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 I 1   /.-  ^^T'C>t-^?--<  f   /*  -v  i^* c  //  Y  -ISSTTED   TWIOE-A-WEEK- -V7-EiIDlsrESX)A.irS    .A-U-TID    S.A.TTT:R,:Dj������l.YS-  Vol.   111.     No.    11.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1899.  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  B. Hume The Great Departmental Store  & Co.  We have decided  to  drop our  Dry Goods  Line  Until We Have More Room at  our disposal,  BOURNE BROS.  N.E. KOOTENAY ELECTION  PECULIAR     PROCEEDINGS     ON  NOMINATION DAY AT DONALD  WC WELLS DECLARED ELECTED  And in order lo clear it out at once  To Make Room  For a Much  Larger  Stock,  of  Gents'  ? _   Furnishings  and  Boots and Shoes  We   Will   Offer the   Entire Stock    -  At  Actual  Cost.  There is positively no humbug;   about this offer:    we  must have the room for our  ^Gents'     Furnishings     and ~  Boots and Shots, which are now  on ,thi>. way: THESE GOODS  MUST GO AND OUR LOW  PRICES vViLL SELL THEM.  -Conie-and--Exa."r.:ne-t!ie_stock=and���������  Get Our Prices.  FEBRUARYCHEAP SAbE  Now is the best time to buy when reductions have reached their lowest.point and.  when every effort is being made to give a grander finish to the February of. 1809.  than any of its predecefsors. The special bargains to be offered  tomorrow will  mike   things  lively all  Over  the store;   every one of them priced with the sole  object ot turning theni into money. ' . ���������"-  REMARKABLE SALE  OF BRESS  G0ODS  The   Dress  Goods   chief has determined to make a clean sweep of all winter dress  stuffs and is using desperate means to accomplish his'object in  tbe   way; of price    c  reducing.      To-morrow hundreds of yards of beautiful, stylish and choice materials  go on stile at prices which for lowness has never before been equalled..  Dress Goods  .95  .f.35  At 20r. a j-ht.1. i'lvc pieco.i of drons material,  plain effects all exquisite goodii that are  good value at Ilia a vard. The llig nn  "-tore'stalc Price *  ZU  XI 00c a yard. Seventy-'five yiirdn Siivv Blue  Serge, all wool, regular price 7Sc.; The cn  Big Store Sale Price  OU  A t 93c a yard���������Kive piece* ol Dress Material  comprising fancy Droelies, Hills llnisli materia!.-; anil other fashionable fabrics, all tliifl  1-en.inn's styles, regular $1.33. The Hig  Store':. Sale Price   At ar.1'. a yard���������About ;i0 yft.cU all wool Croam  Crepon,    rctrular    price   COc.   The' Ui������  Store'.-, Sale Price       Lace .Curtain Sale *  Nottingham l.acc Curtain*, full 3 yards nn  Long, gcod patterns, Sale Price OU  Kine l.acc Curtain*"in preltvpatterns flv i nn  New design*, lor spring.  Sato prli:������ d_ I .U U  Dainty Lace Curtains lu specially !ine patterns  pretlv borders, regular value *-, G> I EC  .ale Price    U> I .00  Wfeite Wear Sale   -' ---.  Ladies' Cornet Covers'In White (;arabric, \r  high and square necfc . exquisitely trlinnietl,  regular value, :f!._,. 1 he JJIg Slore Sale -j r  Price I 0  I.adieu' Fine Cambric Chemises, circular neck.  Trimmed    with   Embroiderv.    Special "7������  -Value '31  Ladle*"' Fine Cambric Drawers, umbrella style,  handsomely trimmed in em- il__������t/i<i1 ^C  broidery, price ranging from o"' IU���������Clt^O  The Embroidery Sale  New Hand Loom Cambric, embroidery edging,  open   work patterns.     Usual price 8e..  The llig Store's .sale price   New Hand Loom Cambric Embroideries, about  Oini'hes nidi', splendid value at SOe.  , The Big Store's Sale Price   Nevv Hand Loom Cambric Embroidery, about  10 inches wide, special value -10c, The  llig Store's Sale Price   Ladies' Vests  If yon dou't know about the great burgaliiR in  - tliest goods offered here daily it will pay to  do so at once.    -  Ladies'. Heavy .Iltbbed  Winter  Vests,    extra  lonpt, button   front,  long  sleeves,. Ribbon,  natural color, rcmilar price fl,'&.    The _~7"_;.  -...*.'....-���������.��������� I u  A  K)Ut  ..|8  .bout  .25  il'igS'ore's Sale Price .  i Ladies' , combinations   Scotch Woo!,-  button  dovvn   front, 'tinkle   length,    long   sleeves,  regular price $~.-~i. The liig Store's fi;  Hale Price   y>  .75  Why we Are Doing It  Our Clothing Price Reductions arc due to  change ol Brand, as alter the lirst of March  we sell nothing but our own Brand. Free  alterations and delivery on two hours'  notice. ".. .1  Bargains in Kitchen ware  Kitchen ware claims particular 'attention  from thc economical housekeeper to-morrow  everything for housekeeping at very low  prices. - ��������� .  Grocery Section  Kux Joy Cleaned Currants 15c per lb.  Selected California Three Crown Raisins 10c.  Pure Extracted Honey Jars Soc.  California Dried Figs 12>������c. per ib.  California Pitted Plums 15e..per lb.  Blue Ribbon Seeded Raisins 15c. per lb.  Keillor's Marmalade, Jars, 25c. and 50c.  Superfine Eugle Chocolate 40c. per lb.  McLaren's Imperial Cheese.     -    -  Crosse i Blaekivcll's assorted jams.  Crockery^vare  Fifteen Chamber Setts,, regular price An rrj  Jo.   Tho Big Store's Sole Price SPO.OU  By the Returning" Officer Who Arrives  After the Time for Taking Nominations Has Closed'With W. C. Well's  Nomination in His Pocket���������A Nomination for T. Forrest Refused.���������A  ���������Mixed Up Affair from the Beginning  Nomination dny for the bye election  in North Enst Kootenay was fixed for  lust Monday in the Donalel court  house. J. E. Griffith-, the returning  officer, was not at Donald when the  time for taking nominations arrived.  T. Plowright of Golden, had come in  the night before stilling thai hu had  been appointed deputy returning officer by Mr. Griffiths, who, it was understood, had' resigned the* position of  returning officer and intended himself  to run us a candidate. However Mr.  Ploivright had not got the writ vvith  him ,nor had he been sworn in. In  consee-uenee'he was unable* to act and  when nomination papers and the usual  deposit of $200 were tendered him on  behalf of ,T. Forrest of Donald, hi'  declined to accept them. In the meanwhile Mr. Griffiths had not yet arrived  and one* o'clock, the hour for closing  the nominations, came and went and  nothing had been or could be done.  At four minutes past one Mr. Griffiths  walked up lo the court house'  and Mr. J. Pitts tendered him papers  nominating ��������� himself, J.* E. Griffiths,  us candidate, which - he refused to  accept. Then Mr.1?. H. Corson handed  T. Forrest's papers and deposit whicli  lie also distinctly re-fused. lie; then  read the', proclamation laid down in  the   act   and -declared   _W. C  papers we're not on liilnl nt the appointed hour anil place. Tlie long aiiel  the short, of the matter is llml there  has lmi~.ii iirilhing done so far in the  niatlor of the North Eist Kootenai-  election nl. nil. The only ditly tendered  nomination was refused and in con*,p-  flUenci* nolioily h.is been nominated  and nobody elected by acclniiMlion or  any either way. Tliey vvill have to  appoint another nomination day unci  begin all over again unless the Attorney-General step., in with 'i short net  appointing Mr. Wells niemlier.  Thus. Forrest, F. II. Cor.-on.' XV. L.  Caldwell and J. Shaw have wired to  Victoria a protest against the rutin n  of W.C. Wells as member for N. E.  Kootenay on the ground thai the  returning officer would not accept T.  Fori cat's nomination.  Revelstoke s Great Departmental Store  KELLIE IS CHALLENGED  TO   PRODUCE    THE    CHARGES  AGAINST MR. SIBBALD  OR CONFESS THERE ARE NONE  It is No Use His Trying to Evade  the  Issue as the Real Facts of  thc   Case  Are Known to Everybody and it is No  Use   Skulking   Any    Longer���������Come  Out   Kellie   and   Explain   Yourself-  . Fair and Square Reasons. Asked Fo  When Mr. Sibbald vvas  called   upon  to resign   bis position as Geild  Coin  niissioner  he returned  thc following  answer: '   '   '  Reve*lstoke, Jan. 7, 1808.  Fred Kume, E9c~...   .    ' *     ���������  Provincial Secretary,  Victoria. '   ���������     -  Sir:   I have the honor to.'acknoiy-  ledge receipt of youi'coiiimiinication  Wells  ������^ t^le "^ i,1Hfc' and in "reply wnuld.say  SEVERELY    CRITICIZED  BY THE LIBERAL MEMBER FOR  NEW WESTMINSTER  MORRISON AND THE KLONDIKE'  To Clear out  Some Odd Lines  In Ladies' Fine Shoes, Slippers  and Overshoes, vve ai e offering them  at prices below cost, A Splendid  $5 Shoe at $3 is only & sample.  Ladies'  Tarn O' Shanters  A Complete stock of latest design  in these at large reductions. A $1  Tarn goes now at 50 Cents.  Haig"  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  -townsite  MINING/     a  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor ISloclc. Mi'Kcii7ie .Ave., UevclstoKC Kla.  ' Monoy to Loan.  XV. White, Q. C. J. . I. Hcott. B.A., LL.B.  K. L. Gwillim.  HARVEY.   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitoi-s,    Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Companv funds to loan at 8 per cent.  ejfll.'eii:   Molhous Bank Block.  First Street,   Revelsloke Station,  B. C.  The Above cut Prices, of  Course, only  apply to CASH purchases.  WE ARE AGENTS FOR  AND OTHER GOOD BRAND8  C. B. Hume & Co.,  'WHOLESALE    AND     UKTAIL  tiHNKKAl.MEIU.IIANT.s  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  DrnyiiiK and delivery workr.spccia.-tv. Teams  always ready ou shortest notice. Contract* for  Jobbing taken. AWT--'gent for the Standard  Oil Company.  Scientific Cookery  Miss Livingstone, a graduate of the*  Boston Bchool or domestic science and  until recently superintendent of the  Ottawa school of science', will arrive in  tovvn from Vancouver on Sunday  morning and will oper! her course of  instruction pi nimbly on. the Tuesday  following iu the vacant store in the  McCarty block. Miss Livingstone has  liufn-lccLui-ing-iti-thiiicoast-cities-tliis  fall and winter with great success.  She usually commences with a free  lecture for the first one so iis to give  eveiybody a chance of. forming an  acrjiiaintancc with ber methods. No  dnubt the housekeepers of Kevelstoke  will welcome, lhe opportunity of learning scientific methods of food preparation which will enable them to  place the cooking for their families  on nu intelligent and economical basis.  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office and Residence, two doors cast Cowan  Hlock.  THinD S1KKKT, CENTRE.  Night and Day Calls attended to.  Telephone ooiinection.  IADIES' EMPORIUM  Tn ed Street, Centre.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment of Fancy  Goods  in  town.  M. K. Lawson.  Wedding BellSj,  The delayed No. 1 last night was  awaited with considerable interest. II.  did not arrive till midnight, and vvjien  it dirl ono of tlie fair passengers, Mifcs  Annie Boselly, of Bellville, Out!, was  met by Mr. II. X.. Lovering and escorted to lhe Methodiht parsonage, when',  in spile of the lateness of the hour  Rev. S. J. Thompson 'was waiting to  tie the knot. The bride vvas attended  by Miss Evans, while Mr. J. E. Lovering supported his brother. Mrs S. J.  Thompson prepared a midnight, lunch,  which was much appreciated by those  present. The Hkrald extends  congratulations.  Fire Fiend Visits C. J. Aman.  At-i'i". M. on Monday the firo fiend  spoke in lurid words from the roof of  'Aman's store and its awe-inspiring  voice aroused- t.he slumbering chief of  Fire Brigade'No. 3, Capt. Eclson, who.  quickly assembling bis men at his  command, attacked-the fiend with all  the ingenious contrivances for extinguishing Hre which modern science  lias_created.__Quickly, -by__tlie_supei_.  human efforts of thoso unselfish citizens, the all devouring flames were  subdued, and hot and breathless the  firemen retired to the C.P.R. Hotel,  where in characteristically generous  fashion Mr. Aman liquidated his debt  of gratitude. Kevelstoke may well be  proud nf its flii* brigades, vvheiso niein-  liers, when duty calls, so nobly risk  life tinel limb in the jaws of such terrible conflagrations as wo have so recently witnessed to save the life and  limb of its citizens.���������Com.  Pectoral Balsam  .WILL CUKE.  Coughs  Colds  Bronchitis  Influenza,  Cold in  thc   Head,   Asthma  and all Throat and Lung Affections.  It will also be found  helpful in   Kidney  and Urinary Diseases.  C. E. REID & CO.  Funeral of F. H. Corson.  The funeral of llu; late F. H. Cm-son,  whii vvas killed in the recent catastrophe at Rogers Pass, took plticu from  the residence of his father, F. H.  Corson, at Donald on Sunday, Feb.  5th. The service vvas conducted by  Archdeacon McKay and Kev. Mr. Turner. Mr. Corson vvas the son of thu  well-known C.P.It. engineer, Mr. F. H.  Corson, and a large concourse of residents of Donald were present at tne  funeral, thus testifying to their sympathy with the frmilv of-the deceased  elected* by 'acclamation.- Mr. .Wells',:  p.ipcrs were not .produced nor was he  named lo the.electors as_a. candidate.  IIo was simply, declared,, elected by  acclamation. Afterwards in the  courthouse Mr. Griffiths admitted to  Mr. Corson that he thought the  papers handed .him"by, Mr. Corson,  were papers nominating himsellV J. E.  Griffiths, as a candidate, and therefore refused theni. Mr. Corson  replied that the government.-did .not  pay hiin for thinking anil that he  should have been there on lime*.  Since, although it vvas perfectly  legitim.ite for Mr, Wells to bund his  nomination papers and deposit to the  returning oflicer at any time and  place afLer the issue of lh'" proclamation he chose, still the mere fact of  their being in possession of that officer  was riot enough. Any particular por-  tion of space occupied by Mr. Griffiths  A Plea for Resident Workingmen.  Editor Hekald���������Sir,���������I ask space  in your columns in behalf of working-  men lesident in this town to ask where  and how a man has to go about to get  a job on this river bank now. There  are men here who live here that have  been promised work from the start  hut kept waiting from time to time.  Novv the foreman tells them they are  full handed, and when asked about  promising and then putting on strangers they say those strangers have  heen sent to them and they have to  take theni. Now, who has a man to  go to t*i get those orders and how  much do they cost, as there are some  men living here who would like to get  work if it does not cost too much.  They have no money to pay in advance,  hut might contribute 11 percentage of  wage if necessary. Some of them have  been here feir years anil are willing to  work at anything tbey can get. - Novv,  any one giving information that will  put these men on the right track will  confer a great f.-i-vor to workingmen.*  J. McCallom.  up to the hour of 1 p. in. on February  6th, 1809, was not proclaimed to be  the place of nomination, but the town  of Donald. B. C, where, nccirding to  Section 03 the returuingofficer Should  at the time stated iu his proclamation  have proceeded lo the hustings in the  open air, at such a place as lhat all the  electors might have free access thereto,  and should there have iiiiule in the  presence of the electors proclamation  and should then and there have read  the writ of election and then and there  have mimed to the electors present  the person or persons who had notified  him in the manner provided by law  that they were candidates for election  to fill the vacancy iu the legislative;  assembly." The returning officer not  being present these duties devolved  upon the election clerk, whose business it certainly vvas I o have declared  T. Forrest elect eel by acclamation,  if he had been properly qualified  to do so. The nomination pel haps  belonging to W. C. Wells, uot having  been produced at the time and place  mentioned in tl.e returning officers  proclamation were useless. It is true  that the returning officer appointed  by the government, bad them in his  pocket; but that does not belli Mr.  Well's case. The returning officer not  being in person at the place of nomination was really not0 the* returning  officer  for   time    being   at   all.  Of course under these circumstances  the action taken hy Mr. Griffiths during the aftprnoon in declaring W. C.  Wells elected by acclamation was  beside the case altogether. He might  just as well have declared him Lieut.-  Governor of British Columbia or  Emperor of Timhuctoo. The election  clerk being unable to do his duty at  the appointed hour. Mr. Griffiths had  no power to come in at any hour or  day afterwards that suited his convenience and declare anything, much less  to declare-a candidate elected whose  as I know of no reason fur resigning,  and as'l have 11 clianicte'i-'to 'maintain',*  as a ma'tt.-t- of justice I'demand the  fullest investigation of any complaints  made against me, and I feel' confident  I can show a clear recoiel, and thut the  investigation vvill show those making  the complaint up in a very unenviable  light.  ' I have the honor to be. Sir.  Your obedient  -ervunt, ���������  .  John D. Sibbald.  Government Agenl.  To this straightforward appeal for  simple justici;���������the' little tin gods ut  present ruling the Victoria most have  so far paid no attention. All that  Mr. Eberts' question in the house  elicited was a copy of the Provincial  Secretary's demand on Mr. Sibhald to  resign and of Mr. Sibbald's answer as  given above. In. his letter .the Pro.:  vincial Secretary ' adduced as the  reason for the demand that "certain  representations had been made."  What these representations were "and  who made them has never appeared.  Mr. Sibbald demanded an investigation which has not heen granted. Al!  that can be got out of the Mail is  naturally dirt and more ditt.  Now thi* Herald hereby challenges  Kellie to pioduce the charges ng.iii^t  Mr. Sibbald if there are; any. The  HERALD challenges Kellie to come nut  like a man and not be sneaking t-.ny  longer behind the Lieut.-Governnr's  petticoats. Tliere is nothing gained  for Kellie by all this dodging and  skulking. Everybody in town knows  thai Mr. Sibbald's dismissal was due  partly to Kellie's own bitter personal  animosity against Mr. Sibbald and  partly to the necessity of making a  place for some one of Kellie's supporters. Everybody in town kuow.-,  that two. if not three, others besides  Couisier had the pioinise of the position. Somebody had to have it.  though why Kellie gave it lo the one;  of the whole crowd vvho had the !e<tst  following and influence is another  addition tr. the many unsolved mysteries of Kellie's political career. All  these things are palent to everybody.  Tliere is no use in Kellie's trying to  conceal the facts from the public. If  there were any charge* againt-t Mr.  Sibbald the HERALD again challenges  him to produce them. If there aie  none the Herald ngain challenges  him to come out like a man and say  so. But the Herald knows right  well that Kellie dare do neither the  one thing or the other. He is not man  enough to do either,.  After   Several   V/eek3   Spent   on   the  Yukon Creeks���������A  Good   Liberal   Denounces the Fav.-cett Administration���������'  ���������The Crown Reserves and  the  Roy-'  alty���������The    Sifton   Policy   is   Suicidal  and a Blight to the" Country.  Mr. Atiluy Morrison, M. P. for New '  Westminster,  after   spending several '  weeks in visiting the Klondike  creeks '  and gathering  the actual   facts  from/���������  the miners themselves has unburdened  hiuisi'lf in a very outspoken interview  published   iu   the   Klondike   Nugget. '  Theieportof the interview reads as  follows:  " Mr. Morrison, as a member of tho 1  party in power, regretted   very   much  -  to find so many cases of maladmiiiia-   -  trillion of  the mining  regulations  by   .  representatives   of   lhe    government.    ,  In all our travels and  in  conversation    -  with   scores   of   men,    hard-working  ��������� -  miners for the most part,  vve  failed to     :  find a single man   who  could- speak   a    -  good word for the  gold "commissioner   .'  or     his     subordinates    The   general   -  feeling seemed to prevail over all  tho -  creeks   that. Mr.   Favvcetl's   tidininis- '  tration   lias  proven, ii   blight   to  the  **  development of   thc country.     Hun-  '  dreds of   men,   discouragecr'and   disheartened, have left for the outside or * ���������  for the lower country,, driven   out  hy  lhc conviction that an honest man had  110 show against the manipulations  of   .'  schemers. - The 'entire   "workings "of    -  the administration of lbe laws stem to    -  have been directed against the  efforts   *  of the honest prospector and  in  favor  of tlie speculator.  a. suicidal policy  "'.Mr.   Morrison   considers    it    most-  disgraceful that so many  willing  men  are compelled to accept lays on claims    ���������  instead of being ablo to  work  ground  whicli they cim   call   tlieir  own.    The  policy of the government in  reserving  for  the  Crown  all   fiacl'ons and'the  alternate blocks of  10  claims  he  considers    as     being    preposterous   and  suicidal.     If the government attempts  to  work   these  claims   they  will  cost  more   than  lhey    will   produce.    The  -oulv-Milulion-for-the matter-is that-tho ���������  ' - *������    ,  government tin ovv these claims open  for reslakiug.  , -~" ���������  ROYALTY  TAX  UNJUST  " Again, afierlooking tbe sittiHtioiv  over carefully and thoroughly, he is of *  the opinion that tlm royalty tax is unjust aud uncalled for/an.'! should be immediately removed. It is a burden  which tbcgovernmeiit is unwise in placing upon the people. Mr. Morrison objects very strenuously to the'golil commissioner's decision whereby certain  claims on Dominion creek are more  than 1.000 feet in width. It is bis  belief thnt these claims should be cut  up into four parts and in this way men  vvho are working lays or pulling their  sleds over the ice in order to gi:l"oiit of  the country could secure claims of"  their own."  Say Nothing But Saw Word.  To the Editor ol tfcj Herald:  Sir: Iu yo ir issue datod _tli inst.,  I notice a statement that two men  can cut five cords of wood per day at,  $1.75 per cord, thus earning daily $.75-  between them. This I beg to flntly  contr.ulift and 1 confidently assert  and I think tbat practical men will  bear me out when 1 say that two men  cutting vvood ;it this season of tho  year are doing good work when they  cut. three cords per day.. 1 it.ay also  add the only remuneration which a,  man is lidely to get is an order on the  stores and in a very rare case an odd  dollar. (.  Trusting that you vvill give this  the .  same publicity in your esteemed paper  that   you   have   given   the   aforesaid  statement.  I beg to remain yours truly.  J. -Mai.ky.  ::szj  ..*���������.  _____-_____: .������������������-. >������������������������_���������-  i*lr   i������-w������ ' v.*-"!-*-*--���������  _.j*-';tit^j'-U'-Ji'1  .aV  PbiM" and Eagle fass Districts  A   JOMWBON Proprietor.  ��������� a___l-W.ekly Journal published ln the  l������ler-i>t. or Ke.elstokc and the surrounding  district, -Wednesdays and diiturdajs, making  :li,M.>icuBB-Clli-ni witn all irains  jUrtriialng Rales: Uicplay ails, fl.fiO per  . slums Itch. $2.09 por loch when lnsortedon tlilo  >*r������ Lecal ans. 12c pur (nonpareil) lino for  ������'.i iriertl." _; go for earh addltlonallosorlion.  IU_dl_c noticed. Uc por line each isauo. BI ~jh,  __rriBMMnd Death notices, froo.  B-bscrijti.- Kates: By mall or carrier ?2 00  _������r uiiB ; 11.15 for six uionthd, strlolly In  ��������� ur j'ob Dctariuunl: "J 11K Hkkai.I) Job  ���������epartiBCBl Is ono of lho best equipped  pnuUnK otrces in Wesi Kootenay, anil is pro-  pared io esccnto all kinds of printing in llrst  ci������.������.tylc at honcse prices One prico to all.  No job tco largo-nonn t. o unall���������forus. J Iiu!  ordsrspr inpuy iiucndiiel to. Give ua a trial  th i our ncji o* d.r. .    , .  'lo Ci;rrn.ponc!cni������: V c Inv correspondence un any subject of Interest Vo tliu (jenural  public. Mid desire a relinbli regular corruB-  pci.dent In every local!1 surrounding  Kevclbiokc. InallcHscs the bona lido mum  i.i the writer niuMnri-'Oiji. nny iiianuscrlpt, but  not ncce^sarMy for put"HcMion.  Adortas all <-oiniminicutionfl  REVELSTOKE HERALD  R .velstoke. B.C  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1. All correspondence muBt bo legibly  *��������� in .-ii on oinf-idoof lh" paper only.  1. Correspondence contai-inK personal  i-miiM-minTi bcoimied with tbo pr per niiine  cf the writer.  a. Ourieaponrience vviih referoneo to am  inline tbat has appsarul In another papci  rmn-t flrtt be ofTerco for publication to that  laper before it can appear in llIK HKKAM"-  01  WEDNESDAY,   FEURUAHY   S,   ~S!"!>.  MISFIT   IMMIGRATION  Exchange  The report    of the   select   stantlmg  committee on  agriculture and coloni-  yation   divulges   some   curious   insido  information regarding    the    Galician  pesi       AVhat is  this country" coming  to'     Doukhobors pouring in by thousands on the eastern slope, Galicians  i-warming   over  the   central   portions,  and rats taking possession o������ Dawson  City, one would imagine that Canada  had    become    a    veiltable     clumping  pround  for the refuse  of civilization  Mr   James A. Smart, deputy minister  of tht interior, vvas put into the sweat  box some time back and explained the  success   of Ualician    immigration    -is  being   due   to   a    certain - Piofessor  Oleskow,   whose  sphere   of  usefulness  lies in Austria.     It must, be admitted  that the Professor is u hustler, since  he   has   sent  forward   no   fewer   than  15.000 Galicians.     Mr. Smart was cure-  fill to explain that this gentleman wns  not an agent, and received nothing for  his   work;   though   on   being pressed,'  he admitted that the genial Professor  had  been  given  an   advance  of   ioOl)  to carry on his vork.     Of S,000 European   immigrants   for   the   past  year,  more than 4,000 vera  Galicians.      A  little over   a    thousand    were    from  Great Britain, and a very small number  indeed  from Ireland.      Ot course,  as  Mr.  Smart said,  this was  all  the;  Professor's    fault.      He vvas    such    a  much better hustler than    the    other  fellows working elsewhere.     The Galicians were a smart race.      Although  they  came from  that  part of Poland  annexed     to      Austria,     they    spoke  neither Polish  nor    Austrian,    but a  distinct and almost obsolete dialect of  Russian,   which   no    one   elso   could  speak.      Hence they must be smarter  than the general run of peoplo.    Noils  this the only obsolete thing about  iheni,   as!  those   who   have   watched  their habits in the vicinity of Edmon  Britain's Trade for Last Year Reviewed  ��������� Effects of the Reduction of Postage Rates���������The HaDitual Inebriates  (From our own Corr������-po_il������iit)  London. January 17.  During lhe curly pni'l of 1SU;> tllu  rxperieiiee of former yours has been  ropeiiiPil both in tl'o ifO"1 0l "'PO'ls  and tlitil ol' Imports, lbe former ilo-  i.ri'iisiiig while the latter have increased. Compiii'liig tlio llrst nine  months of tho present year with ti  similar period or 1803, u growth liv imports is shown of JM0.07.I.2IS, more  than 13 por cent; articles of lootl nnel  drink being responsible for moro than  half. The record of I lie trade barometer us to exports for lhc second  succession yonr indicates tt decline;  but when the present year is cam-  pared with ISOi*. tin increase in value  to thc extent of ������0,000,000 is disclosed although prices have been  lower. Takon as a- whole the year  lias been ono of prosperity' in trade  and commerce.  -*  REVIEW   OF  BRITISH    TRADE   IN  1S0S  If wo were asked to name any feature thai distinguished in a special way  tho trade of 1S9S, the probable reply  would bo that it. vvas tho home d;-  mantl. In no previous year has tlio  demand beon so enormous. This tact  has been eluc to many causes, bul  most of all to tbo exceptionally largo  amount of ship building work both  fo" the royal and for the mercantile  servico: to the rconiclcsciicc of municipal enterprise in all parts of the eoitn-  l-.-}-, In building up systems of electric  lighting, gas, water and s-anltary  works, and promoting tramways and  light railway systems; and tho extraordinary amount of private enterprise exhibited in laying down a new  piant of almost every description���������new  engine', now boilers, now niachino  lools,  now  olectri'      equipments,  and  Now   Vork.   February  1.���������A   Washington  special  to Thu Tribune  says:  Maximo   Gomez,  Cuban    Commander-  fJcnei-ul,  demands  nearly    5(J0,OU0,UO")  from the United States and refuses to  disband  his "army" until tlio  money  Is paid.      Uo  lias repudiated  tho ar-  ningouu'pi  made  by  Callxto    Garcia,  who came to Washington'with authority from Gomez lo provide for the return  of the Cubans lo tlieir peaceful  pursuits, and whose work was barely  accomplished beforo his sudden dentil  on December Uih.  It vvas then agreed  that the United States, lu order to secure  the prompt resumption of labor  on  the plantations of tlio Island, and  with a view to promoting tho speedy  revival of prosperity and settled conditions,  should  distribute  about    ?li,-  000.000  among   the  30,000  said  Id   bo  sllll  under arms'* In the ratio ot $100  u man, the ollicers   in proportion    io  thoir rank to receive a greater amount  and  the ordinary enlisted men to  bo  discharged willi sums loss than $100,  ck-pendlng on  thc length     of sorvieo  and  other  considerations.      For  ovor  u. month   the pay  corps ot tho  army  has been making ready to carry out  this  arrangement,  thc    national    defence fund    being    available    tor the  purpose. Gomez hns come out against  lho scheme, which was operating satisfactorily to most Cubans and has demanded greater stakes. It Is olliclally  known hero that he is endeavoring to  dissuade Cubans from accepting ollice  under the American occupation and is  uiging all tho natives of every grade  to  stay with  lilm  ln  the field,  until  the  United States is compelled to ac-  cncio  to his   torms    of    disbandmoiu.  Gomez alleges that li.s army consis'.s  r.f 40,000 men and he insists that most  of.lhem shall bo paid for three years'  service at the ratos whicli prevail in  the United States army.     He fixes tho  date  of the Cuban declaration of independence  at  February  'i-i,   1893,  as  the beginning of lho period for which  himself and   his  forces arc  to bo remunerated, and for himsolf, with tho  rank of lieutenant general, he will lie  satisfied with  511,000    annually,    tho  American rate for that grade. Gomez  nlso has about 20 major generals, for  each   of   whom   he   wants   57.600   annually, anil   his "army" Is    eQUipped  200   brigadier    generals,  j oac'li rated according to    the    United  St. Leon  Hot  Springs  ���������    Upper Arrow Lake,  ammmmmmwmimmmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmta  I  THE MOLSONS BANK  1  ������ INCOKPOHATBD UT ACT OB1  PAIILI .MKNT, 1855.  ������  ������ PAID UP CAPITAL  fc REST FUND  *fc DIKRCTOKS:   "A'... Moi.fun M.UM'ii-iisuX  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  - $2,000,000  - $1,600,000  I'tceleliMil:  9.   H. Ewiko. Vloe.Pn.__l.l_-t)  XV. M. Kamsay, Hamuki. Fi .i.kv, II.nhy Aiiciiiiiai.h, .1. 1". _"���������._<: unit.*/,  II. Maiiki.A-Ii Miii.son.  K. Wokkhiiiiin Thomas, Gonuinl Mn imgcr.  A gei-ernl banking business transactrd  rates.  Interest allowed at current  .1. D. MOLSON,  i  M.lKAIIKll,  ItKl'lII.HIIlKK,  II, C.  BRITISH COLUMBIA  T.HE JVUJ.LNG  EXCMiNGE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE   .   .  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  The bar is supplied with tho best brands of'V^inos,  Liquors   nad   Cigius.  new insiallatioi-    ..ciicrally: and to tli ^   recognition in a much larger measure j ^-"itji""noarlv  than   at  any   previous  parioil   of   the  encroachment  ot  foreign  competition, j ptatcs  amy Tay  tai,lo  at  ?5,500  an  and   tho  consequent  necessity  ol   ro-   mla]Iv. This aggregates the nice little  constructing oltl  plants and adopting j BUm *o|- ?;ii7si,000 for generals alone;  wherever  possible  the  latest,  type  of i t|1P!,  thoro    arc    colonel?,    lieutenant  "Well Known for Their  Health Giving Propsrties.  Both Hotels Opgq for the Winter  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A. Conveyance is run in connection with thc Steamers  and the Springs.  Good Accommodation both* at   the   Springs   and at  tiro Landing.       _  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free. '     Kates  $1.25 per" day." '-.   "  SOS LID.ND'Proprietor  F. JAeOH-RTY  labor saving    tools,    appliances    aiiel j  processes generally.  All Ibis is, no doubt due to the results of the political situation whicli���������  based on larger ideas of Imparlal  powers, and responsibilities, and  looking lo tho increase of British  prestige abioatl���������has given sanction  to the development, in a colossal scale,  of our first arm of defence, and to the  assumption of an altitude in imperial  alfairs generally, wliich justifies the  hope and tho expectation of novv markets of tho lirst importance boing  available in the immediate future.  In  the work of development  it has  been   necessary   to  a   large  extent  to  tiUee advantage    of foreign     help in  many branches of industry, American  lathes.    American    cranes,    American  rolls, and American ideas in other directions havo boon adopted and appli-  cd.   often   for   the   first   timo.       If  it  should prove���������as generally it may be  | expected  to  elo���������that  the   iunav.vions  | in question are attended with economy  .or other advantages, their use is iiko-  i ly to spread, and    the    general    clli-  leieney of British industrv  ton can  testify,  their code of morale!1""-'''1':1   u/ f"'1"511 industry  is thereby  having  been   condemned   as  far  back  co,'trl,������ to be raised to a higher level.  as  the Garden ef Eden  era. Although       , LARGE INCREASE OF MAILS  ihe  Scotch  are    generally  recognized I     The reduction   of   postage   rates   to  as the best settlers, only 205 of them j many British  colonies to  ono pennv  eame   ovt-r   into    Manitoba    and   theirs led to a large increase in colon-  North West, and only C9 Irish."'There  ial letters despatched from this coun-  v.*ere 520 German immigrants anel 474' fry.   The   mails   to   thc   East   Indies,  Scandinavians.      It was  remarked  by! Hong  Kong   and   the   Straits   settle-  Mr. Davin. who conducted a good deal' nients has increased 30 per cent, the  of the probing, that for the "elaborate   mail to Canada 50 per cent, and that  stag of agents working in Ireland.__'i_ to_ the______est__.nrUes_30__p������__eo_t.���������=���������~^  immigrants seemed a "very small re- [~C"OMlNG FRENCH REVOLUTION  turn. But what was moat humiliat-! In some well informed quarters ic is  ing and galling to Canadians present | shrewdly believed that Fran-e is on  was a statement to the effect that, the eve of another revoliitlo". Seem-  the government pays to the steam-: ingly the only possible solution of the  ship companies* booking agents a'pclitical situation is a "coup d'etat,"  commission of ������!1 each on passengers; and it is well known that Prince Vic-  booked on the continent, and only 7-tor Napoleon is fully alive to,his ops-hillings for each passenger booked' poriunity. and all that is needed is  In Greal Britain or Ireland. In fact.i the match to set the blaze to the train  the market valuevof a Galician is 13, that has been laid for the last month  bob higher ihan thai of an English-! cr two. The Buonapartlsts are very  man.       The    booking    agents    must' active, and speak confidently of suc-  rolonels   and ., majors  run into thousands.  whose  numbers  SMALL POX  Entire Fa.~tly Wiped Out  Smith's Falls, Onl., February 3.���������  ll Is slat eel that the entire Brown  family of Wolfoid Centre is down  with small pcx. Tho family consists  of mothor. two daughters und son.  The rather died from the same dis  case last week.  PLEASANT JOB  Ottawa, February 3.���������J. D. McGreg  or   lias   been   appointed    license  spector of the Yukon district  RUDYARD  KIPLING  New York, r'orruary ,'!.���������Rudyard  Kipling  ai rived   hcr3   yesterday.  Tho worst blizzard of the year raged  in Ohio this week.  Winnipeg claims 3000 increase of  population   during   1SSS.  Twenty-six below zero at St. Paul,  and 3S at other points in Minnesota.  .Wholesale and-Ketail Dealer in   . -PRIJAE BEEF, PORK,  JV.UTT0.N J\m 'BJI-lDSJlfiB  lrish   and   Game   in"''"'Season.    .   Markets   at   Kevelstoke,"  Kevelstoke Station, 'Nakusp, Trout 'Luke City, and Ferguson.  Columbia House  .The   largest hotel   in   town.  *     Centrally    locatod  * .Choice   Wines, ��������� Liquors   aDd  Cigars ���������.  Best    accommodation. -     ��������� .Rates    SI  per -  day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Proprietor.  Revelstoke  rectory  uity  (1807-93) Q  for 1899  Now in Course of Preparation  Il will tnki* ibrcc montli? to compile.  aloiifr.    It will lm *  -t  Frcip i  Bigger, Better, and Right Up-to-D_s.te  .ciili nuijp, etc:   ci-y council, nnd nl 1 comple:**;  KL-vcls-OKt/s    rrcoii-cv'--,    i ir I .n infants   lnisinc*m  houBi\c: in f.ici.-lie liiimliesi. book ever Issued  in ttevcNr-rikc    I'i'ice: ."fi rent.".  Advert M-ifr ratos ou application.  !_.  ?. PETTlPIEGi,  Rev. Istol^e  fin Excellent  Sermon ���������*T,u*,  Delivered .liffnro Lhe Orange  Lodge, No. 1U5S, at Revelsloke,  13 C, in the Methodist chinch  on Sunday morning Nov. Cob,  1S9S, by Rev. S. ,T. Thompson, -  in a neatly printed 13-pa,<e  piiinplilot.  There .1" e more hard fuels  and valuable information in  this little book'ct than you  can iitint������ine until you have  read ir. It's worth <i d*-llar if  it's worth a.cent.  Mailed to any address for 25c  RI P. PETTIPIECE, Revelstoke, B.C  fi:'. ^* . g&. jo?. fi&. fi?*. ^C.  ���������W; <sge>- gjs������- fa**- <s&������- ������_____��������������� jtt_  rx -������_,������������������<������*_.."_,___..^."-u,'\_������__..  ___���������".<__" . *__" .0* .fiS*.f*fi .fifi . ^ ./___-. ^*.^.fi*.&.  -Mr  ��������� ^���������^ST'\  have made a fine killing over the (Jal  irians.  It comes   out   in   thi?    re>port   that  those Galicians   are  rr.osi abject poverty.  cut to the North West unprovided' the great factor in the case, but,  with sufficient clothing, some of them i hroaelly speakititr. the oflWrs a**e  were living in huts and In such a con-j either Buonapartists or Orolanlsts.  dition as io generate disease. Shortly ��������� and the rank and file do without, hosi-  after the first batch came oul there tation what they aro told to do.Prlnce  were in the isolated building in con-j Victor, who is known to be a favor-  ricction with the Winnipeg immigra-:  tfon hall US cases, and a large nnm-!  bfir were quarantined for small pox. I  In the Winnipeg hospital there w.--re;  a goodly number suffering from dU-j  eases such  as erysipelas,  abscess and!  cess.   France is  heartily  sick  of thp  present  regime,   with   its  never   ending  ministerial   crisiscs.  and  a  tlior-  subjects    of thejoughly popular leader would soon put.  They had conifjan end to it.   The army is, of course.  ito at the Russian court is at prr-ar-nt  in Paris, and M. "-Dupuy is afraid to  put a finger on him. If lie; ellij so  it might mean the signal for tlie; rovo-  lution.and nobody knows who woulil  come out at the top. One thing is  Inflammation. A nice lot of diseased ' certain. Franco would fur the time  and busted people to turn loose on \ being suffer, and although her bursts  the helpless North West: As Mr.' of recuperation have before now as-  Olive-r well said, when you bring in aftcnished the worlel, there is no doubt  large number o! people who have no that -England, flerma-ny and America  means of their own and  who depsnd   woulel gain  at the    expense-    of    the  upon their hired labor in order to live  unless the labor and wages are available for them, they simplv cannot  Jive.  The ugliest feature of this report is  the sums of money paid to agents for  tkis thing and lhat thing. For instance, three steamship agents took a  jsunt���������what was it but a jaunt".'���������  through the North "West hefore starting for the other side, and, although  th.y had railroad passes, the following  , accounts (presumably for living expenses) were allowed: Mr. Devlin.  S206; Mr. Jury, S234; and Mr. O'Kelly.  .[238. The extraordinary fact a'so  came out that there is no local agent  ln England at all!  There are many other gleanings anel  exposes upon which we have* no space  to comment in this issue, but which  combine to make this report one or  the most amusing books of the season,  as funny as Three Men in a Rcat and  as pathetic as Dodo  French trade.  STRENGTHENING   THIS   I-'LK1_J  'J'ho record number of British war-  s.lnps is now building, amounting ti  11'.) vessels, ranging from the heaviest,  battleships to tiny torpedo Inat el<s-  troyers. The figures aro Hi lir-t  class iron elaels. liC cruisers, 11 sloops  and gunboats and 53 torpedo bo'ir.  di.'.strovers. The      armored     snips  building at a cost of over ,s:2������.0i)i),������iw.  number 2S, with a tonnage of over  350,000 ions, the number exceeding by  two the entire Russian fleet of battleships, and treble the number cf armored vessels in the American navy.  The whr:!e cf lhe:-e ships will bo r:el'!-  ed to the effective strength of tlio  Urilish navy by March 11103. while tho  First Lord ot the Admirally, Jlr  fieorge .1. Goshen, iu two mejuths time  will ask the House of Commons ror  We shall revert'credits to still furthei\,strengthen   Hie  *������������������ Full Orchestra  w  ..  w  For Lodge Booms or  Private Houses.  i$i  ito  &5  \hi  ito  Tin's m.iy sound like -i joke, but indeed ir, isn't one. We say it in all seriousness. A  tiL-m tin-, Iml tun lingers Htnl can therefore onlv play tun notes on t.he organ at once.und,  to ciiahl..' hiin tu dn t-veti tlii.1.. the notes must I if very close to each other.  The Symphony Organ,  Mie uu'.ife-'t invention e.f flu* a������i*, miIvm.", the dilTlculty, for by means of it more (bun  forty note", eun I-e played _.t lliu carne lime, and thus a full orchestra can bo represented,  with llu' e-xi option of drums anil r.vmii.ils.  The Lodge Room  "leejiien ly i-e.r,t'i''r.rt .i piano or organ, but how often does it happen that there is no  iiifiiib-r (ite������i'nt, vv ho i ;iu play these in.striiinents. Any member can play the Symphony  a ml t bus .-.ii pply t !i������ n n-ir re ij.jii eri, whether lt !������.' ode or march or college sour. No club  ri- |.._lj������c or hpriet. society "-liould >" witlioiii one. lhe music played can be fast or slow,  lend ..i /���������..It. ,-ir. tiw vvill of iIn* pi iy_r, ;ind lhu-. pe���������feet, exprwsion can be given Io any  f-renpes:tion .xll i lial i". i-t������.|'iii������-.! in f)'������y lb- .Symphony well is n limit! for music. X*" o  iti nwlis-l.ije of notes i-> ne. _>>.-,.iry, nuel the; pncer __��������������� buiely more llia.ti that of an o.dinary  ��������� 'i-g'in.  Large light bed rooms,     ltates  i lile I'ui-nisliuel vvith  lhe dioi-je'-r. tin- lomkeO  air..rds. Host Wines  Liqmir-*     nnel   '   w'giirs  $1.00~n  clay.      "Monthly, race*.  J. ALHERT STONE, Propri.'teir.  THE -PIONEER LIVERY-  ' Feed and Salo Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake Di  ~~";Ms__r  SulJ.'i;    nnd     I'.ic'  u! ways for hire.  I Iorsc'3  .Freighting  ."���������pi'i-iiKy.  T'-uiiiins   a  it"7 o'clock  Daily Hluce leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at  for Trout Liike'Oity.   For particulars write  OKAIG to HILLMAN, ThcwisonV Landino.  GOOD  O"  HANO&  To'secure one of  those* Vlcsii'-ible   lots  ���������CHEAP'on the C.  efc-K. -SieVira Navigation Company's site. ���������  Dont    wait     till ��������� tho    l/6oi:i. comes  our way, but BUY. NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKTHODIBT. CHUBCH ���������- Uovolstokn.  Pouching BcrviciiH al 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m.. t'lui-B mnotiiitf - ul, tlio clnso .of the  morning sorviee. Siihlmtli .*"cho"l and Bible  Class in 2::il) p.m W.-eltly prayer meeting  ovury Wedursdivy everin^ nt 7:!_o p.m. Tlio  publicure nordinlly invited.   Scats frco."  HEV. fc". J. THOMPSON, Pastor..  f-UUKUH    OP      BNOLAND-St  x~J   Rcviilt-tciko    Hon��������� of servico:  Perhaps >e>.i have  W  Hi  ito  \ki  &  Prv.vei .end (;,ionot pljy it, or can only play simple tunes.     Then  The Angeius Orchestral  :- \v-!-,t vi u w.i nt. ft is a little mote expensive than the Symphony, but see what it will  cl > for yen. ft will en-ilile- your..- pl.iy the mo-it difiicult solos of the* .greatest living  ;ii;uii-t>. :mrl will, if vou wish it, pl.iv iin oignii cblignto at tiie tame lime, for it i. nil  nrg.ui in il-elf as well ws a rn-iii'i pVy< r.  V.V have: t In- i-olr- ngency for i he'-e in .truments for territory extending over hundreds  of mile-*, so order ;.'. on.e; to'cave el^Uy.   Wi it'; will ask us ejueKtions. anel order anvlhing  you wu nt in mtiMc  or  niiisie-til   itir,i i iiment-.     Our vvarchfitiBe han a very large stock of-  pi.ir.i-iM. inelueliii^ the fain'm. (ierb.irel 11-iinlztn.i.ri in various styles, as nlso the Motrin,  th" K.-irn. nnd th<; Kleber <*_ Sone. '-  Graphophones and Records.  Gramophones and Records,  .Vnle* thnt wc tv 11 make records of .any  .ting* you like for the fii.-iphoplionp.  Violins. Guitars, Banjoy, Mandolins, Autoharps, Cornots. Accordoona, Ete.  \V*: make-:i specialty of procuring mtiMC .it? the shortest notice;, if  it  isn't  in   stock,  i iy iw.    .Mention this pa ner.  The Alberta Musie Co.  Ccntro Street (aear the Station). TEMPEST & SMITH,   CALGARV  >?_  't_  ft  to  again to the subject at no late date.    I Uritish fleet  >������~������^������~~>'<!il>  fi*" ,**���������***���������  ���������T?? "7S������r<a, j*3Z3A~tSt, ,<rfg>^Btr'^IBr'ylB* J������SStt'^������ -*W������"<������-^B_-^_> ���������"������B������-"_���������>> ���������^Bt   "WT r^te^tiKt. ������  fi*- fi*- ee>- fifi- fifi-fi*- ,afi- fifi- fit- fi*>- 0*' fi"- 0*' fi"' **��������� fi*- fi*-&"&>' **'!*  Petcr'B  Evening  prayor dnily at S .o'clock Fridnys at 7:30.  yunilayH and Festivals: Holy Ooininunlon at.  a.m., morning pruyor ut 11. Sunday Suliool  ,iml Bible OJii'p at 2:9), uvoi.lng prnyi-r nt 7:30.  Kirst Sunduy in tlio munili Holy Communion  at morning aervid'H.  FRANK A! FORI), Vicar.  PKE3HYTEUIAN HHOKCH-Koyolstoke.  -"��������� Servico every Sunday ai II ii.ni- and 7:30  p.m. Uib'oCl.aa at 2:"tej .p.m., lo which  nil aro welcomo. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m.  every Wodnewduy.  ' .PEV. T. MKNZIEa, P. stor.  |.)OMAN UATBOLIO CHUKOH ���������Ravel-  'v- Btoko. ��������� Maiia Aril ar.d lliird Sundays in  month at 10:30 ii m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  C ALV ATION AllMY-Meoll-BS overy night  *-i   in their linll o~ '" "'    *  I on Front So-net  Loyal Or an go  Lodge, No. 1658.  S'pi'd, Trei'imrer.  Iti'iriiltir liii'diii^n arc luiltl in tlie  OiliirullovvH Hull on the third Friday  ���������iT e ic-li iiiontli nl 7.:������ p.iin. Visitiiifj  l.ri' Ineu eoi'ili.'illv invllcil. -   *  XV. (*.. Ilinicy, XX'-.jl.; II. V. IVIti-  S..i-.: pr. T. JclTs, Fin. Sec ; Thos.  Court' ,Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.,No.346it.'  Jli-etq 'in tl o Odd-  fL-Hows" Hall on tlio  2nd and 4th Fridays of  enel. mouth. Vigiting  brethren invited to  attend  .1. B. Scott. C. R-  J. Ii. Smllh, It. S.  FjeveSsioK**  Hospital  Maternity Ib.orii i.i connection.  Vac-cine    kept     on    hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  What Do You 9  Want in Shoes B  ��������� If you wart a good; Mineih' SI.1S0 ccmo  D. Jenkins,'  If you. wunt a good Pro-pectori.'Shoe como  to D Jenkins-  Slioeu and Harness repvtrid or. llie fhortpst  notice. All liliod of woi I: l;ont in utcck  al prices lo suit a I.     '  D JENKINS'    -  FlrBt St ri't. oiio block lion, tho Imperial  Bank oe. Canada,- ltovelotcke .Station, B. a.  The -Vernon.Soda  Watep Works . ,   '  M. J. O'SKXEN,   mOPEIETOB,  Manufactu er nf Soda Water, 3inger  Aio, Sareaprilla and all Soft Drinks.  A full siinplr kept ia stock .'at McCarty's Cold Storage, where orders  can Deleft. a20-sw-U  L. JL FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildep.  Shop opposito Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Ou  eed  Terms Cash  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blacksmithine. *TbBl>i_i_-r  Plumbing.   i>ip������ Fitting!  Tinsmithing  Slieet Iron 'Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Sp8cialty__������_ag_&  ROBT. GORDO -V  Revelstoke. Station...  '_-J  n?a  __*________r^___n_-_*"_ / &  RAILWAY ACCIDENT  HAVfc CONFESSED  CONDUCTOR        BEN        FRENCH  SERIOUSLY' HURT  Engineer anil * Fireman ��������� Killed in  Rt'ar  End Collision Near Meefidne-Hat.  Medicine -Hat, February 2.���������Owing  to frosty and slippery rails a freight  train coming in from flic wcst.vns  unable to slacken speed tind ran Into  another freight Whicli was moving  Into the sleling, killing Engineer \\\  Muir and Fireman .1.' Long. Oonduot-  01 13cn French, vvho was dcadhe.ullng  dovvn had his right leg broken and  was considerably shaken up. However, he Is doing nicely. The engine  was badly damaged. Two cars of  coal for Medicine Hut were thu only  fi eight,  cars  iliunngcd.  THK   MEDICINE    HAT   TRAGEDY  Furthor details .are to lui ml todity  concerning the appalling accident  wliich took, place at .Medicine -Mat  on Thursday, by which three well  known C. P. R. employes lost their  lives. It would appear that there  were" two freight trains bound eastward and that on the arrival of the  first train at Medicine 'Hat, it vvas  unable to get where the switch engine  was working. The traiii was standing on the,bridge when the second  freight froni the west, nccinlngly beyond, control, rushed down the grade  from Bowell and collided. Conductor  French was In the caboose of the  lirst train and was thrown over the  bridge anel on to thc ice, a distance  of 3S feet." Ho sustained terrible injuries and although' everything possible was dono -to alleviate his sufferings he died yesterday afternoon  (Thursday) at 3 o'clock. *  Engineer Muir was one of the best  known engineers on the road, having  boon employed for many years on this  division. He was a capable and ^rust-  worthy engineer, and the feeling .is  general that his engine must have got  away from his control and that he  had no ��������� time to attempt to master  her. ._..  .Conductor French's, death will  cause a shock to his many friends in  .Calgary. "Ben" French, as In. vvas  popularly known,-was-employed for  some years'as brakesman on the C.  & 13. under conductors Rankin and  Clarke, and by his knowledge of his  business and courteous manner soon  secured promotion to the position of  conductor. His tragic death at the,  outset of his career is indeed a sad*  blow. . He .leaves a young wife (nee  Miss Mclntyre)  anel one child.  *    ���������  Fireman Long, like Engineer Muir,  was also a married  man.  By this sad event three homes are  made ��������� desolate. Thc families of the *  deceased will have the heartfelt  sympathy of the community in the  terrible affliction which has befallen  them.'  HIRAM WALKER  "THREE GALICIANS MAY DIE ON  THE GALLOWS  Killid    a    Whole    Family    for    Sixty  Dollars  Winnipeg,..January 30. The three  Giilicians who came up before the  magistrate on the charge' of murdof-.  Ing ti fellow coniiiryiiuin and four  clilldicn 'at Sttiartburn, to get ��������� ?l>l>,  will probably all bo found guilty of  murder. Two of them have now-niu.tlo  confessions In court, which corroborate ouch othor, and Implicate the  third man as deeply tis any of them.  FROZEN TO DEATH  One ol the Largest  Farmers  in Canada  Hiram Walker," the" well known* distiller,-of Walkerville, is dead.. But  Mr. Walker was a good deal more than  a distiller. Ho vvas. perhaps, tne'  largest farmer in Canada. The Bun  of  July  last  mentioned  a  lot  of  ln-  _ formation   about  the   extent   of   Air.  1 Walker's operations in this direction.  There were then on the Walker farm  G9 acres of hops. The vines were not  supported by poles, as ,bi the ordinary  way. There was a row of-telegrapn  poles all around the field, and from  these poles No. S wire was strung  from one side of the field to the other.  From   this.-wire .again   strings   -were  ��������� hung,- and 'these strings supported the  vines. In harvesting the strings were  cut from the wires, and the vines were  lhen stripped. But the hop' plantation is not the chief feature on the  Walker farm. Cattle byres are located about a mile from the Walker distillery, and from these byres 1,800 or  2,000 of swill-fed cattle are turned out  every season,  the swiil  being carried  _In_iinderground_pip.es_frpm_the^dlstljh.  lery to the byres.. , .  The use of tho by-producers of tlio  distillery does not end even th.rc.  i-rom the byres five great pipes run  a milo still further east. - These carry  the liquid manure , from " the cattle  ���������stables to the Walker tobacco planta-  ���������tion. A few. years ago this manure  was poured 'into a near by hush, and  It was so sirong that it killed gr'ea;  trees. But this' double vv aste has now-  been stopped. From late fall until  ���������early spring the rich liquid pours out  ���������over the ground devoted - to the cultivation of tobacco. The:ground al-  'otteel to'thls-purpose covers 130 acres.  "For 1-5 years consecutively tobacco  has been grown on the same land,  but the manure from the stables has  ~not only rendered the land able to  sustain "this drain, but has made it so  rich that mushrooms spring up spontaneously when the tobacco is .not  growing. 0   SALMON  CAHNERS  Banks Shut Down on Them and  Hardships Ahead  Vancouver, ���������- February 3.���������Owing to  the Hon. Mr. Davies' inexplicable  -etand regarding the salmon regulations,' the. banks have commenced  shutting down oh'the smaller canneries. -Great hardships-are threatened."  Six Prospec.ors Perish on Their Way to  Alaskan Gold Fields  Seattle, February 1.���������The meanior  Cottage Cily, from Alaska, oi-tnga  news that a number ut-Coppsr river  [irospociors   perished   in   Vaulcz.  There an" also six men at Valdez,  sintering from lrozen loot, hands aim  faces. A hospital has boon established at Twelve id he Camp on lhe otlisr  side of the." glacier ami la men aro  sintering there from tho same.cauto.  All wero frozen trying 'to- cross tlm  glacier, but managed lo get, back io  camp.  Smith and Kliron weie members of  lhc s'aitie . pai ty. -In. company with  Goorge Poalavvitz, Sylvester Grog aiul  several Others lney started across tlio  "tlack'i" car.ly . In December. Smilli  was the llrst to freeze liis feel. Alter  they had crossed the summit, and wo"e  going down .lit" long stretch to wares  VnIde-4, hi,s strength "j."~gaii to fail linn.  At'last'lie couiei keep up no lo.igt.-.  Calling his companions around liini he  told them ho was iloomeil oven if thoy  got-liini. into camp and they muse try  and save themselves. Then li3 lay  down in the snow and vvas soon lulled  into a last sloop  by  lho deadly frost.  Charlefe IChron wanted I,a lie down  and die when the trip 'was' almost til  an-.eiid. ��������� His comrades kept 'him  moving. in spite of';-the pain of his  badly frozen feot'and ai last got ni.'ii  into -Valdez. His toos were so* ba-lly  frozen that" thoy foil olf when ' ins  boots wcio tut. away. Blood poisoning set insoun alter, and in 10 days  ho was 'dead. He was a member i.t  tho -Manhattan Mining Company, ot  Nevv *iork, a German, and leaves a  widow and a family in thul city.  The third man of thu party to Iof.o  bis life was a miner named Henderson, from somo small town in Wisconsin. Ho started out with the party,  bur vvas .frozen before they readied  ihe summit of* the glacier. He decided his only hope was to turn back.  Soon* after he loft the party a blizzard  ".wept ovor the glacier, obliterating all  trails and . making travel* impossible,  lie' probably lost .his way than and  perished.   -  ��������� George Poalowltz, of the Manhattan  Mining Company, of New York, was  (ho fourth member of the. party to be  badly frozen. .He returned cm .;ln"  Cottage City today in charge "of Dr.  Lewis of Chicago. " Ho vvill lose tne  greater part oi'.-.both feet.'and is in  danger of lcsiuir liis ilto'frpm blooel  poisoning.  Georgo S. Svveensey, also or Now  Vork, vvas a blacksmith at Valdez for  a long time. Ho started across the  -.lacier rarly in the winter, drawing a  heavy 'sled. Thc details of his death  are unknown for he was alone. The  miners who arr.ved on the Cottage  City .say that mr.'-iy others perished  like Swecnsey. -They are unable-to  give' names. The men starting out  in pairs or singly wero never heard  of again".  Tho trcc.'.ing oi thc. Evjens, father  and'con, is particularly gad. Thoy  started from Valdez. but on getting  well towards the summit of the glacier fouud their feet freezing. Both  started back. Tho son gave the  father extra wrapping for his feet and  as a result, both the son's legs were  lrozen in a fevv minutes anel  he was  _u n a blo___to_proceed.~_ Ho^bade jhis_.ta__  ther good-bye and compelled him to  go on without him. - Then the boy-  lay down in the snow to die. The  body will probably never bo recovered.  The father reached Twelve Mile Camp  but is not expected to live.  BOLD THEFT  NOTED DIVINE DIES  Doctors Squabble Over Myron W. Reed's  Deathbed  Denver, January 31.���������Kev. Myrori  \V. Reed, pastor of the Broadway  Tabernacle' here, a noted divine, cited  rarly this morning after a long illness, brought on by an attack of the  grip. Physicians of two schools,  with hypnotists and Christian Scientists have been quarrelling over his  sick bed for weeks, anel it Is a matter  of doubt as to who were treating lilm  or whether he had proper care. He  was prominent in secret societies and  at onc time a commander of the G. A.  It. in tho department of Colorado and  Wyoming.  JOCKEY TOD SLOAN  FOUND DEAD  .Bank Teller Going to Promotion OUs En  *  *    - - Route  Ottawa, February 3.���������A. J. Watson,  for four years teller In the "Bank of  Montreal, left here last night for  Hamilton to accept a more responsible  position. On the arrival of the train  at. Toronto this morning, he was found  dead in the sleeper.  ONTARIO LEGISLATURE  Makes $400,coo in the Recent. Bcom in  Panhandle Stock  San Francisco, February * 2.��������� ' Tod  Sloan, the famous American jockey,  who recently created such* a. sensation in England by his successful'rid-  ing.."eleared $400,000 last week in the  big "boom in Panhandle stock. -  FROM UNDER THE NOSES OF A  HUNDRED CLtRKS  Robbtry   of   ^.60,000   hrom  a   London  Bank ��������� .'"  London, January 31.���������Tho robbery  In this city on Monday last,.which tins  been the tcnsailon of tho week, took  11 dramatic turn today,'when the chairman of tho bank announced at,a  meeting of tho shareholders that ������.0,-  000 In ihe,biggest notes had been re-  turncd to the bank by post.  The robbery, apparently was a most  daring crime. Tho thief Is supposed  to havo walked boldly behind ' tho  counter, where there were over, ltio  clerks at work, to have opened a  drawer, taking a parcel ot not'CB nntl  walked out of tho bunk undetected.  American thieves are suspected ot  having boon concerned In the thett ol  lho notes, as It is said several Americans wore noticed loitering recently  nbout the premises.  Thu police arc utterly helpless.  Thirty-six ������1,000 notes and 20 ������500  notes figured iu the robbery.- ��������� Most  of thoso have now boon returned and  llio remainder of the notes are practically unnegoiiable. The chairman ol  the bank a'.so announced that the  Hank cf England had promised to pay  this amount, lho ������-17,000. ������10,000.of  which is returned. The remainder'of  tho money was in smaller amounts,  which could be easily passed, and  might therefore bo considered lost.  The shareholders greeted the announcement with enthusiasm, especially as  if was accompanied by a declaration  of a dividend of 19 per cent.  CABLED FROM PARIS  THE   WAY  WE   DO    IN  FRANCE  SUNNY  PREbUMPTION OF DEATH  Lsdy   Cur~is   Asks  t'ne   High  Court  to  Presume Her Husband is Dead  London, January 31.���������In the probate division of the high caurt of justice today. L-idy Curtis applied for  leave to presume that the death of lier  husband, Sir Arthur Colia Curl is,  third baronet, of that name, occurred  near Quesnelle, .Mud , River, Britisli  Columbia? where he was on the way  to "Klondike. Evidence was given  that he left, his party's camp on Juno  10, 1 SOS, .after a.disagreement, and has  not been seen since.  Tho judge thought tlie,-"- application  was early in view of Sir Arthur's  death being so recent. But he granted leave on the precedent being cited.  The estate is.valued at ������16,000.  INDIAN   SOCIAL  Had a Good Time .  Vancouver,"February 1.���������A drunken  orgie among 'the Indians in the Auk  village resulted in knives boing use!  and many Indians were .injured.,- .A  policeman attempted to arrest tlie  ring leader." - Indian Jake ,-ran *��������� at  Policeman- McGuire. with- a big knife  and. McGuire shot him dead.   .  'INTENSE COLD  Suffering  and - Mortality  From - In*, ense'  Cold in St. Louis .  St. Louis,- February 2.���������Four deaths  from freezing occurred in,the city yesterday;' also one death ,in.- East St.  Louis. -Tho-cold hero is intense.and  much suffering is "being experienced  amongst tlio" poorer classes.- ���������'. The city  I. doing its best - towards providing  tiufiicient- food and shelter tor- the  homeless. *      '      - -    '  LORD .TENNYSON  The  Late .'Laureate's ��������� Son. Appointed  Governor t,l South Australia -,   ���������  London^.:February 2_���������Lord' Hallam  Tennyson,' son- of Alfred Tennyson, tne  poet laureate, has been appointed  governor of Australia. . Apart . from  his . .distinguished parentage,*"- Lord  Tennyson* is eminently fitted by n'ls  personal'qualities "for this high post.  PRETTY CATTLE THIEF  An Eighteen Year Old Girl Gels i~ive  Yeais for Cattle Stealing  Guthrie, Oklahoma Ty., February 2.  ~A comely girl. IS"years of age', has  been sentenced to live years in tho  Oklahoma penitentiary for cattle stealing.*' She was the prototype of Cattio  Kate who was lynched in Wyoming  some years ago.  - '.Dreyfus Still Eating Rabbits  Paris, January 30.��������� M. Quasna  Ileaurepaire, the former president of  the civil section of the court of cassation, In an nrtlclci In the Echo of  Paris, today urges tho members of  the "Chamber of Deputies ncjt'to bo  satisfied vvith reading the letter or  M.* Mazau, llrst piesident of the court  uf cassation on the subject of M. elc  IJeatiropalie's charges, but to Insist  upon reading tho evidence of thu caso.  He asserts that JI. Mazau received  testimony rcgiudliig certain members  uf the criminal court liable to ponnl-  t'f.'H, and added thut ho Is convinced  that tho deputies will not allow the  Inquiry to be sillied, bul, ho continues, if thy refuse, to act hu will elo  so himself by Inducing the witnesses  to allow him to publish their evidence. Tho minister of war, M. de  Kreycinot. has aiithotized Major Gau-  clciettc, of tho Republican guurd, 10  challenge M.. Urbaln Gohier, author  of Tho Army Against the Nation,  which caused a great outcry owins  to its severe condemnation owing to  its severe condemnation of mllitiiry-  Ism and which led to a debate in the  Chamber of Deputies. The article is  considered Insulting lo Major Gaudo-  lctteV .   ; _  The Chamber of Deputies today by  a vote of 34(1 to 189, adopted the government's proposal to submit to tho  committee, entrusted ' with such matters the bill providing that cases of  trial revision ..ball be brought before  the united sections of the court of  cassation. Thc repoit. of M. Mazau,  first president of the court of cassation on the charge of M. Quesnn de  Re-anrepaire, the former president 'of  the civil section of that body, will bo  icael   beforo  th'e  committee.'  'J'ho minister of justice, M. Lebre1,  introduced thc bill anel asked that it  be'sent to a committee. "It was read  amid profound "'silence. The. preamble of the measure, declaring that the  bill was one of, necessity for peace  and to restore calm in the country,  vvas greeted with applause from the  C'-iili e and niu'rinui's from the Extreme Left. 1.        ,.' .       , ������   -    ~  ,,  M. Georges Bessy. Rallied Conservative, said the chamber vvas not  aware why the government introtluc-  <"'d the bill nnd asked for official .publication of the evidence in the case  of M. Bair. who .reported on the Dreyfus case to the court of cassation.  Cheers. The-premier said he did not  vi ant the chamber ".to vote in the  dark. He was desirous that full light  lc thrown on tho subject, and, therefore, the government would submit to  tho committee tho completed documents in the case. Cheers. Tho  premier, then asked the chamber to  proceed- with the discussion of the  budget. ,  M. Massabatiati, Rallied Repulican,  expressed surprise .that the criminal  chamber of the court.was allowed to  continue ' the' revision"inquiry. Leftists ' protest. ���������  .M. Mellerand, Radical Socialist, ic-  proached the government'wilh-interrupting the course of justice and with  placing the matter in the, hands ot  the chaniber.which meant that henceforth it would be impossible for anything to bo kept secret and it vvouid  be necessary to publish everything.  Leftist applause.  The premier lcplied that the' committee' would have full power to ask  for .the publication of documents and  the government would not object. If  the chamber voted the bill, all -the  documents referring to the inquiry  vvould have to be submitted to all  lhe members of lhc court of cassation.  Ho added: "This matter can be  threshed out .later.-and. the government .will be'willing tb reply to all  questions."  *��������� M. Faure, Nationalist, demanded  that the bill be sent to a special committee, thereby preventing a criminal  court whose impartiality is suspected  of taking part in the final decision of  the���������revision.^-These���������remarks-caused-  an uproar in the chamber.  The minister of justice replied that  the conclusions of M. Mazau's report  set aside any question as to the sincerity and rectitude of .the magistrates. The chamber then rejected  by a vote of 340 to 189 M. Faure's demand and adopted the government's  proposition to send the bill to the  I committee intrusted with such matters. The chamber thon proceeded  to discuss the budget.  Revelstoke will Quintuple its  Present   Population  of 2000.  kovelslok*- litis lionn scliicLutl by the  (J. I\ Jl. us the torininal point for North  Kootenny und Ok.'uuigan. ��������� It must go  aliciid. Tho judicious   business man  will   invest in  t&yO  Revelstoke Real  while it can be got on the ground floor.  is list...  ince  y70D will lniy t wu fine*liii-wu>.-s lo'" 7 -ind S, bloc'.. 10, on lirst street. 50  l'eot by 100 U-ec.    Opposite. J. D. Sibbald's nisidence. Easy te'rn.s.  $2*50 ci-h will buy i-ivu nico hits. 50 hy 100, neatly opposite Sampson's  hem-r.    L .ts 3 and-I, Hlock'11.  $:<.~)0 will buy ,-i lot 25x100, m-xt the Front St, lyst Ollice.  $1000 will buy a block. 75x100 on Ciuii|jIh-i1I Avenue.-'  $1000 willh.iy a Ieit2oxlt'0 iii the ce-ntie of ihe business" part*-of -Mac  enzie Avijiiiif,  $700 will'buy t.ivn.lelt'-, 0 rt'ml 7, block 0, 50x100 opposite  C.  B.IIume &  - C.i.'s w-ir������ hun-- em Campbell Avenue.  $.75 vvill buy i\ hmi-.  mnl lot!.), hlnt'ic 4(5. ouThiiel Street.    Kive   reinins  hith I'ooiii iiii.l iiantry.   . $750 cloivu anel balance   to   pay   on lot  , in  10 years in S |fi-cent.    'I,h_ lot is 50x100.  !j_i0') will buy a euiH storey house anil lot 0,,-Block 45, on Third St.   The  l_.i~.Na cornci'. 50x100. ' ...  $1155 wiiiliuy    a    hon.-e     and     le.t 1,     lilrck-11.     corner of      James  anil Koi*4'ei]~~v Sr,    Tin* hrm-H is well finished.    Modern  t-euiveni-  '"���������I't'e"-.    L"it 72 x 109.   'lieaiiiil'nl   situation.      Tei ins   sp525  down,  balance in monthly |i.t\ ment--.  frViOO will   buv a   h'< .-k  frontir.jr on First   St. opposite  tlie Imperial  IJauk.    SV,.  I(0xl.*0x75.    Coriu'r (Jniinniight-,   Avenue   and   First  St.   The U.I'. M. si.liiig inns tiloiig ono* sitio.     A  splendid  busi-  -ness location.  i'2000 will buy a bu-ine"---- blnck-odxIOO IVeiniiiiR on First St., between  the two banks.    A fine,site fur a bu-iiit-ss hoiisc.  IMPERIAL B/\NK   OF 0/\HADA  Head Oftlce, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,008  Reserve     ....   1,200,000  Directors;  H. S. Howland,  President-  T.R.Merntt,Vice Pres., (St.Catharine*)  William Ramsay, Robert JafFrav,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland  9tay..er  Ulias Rogers.  D. R, Wilkie. General Manager.  Branobee  North Wes*. and British Columbia  Krandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Liituon'on  ONTARIO,  Niagara Falls  Vakcouvm  Winnipeg  RevelstoV*  N Ito i. ii O  Essex  Fergus .  Gait  In~r_ r~oll  L .-in_.e*l  St. IhomM  Toronto  Welland  Woodstock  Hamilton .  Pori CnlKirne  Rat Portage  .Sault Si, marie  Si, CathaVinefl  Montreal, Quebec,  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of  $1   and    upwards    received    and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and i*i'.iii.-r ili'h.'iitiii.-_, puiciiu?i-U.  D.'iifu unci Letters of Credit���������Available >it all iiniiitji in Canada, Uuited  King loin. United Slates, Buropp,  India, < 'him., .lapiu, Australia, New  Zpaland. "tc **  Mold   Pnrcll.*i-*eel,  This Bank Issup's Speclnl Receipts  whlah will be nccounted for uiany of  tho Hudson's I3a.y Co's Posts ln the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A   R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Brar.uh  STABBED THE TEACHtR  DELAGOA BAV  Toronto, February 2.���������Lieutenant-  Governor Movvat opened the Ontario  legislature yesterday afternoon with  the customary proceedings. The  uuial crowd was present anel the  ceremonies were devoid of special in-  Cid������nt.  Fainted Ii to the Arms of Great Britain  Capo Town, February 2.���������Sir Alfrca  Miln, British High Commissioner ot  South Africa, in replying to a question, said: "I can telI~you no moro  than this. Delagoa Bay is al! right.  Portugal fell Into our arms like a  fainting woman."  MARRIED BY TELEPHONE  1-lmira, N. Y., February 2.���������A couplo were' married hero last night by  tclcphone.  Thirteen Vfar Old School Bey Commits  Murder  Albany, Mo., January 31.���������T. ll  Hunter, teacher in the Adams school.  12 miles north of here, vvas yesterday  fatally stabbed by a 13 year old pupil  named Charles Ayres, whom he was  ^whipping. The boy is in jail here.  According to a statement of the pupils Hunter was punishing Ayres by  holding a switch close to his face,  bending It back, and allowing it to  snap against him. The switch almost  brought-blocd every time. Suddenly the boy whipped out a jack-knife  and * made a slash at the teacher's  throat. * The blade .struck near the  left ear and was drawn half round tao  neck, cutting a frightful gash. Tin3  children all"fled from the. school after  the staMiing and Hunter Was left for  some time without assistance. "  DAKOTA DIVORCE LAW  Amended So As to  Require One Year's  Residence Before Beginning Action  Bismarck. N. D., February 2.���������Tlio  Legislature of North Dakota met to  day and passed an amendment to the  present divorce law requiring a n  months' residence before beginning au  action for divorce in that State.  HONORING  SIR WILFRED   -.  Propcsils to Appoint Canadian  Premier  Arbiter Between France and Britain  Montreal, February 2.���������The latest  honor suggested for Sir Wilfrid limner, by his admirers is the post of  arbiter between Great Britain anil  France hi the dispute over the Newfoundland French Shore eiuoslion. Tho  suggestion lirst made its appearance  in the Statist, the leading linanclal  paper of London,- and has * novv been  taken up by the* French Cauadlau  papers.  GOMEZ  FIXED  Has Agreed to Disband His Army and to  V.sit Havana  Havana, February 3.���������Gomez.after  an interview with General Porter,  agreed to disband the Cuban army  and to visit Havana.  MILES RETURNS  Grog'an & Co. are handling some of thfe finest  mining" propositions in the  Big Bend, Lardeau and  Fish Creek camps of North  Kootenay. Full particulars obtained and furnished about mining claims in  the District.  A bigblot'k of Carnos Creek Consolidateil'at ten cent"-*.  These shares will be up to pat* yot.  /Vlon^vJ to hoan  XVa are tig^nts lor Ilm Equitablc'Suving. Loan & Huililing A"-o-  ciution." No membership feo No necessity to take shares. No tines  lor non payment, of monthly installments. Also for the Great Wist  Life Insurance Co.'s Straight Loan Department. AVe can get you the  money, if you can put up the security.  eiilir. Ingrain...   Mif-a*,   Kni-  *   l'.*_.el Out-, mi.I  !>...._._ of  al!ile.������i_riiiti...ii5.  Tin* i-licii>i.������i .iml l������si stoi-k nf  *  WALL I'll'l-.lts inlliu.ily.  Lllwrnl  ilini-Liints   ^'ivon   on -  all ci_!i onlcis.  I  ileal   onlv    in     W AL L  ��������� 1' A P E le. S   nnel-ollrit iin  inspection of my stock.  W:S.Bipney  jWgK,E,NZIE jive.  Canadian  PacifTq ;-\.::v  Rai:)AA/;av^  and Soo Line:  WORLDS PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST   AND    WEST  FIRST CLASS AND  '     ' TOURIST SLEEPEHS  ...���������.'. .from   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  , Q'liek Time,      Good .Service,  Fewes fClfan ges",    Lp wes i~ Rates"  Tickets *i-su<*d    through   and  Baggage   checked to destination*.-  ���������   DATLY TRAINS.      '    ���������    .  Ei������t. "       ' " We.st.o  S.25k. .Iv-e-Reveistoke-lve: 10.50k'  -TO AND Kilo."I   KOOTENAV TOINTH.  8.15k..Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr.. 10.05k  For    information,   time    cards,  maps and tickets applv to  T. XV. BRADSHAW.  Agent. Revelstoke.-  "W.   F.    'AN"--"-------",, Travelling  l'rt������.������.'ii-~iT Agent-, Nelson.  F,   .]. ("ovi.p:. District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  Insurance  FIRE���������Wo are agents for the Imperial, Scottish   Union,   Queen, Caledonian, Atlas and Guardian.  LIFE���������Impel ial Life Insurance Co.  ACCIDENT���������London Accident anil   Guurimtee.  PLATE GLASS���������Lloyd's.  Will be Succeeded by General Merrit as  Major General  New York, February 3.���������Washington special message says: "General  Meritt will succeed General Miles 'ns  Major General commanding the United States army. Orders relieving  General Nelson A. Miles from the  command have not yet been signed by  the president.  They may not be signed for several  days. But this action is practically  settled.  CO  Address :   Revelstoke.  Omce :   Taylor Block.  Code :   Moreing & Neill.  J. I Hull  & Company  ,-.!.  Butchers    and    Wholesale   an  Ketail Dealers in licef. Pork, ete  KAHLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  AU orders in  our line prom  Oiled   We Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  Call nnd see us. "We can fix you  ,F       REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  I Revelstoke Station, B. C.  4--jf.U  tf"   ���������,i  :%-������*- fyf.���������ii-rtWii!"'?'*"'  j/'J^KK'itK-JiS-ir.  T^-~^  For  LaQrippe...  SLr. '.li.; list o! elegant preparations  iept by theCanada Drug .l hoot Co.  if you have it try some  of thc preparations kept  by us. We have everything required to cure It.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  LIMITED.  CH.vS. It. MCDONALD, Manager.  M.KF.S7.1E   AVE..   REVKI.STOKF.   STATION.  Notice to Subscribers  Same 400 subscriptions to the Herald  are now due, Some have already  responded, Some have not. Publishers must now pay postage. Subscribers must now pay in advance.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  OUR TERRITORY NORTH      THE WRONG TREE  IMMENSE   MICA   DEPOSITS   AT  TETE JAUNE CACHE  TRIBUTARY TO REVELSTOKE B.C.  REMEMBER  THE  FIREMEN'S  BALL,  FRIDAY  EVENING  FEBRRUARY  - 10TH  Rev. II.*F. Clinton left for Vancouver  laM night.  Judge Forin opened county court  here this morning.  The Chinese Now Year celebration  begins to-niorreivv tlie 10th.  ���������Ri'ineuiber the Firemen's Ball on  Feb. 10th. The grandest affair of the  hi-ason.  Or. Mathison, D.D.S., vvill be in tovvn  till February 11th. His noxt visit vvill  b * l:i April."  ��������� Dr. Mathison. D. *0. S., vvill be in  town till Feb. .Ilt.li. His next visit  will be in April.  "W. Windsor, assistant C.P.R. timekeeper, left this morning for Field to  .-ussist the agent there.  Hotel Manitoba, Winnipeg, vvas  burned last Dight. Tlm ho*el. was  built at a cost of ������100,000.  ���������Stop vour cough vvith Syrup of  White Pine and Tar. kept only at the  Chuada Drug & Rook Co.  ''���������Remember tho elate���������Friday,  Feb.  . lOlb.  in  Tapping's   new   theatre,   the  grandest ovent of tho se.-t.son.  The body eif \V. Cator, the agent at.  Rogers I'itss, was discovered in the  snmvslid..' 011 Tuesday men-Ding.  Mr. Cotlon is Acting Provincial Sec-  r.'Uu-y and Miniht.cr of Mim-s during  .Mr. Huiiif'stibseiicB in Nelson.  ���������For clvipped and sore hands the  Canada Drug ������c Book Co. have 11 good  assortment uf elegant preparation.  Mi*s Annie Berger, whose leg was  broken in lhe Rogers Pass avalanche,  is re lorted to be progressing very  /iivorably.  ��������� -Tlie floor of lho theatre for tho  FircmanV Bill will he in the best of  condition and the building beautifully  decorated.  ���������Tickets for the Firemen's Bill can  be h.-id from any member of the  Brigade and at tlie Canada Drug to  Bookstore.  ���������Tbj Fire Brigade have gun ran teed  ..ioIihvc thu..oper.i  house  comfortable  ������D__l~warii3 fnr~I-ridSy-evrniiig sertlon't"  be afriid of lhe coin.  Veil. Archdeacon Pentreath will arrive here on Saturday morning anel  take th _ services in St.* Peter's Church  nrit euntbiy and tn Ash Wednesday,  which fulls a week from to-day.  The regular meeting of the I.O.O.F.  will lit- held in their h-ill tomorrow  evening (Thurad-iy) .it 8 p. ni. prompt.  A full attendance i" desired as the  building committee will be prepared  to report.  Anybody vvho is so furtimalc as to  posset-s ii copy of the. purple two, cent  envelopes now withclrawu frnni i-ircu-  latioo, will bt- pleased to learn that the  t amp collecting public is willing to  givo 11 dollar .tpicsC- for them.  Tbe Hr-t iu*.u.: of lhe ii"w evening  p.iper in Victoria, appeared on Satm-  rtav. Il is a very smartly written  j mi mil nnd it-ei-ls ha c.ueer hy giving  Hod. .Ii>e Martin h rubbing down in  1 ood shape. Tbo tie*- paper is L:beral  iu Dominion politics aud opposition in  Provincial atT.iiro.  On Tb'.irrday night tbe Columbia  Kiver Lumber Company's mill at  Moberly ��������������������� burned down. The file  Etarted'in the engine rooip, it .ippeurs,  ami cleaned the whole tiling out. Tho  men at   work   at   tint   mill   were   all  These Deposits Will be Worked as  Soon as the Transportation Problem  is Solved���������The Revelstoke Route  Favored by Mr. St. Cyr���������A Lift for  the Big Bend Steamship Project-  Interesting Letter from Moncton, N.B,  The Rig Bend navigation project, has  received fresh impetus from the receipt this week of letters from a  gentleman named Winter uf Moncton,  N.B., who represents large interest- in  the* very extensive and valuable mica  deposits situated near the Tele." Jaime  Cnchu on this side of the Yellow-head  pins. The'se deposits lie almost, due  north from Revelsloke and not far  ft-iiin the Canoe river. Tliey are of  immense ex tent and the mica produced  from tlicm is of lbe finest quality, as  may be scon from a specimen tiow in  possession of the Herald. The only  olist'icle lo their development, is their  inaccessibility. Under those circiim-  stn nccs lln* present owners who are at  this very time negotiating with  I/ineluii capital to t-ike hold of the  property and work it are naturally  greatly interested in the project, now  well cm foot to establish a line of  steamers on the Columbia, nortn of  Revelstoke. From Mr. St. Cyr, of the  Dominion Government Topographical  Survey, Mr. Winter has received the  following report as to the practicability of navigating tho northern  waters of the Columbia and Canoe  river. The report is very short and is  here given in full. It is most significant to any far seeing resident of this  place of the possibilities of- trade  territory which nature has placed in  the bands ot the business community  of Revelstoke if tbey have only  sufficient. enterprise* and energy to  avail themselves of the: geographical  advantages possessed by this town. If  the transportation problem can be  overcome those mica deposits will be  worked, and if it'is overcome by our  aid, tho business arising from them  vvill centre here, and besides this we  shall add as trade* territory to this  town the whole of t.he country north  of Coldstream to Tete Jaune Cache, a  country   very   little  known   or    pros-  Miirtin's famous clause excluding  aliens from taking up placer claims  hvmiih to be likely to become a regular  boomerang for thc Martin government.  It was intended partly to embarass  Premier Laurier in bis negotiations  with tho United States government.  This point was not quite apparent to  the people of this province, who have  have not yet got accustomed to Mr.  Martin's peculiar methods of making  provincial politics subservient to Dominion affairs and vice versa, But  llie eastern papers who know their  Joseph better, seized on'this aspect of  the enactment at once. Joseph himself knows what ho is doing ns be is  already breathing the direst threats of  what be will do if the Dominion government disallow the. nevv legislature.  But if Mr. .Maitin fancies that he is  Riling to work up the people of this  province over the exclusion of aliens  from pl'icer claims in the same way  that he worked up the people of  Manitoba over the school question,  then his political astuteness has failed  him. The communities most concerned, that is the mining districts, do  not want to see Americans excluded  from any privilege hitherto enjoyed  by them as miners and prospectors  under the laws of the province. The  mining interests of this country owe: a  great deal to the pluck and enterprise  of American prospectors and miners.  It. was the American placer miner who  led the way into Cariboo, Big Bend  and Wild Horso in the sixties. We do  not want any legislation hitting.at  Americans particularly the kind of  legislation which bars out the prospector and lets the capitalist como in.  This feature' of the Martin clause  alone is sufficient to kill it-in Kootenay, and if the Dominion government  chooses to veto the enactment theie  will be no excitement in this part of  the world. If Premier Laurier finds  tbe clause interfering with his negotiations at Washington, he can  safely  it,  The Leading $iore."  ." No Bluster, No I'tias, Just ItuBines?, That's All."  For Three Days  Thursday,  Friday, Saturday  Men's,  Boys'*  Youths',  Children's,  Ready to Wear  Clothing  AT A GREAT SACRIFICE  As We   Need  More Room For Spring Goods.  Sole Agents For Butterick Patterns.  JAMES QILL& CO.  TAYLOR BLOCK;  HcKENZIE AVE.  $ HOLIDAY GOODS  MENS' FURNISHINGS  Thousands  of Articles Suitable for this  season of the year.  _?( %X ^  A Great Assortment at the Post Office  Store.     Miners' Clothing Particulary.  BOOTS AND SHOES  To Fit Every Foot and Suit any Taste  at mostly any price you wish to pay.  111 MENS' GLOVES  The Biggest Assortment in town at all  prices. Good serviceable working mens'  gloves at 50 cents a pair.   Try a pair.  P. B. WELLS  Post Office Store.  & t$.  q? fe *������  I 4 4  pccte.d,. hut.   which   is    believed  from   promise Unit it   vvill   be   vetoed.    He  vvill Hud   Joe Martin' quite   harmless  this time.  Notice.  A ropoft having been circulated, with a view-  to injuring our traile relationsvvitli men working on the river bank, to tlio effect that we  made the remark tbat tl 00 per elay was enough  1. r 1 lie men engaged on i-aid work, vve lierchy  publicly elony ever having made such remark  ami lurlhcrmore state tliat we gladly signed  tlio petition asking for wages to be increase-!,  and were among the llrst to agitate Biich  petition being prepared. Ue have taken  measures to tind out tho person or perilous  responsible for the circulation of the above  mentioned false r.portand if we nro successful  ln this behalf, will immediately enter an action  for damages. __   . ,:JAMES GIU.&CO. .'  surface indications to ho onu of great  promise and possibilities. The acquisition of this territory -tlie development of this new district is worth a  struggle. There are other place-s  watching it too, but Kevelstoke holds  the key oT the position if Revelstoke  businessmen vvill only make up their  minds to use it.  Tlie  following    is     .Mr.     St.   Cyr's  report:  Department or the Interior.  Topographical Surveys Branch.  Ottawa. Jan 3.  Mn. Bajii-hl Winter. Moncton. N.B.  DeauSib: In reply to your latter  re navigability of lho Columbia Kiver  I beg to inform you that at the time  of the exploration of that stream hy  nie in 1888 the section of tho river  between Donald, Beaver Mouth nnel  Canoe River, was not fit for navigation, and thi6 for several reasons which  -it-cotild-betoo-loii^to-enameratc-here. _^j^^^  The other route from Kevelstoke to  "Wanted  A situation in a hotel sue-h as .weeping, or  washing the door, lighting llres, cleaning  lumps "ami driving and feeding horses .11  required.   GeoR-E >-_vi.k, Columbiallouie.  Found  ��������� On tlie milwr-v track just below .Tapping's a  chain and amber charm. Ov. ner can have the  siime by proving properly and paying the  expenses of this advertisement. Apply Il_it_li)  office. 1'eb. 1  The balance of the idea at the bottom of lbe Martin alien clause was to  capture the popular voto in the recent  Victoria election. But the popular  voto failed to rise to tbe. bait and now  Mr. Hume has to face an electorate" in  Nelson who are m*tivt-ly host ile   to tbe      __ c> R f.  Pl,rnlIim!nt LuM1 ,t pavings Co., of  . ii-ftnienl  liotb in li.Lt.T and in  -nil-it     Vancouver. B.C., wish ,i������ stale that tliey arc  t.liailincni iioc.il in ie ll. 1 .mu iu  .pun,    now ,ut|������n(.,i  -A itli   the  T'.lle of   th.-  Smeller  as tending to shake  the  confidence or   7f���������*}il%���������.1 *-t������ ^'-r"0'1 "> l0A" mm,*'-v *'"  American investors in the stability   of j *     ' *'��������� FAYETTE isi*KEIV  their   position   in   this   province.    In |   'fact i<" is stated that the pinch  of  the j    t wi,  clause  is   already   being   felt   in   the   '""^J --- -------   ^ ^. p^NNE.  Slocan   and   that   certain . prnmisin;  mining deals vvith American capitalists   ni?^"-  iWGOMIirci'  For   next   week   we   will   give   20 Per Cent,   off all Granite Iron  White Enamelled and Tin Goods.  We Will also Offer* for Next Week Only, All  Our   Eclipse   Hockey   Skates  for  -^_75 Cents per pair. ���������    - -   ���������    **  Don't Miss This Chance.    See Our New Art Souvenir Heating Stoves at $27.50.  The "Best in the Market.     Agent Gurney's Stoves.  McCarty Block-  W. M. LAWRENCE,  HARDGOAL!  HARD CASH !  have been declared oft on  account of  it.    80 unpopular is it  in  Nelson tlmt  tn   consider     that    it   alone   vvill   be  enough to defeat Mr. IItime.  Taking  these thir.jrs  into   consider-  Canoe lliver, though the longest,  might possibly be navigated in high  water .vhich in that country begins  toivirils the middle   of May  and lasts! ...  .���������i.v     .-in   ���������r   *,.....,-.        i.   .i._t   ation the Herald does not anticipate  until tbe middle ol  August.     At   tliat  time the nights get cold anel thc snow  stops molting in the mountains.     The  probably     extended  huaver."��������� Golden Mir  consequence is that tbo water falls  rapidly anel only very powerful steamers will be able to navigate the stream  to the Big Hind.  I mny say for your information that  in tbo e.irlv sixties a steamer used to  navigate the Columbia from Iliivel-  stoke to I**iporte, a distance of 50  miles, and tbat the only objectionable  part in that elistiinc-t' ������" . a canon  called "Ies petites dalles." The river  here runs for a. distance of three  fl'.iiii ter- of 11 mile. I believe, through a  gorge, the woi^t spot being at the  tipper end nf thin gorge where a point  n( rncki throws the writer on the  opposite shore, causing a big ripple.  Tbat gorge is six eir seven miles from  the town 1 if Kevclstnkf.  When ."."narse gold was flrbt discovered on   Gold   Stream   and   its   trihu-  blished  el   on  hiiv*d agniti   and   vvill   be   kept   busy  driving pile-s in tbe Columbia   River.  where 1   boom   vvill   be   erected   ;ti d   taries a trading pout   vvas  esttibl  robably     exlcndcd^all   the   way  to jllt L.ll>olte and  a steamer   placei  the river, hut she. came  to  grief some  ���������As the hall on Friday evening i.s for  tb������ beiitfjt. of Fire Brigade Xo. 2 it is  lo be. hoped that it will be vv.-ll patronized by i-itizun-.' generally. An elegant  mipper i������ lu'ii*.*_: -pi-.-pared and lii-st-claps  inus'c is b.iiv- i.l.t.iineil. This is positively to be the best affair of the season  and if you veil! _-how yonr appreciation  ��������� ���������f mir "efforts in trying to make it a  sure, ss you will be in attendance on  Friday evening without fail.*  Mi*. R. E. Gosnell. formerly "provin-  ii������'librarian at Victoria, will be here  .'ii Friday morning in connection with  ihi* international education extension  j.ri'jei*!. "f u-hirh mention has been  lna li- hi-foie in th': columns of the  ilKiiAr.D. ,'It has been 'arranged to  hold :i meet ing in the schoolhouse al,  4 p.U'. mi Friday, at which all those  ir.tei estcel-iu advancing -the c-ause of.  higher pducation arc invited to be  present aud hear Mr. Gosnell esplain  tba e'litsiis of tbe pla.il which 'he-is  _Sdvoi-;n_!ng in tliis piov ince.  The Title ^Good  Notice,  not  be ri'spmisible for any debts con-  racted bv Jlrs.T. II. Dunne  9-li  4*  ������������������to  $1?  ^Hotel-Victoria.  J. V. PERKS, Prop.  Hotel Accommodation Hest in the city  for the money.  time after. 0  Two years ago while* in Revelstoke I  heard renewed talk of putting another  boat on that part of the river. Rich  mineral claims bad been discovered iu  the Big Bend district unci it was proposed to ask thc ausistance of t.ho local  government in improving the naviga.-  tifin of tbe river.  Canoe liver, thoiigb-a swift stream,  is reported navigable in high water aa  far hr tbe Big .lam, 40 miles abovo its  confluence vvith the Columbia river.  I regret I cannot comply just now  with your ri'f|iiest for a map- of this  section of the river as T am ' greatlv  pressed for time in the preparation of  mv ri'port'rfnd maps of iny last season's  explorations in.the Yukon .district-it;*..  Trusting  that    these, informations  will prove of some value to you,     .������'.  1 remain "fours truly.  (Hgd).    Al"TU~,-I! .Smnt-Ctti.  for'Mr. Martin much of a success on  the head of h'iH Alien Exclusion legislation. It may hnve looked a ir-nipiing  suojecl for 11 free and patriotic handling. But Mr. Martin does not know  the people* of this province.' like he  knew the; people nf Manitoba. We are  not in thc least inclined to play .Mr.  Mill-tin's little game for bim. In fact  vve tire not. particularly in love with  Mr. Martin at all. Dining lbe general  election his party had to keep hiin  very much in lhe background to win.  and his political performances since  by the sheer energy :ind force of hi������~  character he forced his way through  bis half-hearted and unwilling colleagues to tho front, have not  hy any means endeared bim  to thei community nt large. If  in order to gr-itify bis spleen  againstHirWilfrid J^inrier, Mr. Martin  thinks to bead the people i.f British  Columbia in a campaign for provincial  rights on the head of a veto of the  Alien Exclusion clause, he will receive  such a rebulT as has rarely fallen toi  tho lot of any political agitator in  Canadian history. But th.1 llKKAl-n  docs not suppose that that would  matter much to Mr. Martin.  Kin.lv favor ui with  a call, and we'll !-ati*fy.  Bent bar in H'vcli-tnk..  Free sample rooin*.  Free Bus hi all trainH- _.   _  Honrlv Kireet car between hotel and Htaiion  Ilenf'! by  hot air anel electric light and bell  in every room.  REVELSTOKE  8.0  SEE  C.J.AMAN  FOR  Case Pipes, BB11, Meerschaum ripes,  Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Amber and  Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette  Holders.  .Scientific   Books   on   Alining '  Leather Money Purses, Banjos, Guilars,  Violins, Mandolins, Auioharps and  Vapor-Baths.  We  Don't  Want a Cent ���������~������g)@& "  :: of your money unless vou get value  :: received .for It.    For tliat reason we  :: are always glad to have vim try our  :: BKEAD, Cakes anil Confectionery.  A.' N.  Smith.  ANTHRACITE COAL,  .Delivered   from  car   Delivered from shed      $8.00 nor ton.   .' $8.00 per ton.  Novv   is  the  time  to  get in yonr winter supply before. Hit* snnivfiills.    Older  curly.     Cash must iici'ompuuy the order.  .F. Mccarty.  1IAKEK  ANO  GKOCER   .   EDUCATIONAL  CARD  Pencil drawing, black and colored cravon'.  oil and water color on canvas, silk, chinn*, etc.  Two hours weekly:   fl per month.  Knglish (evening class) 6 hours weekly, $3  per month. French, _> hours weekly, "fi per  month.    Latin, i hours weekly, ?l per month.  "pedal terms to families.  Address: -Mi������s Steele, McKenzie Avenue,  oppositi! Taylor Block.  Undcrt.ikinK and Embalming  R,. Howson & "Co.,  Mackonzle Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in furniture  Hotel License  NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN   that   thirty  avs from date hcreol 1 Intend to apply to the  Silpeniliary  Magistrate   for    llie    llevelstoke  davs from date hereol 1 Intend to apply to tho  li.eniliarv  Magistrate   for    llie    llevelstoke  Billing of west   Kootenav   for  permission   to  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  DEER HEADS,  BIRDS, ANIMALS, Etc.,  Preserved and   Mounted  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  _��������� _-.������3**ftS������'.3-.������*K  'M  %   . Louisville Restaurant  f2|S  ,t^->  f22-"Vj-^,-"V-*^_  THE READY MADES ARE GOmO  AT R. 3. WILSON'S  Come and see if -we can fit  you ; if we can't fit you with  a ready made, we can make  you a suit that will fit in very  short order, at a moderate  price, and the money will be  earned and kept in town too.  PAHTS FROM $1.00 UPWARDS  ���������51  SO-  opposite Cloursler's. w  Meals  served  at all boms, day   fft  or night. 0  ADtonl  BoBochci,  Proprietor.       y.;  ^iE.-A.asrcB*3yrE3A.XiS %  Our Bread  Trade  ���������Is constantly Increasing.   There Is  ���������a good rc&son  for this, and  If you  ���������give our bread a trial, you. too, will  ���������become a permanent customer.  ���������Free Dally Delivery.  HcCAQUE BROS.,  FKONT STREET.  MARRIED  LOVERIN(.������ ��������� BOSELI.y ��������� At the  Methodi-st parsonage. Revelstoke, on  '������������������" Tuesday evening, Feb. 7th, by Rev.  S.J. "th6mjmem, IJ.' L.. Lovenng. of  Revelstoke, to Miss Annie Bosclly, of  Hifllvillc. Out.  DON'T  Hack and  Cough  Your  Life Away  sell liiiuora bv retail ai mv hotel In Revelstoke,  B.C.  BOlir.RT CAYLEY.  Dated at Revelstoke, Jim. Mtli, 1S9U.  O  Application for Timber.    .  Notice Is hereby glycn lliut thirty days from  dale, I intend applying to llie* Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for a license lo cut  nnd curry away limber from the following  descril.ed lands situated on Lardeau Creek hi  Trout. Lake district, West Koolenay: Commencing at o post on the bunk of sou'tli fork of  Lardeau i.reek al the easl end ol tlie town of  Ferguson, near the four milo po������t*on wiiiron  rond, thence"running north -to ehuli'.i, Llicnci*  east 80 I'.lii'.Iii", tlicnce:i.oulh LM chain.., thence -  casi SO chains, thence south -lu chains, move  or leas to south fork creek,.tht-nce wc:,i following creel* to initial post; contain.; CU) ucre-i  more or less.  .\l.-0 coiiimeiicliiB. at this ..tune poijt, running  south IW chains tlii.-nce eas-t-10 i-lmln-.. thuiicf  norlh Hi) chains more or less to soutlrforl:  crock, tlience west along creek to Initial post,'  containing i!.|f) acres more or leisi.  Also commencing at a post -on tlie Lardeau  wagon road on west bank of Lardeau Creole  about Three-quarters of a mile south of the  town of Ferguson, thence running west 20  chain'1, tlicnee north Oil V_ialns, thence east '.!0  chains more or le?.-* to Ltu-'leau creek, thence  smith following Creole to initial post containing l'io acres more or less; in all niDO neres.  Signed,  DAVID l~E~"C.t"!~0".  rerg-.iaon. B.C. January 21, ISfii. ' 'l-Vi-'it  FAYETTE BUKER  Fire, Life,' Accident,   Loaning and  Investment Agent  $40,000 to Loan  On Revelstoke Real Estate  Property ,  b.i..n..4.i!.i.....Gi.aj:sn3Eii.neitialx  j Hotel Fe?gus@n, j  : Ferguson, B-C- \  I Bast R-SGommodatloii in the Ij  I        MW-au Dlsfcplet.        =  f   Rates:   $2.GXD Per Dag.  \ D. Ferguson: Proprietor-|  5uiii������-i������ii*iii������������������niiiiii(it<������iin>iilifm������niii'tt'iniJ������l  A Handsome Display  A very handnome* display of Chinc-ne  nnel Japanese cm ins and fancy goods  in novv being made at the Chin������~sc  Store���������next to post office. Front  Street���������by VVAII Oil (WO. The  (���������tock, whiih ih entirely new. having  jual. arrived from the Orient via the  liint. Empress, consists of a great  variety of china, silk nnd bamboo  articles of quaint workmanship anel  oriental beaiity, whicli must, be Hern  to be appreciated. This elisplay is  one that will prove of p-irticular  interest- to the ladies of Revelstoke  and affords a treat which'is usually  hatl onlv bv- residents, of.  .P"~.st cities..  A LITTLE PA MP  A LITTLE COLD  A LITTLE COUCH  A BIGGER COUGH  A SORER THROAT  IN THE OH EST  ON THE LUNGS  PNEUMONIA  FEVERS  CONSUMPTION  Thk  WAY  THEV  ALL  IIKOIX  CHECK  IT  NOW  WITH,  Dr. Mackenzie-s Fnglisb  Cough Balsam  GEO. F. CURTIS  The Acme-^���������>  Soda Water Works  Manufacturing all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda and  Mineral Waters ln Syphons  and Dottles.  Notice of Assignment  rursuint to the Creditors Trusts Deed3 Act  and amending Acts.   -  Xotice is hereby given tliat Isabell-Johnston  ol Arrowhead, Ji. C, heretofore carrying on  businoHii as a merclinnl at Arrowhead under  tlie name of ISA DYKE"!, has by deed dated  lhc Mtli day ol January, IE!'D, assigned all her  iiereonal estate, credits and effects wliich may  -be scir.ed-and-sold-uuder-exccuticn,-and-al*l-  lier real estate to Robert L. Johnston of Arrow-'  head. B.<!��������� Agent, in trust for tho benelit of  her creditors.  The said deed was executed bv the said  Isabella Johnston on the Mtli January, 1S3!),  and by the snid Itobert L. Johnston ou tne 10th  January. 189.I.  All persons having claims against the said  Isabella Johnston are required on or beforo  the ISt li dm- of February, ISP., to send to tlie  trustee 1*11*1! particular, of the same dulv  verifiet! together with the particulars of the.  security (If nnv) held by them.  NOTICE 13 llUIUCHY FUItTllEU GIVEN  tliat nfler the Mild 18th ilny of February. IS."1.",  the trustee will proceed to distribute the  assets among those creditors wliose claims  have been lodged with him, and that he will  not be responsible alter suttl elntc for tho  assets so distributed, or any pari thereof, to  any person or pi'rfons, linn or corporation of  whose debt or claim lie shall not then have  received notice.  A Meeting of the creditors of the said  Isabella Johnston will be held at the ollice of  Hnrvoy <t "ilcCnrter. Molsons Dank Hlock,  Itevelstoke, lt.C, oil Wednesday, February 1st,  18H9, at '1 o'clock In tlicnttcrui.dll.  Dated at KevolMoke, B. C, the 18th day of  January, A.D., 1899.  l!EO. S, McCARTEn,  Solicitor for the above named Trustee.  FACTORIES AT_  _������.  Vernon and Revelstoke  M. J. O'BRIEN. Proprietor  imwimj&mimimwmu  * DRAYING  TEAMING  Special Rig for Moving Furniture  PETTIPIECE & VAN  PROPRIETORS.  j,   tlood Dry Hard Wood For Sale  ��������� THE DRUGGIST,"  '   Successor to the McD. A. W. Oo���������  P.KVEI.STOXE BTATIOV,.    -.  V        ������������������    " ,  IV. G.  " THE FASHION "  LIVERY   STABLE.  Douglas Street, Revelstoke.  First Class Rigs and Good Driving and Soddle  Horses. Nothing but the best Kept in the  Barn.  All kinds of Light Draying Work attended to  promptly.  TELEPHONE IN" CONNECTION.  Orders for Rigs by Telephone will receive  prompt attention.   '  FLEMING & FLEMING. Proprietors.  - Revelstoke Sash & Door  ������^ Factory f1*a  m  & /  m  72a.' J    ���������fiST"   e"  Manufacturers of and Dealers in  Sash. Doors, Turnings,Plinths, Corner  Bleicks.   Mouldings    of   all   kinds,  Fancy Gables und Verandah work.  Brackets of every description made  to order.    St oie and oflice Fittings,  Window'Frames, with Sash fitted  a specialty.  All the latest machinery.    Dry kiln on the  premises.     Call and get prices beforo  going elsewhere.  ^SAWYER & MASHING*'  _���������____

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