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 EVELSTOK  -ISSUED   TWIOE-A-WBBK- WBD1TESDAYS    ^.3sTID    S^TTJK.ID-A.YS-  Vol. HI.    No.  17  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance:  II   Cl  6>  V  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  of  Gents'  Furnishings  r  and  Boots and Shoes  We,Will  Offer the .Entire Stock' .  At  " Actual  Cost.  There is positively no hum-  ,bug~   about this offer:    we  " must have the room for our  Gents'     Furnishings-   and  Boots and Shoes, which arc now  on   the   way:   THESE   GOODS  MUST   GO   AND   OUR   LOW  PRICES   WILL SELL THEM.  ^Come~-arid~Exanime-the-stock-and-  Get Our Prices.  BOURNE BROS.  ARY  SAbt  vibL continue until  THE FIRST, BAY 0F MARCH  OUR POPULISTIC PARTY  Bargains   in   Every  Department  To Clear out  Some Odd Lines  In' Ladies' Fine Shoes, Slippers  and Overshoes, we are offering them  at prices below cost. .A Splendid  $5 Shoe at $3 is only a sample.  Ladies.'  Tam O' Shanters  A Complete stock of latest design  in these at large reductions. A $1  Tam goes now at 50 Cents.  The Above cut Prices, of  Course, only  apply-to CASH purchases.  WE ARE AGENTS FOR  AND OTHER GOOD BRANDS  C. B. Hume & Co.,  WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL  O ENEH AL M KRCHAWTS  Spring Goods Announcement  Will biB^M^^'B^oi^-V^''  >  Revelstotes Great  Haig  &  Crage  - *, i  Notaries Public, .  Sole Agents for  evelstoke  "Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave., UcvclstoKC Sta.  Money to Loan.  W. White, Q.C. J. M.Scott, B.A..LL.B.  K. li. GwllHm.  HARVEY.  &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors, - Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Hank ol Canada.  Companv funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Olllces:   Molsons Hank Block.  First Street.   Revelstoke Station,  B. C.  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office and Residence, two doors cast Cowan  Block.  TIlir.D S1RKET, CENTRE.  Night and Day Calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman. ���������  Draying ami delivery work aspeeia'ty. ^Teams  always ready on shortest notice. Contractu for  jobbing taken. SWAgcnt for the Standard  Oil Company.  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Tn nn Street, Centre.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment of Fancy  Goods in town.  M. K. Lawson.  The   Carnes   Creek  Consolidated ��������� Gold  Mines, Limited Liability.  Notice is hereby given piven that the annual  general meeting of shareholders of-the above  named company will be held at the company's  ofllee at Kevelstoke, British Columbia", on the  fourteenth day of March, 189.1' nt two o'clock  iu the afternoon, for the purpose of.electing  ollicers for the eniuinK year nnd (or all other  general purposes relating to the management  of the company.  I. T. brewsteh,  -   Secretary.  Revelstoke, llritisli Columbia,;  ��������� Fehrilarv.Clti.H_ii!)    -   --     17.21  $25.00 Reward.  The undersigned will pny tho above reward  for any information that will lead to the conviction of the partv or parties who poisoned  her dog "Joe."  MRS. J.D.GRAHAM,  Revelstoke, B. C, March 1st, 1899. 17.19  Bankrupt Stock for Sale by Tender  TENDERS will be received hv the" undersigned up to the 13th day of March next for the  purchase of the stock of groceries, drvgoods,  cents' furnishings and boots nud shoes  belonging to thc E������tatc of ft. F. Fallis, an  insolvent, and situate at Revelstoke, B.C.  Highest or any tender not necessarily a ���������ccpted.  Terms and conditions of sale .may be hud on  application to the undersigned.  Dated Feb. 'iith, 1899.  I. T. BREWSTER, Assignee,  Rcvclttoke, B. C.  Second-Hand Harness Wanted  The undersigned warts to purchase a-num-  ber of seta of second-hand work harness with  breeching. Also second-hand wagons, ~i and  3l_f rim. Applv for address .at the Herald  office. IC���������tf  The Great Western Mines, Limited.  The annual meeting ol the shareholders of  the above named company will lie held at thc  oflice of the company In Revelstoke, B. C. on  the Seventh day 01 March, IS99, for thc purpose  of electing officers for the ensuing year ond  all business relating to the company.  A.E KINCAID, Secretary.  Revelstoke, B. C, February 30th, 1899. td  Cook Stove For Sale.  Onlv in use about six months.   Apply at thc  Herald office. - 13-13  To Rent  A good-sized furnished room (without board)  bathroom privileges, at fl a month.   Central  location.   Apply at the Herald oflice.  Dissolution of Partnership   '  Notice Is hereby given that thc partnership  hitherto existing between thc undersigned  has been dissolved by mutual consent. The  teaming and wood������el!ing business will be  continued bv John Pettipiece, who will collect  all monies due arid settle all accounts against  the late firm.  Witnc������������: I (JOHN PETTIPIECE.  J. C. M'Callvm i j F. VAN.  The Title Good  The B. C. Permanent Loan i Savings Co., of  Vancouver. B.C., wish to state that they arc  now satisfied with tbe Title of the Smelter  Town.ltc and arc prepared to loan money on  thc propertv..  FAYETTE BVKER,  Agent.  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.K. Stiitimi  A Handsome Display  A very hands ome display of Chinese  anel Japanese cm ins anel fancy goods  is now heing made,-at the* Chinese.'  Si ore���������next to post office. Front  Street���������hy WAH CHUNG. The  stock, which is entirely new, having  -just arrived from the Orient via the  last Empress, consists of a great  variety of chinn, silk and bamboo  articles of quaint workmanship and  l( oriental heauty, which must he seen  to he appreciated. This display is  one thnt will prove of particular  interest lo the ladies of Kevelstoke  and Milords a treat which is usual ly  had only hy residents of coast cities.  Pectoral Balsam  .WILL CURE.  Coughs  Colds  Bronchitis  Influenza,   Cold in  tbe   Head,   Asthma  and all Throat and Lung Affections.  It will also be found  helpful in   Kidney  and Urinary Diseases.  O. E. REID & OO.  JOE   MARTIN'S   ELEVEN   POPULIST  SUPPORTERS  OUR   KELLIE ONE OF   THEM  The Victoria Globe Denounces the  Growing" Disease of Populism in the  B. C. Legislature and Proposes a  Coalition of Conservatives and Old  Liberals to Stem the Rising Tide of  Demagogism  The Victoria Glohe, the new evening paper published at the capital, in  the interest of thc old Liberalism as  opposed to Joe Martin and all his  works and which is very ably edited  and conducted, contained on Friday  a very striking. article under the  caption, "The Duty of tlie."Hour," in  which it brands much of the recent  legislation of the local house as sheer  Populism.   The.Glohe says:  "It seems to have been taken for  granted that there aie onlv two  political creeds represented in the  local house, hut a little reflection will  show that there could he no greater  mistake. There are, of course, Liberals anel likewise Conservatives, hul  it has not yet beer, pointed out that  there is a third and/not unimportant  contingent who are Populists. Judging lliein hy tlieir record ami hy their  speeches on the platform and in the  House there are at, least eleven ineiii-  he'rs of the present assembly who aie  either Populists or have Populistie:  tendencies, and these are Joseph  Martin. Higgins, Kellie, Forster.  Deane, Me-Phersnn, Henderson, Neill.  It. Smith, Helgesen and Kidd, althoiii.li  the lust unfiled would possibly be more  properly classed as a Patron. Populists  in lhu United States, used to point  wilh pride to Suckles*- Jerry. Simpson,  in British Columbia,' tliey glory in-the  deeds nf'Bed less'Joe Martin. Populism  that degrading cull, which has brought  Kansas,* Nebraska. Washington and  oilier states of the .Union into worldwide contempt, means raids on capital,  strangling of railways, .starvation  silaiiisfor public: .officers and consequent, poor service,- repudiation of  public obligations, stagnation of  business, general distrust, shattered  credit in the money -markets, anel in  ti'e end national bankruptcy.  lt is startling to contemplate that  the Populistie element in this Province should have gained so much  strength in the Legislature and Unit  there are 11 men out of 38 of this type  of lawgivers."  The duty of the hour ,the Globe  declares is a coalition of the  7>ld-Eiheral ~" \vitlf~the~~-Conserviit ives.-  The remedy for the growing disease of  Populism it says is simple.  " All that has to be done to hurl off  these Populists into innocuous oppo  sition is for the other members of Ihe  H inse; to meet and make concessions.  Mr. Semlin who Iris been tried anel  found wanting as a leader might very  easily be persuaded to retire' into  the quieter atmospheie of the Agent  Generaley in London, for which post  he would be admirably suited; and it  ought not to he difficult for Mr.  Turner and Mr. Cotton, both being  Conservatives, to form a coalition  government or at least arrange a  modus vivendi. Such a government,  which should consist of thiee Conservatives and three Liberals, could at  once annihilate the Populists aud  restore the credit of the Province and  would have the hearty friendship of  the federal govi-riiment which regaitls  Mr. Martin as the greatest- menace to  o  the welfare of the Liberal party."  " Necessarily in order to effect this,  some of the members of the late government will have to abandon lhe  idea of holding a portfolio in the new  regime. It is useli'ss to expee-t that  the people of the Mainland will ever  again accept as their government what  was frequently denounced as Ihe  Victoria clique. A fair representation  to both Mainland and Island must be  given with Liberals and Conservatives  in the executive council. Both Mr.  Turner and Mr. Cotton must now he  coisvinied of t he utter folly of of longer  permitting Martinisui to reign unchecked and they both owe it to the  country to sink their differences nnel  deliver the Province from the horrors  of Populism."  " The Globe.is Liberal to the backbone, but. it holds that it would be  better to have the most bigoted Conservatives lhat could be* collected in  the province placed iu offle-e tl an we  should all suffer from the vagaries of  a political vagrant, who, for his own  purposes has unfurled the Black Flag  of Populism."  STRIKE ON THE NETTIE L  DETAILED ACCOUNT FROM THE  TROUT LAKE TOPIC  18 INCHES GALENA AND COPPER  HE DROPS INTO POETRY  MR. KELLIE APPEARS IN A NEW  CHARACTER  SWEET SINCER OF. KOOTENAY  The Main Ledge Struck at One Hundred and Sixty Feet��������� A Magnificent  Showing of Ore���������Supposed to Be in  the Silver Cup Lead���������The Work of  Development Will Go On . Till the  Mine is a Shipper  Billy Holloway culled into the Topic  to-day and stated that yesterday  about six o'clock a strike was made on  the Nettie L that is likely tn make it  with future development one of the  biggest mines in the district. Some  months ago a long crosscut was  commenced to tap the lead at a depth  of 115 feet. In running this tunnel  and when in about a hundred feet two  lei'ds were encountered whicli did not  appear on the surface, each containing a considerable! quantity of mineral.  The first of these blind leads was 8  feet thick and the second 5 feet. Tiie  latter of these caii\ed a streak two  feet thick of a fair grade of ore. After  leaving these veins and continuing the  crosscut for the main ledge, nothing  was encountered until in over 100 feet  when a body of magnetic iron seven  feet in thickness was encountered and  run through. Lying next to this was  2J feet of carbonates, then a layer of  steel galena two inches thick, and  finally tbe latest strike of 18 inches' of  solid galena and gray copper. This  tiiat-yiificent showing is the fruit of  hard and unremitting lnhor ar.d the  amount, of tunneling now completed is  something over 175 feet. The Nettie  L is located only about li miles fiom  Ferguson with which town it is connect iN.-hy trail.* It is the intention of  the owners to keep on witji the work  anil as development progresses, ih-  re.-ise the force until the property is  placed on .1 sound shipping basis.  The Nettie L is believed to be on the  Cup lead, but as a" considerable" distance intervenes between them this is  to a certain extent a matter of conjee:! ores. However,-he that is it. maj-,  if the* quantity of ore now showing in  the crosscut continues in the drifts, it  will be a credit I.o the Cup or any other  lead in the province*. The magnetic  iron in the strike is supposed to run  pretty high in golel. hut as nut hing has  been heard concerning the assays, the  amount can only be speculated at.  Billy Holloway who has been superintending the work of development,  leaves to-morrow for Revelsloke*. -md  when he returns' some definite pro-  Rramine~-of proceiliire-will-be-adiipted*-  The company owning the Nettie L  have their headquarters at Revelstoke.  Trout Lake Topic.  The   Contribution   of the   Member  for'  Revelstoke to tbe Debate 01 the Constitutional Questions   Involved   in  the  Dismissal of the Turner Government���������  Kellie's First, Last  and   Only Speech'  During the Session  The Victoria Colonist of Saturday  gives the following, account  of  Mr,'  Kellie's contribution to the debate  011  the dismissal ot the Turner ministry.. ._  It   makes  very amusing reading for  the Colonist's subscribers" every whero  but in Itevelstoke.  " There was a general laugh  on  Ihe  government side encouraged by which -  the member for Revelstoke also felt  moved to inflict some of his ehaiMCtei-  istic poetry, upon lhe  house,  and  prefaced it hy   stating   that once iu   his *  happy boyhood days he had been very      ���������'  fond of woodchuck hunting, in  wliich  be had as   a   felloiv' conspirator   and  accomplice a'favorite dog; it -'"  Mr. Speaker did not see quite wheie  t e dog and the woodchuck could have  anything to  do - with   a question of    ; .  constitutional law." *     W   '      'U"  Mr.   Kellie   insisted   that  he    was *  coming to that point."  There'was one  memorable occasion on  which his dog .  had run a woodchuck into its hole and '  had managed just.to  nip   the.disap-   -.,.  pearing game by the'tail.'*-   Then camo"  :���������"  a hiatus in  the   story   so   far   as   the   .  house vrns concerned, foi- tlie member's ' -  emotions evidently ovei come him, anil     ' t  his voire'almost sank to a whisper.   It*  ���������*-  was to be gathered  from, the. ccait'rxt','.  that the dog  bit off the woodehiick's :.    -  caudal appendage'.ind'dienl either by ���������";  choking tu-sudden'" shock) nhir* out of   .  the story, by some process all his own, *  tbe member evolved the-moral that in '  **��������� - ,,   .  the resolution   before lhe  house' the,  members had "bit off more thnn they'  could chew,"     Upon this theme Mr.  Kellie had written 11 poem,   which  he  proceeded   to   read   with    pride   and l.  dramatic gesture:     ��������� ���������    -       ���������    ������������������ ,  Dow the Turnerites did fly."  Scared hy the late election cry;  And now being robhtel of office pie,"-  They raise the Constitution rry.  And" want the Govemoi; to fry��������� '  But these mean 1 actii's.'sleek and sly..-..  Are all my eye  A.i-.d-.ill-fotvpie.-  A   RISING   RAILWAY  CENTRE  The   Divisional  Point  of  Field   as   It  Appears To-Day  (From Our Own Correspondent!.  Field,   Feb.   25.���������Field,   50S   miles  from Vancouver, is a place  which  i>  springing  up  rapidly   anil   is   now  a  divisional point on the C.P.It.     Tliere  are now three stores in the  town  just  opposite  the  station,   viz..   Cailin k  Wychoff, general merchants, who  carry a large stock of gooels, J. R.  Hull & Co., of Revelstoke, Kamloops,  etc., who are just opening a large  butcher's store, and A. XV. Palmer,  late of Caninore, who bas a drug store  which is splendidly illuminated wilh  acetyline gas. There aie also two  stores, a barber shop, and two restaurants in the place. The Mountain  View restaurant, J*. Sands, proprietor,  is a favorite resort lor raihoad men.  The population of tbe place at present  is now about 330 and is steadily growing. The C.P.R. has a splendid hotel  here lying just at the foot of Mount  Stephen.  A dance given here on Friday  evening at which IS couples were  present, was held at one of thc new  residences of Mr. J. Ormiston, C.P.R  engineer, who very kindly gave the  boys the use of the house Cor the  evening.  The C.P.It. are building a hoarding  house and ,ice house here, whicli have  been moved from Donald. One of Mr.  T. Kil pat rick's bridge gangs iis at  present engaged putting up these  buildings with D. Wright of Revelstoke as foreman.  " Is that written by the Koolenay '  cow?"   asked   the ��������� member  for South '  East Kootenay, with 1 shudder and a"-*  gasp.  " This   must   slop,"     shinned     Mr.  Speaker, emphasizing the order with a '  succession of gavel taps.  The member forRevelstoke pei-sisted'-  while men.hers on both sides of the '  house looked with unspoken entreaty '  in their eyes towards the chair.  Once more the  member essayed  to '  proceed   with -  his   awful   onslaught,  while the   Speaker   forcibly' declared '  that   thc   assassination of' literature '  must uot proceed.  It was   then   lhat   the nlcmber for '  South   East   Koolenay' canie   to   the  rescue of the Alfred Austin  of Revel-'  stoke, and   once   again* demonstrated  his unquestionable fortitude.  " Let him go on. Mr.* Speaker." he  saiel: "I can stand it if other honorable members can."  And steeling his heart  to  pity,  the  sage   of   Revelstoke    completed    his *  deadly work as follows:  The " Kurnel " went to Cassiar.  And sniffed defeat from near and far. - ,  He miffed his party to the sky.  Anil to the. Dutchmen there proclaimed '  The Turiieiites muse be maintained..  'Tw.is all my eve;  'Twas ill for pie.  ~The sergeant-at-iu-ms was   seen ap- "  proaching ns he concluded, awaiting  the woid from  Mr. Speaker,   so 'Mr.  Kellie took his seat.  The business of the country was ���������  then resumed."���������Colonist.  Silver Queen Bonded  Jas. Dixon'c-anie out from Ferguson -  on Saturday and went lhrough to the  coast. While in the Lardeau he-  bonded from J. -Staubert the well'  known property, the Silver Queen, "on ���������  Great Northern Mountain for 825.000.*"-  The bond extends over 18 months. ��������� ���������risers >  Bevelstoke   Herald  FmW-_Md IB InterMta o  Bend, Trout lake  ion, Jor"  IstrloU  K-T������lste-6, I__rd.s.a, Bi*  UleoUtawaet, _Jb������rt Canjon, Jordan  A  -OMMeOH.,  ta_ Vutli  4l������t  .Proprietor.  horse, quite contentedly three times a  day,"���������and that while crossing the  White Pass sh* had joined a dinner  party consisting ot three murderers  (Indians), a man they hael tried to  murder,   and   three   policemen.  The most valuable part of' her  paper was that which discussed the  .question  whether women  whom  men  -  -.--j���������t .J2-rn*!i ?J?_?u.^n-_.fnS'respected could be brought     into the  Ifi^^wU^IVl-S^t^lMrm^iSI | Yukon.      "Nowhere  does  one  see  so  3a*r*taa-*eoUma with ill traini."     . plainly aB  III districts of new settle-  ^aSJSJuoa^^^B^aUo*'carrier. ������2 00 It hat their advent will promote thrift  pirtuu; $1.15 tor six months, strictly In ns wcn as comfort. The honesty of  *t.TJff������t'.K n.���������������_n._,t- iiut Hiiialo Job .the country was illustrated by the  E_^ii������,Di5Po"���������of lh_ best oqu"PpSd entire absence oC sold robbery.  ���������rtn������i"*f ___cea la Ww KooUnay, snd Is pro-  iaxti X* __c<5CUU all kinds of printing in first  ygrnl t#-HtecutA >.* ���������������������������������- -��������� . ,- -  elaa-t styls at basest prices One.price to all.  J*������J������fc wela-tte���������sone toe imall-forus. Mail  orders nomnflr attended to. Glre us a trial  ��������������� y������������r������4xt order. '  TaCemapondenu:   W������ in\       correspond  taoa an bo  public, mu   _.,_-.,,. . .   --.- ->.-���������.  ^SU* AZKUT& bonSYd������eUDndaJl5 conceivable that in Mich a  period li.e  aftka writer muitacooinpanr manuscript, but .(iiiartz veins      which ever,   one  f\B regards the future of the Klondike, Miss Shaw professed herself a  converted sceptic. The best informed  mining engineer whom she was able  le: consult  Rave 50 years a.s his estl  oVi>nl1jae������8o������ interest ������x> tho general I male for working oul the alluvial golel  nd dealre a rell������bl<  regular corros- ' airPa(iy  jn  sight:   and  it was  scarcely  net naoetaatl!y for publlcatlo  Address all communications  :   REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, B.  Iseeking would      not      be found,  .further developments opened up.  was  and  aOTIBE TB CORRESPONDENTS  be    legibly  AlA. NIGHT TRAMS  About six weeks ago the system ot  all night trams in the eastern dislrict  of the metropolis was adopted, anel as  far as it lias yet been tried has proved  a success. The cars have been so  personal (Uiiv patronized    that   in spite of the  I. All'.'correspondence   mast   b  erritteam ana aide ot lha paper only,  1. CorTeoaondonce      containing    t   _���������������������������. ������u������t .aligned with t_������ pr per name  ]&w IareB_a penny for a run ot about  e,*_������5K|-ndenee  with reference   to any line miles-there     has     been no loss.  thins that has  appeared-In  another   pw*; Thev   have   been       used       chiefly   by  *u.t ar.t ^. ���������ffe������a^������' PuS?���������������'tf" Ko       voriclng men, and men     employed in  yper -efnr. lt can appear in 1 hi Hbuiii.      I ���������r,wgn!,"^c���������.  omceg   ,n       Ul0  clty       and  "        others employed  in llie markets. But  WEDNESDAY,       MARCH   1,       1S99.  hclated travellers      of     other classes    ��������� have  also  availed   themselves  of  the  ���������l.   m 11111 . facilities  afforded.      The   system  has  1 _-��������� J >__.___.      I _n4-L_rM- i within   the  past  week  beon  extended  LOnQOn      L61X01 no as to embrace several other routes  THE    PERILS    OF   FRANCE  SIR W.  HARCOURT ON THE  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Miss Shaw.'s Lecture On the Yukon  London, February IU.���������M. de Beati-  rt-paire, the ex-judge who acts for the  moment as military spokesman,  from the first demanded that the trial  of Dreyfus should bo transferred to  the entire court which contains 45,  and is supposed, hot having heard the  evidence, to bo -veiy hostile to revision.'  The" government, after the weight of  evidence which they refuse to publish, but which, says tho Minister of.  ' Justice, Is "consistent with the honor  of the judges," have agreed to this  plan; and on Monday brought In a  bill, ' which directs the whole court,  which can only decree revision  through a court similar lu kind to  the "one appealed from.  Dreyfus, therefore, must now in  any cane be sent before a court martial! The decision " has'' greatly  daunied the friends of Dreyfus. They  say'with tbe army, the populace anel  the cabinet against iheni, they are  powerless.      Poor. Dreyfus!  GREAT   PROTESTANT   DEMONSTRATION  A great demonstration was held in  lhe Albert     Hall on     Thursday, over  10,000 persons were -   present.      Lord  Klnnalrd  in  the chair, and =.-ho-was  supported  by English      and      Scotch  -  Peers, and a good number of members  cJ parliament.  The meeting was of a- most enthusiastic character, and,at the close despatched a long telegram to the Queen,  asking her to give the Prime Minister  c-;'r~ctions io take the necessary steps  iu the coming session of parliament  for suppressing the Romish doctrines  now In vogue in thousands of churches  in the country.  LAWLESSNESS IN THE CHURCH  Sir AV. Harcourt's last leiter ln Tha  Times on the Rituall~t movement.  ~"EKo-������*s~"ibat��������� Iie"eIoeV^neitr"sliirk_anyT_of  the issues. The closing paragraph of  the letter is devoted to the bishops  and the lawless clergy, pointing out  that, i; disestablishment comes as a  result or the present crisis, it will  come in a shape for which they are  perhaps, not prepared.  From ihe case of ihe Irish and  Welsh churches it ia generally supposed thai, should the worst happen,  the clergy will, in the event of diseu-  dowment. be treated with liberality  and generosity. Such treatment is  natural and.proper, when our unoffending clergy suffer by the application or the principle of religious  equal iiy.  "Hut these toii.-.ideraiions.'* Sir \V.  Harcourt point., out. "do not apply to  a body of men dismissed by the nation  on account of tln-ir lawless conduct.  Tli*y ne������d noi lay tli������ tlaiiering  unction to th-lr souls thnt they ar>-  sointc to carry      off the      Protestant  almost universal operation.  An   Agricultural   Market   Scheme  A conference was helel yesterday at  Cannon Street hotel, on tha subject  of a proposed imperial market and  stores, for the creation of which a  bill is being promoted in parliament  in  the present session.  It was slated that the proposed  stores would be brought inlo direct  railway communication with all parts  of the kingdom. They would bo devoted exclusively to the sale of home  and colonial products, foreign commodities  being  prohibited.  All transactions would be conducted  under the supervision of a local committee, appointed by the farmers of  each county, and it was proposed to  commence operations in the live  stock industry by bringing the farmers of Ireland and the eastern counties into direct communication with  each other. A series of public, meetings was arranged in support of the  proposal.  A    Curious    Custom  Biddenden. the scene of the extraordinary murder last Sunday���������when  the rector's daughter shot the village shoemaker, who was also Sunday school superintendent���������is one of  thc most curious vitiligos in the south  east of England.  It stands far removed from the  movement of the world. It-is chiefly  known through a certain charity,  concerning which there exists an odd  legend. '  Tweiuv acres, called Bread and  Cheese Land, were left long ago .by a  person unknown, the yearly rents to  he distributed among the poor of the  parish.  This is done on Easier Sunday afternoon, in COO cakes, each of which  has the figure of two women impressed upon it. The story goes that  these are the Biddenden sisters, joined together at birth in Siamese-twin  fashion.  The New Submarine Boat  Tho performance of the' submarine  boat appears to have given unbouiiel-  cd satisfaction to Jlr. Lockroy. the  French minister of marine, who has  given vent to his feelings in words  which, coming from a responsible  member   ot"   the   French   government,  Jew." '  "Well," said Mr. Dooley, "ye'er  thoughts on this subject is Interestln'  but not conclusive. Ye have a  r-right to yee'r opinion an' ye'U hold .  it annyhow, whether ye have a r-right j  to it or not. Like .most iv ye'er fellow citizens, ye start Impartiel. Ye;  don't know annything about the case.  If ye knew; annythlng ye'd not have  an opinion wan way or th' other.  They'se nivcr been a niatther come  up in my time that th' American  people was so sure about as lhey ar-re  about th' Drey-fuss case. Th' Frinch  ar-re not so sure, but they'se not u  polismnn in this counthry that can't  tell ye jus' where Dhry-fuss was when  th' remains of th' poor girl was  round. That's because th' thrlle was  secret. IC 'twas an open thi lie an' yo  heerd lh' tistimony and knew th' language an' saw th' safe afther 'twas  blown open, ye'd bo puzzled uu' not \  care a rush whether Dhry-fiiBS was.  naked in a cage or takin' tay with  his uncle at lh' Benny Brlth club.  ���������"I haven't made up me mind  whether th' Cap done th' shootin'  or not. He was certainly in th' neighborhood whin th' lire started, an' th'  poi is dug up quite a lot iv lead pipe  In his hack yard. But it's wan thing  to sus-plci a man of doin' a job an'  another thing to provo that ho tilt ut.  "Me frind Zola thinks he's innocent,  an' ho raised the dlvvle at th' thrile  I've heerd. Whin th' judge come up  on th' bench an' opened tli* court,  Zola was sittin' down bolow th' lawyers. 'Let us pro-ceed,' says th' impartial an' fair minded judge, 'to th'  thrile iv th' haynnous monsther Cap.  Dhry-fuss," ho says.  "Up jumps Zola an' says he in  Frinch, 'Jackuse,' he says, which is a  tllvvle of a mane thing to say to anny  man.   An'   tliey   trim  him   out.  " 'Judge,' says th' attorney for th'  difinse, 'an' gintlemin iv th' jury,' he  says.  " 'Ye'er a liar,' says the judge. 'Cap  ye'er guilty an' ye know it,' he says.  Th' decision iv th' coort is that ye  be put in a cage an' sint to th" Div-  vle's own island fr th' r-rist iv ye'or  life,' he says. 'Let us pro-ceed to  hearin' th' testi-mony,' he says.  'Call th 'witnesses at wanst,' he says,  'an lave thlm to have it out.on th '  Ilure. says he.  "Be this time Zola had como back,  an' he jumps up an', says he, 'Jack-  use,' be savs. An' they trun him out.  >--" -Before goin' anny farther,' says  th' lawver fr th' dillnse, T wish to  sarvc notice that whin this thrile  is over I intind.' he says, 'to wait outside, lie says, 'an' hammer th' hon'-  rable coort into an omelet, he says,  "with these few remarks I will close.'  "I'h" coort,' savs th' judge, 'is always  l-reaely to de'lnd th' honor of France.'  lie says, 'an' if lamed counsel will  consint,' he says, 'to step up here fr  a niinyit,' he says, 'th' coort'll put a  sthrangel hold on him that'll do him  a bit iv good,' he says. 'Ah,; he says,  ���������here's me frind Pat th 'Clam,' he says  ���������Pat, what do ye know about tir case?'  he says. 'None iv ye'or business,  says Pat. 'Answered like a man an'  a sojer,' says th' coort.  ,'Jackuse,' says Zola from th' dure-  wav.    An they trim him out.  " 'Call Col. Hinuery,' says th' coort.  'He 'ray-fuses to answer-.' .'Good.^  The' case is clear. * Cap forged th'  will. Th' coorl will now adjourn fr  doools, tin' ladin' ollicers Iv th' army  not ln disgrace already will assimblo  in jail an' commit suicine." he says.  " '.lack-use,' say's Zola, an started f r  th' woods, pursued by his fellow editors. He's oft somewhere in a threo  now hollerin' 'Jackuse' at ivry man  that passes, sufferin' martyrdom .fr  liis counthry an' writiu' now an' thin  about  it all.  * i hat's all I know about Cap. Dhry-  fuss's case, an' thai's all anny man  knows. Yo didn't know as much,  Hinnissy. till 1 told yo. I don't,know  whether Cap stole th' elog or not."  "What is he charged with?" Mr.  Hennessey   asked   in   bewilderment.  ���������Til niver tell ye," saiel Mr. Dooley.  "It's too much  to ask."  "Well, annyhow." said Mr. Hennessey, "he's guilty; ye can bet on  that."  St. Leon  Hot  prings  Upper Arrow Lake,  ^mmrmmmimmmmmmrmnmmwmmmmmti  E   THE MOLSONS BANK  f  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855. 3  ���������    -������������������ ,' 3  *     HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL ^  PAID UP CAPITAL      - - -      82 000.000 3  REST FUND - $1,500,000 _3  DIRECTORS:   Wm.Moi.son MAcriucnsox, President;  S. II. E-.viko, Vice President: 3l  W. M. IUms-T.SamU-I, Fi-_ky, Hhniiy Aiiciiuiai.h, .1. 1'. Ci.Kcsiio.t.., -*  H. Maiiki.a_I" Molson. ZS  F. IVoKKKKTON Thomas, General Manager. *3  Interest allowed at current 3  J. D. MOLSON, ^  MAHACIIUI,  ItKV-LSrUKK,  B.C.       3|  UAi_J_MlMWWW.W_-W^  A general banking business transacted,  rates.  BRITISH COLUMBIA  RATES.   $1 oo   PER   DAY  "Well Known for Their  m. Health Giving Properties.  Both Hotels Open for the Winter  The 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  C olumbia  House.  Good accommodation. A. good bar  well supplied with choice wine-  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Bpowji  8c Pool,  Proprietors.  R  V E u s T o  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.  $1.25 per day.  Baths Free.  "Hates  W.    M.    BROWN,  may be regarded as extravagant aneT  foolisb.  Iu the submarine boat he appears  to think that France has got a weapon by which the British Navy can  be easily disposed of. To au Italian  gentleman, whom ho entertained at  breakfast. M. Lockroy is' saidto have  grandiloquently declared that, "The  naval organization of Great Britain  is all humbug. The English have  only the brute force of numbers. In  the future our programme will be to  construct very powerful and swift  cruisers anel a great many destroyers and submarines. L.t England  always go on constructing ships of  the line!"  All this sounds a littlo cliilelisli.  seeing how little this rigmarole is  based upon. The l-'ashod.-i Incident,  aeeorilinir to M. Lejckroy, has really  been a blessing to France, for, he  says. "It has muele us understand  thai a conflict with iSngland is certain,  plant of the National church in order j fatal. Hut .{iiglauil will fall into an  Id tarry on the-lr Romish maniifae- error if sh.* supposes that, shu can  lures.   " They  are   noi   to  be  allowed   crush   France   by   force   of   numbers.  lo occupy the parish churches, or the  cathedrals in which to create cDiifes-  slonals and celebrate without restraint iheir high masses. They are  not to be secured by life incomes as  commutation or compensation in the  work of accomplishing the "conversion of England" out of the funds of  the Protestant Establishment."  This is an aspect of the case that  seems to have escaped the notice of  the Romanising clergy, whose defiance  of the laws of a church that pays  them for being loyal, Is only eejualled  by the tenacity with which they cling  to their crucifixes, and by their determination not to let their consciences  suffer at the expense of their pockets.  MISS SHAW    ON THE    KLONDIKE  This lady who recently visited the  Klondike and who paid you a visit on  her way back, read a paper embodying her experiences before the Colonial Institute on Friday.  Disclaiming all credit for her  achievement. Miss Shaw nevertheless  admitted that she travelled quite  alone and on foot 15 or 20 miles a day.  over trails which, but for the passing  prospector, were the exclusive haunts  of -wild animals and birds; that the  food "was primitive���������she "learned to  cat beaoE. -when     nscd  France will keep her battle ships in  port, ami against the enemy have resource; to, anel mercilessly apply the  methods of the corsair." All this  boasting is because the Justan Zcele  has succeeded in hitting with a tejr-  peelo an anchored ship, which could  easily run away from the slow moving submarine boat.  A Smart Pupil  It is just possible that your readers do not see Vanity Fair! There-  foie 1 make no apology for sending  you the following school story from  its latest number:  Diocesan Inspector: "Now, can  any of you boys tell me how lying is  denounced   in   scripture?"  Intelligent Pupil: 'Please sir. yes.  sir: I know: "A lio is an abomination until t,he Lord, but a very pleasant help in time of trouble.'"  MR.  DOOLEY  ON  THE  CASE  DREYFUS  "I tee be th' paaperB," said Mr.  Dooley. "that Col. Hinncry, th' man  that sint me frind Capt. Dhryfuss to  th' cage, has moved on. I sup-pose  they'l give th' Cap a new1 trile now."  "I hope thoy won't," said Mr. Hen-  arose, like a ; neisey, "I don't know anything about  Proprietor.  Do   You   UJ&nt   a   "Home   In    This    Groining    mining   and  Ijailcuay  Centre  ?  The C. & K. steam Navigation Company have some of tho nnst de,  lightful pioperty in Kevelstoke. It ia charmingly situated, handy to  to any portion of tho town. Come and enquire about it' at once. Easy  terms if necessary., ' ,'       .  HHI&& CHHIG, Sole Agents  Revelstoke.  Gity Directory  (1897-93)  for 1899  Now in Course of Preparation  It will take tliree moutlis to compile,  iiloni.-.   It will lie  Help i  Bigger, Better, and Right Up-to-Date  with iii.-i!_3. etc.:   city council, anil all complete;  Ivevclstoke's    resources,   lnhnliitnnts.  business  houses; In f.ici, llie handiest book ever issued  In Revelstoke.    Price: M cents.  Advertising rate*>on applicaiion.  R. P. PETTIPIECE  RevJstol\e  Rn Excellent  Sermon  TEXT:  Jeuncsv.. 10,20.  Delivered bpfore the Orange  Lodge, No. 1058, at Revelstoke,  B. Ci in the-Methodist church  on Sunday morning. Nov. Oth,  1808, by Rev. S. J. Thompson,  in a neatly printed 13-page  pamphlet. -  .  There are more hard facls  and valuable information in  this little booklet than you  ��������� can imagine until you have  read it. It's worth a dollar if  it's worth a cent.  Mailed to any address for 25c  P. PETTIPIECE, Revelstoke, B.C  jVLusic hath Charms  TO SOOTHE  <5-/i?  Sir������>.  'vii?  i%  "viiS*  ?\  ''i'ei.'i'  &!&  ^ee?  ;?"���������*������.  fan?  _?"-������_  %'i?  *?'���������>.  'cj-e'e?  "%lj?  -o7?i)  %&-  ������V>j  ^tl0  ������&&  ^ PIANOS by nix different makers.  ^'^W'^W'^W  sat.  %-fc'  the Savage 5^st  And that i<~ why you often see a BRASS BAND round a DOG'S NECK. We cannot  conveniently supply you with the c.-a.vinb ckkvicai. VEi'TFnitAB, but we will sell yen  the instruments for a Band, and in the meantime a self-pi lying Symphony Organ, or  the Angelus Orchestral would am use jou, entertain your friends, nnd educate tho  children. Vou buy an crgan or piano in order Hint .your children may learn to pluy;  The Symphosv and Anoxia's OitciiKSTRAr-. will answer your purpose, and atte:r the  children have finished practising and gone to bed. you can play opkratic ski.kctioxs  or sacked .music to your friends. Place the music roll in position, pull out the stops,  and blow. The instrument plays the notes and you give the expression. The Symphony  is a.v oitc.AK, an J thc Angelus Orchestral is an organ, and piano player combined.  By   thc   way.  don'c  you   reepiire   some   new   records   for the   GUAHOl'llONl"   or  Grapiioi'honk?    We have them if you do, and we have  Violins, flfonlft  Oryaux, Flnfrs, Piccolos, Strings. Bones, Auloharpn, Guitars, MandohnR,  (Washbarn and any kind). Banjos, Cornets, Jens' Ilarpn, Slicil Manic, Elc.  The Geisha Lancers and WaR** tow ir. Block.  Piano-cased ORGANS.  ���������-/iis-  Wi0  Write or call at once.     (Mention lhis paper.)  The Alberta ^Vlusic Co., CalgarO.  -TEMPEST & SMITH-  f. jvuscmTr  Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in.   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JWIDTTCM JI.ND SJ113SJ1&E  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Itevelstoke,  llevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson."  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed  rooms.  Table furnished with  the choicest the market  affords. Be;st Wines  Liquors nnd Cigars  Rate*!-' $1.00 a clay.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE. Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Food and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  Saddle,    and     Pack  always for hire.'  Horses  Freighting   an  special l}'.  LY.'unmg  Daily Stage leaves' Thomson's Landing', every morning ab 7  ~���������'for Ti*6ut~Lake'Oity.'���������For particulars-write -���������=������������������= =-=-J���������  o'clock  ��������� par  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Revelstoke.  Preaching services at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Class moetlnfeat the close ot the  morning servico. Sabbath School and1 Bible  Class at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  ovory Wednesday evening ut 7:30 p.m. The  public aro cordially invited.   Beats {reo.  REV. 8. J. THOMPSON, Pastor.  CHURCH OK ENGLAND-St. Peter's  Revelstoko Hours of Bor vice: Evening  prayor daily at 5 o'clock. Fridays at 7:30.  Sundays and Festivals:    " '  Holy Communion at  morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  ana ulble Class at 2:30. evening prnyer at 7:30.  First Sunday in the month Holy Communion  at morning services. ;   PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH���������Rovelstoko.  Service overy Sunday at 11 a.m. und 7:30  p.m. Bib'o Cliss at 2:30 p.m., to which  all aro welcome. Prayer meeting ac 8 p.m,  every Wednesday.  REV. T. ME5TZIES, Pastor.  WOMAN CATHOLIC CHUROH ��������� Revel-  A������- stoke. Mass llrst and third Sundays In  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  CALVATION ARMY-Meetings ovory night  *->   ln their ba 1 on Front Street '  Tfee Vepnon Soda  Watep Works  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Maoufactu-er nf Soda Water, 3Inger  A!o, Rareaprllla and all Soft Drinks.  A full suppl 1 kept in "lock, at McCarty's Cold Storage, where orders   C"nbeleft. i'20-sw-tf  HEVELSTOK.E  IRON WORKS..  Blaoksm-thine.* Jbbbine  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmith ng  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty_--____.  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke  Station.  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  Hepriilnr  meetings  are liolel  in llie  Oddfellows Hull nn tlietliiid Friday  nf each monlli at7.3up. in.   Visiting  brethren cordially liivlted.  ,   V. O. Ulrnev. ^NV.M.; 11. I*. l'ctti  niece. Her. Sec; Dr. T. Jeffs, Fin. Sec ; Tlios.  Stced.-Tri'.isurer.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.. N0.3461.  Sleets li tho Oddfellows' Hall on tbo  2nd and "tli Fridays of  'each monlli. Visiting  bi-cthron invited to  attend.  B, 11. Campbell,   IC. D. .1. C. Johnson  Chief Ranger. Iter.-Sec.  llevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs, McKechnie   and Jeffs, Attendants  PATENTS  PROMPTLY SECURED!  ��������� W rite for our intercstinc; hooks " Invent-,  ors Help" ond "How- you are swindled.".  Send us a rough sketch or model of yonr '  invention or improvement and we will tell j  you _reo our opinion as to whether it is <  probably patentable. Wo make a specialty j  of applications rejected in otlicr hands."  Highest references furnished. V  MAJUON ft HABION ]  PATBNT SOLICITORS & EXPERTS I  Civil & Mechanical Engineers, Graduates of the j  Folytcchuic School of ������ne1nerrlnie. Ttachclori lu }  App'.leil Sclencs. Laval University. Members J  Talent Law Assoc!atlon. American Water Vorl:s 5  Association, Nw England Water Works Assoc. J  P. Q. Saiverors Aseoclatlon, Assoc. 2ten_b_r Can. '  Society of Civil Engineers.  ���������7m  UiiA'  if  - .i'OS.  .Uk  'vt'i  {&7\  'Wi  m  .<ljvi.  :4  ��������� ���������/���������������.  .--'���������;? !#>  &i'  Shot Through  t\\Q Moutl]  JAMIESON, M. P. FOR WINNIPEG  KILLS HIMSELF '  EXTRAORDINARY     TRAGEDY  The Deed Was Apparently Done  Playfully in the Presence of. His Wife.  Winnipeg. February 22.���������Mr. H. XV.  ���������luincson, M. P. ,for Winnipeg, accidentally shot himself dead at his  home McDcrmott Avenue last evening  about 8 o'clock.  The particulars of the lamentable  occurrence as learned by Free Press  reporters last night are very sad. It  appears that Mr. Jameson hnd gone  home from -t meeting of the Board of  Trade between C and 7 o'clock and  had dinner with his family. After  dinner he went to his room where he  read a paper, smoked a cigar, anil  then went to the kitchen and talked  with Mrs. Jameson.  The conversation some way turned  to the Mtbjpct of fire arms "and Jlr.  Jameson remarked that he hael one,  at the same time taking a self cocking  revolver from his pocket. Ho began  examining the weapon anel while  doing so said to his wife: "How  easy it would be to take one's life."  anil lifted the weapon to his mouth.  Mm. Jameson was not looking just at  that moment but she heard a louil  report.  As she turned around her husband  fell and expired instantly, the bullet  having passeel through his neck and  shattered the spine.  ! Doctors were -immediately summoned but all life was extinct when  they arrived.  Dr. Benson, coroner, was thon  called and put in possession ot the  circumstances.  Mr. Jameson was in thc best health  and had not complained of any business troubles. He was formerly  mayor of Winnipeg and was electee!  at the last general election to represent .this city in the Dominion parliament in the Liberal interests. Physically Mr. Jameson was a large healthy  man, with apparently no reason in  -the world tor committing suicide". The  tragedy has caused a tremendous  sensation iu the city.  RE  TURNING   EMPTY  Canadian Ministers Leave for Ottawa���������  .   The Result as Viewed in England.  Washington. February 21.���������-Premier  Laurier and* Ministers Davies. Fielding and Sifton left for Ottawa today.  Baron Herschell. Sir Richard Cartwright and Pope, under seeretary of  state, are still here.  THE ENGLISH VIEW "  London. February - '11.���������In official  circles there is great disappointment  that the hopes raised in the prelim-  ary discussion~wltli the United State3  and Canadian ministers have not yet  been realized and there is a tendency  to ascribe this failure in part to ihe  prsonnel of the commission.  KHALIFA AGAIN,  Moving North on Omdurman���������He Will  Have a  Warm Reception  Cairo, February 23.���������The Khalifa  has left Kher Kella and is moving  northwards with a large force. He  has been raiding the Arabs en route  and theso natives arc panic stricken.  Major MiicDonald, the head of tho  British expedition, which has been exploring East Africa has started  back to Omdurman. Major General  Hunter, recently appointed Governor  of Omdurman, and all British ollicers  of the Sirdar's force on furlough have  been recalled. A London Dally News  despatch from Cairo says: "The  ith all fa is advancing to Omdurman  with about fifteen or twenty thousand  men. Every preparation is being  made to give lilm a warm reception.  Colonel Kitchener's scouts came In  touch with the Khalifa in a strongly  entrenched position with 10,000 men.  Tho British having only a small force  found it necessary to retire to Omdurman. Tliis the Khalifa regarded as  a sign of weakness anel led him to advance on Omdurman. Kitchener has  9,000 men at Omdurman."  RAILWAYS WEAKEN  On Discrimination in Favor of American  Oil Companies.  Ottawa, February * 23.���������Thc complaints to the Privy Council of the Sun-  Oil Refining Company against . the  tariff of thc Grand Trunk and Canadian Pacific Railroads on oil, which  discriminates in favor of American  companies, came up before the railway  committee of the council this afternoon. After a long argument the rein esentatives of the railways weakened and consented to withdraw the obnoxious tariff.  IN TROUBLE  A Hamil'on  Clergyman  Mixed Up in a  Scandal  Hamilton. February 23.���������A scandal  involving lhe. Rev. Mr. G'ebghano, rector of St. Peter's church here. There  is a' woman in tlie case who has been  residing in Buffalo, New York, for  some-time past. It is expected thai  sOie will give evidence at the Investigation -'Mr.<ko. Geoghane denies the  charge, stating tliat what he did was  done as'an'old friend of the family.  His friends refuse to believe in his  guilt, but the woman's relatives claim  tliat they  have strong  evidence.   "'   ���������  PARLIAMENT OPENS  On   March  i6th���������An   Early  Allow Debate  Session to  A HOT TIME  The Filipinoes Set Fire  to Manila and  Attack the Americans  Manila, February 23.,7:30 a. m.���������  Tliere was,an outbreak of incendiarism accompanied by desultory street  fighting iu Manila, yesterday evening.  Casualties were few, but the loss in  property is enormous. Fighting is  still progressing iu the streets. The  plot to massacre the Americans in  - Manila, an account of wliich was  cabled last week, came to a head  last night. It was promptly met aud  ^suppressed,-���������with-__the_loss_of_a_few^  men.  Later: Fire started simultaneously in three parts of the city. Native  sharpshooters, hid -behind corners,  shooting every American in sight.  Santa Cruz, San Nicolas and Toado  burst forth in flames together. --  The fire lasted all night but has  been now under control. The natives  have been completely cowed by the  prompt action of General Otis.  ??Ottawa,. February 21.��������� Parliament  will meet' to despatch business on  March 16th. It was decided at a cabinet meeting, today, presided ovei- by  Premier Laurier. This dato is the  earliest for which the 'session could  now be called. It will allow time for  the debate "on the address from the  throne before the Easter adjournment.  BIG EXPLOSION  Four Persons Killed and Three Injured  Severely  Hartford City, Ind., February 24.���������  Four persons wore killed and three  injured by a mysterious explosion  which followed the fire discovered in  the Dick building early today.. The  explosion raised the third floor dropping it down again upon the second.  Four charred bodies were taken from  the ruins. Thoy were Louis Laforge'  and wife, James Bone and William  Lewis.  SHIP STORIES  Baltimore, February 23.���������The British steamer, Victoria, from -Hull arrived in port today with four men of  the crew of the missing ship Bulgaria. They tell tales of horrible  suffering and privation on the doomed  ship, which they believe to have sunk.  KIPLING'S LUNGS  ^ New Yol-k, February 23.���������Rudyard  Kipling is seriously 111 with lung  trouble. '  MINISTERS RETURN-  LUCKY WOMAN  Kansas City, February 24.���������Dr.  Howard S. Lowry, dentist of this  place, has confessed judgment for $25,-  000 in a breach of promise suit brought  by oue Martha South against him.  CANNIBAL MINERS  THE JABBER  Portage In Prairie. February 24.���������J.  A.' McNabb, of Poplar Point, now at  Lessor Slave Lake, was recently assaulted by members of a- gold prospecting party who tried to kill lilm In  order to cook his body to allay tlieir  hunger-  NO PEACE  Ottawa, February 23.���������Premioi"  Laurier and Minister Davies .have returned from thc United States  THE FATAL CAR.  Winnipeg, February 23.���������J. R. McDowell, who was struck by an electric car has died of his injuries.  MR. JAMESON'S FUNERAL  Winnipeg, February 23.��������� R. W.  Jameson's funoral is to ba hold on  Friday. His life insurance amounted to about $25,000.  Rome, February 24.���������Tho oflicials of  the Vatican have taken up a new  position regarding the Czar's peace  conference. They claim It Is useless  to cry "peace" when tliere is no intention of keeping the peace.  HOME AGAIN  Washington, February 21.���������Lord  Charles Beresford left here for New  York at 10 o'clock this morning. He  will sail on Saturday for Englaud.  QUICK FLASHES  ALGER WILL RESIGN  Washington, February 21.���������It Is reported in inner circles here that Gen.  Alger will resign from tho war secretaryship. This will facilitate the  passing of the army reorganization  WU. .   . '        ._    j.  Portion of Toronto aro flooded  owing to ico jams on the Don river.  The condition of Rudyard Kipling  remains unchanged.  Wetaskiwin  Free  Lance.  Owing to the absence of the regular  Jab artist on a well earned vacation  this week's     Jabs     are     written by  Colonel Young of Wetaskiwin.  ������   ���������   *  Conscientious readers of this great  family.   weekly will readily   observe  the Improvement.  * *   *  This is Lent.     At least so we have  been told, though there seems to be  nu particular change in Calgary life.  Tho same little procession gaes on  opposite The Herald office, and we are  still prepareel to lay odds on the doors  In the Alberta. lt is fashionable to  give up something In Lent, so we have  for once gone Willi the 400. We have  sworn off backing two pair against  tlie mini who draws two cards, and  putting more than one finger of water  to a glass.  ������   *   *  By the way this business of swearing off is a peculiar thing. There  was a saying about not letting your  right hand know what your left was  doing, but in Calgary they not only  give the thing aw'ny to both hands,  hut everyone informs his or her  friends. The old idea somehow seems  tbe best. Sacrifices, if real, should  not be made a parade of. One sweet  maiden is giving up candy, somo  dudelet cigarettes. lt may be -all  very well, but why boast of it? As  for oursolf we have also sworn off  buying tobacco, trusting to be able to  rustle enough to keep us going for the  IU days.  * *   *  '  So the Calgary hoys got beaten at  Edmonton in the hockey tournament.  Tliey should have put up in Soutli  Edmonton-anel read The Comforter  until the match. Instead of that tho  wily Edmonton rooters took them out  anel gave them a hot time in the olel  town. Two or three sports were  after*us for bets, but we knew these  Edmonton fellows and kept the oof in  our jeans. Hockey is a wonderful  game. We once acted as goal umpire.  The first thing that happened a puck  struck us in the face and we were  mixed up with a lot of howling  players. , Our doctor's bill for that  game paralized us and since then wo  have no use for hockey.  * .- *   * -  Take it all round we prefer" curling.  To begin with, it looks far more .respectable than hockey. ^'The curlers  are a" good lot, and put - up a good  time. The game is moro scientific,  although no quicker, anel once you  have mastered the language, which  we will admit is difficult, you are all  right. When a man can speak curling and golf, Choctaw will be mere  child's' play,to him. Archie Grant  c;in spring words on an outsider that  would'crack a dictionary man's jaw.  * *   *  There are two ways of" making a  fortune in the North West. Handling  cyttle and selling" whiskey. If you  want to roll up a stake quickly,  handle cattle. If you can't handle  cr.ttle, sell whiskey. In either case  you're a--winner. Tackle any other  business, that ot storekeeper, doctor,  lawyer, tlentist and ' journalist, or  anything else you -like, and you will  find your existence will be of tho  common, dull, familiar old hand to  mouth order. The lovely banks we  see at the street corners are not  utilized here for deposits. No one  has anything to deposit above a $10  bill.  * *   *  It is gradually dawning on us that  in a respectable religious city like  Calgary, marriage is one of the essentials. All the married folk live  cheerfully in their happy little cottages, as white people ought to do,  %vl)il������~tlT~e"bachelorsr'~stupidJ���������brutesr  experience the greatest difficulty in  paying for their room rent and board  week by week. We do not know  cvervthing about it, but it strikes us  lhat" here it is bachelorhood whicli is  a failure, and not marriage.  ������    *    *        -"  A bachelor has no home. He wero  better off lying cold in his grave as  passing his elays in a boarding house.  What sort of a miserable, chilling,  blood curdling sort of a place is a  boarding house to spend one's days  in anyhow? A man might as well be  a scrub steer in a corral having hay  chucked over the fence for him to eat  three "times a day.  ���������    .    *  Homo Is the kingdom over which a  woman is built especially to reign. Of  course, were It nol for his business a  man could have no home. If lt were  not for homes tliere would be no business at all. The expenses of other  homes make an income for him, and  the expenses of his own exhaust his  income for the welfare of some other  home birds in business. It is tho  circulating decimal of reciprocity. No  sacrifice is too great for him to mako  for his home, and no other home is  quite so happy as his own, especially  when he is newly wed. Woman slaves  to make the home, and gets her board  and clothes for her trouble. Happy  woman! No wonder- men are so  anxious to marry you! Is marriage a  failure? We suppose so. For, after  all, it is the only real and permanent  success,in the world.  * *   *  In order to be successful hero ono  must have a villa and a family. Otherwise you are a hobo. Get tho villa  and " a wife, anel the family will  follow.     All will be well with you.  next opera ourselves. ' If the lover's  port is engaged we will sell tickets,  | v. e are not proud. We draw the line  at prompting however. Death io  slow music before the curtain is not  in our line.  . ������    .    .  Faure, the President of France, is  dead. No thanks, you needn't ask  why he went Faure to do it. That  has been asked befaure. We were  much grieved about it. Some fellow  time to us yesterelay and informed us  lhat the French had elected a woman  in his place, Lou Bet, he called her.  He thought she was a relation of Lau  Doll's.  ������    *    ���������  There was a tenderfoot in Calgary  the otner day thai we met, in El  Jolllo j'rederico's little sttinil. Ho  did net appear over Impressed with  our niu-.ie, <-o Frederico informed him  of our editorial position. "Rather a  good name for u place that, dontchcr-  lcnoir," he .'.."ih1 "Wet as we can. The  liquor biu-biois must be lively in that  village." Gi-ntly and sadly we told  him i tint the name of our village  wa.i Wiitiiskiwiii. "Ah-really," he replied, "the other sounels better,  doncherknow. More Western���������Buffalo Bill���������shall we wet as���������" Hastily we assented, anxious to cut him  short in slandering our fair village.  ���������    *   ���������  The poem by II. Tolcher published  in last week's Free Lance has attracted great attention. We have  seen it in several eastern papers  with flattering critiques. But someone has attributed it to Kipling. Now  tliis is what we call gall. In fact it  is a low trick of Kipling to play.  Next thing we know this man Kipling  will claim authorship of the Jabs.  ���������   ���������    .  We have completed exclusive arrangements to publish Tolcher's Recessional Hymn.  ������   *   *  The Free Lance is glad to learn  that the people of Calgary showed  themselves genuinely liberal in connection with the case referred to in  these columns last week. . The Hudson's Bay, Carson' & Shore, A. O.  Wheeler, Calgary Hardware Co., Conductor     Clarke, Amos. Rowe, Jno. J.  Revelstoke will Quintuple its  Present   Population  of 2000.  licvolstoko lias boon .solcctoil by the.  C. V. Ji. ns tlio terminal point lor North  Kootenay and Okanagan. It must go  ahead. The judicious  business man  will  invest in  Revelstoke Real Estate^  while it can be got on thc ground floor.  Glance Down Tliis List....  S700 will buy two fine business lots 7 anel S, block 10, on lirst street. 50  feet by 100 feet.   Opposite J. D. Sibbald's residence. Easy terms.  $259 cash will buy two nice lots, 50 by 100, nearly opposite Sampson's  house.   Lots 3 and 1, Block 11.  Young,,   A., McBrattney and     others ' $330 will buy a lot 25x100, next the Front St Post Ofiice.  '^o^^^^S^^^ ��������� go* ��������������� f31'^' a "?������ "*V������ on Campbell Avenue. .  on his way rejoicing..   The people of  -HO0O will:buy a lot _-o.\100 in the centre of  the business part of Mac  this community as a whole are not as ��������� euzie Avenue.  uncharitable as some ot them occasi-  $700 will buy two lots, G and 7, block 9, 50x100 opposite C. B. Hume &  onally show themselves to be.     Here j Co.'s ware house on Campbell Avenue.  is a case where people     coughed     up  $07- wU1 6uy a hou,e and loid< W(Jok ^ Qn Third street    V[ye  nomH  bath room and pantry.    $750 down and balance   to   pay   on lot  i in 10 years at 8 per cent.   The lot is 50x100.  $000 will buy a one storey house and lot 0, Block 45, ou Third St.   The  Lot is a corner, 50.~-~100.  $1155 will buy   a   house    and    lot 1,    block 11, .*��������� corner of     James  and Kootenay St    The house is well finished. -Modern conveni  IMPERIAL B/\_K  "���������OF CANADA  H toad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital 82,089,088  Reserve    -   -. -   -   1,200,0m  Directors:  H. 8. Howland, President  T.R.Merntt. Vice Pres., (St. Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,  T. Sutherland St&yuer  Eliiu. Rogers,  D, R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Brasoboe  North We.s. and British Columbia  Krandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie-  Prince Albert  N  South Edmonton  ONTARIO,  Niagara Fall*  VaCCOUTM  Winnipec  Revalatofct  bon, B,  Essex  Fergus  Gait  iinr. n*nli  Listov.ol  St. IhomM  Toronto  Welland  Wood-took  Hamilton  Port Colborne  Rat Portage  Sault St. Marie  St, Catharines  Montreal, Quebec. ,  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of  $1   and    upwards'   received    and  interest allowed.  Debentures��������� Provincial, Municipal  aud olher debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand,--etc  .Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts ln the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke Brmcuh  like gentlemen aud Christians. There .  were only one or two exceptions anel j  these are not worth naming.    . They  don't count anyway.  A. MONUMENT   TO* ADVERTISING  Ono of the most extensive monuments to the value of extensive advertising Is the immense establishment of Lit Brothers, which In scarcely five years has grown to he one of  lhe three largest department stores in  Philadelphia. In 1894 the firm had  120 employees and did a $150,000 business; today it has 2,100 persons on its  salary list and uuring 1898 the business amounted to over ��������� $4,000,000.  Samuel an.'. Jacob Lit compose the  firm, and the former writes ��������� and  manages  the  .advertising.  Mr. Lit says: "Our advertising  methods, as well as our business methods, are peculiarly our own. In  the beginning the enduring principle  that 'whosoever bought should bo  satisfied with the article and the  price or receive their money back,'  was established, and by its side was  tho motto that 'whatsoever we advertised shoulel be a bargain, pure and  simple, and should be found exactly  as represented.' - We aim to undersell others and we succeed. We aim  to get a lion's share of trade, and that  is why we advertise gooels at figures  that must appeal to those who may  know the regular prices and are only  too anxious for a chance to buy such  goods for less. We always state the  prices of everything mentioned in tho  ads. We use the daily "papers every  day, and of course never use the same  ad-twice.���������As-a=-ruloiour��������� ads_are_set-  In nonpareil, with quadruple column  heavy displayed heading���������sometimes  half a page, sometimes a whole page;  sometimes more than one ad in the  same paper. We strongly favor the  use of cuts, and we use them whenever possible. If we don't have a cut  of the article advortlsed wc put in a  fancy cut. We do not uso country  papers, magazines, catalogues, circulars or anything ot that sort. Our  experience is lhat newspaper advertising pays best, and the best results  proportionately come from tho papers  that have the largest circulations.  There are few. If any, business houses  in Philadelphia that pay the newspapers more for printer's ink than we  do."  ences. ��������� Lot 72 x 100. Beautiful situation. Terms $525 down,  balance in monthly payments.  $3,500 will buv a block fronting on First St. opposite the Imperial  Bank. - Size 100x150x75. Corner Connaught Avenue and "First  St. The C. P. R. siding runs along one side. A splendid business location.  $20C0 will buy a business block 50x100 fronting on First St., between  the two banks.   A fine site for a business houFR.  $&&<  ^ WALL  Papers  '511:5. Ingrains,   Micas,   Em-  li.'i.el Gilt*, anil borders of  al! descriptions.  Tho cheapest ami best stock of  M'AI.LHAl'EKS in tlie citv.  Liberal   iliscnunts  (riven   on  all I'itsh orelers.  I   ileal   rinlv    in     W* A L 1_  1* A V K li S   anil solicit an  Inspection of niy stock.  W.G. Birney  ,/AeK.E.NZIE JIVE  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST, AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS AND  TOURIST SLEEPERS   from   PACLFIO TO ATLANTIC.  FAURB'S  FUNERAL  Paris, February 23.���������The obsequies  of the late President Faure were attended by thousands of people. Troops  and geneiarmes lined tho route of the  procession. There was no disorder.  The members of the Russian emba.py  were loudly cheered.  Talking of baching; we havo started  it ourselves. What put the finishing  touch to our boarding house career  was The Geisha. Our landlady could  not appreciate classical singing. We  cave Charlie Bernard's rendering  "How Can T Live" beautifully, but  v-hen wo tried the Marquis Imari's  dunce feature she kicked. Late did  you say. Well it might have been,  "but she need not have waited up for  us.-    We Intend to take a part in the j with sport."  The mavor of Nelson is to have his  salary cut down. He gets $2,000 a  year now.  The B. C. estimates contain ?C0,000  for trails and roads in Koatenay and  $20,000 for public buildings in Rossland and Nelson.  T. J. Davieis, a one time rancher and  navigator in British Columbia, writes  from The Mount, West Mailing, England, that he h.is no troubles now except to Epcud his Income,  J. R. Miller, a Montreal drummer,  sold a lot In Nelson to the Bank of  Montreal for close on to $10,000. Ho  has bought another property in  Greenwood for $8,250 cash.  Chas. McLaughlin, a western rancher is on trial at Portage la  Prairie, charged with stealing horses  from Mr. Livingston, of near Calgary, McLaughlin took a car load  of horses to Portage from Calgary.  Some of the animals had Livingston's  brand oa them..  Application is to bo mado for tho  incorporation of tho Manitoba Jockey  club. Tho applicants are Wm.  Whyte, J. L. Drewry, F. W. Heubach,  .1. S. Hough and H. C. Hammond. Thc  capital stock is placed at $20,000, and  the objects of the company are to  "establish racing, holding of meetings and general recreation connected  Grx>gan_&JG_o_are,handrJ*  ling some of the finest  jfe mining* propositions in the  ^ Big Bend, Lardeau and  Fish Creek camps of North  Kootenay. Full particulars obtained and furnish-  ed about mining claims in  Jy& the District.  A big block oE Carnes Creek Consolidated at ten cents.  These shares will be up to pur yet.  /Vlon<?v, to hoan  We are agents tor the Equitable Savings Loan ic Building A .so  ciation." No membership feo    No necessity to take shares.    No tine!  ior non payment of monthly installments.   Also for the Great Wes-t  Lifo lnsuranco Co.'s Straight Loan Department.   We can get you the  monoy, if you can put up the security.  Quick Time,       Good Service,  Fewest Changes,    Lowest Rates  ���������--Tickets-issued-^tbrough_and>^  Baggnge   checked to destination.  East.  8.25k..  DAILY TRAINS.  West.  -Revelstoke���������Ive. 10.50 k  Ive-  TU AND FROM   KOOTENAY TOINTS.  S.15k.. Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr..10.05k  For   information,   time    cards,  maps and tickets apply to  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  XV.   V.    Andeksox,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Coyle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  Insurance  FIRE���������We are agents i'or the Imperial, Scottish  Union,   Queen, Caledonian, Atlas and Guardian.   '  LIFE���������Imtiei ial Life Insurance Co.  ACCIDENT���������London Accident aud Guarantee.  PLATE GLASS-Lloyd's.  J. R. Hull  & Company  OfJ  $ GROGAN & CO.  Address :   Revelstoke.  Office :   Taylor Block.  Code :   Moreng & Neill.  if  Butchers    and    Wholesale   an  Retail Dealers In Beef, Fork, ete  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE ���������'  A11 orders in  oar line prom  flllodl   f#;-#e#^?p������p������ ?&������?&?#'?������&&  We Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  a^ Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  Call and see us. We can fix you.  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Stattoo. B". O.  e.  *s-;-v  ������������������-*:,- ������������������ ��������� <y -_*���������-'____������������<.--_������ y*-" Mtt^*a~j__--~-----  For  LaQrippe...  .-"ll.. the li-t o! elegant preparations  *c*.i by tho Canada Drug 4: llook Co.  if you" have it try some  of the preparations kept  by us. We have everything required to ;cure it.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  LIMITED.  CHAS. P.. MCDONALD, Manager,  Mckenzie ave.. kev_i:i_stoki~ station.  LOCAL  AND _CENERAL   NEWS  Mnri.'h came in kinder lanib-like this  morning.  The Golden newspapers have "kissed  nnel made up."  C. Liiiilniiirk   has. been "'away   this  week un a business trip.  _  Tin* next, session of tlie County  (.\iiirt i.s uu the Stli March.  The Dominion Parliament has been  Munitioned fur -March 10th,  ... A.   Johnson    of   the   Heuald   left  on ii business trip to Tiicuuiii.  J. \V. Vail 'returned from ,i visit to  the Halcyon Hot Springy on  Monday.  Miss Wilkinson, of .-Supt. Dnchesnay's  statf. returned yesterday from her  holieiny trip 'east.  The revival services nre being con-  tinned every night this week in the  Methodist church.    *  The bill amending the Revelstoke  Incorporation Act passed its third  leading on Thursday.  R. llmvscm & Co. are having ?a very  Iniiid.-oiiie front put in their new  furniture store cm .McKenzie avenue-.  Twelve.* inches nf snow fell on Saturday nighl and Sunday. The total  Minwfiill during February was 43  inches. '  ���������Archdeacon McKay of Donald took  service, in St. Peter's church on Sun-  d.iv lust both iu the morning and in  the evening. He proiuUed to return  t o do duty "next- Sunduy.  T. J. Graham bus movi'd up inlo his  handsome new villa on? the extension  of   McKenzie nventie,     T.   Needhiim  and family from   Donalel  have  rented  \ llie housenext the Molsons Hank.  ���������Now is the best time to talk to L.  A. Fketz about, lhal house you are*  going to build. He can give you  practical anil reliable advice from u  thorough and large experience.���������if  Rev. S. J. Thompson wns away  preaching at Salmon Arm em Sunday  last. Rev. Mr. Perridim of Salmon  Arm filleel the pulpit, in the Methi elist.  e-iitncli here bnlh iiioi-ning anel  evening.  A new C.P.R. station is to be commenced at Sieiimous shortly by  contractor Tompkins. The company  inlenel also to erect a holel at this  : charming spot, the duplicate, of the  erne here.  ���������Thi' annual session of the Provincial  Gr.md Oiange Lodge of B.C ������ ill be  lii-lil dt Liiilner'.*. Landing on ihe. lllh  inst.. opening at 7 p.m.." It is probable  a delegate from lhe Revelstoke Lodge.  L.O.L., 1&4S, will be sent.  The supplementary estimates do not  contain anything to make anybody iu  this ridim; jump. Slocan tjets an  extra "34.000 for some trails and -Windermere $2.;V)0 for a biidge. Every  ol hi-!- eonst.itueniy has to lie content  wilh its original eiole.  The dog poisoner has made his  appearance in town and as many as 22  victims have fallen to him. Among  others Gns I.und has lost a valuable  spaniel. Hoy Smythe his big dog? Dick  and "''Mrs. .1. D. Graham her spaniel.  Gns Lunel is offering a reward eif SoU  ������for the discovery of the poisoner.  ���������The Herald is now ready feu-  reliable mining news eif every ��������� des  ��������� cripison���������fr.-uii���������anv��������� poiiion^hf-lNoi-th.  Kooten.-iy. Now is tlie. time to bring  our distiii-l. to the front. There is  plenty of capital seeking investment.  Help'the Herald to bring it this way  by telling it all about your claim, eie".  The HliliAl.H is always at the miner's  and prospector's sei vice.  y  E. Applet on, the pew manager for  A. Macdonald A: Co. at this point,  arrived oh Sat unlay from Winnipeg  to relieve P. Chapman. Mr. Chapman will leave .tomorrow to meet Mr.  Mrft-doiiiiM in the Urmv's Nest P.i.s  and make an extended tour through  Knoteii.iywith him. after whicli lh-  final arr.ing.-iiiei.l.-, for Ihe business- of  lhe firm in the. district will lie made.  Mr. Chapman expects to he in town  again in about a month.  ��������� Have yon any nite*rests in Revel-  Mokei" T)a ynu want to see it go  aheail? If rn, il U your duty to In-j  eoine a paid-up sulisc-rilii-i- to the  llKltAt.D. It is serving youi- interests;  ,il is bringing yiinr distticl he-fore the  i-iutsiJi: public-: it i.- the criterion  hy which yoiir town and distrirt is  jn.ll_-.el. If you are not ;i snbscribe'i-  yo;i should 'In.*. Twice a week, postage  paid or delivered for only .$2 per year.  Forty-four residents of Sandon have  "petitioned the legislature to have the  Sandon mineral claim on which the  city of Sandon is situated, thrown  nn lhe market by the government. It is  aliened that no iniiieral has heen discovered on the claim, so that the atli-  elavit on which a crown grant was  issued to J....M; Harris and his associates, ��������� among .. whom the pelilition  mentions Judge Spinal by name, was  defective ami the piopeity is not  .required fnr mining purposes.  U- A. Ijiiiwh .if i|ie Unionholel is in  lei-eipt of lhe* Hudson'.*" Bay trophy  which his link won at the Rossland  iKinspii'l. It is a handsome silver cup  engraved with the well known arms  and motto'of the company whicli will  lie.''retained until the. next bonspiel.  Kuril member of the rink has also  received a pretty silver medal"' cm-  liev-i-d with the arms of the company  in gold ."ttid engraved with the names  tm the back as a souvenir ot" the competition. One look at this trophy in  the- Union bar ou?ht to inspire all  liivei-saf winter spurts with a determination to have a gooel rink in this  pluc*. As will be seen in onr advertising columns a meeting to discuss  the project will he held in the Union  ;:e������t t������rid:iy at 8:3Q p.m.  TROUT LAKE_T0PICS  A Kick  on the   Estimates.���������Interesting  Mining Items From the Lardeau  $15,000 i.s the amount placed in the  estimates for the combined Big 'Bend,  Nakusp, Trout ;Lake, Lardeau and  Illecillewaet districts,' ijjil.000 apiece.  It looks like as if the "pap" streak jhns  pinched out in the north riding.  Dan Kenn is doing "fairly good work  in golel washing up on Liirdeau creek.  ���������A. O. Cummins anel J. Kirkpatrick  are busily engaged packing powder to  lhe Silver Cup. Some 20 cases are to  go up.  The snd'w fall, so far, lit the Silver  Cup has been 272 indies. Last year,  about, this time, the snow fall at. Ferguson, some: 3,000 feet lower was 47  feet, the snow fall at the Lake being  about the same.  On Messrs. Morgan nnel f Johnson's  contract on the.Silver Cup. nu Tuesday  last, a strike of ten inches of almost  soliel gray cupper was 'made.' The new  strike is one of the richest,'ever made  in this rich "property. For the past  four or five months this properly has  been employing a developing foi-'.-e,  and tlii! properly is rapidly blocking  out ore against the time when a railroad will be running through the  valley.  - Several deals affecting some of outmost" promising properties are pending  and it nothing untoward happens they  will be consummated in the course, of  a few weeks.  Every indical ion al. present points.to  the placing of two new properties on  the shipping list this .season. They  are the Nettie L and St. Elmo.  Trout Lake properties are being  talked .about a great'deal in the east.  Last week the Topic received a Communication from a Toronto party concerning several Trout Lake claims and  minus.  Next monlli is sure to witness a  revival in mining activity thrnugho'it  the Trout Lake district. The hopeful  outlook for cheap transportation will  stimulate claim owners to re he we'd  exertions, and it may be expected that  by the time the season is in full swing  some line showings will he claiming  the attention of tnonied men.  THE   CRIMINAL^ LIBEL   CASE  Stands Adjourned Until 2 p. m.- Next  Friday  The criminal libel case against B. K.  Atkins nf the Mail came.up. again.?lor  hearing at 2 p.m. on Tuesdav afternoon. Owing to the absence of C.  Liiiilinark, J. I'., the court nt the  reepiest of J. M. Scott was adjeiurned  till Friday,'3rd inst... at tlie sanio.tiine  and place. Befen e adjourning, T. L.  Haig, J.P., said thai. he. hael heard that,  it was reported lhat he had discussed  the case outside of the court.. He  wished to give Ibis report a flat denial  and he thought it a shameful thing  tbat such n rumor, which was most  unjust, should be put in circulation.  Mr. Haig also e-alled the attention of  tlie bar to the shipshod style inlo  which it had fallen in the police court  and requested that the old time courl-  esies nf counsel standing when  addressing tlie lieiu-h eir .examining a  witness shoulel be revived.  The Vacancy at St. Peter's  The Ven. Archdeacon Pentrenlh  who is act iim us Episcopal Oiiiuuiis-  snry for New Wettiniustir. has  offered the vu-ar.ige of Revelstoke to  the Rev. 'Canon' Paget, D.D.. now  rector of Muse-aline. Iowa. U.S.A. The  Canon, however, belongs to ihe well  known family of Paget, and is Eiiglb-h  hv. birth. .He graduated from Keble  C'oilege. Oxford, at wlTieh"mSny-of~iliir  most capable Anglidan cleigy of this  generation have received Iheir academic training. If is Imped thntCannn  Paget will" favorably consider "the.  offer., He knows Revelstoke aiul its  people, having there 'recently,visited a.  relative and'passed pleasantly a period  of vacation leisure.--News-Advertiser.  ONCE MORE j  INCORPORATION  Jlr. Kellie's doubts and fears of the  advisability of incorporation for this  town have now been laid to rest and  he has kindly permitted, the desire  expressed by the Bourd of Trade that  the Lieutenant-Governor should proceed to nume the ilny for the election  of the first council to take elfeet. The  Herald therefore considers itself  juslilied in supposing that, this .time  incorpoi'iitioii will go on to become an  ."leeniiiplished fact. It is reasonable.to  imagine thnt nothing further will now  crop up to prevent it, though the  ingenuity of its opponents both open  and concealed is considerable nnd it  would he perhaps premature to state  that it iseert.ain that, even' now Revelstoke will get down to the! 'business of  self-government immediately.  In the event, however, of his Honor's  proclamation appearing in this week's  Gazette,we shall in all probability  soon llml ourselves in the thick of n  contested municipal election. And il  is therefore just as well to review the  situation. By the amendment to the  act the electors will comprise every  resident owning property and every  resident renting a building or part of  ei building for which he pays sixty  dollars a year, provided, of course,  they are of full age nnel British subjects. The eiualifiention will give a  large and representative vote, including all persons who hnve any kind of  interest in this town, whether as  properly owners or as pursuing some  kind of livelihood in the place. It  excludes only the merely transient  element whose interest in the place is  nil ami whose vote would furnish an  element of insecurity to that conservative progress of the town, to further  which im.'iii'poralion has been  desired.  With regard to the candidates for  oflice the situation appears to he  mu-hitiigpd. The three aspirants to be  first occupant-of the mayor's chair are  Messrs. 11. J. Bourne. F. McCarty and  T. Ij. Haig. As soon as the proclamation i.s gazetted these gentlemen will  no deuilit finally make up their minds  and ciime out. with tlieir addresses to  the elcutors. These must in the nature  of things be of a general and indefinite  I'liiirtu-ter. hut there is one point on  whicli I lit* Herald ivbnlcl like to see  something .definite" in theni and that is  on tlie question' of salaries to the  innyoi ami council, in connection with  Avhich.it may he .timely? tii note lhe  fact that both Rosslanel and Nelson  afler two years' experience of a  salaried mayor and council,: have  decidi'd lhal payment- of the city  fathers is an unnecessary luxury. At  all events lhe. electors ��������� should' know  beforehand what are the opinions , of  the various candidates on this point  and what il io*������y expect from lliein if  elected.  " The Leading Store. "  " No Bluster, No Fuss, Just Business, That's All."  Ribbons and Laces  We have just opened an importation of these Goods, and  they are now onexhibitkn.  There are many Lovely things  among them. We invite  inspection.  James Gill & 0>-  Taylor Block,  McKenzie Avenue.  Public Reading Room  At (lie regular meeting of Mie W.O.  I'.V. ln.������t Thursday, complaint having  been niaile that the hoys were iroing to  llie Reading Renin making a dread fill  noise and destroying property, it was  dec-ielc'l that anyone under 1(1 woulel  not be allowed* there. , Parents, will  kindly assist the ladies in making I he  Reading Room a success hy keeping  lln* buys iiivny.  It be'ing dilfie-iill t.i find some of tli.-  monthly sul.M-riher.s to the Reading  I'noin it was decided to ask theni  in future to please leave then-subscriptions willi Mrs. Lee at1 her store on  Mi'Ken/.ie avenue, where n list of  subscribers is kept.  On anil after lei-day the Hotel. Victoria will be open night and day.  The Le Roi at Rossland will he  working to its full capacity again in a  few days.  Some e,f the dead gone tired' iuer=  chants in Calgary are still advertising  Christ mas specialties.  Mir! .1 V. Perks, proprietor of the  Hotel Vii-lnrii'i, has seemed fhe services of Mr. .lolin;. Barnes, late chief  cook on the s.s. Rossland. Air. Barnes  will have e.haiire of the: culinary  department nf this popular house.  An invitation i.s extended lo all I.o  at I end the meeting of the Pie'.-bvte-ry  at, Kamloops in the: Presbyterian  church nt 7:30 this (Wednesday) evening, when ad:lresse*s will be delivered  hy Messrs. Oswald. VVrighl. Dunn,  Monroe, Campbell and Dr. Robertson.  ���������Be alive to your own interests���������  tell the public about your proper!ies  through lite columns of the. Hrralti.  Subscribe for the paper anel send it. te.������  places where you would like inure to  be known of your properties. In": reuse?  the Hkuald's circulation nnd thus  increase the. number ol representatives  I of capital now coming into the* district.  I Right new is the lime to "shoot."  Guy Barber  Watchmaker and Jeweller  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B.C.  C. P. R. Watch Inspector. Best Repair Work in the City. A Fine  Stock of Watches, Clocks, Wedding Rings, Engagement Rings,  Jewellry, Silverware Etc.  .DON'T..  Hack and Cough  "Your  Life Away  A LITTLE DAMP  A LITTLI. COLD    -  A LITTLE COUGH-'  A BIGGER COUGH  A SORER THROAT  IN THE CHEST  ON THE LUNGS  PNEC.MONIA  FEVERS  CONSUMPTION  The  '.���������WAY  T1IKY  ALL  UEOIX  CHECK  IT  NOW  Reform and Labor Association  The first seini-annual meeting 'ifTIle  ReFiirin and Liheu- As.-oi-iaT.ion of  Revelstoke. B.C.. ind dis! riel. w.i,,  held on Friday evening. Feb. ^^!h.  1809, in the ante room of Tapping's  new the.ilre, wlie-n the constitution  and rules for governing th"association  were_adopted nnel lh- foil..wing ofli-  i-eis were elected to hold office till the  1st of July 1800:  Pirsidr-nt. E. Adair: vice-president,  .'.. Vi. MeC.illum: ri-e-iuding secretary.  D. Stamper; financial sectetary. C. __���������_..  Ibinsiiii; treasurer. R. Tuppimc; nuili-  tor, 11. 'Sampson; sergeant-nt-nriiis,  T. Skinner.  Thi.-. association is formed for the  pm-pe.se of advancing the intcrests and  wi-lfiiii* of all laboring ui������n residing in  the* town and'district of Revelstoke.  All working men of good character  nnel six months residence >iineligible to  iiii'iiiii"rship. The dues are: Entrance  f.'e'i'ir., ineiiilier.ship fee ".V. a month.  The as_Cif'inti(iTi will meet the first nnel  t liilel Sat nrdays in every month in the  iint.e room of Tapping's new theatre  until :i suitable meeting room isj  elec-iili'd upon.  Curling Club  WITH.  Dr. Mackenzie^ English  Cough Balsam  GEO. F7CURTI8  '���������THE T>P.Ue~GIST,"  Suorc-sor to the McD. A. W. Co,,  ~*EV~~:I STOKE STATION".      - B.C.  LICENCE AUTHORISING AN   EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY;  TO CARRY ON BUSINESS.  ���������*?>,&?���������  There will be a meeting of all  interested in curiing, hockey and  "- skating, held in the sample room  of the Union Hotel on Fricay  Evening at 8:30 sharp, under the  auspices of the Curling Club, to-  discuss ways and means of erecting a combination rink. Every  body invited.  A. R. B. Hearn,  Secretary Curling Club.  EDUCATIONAL  CARD  T'cnril elrnwinic, IiIhcIc nm! colnrcc",crayon*,  oil mul water color on  canvas, -.11!*, clifna, etc.  Two hours weekly:   ?! per month. -,���������  Knulish (evening class) 6 liqur������ weekly, fS  per month. French, 2 "io_ir������ weekly, fi per  month.     Latin, 2 houre weekly, fl per month.  Special term* to lami!if.i."  ���������_ililre������������: it ins Steele, McKen/ic Avenue,  opposite Tavlor Bltcl*.  " coMfA.vir.i Act, 1S9V."  e'AVioi: 1  l-no'.ivcr. or British coi.umhia. 1  No. 12*.  THIS'IS TO ���������������������������.CERTIFY that "Tlie British  Lion '."ol'l MlniiiK in'lHevelopinent e^ornpany  o! Ontario, Uinlte'l,"' ." Non-I'cr*onal I.ie.bll.  lly," 1* A!i"ior!/..*'l anil lirens*.-'! lo carry on  l.nslnc<li> wltl.lii It.e I'rovlnceol British C'ulum-  bia, anil to cirry .int or eff'.ct all or any of the  object* heri'lnafttT let forth to which lhe.  lc.f,'!*!ntlv_. authority of lhe I.cglniature of  British Columbia exten'I".  The ���������ea.l o!lice e.f the.Company Is nitnatc at  0-ycn Sound, Provini*.: of Ontario,t(,"ftna'la.  The amo'int o! the .--pital of the e;oinpany li  eighty th^n^an*! tl'.'.ia-^, .livlile'l into four  thousand n!n\rcH of twenty dollars each.  The e'ompany i.? fpeeially limhed under  section 54 ol the haitl Act.  The head oSk-cof the Company in this  Province is situate at Revelstoke, and Jolin  Manning , Seott, Barrister-at-Law, whone ad-  dre'-R is Revelstoice aforesaid, if the attorney  for the Company.  -gTheI'bjectsfor,which the Company have been  e.itabilrilicd are:���������  To carry on in all their branches the operations of a mining, milling, reduction and development Company.  Given under myhand and neai e.f oITlce at Victoria, Province of British Columbia', thiH ninth  elay of February, one thousand el^lit. hnndrtel  anel "nlncty-nlnc,  [I.-S-t H. Y. V.-OOTTON",  17���������Iw IteRislrar of Joint Stock Companies.  FAYETTE BUKER  Fire, Life, Accident,  Loaning and  Investment Agent  : . u ���������_.,.  $40,000 to .Loan  On Revelstoke Real Estate  Property  *%  %l ^  # <$k ������  0 %, %l  vk. y������$ tIw.  HOLIDAY GOODS  Thousands  of Articles Suitable for this  ,��������� season of the year.  MENS' FURNISHINGS  A Great Assortment at the Post Office  Store.    Miners' Clothing Particular*/.  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.      &*-  P, B. WELLS  Post Office Store.  Rushing the Season  We have just received samples of lhc " Perfect " and " Dominion"  Bicycles which vie now have on exhibition. Intending; purchasers should sec these '09" models before looking for any other  wheels. These wheels have all the up-to-date improvements and  sell al popular prices.  HARDWARE AND   TINSMITHING  ������������������  W. M. LAWRENCE,  HARDCOAL!  HARD CASH !  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Delivered.from I'm-  $8.00 per ton. .  Delivered from shed  $8.50 per ton.  Now   is  the  time to get in your wilder supply before the snow falls.    Older  early.     Cash must accompany the order.  f. Mccarty.  ^���������S:K;K^X':iiK:K-:;XS-35-S-^������KK;;i^-:-*K^:������*  -j.    . Louisville  Restaurant .   ������  ,���������: opposite Coursier's. S'"  <f    Meals served  at all hours, dav   #i  *    ������������������ or night. *     g  ?.'������������������    ?AntonI FeSochci,  Proprietor.       ?:���������  %   ^:Ea-A.3*>rcE! meals |  VjU->-������X--:-_-_-S_:-5i-wS-S5K*2������;j:-l-3!S-X^Si--  Our Bread  Trade  ���������Is constimlly increasing. There Is  ���������ii gtioel reason for tli is, .and if you  ���������eeive our bread a trial, you, too, will  ^---"beeoiiie-a-perniaiH.'iit-eusUiiiii.-rr'-^���������-  ���������Free Daily Delivery.  PcCAOUEBROS.,  rilONT STItKET.  *&-  w*W   '- -,'  ���������a..gi  ^  Hotel Victoria  d. V. PERKS, Prop.  Hotel Accommodation Best in the city  for tho money.  Kinillv favor us with  aeall.'and we'll satisfy.       DClin OTfll/C  ll.-.t bar In llevelstoke.      nLVLLo IUI_t  Free sample rooms. p    p  Free Bus a! all trains. D. U  Hourly street car, between hotel mid station.  Heated by hot air and electric tight anel bell  in every room.  The Best Bread  in the City ���������  Delivered every dav on shortest liotii-e.  Mail" and telegraph ?ordcr_j promptly  attended to.  Sft.^R-.1!.?    A.  N.  Smith.  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie^Avenut  Dry or itrecn, cedar or (lr, any length, delivered on shortest notice. Ciisli must accoin  puny tlie order.  CEDAR.  FIR   .. $3,550 per Cord   $4 per Cord  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  DEER HEADS,  11IKDS, ANIMALS. Etc.,  Preserved  and  Mounted  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  Gentlemen  I wish to call your attention to  tlie  fact that T am offering jusl  now  Kpeeial   values  in  suitings,  it. being sort of between the two  sensoriH.     I  can make you a suit  that will lit you.     A suit  tha',  will  please* you.   And  a suit at  m~stly uny price vou wish.    The  quality of the "cloth  will  be just  what, I   tell  you  it ip when you  conic   in   to   examine   it.      It's  worth  something   to   see   what  yem   are   buying.     And  nisi) to  know that your money is earned  in   your own  town  nt "union"  wage's, and not in eastern sweat  shrps.   Give me a trial.   I'll do  the rest. -j '  R.S.Wilson  Merchant Tailor  Orders  left  at  the   Hkiiald   ollice   will   bu  promptly intended to.  Te.aininK    of    overy    description   clone  at  moderate cash prices.  J. PETTIPIECE  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  Ua,..,. ...N.,lt.,..lll....lll..ili; = ������E.inHn,KlllltHU.III._.l..tl.,flJ-  I Hotel Fergug0n,j-  I Fkrouson, B-C- I  \ Best KcGommolation in ths f  =        __a_(-8au DisMGti.        I'  j  Rates:   $2.������8) Pe_ Day, ��������� \  I'D. Ferguson. Proprietor-;  5i������>ii ii..iiiiiii,i.ii.imi>iil.i.i.iiiii.mii_i  The Acme-^^  Soda Water Works  Manufacturing all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda and  Mineral Waters in Syphons  and Bottles.  FAUT0R.IKS.AT_  -_-__!  Vernon and Revelstoke  M." J. O'BRIEN. Proprietor.  "THE FASfflON"  I_IVERY -STABLE.  Douglas Street, Revelstotc.  First Class Kiss and Good Driving and Saddle  Horses. Kothlng but the best Kept ln the  Born. '  AH kinds or Light Draying Work attended to  promptly.  TELEPHONE IN CONNECTION.  Orders for Rigs by Telephone will receive  prompt attention. '?.-"��������� -  FLEM.INQ & FLEMING, Proprietors.  Revelstoke Sash & Door  -*���������j������ Factory ^f-  Manufacturers of and Sealers ln  Sash. Doors, Turning.?, PI in ths, Corner  Blocks,  Mouldings   of  all   kinds.  Fancy Gables ami Verandah work,  :   Brackets of every description made  to order.   Store and oflice Fittings,?,  Window Frameis, with Sash fitted  a specialty. '     i   .  All the latest maehinery.    Dry kiln on the  Call and get pr:'  going elsewhere.  M  premises.    Call and get prices before  "    vhe~  -*-SA^YER^&MAHNING*

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