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 c  ~'.7  IMPERIAL BA.NK.  "���������OF CANADA  Hoad Office, Tonontp  PaidUn **���������"    '���������'-���������  -ISSTTETD  TWICE-A-WEBK - ^WEXi3iTESIDA.irS   A.3STX)   S^TTTI^XDJLYS-  Vol.  III.    No.   18  REVEJLSTOKE, B. C. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY  18, 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   pur disposal, . .  And in order to clear it out at once  To Make Room  For a Much  Larger  Stock  of  Gents'  Furnishings  and  Boots and Shoes  We. Will   Offer the   Entire Stock:  I   -���������-' At -:  Actual  Cost,  " There is positively no humbug about this offer: -* we  must have the room for our  Gents' Furnishings and  Boots and Shoes, which are now  on the way: THESE GOODS  . MUST GO AND OUR LOW  PRICES WILL SELL THEM.  Come and Examine the stock and  ���������^-Get-Our_Prices��������� -~-    .......    ...  The Great Departmental Store  BOURNE BROS.  fEBR6AR YGHEAP SAbE  Now is the best time to buy when reductions have reached their-lowest point and  when every effort is being made to give a grander finish to the February of 1809  than any ofibs predecessors. The special btirga.ns to be offered to-morrow will  make things lively all over the store; overy one of them priced with the sole  object oL turning them into money.  REMARKABLE SALE   OF BRESS*G0ODS  The Dress Goods chief has determined to make a clean sweep of all winter d**es3  stuffs and is using desperate means to accomplish his object in tne way of price  reducing. To-morrow hundreds of yard** of beautiful stylish and choice materials  go on snle at prices which for lowness has never before been equalled.  Dress Goods  At-Oc. a yard. Five pieces of dress material,  plain effects all exquisite goods that are  good value at "Wc. a vard. Thu Dig oil  Store's Sale l'riec  U U  \t 00c. a yard. Seventy-live yards Navy Blue  Serge, all wool, regular price 75e.; The cn  Big Store. Sale Price  0U  At One a vard���������Five pieces of Dress Material  compribing (aney Ilroclies, silk llnish mater-  ' ials anel otlicr. fashionable fabrics, all tills  ���������season'sstyles, regultir ?1.!W. -The Uignc  Store'H Salo Price... r.JjO  At Mr a yard���������-About .10 yards all wool Cream  Crepou,    regular    price   COc. -The I!ig  Store's Sale l'rice    Lace Curtain Sale  Nottingham   Lace Curtains,  full 3 yards  I.ong, gceiel patterns, Sale Price   Fine Lace Curtains'n pretty patterns (Tl | nn  New designs for spring.  Sale price CD ! .UU  Dainty Ijice Curtains in specially fine patterns  pretlv borders, regular value f'2, fit. I EC  Sale l'rice 0) 1.00  White Wear Sale  .  Ladies* Corhct Covers in Whito Cambric, V,  high and square rucks exquiMtelv trimmed,  rcirular value, ������!.'_$.. The Big titer? Salt* 7c  l'riro .- .'..'.  ...  r."....-'. r..Jo  ^!B.35  *.rt90  Ladies' Fine Cambric Chemises, circular neck.  Trimmed vvith Kmbroidcrv. Special "rti  Value .". <->  Ladies' Fine Cambric Drawers, umbrella style,  handsomelv trimmed in em- ZCfnlfcl "Sc  broidery, price ranging from OJ l������ s~ ~ ������^3  The Embroidery Sale  Mew Hand I.oom Cambric, embroidery edging,  open work pattern-. Usual price 8c. yj  The Rig Store's sale price *}���������  New Hand Loom Cambric Embroideries, about  flinches wide, splendid value at 30c. |Q  The Big Store's Sale l'rice .*.. I 0  New Hand Loom Cambric Embroiderv-,- about  10 inches wide, special value 10c, 'lhc fie  Big Store's Sale l'rice Z.Q  Ladies' Vests * "  If you don't know about the f reat bargains in  these goods offered here daily it will'pay to  do so at onee.  Ladies' Heavy Kibhed Winter Vests, extra  long,.button front, long sleeve, Ilibhon,  natural color, regular price$l,__.-������. The **yr_*  Dig Store-a Sale Price    10  Ladies'.Combinations, Scotch Wool, button  down Iiont, ankle length, long sleeves,  regular price W.25. The Big Slore's Oil   7C  Y.Saie P.-lc-..- ,...." ~������������ 1.1 U  Why we Are Doing It  Our Clothing Trice Reductions aro due to  change ol Urand, as after the lirst of March  we sell nothing but our own Urand. Free  alterations and 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  Knx Joy Cleaned CurrantslSc per lb.,  Selected California Three Crown Raisins 100.  Pure Extracted Honey Jars 35c.  California Dried Figs 12;ic." per lb.  Calilornia ntted Plums 15c. per lb.  Blue Ribbon Seeded Raisins 1.1c. per lb.  Keiller's Marmalade, Jars, 2.1c. and oOc.  Superfine Eagle Chocolate 40c. per lb.  McLaren's Imperial Cheese.  Crosse <": Blackwcll's assorted jami.  Crockeryware  Fifteen Chamber Setts, reg'ilar price (J;n p(l  ������>:' The 'iiig store's Mile /'lieu vDu.uU  To Clear out  Some Odd Lines  In Ladies' Fine Shoes, Slippers  and Overshoes, we are offering them  at prices below cost A Splendid  $5 Shoe at $3 is only a sample. .  Ladies'  Tam O' Shanters  A Complete stock of latest design  in these at large reductions. A $1  Tam goes now at 50 Cents.  The Above cut Prices, of Course, only  .apply to CASH purchases.  Revelstoke s Great  Hai������  & Crage  Nptaries Public,   ���������  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  Townsite  : MINING,      ~  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave'., UevclstoKe Sta.  Money to Loan.  W. "Thltc, Q. C. J. M. Scott, B.A.. LL.B.  F. L.Gwlllim.  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,, Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Hank of Canada.  Companv funds to lonn at 8 per cent.  Offices:   Molsons Hank Block.  First Street,   Revelstoke Station,  B. C.  (I  WE ARE AGENTS FOR  AND OTHER GOOD BRANDS  C. B. Hume & Co.  WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL  OBNBH AL MRROH ANTS  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office anil Resilience, two doors cast Cowan  Block.  TUMID SinKKT, CESTIir.  Night and Day Calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  DEER HEADS,  BIRDS, ANIMALS, Etc.,      ,,  Preserved and  Mounted  Cook Stove For Sale.  On.v in use "about six months.   Applv at the  II niui.b office. ���������    '1.1-15  House and Lot For Sale.  The house has dining room, two bedrooms,  hall and small kitchen. Water connections.  The lot is .KixlOU foot, corner lot, situate on  "1 bird Street in the best residential part of the  town, Easv terms of payment, Apply at the  Hekald office.   ' ���������       . ���������        - ,  ' To-Rent'  A good-sized furnished room (without board)  bathroom privileges, al $1 a month,   Central  location.   Apply at the Herald office.  -Dissolution-of_Eartnership_  Notice is hereby given that the partnership  hitherto existing between the undersigned  has been dissolved by mutual consent. The  teaming and- woodsellmg business vvill be  continued bv JohmPcttlplece, who will collect  all monies due and scitleoll accounts against  the late (lrm.  Wltncs: I .-      I JOHN PETTIPIECE.  J. C. M'Callum \ j F. VAN.  The Title Good  The B. C. Permanent Loan A Savings Co., of  Vancouver, B.C., wish to ftatc lhat they are  now satisfied with the Title o! the Smeller  Townsite and are prepared to loan money on  the property.  FAYETTE BUKER,  ,    Agent.  Our Bread  Trade  ���������Is constantly increasing.  Thore Is  ���������a good reason for this, and il you  ���������give our bread a trial, you, 100, will  ���������become a permanent customer.   .  ���������Free Dally Delivery.  HcCAGUE BROS.,  FRONT STREET.  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Th bd Street, Centre.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment of Fancy  Goods in town.  M. K. Lawson.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work aspccla'ty. Teams  always ready on shortest notice. Contracts for  jobbing taken. jH_"-Agent for the Standard  Oil Companv.  The Best Bread  . in-the City   ��������� Delivered every day.on shortest notice.  - Mail and- telegraph orders promptly  ��������� attended to. -1  DAKEIl ami  GROCER   A.  N.  Smith,  c-'ij3>  *  Hotel Victoria  sfe  '��������� "-UrVrPERKSrProp.*"-^���������  Hotel Accommodation Best in thc city  for the money.  Kindly favor us with,  a call,and we'llsatisfy.  Best bar in Kevelstoke.  Free sample rooms.  Free l.us at-all trains.  ,_  Hourly street car between hotel and station.  Heated by hot air and eleetrie light and bell  In every room. ,-,  REVELSTOKE  B.C  Pectoral Balsam  .WILL CUBE.  Coughs  Colds  Bronchitis  Influenza,   Cold in   the   Head,   Asthma  and all Throat and Lung Affections.  It will also be found  helpful,in  Kidney  and Urinary Diseases.  G, E, REID & CO.  SEE  C. J. AMAN  FOR  Case Pipes, Bllrt, Meerschaum Pipes,  Cigar and Cigarette Cii'.cs, Amber and  Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette  Holders.  Scientific   Books   on   Mining  Leather Money Purse*, Banjos, eiultars.  Violin;., Mandolins, Autoliarps ami  Vapor Baths.  A Handsome Display  A very handsome display of Chinese  nnel Japanese cinici.s unci fancy goods  is novv being ni.-ielu sit the* L'liine.si'  Store���������ni'xl. to post office, Fi-etnl  Street-by WAH CHUNG. Tlfe  stock, vvliie b is- enlirc-ly new, having  inst 111 rived from the Orient via the  lust. Empress, consists of a great  variety of china, silk and bamboo  ��������� articles of ipiuinb workmanship unci  oi-ie-iitiil heviuty, vvhii-li must, be seen  to lie appreciated. Thin display is  one that vvill prove; of particular  interest tei the Indies of Kevelstoke  and iitfords a treat which is usually  hud only hy residents of coast cities.  EDUCATIONAL CARD  Pencil drawing, black and colored crayons,  oil and water color on canvas, silk, china, etc.  Two hours weekly:   HI per month.  English (evening class) 6 hoars -weekly, 13  per month. French, i hours -weekly, J4 per  month.    Latin, 2 hours weekly, H per month,  Special terms to families.  Address: Mies Steele, McKenzie Avenue,  J eppemite TayJ01 Blcclr.  ENGINEERING TRIUMPH  Hydraulic Filling at Mountain Creek  by tbe C. P. R.  F, J. Diisclienay, (J.I3., supi't-inti'iiel-  ent of the Selkirk & Sliusvveip sections  of the Pncilli: division of the (MM"...  litis furnislii'd the Wi'stcrn World  with the follo\vini~: particulars nf the  hydraulic filliiifr of trestles:  Two large sti'iictf.ies were placed in  this manner nlonR  the Fviispi-  Rivet',  and the company is now completing 11  Urge   embankment  across   the   wiile  _  ravine of Mountain   Creek,   neai'   the  summit of the Selkirk vanRc. This  bridge has 11 total li'nurth of 1.071 feet,  and is laafei't in depth, and is fully  described in the "Treatise of Wooden  Trestle Brielges." by XV. C. Foster.  The cost of installation of this hydraulic plant has been very great. A flume  two miles long had to lie built along a  very broken side hill, steep and iocky,  and across the path nf many sniivv-  slieles. The stream of Mountain Creek  is rapid, and in this distance eif two  miles from the railway track it rises  over 380 feet. A dam was liuill across  mi as to diveit part of the? stream into  the flume ttt its head. The water is  thus brought down in this flume,  luiilt 4 feet wide and on a gradient of  20 feet per mile, so the: flow nf waler is  of uniform value and speed throughout. It empties into a reservoir, or  box, called penstock, which stands at  a height of ISO feet above tl.e railway  track. A line of steel pipes l-l inches  in diameter is connected with this  reservoir, and leads to the piesent pit  on the east side, a distance of 2,200  fuet._ Although the cost, nt building  the iliune*. laying the pressure pipe  line and all other installation CNpen-  ses amounted lo a very large sum, the  ultimate cost of the materia] retained  in the embankment vvill prove a great  saving to the -company .over other  methods. It is expected this will be* at  least50 per cent, and prob ihly' inure  with favorable circuii'.stanci'S.  ��������� Tliere are -ivvb* di:-:tii'*ct-:i"ij������ra!:;rtv;";  viz: 1st.���������Washing the bank down.  leading and delivering it by a series of  sluice boxes to where lhe filling is cto  be made. .,,'."  ��������� 2nd.-j-_Reliaining ' tuul j impounding  the in-.Ucrial after it is deposited.. In  hydraulic mines the flrst operation  ouly is done, since the tail.iiigs or  gravel after the. gold has been extracted are of no further use, Ihere-  feiie* are. deposited lo the nearest  dumping ground aud allowed tn go to  waste.  Thu pipe line terminates vv illi what,  is called a Monitor or Giant so constructed vvith ball joints that, the  large volume of water emerging under  great pressuie can be controlled and  directed with greatest ease. -There is  agate a short distance behind the  Giaiit-which acts as ii-valvy_aiul-i'lpses_  the water when neci'ssary. The pipe  and 111 on it or. men divect the jet nt  water at the foot of the bank of gravel'  soon iC'ravp-in of the bank lakes place,  and the waler, gravel ami buiildei'S all  run into the sluice boxes placed at the  lowest point of the working pit. The  sluice boxes, 113 inches wide; by 2 feet  high are built of planks with the  bottoms covered with old steel rails to  prevent the wear. When necessarj-  to have thc; line, of these sluices turn  any small or large angle the forward  length of sluice boxes have to be built  a few inches lower so as to prevent the  gravel blocking lhe sluice and fiuiuing  burs at lhe turning point. They are  01. 11 slei'p or 8 per cent, grade, running down to the point of unloading,  generally to the embankun-ul lo be  made'. Tims lhe gravel and all tilling  material is carried into the |'iio|iii.-i'(I  lllling. Now begins the ililliculty nf  controlling, holding this ni.il.ei ial in  its partly liquid stale from wasting  itself nil ovei the country Nut, only  is it necessary to control it, but it must  he hold within the limits nf the &l"pe,  usually li tei 1, or angle eif rest of an  earth embankment. This i.s dom; by  alternative rows of logs and brush  hand laid along the mil side face of the  tillingucach rowrecedir.gtho leciuiied  distance to form the, slope rcepiircd.  All the gravel, rocks, etc., are thus  held back and tho water only is allowed to fall over and run down the  embankment already built. The iill'ing  at Mountain Creek began in August.  1807 uud continued till October of the  same year, when the winter weather  stopped all possibility of work. It  was resumed again'last May anil vvill  in all probability be commenced this  fall. This was written on or aboui  Sept. 3.   The volume   of  water  used  I" may be reckoned as 800 miners' inches  under a pressure of 180 feet.  University Extension  Mr. It. E. Gosnell. the organizing  secretary for tin* University Association, spent Saturday, Sunday  and Monday in town .-mil met  with good success in forming a  rending centre in Itevelstoke. Most of  those who joined the association here  decided to take up the Universal history I'oin-Stt the method pursued in  which is typical of all. In return for  the fee of !j.:i.75 tho student receives  once a month for VI months what the  association culls asyllabus.but wliich to  the; popular understatiding is a number  of a magazine deeding not as magazines usually elo with a score of topics,  but vvith only one. Each issue is  beautifully illustrated and attractively  gotten up. The first number of the  Universal History course deals with  ancient Egypt,and Assyria, the next  with ancientPeisia and the nt*xt vvith  ancient Greece. Then follows ancient  Home; two numbers deal with the  Middle Ages, another with the six  teenth century and soon down tn our  own time. An extra number dealing  wilh Canadian history has been added  lo the course for Canada. In each of  these issues the special subject for  each months is treated so as to bring  out the conditions of existence at the  time among the people themselves,  and royal dynasties., politics, wars and  treaties nre only incielenls in the treatment and not I he; chief feature as is  usually thu case in books professing to  treat, of history. The othei- courses  include universal literature, political  economy, religion and theology, all of  which subjects are treated' in* a popular and practical form. The lectin"s  contained in the magazines are all by  competent authorities and are supplemented by ' readings from ' various  standard authors which intro'dirfe to  the student a wide range of literature,  and ppi'cive* practically .1 relet ence  library. Such is an outline _ of the  system and methods of the association  which the Hkiiald-has no hesitation  jo eivdevsing nnel recommending.* m  ��������� -Mr.--Aman, newsdealer, -..nil Mr.  Sullivan, principal ,of ihe ..public  school,'tire authorized to receive membership.  KELLIE'S SILLY  REPLY  .    - B. C. in l lie" East'  Mr. Lefevrt!.returned yesterday- from  the east. To a reporter he said that at  the present time in the cast~ there "was  a great demand for mining stocks and  interests. There is imt so'ninth talk  now about Atlin and the. Klondike  People in Toronto and Montreal and  chose other cities are looking loivards  the Boundary country iri" British  Columbia as the plni-e to invest in.  They look at il as an exreeiliogly good  mining district and a lot'or iiiouey is  being invested light along. Then  other III itish Columbia stocks' are  ���������mount ing-away���������up -in���������the--��������� castert'.-  inarkcb. War Eagle, fof instance, is  going up at the rale of seven be eight  points some davs and shares in., it are  soiling for over $3. Tliey saytheyaie  going up to So before they stop, wliich  would be on the basis of 11 value of  $7,000,000 feu- the mine;. That seems a  pretty good figure. Yes. a very great  interest is being taken in the mining  a flairs of this Province, and this vvill  be more evident right along. New  capital vvill come out here anel many  invi'stmenls made in the upper-'coin.-  try."���������Vancouver "World.  TO THE TROUT. LAKE PUBLIC  MEETING  SMART ALECK FROM WAY BACK  D  A Mixture of Bumpkin. Impertinence.  to the Trout Lake Electors and of  Impotent Rage Against Tom Taylor  ���������No Reason_ Given for Sibbald's  Dismissal Only a Lot of Silly Twaddle about Mr. Taylor.  ..    Victoiu."., B.C., Jan. IS, 1S0O.'  L. Clink, Esq.,    ...  Chairman Sibbald Indignation  ...   Committee.  Silt:   I.un in receipt of a  resolution,  passed at a so-called, public  meeting,  held at Trout Lake City  in  the  oflice  of  the Topic  on   Jan.   11th.    I have  information that only nhout a dozen  citizens attended.    I vvill be pleased to .  know if that is the. case and  if'so  by  what right  do   12   person*,   claim  to  represent the whole   of. .Trout-   Lake  district ? .   If  my   information  is not  correct I wish to be  set  right  in  this  matter.      I   wish   lo   cull   your   kind  iitlt-n.lion to the  oversight in not asking for a  parliamentary  investigation  into the unwarranted  action  of Tom  Taylor'in interfering  in   the lute  provincial election as a. hi! ter. partizan in  favor   of   the;   Turner candidate.     It ..  seems to me fair play is t a. jewel  and  if it is richl to investigate the. reasons =  why John D. Sibbald vvas dismissed, it .  is also right to  Irive.n parliamentary  investigation to know why  Tom Taylor was not discharged. * 1 am sure the .  largc-.representatu-ejjatliering  held in  the Topic office are fen- fair play.   It is  now* in  order to  express  views   in  a  resolution.    Trusting to have an early-'  assuraoce,! remain.   --    .. .'.   ;...,'"  Yours triily, "-  J.'M. Kellie. '-  HUME.iSJLECTtDs" {\  His Majority  Increaseel -by Two' Hun-  "dre'd Votes' --������������������' ''>������������������   -- '���������  -- Nelson. Feb. U���������lin'me had a walk  away in Nelson rifling.'/The--city of  Nelson'gives him a "majority, of 13G  voles. The vote 'was as ..follows:  Hume 371: Farwell 235., Returns frcVm  other points received up to "7 p.m.  indicate a majority for Hume of over  200.  THOMSONS LANDING .  A Budget of Interesting' Item from-the  Lardeau Liverpool -   -  ���������  TuoMSt'N's,Landing. Feb. 12.--Our  nsnal, heal thy little camp, eliel not  escape*  that. demon,   I.i   grippe,   this  Const. Mcltae returned from Ferguson on Monday niglit.  T. Beech, of Arrowhead, is in town  and will reside here for the present.  Geo. C. Marsh of Kaslo wi-nt west  on Nn. 1 last niglit. en route to Kaalo.  ��������� I). W. King, nf Kaslo. who i- laid up  at lhe hospital here is improving in  si ri'iigth daily aud will likely be our.  next. week.  .1. J. Foley, of the Lakeview hotel.  Airnwhenel. went through on No. 2  this morning on his way to Toronto  on a visit, to his parents.  Work on the Nettie L. near Ferguson, is being pushed with all vigor.  The Netlie L vvill be ready foi- the  new railway and will be among the  foremost shippers.  VV. C. Wells, the; meinlie'r-elect fnr  Hi-turning Officer Griffith.", is .1 wise  man. He evidently does not think it  good enough. He has nol even gone  to Victoria but is still at Palliser,  saying nothing but sawing vvood.  ��������� When ynu place an ad in the Herald you .-ire aeldi^ssing an audience  composed of nearly every resident in  North Kootenny. If you were to address them iu a public hall you wouldn't,  say: "Jei'nn .Smith, elealer in hay.  sausage, nails, dry goods, tinwaie,  silks, elc," would you? Then why nol  say in your ad exactly what you would  say to the public from a public platform if you were telling why they  should buy your wares. Advertising  is merely talking to t.he people, ana  tbe people in North Kootenay are best  I reached by the Hbhald.-  vvinter'ast here liave"heeii two cases.  A. Hillman vvas the first one to"'cni������e  down. liui". In; iva- now nearly recovered. Mrs. H. M. Needham has had a  very'seiv-ere attack which confined her  to her bed for more than a month, but  is novv rapidly recovering.''  Cr.-.ip/ .fe Hillman of the Landing  have .the contract for hauling Iff! tons  ,of Silver C'np and Sunshine ore from  Ferguson to the Landing for shipuient  in the spring. ' Tliey have two four-  horse teanison the road now. An ore  shed liiisbeen erected here. Mr. Ben-  nl'tt of iho Siiver Cup went tei Ferguson yeslerd.-iy.  Constable Mrllno nf Re'velstoki* gave  the Landing a' call on his wav in Troul  Like.'!   ���������  Wc have h.-ul some very cold weathfr  thiu winter,,tlie thermometer showing  at euVe time 12 below' zero. tii<������ coldest  it ha.-, been here for yeai-s. Ths Arm  is frozen over and teams are* crossing  from here to Arrowhead with perfect  safety."  Tli*'engine-rs arc expected here in  a jfew day.-, to survey for the new line  of railroad..across, the bluff between  here and Arrowhead while the ice is  good. .       .     .  Miss Liilie" Valentine of Revelstoko  has returned to stop with her sister,  Mrs. Craig. ,.  The~l_inding has been very quiet for  lhe past two mouths;   nothing doing.  Of Interest'tcJ the Ladies of Revelstoke  Miss Tjiv-ings'_.e"ine." of the Boston  School of Domestic Science, is in town  and will give instructions in scientific  cooking in thiwestern portion of tbe  McCarty block conimenciiig at 3 p.m.  to-day, * to-nmrrovv anel Friday. The  topic lhis afternoon will be the cookery of meats��������� In niled. roasted and  braised, jellied tongue, soups. Tomorrow afternoon the subject .will be  nastry making, rhhlcn cutlets, mayonnaise of chicken in aspic, etc. On  Fiiday afternoon -fruit salad, .char-  tieuse or pp.ae-h. almond nougat and  fondant cream candies!'- Full, eouise  ticket, ������1; single Iessoii,*C0.'ce'iit6' ~ itfV.'^'JWlSi'rfai.VK-iftSM-!'
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stinting oHlocs in Wcec Kootenay, nnd is pit"
pared to execute all kinds of printing In lli;;l
olasii style at honesi prices. One prico to uli.
Bolob too larao���none too sinall���forim. .vi.ul
order* promptly attouded to. Give us u trla
on jeurnoitordir. ,
To Correspondents: We Inv correspondence on any subjeel of Interest -.o the general
public, and desire a rcllubli regular corre=-
pondent ta overy locah' stirroundliiu
Revelstoke. In all cbsob the bono lido nam1
of tho writer nmsi accompany iniinusuipt, bin
t,ot necessaarlly for publication.
Address all communications
Revelstoko, B. C
our ter*
Conservative papers that arc
,JOi'iu_; to ilisereiiit Uie Doultbo-
o as immigrant.-, avo i~oiiiiniillii~~ a
.cttike. All the evidence yocs to
cliovv that thoy will mako excellent
settlers, moral, intelligent, and iiielus-
���tious. Tliey wore met at St. .Tolin
,.y :i niiinbei- of Amerlcun ngciits, one
of whom wlrotl on lo the Sound that
it was a pity Washington was nol
getting a portion of ilium. Whereupon a Seattle paper suggests that Hie
-Suite authorities shoulel make efforts
to obtain a portion or the 8,01)1) who
are expected a fevv months Ifcncc. II
any should slip lhrough our ringers
tuul become a prey to American agents
those same papers would iibttse the
government for allowing tlicm lo escape.���Kelson .Miner. "
��IV1'*    l*S
1. All correspondence must be legiblj
written on onc sido of lho paper only.
!. Correspondence containing personal
r-n'tor n��i.i be signed with 11.3 pr per num.
tt tbe writer. . ,.      ,
3. urieapondence with reference to un}
thing tbat has appeared in another piuei
must tlrst bo offero ' for publication to lhal
paper before it can appear in The Hkhai.ii.
Inspector Moody's official  report on
bis  trip   from   Edmonton   to  Dawson
City contains the following paragraph:
"'  have  not  the slightest doubt that
if   the   country   vere   opened   uu  and
thoroughly   prospected      it  vvouid   be
fount! immensely rich.     Almost every
stream yields colors, and  it only inquiries that these streams be followed
up and properly prospected.     Some ol'
those going through this summer prospected and    exclaimed    against    the
couutry, but I never heard of ono vvho
had Konc to bedrock.     1 believe, from
what  I  have   seen,  and    experienced
miners have told me. that there is a
great  future  for  quartz  mining  west
of  tbe  mountains   auct   in  the  mountains  themselves."
There being no iixeil subsidy for llie
Territories il becomes necessary to
make an adjustment of finances every
year to get what comes due through
their development. Taking their progress it bus on the whole been satisfactory: yet. while the Ottawa government 'delights in pointing to the onward march of the West il lakes much
argument and pressure to get money
to meet the increased expenses caused
by this development.. This is clilolly
Iii connection with schools, which are
rapiilly being organized, and the construction ot roads and bridges and the
expansion of lhe settlements.���Battle-
Eeo-el  Hern Id.
*    v    *
It  that report  Is  true  about  -white
aettlers   In   Manitoba   being   notified
fcy tht government  through  iliniatei
Slftoa  and   Deputy   Minister   Smart.
to  quit  their   bo-re-*   and   make   way
fcr   tlie  newly   ii: rived     Doukhobors.
tbey   should  both   be  impeached.   To
be _ure, Smart at once denied ihe report,   but  a  de-sptueh  arrived     toda*s
**om   Otta-n-a  reiterating  ihe   charge. ?
If \there  is   any   fire   in   this   smoke:
it is in order for those settlers who
are   Raid   to   have   been   notified     to
. vacate certain* townships reserved for
the   newcomers,   to  make  affirmation
a.s to the truth or the falsity of the
report.     If' there   is   anything   in   it
they are bound to have documentary
proof in  their  possession.      Without
these proofB forthcoming, we  are inclined to give Smart and Sifton    the
benefit  of  the  doubt,   as  those; two-
politicians  have  tho  instinct of  self-
preservation  too highly  developed  to
thus place their heads under the guillotine of the press and their political
existence  at the  mercy  of  an  indignant west.    However, stranger things
than   this   have   happened   ere     no~v
under the blighting,  mildewing inllu-
���nce o* a fast withering government.
Should this extraordinary charge
prove ultimately correct, we mav be
uainc-d and grieved.but not surprised.
Sifton has long since placed us beyond the pale ol astonishment. The
jjoor- Doukh~b"ftfr"skieT~E~re���a-goucl- peo~
��le and are showing themselves io be
ei Et��rling worth, but they are not
scod enough to arrogate lo themselves the proclivities ot a Kansas
cyclone and blow people, off liieir
farniE.   At   least   no:   in   these  parts.
it. is a terrible blow to thc government, one. which il, is impossible tliey
can long survive. Tt menus deiiior.il-
i7iilion and dissolution. If Iho placer
legislation failed in Victoria, where
it was expected to be popular it spells
hopeless ruin 1o Jlr. Hume in Kootenay. where it has been regarded from
the'lirst with the very gravest apprehension. Two ministerial members,
Mr. Prentice and Mr. Deane. were
sc-.t".d for the session by tbe majority.
Srir.-.c time during the coming recess
they will have to face the courts,
when lioth vvill be obliged to retire.
This vvill leave the government in an
net mil minority, which neither Mr.
Martin, nor His Imperial Majesty,
Czar Mclnnes. can po.sibly transform
Into a majoriiy. Tu these straits lhe
government may ask for a dissolution
anil go to the counlry, and in that
event tbey vvill be wiped out of existence." I! is safe io promise that
not a single ministerial candidate can
'.e elected in the Kootonays. The
'jcgiuiilng of tbe end has come.���
Nelson Miner.
Mr. Morley thc other day challenged
nil. and  sundry to give him a definition  of  the  term  '"Little Englander,"
which  led  Mr.  Chamberlain  to oblige
him with the following: "A man vvho
honestly  believes  that  tbe  expansion
ul   this   country   carries     obligations
which are out of proportion tei Its advantages."      This  terse  statement of
tli"   case    of    the     anti-expansionist
should  be of use in  the national  debate  now  in  progress  over  this  very
question   in   the   United   States.    Still,
If   the  whole    question   is'*'to  be  included   in     his   statement,   ive     must
rond   a   very   full   meaning   into'the
word '"advantages."      Many u man in
lbe Uniteel States is arguing with undoubted  .sincerity  anel   a  noble  spirit
that one of iho chief reasons why the
Americans should not draw back from
the opportunity to control the destiny
of the Philippines and to take a share
lu   leading  the  Orient out  of dream-
kind into the new day, is to be found
In   tbe  "obligation"   this  will   impose
on   the   American   people   to   lay   the
paths of their eastern brothers in the
right   direction.       Thoy   regard   this
'obligation"   as   an   "advantage,"   or
bettor, as an opportunity.
���'Tho "obligations" whose weight will
be felt, arc not of this character, however.     They arc better represented by
the  dollars  which  would   have  to  be
voted to etittip and sustain the standing army of 100,000 men, provided for
in the lirst Hull bill presented to Congress  the  other  day.      The    number
has   already,   indeed,   been   cut   down
to  00,000  under  the  pressure  of  this
reluctance to    assume    this    kind of
"obligation."   Paying twenty millions
for lho Philippines���which may hardly be a fair way of stating that the
Americans assume a just part of tbe
Philippine debt���is another    of these
weighty^ arguments against expansion,
which vvill be heard from the hustings
al, tho. next election with considerable
effect.     In this dollars and cents age,
lbe ordinary man Is apt in such matters to reckon  up what this new national  glory will  cost him,  and  then
try to arrive at   a conclusion    as to
whether or not    it will    pay him to
St. Leon
g~ 'Incorporated nv Act ov Paut.ia.ment, 1855.
Upper Arrow Lake,
__- PAID UP CAPITAL      - $2,000,000
& REST FUND- - $l,600.COO
K_ DIRECTORS:   Wm. Moi.bon Maci'iiiiiison, President;  S. H. ttwixn, Vice-President:
���__��� XV. M. Ramuat, Sami'-U Fi.i.ky, Hkniiy Auciiiiialu, J. 1". Clkuiiohn,
��~j F. Wokkkiitox Thomas, General Manager.
E:     A general banking business transacted,     Interest allowed at current ^_
fc rates. __*��� j, D   MOLSON, 3
g*j* ' ....   - JlANAOKIl,  RKVKI.9TOKB,   U. C.       ~~9
RATES  $_oo   PER   DAY.
Wei] Known for Their
Health Giving Properties,.
Both Hotels Oper\ for the Winter
Tlio Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.
A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers
and the Springs.
Good Accommodation both  at   the   Springs   and at
C olumbia
Good accommodatipn. A t good bar
well supplied with choice wines,
liquors and cigars.
Free Bus Meets All Trains
the Landing.
There was never a more idiotic cry
raised that of "Canada for Canadians."
If this country had to wait for such
a policy and all it implies it would
not be populated in a hundred years?
Canada and its farms, its mines ami
its other resources should be for
Britishers, Americans, Canadians ar.d
any other white men who will come
to her shores to build homes for
thcmsclves and help to make this a
populous and prosperous nation. Hut
while "Canada for Canadians" is umr
rot, Sifton's policy of "Canada for
Galicians" is a thousand times wor-e.
London, -February S.���Mrs. Brooks,
a resident of the wesi end of London,
*s trying to establish her claim lo the
title anel dignity of Queen of tlio
Gypsies of al! the earth. Her claim
aiho extends to a demand for the possession of property worth, rough ly
speaking, five miliion dollars.
Mrs. iirooks is not a Gypsy herself,
but she claims to bo a lineal descendant of J-villa. Chilcott. the first Queen
ot the Gypsies, and Elijah Smith, one
of the early kings. From thu couple
���she traces her iincage through tbe
highways and byways of many families., and proves to ber own complete
satisfaction that she is the only remaining descendant of the ancient
royal family of ..Gypsies, and, therefore, is entitled to the vast estates
which havo been in Chancery or
somewhere else, since some time during the last century.
The only obsticle between Mrs.
Brooks aud her e!c:iri~s is a lack of
identification. Thc Gypsies of Eng-
-.cH'n'i���..a*, t-^-*^**,.���io->r-_n^���a.���gi'erit- many-
years for "the lost child," as they call
her. and if Mrs. Brooks can irtabllsh
ber claim to -.hi*-, title siis' ; . :v ono
day be rich.
Even, if _M:"f. Brool.s c;c~s * '-i:.r. she
wants, however, her p.Mii moy not
continue to bo stre-.vji with* rofees. for
���i ruhsiantial movompnt is on foot
among the citizc-n- of Essex County
to. drive i.lie Gyp<-..*.- from their territory. The nomadic ilv,*el:e;*s in tcms
hixve cone to Ess'-x in great numbers
of late, and th" E -cox peouie are now
b'terminr.cl tn keep agitating until the
Cypsies  are  furred   to leave.
A London cable states that Patti
has settled $15,000 a year on Baron
Cederstrom, her latest husband. The
baron's own income is only ST50. The
diva made this settlement entirely of
her own motion, and presented the
deeds as her wedding gift on the day
before the marriage. The baron vvas
taken by surprise. Patti's fervent adoration of her handsome and distinguished looking husband is the best
testimony for ber marvellous preservation of youth. Ho seems equally
Infatuated with her and shows great
tact in treating hor precisely as
though thoro vvas no disparity 'of age
between them. At thc Hotel Cecil
ihey were never seen except when
going out to drive, as tbey passed all
Iheir lime together in their splendid
suite or* rooms.
Telegraphic Communication.
>; $1.25 per day.
Baths Free.
Brown   & Pool,
Proprietors.     -
.    BROWN
Do  Vou   tU&nt   a    Home   in    This    Groining  .mining   and
f^ailexiay   Centre   ?
The C. & K. steam Navigation Company have some cf the most delightful piopprty in llevelstoke. It is charmingly titnated,. handy to
to any portion of the town. Come and enquire about it at once. Easy
terms if necessary. *; r '
flfllG & C$flIG, Sole Agents
Eseiuimalt is the only place in tbo
British Empire, according to a receni
report, that exceeds London iu cloudiness. Eseiuimalt is also the dampest'
place in the empire, while Adelaide,
in Australia, is the driest.
Switzerland has as usual, been
spending the winter In reckoning up
Hie profits of the holiday season. Last
year  shows  a  favorable  advance,   the
City Directory
Now in Course of Preparation
Tt will take tlircc montlis to compile.'.    Help 1
along.   It will lie
Bigger, Better, and Right Up-to-Date
total   number  of  tourists  having, am-   -iriih main.etc.:  city council, and;^11 complete;
 ,    ,_    .. n��rt n.\.-. . ...      ,          '.Rcv.-lMolce'.*    res.-infee'".   ttilialiilnnts. liii.aine��'.
iion''*._:  in tact, tlu- lianille.il book ever issued
in I..*v*'l��toki'.    l'rice: TO cents.
AtlvcriKntt. r.i top on application.
R. P
ounted to _2,3OO,O0O. while the gross
receipts of hotel keepers, as far as
tbey can be. ascertained, reached close
upon i2o,000,000. Of this sum about
57.000,000 was expended on jewellery,
knick knacks and "souvenirs do
An Excellent
iOGPIIiOli       Jaincsv.,19,20.
���*. Delivered,'before the Orange
"'' Lodge, No. 1058, at Revelstoke",
B. C, in the Methodist church
on.Sunday morning, Nov. Gob,
1808, by Kev. S. J. Thompson,
in a neatly printed 13-page
* pamphlet.
There a-e more harel facts
and valuable information in
this little booklet than you
can imagine until you have
read it. It's worth a dollar if
it's worth a. cent.
Mailed to any address for 25_
R; P. PETTIPIECE, Revelstoke, B.C
.Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in.-.....:....
Fish   and   Came   in    Season.        Markets "at   llevelstoke.,
Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.
.Tnblev furuisherl ' with
tln~ cbeiicest; the market
affords. :  .Hest    Wines
LiqnoM-i iind   .  Cigars
Rates   $1.00 a dnv.     Monthly race.
J. ALBERT, STONE, Proprietor:
Large light bed rooms.
Food and Sale Stable of tbe'Lardeau and Trout Lake Di
Saddle >��� and    -Pack
' always for hire.
Freighting   an
Teaming   a
e 'J*^~. ���*&- SB*' ^&" J**- ^a*' <a��' <
".*"S **��_ ��� "*_. ��� <��*. ���   -_�� ��� V ���  -r�� ���-��__.���-____,
II'.ti- Zevltan Von Ra.'t-s. v."ln wa.-
Eent out by a community in Hungary
to investigate the acric.iltur.il advantages of Canada anil who recently
spent some time in Calgary anel ihe
northern country, is in Ottawa and
speaks glowingly of the Xorth Wist.
He says thai the climate will b�� entirely suited to the tastes of hi.-*
people, sine*.* thpy are a hardy vigorous race. Mr. Von Rajcs does not ?ay
what sobriquet his people- labor
unde-r, but If it Is anything thai
rhymes "with 'orky or 'ician, they
will be accorded a hearty welcome-
by the powers tbat be.
Miss_.-Flo.-a Shaw, the clever correspondent who was vilified by the Free
Press and other journals of thnt ilk
for her outspokc-ne-si on tho Yukon
scandals, receives t'ni? nice little rpr
tificatc- from th�� Edmonton Bnlleiin:
"Although Miss Shaw hael not the advantage of travelling throughoti: thr-
Mackenzie basin, having attended t'"~
council of Hudson's Bay Co.'s officer?
(icm all parts of the region held at
Athabasca Landing last fall, she h".-~
tcen able to gather into one arti. I-
a. more complete, accurate, and intelligible account of the interestin_
side of that region than has ever
*b%tt<r?* app^Krell fn flTTnt."
Prof, ���rici.iirmai*.,'' president uf Cor- *
i.t-1! uaivi-r. iiy, who has gone to Mem- '
ii-.1 at the head of .1 coiurnissi'in to *
r-BOn upon th.-�� l"!iili[>pln. - u,r l'r..il- .
���ir:.*. r.Ir.vla.'i y,  i-, a Can.i-H.ir..
.'. fun.-., r. .-or., ui Prim..; ;-__,!ivaril
l-it-*.*'!, l.f. ^'C.i*...e il, in.-.t fo.' Ii. ci tilt- .'I
-u: ;iir.-;h.iig. ..tn. ;.:Ler*.vari!i i'-ji* .j:;o
������. ,-i tir  in  ;_. ..ti.re;.
li.a next- jum;' wu-. to .p.'1,! a year iii
i i..!*h'<*r ''.-.I'll'li.-hmeiit.
I'.i :r.g anxioiin to gel a:i "eiiic iti-.r,,
.;.:l..irr.ig:i .--.ivetl a pari of his* wage**!,
'���eh*.-: *,-0 in tlirr-" y��-ar.*., and "wi~"
-I'abied ;o take one year at ibu Prince
i--:'   '.'���..uc'./   C .ili*��i,,   ChiirKti.-ie/ivn.
At-lbe* fr.el of rbf- y.._ir J.r. t.ael i.o
n.e.r.'-y; but bo ban won a sciioiar.'-nip,
and willi ihat ar.d .-.. trille earned at
aichi hy i.r-'-pir.g a _-iore_.:."e"p'!r'p Iii.Ob.s
he managed to pull through his
cour.-e. " ;
Then be took to teaching untii no I
bad f-avd ?100, wilii whiefi h<- -vvnt '
"i   .'-.<..ei*;i   f'.'.i'-g".   Nova   Kcotln. \
In-re b" eliaiicei to hear of the Gil- !
e'.'ri. t "-"Lolari-hip. which gives the,
~*.n*."i. .- "V/i. ,��� ;.,-<ii- an;] ?. courf-o at the i
i '.ii-.*.:**. y  r.i   Lo::e|r,n. I
',:������ -T, u-'i; for it, r-.i! vv on i*, nnel at J
-!'���' <", '��� ������: '..I*, i'-'*,;.-.; v.o;i tho I lib- '
���������>.r<l :.'?."-*f!l ;if feilo-.VEhjp. -evorth S-.- I
j to ;.��� year. r.,\, glvi.ig tin- winner aj
fim i\l il":e;eihf'rt: i
The- siudei.l .-.-���:un:"d to Nova Kc'it'tt !
to  birome    _.  pr**.:". ;:or,    a nel     finally
wrnt   to   Cornell   as*,   lbe   iici'I   of   Hi"
'i:>:versity ll.erf.
II. Io r. good ","ee.oril for Lbe farmers
^: 5^:.��,. _g��: *^: ��g^ ^: ?5^ ��P ^i ��p N-flfe
ousa^s Band
Better than Godfrey s Band ?
Prrhn-px you haven't hettrr! Soman fnmoii* Hcmrt. play, andtlierefare ��on-
tint nvmrrr lh i.i r/ii'-nlion. /Jut there ix no reason on garth irlm yon ahouldrit
hnir il nl oner. . /Jitj/ o C* pc, po. Ar*ihnriO anf'' !imr'e Genuine Records ntitt,
i/oii  niti   If/   tho htijiil ^�� QiriUJJI "|Ul lo ���play dnvriuQ ditvntr rtc
^t V
IVhiit' in' nrf i >i lhr vitbjrrt nf Maxic, inn mny rift welt mention that the
I'firlorirx l-'intl. il tliJJ'iritlt lo l;oop im xvpjiliu]. with QvFfl nhOFl IP'*
t'ml tm ironth-i: irlinx /i'iijiIi' lrJmnf i,riifiirnl training htix C|7 III JJI",U1 llOO
liti'ii nrtflrrlt't/ rim plan mt the Sympl,ony /Jeethoren'tt Soiiufax with perjecl
t.rurrisKion mul iti-rhntlritl rffevt. \\ r sell iht- TJ M C_fD 11 I Q C\f>(^YiOG\"P9i\
which iitayx thr piano far mm. iv-?*./ rapid! i/ loo ��/illg"3IUQ \Jl Xjl^KjQlji G"l
l)itl wr Irtl >jrw thai ,'.;��� are now waking HHCORDS FOR THE GRAPIIO-
I'llONf'f. C/ioosr !/rj,ir I'uroritr .-t'oig and. xen-l il lo vs. or (ink tut to get it for
i/roi anti ouikr- ti rrrortl on icv/A",     Jf yoii don't lilce it itliuii,  mode,   nendit back,
and  [JUS'I   PA Y FOR IT.
Song Folios Are Good This Morning
rts also urr folios for Ihu piano, violin and organ, and Guilur.
Fresh Banjos,        Guitars,        Mandolins,        Tin Whistles,        Violins
Tuners Mutes, Flute and Piccolo Mouthpieces,       Musical Boxes
and Chinese Banjos,
Wvi.'r or Call al nncr.    Minlioyi, thix Paper.
The Alberta Music Co.
Centre Street, near tbe Station
,^~~~~*- *t~____r- *a&r*Bfir   "���~"*"  -~~~**' ^____fr-<Mkr- <~~~~��" ___V��*   -_____fr-  -_______r- 4^___^ 4__d__^- ^____^-��_^____   ���-->-_______-* 4-_��-^-W- 4B__��- ~~to_     ___E_��. -^K. .
^*-��. �����*,���"*__,���-����_"���_____,--��*.��� ^r-^-^ ���>��, --sr* ^��. *^^ "*��. "Sr*>^*?E>'*-,-��r*^**ir*^��.">*'
Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock
for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write
CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.
BTUODIST OBUKC1. ��� Revelateilto.
Pre-ctiiug service* ut 11 u.ui. anil 7:30
p.m. i'ia'8 tnoeitliiK nl tin' clone ot tlie
morning norvice. ' cihb.r.th School uud Bilile
Olaas nt 2:.'I0 p.m. Wei-kly pruyor meeting
every Wednesday evm iiiK nt 7:l'U p.m. Tho
public uro cordially invited. Scits freo.
 ItEV. a. J. THOMPSON. Pastor,
*-- RcvoUtoko Hours of service: Kvcniug
prayor il��lly nt A o'rln.k. Fridays at 7:110
ttundayH nnd Feutlv-Hlu: Holy Communion ut,
a.m., morning pruyor atcll. Sunduy Suhool
nnd Blbli* Clnou at !":*1, evoi.ing prny.r at 7:S0.
Flrut Suniliiyln tlio mouth Holy Communion
at morn'nn: Hi'rvicea.	
Borvleo overy Sunday ut II a.m. and 7:!Ki
p.m. Bibo UIiuh .-a 2:30 p.m., to whieb
all nro welcome. Prayer meeting at H p.m.
every Weilnoi'ilny.
iv- atule.'. IIisk !!i"..t r.r.d third HuudeyB in
inniitl. ,.i iei-:td a i-i.
SALVATION ARM V���Meetings overy uight
In their lm 1 on Kmut Slroet	
T[?e Vernon Soda
Water Works . .
Miuiifactti'ei- of Soda Water. 3lngcr      ,.
Ai��, tjaruftprillu, and all Soft Drinks.
A full Hupi.ly kept in ��tock  at Mc-
Carly'-i   Cold Stoir.g-3, whero   orders "
.in fielofi.       . .' >20 3w-tf	
33ltvc_~~:niithint~:-> Jobbins
Plumbin-r    "-"iPo Fitting
!> heet Iron "Work
Maoliin.eiy Repaired
Mining Work a Sp _cialty____c��_
Reirolstoke   Station.
Loyal Or an go  Lodge, No. 1658.
IVrBiiInr.' nii'etliiKi' m-e-'liulil  in the
Ddilrelloivs Hull on tliu third Friday
of eneli niontli nt 7.:m p. in.' Visiting-
hri'thri'ii I'oi-elbllv invited.
\\\ 11. llinie.v.W.M ; K. P. Petti
iili'i'i", Kei'. See.; Dr. T. Ji-nv. Flu. Sec ; Thos.
steed, Treii.iuiei*.
Court  Mt   Begbie,
I.O.F.. No. 3461.
Sleets In tho Oddfellows' Hall on tbo
2nd nnd Ith Fridays of
t'aoh month. Visiting
brethren invltod te>
B. RrCiimpbell,   K. D.
Chief Hantf'f.
3. O. 'Johnson,
fjevelstol^e Hospital
Maternity Room in connection.
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>JfM_"7^t_A^MTI0BllllBIHC:,WWHIII-r0W. D.O F  fl  J  ��������� V  BRITISH PARLIAMENT  QUIET RESTORED  Government Explains   Its  Situation   in  Regard to China  London, February 9.���������In tbe de-  ibato on the address to the throne  Aslimead-Bartlett.Conservatlve moved  on amendment asking the government to take, early action to assist  China in maintaining her territorial Independence. After an explanation of the situation by tbe government, thc amendment was withdrawn.  AN OUTRAGE  Settlers" Notified-to Quit Their Honus  to Make Room for Doukhobors  Ottawa. February 9. -���������Notwithstanding Deputy Minister Smart's denials, It turns out that settlers In  tbo- townships reserved for Doubko-  bors did receive notice to quit.  Orders for Aguinaldo's Arrest��������� lloilo to  be  Taken bv t-oice  Manila, February 8.���������Quiet now  reigns here. Business in Manila has  been resumed and the provost guard  has absolute control. Many insurgents are returning to their homes  carrying white Hags. General Otis  has received orders to arrest Aguinaldo- as soon as possible. General  Miller has been ordered to tako Hollo,  by  force if necessary.  BONSPIEL  NOT FIT TO EAT  The Canned Meats  Sent  to Cuba  Rejected by Natives  Havana, February 8.���������Inspector  General Breckenbridgc has discovered  among the army rations issued to the  destitute in Havana hundreds of cases  of spoiled beef, and it is believed  there are others, but just how many  officially the inspector cannot determine. These canned roast and boiled goods were put up by Armour &.  Libby, and McNeill & Libby, of Chicago, and were sent to Porto Rico. In  due time they landed at Regla, a suburb of Havana, and last week they  were issued to Captain Noel Gaines,  who Is in charge of the relief society.  Some of the cans were given the destitute, who refused to use the contents. Several cases were then broken  open and last night the air aULa  Punta, one of the distributing stations, leaves no doubt of the presence  of offensive "supplies."  MANITOBA ORANGEMEN  Winnipeg,  February  9.���������The  Manitoba Orange Grand Lodge opened in  Winnipeg yesterday,  yuiet restored  AMUSING  SUGGESTION  Washington, February 9.���������Now that  the treaty of peace has been ratified  between the United States 'and Spain  there is an amusing suggestion in  administrative circles to perfect  another treaty between Ex-Secretary  of State Sherman and the adminls-  ration.  BRANDON BONDHOLDERS  Brandon, February 9.���������Bondholders  have notified the Brandon city council they would not accept statement  If they cannot pay the interest on  ���������bonds.   ���������  "    BONSPEIL  Winnipeggers   Doing: Wonders ��������� Canadians Won the International Trophj  Winnipeg, February 9.���������There are  now only 10 rinks remaining out of  100 in the competition for the Grand  Challenge. Of these 10, seven are  Winnipeggers, and one from Minne-  elosa, Superior, and Duluth respectively. In the International yesterday the Canadians won by one  point. _  NEW RAILWAY  Delegation Asks for Co-operation in Constructing a Line From Portage la  Prairie.  __=__W[nnip_eg,__;_-ebruary_J)..__r A_western.  delegation urges the local government to assist in the construction of  a line from Portage la Prairie to the  North Western part of the province.  The Curlers and the   Skips   Getting  in  Their Fine Work  Winnipeg, February 10.���������The open  competitions aro narrowing down In  tho bonspiel and tbo special competitions have commenced.  ATLIN   DISTRICT  Fears that Blood May Flow on Account  of Claim Jumpers  ~-"-'oria, February 10.���������The steam-  c. Rosalie arrived last evening from  Skagway with news from Atlin.  Feeling runs high there since the  news of tho Exclusion act got in. It  i- feared that the trouble brewing  may result in bloodshed. A number"  e ������ Canadians on the ground are jumping claims located by Americans. The  Americans  are  crying for  vengeance.  GOOD  GRACIOUS  Alexander McDonald, worth .������2,500,000  May Wedd Maggie Chisholm  London, February 10.���������Alexander  McDonald, of Dawson City, one of the  gold kings of Klondyke, reputed to be  worth from X2,500,000 to ,C 3,000,0011.  vvas married today to Miss Margaret  Chisholm. daughter of Mr. Chisholm,  the superintendent of the Thames  water police.  *. AWFULLY COLD  And the Manitoba Hotel in Ruins���������Stuffs  On Hanei.  AVinnipeg February 10.���������The coldest weather In 25 years is reported  from various parts of the continent,  many people having been frozen to  death:        :  SAME DliASTER.  Am^r.can Losses in Human Livss Wry  Sun!! ��������� Filifinoes Faded.  Washington, February 10.���������The following cable bas been received from  General Otis, dated Manila, Fobruary  9: Tbo total casualties resulting  from engagements since February 4  aggregate 208. Killed, three officers;  5ti enlisted mon; wounded, 8 officers,  and 199 enlisted men; missing, two  enlisted men. .  A NEW *-'ORK FIRE  Nevv York, February 10.���������Half a  dozen buildings were destroyed by  fire here today anel several firemen  fatally injured. The' damage vvas to  the extent of three quarters of a million dollars. "  MISSED Hi3 CHANCE  THE MANI1 OBA  The Loss Will Be About .$800,000  - ' Winnipeg, .February 9.���������Tho loss  incurred by the destruction of the  Manitoba hotel will amount to about  5800,000.   GOOD LUCK I  Victoria Hockey  Team Off to Play   for  the Stanley Cup  Winnipeg, February 9.���������The team  from tho Winnipeg Victoria Hockey  club leave Saturday for Montreal to  p'.av* the Montreal Victorias for the  Stanley cup. They will also play a  number   of   other   games   while   east:  MONSTER PETITION  Will be Presented to President McKinley  and the JointTHigh Commission  Skagway, Alaska, Februaryl, via  Seattle, Wash., February S.���������A monster petition to President McKinley  .nnd the members of the joint high  commission is being signed, asking  their assistance in securing the repeal  of the alien exclusion act recently-  passed by the government of British  Columbia, in which the Atlin mining  district is located. Tbe petition has  already received a thousand signatures. Five thousand in all arc expected to sign. The petition will bo  forwarded to Washington by the next  steamer. Canadians are signing as  readily as Americans. The trade is  already seriously affectrd, and a. high  oilicial of the Whito Pass road said  today that tho English owners have  cabled over that If the act Is not revoked work on the roael will bo ordered stopped.  The Porcupine nnd Salmon river  districts on thn Dalton trail are coining to the front, and the prospectors  beaded originally for Atlin are going  Into the newjf fields of Amorican territory.  THE SIRDAR AT OMDURMAN  dieted  A German Officer on the Gene-ial Staff  Denies Base Calumnies���������His Defence  of the Fair Fame of the Array to  Which He Was .-ntached.  Thp following letter, addressed to  Hip editor of tho London Times,  (.peaks for itself:  Sir: A short time ago tliere appeared in an English magazine���������If I mistake not, the Contemporary Review���������  nn article in which serious charges  aro made against thc conduct of tho  Anglo-Egyptian army during and  after the battle of Omdurman. According to these, wounded Dervishes  were massacred out of sheer cruelty,  and Maxim fire was poured into mass-  on of defenceless inhabitants, the wo- street, January 1������  men and children not being spared.  Finally, there was a general plunder  of tho tovvn by English and Egyptian  soldiers, nnd the Sirdar not only did  not check these excesses among his  troops, but gave his consent to them.  Although these calumnies bear on  their face the stamp of incredibility  and have been written with a certain  tendency, and although they have  already well refuted by other pens,  still   1  consider  it my duty to write  which had been knocked about by tho  bombardment, wero certainly plundered, but this was already the case  when I, in company with Sir. F. R.  Wingate and other officers, visited  the town on tho morning after the  battle, that is to say, at a,time when  singlo soldiers had never been there.  The plundering of thoso houses must  have been the work of the inhabitants.  I believe It to bo all the more my  duty to the Anglo-Egyptian army,  whose hospitality I have enjoyed for  stnie time, to make a stand against  the calumnies raised against it as  tbeso have been repeated iu several  German newspapers, and I trust that  by  these  lines   they  will   be  contra-  I am, sir, yours,  ADOLF VON TIEDEMANN.  Captain   In  the  Rayol  Prussian  Great  General   Staff.  Berlin,   Charlottenburg,   13S   Kant  CONFLAGRATIONS  Roland, Manitoba, Goes Up With a  Gasoline Explosion  (Special to The.Herald)  Roland, Manitoba, February 10.���������A  erious fire visited our town last night,  in defence of the fair fame of an army Many merchants lost their places of  10 whicli I   In my capacity as German ti d   considerable  stock   w.ls  military   attache,   had   the   honor   to   ,    x        ,      ,���������._,,���������,,,  belong for  a certain  time,  and  with <lcstroyed.      The lire started at 1 p.m.  the officers of which I am connected '���������.*' a gasoline explosion in the hard  by   bonds  of  gooel   co'mraeleship    and ���������re��������� store  ot Birch   "-  ���������������-  fellowship.  THE  SIRDAR'S CONDUCT  Sons.      This  set fire to the buildinu.      The flames  soon  spread   north   lo   C.   W.   Johns'  irriage making establishment, Laurie  As  regards the  conduct of General & co.'s blacksmith shop and south to  Kitchener,  I  rode on the clay of the the store of Higgins & Webster, gen-  battle, from beginning to end���������i. e., cral merchants, destroying them all  fiom 5:30 a. in. till 9 p. m.���������with  very short interruptions, in his .immediate vicinity and heard anel saw  everything ordered or elone by him.  I.* would be an insuli to Lord Kitchener  if   I   attempted   to   contradict  DISCHARGED  Winnipeg, February 30.���������Pistenezak,  the third Galician arrested for com-  the insinuations made against himjpiicity in the Stuartburn murders, lias  personally��������� such .evident calumnies I aeen discharged by the police magis-  woulil never be given'credence to for trate.  ti moment in the mind of any intelligent man possessed of common  sense. If the Sirdar had been so  bloodthirsty as the writer of the article in question wishes us to believe  lie would have found opportunity  enough at every step during his entry  into Omdurman to gratifv his desires,  for  after  Khalif*   '  HE WILY  BOER  He Has the ������n^.sh   in   the   Transvaal  Penned Like Rats in a Ti ap  That* the military forces of the Boer  fled from the'government are capable of razing.the  town, crowds of unarmed Dervishes town of Johannesburg is"perfectly ap-  nished towards him, and Qt would parent to those who have watched t,ho  have been easy enough for his es- progress of events in the three years  cort to havo cut them down. Lord that have -elapsed since Jameson's  Kitchener received them with kinel- raid. No Indian Sepoy bound to n  ness. and, as everyone in his staff cannon's mouth was ever more cer-,  nan testify," he did all in his power tain of a most horrible death than  tn put a stop to* the street fighting ure the residents of Johannesburg" at  which broke out bore and tliere in the the moment war against them is de-  town. Putting aside all regard," for clared. They may not,- It is true, bo  bis personal safety, he as I saw sev- bound to the cannon's mouth. But  oral times, rode Into narrow streets they might as well be, for they are  anel courtyards, with uplifted hand,- penned in by Boer fortresses as so  calling out to the inhabitants gather-. mimy rats in a trap, writes a London  ct there Aman! (Peace). This is paper's correspondent,  all the more remarkable as he would with that tireless energy and con-  have been quite justified- in enter- tinual plodding,- which has- ever been  taming strong doubts as to the peace- a characteristic        -  o<*   ���������        thc  ful behaviour of these peoplo, for race, the Boers have erected* just out-  the battlo was not such as to lead Eide the city and commanding tbe  one to expect that on.the capture of cltv completely, a large fortress. It is  the town they, would be found to be a remarkable structure, considering  defenceless sheep. that jt has ,jeen erected in three years  KILLING  OF   WOUNDED    -       and .is  fortified  with  no  fewer  than  As regards the killing of the wound- 10������ of tUe ���������?st modern types of rifled  ed on the battlefield, that was a"ne- cannon.       Ihe  fortress  stands  on a  cessary measure which was as .regret-  hill, and has-one feature tbat marks  Don Carles   Lost   His   Opportunity   in  ^-Spain���������A-Stuff-at=-Best=���������---~^-^-  London, February C.���������The Madrid  correspondent of thc Times in a letter reviewing the situation in Spain,  says.  "The prospects of the Carlists are  waning. The Carlists complain that  Don Carlos allowed a great opportunity to slip when, six weeks ago, the  country was filled with dismay and  -indignation at' the price of defeat.  He might have had a hope of success  then, for such a possibility .was openly nnd freely discussed.  "Novv the enthusiasm of even Iiii  ardent admirers is chilly, anel as the  general opinion is that he. has little  chance, the subject Is being dropped,  the neople realizing that salvation 13  not to  bo bad  in  that way.  "At the same time the suspicion  entertained in some quarters that  Great Britain had been secretly backing ��������������������������������� vi-otoiider are boing dispelled.  "Tho result is not due to the suppression of the Carlist propaganda.  On the contrary, thc government displays the greatest tolorance, being  apparently confident of -its own  strength. Indeed, there is scarcely-  enough persecution to keep the Carlist agitation alive. In Madrid now.  ���������it is difficult now to find a single sympathizer with Carlism, and no ground  exists for thc exaggerated statements  appearing abroad as to the imminence of civil war and anarchy.  Tho correspondent, after analyzing  the change that has come over Carl-  isra sinco the last civil war, Bays:  "The monarchy is firmly established,  and tho Carlists themselves are too  strongly interested tn tlie industries  and. welfare of the country to risk its  ruin through revolution. The clergy,  owing to tho pope's influence, are  much loss irreconcilable than formerly.  "The only danger lies in the Basque  provinces,  but  even  there tho  people  would not fight unless tbey wero well  paid.   No doubt the Pretender might  succeed   If  he   might  win   over     the  I arniy.but  there  Is   no  sign   that  the  I army   is   so   inclined.       1   have   b?en  I author!-eel anel requested to deny that  I King Afonso would abdicate in favor  e*f Don Carlos on condition  that Don  Daime   (son   of  Don  Carlos)   should  ninrry the Infant Donna  Maris."  at the young August  table as it was necessarv. After the ll as-singular* among -fortresses the  first attack of the Dervishes had been w01'lcl ?ver: Instead of its guns be-  rfpulsed, and when the Anglo-Egyp- inS P������mted away from the city they  tian army was moving off by brigades a11 bear directly ������P������n tlie town. And  to its left towards Omdurman I my- that is wh>' the editor of the Raml  self left the staff and rode over a Post can sPeak with so much ac-  great part of tho battlefield, but I curacy when he alludes to "razing  legistered a mental vow never to do the town."-*--The-fortress, was built  so again.'- A wounded and apparently t0 command the town���������not defend it.  defenceless Dervish lying , on the u is aI1 very wo11 ior conservative  ground is much more dangerous than Britains to pooh-pooh the idea of the  his fellow with a whole skin and Boers ri6inS against the British col-  arms in his hand rushing against one onleB -on the ground that they have  One knows perfectlv what to expect neither an army or a supply of arms  from thc "latter, while the apparent lu the event of a force bcins raised,  helplossnesss of tho former makes The fact remains that tho,Boer for-  one forget the necessarv caution and tress,at Johannesburg is well fortified  -aIso-that-a^buIlet-fired-by-a^wounded-and^������arrisoned=as-any-;-forco-of-Eng-  man' makes quite as big a hole as one lish troops would find to their cost if  fired by an unhurt person. During they attempted to storm it. Pretoria,  my ride over the battlefield I several the capital, wliich' is 25 miles north  times saw Dervishes who had been of, Johannesburg, is so fortified as to  lying on* the ground, suddenlv rise l)e Practically impregnable and the  and fire off their rifles into the" ranks K������er a">~y is an admirably equipped  of the troops marching near them, and effective force* of 45,000 men.  or who had alreadv passed by them. These are things that cannot be brush-  and for these latter it was simplv de- pJ aside- They are <iuite as Inipor-  maneled, as a measure of-self "pre- tant and ever present problem as the  nervation,   that  they   should     secure dodging of hansoms in the Strand.  themselves against such attacks by a j ���������   chain  of scouts pushed  to the front. STRAY   THOUGHTS    AMONG    THE  A MORAL RIGHT ROSES  It is not only the moral right, but .    a.  the duty of the soldier to make uso A ]a(]y waiked at the setting of sun,  ot  Ins arms against an  enemy  from Aml sighed, alas the day it is done,  'vhom it is to be expected that he will T]len sighe(i again, as she looked o'er  use bis weapons to inflict loss upon, ^ jaWn  the  troops  to  which   he   the soldier, IA,       a,       the roses arc gonC-  belongs,   anil   the   behaviour  of    tho(  wounded   Dervishes   was   such   as   to A  mother looked    round  the    empty  justify  this   belief.   It  may   be  quito | room  possible that here    and    there   some Devoid of laughter, music anel song.  wounded enemies may have been shot she sighed;  she missed her    children  who   had   no   hostile   intentions   anil dear.  Mho were only intent on saving their They are ort for a holiday;   they are  lives,   but   it   is   difficult   to   realize _       *   not here,  the   peaceful   intentions  of  such.   To  make   out  a   few   such   isolated    in- A maiden gazed  stances    an    accusation    of    useless 1 moon,  cruelty against a whole army~appears And heaved a sigh for soon O soon,  tr   me absurd. iHer maiden days will all be past;  Besides.one heard of a great number 'And  will  love  and  happiness  always  of  cases   in   which  not  only  British, | last? o  .  but  also  black  soldiers  received  and . ,*' , ,.      .        ���������   ,    ,  treated  their  wounded  enemies  with A wretched mendicant   walked   down  great   kindness,   although   at    times1        " the street,  thev  had   but a poor  reward   for it. And sighed alas he had nothing to eat.  1 myself saw a man of the 32nd Field He  bad  hoped and prayed  for  bread  Battery  give  a  wounded   Dervish    a' a11 - day,  drink  out of a water bottle, holding Put found -pity and alms giving not  up bis head the while.with his hand.i on.the way.  and   then   leaving   a   piece   of   bread  .    ���������__,_    ���������������������������,    ���������������������������������������������,,    ,-���������  u-.., ���������,���������,,.  which he took out of his haversack ,A y0UrnJLprman    paUsed    ln hlS ma"  cn tho ground  beside him. '1.      career ,  PLUNDERING OF OMDURMAN      ,������������ ^J?*'  drinkinS' h������rse  raC1DE'  Lastly as regards the plundering of Gave to him thoughts and he heaved  Omdu**man,  I was personally in    the a sigh,  town for several hours on each of the For his -sins and the days that wore  elays following the battle, and I saw rassing by.  nothing of the sort.   At the same time  I really do not know what there was But lady the roses will bloom again.  to   plunder   in   Omdurman.   for  with Tho childrens" laugh "will brighten tbe  few   exceptions,   the   houses   of    the room.  town  bore the stamp of poverty and But days and    deeds    and   time mls-  niisery. and those in which there was spent  anything- worth   taking,   such   as  the Are gone   for   ever,   to   us they were  I-ioi el Ma! and the houses of Yakub lent.  and-oter  Emirs,   were    guarded    by. ���������STELLA.  troops.     Tht houses at tho KMtXti, I   Crtlgftry,   Aweiial.  18^8.  Revelstoke will Quintuple its   ^  Present   Population  of 2000.  Kevelstoko lias been "-elected by Lhc  C. I*. K. as the terminal point i'or North  Kootenav and Okanainin.  IMPERIAL BANK  ~���������OF Q/yNADA  H������ad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve     ���������   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S.  tiowlana,  President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pres.. (St.Catharine*)  William Ramsay, Robeit Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland  StAyuer  Elites Rogers,  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branohes  North Wes' and BritiBb Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  ahead.  It must go  The judicious  business man  will  invest in  Revelstoke Real Estate^  while it can be got on the ground Moor. M  (Am Down This List....  SI700 will buy tvvo fine business lots 7 anel S, blouk 10,' on  first street, 50  leet by 100 feet.   Opposito J. D. Sibbald's residence. Easy terms..  $250 cash will buy tvvo nice lots, 50 by 100. nearly opposite Sampson's  house.   Lots 3 and-1, Block 11.  $850 will buy a lot 25x100, noxt the Front St Post Office.  $1000 will buy a block, 75x100 ou Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy a lot 25x100 in the centre of the busiuess part of Mac  enzie Avenue.    .  $700 vvill buy tvvo lots, (i and 7, block !_, 50x100 opposite C. 13. Hume &  Co.'s ware house ou Campbell Avenue.  $97.1 will bay a boti--w and luiU. 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Grogan & Co. are Handling' some of the finest  mining" propositions in the  Big Bend, Lardeau and  Fish Greek camps of North  Kootenay. Full particulars obtained and furnished about mining claims in  the District.  A. big block of Carnes Creek Consolidated at ten cent?.  These shares will be up to par yet.  ���������jr.  Sf*  ^  ^  on^t? to hoan  Port-ape la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Edmonton  ONTARIO,  Niagara Falls  Vancouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstok'  N-lson, B. C  Essex  Fergus  Gait  Incrersoll  Listowell  St. Zhomaa  Toronto  Welland   .  Woodntoek  Hamilton  Port Colborne  Rat Portage  Sault St. Marie  St, Catharines'  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department��������� Deposit*  of  SI   and    upwards    received    and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial,  Municipal  and olher debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������A vail-  ible at all point* in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special  Receipts  which will bo accounted for at any of .  the Hudson's Bay Co's   Posts ln tho  Yukon .ink northern districts.  A- R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Bratvh  ^ WALL VS  eiilip. Inirrains,   -.lira.*.   Km-   -  boss.ii Gills, nud l_or.icrs of  all li-scrijitloii?.  Tlio i-limi^rbt ami Left slock of  iVALI.l'Al'KltS iii the t-ity. .  l.ibt/r.il   ili-i-owus  trivon   on '  all cash orders.    ,   _��������� ���������    -.'  I   il..-.i!   onlv    in     W A 1, Ij  V A. 1" K It S   and solicit an  iiirpcciion ol iny Jtoi-k.  .W:@-.Bi-pney  JAgKEMZIK jiv'h.  _���������������_  Canadian  Pacific  ,?, f.  an way.  and Soo Line.    .  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST   AND   WEST'     ,,    '  FIRST CLASS AND  TOURIST SLEEPERS,   from.."    --���������  TACIFIC TO ATLANTIC;  ^Quick-=-Tiiae,-^-=Good-. Service^  Fewest Changes,    Lowest" Rates  Tickets  issued,   through   and  Baggage   checked to destination.  .-*���������������������������    DAILY TRAINS;-  Ea-t.     *'     ' .  .West. '  S.25k..lye--Revelstoke���������Ive. 10.50k *"  TO AND FROM   KOOTENAV POINTS.  S.lok.. Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr..10.05k  - For '- information, time cards,  maps and tickets apply to  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  XV.   F.    Andkr'son,  Travelling  P.ia-enger Agent, Nelson.  E. .7. COYLE, District Passenger,  Agent, Vancouver.  insurcinc-^  FIRE-  We are agents i'or the Imperial, Scottish   Union,   Queen, Caledonian, Atlas anel Guardian.  LIFE��������� imneiialLiife Tiis-iuanci. Co.  ACCIDENT���������London Accident nnel  Guarantee.  PLATE GLASS-Lloyer;. '  Address :   Revelstoke.  Office :   Taylor^ Block.  Code :   Moreing & Neill.  <#^##^# ^##<#^#<#  j. h. Hull  & Company  Putcheri    and    Wholesale   an .  Retail Dealers in Beef. Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  . ,i * . .  *  A11 orders in  onr line prom  tilled .'..'��������� :....  We Hav a Good Supply of  *.<;'������������������ Building  Material  *������a Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  HevelsOo-M. Otuthfo. B. 9. 7zmmxm������m$$&  For  - -m  LaGrippe...  ?"r*K llie li>������t o! elegant preparations  Sept by the Canada Drug it llook 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 avk��������� revklstoke station.  BADLY  FLUSTERED  LOCAL  AMD _GENERAL   NEWS  Ash Wednesday.  ���������Heael Bourne Bros.'nd in this issue.  L'irge nnnibcr of strangers in town.  ��������� Trv Bniiriii' Bros.' big  busy  More.  ���������'You're out. of order" is the lnlrst.  Geo.Is. Mi-Carter is in Golden iittcnd-  ing court,  A boom is predicted for Robson, J3.  C, this summer. -"'  Greenwood, B. 0., is to have still another newspaper.  J. Morgan left this ., morning for  Greenwood, B. C.  ���������If yon want i|iiality, epiantity and  fair pric-t'S patronize Beiiirne Bros.'  W. R. Hull, the cattle kinf* of Citl-  :gnry, was in town on (Saturday, taking  in the position of alfairs.  ? The News-Advi'itiser is tho? quietest  newspaper in this province on tliu  present political situation.  Grand Forks and Columbia toivrtsite  owners are on the scrap as to which is  the superior of the two. Their newspapers too, .-ire in the sepiabble.  ���������: Constable Bullock left- on Monday  morning in charge of .prisoner'' Dupim  for Golden, vvho must answer to the:  charge of passing bogus money.  There vvill be service*'this evening in  St. Peter's church. Ven.^ Archdeacon  Pontrcath will "officiate 'anil'? preach a  sermon. Service will commence at. 7.30.  ���������Now is the best time li> talk to L.  A. Fhktz about that house, you arc  going to build. He can give yon  practical anel reliable advice* from a  thorough and large experience.���������If  The next, regular meeting of the  Loyal Orange Association, No IC10S.  will be: held on Friday- next, the 17th  in their hall at.8 p.m. sharp. Members  please note. Visiting brethren are:  invited.  The revival services in the Methodist  i-huri'h are again luting conducted each  evening lhis week. Large crowds of  P"ople> are attending and Iho interest  is liecomintr broader. Tho services  commence at S p.m.    All aro welcome.  F. \V. Godsal.^viee-prcsiilent of the  Great Western Mines, of which the  Nettie L forms a part, is expected in  tovvn next vvee*k to look over the work.  Mr. Godsal with President Poole is  very jubilant over the rich strike made  on the Nettie L inst recentlv.  H. W. Peardon of Salmon Arm occupied tbe Methodist church pulpit at  rlioth the morning and evening services  on Sunday, in the absence of Hev. S.  J. Thompson who was al Golden "conducting the quarterly meeting nnil  also the comm.ininn service*, he being  tbe siiperintodeni of the mission.  A special meeting ef the fj.O.L. vvas  helel last evenincr in their hall to  confer degrees npein some of the  membeis. After the nice-ting tin;  members adjourned to A. N. Smith's  residence anel partook of iin appropriate lunch kindly served hv Mr..and  Mrs. A. N. Smith.  '/Veil. ���������. Archdeacon?' Pentreath   officiated at,-ill  the?services  in  St. Peter's  .���������church on'Stmebiy.    In his  sermon   at.  '���������evensong be alluded to  loss  sustained  '���������Iiy ihe uniislvin the death of Rev. F.  A. Ford.    lie  was  much pleased with  '���������the'hearty way in which1 th'"   evening  ���������servicij-w.is-Fung���������hy-the-umler-choir.  and the congregation.  Things are now very quiet. On  Tuesday several families"and half the  .remaining, shop boys left for Revelstoke anti oh Thursday th'e remainder  also shook The snow of Donald from  'their feet, and there are now only 20  outsidei-s left anel they are gnieliially  eliopping out one by one.���������Golden  Miner.  A young lady of very extraordinary  ability lately addressed the 'follovvmis  letter t.i> her cousin:".:"'We is all well,  anil mother's got his-Terrix; brother  Tom is got the Hupin Kaugh; arid  sister Ann has got a bitbee; and I hope  these few lines will find vein the same.  Kite s'une.'Your HphuctioiuiUi kussen."  The 1/irdeau is fpiiet just at present,  hut it is as a calm before a. storm. The  new railway about to. bebu'tltinto that  ilis'rict this coming <-p*iiig bv the  C.P.U. wiUsive tbe district a lift, and  the* mines vvill prove their, richness on  the tiist shipment next fall tn the.  . mellets. Prosperity for that-. district  is assured and Hiatal an early date.  A. Dnucet, the C.P.R. engineer, and  party arrived from the east on Monthly night to commence the survey  work on the i-ock Muff just south of  Arrowhead. It vvill take .-ibemt five  weeks to complete the survey whftn it  is ..-xpecteel the party will proce-fil  _ *ele..iig the now survevoto complete the  ,'vork from Arrowhead to 'Kootenav  J-eke.  Owing to the fact that the official  capital of Nenth-E'ist Koolenay. Don-  aid, does not boast of a newspaper,  ihe press of the province has had a  bald job arriving at the facts of the  case in the peculiar nomination proceedings helel there on the (lib inst.. In  fact up in date only eiiie paper has  given ils ri'iiders a full and accuralo  account eif what did happen, anil that  paper, it is almost superfluous to  remark, is the Revelstoko IInuAi.n.  Our description, was iler.ved at first  hand from gentlemen actually present  on the scone anil taking part in what  wis going on. They arc prepared to  vouch for its accuracy, if need be, on  oath.  Tliis  being  lho   case,   some   of lhe  excuses mailo by the  Martin  press for  lbe inexplicable   conduct'  of   tin:   returning officer, seem rather beside the  murk, when tested hy  the cold  facts,  as related' in our columns.     Hon. Jos.  Miirlin"himself thought  to settle the  question at one blow.       According to  him   the   rcilm-ning    officer   was   appointed   by   tlie   Turner  government,  and was no friond of the Martin*'combination and so it must  be   all   right.  Mr. Martin   knows  perfectly  that no  official that ho is over likely to appoint  vvill   refuse,   if   ordered,   to  lick   the  blacking olf his muster's boots,  and so  he: argues that Mr. Griffiths being an  appointee ur  the Turner government  was not likely to make  any  mistakes  lo the detriment of his patrons.    Putting Mr. Griffiths out of consideration  for the time being,  Mr.   Martin's general   argument   fails   to   holel   water.  Incredible as it vvill  doubtless  appear  lo Mr. Martin there  was  considerable  political     independence     among    tbe  provincial officials  under   the   Turner  government.      In   this   liding   up  to  within six months of the  last general  elect ion there   was  one  gold   commissioner     and   certainly    three   mining  recorders, all opponents of tbo  Turner  government   anel   all  of   whom   after  resigning their  positions  in   order  to  take  up more   lucrative   business   or  appointments  came  out and   winked  openly against Mr. Turner at tbo time  of the elections.   There is no ''likelihood  that anything  or   this   kind   vvill   be  permitted uniler  lhe   .Martin   regime.  The IIekat/u   merely  alludes  to  it  in  order   to   kIiovv   the    fallacy   of     Mi-.  Martin's argument on a  general   view  of the case.     If as a matter of fact Mr.  Griffiths did so far forget his duty as a  public official as to endeavor  to  favor  the opposition last   Monday   week,   it  must certainly he? admitted   that   be  took a  .very", extraordinary  course  of  showing his preference. Tiie Herald's  informants, who can   bo  produced   at  any  moment,   when   required,     fully  expected np to       the last  minute* that Mr. Griffiths  was going to run   himself.    From   out  -between the cracks in the, quack modi-  Era's. If Mr. Plovvright really had  legal authority then he is liable to a  (ino and to pay Mr. Forrest a forfeit of  live bundled dollars. That is the  position, in which the Era's statement, ���������  if true, places him.  But the Nelson Tribune caps the climax. It, says Mr. Griffiths was flustered  at being late and that this was the  sole cause of his mistakes. Tliis st.te-  inout it says it gathered from Mr. A.  P. Lucas vvho was thero ��������� at the time.  With all due respect to Mr. Lucas he*  was not there at the*, time, hut 17  miles away in Golden and derived all  ho. knew about the inattir from the  siitno source as the Huhai.u, which  never heard anything about being  "Mustered." At the same time the  IlKii.M.n is open to admit llio .lustra-  tion excuse. Under the circumstances  Mr. Griffiths doubtless was biidlv  flustered. Ho was so flustered . even  the. night before that he sent Mr.  Plovvright to' Donald to act as his  deputy without even taking the precaution to swear him iii. He served  as a ''dummy representative to keep  thi; good people* of Donalel from getting "11 ustereel" and smelling a rat at  too early a stage in the proceedings.  Douhtlesss too at.the supreme moment.  Mr. Griffiths vvas a hit .flustered. It  takes a cool head to carry these things  olf \vit.hdut: exhibiting any trace Of  mental perturbation. No doubt Mr.  Griffiths vvill have every opportunity  daring the trial, which will take place  under the protest, to explain the  cause of all this fiusti ation.  Robl. IJi'.iher. Mrs. Barber and family of Qakesdalc. Wash., were in town  nn Saturd'-.y cin-outc; to South Kdnicui-  ton, Alta. .Mr. IJarhtir was much im-  ~iress-cl wilh the possibilities of this  pbice, and will po _Mhly return here to  start, farming. Tbo market is bore,  the soil is here*, th'e climate is hero.  A small capital and experience is all  that is required to .work up a paying  produce business.  Thomas' Forrest, on behalf of the  town committee of Donald, (what's  l������*ft of ill. wired Sir William Van  lloriii* In the effect that all C.P.K.  interests had novv left the town anil  th.-it the remaining peoplp were anxiously awaiting the decision of the  management, vvhirh vve have been led  to understand vvill be favorable, although nothing definite has been  licard.���������Golden Miner.  cine adv-ts. in the. Golden Bra;? the  llEKAi.n has discovered the statement  that Mr. Griffiths distinctly stated  several days before tbo nomination  elay that ho would not run. To whom  did ho make this statement? To Mr.  Wells and the Golden Era'? Certainly  not to the men. who intended to support him. if he did come out.., In perfect good faith and with no intention  of performing the impossible feat of  forcing a '"nomination upon him, Mr.  Pitts at.the last minute tendered Mr.  Griffiths nomination papers containing  i his own name. Mr. Forrest's noniin-  iilioii p.ipeis had been tendered befoie  to Mr. Plovvright, because Mr. Griffiths  friends had given up all hope that he  vvoukl got there in lime. Mr, Plow-  right could not take thorn bei-.iu.se. he-  had no authority' to do so, not being  sworn in and lliere being n'o writ at.  the proclaimed place of nomination.  When Mr. .Griffiths did come, "llie  opposition supporters' waited  they,,bud actually seen Air. Griffiths  refuse his own tioiiiin'itionpapeis from  Mr. Pitts, before they again tendered  Mr. Forrest's nomination,'again to be  refused.    Thef) Era says that Mr. Plow-  The River Bank Work.  To tlie Editor ol the II__ai.i>:  Silt,���������I should like to ask  some  one  in authority, thiough tho  medium   of  your valued paper, why the men   who  have  been   working- in   the   bush   nro  biiil idle.    We were lined   up  Monday  morning   and   informed   that    unless  more brush was turned out  per  man,  that the Superintendent woulel  feel   it  incumbent on him to shut this portion  of the work down.    (PleasjC   nolo  lhat  I am speaking  of   Messrs.  Nellie  and  Fraser'sjrangs.)   Certainly the  Superintendent knows bow   many   nieii   aro  on the payroll, but is it fair for*hiiu In  strike an  average  of  the  gross tiirt,-  (.1 nt. irrespective of   thu   loss   of   time  occasioned hy men not turning  up to  work from   sickness  or  oilier  causes.  I should certainly sny   not.     The  culmination   was   reach.d.   however,   at  noon, w lieu   we   wore;  informed   that,  pending suih time as the brush already  accumulated wns disposed uf wu  wero  to be laid off.    Passing strange  Sir. is  it nol.   llint   in   tht*   first   inslance   vve  ���������lie not sending  in   sufficient,   yet   wo  aro laid idle because we aro sending iu  too much. This is one of the anomalies  Unit    I     ranuc.i    under-tand.     anil   a  mnt.b-maticnl problem which.mnst be  solved - by   a   wiser  head -than- mine.  Another qiii:.-tion.    When   lhc  canyon road was in courso of ccinstructio.il  iast, year, during what   is   I'.stialiy   lbe  best season ejf tin: year as regards   the  element..  the lowest wages paid  woro  ii&.oO per diem,   and   iho  men  always  certain of a good hot dinner when   lhe  system most needs it.  Look on that picture and on Ibis���������  When there is no frost, tin* men tramp  out to iheir work knee deep in anything iml dry snow, and when lhey  oveul ually get to worn lhey are working, more or less np to the waist in  the. same pretty, immaculately pure,  but deuced cold ..commodity.'.'with*t.he  the consequence th-it all through they  are wet'freiiu shoulder to heel. Their  dinner consists of bread and cold meats  eaten sittinir upon more or !e-cs wet  logs in the snow, and the daily wage is  "Two   ve������ry"~llFr~_;ef=���������iinfl ���������~ '  mnre   oi^rriess  greai-y dollars.'  Political financial economy i.s one of  the thing., a man should emii-ivor to  educate bim-elf in, but economy of  thi'* kind ninst.be stopped. Truly mm  member vvill have some difficulty in  nc counting for the talents entrusted to  his charge. It seem* to iiie that be  swathed them up so tiehlly in his  narrow mind, an.l if I may give it the  word "political policy," that they have  warped to ������������������������������������such, an alarming i*xtenl  ! that their moral degradation is such  that ho man will look at tlicm without,  distrust.  Where is he, wh.it good b.n. he done  and what, he is novv doing in the interest, nf tlii! class .of 1.leu of which he  profess..*." to be proud he is a member,  viz.. working men.  Has he ever protest oil atrni.-. _l. the  ilantrproiis picceeb'tit (for piec-eelent it  W) of the low r.it.e e.f watT" which the"  men aie now per force taking? I  doubt it!  In conclusion, working men, it behooves yon to coalesce nnel meet uint-  ti'i-s'as lhey are pul. Iief.-.re you.  In this* 1 onlv .'endeavor to liiink  beforo I hose most interested, the  heads e>f tin* vital points ut. issue*, r.11  this small" muter. h-*re. anel. Sir. to  leave those host able to juelire the  eluciibition eif .1 question which iuu..t  sooner or liltei-be pettlefl.  1 ., I Thniikintr yon in niitir-ipiiUon for !b������*  until 1 jnm.jt.ion of this "onieivhat- hasty and  lengthy letter,  I beg to rf.mnin,  Yours sincerely,  Tr.OTH.  " The Leading Store.  "No lllustisr, No Finn, Just ]liiBine������s, That's All."  >9  WE ARE VERY BUSY OPENING NEW GOODS  for thu SPRING and SUMMEHTRADE. Among these  new goods are to be found the* NEWEST and LATEST  BLOUSES, UNDERSHIRTS. OVERSII1RTS, JACKETS  and COMPLETE COSTUMES. Also BELTS. KIUBONS.  LACE of every description, and . DRESS Tltl.MMINGS  in very great vaiiety.  "M-5'  _   _ 'V ������L  IN   DRESS   GOODS  wo have secured a we'll assorted  stock of "DRESS LENGTHS" in  all thenowesl shades.  We want you to feel that access to our establishment is  free as air, walk in, look around at the many articles that  will interest you, we shall place our services at your  disposal and gladly shew yon the thousand and ono  articles, which through our premises being too small, wo  cannot expose to view, but we will not urge you to buy.  We want to shew you how varied and complete our  stock is in every department, so that when the need for  certain articles occurs, yon may know that WE HAVE  IT IN STOCK, thus saving saving you trouble anel  disappointment.  JAMES  TAYLOR BLOCK,  QILL& CO.  TlcKENZIE AVE.  HOLIDAY GOODS f  Thousands  of Articles Suitable for this $k  season of the year. g|?  If S MENS' FURNISHINGS   S  W  11 II A Great Assortment at the   Post   Office m  %j 0 Sp Store.     Miners' Clothing Particulary.       #  sit ��������� %������  &������& BOOTS AND SHOES  W l% |! To Fit Every Foot and Suit any Taste $������  ^t m $g at mostly any Price y������u wish t0 Pay*     ������p.  111 MENS' GLOVES |  The Biggest Assortment in town at all J$  prices. Good serviceable working mens* i|C  gloves at 50 cents a pair.   Try a pair.      J$|  F.B.WELLS     "  Post Office Store, f  "S^".    #$)   _Cij  ���������**���������__ &p *.���������  (5S7~-  Rushing the Season  We have just received samples of the " Perfect " and " Dominion "  Bicycles which we now have on exhibitian. Intending purchasers should see these '99 models before looking for any other  wheels. These wheels have all the up to-dale improvements and  sell at popular prices.  HARDWARE AND   TINSMITMNG���������______-__->--_  McCarty Block- W.   M.   LAWRENCE,  Barter  Watchmaker and Jeweller  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B.C.    -  C. P. R. Watch Inspector; Best Repair Work in the City. A  Fine  Stock of Watches, Clocks, Wedding Rings, Engagement Rings,  .Jcwellry, Silverware Etc.  ���������*������������������������"������������������ ^������������������j"  HARD COAL !     '  ARD CASH !  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Delivered   rrom  car   $8.00 per ton.  .   Delivered from shed   $3.50 per ton.-  Now   is   the  time  to  get.in your winter supply before, the snow falls,  early.     Cash must accompany tho older.  Oide  f. Mccarty.  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  -rNSURANeE^  AGENT  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mhckcnzlu Ave.  Wholesale ar.d Retail Dealer in hurniturc  McKenzie Avenue  'sV^?%;!M"fHotel ?Licen^  ���������^.noti'c-k::-^^^  elRV!" from"elate lie'reoi-I .intend tii. aiiyilj-'to tlie  Sli'iieiiiiliarv JIftp:istriilc-?loi*y-tli(! " ItevelsiOKC  -Uiillng of,-West; Kooleniiy/ fe.i",' T.'ennis.-'ioii" t������  sell liiinors by retail lit ni>?.lintel lii.Kcv'Bls.tiiko.  UUrrir rUUii.7 fUr'iliGimtr'C^  ���������/.Iiateel at itevelstoke, Jan. ltltli, 1S59.?/?, ? ..yy?  0.  ';;?;;?'':KAppiicati^ffo_-/:^jr_^  ?' Xiitlco is liereby'Riven that thirty days from???  dale, I iiilenil applying to,, the j Chief ;Coinmi3-i_;  sioner of Limcls out1.Works fova lieenso til. cut '"���������  ���������anil i'arry awivy/iiiiibiir: from? llie;-follinviiift":  ilesi'i-ltii-'d lanels si tn at oil on/T.arilean; Creek in".-,  '1'rout l.nke :district,. West?,Koot.ciiay:?��������� Com-'?-  iiieneiiljr.ata post.nil the:banl:of soulli fork of 'r  I.arileaii_i"reelc at'thc east end of' tlie? tb\vn?df r?  il-'erjiiistiii; nen r? the.^ou'rniilo: post em/wagon:.'?  road, thenei.'. riinuiiit'/iiorth ','-IU������eliftins, theneo?;  east SOX'linins, t!ieiu!e?Voutli'f!!l) ehains, thence:~*  east,��������� SO";chiiins,.theni'o/soutli?-10. eliains,*-niore?,,;  <ir,less to hou tli?fork_jrei.'k,*?ltierii'.ovvest follow:',*  i 11 jr creek ,:.to ' initltil iiost; eontaing/ClO.aeres /  more iii- lesa;" -,��������� ,'/"-':; ?~;:y,,".,y?~*?' ::7777r: '_���������!'??'?_?,  ?,, Also ebnihieiieibtrat t his same,piist,ru mil nf;/  south CU "eliniiis. llienee;cas! -lOelialus, theiie'e.;  iibi'iir'-iltl ���������clii'iiiis:1 more?6r'"less;-��������� to south fork.��������� :  ereek, tli'eiiee.vvest.'filoiiK'creek to initial post,/  eoiitaiiiing _-lB ae:res?iiioVc or, less??,"'/?"-,?"������?,?;?  /;, Also eoiiiiiieiieini.-at a .post, on. tlie,-I.nr_tloan-j  :iviij.oii?;roiid von/west /banl:? of "'Lardeau'e.rc"*k?  a litin t'/tlireo1!*! liar tors "of ��������� a_?iiiile: south', of.tho/:  lown -'of li-ermisoii/.theiiee'ruiiiilin; west'.20 ;  clinin.., tlicnee iidrth"CO .chains?tlience: east '20'.  clinins,more or,less.to Lardeau creek, tlience.  south following creek lo? luitlHl post? eon tain-.?  iuy;l'iO uerc9 more orless;_in all 10(10 acres.,/*-?;: ?  ���������'"'��������� ?" rr;���������"::'/*/?/: /.Signeil,?-"'yy"?/KS^'iyyyv';,__;,,;?;  , ?/ ;/yy,y?.?y?y ���������".'DAVIB FKRCIUSOK./:??  "l-~eri;.uson,IKC., January 21,.ISM,, yy/yT-ln-Sl. ?  ���������Tiie impofcirinn of postage* on iievva-  papi'is Ibou^b ini*re>isiii!_; oiirexjienu. s.  has not I'iuise'.l any incr".i������p in the._nh  riglit  had   "full authority" to  accept^^   sr-Hption   piieo   of .the  Semi-Weekly  ' Herai.U,   but   in   future!   the  rule i;re-  noniinations and wants to know why  Mr. Forrest's papers and deposit were  not handeil' to him on time.' They  | were handed to him at 15 minutes to  one anel refused on the ground that  not being sworn in and being unable  to read the writ to the '"electors, as it  wns not with him. ho had no authority  to receive them. That was Mr. Plow-  right's own statement which the Hkh-  .r.o presumes is worth as much as the  rpiirincr payment in advance must! lie*  imp trti.illy enforced. Subscribers wish-  in tr to discontinue slioulil notify the  publishers I.o that effect.  BIRTHS  '. Nicfioixon��������� \l, Chapleau. Ont., on  Thursday. Ft-bi-uarv 2r.iel. 18TO). the  wife* of \'V. Ii. Nicholson. Revelstoke  of twins.  Needjiam��������� A I. Donald, B. <".. on  Thinwday. Feibfii-iiy lOtli. 18TO, te  Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Needham, a  daughter,'  '4p'^^^p f^?/sp*"  YOU  CAN'T  COME  TOO QUICKLY  I? you v.������.nt to fpot a *ijnp nn any oF  ::.<; UEA ir.'-Y,A UE srtfTS ot ofM  pi-*o������;^ of KArrnent-t I hftvo loft. Th<:y  'mtistgo.' I Vfint my tnorwy only ont  nf th^m to j>ut Into Fyrint Ciotiii for  th*2 'custom v/orlc; CortiCi'itncI Hifj the  fttor'-i   an'l  j?et    zr.y ''jji^e-R-'Afty" cwh  R. S. WiLSON,  Merchant Tailor i  ..DON'T.,  Hack and  Cough.  Your Life Away  FAYETTE BUKER  Fire, Life, Accident,   Loaning and   Investment Agent  ' $40,000 to Loan  On Revelstoke Real Estate  Property  _9flB.B-.<D..n3H���������.>.aR.������cuB.,..a...,u.n������BuuiB'.n.Cd.Ha.&a'juiil'J] .  ,',|,-,:-, ���������',-',^.FERritisoi*!,'.^r.C-'UU Us ',  I Best Keeommodation in tli������. |;  I ���������    ���������MMeauDlsMei"':,?  !  Rates:; *$S._)������ Pcr'Dag,  a M'rrhR damp  a I.I TT i,rc COId'i  A   LITTLI': (.'OlTflll  a niooKft co iron  A  SOItKR TIIUOA.T  in tmkciiicst  on tiik u;;.gs~  f'NKUMONIA  I-'KVUI.'-S  CO NHIJ MI "I'I ON  Tiik  WAY  THEY  Ar.r,  IIKOIN  CHECK   IT  NOW  ���������^���������.ff7^^:^.',7sj(^������x?f7^^:������.^:7f/f/t.^yf.ff:������f:!f:^.  Louisville Restaurant  oppoMte (loursler's.  Meals served at nil houis, day   g  or ninht. S  Antonl  ReBocbcl. Proprietor.       &  ^laA-asrcE meals ������  *S>.������K*a������3ii*3������S������**at>-*:A3_K3|iJ8_^j|i;������  ���������vi.Tir:  Dr. Mackenzic-s English  Cough Balsam  GEOJ. CURTIS  '* THE DRUGGIST,"  Snccen-ior 10 thp. Mcl>. A. W. Co,,  REVEI/fiTOKE STATION,      ������ /    B. C.  I D. Fergusow.. Proprietor'!  XI,3B9..BNl..������ltR.BBRB...r..<..Vt.ail.l"B������.q.R...ERBR.B.anirjl  The Acme--^~>  Soda Water Works  _ItinuractiiriiiK nil kinds or  Aerated Waters, ; Soda anel  Minernl'Waters in,Syphons,  nml llottleH.  Notice of Assignment  Pursuant to the'Creditors Trusta Deeds.', Act  and atneudlng Acts.  Ncitlce ii lierobv given that Isabella Jolinilon  ol Arrowlieud, ll. C, heretofore ceirryltig on  business as a liiercliaiit/at:Arrowlieud under  the namo of ISA DYKES, has In* deed;,elated .  llie lull day of Jiiiiiiury, iS'JD, assigned all her  iieniontil eslale, credits anil effccn which may,,  ue seized ami sold under execution, and all  her real estate to llobert L. Johnston of "Arrow-  lioa_l,_l_.0.. Agent, in trust for the, benelit of  her creditors. * "**        ^    ^���������       ���������  Tlie said deed was eveeuted by the said  Isiibi'llii Johnston on the lllli Junuary,. 18L_>,  anrl bv lhe saiel Hubert L. Johnston on the 16tli  ���������Inmniry; IS'J'.I.  All pel-sons having claims against, .the setiil  Isabella Johnston are required on or before  tin; 181 h day of l-"ebriiary, 189SI, to send to lliu  Irustee full particulars of the same duly  verillcd together vvith ;tlio particulars of the  seeuritv (If nnv) held In- tliein.  NOTICE' IS IlEUEllV "l~UUTin"U GIVEN  that after the said lSth dny of I'obruiiry. 1899,  the trustee vvill proceed In distribute the  assets aniontj those creditors whose claims  have been lodged with him, anil tliat lie will  not be responsible aftor said elate for tho  assets i-o distributed, or any part thereof,.to  uny person or persons, linn or corporation of  whose debt or claim he sliull not then have  received notice.  A uieetiin; of tho creditors, of the saiel  Isabella Johnston will be held at the ollice of  llnrvev .t ~ilcCartor. Molsons Hank Hlock,  Kevels'toke, Il.f!., on Wednesday, February 1st,  18_i!l,"iit a o'clock In the afternoon.  Diitcd at Itevelstoke, 13. C, lho IStll day of  Juniinry.A.D., 1899.  GKO. 3. MrCARTKR,  Solicitor for the above named Trustee.  I'AOTOniES AT_  5������8  Vernon and Revelstoke  M. J. O'BRIEN.'! Proprietor.  Drv or green, cedar or fir, nnv length, de-  llvcrcd on shortest notice Cash must accom  pany the order.  CEDAR $3.50 per Cord  I    FIR $4 per Cord  (Orders  lelt at the   IlEnii.n .office   will   be  promptly attended to.  Teaming    ol    every    description   elono  at  modcrute cash prices.  J. PETTIPIECE  " THE FASHION "  LIVERY   STABLE.  Douglas Street, Revelstoke.  ' First Class Rii."* and Good Driving and Paddle  Ilofses. Nothing but the best Kept in the  Barn. u "  All kinds of Light Draying Work attended lo  promptly.  TELEPHONE IN CONNECTION.  Orders ior  Rigs by Telephone will receive  prompt attention.  I FLEMING & FLEMING, Proprietors.  1  Revelstoke Sash & Door  -���������-������{������ Factory gM^-  Manufacturers of and Dealers in.  Sash. Doors, Turnings, Plinths, Corner  Blocks,  Moiildinjis   of  all   kinds.  Fancy Gables and Verandah work,  Brackets of every description made  to order.    Store anil oflice Fittings,  Window Frames, with Sash fitted  a specialty.  AU the latest machinery.    Dry kiln on the  premises.    Call ana get prices belore  going elsewhere.  ^SAWYER & MANNING.  ;t  f;.


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