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 ���������<U���������i-  *.--_-  ^j^-:'f-'^U'':'-u':'TU '""  J/  /  -ISSTTEID  TWIOE-A-WEBK - *W"E3D3SrESX)A.irS   -A-SsTID    S^l.TTJI^ID^."X"������  Vol.   HI.     No.   18.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1899.  $2.00 a Year in' Advance.  C.B. Hume The Great Departmental Store  &Co.  We have decided  to  drop our  Dry Goods  Line  Until We Have More Room at  our disposal,  And in order to clear it out at once  To Make Room  For a Much  Larger  Stock    -���������  ofV  Gents'  Furnishings  and  Boots and Shoes  " -We Will   Offer the   Entire Stock'  At  Actual  a  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.  -Conie-and-Exanune-the-.stoei-andi  Get Our Prices.  BOURNE BROS.  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  Tarn goes now at 50 Cents.  The Above cut Prices, of  Course, only  ,        apply to CASH purchases.  We are making changes and alterations.  It  is  for  your  convenience.       We  have  1  painters and carpenters tearing down and  improving our store. Last year's business  was big. This year's business will be even  bigger. Our great values gives us good  reasons for the expectation. Goods in all  departments are very low in price* Our  immense new stock of Spring Goods are  arriving daily. Watch for our " Spring  Opening" date. Wait a few more days  for it. Wo are opening up the largest and  and most up to date stock ever exhibited  in Revelstoke.     Come in and look around.  AFTER COPPER MINES  English Companies Inquiring for Copper  Properties in Vancouver  "Copper is the great demand in  British Columbia at the present time,"  suid a local mining broker to a World  reporter this morning. " Tliere are in  the city now three or four representatives of British companies who are  asking for copper propositions which  they wish to buy outright. Copper is  at a good price now and mines are  wanted by outside people. But they  are after proven properties, from  which they can begin to ship very  soon after acquiring them. But while  we should have 100 copper mines  shipping ore we have practically none.  On the coast gold predominates, anel  what English people want now is  copper���������copper everywhere. From nil  reports the Similkameen will be a  copper producing district, but il is not  opened np yet. Of course, there are  such properties as the Nohhill that  hnve made great records. That mine,  for instance, is simply a mountain of  copper, and though it has not shipped  a pound of ore, the stock has gone up  from seven to 83 cents per share in a  year. Of courso there is the Boundary,  creek country, which will bo a copper  producer second to none, wlipn they  get smelters and matting plants in  there, but at the present time the  co'pper mines tliat the outside capitalists would like to buy and are enquiring for are lacking. " But then,"  added the broker with a satisfied sigh,  "this is a young country."  Revelstoke s Great Departmental Store  Hai.O"     &������    Cra������fe -'AbbottMin'esCompany, Limited  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  'evelstoke   Tov/nsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave., Ilcvelstoitc Sta.  Money to Loan.  W. Whito, Q. C. .1. M. Scott. B.A.,LL.1J.  F. L. Gwllliin.  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitoi-s,    Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Rank nf Canada.  Coin puny [iimls to loan at 8 per cent.  office*:   Molsons Rank Block.  First Street.   Revelstoke Btation,  B. C.  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office nnd Residence, two doors east Cowan  Block.  THIRD 81 RKET.CENTIlE.  Night and Day Calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  LADIES' EMPORIUM  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work aspceUa'ty. TeamB  always ready on Bhortcstnoticc. Contracts for  lobbing taken.  Notice  TENDERS will be received' liv the undersigned up 10 noun on Monday, April 10th 1S99,  for an extension .luring the coming summer  of the present tunnel into the Abbott claim,  situated ou Haley Creek, Lardeau distrii't.  The present tunnel is 2C8 feet long, and this  will have to be extended until it crosscuts the  vein requiring an extension of about 300 feet.  This extension must be 6 fcet6 inches in height  by 4 loot in width and continued on tbe line  ot the present tunnel.  Tenders must state prices per lineal foot of  new tunnel excavated, which price will cover  all expenses connected ,with inaintafuancc of  present tunnel while work 1* In progress.  Contractor to furuii.li all tools, labor, plant,  ete., required.  Tho lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  II. ABBOTT,  o    1 "resident Abbott Mines e;o.. Limited,  Vancouver, B. C.  The  Carnes   Creek  Consolidated Gold  Mines, Limited Liability.  Notice Is hereby given given that thc annual  general meeting of ������liarclioldors of thc above  named company will be held at the company's  oflice at llevelstoke, British Columbia, on the  fourteenth day of March, 1899' at two o'clock  in the afternoon, for tbe purpose of electing  officers for the ensuing year and for all other  Kcneral purposes relating to thc management  of the company.  I. T. BREWSTER,  Secretary.  Revelstoke. British Columbia.  February Oth. 1B99. 17-21  $2500 Reward.  Thc undersigned will pay tho above reward  for anv information that will lead to thc conviction of thc party or parties who poisoned  her dog "Joe."  MRS. J. D. GRAHAM,  Revelstoke, B. C, March 1st, 1899. 17-1?  Bankrupt Stock for Sale by Tender  TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to thc loth day of March next for the  purchase of the stock of groceries, drygoods,  gents' furnishings and boots and .shoes  belonging to the Estate of G. F. Fallis,. an  Insolvent, and situate at Revelstoke, B.C.  Highest or any tender notneeesbarilv a-cepted.  Terms and conditions of sale may be had on  application to the undersigned.  Dated Feb. ZSth, 1899.  I. T. BREWSTER, Assignee,  Revelstoke, B. C.  Second-Hand Harness-Wanted  The undersigned ^ants to purchase a number of seta of second-hand work harness with  breeching. Also second-hand wagons, 814 and  S><rira. Apply for address at the Herald  office. 16���������tf  The Great Western Mines, Limited.  The annual meeting of lbe shareholders of  thc above named company will be held at the  office of thc eximpany' in Revelstoke, 3. C, on  the Seventh day of March, 1899, for tbe purpose  of reletting officers, for the ensuing year and  all business relating to the company.  A. E. KINCAID. Secretary.  Rerelttoke, B. C, February 20th, 1S99. td  To Rent  A good-eiied furnished room (without board)  bathroom privileges, at tt a month, Central  location.   Apply at the H_a_U> office.  Tenders Wanted'  SEALED TENDERS will be received up to  noon, Monday, March 13th. for the erection of  a brick veneered building !WxW feet at lhc  Junction of Government and Second Streets:  building to be completed by Juno 10th.  Tenders will be received for mason work and  woodwork, separately or Ior completed build-  ���������n|J.  Lnch tender must*be accompanied bv a bond  satisfactory to tlio committee, for 50 per cent,  of amount of tender, signed bv two sureties,  not members of the I.O.O.F. Lodge, securing  thc completion of building for sum named in  .tender, relieving^ he_loapc_Ir.ini_all. claims  against building for material, labor, etc.  Plans and specifications can be seen at  Oriental Hotel.  Thc lowest or any tender not necessarllv  accepted.  A.C.THOMSON,!  Chairman I.O O.F..  ,,___,_.���������     Building Committee.  Revelstoke, B. C, March 41th, 189y.  Biggest Snap in Revelstoke  For Sale, at a low cash figure, Corner Lot 11',  In Block 8. 1'JOxOO. fenced, opposite Albert  Stone's residence. For particulars call at the  Herald office.  ���������  Notice  If persons having accounti against thc late  ".'ear ol fat. Peters Church (the Rev. F. A.  rord). will turn them into the undersigned,  they will oblige.  A. R. B. IIEARN 1 ���������v.      . ,  W. F. CKAGEI Churchwardens  NURSE  LUCAS  L. O. S., London, England.  Trained,    experienced,     medical,     surgical,  obstetrical nurse, open to engagement.  Address:   NURSE LUCAS, Revelstoke.  EDUCATIONAL CARD  Pencil drawing, black and colored crayons,  oil and water color on canvas, silk, china, etc  Two hours weekly:   ~4 per month.  English (evening class) G hours weekly, J8  per month. French, 2 hours wecklv, J_ per  month.    Latin, 2 hours weekly, it per month.  Special terms to families.  Address: Miss Steele, McKenzie Avenues,  opposite Taylor Block.  A Big Time Coming  A. H. Kelly,of (he Exchequer mine,  who has been in Rossland for the past  week, returned tb Nelson yesterday.  Mr. Kelly is convinced fiom what he  heard and saw in Spokane that tbe  coming summer is to be one of, the  bignest seasons over exporiorieed in  the mining world. ��������� "Unless scuiipthiiig  unfbrseer. happens," sa'id.lKi ton Miner  repeirter Inst night, "in 1 few months  British Columbia will be in the midst  ol one of the biggest mining booms in  her history. It will not he 11 boom in  the ordinary sense of the word, but it  will be one which will mean the.inflow  of capital from the east and across the  Atlantic*. A war such ns came List  summer between the United States  and Spain is the only thing that can  prevent the most prosperous times.  Of course the greatest, interest innni-  fested in Spokane is in Republic mines  but 1 hen* is more inquiry for British  Columbia preipertiei than for some  time past. Thnt good times are coming I li'nve no  doubt."���������Nelson  miner.  A Main Line Problem  'The Canadian Pacific RaiHv-ny will  soon have a problem to face,' either in  -th"e~ree-cihstriii"tion~6f-tlie���������Ottertail  bridge or the divergence of the rond to  escape the big gulch. This is nn old  problem and has often been discussed,  but. now '.hat, all wooden structure"** on  the main" line in East Kootenny are  being replaced by substantial bridges,  the problem has again ceurie up. The  divergence of the road would not onlv  avoid the reconstruction of Ihe bridge,  hut get rid of the heavy incline up the  big hill.' The divergence would cnin-  iiieiice three miles west of Ottertail  station, :ind pt-aetiially follow the heel  of the Kicking Horse river to near  Field Station.'  THE CRIMINAL LIBEL CASE  The   Cnarge   Dismissed by the   Magistrate Yesterday Afternoon  The charge of criminal libel brought  hy J. D. Sibbald against B. R. Atkins  of the Mail, came np again yesterday  afternoon before C. Lindmark ami T.  L. Haig, J.P's. J. M. Scott for the  prosecution; J. Murphy for the  defence.  J. D. Sibbald was the first witness  called. He stated that the articles  complained of referred to himself.  Cross-examined.���������Hud used the expression " a character to maintain " in  connection with lifa dismissal. "All  expenditure on the canyon rond was  paid by voucher.  B. R. Campbell produced a cooy of  the Kootenny Mail containing the  articles and the original copy. The  defence admitted the authorship of the  defendant.  G. E. Grogan stated that on reading  the article " Questions and Answers,"  he considered that, tne meaning imputed was that Sibbald lind misappropriated the balance .$2075. Thought the  editorial imputed that Sibbald had no  character worth maintaining.  11. Gordon took the article to mean  that the writer wanted to convey the  idea that Sibbald knew that he was  dismissed 011 account of wrongful  expenditure of ������2.075 on the canyon  rond. By wrongful expenditure he  meant that it was either carelessly  spent or wilfully used to benefit himself or his'friends. Toe*k the editorial  to mean that on account of the character of the plaintiff before his dismissal, anything he would say now  about his character would not help  him.  Dr. McKechnie slated tliat he  thought on reading the article that  the writer wished to imply a misappropriation of a certain sum of money  by Sihhnld. The editorial reflected  very seriously on Sibbald's. character.  . Cross examined.���������The writer meant  that Sihbald's private 'character was  under ast.lin.".The expression".".blameless life" reflected on his private life.  Thought a suggestion of dishonesty  was made.  T. E. L. Taylor stated that his impression on reading the article was  that-it meant "that the money hnd  been c-nrelessly or indiscriminately  used. Thought the editorial was  sarcastic* and, cast imputations upon  Sihbald's character. It held him up  to ridicule. It was a specimen of the  usual bickering indulged in hy the  local papers.  This closed the case for the prosecution. No witnesses were called by the  defence.  J. Murphy addressed the court for  the defence, inking the line that the  articles coin plained of were directed  solely   against    Mr.   Sibbald   in    his  Expend Your Push and Money Here.  , If 0110 half the people who are now  going to thi* Boundary creek towns  would stay where tbey are and make  the best of their opportunities they  would be vastly better olf three  months hence. "A rolling stone  gathers no moss." is a proverb that,  ought, to he borne in miiiil by every  man in the Sloc-itu.���������New Denver  Lejdge.  WE ARE- A CITY NOW  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF  REVELSTOKE GAZETTED  ELECTION1 DAY FIXED MAR. 22-  Nominations will be Taken at the'  Court House on' March 15 at noon by  Fred FraseV, Returning; Officer���������If  You'Want a Vote' You .Must Look"  After it Yourself and Make Applica-'  tion.  The B. C. Gazette of'the". 2nd .March1  contains a proclamation.of the Lieutenant-Governor riiaking Revelstoke  a  city fiom March  1st, 1890,������ under th'j*  name of'The Corporation.of- the City  of Revelstoke.   The council is to consist of a mayor and six aldernian, four'  to constitute a quorum.-. The nomination is to take place   at  the  Court.'  House on March 13th, at 12 noon  and  the polling, if any, at the  same  place"  on March 23nd, between the  hour's of  10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and Fred. Fraser  is"  appointed  returning .offle-er.    The  re"-"  turning  officer has to'  make   up   the  voters' list from those, who make  application to have" their names  placed  thereon.    Every voter will have seven,  votes, one  for ene-h   alderman   to   he  elected and one for mayor. , The  first  meeting of council'will be held 011  the .  first .Saturday  after election   day   nl-'  the Court House at 12 noq'n.   "*  THE NETTIE L  Further  Reports  from   This . Promising"  -..Lardeau Property _-*  W.   B.   Pool   and   D.  F. ��������� Camerony  returned from the Lardean  yesterday"  from a visit to the Nettie L to  niake-a"  report for the  Great Western Mines, ~  Limited, which company will hold  its^  annual' meeting here   next-Tuesday."  They are  well   pleased-with   the   ap--"  peafiince   of'the- mine,' which  fully  cnmi's   up   to   the   recent   newspaper-  reports, which have been  made of it.  They   will   prepare' a report for the  meeting and outline a place of develop-'  ment wliich will appear in -our next  issue.   Specimens from every part of  tho   le-id   have   been   sent" away for'  assay, but only two have been returned'*  so far, which are as follows,   made  by.' .  Howard West o'f New Denver: -  No. 1 galena, containing gray copper,'"'  zinc blende and traces of iron  pyrites; ���������  gold 75c., -silver 351.8 oz., lead C5.0 per  cent., copper 4.9 per~cent.      No 2,  fino  grained galena;   gold 30c,   silver 134.7".  oz., lead 29.1cper cent., copper 2.0 percent?  Pectoral Balsam  .WILL CURE.  Coughs  Colds  Bronchitis  Influenza,   Cold in  the   Head,   Asthma  and all Throat and Long Affections.  It will also be found  helpful in   Kidney  . .       .and'Urinary Diseases.  C. K REID _& CO.  Wish it Was Same Here.  A battle of giants will he witnessed  this summer in the Slocan and Bounel-  ary Creek districts. Mr. "Jim " Hill  Sir .William Vau Home will struggle  for the* mastery. As competition of  this kind is the very best thing for thf*  mining interests, the* mine owners in  those* parts are* saying. " Let 'em all  come I"���������B.C. (London) Review-.  Shortly Sized Up  Thc Victoria Colonist published on  Wednesday contained a review of the  members of thc House as debaters. It  dismisses onr mis-representative ir.  two lines:  " Mr. Kellie is making a very serious  mistake. The part of a liulToon is a  very risky one to nttempt."  The Beatrice  Hugh Macphersem of Tront Lake  Oily h.-is taken a contract In rawhide  the ore taken out oPthe: Beatrice at  the head of Mohawk creek bust summer. . There is a large quantity of ore  on the dump.  oilicial capacity and filiel no reference  to his private life. The dismissal of  Mr. Sibbald was in question nnd the  Mail was given as one reason for it tbe  discrepancy between lhe surveyor's  report of the amount which the wagon  road should have cost and what it  actually did, as came out in the  answers given to Mr. Kellie in the  legislature. The editorial might have  been Hiireastie but was no worse thnn  others whicli were appearing every  day. Mr. Murphy gave copious  exiriicts to prove that criticism of an  official in his official capacity was one  of the* functions of the press and that  this duty was necessary to society.  J. M. Scott quoted'the law of libel  and claimed that the Mail had pxee'd-  ed tlm hounds of fair comment. Mr.  Sihbiild's privite character had been  seriously aspersed by the articles in  the Mail and only one interpretation  could he placed on them which was  that they impjted dishonesty. No  body could take any other meaning  out of them. He had taken that  meaning out of them.'' He had taken  that meaning himself. Mr. Sibbald  hnd a character to maintain and he  meant to maintain it. He was now  maintaining it by the only course open  to him. He������ asked the court to send  the case up for trial.  After adjourning the court for half  an hour their worships dismissed the  case. Mr. Haig snid that the court  considered that the articles reflected  on Mr. Sihbald's in his official capacity  alone and that there was no evidence  to show that they had been taken in  any other way. At the same time he  deprecated the writing of articles out  of which more than one meaning  could he taken anrl the bitterness of  the local press generally. Mr. Lindmark added that in his opinion it was  the newspapers wliich kept np mmh  of the "trite in town and expressed a  hope that there would be less of this  controversial matter in them in future.  THE SILVER CUP  A Fresh Strike of Ten Inches of  Gray  Copper  A fresh strike was made on the  Silver Cup last Monday in the east  drift from the main tunnel. At 115-  feet in the drift a ten inch view of the  famous gray copper ore of the Silver-  Cup was struck, being the richest  strike yet made in the mine.  Dominion Lands at.Revelstoke  The only l.ind the Dominion government has for sale in Revelstoke are"  Villa Ix)td 42 to ftS, at prices varying  from $00 to $700 according to size and  situation. Terms one-third cash,  balance in two equal annual inxtal-  metits with intei est at 0 per cent.  Should a purchaser improve his lot by  the eifction of buildings, etc., to the  value of at least $300 within 12 mouths  of date of sale, a refund of half thu-  purcha-se money will hu allowed.  Accident at Rossland  Rossland, March 2.���������W. A. Carlyle,.  superintendent of the British American Corporation, met with a painful  accident last niglit. He fell -jii the  sidewalk after ieaving the rink, sustaining a fracture of the left knee cap.  Dr, MiKenzie, who is attending'Mr.  Carlyle. has every hope, ot his being-  able to regain full use of the leg. Mr.  Carlyle was formerly provincial min-*  eralogist.  The I.-X. U Mine '  A party of miners under Mr. Gordon  are working on the , I.X.L. claim ot.  the Pool group, near Ferguson, for a  Vancouver eompnny. They are running a tunnel.along tbe fciotwall iind  are in 25 feet, the intention beine to  run in 30 feet "and crosscut. As soon  as the season permits. >t much iarger  foice will he put on this property and  work vigoiottsly prosecuted.       "        , ,|j Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests o  JUvutsmke. Lardeau,  Big o, nd, Trout Lake  Mfcerfllewaei, Allen Cunjou, .lordan  Pace* and Katjle f ass 1 istrlctB.  a aroiuiaoN.  .Proprietor.  X B������__l-WroklT Joarnal, pnbllBhed in tho  imtrnttrnm et Ratekto_e and tho surrounding  Sitrlet. _re4-M_������7~ and -BtnrdajB, making  Siamt wuvctloni with all tiolns.  AiTsrtlalBg Bates: Display nds, ?1.SO per  ���������oJanui lMh.K.00 pel-loch whcnlnpcrtf don titlo  ���������ua Local arti. 12c pur (nonpareil) line for  Kt IbmtU-b : Be for sach addillonnl insertion.  _ aaellni nntlrn lie per lino each issue. B>~-~i,  ^BnAa������������__id Death notices, freo.  Bnh-crlp-on ltates: By mail or currier. 82 TO  per ������mn_m ; f 1,15 for six months, utriclly >n  OurTob Depurtitieni: line Ukhai.d Job  Bwtutaeat !��������� on������ of the boat oqulppod  ������rtati_������ of_c������ la West Kootenay, and lu pre-  sand Mti-cnte all kinds of printing in llrst  I MyU at bone������l prlocn.   One prico to. all  ��������� ���������JoVtooTarB_^-nb5l'"t'..osiiiallrforu������.   Mall  ���������din ������r������wpily atuuded to.   Give us a Irlul  ���������rdan. r������rap_ J  ������n your next order  To Oorrwponncntt  We ln~  ;spond-  cbm on aor subject of Interest to thu general  pnblie. and dealru a rcllabl' r.igulur corres-  Donde-t ln eveiry iocali' surrounding  -te-relatoke. In all oases the bona lido imnio  of th* writer must accompany lnonuscrlpl, out  sot nec������i-u������Hly for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Rivelstokc, B.C  THE WORLD'S  MAELSTROM  From Thc Calgary -Herald  Will someone kindly inform us of  the whereabouts of any country on  the face of the earth that is not moro  or lcr.s in a ferment from one year's  end to the other?  Germany is certainly novor quiet.  She receives too much fostering attention from her busy emperor to allow  ni any such nonsense as tuiict. Aus-  .n:i i.n.* a lurljulence going on all the  iline within her holders that ihe public hears Utile abou, lor the reason  uui ine i:u!'oiiC'!iii press hns got everlastingly tiieel of descanilng on the  subject." ahc may be likeiieu io a potpourri nl' opposing nationalities bubbling and seething In a pot thai is  liable to run over any moment, especially Uie moment after tho death  or old Vi-iiii"-. ,lo!-.c'ti!i. which cannot be  fur distant. Franco hns something  fresh, siartling nml unpleasant hap  poning ever day in  choppy,     clangorous  GREAT FIRE  The Minneapolis Tribune Building Goes  Up in Flames  Minneapolis, February 25.��������� Tho  building of the Minneapolis Tribune,  owned by tho Tribune company.which  Issued four editions elaily and had a  circulation of 50,000, went up in (lames  last night. Over 50 employees woro  working in the place at the time, for-  tuuaielv lhey al lescnpod uninjured.  All the plant ol' the Tribune was lost,  including two largo Webb perfecting  presses, stereotyping outfit, a dozen  Mcrr't'iulinier Linotypes. Loss is estimated  at over $100,000.  THE BURDEN  St. Leon  3HP������  ;tfmmmmmmmmmwmmm??wm?mmmffirmmffl??!t������  I   THE MOLSONS BANK   I  g_ Incorporated by Act or.* Paumamijnt, 1So5.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  H6TICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  aorre-ponde-nce    muit   bo    legibly  ../do of the paper only.  ^^  1. AU  writ***������������ ���������*���������    ��������� .  .  ���������  t   C������rr������_>o_-race      containing  ^���������tuir-i-uii *-8l_n������d whn U'8 Pr por namo  ^'^-Jofi-anw "with reference to i-ny  willW hm appeared In another pal er  SJitf iSrt bi .ff-r-Tfor publication lo Hat  payer tefore it can appear in Tin. H-HAi.p.  SATURDAY,  MARCH   -l.  1S9_.  THAT COMMISSION  The great International Conference  at "Washington, from which so much  tax hoped, has come to nothing. The  ���������Canadian representatives have lelt  the States without achieving anything. The" commission, it is true,  bas apparently only adjourned until  August, but this is as good as Killing  the venture, as it is unlikely that anything could be done then, no results  having come of six months conference. The prestige of the liberal  government is irremediably injured  by the failure of its representatives  m effect anv reciprocal measures  --���������ith the States. The commission,  which Sir Wilfrid Laurier announced  with such a flourish of trumpets, has  proved Inefficient, and his fame as a  statesman is therefore lowered.  That it has proven resultloss ha has  only his own policy lo blame. lly  BistarifE ho gave to the States voluntarily many things for which he  raight have obtained a quid pro eiuo.  His British preferential tarilf blocked  the way to his giving to the Slates  other things that the. Americans  w������re willing lo exchange benefits for.  Tb fact he has returned to Ottawa  after a long period of useless "lobbying" in the Senate and Congress ot  another State. The country has also  bc-en put to a large expenditure without any results. When *" the people  compare this commission with tlie  Washington treaty In 1871 at which  Sir John A. ilaedonald was Canada's  representative, and at which iu three  months more was done than tho present commission has even siarled lo  em. the policy of Sir Wilfrid and his  colleagues has to take a" back seat.  j Of  the  White Men Still   Heavy in the  ���������,,    I Soudan  llie   year.        1 he   ._   .      u waves    of    her |    Soudan, February 111.���������In tho House  stormy existence never subside. Drey- of Commons today Broderick, the par-  fus yesterelay. Fame today, u coup llaiiientary secretary of tho foreign  d'etat -tomorrow. tier newspapers oflice announced that Colonel Kitchen-  never lack for copy. Italy is epiiot er had found llie Khalifa with a forco  just now. not because she wauls to of 0,000 Dervishes occupying a strong  be, but because, being on the verge position about 42 miles from the Nile,  of bankruptcy, she cannot be other- Not having sudlcicnt forces with him  wise. As with men, so with nations: to justify risking an attack, Kitchener  il takes money to whoop things up. retired on Omilurman. On the 15th  She has not got over lhat disastrous of February it was reported there  Abvssininn campaign yet, when Men- that thc Khalifa's cavalry had clefeat-  elik made a fool of her army- Hall' eel a body of friendly Arabs on the  is supported by tourists in much thc White Nile. Preparations aro being  same way as a boarding house land- made to stop tho Khalifa's advance,  ladv is supported by boarders. Take The JIahcli's tomb has been demolish-  away tho country's ruins, the art gal- cd by order of the Sirdar,  lcries, museums and historical associations,   and   half   of   her   source   ot  income, whicli  is small enough,woultl QUEER  ADVERTISEMENTS  disappear.    Sunny   Italia  is liko  unto  one of Iter own iiiiuimerablc hegsars.      A   ,.,este,,,   man   atlvcrtises     f  standing idly on one leg at the coin-  ,voman to ..,vasl    { d     n,   t  cr of Europe, waiting for pennies to   t,ows... aml muK  drop   into  a I'^lMa  ������ip  chased   m      _.���������,._. ,, an advcniscmcnl [rQm the  bas-roncf uy a Bomcnuto Collini. As  c.ohimns ot-        English C011I.t jom.nal  for  Turkey,���������hero we have  tuo spec-  ...��������� ._.   -.    .-*"._.     .    " ."'ii11  fc PAID TJP CAPITAL      ....      $2000.000  *>~ REST FUND ......      ������1,CC0.000  ������C~ DIKECTHIIS:   \\'u. Moi.Jiin MAi'i-liKii-Oii, l'resli'i'nl;  S.  11. Ewixei, Vice President:  g*- XV. II. IlAMSAV, SAML-KI.   Fl -I.KT, HFKHT Alll.'lIUIAI.I', J. 1'. i;i.i:i!iiuiiN,  Sw ll. .Makki.a.".ii Moi.su.v  fc F. Woiti-Kimix Thomas, General Miuuigcr.  A genei'iil banking business transacted,  rates.  -^3  =3  Inlercst allowed at. current :3������  J.  IX MOI_--0,V, 3-  M.lNACir.U,   liKVULD Illicit   11. O.       ZS  ^u^a^^aai^^aiiiuua^jUJ^U'ii.u^i^i^i,i'._i^^A-;^i,i.i-j['..  KATES.   $1 oo   PER   DAY  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  We]] Known for Their  Health Givicg Properties.  THE  RESERVE SYSTEM  taclo of a wicked olel man sittin  on an open keg of gunpowder siiiok  ing cisai-etlcs. Ills happy air of insouciance has already led many of  his neighbors to believe that tho old  gent is laboring under the impression  lhat the keg contains black sand, but  not being sure of this, they leave  him alone. He is liable to explode  the black sand theory ir they bother  him loo  much, and  lhey know  it.  Spain, where arc tho galleons of  Spain now! It wore a kindness to say  littlo of this country, which, oikl as  il may seem, is associated in the public mind not so .vividly wilh stories  of tlio Inquisition, nor of the Car!ist  wars, nor of her former supremacy  on the sen, as with Cervantes' im-  . mortal story of Don Quixote and San-  cho Tanata." Even up to the sadder  events of her history which aro now  In tho process of culmination, tho  mere  iho  imagination  knight, lance in hand, ambling alon .  on Rosinaute. Norway and Sweden I  as a nation is a house divided against j  itself and is bound to fall. The king I  who has just abdicated was strong ,  I balanced mentally, iinusu-  for a king, but unfortunately  the crown prince who succeeds him  is weak both menially and physically,  being blessed with none of that plebeian ruggedness ao long characteristic: of the Horuadotte family. England, as we well know, is never with  'Hit a  on. tli  ed  Blankets! Blankets! Blankets! For  *~' domestic and charitable purposes of  every description, qualify, size and  weight."  The following advertisement is from  an Australian papor: "Wanted, a  young woman (the plainer tlie better) to help a small, genteel family in  their domestic matters:-ono without  ringlets   preferred."  An American paper published in  Paris recently contained the following advertisement: "A young man of  agreeable presence, and desirous of  gelling married, would like to make  llio acquaintance of an aged and experienced gentleman who could dis-  sune'.c him."  Here is a specimen of domestic'advertising from the columns of tlie  London Times: "Mrs. George Ashton, 5 Victoria street, AVestminster,  takes   this  t. opportunity   of   thanking  mention of Spain summoned \o  ^T^^^a^ol^  Mbion ot  me  lau   ot- ller niari.iagc..  FILLED UP ON SOUP  Iwho has  and well  ally  so  fi  Both Hotels Qpf^ for the Winter  Llio 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  the Landing.  Good nocotnmoiliilio.-'. A ������ood br.r  well sii]i~ilied with c'.n ice winca  liquors and cigai'3.  Frco Bjis Meets All Trains  Brown   So Pool,  Proprietors.  Telegraphic Communication. -  $1.25-.per. day..  Bath's Tree. *     Rates  Do   You   CUant   a  J-lome'in    This    Gro-juing  F?eiilcjuey   Centre   ?  Criming   ond  o  Proprietor.  One of the few men who really  understood the Indian character was  the late Archbishop Taehe. In an  important paper, -written at the close  of 1SS5, on the causes which led to ihe  Halfbreed rebellion and the reasons  for lbe open sympathy felt by tho  Indians v.iih the Metis. Dr. Tache  made it clear that he had no use for  Uie reserve system. "There is a class  of men." he wrote of the Indians, "but  tittle understood by the Canadiau  pc-ople in general, and who will never  ~iie~entireiy "comprehended���������-exeept-by-  those who speak their language, who  have lived among them, and who have  given' them their sympathy. Canada  will never kno~v the ordeal in which  it has placed .the prourl children of  tho prairie by packing them on reserves, there to suffer the pangs of  hunger and to brave iho struggles of  a semi-captivity. One  must    havo  E-en the undaunted Indian, erect In  t'r-e midst of the Immense prairies, his  flashing eye scouring the boundless  horizon," inhaling an atmosphere of  liberty not to be found elsewhere,  glorying in a fort of royalty which  had neither the embarrassments of  riches nor ihe responsibilities of  dicnity. And then lock at the  Indian of today, dragging his misery,  deprived cf his incomparable independence, reduced io want and semi-  stj-.rvaiion, anel having aelelc-el to his  vices the loathsome consequences of  ihe immorality of ihe whiles."  It must.be ������elf evident lhat the  whole tendency of the rc-s-orv* system  Is to stifle and destroy the "incomparable Independence" of which th-"  Archbishop spc-alcs and without which  the Indian becomes a mere pauper.  Archbishop Taehe's refc-rence to  Indian Treaties also contain" much  food for thought. He rightly pointed  out that the treatic-*; were not understood by the untutored Indian. He  listened to the form, but did not detect the meaning and there-fore,  according to the Archbishop's reason-  inc. did not accept tho consequence.*".  The glamor of many colore' shirts  and blankets free, to say nothing of  the prospect of being f-?d for life at  the white man's expense, blinded the  aboriginee to the Territorial rights  and the personal liberty ho was. bartering away.  As the Marquis of Lansdowne saiel  after "visiting the Ncrth West Indians:  "It if impossible to msct these poor  "~~������ople RHd to listen to thr-ir' Btr.t~-  tnents without thc deepest feeling of  sympathy for thoir present position.  They are the aboriginal inhabilan'..  of this continent. They regard  themselves, and not without i-f-asnn.  aa the legitimate occupants of th"--  soil. "We can^'scarcely be surprised  if their hearts occasionally sink  ���������wlthln them when they see. as th"y  -xpresa It themselves, that the white  maals gt~r~:lng rich and the Reel-man  pWStTf', witU feach yfc'ar that pabbeb."  J hoy tell of a rural legislator who  went to Ottawa and to a swell dinner.  Tolling of it afterward, he said: They  brought in some soup. It was good  soup, but not enough to make a dinner of. lint there did not seem to be  anything else io eai. Tha table was  covered with knickknaeks and tiowers,  war on her hands somewhere but nothing that would stay by a man  face of Uie globe. The Unit- till morning, so I "asked for another  Stales also has suddenly become pinto of soup, being pretty hungry,  one of the warriors of the world with They brought it to me. and then'l  whom all will have to reckon som1:- asked for still another, though nobody  day. She is Keeping some of the best else seemed to take more than ono  of them guessing right now. China plate, and I die! not like to appear  is about io he dropped on ihe floor greedy: bur I tohl 'em I hadn't on������ ot  and everyone will he around to ph-ic your delicate city appetites. but a  up thc pieces. Turmiol on every good healthy country one, anel they  siele. One cannot enumerate the woes smiled anel waited for me to finish";  of eveiy country. Liko mortals they end the soup was so gooel anel I sej  have their troubles anel their skele- hungry that I tock still another,  tons. Universal peace on earth -will Well, after that I'm blamed if they  come all right, but as It is not billed .o'irtn't bring in the best dinner I ever  to appear before the elay of judgment, sr-w, and th>*re r sot. chuck full of  it wil Inot do us much good.      Even   soup, and couldn't eat a thing.  Canada,   ihe  peaceful  home    of    the] '     pumpkin and squash, has its Calgary  Revelstoke.  City Directory  (1897-00)  for 1899  Now in Course of Preparation  Tr will t.ilec tiiroe moiitlii' to compile,  alone.    It will lie  Help I  Bigger, Eetter, and Right Up-to-Ds.te  TT'.tli rnnt*. etc :  cliy council, nnd .ill complete:  R.-ypKoUc's    resource.",    Inhahilautv  liusincv  lioiT-e": in fnci, the handiest book ever issued  IaKe-.-el-.loke.    l'rice: .'Occiil-''.  j    Advertising r.-itcs on Application.  R. P. PETTIPIECS,  Revilsto^c  fin Excellent  Se_^__-QOt-_       James y", 19,20.  Delivered before the Orange  Lodge, No. 1058, at Revelstoke,  13 C, in the Methodist church  on Sundav morning. Nov. Cth,  1S0S, by Rev. S. ,T. Thompson,  in a- neatly printed 13-page '  pamphlet.  Tliere. are more lintel facts  and valuable information in  this little booklet than you  can imagine until "you have  rend ii. It's worth a dollar if  it's worth a cent  Mailed to any address for 25c  R] P. PETTIPIECE, Revelstoke, B.C  The 0. & K. steam Navigation Company have some of tlio incut do,  lighlful pioperty iri Rovolstoke. It ia charmingly situated, '.handy to  lo any portion of thu Lown".-   Como and enquire about it at oni;e.    Easy  terms if uecessary. - *'  i J  HHIG & G^RIG, Sole Agents  F.JVteCJiRTY  .  .Wholesale and Ketail Dealer ih. .-���������..".   PRIJV-H BEEF,'.PORK.--*  !  .//U3TTQJ4 JlJiD-BOTSJlSE  '.Fish   and   Game   in    Season.        Markets   at   Itnvelstoke,  Revelstoko Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  Git-y-co  !.-~This  ���������ji--5Cr?in tr'v���������tv*"*!*' '* ������������������  A  V?  i. ���������  A TOUCH   OF KATURE  li is curious how in the climacteric  tr.oments of a crisis the humble come j  into sudden and unexpected touch ���������  w'th the great. The details enn- \  nected with the death of Foli*-; Faure i  is a caso in point. Emily Crawford. ���������  the well known correspondent for tho '  London Daily News, writes that when '  the President was slrickon Qown.-_._inj:-.  his room Mrs. Faure ordered sonic one .  'O get a priest immediately. Pl-.<-  sent fcr four different prleFts to ma!;.*  .nre of finding one at home. Unauy  telling.*,the messengers to fetch tli.-*  lirst ono ihey set eyes on. A solrilnr  rode swiftly done lhe Flue St. Honoro .  on his bicycle and espied ,i priesr. tho  bumbles! of ihe humble, who was an  adjunct of a neighboring polie-c .  station. '"Come with me," said th?:  ���������Midler. At ihe gat.> of the Blyeeo i  Palace the soldier ?aiel to the pries!: i  'Co in and elo the best you can for.  rhe President who Ij dying. He is j  not a bad e-hap." TIiIh last remark, \  which is possibly but a fro** transl.i-|  lion of th������i common expression: *'li i  n'i*st pas inauvais garcon," is ev- j  plained by the fact that. President:  F.-.iiro was a Free Mason onel not!  wholly in sympathy with all tlio |  Roman Catholic tenets. The soldier j  knew that the priest was aware* ct l  this ojid in his clumsy way wished to; IgJ  square- the Preisielont of the? Republic ?.*.  willi tho church the best he l-:ncw *t*^<  "r-ow. Tli-* prif">i pnr.-i'l in anel ������.-!- 1'--/"  ministered  lhc  la_l sacrament.  .*Ka������-  &* . &* . *a* .  ^ .fi& . 00 .00 . 00 ./S0,f^./^0.0^.t0Sl.tBr>.tS^.fB> ./&*.<*' 'I������*'  ���������     <^.r rpBa-SSB^ <Sba-tSS^r iSS������r ^S-r JP������-������*>- fflyfflr������'������>'<������   ������i,  ,ssS,  A  w m?  -,   31  '���������-//  iii  ito  Hi  ito  ito  , W  Inlrodvrinij in a )vnr.l r.,'ciii>itj and, ririrt manner cricx of fire, the, f/allovini/  iif hoeurs, the fire lell, llir wtiiHlle of the fire, alarm, lha runniny onl of tlie  flour, ami a xptrndid chorvn, ran be reproduced nn llie. Grapfioplione.  MI.VSTItEL STlOWS. wilh overture, jokcn and romiv xongx.  A  CI/'CCS. wilit jokt'x by the elownn, and new jokes too.  CO?,/ fC SOXOS hy all lhc leading .lingers: for example���������  "WI/AT DID DEWEV UOr ly Dan W. Qninn. and hundreds of other thing*  ran noir lit- rpprodntrd on the Graplioyihrnir.  Graphophones at Reduced Prices.  Graphophones as Cheap as Dirt.  Small Graphophonen, Large GrapficphoneH, Coin Slot Graphophones.  Records kept in .-dock.    Rccordu offacourite aonga made daily.  ramophones and  Records on Sale.  f'lince   Kripolkin,   who  visii'd   Al-  *r:M"ta two years' ago has thin to say  of tho Do-lchobora:      "Vou will  liko  theso people when yon know them. I  have a high opinion  of the Russian  peasants as  a  ml", hut these people |  aro superlative representative!:   of tha !  best   feature*--   of  the  RuB-dan   people. I  They  will  as worker.,  ar.'!  a->  intolli- I  gi'iit agriculturists be tli-.' most eJi-._-.ir- j  able      sc;t of colcuiisls.      In  the  Cat!- j  casus they mak" ganhns om of r.tor.o :  plains.     Thf:y aid each olher entirely. |  work very much in common a .d prob- j  l^rni  which  we  intellectually  find   s*j .  difficult to solve tbey solve with  the !  u'lB-bbt fclniplicity." '  ito  ito  \to  /Ml"  THE GEISHA LANCERS are uplendid, and we have the Mimosa Waltz from  tin: "rune opera.  j\ large, con nig am nil of Viol initj tint arrire.O', from Sl.'O lo ���������?".  Baiijo.i, A ut.ttlinrpi, Guitaru, Mandolin ft, and, cdl lUitftical Sup)ilie,t.  TIIE FAMOUS GE/UIA/U) HEtNTZMAN and .1/011/t/S PIANOS.  Call ul our Store cm Stephen Ave/iuet or ���������write uf. ont'c, mentioning litis papef.  The filberid jttusic Co., CalgarO.     *  _������-������---__.TEMPSST & SMITti.  *:t\ . *-**������ .  "^������i.. *i>,��������� -av ��������� ,ri~" *~~r~- ��������� ""'*��������� '~~~* ��������� "���������������>- S"������v ��������� >:1\'rw". ��������� ^"n* *"������. ���������J5B~i.,^">  ���������.-.-.> ^*5r������ '*_3j> ^crffr ^t������? j^J&> -^8i* **Gt> -^JfS> -<������������������ <<SCV -^W; -"WB> -<K> -4&i <  &*��������� 0*J ��������� f&j- ������Z0 ��������� (-,������:��������� gr^l ��������� ^0 ��������� ftiir' ��������� fiJ ��������� fitfl ��������� fzJ ��������� fit!/    0*1 ��������� ft*,-. ,*0 ��������� llzrf. ^0 ��������� ,&:)��������� ������3? ��������� fix*' ������Z* ��������� 00 -f0  Largo light? bed rooms.  Talilo* rnrniirheil with  the choi^ei-t. the innrket  .-. I.oril,-. "��������� Jlest Wine:3  if'iior-*.' ' '.".'.'.'d'     Cigars  Iltvte-i   $1.00 a  elay.     iM on thi y-,,r_ue.  .]. A LI.l-RT STONE,'Props ie'tor  THE PIONEER LIV-ERY���������^ra-  ������    Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Trout Lnlno District  *~..i.,A --.-.....  .���������   ....  S.id.lie . nnd      Puck    Horses  always for hiie.  I'leighling  s-pr'ci.'.liy.  Ti-amiug   a  Daily Si.-ige leaves Thomson's Landing'every morning at 7 o'clock  ' for Tfout"ttTl^Uilyr^F6r"-p"a"i'tm^^  CRAIG & IIILTjMAIV, Thomson's Laniiino.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKTIIODIST OHURCU ��������� Ilorol-tokn.  i'luncliluKcBeri ieci) ki 11 n.in. mid 7:30  p.m. 1'lana mvetlni; ut llio closo tit the  mnrninte ncrvico. ^nlibi'tli tichool and Ilililo  Olans at 2:110 p.m. W". i-kly pruyor uieoting  every Wcdneaiiiiy ovei.lni.' at 7:l>0 p.m. The  public nre cordially invlied.   Bi'Hta free.  ItEV. H. .7. THOMVSON, I'n-tor.  pllUHCU OF KNOI.ANO-St. IVterV  Vv Hevi'1-.toki) IIouiMor nervine: KvinlnK  lira)..-.- iliiily ul 0 o'cloi'k Fridays ul MX)  Sundays iind Fcelir-ilH: Holy Ci.iiiiiiiinioii ut,  a.m.. inornini; prayer nt. II. Smidny Seliool  nndBllilc Clii'H lit Viljil. evonliiK prny r ill 7::t0.  first Siindny ln lliu month Holy Cominimlon  at morniiiK serviecB.   PKKSHVTISItlAN UHURUH���������Ueyolntoleo.  eorvioo everj 8iiiieluy ul II n.in. uiiil 7::'0  p.m. Bib'o Cl.op at 2::������0 p.m., to which  ull uro welcome. I*ruycr ixcctiiiK at H p.m.  every Wcdnenlny.  KF.V. T, MF.NZrRS. P.-.slor.  ROMAN   OATHOLIe!   CUUROri ���������Hevel-  Htoko.    MiRS   Ilrht ur.d llilrd *liinilayiiIn  month at IO:*) u m.  ItKV. FATIIEIt THAYEK.  SALVATION ARMY���������McollnRS every niglit  In lhc:r lm 1 on "'cont S'reit  Tfye Vernon Soda  Water3 Works . ,  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manufacturer of Soda Water, 3inger  Aio, Hurt'tpriliu and all Soft Drinks.  A full Riipply kept. In "tock   nt  Mc-  Curty'a  Cold StornKJ. where orders    -   r.r-n lip loft.  i>?Q._iw-tf  REVELSTOK  ifiOH  Bl.R.okRinitliiuevJo'bbiiis:  PIuraTiiuff.   3?iP3 Fitting  Sheet Iron Worit  3?*Iftejii!7.o*ry EtePaired  "ining Work a Specia?ty_������������aa *  HOET. GORDON  Revelstoko  Station.  ve  "IC73  Loyal  Oraago   Lodg-o. No.  1658.  Ilcgiiliir  nipotliipr-  nie  held  In tlie  Oilillellmi-s Hull  uu tin- lliir.l l-VUWy  of I'licli niniilli at 7.:w p. in.   Visiting  Iii'i-tliri'ii t-iinliiillv inviteil.  W. li. IHrney. "W'.M.s !?��������� r. Pettl-  lili:."i', l.'.'e. See.; Ui". T. Jefl's, Fin. See ; Tlios.  Siccd, TreiisuriT.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  1.0.F..No.3,|6i.  Mceli in Ilm O.U-  fillmvV i I till on lho  iii- and I'.h Krid-iyiot  '���������noli monlli. Vi-ntlnn  bi-elliren Invited to  attend.  B. K. Cimipiii'll,   IC. D. ,T. C. Johnson  Clni'l' HniiKPr. Rec.-Sec.  ^evelsto^e Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Crs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  iMwillBil  il  SEGUREDl  ,    M rite; for our uiterosting hooka " Invont-  ( ors Holp" and "How you aro swindled."  Send us a rough sketch t*r model of your  . invention or improvomont anel wo will tell |  i you freo our opinion as to whether it is .  , probably patentable.  Wc make a spccialiy  of applications rejoctcd   In other hanelg. ,  i Highest references f urulalicd.  MABION & XCA3ION  J PATENT.SOLICITOUS & EXPEKTS  Civil & Mcclianlcal JTncInciTe, Gr:.(li:..(p8 of tho  l'clytcciirilc -Sdicol of Li.elncei-lntf. Eaclu'iorB ln  i Applied Sclcncrs, Laral University, 3IcnWi3  I 1'atcnt Law Association, Amerlcnii Wat.'r Woi 1.3  ( Association. y������,w nn^land Water AVorlcs Assoc.  r r. Q. Sajveyors Amoclutlon, Aseoc. _lci_bi.r Can.  J Society of Civil Engineers.  I OFFICES- . NEW ymK UF������ B'lB'c-. MOHTBEM. CAH.  ) "~j *~~: 11 AT-JtMTIC BHIIWHC.. WASHIMCTOH, D.C.  '(  I  ���������;i'  ��������� i  ri'  ^.'  ���������������  i  M  ���������*  w-  a  _____u aP,  Bulgaria Safe  THE   MISSING  LINER  ARRIVED  AT THE AZORES  Terrible Tale of Storm and Stress  Related by Second Officer ���������Stampede of Horses  Baltimore, February 25.���������-The Hamburg-American line steamship Bulgaria hns arrived safely at tho Azores  islands. Tlio following is a description of the disaster as hoard from the  four of her crew who arrived at tliis  port on Thursday In the VUtorla.Capl..  Wctherall.  Captain Wotherall said that ho  sighted the Bulgaria lu a disabled  condition ut 7 a. m., February a, Hags  dying and lho tank steamer Woehaw-  ken standing by and communicating  wilh lier. Thcio was a heavy sea on,  Ho saw the men of the crippled vessel attempt to lower a boat und just  as four of them got into it broke  loose from the steamer and drifted  away. The four men made an effort  to '.ow had: to the Hiilcarla, but  could not aproach her on account  of tho high sens. The Vittoria was  preparing to lower a boat to go to  the assistance of those on the Bulgaria, when the four men came along  sihlc. Aftor considerable dlflii'tilty  t hoy were taken aboard. During a  lull thc second oflicer of the Bulgaria  accompanied by six of the crew of  the. Vittoria, manned the hoate just  vacated and started for the sinking  vessel. They were, scarcely started  however, when another gale began,  .end the brave fellows, not being able  to reach the Bulgaria, found it  Impossible to Return  to thc Vittoria until several hours  passed. Capt. Wotherall would not  abandon hope of being ot assistance  lo those on board the ill fated vessel,  anel remained in sight of her till night  fall, when a perfect hurricane arose  and carried the waiting ship miles  a way.  In the morning the -Bulgaria was  not to be seen and the Vittoria proceeded on her journey. The storv of  the experiences of the Bulgaria and  her passengers and crew as told bv  Second Oflicer Schnrges is a thrilling  one.  "Sea after sea swept over us," said  Schai-gos. "smashing in the doors of  cabin   and   deck   house,   flooding   the  _ main deck, washing in the awning  deck.anel creating havoc and disorder  all over the ship. - To make matters  worse, 10 horses 'lhat wore stabled  on tho upper forward deck stampeded and in the rright made a wilel  eel. and in tlieir fright made a wild  dash  Trampled Each Other  to death. This state of affairs lasted until all but about 20 had been  killed or drowned in the wash ot" the  waves. Then the butcher o������ the vessel   with  a  number   of  seamen   went  1 into the pen and tried to quiet tho  beasts that remained. Tins failing,  as did .also the attempt to force ihe  frenzied animals overboard. their  throats wero cut.- Beforo the maddened animflls were despatched, however." tho butcher had both legs broken, and one of the seamen badlv injured.  Tho Vessel Leaked  ., All the hatch covers had been blown  off, and before they could he replaced, four of thc seven holds filled.  Tho cargo next shifted, listing thc  steamer heavily to port. . All this did  not happen in a clay, for hours had  "'--i*eil sine* the first- misfortune.  T hen for 72 hours passengers anel  crew  worked   like   slaves   throwing  Thc  Cargo  Overboard '     ^  to lighten the ship, but it was of littlo  rivali     inch by  inch the ship settled.  ���������_ One wave carried away eight of the  lifeboats from the lower port side.  "At -1 o'clock on the morning of the  51 h thc water had flooded the engine  room anel four pumps could .not keep  it"dowiirJ^Il--was-the-nnip~to~tlio_gratc~  bars, but the firemen still still nian-  arcd to keep the fires burning. The  remaining boats were gotten readv  anel provisioned. Shortly after daylight the three steamers, tho" We<~-  hawkon, Vittoria anel Kourdistan, one  cftcr another hove * in sight. Tho  Weehawkcn was tho lirst to be of service ns sho sent two boats in whleli  the 25 women and children were  placed. These were landed safely on  the Weehawken. but after that tho  storm Increased in violence. A boat  was smashed anel It became imunssiblo  to lower another. Another attempt  was iriiide, '.md ono nf them gotten  into tl.e fcq.*' Myself and' tho three  men v ho were saved with me jumped  into her. when by come unfortunate  accident v:e were cut loose. The  men on the vessel were seen aftor  that tf try r- ~~c;i'������dlv to lower another  boat, but without success.'-  0 The conduct of the crew and passengers v.ts excellent. The women  were especially brave.  box with the bull were wheeled into  the ring. The odds rose quickly in  favor of tho latter, as ho, Immediately  on boing released, made a rush, for  Sabina, who, crouching and snarling  viciously, received liini with a terriblo  blow ot her fore claws. Pandereto  shook himself free aud tossed her  high in the air. Nemeti had bounded  iisldo at the bull's approach, but tho  latter, quick as lightning, wheeled  around, and In a fraction of a. socond  sent hor, too, flying into space. Charging afresh tho bull took Nemea up  and drove his horns through her  body against tho bars of her cage.  Tho public yelled Itself hoarse with  enthusiasm, and it was clear that tho  .bull was going to carry the day.  iSabina was then for a few moments  successful In dodging tho furious onslaughts ot hor opponent, but presently sho was caught on tho terrible  horns and fell all lu a heap almost on  .top of her wounded sister. Tho  spectators alternately hissed tho lionesses and cheered the bull to tho  echo.  Tho spectacle was ncarlng Us end.  The. public howled execrations at tho  lionesses and thoir tamer. Tho  latter, who stood to lose a good deal  of monoy. was besiclo himself with  rage, hut no amount, of goading with  pointed sticks, not even pistol shots  fired repeatedly close to their ea'rs,-  c.oultl make tho poor beasts" move.  They lay trcmblltia: clos~ against each  other, and famished though they  were, pieces of raw, dripping llesh  temptingly displayed failed to arouse  them. Nemea with hor limbs broken  and deep wounds all over hor body,  breathed but faintly, and Sabina was  in a scarcely bettor plight. Tho bull,  contemptuously turned aside from his  fallen enemies, now fixed his attention  on the wild boasts outside tho arena,  who were cheering vociferously, and,  pawing the ground, made sundry  movements as it' to charge upon tho  spectators.  The lionesses wore' eventually  chained to tho bars of thoir cage���������  iquito a superfluous precaution,  lowing to their exhausted state���������  jwhile the bull was enticed to tho  [other side of thp.'ring. whence he was  | with great trouble led away to his  'stable amid thunderous applause, tho  I blood, dripping from an ugly wound  [in his neck and badly lacerated about  I the eyes. .  ENGLAND- UNDISMAYED  New; of Khahfi's'Advance on Khartoum  ���������  Received With Satisfaction   inofficial Circles���������Vvill    Wipe    Him   cut  This Time  ' London,  February    25.���������The     news  that tho Khalifa' is gathering^ a host  varying in  numbers      from 25^000  to  30,000 men and marching      to Khartoum came with a.rude      shock    "to  Great Britain,  many      persons  being  under     the     impression that ho was  [almost     a solitary wanderer     iu the  |desert.     Oilicial circles express satis-  ~ faction at the fact     that the Khalifa  |l.as apparently determined      to mako  {another onslaught on Anglo-Egyptian  forces as they are" confident     he can  easily be defeated.  CZAR   SERIOUSLY ILL  Fotb.dden by  the   Doctors   to Do Any  ,    Thinking:,  London, February 27.���������The " Copen-  jhr.gen correspondent of the London  ; Daily ..Mall says that, according to  ���������well informed persons, tho health of  I Emperor Nicholas is fur from good  ;ancl that his condition���������_. excite^ tho  ;gravest solicitude. A long. threaten-  Jing ailment assumed critical form  .'soon after thc issuance of his mani-  Jfcsto regarding tlie limitation of or-  jniamenls. ��������� -Tlie'Czar- is now pros-  Itratcd, his malady being oE such a  ! character as to forbid all intellectual  exertion.    - .  JESSE   JAME3 JR.  -Chip-ot-th2-0:d-Elock-=-M-xad���������up-in^a-  Train Robbery  Kansas City. Missouri, February  27.���������Tlio   trial   of   Jesso   .lames,    Jr.,  . for complicity'in the Leeds train rob;  ��������� bery". is, now on in earnest. The  statement of lho state attorney shows  , that thc prosecution will attempt to  prove by Win. Lowe, a self confessed  train robber, anel othor witnesses, that  ' young James was not only in the rob-  ! bery, lint was one of thc prime movers in the plan, while thu defence will  attempt to provo an alibi for the  young  man,   and   also   to   show  that  . there is -a conspiracy among certain  -oiiiemen and detectives to convict  young James.  RING FIGHT IN SPAIN  A Bull Pitted Against Two Liors-  Knocks Them Both Out ���������Sickening  Spectacle Enjoyed ty Young and  Old Alike  Madrid, February 25.���������All - Madrid  was excited, and young and old  turned out In thousands to see a sight  seldom seen in a civilized town���������a  ���������fight between a bull anel two half  grown      lionesses. Pandereto, tho  bull, was described ^as a1 beauty, a  worthy sou 'of his Biro, Pereligon. who  mado a name for hinisclE by  goring to death the noted toreador,  Espartcro, i:ome years ago. There  was no fear, therefore, that ho woulel  prove a coward. On the otlicr hand,  Sabina and Nemea, the two lionesses,  who throe months ago wore disporting themselves in the , sands of the  Sahara desert, were hacked by their  tamer to make a raw steak of the  bull in loss than 10 minutes, thu  r.nimals having Iippii kept without  food for three days.  On a sign from the manager the  tign contaiuiug the two lionesses and  MANILA IN   A PANIC  Foreign Warships Disembarking Troops  ��������� Situation one  of Great Gravity.  Madrid. February 26.���������An official  despatch from Manila says: - "The  tituation here is very serious. Foreign  warships" are disembarking troops.  General Rios, tho -former Spanish  Lieutenant Governor of thePhilliplnes  will leave Manila immediately and go  lo Zamboagna in the island. of.Min-  dometo. The town- is in' the" throes  of a panic..'' .   -  DEFRAUDED  HIS  NIECE  KIPLING  DYING  Gait, February 27��������� James Whito,  proprietor of White's carriage works,  is under arrest for defraudine. his  ward, Lena Harbon, out of ?3,000. '  BANK BUSTED  Buffalo, February 27.���������The11 Elliott  Square Bank ot this city has closed  its doors.  | RISING  FROM THE  ASHES  Author of the  Recessional Hymn   Passing Away.  Now York, February 27.���������Rudyard  Kipling's doctors have given up all  hopes of his recovery. The distinguished patient has been unconscious  sinco 1 o'clock this morning, and was  delirious most of yesterday. Artificial respiration is now being forced  into the lungs to keep up the spark  of life;  THIS   SOUNDS   GENUINE  TRIP ABANDONED  Now York, February 20.���������A despatch  to Tho World from Berlin says: Tho  following letter, which may have  started tho recent report in regard to  the supposeil finding of Andree, Is  published in the Siberian Advertiser,  ll Is from a well known sportsman  named Ljiilen:  'I hasten to inform you that Anil rco's balloon has been found. I was  running on snow-shoes after elks in  the primaeval forest of South Yenisei  nnd camo across traces of Andree. 1  was then 330 versts���������231 miles���������from  Krasnolars, and 100 versts���������07 miles  ���������from Gold Washing Sanvinich, down  Pit river. Tho balloon and ropes  worn torn and three bodies lay at its '  ������ieIo. one with his skull broken. j  "Pleaso prenaro assistance    so that!  the  balloon  and      the.  bftelies can  be j  brought to Washing Sanvinch. which  ���������-���������.'���������.ii ouly ho done by moans of snow-  shoes.  "1 guarantee the truth of these  facts and shall soon bo in Tomsk."  WESTERN   JOURNALIST  DEAD  Queen Dreads Attempt-.* at Assassination���������Fears Shanng the Fate of tha  Austrian Empress.  London, February 25.���������It is learned  tonight that Queen Victoria bus practically tlecidad to abandon her projected visit to thc Riviera, which had  been arranged to start In March.  This change is not due to any friction with France, but because of constant personal attacks by which her  advent has been heralded by Nicois  journals. Remembering the assassination of tlie Empress of Austria.  Her Majesty feared that those attacks  niighl Incite some half demented person to make an attempt on the  Queen's life, tho more shock of which  might provo fatal at her advanced  age. _  ���������.,  REGRETTABLE  AFFAIR  Cypress River. Manitoba, February  27.���������Editor Murdoch, ono of the oldest journalists of Western Canada,  died on Saturday. Mr. Murdoch's  specialty was natural history anrl he  was acknowledged to bo the best authority of his elay on the birds and  plants of the North West.having been  ii close student of nature all his days.  His descriptions' of - various phases  or nature on the prairies are preserved as wonderful pieces of word painting. Mr. Murdoch was for many  years editor of the Pilot Mound Sentinel and his son is now publisher of  the Western Prairie.  IMMIGRATION     FROM    SCOTLAND           ���������  .,     ���������     ���������     I  Ottawa. February 27.���������Thos. Dun- |  can, M.P.P. for Morden, is hore on his i  way homo from" Scotland, where he  has been engaged in immigration  work. Ho says that' last year about  75 por cent of the emigrants leaving  Scotland came to Canada, and the  prospects for a large movement of  the population to tho west this season  arc'bright. From "what Mr. "Duncan  snys there is room for improvement  in the methods of work in Scotland,  anel Mr. Presion, who will leavo for  Great Britain tomorrow, will give his  attention to the matter.  Two Englishmen Mis'okcn for Rebels  at M.inili and thot���������Had 'I hum-  : elves to Elaine.  Manila, February 20.���������Thc shooting  or two Englishmen and Mr. Argentine  manager of the Andrew's cotton mill,  at Tondo. on Wednesday, is generally  regretted, but it is admitted that this  was quite unavoidable. Instead of  remaining in tho stone basement  tiurin'r the excitement occasioned by  the fires in the vicinity, tho trio  leaned from the upper windows,  Tlieir whito suits attracted ' the attention of the American soldiers, who,  believing them to bo" natives firing  from tho windows, shot all throe. Mr.  Argentine is dead, Mr. C. F. Simpson  Is fatally wounded and Mr. T. Has-  1cm, slightly wounded.  HOPE FOR   KIPLING  WINTER IN NEWFOUNDLAND  Montreal. February 27.���������La Minerve  says that Premier .Winter will shortly resign to become chief justice of  Newfoundland. He will bo succeeded by A. B. Martin.  ANTI-CHINESE  MEASURE  Victoria, February 27.���������In . the  house Saturday an Anti-Chinese resolution to the effect that the Dominion  government be asked to increase the  per capita tax to ?500 was carried by  a  large majority.  CONGREGATION ALREADY SAVED  Miiinetlosa, February 277-���������Tho Presbyterian church here was burned down  lo the ground yesterday morning.  Only the organ and the library furniture wore saved.  CLERGYMEN PROTEST  Toronto, February 2S.���������The clergymen of this city have protested  against thc bill to tax churches now  hefore the Ontario legislature.  Brighter Reports Come From the Sick  Room���������Anxiety for His Recovery  Extenus Throughout the World.  New York, February 2S. ��������� Tho  anxiety of the many friends ot Rudyard Kipling are relieved to some extent tonight by some hopeful reports"  from tho sick .room. Although still  in a critical condition, signs of recovery wero brighter last niglit.  Those who are' in a position to know  of the progress of ��������� the disease believe that a change'for tho bettor is  taking place and that thc . Anglo-  Saxon raqe will yet be spared its most  gifted story writer.       , , *    -  WELL KNOWN LADY DIES  Winnipeg, February'2S.���������Mrs. L. R.  Ai-nett, formerly of this city, has died  in Toronto.  FOXY.. AS   EVER  Ottawa, February * 2S.���������Desiring to  head off opposition criticism during  the coming session, Sifton has- had  an order dn council' passeel prohibiting Government officials from acquiring interests in- mineral claims,  timber   lands  and   town   sites.-  ADAMS  POISONING  CASE  New York, February 2$.��������� .,ic coroner's jury in the Adams poisoning  case havo found Captain Mollneaux  guilty of murdering Miss Adams.  Molineaux, who is a son of millionaire General Moiineaux. has been arrested.   .  NEW TELEGRAPH LINES  A'ancouver, February 23.���������Tho Atlin "nnntry is to be tapped by wire.  A company has also been formed to  construe* a'lino from Quesnell to the  Klondyke.  MUST BE GUILTY  * Gall, Ont., February 2S.���������James  Whito, of this place, who is charged  with stealing ?3000 from his ward,  made another ineffectual attempt to  escape last night.  BADLY EMBALMED BEEF  New York, February 20.���������A Washington-despatch���������says-that���������a-mimber-  o), cars of malodorous tinned roast  beef, exploded yenterday in the building in which the court ot enquiry is  investigating "Major .General Miles'  charges. Tlie odor from the beef was  tiich that all hael to leavo the building and many of the laely clerks wero  mado seriously ill.  WILL  TAX   'EM   ALL  Winnipeg. February 27.���������Architect;-,  ���������are already at work preparing plans  for the erection of a magnificent new  liotel on th������ site of the laic Manitoba  QUARTER   OF A MILLION   BLAZE  New Orleans, February 28.���������A  number or residences in this city have  been destroyed through an overcharge  of electricity in the Incandescent  wires. The loss is estimated at  ?250,000. ^_^_^  MASSEY-HARRIS   AGENT   DIES  Regina, February 2S.���������W. Tees,  agent of the Massey-Harris Company,  died yesterday at Duck Lake.  Toronto,   February     28.���������The   On-  ; tario government lias decided to tax  'breweries.      Thoao   here   have   been  paying   n   thousand   dollars     yearly.  Tho tax on distilleries will be even  larger.     Banks,   loan,   trust  and   insurance companies will also bo taxed  ) cording to capital.   Railway, navigation,   telephone  and   telegrnph   com-  ; panles will  be taxed mileage rate.  -MORAVIA LONG OVERDUE  Boston, Mass., February 2S.���������Up to  late this afternoon nothing has been  received in this city with respect, to  the Johnston liner-Moravia, 33 elays  out from Falmouth, England. There  is a great deal of anxiety felt on hor  account.  CHIEF  JUSTICE  IN  DANGER   .  PROROGUED  Victoria, February 28.���������The British  Columbia legislature will prorogue  this afternoon.  LIBRETTIST DIES  London/February 28.���������Harry' Green-  bank, author . and librettist of most  of the Gaiety theatre sucesses of recent years is dead.  Revelstoke will Quintuple its  Present   Population  of 2000.  Kevelstoko lias been selected by the.  C. V. il. ns Uie tenmn.il point, for North  Kootenay and Okanagan. Jt must go  ahead. The judicious   business man  will  invest in  Revelstoke Real EstiateJ  while \l can be irot on the srrouiiil floor.  & A &j  \tj ���������    ILSeJ Vii:i  S700 will buy two fine business lots 7 "iml S, block 10, on first street-. 50  leet by J00 feet.    Opposite J; D. Sibbald's resilience. Easy tei ms.  $2-"53 ea=h will liny two nice lots, 50 by 110. nearly opposite Sampson's  hou~e.   Las o and 4, Block 11.  $'350 will buy a lot 25x100, next the Kroti* St*. 1*051 Office.  $1000 will buy ii block, 75x100 on Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy a lot 25xlC0 in the centre of the busiuess part of M:ie  euzie Avenue.  $700 will buy two lots 0 unci 7, hlock !}, 50x100 opposite C. B. Hume &  Co.'s ware house on Campbell Aveuuo.  ������975 will buy it hoii^u and lol9, block -10, on Third Street. Five rooms  = bath room and pantry. $750 down and balance to pay-on lot  in 10 years at S per cent.   The loti~ 50x100.  $G0O will buy a oue storey house aud lot 0, Hlock 15, on Third St. The  Lot is it corner, 50"*:100.  $1155 will buy a house, nnil lot. 1, block-11, corner of James  nnd Konteimv St The house is well finisheel. Modern conveniences. Lot 72x100.' Udantifiil "situation. Terms $525 down,  balance in monthly.payments.  $3,300 will buv a block fronting on First St. opposite tiie Imperial  Bauk. Size 100x150x75. Corner Connuughr. .Avenue and First  St." Tho C. P. JR. siding runs along one side. A splendid busi-"  ness location.   '  $2000 will buy a business block 50x100 fronting on First St., between  the two banks.  "A line site for a business house*.  IMPERIAL B/\N^  "���������OF CANADA  H&ad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital 32,000,(09  Reserve     - - -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  ���������IT. S. Howland, President  T.R. Merritt, Vice Pres., (St.Catharine)  William Kamsav, Robett Jaffray,  U������rih Ryan.   T.  Sutherland SUjnw  Elias Rogers.  D, R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branohea  Nort h Wee*; and British Columbia  Kr.tndon  C*lgnry  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  south E.liiiontou.  ONTARIO,  [Niagara Falls  Vaxtcourct  Winnipeg  Revelitokt  N Idon, U.  E~M*_  Fergus  Gait  Intr^r^ol!  Ut. Thomas  Toronto  Welland  Woodstock  Hamilton  Port Colborne  I Rat Portage  jSault St. Marie  L,islo.\e'l  j.St, CiilharineB  Montreal. Quebec.  Pavinjrs Rank Department���������Deposits  .if   !*>!    and    upwards    received    and  int"ii'il allowed.  I'l'lionturc.- -- Provincial,  Municipal  md I'thw debentures purchased.  Diafu, nod Letters of Credit���������Avail-  -.lile at ail point*, in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United Statee, Eureme,  India, China, Japan, -Australia, New  Zealand, elc  Gold   Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts In tha  Yukon ank northern districts.  A.R. B  HEARN.  Manng-er Revelstoke Branuh .  .*?������>  minings propositions in the  Big Bend, * Lardean and  Fish Creek camps of I^prtii  Kootenay.' Full particulars, obtained and furnished about mining* claims in^  the District.  !_ big block of Ciivnes Creek Consolielated  at ten cents.  'These shares will be up to par yet.  .   /Vioii^ to hoan  We are agentsJor the Kquitublu Savings Lonn ifc Building A=so  ciation.   No membership fee.   No necessity to take shares.     No tint!,  lor non payment of monthly installments.   Also for the Great We~t  Life Insurance Co.'s Straight Loan Department.    We can get you the  monoy, if you ran put up the security.  WALL^i  Papers  etilt.*. In^raini*,   Mica?.   Km-  Uwcil OiltJ. and Iwnlere of  allili_;crli_tie>nf.  Tliocli������.-iK>j| nnel lieat Hock of  WALL I'APEKS In tlie cltr.  l.ilxrral   iliscoiinia  plven   on  all cr.jli orders.  I   ik.il   onlv    in    W A L'l,  I* A I" I-: It S   iuid������olle-lt mi     '  -   iiup-fliuii of my stock.  W.S. Bipney  .MeK.EJ.ZIE J?VE  Canadian  Pacific  Ra.il.wav.'  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST   AND   WEST  FTRST CLASS AND  TOURIST SLEEPERS   from   - PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  Q-tick Time,      Good Service,  Fewest Changes,    Lowest Hates  T i Ske ts"-issiietl"" t h __niglr=Hi__i'J^=i  Baggage   cheeked to destination.  DAILY TRAINS.  Ea=;t'. West.  S 25k. .lve-T-Revelstoke���������Ive. 16.30k  TO AND FKOM   KOOTENAV POINTS.  S. 15k.. 1 ve���������Itevelstoke���������arr.. 16.05k  For    information,   time    cards,  maps aud tickets apply to  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W.   F.    Andi'iison,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Ooyi.I-, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  Ottawa, February 2S.���������This morning when on his way to the supreme  court, Sir Henry Strong, chief justice,  bad a narrow escape. He was being  driven in a hack when the driver lost  control of his hor"es. They da'hoel  into an electric car. the vestibule car  of which wns broken. Ono of the  horses iv.-.s killed. The hack driver  escaped without being injured, although pitched headlong from his  scat over the hors-cis. Sir Henry was  a little shaken up but not injured.  BRAZILIANS NEXT  Buenos Ayres, February 2S.���������Report  arrives here that Brazilians havo attacked French forces in Fronch  Guiana. o  RAILR6AD CONSTRUCTION  Rat Portage, February 27.��������� Five  lines of railway are to be constructed  to tap the Eaift Algoma mines.  URGENT ORDERS  ltistimnc<?  FIRE���������We nro agents for tlio Imperial, Scottish   Union,   Queen, Caledonian, Atlas and Guardian.  LIFE���������Imneiial Life Insurance Co.  ACCIDENT���������London Accident and  Guarantee.  PLATE GLASS-LLoyd's.  Address :   itevelstoke.  Office :' Taylo]  sTsaTTi������r Block.  fc Neill.  J. \\. Ijull  & Company  Butchers   and   Wholesale   an  Retail Dealers in Beef, Fork, eto  KAMLOOPS and REVJELSTORI  All orders in oar line prom  filled   We Hav   a Good Supply of'  Washington,   February    27,    _ ,  States warships preparing lo sail to j ������8".  ���������Manila have been ordered io proceed j ^  there in all hast'e.,  Building  Material  ������"* Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  Call and see us. We can fix yon  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoko 8t*U-tf, B. O,  k* !___________________!  For  ���������T.K :  k-j.t  nppe.  ��������� I".1-'-. cl elcjnnt��������� preparation.!  theC-iieulM. Iirug * Book Cu.  If you have -it .try some  of the preparations kept  by ua, We have everything required to 'cure it.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  I.IMITKI).  CHAS. R. McIiONAl.I), Manager.  Mckenzie ave.. ni: velstoke station.  LOCAL  AND _CEMERAL   NEWS  Vinir c.iinp is becoming a prosperous  om*.  Dug poi-oning goes merrily on. The  police me em truck.  The Boundary (Vcek country is  living "iilitely overdone.  K. Samson lm~i thrown up the  agency for the B. C. Oil Co.  ��������� Carol A-hcroft potiitoi'S expected  daily .it C. B. Hume & Co.'s.  Vi. Landmark returned on Thursday  froin u business trip up the line.  "W. Scott, mining'recorder at Illecillewaet, v.-.is in town yesterday.  11, Callah-in sailed from Seattle  yesterday morning for Atlin Lake.  R. Green anil W. C. Wells, M.UA.'s  relurned from Victoria on yesterday's  No. 2.  Tbe Liirilc.-Mi will be the. seem' of  great mining activity in mining circles  this season.  There is plenty nf me.iipy in silver  mining so long as silver hovers around  the 60 cent mark.  V. Chapman left yesterday for tbe  south to meet, A. Macdonald in the  Crow's Nest Pass.  Ben Wehrfritz has . bonded the  Golden Star property, iie*iir Kamloops,  to an English syndicate for ������30,000.  The went her prophet who predicted  bare ground hy the 1st of March this  spring should be severely  dealt  with.  ���������A car of Otrilvie-'s Hungarian flour  nnd a car of Keewatin flour just  arrived at C. B. Hume & Cei.'s warehouse.  The ice on the Northeast Arm of the  Arrow Lake*is solid and is in belter  shape for travelling than it has been  all winter.  Copper properties are in big demand  now. North Kootenay car. boast of  more of these than any other district  jn the province.  Arc-hde.icon McKnv of Donald will  take service in St. Peter's cliurcli tomorrow l*oth morning and evening at  tlie usual hours."  W. A. Carlyle. the well known  superintendent of the Tl. A. Corporation, frarturpcl his left knee cap in  Rossland nn Wednesday.  Wood is hprnmiiiE a scarce article in  town. Green wood is hringintr S-l per  eord. Timber manipulators, etc.. are  apparently getting a corner on the  wood supply.  The Sons of Entrl.-ir.d have organized  anei ^elected ollicers. Tlie initations  will take place the middle of this  month. It starts out with a membership of over 40. ������'  A volcano is rennrled to be in eruption in Cariboo and the rapid mi'ltimr  of tlie snow or. its sides is causing  the  creeks and rivers io rise so rapidly "as  to can������e serious fears of floods.  ���������Now i������ tbe. best time lo talk to I..  A. Fhetz about that hpn'_>e you are  ������i>iii2   to   build.      He   can   tcive   you  TIME TO TAKE HOLD  " Great activity is promised in the*  north during the coming season and it  looks as if Braver is going to boom up  inlo a live townsite . It is proposed lo  put a steamer on the Columbia lliver  to run I'roin Beaver as far as Surprise  Rapids, where llieie will lie a two  mile poriagcanil then another steamer  will connect and rim right up the  Columbia to the Rig Bend, and thence  40 miles np Cuioe river to the Big Jam.  This will transport freight by water a  hundred miles or tu within sixty miles  of Ti'te .Tiiuiie C.-fche." -Golden Era.  The above clipping from the Golden  Era bus been largely quoted by the  pri'ss throughout the province, allowing the large interest generally fell in  the development of the great northern  countrv of which Revelstoke i.s the  mil mat gateway. It shows also that  even if we do hold Ihe key eif the  situation we have not got sue-h a  "dead immortal cinch" on it as some of  our people fceein to imagine. The  IIicitAU) does not go very heavy on  the rumored steamboat, line from  Beaver lo Big Bend It is a gieat deal  easier tn start such a line going in a  newspaper paragraph than in reality.  Al lhe same lime the item conveys a  distinct warning of a possible rival  for the business of the noith. which  Revelstoke cannot afford to overlook.  The fa!e of this place is so 'ultimately  bound up with the development of the  Big Bend and Canoe Itiver countries  that we cannot afford any carelessness  in connection with it. No matter how  great, the natural advantages of our  geographical position it would un-  cinestiorinbly interfere considerably  with the establishment of this point as  the business centre for North Kootenny if steamboats began to run to Big  Bend from Beaver before we got our  line started from llevelstoke. And  that there are certain advantages  about the route from Beaver is undeniable'.  Tbe Big Bend Transportation Co.'s  scheme is the only one at present  before us. There are not a dozen  projects to pick inul choose from.  Nobody e'lse, so far as the Herald  knows, is proposing to put even a  rowboat on the river next season.  Some ot our people are apparently  waiting to see something else come  along whicli they like better. Tliere  is nothing in sight at, present except  this Beaver ��������� project and they will  se-.-ircely want to see that get ahead of  the Big Bend Transportation Co.'s  scheme. Conservatism is all very  well, but this comes a point beyond  which ifc ceases to be a virtue. This  everlasting policy of wait cannot be  relied on to give the best, results as a  steady thing. It requires to bo occasionally varied by a course of taking  hold e^f what is olfered For the benefit  of the place and of helping lo make it  a success.  In the Herald's opinion tbe development of North Koolenay is Ihe goal  towards which the best energies'of  everyone who bus tbe interests of this  town at heart should be bent. That is  the one thing, which can he depended  on to plnre this town on n basis of solid  and enduring progress and prosperity.  Given that anel the prospects are tliat  Revelstoke will be on top of the heap  in Kootenay and hold a place in the  very first rank of the cities in the  province. Tliis issue is of supremely  vital importance. We cannot afford  to jeopardize it for  an   instant.      And  any project whicli tends to so desirable  :i consummation should receive our  best consideration and heartiest  support -    - ��������� -     -    PRESBYTERY OF KAMLOOPS  Report of the Session  Held  here  This  Week  The Presbytery of Kamloops helel a  session here, which commenced on  Wednesday and ended Thursday afternoon.  The members were: Rev. D. Campbell. Moderator; Rev. T. G. McLeod.  Clerk- Rev. Dr. Robertson, Superintendent of Missions; Revs. Wright,  Burton. Frew, Menzies (Knslo), Muir,  Stewart, Wilson, McKee, Dunn,  Wallace, Oswald. Unndier. Glassford.  Monroe, Hurdle, Menzies (Revelstoke);  Klders: Drs. Proctor and McKechnie.  The Commission on Church Life  and Work reported an advancement  all along the line, but thut many obstacles to spiritual advancement still  exists.  Home Mission Committee reported  a slow but steady increase in Missions  stations, the Crow's Nest alone adding  no less thnn three to the list. Grants  to missionaries for the past half year  were passed nnd appropriations made  fnr tin* ensuing year. The allocution  of missionaries also received Ihe attention of the Presbytery.  The Sunday School Commiltee reports show an addition of 0 schools to  the roll of Inst year.  An overture from the Presbytery to  the General Assembly, which meets  in Hamilton in June is to the ell'ect  that the Presbytery be divided. The  new Presbytery along the Crow's  Nest Railway to be designated  "Kootenay" and the Kamloops Presbytery to comprise the stations along  the C. P. R. from Field to North Bend  and north to Barkerville.  Trail was placed among the augmented congregations with Rev. Gaudier,  af moderator of session.  The public meeting on Wednesday  night was well attended. Addresses  were delivered bv Rev. Oswald of  Greenwood :\nd Midway; Rev. Dunn,  of Fernie; Rev. Monroe, late of Brooklyn, also Dr. Robertson, Superintendent of Missions.  Re fresh men ts were served after the  meeting.  The next regular meeting of the  Presbytery is to be held in Kamloops  during the month of Septembe'", at  the call of thu Moderator.  _>*  HE  99  " No Bluster, No Fuss, Just Business, Thiit's All."  MEN'S HATS,  We have just placed into  stock a Good Assortment of  the Newest and Latest in  Men's  ..HATS AND CAPS..  James Gni & Co.  Taylor Block.  McKenzie Avenue.  %S*.  HOLIDAY GOODS  Thousands of Articles Suitable for this  season of the year.  MENS' FURNISHINGS  A Great Assortment at the Post Office  Store.    Miners' Clothing Particulary.  BOOTS AND SHOES  To Fit Every Foot and Suit any Taste  at mostly any price you wish to pay.  MENS' GLOVES  The Biggest Assortment in town at all  prices. Good serviceable working mens'  gloves at 50 cents a pair.   Try a pair.  IF. B. WELLS  Post Office Store.  Public School Report for February  division- i.  Class V.���������1st. Eva Lang.  2nd, Edith  Fraser. 3rd. Edwin d Jeifs.'  Class IV.���������1st,  Elvie  Lofsfohl.  2nd,  Frances Paget. 3rd. Bessie Lawson.  Class III.���������1st, Essie Hamilton, 2nd,  Cato Forrest, 3rd.   George  Pettipiece.  DIVISION" 11  III. Glass���������Pearl    Robinson,     Maud  Hyatt, Morrison Pettipiece.  11. Clnss--Robert  Caley,  A. Nevers,  Annie Hanson.  I. Class���������Benny    Dickey,    Kathleen  Fraser, Alice Ferris.  division* in. ���������Second Primer Sr.  1st, Willie Walling, 2nd, Nellie Bain,  3rd, 11. Viii nes.  SECOND PKIMBIl J CM OK  1st,      Freel     Robinson.   2nd     Gil tie  Lawson, 3rd. Edith Cooke.  FinsT rimiEn  1st, Jennie Hyatt. 2nd, Arthur Caley,  3rd, Percy Coleman.  !! CLASS  1st, Gertie Dent,   2nd. John   Anderson, 3rd, Gertie -Matthew.-.  A CLASP  lst.M vrtie Toombs. 2nd. Elsie Cooke.  Watchmaker and Jeweller  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B.C.  P. R. Watch Inspector. Best Repair Work in the City.    .      A  Fine  Stock of Watches, Clocks, Wedding Rings, Engagement Rings, e  Jewellry, Silverware Etc. '"   .  .DON'T..  Hack and Cough.  Your Life Away  A LITTLE DAMP  A LITTLE COLD   '  A LITTLE COUGH  A BIGGER COUGH  A SORER THROAT  IN THE CHEST  ON TH E LUNGS  PNEUMONIA  FEVERS  CONSUMPTION  The  way  tdev  ALT.,  11 ECU N  CHECK  IT  KOW  WITH   Why These Laws?  Tiie followine new section has been  added to the Liquor Traffic Regulations Act:    -��������� Every holder of a   relni!  Dr. Mackenzie-s English  Cough- Balsam  pr.-irtic-.-il  and   reliable  ndvice  from   a  thorouch nnd large experience*.���������tf  A meetincof (be St Andrews and  Cilednniau Society will be held in the  hall over the Mail office on Friday  evenintr. -the 10th in-tant. for the  transaction of ssenernl business.  As will be =een in onr advertisi'nir  '.-nl.nnns lbe Abbott Mine". Co.. Ltd..  nre c.illim: for tenders for .in extension  iif lhe tuniv 1 <>n the* Abbott tneiwsrnt  the vein, whii'b they calculate will  tuVe another!?'**) feet.  Dr. Brest went to the Ilalrynn Hot.  Spi-mi-** on Thin "ilny miii-ninc;. Th*'  cenial dricto'.-has cot in fur Banff in  the territoriiilloeij-lntiire Iiy n majority  nf five over liis opponent, A. L. Sifton.  a Oilsary lawyer, after counts, re-  rniitits, protests and bye-eleetions  innumerable.  J. Henderson passed lhrough town  yesterday from Rossland on bis way  toGlden to get, sample.', from hi**  pmperties to send to intending investors of rnpper properties in iirrtbeast  Kootenay. Mr. Henderson predicts n  prent year for tlmt part of East Konte-  n������ v Ibis }���������"������������������_. Sixly per I'ent. copper  ���������with a I rae*" i.f gold is* an nverace  uss.-.y of many of their promising  copper properties.  The services in tbe Methodist church  tomorrow will be conducted by the  P,,stor at the usual hours. Strange! s  ill the lily cordially invited. The  revival sTvie ps which have continued  with such c-nrouraire'uient and interest  ���������w'li lie. continued nest week. There  -vvill be a reception of new members at  lie-.th services tomorrow. The Sunday  School and Bible class at 2.30 p. m. i.s a  'very enjoyable service. Children and  young people cordially invited.      -  The Nelson Tribune notes th.: arrival  of Jim Edwards in the southern business capital.  ..'. -M. Kellie. M.P.P.. intends to visit  Al iin befoie returning to the constituency according to the Colonist.  Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Parker, of Karn-  loons, arrived in town on Friday and  will make Revelstoke their home in  future.  His Honor Judge torin has nd-  Ijourtieel the sitting of the County  I C.iurt tlX'-el for the Slh inslunt until  j Thursday, IHh mutant.   *  .1. .1, Young, of the Cnlcary Herald,  is. expected !'> lies here em Monday to  at tend the meeting of lhe Great Western Mini-5. Limited, which is to b>'  held on Tuesil.iy.  Hon. (J. K. Foster went through to  the south this morning on a flying  trip to Rnsslund In look after his  liu-iiies.-, intei e.sts there. He will be  hi.i'k about the end of next week.  The annuil Easter dinner under tbe  auspices of the Ladies' Aid of the  Methodist church, will take place on  Easter Miind.iv, April 3rd. Further  notice will be given in our  next  issue.  The Catholic church services tomorrow as follows: Mass 10:30; Evening service at 7:30. .Sermon on mixed  marriage.-*. "Neither shnlt thou make  marriage with them, etc.���������Dent. VII.  3, i."'  S. S. Taylor, one nf Nelson's legul  luminaries, went through to Victoria  last night accompanied by Mrs. Taylor  and daughter. Mr. Taylor is on bis  way to the capital to attend" the  Supreme Court.  The meeting railed under the auspices nf the Curling club was well attended by business men last night.  It was decidecl to iry and form a joint  stock company lo put up a combination  j rink this year. A full report eif tbe  proceedings will appear in our next  issue.  Iique^liereir������e~wh~(T~at|r7-;v-._ tli^am nIinTr^|JjrU"{"}���������H"~f~l  names   known  as  draw  poker,   lil.-ick j V_rJUV^������ A.  ,   v_>  jack, stud poker, faro, or any other  games of chance to be played for  money, or fnr cheques, or other devices thnt represent money, in or on  any pant of his premises to which the  guests and public- have access, is guilty  nf an offence, and liable, on summary  conviction before a county couit  Judge, stipendiary magistrate, or two  justices of the pence, tn a penally nut  exceeeiinc? nne hundred dollars, nor  less than iwenty. dollars for the first  cilTene-e. and not exceeding two hun-  elreil dolliii'x, nor less than one hiineli. d  deillnis, for the seL-einel offence, nicl in  de-fault of payment In imprisonment  for n term not exceeding thiee miinl.hs  anil in case of the holder of n retail  lieiunr license beintir convicted a third  tFlne the license to be cancelled."  ~T������S  THE DRITGGIST,"  Successor to tlie MrD. A. XV. Co,,  ?.EVEL8TOKE STATION*.      - I!. C.  FAYETTE-BUKER     .  Fire, Life, Accident,  Loaning'and  Investment Agent  $40,000 to Loan  On Revelstoke Real Estate  Property  Rushing the Season  We have fust received samples of the " Perfect " and " Dominion "  Bicycles lohich we now have on exhibition. Intending purchasers should see these '.99 models before looking for any other  toheels. These ivheels have all the up-to-date improvements and  sell at popular prices.  HARDWARE AND  TINSMITIIING. ,.mL    .  McCarty Block- W.   M.   LAWRENCE,  HARD COAL!  HARD CASH !  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Delivered   from  car..  Delivered from shed.  .. $8.00 ner ton.  .. $8.50 per ton.  f. Mccarty.  ^r������-^*Xi!i^iS3^i^%%!SSCS,K_������S__������������Jii  ���������fr.  Louisville Restaurant  opposite Coursicr's.  M Meals  served  at all hours, dny  ^     " eir niglit. " ���������.-  .������������������������        Antonl  FeBocbci,  Proprietor. ���������������  ������ PBAWCE  nyCIE.A.XiS %  ''>^if^^������'i^f}.<'\^j^������s^i������ist^mi'&������'Si^  LICENCE AUTHORISING AN  EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY  TO CARRY ON BUSINESS.  ��������� Companies Ac  1S07."  COME IN  AND  SEE  MY   CHOICE  AND SELECT STOCK OF  English Tobaccos  PIPES, CIGARS, CIGARETTES &c  Books and Stationery  a complete line  C. J. AMAN,  Opposite C.P.R. Station  ���������A special meeting of (he L.O.L..  IOoS. is hereby called for Tuesday  evening, Mare-h 7th, for the purpose of  election of delegates to the Grand  Lod ve of B.C., whie-h meets at Lad-  ner'������ on M.-irrh 1-Ith. All members,  are recjiicsleil to at I end. Degree, work  elso attended to���������XV. G. Birney, W.  M.,.11..P. Pettipiece-, R. S.  A Handsome Display  A very handsome display nf Chinese  nnel Japanese i-mios nnel fancy i{norli  in nev.v being made nt the Chinese  Store���������next lo .post nfl'ire. Front  Street���������by WAH CHUNG. The  stock, whiih is entirely new, havinit  just arrived from t.he Orient via the  last. Empress, consists of a great  .variety of china, silk anil bambno  art icles e.f epiaiiit, wnrkmanship nnd  oriental beauty, which must be seen  to be appreciated. This display is  one that will prove of pm titular  interest to the Indies of Revelstoke  anel nffnrels a ti-e.it whii ll is usunllv  had only by residents of coast cities.  CtNAIM,: (  PllOV'**' P <>V Ii~".*Tl������ll  C -M-MHIA. I  No. va.  Till.-! IS TO CERTIFY tll.it "Tho British  Lion I'll'l Mlalnjc nn-1 ]).*vQl������|.m .lit Company  nl Ontario, I.linlie_i," " N'on-I'i-riioniil I.lal.l!-  , ity," l*<ui:ln>ri-ed ������n'I Jircnwl "'! <'������rry on  j bnnlne'i w.tliln the i'rovln'*.; .1 HrltMil.'oIuni-  i bin, mi'l to i**rry nut or .���������ff<"'t -II or nny of tlio  \ obJ������et������   lierelnilter   nut  forth   to   whli-h   tin;  Il-ie!������I-i!v.    author!'./  of    th".   I>:i3l_-tiire  of  British Colnmhlr. C-ti_!i'.i-.  The hind O-li-e of tie* c;omp_:iy I* i-ltiKit'! nl  ' Owen Sound, P.-ovinco of Ontario, e,"arm .a.  Thc amount of tho capita! of tin: Company In  eighty thO-i"in>l .leillari., rtlvlil..-! !nio four  thousand ^harci of twenty dollars f-ach.  Thc Company ia specially limited under  section Zf, of the ^aid Act.  The hca/I office of 'he: Company In thi*  Province U filnate at Ile\ .lstoltc, and John  Manning Scott, parrister-at-f.aw, v.-ho-'C- address !i P.cvel������to_c aforesaid, it the attornc-y  for th<- Company.  HThc|-ib]cct������ forwhic _ the Company have fc'ien  eitablliihcd are:���������  To carry on in al! their hranche3 tli'- operations of a inlnlnie, mlll'in?, reduction and development Conip.iny.  Given under my !i?nd ali.1i.eal of ofllrc at Victoria, I'ri.vince of V.rSti^h Co!ur_)t.lit. thli ninth  day of February, one thousand clteht hundred  and ninety-nine.  [i..s.[ ... V. WOOTTO.V,  I7���������4W KeRlstrar of Joint Stock Com panics.  Our Bread  Trade  ���������Is constantly incrcasiiip;. There is  ���������a good reason for this, anil If you  ���������pive our bread a trial, you, too, will  -- ���������Dc'comc-ft por111n11r.nt_011slomcr._~~.  ���������Kreo Dully Iiellverv.  HcCAOUE BROS.,  I'T.ONT STHEET.  oJp.") i>  -teas  Hotel Victoria  J. V. PERKS. Prop.  Hotel Accommodation Tlcstlu the city  for the money.  Kindly favor 11s with  a call, and we'll satisfy.  Best Irnr In ItevelMoko.  l-'roe sample rooms.  Tree  Itiirt at all trains  __,  Hourly wir.-et cur between hotel and ntatinn  flouted by lint Mr mid electric light and bell  In every room.  REVELSTOKE  B.C  The Best Bread  in the City   Delivered every day on shortest notice.  .Mail   and  'telegraph    orders    promptly  attended to.  ]SAK.:it A.vii  CHOCK!'.   REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  .A  ' M  McKerizie^Ayeriue  WOOD  Dry or preen, cellar or (Ir, nny length, delivered on Kliortcst notice. Cash must nccoin  pany the order.  CEDAR..  FIR   ��������� ?3S������ per Cord  ��������� $4 per Cord  Orders  lelt nt  the   IlKititn   oflico   will   he  promptly attended to.  A.  N.  Smith.  Timml-K    of    every  moderate cash prlcca.  dcHcrlption   dono nt  J. PETTIPIECE  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  nr.Ki*. iikads,  Blltll.-i, ANIMALS, Elc..  Preserved  and   Mounted  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  Gentlemen  CJ  I wish to cull your attention to  the  fact,  that  I am ofTering just  now  bpee-inl   vnlues  in  suitings,  il. being sort of between the two  seasons.     1   can make you 11 suit  that  will  lit you.     A  suit  that  will   ph'iisei  you.    And  ������ suit nt  m.-.Hlly any price ynu wieli.    The  rpmlity of the cloth  will   lie just  whnt   I   tell   you   it is when you  cntne   in   Lo   examines    it.       It's  worth  something   to   see   whnt  you   nre   buying.     And  nlso to  know Hint your money is earned  iu   your  own   town  nt '* union"  wages, und lint  in eastern sweat  she ps.    ("ive me 11 trial.    I'll  do  thc rest.  R,,S. Wilson  Merchant Tailor  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  I Hotel P8?|ug0n,'l  : Ferguson, B-C* I  I Best! I-86ommo<_atiori In,the f  !        _kai(-Gau Dl3tPi6t.        i  Rates:- $2.0������ Pei Dag.  = D. Fergusom> Pkoprietor-j  iimiiimiiiiii ......in.,., I.,..._.. ,������  The Acme--^  Soda Water works  Manufacturing all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda and  Mineral Waters in Syphons  and Bottles.  FAUTORIKS AT_  <P8  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  " THE FASHION "  LIVEKY   STABLE.  Douglas 8trcet, Kevelstoko.  KiratClads Hies and ������oodDrlvIn������[and Saddle  ITorien. Nothing but the bout Kept in the  Barn,  AU fciudi of Light Draying Wort attended to  prompttv.  TELEPHONE IX CONNECTION.  Order, for P.Irs by Telephone will receive  prompt attention.  FLEMLNG & FLEMING,. Proprietors.  Vernon and Revelstoke  M. J. O'BRIEN. Proprietor.  Revelstoke Sash & Door  ���������*$������������ Factory g^.  Manufacturers of and Dealers In  Sash. Doors, Turnings,Plinths, Corner  Blocks,  Mouldings   of  all   kinds.  Fancy Gables and Verandah work,  Brackets of every description mado  to order.   Store and office Fittings,  Window Frames, with-Sash fitted  a specialty.  All the latest machinery.    Dry kiln on the  premises.'  Call aiiel pet prices before  going elsewhere.  /^-SAWYER & MAJSMKG.  ��������� Ml I


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