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 ���������t   s - s j ,/. i  ���������    y     /)- ���������  --.   <j-  ���������' ���������_, -''--    V    '        _/*  ���������--. !'.- "*">7   y7- i .-���������"  x*  '2^  /���������  -ZESSTTIEID   a?"WIOE-A.-*W-EEK: ���������"Wr-3������iX)nsrESIDA."SrS   ____Csr_D    S-__-TTTIR,I-___."Y''S-  Vol.  II.    No.  91.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10,1S9S.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  Haig  & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,-  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Tailor Hlock, McKenzie Ave.,  RcvelsioKe Sta.  Monev io Loan.  XV. White. Cl. C. J. M. Scott, B.A.. LL.ll.  F. L. ft-Ultra.  HARVEY   &   M.CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitoi s,    Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Hank of Canada.  Companv fundi lo loan r.t S per coal.  Offices*.   Molsons Bank Block.  First Street.   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Praying and delivery workaspceia'ty. Team:-  filwa. s ready on shoftastnotice. Contracts for  jobbing taken. ������~6S-Agen'. for the Standard  Oil Company.  DENTISTRY _  DR.  EDMONDS.  (Successor to Dr. Malhison.)  ��������� Teeth extracted painless.   Deuiistrv-in all Its  bruachc . ��������� Ofhce  over   the  Canada Drus   ".  Boot Co.s* store. -    -  YOU    SKOULD   READ  THIS'AD NEXT  ISSUE  Mrs. M."K.-laay/son  offers in tiny arti**-!*1** of nnrt-Oiilur in*  t-Croat to t.i*> Ladles nil .\eeS_ lontf, but  FRIDAY  has boon solected as Hakgmn   Day,  v. hen h ft-w ������p?ci.-l liuutnir(��������� o_te?~;._  ������u verv closo nri(. c*6, in oiM cr to at tract-  *   both <~lti hi*,-.  ti_>\r  .���������npt,,ni*r*_i to tl;e  store. .-Then salts nre assu tvi..      '" *"  THY OUR...  i^'^ll/J^lt  #  "iT **������  The ferlili/.iiig power of this prcpar-  itl ion is due to it heinp- a veil balanced  mixture nf nil thi'ingrvilient- ncc-ess.-iy  -fur���������the���������noiu-Uhmcnti���������of���������cultivated  plants.  " Trv it and prove for yourself ivlut a help' it will be  to you.  O. B. REID & GO.  Boys'   Sweaters  In various colors, good quality  just in. Call and get one for  your boys; I hey will appreciate  them this winter.  Ladies' Scotch  Plaid Gloves  These New Knitted Scotch  Plaid Gloves are tho very latest  *~ ort, and nro now quite the  " thing worn by the Ladies.of  Eastern Cities. These Gloves .  are pretty, serviceable eiuel up-  to-date. Ladies call and see .  them.  Men's, Women's.  and Childrens  Gloves and  Mitts  ,We have just received it large  assortment���������in fact we believe.    '  we have tlie best line in Revelstoke. ��������� Price-s in  accord -willi  '"--the quality'.'  ' ' ""      -_      "'     *  Childrens  and Ladies    -  Tani G'Shanters  A Splendid Line, quite uppio-  ptiato _ for this season of the  year���������iit Moderate Prices.  Fancy'  Is now in order, as the ssason  of festivity is drawing  near.  Last year we made over 1000 lbs. of  Xraiw cake. This >ear we are pp..  pared to double that amount. Ovor  2W lbs. are already ordered from us.  We can cater to your requirements  cheaper and better than ever before.  Any Mzo or shape, ICED and ORS'A-  HESTED, the bent that choicest  material and skill can produce, for  wn  Try onr Ontario cider,���������5 cents per  glas-..  IOUUO  Baker and Confectioner,  To Let  A large bedroom, furnished or unfurnished,  to one or two persons.  AI..O  upstairs of  larjrc  hoce, Miitiible  for  small family.      Also nMnick, l_!.\ll".  Anpiv to owner on premises.  Mill. M. STAMIT.H.  Cor. Second St. and (Jrton Ave., Itevclitolcc Slu.  dee JO 2m  Shaft Miners Wanted  Tanielcr Nine. I..miti<I. Alt.'ri I'-iuvo'-, II..'.,  r������"iiiilrcs linmcdialclv ciirht (i.io.l i-liHtt miner .  "'up��������� ">".���������''! mt 'Ihj; l������.nrd ?'..'JU r~r week:  ��������� ielit hourthlit".  ^assware5-  Our Stoek of Fancy Glassware  is iim ply the easiest place in  town lo'select-a l-A_._)SO.Ml.  'XMAS GIFT for your friends  and they are not only pretty  but useful.  Parlor  Lamps  We have ;i few of these~which  . we feel certain will .sell with,  out our telling you all about  them. Ju^t call anel see them  and get onr prices before pur-  clntsitig elsewhere'. We have  also ii good nssortnii.it of olher  Lamps which we guarantee  In all other lines  Eriually   good value is  to   be  found, but in the above we are   *  '    making specialties this  week.  Our Cranberries  Are Really Nice and will make ������ -  Excellent    Sauce     for    your  Xmas Turkey  SECURE   THE   MATEKIAL-  for  us.  your 'XMAS CAKE from  THE GREAT  ������    ������    ������  PREPARING THE WAT  Our energies nre being given largely at this time to preparations for  Xmas business. Tou are. already, ns wo are, thinking ot the wants of the  near future'. Present needs however are not. forgotten and to make quick  clearances wc have markod many lines at quick selling prices.  Triumphs of the Dress Goods  Sale _:  Ladies in search of'Xmas Gifts fen- thoir friend's could not do hotter  thnn select a few Drcs lengths from this great sale. Every price is reel need  to such an extent as will make this section the very fountain head of 'Xmas'  Gift Supplies. '   ��������� '. '  - '��������� DRESS: GOODS SALE  Stylish Broche Dress Goods���������regular  S5e. a yard,"sale 60c.  Stylish Figured Dress Goods���������regular 73c. a yard, sale 55c.  Stylish Plaid Dress Goods���������regular  Coc. a yard, sale 50c.  Stylish; Broche. Dress  Goods���������regu  lar $1 a yard, sale Sbc."  SPECIAL: A few pieces Milton cloths, heavy weave; special for  winter dress, double width, in the bast colors, cheap at _0 e. Monday 25 cents.  Great "Jacket-and Cape  Sal?)  ��������� Begins Monday;.;,._/  2 5 [f per;, Qeii1_*.:x. Qj^. JHy s^y -Garment  Commencing Monday mornin-?, Dec. 12th, 1S0S, The Dig Store will'  take 25 per cent,, olf every Jacket and Cipc. ��������� The discount to be taken olf at  the bottom of each bill so thac customer!) cm see themselves the reduction  madu.  Ladies' Felt Hats   Gents' Slippers  IT IS COMING OUR WAY  Two great, birg.iins in Ladies'  trimmed and untriniined. That it is  almost impossible to describe stifiicienl  to wiy. That they are the best value  ever olfered here or elsewhere so far  as we know.  -"Felt-Sailors-----  Trimmed and untriuir.icd in black,  brown and navy. Regular $1.25 Hats;  -londay 75c.  Walking Hats  Ladio-.' Felt Walking Hats -Black,  Brown .ind Navy���������regular .$1.50 Hats,  Monday���������$1.  What is, more suggestive of cosy  eiise than Slippers���������a' pair of theni  makes n thoughtful ,'Xmas Gift and  carries untold comfort to the recipient.   _ ---���������Opera^Slippers^.-_= -_^  Gents'cBlack   Kid 'Opera  Slippers  well made and nent finish���������$1.50.  Dongola Chocolate Slippers  Very   Comfortable,     Style,    hand  turned soles  and spe-cinl finish���������.$1.75  Special Lines and Values  tn Holiday Gloves and Handkerchiefs, Fancy Gooels iind Stationery,  Fancy Linen and Stumped Goods, Japanese Silk, Utnhro.idereel Tidies nnd  Scarfs, Silver and Plated Ware, Elc.  To Make ITour Home Attractive  WHOLESALE    AXD    RETAIL"  ������; i-N E h a i,.-~ r~ r������; j l\ nts  For Home Fixing  If you tire fixing np the home for  X.MAS HOLfDAYS some of these  may interest you. 150 Curtnin Poles*,  Mahogany or Cherry finish, 0 feet long  complete with brass fittings. Cheap  at 00c.   Monday- 05c.  Window Shades  Opaline Cloth, Dark or Light Green,  Special value at 75c.���������Monday���������55c.  iooo Yards Pretty Cretonne  In Dainty Art Shades and Designs,  The i egular 25c. yard kind���������Monday���������  15c.  BLANKET CHANCE  Such a multitude of warm cosy Blankets' will be shown on Monday at  Bargain Prices.       It will astonish most housekeepers: "  Woollen Blankets  A splendid 'line of White Wooly  Bl.-inkcts, size72.80 inches, with pretty  colored borders, special value at $4, on  Monday $:-?.   .  THE GREAT NORTHERN CREEP-  IMG UP TO  REVELSTOKE  SURVEY THROUGH THE LARDEAU  The Nelson & Eedlington started and  to be Finished by the End of June���������  This will Give Connection for the  tlie Great Northern Clear Up to Sandon���������A Party Now Mapping out a  Line Through ths Lardeau.  Tlie Trail Creek News annoimces  that the Great Northern has lntely  sent a party of surveyors through the  Lai'deau co'iiutry to map the line of a  railway from the head of Kootenay  hike tei llie Arm on Uppei Arrow lake.  Thc construction of the Nelson & Bed-  linglon was commune nil on Nov. 20th,  and the work is to he finished by July  1st. 1S09. This road will give the G"oat  Noi-liBrii railway communication as  fnr ;_> the foot of Koolenay Lake and  thence by its steamers to Kaslo,  where connection is made willi the  Slocitn by the Kaslo to Slocan road,  also controlled by thc Great Northern.  THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CONCERT  Thursday   Night   Nest   in   the   Opera-  House���������The Programme  The proceeds, of the entertainment  to he given by the school children' on  Thursday night next will he devoted  to defraying expenses in connection  ,ivith the janilor.diip 'nf the schoolrooms.., No appropriation is made by  the government for tlie purpose of  paying ei janitor, and "us the town is  not incorporated no local grant can be.  obtained. A school concert has been  thought to be the best method of raising lhe money, aud wc trust that the  patents and all those" who are intci-  iisted in the comfort and educational  ,idvni\Cf incut of the' rising generation  of Revelsloke will libertilly patronize  the entertainment to bs givon by them  un Tlini"ih".y nighl. .The band will  play a number of selections during the  evening.- " .  Tiie following \s the programme :  Gil urns..- Come, Com... dome "Jchool  Ad-iosj.,."-."..'."...'... .*.".--. _n'..'.'..Oe.airm.in  Exercise: Dumb Bella... Intermediates  Chorus The Sugar Maple Tree School  IiiKtriiniental '. Frances Paget  R-cUiition f. Eight Tots  lmet ..' ' Swing Cradle  Ephia Smith and Gertie Lawson  ron;,' Tip Toe Ten Tots  i'-coreiue...: Dumb _clln Seniors  Recitation :  Flvo Bovs  Snnc Tho Bu^y Miner Ton Tlovs (Tots)  Drill  Twelve eiru'-idmolhers.. 12 Small Girls  I'.citation Ray l'r.isci* and Gertie Lawson  "ioni; \  /rheHeert Tots  K^urid-ie l/unib Jlells Tots  Iterltation Buriiies Cui'.dlo Don  Hei-ic Lawson  Soil;: Thu Itowerd Ten Boy  Club Swinging:... V.\ a I-an^r and Nettie KorrcKl  Recitation..Froe in tluiThroni... uekv Sibbald  13rill  jIoo;i Sixteen clirls  t'lioni., Can aria, Lund of the Maple. ..Sehool  Attitudes ..illi vioiiu aeeonipfuilineut .'.   Mary "CdiVnT.ls  Reeitiiiion and March  The Army  F.iijlit-i'iiillliovs  Tnblciui mid Kee.itntlon Tlie British Flag  _ I.iry Dd'.vnrde  soiiK~.~|-pdfWInte-and-.Bliii'Vrr:Sii.teen Girls  f-|ionu>..._-i>M- Our Lesion" are l_.iv.lsd,..School  COD SjVVI* THIS CIUE~"N.  THE REVELSTOKE HOCKEY CLUB  Inaugurated   on   Wednesday Evening  To Play Golden at 'Xmas  A nuinlK"r of* hookey enlhusiusls  met at the'Union hotel cm Wednosday  evening for tlm purpose of forming a  club here, which was niostsiiccessfullv  organized. J. M. Scott was voted to  the chair and explained the object of  tlie meeting. Without further discus  sicin tl'.e following ollicers were elected  unnniniously: J. D. Molson. president: Wm. Cowan, vice-president:  K. D. Johnston, captain ; It. P. Pettipiece, soe'y-l.i.-is. Those present then  signed the membership list. A lettei  wns read from Edward I'lowright, secretary of the Guillen Hockey Club,  accept ing the Heveli.toki: ihallftige lo  piny in (ioldeii ou tiio 2llth in.t. _AI-  lhough there is no ie-e; heie as yet, nor  hnve: the Itevelstoke buys ever pUyed  together, they intend In leave here  on Xni.is dny "iind pluy Gulden Meiu-  morniiig, returning  pucks,   pad  POLITENESS 0N_ THE C.P.R  Circular   on   the   Subiect   Issued   by  Manager Whyte  The following oilicial circular has  been issued by Manager Whyte. lithe employees* of the Cauadian Ph-  cilic railway on the lines west of Fort  William:  " Many years ago this company established a reputation for the civility  nud polileness of employees of iifi  classes towards the travelling and  shipping public, which weis a verv  valuable factor in developing lhe business of the road, and lias been most  favorably commented upon by all  classes. "A number of cases which  lave been bi ought to my attention  of late indicate! that there is danger  or' tliiB enviable reputation being lost  by the indiiference, and soineliii.i-.  iiicivility, of some employees. One of  the most frequent complaints is die  difliculty in obtaining information  wilh regard lo delayed trains. This,  of course, chiefly applies to ageiiio  ind opera tors, but lhe fact that  complaint is made on this score does  not establish lhal tlie agent or opei-  itor is always lo blame. Sometimes  it is the indiil'erence' uf a train dispatcher in replying to the inquiry of  an operator.  1A long lecture on this subject  ought not to be necessary. Business  courtesy is u most valuable cipi'pmciit  for any man who has dealing.-, with  the public; in fact, it, is an absoluta  essential. -An employee of ,i railway  company should never allow the idea  that people cannot travel or ship their  freight by,any other railway, to have,  the least weight in his mind in dealing  with the patrons of the road. A very-  large' proportion of-this- company's  business depends entirely on the good  will of the people, and all coucerneidt  officers., as well as employees, must  co-operalegto estahlisli and maintain  Lh.it reputation for P.-nisitni politene.-s  which was of so much uapib to' the C.  P.R. iu the lirst years'ol' its existence,  aud must understand tliat incivility  is an unpaidoinible offence and when  ovei-deterted.wiH be" followed'Oy summary punishment.  HE CHRISTMAS TRADE  EASTERH POLITICAL- HEWS  Five " Nominations   for   the   House   of  Commons on V_ ednesr._.y-  Nominations "in five' constituencies  for'Dijiiiiiiioi-elections rook place ' on  Wednesday last.- Two elections are in  Ontario, two in Quebec and one in  Prince Fciward* Island.".- In .Ontario  there are West"Lanibton*.and North  Simcoe; in Quebec, Moiitmagnv and  Bugot.'and in Prince Edward island,'  East Prince. Three of the constituencies are held by the Liberals, and one  (Bagot)*by a. Conservative.-and one  JNorth Simcoe) by an independent,tl-.e  late D.ilton McCarthy. There will be  contests in each constituency. ���������  The Ontario election protests in the  case of the two Ottawa, seats' held  respectively by Lumbdt _i. Liberal, and  Howell, Conservative, were dropped._  A protest was entered nn Wednesday against the return" of Hon. John  Drydeii at, tlie recent bye-election in  South Ontario. Besides_ the usual  chin ges of corruption, ib is ul!eg-.".l  th.i-41ie election���������trial���������by���������which -the.  late Conservative member, -Charles  Ciilder, was imseatud^wiis illegal, hashing been held during the c-Otitiniiaiu-e  of the session-of the legisl.ituri! lom-  menced in August lust, and lhat  O.ildeivConserviitivc. is therefore!, and  always lias been since March List",  been the legal member" for' the cou-  atituencp.  THE   STORES    PKEPARING   TO  OUTFIT   SANTA    CLAUS  BUY YOUR XMAS CIFTS HERE  No Need for Buyers to Send Their  Money to the East or West���������Our  Merchants are Displaying Immense  Quantity of Handsome Holiday Goods'  ���������Visit the Stores Early and. Make'  Your Selections.  At this season of the year the rner-.  chants   of   Kevelstoke,  like those ,of  other placespnre making special eflorta*  io attract their customers by unwonted displays of various  kinds of_ goods  particularly suitable to the Christmas*  trade.     The   butcher    procures,  th_v  fattest  beeves,   the  finest   sheep,'   tbe  most   corpulent   pigs   and   the   most  toothsome turkeys obtainable,  sticks,  holly nnd greenery all over them   and*  hangs them up in his  store, row-  upon'  row of solid eating.    The  baker  racks'"  the inventions of his brain  to provide  some new*   form   of   Christinas   cake,"  some extra taslint'ss for his,Christmas'  pies.    The  grocery  stores   turn  their  windows into'wr.lls of reiisins, currants - ���������_  candied peel,-nuls tind almonds, masses'*  of    sweetness,   mountains   of , good-"  things.   The dry goods stores ,too.'are. -  to the front with- handsome   holiday*' -  goods.   The toyshops and'bookstores'  break out into tin   eruptiin  of Christ/,'  m,is toys. Christinas cards,  Christmas"  books, "Ciirisiuias.nlmibers and "Christ-.. '  iiuis presents of every sort and ' kind  beloved   by   the   heart   of   expectant'.,  youth. _, The'jeweller suggests that for.. -  something realty elegant mid valuables.  the holiday buyers had better .inspect!  his unrivalled stock beforejiurchasing. '  elsewhere,  \vhile~even ' the hardware  man begins to talk skates.       ' ���������   _ '���������  Itis s-.ife to" say   that   there   is   rto'i  necessity for anybody to go'outside' oft  Revels-toke this Christmas to buy any',  kind of Christmas cheer or Christmas \  gift and the  HERALD  urges  upon-its'-  readers the .duty of patronizing   our,  own merchants and giving theirentev-_  pi-ise-cyci-y, pcwsihle.Tci-octiitiouV- This*';*  is the season to which they look for -.:'[  considerable increase over'theii* ordin- .  nry trade.    They make extraordinary   "  efforts to stippiy.the expected demand,",  iind every recognition should*' be - ac-  cordeil.,t6 their enterprise.   "-   !        ���������--   ...  At the same lime it ii- just-as well to,  reuiiiid merchants that the way lo get .  Lhe people to buy is'to*leb theiti -know '..-.  that you have'some'hing to sell.   Now  is the time for a business  talk  to  cum- -  tomers in the colmuns.of the Hera~~.d.J  Not a lot of vague .geherallies.. but a />  straight aiinounceinont",or goods and,',  juices.    That, is the way  tl'.e Toronto",  depiirliiu-titnl    stores,   of    which   the'  ���������  li'i-al  merchant*!,  here  and   iu   every,  other town in Canada,  raise so  much"  complaint, do their advei tising.    The .  "complaint is perfectly   just,   but   the  obvious   remedy   Is    to    follow . the  enei!iy'o_"-iie'i.liocl-;,   which  have   been ,  proved "f^piwl"ifciy~^sn~ch~~niat:'velIousir  result.?.  produce"  T. Eiiton & Col are what the;  A Good'  Ladies' Vests���������Winter  Very decided values iti Ladies' Vests  on Monday. They arc good quality,  soft and warm.   Priced very low.  Groceries for the Season  The   best   and    purest    Groceries   at    the   Cheapest   Prices.  day morning, reluming I hi! same  day. Sticks, pucks, pads, etc., have  been ordered and will be here on Monday. The cluli a,Iso iliscussed turning  the lawn tennis ground at the station  into an open rink, as it would be  suicidal to attempt a hockey game in  the present rink. Uosslaiid is communicating with the secretary ns to  attending their Mid-Winter Tournament, the last, of January, nrul the  proposed will be considered at the club'-e  next meeting. Thn Kevelstoke hockey  club pieimisei" to be it lively and energetic one, emd ii3 for sport, there'll be  no end to il.  THE HARRY_LIHDLEY CO.  Show  and a "Large  Audience  Last Night  The Harry Lindley Co. played, last  night uniler the auspices of So. 1  Fire Brigade to at least !XX) people.  The pluy wus the .Mode! Fireman and  every member of the company showed  up to the best* advantage in their  different parts. The -���������l.iyj.is full of  life from start to finish. iiie* sp-.'ciaI  scenery put on was excellent anel added greatly to the evening', enjoyment. Harry Lindley and hi>* companv" ii'.lhongh fe:r the eiigiieri'in. nt so  fnr have not met wilh as "goi.ii "success  nsrthe merits of Iheir s*ho*.V dl'serves.  have ninde many friends here! with  thi.t..re-goers. The company** put mi  two plays tonight and a bumper bouse  should greet them-for tliis their last  performance". - ���������_  ley  :i cl-  ���������irc =imply and  solely  because  of  vertUing," plenty of advertising of thev_  right kind. It is" open to any merchant'  in"   Kevelstoke'   to   adopt    the - same ,  tactics. T. Eaton to Co. have no string  on them.     The  Hekald  ventures to"  predict  that  the  same" results    will*  follow.  To Smelt In England.  Arthur K. Browne, of London,  rep  Hundreds of bargains offered on Monday throughout the store.  BOTJKNE BROS.  Great Showinp; on the Silver Cup  Word has reaclicd thc lllvUAI.nfrom  Ferguson that the Silver Cup never  I looked better sinco development began on it. Tii" present shewing in  thc mine is magiiilicent mid there' is  every indication that the Silver Cup is  on ti~e point of developing into om4 ot*  the very firnt rank mines in Kootciiay.  The mangenii.it nri" leticci-.t, but the  above report comes iroyr a thoroughly reliable source.  To Organize Reading Centred  Mr, R.F.. ��������� Gosnell. the popular ex-  librarian of-the provincial libi-.-iiy at  Victoria, has mulct taken to orc-aiti*/."  reading ccnW-i"~ n*i British Columbia in  connection wlth'Xhe.University Association of; New Vork and Chicago.  These cent res provide*a tiu'-ms of procuring tbe higher education which  cannot be seen:t'd in any other way in  most districts of tliis province. The  cost of a course in any chosen special I  subject'is only" i53.7.*i including text  books. These ' com-.-cs comprise  history, literature, political e'conomy.  political-science, sociology, theoliigy.  and some of the scii'hces. Kath  student is tecum eel lo-give one lvilf  hour ol'honest reading in his chosen  subject each day. Mr. fiosnell at Victoria will farnish fuiiei- particulars to  anyone desirous of taking up a course*!!  It seems to the Herald that there  could scarcely be n better way of utilizing the evenings this winter th-m by  taking ono uo.  resenting iilie   Smelling  Corporation *  Limited, which operates works on   the  Manchester   ship canal   in   lCngliinil,"-  has been buying ores in the Koolenayh. ^  mnl concerning his* tipi-i-.lions he says:~  '���������The report is true that the   smelting  corporation I repre-ent is.   buying  ore  in Kootenay ciiinps." I have purchased-*  '.__"), ton    of     concenlr.ites   froin   the '  lliirhl.-.n'lcr   mill   iit Ainswnrtli.   and  .shall   ship   the   -same   to   Vancouver,  from th-ine'C round the Horn   to   England."  The value of lho-~e concentrate"! *  will average OS per cent,  lead   and   82  ounces silver.    This will be, I   believe, ���������  tlie;   first   shipment   made   fiom     the  ICeiotenay of   silver-lead   concentrate's  lo an Kn'glsh  smelter.    We   can   s*ive ���������  for the mines owners aboiit $8 pe_r  ton,' :  over Amei'ien'n  smelter   charges,   and  v. e pay spot cash"for our ore, w hich  i.s  11N0 acoiisidci'Htion. Yens see, we have  no large duty to pay. anel   besides,   by  om- own   process   for   extracting   tho  silver fiom the zinc, we make another  saviiur,-wheieas A meriraii smelters are  foi ceil to charge higher for   ores   con--  litining-a percentage of zinc;  in   other  weirdi-. the g.tlen.i "ores   going   to   the  State's have 1.1 p.iy   ,-i   higher   penalty ���������  on the zinc."���������Colonist.  Get "Their Instructions "  Mr. J. V. Graham,   recently appoint-  ������'il ' government  agent   foi-'northern  British   Columbia,   and   Mr.     J.     H. ���������  Brownlee., who is going  north   to" do.'  some   necessary   surveying    for    the "  piOvin'cinl government,  arrived   Tiom-'  the mainland <m  Sunday^ evening   to*,  c 1111 fer with tl'.e'eo'vermr.eht respecting  their duties.    Mr.  Graham 'will   proceed Xo~i lh immediately to take charge,'  of his office, and pend'iig 'the   receipt  .  of a report from him. lho   ejuestion  of  ���������what olher oflicials will be'seht  up  to "  assist him will be left undecided.     Mr. "  Brownlee will follow ilosely after 'Mr*-  Grafc.im.���������Colonist.- Revelstoke   Herald
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SATURDAY,    DECEMBER    10,    1S98.
THE  LOW STANDARD  OF POLITICS
Of equal interesi to young Conservatives and young Liberals in the west
was the Hon. -George E. Foster's address on Tuesday last to the Junior
Conservatives of Toronto. Speaking
of the dignity of politics he deplored
the patronage system, and wished thai
both parlies in this country would
agree to put thepublic service on the
one basis of merit.
Another thing he said "we don't
want in this country, although 1 am
afraid we will have him for some time
longer,' the devil of corruption. It is
abroad everywhere, in our local legislature, in our Dominion house, in ihe
Grit party, in the Conservative party,
and if there is one thing more than
another that takes hope away from
me it is when 1 talk to men and they
ear, '"You can't get elected in such a
county unless you have lots of money
to buy votes." He appealed to the
young" men especially to raise up the
standard against the feeling growing
'"in the Dominion, that you" must have
money to fight an election  with.
It is a very singular thing that we
hear so much.talk of purity from politicians who are 0111 of office, but when
thev succeed in getting a cinch on
the" public purse they are dumb. Politicians on both sides are minted. Grit,
and       Torv bosses     alike     have
done       things      for which the
rank anil file ot the party
blushed. The men who are in office at
Ottawa today are doing the ��� very
things "at'which when in opposition
they**held np thir hands' in indignant
horror. . The good sense of the coun-
trv -will stand this sort of thing up to
a "certain point.but sooner or later the
corruptionists will be swept from
office, not, let us hope, next time to
make room for another combination
of corruptionists.but to be replaced by
an entirely new set of men who shall
be the choice of the Young Men of
Canada. Mr. Foster's appeal to the
young men is an eminently fit one. lt
is the political youth of this country
who can show thai elections can be
run���and won��� without money. The
patriot*-who requires to be paid for
his campaign oratory at so much a
���y-arn^ho"urd~~b"e"'-turiied~ciowiY. There-
is suflicient wholesome sentiment in
the ranks of the young men of Canada, particularly Western Canada, to
elect honest members o* parliament
if that sentiment is only well organized. There is enough latent oratorical
ability among young men 10 render
unanecessary the work of the paid
stump speaker of the old school. A
time will come when the organizgd
youth and hope and honesty of this
land will control the fate of governments and we believe that time is not
very far distant.
WOMEN IN   MUNICIPAL   AFFAIRS
According    to the   American    Land
nd Titlo Register, a journal devoted
o municipal questions, the advent of
women Into the affairs of municipali-
ies has been accompanied by a most
cmarkable bucccss.   In more than 30
cities of this continent tho women or-
anlzoil  to  eradicate    somo    existing
municipal evil or to    introduco    somo
groat and necessary reform, and there
Is no record of their failure    in    nny I
nstance.    The  federation  of  women's
luhs has recommended    to Its    associate  societies   that  they   make   their
Ities.    towns     and      villages     more
ightly, even giving minute directions
for such    an    Improvement,  "and  all
over our    broad    land,"    the   Journal
Bays, -'the women aro beautifying and
Improving the    appeai-iinco    ot    thousands of communities/*	
Inn MacLaron, Rev. John Watson,
lecturing In London on Friday last,
described the typical American as
being: "Tall, sinewy, nervous, eager,
self confident and bright, with enormous Intellectual possibilities." He
added: "The New York man is the
money maker ami the Boston man is
the book worm. l'hiladelphia is a
city of old families where each man
knew his neighbor's grandfather.
Chicago is tho city ot hurry, in a
sense, a coarse city, but one where tho
navvy rises to own splendid art collections." 	
Nelson Miner: The Peace rive
routo into thc gold fields will yet be
a favored ono and one of importance
to this province, inasmuch as it will
open up largo tracts of farming and
timber lands belonging to llritisli
Columbia, farming land which for productiveness cannot he equalled anywhere on the globe. Before many-
years a railway must go in Hint way,
if it he not projected already. a
railway will nil mi l or maclnnery
hcing taken in to work the quartz
claims of tho upper Peace anel for
hydraulicizing the many auriferous
bars and banks with wliicli the rivers
and its tributaries abound.
THE   LOVERS  OF THE  SEA.
HEAR,   HEAR I
-Much has been said lately regard-
ins ihe useless ami extravagant system of education in vogu* throughout
the greater part of Canada. Boys and
girls are trained by ton thousands to occupy positions in life that
will never come within their crasp,
and bv their very attainments are- being fcjrced to leave the country ami
seek their fortunes elsewhere. Canada is essentially an agricultural country and one woultl look for ai least
an elementary course in agriculture-
in our public schools, giving the youth
of the country an inclination'towards
the 'development of the countless
riches of the soil: but instead of such
a policy we find days and months
���wasted "in the indiscriminate study of
algebra and mathematics and - the
dead languages. We aro turning out
Fchool masters and doctors for the
-Western United States and are robbing our own country of its bone and
sinew."���Ex-President Wilkie. _'. the
Canadian Banker's Association.
THE GROUPING Or   THE POWERS
The most curious thing about the
position of affairs today is the way
in which the different powers are
grouped on different questions*. It
may be that this will prove to our advantage in the end.    ,-,
China���Great Britain. Germany,
Italy. Japan vs. France, Russia.
Syria���Germany vs. France, Russia.
Egypt���Great Britain, Italy, Germany vs. France, Russia.
South Africa���Great Britain. Germany vs. France.
In looking over the list is will he
seen (1st) that France and Russia are
never in hostility (2nd) that they are
generally opposed to Germany. It will
almost seem as If Germany was ln
greater danger than England.
Twain nre tho lovers of the sea
And linril tlie burden of their IITo
Who wage for Unit which may not bo
Wars niiproeliilmed mul ficcrut strife,
Whilo thn gold wanton feeds tlieir hate
And triumphs in thoir sail oslute.
Sometimes about the earth   _ie flln; .
ilor fonm whltu arms and i-l 1 p-. hu waist.
And with low, purltnje l:r.i..lui'i- .-.n^.-i
Her lovo souk to him in rr.l.i.'rd.
Somatlmes __lio enil i .nie Inv.}' 1:1 s��
To heuvi'ii that sloopi. and ..mllce for thiil.
And presently In wililtr mood
Kliu leaps to ini'"t lho lowoiiiiR i-lili'"i,
Willi spai-ltllni: llu- to Insto luv.i'a lood
l'lill leu .eily f.-nm slurry eye-",
Then fiut. iin.l . lulis to be i-uit-mcd
Awhile upon earth's onvlnm lii-eii.-.t.
Yet friirj   .111 wholly to deel.-ire
l-'t-r en- or oilier of those twuin,
I.e. (!���_��� I.ivi". destined to denpair,
l"eiri:it lis worship in its pain.
I .est ihu Inch heaven should crnclc nnd tall
Ur earth divide and swallow nil.
-Pull Mall Gazette
CHILDREN'S COLUMN:
BOWIE   A3  A  SLAVE   TRADER.
. trotlial nines.
Modern Greek -peasants exchange s.
Sold and silver wedding ring, and they
drink wiu* from the inmo cap! Bat tho
regular-ritual of the Greek church ordains that __1 ��ma botrcthal precedes the
actual njurriage, iu whioh aro used gold
and -ilver wedding rings blessed by
tho priest, the gold ring being given to
the man, the silver ring to ths woman.
The form of tho espousal is then repeated, and tho rings are placed on the right
hands and then exchanged that no inferiority nuiybo betokened by tho worn-
Sn wearing the silver ring and also to
indicate a common ownership of property.
An Armenian mother usually chooses
her daughter's husband. Aftor all business preliminaries are settled between
the families the bridegroom's mother,
accompanied by a priest and two matrons, visits'tho bride and gives her a
ring in token of espousal, nud with this
ring ths couple aro ultimately married.
Ainoug tho fUliing communities very
a__it.ii- aud elaborate rings nro used,
and they descend as heirlooms from
generation to generation.
In Japanese marriagos arrangod between Tery young peoplo tho girl receives a ring in evidence that the uuion
is binding. In Malabar an old nntivo
custom seats both bride and bridegroom
on a dais, aud a relative washes the
feet of the bridegroom with milk and
puts a silver* riug on thc great toe of .the
right foot. He theu hands a gold ring
to his kinsman, nnd a necklace and
chaplet of flowers aro put on the bride's
neck and head.���London Mail
rantlc:i by Whioh He Heat tlio Law and
Mado Knormoua l'rollls.
The United Stales hael not long sup-
pre.-scd tlio slave trade. There woro plenty
si ill of lowland planters, with money In
both pockets, ready to buy whatever of
''black Ivory" olher men would fetch in.
I.afitte, the "Louisiana pirate, kopt up tho
business of such fetching in. Ills haunts
were no great ways from tlio Bowie habitat. Moreover, young Jainos was in tho
way of coming upon the pirato whenover
the business of board rafting took him to
"N'cw Orleans. Ha was too shrowdly American not to grudge such fair profits to a
pack of foreigners. In company with his
brother, Rezin Bowio, Jr., and two others
of liko ndvou-iirous mineis ha undertook
to get a fair sharing ln it.
Money was" needed to begin. Bowio sold
his land to got it. Then lho four entered
into treaty with Lafitte. IIo sold thorn
sound and likely blacks oil his slavoships
nt lho rnlo of 511 a pound. That mado the
average prico something like $1-10 the
head. In the open market the blacks
would fetch from 5500 to?l,C00 each. But
there was another and a better chance of
gain, which tho trading crow woro quick
to seize upon. Under the laws then standing all Africans brought in in violation of
the statute were confiscated aud sold out
of hand, ono half the prico going to tho
authorities, tho other to tho informer,
Bowio nud his comrades mado a practice
of informing upon themselves; then when
the slaves wero soi/.od and sold they bid
them in, pocketed half tho monoy they
paid and,found themselves freo to offer
their purchases wheresoever they chose,
for tho blacks wero now lawfully within
United States boundaries nnel acoiiimoclity
ns staple and ns marketable ns cotton.
Tho profit was enormous���nobody ever
bid nguinsl tlio partners nt tbo forced sales,
though thero wero u lively crying anil a
swift; 11101111 ting of prices ut thc later venil-
ings. Altogether the company realized a
profit of some $05,600 within 11 couplo ot
years." But the business involved such
mummery and flummery of false names,
pretended disguises and pretended seizures
that the Bowies pretty soon tired of it.
They dissolved it, and at least set about
spending as strenuously as they had gono
about making.���Martha McCulloch-Wll-
liams in Harper's Magazine
'       Korea's Seven ""Wonders-
The seven wonders of Korea aro: (1)
The marvelous mineral spring of Kiu-
shauto, one dip in which is a sovereign
cure for all the ills that human flesh is
heir to. (2) The double springs whicli,
though far apart, havo a strange, mysterious affinity. According to Korean
belief, there is a connection underground, through which water ebbs anel
flows liko the waters of the occau, in
���uch a way that only ono spring is full
at a timo. Tho water possesses a wonderful sweetening power, so that whatever is cooked therein becomes good,and
palatable. (3) The cold wind cavern,
whence conic., a never ceasing wind .so
piercing that nothiuf," can withstand it
and so powerful that the strongest man
cannot face it. (4) The indestructible
pine forest, the trees of which grow
cp again as fast as they aro cut down,
(3) Tho floating stone, ft massive hlock
that has no visiblo support, but, liko
Mohammed's coflin, remains suspended.
(C) The warm stone, situated on tho
top of n hill and said to havo the peculiarity of .spreading warmth and bent
nil round It. (7) A drop of the sweat of
Ijiidelha, for .10 paces round which no
flower or vegetation will grow, nor will
birds or other living things pass over it.
���.Brooklyn Tingle.
HOW TO CUT GLASS.
With OH and n riot roller You Can HI ale 0
Klncs Out of a llottlo.
This week wo give you a somowlmt
nnlcpio way of ullll-ing a broken bottlo.
Even If you elo nut euro to mako a
practical use of tho sugge'stlon you will
lind lt an iiitorostiiiK experiment In tho
study ot hunt,.
Whon tho neck of a liottlo Is broken off,
a, rugged edgo Is left, which wholly unfits
tho buttle fur any uso whatever, except to
bn thrown 011 tlio ash heap. Let us see
how wo may tavo lc from that inulaiiolioly
fnte.
Plnco tho bottom pai tof thn broken
bo!Ilo on a tablo anil pour oil into It, until
lt reaches tlio point when, ynu would like
to havo tho bottlo cut. Thru heat llie ond
of an iron pokor ivillint anil plunge ic suil-
LONGEST BEARD IN THE WdRLD.
A Scotclim-ni Win.-...   II*.r
jllen-llr.'.i r*.'VO!i  I'eot
nie j-ppendnge
in I.rmutb-
The. longuU heard in   the   world   mon- !
surcs suven I'oct In launch.    It bolongs to
.n Scotiiliinun iiiiinod Alu-iiml-ir Mol.won, 1
who was born forty-llvo years ago.    Ho ia |
li feot li inelios   In   height,   so tlmt when
standing on a tablo Iiu has a   eond   0I1_.I1-
toon   inches   of   hair hanging  below lho
_m!mmmmm-��mm?mfimimmmmmmmmmmm��'""~i
I   THE MOLSONS BANK   _j
JJ; iNconroRATEi) iiy Act of Paiii.iajiunt, IS35. __3
donly into the oil. There will bo a little
.snapping sound, and you will see that tho
glass has boon evenly cut all nrounel on a
levol with tlio oil. The nc.oiiip.'inying illustration shows tho wholo process.
If you wish to carry your experiment a
HI tie further anil mnko a mini bor of glnss
riiif-;-*, you havo only to remove part of the
oil ovcry time nml repeat tho procoss abovo
described. Pour oul, sny, half nn inch of
tho oil each llinc, and you may easily mako
several riiifrs lir.lf an inch, in breadth.
You will rcciif_tiizo in this experiment
the samo principle as in tho frncturo of n
cold glass when hot water or hot coffco is
poured into it. Glass is a poor conductor
of heat, and the fracture is caused by tho
expansion of tho insiduof lho vessel boforo
tho heat can get to the outside���Philadelphia Times.
Flower Sludy.
Children in.many European countries
havo excellent opportunity for tho study
of botany. Tho littlo city peoplo havo
plants especially supplied them, and in a
province of southern Russia 28!" acres are
dovoced to school gardens. Theso gnrclonn
nro planted with fruit and forest trees.
Teachers instruct In tree, vine, grain and
garden and nlso givo lessons in tho culture
of bees and silkworms.
I3csidcs Russia, Sweden, France, Austria and Germany provido opportunities
for their children in this branch of education. In Berlin two largo wagons loaded
with plant spoolincns deliver cuttings,
which havo been'labeled and packed for
different schools, tho daily papers having
already notified what, kinds aro to bo expected.���Baltimore! Herald.
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ini.iniiM. son lee. .-nbb.lli fcho-d nml Biblo
ClaiiH.it "-"."ll I'.in. Wtelely ivnyt-r ncut-.nic
every Wedni snio cvm InK nt 7:oil p 111. The
public nro i-ndi-illy inviiod.   Hu-ita fn.o.
lt!"V. ��. .1. TIIUMrSllN, Pei'tor.
Saint Norah and the 1'otato.
St Xoruh was a poor girl, nays the
London IJunoh, who prayed St. Patrick
for a pood gift that would make her not
proud bur, useful, and St. Patrick, out
of his own head, taught her how to hoil
a potato. Asael thing aud to be lamented, that tho secret has como down to so
few! Since tho highest intellectual and
physical life is depe.ndent upon diet���
since the cook makes, whilo tho physician only mends���should not she. who
prepare., our pies bo as carefully trained
as ho who makes our pills?
Certainly whatever may bo tho
knowledge or the ignorance of the s'crv-
ant in tho kitchen, the mlstrcs of the
house, be she young or olel, ought to be
ablo, like St. Patrick in tho fable, out of
her own instructed heuel to teach Norah
how to boll a potato or broil a steak so
that they may yield their utmost of relish nnd nutriment.
Until she can do that, no woman is
qualified to preside over a household,
and since few reach adult lifo without
being called to that position in tho
household of husband, father or brother, the legend of St. Norah has a wido
8iKnificance.���Youth's Companion.
Tbo Knd of a ITaiuoiiH Old lao.
Hnntpslcadgfolk nnd Londoners who
find their way up to tho heights of Ilamp-
stcael for n breath of fresh air will have
noticed that the famous "Jack Straw's
Castle" is now in tho hands of tlio builders. At prcsont the olel Inn ia supported
with hugo props and tho lower part incased in tcaffolcliiig. This should bo
enough to ralso an alarm among thoso
who fly to the defense of historic buildings, for "Jack Straw's Gostlo," itis well
known, has beon frequented by somo of
our most famous celebrities, past and present. Here Dickens camo for a well cooked
chop ar.d n bottle'of good wlno after a
ramble cn tho heath. Washington Irving
introduces the inr. in his "Talesof a Traveler," and it has always been a hostelry
beloved of artists. Here, too, the old
~CTi-si":-t-.~lfiOt_-weTO--hcin---AsiSTn3rTcVo--fa--T
the ancient faco of tho "Castle hotel" ia
tn be preserved, but tho Interior will be
entirely changed, and the charm of the
o'cl inn will havo passed away. Thc low
rooms and bar will bo rcpleiccd by loftier
rooms anil a modern bar. Tbe_*e must be
many who havo pleasant recollections of
good dinners at "Jack Straw's Ca-tle"
iifter breezy wal ki on tho health, nnel many
-.-.���ill mourn over the inevitable changes
that modernize old cities.���Westminster
Gazette. '
I~ar .ightcd Economy. 0
Mrs., Wiclediinks���Jerikinson, wc ought
to tiiku oneof tlio lii'nt class iiing:i/.ini-s.
it's only $4 a year, and the children nre
sect, lug old enough now to hiivu something
good lo read.
Mr. Wiiiedi'.nks���Only $1 a year I Tlmt's
all, is  i:.?    If  you   licpcln   on   magazine.-,
you'll think  you have to _et-p ll up.    At
the end of overy year you'll w-int to have
cr,   bound.    There's  two   volumes  in n
year.    Costs  Jl   a   volume   for   binding.
That makes 46 a "year.    In ton  years It's
?G0.    Then you'll want a bookcase to hold
tho SO vol nine.-     That'll  cost   about ?i.?..   }
l_ec,.i!-e  you'll   think   it oujrht to l��i bin j
enough    to   hold    the  20   moro  volume's   j
There'_ Sbj thrown  away.     Do you think  J
I'm made of money?    If you want to rend
tho   niiijr.'i/incs.  what's  tho   matter  with
borrowing 'cm!���Chicago Tribune.
A T_.ittle Gentleman. '
A littlo 4-ycar-old boy in tho enst ond
has an his particular playmate a littlo girl
of about tho same ago. Tho littlo ones aro
frequently together, and tho other morning tho girl camo to tho fence and called
lilm.
,    "Altorij-'obucrlct1.. "COnio titer mi play."
Alton's uuurima heard the call and said
to him, '"Tell her you can't como over just
now becauso you have to tako a bath."
So Alton went to lho ond of .the porch.
"Klizaboth," ho called, "I can't como
over now."
Then ho turned back to his mother and
added:
"I don't fink tho rest of it need he
saided."���Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A Si:','EX-l--OOT ]:i~.\.KD.
level of his foot. This extraordinary hirsute appouilago did not show signs of
abnormal growth until ho was about 110
years of ago. It wm nl lowed to grow
naturally, and. indoaii, very littlo ation���
tion wits paid t* it.
Most pooplo would consider a board of
this length a nuisauco, but tho owner of
it keeps It Mod up Willi a ribbon anil use-
it ns a chest protector. Ho considors tlua
savos a littlo in the way "of cough mixtures and doctors' bills. For yoars ho
novor had tho beard untied, and until
recently his moit intimate friends did
not know of its oxtromo length. Ho allows only it littlo -hnir to show oul side
,hls vest, nnd tho most casual obsorvoi
"would fail to dotcct tho rosb slipped hi-
sido. None ot tho othur members of his
family havo shown signs of great, growth
of hair, oxuopt ono brother, who is fifteen
yoars younger, and whose buaril at proa-
* ent reaches tho foot ot his vest.;
rv .!.  >.? JJ
Ktsctd Offi-co,  Tos-orito
r'HUHCll Ol~ """MiLANl'-"-".. Ptli'i'V
X-i Itovel. I0I.0 lloiir-iof service: Evcnii'K
prayer d'.ily at ."i o'clock, Fridays at r.'1'.O
Snndaye nrd KoMirnlr,: llnly Communion a1.,
a.m.. iiinrnliiK lirnycr al, 11. Suiulny School
nud Bible Cln".s in iSli'. evei ing pr.-y.i- ill 7:110.
First Sunday in llie month Holy C'Oiiiiniiiiiuu
at, itiui'iijng birvlri'n.
rilANK A. KORli, Vicar.
Plll-lrt 11 YTISltl AN    Oil Ulti: ll���neyc.H-.to
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Paid Up Gapitai
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nil nro wr-leomo.
every Wcdiie.-iliij
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Prayer   r.'.celii.i; at S p.m
MION'/.I
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ca'i nm.in ciirim.'ii -u. ��vi
l!i_l nud tlilrd rfur.iii.t.- in
moutli at 10.-.1U a in.
REV. .RATHE.. TIIAYKU.
l."OMAN
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William liimisay, Killicit JnlTi-ay,
Tlughltyan,   T.   Sutherland  Sl.y_i.ir
l'_lli:is ftiiffi'rr,.
D. It. Wilkie. General .M _li._k"'>".
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Branch ui
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ON'TAKIC
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Winnipeg
Rovehilolei'
CANINE   SURGERY.
Hundreds of exiles to Ilome.
The instinct that teaches dumb animals
to find tlio way in their old haunts after
they have been removed inanymilcs is ono
of the mysteries of nature!. Recently a
farmer living near Lexington, Ky., found
a lean anei fcotsoro dog whining at the
door cf his home one morning. Tho elog
"iiicn -_ofmcTr7-bcionged-ro-xho_fnrmor^bu_
had l>cen giver, to a friend who had moved
to Kanm _, TOO miles away. Thc dog had
been c-rried to Kansas on tho cars, but
hael managed to wander to its old home,
foraging f'>r food as it went and going so
rapidly that .!c was nearly a cripple when
lt reached tho old homo door.
Docs   Xtltli
'Arllllui.il    _.c���s
Teeth.
lind    l.ilKft
In Golden Ponny, London, is an interesting article on tho curiosities of tha
Royal "Votorinary Collogo, Camdon Town.
Of tho doga in tho hospital at tho Royal
Laro many specimens with artificial logs.
Somo of thoso lalso legs aro silver, somo
woodon, somo vulcanite.. In a fow ensoa
animals prefer to bo without ralso legs,
for Instnnoo tho littlo follow shown in tho
cut. This valuable whippet resembles the
kangaroo in its method of progression,
which consists of hops. Tho poor beast
lost both forelega in jumping through a
window.    Doubtless ond of the most   ro-
Oral" go   Lcdj
No   iG5t
K..|:u]-i' iiiretini;? arc hell in lie:
C'lldre'lows' lloli on tho no"or.d and
loir il V. 1 dui'iilavii of each month
ar, 7:M0 11.n1. Vidling brethren
cn-.llallvinvl'.cd.
I II'j, W..M.; T -.Gi_.ii.ui-.Rttc Son
lliriii'}', lrin. Sec;   It. S. SViUoii, Treas
Court rMt.   Begbie,
I.O.F..N0. 3"6i.
Meets in Ilm Oddfellows' -Hiii! on the
Hnd und -lib Fridays of
each nioulli. Visiting
bi et hi en invited to
attend.
.1   H. Scott, 0.11
J. Ij. Smilli, le,  S.
/-^ WA:
APE
_*J*ro lira-wines.
Mako a solution of saltpeter In wator
nnil with a splin'.'r of wood draw designs,
etc., on uiiji:!a/"'i paper. Whon dry, touch
itwltbn gi'iwlr.:; cool or Chincso match.
It will burn wir.i .1 good" deal of smoke,
but no flame will appear, and tho,firo will
tract; tiie d.,-i^*. marked ou tho paper, not
burning any t,-y. r ;::irt untouched Iiy the
saltpeter. Thoi!.'_Kn should not bo in-
terruplril, but I'-iis-tlio in continuous llnea.
���Samuel Kir.ch.r in Xow York Herald.
My r_ae~illc.
T.v, (.-aliirr ar'rir.d re,,-, children all
I
I'll tell yon o ::i
III-, i-v. m a..,
Ar.'l :l:'}������'.-
H" n<-*.-.'r,i,.,
Y,'*, ho ^'1 .ir
nie-..*.l'< '.',-
"T-A-ouId rr
laddie small.
i..-...j :u a d��,.Iy*s eye.-!,
-, jj' wid!. with a glad eurprlt-o;
.-���' 10 li.e larwls afar,
.'i .-vi'lj ri a brave .Taclc Tar;
7. -(, tlr-ll and quaint
>��� 3  l-tiijh   from  tho  f_Taves.t
Te��tlnjr Them.
Alexander Hamilton, when slavery existed to a limited extent on Manhattan Island, bought a slavo for tho purpose of
uinanoipntlng him.
At tho first mooting of tho Emancipation society of the city of Xow York
Hamilton attended at the request of Lafayette, who desired to become an honorary member.
"OeiiUcmoii," said Hamilton, coming
straight to the point, "in token of our sincerity, let overy person horo oniancipato
his slaves now."
"i'.io members were astonished at tho application of this severe let. .\"ot ono was
willing to submit to it. Hamilton, si-inn
that his proposition met with general disapproval, took his hat and left the building.���Exchange.
WIIIPI'ET WITII.OXI.Y TWO LEGS.
mnrkablo operations which has over beon
undertaken, and with coinploto success,
is that to whioh our second Illustration
refora. A Schipperko dog boing somewhat
advanced in yoars found it necessary to
consult a specialist with regard to having
a set of false teeth insortoel in placo of
his decayed carnassial molars.
Chloroform win given, rough models
ot the mouth taken, and, linallj", accurate!
powtor improssions of tho jaws obtained.
Twenty-four teoth wero attached to thi"
plato. which it should bo obsorvod has n
comulote palate. Tho teeth themselves art
mado of~ Ash's porcelain, with cutting
edgo.. of thin platinum foil, upon which
gold solder was fused.  Mr. Kit ward Moso-
eiilis, lii^i-.-iins,
;bc_-ud 0ill
allll
Kiwi'x Niapnra -Kails    St. 'Lhocu.-.a
t'"iTi_;u6 i-'ot't Col'-'orne   Toi onto
Gait J-tat. Porl-ipe    ' \V "'Hand *
itigersol!     y.wlt St. Mario Woodstock
St, Catharines .
Montreal, Quebec.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
uf $1 and upwards received and
intercut allowed.
Debentures��� Provincial. Municipal
and other debentures purchased.
Drafts iind I.etler--. of Credit���Avail-
aide at all tiiiii.i..-. iu Canada, Uuited
Kingdom, I'liiled Slates, Europe,
India, China, Japan, Australia, New
Zealand, _ t.c
("old   Purchased
This ~~ni-l_ Issues Special Receipts
which will bu accounted I'op nt any of
tho Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts In the
Yukon :111k northern district!-    ,
. ��� A. H. B. HEARN,  .
R.anas'oi'. Rovelstoko ISpar.uh
Miens.
(1  borders
.i'1'iiilioiii-.
The i-lii-npi'St nud bo.il sto'-le of
W A I.I j I'AI'KUS in tli.'i'll.v.
Liberal   disi'. iinis   j.ri.en   un
nil i-iiKli oidei'rf.
I   lieni   onlv    iu  ' W A  Ij I.
PA  I' I"' it S   ami solii'll an  ;
insiieeliou of iny stock.
.S. Birney
JWeK.EJ.ZIS JIVE.     J
w 3.113.
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ian
fan way.
and
Soo
L i ri e.
R^evelstoKe  Hospital
Maternity Room in connection.
Vaccine   kept    on   hand.
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Tho provision for a traveler's riy|tilro-
ments aro distinctly generous in Se.rvia.
Not only does ho find public soap, which
Englishmen somefltiics resent not finding
In "Franco, but also hairbrushes, clothes-
brushes, combs and slippers Jn his bedroom. Kvon a public toothbrush Is by no
means unknown.
It Is said that in many Wolsh vll.ages
the yew tree and tho church nro of tho
same ago, the ono being planted when tho
otter was built.
Iiii far." is .-ia bripjht n-*. a summer dny;
Arr'.-'J. if Hi" sunbr.-inndo alwriyu pluy;
Hii lirov- iK'Ti.r d-irhen.i wilh ailKry frown;
I thinle hi: . th. l,r--t lit tin bid In lown.
He riscu linh.trm'd when he Hal a full
(Hr;'.. chubby and iionniN like a rubber ball),
Willi always a I_h.<:!i ii.nl never a wbino���
A brave little Ind is lhis lad of mine.
Oh, trusty and fenrlena ht.i eyes of blue.
Like windows through which idiinc.i a ppiril
true!
And loving tho benrt in my laddio's breast,
In sunshino or_fi1orin.it tvill stnnd the tent.
God bless yon, my boy, as through lifcyon'col
,_��fnyyou It'.fip a bi-nvCI boart in weal or it-op    :
jAnd a sunny brow and nn nyo that's truol
i May hcax-cn's choice blc'RingB bo jjrnntedyoul
j ��� tl. Louise Eell In Christian Work.
falsi; tketh woun- nv a noo.
ly. L.D.S.. was lho gentleman untlci
Whoso guidance t lis unlipiu operation
was so succo-i.-fiilly performed
I.il Ilo Tric_i or lho .111 nil.
One of tho most curious facts In connection with thn big brain worker., is
that they nro gonernlly to bo floored ovei
somo trivial thing which might ho con-
C|tiereel Iiy a chili! ot eight. Kor instance,
ono of our provent,-ilay writer., rotifc'scel
recently to un Kngll-h refiorter that from
his earliest boyhood lm has never been
able to count anything in three. All
mental calculations he makes either in
twos or fcTirs. and ho ovpe^ences- the
greatest iliiliculty in ri_ip_.nl:m; "the three-
timos multiplication tablo correctly Iron:
memory. Almost as curious is the dilii
culty of .. clever nor Ii cniiitrv ex mayor,
who cannot distinsuisii between s anr.
z, anil constantly misplaces theso loner.'
ln writing���a failing which hai cn*!**<*el
him a lifo-long annoyance. Two public
school examination failures last ycai
wero duo to tho word "fleUf being
spoiled "fcllel," an I In both cases it wr.i
discovorod thnt tho Inability to spell this
Identical word had gono against tho boyi
|  on aln>~-gt every former examination.
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fl I  i,���������Ten men  York in msi  SHANGHAI MAY   BE   OCCUPIED  BY FOREIGNERS  Jubilee of the Austrian   Emperor-Lord  Kitchener    in    London - Treasure  Found in a Spanish Ship  New York, necembcr  wero drowned near New  Sunday's storm.  ISTBKNATIONAL UOMMiaSlUN  vv.<.iiin_-ioii. December a.��������� mo in-  tcrnatiomfl coninilsslon Held a Biiort  session Hero on Friday.  1NC11WASK Ol'' U. S. AltaLI  e-onovii Allies has prepared a bill  to (iTciasc the Unltea States standing  armv to "100,000 men.  TKliASUUli l-'UUNU  T110 united States naval autuoriuos  Jvo round "175.000   In   ������    on    tne  Spanish cruiser Marin leicw.  KliClWltOUlTV  Senator Mason of Illinois believes  Unit the Senato will rainy a tieat>  with Canada embodying lair cxenuiiso  with modifications of the United  Suites tnriR' rates.  nilSONERS    DEMANDED -  Tho    United    States     cabinet    has  cnlilcil  General  Otis to  ileniaiul  from  Aquiiialclo the surrender ot all Spanish  prisoners held  by the nisurgcnis.  AltAli    ULll-liljS  Ijfimlon. Decern ber '!.���������TurKisli  ironps havo suffered defeat at lhe  hands of lhc rebels in Arabia.  'I-OUTl-D  HY  AD.M1HI_1-S  General Kitchener yesterday in the  city bail to beat a hasty retreat trom  a 100 demonstrative crowd ot lus acini ire rs.  AUSTKIAN  JUlliLlfilS,  Yesterday, the Emperor, Francis  Joseph celebrated lus tutietli year  since his accession to the throne of  Austria.  THI'; ULAN   l'KU.U.MUNU   UUST  Twenty-tliree  lives'   were    lost ' uy  drownini. in'rbe wreck   "or tlie   Ulan  Druiiuiiond  in the Bapol  l'iscay.  KlSUKliBS  U_.A1._U_1)  The government of Great Uritain  claim redress lor the 'butr._s*;cs perpetrated by the Hawaiian government.   ,���������   -  MORIS Ol-' UHl.-'A  - The London Daily C!lircn~clc or yesterday publishes a 'despatch trom  Shanghai that it is ihe growing  opinion .in diplomatic circles, unit  foreign military occupation may become necessary. ,  UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE  ������������������    Paris,  December  3.���������It  is  proposed  to  make  the   French  Senate  elective  by universal suffrage.  PEACE COMMISSION  The.Vans peace commissioner!-." are  awaiting instructions* from    tlieir    respective governments."  ....iucecl to disperse.  . LATER TELEGRAM  A verdict o������ guilty has been rendered against Macule, but there la a  dlsagreemnt in Ponton's case, 10 being tor acquittal and two against, and  tho Jury have been sent back tor  further consideration.  UOllONEltS' lNtlUEST  Vancouver, December 3.���������The coroners' Jury decided today that the girl  Jennlo Anderson camo to her eleatii  by tlie thrust of a Unite adiiiliilsiei-oei  by Donald l'crrler, her lover. Pcmer  was given a hearing and said: "All  Is oblivion. If I niuriloi-eil hor I remember nothing. I was drunk that  night." Tlio prisoner tiion united ror  time to procure favorable evidence,  which showed Pcrrier lo be Insanely  Jealous.  I  A VERY SERIOUS  FIRE IN NEW  YORK  THE. BANK   ROBBERY   TRIAL���������  ���������    RIOT ACT READ.  The   Vancouver   Murder���������Tobscco   for  Japan���������Editors  Committed for Libel  ._ Militia Orders   ,  Montreal, December 3.���������'Lou.s 'Al .  belt of Montreal died yesterday aged  105 years.  RECOMMENDED TO MERCY    ���������  J.udge Wurtele.who sentenced Mt.nn  to death at Montreal for murder has  recommended  the  prisoner to  executive clemency.  COMMITTED  FOR TRIiVL  Brierly and Mackay of the Montreal  Herald were yesterday committed for  trial for libelling Colonel Hushes, the  chief of police.  SIFTON COMES WEST  Storms in the Western States���������Anti-  German Demonstration���������Defying the  Sheriff���������Gordon Memorial Fund.  Chicago, December 3.���������Governor  Tanner defies the sheriff to arrest him.  and states that he will kick him out or  olllco and contends that the grand  jury have no power, und that they  have constituted themselves judges of  his- ofllcial acts.  DEATH  London. December fl.���������Earl    Buchau  and Lord Erskino are dead.  ANTI-UISKIUAN      DEMONSTRATION  There   havo  been  Anti-German  demonstrations at Pilsci), Bohemia.  MAD  MULLAH CHECKED  Tiie Mad Mullah has been checked  in his victorious career by tho forces  of .the ICliaii at Hobat.   '  NO ENTHUSIASM  The Emperor William was accorded  very cool   reception    yesterday    by  the:  population of lierlin. '  '  IMPERIAL POSTAGE  Tho new    imperial    penny    postage  stamp  is  nov.   ready for distribution."  GORDON MEMORIAL  Lorel    Strathcona    has     subscribed  .CJ.000 to the Kitchener Gordon memorial fund.  FRENCH  SCHEME  Tho French  have started  a scheme  to  establish colleges at Kartoum and'  Fashoda.  PEACE    NEGOTIATIONS  Tho London elaily papers expresses  satisfaction  with  the outcome of the  Paris peace negotiations.  STORMS IN WESTERN STATES  New Y'ork, December 3.���������Storms art-  prevalent    throughout  - the - western  States    and    telegraphic- communication, is much interrupted.  FIRE IN NEW YORK    '  Roger.  Pect  &  Company,  the. Nov.-  Yory Lite and olher New York business blocks were last night destroyed  by lire.    Damge to the extent of over  SI,500,000 has been sustained.  TURKISH DEFEAT  Constantinople,  December ���������!.���������It    is  reported that there has been renewed  fighting in Yemen, the principal division of Arabia, one of the cliict towns  of   which,    Aden,   a   British     naval  station-is ou the gulf of  that name.  Turkish troops are said to have suiTer-  ccl  serious  tlefeal    between    Moclelda  anil-Sana. -^-The=rebels_in_tlils_clistrict_  are said  to  have  hoisted  the  uritisii  Hag.    Turkish oflicials here are reticent regarding the outbreak.  Fred Bom-get has been appointed  secretary to Lieutenant Governor  "Forget.  "Pony" Moore has deposited ������200  with thc Sporting Lifo in -London to  arrange a match between his son-in-  law, Charlie Mitchell, and Sharkey.  The match is lo bo for ������1,000.  ^ .     o t    I    Five  thousand    five    hundred    and  Ottawa. December 3,���������lho Hon.Cl.I-   lMrty seven people visited the Nalii n-  ford Sifton will leave Ottawa for tlm  .wost on Monday.  MILITIA ORDERS  The militia general orders regarding R. C. A. aro published.  GOVERNMENT CABLES  Ottawa,  December   3. ��������� Saudford  Fleming proposes a system of imperial  government cables to    cost   betwesn  ?25,000,000 and $30,000,000.  GRAIN   STANDARDS  Winnipeg,  December  3.���������Tllb  grain  Btandards board' V_*n������-*&. th,*0 SriJ"lei5  for dried wheat. -..*-���������  RAILWAY ACCIDENT  Three persons were killed yesterday  and several injured in a railway accident in Newfoundland.  .   TOBACCO FOR J__PAN  Vancouver,   December   3.   ���������  Large  shipments  of  raw tobacco  are being  made from Vancouver    to    Japanese  ports. "���������  BRITISH   COLUMBIANS   'APPROVE  Victoria, December 3.���������British Columbia miners commend the new Yukon* hydraulic mining regulations.  REFERENCE  LIBRARY  Toronto,   December     3.���������It   is   imposed   to  establish  a   national   reference library in "Toronto.  TRANS-ATLANTIC   LINE  Quebec, December 3.���������Quebec offers  exemption   from  harbor  dues  to  the  trans-Atlantic   lino--sailing   to    and  from the city.  BANK ROBBERY TRIAL  Napanee, December 3.���������Thu jury In  lhc Ponton caso retired at -1:40 p.m.  vesterday to consider their verdict,  and as "they could not conic to any  agreement were formally at S o'clti^K  locked np for thc night.  Judge Ferguson and tho crown  'lawyers were openly isultcd in the  streets. Sheriff Hawley read thc liot  act three times before the n~ipb couli  .  SENSATIONAL     MURDER     AND  SUICIDE  Threatened   Strike   of   Telegraphists���������  Small Pox in Toronto���������Gale on Lake  Erie���������Heavy Sncw Storms  (Special to The Herald)  Toronto .December 5.���������Heavy snow  litis   fallen   In   Ontario  and   traffic   Is  Impelled.  SMALL POX  Two cases of small pox have been  discovered In Toronto.  WASHED ASHORE  A gold headed cane engraved "Toronto, Nov. 27, 1897" has been washed  ashore from  thc  wreck  of thc  Portland.  GALE   ON   LAKE  ERIE  A fierce gale is blowing on    Lake  Erie and grave fears are fell for the  shipping.  MURDER  Winnipeg,  December  5.���������Two  cases  of murder arc to be tried at the Port  Arthur assizes  whioh open today.  C.  P. R.  TIME  Tho   Canadian   Pacific  railway   will  shorten   their   running   time   between  Winnipeg and "the cast on December  J 2th.  DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT '  Winnipeg, December 5.��������� George  Foulels, an old resident in Winnipeg,  died yesterday.  PONTON   RELEASED  Napanee,   December   5.���������Ponton     has  been released on bail of $10,000.  IMPORTANT CHANGES  Ottawa, December 5.���������Upon the re-  I'oiiimenilation of thc Hon. Clifford  Sifton the following changes were  made iu tlie names of land agency  districts: Souris to Brandon; Saskatchewan to Minuedosa; Lake Dap-  phin to Dauphin; Touchwood - to  Yorkton; Qu'Appelle to Regina; Co-  teau to Alameda.    -.  . MURDER AND SUICIDE *"  Montreal, December 5.���������A shocking  murder and suicide occurred on St.  James Street yesterday. Mrs. Richot,  a bride .IS years of age, was walking  along with a .girl companion to meet  her husband'at the station. When opposite the Queens Hotel, at the corner  of-Windsor and St. James streets, she  mot her former lover, Pierre Lauzon,  Lauzon had said he would kill her if  he ever saw her and she tried to  run'away, but the disappointed lover  was loo quick for her and whipped  out a revolver and shot her in the  head. He then tried to escape but  was overtaken and seeing that escape  was impossible he- sent a bullet  through his own brains. The Genoral  hospital- ambulance was called and  the wounded couple were removed to  tho'hospital, where both died in a  couple of hours. Lauzon was regarded as partly demented." Mrs. Ritchot  had been' married only a month.  '"PENDING STRIKE  Montreal, December 5.���������Trouble between the C. P. R. telegraphers and  Manager Hays has reacheel a critical  point, and. unless'the later yields a  general strike will result.  iiii if iw  THE ELECTION   OF MAYORS BY  ACCLAMAT ION  il park at Banff, this season, amongst  which number were representatives  from nearly every civilized nation on  the earth.  The ijrownini"; Ford Uancno company. (Limited), ol .Medicine Hat, is  being Incorporiitoil. The capital is  510,000 and lho promoters consist of  IS C. P. 11.- engineers and one conductor.  The first shipment ot Christmas  turkeys left Toronto for England on  the 30th of November. It consisted of  sevon carloads, and it ts estimated  that SO carloads will be shipped iu  the course of a few days.  Conservative papers in the east are  repeating the report that Hon. J. C.  Patterson will resign the Manitoba  governorship. The latest, variation in  the rumor is that Mr. Patterson will  join the Laurier government and con-,  test his old seat, West Huron, which  is still vacant.  A good story is told respecting  Kipling's last work. A London wag  hearing that the publisher had paid  the author a shilling a word tor tne  right of the manuscript he sent a  postal order for onc shilling to the  author saying that as wisdom was  quoted at retail prices he would take  onc word. Kipling took the order  and answered with the one word  "Thanks."  A sensation was caused during the  Ponton trial by the evidence of Arthur Gravel le, proprietor ot tho Renfrew Journal, who said ho had made  a hobby of studying safe combinations  for 25 yoars and could open any safe.  He proved his claim by opening locks  in court before the astonished judge  and spectators he proved that when  a lock is set to one combination It is  possible to open it with any one of  several others. i  of age.   No children.   He is not expected to live.  SIFTON EN ROUTE  The Hon. Clifford Sifton, minister ot  the interior, is en route from Ottawa,  to Winnipeg.  NEW   SMELTER  victoria. December   (I.���������-The   Canadian  Pacific railway havo decided  to  build a new smelter in the Boundary  Creek   district.  PORT   ARTHUR  ASSIZES  Winnipeg December fi.���������Port Ailhur  assizes opened on Monday, Judge Armour presiding.  FINANCIAL  Montreal, December 6.���������Bunkers and  merchants report that ronimorclal  paper is being met promptly.  IPBI'SBI  THE   POPE   AND  THE   UNITED  STATES'  The   Don   Carlos    Movement ��������� Train  Wrecking  in   England���������Suicide  of  School Children.  London, December 0.���������The wrecking of railway trains is becoming alarmingly prevalent in England.  EUROPEAN  CAPITAL  European capital- is being extensively attracted to the Yukon golel fields.  THE DON CARLOS MOVEMENT  Groat interest is being manifested in  England   in   the   movements   of   Don  Carlos .   ,  PEACE  TREATY  Paris, December 0.���������The Paris peace  commission   held   four ' hours'   sitting  oh  Monday.   Tho  treaty   of  peace  Is  nearly completed.  .THE  POPE'AND  THE  STATES  Washington, December 6.���������The pope  will co-operate with the United States  in the matter of the Philippines.  CHILDREN'S SUICIDES   .  ���������    London, December 6.���������Over 400 German school children, have committed  suicide during the last 10 years.  DISCHARGED  Kate  Lyons,  who was accused    of  manslaughter  in  the  case  of  Harold  Fredrick has been- discharged.  . SNOW STORMS  New Y'ork, December. 6.���������The eastern  portion of America is suffering from  snow storms. Much damage is reported as having been sustained at many  places.  THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE  Washington, December G.���������Congress  was convened today at noon. President  McKinley's' message was not imperialistic in tone and made no mention  of the Philipplpnes. " Thc war with  Spain was reviewed and justified, and  it was stated that the Cubans should  be given an opportunity "to'establish  Belf government.  Accident to the Soo; Estprcss���������A New  Smelter for Boundary Creek���������Port  Arthur Assizes.  Toronto, December 0.���������Sixteen inches of snow fell yesterday in Toronto.  PONTON'S EXPENSES  Napanee, December (5.��������� Subscriptions to defray Ponton's legal expenses in connexion with the bank robbery trial have been started at-Napanee.  Tho Napanee town council passeel a  resolution at their last meeting denouncing the reading of the riot act  there.   ,  ELECTRIC  RAILWAY  Winnipeg, December C.���������The Winnipeg Electric Railway Company have  been asked to fit tlieir cars with fenders.  A  FINE   TRIP  Winnipeg. December C.���������The Canadian Pacific steamer Manitoba reports having had splendid weather on  her last trip from Fort William to  .Owen Sound.  BUSTED FANATICS  Vancouver, December 6.���������The Socialistic community which was established near here three years. ago is  ' 1 nsied." The community was started  on co-operative lines by Lord Ross-  more at a cost of at least ������30,000.  NOMINATIONS FOR MAYORS  Roglna, December C.���������At the nominations yesterday at the following  places.mayors were elected by acclamation: Mclnnis, Regina; Bogue,  Moosejaw; McLelland, AVest Prince  Albert; Cowdry, Macleod, and Stephens, Indian Head.  "SHOCKING ACCIDENT  ACCIDENT TO THE SOO EXPRESS  Montreal, December G.���������The Soo express, whicli left Ottawa at 4:45 yesterday morning ran into a freight  train at Point, au Chenc, sometime  about daybreak. The engine of the  express was thrown bodily from tlie  track and was badly wrecked. Throe  freight cars were smashed into splinters. The passengers on the expiess  were badly shaken up and the engineer  and fireman had a very narrow escape from being killed.  THE ANDREE SEARCH PARTY  South Edmonton. December 6.���������At  South Edmonton last nighl David  Watson, brakeman, slipped under the  wheels of a freight traiu and had both  legs co terribly mangled that complete amputation was necessary. He.  vas conscious when picked up, but  dicL not know what had happened to  him until he wus told when he begged  tho doctor to give him something to  end his life.   He was taken across the  Vancouver,, December ii.���������Professor  LouiT.agc, the French scientist, ac-  .cording to "a report- received from  Skagway had actually started to if  possiblo lind Andree. Lournago, lus  whole party and the balloon arc missing. Friends believe that the story^  about lhc balloon never having been  taken north was purposely circulated,  and that the celebrated balloonist has  met the samo. tale as Andree. or that  he and the whole party arc still prosecuting the search for him."  "llie Winnipeg Tribune says r red  U. Wade is contributing Slftonian editorials to the Frco Press.  Some people seek pleasure abroad  and Unci 1t waiting lor them on men-  return home.  C. A. Strong, of Crnnbrook, stands  committed for trial on tv charge of  forging a. cheque.  lt is saiel that M. J. llaney is going  lo China in connection with a big  railroad contract in that country.  A Toronto citizen has " been convicted for riot going to the assistance  of a policeman when called on to do  so.  Tho ilax crop in Manitoba was very  small this year. As high as DO cents  and 51.10 a bushel has been paid for.  small lots.  Visitors to Banff during thc past  year numbered 5,537. - Placing then-  average expenditure at a low nguro  they left at least $55,370 In the park.  The Winnipeg Tribune says it will  Dc a moving anel elevating spectacle  to seo Galician students seated at Hie  feet of Dr. Bryce Imbibing science and  SIftonlsm.  Tho Anglo-American commission  now sitting in Washington, are considering the question of admission of  all Canadian ore free into the united  States markets.  You  I  Neatly  Printed  tter Heads  Note liend.  0  lliiII etuis     ���������  Statements  Envelopes  Business   Ciirds  Visiting Cards  Programmes  Menu Cards  Wedding Cards  -Memorial Cards  InvitationCards  ' Receipts   "���������  Drafts  Cheques   '    '������������������  Stock  Certilicntes  -Show Cai-dsi������������������=  Books or  Pamphlets  Folders  Debentures  Binding of  any kind  -.O  THE JVU.NI.NG EXCMNgE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house In town.  Tho bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines.  Liquors   and   Cigars.  d. V, PBEK.8, Manager.  SOS LOND Proprietor  F. JV.eCJlR.TY  ."Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in .-.  PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JWflTTOJTMD SJ-USJNSB  Fish   and   Cliiino   in    Season.       Markets   at   l.evelstokeij  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  Columbia House  The   largest hotel   in  town.  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars"  Best    accommodation.'    -   Rate.    $1  Centrally    located  pet    day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE !  Large light bed  rooms.     Rate-i  Table furnished .with  the choidest.the market  nfford.. Best _Vine_  Liquors hud Cigars  $1:00 a day.     Monthly'-"race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardean and Trout Lake District  Saddle   and.   Pack  'always for hire.  Horses  __oighting "find  Teaming  ��������� Fpecialty.     '    "      ,    -  Daily (Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'olock -  for Trout Lake City.    For particulars write  ��������� particulars  CRAIG & HILLMAN", Thomson'sLasdiko.  A  GOOD  CHANCE  To secure one of those desirable late  CHEAP on the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site.       ,,-*' -_ .  Dont    wait    till    (he   boom  bur way, but .BUY-NOW.  comes  HAlOarCRAOErr  Sole Agents.  For All   Kinds of   Commercial  PRINTING  Give Us A Call, Our Prices Are Right  It  FERGUSON  The Centre   of  the   Lardeau   Mines  Though built on a coal bed Kdmonton is suffering from a coal ramme.  The Bulletin says the famine forced  the price up from $2.00 a ton to ?2.50  a ton.   Horrors!  General Kitchener in an open letter  to the London daily papers advocates  an appeal to the British public to  subscribe iilOU.OUO to round and mam-  /~>U AKYTIUNG in the line of  JOB PRINTING. If you do  you can bo furnished with the  samo by THE riERALD. We  carry a greater assortment of  paper, Envelopes, Cards, Etc,than  any other establishment in  North Kootenay, and can give  satisi action in  Quality  Promptness  and Price,  Prices  and samples  furnished on  i' application.      Address  TH?   Be Sure and register at the  BJUJWOOL HOTEL  When yon reach FERGUSON.  Tl-.e table is provided with the best  the market alfoiels.     Kates from $-  lo $3 per day.  What Do You  Q  Want in Shoes ���������  If roil want a good Miners' Shoe com.  D. Jenkins.  II rou want a good Prexpectors' Shoe con.  to D Jccklns.  -hose and Harness repaired on the shortest  notico. -AU lines of work kept in stock  at prices to salt all.  -   D.JENKINS  First Stroet. one block from the Imperial  Bunk ol Canada.   H. vrlmoln. Station. 6. C.  CUMMINGS BROS..   ���������  Proprietor!..  John  E. Wood  Jlpefyiteet  and Buildep  Estimates, plans and specifications f _ral__e<1  on application. Shop and repair work  promptly attended to. iVood carvirjt a  specialty.      Work    "hop   on   Front Street.  Tiie ReveIstok.e  P^oto Company  Revelstoke, B. C  STUDIO: DOUGLAS STB-* ������  river to the hospital.   He lives at Cal- j tain a Gordon   Memorial' College   in  gary, is married and is about 37 years | Kartoum.  cvelstoke Herald  Revelstoke, B. (.  Wendell Maclean  The Vepnon Soda  Watep WopRs ...  SI. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manuf-wtn-er fit Soda Water, 3Infe_ '  Ate, Sanuipt i_a and all Soft Drinks.  A full sopplr kept In -lock .at- !__>.  Carty's Cold i"tomg������, where orders   c-nbcleft. a~0-sw__  Wholesale  and Be tail  Druggist, Calgary  ���������"    H  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  f22 t_j  HEVELSTOK.E  IIP WORKS..  B-ac_-9mit__i__e������ JobbiiMt  Plumbing:.  PiPe F_tti____  Ti_a_-_-it_-i_-E-  - Sheet Iron Work  Maohiiiery Repaired  Minitig Work a Specialty^_������_____  ROBT. GORDOH  ��������� _ ���������' -....     ���������-.-.." m .���������  Revelstoke Station. ������������������'���������-��������� ..->-!  TO STOP  THAT COUGH  Oet a Bottle oi  ��������� - . COMPOUND SYRUP  -   OF WHITE PINE  AND" TAR  An #iPcU*nt remedy lor Coughs, Colils and nil  Bronchial Troubles  ���������ONLY 25 CENTS A BOTTLE  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  Ciias. Jl. McDo.-i_ri.  ">! imager.  Ke.voli.toke Station, II. C.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   HEWS  * 0:30 at the Vic. for a sandwich.  T. McNniighl. m-inager of the Ilnl  cyon Uot Springs, wus iu town yester-  d:iy.  Mrs. Percy P. Clarke returned em  Sunday from a month's visit to friends  rit Beaver.  '���������Two handsome resiliences, one on  First unci one on Second street to rent.  Apply Grog.". 11 & Co.  J. .7. Eland has moved his stock of  lioots unci shoes to the; store directly  opposite the post eifiice. Front street.  "t.etiiodisl Sunduy School Christmas  Tree mid Conceit in the Methodist  church. Monday, Dec. 20.  XV. .7. Woods arrived on Wednesday evening from Dakota to accept n  position with Geo. Bell & Co.  A special feature of the school concert will lie the fancy drills and  rum-chi"-. Don't fail to attend and see  them.  Special sermon to railway men tomorrow niirht in the Methodist church.  Subject: "The life of Conductor  Snider." ,_  Ti. A. Fretz i.s putting up a, considerable, addition to his liouse on First  silraet, nest door to J. D. Sibbald's  i-fc-sidenefi.  ~���������The largest variety of toys, toy  books and everything required for the  wants of thu lilt le folks at tho Canada  Drug to Book Co.     '.   .  I. T. Brewster and his assistant Mr.  I'ickaid are. hard .at work getting  Fallis Bros, store into shape for ro-  openingon Monday.  Grogan to Co. intend to removes thoir  or_le<_ next week to a room in the.  _ uite occupied by Messrs. White &  Scott, in the Taylor Block.  The event of tins season I School  concert on Thursday night, Dec. 15, in  Tapping's nov Opera House. Tliu  band will be present and give selections. *'.  For a good   assortment   of sterling  silverware.  and souvenir articles of  l.evelsloke. Sec the display ut the  C'uiadii Drug ifc Book Co., Kcvclstokc  Station.  Frank Bourne, of Bourne .Bros',  store, New Denvpr, wife and child,  who have been visiting in town for a  few days left fcr tticir. home yesterday morning.  O "Manager Whyte, e.r lhe C.P.K., who  tin _ just, ri'tnriw-l ��������� 11> Wii.iiipi'ot -from  Montreal, says that the company intend erecting a 1.000 ton timelier in the  Boundary creek district.  ���������The Canada Drug to Book Co.  have a beautiful lot of ladies' aud  gent's" dressing cases, purses and wri: -  ing cases. .Sec them before getting  yonr Christmas presents.  Percy Clarke returned on Monday  from a very siiccc.s-*tiii business trip iis  far c.u-t. as" Field in lhu interests nf  Jas. Gill & Co. He will leave again  on Monday next to go over the same  ground.  I". McCarty,   fl^e  well  kno.vn  meat  _ilealei* of   Kevelsloke.   took   ont   last  "    5~~rt~iRfay~"~_tlr-~5i,~r ia~rl<ii~"~s~of   "beef"  entile, which he  hail  purchased   iron)  the   Aberdeen   and   J.O-till  ranches.���������  Vernon News.  J. Edwards bas .-tarti-d work converting Pease it (Jo's, old store into a  hotel." He intends to run a first-class,  house in every p-irtit-ul.-ir, and eiiic  feiiliue will be- a sj-riilroom, where a  comfortable lunch nr ..upper can be  obl.-ined at all hour...  Tomoriow hcinc. the third Sunday  in Advent thu sui-jei-t of tlid . vicar's  .--.-inou at evensong in -it. Peter's will  be. Heaven. The portion of the Litemy  of ibd Finir Last Things appropriate  to the Sunday will be sung .it the  toniincnceinent of the service.  Nn. 1 Fir������ Brigade bull nt. Tapping's  -New Opera Ilouse next Friday uv. n-  ing-pi .anises to a (.r.uiel .success. Tin-  brigade!.-, in need of fund.-, and ihe  citizens should .see to it iiut tbe  l_������ll i-i a succebs both socially iind  financially.  (Jus. Erickson. track in.-ister of the  Hrickv Mciu:ita'n section, has been  p:emoted lo th--- charge nf llie ncr-  m .nent wav of the Crow's Nest P.us  vnilw.iv. nr.".! will in future reside al  Cr-mbi-nk. II. C. Killeen hat been  promoted to ihe position   vacated   by  A Word from Brigade No. 2*  To the Editor ol the Herald.  Sin���������1 would like to ask tho Citizen's  Committee of IicvnlMokc St at inn Fire  Brigade. No. 2 a few coiiuiiidriiins. To  begin with our funds which wo raised  ourselves urn gone. Who is going to  pay tlie: rent id'our hull tliis winter?  Probably tliey can suggest somi. one  who will donate a winter's wood.  Then again we arc handicapped in  gutting to a fire. Any person knows  that ii wngon cannot he drawn through  deep snow. What we waul is a sleigh  to draw our huso on. Now wc have a  few gooel giirs'iiTs and mathematician."'  in onr brigade, and wo have guessed  iit nnd worked out by algebra and  every other tnt'tlieiil, but wc mii-t .'id-  iiiit. wu haw i'aileei to solve the problem, (which seems so easy to tbo  citizens, judging by Iheir iniliifi'ronco  to these matters), as to how we arc  going to exist this winter. Ton bad  wu cniild not exist on cold air. mountain scenery and promises, then wc  would llourisli. Now wc don't know  whether they think niu- funds are  like lhc widow's meal or whether its  our love feir them (which seemingly  they think is fathomless us the briny  ocean) wliich has held u*" together sn  long, but I do know lhis that if these  ncccssiirics arc nut supplied ns soon,  our brigade will bueli .banded. IT tliey  would only take inlo consideration  the fact that, we are 11 volunteer brigade and that not more ihan two or  three eif our forty ���������members arc property owners, tbey would surely supply these necessaries without our  having to chase thein for a full year,  tuitl then nul, get theni. ' I assure! you  this i.s tho voice of the brigade, including all officers.  A DlSCOL'UAGEn  _~~I~~l~_M.".N~.    '  XV. M. LAWRENCE  A visit to tlie well selected .took oi W.M.  Lawrence, tlio Lending Hard ware Store, will  well repay tlio Christmas buyer. There is  shewn 11 splendid assortment of Silverware  shewing a fine tnsto in tlio buying. Tl'.e Etyles  and variety of Carvers in sterling silver trimmings are a sight in themselves, and the most  fastiiliems buyer I'lm line! something to suit  Iiii or her taste. Mr. Lawrence, who has not  been in Revelstoke two years yet, lias shewn  great faith in the future oi lhis town by t'ie  immense stoek ho carries, livery available  !*r>nce ol his large saleroooiiis are crowded to  ���������their" utmost capacity, while in in; upper flat  above the store, tliero is a surplus stock that  would fill the average store. Iu his large  warehouse on the track is a grand seieetion of  Gnrncy'ii Souvenir stoves, of which Mr. Law-  ri'iico Is the agent, and was the only merchant  in Kcvclstokc this Full that brought in ii carload of Biovcs. In connection with the store  is a woll equipped Tiushop, the only cine in  llevelstoke, under the supervision ci Mr.  -iirridge, who is an artist in his profession,  .ind''in Furnace y,ork stands second to none in  the Iiciir.inion. '"All his work is: guaranteen  and one has only to secure oue of their own  Air Tight Heaters to know what comfort aiul  r.cc'-i'ity is. Mr. Laivrenee Is now scouring  large stocks from the Eastern and Old Country  markets to meet the denuincls of nest season's  trade, and expects to give liis patrons this  coming seuson the advantages he has gained  by careful and judicious buying.  SUITABLE GIFTS  FOR 'XMAS  PRESENTS  -:._T:  CHAS. J. AMAN'S  I  Case   Pipe",   HIM,   Meer.-chaum   Pipes,   |  Cigar and Cigarette  Cases Amber and  Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette   j  Holders.  Scientific   Books   on   .Mining  I Leather Money Purse.-, Bar.jo", _ul:ar������,  I Violin:*, ,.Mandol:r.f". Au-.oharps and  i   Vapor Hath.--.  i  _J  -���������  ==1  6.  The Leading Store.9'  No bluster, no fuss, just business, that's all.  Xmas  1  1  Presents  F0R THE CHRISTMAS SEAS0N  II   ������������������  i  ..You will find our Warerooms replete with seasonable  . .and useful guilds.  ��������� "Before buying your Christmas Presents come, and look  . .over uur Novelties iu  J  Tapestry Curtains  Lovely Eider Down Quilts  Qushions, Pillows, Etc.  Ladies', Misses, and Children's Handsome Hand  Made  Bcdrsom Slippers.  Ladies', Misses' and Children's  Woollen  Goods in  end-  variety.  FOR THK CHRISTMAS TI "ADR   Wo have on hand a, nice but limited   Range   of   High  Class .Jewellery.  SILK UMBRELLAS.  liancllcs  Mounted with Solid Silver.  GOLD BRGOCllKS,   BRACELETS,   RINGS,   SCARF  PINS, CUFF' and COLLAR BUTTONS  In Quail tv- and Stylo to Suit the most fastid ions  GENTLEMEN'S NECKWEAR  MYRIADS OF TIES TO SELECT FROM  Our Christmas Display Cannot Fail to Please  -j   -*JSA'  Notice  NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat au application will bo made to the Legislative Assembly  of the Province of llritisli Columbia at Ito next  noxt.session for an Act to incorporate a company with power to coii-inict, equip, operate  hv anv kind or kinds of motive power and  lu'iilntiilna single or double track tramway,  or either a .standard or narrow guage railway  for the conveying 01* passengers or freight irum  some point at or near Kevelstoke, on the  Columbia River; thence in a northerly direction, following lhc. valley of the Columbia and  Canoe River? up stream bv tliu most feasible  route ou either side ol the said Columbia and  Canoe Rivers to the 53rd parallel of latitude  and wilh po.v _r to construct, equip, operate  and maintain branch lines and ail necessary  roads, bridgei. wavs, ferric*, wharves, docks,  coal bunkers, and with power to build, own,  equip, operate anil maintuin steam and other  vessels and boats In connection therewith and  operate lhe same on any navigable waters, and  generailv carry on thc bu.-ni_.-i:> 01 transportation, and with power tn build, equip, operate  and maintain Telegraph un<! Telephone Lines  in connection with the "aid tramway, and  branches for transmission of inesj-a^cs for the  public and to acquire water rights to supply  water or water po-.vt.-r. and to generate elcc-  trieitv for the supplying c: light, I'.ea: and  power as well for tlieir own i-.j... a- to s'll and  supplv to the public, and .vi'.'n pov, _r to carry  011 a bi:.-in.������i.s o. a Mining, S-meitipg and Refining Company, * and to conssir-.u-t, equip,  operate, or to turn lo ac,'Ot*.r,'-or .-ell or otherwise di-Jnosc of mines, ���������sr.ieilcr*, and refluent--;  to a.-iiufre, hold and dinpof- of mining lauds,  mining rl_Iit_ coil iind-, tirr.ti.r lands,  timber claims,su.-fac" right, nr pri-.-.lege--, or  other personal property; and w.t.lt ro^t-r in j  expropriate landtf for thi? du.-tkj^^-. oi :*::.' pro-,  po-cl'rrair.wav and tn -equ_r _ lands borni3.?*, i  privileges or oth*r airii from any Government j  or jKir-oss 0: todies corporate, and to make . -v-,-.,-  tratlicor other arr^n^c:ji..-rits with railways | -vm.is  >-ieamfc_-.i- or other coir.panie-5; _--it.i power to j  build wagon ros-l* lo he iifOd in the construe- '  tion of aiieh ir.iniv.-ii}- or un- advance of the  persons u-:n_: arid of Ireizht' ps=-:ng over an  of sur.'r. roads', v:lth. all e-th^r rizht-, 7_j>wers, or  privilege- a--i nw t>.-. r.J--"e^sary or inciden^it or  conducive   to   tiie  f_.t:air.nr.f:-.i  ol   :!."   above  object-or an^of th'-rn.  BHAIiBLRN, Lt-MIiLETON i. INNK.-'.  solicitors for Applicant .  Dated at Victoria, H.C., IJeceio^r 7tn, 1SGS.  t  Settled  There is no doubt about whero to  buy suitable Christmas gifts. The  arrival of my import order of  Xmas' Goods has made those who  have seen the siuck declare it the  linest of the kind ever shown in  Revelstoke.'  The Merldsji  Silver  'izanriia  ware  .0.  . .Dattcr DisHes,  ..Curd P.Eceivers,  ..Individual Castors,  .. Roger Bros.' Silver Fish Forks,  ..Tea Spoons, Stc.  .. Souvenir Solid Silver Spoons,   Nrat lucrlption, " Kevelstoke, I'.C.*'  .. Kapi-ir. Rings.  Shce Horns,  r 3ae-kaa Kair Brus'neE,  . .C-pira Glasses,  ihonpers cull and see this choice  slock of silverware.  . buvcr  _-:���������_!;"_-  rfj.......,...,  .,...'������?..1..C.X  pl-'ll  M'.'.  Erickson.  _.IUbV_I  r'u_^Li.Ci>Ulii :  FilR'JUSON.   B-C- ;  3551 Jiaominndation in tns j  ..    ?.:i'4axi lAzi:'iiZ.        I  $_!..._.  US.",.  D.   Fe?.GuSOM>  pROPrtlETOR'S  ������.....:........,.11  ><-.-..,1 ....n.a.s.jn  The Gold Commissioner has ordered  !he planking on Downie Creek bridge  lo be replac-d. It had been taken up  to -re-vent the accumulation of snow  on 'the structure, but J. Boyd has undertaken to keep tho snow cleared olf  feu- thc benefit of travellers on ths  Big B'-nil tr.iil.  The arrangements for the ball .-ind  supper given by Fire Brigade No. 1  luivJ now been practically completed-  Th--- c-'iiimittee will -=pare uo effort to  ni.-ikc it a siieres"--. ami the only thing  ricL-e-s-irv n.'*-������������������* is fi.r the citizens to do  their shaYe. i\hic.i is to patronize the"  atT.iit. S������*v������i el ladies in town hnvo  kiiidlv tm-.<-. r-'-.i'ii the sale of tickets,  which   c.-.n   .i!--t>   be   had   at  various  SIOIV5.  '���������tr. W. M. Blown, proprietor of lhe  S--" L.'un Hot .Spring:-., .-innounces that  b������- ho.s both hotels at the springs, tlin  r.n������ nt tbe lak'i and the one at tie  i-prioss thcms",Iv������'s. open so thai  visitors, have the choice eif living at  oiiliKi. A conveyance meets the C. P.  H. st i-iiip.vi.- at tlie landing daily. The  In.! 11--nc under the management of  Mr. Wol-eitt, and every arrangement  i< iiiielp for the c-omfo'rt and eonven  ieiice. of gue-ts at this chariniiig health  .j-es-ort. with its niaiyclloui . hcalth-  giving mineral springs.  Th  -. r..  r:ia-  n|J-r.dinc  all and ":.-  'Ipj'r Co havi' now em hand  Iiri.-k at right priJ'.c-  inildiirs   would do well to  _.-am:n*_-  lirirk v,rd jusi north of the Gun Club  gr'.-i:id-.  Ma:i orden promptly atlondcel to.  Price on application.  The F. E. Piper  Co.,  P.cvalstokc.  B.  C.  ���������ny    Kl'W* UTrtR B C Rt  Tenders Wanted  ... i.r.j.1  r.]_p..~  riccenifc-r  ~~2:nl.   iz'.'S.  a'-'S'giie'- cf the   lis.__.',-!  an isiioivrfr.t, lor t~.<  hoi-, ."ind. l'.i-."i  K.ir  stock  of y.'ir.,'.-,  Lt(,i:--.'.i  b>~  pur  \t. r'i'-cjv'-. up '.',  lh-      ur.d'T-irned  J RANK V._NI������.'.!.l..  'ha'O  of  the   lloi---e-  .- and  rixti'Tr,.  th*-  piid  Ci^i.r, r.r.d  th������  tr-rect r.f the Irmj!-. cut in  Ir)'   Four. J-.Iock  Three.   I'.e-vci-t. _.e,   li 1: .   and   the   hniidinr."  ^r.!������:<-l tliBi'c-ii. 11.j -i" ."-" '...    ....:.:'..1 li'.j^'l.  Tendern   will   b"    rc.-eiv.-.d    ,'r.r   tl,-:  111,0'c  property in one parcc-l^or iepirate  mav t." nepired.  A*full in**.'ftory of iho  c.jplei of tii*- tor.r.j and J-^.i.iili.'.iM . I "a!>' an..  :he till'! .le'"'-" .-ffcct'.ng til.' r-al  c������tn'c nay I e  e.'en at the office of the .Wi-..-:.. ^ nl fJ.-'.el-:..k*-.  B.C.. on applicatir.r  -a-  -������-  ~_~~~~~~~~~~'������  rKONT  it.���������City Jeweler.  ."-TKKrr���������next postoffice.  J.  .'.������-������-.  or ^ej.arate purceis as I  r.r.d wrlttJ-n ]  ' I  FAYETTE 3UKER  Fire. Life, Accident, Loaning ar.-J   Investment Agent  ?."0,0C- to Loan  Or. P.".velstoke Real Estate  Property  c.I'O.  10���������It  UK." CII,  iX;-.jo,'f.  SUITABLE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S GIFTS  Tho Largest and Beat Variety of Stock in Town  F.B. WELLS  Post Office Store  Front Street, Revelstoke  @S_&������&grc_  Have You  Made  % Youi  ^3  'Xmas  9  II.' NOT, "WE SHALr. BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOUR   $&  ORDER FOR ANY OR ALL OF TUE FOLLOWING :      |^  Batger's. Machine Cut Mixed Peel j&g  Ramona, Seeded Raisins ^<  Cleaned Currants                     " @kj  Sultana Raisins *|fo  Shelled Almonds         " g|  Dixie MolasseSj Etc., Etc. ^  Apples !    Apples ! !    Apples ! ! ! ������S  cIS  FRESH  FRUITS.  JAPANESE ORANGES, $1.00 per box.  NAVEf-, ORANGES  ~������  LEMONS,     FRESH FIGS,     DATES,     NUTS  Sgv It. AMAS, Manager  T&k  FIRST-CLASS GROCERS AND   FRUITERERS.  REVELSTOKE  Sfe Jobbers and Dealers in Vegetables, Hay and Feed  m -  At,-*'*:  ... .  Undertaking and Embalming  R.  Howson  & Co.,  Mackenzlo Avo.t  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  Notice  THKIjANARK CONSOLIDATED MINING AND  SMELTING C'O. Ijlmited Liability, a company  incorporated under tlio Companies Act, 1890,  hereby gives notice that In accordance, v.itll  the provisions of sueh Act it intends on the  "list day of December, lSOS, to remove ita Head  Oflico (from Vancouver, In the Province ol  Uritish Columbia) to Itevelstoke, in tho Province of British Columbia.  EDGAR A. BENNETT,  General Manager and "Secretary.  Kovember 19th, 18_~.  J S0ODSF0RTHE HQL2IDAY SEASON'!  ������__ SKATES    *" "   . i?$  |?5 ACME, HOCKEY and HACER3-.1 00 to ~4 00.  11 , LAMPS  Ilniiquot and Parlor���������in all the latest designs  PLATED GOODS  m  m  p'v?.  ri-<?.  5P  In this line we have scoured the best assortment ever displayed iir Hovel-  stoke. Rogers 1S17 Goods in plain and fancy patterns. Tea, Coffee, ).cssert  und Table Spoons. Berry Spoons. Sugar fchells. Nut,Crackers. Eoup  Ladles.    Knives and Vprks singly or in sets. '.  Cur own make of Air-Tight Healers, the most reliable on the market,  can be h-d now*. i\l\ our work guaranteed.  JWV 3_4Z.   IjA."WI^E3SraB,*  M - i_c^_.i-iD,w^_-E/E,   -rnrs-Mii thiiitcs-.  ���������&Ct  / ���������*c-,--^.'- ������-^ir?'5'vc'--i rrrf? ?'-*."- >^"c3 c.'c'/?-~' r^'~?r"'~! r^--^/?.-^ r tV./^--r*\ri^^c-rt'^^t~^__''i?rrJvi'ii/--.v--/'i--"r\--.--..  &-^'Wvi-^ii.'".!--^^:i>i-ieVt'_'^-^tJdjV������r.A>si''J~J  ������&1  ������?_  V-Sl  . PS?  f~f~  m  '.is.":.  Z*&3_LC__ ___i_������3*.-&*  tjj T*t5JX>r  %j^\Xfi  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Notice^of Assignment.  Pursuant to tho Creditor's Trust Deeds Act  and amending nets,  NOTICE is hereby given thntFrank Vandallof  Revelstoke, In the province of British Columbia, hotel keeper, luis hy deed elated the 15th  day of November, ISPS, assigned ail his personal  estate, credits and effects which may be BeUcd  and sold under execution and all his real estate  to George W. Ilcach of Kcvclstokc aforesaid,  mining broker, in trust for thc benelit of hiu  creditors.  The said deed was executed bv tho said  Frank Vandall and George XV. nc'ac.h on the  tilth dav ol Novenilior, JS.S. All persons bavin.; claims againil lhc ".aid Frank Vandall are  required on or before the  20th day of December. 1898,  to send to tho Trustee full  particulars of tho  same duly vended, together  with the particulars of the security (if anv) held liv thorn.  AND NOTICE IS IIE"~E~'Y GIVEN' that after  the said "JOth clay of December, ISOs. tho Trustee  will proceed to distribute the assets among  those creditors whose claims shall have boon  lodged with him, and that he will not bo  responsible after said date for the assets so  distributed or any part thereof, to any person  or persons, firm or corporatlan ol whoso debt  or claim he ahall not then have received  nol ice.  A meeting of the creditors of the Raid Frank  Vandall will be held at theofllcc of the Trustco  Front St.. Kevelstoko, U. C. on Monday I he Sth  day of Deeor.ibei", ISIiS, at two o'clock-in the  afternoon.  Dated at  _.������vel-"toko, 1). C, the 21st day of-  "ovembcr, A. V. 18DS.  WHITE. GWILLIM ������ SCOTT,  . Solicitors for the above-named Trustee.  Notice of Assignment.  Deliverc.-  Delivcn  is  the ti:  from  car.,  r'ruin shed.  .  ������������������'0.50 ner ton.  .S-O.liO jicr ton.  lie  to  get in your winter supply before lhc snow falls,  early.      Cas'.i must accompany tho order.  Older  .F. McOARTY".  *^'������:**j*_j������oe*'>.-k������:--'-4'*'������*  M  CITY  BAKERY     g  CHRISTMAS CAKK-  BP.EAD!    H'r'.r.An  McCagueEros. -  -.PI.TOOstriEK  r.REAri::  Props. r������i  .v.x _y..-~-..-<;<������..*,  :-x_-:___^'*_*^^^s*"^*>'*^'*.>f5-".'  DON'T  HACK AND COUGH  YOUR  LIFE AWAY  I A  1 A  A  Dancing  Fine  Pomps,  or Course Shoes  LITILK DAMP  LITTLE f'OU-  LITTU-* COUGH  I A BrOGER COUGH  A .SORER THROAT  iliY TH E CHEST  IO:"." THE LUNGS  PNEUMONIA  FEVERS  CONSUMPTION  Thr  WAY  THEY  ALL  i!K<rlN  8'  "&���������:  C'&,  i'Vs'J  "irS  m  m  m  m  m  WATCH THIS SPACE  !?P-.(fl.  ^opening  of Fa.Iis Bros.' Store  on Alonday  m  m  m  m  ���������_���������"���������"  m  ���������US  i  JAS.  QRNF.RAL  Reveistoke Sash & Door  m Factory 1  .~"  cs--  -la'  Manufacturers oi  and Iicaler- in  Sash. Doors, Turnings, Plinths, Corner  Blocks. Moulding" of* .-ill kinds,  l'aiicv Gables inul Verandah ivcuk,  Bractets of every description made  to order. Store unci olllco Fittings,  WniiJfiw Frames, with Sash fitted  ;i specialty.  All the latest inacliinery.     Dry kiln on the  premises."   fall and pet prices before  going elsewhere. j '  SAWYER & MANNING.  Rubbers and Overshoes,  In fact everything you  need for both ladies and  gentlemen in the footwear line, at the Revel-  1 stoke Shoe Store, opposite the post office.  jEayJIoots and    .iocs tnti'lf It, nrtlrr us usual  CHECK   IT NOW  J a  d.  '.VITH...  Dr, Mackenzie's English  Cough Balsam  Front St., Revelstoke.  I will have in a few days the biggest and ben  selected -.t'.rk of   new 'Xmas Good-���������  Toys, Fancy ."atle.nery,  Hook",  Etc.. ever shown in town. ^.  GEO. F, CURTIS  ������������������THE DRUGGIST,"  Successor to the McD. A. IV. Co,, ('-���������  KEVEIJiTOKE STATION,      - P. ������",  McMAHON,  BLACKSMITH  Cult"!".. Sleigh". Biiggiei :ind Wiigons  iiiiide or repaired. ,  flciiciiil wood work n. specialty.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  LEElt IIKAHS,  J'.IUDS, A KIM A 1.1, Etc.,  Ive-i'Tvi'il  and   Mounted  Third St. Enst of Schooihouse  a.."-. -y>: -?.-: ������ffrr^.yyj^iiXX^.'r^,i-?AffX'<iY'.  ���������_. _������������������.  Louisville  Restaurant .   ^  ojipo'ito ("our. .er'y. i>.  Mo.ilfl  served   at fill' hours, elay   %  .cap  served  at fill' hour  or niglit.  Antoni  HeSochc',  Proprietor.  \--tt-?&V������-fr&JHtt������Xi?&&l^������#.  UI-51-llO***!-*)-*1  Leveque    ���������������   I  i   all  its branches   ;  &     Miss H.  Dressmaking   ir  at moderate prices.  Men's clothes cleaned, altered, repaired.  Shop Apposite'Coursicr's, Front St.  ,1....'.,:!..������3_*3'1.1'rMl'e,!"ia*.l.M5������5"1.~������.l*f M"II"~."~  will net sell profitably in nn up-to-date  tailoring establishment, and for that  reason I urn flouring olf what stock I  have of lhis kind nt actually below  cost. I wunt tbe mnr.ey thus invested  to put into my increasing tailorincr  business. AVhen people como in and  compare the prices of roady-mades  willi our tnnde to fit nnd consider the  difference there i_ in the quality they  just leave their order for a suit. For  this reason I will confine myself in  future strictly to the tailoring business. I have the biggest unci best  stock of cloth in town to choose from,  anel five first class workmen a re lmsy  filling orders. If you will come in and  pet my prices, examine the quality of  my material and workmanship, I'm  sure you would be ashamed of sending  en-st for yonr clothes. Don't be afraid  to come and i>.sk questions.  R.S.WILS0N  Pur-siiiuil to tli.' Creditor',! Trust Deeds Act,  and amending act .  NOTK-E ia IlEltEilY Gj-VES that Georgo  Frederick Fill lis of llcvol-toke, in the Province  of Ur'iii-ii Columbia, grocer and. gents' furn-  i-lier, h.is !>y deed dated Ihe 18th dav of Nov-  ernbei, lf"'"8. a-islgui'd ail hi-j ocr-on'M estate".'  credits and effects, which mav be' seized and  sold under execution, and all his. ical estate to  Isaac Turner nrewster of Kevelstoke aforesaid,  mine, manager, in trust for the benelit of his  creditors.  The said den . was executed bv thc Hsid  George Frederick Fallis and Isi.se Turner  Hreivsier on the 18th dav of November, 1MJ.  All persons haling claims against tho said  George Frederick Fallis are required on or bo-  foce tho  i8t!i day of Dscember. 1898,-  lo send to tho Trustee full particulars of the  same duly verified, tmeellicr with the nartlcu-  li'.rs of 'he security, if arm held hv tlie'm.  NOTICE IS 11EIIK11Y* FUKTllER GIVEN"  that after llie sniel lSlli dav of Deecmbeir, lb'JS,  the Trusleo will proceed to distribute the  assel* among Ihce creditors who'-e claims  have been lodged with him. and thai he will  not lie responsible alter i.ald dato for the assets  so distributed or any part thereof, to any person or persons, firm or corporation of whose  debt.or claim he shall not (hen have received  notico. -  -^-.l��������� ineetlng-"'-of-llie-Cr������ditcrs-of-the-sald-  Geon:e Frederick Fallis will be held at the  ollice of White, Ciwlllini .t s.cott, Tavlor lilock.  Itevelstoke, 1". C, on Smurdav che '3rd day of  December, 18H8, at two o'clock In the afternoon. .  Dated at Kevelstuko, B. C��������� thc 18th day of  November, A. D. ISIW.*  WHITE. GWILLIM ,t SCOTT,  Solicitors for the above-named TriiBtee,  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  p.os-ncr.iiY, cAiisucny, aiisenic, imperial, asd  CCinOKATION MINKIIAI. CLAIMS >Nn TUB  UMPIHK, niNeinOMANDJUniLE^PIlACTIONAL  MIKBi'.AL CLAIMS  Situate in the Hevclstoki-Mining Division of  West Koolenay District. Wh'erolocated on tho  North Fork of Carnes Creek, HI it Uend.l  TAKE NOTICE TILVI'l, FrhncU .1. &'Relllv,  of Silverton, II.11., as agent "for the Carnes  Creek Consolidated Gold Mini!*, Limited, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 91,872, intend, Blxty  days from the date hereof to applv to tlie  Mining Kecoreler for 1 crtitlcate.. 01 Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown  grunt" oi lhe above claim"..  And further take notice that action under  section S7. must be commenced before the  Issuance of sueh ccrtilicoti's of Improvements.  Hated this 15th day of October. IS!"!".  Nov. 1��������� Ot KItANCIS J. O'REILLY.  Notice  NOTICE is hereby given that application  will be made to the Legislative .".ssembly of  tho Vrovlneo of ~rtrilli.~i,e.-' ..inbla at its next  session, for an ,Xo.l >f-".. ... irate a company  wilh power to cos If net, eejuip, malnlain and  operale a standard or narrow guage railway  lrom some point at or near llevelstoke, thenco'1  In a northerly direction hy the most feasible  route - through the valleys of the Columbia,  ejanoe, Fraser and Parsnip rivers, to the l_!th  parallel oi latitude, thence to the northerly  boundary of the province to a point on or nORr  the Liard elver, or westerly bv the most feasible route to a point on the northerly boundary at or near Atlin Lake: with power to construct branch lines from any point on the  msin line, or any its branches; with power to  build, own, equip, operate and maintain  steaam and other vessels, boats, whans.docks  and buildings in connection therewith; and  to build, equip, operate and maintain telegraph and telephone lines in- connection with  tlie said railway und branches; and to make  traffic or othor arrangements with railwav,  steam boat or other Companies and for all  other usual and necessary powers, rights or  privileges in that behalf.  Dated this 29th day of November, jE"iS.  A. St. G. HAMKftSLEY,  Solicitor "for Applicants.  SS-9_-Gt  City Parcel  Delivery  -AND   Hourly  Sta-R'e Line  -__���������  Robert Fleming  oaf

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