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 .r" y  ;   J_tofcD KJ   H ��������� J J      -L W J-^/.p i���������-A,*- W   H . H i K   ���������  VV JzLiJ-J-LN J������jtoJ-JjA- X to      ._������___.-IN -LJ      O-/i^. J-  LJ Jr\-/J_J__f\- x tr?   Vol.  III.  No.  16  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  B. Hume The Great Departmental  We have decided  to  drop our  Dry Goods  Line  Until We Have More Room at  our disposal,  ���������  And in order to clear it out at once  To Make Room  For a Much  Larger  Stock  of  ''Gents'  Furnishings  and  Boots and Shoes  '   We-Wii!   Offer?tfce..Entire Stoc'^c  -.   -. ��������� '       -_-. ������"~    '*'"  At    V  Actual  Cost.  There is positively no humbug about this offer: we  must have the room for our  Gents' Furnishings and  Boots and Shoes, which are now  on the way: THESE GOODS  MUST GO AND OUR LOW  PRICES WILL SELL THEM.  Come and Examine the stock and  = (_-1 Onr- Prices.    - -���������-   - - -    - --  BOURNE BROS.  FEBRUARY  CHEAP  WlbL GONTlNdE 6JNTIL  THE FIRST BAY 0F MARCH  Bargains   In    Every  Department  pring Goods Announcement  -foe -.'-'3S-Ed���������le^- Olxovtly <'v"  CVCIS  r  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 $i  Tam goes now at 50 Cents.  Haig   &  Grage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Tnylor Block, McKenzie Ave., RevelstoKe Sta.  Money to Loan.  W. IThlte, Q. C. .1. M. Scott, B.A..LL.H.  F. L. Gwllllm.  Tha Great Western Mines, Limited.  The annual meeting ol the shareholders ol  the above named company will hedield at the  office ol tlie companv in Hcvelsloke, II. (.'.., on  the Seventh dav of March, 18911, for the purpose  of electing oOlcer-S for thc ensiling year and  all business relating to the company.  A. ii. KIN0A11). Seeretury.  Itevelstoke, B. C, February 20th, 1">W.    i,       til  Cook Stove For Sale.  ��������� Onlv in use about six months.   Apply at the  IIebalc office. JS-13   -  To Rent  A good-sized furuislicd room (without hoard)  hathrooni-prHile'ges. at-H.a month,-Central  location.   A'pply'at t!ielIcr..'.Li) blTicer-  The Above cut Prices, of  Course, only  apply to CASH purchases.  WE ARE AGENTS FOR  HARVEY  .&   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,"  Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  OQit'Cs:   Molsons Bank Block.  First Street,   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office and Residence', two doors cast Cowan  Block.  THIRD K1IIEET, CENTRE.  Nliiht and nay Calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  - r Dissolution of Partnership  Notice is herebv given that thc partnership  hitherto existing between lhe. undersigned  lias been di*solvcd by mutual consent. Thc  learning and woodsclliiig business will be-  continued by John I'ouipiecc, who will collect  all monies due and settle all accounts against  the late firm.  Witness: I I JOHN PETTIPIECE.  J. C. M'Calli-m I I F. VAN.  The Title Good  The B.C. Permanent Loan it Savings Co., ol  Vancouver, B.C.. wish to state that they are  now satisfied uith the Title of lhe Smelter  To������ nslte and are prepared to loan money on  the property.  FAYETTE BUKEK,  Agent.  Bankrupt Stock for Sale by Tender  TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to the 13th day of March next for the  purchase of tlie stock of groceries, elrygooels,  gents' lurmshings aud boots aiul slioes  belonging to the Estate of G. F. Fallis, an  insolvent, and situate at Rovolstoke, IIC.  Highest or any teiielcrnot necossariiya copied.  Terms and I'onelitions of sale may be bail" on  application to the undersigned.  Hated Feb. 25th. 1899.  I. T. BUEWSTER, Assignee,  Itevelstoke, li. C.  Second-Hand Harness Wanted  The undersigned wants to purchase a num-  be_r_c.f sets_of sceonel-haiiel -work -harness with  breechifig.'^Also-second-hanel wago'ns, ;^~and"  3}jJ riin. Apply for address at the IIkr/lld  office. ., IG���������tf  OUR UNREPRESENTATIVE  Mr. Cotton's utterance in tne House  with regard to Mr. Sibbald's dismissal  places that episode in a new anel  peculiar light. Among all the dismissals eif novcrn men t officials, which  have taken placu since the new  ministry came into power, one only  declared Mr. Cotton was mado for  political reasons. All the others look  place lie-cause the ollieials were incompetent or unnecessary. But Mr.  Sibbald alone was dismissed on  political grounds only, and these were  thnt his appointment was distasteful  to the people of this riding. Mr.  Cotton made no allusion to the canyon  waggon road matter at all. According  to him this cut no figure in the  dismissal at all, although the report  on it wtis made by Mr. Cummins last  October anel must have been for senile*  time in the hands of the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works at thu  date of Mr. Sibbald's dismissal. It is  reasonable then to suppose tlmt the  representations made to the ministers  and the lieutenant-governor, and on  which they, acted in dismissing Mr.  Sibbald, did not include any charges  of incompetency or misappropriation  with regard to t.he waggon road grant  or that if tliey did the point must have  been considered an obviously capable  of refutation on the face of it. since  no notice was taken of it. We have  Mr. Cotton's word that this charge  had nothing to do with the dismissal,  which was occasionedcby political  considerations alone. ���������*   *  Now, in the lirst place, with regard  to theso political reasons. The Herald  is willing to admit that, at the  time  "theappbintnieiit- was -made there was  ei-insiilei-anie opposition --u������   n, - _..,..._,..  a good deal of'it of a superficial and  gVilvanized nature. _ But if in making  his representations on the subject  Kellie represented that this feeling  still existed at the time of the decision  to dismiss Mr. Sililiald, then his representations were grossly false ��������� and  misleading. By that time Mr. Sibbald  lii'd fully justified his appointment  and had proved himself to the "satis-  factinn of every reasonable man as a  most capable, impartial and upright  official. Plenty of men "who disliked  liis appointment when made are now  perfectly willing to attest to his  singular fitness Tur the position as  proved by the twelve months of his  "oecnp.it iorrof-it.-.���������-ri-J���������r���������=-^=���������=������������������  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Diayman.  Driving and delivery work aspccla'ty. Teams  alwavs roadv on shortest notice. Contract for  jobbing taken. ������W~Agent for the Standard  Oil Company.   ���������  COME IK  AND  SKIS  MY   CIIOIOE  AND SELECT STOCK OF  English Tobaccos  PIPES, CIGARS, CIGARETTES &c  Books and Stationery  a complete line  Kellie knew this perfectly well." He  knew that the grounds on which he  had ' demiindeil Jlr. Sibbald's head  in Victoria,   the   political   reasons   of  DEER READS,  BIRDS, ANIMALS, Etc.,  Preserved and  Mounted  ,  AND OTHER GOOD BRANDS  C. B. Hume & Co.,  WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Tn kd Street, Cestpe.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  Goods in town.  Pectoral Balsam  .WILL CURE..  Coughs  Colds  Bronchitis  C. J. AMAN,  Opposite C.P.R. Station  M. K. Lawson.  Influenza,   Cold ia   the   Head,   Asthma  and all Throat and Lung Affections.  It will also be found   helpful in   Kidney  'and Urinary Diseases.  C. E. REJD & CO.  A Handsome Display  A very handsome display of Chinese  and Japanese cmios and fancy gooels  is now being made at the. Chinese  Store���������next to post office, Front  Street���������by WAH CHUNG. The  stock, whie h is entirely new, having  just, arrived from the Orient via the  last. Empress, consists of a great  variety of china, -silk and bamboo  articles of eju.iint. workmanship unel  oriental beauty, which inusi be seen  to be appreciated. This display i.s  one that will prove of particular  interest tn the ladies of Itevelstoke  and affords a treat which is usually  had only by residents of coast cities.  EDUCATIONAL CARD  Pencil drawing, black and colored crayons,  oil and water color on canvas, silk, china, cle.  Tivo hours weekly:   tl per month.  English levelling class! 0 hours weekly, .3  per month. French, 2 hours -weekly, tl per  month.    Latin, 2 hours weekly, ft per month.  Special terms to families.  Address: Miss Steele, McKenzie Avenue,  ������ij������por_!������ TtyJoi Blcr'r.  Mr. Cotton,   woulel   not   go   down  so  easily in this riding..   He   knuw  that  the real political reason of Mr. Sibbald's  dismissal, the  imperative   necessity nf  opening the  position   for   one   at   all  events of his   political  supporters to  whom   it   had* been     promised,    was  perfectly  well  known in    Revelstoke  and  he   knew   that   his   constituents  had to be reckoned with  and   that  he  could   not    expec-t    their    approval.  What diel he dei?     He  endeavored   tu  mako   it   appear   that   Mr.   Sibbald's  handling of the canyon  wagon  rond  grant was the real reason for the step  taken   by   the   government   in   that  gentleman's dismissal and  indeed   had  it not  heen   for   Ml*.   Cotton's   inconvenient frankness, most people   would  heive been   convinced   that   such   was'  really the case.    In other weirds he did  not     hesitate     after   depriving     Mr.  Sibbald of his position, to go on to rob  that, gentleman   of  his reputation,   in  order to cover up his own tracks.  Thanks to Mr. Cotton this dastardly  and unprincipled attempt has completely failed. We know now that  Mr. Sibbald was dismissed simply  because his appointment was misrepresented to the government as an  unpopular one. We knuw now that  he wa3 not dismissed on account of  any incompetency or worse, as it has  been endeavored to misrepresent the  matter to this constituency. And we  know now better ihan ever the kind  of inisrepiesentative whom we have  the huppine-ei to possess afc Victoria.  PEACE ANDJ500DWILL  The Dawning Era of  Universal   Peace  Throughout the World  Ileiw true it is that, "coming events  cast tlieir shadows before." Among  the most notable signs of the times  are the rapid advances being inado  towards civilization nnd the near  prospect of universal peace. Theie is  first nf all the proposed scheme by  Cecil Rhodes eif an all-through railway  from the Cape to Cairo, on the Nile.  Then there is the movement by Lord  Kitchener for endowing a college at  Kiiaitoum in memory of General  Gordon. This again is followed by  the prospee-t, of purchasing Palestine  from Turkey and colonizing tlie  ancient land given to Abraham and  his posterity, making it a home for  the Jewish race; and, as everyone  knows, the mnst recent proposals  towards a memorial amnesty among  the nations of Europe is the Czar's  proposal for disarmament. Coming  near home, who would have thought  three years ago that we weie so near a  peaceful understanding cm all cities-  lions of trade and commerce and  international comity as between lhe  two nations that inhabit the North  American continent ? Good often  comes ont of evil. The Hispano-  American war altords a striking illustration and proof of that adage. We;  have hael recent expressions of public  sentiment iu favor of international  peate and harmony from som" of the  leading minds, political and otherwise,  both in England and ihe United States.  As- nn example, the Right Hon.  Arthur Balfour, leader of the Imperial  Government- in the British House of  Commons, took occasion in addressing  his constituents at Manchester tn  dilate upon the peaceful relations now  existing anil likely to "continue between the two'great English speaking  nations of the world. More than a  century .has .'passed away sitae the  declaration of American independence.  since wliieh-tinie until  recently���������tln*j*jj  matters, national and commercial; and  even so lately as the controversy  regarding-Veueziieln, public feeling in  the United States was aroused to the  highest pitch because they imagined  that_Englancl had designs of empire  in Soeith America. But fortunately  calmer counsels prevailed preventing a  war between people of the same origin  and blood; and now more recently the  friendly attitude shown by Britain  towards the neighboring republic in  Iheir effort to defend and protect  Cuba against Spanish misrule has  brought about .1 feeling of harinnny  between the two nations whose  language and laws, religion origin and  blood 'ire substantially one. Some  critics are disposed to view this happy  feeling of unity as ephemeral, as the  growth of passing ciieuinstances  wl:i"cirmay hcrdistfirhed-aranyuiofnenr  by an adverse tariff or .some other  accidental event. But iis.Mr. Balfour  hinted, the present relations of  amity aie founded on mutual sym-  palhy and by a common aim which  bids fair to exte'tid to all parts of the  world as a guarantee for future peace  and freedom, prugiess and civilization  among the whole human r.-ie-e. Virtually the same sentiments have, been  expressed by the Right Hem. Mr.  Ch.iiiibc-rlain, colonial secretary.  Similar to these are the sentiments of  Admiral Dewey, uf the U. S. navy, in  which he is repented to have saiti:  '��������� The Imperial policy of England was  the one faiteir which had done most to  civilize tlie worlel." It seems as though  it was lhe purpose of Preivielent-e to  in-iko the Anglo-Saxon race the great  factor for civilizing -ind christianizing  the whole woilel, and to hasten the  period which piophets have foretold  anel of which poets have sung when  wars should forever cease and universal peace and righteousness prevail  over the earth. Meantime the surest  guarantee for peace is to be prepared  against, the possibility of war, because  as Lord Roberts, the commander-in-  chief of the British forces, has saiel:  ".What woulel unarmed civilization do  against the hordes of armed barbarism? " The heathen and uncivilized  barbarians vastly'1 outnumber Uncivilized nations, and while disarmament is on our tongues, it certainly  e-ann it be regaieled as a fixed actu  ality until tlie nations of the earth are  so far brought under the influence nf  e-hristian civilization .-is that all should  agree to bury tbe hatchet and learn  the art of war no more. But things  are surely coming to that happy consummation when the nations of the  civilized world will agree to' be  content with what lhey have and  cease to strive for furl her aggrandizement. The outlook is honeful and the  issue is in the hands of a higher power  than lhat of man.  F. C. Steele.  REVELSTOKEJJESCRIBED  An Appreciative Article On This Rising*  Business   Centre   by   Odium   of   the"  Vancouver World.  A recent issue of the Vancouver  Worlel contains a very appreciative'  description of this town by E. Odium,  who spent a few days here lust week.  In concluding liis article Mr. Odium'  says:  With the rich mining' country near  Revelstoke, on the south anel east,"  already convenient to roads,*steamers'  and railways; with the rich' mineral  stretches in the Big Bend country up'  the Columbia to the north; wilh the'  Canadian Pacific Railway east, west'  and south "already, iu operation: with''  the coming railway through "the north'  country, having its southern temiinus"  here; uith the ever extending C.P.R."  shops and works; and* wilh the cen-]  I ral position of this" town'hundreds of  miles from the coast,' Revelstoke is'  bound to be one of' the first inland  towns of British Columbia. This above"  statement I make iu all honesty. To"  do nt her would 'be' un worthy a' public '  writer. And' now," in' conclusion, let'  the people of the*' coast, especially at *  Vancouver, bear in" lh'ind that the'  growth of Revelstolie'an'd cither inland"  centres will steadily advaiu-e and''  secure the future" welfare of'the whole"  country in general and the Terminal;  City in particular.'  IN OLDJDARIBOO  The    Stir     in   Mining     Circles   Com- *  mencing    Early ' This ' Vear   in     the '  Premier Mining District of this Province '  (From Our Special Correspondent)  Lac   la-Hache.  Feb" 17.���������We, al  welcome the near approach  of spi ing '  some   bushes " along the'streams are"  showir<S'-sign3-of-life.i-y.ud-' bndsj .ir^J..  Mr. E.   Bell,  of' Clinton,   lhe   well"  known Indian agent". ' is" on   a   northbound trip iii connection" w'ith  Indian  affairs. -'--..  Quite a number of mining' men have  already made tlieir appearance  in the  Cariboo.     Major Jloore's outfit passed ~  up,   en route' to," Mknson - creek   lHSt  Tuesday   wilh''a   summer's    supply. *  They have a  valuable'pio'iosition   on ."  that creek and'intefid pushing it hard ''  this     coming  sum!ner, 'consequently-'  their early start.  Every northbound stage of late hns '  had i.ts load of passengers,  principally  miners anel mine owners, en   route^to '  Cariboo,   Cassiar"aiid"othof districle-. '  Mr.     C.   II.   Uuverzagt, * a. mining  expert fiom  Pennsylvania.  is_ in  the-!  vieini ty~of "Barkerville *'"antl_"Q"tie?Snelle":"-  looking over  his  company's  valuable  properties and preparing a  report for  the owners.  Senator Campbell of California"'is at -  present   in   tlie   Horsefly   and   Forks  Quesnelle   districts,   looking  over  his '  properties.     The     senator   owns  the  Miocene Gravel Co. near  Forks  Quesnelle. which is a very  valuable  proposition.      His     dangeter - accompanies '  bim on a trip for lier health.'  Jlr. Steve Tingley of Ashcroft,  who '  is in partnership with the well  knei"wn  Cantain Irving, of Victoria,  is making  a flying trip up tlie Cariboo  road   and  is piiichiisini:  all   the   available  pack *  horses in the Cariboo  for shipment to '  the   Atlin   district  immediately.   Mr.  Tingley   and   Captain   Irving have a "  contract to furnish a number of horses *  for Atlin.    Mr. Tingley   is nt present  sojourning at the 131 Mile House,  his *  shipping headquarters,   where he  has "'  several hundred horses rounded up.  Two telegraph   operators   are   kept'  rushing and the old Cariboo line  must  hi? hot with business.  Forks Quesnelle is to have another  working mine this summer. The'  name of the new company is the '  Gold Point Hydraulic Mining Co. *  They have a car of machinery now at "  Ashcroft awaiting furtherance to'  Quesnelle Forks.  Funeral of Aleah Robinson.  The funeral of Aleah  Robinson,  the '  little ten year old daughter of Mr. anel  Mrs.  Fred  Robinson,   who   died  last  Wednesday, took place  on  Thursday. ���������  The service was conducted by  Rev. E.  P. Flewelling,  Wet-tor   of   St.   Paul's.  Kamloops,   who came over for that  purpose.    Mr. and Mit~. Robinson hnve  the  heartfelt sympathy,^-   the com-'  munity in their great sorrow.  1)  !_-__��������� LiiKWjKi*"'  .ii-i-  Revelstoke   Herald  "Published In Interests o  Fovoljtoke, L,_rdcau, Bis: Bend, Trou Lako  Illeclllowiior. Albort Ctinyou, .lorclun  l'tu>s and Kagle I'asj JJldiricla.  A   JOHNSON.  .Proprietor.  A aei-l-WcoWly Jo'-imal, piihlithcd In tho  l.Vr~~t~ of Re��������� el_iote And lho burrouiiding  daw-lot, fVedno������(3aj*fl nnd c_ilurdujs, making  ..Sown connections with all t-nlns.  AdvcrtlalPK Rates: IJUplny ads, S1.S0 per  roll! mnUo>..f2.U-per Inch when Insurlid on title  l������u_-e. I_*cal ������**.������. Vic p. r (nonpareil) lino, for  frrni irscrti- n ; 5-2 for e������"h adeluii'miliiiPcrtion.  lidding notices, l'c por line each issue. i3i~~ h.  -Yi������rr.i>Ke/'':d Death notices, frco.  R iilwcrcption Kates: By mall or cnrrlcr. ?2 00  ..*���������_ unnum : <l,"o for six months, strictly In  ������cv������nce. _       ,, , ,  vi.r job Dfpnrtineni: lm: Hkk-w.i -'oh  ".iF-Hmc-t is on.': of tho best cciuipin.il  ������riiitli.it offlcca in \Vc������i Kuotrnar. "nd in pro-  rarird to *xcc-ute oil kinds of piinliwz in lli-������t  c!������s������ ������ty!e hi horn st prices Ono price to all.  1~. Job tool i to���������nunc I o hiiimII���������forus. _l"ill  orders promptly hltendi'i) to. Cilvo us a Inul  on T������*''r next ordir. ,  Tt 0 rn-d'ondciirs: Wo hit correspond-  mc* on ������r.y .uWcct o.' Interest '.ei lho general  l-iihlic, and d->!re- a r.lliibl' rcgiihir conoi-  r'.r.dcr.l In every IbchI)' siiiroiiiiding  Kcic!fiol,c. InallcdHi-s the bona llii" niinie  of the wilier ni'isuiccoai-npy manuscript, tun  r.,.1 u.-oe-HA.i!y fnr juihlie-jiii.. .  Address nil oi i.mttnicttticns  KEVELSTOKE HERALD  Rivolstolco. a. C  NOTICE TO C3P.RSSP3HDEKTS-  lcgibl?  I. All    correfpondrnco    must    lio  ^rr.liei. on onesidy of the paper only.  1. Correspondence containing personal  rmttr niu.-i bo sigLed w:lh 11.3 pr per ruine  cf the write.-.  .i. onespondenco wilh r.fcronie to nny  rhlng lhat has appourid in ui.oihrr lrijicr  n.uit tlrst be offerer) for publication lo tu_t  paper beforo lt car, appear in 1 ub Hiat.nii-  vc-r, is the favorite for luwna, and wo  can get a fine sod with Iri'lgation in  ft single season. Around our towns  have grown up very desirable and  prosperous communities. In the im-  mcdlnto vicinity of llio town truck  gardens of nn aero to ton acres are the  rule, with chicken ranches anel dairies  s.ifiicieui to supply the needs of the  town; beyond these come tlio farms  pioper, whero alfalfa or lucerne  fcrms the principal forage crop;  wheal, ouls and corn the principal  grain crap. In some localltie:* specialties are made of musk melons nnd  water melons, in others potatoes, and  in still others, I'ruil: all of which  crops arc bountiful and ol' a very  superior nunlil.v. which we consider  due to Irrigation. Ileyond those and  i.buvp the ditches tho cattle aro riiug-  rd. nnel lhis forms einite nn' industry:  nil. as viiii .".00, centered nboul llie  town nud tributary to ll. These  lenviis vary i" population from a  thousand to eight ihousaiiel inhnbl-  inius. I heliovo Hint wiihnul irrigation Rtieli scttlo monts as those would  be inipoB.'iiblo in mir Slate, and, as I  saiil in my lotier to you. Irrigation lias  mado tin; farm produelH of Cnlonulo  (���������f greater value than her mineral  output.  Tlio ugrii-.illiil-il   produets    for  1S0S  are  eompiiled   til  551,000,000   and   tlio  mineral oiilpul at 517,000.000.  Vou rn truly.  .101 IN 10.  FIHLl*.  Stale Eiisiiiooi'.  WHEN PA BEGINS TO SHAVE  SATURDAY.     FEBRUARY   2.*i  ISOO.  When Sunday niornin' comes around  Sly   Pa   hangs  up  his  strop,  An'  takes liis  razor out tin'  makes  Itgo c'flop!  c'llop:  An'  then  ho gets  his  mug an' brush  An'  yells f  mo, "Iloliavo!"'  1  tell y'n tilings is ir.lerhty still���������  When l'n begins t' shave.  Thon Pa stirs his brush around  An'  makes  the  son [��������� sails  fly;  An' sometimes when ho stirs too hard,  Ho  gets  stiiiio   iu   his  eye.  I  toll  y'u  but its  fiiiniy  then  To sec  l'n  sunup  an'  rave:  Iiut y'u mus'ii'l, git Uctched India"���������  When  l'n begins I' shave.  Th'   hired   man   he   ilassnt  talk,  An  even  Ma's  al'eiircel.  An y'u tan hear the razor click  A-e",ililn'  lhrough   Til's  beard!  An' tiu'ii my Uncle Hill he I tiffs  An'   says:       "Gosh!     .lolin.   you're  bi'nve;"  An' Pa lie swears, an' Ma jest smiles,  When  Pa begins I' shave.  When   Pa  ijel:*  dono  a  nliavin'  of  His  fate, lie turns around,  An"   Uncle   '.till   say.'t:    "Why,   John.  Y'ur   rhin     looks     like     ploughed  ground"!  An" lhen he bill's���������jest I a it's an" laffs,  But  1  got l'  behave.  Cos lliiiif.;? 'a apt to happen epiick���������  When i'a begin!" t' shave.  Leon  ammmmrnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmfTCj  I   THE MOLSONS BANK  fc Incorporated bv Act of Piuu\~hi~nt, 1S.j3.  :c  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  !52 000.000  91.GOO OOO  Kh-imi, Vice 1'icsldi'iit  .). I'. Ui.i:<:ii.jii.\'  FRE3CH PRESIDEHTIAL  ELECTSOf-i  The election for a new President of  the French Republic takes place lotlay  in the historic Palace of Versailles.  Our telegrams state that candidates  for,this exalted position are the present Premier. Dupuy. ex-Premier  Meliue and ex-Mini~ter Lotibei. The  latter is saiel to he the favorite. Prognostications over an important election in France are just as liable to  prove ai fault as are similar prognos-  tications over a Canadian election.  The names introduced belong to active  politicians who have filled the highest  cabinet offices time and limo again,  flourishing for brief periods until  thrown  from  power.  Dupuy is the strongest man of the  ibree, but is personally devoid of  those Eocial grace*- so essential for the  conduct cf a brilliant court such ;.s  even Republican France insists upon  from the occupant of the Palais  d'Elysee. Faure himself was once n  Minister in one of Dupuy's former  cabinets. ' Although not mentioned in  the despatches as one of the probable  starters, Freycinet. if not considered  too old, (ho is 71). would to our mind  prove most acceptable to the counlry  at'large outside of Paris. If he al-  tarus'ilmi-ine meihners dr *iiio senate',  who alone constitute the voters In a  presidential election in France. . will  give him a majority. Freycinet was  a coadjutor of Gambetta'ti in 1S70-7I.  and was elected a Senator in 3 S7(j. He  has held office in no fewer than eight  "' cabinets, and has been premier twice;.  The office of President lasts seven  years. The Senate contains 300  members: the Chamber of Deputies.  5S-I. The average life of a cabinet is  six months, anil ihere are few slutes-  iv.cii on the Republican siele who hnvo  r.oi at some time or other hold seats  iu a cabinet.  Felix Faure*? body is lying in  slate and no doubt the prevailing sorrow will be wide spreading and sincere. A irau of the '.vorld. punctilious  and ceremonious on State occasions,  f*_e and easy with tho laboring classes  -iiili whom he frequently mingled and  whose disputes with employers he deli tii ted to settle, charitable to tho ex-  r-ni of eareies.. lavishcess, he has ever  since   his  election   lo   the  Presidency  ���������era���������Jantiari'~"_l7iir~iS~5o7~~been���������an ideal"  ruler. The onward march of this  man's life from thc humble post uf  apprentice in a tannery io lhat ot' ono  fssc;. those oi Abraham Lincoln and  James A. Garfield. To merit alone  vas due ihe triumph of his life.  THE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  fc PAID ~7P CAPITAL      -  ST HEST FUND ....  ������������: DIRECTORS:   Wm. Moi.son  Mac:i'II"-iisoX. rrr._ili.iil;  S.   II.  fc W.M. Ramsay,S.\ml-i:i. Kim.kv, IIi-khy -iiciiui.u.i',  JC* 11,  _\lAlil'l,A.1ll _MOI.Su-.'.  ifc I". WuKriatToK Thomas, (Joncrnl Manager.  jfc     A general banking busiiiu.;s transacted,     Interest, allowed at current, ^  fe I'lttes., .j. D. MOI.SOM. *3  fc ?Iana('.i;ii, lti:vri,si'iii;i:, U. c.    T3,  TiiumkimiiiimmimmimmmmmmmiimiKi  -o  3-  =3  FAILED  Mon tho ago Sir Wilfred Laurier and  somo of his colleagues went to AVashiugton to settle a long list of international tpicslioiis which he had for  many years attacked the Conservatives for not settling. Notwithstanding that his government had i'or over j  two years pandered to the United  States wilh a view to cil'ecling a  treaty covering thc points under dispute, Sir Wilfred found that the job  ho had tackled was not an easy or...  He found American statesmen to bo  hiird-hcndeel, far-seeing, practical individual!" upon whom his "sunny  ways'' would not work worth a ceiit.  And after months of wasted time and  thousand!) of dollars ot wasted money  he and his ministers have packed  Iheir trunks and returned to Ottawa  without accomplishing unytliingr. The  country cannot pass final jneljjtueiii  upon Laurier's hunil'.iuling failuro  until the report of the High Commissioners is laid before parliament, bul  Sir Wilfred probably realizes at. tho  bc.ltoin of hia heart that, his strictures  on the men why formerly occupied  the. treasury benches will have to be  radically revised.  WHY llfi������E   PR0HI3ITED  HOURS  'falio up thc White Man's burden���������  Senel forth the best ye breed���������  Go,  bind  your sons to  exile-  To servo your captives' need; .  To wait, in heavy harness,  On buttered  folic and wild���������;  Your new caught sullen peoples,  Half devil and half child.  Take un the Whito Man's burden���������  In patience to abide,  To veil the threat of terror  And check iho show of pride;  By open speech and simple,  An hundred times made plain,  To seek another's profit  And  work another's aain.  Take up the White Man's burden���������  Tho savage wars of peace���������  Fill fnII the mouth of Famine,  And   Lie!  tlio sickness cease;  ���������\iitl when your yoal is nearest  (Tlio end for others sought)  Watch sloth and  heathen folly  Bring all youi" hope lo nought.  Take up the White Man's burden���������  No iron  rule of  kings,  But toil of serf anil sweeper���������  Thc tale of common  things.  The ports yc shall not enter,  The roaels ye., shall not tread.  Go, make thoni with your living  Aud mark thorn  with your dead.  Take up the White Man's burden���������  Ar.d reap his old reward���������  'i'ho  hlaine  of  those  ye  better  The hate of those ye guard���������  Tne cry of hosts ye humour  (Ah, slowly!)   toward  thc light: ���������  'Why brought yo us from bondage,  Our  loved  Egyptian  night?"  Wei] Known for Their  Health Giving1 Properties.  Both_Hotels Opp.ri for the Winter  The Arrow Lukes Steamers Kootenay tind Minto Call Daily.  -   A Conveyance is run in connection with lhe Steamers  and thc Springs.  Good Accommodation both  at   thc   Springs   and at  tlie Land ino*.  i._  Take up the White Man's burden���������  Have done  with  childish elays���������  The lightly proffered laurel,  Thu  easy tingrudged  praise;  Comes now, to search your manhood  Through all the thankl'ss years,  f.'old. edged wilh dear bought wisdom, |  The judgment of youi* peers. i  Dave I-elkier.-a Lethbridge resident,  was arrested last week on a charze  ofosctting lire to a bunding belonging to iho Anaconda Copoer Mining  company,  valued at $150,000.  42* ��������� fZZf . ASS1 .  WHAT IRRIGATION  DOES  A letter recently received by the  Lethbridge Boanl of Trade from the  ��������� State Engineer of Colorado contains  striking evidence of the benefits to be  dt.rived from irrigation in towns and  smail cities. The leiter is so excellently practical thut we give- it in full,  r_co_nm_niliii__. it to th^ careful consideration of the City Coum-il and  Board o.' Trr.de:  l)e:-.v*-r, '-'jlurado. .lauu.uy *.i, *.i3.  Mr.  C.   IJ.     Bowman.     L-Uibriilge.   N.  W. T. j  Dear   Sir:       Your    neknowl'idmncnt f  e.f mine of ihe -7tli  i.-> at    iiand.      It i  has  been   my   intention  .sine;   writing i  to   send   sometliin;:  iiildiiicnal   on   the !  riattt-r of irrigation  in our viiini-.y   I j  concluded aftvr writing lhal you piob- [  ably *a-������re going to build or subsidize i  a ditch to supply your      town      with ;  water, and at the same time to tiring j  land surrounding your town under ir- ���������'  ligation.      This has been  done in-all [  of thfe valley  towns of Colorado, and  i- apparently  the prime  rctpiisitc    of  successful settlements.     Aimo.-.t all ot  our small      towns und      many of th'."  larger   ones   have   water   running   on  ihe curb of the streets,  for the.- pur- '  . pose     of irrigating     trees planted iu  front of  the  residences,  and  also fu:  ihe purpose     of     irrigating     lawn.*. '  making the towns beautiful and home- ,  like, and  at  the same  furnishing an ,  invaluable drainage and sewerage for  ihe  town.      Tiii^  latter  of courso  i.*  impracticable    in    the larger    towns.  Our  streeis  are  almost   always   lined  with trees of all varieties, which hnv__  j* very rapid and thrifty Kro-.vth. elm.  ash.  maple,   cottoii   wood   and "popia.  ]:flin~~ the most common.  Contrary to  the belief of the earlier days, the hard  woods grow as well ns the soft;  and  blue  grass  mixed      with      Canadian  grgss.'with  perhaps scra������ white,, clo-  '% ���������?  lb  The following from that grcnt moral and really humorous Journal, J?uck,  is reproduced not because Tbe Herald's readers arc particularly inter-  cause what Puck says "tiboii t the o'fj- |'"'*'i,V? dare '"not' stoop to less���������  -.ervanec or ihe liquor law is as true N<?>" '"���������"'too loud on Freedom  , ,, ,. Ilo cloke your weariness,  of any other town on the eonfineiii���������|Uy .,��������� yi} wiI, 0,. wilisl,CI.?  "A  mud wag by  iho namo or Mac-j    By all  ye lr-:iv,>  or do,  itey has intioduccd  at Albany a bill jThe'silent sullen peoples'  amending Uie; present Hanoi* Inw    by |    shall weigh your God and you  providing   tbaL   saloon   keepers   may |  do  business  on   Sunday  between   the  houvu of - and  11  p. in.    This is funny  enough   of   itself   to  us   cf    New  Vork city; Ijut it has. of eouise, boon  made still funnier by thc solemn protests against such immorality evoked  from, thc   Clemen!   that   thinks   there  is virtue in law even'when ii is contemptuously   and  universally  Ignored.  Can  it  bo possible,  we  wonder,  that  there is one intelligent citizen in thi."  city  who  docs  not  know  lhat liquor  is sold freely anrl openly at all hour.;  on  Sunday'.'    Is  tliere  really  one intelligent   citizen   who   believes     that  such   a   bill   as   Senator   Mackay   lias  introduced would change present, conditions,     except   in   diminishing    the  number  of hours  iu   which  liquor .is.  "Solel-fllegallyT      I'l-tliere   is   such   a  n-.nn    wo advise  liini  to take a  little  Sunday tour of tho cily.    Iu Tho hotels  along  Broadway  he  will  not  be permitted   io   stu-.i'l   up   and     lake     his  iln'nk as on   week elays;   but ho may  sit  at   a  liiblt*     and   buy  liquor  w.th  as   little   formality   as' on   any   other  day.   Tho  Raines lav.*  sandwich  :0-.igl  siiii-e   beeainc-   a   warped  and   mouldy j  fiction.    In _._i!i,ens proper, on strc  "|  where there is enough Sunday trafi.. ;  to  warrant,  he   may enter    the    r...-j  guarded  side door and  find . not  tl-..-  Slightest   pretense   eif   observing   th  law.   It'   li"  d"'"~   r..-'   happen   to  s"  ih>"   siele door  the  nearest  policeman  will   obligingly   point   it  out   to   him.  Wi'   have   n~i'iti:il   these   far-is   in   th>">  past with the hope of i oiivinrir.n thM  community that a liqr.oi  law whicli a  majority  of  the   pcopl**  do  not.   want  and   ''.'ill   rut   permit   to   be  enforc"d  is. a bn:  I iw and  mufct result In  to:-  i-.:pt!i)i-..      Vi'i   no   lender   hav..   ib.ir.  !.:'���������������������������'.       Ir   vili   tako  se'.en   or   eij-'ht.  h'jr.ilic.-i jean*, at. I������.*!'-I, to mi-ieo thi..  ii 'ith  pbin  iu tl.e "..".lots   who want  to   uianag..-   r.ther   people"'.-   stomachs.  V/.j brine up iko :Jmalt***.* now, not  | with ih.- he'.pe of i-.irialilr.__i iho r<;v-  | enur-S" of Tainany  polii" enolali'.s,  but  merely' that  such  of  our  readers  as  ::re  caijalile of  ii   mny  enjoy   the  ,-iv-  ful   humor or S<--nnte".r sMaekny-fi  hill."  All   of   which   stipes is   lho   natural  ci;:cry:    what's   the  use  of   burdening  ih'; statute books  with  a law that is  not   ubserved.    Honesty   and   eonsis- '  teney are suppo.'itel to govern lhe car- ;  lying oul cf our laws as well  as the '  making of theni.    Yet  horo  is a  law  lacked    by   inspectors   who.se   visible!  duty   f-oiisi-ils   in   drawing   thoir   ral-i  srios.    The  inysteriou")   faseir.ation  of.  bibulous   humanity  to   imbibe  during  prohibited   lioiirr-   is   so   strong     that .  bar-tenders say the!-   businecs  invar- j  iabiy   brighicns   up   imm .diately   tho  i.-iv-   compe!.*;  ihe'i   fo  lock   the   bar-'  rcoic de-or.   At 1 .-**���������_.' one hotel not a  i-i-zon   ii.:lc:;   i'.'oi.i   Calga.-y   findd   it  j.rofilahlc t"> ::i.l up a spocia! "rf-iL::r- ;  ei.iy   i.!'-i't."  i,nr,   the  rc:rui:ir  dinpur.s-]  in*y   b.-iiig   a;ip._;*i.!i[ly   i;:suJfcir;i)t   toi  fit-pr.ly  lh.-   inert';--r.rl   dr-inand   for  s'i- '<  mular.t::   wliicii   h"gin:i  pie'.-inely  at  7i  o'eleif!,- Pa'iinin.y.-; and  11  e.'i ioc:: other'  ril^hu-i.  Ac'.-orrling  to ali   tc'e  ruies  of ���������  logic theie would In lens drinking if:  thtie were no prohibitid hours. I  TelcgraphicVCoinnumication.  $1.2o per day. '  Baths Free.  Tiates  Proprietor.  f.  ^evsistcke-  City Directory  (1807.  I~* A*   V  fl   1   IJ  i Ji  tog I.  Noiv in Course of Preparation  It will i.ik.������ tliree m-.iitlis lo crirniiile.     Help i  al'ine.-.   It will lie  .Bigger, Better, and Right Up-to-Date  w-ilb maiifi. elc:  city council, anel ;.ll coninli*:c:  Rcvi-Nrr-ke-'-i    ri.������ .hit.-.-.,   inli.-iliiinuts,   lin^incs.',  li-*.n-.~:  in  feci, the li.inili-sr hook uvcr Isnueil  in Ivcvi-l-itiii:...    l'rice:: fiicciii������.  AilvurtUInq rates on apnlicaiion.  R. P. PcTTiPiEGt,  Revi isto^e  Rn Excellent  Sermon '������������������u*>.  Do'.ivered before the Orange  Lotlp;e, No. I05S. at Revels!oke,  11 0.. in the Methodist, church  em Sinidav mornini*, Nov. 0;b,  ISIS, by Rev. S. .T.Thompson,  in a neatly printed 13-para  pamphlet.  There, a-e more linrd fuels  anrl valuable infoi'iuation in  ibis liulo booklet than you  can imagine until vou have  read it-. Ii's worth a dollar if  it's worth a cent..  Mailed to any address for 2.3c:  R] P. PETTIPIECE, Revelstoke, B.C  I  w.������~  I.il *r  w  iKi.  \6  ���������_���������,->'  ito  iB  i&  Hi  il)  w*-. x "*���������*���������". r-**" -J^r   52?    i���������*^ Z^ *^ S*31^^ S__>������^' 2&w^^ 2������������^ fenzsr h������^^ ^^^ gaai^ ^_w^ ^^  J3:  no ���������  Better than Godfrey's Band  ($\  Prrliapn yon haren't heard Soiihtin famovn /{and play, and Uicrefore eaib-  not ansirnr thin rjnenlioii. Iiut there iit no rraxon on earth. u:hy you nhmildiifl  h"nr if nf ,n,re. Uny a (2nPmr\r\hr\nn and tinuie Genuine. Iiccavdn and  i/'iii  ran   I-I   lhe band ^' <3 1 llUfJI^JIlfcJ play th,ring dinner an  -   THE QU.EKX '-DOES  AT WINDSOR  ll'/ii/f iff are on thr sidij'ct nf Mu  filrhifirt;    h'iml    it    dijfintlt     It,    /.-',  ftntl  hri���������  ttt, iftiutit r  neglf-rlid,  llltll  ))('!.,,Ir  '���������/>  .'if,  in-������.iw// as   n'i 11  .tit )i)ilii tl    ni III.  mention   that   the  ral ir-n.n,,!, has fy ��������� P^Ofl JeS  rail plaij in,, 'thr Hymplums/ Urellinreii'n Sonalan willi pevferl  '���������.1'1,1'rsnitiii autl orrht.-lral i 0'"/. If C -r/l, the Tl ������ rtv-1., ��������� n������^ilo/-iot-r'-Q 1  whirl, phn,*lh.-..innt, for you, very rapitlh; foo di f\ge\ U������ UVGl},e$U'Bi\  \\"\ "*'.'/'���������'/ !/'������' lhat -!*.'? orr now laal.ir,,; '/{KCO/tDS FO/l Tl/Ii flltA P//0-  I IlOSi'j. Chofiyr ifoii'rfrnorifr .s'o??.'/ and ttf.-n-l it, In un. or rink nx to r/el il for  t/nii tmd make a record tm \>rn.>;,     Jf you don'l like il when  utadv,  hi:ml it bar.'-;  and. DUX 1  PA y P'OIt IT. ���������  Song Folios Are Good This Morning  e.'.s' alf.o a re foi ion for the piano, violin, and, oyr/rvn,arid Onitar.  ������  Fresh Banjos,  Tuners Mutes,  Guitars,        Mandolins,        Tin Whistles,        Violins  Flute and Piccolo Mouthpieces,       Musical Boxes  and Chinese Banjos,  Write or Call at once.   Mention thus Paper.  The Alberta Music Co.  Centre Street, near lho Station  m  (TEMPEST & SMITH),   CALGARY  ^i^i^S*. '____2?.*J������ <J������*J5* -^Sf^- -2Z-.  ^ f5S f*B -**> "���������������  fit*   ��������� *S* ' 0& ���������   ������& ���������  fig*  l^i "25^5 <*B'*__S -*S-"������ **Sj^������ -������rSUiS ^3'-^ :  "^ *^B. ��������� *~~~X ��������� "~35< ��������� *������IN ��������� ""V- *������:\ ��������� *"������k ���������  *���������~   -���������������- -~- r*G&^*J& >*^B^  ***' 03* ��������� fi*' fX* ��������� *&' ^  ^J2>>*&  KATES.   $1 oo   PER   DAY  Good acconimoihlioi), <V gocdb.it  woll supplied wilh choice wines  liquors and cigars.'  Free B:is Meet3 All Trains  Brown '8c Pool,  Proprietors.  c*:  jTj  lOK'TZ'      ' ������  _sA  Do   Voa   CClant   a    f.oi~ne   in    This    Oi~0'_rjii--|;    ffiining   and  .; Railcuay   Centre   ?-  Tho C. & K, s'cam Navigation.Company have 90:110 of the niD3t d *,  ]i������htfii! p-ojii-i'ty in Jtevelsloke. It is clnuniingly Eitunted, handy to  to any portion of thu to7,'n. Come and enquire about, it 0., once. E.:sy  terms if iiecessnrv." - '.'���������.,  F. JAcCJIRTY  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer "in... :���������. ......  FKIJAE BEEF, PORK,  ../ADTTOeM JIJ*4D S^OSJiSB  Fish   and .Game   in    Season.   .    Markets   at   JlWclsLoko,  JRevclstoko Station, jS'akusiJ, Trout Laku City, .'incl i'ui'guson.  S til E-sr 0 Q   Q   h u Bas  J-itirgo liRlit  bed  rooms.  HU  Rate  Tn lilo' I'lirnisbetl wiih  lln- clii_ii;.'e~". (lie ln.'iikeiC  iili'i'i"i!-~. JJi-s-t Wines  Liquors     111,1!       Cigars  .$1.C0 n day.     iUemthly race*.  J. ALHI-.KT STON.K, IVnpriefor.  THE PlONEEH LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Treat Lulio District  Saddle    and   " Pack  alwavs i'or hire.  llnrsei  Ficifiliiiii;*  specially.  ���������!n  Tea inins    n.  o'clock  iDaily~St"a~!~;e_lcaves'Tlie)iiison's riTindinfr every morningat  i  for Trout Lake City.    For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  *"*./--lCT-IODIST CUTIUCH ��������� Ilovelatclco.  a**. I'ronoliiiiK" Bcnicca nt tl a.m. ar.d 7:.'!0  li.m. Clni-8 ijicetimr nl. the. closo of tlie  inyrniny survlco. Milibiicli Suhool iinii Hibln  C1.'ih_i ac !i::iO p.m. o Vv'.'L-kly iii-i'-ycr nicetlnp  ovorv Woelnosriay cv.u.iujr ut 7:l!0 p.m. The  pub.icurn norellally invilcel.   Mens tree.  KKV. ������. .1. THOMPSON, P,v:tor.  pnuncH   Olf  *~-   Ituveil-loko  KN������I_AK������-St. PitorV  llonrsnf ni-rvlcc: JCvcnintf  prayor el .lly nt fl o'clock. li":iilfjyu ut **:,"'().  Hiinil.iyii nml I'-uiitlvnli,: Holy Communion ut,  n.in.. uiiiriiliitr iiniycr nl II. Sunduy Solinol  nnil llllilr. Cln-H nl. !!:.'l!i, ovoi.iits piny, r nl 7::!0.  Kiml, .Siiiulnyiii Iim inoutli Holy Coiiiniunion  nt inornlny Hi'rvle-.f... .  p.".i*'". -TllYTKItlAN CHUKOir-ItovolMlol-e!.  -1 Horvloo ov.'o .Siinilny n! II n.in. ni.d 7:"0  p.m. ISil.e Cl.Bfl nl. i:'.\0 p.m., lo wliich  nil nro welcome. 1'r.iycr lacodni; uc 8 p.m,  cvory Wcelnoielny.   HHV. T. MKyZIES. P-stnr.  IJ OMAN  'V    -I"--.'.  f'ATiioi.it! cnuacir ���������rtcvci-  M.iiti   iir_it n__.il tl.inl Huinlny- in  monlli nl 10^.0 it in. "-- -  -     IlKV. KATUBU TilAVKK.  C AI.VATION AISMY-Mc lin.tn ovcry ii!k1h  *'    In llii'-rini I i>n 1'VintS'rci.r.  M  The Vepnon Boda  Watep  Works . ,  J. O'iSRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Mninr.iclii o- nf SwIii Water. 3inser  An, "i.ni-nririlln ni il ml Molt Drinks.  A fjl! miipiiI, kept-, in "tnck utile-  Ciirl^'n IJoli! t-iornai. wlitrc nnle'rs  l"'r. 20.HW.tf  'V"1  I Ijf.  Loyal Orange  Lodg-e, No. 1058/  EylA      ItPiriil.-n-  1111'nlliif.M nro In'M In I Iin -  -Sst-S.    Oililfi-llou-s Mnl! .in llii'thii-il l-'riil.i.v  .ifi'iii-li monlli iil7.:i'.ip. in.   ViMtin*^-  lii'i'iliri'ii I'linliiillv iiivitcl.  W. II. llll'liuv,  W.Jl.; It. I'. IVIti  Siv.; Dr. T. JrlVi, Kill. Si-i" ; Tlio������.  l������lll'l'!".  Court   Mt.   Bcgbie,  I.O.F.,No.3.](5i.  Moots ii lln 0"Ud-  fellow.-i' Hull on tho  'Ir.d unil llii I'-riiliiy.eof  ouch monlli. VI,.tin?  b'i:thro:i Invltud to  attend.  D. J. C. J oh n =on  Iti'C-See.  B. R. (Jiiinpliell,   IC.  Chief II;inKi!r.  ([evelstoKe  Hospital  Mnternity Koom i.i cemncct.ion.-  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  ���������Irs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants-  REVELSTOKE  lip  s*7f*  Blaclismithinfj- Jobbing  Plnmbiri*?. :-ipe FUtin?  Siririnitliiiar  Sheet Iron Work  Maohioevy RePiiired  Miniqg Work a Sp������cia!ty_-____=___  ROBT. C40RDON  Revelstoke   Station.  y .V'S f?.r 0U_T in'orcstlnR licoks " Invent  i ors Help   and "How you aro swindled." ',  tend us n rough sketch or model of Tour '  , invention or improvement and v.*o will tell )  i you freo our opinion as to whether it is );  Iirobaiily -patciitublo.   YVo make a special! v J*  "f; applications refected  in otlicr toads. >  i ilisucit references furnished,  MAKION & MAEIOW  PATSWT SOLICITORS & FXPEBTS !  Civil fc Mechanical Fntfnrcrs, CrailunlPB cf Uio i  I'OiyiKlinle Scliool of j:nvlnci'>ii.s. ~3ai:hc!or_ In .  - , Apr i,J   Scl^mos,   Laval    Unlrersity   Jlcmbcrs !  J t 1'atfnt I_lw A������soc!.illon   Amrrfcin Wat* r Works ,  t AsBOcl.-.ilon. S-vr l:ii!<lnnil V'ale-r M'orL-1 Jltioc.  : f )'��������� Q- ^'-i reyora AsEOtla'.lon, Assoc. Alcmbcr Cun.  ; f Eociny r,t Civil Entfnecrl. '  i f OFFICES' i NEW Y0SK UFE B'lD'B-' MOHTREM. CAN.  - C^!!ii?Ili,!I!!i1!iL-,!!0i,*'ASHIHI!T0N'DC'  il  18x1  VirA  -j*F  _Bta js  SUSCESSFUL  NEW   BRUNSWIC    OXPOblTION  WIPED  our  The   Emmerson    Government   Sweeps  the Province and Carries Si. John  St. John, N. 13., February 20.���������The  New Urunswick opposition wns practically wiped out lu Saturday's election for the legislature. Ot the many  c.-.iiclidates In the Held against tho  Kninierson government only four were  elected. A. A. Stoclttoii, leader ot tho  opposition, was amonp; lhe defeated.  Ihu government carried SI. John.  A  SECOND DEFEAT  Winnipeg: Loses tne Second Match But  Enters an Appeal.  Montreal, Quebec, February 20.���������  The Montreal Victorias won iho  second game in thc hockey match  series here over Winnipeg hy a scoro  of three to two for lhc Stanley Cup.  \vinnipes will appeal to ihe trustees  nC the cup against the decision of tho  referee in not ruling JlacDougall off  for good  for fouling Gingras.  NEW PRESIDENT  Of the French Republic Elected���������Loubet  is the Mar.  Paris, February 20.���������Tho French nation lost no time in electing a successor to the late President Faure. The  Senate dealt with tlie matter on*Saturday, tho result being that Loubet was  elected President of France. Ha received ASH voles, against 270 voles cast  for JMeline.  A CHICAGO-MOB  Turns   Itsell    L0032    and   Wrecks   a  Theatre "    ,  c  Chicago. February 20.���������A n-.ob      of  2,000 men destroyed ihe furniture and  ll\tures of thc Star theatre yesterday  1 "��������� \   afternoon     (Sunday) because -' of the  \failuro of the curtain to go up. They  also   destroyed  a  lot of  scenery  and  _   properties  in  consequence of  tho  refusal cf the management, to promptly  Ixfund the money taken in.  BURIED IN MALT  Waterloo. Ontario, February 20.���������  Dan Knjlillciscli, a workman in n  brewery here, was" . buried under a  rpiantity of malt and instantly killed  on Saturday.  AN M. P. DEAD   '  Dr. Guay of   Lev's --Died   Suddenly uo  Sunday  Ottawa, February 20.���������"Word was re-  reived here "last nighl that Dr. Piorro  .Malcolm Quay, ai. P., of Levis, Que.,  died at his home last evening. Death  came unexpectedly to his many friends  at the capital. Dr. Quay was Liberal  in politics.  FIGHTING   IN   CHINA  Pekin, February 20.���������A serious conflict ha- taken place between Russians and Chinese at Talien . Wan.  Throe hundred of the latter were  killed. The trouble is said to havo  originated  in a question of taxes.  A WINNIPEG ACCIDENT  Winnippg, February 20.���������Jas. R.  _=^__TilacDonnell���������was-str\ick-on^-tlie-he:itl-  by an electric car here on Saturday  right and has been unconscious at  lhe hospital ever since. The doctors  fear he will succumb.  BERESFOKD   BANQUETTED  Chicago. February 20.���������Lord Chas.  Beresford was entertained here on  Saturday anel addressed a board of  tratle  gathering.  STtAtViER   MISSING  The Gaapssia After  Being Jammed in  the Ice Is Lost Sight Of.  Moatcovc, O. li., February 21.���������The  Ftcanier Gaspesla has not been sighted since Saturday at which time she  was ��������� jammed in ice 12 miles oft' tho  l~taii_. du Norcl light. A heavy easterly snuw stoi m sprang up yesterday  and mu steamer was carried out of  tight. Tho storm abated lasi night  bin up to noon today nothing has  been heen or heard of lho Ciaspesia.  MONTREAL THE WINNERS  Montreal, February 21.���������The trustees ut' the Stanley Cup refuse to Interfere with the ruling of Referee  Finlay at Saturday night's hockey  match, thus giving the game to tho  Montroalers.  PRESIDENT     FAURE'S    FUNERAL  ravin, February 21.���������In tlie Chamber of Deputies yesterday the Premier  asked for a credit of ltiO.000 francs to  defray the funeral expenses of ihe  kite Preielcnt Faure. The motion  pi'S.seel after a protest. from the  Socialists.  The lViissior\  T_|at Failed  THECANADI AN COMMISSIONERS  KliTUrtN EMPTY riANUtD  THE  B.'C.   BUDGET  A Big Deficit to be  Covered���������Dictation  from Ottawa Resented.  Victoria, B. C, February 21.���������  Finance Minister Cotton yesterday recommended the legislature not to repeal its acts against the Japanese as  requested-by the Dominion government.  .The Minister. delivered liis budget  speech yesterday. , Last year shows a  deficit of over six hundred thousand  dollars. The salary list will "bo cut  el _.v.-11- and the income tax increased  in order to' bring tlio revenue and expenditure nearer together.  .FICKLE  FRANCE  Paris, February 21.���������The new President of Franco. M. Loubel, is being  subjected to abuse and persecution.  AN  ERRING DEAN  Montreal, February 21.���������Dean Norman ,of Quebec, has left his diocese  under a cloud.  AGUINALDO'S DELEGATE  Now York, February 21.���������Agoncillo,  the Filipino delegate, arrived at New-  York  today on  his  way  lo .England.  BISHOP TASCAL RETURNING  Winnipeg, February 21.���������Mgr. Pascal, Bishop of Saskatchewan; is en  loutc to tho west from a visit to  Homo.  o  A PERSONAL APPEAL  Unctuous Stranger (who has boon  asked lo lead in prayer at the Biack-  vlllo Baptist Church prayer meeting):  Oh, Lord! prepar- us all to die; so dat  v'en dat dread moment arrives wo kin  calmly say: "Oh, death! whar is ely  sting?���������Oh, grave! whar is dy victory?" And, oh, Lord! if dar am  any present here tonight dat,am not  prepared to die, guide them, we beseech Thee, around to room 17, at de  Anerican Eagle, hotel, whar I am  stopping as de general agent ob de  Coontown Life Insurance Company.  CHURCH  WORKER  DEAD  "AVinnipeg. February 20.���������Mrs. Mills,  n well known church and temperance  -.vorker Is dead.  SLY ATTACK  ""���������* "-"T HE" JAPAN E S E"~~^~"     "t_  The B. C. Government Asked to Modify  Legislation Regarding Them  Victoria, February IS���������The Minister  of Justice at Ottawa requested the B'.  ty. government several days ago to  say whether they would modify tho  recent legislation in tho direction desired by the Imperial government in  respect to the Japanese. The British  Columbia government prepared an  answer to ths Minister declining to  take any action. Cotton, the Finance  Minister of tho British Columbia Le-  gii-hitt-.ro. brought down the returns  of the correspondence between the two  government!! yesterday. The estimates for thc year were also presented.  }  Insurgents  In   Citizens'   Clothes   Make  Sudden  Attack on Americans���������Get  ���������*        Repulsed  Manila, February IS.���������A guard of  the Nebraska regiment stationed near  thc water works were attacked yesterday afternoon by same insurgents  dressed in citizens' clothes, who were  hiding, in ho bamboo thickets.      The  . Americans were wide awake and Col.  Stotzenburg was     immediately     sent  -with four companies as reinforcements  10 resist the attack*. The natives stood  their ground     for a  then fled.  KLONDIKE OUTPUT  Vancouver. February IS.���������The  Klondike gold output is estimated at  nineteen million dollars for the  season.  NATIONALIST ELECTED  Londonderry,    February   18.���������Count  Arthur  Moore,  Nationalist,  has  been  short time and   olecteil for Londonderry.  PORTLAND'S TOMB  Opening ,of the Druce ��������� Tcmb Has Been  Forbidden  London, February 18���������Tlie Queen's  bi nch division of tho high court of  Justlco today granted a rule prohibiting the orders of tho consistory  court eif St. Paul allowing tho opening ot tlio Druce vault, in Highgato  "cemetery, being carried iuto effect  without the sanction of the Homo  Secretary.  C. P. R. ENGINEERS  M0nlre.1I. February 18.���������It is reported that trouble Is brewing between C. P. R. engineers and tha company. '  DEATH AT THE FEAST  COAL AT  DAWSON  Boston. February IS.���������F. E. Tait, of  W'hltinsville, Mass., expired suddenly  at tho McKinley banquet in Boston. --  HERSCIIELL'S  ACCIDENT  Laurier's Sunny Ways Cut No    Ice  at  Washington  Washington, February 21.���������The In ���������  lei-natlonal High Joint Commission  afler a session yesterday adjourned  lo meet at Quebec on August 2nd  unless tho chairmen of thc respective  committees agree upon another date  In the interim.  Accomplished Nothing.  Toronto. February 21.���������The .Mail's  special from Washington says: "As indicated in my dispatch yesterday  would be the case, tho farco of the  Anglo-American Joint High Commission, after weeks and weeks' vain  anel ill-directed efforts, lias concluded,  anel tomorrow the Canadians will  pack thoir trunks at ihe Sharoham  liotel and travel towards their native  soil. There is a provision for the  Of. 111 miss ion to meet on August -nei  ut Quebec, but none of the commissioners really believe tonight thai  the meeting will ever lake place  Thoro is 0110 hope. It is that durinp  the summer the Alaskan boundary  question can be sottleel through dip  li-.matic negotiations between this  country and Greal. Britain. The Alaskan boundary was one thing lhat  prevented an agreement."  Tupper's Prophetic Views  Ottawa, February 21���������Sir Charies*  Tiipjser is a far seeing politician. The  fir it.press has condemned him for  speaking al Clinton last week of tho  failure of the AVashiugton iiegolla  tions. Only a fow days wero required  10 demonstrate the correctness of tht  prognostication or thc opposition  leader. The news from Washington  yesterday caused Ihe utmost elespon  ilcncy in ministerial circles.  TWENTY   MILLIONS  .'ill Be' PaiJ  by  U:.cle    Sim   for   lh-  . Phillipshie?,  Washington, February 21.���������Tl'.e.  ���������louse Committee on appropriation to  lay ordered a favorable report of the  ::ill to pay Spain twenty million do!-  a'rs for tho"'Philippines. "An amend  incut denouncing tlie policy of tin  government towards the Philippine:  was defeated by a party veto.  IMMIGRATION  Severe Critic'sm of the Plan of Placing.  Immigrants in Blocks  Kingston, February 20.���������Rev. S. C '  .-land, ef Smith's Falls, al a mcetin;-  _f the Alumni of^Queens, referring te  the immigration policy urged a close  .uarding of the kind of people aliowei  to come to Canada. The Stales hat.  hcen inviting to its shores all the run  lag and bobtail of Europe and hat  been driving out tlio hest element.  Prof. Shortt, in tho discussion fo!-  ��������� owing, criticized the policy of placing  immigrants from various countries ii  blocks away out in the North AVest.  Hero wo should find in after years  tho same troublo as with the French  Canadians. "What was required was  assimilation. The present policy ami  system was an extremely low and  sordid and irrational idea. The fe-  si'It would be elimination of the  Anglo-Saxon  element from  Canada.  Washington,     February     IS.���������Lord |  ich    coal ' Herschell's     injuries     arc so serious  Seattle. February 18.���������A  mine has been discovered near Daw- -that they may necessitate the adjourn  sen City. ment of the commission,  *v  ti  - A batch of 10 Galicians wore married at Edmonton last Tuesday by the  Ue v. Father Culerier. The contracting parties were:.. Andrew Kamila to  Chereska Sarnesl.a; Michael Safrau-  ovez to Vonei Vazieshks; Valenty  Comaszevskl to Jagniska uuikh,  Vavjin Ciiavski to Mary Mushtinska:  ���������md Jan Barann to Maljojata A'ansho.  Edmonton Bulletin: The much  petted Doukhobors have been ap-  uroached on the subject of their children learning English. lt appears  that they tire averse to* being taught  1",-- any who are beins. paid for tlie  work. A cleverly oriontial way "of  expressing the ielea that they elo not  want to learn English at nil. No  doubt it would tend to break up their  c\clusivoness. A.s a special favor  they will allow a few of their chlldran  t.i attend school,  Regina Standard: Indian Commissioner Laird expects to leave Winnipeg about the loth of May and Edmonton about the 25ih of May to meet  the Indians of the Peace river country.  He will go by rail to Edmontoii.thence  in Athabasca Landing, across tlie  Little Slave Lake and up the Peace  river to Fort St. John in' British Columbia. This with the return trip  will make a very long and tiresome  Inurney. Tho northern limit of the  trin will toucl? latitude 60.  Leo XIII. will enter upon the 90th  year of his age ou March 2, and the  22nd of his supreme pontificate Feb.  20th. Two hundred and sixty-two  pontiffs have preceded Leo XIII., but  cf these only seven have occupied it  foi 21 years. The ave������age length of  a papal reign is seven years. Ten  pones died within a month after  their election anel tho shortest reign  in the history of-the papacy is that of  St. Stephen II.. w]io lasted only three  clays. Of the 2G2 popes who preceded'Leo XIII.. SS ksvft bcoa canonized  or beatified. Twelve popes havo borne  tho name cf Leo nnd of the Leos five  have been canonized as saints. Of  the T,l caidinals living 31 arc Italians.  7 French.' 5 Spanish. 4 Austro-Hun-  garlan, 1 Irish. 1 Knglish, 1 Swi-s and  1 Australian. Popo Le"* has created  Jl" ra-illnals. and during his pontificate 12,1 catdln .is hnvo parsed away.  Not a solitar: member of the sac-reo  college, to which he was admitted by  rjus IX. 46 years ago is now living.  i  BITES THAT POISON.  ANIMALS WHOSE TEETH CARRY A  VERDICT OF DEATH.  Tho Power That la In tli������ Snnp of tho  Jaws of tho Lion, tlio Leopard, the Wolf  nnd tho Tiger���������Tho Crococlllo'������ Formidable How of Spikes,  Dog bites aro always dangerous. Thin  Is mainly duu not to poisoning, though  this often results, but to lho frightful  wound which nny largo dug thoroughly in  enrnc-it can Inflict. Human beings got olT  lightly in many cases, booauso, as a rulo,  n dog only "Mmps" nt theni whon irritated, nnd there is as much dllTerenco bo-  (ween a '-snap" nnd a bilo ns thero Is between a fillip with the back eif tlio lingers  and a knockdown blow.  Most, poi.-ciulng caused by bites Is, however, probubly duo lo tliu statu of tho  creature's tooth. The dog tribe, wiiich  hnvo vory wet iiiiniilis mul wet tongues,  keep their teeth fairly clean, while herbivorous aniiiiiiU do nut.. A dog's lout ll nro  nearly always beautifully white, thomiof  11 horse or a camel yellow und dirty. Captain Cliri.itio in sumo nulrsem ..port in  Soninliliiiid recently pulilislieil in ���������'Country Life," stales that a nativu cook who  served him had been disabled for two  years by a cninol blta received during our  former Sudan expedition. The work ilono  by tho tongue and saliva in cuntl.intly  deeming thu carnivorous .-iiiini.-ir.s tcot.li i.s  proved to sumo extent*, by tlio different, results of being "clawed" und bitten respectively by tho sumo creature.  Wounds mado by the claws of leopards  uro poisonous, while those caused by lho  troth nro less freepienlly septic Sir Hiim-  ual Baker notes lliat'"iho wounds from  tbo claws of 11 leopard uro exceedingly dangerous, as tbo iiiiiiiinl is in the habit, of  feuding upon cni-c.-i _������us somo days after  thoy havo boon killed. Tlio flesh is' at. thai  timo beginning to decompose, and tlio  claws, which are lined lo holel it as it is  torn by the tooth and jaws, become taint-  eel and poisoned sullioieiitly 10 insure gitn-  grcno by inoculation." lio recommends  that" nil wounds caused by leopards ot  ligors should bo thoroughly syringed wi;h  cold water mixed with a thirty-sixth part  of carbolic acid whenever the wound is  dressed. Probably modern treatment can  improve upon this rcoipo.  Apart from nil concomitant danger of  blood poisoning iho sovority of tho bites  of flesh eating animals is oul. of nil proportion to lho weapons by which they are  lnllictcd. Tho teeth, even of the largest'  carnivorn, arc merely "the- -.'spearhead,"  but the forco whicli. "works" theso.instruments i.s prodigious. It seems as if for  the moment thc aninii-.l throw all its bodily  energy into tho combination of muscular  iieiion which wo call a "bito." In most  cases the moro shook of impact a.s thc ani-  mal hurls itself on its enemy is entirely  demoralizing or iuiliels physical injury. A  muzzled mastiff will hurl a man tii tho  ground in tho effort to fasten its tooth iu  his throat, or shoulder. Then tho driving  ���������md crushing force of tho jaw muscles is  astonishing. Tho snapping power of an  alligator's jaws is more or less intelligible.  They aro long und furnished with a row  of pointed tooth from end to end. - Bul tho  jnv.-s of tho lion, leopard, tiger, otter, ferret or baboon aro short, .'mil tho long nr.d  pointed teeth aro fow. Yet eaeh of ilioir  species has a hieing power which in proportion to its size is almost incredible *  Pir Samuel Baker, who had a long and  varied acquaintance with the bites of the  carnivora, noticed thnt lho tiger usually  seized an Indian nntivo by thc shoulder  nnd with one jaw on one sido and (lio olhei" on tho other bit clean through chest and  bark. "Tho fatal wound was tho bite,  which through back and chest penetrated  10 lhu lungs." Europeans nre killed by  llio tiger's bito r.s '.veil ns lacerated by tbo  claws. A Mr. Luw.es, son of a missionary  of that name, was killed after being shaken for 11 fow moments by 11 tigress, wliich  lhen loft him. lie. died next day. Inmear-  ly all cases lho bite penetrates lo the lungs.  This kind of wound is characteristic of  rho ullneks of ninny of tho fcliche. .Scarcely any bird recovers from a cat's bito for  "ho samo reason. Tlio can ino tooth aro almost instantly driven llirciugh tho lung  under tho wing. The cheetah, which lias  a very small nioulli, always bites through  the black buck's throat!  ,The-lcopareLwhon-so:/.ing-sma!lor-aiii-  mals, stioli as dogs, cuii-hes. tho head.  When allncking-men, ic aims at biting  lhrough tho lungs. Sir riainucl Baker  must again bo quoted. In Africa a nalivo  boy wus tiring roods, accompanied by his  brothor. A loopard seized one boy and  was almost instantly killed by (ho other,  who hurlsel his spear so accurately that it  separated' tho voncbrio of tlio leopard's  ncok. "Thu boy was curried to my hul,"  tnys Sir Sniiiiiiil, "but thoro was uuch.-inco  of recovery, us tho fnngs had torn open lho  chest and injured tho lungs. These wero  exposed tu view lhrough the* cavlly bo-  twtcii his ribs lio died during tho  tils-It."  i'ho worst e.r tbo "snapping" bites of  nianiinaU Is that of the wolf. I'ho jaws,  mslUto thoso nf the felidie," aro vory long,  A mule wolf's head often si-onis lo ho mora  than ei quarter of its length without the  tail. Somo judges m>1 it ut, nvarly a third  of tho total li-ngth uf its body. Tho bito  is always 11 suap, which will tear away a  i__.fl t.f llesh fiom u still running animal  or indiot a mortal wonnel on lhu lower  parts of tho body. Tho orocaelilo bito i.s  tho most formidable of tho snupplng order  Though it������i tooth nro'only n row ot spikes,  it can out olf a limb nr bito a fish weighing TO pounds into two pieces ns cleanly  as if thoy wore divided by a knifo.  Horses usually seize a person by the ami  or shouIcior_j.hon thoy bito. The result i.s  moro often a very bad bruiso, like a jam  in a door, than a wound, lint thcgiv.il  offender in this respect is "our friend lho  dog," and tho greatest sufferers aro young  ohildron. We havo known n littlo girl of  10 years almost bitten to dcatli by 11 petted  St. Bernard dog whioh was jealous of her  and a boy of 6 mauled and lacerated by a  bulldog for tho Fame reason. As most persons keep dogs for their own nmiisomcnt,  lt Is incumbonton tlicm to remember thnt,  though tho best of domesticated animals,  thoy aro potentially dangerous wild boasts,  and if thoy show signs of vice should bo  dismissed by euthanasia, uot sold to soma  one else.���������London Spectator.  Tliey Couldu't Keep Silent.  He���������There can be no women In heaven.  She���������How do you make'that out?  Ho���������Because the papers _:iiil that tho  Rev. Mr. fc'aintly, who eiicel ��������� recently, had  joined tho tllcnt majority.��������� Up to Dato.  A Straight Tip.  In the long run tho best way to lank,  money backing horses is to drive a car)  on a dump.���������Philadelobla Times,  Revelstoke wiil Quintuple its  Present   Peculation  -   of 2000.  -lOVol-Lokc. has I icon .snircLcd hy I lit  C. 1*. it., a.s Lho tormina] point I'or North  Kootenay ami Okanagan. Jt, must go  ahead. Thc judicious   business man  wil!   invest in  Revelstoke Heal Estates  while it can be got on lhe ground Hour.  &s?*~ 5^?a <!^?i -_  W3m������__,-.   ".-i*-,A  v-������,r-iA    ^  W3m������__,-.   C-i*-,A v-������,r-iA   -**JE  S700 will buy two fine business kits 7 infl 8, binuk 10, on fir������t street. 30  feot by 101) feci;.    Oppo-ito J. IX SibbtildV-1 ������������������siilunce.. Easy tei ui*-  $250 cash will buy two nice hit?, CO by 1C0. nearly opposite S.impsou't  house.    Lots 3 anel 1, Block 11.  $350 will buy a lot 25x100, :n~xc the 1'Vor.l St, T'ost Office.  $1000 will buy a block. 7.3x100 on Campbell Avenue.  $1030 will buy a lot 2j.\100in the centre of the business part of" M ic  enzie Avenue.  $700 will buy two lots Oianel 7, block 0, 50x100 opposito G. B. Hume <-t  Co.'ri ware liouse oil Campbell Avenue. ���������       ,:  $97.3 will buy a hou-".; tinel lo'10, block -IG, on Third Street.   Five  i~or.ni-  bath room fi nil pantry.     SjiToO clown anel balance   to   pay ��������� on Un'  "in 10 years nt S per cent.   Tliu loti~ fiOslOO.  tfOOO will buy a one storey bouse and lot (5, Block -15,-on Third St. Tht  I.ofc is a corner, :30\-1CO.  $1155 will buy a house nnd lot 1. blrck-ll, rorner of .Tame*-  ami Konteupy St Thfi'laouPi" is well iin._-lit.el. Modern conveni  i-iice-". Lot 72x100. Beautiful situation.' Tei ins $523. down,  bnlitnce in'monthly payments.  ���������?3,.".0D will buy n block fronting on First St. opposite the Imppi ial  Bank. Size lC0.\-T50x75. Corner Con naught Avenue nnd Fiisl  St. The U. 1'. R. sidiug runs along one side. A splendid business, location. -. ^ , .- ���������-  *i20f0 will buy a business block .30x100 fronting on-First St.,  between  -   * the two banks.   A-fiiie site for a business hon.-o.  IMPERIAL B^HK  "���������OF G/\NADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital S2,000,CM  Reserve     ....   1,200,000  Directors:   ���������  II. S.  Muu-lana,  President  T.R..M-rntt. Vice Pies., (St.Catharine*)  i% illiain Hamsriv,  Kobeit JiifTray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stay nor  fili.as U.'gera.  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  BraDohes  North Wei;', nnd Urilisb Columbia  Ki-.ilidnn      [Portage la  Ualgary Prairii  Klmonimi |Prince Albert  South ii.lnmnion. N  ,      O.VTAKIO.  Essex Niagara Falls   ISt. lliomiw  borgus        Port Colborne IToronto  CJalt KatPorieige     j Welland  li-ircr-nll    j.NanltSt. Marie- iVoodntock  Lis owe I   |t!l, Catharines {Hamilton  .Montreal. Quebec.  .Saving!- Haul. Department���������Deposit*  ���������f ������1 and upwards received and  tu.-resl allowed.  Debentures-- Provincial, Municipal  inu olhei dilicnluies purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Avail-  ible at all points in Canada, Uuitfd  kingdom, United States, Europo,  Tnelia, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Goid   Purchased  This Eank Issues Special Receipts'  which will be ecccuntccl for at any of  tho Hudscn'3 L'ay Co'3   Posts ln tho  Yuksn ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Bpftcuh  V������lcouv������  Winnipeg  fieve!i������'oEe  hon, B.  1    ������- O  mm  8"������    e^eS?    ������3$    /������%>' /%&    /������?*    ������%>  /ropertie  j>'an _& Go, are hand-  of   the   finest  Papers  etil:.". InjriT.ir.?.   Mi;\-i.v   ICni-  - ljt.5^v.'i.! Out", ami  burciere ul  ailil'.-acrij.tioii...  .    Tlio i-I'e.-i;n-5t .iiitl lies; Mock of  WAI.I. 1'AI'EIIS in the citv.  I.llji-n.l  i!t_.vi 11111..  iriven   ej>ii  all vnsli oicKrs.  1   (!or,l   o-.,h-    i���������    w a  I. I,  1' A I' K If S   r.nelfollc-ii an  iii6i������cction of my stock.  W.G.Bipney  I      .MeK,E,NZIE JIVE.  ;<-_������*-  ling" some  -^Qniclc-^Tirap,-^~--Gobd"~-yei*vic>"r:==  Feivi-'t Changes,    Lowest Hates  Tn.-keti   isMied    through   nnd  Ua-igiigis   checked 10 destination.  mining1 propositions in the  " Big"   Bend, " Lardeau and  Fish Greek camps of In orth  Kooteiiay. ��������� Full particulars obtained and furnished .about mining" claims in  the District.  A big block of Carnes Creek Consu!i~l.'Ue"d  at  ten  cents.  These shares wiil be up to put- yet.  3>f������  soon  "We nvo agents loi* (lie Kqnifcuhh* Havings Loan it Building A������"o-  tiiiition. No iii-.'in'.if'i'.'-hlii I'.i) No nccu-i-ity to take shmes. No line."-  lor non pay incut of monthly im-tallinc-i" ts. Also" I'm- the Great West  Life Insurance Co.'s Straight Loan Department. Wo car. get vou the  money, if you can put up the accuiity.  Insurance  FIRE���������Wo nro agent-- for the Impeiial, ScoltMi   Union,  doninn. Atlas and Guardi'iii.  ���������I nn n'i ial Lifo Insurance Co.  DENT���������London Accident and  Guui-antco.  I. GLASS-Lloyd's.  C^'iccn, C.iie  Canadian  aniflc  ��������� 1  i ^o  Ran way.  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST   AND   WEST        "   '  I-TRST CLASS AND'  TOURIST SLEEPERS   from   I'AilFIC TO ATLANTIC.    ���������  DAILY TRAINS.  Ei-"*. West.  3 25k..Ive���������Rcvelstoke-lve. 10.50k  TO ASO "-"HO-.I   KOOTE.VAY TOINTS.  8.151.-..Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr-.10.05k  For    ir. forma lion,   time    cards,  maps anel tickets apply to  T. XV. BRADSHAW,,  Agi'iit. Revelstoke!  W.   F.    A.vnuiisox,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, NeNon.  E. .1. Covlk, Dii-tricfc Passenger  Agent, \ ancouvi'i".  J. it, Hull  & Cempany  LIKE  ACCII  PLAT  Buiclicru    nnd    Wholesale   an  Retail _Dcclcns ia Beef. Pork, etc  KA5ILOO?S and REVELSTOKE  ���������A 11  ortlura io  our line [irom  fill-J   IN I  IJV.   I  iAN ������ I  f&i  m  ~"^������i  i������  Address :   Revelstoke.  Gf8.ee :   Taylor Block.  Oode :   Morenfe <&- J>Jeill.  -iz>  _#<^##<#*# ^#^^##^  Wo Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  "<i Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR SPOT CAS  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C,  /������ ���������*,���������������������.,- .^'t*r t4 *������������������������** ���������~*������'>"ifr*$������rV|KI1������" i-J t'-"i.*,fi'i*r"l' ^i' t/S^  For  'X?  LaGrippe...  SKI" lliu lUt ol elegant preparation*!  kept by the Canada Drug & Hook Co.  if you haye it try some  of the preparations kept  by us. We have everything required to [cure it.  THE CANADA DRUC & BOOK CO.  LIMITED.  CHAS. P.. MrliON.M.ll. Manager.  McKENZlE   .WK..   UKVKLSTOKK   STATION  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  There are still about SO families left  in Donald.  Several carloads eif househeilel effects  cune in from Deinald on Thursdiiy.  John Hutchinson of Vernon was i:i  lown yesterday.  P. K. Petersmi returned on Wednesday froin the St. Leon licit .Springs.  J. D. Sibbald and A. .lohnson left on  Thursday fr.-.- a trip to Ferguson anil  Trout Like Cily.  R. XV. Pat more of Donald came up  from Victoria on Friday and spent-a  couple of days in town renewing olel  acquaintances.  Hall .Mines shares, face value 20  shillings, which 11 few weeks ago were  epioled at 17.-*. Gd. in theLondoii market  are down to seven shillings.  OLIVER TWIST  [ASKS FOR MORE  While willing to give the government, every credit for the large  appropriations made by it for the  reejiiireineiils of Revelstoko itself, llu*  llEiiAl.D cannot at the same time help  being struck with the smallness nf the  amount of the grant for the riding in  genernl. Fifteen I houseuid dollars  .seems, a ridiculously small sum with  which to expect the needs of this  district tn be satisfied. The other  ridings of Ivnotenny are also getting  tlie Mime iinieiiint. it. is true, but it is  also true that, they are very niiie-h  dissatislled with it. Kossland has  even already taken the step of sending  a deputation to Victoria In protest.  Co in pa red with the aniiinnt of llu-  appropriations niaile for this riding  last year, fifleen thousand dollars  appears even still more; minute than it-  dues when viewed by itself. The  general grant for the. riding alone in  lhe last estimates was $28,000. or  almost double. But besides this and  besides grants for the canyon wagon  road and river bank protection, which  also figure this time, there were other  appropriations which considerably  augmented the original stun. There  were $3,000 for the Albert Canyon  road. Fire Valley road $1,000, Downie  Creek bridge,   S1.7S0,   Pingston   Creek  L. M. Mc raggart, recently   principal  of   the public   school   here,   has  been   trail $i*il)0. and a further  general   vote  confined io his bed for  over  a   month  wilh rheumatism in Vancouver.  It has been formally announced by  lhc government that parliament will  be prorogued Saturday next, snys a  Victoria despatch dated I'eb. 22nd.  The Herald notices that since Mr.  Sibbald was dismissed from the office  of gold commissionersbip the prostitutes from tlie west end are very much  in evidence again.  ��������� Photographs at C. .T. Aman's. On  hand photos of the scene of itie snow-  slide catastrophe at Roger's . Puss  taken by R. I-I. Trnenian. Price -10  cents each.    Limited supply.  ���������Now i.s the best tune to talk to L.  A. Fhktz about, that house you are  gointr to build. He can give you  practical and reliable advice from a  thorough and large experience.���������tf  Arrangements have been made to  ha\ e services conducted at the hours  of 11 ii.ni. and 7:30 p.m. in St.. Peter's  church tomorrow,. The choir are  ,speciaiiy[i*ec'iiested to attend.  The new Victoria evening paper, the  Globe*, says that, "even that ardent  follower of the attorney-general, Mr.  Kellie of Revelstoke. bucked against  the public works estimate" on Wednesday.  The biggest mistake a mining company can make is lo suppose lhat  because a man is 'sharp' or a 'good  fellow," or bas made a success at  something else, that he can run a  mine."���������Western Mining World.  Mr. and Mrs. Hooper of Sicamous,  were in town in the early part of the  week. They intend residing in llie  Boundary Creek country. Mrs. Car  ter. it is said, will run the hotel at  ���������Sk-air.ci-.s-i.i���������iheir���������stead,���������Kamloops  -Star.iiaicl.  *  The-public school is already feeling  ������the elfeet of the Donald migration and  will of course do so _=till more as the  families come in. At present there is  an averase d>iily attendance of about  120. Eighteen mouths ago it is only  30 or the real louts.  Colon.1 Sir Thomas Hungerford  Holdii-h. one of the arbitrators  in   the  in the supplementary estimates.* of  $3,000, altogether amounting to $!i.2S0  ami raising the expenditure in the  riding outside of the river��������� bulk work  and the canyon road to _*!37,2S0.  Perhnps'the supplementary estimates  tliis year will contain some pleasant  surprises for this riding. But there is  no certainty that such is the ease.  Unless something is clone our figure is  likely tb remain at, $15,000. The  Herald is distinctly of tbe opinion  that it would be desirable to find out,  at once what onr chances are for  .���������mother twenty five thoiis-ind or so  at the very least, and if so, in what  direction the extra money is going In  be applied. There should be for  instance some wagon roads built this  year in the Lurdeau to enable th.it  district to take the fullest, advantage  of the line of railway whicli we are  hoping te si!e built in through il iu'xt  summer. It is Idle of course to expect  anything of lhe" kind to come out of  our fifteen thousand which will  scarcely sullice for the trails absolul ely  needed-lu the riding. But the Lir-  di'iiu needs theni and Revelstoke  which expects to elo the Lardeau  (r.-idi! should have far-sightedness  enougli to do her best to see that the  Lardeau gets them.  The Rise in Copper  The present strong market condition  of copper is puzzling  many,   und  any  infill-million Unit will throw any   lighi  upon   this   subject   is  eagerly  sough'  after.     The   most reasonable   review  that we  have   heard   of   is   that   expressed  by  a  prominent,   copper  producing man.    He snys:    "The position  of eonper is certainly  remarkable.     Il  is simply  a  tpiestinu   of demand  and  supply, and the*  demand   is   not   only  siillleient to lake care  of  the  production, but.  it  has  practically  eaten   up  lhe visible  supply.      Copper   iw   going  eliri'i-t In   the   uuiiiiifact uier   or   e-iin-  Minii'i'i    there* is no middleman today  in copper.    1   believe'   tliat   the   large  producing   mines   will   average   fully  l;*ii'. for their cojiper delivered   for  this  year 1H1U."  BIRTHS  CitooAN"��������� On the 17th  inst,..   the  wile  eif G. K. Grogan, of a daughter.  DEATHS  ItoniNSON���������On Wednesday, Feb. 22.  Aleah. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Fred Robinson, aged ten years.  ^���������^5������������3"^ ^S^W^S^  HOW'S YOUR PRINTING ?  DON'T OVERLOOK THE HERALD  ���������<"���������"  f^r  ..DON'T..  Hack and  Couqh  c .  Your  Life  Away  A  LITTLE DAMP  A  LITTLE (,'OLI-  A  LITTLR COUGH  A   HICiGER COUGH  A SOUKR THROAT  IN THE. CHEST  ON TIIE LUNGS  PNEUMONIA  FEVERS���������  CONSUMPTION"  J  ���������1  " The Leading Store. "  " Xo liluster, No runs, .Hist llusinoss, That's All."  Men's Furnishings  Department  We nre now opening mul placing Into stock fur ."print: nml sum-  mer trade, Ill nil llie SEWEST style*)  A Splendid Assortment  of Men'*. I'ini) .Vei'-wciir, White.* Shirts, Colored Cambric Shirt*,  Negligee Shirts, Ktc.  Hats and Caps  Boots and Shoes  The HeM in the market, imulu hy The John Mcl'lierson Co.. of  Hamilton, for whom ive are sole Agents In Kevelstoke.  Glothing,  Handkerchiefs, Etc.  Our Hosiery  New Goocl-i Imve arrived very early.     This Is an advantage both  to you and to us.     We  have them on view before the demand  commences,.thus giving you plenty of time to look through our  lines.  Our Cookiey .- Co., London, England, HATS ire World licaters.   ,;  V  JAMES GILL& CO.  TAYLOR BLOCK,     ....     HcKENZlE  AVE.   :  r~  X f_  Ill  ll ll 1  Ij jy ^)  $1 %l 'Ik  tp m m  $1 ^ l#  0 & %l  &v ������| Wi  HOLIDAY GOODS g  Thousands   of Articles Suitable for this $k  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 go cents a pair.   Try a pair.  B. WELLS  Post Office Store.  S?ihJi������5_^5Ss-ri  > "S-tSw"  "v^Ss^  m^w  Rushing the Season  We have jttst received samples of the " Perfect " and " Dominion "  Bicycles which, iiie vow have on exhibition.. Intending purchasers should sec these '99 models before looking for any other  ^.wheels. lViese wheels have.all. the up-to-date improvements and  sell al popular prices.  HARDWARE AND  TINS31ITIIING. ��������� ���������������-IB_.  McCarty Block- W.   M.   LAWRENCE,  Watchmaker and Jeweller  1  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.  Tiik  WAV  THEY  ALL  HEGIN  CHECK   IT   NOW  WITH.  Dr. Mackenzie^ English  Cough Balsam  St. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  flanager's Report  A Timely  Query?  To the Editor of the Hekald:  Sin: I would like to ii.sk for a small  portion of your valuable space to make  a-cu iiple-of-queries, -ivhich-nrej-theseu-���������  l.--IIow about incorporation? Has it  died a natural death ? There can  scarcely be any further doubt about  the river bank. Tlie Dominion gov-  _rmne.it has agreed to put up half the  expense, lln* Provincial government  has passed the vote in the. estimates.  The work i.s going on. The amendments to lhe Incorporation Act will  certainly pass the House.      What uie  , ..      ,,, .,     _..-,���������,���������        we wait imj for now?    Is it to give  tlie  Arcenline-Chile frontier dispute,   is n   ,,.,,* ���������  .. ...      ."' ..   ,,  , .. .    ,- ,       .  i Mail a chance to trump   up  some  fur-  tbi-r oi Mr. A. II. Holdicb. Aelson s     , ,  ,       '       '  ther exc ise lor delay.*']  GEO. F. CURTIS  TH E_n_R___5__J_____:__  he MrD. A. "IV,  Sue. ������^or to  REVS!STOKE STATION,  To balance on hand ?        CO  Ciilleetion.-i by envelope    0*21 fti  Collei-lions, ope-n    '-!0:l 10  Collection:1, special        7 "_!0  Received from augmentation      Ti U0  Collections for schemes      37 00  B. C. I  .? 991 :  y Salary  027 tv)  Fuel mill light  19 35  Insurance  12 SH  Organ ist  41 00  Caretakei.....'  43 no  5*umlries...'.  '27, !lo  l'ulpit supply  !~1 til  Missions and I'res. I'und  1!"2 0C������  Augmentation  20 00  liepairs  __fi 30  Balance on hand  2!l 0,~>  ARD GOAL !        ,  HARD CASH !  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Delivered  from car  $8.00 per ton..  Delivered from shed   ij>8.50 per ton.  Now   is  the  time  to  get in your winter supply before the snow falls.    Order  early.     Cash musl. accompany the order.  f. Mccarty.  Total  $ 991 35  Gentlemen!  r  _, T wish to call your alte-nlion to   To Bilanee in band.  Sabbath School  nr  well known assayer, and formerly of  Hevclsioke. He was for many years  in lbe Imperin! service in India.  ���������" Tbe Mui-s-h number of the* Ch'in'h  I.e-ccud, publi'-hed hy Kev. II. F.  Clinton at. New We.-Iminster, will  i-einlain a portrait of the lute Hi_v. I*".  A. Kurd and a sketch of his life. Mr.  Clinton has iirranjre-d with C. .1. Aman  to huv._'a iiuniber for sale, price 10c.  each.  Knights of Pythia3  Sir KnifrhLs J. L. Brown, Rol>t.  McK.iv. .1. L-idner. \V. R. Hume, C. J.  Kohinson and G. T. Mallery. leave  iiere on Wednesday evening for Rev-  elsteike. where they intend instituting  :i Knight*- e.f Pythias Lodge. ���������Kamloops Sentinel.  The above- eer.l lemen worked all  last Thti-Ml.-y night installing the  Gold Itange Lodge of the K. P. here.  The following were the ollicers installed: Jas. Gill. C.C.: Dr. .1. W.  Cross, Vice C.C.; B. R. Campbell,  Prelate; E. Waterson, M. of W.; J.  Savage, M. of F.; J. G. Allan,  31. of K.: >V. Murray, K. of R.L. & L.;  A. ('. Thompson. 31. of A.; A. Edgar,  I.G.: .1. .-"iillivan, O.G. J. G. Allan  was elccti'd deputy district, P.C.C.  unci Grand I^odge representative for  lbe coining session. The place and  ���������l.-iy of iiieetiiig for the lodge lias not  . i-������":i vet fi..ed.  2. ���������In whal position does the Far-  well townsit.i stand at presen*?  According to Mr. I_o������toe-k if Farwell  did not climb ilown mul areept the  new pate-til by the end eif the* year the  townsite would revert lo the Dominion Kovi'i-niiii'iil. Has he climbed  down or Ii-js it reverled or how is it?  Anxious I.vcjuiijkil  (If any of our reader.** run furnish  Aiixioiis,Iiif|iiiie:r with an answer on  these points it seems to the Hkuai.I)  tliat il will be of interest not only lo  its correspondent, but to the general  public as well).  The following announcement is mad������  for tomorrow's sei vices in lhe Roman  Catholic chinch: Muss at 103) a.m.  Subject of sermon: "Yet forty elays  anel Nineveh shall be destroyed."  Jonah U-l. Evening service nt 7:30.  Lecture on Divorce. ������������������ Those whom  God hath joined together let no niiin  put 'asunder," Jlathew 10-6.  The March number of the Delineator  is called the Early Spring Nuinber nnd  commends itself to subscribers as a  wonderfully complete epitome of what  i.s to be the vogue in every depart ment  of dress for the coining season. The  literary features aie eif exceptional  merit and the household and social  discussions ��������� marked by a. singular  I quality of originality and utility.  - the fact that I am otTering just  now special values in soilings,  it being sort of bet.ween the two  seasons. I can niitke you a suit  llint will III you. A suit tint',  will ple.ise you. Aiul ;i suit nt  mostly any price vou wish. Tbe  quality of the cloth will be jo-.,  what I tell you il i������ when you  e-ouie in to examine, it. Ii's  ninth something to see what,  you are hiiying. And also io  know l hat yonr mone-y is earnr.]  in your own (own at "union"  wage-i, anel not in e".i**t������'rn sweat  .lie ps. Give me atrial. I'll do  the; rest.  R. S.Wilson  Merchant Tailor  Collection*,  IS ".')  37 7.-.  By Supplies ?   IS 90  I'ostaKC. etc   Library hook^   S. H. connnitiee   Children'- records, 2 years.,  "Balance on hnnd   Total   Ladies' Aid Society  To mem!. *r*.lilp f.-...s and due?*. I   4S K..  HorlaN and .'.iitc'TH  Kul^cnp'.ioiiH . ., .  Other tlonr.t.'.i.s ....  IDS M  167 .71  211 40  . |    !."> CO  By Repairs anil seating..  rurniu'i*   Extra painting   Bunilrles   Canh on lir.nd   IK  ....      1161  1 73  4 Sti  25  ....$   IB 43   If 315 00  18 Oil  ���������17 80  11 (IS  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  Pry or green, cedar or fir, any length, delivered em shortest neitiee. e;asli must aeeom  puny lho order.  CEDAR $3.50 per Cord  FIR ?4 per Cord  Orelcm   left  nt   tlio   IlKitALD  promptly attended 10.  Ti'iuiiIur    of    every  moderato eiwli prices.  oflice   will   he  description    done  nt  Final  ~ llll-'J  XI  Assets and'Liabilities  The Best Bread  in the City   Delivered  every day r.n ."liortcsi until*. .  Mail   and    lelo'ieraph    urd-iri    promptly  attended to.  I'.AKKH. ash  OKO-Ell   Toe-hufli lot" J t.Vj 00  C.h'.lcell hu'.l'llni;    1M0 00  Furnishing and farnace      Il"s00  Total .'UlffiOO  By Note due Marsh SI ~ 490 00  Nest value of property  2008 00  iieseo  A.   N.  Smith.  -������?  Hotel Victoria  J. V. PERKS. Prop.  Hotel Accornmo'lfitiori Iie*tfn thc city  for thc money.  *  ������������������%������������.# &&*'#.Gi?Jt7:*ejf&&4:'9&'9.*'0.e&?.t'.  g    . Louisville Restaurant .   '(?���������  t ���������nfi opi^^ito C'ourslcr s. jS  ������j *-  <-.    M".ils  served   at   fill houis, day    sS  I <j or nia;lit. ^1  ���������;J Antonl   ~-'n~*oehci.   Pioprieslor.        fi,  ^    -PEAlsrCB   jyC-BA.X.3   $  rr7fr't.-'f>.Sf.< '��������������� Sri*. -'XA' 'fr. fr'&i-A.* ftb'&ZrSt i- ii.'J  Kindly favor us whh  a call, and wn'll snli*-fy.  Best har In Kecelsu.k'e.  Ft'ee sample room _  Free  Bus at fill trains. _.   _  Hourly Rtree.t cur between hotel and station.  Heated hy hot air and electric light and bell  in etvery room.  REVELSTOKE  B.C  Our Bread   Trade  --Is conslfintly Innri'iisfni!:.   There Is  --a j;oo.| renion   for tlii?, and  If you  ���������Kive our bread a trial, you, too, will  ���������become a permanent' customer.  ���������Free Dally Hell very.  HcCAOUE HROS.,  I'KOKT STREET.  FAYETTE BUKER  Fire, Life, Accident.   Loaning and   Investment Agent  $40,000 to Loan  On Revelstoke Real Estate  - Property  J. PETTIPIECE  ujaemui iin _-_,irnii---|_. Eri.1.1 nantBinjcuii3iiiii"ii������ia-i~ikiic~|-~_~-iiK  j Hotel Fergugen, |  I Ferguson, B-C* |  I Best EesorRinoda-Jlon in ths f  i        Eardoau Dlstr-lst.'     "|  I  Rates:   $2.0������ Per Dag.   \  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  " THE FASHION "  LIVERY   STABLE.  Douglas Street, Kevelstoke.  First Class Rigs and Good Drlvinpand Saddle  Ilorsea. Nothing but the best Kept In the  Ham.  All kind? of Light Draying Work attended to  promptly.  TELEPHONE IN CONNECTION.  Orders for Rigs by Telephone -will receive  prompt attention.  FLEMING & FLEMING, Proprietor*.  = D. FergusoM) Proprietor* j  i,m ^' "' : ������  The Acme-""*  Soda Water Works  Manufacturing all kinds of  Aerated  \Vater>;   Soda and "  Mineral Waters in Syphons  and Bottles. '*  FACTORIES AT      -    ^CH)  Vernon and Revelstoke  M. J. O'BRIEN, Proprietor.  Revelstoke Sash & Boor  4^ Factory g^-  Manufncturers of and Dealers in  Sash. Doors, Turnings,Plinths, Corner  Blocks,  Mouldings   of  all   kinds,  Fancy Gables and Verandah work,  Brae-kets of every description made  to order.   SI oi e and office Fittings.  Window Frames, with Sash fitted  a specialty.  All the latest machinery.    Dry kiln on the  premises.    Call and get prices before  going elsewhere.  -������������������SAWYER & MANNING*  -������'1  ������������������.j  *-.*3  ,._  via  fl  Sr.1  I)-

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