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 OS��������� V-fl li*  !-���������_���������������._ 71*>*.-*i_**ira."*-,~������  W  't���������<L  ���������,-c..-~y���������  '7  -ISSTTE3D- TWIOE-A-WEEK - WEDHESDATS    -A-IfcTID    S-A.TTJK.ID-A.YS-  Vol. III.    No. 9.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  *  C B. Hume  &Co.  We have decided  to  drop our  Dry Goods  Line  Until We Have More Room at  our disposal,  "And in order to clear it out at once  To Make Room  For a Much  Larger  Stock  of  Gents*  Furnishings  ������ and   c  Boots and Shoes  "'We Will   Offer'the'  Entire Stock  At  Actual  Cost.  There is positively no humbug- about this offer: we  must have the room for our  Gents' Furnishing-s .and  Boots and Shoes, which are now  on the way: THESE GOODS  MUST GO AND OUR LOW  PRICES WILL SELL THEM.  Come wid Examine the stock and _  The Great Departmental  BOURNE BROS.  FEBRflARYGHEAPSAbC  Now is tlie beat time to buy when reductions have reached their lowest point and  when every effort is being made to give a grander finish to the February.' of 1809  than any of its predeeefsors. The special bargains to be offered to-morrow will  mike things lively all over the store* every one of them priced witti the sole  object ot turning them into money.  REMARKABLE SALE   OF BRESS G00DS  The Dress Goods chief has determined to make a clean sweep of all winter dress  stuffs and is using desperate means to accomplish his object in the way of price  reducing. To-morrow hundreds of yards of beautiful, stylish and choice materials  go on sale at prices which for lowness has never before been equalled.  Dress Goods  AtSOc. a yunl!   Five pieces of dress material,  . plain   effects   all   exquisite goods that are  KOoel   value   at  :13c  il  yard.    The  Hip oil  Store's Sale Price  ������(J  AtSOcayarel. Sc\ciity-iive yards JCavv Iilue  Seme, all wool, regular price 75c; The en  Big Store, Sale Price  OU  Al 95e a yard���������Five pieces ol Dress Material  comprising laucv Broelies, silk lln!_"h materials aud other i>i������liionablo fabrics, all lhis  season's stvlcs,   regular $1.35.   The  HlgQC  ' Store's Sale Price ������         OO  A t 3~i'a yard���������A hout HI yards all wool Cream  Crepon. regular price _l)c. The Big qc  Store's Sale Price     ������J0  Lace Curtain Sale  Nottingham Lace Curtains, full 3 vard������ nn  Long, good patterns, Sale Price oU  Fine Lace Curtains in pretty patterns fi; | An  Nctv designs for .spring.  Sale pric. 3) I .UU  Dainty Lace e;urtalns in specially tfno patterns  pretty borders, regular value I", (ni cr  Sale Price   Wl.UU  Wnite Wear Sa?e. -  Ladies' f'e.ri-ct Covers In White Cambric, V,  iiigh and square necks, exquisitely trimnic.l.  rcRiilar value. ?1 .-J.*>. ~Tho Ilig Storo Sale "7 c  ITiee'. -. J 0  Lu'lies' Fine Cambric. Chemises, circular neck,  Trimmed with Kmtirnlilcrv. Special >_r{_  Value (O  Ladies' Fine ejambric Hraevers, umbrella style,  * handsomely trimmed ln em- ZCtr.'fil "7C  broidery, price ranging from "J lU������I'-._������3  The Embroidery Sale  Now Hand Loom Cambric, embroidery edging,  open v.ork patterns. Usual price 8e., m  The Wr Store's sale price *(���������  Kow Hand Loom Cambric Embroideries, about  6 inches wide, splendid value at 30c. I o  The Big Store's Sale Price  | (J  Xew Hand Loom Cambric Embrolderv, about  IU inches wide, special value 40c, T'lic nr  Big Store's Sale Price ..... .������ J)  Ladies' Vests  If you don't know about the great bargains in  these gooels offered here dailv it will pay to  do so at once.  Ladies'  Heavy  RiM_i.il Winter  Vests,    extra  lung, button   front,   long   sleeves,   Ribbon,  natural color, regular price $1,2.".,    The   71;  ...Big Store's Sal.' l'ri_ c, ,"-.\, -.; f J)  Ladies' ejonibinatlons, Scotch * M~~>ol, button  down front, ankle length, long sleeves,  regular price fj.Si.. The Big Store's  <f> I   -Tr  '   Safe Price CD 1 . / 0  Why we Are Doing It  Our Clothing Price Reductions are due to  change ol Brand, as after the first of March  we sell nothing but our' own .Brand. Free  alterations anil ��������� delivery on two hours'  notice.  Bargains in Kitchenware ;  Kitchen ware claims particular attention  from the economical housekeeper to-morrow  .everything for housekeeping at very low  prices.  Grocery Section  Kux ,Ioy Cleaned Currants 15c per lb.  Selected California Three Crown Haislns 10c.  Pure Extracted Honey Jars 35e.  California Dried Figs 12J^r. pur lb.  California Pitted Plums l.'ic. per lb.  Bluo Ribbon Seeded Raisins 15c. per lb.  Keiller's Marmalade, Jars, 25c. and 50e.  Superfine Eagle Chocolate We. per lb.    .,  McLaren's Imperial Chce.������t'.       '".  Crosne A Black well's assorted Jiiras.    ,       '.  -  Crockeryware.    -  Fifteen Chamber Belts, regular price mn rn  .,$5., The Big Store's bale Price.:. ...vDO.OU  THE LARDEAU DISTRICT  Get Our Price.  To Clear out  Some Odd Lines  In Ladies' * Fine Shoes, Slippers  and Overshoes, we aie offering; them  At prices below cost. A Splendid  $5 Shoe at $3 is only a sample.  Ladies'  Tarn O* Shanters  A Complete stock of latest design  in these at large reductions. A $1  Tans goes now at 50 Cents.  The Abore cut Prices, of Course, only  apply to CASH purchases.  WE ARE AGENTS FOR  Revelstoke s Great Departmental Store  Haig  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke ;  Townsite  MININGr   "  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor Block, McKenzie -Ave, RcvelstoKC Sta.  Money to Loan.  XV. White, Q. C. ' J. M. Scott, B.A., L L.B.  F. L. Gwilllra.  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc,  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Comimov funds tn loan Ht 8 per cent.-  Oflie'cs:   Moboui. Bank Block.  First Street.   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work a upecla'ty. Trams  always reaely on shortest notice. Contracts for  jobbing taken. ������V-Ageut for the Standard  Oil Company.  AND OTHER GOOD BRANDS  C. B. Hume & Co.,  WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL  GENEHALMKRCJIANTS  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Oflice and Residence, two doors east Cowan  Block.  V THIRD SlItKET, CENTRE.  Night and Day Calls attended to.  Telephone connection. - -  JAS. McMAHON,  fiENERAL    BLACKSMITH  Cutters, Sleighs, Buggies and Wagons  niiiele or repaired.  Genernl wood work a specialty.  IN MEMORIAM 1  (Rev.   F. A. Ford  Entered Into Rest January  27 lh, 18.0.)  Farewell, di .ir friend, the   grave   has  cleiseel above thee:  The i-old earth lies upon thy narrow  ���������    lii'el;  Farewell I Altho' we leave thee yet we  love the'e  And mourn thee eleael.  God  loved 'thee too, and  feu- ti little  ������������������=- seaeeem���������-'���������,       ~~    '       ~  Spared   thy   pure:   soul   awhile    on  earth tn mam.  Then sought thee out, and fur his own  gootl reason,  .  Ke-culled thee home.  A valued friend is taken  from beside  us  To ait'with  the*"redeemed at God's  right hand���������      - .  A beacon light set high in heaven  to  guide us  To. that blest land.  Thy happy tones now mingle with the  voices  That raise their hymn of praise to  - Christ on high.  Thy   ransomed, spirit    now   in   bliss  rejoices  Beyond the sky.  A bright translation from the cross of  suffering���������  The prelude to the wearing of tho  crown;  Earth's labors past, to take again  in  Heaven.  The work laid down.  We will    not  speculate,   nor   vainly  (inestion  The mysteries of the divine decree.  But leave thy servant in thy gracious  keeping���������  Dear Lord, with thee.  F. C. S.  Revelstoke, Jan. 30th, 1890.  Pectoral Balsam  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Tii-nD Struct, Centre.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment of Fancy  Goods in  town.  M. K. Lawson.  .WILL CURE.  Coughs  Colds  Bronchitis  Influenza,  Cold in  the   Head,   Asthma  and all Throat and Lung Affections.  It mil also be found  helpful in  Kidney  and Urinary Diseases.  O. R REID <fc CO.  FUNERAL OF REV. F. A FORD  Impressive Services Conducted by Rev.  H. -Fiennes Clinton of Vancouver  Hev.H.Fieunes Clinton, rector of St.  James' Vancouver, arri veil on Sunday  morning and immediately took charge  of the arrangements for the interment  of the late vicar of St.. Peter's. The  chm-i-intself,~wR.c'"i~Mr. Forel had 90  loved to decorate for the festivals of  thc church, was placed in mourning.  The wreaths aiid texts which had been  put up iu honour of the Christmas  'season' were taken down, and altar,  sanctuary and pulpit wFri* draped in  black cloth. The e'eififln wns placed in  front of the altar with candles burning on each siele. In it lay tbe peaceful form ~ eif the vicar clad in his  ministerial robes eif cassock, surplice  anel steile, with the image eif the  crucified Redeemer on his breast. The  coffin was covered with wreaths and  crosses of white flowers and green  leaves. Willi him lying thero in  simple state morning prayer was saiel,  followed hy thu celebration of the  Holy Eucharist, with the proper collect, epistle and gospel appointed for n  celebration preceding the burial of the  dead. The only music was the singing  ot Canon Blight's Euch.iristjc hymn.  " Aud Now. Oh Father. Mindful of the  Love," after the prayer of consecration  anel '��������� Peace. Perfect Pence" at lhe  ablutions. But the mimical voice nnd  earnestness of the celebrant and the  evident emotion ot the people, rendered the service the more impressive  on ������.e.count of its very simplicity.  At two o'clock the funeral service  commenced. The church wascrowded  to overflowing. Air. Clinton read the  first part of the burial service and two  hymns were sung; "Alv God, My  Father, While I Stray" and " Rock eif  Ages." The procession was then  formed to proceed to the cemetery.  The pallbearers were Messrs. Hearn  and Crage, churchwardens; Grogan  and Aionn, sidesmen. Jas. Gill and R.  Gordon. Rev, Mr. Clinton walked at  the head in his robes, followed by the  hearse and pallbearers, after whom  came the choir and a long line of  friends of the deceased." At the grave  the last prayers of the church were  said followed by the Easter hyinn  ���������* Jesus Lives " ond the blessing. Anel  no the body of the vicar was laid in its  last resting place, almost before, so  strange and sudden has it all been,  those who loved hiin have realized  that he is no ��������� longer among us"  Reqniesc.ut in pace. ' *  Evensong wis sung at the usual  hour, n large'congregation being present. Rev. Mr. Clinton in* his sermon  spoke of his departed colleague in  very touching terms. ���������' ���������      "  THE   LAND   OF    GOLD,   SILVER  AND COPPER  TROUT LAKE MINING PROGRESS  Properties Upon Which Work has Been  Done, Also Those Upon Which Operations are Now Proceeding���������Some  Wonderful Surface Showings���������The  Badshot, Great Northern, True Fissure  Etc.���������The Topic's Review.  Five Mile creek, one of the feeders  tei Trout Lake on thn south western  siele, has a great many valuable properties staked on it: But as last season wus a short one and a trail hnd to  be bnilt iu order to get to the properties, very little lieyemd the work required oy law was done* on them*. The  claims there, however, have exception  ally fine surface indications and next  season nny furnish another group to  the list of Trout Lake developoel prospects, t.he future feir which ia away  above the "average.  It will only be a short'time now until work is resumed on the Badshot.  This property has already some thirty  tons of ore on the dump and next,  season's work will further increase this  amount,.  Tiie work on the Lade group will be  recommenced shortly.. This-property,  it will lie remembered, is rhe. eine  which the great, strike of tellin-ide ore  was made in the summer nf '97. Since  then work has-been going on as steadily as the owners' circumstances woultl  permit-. A 150-foot tunnel was commeneeel to tap the lead, at a depth ami  it is'expected tluit the early part of  next season'will see it completed. The  eii-e ������ hich was taken out a year ago  last fall.'some six tons, gave returns of  $'220 to the ton of gold, and some of  the liner samples aie simply held together hy the gold that is contained  in them. ���������  Regai-eting tlie Great Northern, True  Fissure aiiel Broadview groups, it is  generally conceded that they.ialthough  containing immense ore_bodie������-antl:iii  an advariced'stagff of de-'eptnent," will  make no attempt to ship ore until the  cheap transportation cpiestion is solved  by tlie construction of a railroad.  Some 1,000 tons of ore are lying staked  on these properties which will rmVanywhere from $30 to $75 to the ton in  silver, lead and copper. _   ,\ ���������  On Trout cieek some very gooel  strikes were made last year, owned  principally by Messrs. Jowett. Campbell, Davy and AIi-Donald. Considerable work will bu done on these next  season.  On the I. X. L , a North Fork property, est tensive development operations  will be commenced shortly. Three or  four men will be em ployed and their  labor.., it is expected will open up a  very large ore body. This property  hnscuie of the finest, surface showings  in that, section.  The Nettie L. has. had completed  considerably over 100 feet of work  which has resulte'I in showing up a  very fine body of high grade ore.  Work will be continued until the third  lead, which was the one the.- tunnel  wus-meiiiit-to tapris-crosscutrivheif-it~  is expected the property will be in a  fair way to to taking its place in the  ranks of the shippers.  The Black Eagle, a claim near  Ferguson, on Ihe main line of the  wagon road,will he worked extensively  next ��������� season. This propertv was  bonded 11 year ago last fall for $10.0IX)  and last fall the bone! was taken up. It  is now in the hands of a Vancouver  company.  Ed. Jackson h.i<~ been put in charge  of the estate of Fallis Bios., general  merchants, on Front street.  The locomotive drivers will pull  their tr-iins from Revelstoke to Ft'lel  instead of to Donald as heretofore.  Circulars have been issued lo that  effect.  Alex Lucas, the Conservative organizer feir tbe piovince, will be in t.i'vn  shortly ami will spend some time here  reorganizing the Liheral-Ceiusei-vative  association. '  The revival services in the Methodist  church are continuing every night,  this week wilh a innikeil increase of  intei est. The Pastor anil friend!,  invite all who can to attend. The  meetings commence each evening at  8, o' clock.  The Rev. Air. Clinton will aeldi-css a  special meeting of the talent society  eif St. Peter's church in the kindergarten room ou Friday afternoon ut 3  o'clock. All the ladies of tin* congre  gation an: cordially invited to attenel.  ' It is rumored that sortie members of  W. Miller's bridge gang have been in  j ti reel by the knives flying from the  rotai-v while fighting the snow at  Illecillewaet. Another slide is reported to have come down there last night,  ���������At a meeting of the vestry of St.  Peter's -church held yesterday * after  noon it was decided to take up sub  scriptions for a fund to place 11 cross  of stone eir marble at the head of  Mr. Ford's grave in the cemetery,and  also te> erect an altar - anil memorial  tablet in the church in memory eif his  work ir. this parish. An altar has  been selected as a most suitable  memorial, not only because the church  badly neeels one. but also because- it is  known that it was Air. 'Ford's intention to have put one up himself bad he  been spared to retnarn among us.  REVELSTOKE CURLERS RETURN  With the Hudson's   Bay   &   Championship Trophy in Their Grip  The Revelstoko curlers returned  from the Rosslanil Bonspiel on Sunduy  night. The Revelstoke rink, which  consisted of Roy Douglas. E. Pickarel,  K. D. Johnson and H. A. Brown, skip,  cairied off the big Hudson's Buy  trophy which will be held by theni  one yi'ai _ Each member of the winning rink will receive tt souvenir.which  will remain bis propel ty. This win of  a green link was very popular with  everybody. The Revelstoke curlers  are delighted with the cordiality of  their reception among their kindly  hosts in Rossland. The ill success of  the hockey team was, largely due tn  want of practice and training owing  to their being no rink here suitable for  the game. Onr curlers were of course  at a similar disadvantage. This town  u-nnts to wake up in this lespect nnd  we shoulel have a rink suitable for  every kind of amusement afforded by  the ice here next winter.  IC. D. Johnson stayed behind to play  a'pick-up game of hockey on Sunday  afternoon. The team consisted of eild  pl-iyers in the one time "famous Calgary combination.  The following were the players:  Sawyer,- goal; K. D. Johnson, Capt.,  point; Tom Douglas, cover peiint;  Amly Grierson, E. Pinkham, Roy  Douglas, George Henderson, forwards.  They played against a team rom posed  of all comers and heat them by four  goals, to nothing.  A  TERRIBLE  ACCIDENT  SEVEN   PERSONS   KILLED,. ONE  SERIOUSLY INJURED  A   MOST   SHOCKING    AFFAIR'  A Snowslide Sweeps Av? ty the Station .  and Round Housa at Roger's Pass  a:id Buries E_gh: People ��������� Alive���������All.,  tlie Bodies Have Bsen Found Except* 1  One���������The Worst Snowslide of Its -  Kind Ever  Known - in   the   Mountains ������*  An  appalling catastrophe  occurred  yesterelay afternoon  eifc Roger's  P.iss -  whereby in   one  moment seven   souls *  were     hurried   without   a    mom-nt's *  warning into eternity.     The  c.-iii.-e  of  the fatality   was   a~isnow������liiIe   which  swe.-pt away   the   station   ami    run-id  hoti-e wilh every living ji--i--"u   w-hi'i' '  tbein.    The ele.ul   nre   XV    \jn,,.;   .! iv '  operator,   Mr.-.   Citen*  and   '. h.-ir  two  children,   Frank   CUi-.-.nn,   night   opei*- '  ator,   .fames     Ridley,    wiper.    antl"a   '  Chinaman   cook.     Tlie    only   person   '  taken out alive was Annie Berger'. thc   '  waitress,   who   survived    with    both   ���������  legs   broken   and    seveial   ribs.      Dr.  Cross started up  to  the  scene  of  the-  accident yesterelay but there are other  slides between here and   Rogers'   Pass  at   Illecillewaet   an.l   the   Glacier,   so   ���������  he     experienced   much    difUculty  in-  getting up there. -  MASTER  OF ADMINISTRATION  Sir Charles   Tupper  Sizes, Up   Israel.  '.Tarte in a Few' Caustic Words "  Referring to Air. Tarte's asceiielnncy  in the Liberal party, Sit- Charles Tupper has had this to say in a recent inter-  vieey'a to Moiilrnnicin respondent.'"Air  Tarte is the master eif the administi;a:  tion. His conception of statesmanship  isto go "from province to province'-,  promising the most lavish expenditures in order tn bribeV the constituencies. Tbis'is his idea. This is the  height of statesmanship to which he  has risen. This is his conception of  tho duties of a great statesman. We  see him going up and down the counlry promising in this and that district  the expenditure of millions. Sir  Wilfrid confines-himself to philosophic  abstractions, nnd the master of the  administration buys up the constituencies. This is what we see as tbe  perfect floiver of Liberalism in this  conn try. The only sign of a general  ele*ction that I can see is tlie spectacle  which Mr. Tarte presents ns he offers  his millions here and there.     Needless  to s.*iy-thac-if_a~i ithV"o~f ~t"i~r*~~~noiuit  which he is promising is disbursed  actually upon so-called public works,  the country would be "quite hopelessly  involved.  " But Air. Tarte is in the cabinet to  stay, though half of the Liberal party  hate him, anel ask for his dismissal, he  will remain, tmel why? Because if he  were dismissed he ceiuld nnel weitihl  disclose the nie.ins Iiy which the  government reacheel power at the lust  election. He knows the secret. He  cniild not euily have Sir Wilfrid himself deposed, bnt he eoulel prevent the  Liberal party from reaching poner  again for the next twenty years. This  is why Air. Tarte remains master of  the administration."  FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING  Of the Board of Trade Held Last Night  ���������H. A. Brown Elected President  Tho foni-lh annual meeting ejf the  Revelsloke Board of Trade was held  in the boarel room last night, and the*,  election of oflicers look place with the  following results : o  On motion of Alessrs. Sibbald and  Brewster. H..A. Brown was electee!  president by acclamation.  On motion of Messrs. Brewster nnd  Henrn, F. B. Wells was elected vice-  president by ae-cl.-iiriiition.  C. E. Shaw was re-elected secretary  by iice-l.-imalion.  On the fiist h.illnt being taken for  the election of members tei the council  of the boarel. the following gentlemen  were elected : Alessrs. I. T. Brewster,  J. AbrahamKi.n. W. F. Crage. T. L.  Haig. C. F. Lindmark. J. M. Scott. XV.  AL Brown, W. Al. Lawrence and Geo.  S. McCarter.  A "hearty vote ot thanks were  tendered-the..retiring president. Air.  Henrn. anel officers and members of  last year's board.  Tlie���������'���������'annual report was read and  and adopted:. The Herald will publish the annual rppnrt in next issue.  Alessrs. Garraiid, Bl-aithwaite, Jas.  Murphy and R. Gordon. w*:ve elected  new members..  NEEDS-AJAILROAD  Trout   Lake   Mines   Development" 1.V-  tarded Through This Cause  There is no  part of the vast mineral '���������' 1  belt    of  . British    Columbia   that   is ' '���������  suffering niore for the want of railroad  transportation   thnn   U   th.i     set-Lion-. ���������  known   as  tlie'Ttont   Lake   division-,- -'  writes   a   ceii-i-esponclent,    from    Ne'v-*--  Denver.        For     several   years \ha.-  section has been  coining  into   prominence because of'iti- grent* ore  bodies...  and     almost,, unlimili-d    possibilities."..  Its progress has been slow, but enough   .  money   Iris   been . expeneleel* em     its w-  properties and   many   of- them.hxve-  been   developed   ir.te)    mines    that* if'  situated in districts favored with  railroad facilities woulil to-day be some of'-'-  the largest shippers in   the Kootenay.  And, yet.  with   .-ill   its   vast mineral  wealth   developed  and   in   sight,  tha-;  district is in a state of stagnation  andean make no further progress until a  railroad   is   built   into   it   to   provide  cheaper   transportation    for  the  ore -  from its  mines.    'The citizens of tbe. ,  district realize   this  anel  are  exerting  every effort to bring into prominence .  the desperate conelition eif affairs..  ___The__=cocres poiident-is-in farmed���������by���������-  men operating in the district, and.who -  know   tlie   extent  of   its   great    ore --  bodies,   that   cle-pite   the   fact-   that  thousands   of   tons   of   ore   could   be.-  fiken out   and   shipped���������anel  11 inch of"*"  it of very high gi-.ide���������the district cannot aeivancu^ar.either-step  until  it   is..,  given a railroad.  " Capital slanels i-e.idy'to take hold'of **  any of the many developed   properties -  and employment eoulel be providecLfor..  hundreds of miner- where to-day only  developing     fortes      are    employed..  Mining   men    who    have    unlimited  means at I heir command have investigated the lodes e.f the country  and aro ���������  convinced of its gieat ivi-allli, but they,  will not invest their uioi.i-y  when, the-,  likelihood   nf  rail* ond   facilities, is  so,  remote.    And the big pieipt-rtie's  th'no'  are being   opened   up   nr.el   on  which,  work has been in prngicss  for several  years, must eventually close deiwn and'  operations   entirely  ce.ise   unless  the ---  district is opened up by r.iilioads.  Thc district is in a conelition similar ���������  to that of lhe Slorn-1 prior to lhe  builelir.g of the N-ikiisp it Slocan road  six years ago, rn'y it is further nil-  vain-eel and pnuiii-e'S greater- leturtis  to a railroad ������������������nterpri.se than this  section     tlid Indee'd,   some   nf   its  develope-d pi opei tfi". paitii ulaily the-  Tiue Fissmi'. Silver- Cup. Great Northern, Broaeiview and lhe B.11I Sheit. will  compele favorably with the be-l niines^.  the Slocan boasts eif Io-ebiy anel theie  are many others as promising that will  not be developed until there is some  assurance that a road will be built.  The Silver Cup h.-n an ore body three ���������  feet, in thickness with several hundred  tons of   e.ie   that   will   give   a   gross  i-"tur 11 of $14p to the ton  now  tin  the-  dump.    The  Bie-tuKiew   has gfX) tons  on the dump nnel the  Gieat Noilhern  200. The oul put from any one of the>c  properties would more than  equal the.,  total output nf all  the  Sloean   mine's  when the  Kaslo  &  Slocan   road   was,  built from Nakusp toSandonsix years,  ago.  AH these facts are being forced to  the  front  by the  prominent men  of'  the district "and  will  he  kept to the  front until transportation  by. rail .is-,  provided..  i       __* ( Revelstoke   Herald  Published in iatoresta o  R������.s*it������_.lce,  Lardran.  RltJ Bend, Trim! L: k���������;  ll!inllew;t������i, Alti_rt Cunyon, -lord.-m  I'm and Ku^le l*a������3 Diairie-ls.  A   JOHNSON Proprietor.  A. 8-uii-W.e*������l7 Journal rubliFlied In lhe  ������irr.'i>U nt Ro.e_.to_o and the ..urro-n. Ior  dl.trict, Wednesdays and s-atnrdn; s, milking  -loseat eyjr.Bejciion* with all tn-.lno.'  Adverti.dni{ P.tte.. : IliHp'ay ails. 31 ">0 per  ������.lainni.cl..?i.l,J Per inch wh>*.niii3i.rti.(loi.iiilo  nape- Le*al ������i������. 12c P r I'.or.paii'lli line for  Ural Insert!--*- ; Sc for e-v-li lulillti-.nr.linsertion.  Reading notices, 15c per line each iuue. Hi &u,  4>n-.>Ke and Death notice*, tree.  Bntecnplien Itaiea: Rj mill nr <arncr. il 00  j*r anncir. ; "Sl.to for ms iiuiitlii, strictly in  sCTance. ���������        ,, , ,  ��������� nr Jus Deporlnifnt: "111- H_n_i.n Jeili  -w*_nr_������> Is ono of tlio boil e-inlppod  ������ri������tin_ oM-aiiii W-i Koolniiiy, '.nit .i-< I1"-'-  pu-tillonX-Onle tli lili.tU of Plli'.tlnK in 111*:,!  cl_i>s tlji������ si _nn. si priced Ono pnco to nil.  .-���������lob to������la-s*-nOB. ������"0 small���������lor us. -M-.il  mien- prjmprly ..Headed to. Clive us n Inn.  en jour ne_ioid- r.  To C.UTU-pei.i.leata: Wc l,n correspond-  pact" on any .uliject of inur.st *o lho general  public, and d_=ire a rnli-ibl' rer-r.u.ir correspondent in every ljca'i suirouniuufj  Revelstoko. In all case" ei iho hor.s ilil-j i.an-  of the wrlteir mnttnco'ii; uny manual ripl, oul  *.ot nece.isA'-l y for i iiljlio.-ii.lo-.  Address all coiimiinicaiioiis  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Rcvclstoko, -8 . C  HOTICE TO CtfitfiESP-KCfcHlS  with the animals���������nil in one common  apartment."  Asleetl when thc Galicians woultl  learn French or English, the rev-  erenel gentleman said, "As to French,  never; English in 15 or 20 years. But  they herd together, they elo not un-  tlorstanel our ways or tongue; they  will not vote; anil the regular settlers of the Edmonton district not  only ilo not want any more of them  lint those who are already  should be sent away."  As for the Doukhobors, Father  Alorin said that too many were coming out at once. Two hundred or so  might halve been tried at lirst, but  to bring out several tliousantls ot'  them, quite destitute, was a rather  doubtful experiment.  As far as the Galicians are concerned The Herald has uo hesitation in  saying that if proper steps were Itik-  en.lhe first being the abolition of the  reserve system, our own North West  Indians could be made into tanners  anel citizens compared to whom the  Galicians are so much trash. In  five or ten yeais from now when respectable I'ritish and Ontario settleis  are vainly seeking for farming lands  in Northern Alberta those who are  responsible for throwing them away  on a horde of hopelessly immoral  and filthy Galicians will begin to see  the trouble they have brewed for the  future    administrators    and    inhabi-  l Ml con-e-por.ilrnce mas*, bo icgiljly I lants ol the North AVest.  written ik*. one sides of lhe papur only.  2. Correspondence      containing      personal I __ ���������   natter must be i-iencd with 11.= pr per imuio  " S "' orrespondence with reference to any  mine that has appeared In another parer  must r.rrt be offere* for publication to lhat  raper beforo it can appear in THE Hkiiai.d.  WEDNESDAY,   FEBRUARY   1,   _IS90.  LAYING  UP TROUBLE  FOR  THE  COUNTRY  From The Calgary Herald  The following dispassionate, unprejudiced and common sense remniKS  ot the Rev. Father Jlorin. who lias  done a m'jst successful rciiatriulion  work in Alberta, -are respectiuiiy  ce.mmunicaieel to the Public, the Minister of the Interior anil the J-'rea  Press:  "I am persuaded that it would cost  the government to bring in French  Canadians, Germans and Irish from  the Western States nothing like, what  it will cost in the case of the Doukhobors. for example, who are quite  destitute, and who will need to be assisted for the first year. I have submitted a plan to the government by  whicli I could secure hundreds oi  people I have mentioned - upon- conelition. simply that the government  would advance ihe "-'.-ice of railway  ���������transportation, vhie'^lf would be about  a hundred dollars in the case of each  family. This would be refunded m  one (rear, the government to take a  mortgage on the stock. For remember, that those people in the western  States, who can not sell their lands  sts they are heavily mortgaged, own  stock, and have besides, some money,  so'that each family would represent,  say. a thousand dollars. Now, would  it not seem better policy to foster such  a settlement, than to bring in foreigners who caunot be made Into citizens  for at least fifteen or twenty years".'  Tho French-Canadians. Germans tinel  Irish woulel be ready for citizenship  at once. Perhaps," said the reverend  gentleman, smiling, "as a census is io  tc taken in two years, the minister  is anxious for good round numbers,  rather than quality.  Some very rich specimens of ore  have been brought to Winnipeg from  the 1-lawko Lake mine.  Lapponi. tho pope':; physician says  lhat his holiness' constiluttoii is the  strongest over known. Ho predicts  that he will live to see the twentieth  century.  X. Mugger of RUlgciowii. ivlio ������*a.  injured while working* on thc Crow's  Nost I'ass railway by a collision botween a passenger train and a construction train, has issued n writ asking $10,000 damages from the Canadian   Paeillc railway.  Five marriages .were celebrated  iimollesl lhc Doukhobors on llie voyage round fi om llnlirax in the  usual way of simply shaking hands  tuitl kissing. This was done befoie  laniling. because otherwise the engaged i-oiiplcs would have been septa tiled  and  sent, lo tlilToreiit places.  A pointer for _lr. Aluluck. The  Kelmoiiton Bulletin vepoits that COO  letters and 250 pounds of newspapers  are lying sit the Edmonton post ollice  directed lo parties at Lesser Slave  lalte and Peace River points and no  arrangements exist Cor forwarding  them.  A party of surveyors led by V. II. li.  Dupont, C. IS., has just returned from  making a. preliminary exploration tor  a railway through Peace River pasf.  Another party. (Dibble's) is continuing the line from the mouth of tlie  Finlay. up tl'.e Om'nica io llio  Stikine.  Sharkey lhc pugilist, and bis sparring partner, Robert Armstrong,  were arraigned in the municipal court  of the city of Hoston and lined SH)  etic'n for participating in an cxluui-  tion which the polic:c iniiintaiiictl partook of the nature of a nrlzp halil.  cloth pugilists have been performing  nl the theatres this week.  King Oscar, of Sweden, hus abdicated the throne in favor o'f his sou.  the Crown  Prince Gustaf.      While  it  "the boeikseller is a pious man, and  now that we have pttiel for it, it  would he wasteful not to read it. The  story is good enough  to be true."  The numerous petitions and telegrams that have boon forwarded to  the postmaster general have had their  effect. Postmasters are being appointed along tbe Crow's Nest Pass  line and everything is being made  ready for the inauguration ol! a mail  tliere service. An announcement concerning it may be expected any time now.  A telegram from Vancouver says:  James Fisher, li!) years old, chief ot  the Fori Neville Indians, nurcliased  a 14 year old hall'-breed girl named  Minnie Ingalls from her father lor  $200 and gleefully told the Catholic  priest of his cheap bargain. Tlio  priest Informed the authorities and  the old chief was required to marry  his pretty chattel.  .lolm Daly, the Irish political prisoner who was'released irom Portland  prison in 1SUG, after having been sentenced to penal servitude for life for  complicity in an alleged plot to blowup tho Ilouse of Commons while In  session by throwing dynamite bombs  from the Strangers' gallery, has boon  ciecteel mayor of Limerick by unanimous vote, under the now Irish local  govern ment act.  Winnipeg sets a gootl example in  iiie matter of collecting dog licenses.  Tho elog population of Winnipeg  numbers in the vicinity of 15,01)1); ot  these 1230 have been licenced, and  the balance are either stiay dogs or  belong to those people who have failed to comply with the bylaw requiring them to license the animals. The  poimdkeepei" is continually after unlicensed dogs. ruTe"' he catches and  kills on the' average threo .per day,  mostly of the mongrel breed. lie  intends 1o prosecute eveiy owner of  a dog in the city who has fall art to  take  out  a   license.  Nelson Aliner: A Nelson young  man is mourning the loss of $4.00 am!  is vowing: to himself that hereafter  vi hen he wants to make a purcliaso  he will p__.troni.~c one of the homo  stores instead of sending to Toronto.  He was *n need of some photographic  supplle.-, anil linding that there was  onc article in iho lot which could not  N; pun based in .Nelson he decided t?,  nuil.c liv.* ei.lire purchase in Toronto.  Accordingly he lorwariled his order,  amounting-in all to $0.00 and in tluo  course of Lime came the package, but  wilh $-1.00 express charges. If he hail  purchiisoel in Nelson what' ho eoulel  have seemed hero and had sent oast  for .only that article not found in a  Kelson store he would * have been  ahead something over ~.:'.00 His  littlo experience will bo a lesson not  only to himself but to others who are  in (.lie habit of patronizing other than  Ir.iuo industries. '  J  eon  smmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmre  THE MOLSONS BANK   1  Inchkpouatkd iiy Act eir P .iiu .ment, 18d5. 21  s_  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  ^5  3  fc PAID UP CAPITAL      -                                         $2,000,000                     -������  &Z HEST FUND          ....          -      $1,600,000                     3  KT UIHKCTOHK:   W.M. Moi.son ~Mai1'UK1isox. Trrslileiil;  S.  II. Kwish, Vk'u-I'rcsldoiit-,  ���������__ \V. Jl. Kamsay, SAUL-HI. I'i-"'.'.!". IIi'miy Auciiiiiai.ii, J. __Ci.i~giii.i_-,  S^__ II. TiIaiiki.a..i> Moi.su;;.  fc: F. WeiKi-inrriis Thomas, Genernl Manager.  fc     A general blinking business transuded.     Interest allowed nl current  fc '���������'lt"������s- .1. D. MOLSON, _^  aZ *"t..NAc:i:i_, Ilr.via.ui'uKi:, li.C.     |38  a.iiiiUii-ii.-���������iii.i...A_.uii^^iu^Uii^u^^iiaia^i(Maiiauiii^  ;  *//V   Well Known for Their '  %  4T       Health Giving Properties.  N^__  Both Hotels Opst] for the Winter  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Koolenay and JUinlo Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with the .Steamers  and Uie Springs.  (Jood. Accommodation both   at   the   Springs   and at  tho Landing. ���������   '���������  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.     ' Kates  S 1.25 per day. .:       *    ' i ���������',  THE MNLN<3  EXCHJLNGE  FRONT .STREET, REVELBTOKE  Best $1.00 ti titty house in town.  Tlio bur is supplied willi the liest brunels u" Wines,  Liquor,   iinel   Cigars.  SUG LUJ'ID'Proprietor  F. JVteCJIRTY  .Wholesale and Retail .Dealer in. .���������....-.._..  "    PFUME BEEF, PORK*  ��������� .MUTTCXM J.J_D S.H13SJ1SE  .Irish   anti   Game   in    Season.        Market.--   at   'Koveh'.tokc,  .Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Tront Lake City, and Ferguson.  THE COLONEL   AND   THK   ilAJUlt  On a recent Atlantic steamer, there  were a. largo number of generals,  ejiiloiiels anel majors amongst the passengers. The purser, therefore, at  thc outset of the \ eiyage, arranged the  state rooms in accordance with the  various ranks which he found indicated in tho passenger list. The ship  was so crowded that he had to put  two iu a berth, .and amongst cithers  a certain Colonel -lenkins and a Major  Humphreys weie thus paired off.  rho  Colonel   remained   in   the  carci  ��������� oom till very late un the lirst night  is gcncrallv repotted that the abdi- J<-������t. and when he went to his cabin  cation  is only temporary,  those who jh._" was   .horrilleel    to .Inul    a  woman  i V i.'    :    !U2 Pi  Proprietor.  Columbia House-  =L"3*_5_y  Tlio   lorgt'st liolpl   in   lown. Cuiitially     located  . ' Ulioiui"    VViue*,   ] .kjuors   and" Cigars   *  ��������� ~* -���������   P-v.af    accommodation. Rati-s '. S?l -    ~ .l-    day  Brown & Pool. Proprietors      -:  REVELSTOKE ,      . ���������       .  are  in  a  position  to  know of    what i asleep.  thoy speak declare that he will never       He  rubral   on   deck,   protesting  return to the throne. ��������� } .ii"_-~it!y lei th_   ijtrrscr.  The  latter    ���������.-.-plied: "Ve",'.!     1:  m-  The  mother superior  of  n convent,       , .. ,      ,      ,,    ..      in a little Irish town bought at the!���������'--12 y "^ake, Colonel. l-.r-res m~,  local bookstore a volume which, be- | ������������������;-'- ! roonn-d you with a Maj.i  ing     somewhat      shortsighted,      she; huniyiiri'y--.  '"Hut   I   ie.-ii  yoi:  there  is  a  v;o:v.jsi  tbe   North   West  who  is   sympathetic I ;uui   f0I-  the   edification  of  hor   e-oin-   there:"'  r.-p',i<__.|  ')��������������������������� irate e.6!onul.  towards  them.      They are,  from  the j tminitv it was read,  aloud    at    meal !    So t'n'':>' ',n!l "**������nt to the- <ahin anel  point of view of civilization. 30 times : times."  The  novices   were  thrilled   at  Vnen-kr-el.      A fe-minme voice    rcpli'.-a:  lower than  the Indians.      They  have ; the  freedom   with  which   lovcmaking   "Wi-.g".*. ihere?"  S HudQnn7Q  Raw Ilfss  "As  for  thc  Galicians.  T  have  not  met a single person  in  the  whole  oi j thought was written by Canon Doyl'*  e-oin  <r3  ^(miorporal.d 1570)  <%  not the least idea  of sanitation.  m | was  alluded   to.  "Well,   well"   said  "Madam,    yon      are   in  the    wrens  l!_ii___Le"iii"__a_ica_.'"ol:ri-'.'-_f i'll) -U"  !),lr-e"<*'"*  for    a    miracle "of      ^Olt. uo,  f ritiTri".  nui,*'"  i c:-jtiivii-s������&  -thc-ir���������persona!���������habits���������a ml-, a cts.���������fhey-^n.e._i_Gihe!*-.-sui!_!__'_-  rcsemble   animals,   and 'even   in   the j is preparing us  streets of Edmonton, when they como I grace.      The   frivolous   fliit,   by   the tlaely.  to market, men,  women and  children I mercy   of   Heaven.uo   elouhi   r-���������-* -,   by i    "lint this l*e*"h l^ r<*t'rvr.l Tor '.->!-  -k*ou1u.   if   unchecked.' turn   the   placo ! taking the veil.*"   Presently, i.'.v.-nver.   "r.el >nki5i������ ar.d Major Hnmpbriy.-:",  into  a  common    sewer.        In    many | someone lookcel al the title ; ���������   '���������. and   e-jcplained tr.'*; purs-*;r.  cases   they   have   been   content   with j discovered   that   the   word    ��������� "nan" ���������    Then  th-*  silvery  w.e-i-  r.p'.ie!:   "l  biiildins     themselves    boles     in     Uie j nntl not "Canon" stood prir.l   I thrre.   r.m  Mnjr.r   Humphrey.--���������of  th  jrround. where   the    family    consorts |'--Weil,"   said   the     mother    superior,   tion Army:'*  .. u.-  ReadyvMade Clothing,  .6  Sr.iva-  ! *=Sj  :6s:  j ^SJ  i ' *!*���������. 4&,*9������r VSr- ������_������  I MUSIC  . s& .&* . *v& .,is> . /=" .'-C3-. #3"~ .mi. ,*& .p& . gar .naf ./& .jsr-. ^c . m*^  , fiat" *<&&- <&_- JZtr- <____!!' _________  <^&r-CSs* 'T&Ar Cfiir- ���������.>&.' ?__->-   _X>- IHj^ ><_���������' r*=^ *-.  ��������� Nfc. ��������� VBv ��������� ***. ��������� *Cs. * "*JI6. ��������� H_������ ��������� V-i    >!������, ���������  ������v ��������� *������. ��������� *=, ��������� "S3K ��������� 1-^ ��������� *������ , ��������� "*"*v ' '"V'Vi .  1 ���������**  t3lf\  3 A\J  ^ a  _}/  mil  _4/  Hon- would you "like to j.l.ty the .Mi .eivrc.' Tio-..! U Tr. v-tteuc em ymir piano  with the execution of Riibeti"t_ci"~, aiul (note thi_ pm tii nl.-ulyi n-'.lh ln'xt ������������������fii'i.ixiim:  or take the Introduetion tu fyilit-ngrin: Lis-zf"- Hh tp-o-lie. 7Io:ipi-ol-f. No. 12 ru'  the Ititei-iiiP*:-/.* from C.tviilleriii Ilii-stic.iiui. ar.el piny r;!ch ed* tlu-e wilh lliu  feeling e>f Paelerew-ki ': If ynn prei'i'i' ei-itu'e: niti-"!'.', e.i- ^ i'tii! ni-i'-li-. .-r i j i -11* ��������������� - i j e -  en- even -i "HOT TIM It IS THK OLD TO I.-'-V," y-ui c-.n h-iv.> ir. Ami yi.u  L-an tin :i!l thi*- youi'-elf by mi.*;ir.. ill" tl.e; gre~itf-"t i;iv"iieio:i eii' tiie e'> nlni v  9%\  ii\  %  hi.  * $ i  JA-\  ii,  Kt*  _������/  Ti li AKGliLUS ORCHESTRA).    ...  The be.'i'.it y nl" l.'ii^ in-lrumenf i-> llint it -imply tlue;'  yeiti pivu ex|irej.������.-iou to iiie; mn-ie: iiceortliiit; to ytim- f-.i-tt*.  THF, SYMPHJSY  tioi:. ruiei   jT(3\  "VS  l-'or one -week we, will hold a special clearance j||  ?alc of Boys' and Glen's lteatlv i\Iade, Clothing,^  giving 20 per cent oil'. '       ^  Ueady imuio clothing as manufactured by the ^j  h.:~t liouyes���������those'' avIio nianulacture'for thc^  Ifjnlson's Bay Con:j)any--caii hardly be tlistin-^  gisi>hed {'rom' Tailor made i'or e|tiality, fit aud g  dnridiiliry. And it, i.s solel at aboutone-i bird the ^  pri'-e- - - fe  Wo musl. clear out a  considera.ble  part  of our 5^  liii'L'f- stock- hence this great sale,   whicli will l.'isLg  for one week, commencing Tan. :30th.      - fc?  ��������� ������ ^  o-o-o-o-f.}, Si  IlcmPiiiijcr ;hc special sale of 25 per cent oil" on ^  feJ.M.ixn.cs v.Mi-Ia! kkts this weoK  ..73  ?  ! fe  he Hudson's Bay Company,  \i>  ��������� \ *  VI/  iti  \l>  iti  iti  I--nn oi-f,'!\n which c.-iii bo idnyod in lho "-fimii w.i~ . .'ir.tl tliei t~i:iu wiie*. i*-"  fond eif UMisie: but who e.-nniiot play a nnto on the e-.s p~an cr pin ik-, cun iiy  menus of the1-'" two insttui������(;iit-i  Flay Anythinr; J?*roin Orator3outo Comic Songs  XVn arc tlm .���������-till' iiirynl-. I'tir thfiu ii!Hli*iim-ii'-! bnt wc ul-o i-nrryu Imi;,*  block of tin; celebrate ei GICIUIAll!) UKINTZM.1 .V I'I AXOS. K LEIIKH, <0  SON PIAXOS. mul piano- by --ejvf'i-al othc." wed lkiinwn   ninki-"] -*.  ORGA A'.S'e-.l' nil kinel-*. !5'*;*.*---e In-'tfuineiit-', livn.i'i". (biitn.i-.s .-inel Mfir.elohnu  iiicliulinK tlie famou-i \V;i<-!",biirr. liistriiusunts. Auteih.-u-ps-. flr.-iineiplione;--" ;-,iitl  rteordr--, Gi'iiiihopiirmcs ;inel recm iii, Violins .V-corefffiii."', i'i i'fi c-"-. cvi:t ytliin;;  from n L'i.Hiiei t.������ n Jcwnhttrp.    Si-:>K folios iihett ir.ti.-.ie-. Kic. lite.  I������*  WHITE TO US  AT ONCE.  T'&\  i$\  >m  CAIiCARY.  f/B~'WlStf'Q,t  Bevelstoke���������-������  City Dirsclory  for  The Alberta Musk Co. ^  TEMPEST & SMITH,  Cal  ^_yAg''^'^'^'^'^'gl -tgL'.eZ'.���������������������:&.:  0B -BT-\_T*^T������^k*^*'KT'^^ ��������� >������v��������� *������������������������ ^*.��������� **.���������  gary,    Alberto,  m  11897-00,  C._    1  iO  Nov/ in Coui'C of Prcpa'alion  It will !,.;���������������  tine-., me.ntli-. I-. .  .|.i|l|i        P. I;. I  ,il-.i':_.   lt .'.-il! I..'  EijTKcr, fJettnr, are) Kipht Up to-Date  ii ilh iii.ilii. i if :   ti',\ i-eilitie-il, :iim .ill i .intijIiM.';  !,*, . el-.'..,... '.     i. ^ ...1*.-. ".    in. ...I. li .1.1-..   b'l*ill. ^>.  li    M   -���������:    i,l   r..e',,!|i*.    '.. rtl M11 f -. I    li'tr i;    .'\ ,-V   i J-..H il  ill l!..\. M-i! i-       ITli i-: flu rule.  Aitv.-rl i-*iiiir r-Ui'Se "ii iijiiilit'iiti'iii  R. P. P_TIIPIE5-,  P.ev.Uto^e  Rn Excellent  Sepmoh I���������.,,,.,  Oclivesri'd befori- the Oram;!'  Lodge. No. I0.*?.J", al. Kevi-lHloki'.  1? O.. in tin* Metlineli'-i. chinch  <>n Sm.ibiv niiirnirit; Neiv. fi.h,  IH)**, by Ilr v. S. .1. Tl.em.psnn,  in a lii'ully printed I.J-pa^e  pt'-inphi,;!.  'J'ticrc ne' riioi.' birel f.ects  niid V'llnililp iiifiiiinati'ii in  lliii little, bc.okl. t than ynn  e-.in init'-ninp until yru h;iv������*  read it. It's uoilli a el- lhu- ,if  it's worth a rent. ' '  Mailed to any address fi:r25c  RI P. PETTIPIECE, Revelstoke, B.C  "I  O* ^ Fl T W\ TA S -3 gklT r ������     -V'1,1"    .i,"nii.sl*..:.l.-.*vi*;h  U* SB __&������!$   1   r&fci   J_-i   S   ______    niToi-ils      B"nt-  Wines  Li'tf.oi'.-;     mul       wigars  l/.ii'gu h"'iit bed  rooms     Rates* ">1.(.0 a eltiv.     'Monthly rn it-.  ;"' "      ' ;  -    J, ALBERT STOXK, LVo|.ii.'..ir. ..  THE' ^lONEBn-JuIVEUY���������^^'  Feed ajiel Sale Stable ei'tUo I^srCcau .">n'd Trout Lalie Di^  S. ul. ilo.    and      I'.u-lj     Ilortes  ��������� jTlwnv.s I'm- hiie.  . -���������-" .   .'.-'        '  i'li-i^hling   an     'J'.-ainiiip;   a  Daily Hl.*ir;e, loaves Thomson's  Lauding every ir.rirnint; nt 7  o'clock-  '    fnr Trout Letke Oil.v.    Koi" ]ini'ticul;ii's write  --       " 'OHAIf* & 1IILLJ1AN, Tiiojisii7!,bT,.\.\-i-)1nh.  A  Tn .������p.(iiu-e o.ic of 'those' eli"-i!.ibh'. lots  OllliAr. in; tlie O. to, IC. Ste.iui Navi-  'K'ttion Cotiiiitiny's bito.  DddI;    wail,    till    flu-    liemsn   comes  our way. but BUY" NOW".   -  <-"������.  A^F^S^^^-g^su.  UH7\WC'ET  1MQUBLDB&3E.  Solo Aqenls.  CHOSCU DIRECTORY.  MKT1IODJST CHURCH ��������� Kovelslok ..  l'.-eei'iliiiiK Mcrvicc*. ut. 11 n.in. :������.m1 7:30  p.in. i'ih-h i.ini'limr nl. llii c.lnKfi of ij.p  morning i-i*rvi,:p. _-ahb.,rli nclinol mid illblej  Oltiia at -2::!i> ii.ni. V.'-'i-lely jirrvci- niceling  every Wi-iirrp-hj cv.- in.r ..t 7:30 p hi. The  piibiiiiuro >'eii'eli_illy inviteel.   Sonta fruc.  11KV. S. J. TIJOMl'SON. Tuiteir.  (-'IIT7R0H O!;' "SNRI.ANU-Sl.'.Petor'B  ^-t Revel loke! Uunr'of service: Kvcnlni;  prnyur .1 illy nt S o'eilen-lt Krlilaj-H nt 7:80.  Sunday-in .1 KontlvnlB: Holy Ceiiiiiiiuiilcin nt.  a in.. innri.Ini; lirayor i>l 11. Ptinilny -school  nnel Hlbl>* rilii������������ ut SSH, e-vor inj; pri.y. r nl 7:30.  Piidl. Suniliij1 in Ihu month Holy Ciiinmimion  at mon.li.ff n������;ri--ci������ii.  I'BANK A. FORI), Victir.  pitI~S������YTKitIAN CHUROH���������Kevelstoke*.  A Bei'vi.-u every Snuilay ttt II a.m. inl "::������  p.m. Hiiro CI.bh nt 2::il) p.m., to which  nil nro wMcniiui. l'rnycr mcethiK lit U p.m.  every WciliiCHday.  RF.V. T. MKNZUra, Pustor.  I "OMAN OATIIilLIU CHUROH ���������Itcvcl-  A^- Dtokis Til.isj llrot nnel third Sur.ilnya In  month ul lfl:"0 n "'���������  REV. FATHER THAYElt.  s  ' VIA'ATION ADM Y-JIcclin(.3 ever}- nlRht  *   in tlieir I'tt'l nn Front H'l'nrt  3Loy.-vl Orange  Lodcrc, No! 1G58.  l������'i'i_;ii!;n' ini'i'liiii.'.i nre lii'lil in tlie  ileliiri'llim-i Hull on lln.'lliii-il Kiiel:iy  nf e'liili month nt7.:in p.im. Visiting  lire'tln-..|i ciirilinlh' invited  W. (;. llli'iiov.'W.Sl.; I". I3. IVlli-  . S,....: Dr. T. ,U-iri>, Flu. Se-c ; Thos.  !|?lll'l'l*.  Court  Mt.   Begbic,  I.O.F..No.3'.Cx.  Jleie-tn in the Oelil-  fcllows' irnll on tt."  -���������nd iind 1th Frldnys ct  cnrii month. ViJitinie  hrelhrcn invited to  attend.  J   B. Scott. C. R.  J. 1.. Hmi'.h, lt S.  P^evolstoKe  Hospital  Mute-rutty Ilooin i.i connection.  V.-iccine    ke|it    on    hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  Wh4.t.,Dq,You.- ft  Waht_in'Shoes a  If ynn wa-l a ������r0d Mluo 8''Sl-oo como'  ���������  l>. .1 ���������iiklns.  .   I; y-ii want a K03d I'riupi'rton.'Sbrc como  10 II   Jt;> ItllH.  titioim und llnrniifm rupilr"! ni, llio ilioitiM.  nntinu. All Iin..., ol" woik ".upt It. bl^c-It  nt prn_.es tu sun a 1.  .,D JESNKINS   -  I'lrtt-St'T-jl. nio'liloi-U fiuno ilia Imiicrlnl  llni.li ot Caniidn,  Huveli-njl.o St.itlon. H, o.  The Vernon Soda  Water Works .';'"  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  MiinnfHCtn er if rtodii AVntrr. 3Inucr  -Mn, "nrfcuprillii nnd nil Boft Drinks.  A full Hiinpiir kept in Mock at Mc- '  Cnrty s  Cold Stointsa, where orders   can be left. aZO-uw-tf  L A: Jwi  . Contractor* and Buildep.  ���������   Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Ou  eed  Terms Oasis  *v  HEVELST^E  iliOH WORKS. I  Blac^ssulirliicR:. -Tobbintr  Pluinbine.   Pipo Fittins:  TiiumitkiG.;  Sheet Jrca Worls   , .  Stacliinery RePairod  Minir-jj* Work a SpeciaHy_=c=ca  ^OBT.OOSDCfT  Revelstoke   Station.  7 -I  \  "DEFEAT THE   MAINLANDERS,"  IS THE OPPOSITION SLOGAN  COURIER TO THE NORTH  Hon. James Ross Goes to Ottawa���������1 he  Doukhobors Arrive iu Montreal���������  Engineer Dismissed���������Assault Case  Dropped���������Toronto's Liberality  Vancouver, .Ituiunry 25.���������The Liberals hero aro out in torce working lor  three government Grit candidates wlio  aro runiiiiii. against the lately resigned opposition candidates, JMcWnllipi,  Turner and Hall. The first two aro  staunch Tories, and the opposition cry  is: "Defeat the Mninhmdcrs. Victoria  Forever!" The government magnates are quietly corralling every  nvailablo Grit in the city to support  them.  WILL  VISIT  OTTAWA  Ueglna,  January  25.���������James     Ross,  of the North West cabinet, will visit  Ottawa to discuss Territorial  matters  with  the Dominion government.  CONQUERING HEROES COME  Alontreal, January 25.���������The Doukhobors arrived here safely last night  but wero delayed en route by a slight  mishap to the train.  ENGINEER WANTED  Vancouver, January 25.���������Tbe city  council have decided to dismiss the  present city engineer, E. A. Wilmot.  Applications for the position will -���������"  advertised for.  ASSAULT CASE DROPPED  Victoria,    January    25.���������The    assault  case  against the Hon.  Joseph Martlm  has beeu dropped.  TECHNICAL SCHOOL  Toronto,   January   25.���������The   City  ol  Toronto.has voted $75,000 towards tho  support of a technical school."  ���������  IMPORTANT CONFERENCE  Oltawa, January 25���������A conference of  railroad and steamboat men is being  held in Ottawa.  MORTGAGE FORECLOSED  Toronto, January 25.���������The Sun Lite  Assuvanco Company have ~ foreclose*  the mortgage upon the plant of the  Cornwall Street Railway Company.  HUDSON'S BAY CO. ENTEKPKIBB  Ottawa. January 25.���������It is the purpose of the Hudson's Bay Company t������  start a' courier for the Mackenzie  river and intermediate points early'  next month.. Letters addressed care  of the Hudson's Bay Company will be  delivered to miners anel prospectors  in the Mackenzie river country.  MANILA   IN DANGER  Donna  Adelina     Patti,      the    ' Prima  Wedded  Today  -- Manila, ��������� January 25.���������A crisis is  inimiuent in the Philippines - and  Manila, is in ^danger. The Filipinos  have released all the civil and military prisoners.  ANTARCTIC   EXPEDITION  Berlin,  January  25.���������Germany  will  give financial aid to the Antarctic expedition. ;     "i-.-S'-PSSj  DESERTIONS   FROM   TT.   B.   WARSHIPS  San   Diego,     January     25.���������Thirty  sailors have deserted from the U. S.  warship,   Philadelphia,   anchored   off  this-port.  FATHER LE JACQUES DEAD  San Francisco, January 25.���������Father  Le Jacepies, pioneer Roman Catholic  missionary of the Pacific coast ito  dead.  "���������        SAMOAN   SITUATION  Berlin.  January  25.���������Emperor Wil-  _Jian__.bcll__'-_-_-.the._. _amonn__difllculty_  to be now  amicably settled.  ENGLAND  AND VENEZUELA  Paris. -January ,25.���������The  first meeting of the Anglo-Venezuelan arbitration  commissioners  wtis    held    hero  yesterelay.  TAWXEY MAY SUCCEED DINGLEY  Washington. January 23.���������It is con-  . -idcred probable that Ditigley's successor on the joint high commission  will ~ be Representative Tawney, of  Minnesota..      -        ,,  PRESERVATION OF FORESTS ..  Boston, January 25.���������The American  Newspaper , Publishers - Association  have se~nt a brief to the Anglo-American commission strongly urging their  Assistance iu the preservation of the  forests of the continent from Improvident destruction.  PATTI  WEDDED   TODAY  Cardiff. January 25.���������Madame Adelina Pntti was married.today to Baron  C'edarstrom.  NOT  TOO   LATE  YET  We ore glad to hear that it is not  too late yet to secure that beautiful  premium- picture, "The Thin Red  Line," given to all subscribers of that  groat paper. The Family Herald and  .Weekly Star. The,)publishers have decided to issue 20,000 more for those  who renew during January and February. This will be good news for  those who have not yet subscribed  to that great paper. From what we  hear the "Thin Reel Line" will be ten  times more valuable next season as  the publishers have in view plans  that will make this year's picture  very valuable. Our advice to oue ana  all Is to secure the "Thin Red Line  and await further 'developments. One  dollar pays an entire year's subscription lo the Fanillv Herald and Weekly Star and the picture ���������I'llIn ued  Line."   It is  marvellously  cheap.  GRE^T    BRITAIN,   JAPAN     AND  UNITED    STATES  CANi~0F DID  ON   CAROLINES  Queen Concerned over Ritualistic Movement���������Michiganders and the Lumber Tariff���������Patti on lier Honeymoon  Gen. Eagan's Trial in Progress  Madrid,   January   2(i.���������Groat   Britain, Japan and the United States have  been debarred  from bidding    on    the  Caroline islands to be sold by Spain.  RITUALISTIC   MOVEMENT  London. January 20.���������Queen Victoria is deeply concerned over ritualistic dissensions which have arisen  in the church iu England. Her majesty has communicate"! wilh the  Marquis of Salisbury her elesire that  before any legislation no attempted  by parliament, a thorough understanding may lie arrived at with the  bishops and thoso in power, so that  proper changes mil) be affected with  the least possible friction.  LUMBER  TARIFF  Washington. January 2C.���������A delegation of Michigan lumbermen are  urging HieUnited States membeis ot  the Anglo American commission to  compromise on the lumber question.  WHEAT  GOES  UP  Chicsgo, January 2C���������Wheat advanced over two cents heie yesterday. The bulls holel possession of  the  markets.  TI1I-I NIGHTINGALE MATES  Cardiff, January 26.���������The. nuptials  oi Adelina Patti and Baron Ceder-  glrom were brilliantly soluicnizcel nt  Kracon, Wales. yeslorr.day. The  honeymoon will bo spent in the' south  of France.  THAT  EM [J A LM ED  j'-SEEF  Washington. January 26.���������The trial '  by court mailial of,General P.I Egan,  commissary geneial of the subsls-  euce department, during the late war,  has commenced in Washington. There  is -much accumulative evidence in  favor of Geneial Miles' censures. .  DEBATE*ON U. S. EXPANSION-  Wash ington, January 20��������� A stirring debate on the policy of expansion-  took place yesterday in Congress  The anti-expansionists are in ths  minority numerically .although the  strongest debaters are on thoir side:  "CONDOR"  BERESFORD   RETURNS  Shanghai, January 2,6.���������Lorel Chas.  Beresford has. loft China for the U.S.  en route" to England, having completed his mission.  THE  AFTERMATH  Washington, January 2C.���������Serious  charges have been made against those  who transported, the Spanish troops  from Cuba to Spain.  THE RING  Bob 'Mtzsimmons, in an ti'toiview  in Toledo, said that if Sharkey oil  not accept his offer within two weeks  from date he woultl nol give him another opportunity, anil would Ignore  him In the "future. Fitz says that  If Sharkey fails lo como to time he  was willing to meet anybody In the  world, Jeffries preferred, because the  latter is the only heavyweight in the  world ho has not met anel defeated.  Thc second match between Dick  Btirgo and Bobby Dobbs in England  has fallen through. -After thc recent  battle, whicli Burgo lost, he entered-  suit against the stakeholder to recover his share of the stake. The  National Sporting club has refused to  allow Burge to box anybody at that  club until be withdraws the , suit.  Burge himself agreed to elo so. but  the-noxt-elay^he-cbiuiged-his-policyf  presumably under ' instructions from  Charlie Mitchell, who was backing  him.  Compaiing the oltl timers with the  present day lighters an English  writer says: "Mace in his prime  would have made" an exhibition of  many of our wonders.but Maco at his  best would not, I think, havo beaten  (with the gloves) gootl big 'uns like  Sullivan at say 21 or 23, or Peter  Jackson before popularity told on  that blae������k gentleman���������at least not  in a smnlll ring. What a Mace or a  Sayers woultl have done in a 21 root  ring with the knuckles and on heroes  of this date, one can scarcely guess."  IYI  FRENCH     CANADIANS    TO    RE  TURN FROM THE U. S.  ALIEN ACT CONDEMNED  Government to Carry Exhibits Free to  Paris Exposition���������Big Fire at Kingston���������Railroad Changes Hands���������  Dawscn Ful! of Fats.  Winnipeg. January 1'fi���������XV. J. While,  r.f tbe immigration department, who  has returned from his trip through  the States says that seventy thousand  French Canadians living there arc to  In* settled in the North West next  year.  ALIEN   ACT  CONDEMNED  Nelson. January 20 ���������Tho South  Kootenay board of trade at Nelson  hnve passed a resolution condemning  tlie Alien Exclusion Act as being detrimental to the interests of their elis-  trlc.l.  SUDDEN   DEATH  Winnipeg.   January    20".���������J.    llaslan  Green dropped dead in the C. P. It. depot here last evening.  GOOD  MOVE  Ottawa. January-26.���������The Dominion  government will carry exhibits to anel  from  the  Paris    Exposition    fres    of  charge.  BIG   FIRE" AT   KINGSTON  Kingston,  January  Uli.Tho  beautiful  Oeldfello'.vs  block  hero  was destroyed  l-y   fire    entailing    a    lass   of    over  sr*o,oon  PRICE OF BEEF RAISED  Montreal, January 26.���������As a result  r.f the decision reached by thc ilont-  rt-al butchers the price of meat, commencing from today,- bas been ael-  vanceel from ;one to two cents iisr  ptund according to quality.  RAILROAD CHANGES HANDS  Ottawa, January 26.���������The C. P. It-  line to Hull leased by thc Hull Aylmer  Electric railway has just been pur  cliased by the Hull Aylmer company.  The iirice paid to tho C.'P. It. for tho  lino was $100,000. Negotiations lor  the same which have been going on  for some timo -were concluded on  Monday. ,    ���������   ���������  ' WILL GIVE A RAG DANCE  Winnipeg.    January     26.���������Arrangs-.  nients are    under,   way    for    several  charitable institutions to suitably welcome the Doukhokors to this city.      '  ORDER .OF FORESTERS  Winnipeg.   January    2C���������The   high  court of tho Canadian Order of Fores-,  tors of Manitoba and the North West"  Territories   elected   tlieir   ollicers   last  night.      D. E.  McKinnon was elected  district high chief ranger.  - ROYAL ARCH MASONS  Quebec,    January    26.���������Tho     grand  chanter of-the  Royal     Arch   Masons  elected their officers last night.'  SHIPS  TO  BE  SOLD  Vancouver,     January     26.'���������Several  niercliant vessels will be sold hore by  the Admiralty Court.  PLUCKY   BOYS  Ottawa, January 26.���������Ttvo boys succeeded  in capturing a  desperate  burglar here last night.  RATS   RUN   DAWSON  Vancouver,  January   26.���������Returning  Klondykers  repoit  that  Dawson  City  i:-: over-run with rats.  SIGHT   RESTORED.  HAD TO CHOOSE  Father Staunton, tho well known  London ritualist, once entered Into  conversation, with n visitor to St. Allan's, Holborn. who attended the service for the first time.  Mr. Staunton asked him what hi?  thought of the service. The strange-  replied that he liked it all very well  except the Incense, to the uss of which  he strongly objected.  "I am very sorry for. you ' my  friend," said Mr. Staunton.  The other not unnaturally asked:  "Why?"      I'  t. 'Well, you sec, said Mr. Stanton,  "thers are only two stinks in the  next world���������incense and brimstone���������  and you'll have to choose between  them!"  Thore are still sumo people who are  ' not clear ns to when the next century  ���������will-begin. In Winnipeg and other  burgs tbey are holding controversies  jn tiie newspaper.! on Iho iiticstiun. il  only requires a minute's figuring to  decide it. The. twentieth century will  start on the first of January 1001. the  present century hnvlus still nearly  two years to run.  DISEASED CATTLE  Thn administration of the act respecting contagious diseases of domestic animals has been placed in  the hands or thc Mounted Police by  thc   department   of   agriculture.  Settlers having reason to fear the  existence of contagious disease in  any animal, should communicate at  once to the police officer commanding the district, who will have, the  case ex..mined anil reported on by the  police veterinary.  This does not mean that the government veterinary will treat the  animal, but that he will decide whether tho disease i.s contagious or not  and so give the farmer the opportunity to protect the rest of his herd if  there is contasion.  A Remarkable   Operation in the United  , Stales.  Minneapolis. January 23.���������A rz-  lfTaTlfal51e_surgical-operatioii_h"as"ta ken-  place here," resulting in the successful transplanting of the parts of a  living rabbit's- eye into the human  organ and the restoration of sight-ot  a blind person.  The-patient, a young woman, had  been blind in one eye for 15 yeais and  then in the other for six.  A number of physicians anel surgeons were invited tei witness the  operation. They were scaptlcil at  first, but were finally convinced ttiat  the operation was a signal succfss.  By means of a specially constructed  instrument the parts of the diseased  eye were removed, and the' corresponding piece of the rabbit's eye  transplanted. The lid was then carefully pulled down, and the; eye bound  to exclude all light. A week later  It was found that complete union had  been effected between the original and  the grafted  portions of the eye.  The result was so successful tbat  the second eye was operated on. A  weik must elapse befare it will be  known whether the patient can see  through this eye also.  BUSINESS HOUSES DESTROYED  BY FLAMES IN DELORAINE  WHEAT     GOES    UP  Manager of Farmer's Elevator Co Is  Charged With Stealing Grain���������Y.  M. C. A Convention���������Doukhobors  to be Welcomed.  Delorainc, Manitoba, .latiiini-y 27.���������  Another destructive fire has visited  this place. Leach's warehouse and  contents, and L. McDonald's residence  were consumed in the llames.  WHEAT STILL ItlSING  Montreal, January 27.���������Another advance of one and u half cents came  oft ui the chief grain centres yesterday. Seventy-four cents was paid at  Fort William for No. 1 bard.  WILL  DO A  STRETCH-  Brandon. January 27.���������George Dtis-  terville has been sentenced to a ter-rm  of five years in the penitentiary fcr  setting*  fire to  farm .slables.  RAILROAD MATTERS  Montreal, January 27.���������The minor  that the Grand Trunk railway aro  seeking connections. for ��������� a transcontinental  line,  is denied here.  OBTAINS   THE   INSUKANCI.    *  Toronto, January 27.���������John Eaton,  the well known merchant of Toronto,  has obtained judgment, for l-riS.uuu  against the United States insurance  companies.  HAD A HAND IN IT  Winnipeg. January 27.���������A second  Galician named Waszl Gitszczak, who  has beeu on trial'* in-connection with  lhe Stiu'.rtburn murder, confessed here  today. He admitted being guilty ot  assisting iu tbo murder of Bogcszotc  inid family.; He also implicated Ivaii"  Peslenszczak in the crime:  Y. M. C. A. '"  lirockvillo. Ontario, January- - 27.���������-  'I he twenty-ninth annual convention  of-llio Young Men's Chrisiain Association of Ontario and Quebec was  opened today with "an "attendance or  over 200 delegates. , - '-  - MUST BE KLEPTOMANIA  Brandon, January. 27.���������William Pon-  lic-thwaite. late manager of the Far-,  niers' Elevator Company, and a prominent Patron cf Industry, was tins  moi-ntns. committed for trial at tli?.  police court. The charge was one of  fraudulently committing to his own  use grain stored in-their elevator.  Revelstoke will Quintuple its  ���������   Present   Population  **    rtf) far"!  ot 200u.  linvt'lsLfikt:   lias   been    selected  by   llio  0.   I.'.   R.   as the l.fji'miiial point fur North  MPERI^L B/^NK  "���������OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve     ....   1,200,000  Directors:  II. S. Howland,  President  r.K.Mcmtt.Vice Pres.,(StCatharinee) *  William HaniMiy, Robert Jnrfray,  iliifrh Ryan,   T.  .Sutherland Stay ner  Elias Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager,  BranoboB  North Wet-, and British Columbia  Portage la        |V*ncouyei  Fran el on  Calgary  F. Imnntein  Prairie Winnipeg  Prince Albert JRevelstoke  Nelson, B, C.  i !".������__cx  I Fcrprns  Gait  | IneeTKOlI    j  J.'CooLcnav and Okanim-aii.  it must tio  The- jutlicioiirf   business man  will  invest in  III fill  SCION OF A ROYAL HOUSE SUCCUMBS TO WINE A N D WOM EN  FILIPINOS DECLARE WAR  The Canadian Pacific Railway has  at last announced its intention regarding the railway connection to bo  given Fort Steele, says the Fort Steele  Prospector. A branch line will  leave ths main line at a point near  thc Fort Steele Junction, following the  meandering of the Kootenay river to  Fort Steele. Thence by thc direct  route, to Windermere, making connection with the proposed route from  Arrow Lako to Windermer.  The total sales in stocks today surpassed all other recorded history of  the stock exchange, says a New York  telegram of the 23rd, amounting to  l.tii<.C12 shares. There was another  rush upward of prices on the stock  exchange this afternoon, following  the reaction. Up went the stock Iin.  again, and the babel in the stock exchange surpassed anything ever  heard even, in that temple of noise.  During the dealings 1100 brokers  swarmed, surged anil yelled like red-  men. Old timers failed to leincmher  such a din anei confusion upon the  floor and there was a desperate  scramble to get en the rapidly moving train, so as not to be left behind.  The market was generally up.  Mysterious Disappearance   cf an.Island  in the Pacific���������Stolen   Bank    Notes  Returned ��������� Wheat    Advances     in  Chicago���������Storms on the Atlantic  .Vienna, January 2(1.���������Another scion  of royalty has" succumbed to the fast  pace of continental gaiety. ,. Wine,  women and cards have caused ' the  ��������� mental and physical breakdown of  Prince Alfred, tho only son and heir  of thc Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha,  -gi-andson-of-Q~.icen-Victoria.-������������������-- - -  VERY FOOLISH  London. January 27.���������The %-l"J,UUU  stolen Paris bank notes which were  taken from .th-London branch have  been returned "voluntarily by the  thieves.  0        ANTARCTIC  EXPEDITION  ��������� Wellington, January . 27, ��������� The  steamer Southern Cross, sailed from  New Zealand to discover the south  pole.  IN MISSOURA'  St. Louis, Mo., January 27.���������A Missouri  teacher has been slabbed by a  pupil  while in  the act of    whipping  hiin.  BIG  CONTRACT    '  Manila. January 27.���������The Fiiipinoes  have  empowered   their  leader  lo   declare war on the United States.  STORMS AT SEA  Liverpool, January 27.���������There, have  been many ships of the minor class  wrecked     during    the,    past    week.  Though" few lives have been lost, tho  destruction lo shipping has been considerable.   ''  HURRICANES IN THE TROPICS  San  Francisco,  January  27.���������Terrible hurricanes are reported  from  the  South Seas.  HOPE THEY CATCH HIM  Sydney, January 26.��������� Two young  sisters and a brother were inhumanly murdered at a village in Queensland last night. The country is in  arms to discover the murderer.  OF INTEREST TO FARMERS    '  Callao,   Peru.   January   27.���������Intelligence has been received  here of the  disappearance of Metis   island iii the  Pacific ocean.  Revelstoke Real -'Ji!stated  v.liilc it can be got on lho gvoiiii'l floor.    '  Glance'Dpwa Hi List... ��������� -  $7C0 will b"iy txfv.t flu* im-i.if-!. U'*-: V 'ind S, b'nek 10, on  first street. 50  fc'yfc by 10" I'll'!*.    0|i|jt~-it'r ���������). J). Si!)i;'_il.iV iiishlKiu-t". I'jisy term--.  $������������������.">���������- c.*i-h will l.u j tivu ���������*,!('.��������� lots.-. :',() Ij*,- 100. jieaily  opposite Sampson's  ���������   boii-i-:   l'j.t--3,.!-.ni-I, J.it.fl. 11.'  ���������^"."iO wiii buy ���������"���������.ha '2.)Xl0r), n: >:t Un; Frii'.-.t til. i;cist Office.,     .  $3001) will buy ts, blind". 7.5x100 on Campbell Avenue.      -   -  $1000 wi!i buy n Inl. 23k 100 in the centre of. llio ".business-' part; oi' -Lie  '���������    ' tslig.ft A\ I'lHl".   '.      -    ������������������"- ���������- . -,  $700 will buv (we, I..L-, 0 and 7; blue I. !>, 50x1 CO opposite-C. B: Tin in c ifc  G'l '���������" Wi! IV l.i*,ll;f Oil (..Ullpbl-il Avt'llllf.       ... .      , !  "- * I  $97.*i will buy n huii-u tui'i l.i:!).-li,**fk-'l(5, em Ttiinl Sirer*!*.    Five   rooms  li'iLii roiui", ,'wirl ij.uitiy.     ij'woO el.iwn n ml billiinci   lo   pay   oulnt.  in  K) yu.'irs m S jWoij!.    ! ha U.i.i������ 50x100. "' {  $0'J0 will buv n erne stein!" hnii-jo ami hit 0," Block 4.5. ein Third St. ��������� The  L-*it.i-" ti corner, 50x100.'* -  "  * - ''*-*--!  S-'llao wi'l lijty.,'ii    iit'tise     iinei     lot. 1.  ��������� block-'11,   . e'eirrit'i- of      Jftiues"!  fim! ivotitI'll'*-v Si*. T!j" lu.'ii ������������������ ii wjli fini.-rht'il. M.jtli-i-ti ftniVKiu-  . ���������"iichh. * Li it. 72x 100.    j-> ������iut.il'ul -~iit~''.i.!*~!i.     Tci ni:.   $525  tlown,  b-.l-tiici_ in moiii biy pnyineiit -.      , -  $3 *i00 ivill buv ii i.l.ifk fi-'iiifcinir on l-'irst St*, iit'p.-ijitej the* Imp"! ia.1  Bulk. Si/".- K.0xI:"O";75. Ci.rneii" ������.Vnin;u.i_:lit. Avenue. _i:*il Kir^t  S**. The: U. I.3. K. "riiiiug nun ulijiij; oni! si'.iu. A splendid bu?i-  r.e*.-"-* location...   * - o ' *  $2000 wi!! b;iy a bn*sii:~>"-B block 50x100 f-'ii'ifinpc'nn First St., between  Ilia two bunks.    A line ���������site for :i business house.  South Edmonton.  ONTAKIO.  Niagara Falls    St. Ihomaa  Port Colborne   Toronto  Rat Portage      Welland  jSault St. Marie Woodstock  L;s ov. e 1   (St. Catharines   Hamilton 2  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings B.-inU Department���������Deposits  of   -"31    and    upwards    received    and  in'crest allow .'d.  IMii'iituriKt.- Provincial, Municipal  nud i-tiles- dubi'iilines purchased,  ��������� Dr.ifl* and letters of Credit���������Available at a.11 points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  Inriii, China, Japan. Australia, New  Zp������,lnnd. mc  Onlel   Purchased  Thlj_"Eanl_ Issues Special Receipts  which will be mmounted lop at any of  tho Hudson's hi.-iy Co's Posts ln the  Yuieoii anil northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Wanapei* Rovolstoke Brai.u__  rllllllio ���������:' ���������  <  ia. IL JL LlJLiL Sa \__t_-vi  V"-Y_  tl   ���������  rroperae  <r>  Grbgran eferOo. are hand  S3  some  A->-  Of  the   linest  WALL>i  Papers  Hil'.-". 1n.rr.uitv Mit*.i*.   Km-  l-pS'Vil Gilts, ami lK.nlera of  alt ik-sei iptiony.  Tin; <*!u,tpi>������i and W.< Mndcof  WALM'APKKS, In tlii'viiv.   '    _  Liberal  liisir^mi:-*  ������rivt������ii   on  ������!I cuOi orders.  1   -.leal  only    In    \\* A Lh  1* A V K li S   nnd ������olU*ii an  inspection of my stock.  :(LBiPFiey  _WcK,E.NZIE JIVE.  y.anaaian-.:'.  Pacific  ��������� .Railway  and Soo Line.  WORLDS PICTORIAL ROUTE  .-. EAST   ATs'D -WEST  FIRST GLASS AND  TOURIST SLEEPEKS  .; from.' '       '   -,  PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  Ciiiie;lcJE'LiU������i,-=.J^Good^Set.vic-~i^=  Feive.t Chi-inges.    Lowest Rates  Tickets   i-i>npel    through   and  Bft-iRase   chtckecl  to destination.  E. T. I-Ioolcy, the bankrupt speculator anel promoter, remains at his  home in Rislcy Hall. lie is as bright  anel confident as over. lie informed  an interviewer thai h-j woultl continue to live at the rate of .LJU.OO"! a  year and would pay '7,'J shillinxs on  thc pound. Hooley eleclares thtit he  welcome;.! a pulbie prosecution, l.clnS  thoroughly prepared to prove himself  spotless. His transactions, though,  will reveal many startling facts concerning the members of the peerage,  he having saved many cards up bis  sleeve.  mining propositions in the  : Bend, Lardeau and  Fish Greek camps of North  Kootenay. Full particulars obtained and furnished about mining* claims in  the District.  A big'b'nejk of Ctti'tios Creek Ciiii-niliilatml nfc ten cents.  Tliero. sh.iros  will bo up tei par yet.  /VL������m?\J to hoan  AVe .-ire agents tm* l!n; liiinit.'tblc Savings Lonn to, Building" A-*~o-  cialion. No mt"iube*r.-:lil|> fee. _ No ricOf-sity to take shares. No ti:ie.*s  tor non ~j:i> ment of monthly installments". Also for the Great West  Lil'o Lusurnnct" Co '__> Strnifrht Lonn Depurtruent. We can get you llie  money, if you can put" up the security.  #3  DAILY TRAINS.  Ki-et. *   -    ��������� West.  _.23k. .Ive-.-I.evelstoWe��������� Ive. 10.50k"  TO AND I-IIO.M   KOOTK.VAY I'OF.N'TS.  S. 15k.. 1 vn���������11-velstoke���������arr..10.05k  Fur    information,   time    cardt,  ll'.itp** tlliel t.ie'ke.ts npplv tei  T.  XV.  Bl.ADS'lIAW,  A Kent, Revelstoke.  ^\~.    F.    ANDiiitsox,   Travelling  IV-^eiiKt i* A.cent, Nelson.  Va. .1. Ctivi.K, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  JiTRE���������Wo ai'oncfrits for l liclinpetial, Scottish   l:Liion,   Queen, Caie-  eleini.ui, A i hi" .���������" ml (~iiniili.ii. - l!  LIKE���������linne'li.'il Lil'o  li'.'-ui ni.e-e* Co.  ACCIDENT���������Loiiel.'n Ae'cUlt'iit. mul   Cuiuar.le e.  PLATE CLASS���������Lloyei's.  QAA AM   P. A  HUUASM ������  8#  Address  >s :_ Revelstoke.  nee i   Taylor Block.  Code :   Moreing" ������& l^eill.  J. R, H,u!l  & Company  Butchers    nnel    Wholesale   an  Retail Dealers in Beef. Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All  orders in  onr  Hoe prom  filled .'   We Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CDT PRICES FOB SPOT CAS  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C,  ������&  tii For  LaGrippe...  SEE -.lie list of elegant  preparations  kept by lbeCanada Drug _V Book Co.  If you have it try some  of the preparations kept  by us. We have everything required to [cure It.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  LIMITED.  CHAS. K. MCDONALD. Manager.  Mckenzie avf... rkvki.stoke station.  LOCAL  AND _GENERAL   NEWS  ���������Try C. 11. Hittiie to Co. (eir pood  rri'iirnery nnel dairy butter.  ���������A .shipment, of choice groceries  just received ul L\ II. Hnmi* to Co.  Kev. Mr. Cn.gliton of I.emtlon. Ont.,  i-* in town iu tliu inl ("���������rests of the Upper  Ctiriiedn Bible* Society.  ���������C. U. Hiitui* &   Oo.   have   still   on  hand a few odel size"*   eif   ladies   shoes  -ut prices below cost.  --If yon wisti toei have oi ion c^fis try  -a case "from (_'. B. Iliune to Co. Five-  cuse lots .it extremely close prices.  K. F. Hobb-*, late* locomotive, foreman ut Donald, has been appointed  assistant muster mechanic lot- this  division.  ���������Cheese���������Maelaren's and Holland���������  the best on the market, usetl by till  lovers of excellent cheese���������at - C. Ii.  flume & Co.  A sample of eirc from the; Silver Cup  was'shown in tho Hkkai-I) on Satnr-  el.iv that assayed 18S0 ozs. of silver aiid  $20.20 in gold.  The Black Diamond .on the north  fork is showing up wonderfully well  and ore assaying as hitfh &20 ounces of  silver is being taken out.  ���������Now is the time to talk to I.. A.  Fretz about thut house you are- going  to build, he can givo. you practical  nnil reliable advice from large experience.  Guy Barber, the pioneer jeweller of  Itevelstoke*, opened up his lianilsoine  *tock eif jewellery, etc., in his new  f'liartcts on Mackenzie avenue on  Monthly.  Al. Graves, passenger locomotive  drivers between Itevelstoke and Kani-  1 oops, bus been laid oft his run for tlie  past month through illness, Mr.  Graves is now ou llie roast recuperating.  Capt. Geioeling of the .Salvation  Army held a farewell service in the  S ilv.ition barracks on Sunday night,  dipt'. Fisher will arrive in town to-  rnoi row to take her place in the corps  hore.  E. I'. Kerr, rlerk in the Supci'intcnd-  fiitu iiflict*. litis rolur.-ictl from a two  months' visit, with friends in Toronto,  iiccc.nip.iined by Mrs. Kerr, his mothor.  anel Miss Kerr, his sister, who will re-  tide*, here in  future.  R. .S. Wilson is> adding to the at tractions uf his tailoring emporium Inputting in gitiss door shelving in order  to keep his large and up-to-date stock  i>f cloth'.*".* in the bent possible conelition.    I.. A. Fretz is doing the work.  The tunnel is now in 142 feet on the  Net tie L nnd has struck snnu: excellent ore in the. ledge. The work of  driving through tbe ledge is now  'n-in*; proceeded with unci it is es>ti-  rnatcd that eight feet more will strike  the hanging wail.  E. A. Haggen. editor of the Golden  Em.it is untie'! stood has entered an  action ii.caitist the Gulden Miner for  criminal libel. This action will be  watched with interest us tin: Miner  nssiirvsi its readers that it has something more to say regarding Mr.  ll.iggen.  Detroit News: As means acciimu-  lale-d Mr. Walker began to advertise  in that judicious -.���������md perin.-mi'iit.  fashion characteristic of the British  'manufacturers of great .staples, which  does not seek so much Ui shock the  '���������i������ibiic"fci~-Ti-i];i}���������r������i���������for���������a���������week���������as���������to'  imtea-e from year to year a fixed impression rejj.insing the advertised  article. The i-e-putntion of his staple  grew slowly anel solidly all over the  firth.  We me informed that on the first of  , February or al an early date a now  schedule of rates for tourist car  accuiutnodaii'-n will i-orne into effect  on the C.P.R. Up to the prerent  . berths ou these cars' could only be  obtained between terminals or for  lung journey..-".    Under  the new regu-  A CRYING NEED  Winter after winter the same  elusive hope dangles before the eyes  of the I>ardean people, the hope that  railroad construction will commence  the very next season. The C.P.R. is  bound to build from Arrowhead. Jim  Hill will make a spring from the  south. The much desired road i.s sure  to come. But it never does. And  meanwhile the prospector lives on  hope tind one of the very finest districts in Kootenay is lying undeveloped lor want of transportation  facilities. At tlie same time there  cannot he the slightest doubt that a  railroad would prove the Lardeau to  be a second Slocan, which would now  be inexactly the same stage of arrested  development us the Lurdeiiii actually  is. had it. not been for that favorite  topic of our wonderful members  denunciation, the Nakusp to Slocan  railway.  There is hh a matter of fact a great  ih'al more inducement for railway  enterprise in thi'Liirileau district, than  there was iu the Shiran when the N.  to S. was constructed. There has been  more development clone, there is more  ore in sight, the permanence of the  lends is better proved. The Silver  Chip alone could ship at onco more ore  than was taking nut over the N. & S.  during the lirst winter of its existence;  and there are dozens of other properties that could either start shipping at  once or very soon would ue in a position to elo so, once the railroad was  built. But nothing of any consequence  will be or in fact, can ho done . with  them without railway facilities. The  cost, of transport for the lirst haul  from the mines to Arrow Lake is too  great. Owners will content, themselves  with doing development0 work sooner  than pay it. and in consequence two or  three men are found employed on  properties that might be giving work  to all the way from a dozen to sixty or  seventy and in most, cases only assessment, work is being done at all. And  this state of things will continue until  tho road is built. Meanwhile business  stagnate)* right in town here, whose'  natural trade territory tbe Lardeau  distinctly is. Mr. Kellie is busy lending  a silent vote to his gootl friend the  Attorney-General and help from the  present government is the la������t thing  wo need expect. All remembrance of  their pet theory of government construction of railways has vanished  with the elections. They are granting  charters to private railroad promoters  right and left- allele samce, wicked,  bad Mr. Turner. The only sign of  government ownership is the insertion  of a saving clause that members of  parliament are to be allowed to ride,  over these new lines free of charge  when they are built. If looks as if it  would be. ii long time before Kellie.  M.P.P., visits bis beloved constituents  in Ferguson and Trout. Lake City,  regardless of expense, under this new  clause.  A. S. Farewell will oppose J. Fred.  Hume at the bye-election in Nelson.  The. usual services for thc lirst Sunday of the month will be conducted  by Hev. II. Fiennes Clinton in St.  Peter's church next Sunday.  The C. P. R. shops are heing tnkon  down at Donald and the men employed  have been instructed to leave for Rovolstoke to take up their duties ag.in in  the new workshops erected here.  The members of No. 2 brigade aro.  making a big effort to have their ball  em the 10 th inst. a success. Thut the  Viitfp"ort~bf"tlie"~eiti~Mjns_\viirh"e~~~xten~le"d-  there is no doubt, and the sale of tickets will undoubtedly be very large.  It is a great, consolation tri Mr.  Ford's friends to know that a paper  has been found among his effects laying down the ceremonial, which he  wished to be observed for his burial,  anel that everything was done, cxictly  as he wished. The existence of this  paper was known, but it eoulel not be  found, until after the funeral.  Snowslides are  blocking  the   tiafflc  _><  The Leading Store  " Nil Muster, No Fuss, Just Business, That's All."  9f  For Three Days  Thursday, Friday, Saturday  Men's,  Boys'*  Youths',  Children's,  Ready to Wear  Clothins  AT A GREAT SACRIFICE  As We   Need  More Room For Spring Goods.  Sole Agents For Butterick Patterns.  JAMES GILL & CO.  TAYLOR BLOCK,  HcKENZIE  AVE.  ������$$  -_ & &?  Il I? 1  ���������������& d 4,  M ������* ������>  HI  Hi  HOLIDAY GOODS  Thousands of Articles Suitable for this  season of the year.  MENS' FURNISHINGS  A Great Assortment at the Post Office  Store.     Miners' Clothing Particulary.  BOOTS AND SHOES  To Fit Every Foot and Suit any Taste  at mostly any price you wish to pay.  MENS' GLOVES  The Biggest Assortment in town at all  prices. Good serviceable working mens'  gloves at so cents a pair.   Try a pair.  F. B. WELLS  Post Office Store.  fflMYMIINI������  Wanted  _ situation in  washing   the   floor,  hotel such as sweeping or  lighting   fires,-   cleaning  lumps  and   driving  anel  feeding  required.   Gkoiigk f: ~ '  horses  lack, Columbia House.  SEE  Found.  On the ruilwuy track just below Tapping's a  chain anil amber charm. Owner can have the  htiniu by proving property ond paying the  expenscs ol lhis advertisement. Apply HniiAi.D  in.,  olliec.  Feb. 1  The Title Good  The H. tl. Permanent Loan A Savings Co.. of  Vancouver, H.C.. wish to state that they are  now s.itlslli-'il Willi the Title nt the Smelter  Town.-.ite anil aro prepared to loan money on  the properly.  11 FAYETTE llCKER,  Agent.  I  will not  trueted bv M  0-1"!  be  ���������s.T  Notice.  responsible  11. Uunuc  for  T  a ti>  H.  debts con-  DUNN_.  To Let  Furnished" House, threo doors- west of  Imperial Bank*, Five Rooms, Kitchen, Tap and  and   Sink.   Woodshed,   etc.  Applv at Herald office. -       102-lf  For   next  week   "we   will   give   20 Per Cent,   off all Granite Iron  White Enamelled and Tin Goods.  We Will also Offer for Next Week Only, All Our   Eclipse   Hockey   Skates for  75 Cents per pair.  Don't Miss This Chance.    See Our New Art Souvenir Heating* Stoves at $27.50.  The Best in the Market.     Agent Gurney's Stoves.  Notice of Application  NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that application  will Ue niaile to tlio Legislative Assembly of  the Province ol British Columbia, at Its next  session for an Aet incorporating tbe British  Columbia Electrical Supply Company, Llmttoel.  Tho objects for which the Companv Is to be  established anil tho rights and powors kought  to be acquired are as follows:  1st.���������The acquisition ot water uud wator  power by reciinls of unrecorded water; or by  the purchase of water rci'orets or water privl-  ileges Ior and ihe application of such  water unit water power to all or anv of the  purposes and In the manner or 'methods  following:  (11) I'or rendering water and water power  available Ior use, application nml illsti-ibullop ,  Iiy creeling iluiiis, increasing iho lionet of water  in any existing body of water, or extending  the urea thereof; diverting the waters of any  stream, pond or hike Into nnv olher cliiiiinol  or I'lianni'li; laying or cri'i-iing nnv lino of  Iliune, pipe or wire; eoiistmi'llncunr raceway,  reservoirs, iiqui'ducl. weir wheol, building or  other erection or work which may ha rcqulrorl  In coiinei'tlon wlili lhu improvement and uso  of the snlil water nml water power; or by  altering, renewing, extending, Improving,  repair!!!;: or maintaining nny such work or  any par! thereof.  (hi The use of water or water power for  hydraulic mining purposes, for general Irrigation purposes within anv part of the Province nl lirilish Columbia; and (or milling,  manufacturing, industrial anil mechanical  purposes, other than tho generation ot  electricity.  (c) For producing anv form of poevcr anil  for producing nnel generating electricity for  the purpose of light, heat anei power.  t'l) For constructing, operating and maintaining eleetrie. works, power houses, generating plant nnd such other appliances anel  e'eiiivonlciiees ns nre uee'i-ssarv und propor for  the generating of electricity or electric power  or any other form of elevclopcil power, nnd for  transmitting the same to be used by the power  company or by persons or companies contracting with the power compnnv therefore as a  motive power for the operation of motors,  machinery, or electric lighting or other Works;  or to bo supplied by tho power company to  consumers for liculln..; or as a motive power  for propelling li-iinm-iiyspor for driving, hauling, lifting, pumping, lighting, crushing,  smelling, drilling nnel milling; or for any  other operations to wliich il mav be adaptor!;  or tei ho used or applied for or in connection  willi any other purposes for which electricity  or eleetrie power limy be applied or required.  (4) For placing, sinking, laying; fitting  maintaining nml repairing electric lines,  ucctiiiiulnltu _, storage b.-.ltorlcs.ulcotric cables, '  mains, wires, pipes, switches, connections,  branches, electric motors, ilvntimos, engines,  machine., or either apparatus or elevices; - cuts,  elrains, water courses, pipes, poles, buildings  and othor erections tind works; anel erecting  anil placing any electric line, cable, main,  wire, or otlicr eii  below grouu.l.  electric    apparatus  abovo   or  McCarty Block-  W. M. LAWRENCE.  wmmmmmm  m  m  *������  FOR _  Case Pipes," UBi!, Meerschaum Pipes,  Cigar and Cigarette' Cases, Amber and  Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette  Holders.  Scientific   Books   on   Mining  Leather Money Purses, Banjos, r,uitar������,  Violins, Mandolins, Autoharps aud  Vapor I'aths.     .--.'-  We  Don't  Want a Cent  y&  MAKER  AM)  r-1101'KI!   oi your money unless vou jro! value  recelveel for II. For tliat rensoii we  are alwnys glad to have you trv our  I~RI*.".l_i, ejakes and Confce-'lionnr'y.  A.   N.  Smith.  1  Strayed.  Straved into mv premises about Jan. Ist. one I  black ' niooley   cow.     OM'ner   Is reqne.-teJ to |  prove property, pay  c-yenscs and   take her  awav. !  11.1.. LOVEI'.ING,    '   ;  Second Slrect.    I  To Let  KOOM.- TO LET���������Apply to P.. T.irr:se-.  EDUCATIONAL  CARD  Pencil <ira������in<;. black nml rotored rrnvoiw,  oil p.inl vstt*r rulnr cn  caiiva-s. tiik, china.", cu1.  Two hour- weekly:   ?1 per month.  Enpili-h (evening i.lti>_.| G Injurs wooUlv, #3  pur rcomh. French. 2 hours \veekl\\ ^i per  -Tinnth.     l_Atin. a Imurs wuclcly, f 1 i������������r month.  PptfpiH.1 terms tu families.  Address: Miss SU-elc, McKenzie Avenue,  opposite Taylor Block. '->  m-  i  liiliims.-ti-cuiiiiiiodiitiuiicHiihcnlitniiicili1" tlu\ helkirks. lhc first occurred  for rti:vilislniici'.-it rales equivalent to | y<'Slordiiy innrniiijf erne mile enst of  hnlf tliu r.iU-s t-liaiw-d on the sleeping Olacii'i- nuel two othei s in the nfter-  <.,,.-._ iiiion, run* nt Illecillewaet unel  cue;  ut  A t������iirpr'."'C*  piirtv   of  triencl-   to  nutiilici" of Hfty Inifiei, anil  Kentlcuiu*-:  | At tho   timi*   eif  i**ii!i.*il upon Mis. B. Ci_rk������.*. in the  sit- j mnrniiiK's   No. 2  tin;;   ro'ini   i.f lhe  Ci.umbi.i house, on   ycstcrrUv's nt Illccilleu-cet.  Tuc.-ei.iy   i>vcniin~   of   List   u-i.i-k   anil I     w     ,,."        _ ,      ,  prcne-iiUei her v.-ilh ;i hiinds-oinc china | Mr- ^ hilc-FrasM-. who him  t-.'ii s'-rvici' .is u .".light tf'ki'ii of I'Stevui.  anil feu her irniny .-ids of kiiiclnci-s to  ihe lrivtids it.-M'iiiblt-l. who eipressi-el  thc ivi-h that .ill'- may lonji he spareel  to enjoy from the service pre_,cuted  her ihjii little old cup of tea. Afler  the presentation ti.iDciiif; was indulged  in hy the guests until after  uitdnighl.  Lieut.     Upper   of   thc     Hovel, toko  c:.-iinpaiiv of the Kejrite-r.av Hides  is  in i                     . ,   ,,   .     _       .     ,  receipt   of  t"OiTOspondt-iii-i:  from   Vic-!     A   niectniK  was   held   in  Tuppings  toria bUting that -11   rifles,   h.ivtn ts   eipera house, last  evening   for   tak-nif?  - ��������� .-.        .     1  ..���������s towards the   Foi-mn-  ! Roger's   Pass,   f'lrth'.-r   particulars   nf  the i which will he found in another column  goinj;   lo   press   this  was   hi.ill   heie  and  bought  an interest, in the linn of I.eu-tliwaite  to (Jo., the well-known caterers foi the  C.I'.K. camps lhrough the mountains,  has taken Iiii. While'*! place and will  lie. travelling up and ilown through  here- in future in his stead. Mr. White  is going iuto business in Vancouver,  lie will he much missed hy his many  friend;, here anil the. Gun Club will  lose an energetic member.  iTAiri.  TfirT/~\T\T i.  'HUTELr~y"ici"uRla-  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  J. V. PERKS. Prop. I  i  Hotel Accommo't&tlnn "-������-������t In the cily   j  for thc monM.v.  nrTER HEADS,  niRDS, ANIMALS, F.tc,  Preserved  and   Mounted  Kindly favor us with  a call, and we'll hati*fy.  Hest bar in Kevelstoke.  Free sample reeomi.  Free Bus at all trains. _ .   _  llourlv street car between hotel anel station  Heated-by hot air and electric light and bell  in every room.  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  REVELSTOKE  B.C-  ^^*333  is&s-j^bds  last  preliminary stops  tion of local loclpfc of the Souk of Knar  land Benefit. Society. The* Hev. II. F.  Clinton, district, deputy and organizt-r,  was present and took charge of the.  meetinir. Several new names were  added to tho li������l. and the business of  formation will he at once: undertaken  so that when t.he reverend gentleman  returns to Itevelstoke next week the  rile* ri"si-,-i:.i!u.il i.f J. l-.-ed Hume has ~od_;e will l)ecoiistittite~il  et i-mlilii'f. u_inic again in Nelson with }      '     ��������� ....  ' * _.-��������� a* * ..* ... ^f������tT7n..__L__r~.-������l**r.*Ij..**������'i������  and set" of equipments were shipped  on January 27lli for the use of the  ceuipany. Arrangements have been  uinile* tej sior-i- the arms in the board of  trade- room us a tetuporai-y armory.  The .uriv.il of the rifles will Rive a  ff'bh -tart In the company nf .vliich  th. <".fTn cr*- will no doubt take ridvan-  t-i<>- iii pull things together again.  pi eat I'lie-ruy. Hevcr.il possible candidates are meiiliotieel. anionp them  Irjing A. H. Farwell. his opponent in  Ju_t"election. The Nelson aliner says  tbat tl.e candidate, whoever he is, will  veiy likely rome out as a btrict  independent pledged neither to snp-  "eiiilii'.' Kt.v..-;tr.ue!it nor tin; opposition, but only to look after  ���������intett _.!*-  of   his   constituents   in  Mr. Bostock's ielea for a mint for the  province is too silly for serious consideration. Why we shoulel fjo back  from the decimal system of currency  tej the auliquate sterling system, and  why we should have a hrant-h mint  instead of a purely Canadian mini,  coining _:-uia.iian }<olel inte> good  |u. I Canadian dollars, is only that Canada  tl)C. lis regarded by the British  and by  nm  THE READY- MASES ARE COINC  AT R. S. WILSON'S  Come and see if we can At  you ; if we can't fit you with  a ready made, wc can make  you a suit that will lit in very u  short order, at a moderate  price, and the money "will be  earned and kept in town too.  PANTS FROM $1.00 UPWARDS  g������  Louisville  Restaurant .   'gj  opposite f:ourslnr's. &  '���������_  *._3  '&  *    Meals  se?;ved  .it .all hours, day  jg or night.  ���������ji  Antonl  BoSochci,  Proprietor.  m  ������?:&$2:**r&#:*tr&tt  Our Bread   Trade  v*'   ���������Is constantly increasing.   Th������_rc is  ��������� a gooel renvon for this, anel  If you  ���������.rive our bread a trial, you, too, will  "tiicoine a permanent ciiitorner.  ���������Fre-c llaily Delivery.  HcCAGUE BROS.,  FRONT STRKET.  DON'T  Hack and Cough  Your  Life Away  ep,~~  m  m  V5Z  m  m  Fallia Bros.' Creditors have instructed I  the trustee, to dispose of the entire stock  . T. Brewster ^  jck at onco.  ,*  p������  ^.$10 .Will Buy $15 Worth of Goods at This Store ������l  Siyli ,  V> -  ������i&  The  Stock  is   not  shopworn, hut   iirood fresh   soods. v?A  fei<       havinft' been bousht from wholesalers within the      S<  fvt,  t=>:J  past,ye.;ir.      Come   nnd see them ut onro  ���������i<?3  -    ANTHRACITE COAL.  Delivered   from car *   SS.00 per ton.  Delivered fi-uiu shed  -JS.00 per ton.  Now is the time  to get in yonr winter supply before lhe snow falls,   Ordi'i'  early.     Ce.sh must accompany the order.  ft-MoO-SKty:  Application for Timber.  Koilce Is herebv given that thirty days lrom  dati'^I intend aiiplvlng Hi tlie Chic! Commissioner of Lands ami Works for a license to eut  and carrv awav limber from tlie following  described liui'ls situated on Lardeau Creel: m  Trout Lake district. West Kootenay: i:om-  ln.'ueiiiit at a post on lhc bank of south fork of  Lardeau creek al the east enel of tho town of  Ferguson, near the four mile post on wiujon  road, thence running north III chains, thence  east SO chains, llicnce south 20 chains, thence  can SO chains, thence south -10 chains, more  or less to soulli fork creek, tlience west following creek to initial post; contain); CIO acres  more or less.  Also eommonclni' al lhis same post, runiiiiiK  south f.0 chains, thence enst 10 chains, tlience  norlh 1*0 chnlns more or less lo south fork  creek, thence west along creek to Initial post,  containliiK 210 acres more or les3.  Also cominencIiiKat a post on the Lardeau  wagon road on west bank ol Larelciiu creek  about three-eiutiriers of a inlle south of the  town of Ferguson, thence running west 20  chains, thenco norlh CO chains, I hence ims! 20  chains more or less to Lardeau creek, thence  south following creek to Initial post containing 120 acres more or less; in all 1000 acres.  Slimed,  DAVID FEKGL'SO*. .  Ferguson, IS.C, January 21,1800. 7-1S-81  Wl  35*-^;  pq^qps^-  N.-l.-.n Killing. M'hat hu is to do with representative as n colony, pure anel  "IMi's-tlons which do not affect the simple. Canada is a nation anil  iiiiu-r.f Uie universe (he Miner dues not branches lrom ihe olel country are  .-.<v. The -ile-i-v that Mr. Hume will j mily tu be .idmitte'd by the perimsHion  not >"*k i es-flcction is not credited.' nf the f'luntiy. not by the magnaiuni-  Ti������- itmircs. of his -ucLCis would seem I *���������">* .,lf *���������'*' t5i*i"'lh Kovi-iiimcnt.-.Silver-  tc he rather ���������.-Iim. i toni.m.  A Handsome Display  A very handsome rlisplay of Chinese  and Japanese curios anil fancy goods  is now being madi. al the Chinese  Store���������next lo post rifile-e. Front  Street���������by. WAH CHUNG. The  sl.oe.-k, wliich is entirely new, having  just arrived from the Orient via the  last Kmpi-cHs, consists of a great  variety of china, silk and bamboo  articles of quaint workmanship and  oriental beauty, which uiiisi beseem  to be appreciated. This display is  one that will prove eif paiticular  interest In the ladies of Itevelstoke  and affords a. treat which is usually  li.nl only by lcsielcnl _ of toast cities.  A UTri.K DAMP  A  MTTf.K COLD  A TATTliF. COUCH  A BIGGKR COUCH  A KORKU THROAT  IN THFOHRST  ON TIIK UJNOS  PNFU.MONIA  I'KVKBS  CONSUMPTION  Thk  WAY  TIIKY  A i.r.  UK'SI.V  CHECK   IT  NOW  iviTir..  Dr. Mackeiizie-s English  Cough Balsam  GEO. F. CURTIS  -Tin; uruooist,"  Suce'i'i-or to the McD. A. XV,<'.o���������  KrVKLSlf.'Ki: STATION,      - I'., r.  Notice of Assignment  Pursumt tei tho Creditors Trusts Deeds Act  anel amending Acts.  Notice Is hereby fflven tliat Isabella Johnston  of Arrowhead, II. II., Iieretofore carrylnje on  boidness as a rnerclii'.ni at Arrov.'hcael under  the name of ISA DYKKH. has bv deed elalcel  the Hlli elay e.f January, ibOli, assliencel all her  r^ersonal ..state, credlls anel effects which mav  beseiz'-d and goM uii'Ier execution, anil afl  her real estati: to i'.obert I.. Johnston of Arrow-  head, i:.C, f.v.hnl, in trust for the benefit of  lier crcelltors.  Tli'. salel elceel was exccnled by thc salel  loahellK Johnston on tlie Hth January, 1893.  ane! by l!ic- said Itobert L. Jolmstem on thclGtli  January, IWTfi.  All persons having claims against ihe said  faabe-Ila Johnston arc rceinireel on or before  the 11th day of February, I'i'iO, to send to the  trustee full particulars of the samc ilulv  verlllcel tneelh.r with tlie particulars of the  securitv (If any) held by them.  NOTI'IK IS HKKK1IV FfRTIIKIl GIVEK  that after the ������a!d 18tli dav of February, lf.0?,  thc trustee will procceel to distribute tiie  usse-ts amonjj those creditors whose claims  luiv-c been loelircel with him, and that ho will  not be responsible after said elate for the  asj-cts !���������'> ellstributeel, or any jiart thereof, to  any person or persons, firm or corporation of  whose debt or claim he shall not then have  received notice.  A incctiin; of the creditors of the said  Isabella Johnston will be held at the office of  Harvcv A McCarter. Molsons Bank Block,  Kcvclstokc, H.'~.. on Wednesday, February Ist.  lSH'J. at 2 o'clock In the afternoon.  Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, the 13th day of  Januarv, A.D., 1899.  GEO. S. McCAETER.        II  Holicitor for the above nain������d Trustee.  (f) Constriiclitif;, eniiippins. operatiiiR and  niaintaliiiiue eluctiic cablesoriillicr tramways  or street railways for the conveyance of passengers anel freight; cimslrueling, equipping,  opcraliupr.nil niaintainitig telegraph anel telephone syslenisiinet liut'S.  if;) 'lhc sii]iplyiii(,' ot compiossi'd air, elec-'  ti'icily, eli'e-ti'ic jiuwcr or any olher lonn of  develope.1 per.ver ro customer. ; for nny purposes for which comprosscel air, eleetrie' power  or any otlicr fnrni of elevoloped power may  be applied or required.  2ml.���������To supph-'alr for or in connection with  rcfrlKCi-ators, cold sloi-asc, ventilation,'ronllui; .  purji.ises nnel olher liko purposes; to utlll7.il  air in the manufacture of ice and ln about all  other purposes in whicli air, hot or cold, Is or  may be applied..    .    ���������_       .    _ _.  :lnl.���������Tn develop water peiwer; to convort  such water power inlo cotnprcsseel a!r; to  distribute such compressed nir th rough pipes,'  lines,and conduits; und lo apply such compressed sir tu the eli'lvinc. of percussion drills,"  hoists, engines and all kinds of machinery.  ���������till.���������To avail Ifelf of and have, hold, exer.-'  cise and enjoy all lhe rights, powers, privl-  iCKi's, ii'lvanliiRi'S. priorities anil Immunities In  and Iiy Parts IV and Viol lh.; "Water Clauses  Consolidation Act. 1M7," created, provided and  conferred, or which hereafter mav bv any  amendments thereto, bei-rculcil, provided and  conferred.  Slh.���������To avail itself of, nnel have, hold, oxer-' .  e'ise and enjoy all (hi: rights, pow'ers, privl-  legeis, advantage.'... priorities and immunities  created, provided and conferred Iu and bv the  " Coiupiiulcs' Clauses Aci. 1897," or any section  or sections thereof or which may hereafter, by  any amcuelincnt "thereto, be cro'atcd, provide!"  and conferred.  ('.ll*..���������To e'oustruel. maintain nnd operate  tnimwnvs, streec rnilivai-s am! telcphono  systems, within the ITovince. of Uritish  Columbia.  7th.���������To purchase, lease or exi'liniigc. hire or  otherwise acquire land, property," mill sites,  water rights, records ov oilier like .privileges  whicli may seem lo lhe Company conducive,to  Ils objects, directly or iudlrccllv. or canable'of  becoming dealt with iu conncciioii with tho  Company's objects, property or rights, including llie rights and- franchises 'ol 'oilier companies with powers of amalgamation.  Sth ���������And for anv or all of the- purposes  aforesaid the Company io enter upon and ex-  propriatc.huids for site", power houses, dams,  racewiiys/lliimes. pipe lines, electric or tele-  -phone pole lines, lies, rails, nud such other  works as mny be necessary; and to construct  anil maintain on ajl Inuds-so expropriated or,  otherwise iiiiiuireil by the Compnnv all works,  buildings, erection", iluincs. pipes, poles, wire1*,  appliances or conveiv.tuccs necevsarv or proper  or which may from time to time be required  by tlie Company.  Oth.���������Aud to open and break up tho soil and  Eaveiitenls  of   roads,   streets, hlghwavs   and  r������dRC3 for the purposes nfo esnld  llllh.���������And to dn all such other things as are  Incidental o>- conducive to the attainment of  the above objects nuel for all such powers  as  mnv be uccessaiv ln the premises. -  '  _I)attd at tlio t; Itvof Rossland this I2th day o!__  'Dciiciiilicr.'JSDS. " '  DALY <t HAMILTON'. ~  Eolleitoi b for Appllcauta.  sij.ioo-et  FAYETTE BUKER  Fire, Life, Accident, "Loaning- and  Investment Agent  $40,000 to Loan  On Revelstoke Real Estate  Property  ^LWj]JBMg[iBr^0iPi_i.-  DRAYING?  TEAMING  Si     Special Riff for Movinp Furniture  11   PETTIPIECE & VAN  gj l'KOPUICTOHS.  ^y,   Good Dry Hnrd "Woo'l For Sale   U%.  Hotel License  NOTICE IS HEREUY-GIVEN that.thlrtv  elays from date hereoi I intend to applv to the.  Stlnenclliiry Magistrate lor the Itevelstoke  Rk'.ing of M'est lCooienoy for permission to  sell liquors by retail at my hotel in llevelstoke,  ll. C.  llOKEIlT CAYLEY.  Dated at llevelstoke, Jan. l'th, 1S'."9.  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  ...ackcnzls Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  _E.f.ni(.p.rng.p...gi>L.ei3*t>_aj.....(li..CB.g.l.2sailll_.B111*  j Hotel .Ferguseii, \  | Ferguson, B-C*- |  I Bsst HeGommodatloi. in ths \  Mnieau Dlstilut.  I   Rates:   $'������.������������ Pei Dag.  Revelstoke Sash & Door  ���������������  ^m F2Ctory ^>  3  Manufacturers of and Dealers in  Sash. Doors, Turnings,Plinths, Corner  Block.*,   Moulding'-   of   all   kinds.  Fancy Gables and Verandah work,  Brackets of every description made  Lo order.    Storeanel oflice Fittings,  Window Frames, with Sash fitted  ii specialty.  All  the latest machinery.     Dry kiln on tlie  premises.    Call and pet prices before  going elsewhere.  SAWYER & MANNING.  J D: Ferguson.- Proprietor'5  SMGMtllllaflEiriKBinilllillSMCBIRmMlf IM-flCSt Ml-Mlt  " THE FASHION "  LIVERY   STABLE.  Douglas Street, Revelstoke.  First Class Ritrs and Good Driving and Saddle  Horses. Nothing but the best Kept In tha  Bam.  All kinds of Light Draying Work attended to"  promptly.  TELEPHONE IN CONNECTION.  Orders for Rigs by Telephone will receive  prompt attention.  FLEMING & FLEMING, Proprietor*.  ___���������___  ���������___

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