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 /  u ��������� f (J ? <-  If  "/:  VO'  ____w _________(^  -ISSTTEID   TV7IOE-A.-^Ar__EE^^--"VV-Ei3D2_rElSID^_"Y'S    ._-_:_>. ID    SA.TTJI^3DA_-2"S-  Vol. II.    No.  89.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3,1898.  $2.00 a  Year in Advance.  WHITE,GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave., KevelstoKc _ ta.  Money to Loan.  W. White,Q.C. J. M.Scott, n....,I.L.II.  F. I_ Ciwilllm.  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitois,   Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Company funds to loan nt 8 per rent.  Ofllces:   Molsons Bank Block.  first Street.   Reyelstoke Station,  B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Praying anddelhery worka. pecla'ty.- Teams  always ready on shortest notice. Contracts for  Jobbing taken. t_8~~~Agent for the "milliard  Oil Company.  DENTISTRY  DR.  EDMONDS,  (Successor to Dr. Math ison.)  Toetb ejetrartod painless.   Demi.try in all its  branches.     Office   over  the   Canada Drug &  Book Co.8' atore.  Haig*  & Crage  .Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  ftevelstoEe  "^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  YOU ���������SHOULD   READ  _?  THIS AD NEXT ISSUE  Mrs, M. K. liawson  oilers many articles of particular intercut to the Ladies all week lone bul  FRIDAY  . hM been -.clcct-cri lis Rakg un Pa v.  ���������wlien fi taw spocifll line*! r������rc offer*'-l  at vorv ?\o������r yrivv<t inunlcr lonttrurC  b-tth oM buu new cu-tointr-s to tlif  plore.   Then ������alcs nro j___sun_ il.  thy ouit.  FLftl  M   Si. _  .7>- J!  f  _c'i^-*^P_i  The.' fertilizing power of Ibis preparation is cliti" tn it being ;i woll balanced  mixture of nil thi- ingredients ncoessni y  , for the .iioiiii.-hiiieiit uf cultivjiLcil  plants.    .  Trv it nnil provo for "ye'iur-  'self what a help it will lie-  to you.  CHAS.i.fll  mmm  Is now in order, as thc season  of festivity is drawing  . ^near.  Last jcar we made over 1000 lbs. ol  Xmas cako. This year we nre prepared to double that amount. Over  200 lbs. arc already ordered from us.  We can cater to your requirements  cheaper and better tli_Lii ever before.  Any si:c or nhftpe, ICED and ORNAMENTED, thc best thatachoicest  material and skill can produce, for  only  4������ mmi  PER   Lie  Try our Ontario oi.lcr,���������.������cents per  glass.  Boys'   Sweaters  Tn various colur.s. Rood quality  jusl in. Unil iiiul got ono for  yniii" boys; I boy will appreciate  them this wintor.  Ladies' Scotch  Plaid Gloves  Those Now Knitted Scotch  Plniil Gloves nri! tho vory latest  ort, :inel nn: now epiito the  thing worn by tlio Ladiea-of  Kiistoi'ii Oilios. Tlioso Gloves  aro pretty, -serviceable nntl up->.  * tn-iliilo. Ladies c-iill .-tiu~.~i.ee  lltoin.  Men's, Women's.  and Childrens  Gloves and  Mitts  We hnvo just received n laiKO  .���������issortiiient���������in fact xxo believe  wo have llio best lino in llevelstoke. Prices in ac-coiel willi  tlu.'iji-.itliry.  Childrens  and Ladies  Tarn O'Slianters  A Splendid l_iiic. quite appropriate for this season of the  vein-���������.-it Moderate Prices.  epartniental  Jack frost  is beginning to slnlk" about shivering tin; limbs and chat tei ing I he  tcolli ot tbo boys who aro not.  covered with a. warm overcoat.  "Keep the  boys warm  Is  your  boy ono  of (hnso  who  - snlrer from the cold.    "Poor little  follow.*"      Why    should   this     be  necessary when yon ran ������o cheaply  i purchase   from   us.ji   warm   well  made overcoat.  <oy  Cl'  ay  Fancy  Glasswa  re  Our Stoek of Fancy Glassware  i.s -simply llie easiest place in  town to"select ii HANDSOME  "XMAS GIFT for your friends  .���������mil tbey are noL only pretty  but useful.  Parlor  Lamps  XVis have a few of thi'cio whie-li  we feel certain will sell with-  - out our telling ytm .-ill about "  them. Just eall nml see tbein  nnd pit onr prices irefore purchasing elsewhere. We have  also a good a.-.soi tme'iilof oilier  Lamps wbieli we guarantee  In all other lines  Equally good value is lo bo  found, but in the aliove. we aie  niakingcspocialties this  week.  OUUl  Baker and Confectioner.  Onr Cranberries  Are Keally Nice and will make  Excellent Sauce for your  Xmas Turkey  SEC-UHE-,, THE MATEUIAL  for your 'XMAS CAKE fiom  us.  Reefer coats  Hoys* lilue.Ka;i^ lti.'Vfer..C'o.il._,,  lined wil.l; tweed at %2.tlQ upwards  can be bought hero.  Youths.' illni! Nap .Reefer Coal:-,  well lined, .-b-.es '.ill to ������5 a I '.'UK)  upwards. v 6  s  Girl  Eeeier  .Ine  '">' C3 ~X~t  *��������������� i_> -."i ������JO  Girls' Blue Nap Roofer Coal .,  lined wilh tweed, at. S-.H0 upwards  can bo bought here.  J.7 J. iOi.;'^/  "soys"  Ulsters  .      . ^ "_  Boys' Fi ii'ze Ulstei-s. lined wilh  tweed anerlit ted witb bi-_;ii collars,  at $1.00 unwinds. . "**.  *    .-  Boys' Overcoats  and Snits  All other kinels"of "Roys' Over-  coatri iinel .Suits likewise obtaiunble  at thu ijieat ilep.irttnental store.  Bring your boy  along and let us  lit Iii ii j wilh what  will  please him  ��������� most.  ckinaws  Ask to see tlie famous Carss  Mackinaw Waterproof. Ton cannot tear it. The only Genuine  Mackinaw manufactured in Canada.  A full  range of sizes in slock.  Lost  A Gold Watch and Long Gold (Jhain, alvo  Black Chain. Brine to Oat above Mhs. -M.K.  -JLawbon's Store. Third Street, and receive  reward.  Shaft Miners Wanted  Tangier Sine. Limited, Albert fanvon, P.i'..  requires Immediately t_cbt ccod slmlt miner:,.  \Vae;cB VI60 per day; boar. .7.00 per week;  eight hour Pblft-".  Wanted  FtuBhrnen. Loercra, 'Teamsters and Tie  Hikers.   Apply to .'. GENELLE, Ku&lt, B.C.  &Co.  WIIOUSSALE    AND    RETAIL  G ENEHAL MERCHANTS  Make a note  of this  Extraoidiu.iry values Uirougii-  out the store, not in one department only, hut in every department will await visitors. All  worthy iind seasonable goods and  no matter bow unall tbe pi ice  tliere is an- absence of lhe cheap  and.lr.ishy.  Evei ytbing exactly as represented beic. If not money will be  cheerfully refunded.  4a~~--*f'-il^r'3c~s Carefully filled..^3  TIIE FARWELL SYNDICATE  As tin: your 1808 draws  to  its close,  tho  time  of  grace   allowed   to   A. .S.  Farwell tu close with the oiler  of  the  Government and lake  a   fresh   patent  for what is left eif bis  original grim I. is  expiiing willi it.    Unless be. eir rather  tho syndicate  of  land speculalois   of  which lie forms lh_ figure liend.   crawl  down  from  the  peich   by   December  Slsl.   Iheir  (own.sile   will   go   lo   llio  Dominion Government.     This  is cer-  lainly ;i consummation devoutly to lie  wished, bub it  is  scarcely likely  lhal  tho  syndicate  will   really  allow  the  property lo slip  through  Iheir  hands  in  this  fashion.      Wliat Iheir reason  can be for putting oil' the inevitable to  lhe very last month   it  is  idle  to   in-  ipiirp.     Thore bus been neither rhyme  nor reasotr-in  their  handling  of  Ihi"  lowiisile   from   the   very    start.      it  might have made the original   owners  ti small fortune bad  it been   managed  oil the most elementary  principles of  couiinoii sense, .anel at llio Siiiue time  as nice a   town   as   thei0   is   British  Golimilii.i would   have li.-en   built  up  al, this point.    Instead of tlicit through  sheer obstinacy",   they   have,  hud   lho  sal i..f action tof seeing tliu best  part of  the townsito slip tin ough Iheir (infers,  while the town   has run   out  of  itself  into stringers.    A greater liot.cb  of  .-is  sure a proposition in Uie townsite line  is not tn be found in Britifh Columbia.  The  HKit.M.o  hopes that lbe  Government will  shew  lhe.se speculators  no weak   minded   mercy,   but  tlmt  if  they really do fail Income to  lime  by  llie last day ofl803, .lbe Depaitmont of  lhe.     Interior   will - at   once    assume  posssssfoii and plaie-the  property  on'  lhe market.      Some of the very nicest  lots in llevelstoke tire  now   lying  un-  pi-ctipiod   because  these  people   have  clioacii to delay ringing with the terms  ofi'eitfd   tbem   until     the     very    but  inotiient.     They might,h.ivo heen sold  ���������1 dozen I imps over.    Tnthe  meantime  the progress of the town bas been just  so much delayed.   The syndicate have  never done   a   thing   for   li?.velstoke.  They b.1 vc always 1 efused to  spend   a  dollar to lielp out .my   project  for I he  good of llio town.     Tt would  only be  I he-bat-_'_-ji!Sl:.C"u-if-tho>vware- to-losc  their piopeify  in  it, tlieir rights to  which nre  not   bie-ed   on   nny   re.tlly  recogniz.-ililo   i;rinciple'. '^ Tliey1" have  not ii shadow of a claim  to   leniency.  The     Hi-ltALD   sincerely   hopcsj that  they wiil let the last day of grace slip  by   and   that    tiie   Government   will  forthwith t"il:e pii.sj~er.sion of the property.   ISuch a coiir.-o will be immensely  to the honclit of lhe  town anel everybody in it.  Uiiloilunately this event i������ .sraieoly  likely, to happen.. However, if the  syndicate do gel a. fresh patent it  should be 011 the distinct understanding that, they pl.ice thc property on  the market on reasonable terms  im mediately. Tliey are just tbe kind  of people to go on keeping it Inched up  in the hopes of a rise, in values. It,  should bo placed nut of their power lo  do Ibis. Every dollar they will make  out of it will be just the same to them  as if they bad picked it .up on the  road. And lhey should bo forced to  he content with the rates obtaining in  the other townsilcsat present, which  are entile high enough. The IIeijalo  hopes that this is a matter which will  he looked to by the department before giving the; syndicate a fresh  "patent. They have done enough  mischief here. Tt should ho put ont of  their power to do more.  ST. ANDREW'S HONORED  OUR REVELSTOKE SCOTCHMEN  CELEBRATE IN GOOD STYLE  SEVENTY GUESTS  SAT  DOWN  To the Iiir-ugural Supper of t'13 St.  Andrew's and Caledonian Socioty Held  in the Union Hotel Last Wednesday  Evening;���������A Scotch Bill of Fare.���������  Haggis   and   Other   National   Dishes  This year for the first time in the  history of Hevelsloke tlie Hctili-hincn  of lhis placei have fallen into" line with  Iheir compatriots all over lhc world  and have gathered together on St.  Andrew's Day to ilo'-'tionnr to their  patron saint, the legendary evangelist  of U.iledonia. and to all tlie memories  and assoeiations which Heolli.-h patriotism has p~.it hered runnel his  name.  All ovor the world l.isl, Wednesday  social gatherings weio being held anil  the toasts of the old Uud were drunk  and lhu kindly eoiiiuieninratieiii celebrated. At the Union hotel -nearly  seventy guests sat down.- boing the  members of lhe newly formed Si.  Andrew's and Caledonian Society and  Iheir fiiends lo an excellent, .supper.  The spread was most .elaborate and  diel great, credit to tlie resources'of  lhat poptilarhoii.su. Mr. W. Lawrence  tho president of the society presided  over Die least. Tiie following was the  bill-of-late:       ���������'     .  After lhc good tilings bad  been   disposed of   an   excellent   programme  of  speeches and   snugs   was   commenced,  starting with the loyal tc~.-"t.  Till-: Ql.'Kl.N  Jvoi-.p M im Por"������e\  Army and Xnvy���������l.e-poniicd to by If. A. Brown  SiraB Guy r.nrbt-r  TI10 I_o__i-lati.ro .    lie.poiitlcl to by J.M. Kellie. M. 1'. P.  .J. 3y_io_.  Souk   The l.iuid 0'Cako-    Kespondeel to by Hona'.d McUoujii'.l  Sonc G,M.Clarke  The l'rofe-sion���������Uc.-ponded to by.I.M. Scot:  Son;i  W'.iJ. Paxton  Hi. A:nli*ev.*'.c 1"ay and Society-.    Kc-powluil to by Hev.. _ r". Fre-.v, oi Nelson  1'res'���������l'.e--poncIed to by 15. R. Atkins    ,   -,"  Aelelre-'i ���������lly   Walter  Scut,   of   llleciilewe.e:  The I.ndie .���������Propou'd 6y Dr". McK.eiiaie    Ilesponded to by W. G-'Vaxton  A vole of thanks was tendered lo'  Mr. II. A. Brown tor tho excellent  dinner provided, iind to Mr. Giave.s  for tbe handsome and appropriate  decoi.itioiisof lhe room. Three cheers  for the president followed', when .-ill  joined hands in singing "Auld' Lang  Syne."  It Wiis well on inlo Thursday morning before lhe party dually dispersed'.  The. llEUALO heipes Unit it will prove  to be the only precur-cr oT if long  series of similar celebi'aliinis. A sue-'  cessl'ul St. Andrew's Society is a good  feature in any placo and an c-xtellotit  symptom of enterprise and prosperity.-  ARE  AFTER   HIS   LIFE  CHOO,* A ROSSLAND CHINAMAN^  I.IARKED  EY HIGHBINDERS  A MOST EXTRAORDINARY CASE-  Caller On  Slice;."  Ctltiseac Ma^i'triiles  'faris o' Oatmeal Cake  >_  Hei.l Brotli  Biled Cod an' I'.nttor Sauce-  . It.igout 0' Venison wi' I'ii.uiint Smicc   ' I.aunib drops an' Green Peas  J"   HAGGIS  . -    " Great Chieftain o''the I'uddiii' Knee."  ������ '  -'IMlod Hoof an' Greens Rhejp's lleid Gr.r.rnishe-1   _~  -���������"���������'-' ���������-- S --     ". *  Dre.'deil Ilubbly -lock -.vi' Cranberry s'auce'       "~ ,  A Itouii' o' Bjef aff nu Ayr-iire Beattie anr Horse Radish"'  Ciianipit Tatics Uilcil Talic>  Sauce I'r.'ie Worco-iie  Kail Olives Jtlst Tickle  Tomato KaCsup  Lolistcr Salad 11:1' Salad  made o' Chuckl-ic  T'liim Duff v.'i' jlraudy _~.iuce  Snaw l'.-'.sp an' Leraon  Groshart Tains  Jielioj  Diiiilip Chec-e  Pear."  Choice Straes  linked i'ruil Cuke-,  i.rap.i.s  Cornicubis  Apples  Oranges  Short. DmJ  Xits  Tho following telegrams of_ greetings from ���������Vancouver, Kamlotips and  llakyon Hot Springs wore received  by President"L'awrence:  Vancouver. Nov. HOtb.  To President of St. Andrew's Society,  llevelstoke,  <i  Kerie. crie, unco' dreary,  Snookin' in I he snaw:  Hone ye hue tiie pipes lo cheer ye.  Lads- an' lassies braw.  .). .lni:xsT!i:."K, Pies.  Kamloops, BIO.. Nov. :Olb.  To  PresiileiiC St.   Andrew's   Society,  llevelstoke,  *  Jl-iy guid cheer be all yet-s this nicli',;  Vor  Uaggis  gran  an'  v-r  whi.-kev  ticht.       -* ,  Pros. St. A ml row's Society.  Halcyon. Nov. 'Ti).  To President 01 St. Andrew's  Societv.  llevelstoke.    - *  The St. Andrew's Association of  Halcyon Springs send* iheir congra-  ttil.ilions, .-ind wi: ipi.tlfo lhe Saint's  hcilth atid yours in llalcvon waQsr  and somethii.g else.  ,, McN.VL-fiHT.  He Was to Have Arrived in Vancouver  To-Day, But He Failed to Appear���������  Rev". Mr. McLaren and tlie Police  Asked to Look After Him���������He Subscribed to lhe Presbyterian  Church.  To be a marked m.iu among the'"  Chinese society of highbinders known'  a.s the Che Kuiig Tung is a elisliiuiiioii  -nliruly unsouiiht bv lho nerviest  Chinaman or. either side of the brd.id  Pacific, and the nioie promini-nt .-iiii.in'  be the moie.pioiiahlii ic is that be 'v. ill  come beneath the displeasure of the  siiuictv if he does not readily become'  ilif ������l:t vc-; ,    -  A case which has beeifexciling some'  interest   in   the   upper   country,   bub  which   has   never   been   made  public  11nrilr.ow.isthat.it Chinaman  named  L. J".   Choo," who. has   been   living   in*  llossbtnd for some time past.     Choo is'    ,  wealthy   and  seeking  In   add   to  h.s"  wealth he lias been acting ns a inonev-  londer among hi.- compatriot:..    Whi.e^  'living in Tlos.sli.nii he h--is made   many"  rrieiuls ariiong  the  while  people and  lias been  a' liberal   subscriber  lo  the.-  fiinds eif the   Presbyterian  church,   of  wliich Rev. Mr. Gaudier is pastor. - .   >  ;   Needless to say tbaL these" subse'rip--  tions have., become a'matter of'.com- ~  meiit   among     tbe   Chinese.      Choo's*  intimacy "with   the   whitei,   has" also'  been marked  down -against bim," bub    ^  the crisis came a few weeks ago -when,  lie wont out to  collect  sc.n'ie   of. the'-  nioney.due bim.    .    , .- . " ���������"  Ito clid not gel-it.-   .Tust what he did  get was such a-' flight  iliac he found'  Rossland. and in fact tbe whole Koote;'  nay country, loo warm too   hold  hiin...  Ho returned ami told Rev. Mi-. Gaudier '  lhat his li.E.e was -in  danger  from ..the,  highbiudei-s and that   lie "would" ha ve'  10 leave   at once., ,The   man's .terror  was  real   and   be. appeared , to  have  been warned by'sonic' one who  knew ,  about what ho was talking. ,'     -  " ���������  -^  .  He intide up his  mind lo'leave   for"  "Vancouver at once,   though  be  knew  :co .iv'.; Ll.r.";V.-h-6fi"ofiN?l".Te'"CiieKun-_{-~  Toiifj niiirks a mini it is no easy matter  lo get- from heyonebita deadlv  cliitcb.  Mr. -Grandier   wrote    to -Rev. "'Mr."_,  jMc-Laj-en.' of this city, thai  .1. L. Choo "  would   arrive   tcj.laj-.oii   the  express  from   the "east.    He'-'staled  the*fiic;t'~  of the case and'asked   Mr.   McLaren"  lo have a p'olireijian 'nieet tho  terror-  stricken Chinaman .if the station.  ���������   " He is certain Ihnt.llie  higbbindeis  will  make   away   with-him, if   they  catch him," wrote"Mr. Gaudier.  Mr. McLaren' brought the  maltei to"  tiie attention of the chief of police and  Policeman   Mulherh"  was  detailed   to"'  attend    Mr~   McLaren    at   the   train.*  There was a   big crowd  of Chinamen  at the station, but a.nonc:  the  several  that alighted   fiom'". the   liain   none  seemeel 10 be  pail.iculiiiTy  in  need 1 of  police protection..   At  anv  rate .Choo"  ���������did-novmake-himself-know:  It i? pos-iblo thatbe did 'not eonie.  bnt it is eqiially-' possihlo. that'- the  h ich binders inan.iged to lie;ul off their  victim .ind that. Choo's debtors in the-  Koolenay country will worry no more'  about, the'bolder of" their, paper.���������'  ".Province.      - *  WRECK   OF   THE  AINSWORTH  Mr.  HARRY LINDLEY GO.     .  Witl Open Tapping's New Opera Hcuse  011 Monday Evening  The Harry Lindley Co. coinin'ence! a  week's engagement here on Monday  night in Tapping's new Opera House.  Mr. Tapping is pushing lhe work to  completion with great vigor, and  although it will not be finished in  time for the otieiiiiig night, yet he  will have it burly i-oiiitortable. In  regard to tho poi forn.anc-es of the  company, tbey aio too well known  and popular in lli-velslcike to need  special mention. I limy Lindley is a  household woi J here and that bumper  bouses will be the order next week  theie is not,the least doubt. Arr,ili-na-  Pogue. nn Iii~.ii five-act comedy drama  will be tbe bii 1-of-fare for the opening.  A List of the   Men   Drowned���������Ait   Ex-  Winn.peggcr One of thc Crew  Later corroborative details of lhe  wreck of tbo si earner Ainsworth on  Keiotenay Lake, from Nek.on, have  arrived as follows:  Thn   Ainsworth,   a   small    steamer  plyiiigbetweeii  Nelson  and   Bonner's  Ferry was wrecked on Tuesday cbulng  a storm on Kootenay Lako, six of  her | tion to   two  niembc-rs   of   the   house.  crew     and     three    passengers   being j M'"-   Rohoi tpon  Ihe-n-foic"   handed  bis  drowned.    The Ainsworth left  Nelson   ^i?"'!,'!?,-'   *Uri^lV    ���������***.  an<31  HeiiticKe'u   on   J ii.'sel.iy   e'verimg.   anel  they hatl the; regislr.u-'of lbe Siipteme  Court issue lhe necessary warrant  declaring the seat vacant. "The nomination in Alberr.i Likes place on  December l">. Tiieie are prospects of  .1 e ontesl.��������� Ciilou'tsl.  HEWS OF THE LARDEAU    '  Items of Mining. Personal and   Genera!  Interest from the Topic  Tb" Ethel is looking very well now  and nice streaks of  oie are "visible  in"  both the upper and lower tunnels.  Geo. B. B.itl'.o was- elown   fiom  Fci-*  gnson on .Monday last.    His  trip   "..is"    v - ; in cenni-'ction with his new position as  Robertson,      P.fembcr-Elect     for   postmaster of Ferguson. *    ,*���������  - The Silver Cup never  looked   belter"  than it does at present nnd'.t is  hoped ������  tliat befoie  long a   full crew   will   be'p  working on this pr'opeily.       ' '  The Tniv'-i'v isMonking liottor than  ev.'i* iind" a   finthei"' eMen������ioii   of   the'  work will   be  niidertakeu   by   Messrs.  Aiipicost and Eetgeison right away.  ANOTHER VACANCY  The Ains-.vorlh left Nelson  cm Tuesday evening on her regular  ti ip, and when about six miles south  of Pilot Bay and two and a half miles  from shore during a heavy sea, .she  was struck by a stpinll and ceiiiiiiienced  taking iii water. The captain headed  hor for sboi e. but she reeled over on  lier side, filling immediately. The  passengers drowned wei" GhaiTes  Campbell, 11 merchant of Kuskonook.  two Italians, of Kuskonook. Capt.  Lean, First Engineer Kane and .1.  Doniiolly. a dock hand, reached shoic;  iu a life boal. The balance: of the  ciew whose names aie as follows,  weie dio������ nod: Perry, mate; James  Mite-hell, fireman: .Tohn Gin n.steward;  Joseph D.-ivi.. deck hand: C. Hume,  cook: and the see ond engineer, v. hose  name cannot be learned'at piesent.  The AinsivorlTi was owned hy Ur.iden  Brotheis, of tho Pilot Bay smeller.  A  "VINNJPEGGI'lt  WlxxiPKO. Nov. 30.���������John Gnrn.  steward of the wrecked steamer Ainsworth. who was drowned in Kootenay  Lake was for many years a resident of  Winnipeg, having conducted the  Bellevn'c hotel in the "eighties."  Cowicb.tn, Tenders His Resignation  William 11. lloh.-i t--*oti. uienibc:'-  elecl for Ci-wk-hau. hns re-signed Ids  seat in the piovinc-.il legislature, his  li'i'soiis boing tlie sumo as those which  prompted Mr. Neill to !"linr[nish the  se'.it for Albot-ni. Like Mr. >.'eill. Mr.  Itobeitson will iiK.iin  be a   candiefalo.  I Xo. speaker having  yet   l>_ en   elected.  lit was necessaiv lo hand  tbe  resign.i-  Bou^ht the Wheie Tos-rnsit.  This week, says tbe Nelson Tribune,  one of the l.irgesl deal- ever consummated in soulliei-ii Biitish Columbia  was cli'sed. By the ternls of the purchase the original townsite of tlie.city  of Grand Forks, the north addition  containing some 2U>_) acres, and the  Buckles addition, to the east of the  ���������jrigin.-il townsite. containing GO aciec-'.  and 132 acres of unplatted land lying  to the south of the town, but inside the  city limits, owned by John A. M.-.nley.  becomes tlio the pi operl y of an eastern syndic-ale. The syndic ate is lepie-  senteil by Itic__i.li"'! Armstrong,  piesident of the Grand Forks board of  tiiiele. tinel   J.   B.   McArthur.   Q.   C.  A HORRIBLE CRIME-  A V/oxar. Murdered by Her  Pa'ramoui'  ���������   *   "     Wednesday Night  The usual quiet  littlo city   of   New  Westminster   was  Wi dne-e!.iy   night  the scene of a brutal murder  of .1 tvpe  very much liko  that  of Jark-lbe-Hip-'  per!    It was about S o'clock   that   the  fir-l  news'of   the     tragedy   reaclied *  Vancouver, the murder   having  taken  .place .111 hour before. -The victim was  a wo'tnan known as Jennie Rogeis.  an  inmate ot a boufe ot  ill ...me.   who   is  well kno-cvii to  tbe Vancouver  police,-  and her murderer was Donald   Pei-iei.  or Perry,   the name   ho   went   by  in'  Vancouver.���������World.  A Nicht -wi' Burns  Tri" St. Andrew's and Caledonian'  Soti"ty e-f llevelstoke tit their monthly  mei'lii-.g last night"ai ranged to give -a-  concert of Scottish song, on 35th Jan-  :i.u*y next, to' teli-brale llie. 149ih*  iiunivei-sary of tlie1 liii-lh of their  natic::"ial b.u-.l.    Looking tb  the gieat  . =ucce=s of the society's dinner on St.  president of the board of liade of! Andiew's d:iy. il-is safe to predict  Itd-slar.d. lhe purchase price nf th* j that���������lh_ :r second venture will l.u.k,  above propel ties aggregated $94.00(1,1 among tbe events of the sfaseai. Full'  ar.d was a. strictly cash-deal:- I particulars will !>__: iir.nouticed l_te~-. Revelstoke  Herald  Publ___*~, in Interests ol  Krralttoke, lardean. Big Bend, Trout Lake  UleeallaWMt, Albert C injon; Jordan  Pita ������nd Eagle Fa ia Llitrlota.  A JOHHSOH.  , .Proprlet  A B-ml-WceklT Journal. published ln the  taW-������eu at RavelsUke "and tbe surrounding  district. Wodneadaja and Saturdayb, making  ileum connection* with all trains.  A������T-rt__lnit Rates:   JMeplar ads, $1,150 per  <_lumn Inch, floe per Inch whonlnsertedon title  ' vaca-   Local ads.. Uc par (nonpareil) lino for  irat lnaerlloo; 80 fo. eaoh additional Insertion.  Ila-dlng uoticc*. ISO per line each lusuo. Birth,  __-._���������!*������o aud DcathBotloee, free.  Subscription Ilatea: - By mall or carrier. 82.00  . per annum *, 91,"UI for six months, strictly In  Our Job Department: 7n_ H-RALD Job  Department la on*-of 'the beat equippod  printing oi-cea In West Kootenay, and lo pro-  pared I* exeoul* all kinds of printing in first  - dais _iTle at hon_<H prices Ono prloo to all.  ho Jab too large���������non* too small���������forua. Mail  ' order* prompur attendod to. Qlve us a trial  ������n'7onr noil order. -' >  To Correspondent*: We int oirrospond-  _������<_. oa any subject ot Interest to the general  public, and desire a rollahli regular oi-"*-  pendent in - everv locali' surrounding  fievelstoke. In all casos the bona flde name  ���������of tha writer i-uelacoompany manuscript, but  aol neooaaarlly for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  . .Revelstoke,    . C  H8TICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  REMINISCENCE,  t lie In my liniiiiiioclc and Idly dream  While the moon looks down through tho alder  tree.-',  Mid thc sweet perfume, this night in June,  Of the honeysuckle upon tho breeze.  I. All correspondence must bo legibly  - written on one side of the papor only.  1. -orreaponddnce containinK personal  ,������*_lt������r mnst be signed with l_s> pr per namo  , ef ths writer. ...  '   t. lorrespondonce   -with  roference   to  any  Iking that has  appeared in  another   paper  muat flxet bo offered for publication to that  -paper before It can appear in Thk Hbkai.p.  SATURDAY,  DECEMBER  1898.  :    MORE HOOLEY   REVELATIONS  There were again some lively revelations   ln  the  bankruptcy  court    in  connexion with Mr. Hooley's re-exam-  -linatlon.  "He has been throwing a few  more  bomb-shells  amongst  the   elect  -of politics  and  society.        He  states  -that he' paid a commission-of ������20,000  to' Sir-Win. Marriott in order to bring  In "Sir W. Pease & company to join the  Ordnance company.   -He also said he  sold   Sir  B.   Maple  20,000   shares  for  .������10,000   but  he  was. obliged   to   buy  them back,as Sir Blimdell threatened  .that If-they .were not taken  back at  th������ price he would expose the transaction:; His introduction  to  the  Carlton  club throws  an 'interesting light  dn the v~ay6 of some present day poll-  , tlcians,- and unless his assertions can  be'dlBpro'ved there will be a pretty little row In Pall MallX  The Carlton Is  'noted for Its exclusivenes's.    It holds  ' it'held* very-high" up among the West  End   clubs,  and   spares   no  pains   to  .convince   the   vulgar   world   that   its  respectability is Ijeyejnd suspicion. Mr.  Hooley's   little   story- of   the  circum-  "stances under which he secured a passage   through   the   jealously   guarded  portals  is  as follows:       He declares  .that he paid, the.'siims of ������5,000 cash  to.the funds of the" Conservative party  and a Bum of '������1000 to Sir'W. Marriott  for introducing him to the club.    The  second ������500.0 was'paid because a number of the members grumbled that the  Brst  ������5000 was not enough, and that  -Mr.  Hooley had: in  fact promised  to  contribute" ������10,000.   This   is   another  side  light arising  out of  the  career  ef this professional company promoter,  who.  according to  his own  showing,  has been bled freely by a large numbsr  .of-highly respectable people.  The passion of making money without earning it comes out strongly in  'the modern system of company promoting. "I have before nie," says an  English correspondent, "the prospectuses of 470 companies, all issued within the last 20 years; .nine-tenths of  them have come .to grief and been  wound up or silently allowed to collapse."  Punch's examination papers for promoters set in 1S75 will be read with  Interest  now  that we  are  following  ���������-the��������� Hooley-case It-contained���������four-  simple questions:  1. How many times have you been  a bankrupt?  2. Do you thoroughly understand  the various ways of evading payment  _ of a county court, summons?  3. Show to the satisfaction ot the  examiners that 2 and 3 amount to 27.  .,. Given a financial emergency,  describe on the map the shortest and  most secret route to Spain,  To bring the paper'up to date a few  questions touching the .quotation for  peer directors might ba added.  A Vary Necessary Adjunct: to tlie Modern  Man-of-war.  If Paul Jones in ghostly Ruiso wanders around the warships of our now  nuvy, ho must seo many surprising 11c-  oe-sories to tho fighting and working  forces as organized in his day. Onc  Kovel nud necessary addition to tho crow  ef a warship of tho present time is tho  submarine diver. The importance of  this individual to tho welfare of a warship has been amply shown during the  recent operations against the Spanish  fleets. Speed has boon the most important point in tho maneuvering during  tho opening events of tho war, and this  has rendered it necessary for our ship.)  to bo iu the best possiblo trim for fast  ���������work, as, owing to tho lack of drydocks  to enable us to clean the foul bottoms  of our vessels when thoy como off a long  voyago, it has beeu necessary to senel  divers down to do the work as best tbey  could. '  It has not beon dono well, but it has  been the best kind of substitute thnt  could be found for tho proper article.  Tho submarine divers aro ablo only to  scrapo away the barnacles and seaweed,  nnel even then they are so handienpped  by tho heaviness and unhandiness of  their dress that it is impossiblo to do  tho work in any bnt a clumsy and incomplete way.  But, good or bad, tho diver has be-  como a necessary part of the ship's  crow. Many warships carry one or more  trained divers. Ho must be possessed of  an exceptionally strong constitution,  and, abovo all, -without the slightest  tendency to any heart woakness.  Every foot tho diver descends tlie  greater, of courso, becomes tho pressure,  and at the deepest descent niadc���������namely, 200 feet���������tho pressure is as much as  88 pounds to tho squnre inch. It is,  however," only rarely that it is necessary to go to such depths as this, but  even working in shallow water most  men Buffer very Heverely at first and  .emerge from their diving suit with  racking head nud blooding from lhe  nose and cars. In truth, overy time he  descends the diver takes his lifo in his  hand, for anything going wrong with  tho air supplying gear would placo him  in a very hopeless position.  Tho diving .apparatus in uso in our  nuvy is 11 costly affair. The niothod of  its working is simple!. Along coil of  tubing supplies the diver with oxygen,  and by means of a coil of ropo attached  to his person he cun signal by pulls to  tho surface and bo raised when tho  work is dono. To descend the diver has  of courso to bo heavily weighted. Tlm  weights curried ou breast nnd back  weigh some SO pounds, while the heavy  leather boots with their 'leaden solos  weigh another 20 pounds. The weight of  the holmot, which is ingeniously fitted  with valves to allow the vitiated air to  escape, is no less than 40 pounds, and  to thin must bo added tho weight of  the rubber dross itself and tho weigh t  of the heavy undorclothiug worn by the  diver.  He is not a prepossessing sight,  this monster with tho huge headdress  and the.glaring eyes, but his usefulness  is immeasurable���������Philadelphia Times.  The southern wind so softly sighs  As he tcontly wooos the tender loaves  And fondly hopes that love i< blln i  As ho his fiilso vow soTlly briKitlii's  I lio in my liiimnioo- and rundly dreiiui  Of the dny now loin; since passed nway,  When .limes wore i;.ili>n nml henrls woio true  And lifo wis mie briitht summer ilny.  And 1 think of one who wns with nie ilit-ti.  Who wni soul of my soul, ns linie lovcaled,  Although il wus known to lis ni'ilh. r Ihnn,  Hut it left 11 wound th.it hns never henled.  For llie .veins passed on, nnd we drifted apart.  Ju-t how wo neither ever knew,  But tin.- wi- know���������though our lives divide.  Knell heart to tho other is trim.  But ihero comes lo my benrt sueh wild it'Kiet  As I dream of other nights like these.  Of lhe honeysuckle's sweet ppiTmiiu  And the moon's bright face through the alder  trees  ��������� Itos-e Vnnil. Speeco  SHE   FLAGGED  THE TRAIN.  DISCIPLIN6.  Mr. Davin. M.P., 6trongly denies that  he has used or Is, using in his organizing work the methods imputed to  him by the Regina Leader. He says  the Leader and tho Winnipeg Free  Press publish what .is, not true when  they say that ho Is advising people  to employ Only Conservatives as  clerks, etc.  Lord Kitchener is busy in London  arranging for the extension of the  Soudan railway to Kartoum. The  construction of the additional ISO  miles has been decided upon, and tho  orders for the necessary brielges aro  being placed with British .firms. The  whole of them will "be constructed of  wrought Iron. The* longest bridge  spanning the Nile will he at Atbara.  and will bo 1200 feet in length and  there wil ba 60 smaller brldgea.  Speaking at tho banquet to the Lord  Mayor of London on November Sth,  the Marquis of Salisbury In the courso  of his speech ln reply to the toast of  "Her majesty's minister" said: "Let  ns remember that we are a great colonial and maritime power. There have  been fotir or five great maritime powers, but they have always fallen because they had a land frontier by  whleh enemies could approach and  by which their metropolis could be  struck. We hare no such land frontier but if we ever allow our defences  at se_ to fall to such a point of inefficiency that it Is as easy, or nearly  a- easy, to cross the, sea as it is to  eross a land frontier, our great empire.  ..retching to the ends of the earth,  supported by maritime force in every  part of It. will come .clattering to, the  ground, when a blow at the metropolis of England Is struck."  At a recent sale in London the vest  worn by King Charles I at the time  of hi* execution was sold for ������210.  .ts Perfection Shown In Time of Danger  on Board a Mau-of-war.  After lunch, writes Stophen Bonsai, in  McCluro's, as I walked  with an officer  upon tho spar deck  1111 orderly camo up  jnil said just as if ho woro nniiounoln|t  supper or eight bolls, "I havo to report n  Iiro in a coal  bunker."    "All right," replied  the ciJJicor; "will bo  down  iinuie-  iliutoly."    Then, with u parting whiff,' ho  threw nwny his cigar, anel wo wont down  tlio ooinpaniimwny together.  j      Tliere   upon   one  of  tho lower decks a  I sonny, with tho most iiuUzicnl expression  1 uf cariosity upon his face that 1 have ever  seen, stood before a  great dial  liko those  in iim! in   modern hotels, (Iiu indicator of  which puiiiieil steailfnsdy to tliu little face  :if the dial marked "U :'l."  My companion, tho olllcer, went down  .-Hill further into the bowels of the ship,  while I stood with ..sluiiisliiuciit at tlio indicator, with wiiiiili'riiiL'iit, as great, it not  as open mouthed, as iho sentry's. "It's a  wonderful thing, this horo machine," ho  said. '"It kee-ps 1110 nwiiko ot night, it's  <__. ilarn human. It rings up a flro in senno  spooky way, just -ns it you or I might  . touch a bell  anel order up ������i mint julep    Yes, it do, sir."  Tlio Knglneer Wa.   Mad, lint the Woman '      "'hero B 21 was'neither ho nor I know,  Accomplished Her Purpose. | but we ngrcoil in tho hope that tho burn-  i.    YHE. TATTLER.  "Patsy, you arc _20 iiiiiuitcs off today,  nnd bosides ynu lcieik as glum as if you  had hit n sipinw up tho rond. What ninilo  you late!" I inquired tho either day, as I  climbed into lho cab of old 133, which hail  just pulled into tho "Jufl'alo station with  Xo. IW of the West Shore roael.  "I didn't hit a squaw," said thu engineer mrrosely.  "You know that hill just ahead of tho  oui'vo after leaving tho reservation. Well,  No. 10 delayed 1110 at tho junction this  morning, and I had her open wido id  mako the hill without any delay when  what should I seo but two women jumping around liko mad on tho track 11 fuw  hundred yards ahead. One was waving a  red petticoat, and tho other lind a. baiielana  of the same color. I jammed the throttle  down hard, pulled tho lever and whistled  for brakes In a jiffy and then began to  look ahead for a missing rail or a wat>h-  out. I couldn't seo a thing, so as soon as  wo camo to a stop I clambered down to  find out what was tho mutter. What do  you suppose tho idiots wanted? They had  a letter anil two pennies. Tho letter was  for a sweothoart, and they wanted hiin to  get ifc right away. As pa wouldn't drive  over to the village postoflico for a week  they thought I would liko to elo them a  favor. Was I ni'ael? Did I swear? - Well,  you should havo seen mo thero at the bottom of the hill with a heavy train, stuck  for live minutes and thon creeplug on up  like a snail for ten more."  "What about the letter?" 1 Inquired.  "Oh, Mac took it and tho pennies and  said ho'd post ic for theni if they would  promise never to flag another train. Mac  said thoy not only promised, but -ono of  them apologized for having llngged his  train with lier petticoat."���������New York  Commercial Advertiser.  ing.bunkor might bo far from tho magazine's. Thoro was some talk aiiout playing  that number and that letter in tho next  gamo of chance upon which we entered  until gradually tho. consciousness dawned  upon us thut wo wero even at this moment  engaged upon a gaiiieol most serious hazard and that tho cards might go ngainsti us.  I smoked iny cigar for nn hour upon tho  signal towoc, wondering nil tho whilo  how tho invisible Haines wero growing  and whether they were gaining headway,  and so, having given evidence of what I  considered almost Spartan stoicism, I  grabbed the oflicer ns ho caino up from bolow, covered with yonl dust and sweat,  and said with eis cheerful niton as I could  uiustor, ''And how about B 21?"  "Let's go up 011 the bridge; it's cooler  there," wns the only reply vouchsafed. So  we climbed up. to the light ing t ops, I drawing a certain satisfaction from tho thought  tliat if we blow up wo should still be on  top, and never from that day to this hnvo 1  hoard a word of how tho iiro in coal bunker 21 was put out, anil, for all I know, it  may bo burning to this dny.  Fitz-Hush Leo's -Tii her.  Blind and almost helpless as a baby  the mother of General Pitz-Hngh Lee  lives with her sou Dauiel near Fredericks!) iirg.^Va. Though_nearlv_0___y_ear3_  old, fhe is bright and oheerful. Surrounded by descendants who fairly idolize her sho is rapidly nearing tbo dark  river fearless and with childlike confidence. In her youth she was known as  "beautiful Nannie Mason of the island." At Arlington she first met Lieu-  teuaut Sydney Smith Lee, IJ. S. N., a  brother of Robert E. The meeting resulted in courtship and marriage, Goneral JosephE. Johnston being oneof the  groomsmen. Portraits token in thoso  curly days show tbo brido to have had a  lovely, piejunnt face, with rosy cheeks,  brown eyes and clustering brown curls.  When her son ITitz-Hugh became governor of Virginia, she mado her home  with him in Richmond. She was keenly interested in tho political issues of  tho day, hut unfortunately a govern cold  settled in hereyos. Aftor intense suffering, bomo with hor nsnal fortitude, she  submitted to a painful operation,  which, however, failed to givo relief,  and she became totally blind.���������Richmond Times.  Pigs In a Spanish Town.  It is tho pigs that give Pticbla de San-  obria its individuality. The town's main  stroet terraces tip'wnrd, a thoroughfare of  supremo uncvoiiness, and from tho volley  to the ensile door you meot placid recumbent pigs almost at every yard. They liu^  nbout liko tho cats in the Lisbon streets,  and no one interferes. Thoy sic on their  hams iit thc thresholds of thc houses, and  when the whim seizes them stroll into the  dwellings with curious littlo spasmodic  twistlngs ot tho tail. They even climb tho  stairs like tho two legged inmates, nntl  again, when urged by tho whim, take tho  nir on tho agreeable old balconies above.  Thenco from amid hanging creepers and  household crockery, their long, slate blue  snouts peer dovrn upon tho passerby with  a critical air that is curiously offensive.  This, mind you, not in a poor littlu  hamlet like thoso of Connemara, but in  the chief street of n district capital of  Spain, with nn assuming town hall close  to thc swine. The nir here, which ought  to bo as sweet and fresh ns that of Skid-  daw's top, reeks with ordure. In other  Spnnish hamlets one has to say "Hy your  .er.ve-'-'-to-the'bronzcei-porkcrs acd-tlnkii -;r  goats which block the thoroughfare, but  in Pncbla de Snnabria the pigs resent the  hint, that they aro in tho way. It is you  who intrude. Their grunt.**, ranging from  . complaint to challenge, tell you that quito  unmistakably if yon,attempt to stir them  either with your boot or your walking  stick.���������Charles Edwarelcs in Macmillan's  Magazine.  Taken at Her Word.  They had been sitting at opposite ends  of the sofa for a loni; time in silence.  He loved ber madly. ...  But ho feared to "put It to lho touch to  win or lose it all."  Suicide In X"nll  Dres*.  Mrs. Rosser, who has jnsfc snicided  with her husband, the French cyclist,  in Melbourne, prepared herself for tho  great event as carefully as if she had  been dr .suing for a ball. Sho put on her  most effective dress, elaborately curled  and dressed her hair, arranged herself  upon the bed in a graceful pose aud  died with her face set in a pleasant  smile. The writer knows of another  similar instance, but tbe woman iu the  latter case hanged herself in evening  drees, wiHi all her jewelry on and a  touch of carmine on her lips. The average man's vanity is not small, but it, is  a poor passion beside that of tho average  "woman, who would always rather look  well than bo *r,-cll.���������Sydney Bulletin.  -Cndnrance of Vnfetarlnnn.  Vegetarianism has achieved a triumph  in Prussia. Twenty-two men undertook  to walk 70 miles in IS bourn. Six of  them were vegetarians, and they alone  accomplished the tank. Only ono of the  meat eaters got over more than half tho  course. Tho first man who arrived in  splendid condition, with nearly four  hours to sparo, was sent for by tho war  minister, who is said to be much interested in the result. Does this foreshadow,  one is inclined to ask, an imperial edict  forbidding the use of meat in the army?  ���������London Globe. 1  Repairing Clocks.  " "Watch repairers have a horror of, touching a clock thut hns beon tinkered by amateurs," explained n watch repairer lo a reporter, "and thoy would rather get out of  such a job if they can do so, for the loss of  ono of tho smallest parts means considerable work to reproduce it.'and much more  work than lho general customer expects  or wants to pay for. Tliey try to got rid  of such a job when they can, for in nine  casos out of ten tho result is not.ontlrely  satisfactory. Peoplo who havo a good  clock, unless thoy know something about  tlio way clocks are made and how thoy  should be taken apart, will do tho wise  thing to let it ulone whon lt gets out of  order. Experiment ing with it often  means the ruin of tho clock. It is absolutely dangerous to try to unwind a mainspring, as men have discovered for themselves, unless tho proper tools are handy.  Now, 11 clock repairer has a contrivance  known us 11 spring coutrollor, which grasps  the. spring and holds it whilo being taken  out or put into tho clock, so that there is  no danger.' The spring for an eight day  clock is often two yards long, and when  suddenly let frco it flies out with nearly  tho force of a charge of shot from a, gun.���������  Washington Star.  The Best Farts of iamb or Mutton.  In buying lamb or mutton you may  chooso the saddle or tho wholo hind quarter, thc leg, loin or shoulder. Tho sadcllo  is roasted, the leg Is roasted or boiled, tho  loin is roasted or cut into chops nnel tho  shoulder is roasted. Tho hind quarter  costs more than the fore quarter, but the  shoulder piece, boned and stuffed, makes a  very nice and inexpensive roast. Tho  shoulder and nock piece oro nlso used for  Iamb stews and fricassees.  _.. Chops, arc cut In two .ways���������thero aro  tHiTlong ��������� chops and tho sfiort chops. Tho  long chops have the flank end left on,  while in tho short chops tho flank is cut off  and only tho loin part used. The long  chops cost less by ths pound, but really  are not so cheap, sinco tho Hank piece adds  ->to the weight without giving any moro  eatable meat. Tt takes so much moro to  make tbe amount needed for family uso  that in the end it really costs moro than  the lesser number of pounds of short chops  at the larger prioe.���������Sollio Joy Whito in  Woman's Homo Companion.  H_BildontR ot Bellows .Falls, Vt., hare  been much amused lately to seo Mrs. Hotty  Groon walking the streets leading a tiny  Skyo terrier that weighs but threo pounds.  Mrs. Kmmons Blaino's gift of ������2r.0,000  to the University of Chicago to ostnbllsh a  collego for tenchorB will bo put to uso nt  onco, nnd tho now dopartmont will bo  opened Oct. 1.  Miss Edith-Shaw, who was coninils-  lioned by tho Toronto common council to  prepnro tho resolution of coudolcnco to th.  widow of tho lato V*. JS. Gladstone, has  complotecl hor work. _  Mrs. Kathleen Blako W'alkins, who wns  married In Washington tho other day to  ])r. Theodore Coleman, is better known to  newspaper renders ns Kit, tho wom'nn  who reported tho wnr for a Toronto paper.  Mrs. Whitman of Boston has contributed n beautiful piece eif woman's work in  tho Greek window lately put up in the  Harvard Memorial hall. Tho window Is  largo and has beon placed opposito tho  main entrance of tho hall.  Klilrcss Dorothy Burgln, whoso death  was rccontly announced from Concord, N.  H., was probably tho most widely known  Shaker among the 18 soc.lotios in America,  tihe camo .to the 'Shakers at Canterbury  when she was only 8 years old.  Mrs. Clara P. Bourlor.el has been elected  president of tlio Woman's club of Peoria,  Ills., for the fourteenth time. 'Pho also received a club pin sot with diamonds, n gift  from tho members, in appreciation of her  faithful service ns their prosldont.  Mrs. E. Spencer Lnrgoof Tokyo, Japan,  hnR been appointed hy tho world's executive coiiuui'-ec of tho Woman's Christian  Temperance union ns a rositlcnt missionary. Mrs.. Largo is tho wifo of tho Kev.  1. A. Largo, who was murdered ln Japan  In 1890.  * Following tho oxaniplo of daughters of  several othor prominent military and naval  officers, Miss Lillian Your.g, daughter of  n Santiago hero, General S. B. M. Young,  has turned to tho stngo ns a profession and  will soon appear at ono of tho San Francisco thoator..  Mrs. Maria Lano of Napavlno, Wash.,  who wns fatally injured in an accident in  that town recently, wns one of tho stnte's  pioneers nnel hnd written a story of her life  which wiis said to have contained a valuable history'of Lewis "county, but when'  her homo was elostroycel by llro not long  ngo tho manuscript wns burnod with it.  Mrs. Mnry Boullut, wlfo of Captain  Do-Hut, a bootbullilor of Now Orleans,  has passed a brilliant examination ns a  steamboat pilot, and is a member of the  A-iioricnn Association of Mnstcrs and Pilots, having been admitted unanimously  on a high rating as to knowlcelgo and  bravery. Mrs. Doullut has been inarrlod  14 years, and most of that timo has been  spent with her husband on tho water.  RECENT INVENTIONS.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Aot of Parliament lgfifi  Paid up Capital    ���������  Rest Fuqd   ������  Head Offloe-  $2,000,000  -    1,500,000  -Montreal  BOARD OF DIRHOTORS  W .Molson Macpherson. President  8. H. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbab  Samuel Finley   J, P. Cleghorn  li. Marklaud Molson  P. TVolferstan Thomas, Gen, Manngi-i  A. D. Dtirnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant fnspectoi  T.iu bank receives on favourabi,  ter as the accounts of individuals, firms  ba ikers and municipal and oth-.  co -porations.  Interest allowed on deposits n  current rates.  -KnRlish and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates'  BRANCHES :  Ottawa, Out.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Ridgclo.vn, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Oi_t  Sorel, P. Q.  St.'Thomas,;Out.  Toronto, Ont.  TcrontoJunc'n.Om  Trenton, Out.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock.Ont  Winnipeg, 'Man  Vancouver, B, O.  Revelsloke," B. O.  C.     Quebec.  Revelstoke" BraiicfiT '  J. D. MOLSON, -Manager  IMPERIAL BANK  OF 0ANADA  Head Oflice,  Paid Up Capital  Reserve    -   -   -  Toponto  $2,000,000  -   1.200,000  Directors: -  H. S. Howland,  President  T.R.Morritt, Vice Pros., (St .Catharine.*  William BniUHiiv, B->beit .Tuffi-ay,  HiighRyn.il,   T.   Sutherland   Stov.ier  _ Elias Rogers.  D. R, W'lfci". (ieui.������l Manager,"  Bmnohoa  North Wes", and British Columbia.  Secondhand Wagon Wheels.  Among the great varioty of things sold  Bo had come with tho Intention of learn- 1 at "secondhand    iiro   wagon   nnd* truck  pro-  Ini? tho worst.  Or the host.  Hut her manner wns cool, reserved  occupied.  Would it not bo better to go nwny now  and await a moro propitious timo rather  1 linn to hazard nil on too precipitous notion now?  Xo!    Xow or never!  With ono dexterous slide he was closely  by her side; hta arm slid round her willowy waist.  ".Stay!" sho cried.  "Thank you, I will," the youth replied,  nnd the either arm slid round tho other  way.���������Criterion.  An Amiable Younjr Man.  "Mamma," snid MI __. Xqrthside, "I nm  quito certain that Mr. Ksplnnndo means  business."  "Wha'j makes you so certain?" asked  Sirs. Xorl.liside.  "lie's trrinf; so hard to placate papa.  Papa told hhn tha' his wheel wns n butter  make than Mr. l-^planatle's, nnel Mr.  Ksplann.e meekly 1agreed that it was."���������  Pittsburg Chronicle.  Costly Launching.  Thn total cost of launching n, modern  battleship often amounts to over $10'000.  About flvo tons of Kussi.-in tallow and over  n ton* of oil nud soft soap aro used in  greasing the ways���������that U. the slip clown  which tho cradle in which tho vessel is  placed glides into tho sen.  Truth Is the object, ot our understanding ns good Is of onr will, and tlio understanding can no moro he delighted with a  lio than tlio will can chooso an upparciit,  evil.���������Dryelcn.  wheeli. Wheels becomo secondhand from  various causes. A concern running fine  wagons kept always in perfect ordor would  "discard a wheel thnt wni marred, though  it might still be serviceable and replace it  with a new onc. The olel wheel would bo  bought hy somebody having a wagon re-  palretl and neadinir ������ wheel to replace ono  broken and wanting It cheap. I'ho secondhand wheel costs litOo, very much less  th.-.n a new whc-1. It may be possible to  put a secondhand wheel of the same color  as tho other threo or very closo to it, so  that, it matches well onough, but men  have lyon known to take for the same end  of u wagon two wheels of different colors  and different heights.  When finally worn out, the old wagon  wheels nnd truck wheels ore broken up.  The wood Jj used for burning and the axle  boxes and tires go to tho scrap heap.���������Xew  York Sun.  TI11 Icelanders' Language.  How strung* it would scern to us today  If th .re ox is tod, say in Newfoundland, n  colony of Anglo-Saxon*, sent thero by  Kinjr Alfred, anel wpcaking still tho puro  olel Saxon tonguo of King Alfred's Wesscxl  Yot this would exactly parallol tho case of  Iceland. .Vhilo Dunes and Swodes hovn  modernized thc ancient .Scandinavian of  the Sagas Into the Danish nnd Swedish of  tho present day tho Icelanders still go on  speaking the tongue of tlieir forefathers  pretty much as il; wos spoken by,Rolf tho  (tungor anel Harold Hnrdrneln. -They road  tho Sagas in tlm tongue of the old sin gem  as cnilly 113 our children can read Shako-  spcni'o and tho Knglish Bible.���������Offtnl Allen in Popular Scioncc.  Horatlus never defended the bridge.  The story was manufactured by tho sunn  gifted author who gavo tho world the ac  count of Sc.icvola's heroism.  Tbey Couldn't K������ep Silent.  Ho���������There can he no women in henvon.  Sho���������How do you make that, out?  He���������Because the papers sniel that tho  Hev. Mr. Saintly, who died rccontly, had  joined thc silent majority.���������Up to Dato.  Tho largest proportion of singlo person  Is found in Ireland nnel Scotland, nnd th  imnllest In tho United States.   ,  Aylinor, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Uamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  ,M oti'isburg,'lut,  Norwi'b, Ont.  Simcoe,   Ontario;  Victoria.,  B  Braudon  Calgary  Edmonton  Essex.  Fergus  Gait  Ingersoll  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST  Preaching Rorvicoa at 11  CHUItClI - ~tovel-t..k  a.m a il 7:'t''  p.m. Ola's meeting at thu oIorc of tlu"  morning service, -abbuth School and B:bl"  CI.ibb at '2::i0 p.m. Weekly prnyer n'ce't'nu  cvory Wednesday evening at 7:3(1 p.m. Tli.-  public uro cordially invited.   Seats froo.  11BV. S. J. THOMPSON, Pa*-tor.  CUUItCH    OV  Rovolstoke  An improved horscshoo is formed of two  hnlvos hinged at tlio too and drawn together nt tho rear by a bolt to cnuso tho  lugs at tho sido to clomp the hoof, no nails  being used.  A Virginian hns designed A safety stirrup for horsoback riders which Is formed  of a supporting yoko suspended from tho  saddle, on the lower end of which a lint  plato is pivoted to receive tho foot of tho  rider..  Envelopes aro being manufactured with  an auxiliary back, which enn bo addressed  by the sender in order that tho receiver  may roverse lt to cover tho front of the  onvolope and return it to tho addross  already written.  Surgeons' tools, razors, oto., can bo disinfected nfter uso by a newly patented apparatus in which supports oro provided in  the top of the covor to hold tho tools, whilo  n dlsinfootnnt Is discharged into tho chamber by an atomlwsr.  An Hllnoh-i woman has designed a simple burglar alarm ln whicli a clocklncch-  anlsm is fastened to tho wall, to bo sot off  by cords running to tho door, window and  transom when theso ontrances nro opened,  the clockwork carrying a cord which ignites a lamp set on a bracket noar by.  ENGLAND-St."    P. tor's        Hours of, servico:   Evening  prayer d-.ily at 5 o'clock, Fridays at 7:30  Sundays and Festivals: Holy Communion ul,  a.m., morning prayor at 11. Sunday School,  and Biblo Class ot 2:39, evening pray, r at 7::I0.  First Sunday, in tho month Holy Communion  at morning services.  FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  P~tE3B_.TE~-.IAN  Service ovory Sunday  CHURCH���������Kevelstoke.  inday at 11 a.m. und 7:30  p.m. Bib'o Cites at 2::t0:p.n>., to whicli  ull nro welcome Prayer meeting at ti pan  every Wednesday.  REV. T. MENZEE3, Pnstor.  UOMAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH ���������Revel  IV   stoke.    M..S3   flr.it and third Sundays in  month at 10:30 a m.  REV.  FATHER THAYER.  SALVATiOtJ ARMY-Meetings every uight  in their ha 1 on Front Street  Loyal Orange Lodge, No   1G5S.  Rogular meetings nro held In tho  Oddfellows' Hall on lho eci.oad und  fou.th ~iYidno!_l_iy8of each month  at 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren  oordlnilv Invited;  Dr. T. Ii-ffs, W. M.;  T J. ar.ilinmo, Rec. Soo.  XV. G. Hirney, Fin. Sec;   K. S. .Wilson, Teens.  Portage la Vaacouyeii  Prairie Winnipeg  Prince Albert  Revelstoke  South Edmonton. i  ONTARIO.  Niagara Falls   ISt. Thomas  Port Colborne iToronto  Rat Portage     | Welland  Sault St. Mariei Woodstock  St, Catharines |     ���������   ���������  Montreal, Quebec. ���������  .  Agents   m   Groat   Britain-Lloyd's  'lank,   Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,   Lonclon,  .vith   whom   money   may be deposited  "or-transfer  by   letter or cable to  >f above branches.  Agents in the Uuited Slates���������New  Vork, Bank" of Montreal, Bank of  \merit a.; Chicago, First National  Bunk; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards, received .and  interest allowed..      -,', .  Debentures - Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts ami L. tiers,of .Credit���������Avail-,  ible at nil iioinis in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  'ndia,, China., Japan, Australia, New  Zen.lnn.1. "t ���������  Gold   Pm"i-hused '  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Buy, Co's. Posts ln the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B   HEARN, '���������.  Manager llevelstoke Braneh  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  and Soo Line. \  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F., N0.3461.  Mcots in tho ' Oddfellows' ITall on tho  2nd nnd 4th Friday- of  each month. Visiting  brethren invited to  tittcnd  ... B. Scott, C. R.  J. L. Smith, lt  S.  A .Straight Tip.  , In tho long run tho best way to make  money backing horses Is to drive a cart  on a dump.���������Philadelphia Times.  ____PERT-_J_ERSONALS.-  Tho queen of Holland need not think  sho can hnvo Hobson.���������Chicago Record.  Tlm Hurst nnd Sagasta aro now busy  explaining how they were licked.���������St.-  Louis Republic.  It Is believed that Bon Carlos, has had  tha misfortune to step into an open coal  holo.���������Omaha World-Hornld.  There Is no punishment too Mvero for  tho person who attempts to bronk Mrs.  Leaso's present spoil of silence.���������Washington Post.  Admiral Gnmnrn ond Commodore "Watson ought to have nn opportunity to meet  and talk over things that might hnvo  boon.���������Washington Star.  If we correctly understand General Wey-  ler's policy, ns announced by himself, it Is  his purposo to bo as inelopondcnt as n hog  on loo and just about as unoful.���������Boston  Herald.  Helen Gould's war contributions foot up  ������l_7,"t0-. If that jewel of n girl is playing  for an unusually dazzling crown of glory  up where so few millionaires go, sho  knows just how to lend for it.���������Uonver  Poat.    OUR WARRIORS.  General Miles and his porcelnln tub nro  Iully vindicated. What nn nnny needs Is  cleanliness as well ns courage.���������Washington Slur. u  Schley's declaration, "Our arms nro  their defense; thoir nriiis,otir recompense,"  should mako him a fair rival of Hobson  with all womankind.���������Richmond Time1..  Hobson has bocn kissed, Iiut lho hern of  Manila, the hero of tho wnr, will provo  the greatest kissing attraction of tho age,  for he alone hns Ilowcy lips to kiss.���������Salt  Lnko Horalil.  Goneral Wheeler has a strong sonso of  humor. But It Isn't politiofor any of theno  under hlm to hnvo fun with him. Be  want _ to have things done and goes the  shortest way about. It.���������Xew York Sud.  HE OF THE GOLD COLLAR.  It ia tough on Aguinaldo to mako him  sit, on tho fence nnd seo tho game.���������Kuii-  ia<i City Times.  Agulnnldo must content himself with  an occasional peck Into Monila when lho  gate happnns to stand njnr.���������Cleveland  Ploln Dealer.  In caso Agulnnldo declines tn recognize  the ofllcinl finish, Admiral Dewey may  find it necessary to pack his trunk for him  and sond him to China.���������.Washington Pest.  Aguinaldo seems to keep In tho'niiddlc  of the road all by himself. His . so.vnllcd  rocontly appointed cabinet maintains a  discreet and ominous silence.���������Galveston  News.  r_^WALL>1  Papers  Oills, Ingrains.   Micas,   Embossed Gilts, nud bordcis of  all description.".  The cheapes! and best stoek of  WjII.Ij P.VPEKS In the city.  Liberal  discounts  given   on  all enuh orders.  1   deal  only    in    W A L I.  1" jl P E K S   and solicit an  inspection of iny stock.  W.G.. Birney  .MeK,E.NZlE JIVE,  L. JI. FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Ou  eed  Terms Cash  llevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs McKechnie   and  Jeffs, Attendants.  If You Want-  PDRE  COWS   MILK,  Guaranteed Unad ito? *ed.  So to T.HE EUROPE DJ5IRY  krs. r. _nn_u__.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  BAST   AND'   WEST    ��������� j  FIRST CLASS AND .     ���������  TOUR1-.T SLEEPERS  '. froiuJ   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.   ;    ���������  Quick  Tim",       C.iciel  Service,  Fewest Changes,    L'"-v\-e~t Rates,,  Tickets   isMied    lbron;<li   and.'-  Bagg-ge   t-'b-ok-d to destination.  DAILY TRAINS.  East. - "West.  7.40k. .lve--Be velstoke���������Ive. 17.20k  TO AND FROM   KOOTENAY' POINTS.  8.C0k. .Ive���������Revelstoko���������arr..10.30k  For    information,   time    cards,,  maps and tickets apply to  -.. ���������  T.aV-.-BRADSlIA \W  Agent, Revelstoke.  W.   F.    Anderson,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Coy~*le, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  j. p,, Hull  & Company  Butchers   and   Wholcealo   an  Retail Dealers in Hoof, rork, eto  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All orders ln our lino prom  filled   We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR S POT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  PATEf-MS  1 PROMPTLY SECURED I  T_ rite for our interesting books '* Invent- J  or a Help and "How you arc swindled." .  Send us a rough sketch or model of your 3  invention or improvement and wo will tell .  you free our opinion as to whether it is  probably patentable. Wc make a specialty  or applications rejected in other hands.'.  Highest references Iumished.  MARION _e MARION  PATENT SOUCITORS & EXPERTS )  CItII * Mechanical Fnulnfcrs, Gradaatca of tho .  Polytechnic School of Engineering Bachelor! In  Applied Sciences, Ijj.at University. Members !  Patent Lair A."������ociaUon. American "Water "Works J  Association, _.������w Znaland IVntfr IVorln Assoc. '  P. Q. Suiveyon Association, Assoc Member c-������_ '  eoclctyof CIyII Engineers. '  f OFFIOES--f Jf1*1*���������8* un B'LO'C.MONT-EM. CA  r iimibw. I ATLMmO BUH-WC, WASHIKCTOM, D.0  f\0^jyfhm^f%f>fhf^*~^H*^^\s\f*s***** ���������**��������� I'm'  4i  *v,  an Cj  K       Vr.  I  ,  J  1^*  '/$/  AND WAR   CLOUDS   ARE  AGAIN  GATHERING  the joint high  sealing   question  Conflict Imminent��������� Panic in a Parisian  Church���������More Warships for U. S.~  Riot in Anniston��������� Train Wrecked  Now York," November 20.���������Several  persons have heen injured in a train  wreck near Burlington, la.  RIOT IN ANNISTON  -   Two men were killed yesterelay in a  riot at Anniston, Ala., and six wounded.  o      BALDWIN   HOTEL   FIRE  San  Francisco,   November  20.���������The  death of six persons in  the Baldwin  hotel lire has been confirmed.  THE SEALERS  Washington,     November     2G.���������The  expert evidence before  commission   on   the  has been concluded.  PROTEST AGAINST EXPANSION  Washington,     November     2G.���������The  Anti-Imperial   league   o������   the   United  States have presented to President McKinley a protest against expansion.  MORE  WAR  SHIPS  The annual report of the United  States secretary of the navy recommends the construction of 15 new war  ships.  "    PANIC IN A CHURCH  Paris, November 26.���������Forty girls  were more or less seriously hurt during a panic in a church in Paris anil  there was a" very narrow escape from  ' a repetition of the terrible disaster  which occurred at the charity bhzaar  lire. . While a religious ceremony was  in progress in a vestry room of llio  Church of St. Germain des Pres, the  cininiatograph lamps were suddenly  extinguished. A fearful panic ensued,  anel every body instantly recalled the  horrors of the charity bazaar lire. By  superhuman efforts' the priests sue-'  ceeel-sd in allaying the panic, but not  before -10 young girls hatl been.seriously injured by .the crush and by being  trampled  on.  PAQUART'S  TRIAL  Colonel Piceiuart's trial is causing  great excitement in Paris.  .  TREATV WITH  CHILI  London, November 26.���������An extradition treaty has been signed between  Grtiii Britain and Chili-  QUEEN  W1LHELMINA  Queen Wilhelmina, of Holland, lias  become betrothed to Prince William of  Weid.  THE STORM RETURNING  The prospect of a conflict between  HER ARM'/AIMING ATSUPREME  -POWER  Disastrous Sloims on the NewlgEnnda  Coast - The Bubonic Plague���������Dor  Carlos on the War Path.  London, November 2S.���������The llritisli have captured Ting-Hal. the capital of Cliu.s.-iii.  LONDON  CLUBS  An accusation is made against ssv-  cral Loudon clubmen of selling memberships.  THE P1CQUART CASE  The Pictiuart case is likely to cause  a revolution in France.  THE  PRINCE OF WAMW  His Royal Highness the Prince of  Wales has iiuite recovered from the  Injury  he  received   to  his knee.  A YUKON NUGGET  A Yukon nugget valued al ?">0,000  is to be exhibited in London, England.  THIRTY   YEARS   A   PRISONER  London. November 2S.���������It has transpired thai a Frenchman lias been kept  a prisoner in a French African prison  for 30 years.  FRANCE  AND  ITALY  The  annoucement of a   commercial  treaty between France anel Italy causes  consiclerbalc surpise in  Europe.  DON CARLOS MOVING  Don Carlos is equipped'with men  anil money anil will shortly take the  field in Spain.-    ���������  ' MURDER- IN BRO'"��������� ~r~-1  New York, November 28. ��������� Mrs.  Wyhn has been murdered in Brooklyn,  111., .by some person unknown.  The United Slates, cruiser Wisconsin was launched on Saturday at San  Francisco.  BUBONIC PLAGUE  San Francisco, November 2S.��������� A  Chinaman died yesterelay in San Francisco of'what is supposed to be, bubonic plague.  "-TEAML.1"   EXPLOSION  A Californian river steamer exploded yesterday, killing live people and  injuring several.  TN   TROUBLE  New York, .November 28.���������Fiank  Knack, of New York, has boon arrested for Ies majeste In Berlin, Germany.  PHILIPPINE RESISTANCE  '  The      Philippine     insurgents     are  waiting active  preparations  to  resist  annexation to the United States.  DISASTROUS STORM  New York, November 2S.���������The most  terrific" storm which has vistcd New  England for 10 years has swept over  theeastei-u   coast.       Numerous   disas-  Fiance and England over the question   tors  both  at  sea and  inland  are  ro  of the outlet iii the Upper Nile coun- " ... .  try has unexpectedly -increased, according " to official advices to the  Foreign Office received yesterday  fiom Khartoum, both the British and  ��������� rench flags are flying upon the  banks of the Bahr-El-Grazal river, aud  the question arises as to which nation  will withdraw from this much coveted  strip of the Dark Continent.  IM IILII  Electicn Protests ���������Bridging the Fraser  ���������-^-River���������The-Napancc-Bank-Robbery-  ���������Medicine Mat Town Council  Winnipeg. November 26.���������The cold  weather has revived Canadian business.  NISBET ACADEMY CLOSED  The Nisbet academy. Prince Albert,  is to be closed.  FIRE  IN CHATHAM  Tho Evaporating Works in Chatham have again been seriously damaged by Are.  .     GRAIN    ELEVATORS  The Manitoba Grain Company have  sold   37   elevators  .to   the   Northern  Elevator Company and others.  ELECTION PROTESTS  Toronto, November "!������.���������'Ihe election  protests   In    Muskoka     and     North  Kssex have been dismissed.  GENEROSITY  Lord Mount Stephen in his will distributed $500,000 amongst relatives.  APPOINTMENT  Ottawa, November   26.���������John   Yeo,  Frince Edward Island, has   heen   appointed Senator.  LORD   STRATHCONA   IN   OTTAWA  Lord Strathcona is in Ottawa on  business connected with the High  Commissionership.  SUDDEN DEATH  ported, and many ships, from small  fishing smacks to big ocean liners have  been -lost. Snow storms are delaying  trains. The storm extends from New  York to Pennsylvania and many public as well as private buildings have  been wrecked.  THE   FRENCH  NAVY  -  Paris.'   November     28.���������Forty-eight  ships are lo be added  to tbe French  navy in 1SS9 and 21 in 1900.  -    REPORTED DEATH OF GOMEZ  Havana, November 2S.���������It is rumored that General Gomez, the chief Cuban revolutionist  is dead.  TROUBLE  FOR   ���������"-\NCE  Paris, November 28.���������France has  after all not escaped tho terrible crisis  which has been impending now for  many. months pafat, _viz: A decisive  conflict between the civil authorltics-  and tho military power. The action o������  Goneral Zurlindon, the military governor of Paris in ordering Colonel  Picpuart to appear before a court  martial is nothiiii"; less than a monstrous plot to defeat justice and to  establish the supremacy.of  abovo the republican  France.  CONFLICTS   IN   THE   hTREETS  OF PARIS  Scene in the Chamber���������Spain Accepts  American Ter.ns of Peace���������Fires,  and Explosions.  Paris, November 29.���������Spain has at  last accepted thc Uniteel States govern ment offer of $20,000,000, and at  the session of the joint peace commission yesterday consented without  any conditions to relinquish Cuba,  anel to cede Porto Rico, Guam and the  Philippines. Thc document presenting this acceptance was condensed into 300 words. With the exception of  Great Britain the whole of Europe is  opposed to the expansion of America.  REVOLUTION   IMPENDING  Paris, November 29.���������An Immense  mass meeting in favor of Col. Pic-  quart was held in Paris last night,  thousands o������ people shouting '"Cons-  puez" spit on Rochefort and "Cons-  puez Drumont marched on Cher-  che Midi prison where Picpuart now  is, and cheered him. The Anti-Pic-  quartists rallied and there were several conflicts. There was also a lively  time in the Chamber of Deputies when  an' ex-minister of education made  some startling revelations regarding  the  Dreyfus case.  THAT'S  SWAT  '  London.   November' 29.���������Mad   Mullah has' defeated the tribesmen in Swat  PICQUART'S FRIENDS  There is', increasing sympathy with  Colonel Picquai't in Paris.  JEWELS RECOVERED"  - Some   of  the -stolen  jewels  of   the  Duchess of Sutherland have- been discovered   in  London.  FLOODS AND TIDAL WAVE  London. November 29.���������Destructive  floods and tidal waves have caused  considerable damage to property and  much loss of life in Austria.  TERRIFIC EXPLOSION  New' York, November ��������� 29.���������Thirty-  eight persons have been killed by an  explosion  in Havana.  EXTENSIVE  FIRES  Kansas City has suffered a loss of  5240,000  by  fire." and  Hancock Mich.,  $150,000 from the same sause.  . DEEP  WATERWAYS ,  Washington, November, 29.���������An international   deep   waterways    scheme  has been revived in Washington.  JAPANESE CRUISER_INJURED    ���������  New-Castle-on-Tyne, England, Nov.  29.���������The new Japanese cruiser Kasagi  was badly injured by colliding with  a bridge abutment here.  tho army  institution   of  D  IK  A tempt to Bribe Yukon Officials���������Killed by a Street Car at Winnipeg���������  I or.'cnipt of Court at Victoria  Kegina,   November  2S.���������Lieut.  Gov,  Forget bus r. turned to Regina.  OFFICIAL DINNER  Wliiniiieg.Novctuber 28.���������Lord Minto  gave tho first official dinner on Saturday last at Ottawa  SWAN RIVER BUFFALOES  Three buffaloes at ~ reported to have  been  seen lately  in  the  Swan    river  district.  ATTEMPTED   BRIBERY     **  Winnipeg.   November   2S.���������Proceedings have been taken against the parties charged-with attempting to bribe  Yukon officials.  KILLED BY STREET CAR  S. W. Fan-ell, who was injured by a  street cars on Saturday  Sealers Fined���������Petroleum Near Winin  peg���������British Capital In Paper Pulp  -���������The Ponton Trial  Winnipeg, November 29.���������The Winnipeg bonspiel for 1899 will-open on  February the Gth.  PETROLEUM NEAR WINNIPEG  Indications of the presence of petroleum have been discovered at Bird's  Hill near Winnipeg.  A FAR ORDER "  An   order  for  ox  harness    reached  Winnipeg     yesterday    .from      South  Africa.  NORTH BAY.  The   Canadian  Pacific  railway  will  resume-���������the-Nortli-=-Bay--ser-vl-__-.o_  Thursday, December 1st.  AS IT SHOULD BE  The    Winnipeg ' Property    Owners'  Association will take an active part in  the civic elections.  BUTTER . COMPETITION  Victoria,    B.    C,    November    29.���������  Australia and  New Zealand are  both  shipping butter to British Columbia.  SEALERS FINED  Ottawa,  November  29.���������The sealing  schooner   Otto   has   been   fined   $1,000  for trespassing In Behring Sea.  PAPER PULP  Quebec,  November  29.���������An  English  svndlcate has made the    proposal    to  invest $2,000,000 in a paper pulp plant  to be placed at Saguenay, Quebec.  CIVIC OFFICERS  Toronto, November 29���������Mayor Shaw  and Alderman    McMarriek    are    candidates for the    Toronto    mayorality  and it is   thought that   E. F.   Glarke  may also run.  ' THE PONTON TRIAL  Napanee, November 29.���������The Crown  case in the Ponton trial is about  ciosetl and the result hinges on  whether the jury will believe the  siory told by Pare and Holden.  THE BOUNTY JUMPER  HE PLAYED A PAYING GAME DURING  THE CIVIL WAR.  Victoria,      November ,;    26.���������Alfred from"the" injuries inflicted.  Laird, Post master of Epsworth, B. C, NFWFOUNDLAND   COMMISSION  dropped dead on the street yesterday. ot{.lwa     November   28.���������The    re-'  BRIDGING THE FRASER port of the Newfoundland commission.  Vancouver. November 26 -It is ru- ���������^S ^f  ^Cri^wKri������rt5Sn_5Sr CONTEMPT OF COURT  river at New Westminster. Victoria,     November   2b.-Procce.l- ,  .    ..    *                ������������������,, ings  have  been   commenced    against  BANK ROBBERY             .    . Manager  Ellis  and  Editor Lugrin. of  Napanee,    November      2C���������Holden.  the  Colonist   a nil-go veninieut  organ  ono of the Napanee.bank robbers, has  for  contempt  of .court   on acount of  ?nrn������l' Oi_e_n_' evidence ' editorial references to the election Returned Queens   c\ mence. ^.^ hc.lriuK   lu which Mr   Prentlce.  STEAMER   WRECKED ,,f  uilooet,  government supporter,  is  Montreal,   November 20.-Tho  Lake  iiitcicstcel. rttVTITm,E  Superior steamer    Arthur    Orra    has SAILORS GRATITUDE  been wrecked at Baptisto rivee 1    Vancouver. November 2S.���������Harrison  TOWN COUNCIL and   Burns,  two  of  tlu  sailors  of  H.  tUWiN  -wUi-iM-iu )M   p  Victory, injured in the accident  Medicine Hat. November 28.���������The nJ[ [\u, r. P. U. special some days ago,  following gentlemen wero yesterday a,.r-v������-.l here today full of praise at the  elected on Uie Medicine Hat town way Hi; y were treated at the .. inni-  council: W. B. Marshall, mayor; pcg hospital. "Everything possible  aldermen, J. Penhale, T. Blatchford, Was done'for.'tis."., thoy said, "and we  J. Spencer. A. Hawthorne, If. Yulle,! therefore got rid of our bruises quick-  ���������and G. Noble. li .f , ly." .,  The . Methodist    church    in    Great  Brittain are putting forward a scheme  to   raise   one million   guineas   as a  twentieth century fund.     A    meeting  died last night in support of the object was held In  London, on    the    8th.  Wesley chapel,  A merciful man is merciful to his  beast. During the present cold snap  let those who have occasion to drive  rigs or wagons lie merciful in the  matter of uot keeping the animals  tied up to telephone posts too long at  a time. Blanket them properly and  try lo remember   that they   are   not  and if the relative  the    property   will  bicycles  I It is stated that gold has been found  in Ohio on the property of the River-  =*de Iron Company near Steubens-  ville. The gold was discovered whilst  digging post holes  I quantity keeps up  be developed.  ��������� Berlin has a charitable society called  the "Union of Collectors of Cigar  Ends." which annually issues an appeal to smokers to save, and send in;  their cigar cuttings to one of the |  stations named in the circular. The  proceeds of the annual sale of cigar  ends is devoted  The Richest Harvests Were Reaped In  the Closing Days of thu Conflict���������Huston's Exciting Experience With a Gang  ���������f New Hampshire Kccrults.  When tho civil war broke out, and tho  call In tho north wont forth for volunteers, no bounties wero paid, and nearly  1,000,000 men volunteered with no moro  pecuniary inducement than lho regular  army pay. Aftor u time, however, volunteering languished, and to stimulate enlistments bounllos wero offered by llio nation, tho stato und tho cities and towns.'  This not bringing forward recruits In sufficient numbers, tho draft was rcsortod to.  Drafted men were paid smaller bounties  or nono at all, and this fact sent into tho  servico ns volunteers many who were liable to conscription.  Mon who were drafted often, whon able,  prooured substitutes, paying at first 5100,  thon $200, then $300, and finally, as available substitutes grew scarce, much largor  amounts. Many cities nnd towns obtained  the recruits needed to fill their quotas under the various calls for-troops by enlistments In other localities, as men who were  willing to onlist wunted to bo credited to  the places that would givo thoni tlio most  monoy. The procuring of mon to serve as  substitutes and to mako .up deficient  quotas grew into a business of itself, and  n very profltnblo ono at that-. ".Substitute  brokers" quickly appeared in great numbers all over tho north, and they mado  enormous profits by agreeing to fill quotas  at so much per recruit, providing men  whom thoy hatl induced to enlist on tho  payment of amounts much smaller thau  thoso offcreil by the towns.  One of tho results of the payment ot big  bounties was the coming into oxistenco of  a class known as"boimty junipers." Tho  various bounties and gratuities toward the  ond of tho war rarely aggregated less than  $1,000 per recruit, and a groat many hard  characters took advantage of this national,  state aud municipal liberality by enlisting, getting tho money and deserting at  the first opportunity.' It is on record that  some of theso men "jumped" their bounties as many as 20 timos, each timo clearing from $1,000 upward." Generally lhe  "desertions wcre.ofl'cctcd at the state camps,  whero recruits were herded until called to  the front. Sometimes, howovor, the bounty junipers diel not got away until they  ht.d been sent to rcglnieius in the llold.  Uusually thc deserters -left singly, a~s opportunities arose, but once in awhile  ninny would make a simultaneous break.  An Instance of tho last montloned sort  scciirrcd in Boston, which created n sensation afc the timo. On Aug. 21, 1864, -50  recruits for tho First Now Hampshire cav-  ilry, under command of Major Cummings  md guarded by a company of tho Veteran  Rcsorvo corps, arrived in this city by spe-  ilal tr.iin from Concord. They had all  been paid thoir-big bounties tho day boforo nnd wore to sail' from this port for  Washington on the United Statos transport stoamor Constitution. Arriving in  thc old Boston and Maino station at 11  o'clock in the morning, they were taken  tinder convoy by a detachment of troops  from tho Beach Street barracks and a detail of -polico aud started on-their march  to Bittory wharf, whero the Constitution  lay waiting to rccoivo thoni. ' J  _. A great crowd, wliich, as The Herald of  tho next day averred, "consisted mainly  of tho lowest characters from north end,",  gathered around the detachment ns soon  as it left the station, and immediately It  got Into Hayiunrkcl square scoros of tin  recruits threw away their knapsacks, blan-  kcts, coats, caps and canteens and started  on tho run in ovcry direction, their escape  being covered by tho toughs, who surrounded tho guards and prevented thoni  from firing on tho det-evtcr.- Tho-police  pursued and caught a nui-'icr of tho Hoeing mon, whom they brought back to the  officer In command, but about 35 succeeded In getting away.  Tho roninlndor were mnrchod down  Blnckstono to Commercial street and  -thence tothc wharf,-but_on__.tho-Woy_ still,  moro of them escaped from tho ranks,  whilo others flung away tlieir clothing and  equipments, until tho pavement along the  routo of march was fairly carpeted. Many  hurled their canteens at tho officers, and  on) lloutbnunt was struck over tho head  with a beer bottle and knocked senseless.  At tho wharf two men broke away anel  jumped overboard, and the guard firod ut  thoni, wounding ono so badly that ho wns  easily captured and killing the othor, who  Immediately sank. It is hardly necessary  to add that tho stoamcr did not linger at  tho wharf after hor unruly passengers  wero aboard.  In the courso of the afternoon ton of the  dci.crtors wero arrested by tho police. Ono  was discovered to bo an oscaped convict  who had beon confined in tho state prison  nt Charlostown for the murder of his  , mother. Tho others wero all "tough citizens," wilh long records of crimo and well  known to tho polico In 'this and other  cities. Five were found In tho collar of a  liquor doalcr on Hanover 6trcot, noar tho  First station houso, and u number of persons wore orrestcd for Bccrctlng them. .  Most of the doscrters wero nover captured and got nway to enlist again and  jump moro bounties.���������Boston HcralcL  A Perfumed Darling.  Among tho oustomorsof a Columbia nv-  eni-.c drug storo a tow evenings ago wns a  young colored man attired iu a vory flashy  6ult and with tho air of a "real hot sport,  suh." Ho asked for 10 ceuts' worth of  perfumory, and tho druggist, sizing up  his tasto properly, poured out an ounco or  two of tho loudost smolling cologno In the  stoi"0. In the meantime tho young " blood"  stood in front of a mirror admiring his  own shapo. Ho confided to the druggist  that ho was going to seo his best girl.  "Yo liecdn' wrap np de bottle, nils-  tab," he said. "I wish yo' would po' hit  ovah ine."  "Whatl Pour it all on your clothes, do  you mean?" asked tho astonished druggist.  "Dot's jes'w'at I mean, suh.   I dono  want to smell good fo' onct ln mfth lifo."  After complying with tho queer request  tbo druggist sold him another 10 conts'  woith for his girl.���������Philadelphia Record.  Do  You  Require  Neatly  Printed  tter Heads  Note Ileads  BilH cads  Statements  Envelopes  Business   Cards  Vi_itiug Cards  Programmes  Menu Cai ds  Wedding Cards  Memorial Cards  InvitationCards  Receipts  Drafts  Cheques  Stock  Certificates  Show Cards  Boot s or       *-  Puniphlets  Folders  Debentures  Binding of  any kind  .-S^-."*~"'*  T_HE JWIJ_.IJ.IG_ EXGH  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE!  - t ��������� t-T "_- r~. '  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  The bar is supplied with tbe beBt brands of Wine*,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  .. -,    *-. .,.  d. V. PEEK.S. .Manager.  GUS LOAD. Proprietor.  /���������  F. JWeCJlRTY JJ "JJJ-  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in..'   PRIME BEEF,, PORK. /  JWUTTOtN JIJMD, SJqiDSJlSE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at,- Rev_latokef  Itevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City; and Ferguson.  Columbia House  The   largest hotel   in  town.     ' Centrally;-"_o_������t������>_.-  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and "Cigar*) . .���������  Best    accommodation. Rates * J$l .J.pef;'  Brown & Pool,. Proprietors '    f...;  REVELSTOKE '  .day  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed  rooms.     Rates  Table* furnished 'with  the choicest the raark������t  afFord������.j'-Best* Winei  -Liquors^, arid J'Cigars  $1.00 a day.     Mori-hly',- race.'V ' "  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietary  _-! *.V*.  THE PIONEER LIVERY:  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardean and Tron. Lake _DM_~~rtot~  Saddle   an'dJ. Pack,,  always"for hire. J .  H6_s__.  Freighting  .* specialty.  and. Teaming" *'���������  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every, morning .at 7  for Trout Lake City.    For particulars write      - :    f   >    ���������  o'clejck^  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomsox'b I__n_W_~<__~  A    , '  GOOD  CHANCE  To secure ode of those desirablo -lets'  CHEAP on the-C. d_"Ks:St_am N*****-.^  gation Company's site.'V-.  -. .; .    ..'���������������,.*.���������",!  Dont    wait    till    the   boom  our wavi but BUY. NOW,-,- -  CO~~~-~~  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  For All   Kinds of   Commercial  Give Us A Call. Our Prices Are Right,  FERGUSON  The Centre  of the  Lardeau   Mines  sale of  to giving a Christmas  entertainment, to 1,900 paupers.  All's Not Well.  Dr. Field, who was tho examining surgeon for tho naval reserves while tho recruiting was being dono in Now Orleans,  has mony a good story to tell of recruits  in tho service. A good one he tells is of a  German who was walking his post und  calling ths hours, as Is required. Ho called,  "Seven bells, and all's veil." The next  call, however, was a variation. It was:  '���������Eight bells, and aU is not wil. I hat  droppit my musket oferboard."���������A'sw  Orleav Tlmei-Demoorat ;'  QR ANYTHING in the line of  JOB PRINTING. If you do  you can be furnished with the  same by THE HERALD. We  carry a. greater assortment of  paper, Envelopes, Cards, Etc-,than  any other establishment in  North" Kootenay, and can give  satisfaction in  Quality  Promptness  and Price,  Prices and samples furnished on  application.     Address  me   Mtoke Herald  kevelstoke, B. (.  Be Sure nnd register at the  BJILMORJIL., HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  Thc table is provided with the best  the market alfords.     Kates  from $2  to $3 per day.  What DolYou  i%  Want in Shoes f  If yon -want a good __!_<__' ___��������� corae X  1>. Junking.  IJ yon want a goad Protpector-' Shoe eeno  to D Jccklns.. -  -���������,  Shoe* aud Harness repaired en __��������� AavUat  notlop. AlL.line* of work kept In ������to-_  at prices to rait aU.       - .  D. JENKINS".  First Street, one blocfc-from the Ii  B������-k ni Panada.  Rerelaloke Statlom,  CUMMINGS BROS..   ���������  Proprietors.  John  E. Wood  and Buildep  EEtltnatos, plans and -pcclflc&tions furnished  on application. Shop and repair work  promptly attended to. Wood carvirR a  specialty.      Work    ������_.op   on  Front Street.  T_2G Revelstoke  Photo Company  Revelstoke. E. 0  Slt'DIO: DOtlGLASBTRS *  SI  The Vernon Soda  Water/ W-djrks���������"'. .  J. O'BRIEN,   pkoPRISTOR  Manuf ictn er r.f Soda Water. 3iaaer  -Me. -arsapi-Ua a_d aH Soft Drtaks.  A full ropplr kept in'atnck at Mo-  Carty'e Cold Storage, -.where orAeiv  ibc.e"    e^n bcleft.  -__������������������<  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Be tail  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Atteqded To.  ������-tfi  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  B-ac_t__mlt__i___.- Jo_������b____r  Plumbine.. Plpa __-_-____������  Tin-mi-hix*-.-* -��������������� "  .Sheet Iron' Work  Macfci-aerar Ett-Paircd  Mining Work a Speciiil-jr������������������.  ROBT. GO.RDOt_?  Revel-..������ke" 8ti_tf������__  1  '.__.-_ -I*-. - - - *j/ -wiy  TO STOP -  THAT COUCH  AMUSEMENTS  "Get a Bottle of  COMPOUND SYRUP  OF WHITE PINE  AND TAR  Aa erttlleo: remedy lor Cough-, Colds and all  Broachl-l Troubles  ONLY 25 CENTS A BOTTLE  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  -H.u. P.. McDo. _.i_i>. Manajeer.  Itevelstoke Station, 1!, C.  LOCAL  AND  CENERAL   NEWS  " 9:90 nt tlift Vic. for ft sandwich.  French Tlieutre .Co.. in Tapping's  ^Theatre Lo-uight   Three wpeslcs^ 'froin tomorrow is  Christmas Day.  Joe Genelle. of Knslo, B.C., was in  town on Thursday,  Mr. Free) Taylor left on Wednesday  morning fqr the.old country.  --A larife lot of handsome Christmas  cards at Cau.Td.i Drug and Book Co.  Mike Ci-i-lin, of the Cnlmiihia Kiver  Cumber Co., was in town on Thursday.  The French Theatre Co. will put em  "The Fiiir Rebel " tonight in the old  TappmgVThentrc.  The Chris trims hnlidil'ys for the  public school Wgiiiin two weeks time  and will !ast"i- fortnight. '  J. Genelle has sold his saw mill at  Kunlt i������nd his business in town to the  Columbia River Lumber Oo.���������Sentinel.  ���������Don't forget you csn get it gooel  choice of souvenir'i-nrels,. spoons and  _i..he'S lit the Canada Dnig and Book  Co. -'���������'.*  The HeKjM.d r;*eRi*i'ts to announce  the set ions illness nt Greenwood, B.C.,  nf MK Geo. Hills, formerly merchant  tailor of Revelstoke.   ���������  Order your Christmas, numbers of  the illustrated papers and magazines  ot the Canada Drug and Book Co.  They keep them all.  The*" Salvation* Army will hold a  bperial meeting in Tapping's Hall tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon, nt 3 p.m.  _A.ll are invited to attend.  - At the Metlieidist church tomorrow,  services' ������t 11 a.m., and 7:30 p.m. .Subject in the morning, "Constraining  Love"; afternoon subject: "Bulshaz-  zar."  _.o;v is the time for merchants  to  announce their display  of  Christmas  goods.     The   Heiiaui   is    the    best  medium through which to talk to the"  buying class. *  Tbe French Theatre Co. will piny  one niglit-- in ��������� TajJping's-Theatre���������  Saturday night. There are 15 people  in the cdinpmiv and all high elns._  artist's: "The" Fair Rebel" will be  produced.  " To-morrow, being the si> couel Sunday in Advent, at evensong at St.  Pe'ter's the vie-ar will lake Judgment  for his subject anil that-portion of thc  Litany "of tlie "Four Last Things."  entitled Jeulgiii'aiit, will he sung.  A novel uttraclian in' the window of  Jas. Gill & Co.'... store on Wednesday  afternoon was one of Mi-Kwen's company in a cataleptic sleep, in which he  veumined from 2 p.m. till woke up on  the stage at the evening's performance.  We iiiieh-rstanil that the pi-fsenl  gold commissioner of the Atlin district will l>_ r.'inoved unci that Mr.  Graham of Revelstoke' will take his  place.���������Colonist. Mr. Graham left for  Victoria on an official suiiiiiions yes-  -^terday.^-^���������_^ _____= - -  - ^_= =^__  "A Fair Rebel " at  the   Third   Avenue  ���������A Grand Success I  Thc proil'ictioii of the war drama, |  " A Fnif Rebel" nt lho Third Avenue  theatre lust, night by the French  Theatre Co., was one of the great est  successes chronicled in the history of  the house The company is a s-Uemg  one, well balanced, uud every nieiiilii'i"  of it does his or her inmost to cun i'c-1-  ly interpret lhe assigned part. Cure-  ful attention lias been given lo nil  details which makes the production  enjoyable Troiii beginning to end.  Between l.bc nets some (ii'.st-cliii.s  spi'i-hilties are intt'oilucoel. Kveu  without these 1 be elrnimi would lie a  big drawing card, but wilh them it  cannot fuil to pack the Uii'iilrii every  evening.  lt miiile one think of the elnys nfler  the big tire to look over the theatre  last niglit. There was not. a vacant  seat down stairs or in the gallery.  Before the curtain went up ihe  "Stanelini. Koiuti Only''sign was out,,  hut still the crowd kept, mining. Al !)  o'clock everv box wns taken nnd nil  the iiviiilnblc! standing mom w.is  occupied. The gallery wns .1 sea of  faces.  The plot of the play deals willi the  civil wnr and throughout runs ,1 beautiful love story. Blossom Ihiarilm.-in.  as the "Fnii" Rebel.'' wns always  equal to flu: demands of the purl .-nul  met the climaxes with n skill lhal. won  her the hearty applause of the niicli-  ence. Eva "Kurle French Keoicil'n  pronounced success ns Sully Woods*,  the wife, of a noted guerilla. It i.n  hard part, hill she caught lhe spirit of  it even I.o the Soul hern style of nsk ing  for a chew of tobiicco. Mamie Holden  .1 Seattle girl, wns warmly welcomed.  She plavecl the part of J nan Fitzliugh  well. The work of Mi. Smiley as Do  Pen-in, tlio villain; Mr. French us  Col. Mason, lhe hero; Mr. Boiiidin.-in  as Major Stillman; Mr. Diu-rell, ns I lie  lelegraph operator who is killed while  doing his duty,-nnil firacu Wright ns  Aunt Maggie, culls for special mention.  Several of thc scenes are unusually  realistic. Thnt of _-,the eli.~p._i lure of  Maj. Stilluiiiii nnd his liri.lt! for  Washington in a real carriage drawn  by two horses. Libby prison nnel llie  I'si'iipe are among the number.���������Seattle  I'.I.  School Report  . t, 1 vision 1  Class V. ���������Ist. Eva Lane; 2nd, Fdilli  Fraser; Kiel, Harold Clark.  Class IV.- 1st, FIvie Lufswold; 2nd.  Gartmore Ginliain; Iliel, Francis  Paget.  Clii"-.    III.���������1st.   Annie  Ferris:   2uil,  ISssie Hamilton; Uril. Aneil Hillici".  liiviMOX 11  Class III (jim)���������Pearl Rol.inson,  .Mnry Kelwurds, Muni Ilyntl.  Class 11���������Walley Clnrk, Fimice  Graham. Robert Cnley.  Primer ll��������� Kathleen Fraser, Ronnie  Dickey, Innet Brown.  Sl'CONIJ I'll ISIEH lilt.  1st.    Guoi'ge   Longhei'il;     2ml,    l-iun  Lofosnn; snl, Charlie Coition.  HKCOXll ritlMliRJllNlllll  1st. Nellie Rain: 2inl,   Violet   Robin-  sou; '.inl, Willie; Walling. _   -.  j--n:sr I'MMI'K  1st,    Flilasc   Mcirg.in;    2ml,    Robert  McCurry; 3rd, Gertie L'lwson.  n -I.Af~.-~  I.-l.    Peri v   Colem.-iu:    2ml.   ���������Afthu'"  Cnley: .">rcl, Willie I\ei naghan.  A (."l.ASo  1st. IC������pliii' Smith; 2nd,   Lottie   Fei-  lis; Hid. Gei'lrud- Matthews.  Children's Clotlii-ri  WE NEED MORE'ROOM FOR OUR  7 n order lo make il wc ofler you  in  all the above lines  ="J<Bo������axaiaisi������e������fl)i___?''  Agent I'or the  l^lickcnscler-fer  Typewriter  r���������'ls A'Vr t\^*7*- -l,*tl���������J   -J*ri     r* r i       "A^T**.  D^Q  ���������f!W\������i}LL^'  =������=4������*i���������������i Gents' FurhisHings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy  Articles, Patent  Medicines, Etc.  POST   OFFICE   STORE,   *H.*E_*V*__1I__31*0*K:__3 r, B. C.  ������ Have You Made I  ur 'Xmas  IF NOT. XXF. SHALL 1115 PLFASFO TO HAVE YOUIt  ORDER FOI! ANY OR ALL OFTHli FOLLOWING :  >y  fox  Sfes Batger's Machine Cut Mixed Peel  "fi? Ramona Seeded Raisins  p| Cleaned Currants  $% Sultana Raisins '  -  r^j Shelled Almonds'  c>^3 Dixie Molasses, Etc., Etc.  t$      ���������          II  ling  WI. IIAVF ALL VOU WILL ?.I__I<~D  BUT SUHL' AND'Till'; CLOTH TO  ROIL IT IN   TAYLOR BLOCK,  flcKENZIE  AVE.  ITour Attention  Clearing Out Sale _,  Letter and Money Pouches  Purses  Cigar and Cigarette Cases  And al! Smokers's Requisites  Boots and Shoes  a,-"-  ?*5".  1CU.    OCmj  FIRST-CLASS GROCFUS ANO   FRUlTlflRISRS,   IHSVKLSTOK12  Co,  -"ii*-hi-itii~i-ici)<ii3"iiaii rikiiapt NC-ft* jc<i_i ~3ii������iK"iNigiiiilnii-:ii-|jH.;  j ffofel Peylusen, 1  ������ FuncusoN, B-C- -I  1 Bssli RaGoinmoclaiiion in the f  I        L-oi-'doau Distrlat.        f'  1   Rate:   .$2.fflffl Per Dajj.   I  D. Fercusom.- Proprietor-  .ubuN.eu.ei.nun.Eii-ttuituEu.iiu.i;.^  t&M&.*  _ i������ i'.e^e'.,'-:''i--"-\^-/r^'A"<L'_  i"i������k^^rti*ii-"4lJi"iyi-*J_-i  Unclerlnking and  Embalming  R. Howson &. Co.,  M_ict:o>izli! Ave,  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  mmmmmmzm*mm^������m$mmmm  -*r?~^~j~?,'~"-":-9f^-^~>>~*'-?^  i^<.-7J^&^-:t*t.-zii^CJi-LCl^".ii^:li7y7j^,'?ji^���������i^&i&  1 G0ODSsr������RTHE  HQbiDAY SEAS9N 1  ���������~'I_.S_b__3.     C-3 ���������  Aman's  BIRTHS  .Rubbers and German  . Socks |  AT   A   LARGB    DISCOUNT I  J.J. BLAND, Front Street!  rf^i  ':���������&  i������7l  \-,it  Ff'pi  t'-"2  <i������i  -_���������-;  lis  SKATES'  j'.C.Mi:, HOCKEY niiel I".~.C1~I'S~."~i nn lo ?1 00.  LAMPS  T.niviiicl nnil l'nrlor���������iimll the lulc-si iluslgn.  '     PLATED GOODS  _u thib lino wc Jinve ������������������ ecu roil Mio best u'-sorliacnL ever ilisjilnycul ir, i.e. . I-  , stoke, lioyer- IS 17 *Lioo(l{- in i-Isiin ana faiH.y put tern**. Ten. L'<>fr\<.1, _>u_-'t-i t  an-1 Tabtc Siicnns. Hurry t-'i.i.ons. S.nrar J-hull-!, -int Crr.okors. J-'oun  I.iidl os.    Knivc*! mul l'urki. _>Ini;ly or in sots.  Our own make of Air Tipfht'iroiilors, iho most roliablu on tho liu.rlcbt,  C--.il bo had now.   *      All our work  gutmuitcc-l.  *    3 3  '1 hi- !���������'. ll. I'ijir-r -.'o h,i.f',������ nov,* on litiiid  Kir-i t;iu-s.-s Hrick -it risilit pru-u-i.  fit!oinlini;  b'jiMcr  ci:li an.: vMi.iitinc.  Ilrit k vi n"  i-ro,:n.l-.  oiii-l do well to  l iiorili of lhc Cun Club  I>no;-  mill   ���������-!:���������' c- n  Uoi/nsx���������At Pa'vi-lstnko, Dn Oi'C.   'Jiid. 1  to Mv. mul Mi������. C Ilollfii. ;..?nn. i  A  Xhas  II FT  -''-.���������..I ...-.I.T- [jromplb' i.ttGii'lcl to.  Ii .,.-- mi iw.p'.ien.inii.  ?. E. Piper Co.,  Revelstoke:.  B. C  Tin-:.  - The Fiiiellnj- Soap Wnrks, ciT Vmi-  e-eiiirer, R.C, Imve siilil out to Hip  Jtoral Crown Snap Coin puny, uf  WfnnipPK- Tlie new owneis l-ohiciii-  plate."pri'i*tint; a uew liuikliiip".-'whiih  -will be? I'ciuippcd with muie niocli-in  liiachiiiorj*.  A liijt crowci attc?nilecl McEwen'*  nhow nn Wi'dnesil.tV eveninf? when ;i  very siiccpssful 'pL'i'-fo'riiiiiiife was  Stiveii. thenntic-s of the hoys iiiieli'r the  hypnotic spell keeping the undiuuc-f in  fits of UiiKhter. Mr. MtEwen was  hille_ to s-hniv till FriiUy. "out lie i-nt  Klioit liis cnKaiti'iiient with lhe Wednesday niRht sliow'.  The inarrisfje rere-monj- of Miss L.  BAvlet"-tinl Mr. Orivil L. Hleel. was  celeliratenl at lho1 heline'of Mr. anil Mr.--.  A. R. Stfel. The Rev. J. P. Mfirl.it t of  Ihe first M. E. -Chiii-th offlci.ileil. A !  Thank-Kirinp dinnef was seiveil.  Guests ami relatives t" the nuiiihi'i- nf  twenty or more passed an eiijoyalih'  eveniiiz. TliPhiiele wns hand .r.in. ly  dressed in old rose, trimmed in IiIhc-U  filk point lace and jet. white chrys-  stitheintini"~ and carnations ndorninp  hair and "dress. Mr. and Mrs. Steel  will lie at home to their friends on  December 15 at 2311 A street.���������  Tacoma. Xew..  A run. way occurred yeslerdav  liiornin^ whii-h .losiilted in_a Imel  sniAnh up of a new sleigh. ��������� While A.  Monsford was driving Geo. Bel! Iv  C-C'.'pdelivery sleigh loaded with good**  foe the store"down the hill on Oonglas  " Rtie������t. tiie brecchitiB broke; and the  horse mn away, throwing his driver  out and hind'uiR up in the hush opposite Mr. H.iig's l-esielpnee. where the  sleigh got considerably the. worst of  it. Itis .very fortunate' no childien  ���������were coasting nn the hill at the time  or the H~_!t_M__ tni>:lit have hail tn  record a fnr more ������.orious terminal inn  tothe-tff_.il*. which shQiild art as a  ~~rar~iing t<*> |i,nmt~ :igdin������t allowing  their chiidi " t" )'!<ey. on lhe hill at. all.  A telegr-iiii v. as received in K.'im-;  loops from F"it McLeod. Tui"*day  afternoon, aunnuncing the death of  Fi,. Powers. Xei* p.irticul.'irs were  .given. Dece.i-ed. who was 36 years of  age. was a nntivepf N'e-iv Brunswick.  He formerly rnn passenger trains he-  t.^-������eii Donald and Revel.toke. and  *fterwjtdK tSip&ft? some - time at  Ivi'IaHn. A number' of vents agude-  <-ej-.fi e.ime to Kamlnopi. Htid was  ore .:f the best known engineers run-  iiir^fiooi this point. He'.left town  for Me-Leod aiiout the end of September. The reniniDS are heing brought  home to Kamloops and will arrive to-  nicrht.-He leave's a .widow and one  ^.-hild to inourh his loss.���������"Sentinel.  R.  E.  French  Theatre Co  rAPPiNG's theatre  *-,.-[-_.���������-_ tii-v: yc_: fc-noir ; bu:  w ,.I rop.ti. \u\ it'I * -cr- l-'-ii-: v  "-r-c-n /���������"!,(- lh~; ; -"��������� v s '. '���������* I'  cf.T'.-j :. rho:"-*- r*i<1 v-*i! -h-i:1."  i Xrnas Jev.ciry and 5_tver-A'are  i \   ������  .[Iri'  t  i   ,-_������  - ;  i'i, r.i:, "r ir>r ::-  y..:. w--'" ( All i I I  Handsome Present  ..r.-Mi,'., l.-r '. O'  ���������iii'.n rut :  1'.  - tr.i-l 11.'-  I'll  wi-l -'-lr"t  M  ,  t JJ ,n' n>  n:  tl'.i.r vll.  ft-T"  re"*-  t-r-i  TI7RV *\  \ 1 il I  r  \RBER  i'r~.  New Opera  House  .GRAND OPKN'ING  HARRY   LINDLEY & CO.  PEOPLE  MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 5  ARRAL-NA-P0GUE  The   it'lehi-aleel    Irish   ilr.nn.i   in   live  .-ult..  SI'ECLM.TI KS K;VI'MV NIGHI'  [HY  Helenci    L.  Woid.      H.irij*  Harrison.  Little .Mystic.  Modelir.e Garci-o, and Atlanis, dancer.  Citv  JcwjiLF.r.  i-r.T-ri.--,! i..i^i..il"f-'".  FAYETTE  3UXER  Fire. Life, Accl _cr.i. Leaning and   Investment  Aejci'.t  5-10,000 to Loan  On Revelstoke Real Estate  Property  O  "Jiy -7'- * ��������� ;<".- a rfniy-ii-iirlo 'uit  \ivv .��������� "< _"- '���������-('_��������� rj,-nindt* io <>l:r������KIl.   '.-������ i -'.     *  -���������������������������-   f,\~  yiji:  f<^r t'-ft-~ri.  ������fc*������iV    "ii"   -"rti* ������������������    TJiOTjeV'.*       A    f'Ht    tll������lt  \*i. . ������������������-; * * 'UiM-R/ti ''uit i-iL--t in  I������f--l-"' ' -i    -   -'T\ LK,   i  *--i'f   t)iPt   v.ill  I*;*--'     1    *      x     \t-      -WH.T    llTi'J     Ji     P-'(������I.T  ni-jii'ic'i'i- ���������- (: -, H7 b������* to \.������ \t int.-r-  ---���������- :.-���������-. i-  .. m.y y\\ iA'Af'<, -y.y.iiL?,  "A'jlt-'M 1*-    *.\l K-T'O-VUX't'. hh-1 f;._t.  R. S. WILSON,  ".V'J'.-T.iKK VfATH.  ~^"*~~  ���������7-y  r77  .'��������� i  m  T7-*7,  ___:___.__-jiDVvrA._Eiji_:7    rrxi<rsiiiS0TTJE3:xi<r(3:  V-.-U<.-a.'^J\J'SJ^^.^.-Ui^iJi^lJ'^.7J^'yK^,^.U ."oj" v;.-JJ  m.  _"���������>:"  <.-���������'-���������.  ISj5>  __*._  <������������������_.;  m  ���������m  I.??,  teC-  r.-.""  C.*���������-j  m  tJLt  ������J  ?Tr1?-    rs.    ������-i?~"-s"b "������'"������.  tiCAKiJ  ___. tJW, __������  _i_j,__. _-__a.^  ANTHRACITE COAL  Delivere-el   from   car... .  Di'liveii'd !'iiiui sl-.i'il...     SO.:"'.) ner Ion.   .'������������������,10 00 per I   Now   is   lhe   time  t"pi'l in yiiur whiter supply lii'Torr {he snow falls.  ...       ....-'       ... carl y. .   Ctl"> I ni .list iici-oiiiininy.tliu m-i 1 e r. ^^ ^  On  McOARTY.  Advertisement to Creditors  iiV Till; MATTKK OF TIM. COLUMBIA AND  KOOTKN'AV STEAM NAVKiATIOX COMPANY, \,nnTi':D, ijaufuty:  KOTKJ1C is horcliy Riven that tliu croclitor-?  of thu above luunod coi!ii������any ������Cre horcby rc-  f]nirod on or boToru the  Seventh,Day of December, I898  lo send thoir l.ninos and addresses and tho  ���������jiarticulnrs of thoir debts or cluiMij*, and the  nnoipfi and addresses of tlieir -solw-ilors, if anv,  to D. M. lto;rcr.-t, lCstj., IKnk of Monlveril Cluun-  bers, Victorin, M. (;., the Liquidator of tbo said  eoijipauy. and at lhe expiration of tin1 said  time the Liquidat-u* will ���������pro.-ued to distribute  (lie as^i-l-. of ihe Coaipany or nny part then-of  anio;iir*,t the panie-t entitled thereto, iin vim;  regard ouly to tlie eiain'.s of wli'eli 1 h0"ljqui~t  dutor has "thon notice; and the Liquidator  ���������-hall not bii liable for tlie as-els or any pirt  iIn-T-.-of as uiMriLuUed 10 any person \viios"  (���������In iin lie line, not lind nnliru hi the lin.e of'  di-t ribulini; tbo nvuts or a part, thereof f.s the  ciHii mnv be.  DalOd" kI Victoria, 11. (.'.. this 27th' dav n������  Oetolier, A.D.. 1K0S.  Mol'IMLulFS, WOOTOv & HAKNAKD.  Kank of Montreal  {"hambcr-. Victoria,  lt. (,'., ."{dicltoi!'for the said Liqnidator  Advertisement to  Creditors  "nO'IIOK IK HHUKP.Y CIVlLV-lInt alt per-  son*, b-ivin^ eluiia*. nxrniii.-jt tlie K*.late of .lolin  lletheriu^ion. li������I_��������� uf tin* Tou n of P.evelstiilie.  in (Ju^Proviur-t- uf l.riti-li f'uluuibir., \vlnMlie-_  in or about the innutli 01 oetrd^r hn-t, are on  or before iho;  ' 101I1 .ley of Dacctnbor, if.93.  to send their uauie^ und add.-'���������--������������������.-������* mnl fr.U  i.artleulaiM of thoir ehtl'n*-. and of t h.p seen ri tic-?  lif an\ I -_ liif'h thev hohl to Iho Holioilov'for  I'ran!;' Uo'ldin \Vi*_.<5. 'ho rX*e:'iitor of; he !a>f,  will and ti-^taunMit of thp -M-. f'.peea^iHl. p.nd ut  tbo eNpiralio?������ of llir i-nlil rr-rm llio ���������a-ni-ii l_\*c.-  ul������r v, til pruf oed to di-iiribnto the upsets i-f tbe  said estatP ani(������i:^-~t ih-- parties cn titlo 1 tli'*r������-<-  lo. bn\ injr i'nynni miiv to lho clahns of v.lilcii  lho sab! Lxoeutor has then notice, ninl tin;  <.fli������l UM'iMitor will nol h-i liablo for Hie suid  avef* m- any )>:irl thereof to any p-mvoii 01  w boM1 pbiim'ii-* Ins* not had notico at tii'1 time  of dislriln^iiij; the-iiii-i assets.  Paled .'.l-ileveSstoki-(hi-i.r*ih duv of November  r. i;. wicr.i/:,  Iiovr-l:-i(>W\ V.. ('.,  i>:ccutov. /  .   _ ���������    .IAMLS JlC-tPUY.  =^^= ^..-^-novpht.i^^tty^.  Sov.fl���������111 Si^i'i'lLor f'.r tlio "���������_. -:..:Utor.  ^>     Miss H. Leveque    -Jj  DressniriV.nfj   in    oil   its  branches  <x: \i,r. 'i-r-tfr firlee*'.  *-f--ii'-' -"i^t'i- J t '--ii'"!, a'c-re'l, r'-p-Hir-.'I.  riiJ _T.������.-r. \*r ( o'T'i'T'-i, Kror.t Sr.  Land Notice.  Take noli-^o Vfl rlnvs- iifiPL'tluLo hereof I iniond  to apjdy tf> Thr Cbiof Coir.itii^sioner of Lund-?  and \vorfc-' ff-r penni-sion topurcha*-e ]'>0ncre������  of land mi i-'t. 1.0'ui Crcrl: in the North \Vo.-:t  KtHHena". Di'-trii t doerilii'd a1** fuMov.s: t'opii-  nieneinvr' at the Initial Po-d sit'inl'-d on tne  i:a>tern hnu:i������lirv of Lot ��������� J:*0 about H7.SS I'huiii--  frotn the North Ln-1! corner thereof, thence ���������-*.'  chains North. Thence 10 idiains l-Ja^t. TiiPiico  U' chain-' South, Thoncp lu chains We-t lo the  point 01 c(iiniiie:i"einciit.  MICHAK!- CM!A MY,  by bN iijfeiil  A. P. -fTMMIN^.  Dated -'h-toli-r S. 1*!������S.  Notice  NOTK'K is h'-rei-v p-ivci that aiiplication  j will he iiiiMlo lo the Legislative A^enibli of  : tho i-'Dvincp of UritKJi ('(duiuhia at it-; next  j *sf--'i(iu. fur an Act to incorporalo a eoinpan.\  ; \_ ith jtot.cr t*> cor-* rnet, cq-:ip, inainlain and  1 op" rut** f\ -"tni-dr-rd or narro\v tjua^o railway  i liom Mini.' point stur mar Kevelstoke, Ihcnce  I I ifc a northi'rly dlp'Cthui by the im>_l fcailbte  1 routi-   thromsh"   Ih*-   vjilley.-t   of tlie (.'olurnlibi.  I CaiMic, i r^icr And Pt~.rsidp* river*-, lo the .V-th  ii.-irrtll* 1 tA bititudc, tlsi-iKc to lhc nnrihcrly  j iiOiinderv of ih-f1 province \t> a imiiit en or near  f the Liard l.'l* cr, 01 woslerlyby Ihe n;o-t fen���������  ' ibeMofir������- to a point on  the northerly l.ound-  II nr> nt <ir ie i_r Ailhi Lake; with jiower to cun.  1 .-������irii"t bran*"!i line-* fr*ou any point on the  I iu*tf ii lun*, or anv it~; branches;' with   power to  l-'iiM, on;i, _q������ip. f.p*'iate mid iiiainfaiii  I M-Lrt.-M ar.d other v^cU, b'-at1.. wbarf������, doflc-  ' and b.!ildini:u in cionicction therewith; and  j to b-iild, e--uip, -ip'-r.tte nnd 'iiiaintain tcle-  t crii;t!i uii'l l"h pliiiiM* Jin'1-' in  conneotifin with  _ j 1 iif -.aid r.i i I way and   hr-inchc-*; and   to  make  }[r--ifi_- 'it otlii r arr.ucr'i in^nis   with   railv.av,  * ' ���������fl'Miiji   \t*>\\\.  or   other   Couipinic" and fi~r all  j l-fjil.'r  T'-iUnl  and   p,ec--'u-,riry  pov.er:-, rii;hf������   or  ',  J j'fiviJf/' -1 in that  h������'lialf.  f-al-1 liiN Wb di<> .,f Novi'inbi r. IS-l^.  a. y\ r,, u \Mi:it;iLi;v,  :joljf)loj   .for ApplicnntH.  JAS. McMAHON,   i QENERAL    BLACKSMITH  harrvedwardsI t .���������,���������;,;;;,,..,,,,;. 1!l,^il.s ~A ^;;,ons  Taxidermist    |  Hindi' 01 ii-p.-.ii'i'd.  (ii'ii"i.'il   ivemel   woik n  ."-JH'riiill>".  l/T.ril H|,',MiH,  llllili'e,  \NIM.\f.-~. Fte..  '--,,-, r..'.l   uii'l   Motinto'l  . Louisville  Restaurant .  npli.tM'-'  ".r,m--l<.r'*-,  JVIi'.'iK   sei veil   ill.   nil limns, ilny  ot' ni-jrht. "  Gity Parcel  I  Revelstoke Sash & Door  -S^g Factory g^->  I Third st_ East of Scll00llJ0use yj   1 ���������  Sni.li. Iliioi-s TuniiiiK~, I'linth-!. Coiner! j ^   -** w J  IJIock'-,   jMoiildini:'-    uf   nil   kiiuK.  I'*anc-y ll:ilile������- ;url V'Tnnilri'i icoik.  Hr.iekejls of every elese"i'i|il ion lemili!  lo order.    Si 1.1 e.-inel olVie-i' l"'il I iujis,  Wiiirliiw I'riliue"-. with  S.iwh lil Inl  ;i speeiiilly.  All   tltn   Jal.-^l   :ii.i.-Iilr"*r-.'.      Ttv  k If 11  '.'i tin1  i-r-nii'i'-.     C nil jiii'l i^ct j.ric ^ It^f.jrf  SAWYER & MANNING.  Hotel License  "S'O'nci-- iy iKieliy uiven llmi :*U .Invi frmn  .I'.i,' licicnl 1 iniL-nil io iij.iily in ihe Slipi'iiUi-  nrv jMitiji^liiilo for lln- hiivel .okr Uiilinn nf  \Ve.--l Iv'uiiLiiniiy for por-.iii-inn tov^n |U|.ici*>, hv  fi'iuil nt iny llei'.ul nl Ui'-.i'Kleiko. li. ej.  .lA.Mi-::" imwAitiis.  Uill.'ll l't ."I'Vclj-lokP, Nov. Dili, IS!-. novS-jl         (   Certificate of Inipi-overnents  .NriTii*i:  nr.. .:i!i:i:iv, iMi.i-nn-.Y, Ai-iiixir, i _i'Ki:i.it��������� ...nd  C-IHIONAIIOX   MlNKll-lI,    n..ll'IS    ...Nn   71111  l'.Mi'iin:. kimiwim .i.Mi.ii'i:ii.i'i:rii.\i-iii>N-Ai.  JllXril,". I. ("I.Al.MI  ."itr.f.li' In tin' Kcvi-Muhe Mining Pulsion nf  Wt . Kiicii-iiiiy III. .rii-t. Where Ini'iiU'il on tho  North l'*orl; nf I'nrnrf. rroi-k, lliir Itonil.i!  T.lKK NOTH"l~ THAT 1, Fnuii'is .1. D'lielllr,  of Slhcrion, n. C. n.-, iiBent for Ihe Onnii..s  e'vi-nk e'oiK.ill'liui'il Hcl.l Mine*, l.lniileil, l*i-oe  Mlner'i I'erlilli'iile >.'o. 'Jl,f.Tj. Iiile-nd, cImv  clay.-, froin lhe il.ne h.'i-eof to n]ii*lv tn iho  Mliiln;; H.'t-i.r.U'r for corliM.'iiii'i of tinprnve-  inonl-* for thu pnrpn*o of olittilniiife Crown  ^rnni". ol the chore chilins.  "A.n.l fiinhi-v tnki* iioik'.' Unit notion uniler  ^eclion :,7, iiiu^l l,o iMtininoin'e'l hefori' lho  i',-'iiiiiii*i. of stich rerlirioiiies of improvements.  Ii.ili'il Ihisljth ilnvf.f'i)riiil."r. lsyf.  Kuv. 1 -!". ' rilA-'COfS J. O'HKIMA".  Sheriff's  Sale  r>y virtue of ������ v."i'lt'if iTverntiau I"-"-ne<i out of  the .'npvenie r.nu-l of I'.riti-h l"oli'.nibin on lhc..  lr.tli ilny of Nnvopiher IMtS In inia.'linn i. herein  the fniperliil Hunk nf e.'iiniul.i v.er.' plo.intlffs  null 1 lie llnlevoii Hoi Springs l~".iiilt-.rin:n Co.  Ilinilei'. weie'clofeii.li'.i'.ls in tlio sum e.f ���������finr.T... 1  inii! eo-'t--, ot.,. I Imve .sei^.-il the prcpjOi'ty of  thci'ii.! il.-fciiiliiiit-' iniiTieil ImIov; mill finnll  io)l lli.'.niiip Al 1'nl.lio nni-tlon on llie 101'H  P.\ Y HI' IUVKM l',i:i!, If''.!?, nt 1-1 u'ot.'i'l.-. nonu.  nl tlie Holel of the .ij.l Iliili-ynn Hot Sjirltips  S'unltfiriuiii I'miinnnv Tjintiteil, or st> mn.-h  t'loreof i'.s will'MiiNf-,- tl-.e snid jii'lprinont  .lehU, oo'.!'-. intovi'-i. sheriiT's f...'_., ihhiihIoj;o,  elo., mile-Mli'." HtnonnN nre <o.������ni-^ p.ihl.  iPlgni'il)   'l. I". 'iliHii-W,  P'.'pn'.y sheriff  iNvi':;roiivi'.Ki,'li!!r.i."i> in .ir.ovi:  cine I'.illhir.l Tel.I...  Cu.'.-, r-nlls. T~le., c"o:n-  pl.'ie, Ono I'.i.il Tii Me, i.'ne-.,-Ihill-. Eie., oi.m-  l.lolo, Ono Totini   iTunoht  JIorvi.J, Cino f'uiv,  l-I'.L'ht   I'ln-*.  Ton   Suitor  r..ilr..nt.i  I'nrnitiire,  flno  Uiir  ijoi-in I ci'   mnl   Water  Tunks,   Three  I'lnto uli-s    .irrnr-. fin.. Cii-h   pc'sl'lor. One  Stnvo, One Miiriile rino!,-, nml n ItirL-e 'jii'intl!:.-  of (Hnssuiire, Wines, l.litiior--, Heerrtnil c~.jrR_:.*t  I  t  Notice of Assignment.  Pur-iiiant to the Creditor's Trust T)ecc1_-Act,  and amending aet^,  NOTirj-. IH IlKItKHY CMYKN that Gcnrgc  Frederick PaNNnf Kevebtolce, in tbe Province  of l'.riti*-h Columbia,, grocer and guilts* furn-  i'-h'T, ha-by dei'd dated tlie 1st li dny of Nov-  finber, lS-'S. fi^'-lfrned all liis, pergonal estate,  cr-dit-* and efi'tcis, whieli may be ������������������oi/ed and  sold under o\eeutitin, and all M- real oslate to  I "-a nc Turner bro u ster nf KeveNtoke aforesaid,  mine nuiiniyer, in trust for the benelit of bis  cr-'di .-M"-.'.  'Jl.'; wild deed was p__ .-thI-mI by tbe *=aid  '^���������nj'ji'e yrcderh'k Fallis und Isaac 'lurner  lln-iv iter on tbo IMh day of November. 1SH8.  All j.crsnii-1 l_it\in~* chiiiin- a-rnui-t the said  nt'iirKc Proderlek Fallis are required cn or before the  i8tb clay of December. 1S9S,  lo Fend to the Trustor, full paTtietilars of tho  sfime Onlv verified, to^-etlwr with tne particular- "f the eC'-mit _, if any) bold bv then:.  xorifK is !Ii:kliiy  F_.}_Tin:it givkx  Hint after the caid l-Mh day of Deromber, 1S?8,  the Trustoo will proetn-ri to distribute the  n=-c*s ninotic tliosp eredIters wbo-e claims  hnve be.-n b������d'_f0d viti: him. and that In-will  iK-t Tf<i Tespon-ibin after chIc1 date for tbe a������ets  so di-tributcd cr any pnrt thcreor, to any per-  I ������on or j_.**r-*onj. *_rm nr corporation of ubo������e  <!fb; or cluip.i ho shall uot then have received  nonce.  A   raeorine  ef   the   fh-cditors  of  tlie  said ! notiee,  Antoni   noPochf**-   Propriplor.        *-;;  Genrsro K.-vdeiick Failis v. iii >;** hold at th**  nftU'e of \\ iiit^. G-viliiri & rVott. Taylor Block.  C. on .-'jiturdav *���������!.������ 3rd  day of  Hourly  ^^,   , ���������������     ������ 1  *_��������������� _ uij-ninu, i������   *l .  nn .-������i;uriiitv - ij-j  oru   nnv   ui  Sta^e Line!^r1,:''j-r',ti:'-ot ,wo ������'cIo',;k !D the after-  "-^ j       i".itt.l 01 Revelstoke, B. C , the 35th dor of  Robert Fleming" i  Notice  TIIK r.ANAlMC rON"5iOMl'ATI?P"\1IVlNG AM)  F^KI/l'INCf CO. Limited Liability, a company  inenrporn..ed under tho Companies Act, lP'.vt,  lierohy pivor notice that in accordanre. -with  the provision's of ������-ueh Act it intend*, on tlie  Itl^t dav of bee ember, If-OS, lo remove its llo-id  Olllee 'tfrom Vancouver, in tho Province of  Fh'iiish roluml-fu- t(������ llovelstoke, fn the Province of Piritifrb Columbia.  EDGAR A. "RKN'S'RTT.  General Manager anJ Keoretar^.  November 10lh, 13.tS.  Notice of Assignment.  T'ursuant to the Creditor'.-: Trust Deeds Art-  and amending acts  N'OTlon I-hereby iri veu I lint Fran J; Vandall of  Rovolstoke, in tbe province of Tiritb'h Columbia, hotel keener, ha- by deed dated tbe 30th  day of Xovcmber.1H?K. assigned all his personal  c-late. "redirs and erfeets .. uicli may be seized  and .-���������old under execution an<l all bi-s real estate -  to Georpe \Y. Boach of Kevelstoko aforesaid,  uiining broker, in trust for the bonpfit of his  creditor-.  The "said deed wa** executed by tbe said  FranP Vandall and Gcorse \V. Ucaeh on the  1611) day of November, I-H'S. All persons having claims ajratnst tbe said Frank Vandall arc  required on or before the v  20th day of December. i3*)3f  to send, to the Trustep full  particulars of the  fame duly verified, inge-ther   with the partieu-  lar-i of thc seciiTitv fif run ) hrio bv them.  AND XOTKT. IS II"C!<ni-iY GIVKN Hint after  tbe ������aM -Tub day of Decern her, 1^08, the Trustee  will proceed to dis.tribute tbe as^eu onions  tho-e creditors whose claims shall have been  Indeed wilh him. and tlmt he will not be  responsible after said date for the a^ets so  distributed or any part then-of, to any per-on  or Ticr*ons. firm i tr corpora tinn of whose debt  or  cinim   he  phall  not   then  have  received  i >"u\eiiib������-r:  . P. IbOi.  WHIT?:. GWIM-IM A: SCOTT.  Policitors for tbo a'bove-ndxn-ed Trustee.  A meeting nf the creditors of the *-aid Frank  -"ftn.lall v.ill beheld ct theoflic. of the Tni������tcC  front Pi.. Re. *������istoke, 1^. C . on .Mondav the Sth  day of December, 1������:<S, at two O'clock in the  afternoon.  rated at Itevel������toke, B. C the 21nt dav of  Nureniber, A. 1>. 1S9~>.  WHITE. GWILLIM Ja POOTT,  Sullcltorh for tbe ubove-uamed Trus-tce-.  >il  4

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