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 i *jfr  -ISSTJE3D   TWIOB-A-WEEK- WED1TESDATS   J������3<TJD    SATTJBDATS-  Vol. III.    No.  94.  REVELSTOKE, B.C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  r>  THE  MOST  COMPLETE  AND  LARGEST  STOCK  OF  y****<>**g****_>������-������-������.������-������>.������.������.������>.^  RUBBER  GOODS  Ever Exhibited  in Revelstoke...  Just Opened Up.  We have been extremely  fortunate in securing, the  sole agency for Revelstoke  for positively tbe best brand  of Rubber Goods on the  market to-day, namely the  "Maltese Cross Brand"  STUB PROOF.  They are certainly the best  wearing and most comfortable ekes of Rubber Goods  ever put. on sale in Revelstoke. And .we venture to  say that our stock in every  line is the most comple and  largest in this city.   -  Lumbermen's  Stub Proof  Rubbers  .  -Heavy soles, nothing like tliem  . for wear and ion if urt ever sold  in; North Kootenny. \Snag  ,  proof.' just the'-pure 'thing for  rough outside .work. ;We hnve  - them in laced, and one and two  .buckles.  -���������!  Lumbermen's  Ordinary  Rubbers  1. 2 and 3 buckles..exceptionally  gnod for everyday wear.  Men's,  "Women's  .and Childrens  . Three Buckle M.initntiasi an A  1 article for all kinds of weather.  Wear well,  fit well, look well.  Gum Boots  Fusion lined, pebble and plain  finish,  for  Ladies,   Gents   and  ���������    Children.  _.. . .���������    .  Boys' Rubbers  Liiunbei men's make and finish,  heavy soli's,   stub .proof, good  ���������   and   serviceable,   moderate   in  price, quality considered.  H  Storm Rubbers  For Lndies and Gentlemen���������for  fall war���������in all widths, o  Low Overshoes  Lined and unlincil. neat fitting,  for Ladies and Gents.  Snow  Excluders  1 and 2 buckle, too well known  to need any description.  See our Rubber  Display in the  East  window.  Mackinaws  if  Carss, the Best MakeinCanada.  Heavy, dilTerent weights and  various colors, consisting of  Coats and Pants. Also Can's  Mackinaw Shirts, a particularly  good article for outside workmen.  Winter Caps  Complete stock, latest novelties.  CB. HUME & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  o:o.o:������o:o:o:o o 0:0:0 o:o otototototom  The Philosophy of Change.  ____-____-E____.E______________________B!__________-______-^B  The front of this store has changed again ; extensive alterations have been made  $ to enable us to improve the display of our wares. In all the changes we have made  during the past ten years thc living identity and individualism of this store has always  remained characteristically permanent, bold and striking. It is an outcome of our  policy. We believe in change. What progressive man doesn't ? The growth of our  city demands- that its best stores must grow with it pari passu. We change inside  methods, too. It is not all surface change with us. Ten years ago we wanted bigger  profits���������everybody did.    Some do still,    Our ideas on that score have changed.  Bear that in mind, for if absorbed as  truism, it will be to your profit not only  irom the viewpoint of character, but also  as to your worldly possessions. Novv let  us see if we can change our ideas. We  are supposedly talking to the man who  doesn't    trade   here.    (The   other   man  i *  THE BRITISH ADVANCE  There's an Old Saw That Runs,  "Whe^-We   Grow We  Change."  stands securely and eternally for this store].  We Scoop the Markets for the Best the Maker Makes. ;���������-,  We Run a Departmental Store and We're Bound to Run it Right-  The Public to Judge....  Men's Clothing  Men's Serge and Tweed Suits, $3 lo $15.  Men's, Worsted Sacque Suits, $11) to $14.  Men's Ulsti'ts and Overcoats, $6 50 to $13.  -Men's Waterproof Coats. $3 to $10.   '  Men's Pea Jackets. $7 to $10.  Men's Trousers., $1 to $4.50.  Youths' Clothing  Youths' Tweed and Serge Suits, $4 50 to $9.50.  Youths' Ulsters and Ovei coals, $3.50 to $5.  Boys' Clothing'  Two piece Suits-, $1.50 to $5.  Three-piece Suit-". $3.50 to $7.50.      .    -   .   '    ,  Brownie Suits,'$3.50,to $5.'   '     '  -������������������-'������   -     * ^ i. '���������*"_.;_'.  ��������� Sailor Suits, $2.25 to $3.50.-', '-J z Tr-~'r -*'~;\ ' " '    ;  .Knee Pants. 75c.'.to $1.50. "   S ,',���������.��������� '      ...    ..  Reefers, $1.75,to $4.50. ? s* '        "."   .  Mens Furnishings  Men's Underwear. 75c. to $2.75 n garment.  Men's Flannel Shirts, 75c. to $2.50 each.  Men's Colored Cambric. Shirts, 50c." to $1.50.  Sweater"., 75c. lo $1.75.  Men's Cardigan Jackets. $1 to $3.75.  Night Robes. 75c. to $2.50. ,  Neckwear, all style and patterns*, 25c, to $1 00.  Men's Suspenders, 25c. to $1.25. ,  Men's Heavy (Union) Socks, 2 pair for 25c.  -,  Head Wear for Men  and Boys  Stiff or Fedoras, $1 to $5.  Boys' Fedoras, 50c. to $1.  Boys' Cups. 25r. to 50c.  ' Men's Caps. 8oi'..tn $1.25.  Children's Tarns, 50c. to $1.50.  Ladies'  Flannelette  Wrappers alT6:t75_"~  Had t we to buy tbe Flannelette to-dny we could not  ''bi'iiiiVtb sell these Wrappers, in the regular way. at  $2.25 and $2.50 each, but our purchases were made  Hefore t he advance of 30 to 40 per tent, took place.  In spile of this advance we reduce our prices to further extend our growing patronage, instead of increasing them. This reduction is only good on 25  Wrappers we are going to sell at once. " The price  will be $1.75, '  35 Print Wrappers, regular $1.50* and $1.25, to clear  at 00 cents.  A 35c. Event in Dress  Goods  Five lines of new Dress Goods, that we sell in the  ordinary way up to 50 cents a vard. are now marked  at THIRTY-FIVE CENTS A YARD. Nearly 350  ynrds will be offered at this reduced price. Even  that quantity will not last very long at such a ridiculously low price. For that reason mail oidcrs must  ���������.reach us early to ensuie being filled.  Ftom _, the other Dress Goods' sections come very  fascinating prices for this week.  These prices are not the kind we offer every day.  Nor are our prices ' cut in half."���������We never murk  our goods so high that we can afford to "cut them in  half."- This not the case elsewhere. We at all times  sell our goods at honest prices, but in order to introduce you I o our goods and straightforward methods  of doing business, we tnke this [means of making  your visit more attractive. Remember these prices  ai e out of the ordinarv. -  Our Guarantee to  Customers  TTou may consider this "a personal invitation to visit  ills this_week. Even though you don't cine to buy.  come anyway and see lhe contents of our store. We  welcome lookers as well ns huyeis. And it you become a buyer and afterwards'find you can do better,  or are in any way dissatisfied, come buck with vour  purchase and we'll give you your money.  .  Hosiery*-for this sale  We wish to emphasize the-fact thnt in~ HOSIERY,  our qualities are always dependable. No loom here  for cheap trashv lines, at any pi ice. You cati.exam-  ine and see for yourself. ���������'       - ������"���������'  Ladies' Extra Fine Black Cashmere Hose, from wol-  len .yarn, of   medium   and   heavv weight, seamless  .������������������fcKit.-dii'idile^solei'lieel^andtoe." AVeaiiejaJlysell,theni '  i at 50c>a "pair. b"ut~foVtIiis'- special, introductory "sale*  \ve,will sell them at 35 cents a'pair. ' ' *?_,.'"    '     . '���������  Foot "Wear for Men  and Women      ?  Fifty cents to be saved 'on'every pair bought at this  special sale,���������nn important item when such, dependable qualities are included.' ".,-',-"  We have all lhe newest styles and shapes in THE  GRANBY RUBBER FOOTWEAR, for men.'women  and children. All new goods and nothing old ut any  price..     Don't buy without first getting our prices.  All Wool Blankets  i.        - ,     ' u -  Just as pure as can bo had and pi-ices as little as you  ",cnn expect to hear of any time this season.  Extra fine, pure all wool white Saxony Blankets, full  blenched, guaranteed absolutely pure, fine iofty  finish, solid, pink or blue ends, standaid weight aud  sizes, in 7 and 8 pounds.  60x80 inch, regular $4.50 a pair, now $3.75.  64x82 inch',' regular $5.00 a pair, now $4.25.  , 68x80 inch, regular $5.75 a pair, now $5.00.  -A-_B3r50-Skirt-for���������  $2.25 .  You cannot appreciate the goodness of this offeiing  unless you see this skirt, 'The new price takes effect  to-day. i   '  Linen Specials for this  Special Sale  t:  Special indeed, when the nvei'age saving on these  lines will be at least'one-third our regular prices.  These values will surely be worth the consideration  of every careful buyer who can come to the store  dining this week's sale.   -  Some Interesting  Prices in Chinaware <i  Without a doubt our CHINAWARE display outrivals anything of the kind to be seen iu Revelsloke.  In lhe same way our prices discount anything you're  likely to find outside this store. No guess work in  making that statement. The {roods are here for  your inspection and everything is market] in plain  figures, so that you can easily make comparisons.  A careful investigation will prove every claim we-  make for our Chinaware.  Union Made Goods  Are handled hy us.     Union men please note.  Escourt Relieved and Communication Re-Established  METHUEN'S FIGHT AT GRASPAN  Fifty Miles South of Kimberley on the  Cape to Cairo Line.���������The Guards and  Naval Brigade' Lose Heavily.���������Next  Fight Expected at Modder River.���������  Joubert Concentrating His Forces  Round Ladysmith.  [SPECIAL DESPATCH TO TIIE HKIIALD.]  %*4*+*4F***0������������4f4F0****4***t, ���������*4'4t&'4W44*'0^���������***C4f4*WS*'***4*'*^  London, Nov. 27.���������Sdecial despatches from Pieterniaritzbiirg announce the arrival of Gen. Buller  there. He met with (,a splendid  reception Railway communication  between Estcourt and Mooi river hns  been leslored by Lord Dutidonald's  forces and the Mooi river column  entered Estcourt yesterday (Sunday).  The Estcourt column immediately  started an advance against Colenso.  London, Nov. 27.���������No fuither news  respecting Lord Methuen's advance  has been leceived and the absence of  official details regarding his losses  created the greatest suspense, especially since the publication of the heavy  sacrifices endured' iiy the naval  brigade. No.alarm. however, is felt as  to bis position, despite the evidence  that the Boers intend to contest every  toot of the way.1 It was known (hat  in the absence of sufficient cavalry he  would be compelled to advance slowly  and he has a, prefeience for night or  or early dawn attacks, which events  seem to have justified the Boers being  decidedly averse to darkness for their  operations. The fact that in the  Gr.ispan action one British battery  fired 500 rounds proves the desperate  nature of the fight and'there is little  doubt that the casualties were heavy.  Ic is now known that'no guns weie  captured iu the Belmont engagement.  Meanwhile the news from Natal is  distinctly more hopeful from a British  point of view.  Details are rather vague but it seems  ceitain that the Boers aie retiring,  that railway communication is being  opened and tbat the British lelief  forces are joining hands. All this with  Buller's arrival at Pietermaritzburg  .is expected to make matteis move  briskly soon. Gen. Hildyards recon-  haisatiee it praised as work .of very-  great difficulty, admirably executed.  The,hostiital tr.iin arrived at Orange  River in'the nick of time from Cape-  tow.n, and sent to Belmont a train constructed on the corridor system with  beds and ranged in tiers on either side.  On its return to Orange River with  the wounded.-it was found that a number were able to walk. ,but there were  many stretcher cases. The tioops in  c'.niip.lin'ed the romo from- the station  the .hospital.' The wounded.- weie  cheeiftil and as they limped along supported by the medical orderlies exchanged chaff with the soldiers iu the  c.iowd. - ' :  'Lind Methuen's forces-had a desperate actiun" with 2,500 Boers near Gias-  p.m.'iioi th of Belmont, The. heights  weie carried, the enemy losing heavily.  ' Capetown, Nov. 20���������The Boers occupied Stromburg, Cape Colony, Sunday'morning. ,  Durban,'Nov. 27���������Telegraphic communication with Estcourt has been  restored.'  Durban, Nov. 27.���������Gen. Buller looking in the pink of health arrived here  this 'evening and immediately proceeded up country in - the Governor's  car. lie was enthusiastically cheered  by the people.  Estcourt. Nov. 27���������Gen. Joubert is  ret ii ing fiom Mooi River on Ladysmith. ���������- -   j  Lon-don, Nov. 20.���������Lord Methuen  reports that he moved yesterday at  3:30,11.11). with the 0th brigade.' mounted corp, naval brigade, and two batteries of horse artillery following wilh  the baggage, Na.ir Graspan about leu  miles north of Belmont on the railway  to Kimberley, 2,500 Boets with six  guns and two machine guns opposed  liini.^jriie.aelion.hegan at 0 ii.ni._Ouu.  batteries fired very accurately till the  heights were carried. The Boers re-  lieated on the line, where- the Oth  Grenadiers were planted to intercept  them. * The fighting was despeiate iin-  till 10 a.m. when the heights were carried.- The result was not known at  the time of telegraphing. The artill-  eiy took immediate advantage of the  enemy's retirement.  The Estcourt forces made a successful attack on November 23rd on the  enemy occupying Beacon hill. British  loss was 15 killed aud 70 wounded.  The enemy retired.  The flying column left Durban to  support Estcourt. Telegraphic com  miiiiii-ation hus been restored? at  Est court. ,  The naval "irigado suffered a loss of  105 in the battle at Graspan on Saturday, 11 being killed.  lt is reported at Capetown that Gen.  Methuen is going light through to his  destination, -lie ctiptuied a train  north of Graspan and len million  louiiils of iiiiimiinitioii.  London, Nov. 2S���������A fresh interruption Lo the East African cable service  at lhi_ inlci-'stinguiometil has caused  a cessation of war news. As0yet the  war office has not received Lord  Methane's detailed list of casualties,  nor is there any information at hand  regarding the wheieabouls of the  Ninth Lancers, who were sunt in pursuit of the Boers fiom Gtaspan. The'  Daily Mail says that a private telegram announces that the Lancers are  still stoiiling abend of'Melliuen'_ advancing column, hut as he announced  yesterday that he was giving bis men  a day's lest, this is baldly possible.  Indeed the greatest anxiety is felt,  moie especially in view of thc fact thai  the Berlin Journal, which icgalnrly  prints Boor communications announced before it could have been ascertained from British sources, that thc  Naval brigade lost 100 men at Giaspun  and the Ninth Lancers were captuted.  ft is understood that the government yesterday decided to proceed  immediately with the mobilization  and embarkation'of the Sixth Division  of 10,000 men, under a well-known  Lieutena nt-General.  Gen. Hildyard's achievement at  Beacon Hill might be recognized as  one of the best things in the campaign  yet shown as it relieved the tension of  the situation in Nntal and brought the  relief of Ladysmitli within practicable  distance. Buller appears to be confident of General .Methuen's ability and  is devoting all his energy in the relief  of Ladysmitli. An attempt will lie  made piesumiibly to leiah Colenso in  time to cut off the ietre.it of the Boeis  from Weenen ovei the Tugela river.  It is feared, however, that, tlie enemy  will get there fiist and destroy the  bridge. At Freer bridge the British  found two massive spans utterly  wrecked by dynamite, one piece  weighing 34 pounds having been hurled 200 yards.  Sir Alfred Miller warned thefvarions  relief comiuiltees at Capetown to be  prepared for the in-rival of 10.000  refugees from Kimberley as soon as  the siege has Iieeipraised." According  to a despatch from De Aar, dated  Sunday, the Boeis destuiyed the  bridge at Steynburg on the pteyinus  da j' and weie being reinforced at that  point.    ,  The colonial office lias received the  following despatch ft nm the. Governor  of Natal, dated Pietermaritzburg.  Sunday. The Boeis were leliiingou  Weenen. bul Llie tioops occupying the  ridge three miles iiorthwaiil ol tlie  Muni river, itnppears lhat the Boers  found our position too sliong and  were tetiring tomiid Ladysmith with  the loot lhey have collected. The  river is in flood. Buller bus airived.  Telegraphic comuiiuiiciitiou was restored this morning. The commander-  in-chief at the Cape has sent the  admiralty an additional list of casualties among the British n.ivil brigade  engaged in the battle at Graspan as  follows: r  - One midshipman of the cruiser  Doris, ten sailors anil marines killedj-  tbiileen petty officers and seventy-six  non-com missioned ofliceis of the  marines wounded; total number of  casualties including the names of those  already reported are 105.  London, Nov. 27.���������At Wellington  hart auks the following telegram, nu-  dated, has been posted from Colonel  Graubbe of the Greiiudieis, respecting  the light at Belmont: Gienadieis on  right and Scots Guards on left, successfully carried the heights east of  Belmont. The battalion fully maintained its reputation of the regiment.  The casualty lists show that in addition to Lieut. Fryer killed and Colonel  Graubbe and six other officers wounded  21 men were killed and 87 wounded  with five'uii.u-coiitiled for.  Tu General Methuen it appeals  belongs the honor,ot the fiist real  British victory of the , piesent war. as  Belmont was the first battle, afler  which the British advanced instead'of  retreating. . The fact that Methuen  was forced to fight a second pitched  battle'near-the scene ��������� of the first,  shows that* the .Boers were not demoralized' at Belmont, _but quickly  rallied' and with unabated '.t mirage  met the splendid assault of the British  naval hi igade at Graspan.  j-The excellent, militaiy*-' qualities  displayed by the Boers in- these two  fights weie no doubt partially .derived  fiom the_ training of Commandant  Abrecht. ii former officer of the Austrian army. .. Presumably,,..' Methuen  has already resumed his inarch forward  when last heard he was still nearly 50  miles fiom Kimberley aiid a battle  will have to be fought at Modder river  befoie the Diamond City is relioved.  IN THE WM BULLETIN  General Methuen's Gteat Battle With*  Eight Thousand Boers.  To-day's despatches) wliich aie of  great interest, but arrived too late for  publication in our tegular issue, will  appear in our War Bulletin - this  aftei noon.  TWO  RAILWAYSJN  LARDEAU  Kaslo & Slocan Is Going Ahead With  Construction Work.  The railway situation in the Lardeau  country is decidedly interesting. Eli  Dick and John Mi-Kane are back from  a visit to that section. "The Kaslo ic  Slocan company, controlled by Jim  IIHI. has 350 men at work ou its line,  from the head of Kootenay Lake."  said Mr. Dick in discussing tlie mutter.,  "That road is now building up one.  side of the Duncan river, while the  Canadian Pacific has been constructing a parallel line just across tho  stieani. Just now Mr. Hill has things  all his own way, as the C.P.R. outfit,,  has suspended work for the. winter.  On the other hand, Kaslo & Slocan  "people are pushing steadily ahead to  reach the summit at once.  "The Canadian Pacific reached Duncan   first,   and   practically    built    all*  around the town in oider to shut its  rival out.   The K.   &   S.   people   how.  ever took an appeal  to  the  Dominion"  government and  won  the point.     It,  got into Duncan'all right and" is now  building oii.    . -  "Each of tlie two roads means to go  clear through   to   Arrow   Lake,   and*  tliey will open   the   distiic,t  in  gieat'  shape.   For the past half dozen  yeats  the Lardeau has  been   held   back   for  IVlck of transportation   facilities.'   but*  now   the   section   promises   to    have'  railways in ample , quantity. - For  the.  most p.iK the  ores-over  the'district'  are of silch low grade that with  trans -  portation they will be* very'profitable,*  but packing or,wagon hauls would cut*'  off all tlie.profit.-���������lidssla'ud Record."    ������,-  . ~ I  NORTH FORK OF THE LARDEAU  \      .   . ���������  Some Promising Properties in this Camp  Which Will be Shippers as Soon as  the Railway Gets in.  Eight miles from Ferguson on the  North Fork of the Lardean.* Tom  Borne has located a fine ^rmip of three  claims in the Black -Wan ior. The  surface shewings are splendid and the  ledge can be traced without difficulty  for 500 feet across the propeity. Mr.  Home, single handed, has driven a  tunnel 100 feet onto the lead giving a  depth of about 125 feet. Tbe ledge is  25 feet wide and carries galena* and  gray copper going all the wiiy from  100 to 2000 iind 3000 oz. to the ton in  silver. There is a vein of two feet *of  clean ore exposed in the tunnel. - The  Iocation"6f_the pi'6pefty_iS~ex'fellinTt"'  without danger from slides, e.isily  actessible and with plenty -of wood  and water. Four or five ein loads, of,  ore could be taken nat for shipping in j  a few days, if it was desirable to do.so.'  On the Ferguson side of the. Little  Robert, another promising property  belonging to J. Kirkpatrick on which  the owner is now stinting in on a 300  foot tunnel.  Next to tbe Little Robert is located  the Black Diamond, a property with  magnificent shewings and perhaps one  of the most wonderfully defined ledges  iu Kootenay, the walls being as tegular and smooth as if artifical. The  ledge is 20 feet' wide and 100 feet of  tunnel has been mn in on it.  Beyond the Black Warrior lie the  Old Gold and Piimro-e prupertief.iiow  being developed under lhe management of J, W. Wesl full, of which a  full description was giv.;ii in our last  issue.  . It will be oeen that in these properties lies the pronii.-e of a flourishing  camp up the Noith, I'Vik as soou as  transportation is furnished hy the mil-  wav.  .      The Clipper  Messrs. F. J. Smith and  Cha������.  Ross  of Spokane, returned last week to Ferguson from a trip  of inspection  over  the Great Western  mountain  mining  properties.   They report seeing several very promising propet ties,  mostly  with very little being done on any of  them except the Clipper where (heie  has been  considerable woik done of  latp.     The   Clipper   certainly   shows  that with fuither development it is  bound to become one of the principles  shippers of that vicinity and the present showing should he a big incentivp  to owners of adjacent claims to push  ������ork on  their   respective   properties.  The above named gentlemen left for  Spokane where they will .most likely  induce their companies to take hold of  the Clipper as well as some other properties in that locality..  - CORRESPONDENCE.: -  -.-'������������������  . The Cash Bazaar and Mr. Coursier. *  . '���������  To the Editor of the IIebaLD:     -    .    -i    *.,,'���������  Sir: ��������� Iii,.common justice   t_',Golrf^_  Commissioner^Coin-sier^I _ think__thS\  rumors going around town' that he, is\  the proprietor of the.' store, called .the*" .  Cash   Bazaar   on ' McKenzie    avenue* .  should be suppressed and'the authors'  ;  punished. ..It is openly stated that not ,_*-  only is he the proprietor^ but' that.her :  can even be found serving behind 'tin? '  counter during busy   tiui"es,   such as'- ���������  Saturday evening.   These rumors are"  circulated to detract from the.~ dignity 1-  and"prestige which should attach to" '  the office of the representative* o'f-'the,"  ptovincial government here atid inflict',  in that way'an  injury ,on the whole'.,  district. ��������� .'.,,/  - '  ~ Pro BoxcT'Pcblico. ���������  [The Herald quite agiees with Pro*"-  Bono Publico.- It is a fact* that there'';  is'a rumor in town  to this".effect.   Of  course the Civil Service' Statute dis-*"  tinctly   prohibits   provincial' officials"  from .being interested in  any1 business*  either directly or indirectly outside of  their official position and the  present *  government  was   very  emphatic   inJ  enforcing this rule at the beginning of "  its   career.     At  the  same   time the"  '-'"fife I  .    "; ,"*y|  '    *  "4'V'I  s -!" '^1  -I   '*. rn  ���������1 i-   _. Vfl  c     ��������� -V"  -_   v.wVfl  -'  >. _ r">-"������St  '���������,il-'i-:**-!  **���������-���������..,, ���������__������������������-��������� I  -*.- -** *  .*>'*->'  -.; U.i A  ^ ' * *^i  .    i*" 1  Herald is informed that the names of -  the person or persons doing'business-  under the name of the Cash ,BazKiir *,  have not been legisteied according to''  law and they are in conseq'uericli liable**  to a heavy fine. If this is so, it forms-  another subject" tor officiiil investiga--"  tion.l . - a  The Kamloops" Group  Sandy Laughton  arrived last waek*   +  in Ferguson from the Kamloops groups- ^  wliich is situated on the Nettie L  hill, ��������� -  being only three miles from Ferguson.*-  Mr. Laugliton sa>-H there is a fine show- '-  ing of ore on the  thiee'claims' in* tho"*'  group and that theie   are   five   men '  working  away   with' full   confidence '  that tbey hnve another Netlte 'L  in'  this property.    Snow has been   falling-'  pretty fast the last few' days, hut with*  an early spring  things  will   boom  ill*'  the   Lardean���������the   richest'  silver-lead--  country iu the world.  .'���������*-'! "jui  X^i*l  "* * *_������L  Schoolboy On Krugsr.  Among a number of amusing school^  hojs' essays contributed IA llie cun ent -  Cassell's Saturday Journal inthe follow-**  ing by  a  youthful  essayist',' aged  10; >  "Kriigger iind  Kannerbiilism   is   one.  He is a man  of   hlud.   Mr.. Chanibei-"'  ling ha.   wrote id   him   saying  come,  out and file or else give up lhe hlud 'of  the English you have took,     he is it-  hi .mltitehman and' :t wickid heethin.������  lord Kitchener h.iS  been  sent for his"-  gnary lilud and to b fin ft hack his scan--  del his bead ded or alive."  Monday is the last daj~ for getting'  your name on the   liilfhicipal voters-  list.  SupL Duchesnay has' ordered the-  removal of the shacks nn the right-of-*-  way on the Arrowhead brunch  Dan Robinson lias secured .the con-*  tract lo build the roads connecting  with the lllecillewaet bridge and starts  work tomorrow.  ���������Leave your orders for the'Xmas  nuiiiliers of  the  Illustrated  magazine  at the Canada Drug & Book Co. There-*  will be som? Iieautiful jjictuies  with'  them this year.. '.  Revelstoke   Herald  mblisheii i������ Interu_t������ of  BivelKokc. Lardeau, Ulf Bcnil, Tumi I.aku  lllicillcwnt;!, Aluuri Caiiyi.ii, .li.iil.ui  Pass ami l_:*.eU Pas. llifiiii'Ts.  A. JOHNSOS       - -       Proprietor.  A ������emi-" m_.It Journal. I'lililiflicil in the  t������Mrwt oi Kevel������!ol.e and 'lm -"iiiriiiiiiilnis  dfctrict. W JnMday. anil SaiiiMajs, maKins  ������t*__t������t ������o__������cti-m wilh _P.train..  Sl_������i __n._ Ham: Display mK f I .W 1 d  "lumi. lucli._S.t-J l.er ui-li vli-ii iii������.ii������1 on  ___.i>a_e. Legal afl?. We v������r .I'.mimi'-l'.''lie  lurnutiiiwruoii: ie lor .-.icli a.l.linuii ;������' ."'f"1"  ������lo������. Headinc notices. Ifc ver luiy .-.u'li itoiic  lilrth "larrias-atul Uenili ni.ii'.'C'.fri-i'.,  BuUcriirdon Kau-s:  .".** ������**-ll "���������* F^"'!?.*";',. .,  I*r������nuui_; *1.J������ lur _-._. uionilis, sliicllj i������ ���������>'  T__'jo_ D.paitmcii'.: Tlir. ."-'���������AU" -'ol.  D-p.-rkn.11: is in. of t!.������ I" m ';'l������U'i"-'' I ,'',' " f,  i-fnceilll ������*u: Ki.oti.__y. mnl 1-. liL-liillCl lu  ���������vreutt all kinil" <���������'-' |.riiiii. _-��������� "��������� 'n51..-* , .,  uil-  [.i-.ftpiylii  The engagement of Lady Smith and  Pieler Mariizburg will bo shortly un-  uouueed. General joubert will lie  induced to give ihe bride away, and  (_ieuei.il Sir George While is sure lo  be best man.  The boast of the present government is thai thoy reciuceil the duty on  boos, axes and scythes. This is  great consolation to the l'tu-mers of  tiie North West Territories, who chop  down tlie forest primeval wilh axes,  plant potatoes between the slumps  with hoes, and cut iheir hay with  Ecythes. Is this government a little  behind tlie age?���������Kegina Standard.  [ II  Mull   Ollllil-  JS_WvU������ula'cd",C"c'.;vi ������,-_ trial on >o,.r  mmn ordtr.  _��������� L'crri-jponilcn'.-:  ���������ncfon  any ���������ubj.ci (  public,  and iiu-!ie  I^jn.*ni ia vt. .���������>*   1  ��������� lokt.     ln all cas.-.  Wc ii.iito (���������orrc.'iionil-  ���������. nii.-r.'t to llie (-..-iii-r.-il  rclnl.I.-  i.-_riil������i*  curri.*-  aliiv s-i-.i-iomulluir  K.'v.'l-  tiiu'ls-.n.i liile inline of llio  *riur must accoinr.any   iiiamiseril'i,  l"U  "0'  DMHurll.r for jjubliCiiitn.  Addres- all coniciunicuiionj  REVEL-STOK.E   HERALD  NOTICE TO  CORRESPONDENTS.  ������������������   All rorrcponiloiic"1 mu'i ^ l'-'?iWj' ������ rillm  nn.l b- s'-..' 1 -'-it" Hi"' I"'"!"'1' ���������'���������"������������ f1"1**  icr inii5i b-.  writer.  .-.. GorrH-l"!  thins that lia"  fir;: tc ofl.: -  U for. it r.-.i-. .  r; ..-.irlt'ii   irf.TiiiccJii   r..i:.;  ..i-i.rcl "���������" .iii'.Hi. r pal--'1' "���������'-  ' .r iiul.li>- ut'..   I" tll:'1  l'ai'er  ��������� ur i'n Tin. Ili.li.-.l.n.  Of the number vvho volunteered  for service iu behalf o������ the empire,  how many were foreigners? asks the  Nelson .Economist. Wc listened in  vain for thc lirst note of loyalty from  Sifton's Doukhobors. From what we  can learn their only manifestation ot'  interest was to pray for thc success of  tho Boers, and lo ofl or their services  to take thc place of British subjects  who were working mines at Lethbridge.  From The Albcrtan  ln thc midst of lhe almost iinivoi-s-.I  CONCERNING CANADA.  ' T.~ W. C. Haldane, the woll known  civil engineer of Liverpool, who  spent a considerable time in this  countrv last year for the purpose ot  collecting particulars for a new book  entitled: Three thousand eight hundred miles across Canada, will issue  this volume during the present  month-Messrs. Simpkin. Marshall &  Co of London, being the publishe s.  During his tour through Canada the  author gathered much special inclination regarding its boundless resources for trade and commerce���������Us  immense field for the industrious ami  enierprising-its travelling facili.ies  ���������its steamship connections with the  world���������its scenery���������incident of travel  ���������its engineering features, and everything else calculated to make uie  volume, useful, attractive and interesting to all, the treatment throughout heing in the happiest vein, and  the numerous illustrations of tne  higher class.  As Mr. Haldane had the honor of  traversing the land under the kind  auspices of Lord Aberdeen, and other  distinguished people, through whose  joint influences every source of knowledge was thrown open to him; as he  has ������lso been a consulting engineer  since 1S73, and the author of several  admirable books and .popular illustrated lectures, .including one entitled  S.SOO miles from East to West on  British Soil, there is no doubt that  the volume will be carefully prepared  in every respect.  The book will be dedicated to the  late governor general, who has mest  kindly sent the author a letter for  publication in it, expressing his personal knowledge of the extent and  comprehensiveness of the tour referred to, the chapters concerning* which  will, he hopes, be perused by many  readera with interest and advantage.  The price of the volume vvill he $1.25  The Victoria correspondent ct the  Toronto Telegram asks the fillowins  very pertinent question: Why was  Colonel S. B. Steele recalled from the  chief command in thc Yukon .llr.trict?  'mere is a little mystery that is agitating hundreds of minds out Jn this  western country, and is going, to hurt  the Laurier government more Ihan  . nything thoy have done in British  Columbia or the Yukon. Steele wus  without doubt the most popular man  hetween the Straits of Juan de Fuea  and the Arctic Circle, and his disgrace  hns amused a storm of indignation  throughout the north. IL is known  thnt polilics was at the bottom of it,  nnd also that there is not the slightest chance of Steele's reinstatement.  II. is hard  to believe    thc    stories  about tbe misuse by thc Boers of the  whito flag, and yet the charge is made  so repeatedly and with  such circumstantial detail that it is equally difiicult that the war correspondents ave  deliberately  lying.      Tho Boers havo  ti-patcd cur wounded nnd the prisoner-,  vho have fallen into their hands with  irreat consideration.     Had our troou .  been lired at on  only    ono    occasion  after the white fins hnd been hoisted,  we might have thought thc   supposed  treachery     was due     to a misunderstanding". When the same thing lino-  nens after nearly   every   engagement  what else can peonle think than that  the white flag is hoisted for ihe purposo of luring the British soldiers intn  the Boer fire, or that the enemy are  so undisciplined that whilst one section ask for ouartor others n~-o 'dot"'--  mined  to  continue the fighting.  The  correspondents .informs     us than      a  great deal or the British loss nt "Dundee. F.lnnd.lnairte. and in the fi������rhM~~������*  near Ladysmith was   due to a volley  from iho enemy  after ihe. whMe fin"  had' beon. shown.      Tf  our    generals  come lo ihe conclusion that tho B~-(~~-s  pi-o piil-v-or deliberate treachery th������v  will no doubt lake steps to   teach tl'.e  enemy a s'lern lesson.  DR. McEACHREN'S ViEWS  OF. THE  SPLENDID   CONDITION   OF  THE NORTH WEST RANCNES.  f  THE QUESTION  OF OIL.  Hon. Mr. Sifton has been' touring  the west and talking politics everywhere. Mr. Fielding is on a political tour in Nova Scotia, Mr. Blair  in New Brunswick, Sir "Louis Davies  in Prince Edward Island and Mr.  Mulock in Ontario. Not a single one  of these gentlemen has a word to sny  on the question of oil which used io  he their favorite topic five years uso.  They had many grievances five  years "ago. but they probably talked  more about the oil duties and the  oil combine than about any other one  thing. The reformers have beeu three  and a half vears in power and what  is the state of the- oil question?  Three years ago at least we had some  competition between the Standard  Oil combine of the United States ami  the Imperial Oil Company of Canada.  Now the Standard Oi! Company has  absorbed the other, and we have r.n  absolute monopoly. Half the oil  -oris in Canada have been closed up.  Th'e "combine has obtained control of  railway transportation rates, so that  an independent importer is forced out  "of business'"or"ruined"if"lie"undert;iid'*i-  to compete. Lastly, the price of oil  lias, according to the sworn testimony  of one dealer, been forced up five  cents' per gallon. The cost of oil h.is  certainly increased all along the Iin.,  and the" poor consumer, who was l'"il  to expect so much from the reformers,  has got more than lie expected. So  far as is known the ministers who  'formerly found oil so pleasant and  profitable a theme for campaign talk,  have refrained from even mentioning  the word since parliament rose.  WHAT  DOES  HE  MEAN?  On his return east a few *ivs ago  the "Winnipeg Free Prees interviewed  ]5r. McEachran, Dominion Veterinary  Inspector, and published the following: o  "Dr. McEachran is the manager of  one of the biggest ranching concerns  in the west, the Walrond Handling  company and naturally bus an inter  est in advancing as much as pfs-sil-ie  the price of cattle to the r.i'.thero.  Il Is with this end in view that he  has always made such a v i^orous  effort to stamp out diseases from time  to time by quarantine and other  -r.eans. He has lately come in for  some pretty harsh criticism on this  stots by cattle exporters and dealer?  tvho are not particularly desirous of  paying high prices to the ranchmen.  Referring to the attacks that "nave  been made on him the doctor stated  that If he was given the privilege of  publl.klng th* true motlv* which has  li_7_n������4 t_e_3, the dealers would re-  jiret tkat tier had braucht tie ques-  __������ wp.*  "What 5s "ii������ trtia taotlre" wiiich  has 1mp~_ll__ criticism ef LM-., Me-  Eachm. ������om-������.on Veterinary Tn-  fpeetor an_ "manager of onc of the  Hsgest ranching concerns in the  west?" Tf there is anything :n the  threat contained in the _ last para-  frapn. his superiors should at onco  rive Dr. McEachran leave i ���������> <"-~:pnsp  It. Let whoever can give- him thc  rrivllese he asks for at or.ee.  The "thin red line of 'eroes" doesn't  teem to be doing half as much execu  -Ifa&2 B^ *'fm thick blue lino    of  jiress t  Cattle in Fine Condition- Thc Value of  the British Columbia Market.  Dr. Duncan McEachran, chief in-  specto of stock for the-Dominion  government, has returned from lus  regular visit to Alberta and the  Canadian North West, says tho Montreal Gazette". Tlie doctor first went  into that country in 18S1, hut what  a transformation has taken place  since that timo when ho reached a  point where Calgary is now located  by going up tho Missouri river and.  driving across thc country. Since  1SS3 he has been going by the Canadian Pacific, and tho improvement in  the travelling facilities has been so  marked that the trip today- is little  less than a pleasant holiday. Dr.  McEachran was "accompanied by Mrs.  McEachran and Mrs. C -L . Shorey.  and he stated upon being interviewed  that the outlook was particularly  favorable in Southern. , Alberta, the  ranching country par excellence of  the  Dominion,    o  The Cattle Business  "How many head of cattle are now  in thc North West?--' he was asked *  __-Betweon-_tliose-_hel__Jiy__the_Jarge  ranchers and settlers there are  about 200,000 head in the country.  The number sold to British Columbia rad exported ,to Great Britain  this year rached probably 15,000 head  and ithe prices ranged from $-13 to  $53 per head.''  Cut of this number Dr.McEachr.-.-.  says he presumes about S000 went to  the British markets. This, he says,  is a very important one. yet it is only;  in its infancy. The trade in the Pacific province is largely iu the hands  of Mr. P. Burns, who, from very  ������-*mall beginnings now carries on a  business that probably equals $1,500,-  000 per annum. Mr. Burns has erected in Calgary a large slaughterhouse and refrigerators, his intention  being to kill a large portion of his  winter supply when tho cattle are in  their bsst. condition and keep the  same iu his cold storage warehouse  until required. When Dr. McEachran ami others first be&an ranching  in the Canadian North Wost a great  deal of monoy was lor-t by mismanagement, and lack of experience, but  he adds that tho ranchers are n-v.v  doing quite   well.  "My Special object." he said, 'wns  to look after the health of the stock,  and I was satisfied to find very little  disease at all. There was some  little trouble over a kind of itch,  which was found in a limited portion  of Southern Alberta, but such steps  have been taken to justify the statement and the disease will he got rid  of in the early summer. As for  tuberculosis, It is hardly''known at  the present time, .only an occasional  case being seen in stockers brought in  from  Ontario."  The Chief Inspector then told of his  trip over the Crow's Nest railway,  which he said was a good road, although rs a _ cenlc route the main  line was the better one of   thc two.  Returning to a discussion of the  ranching possibilities, he said that  last winter was an excellent one. and  the caftle were in splendid condition.  The calf crop had also been excellent and the ranchers were now engaged putting up hay and taking care  of their calves. Several of thc  ranchers have made arrangements  with the small farmers to winter the  calves at ?3 per head. On the whole,  the t Canada has ever reason to he proud  of .her great North Wefet.  chorus of approval wliich has greeted  the aclion of the British government  in sending thc legions of the Empire  and  thc  auxiliary forces  of the   colonies to conquer and crush the recalcitrant    Dutch   republics     of    South  Africa wc havo    heard  an occasional  voice both from the old land and our  own speaking in   loud and stern condemnation.      Though the government  have, as Jlr. Balfour says, tho general  "conscience o������    the    Empire'' behind  tlicm, it is nevertheless   a fact   thai  there  have  been in    many    quarters  grave scarchings of heart which have  resulted in an honest belief lhat this  war is unjustifiable, unrighteous    and  an  offence  against the higher teachings    of   our    common    Christianity.  Some way ,it is said, could and sho'.id  have been found by the great statesmen of England to avoid thc barbarous horrors of war between two kn.-  drod people, each professing the samc  religion and each claiming, though in  strangely different ways, to he especially favored    by the    Providence    o;  God; and wo aro asked    to   consider  how ne.ir to an agreement thc disputing parties came, how little difference  there wns finally left   between    them  nnd how ridiculous it would seem,  if  it were not also so inexpressibly snd,  that so much treasure should he wasted, some many precious lives sacriflc-i  ed, so many homes desolated tnorelv  because a  few  thousand  Englishii.ci  would havo to wait two or three yef-s  longer before they  could exercise, in  a .lillie republic somewhere up counlry in Africa tliat wonderful right of  franchise  which  until   sixteen    or    t  any rate thirty-two years    ago    mil  lions and millions of them    in their  own land were never   allowed to exercise ut all.     And no doubt there is  ninth  apparent justification for opinions   that  nre  thus   entertained.      Jf  the war'wore merely due to tho failure to reach an agreement in the negotiations that took place  about the  franchise then    indeed it would he a  crimo   against   humanity.     But   the  question at issue    is really one    that  transcends all   consideration   cf    the  balance of justice in the demands mu-  luallv made or of   tho exact measure  of blame in refusing them.    Whether  the Boers should have    accented    at  first the seven year franchise proposals  and   thc  accompanying commission  to   investigate,   whether   Britain  should  have  accepted  the  five  years  proposals wilh the conditions attached,  or  whether  again  Britain should  have leturned to the seven year pio-  posals when thc Boers asked her to do  so���������all this has,nothing whatever to  do with the cause or with the jusl.c?  of the war.      The    deeper    problems  and larger forces    tliat    lay  beneath  and behind the mere outward negotiations would have sooner    or,   latter  brought on tho crash even though fot  the    moment , a seeming    agreemen*  had been achieved,    When Sir Alfred  Milner and Paul Kruger met in  that  room  in    Bloomfonleln    and    talked  across thc tablo about five year franchises and seven year franchises .and  commissions  to    enquire    they ��������� were,  and in their heart of hearts they e-mli  knew  they  wero,  talking of  unrealities, of   temporary superficial "things  that do appear."     Like the shackled  gazers in riato's cave they wero looking at and talking about the dancing  shadows east by mere puppets on the-  wall  though unlike them    they must  have been well aware ot the fires and  the*real  moving powers  -  though  unseen were the actual cause of that  strange pantomime. For in fact ' it  was not tho rights of the TJitlanders  hut the future destiny of South Africa that lay at issue between them :.i  that conferenco. Sir Alfred t*citlv  represented one proposition, namely,  equal rights for all whitemen everv-  where and a free government under  the British flag, the Boers and the  Free State to take their own time  about joining the confederacy but  being bound eventually to find it ta  tlieir advantage to do so. Mr. Kruge:-  tscitly represented another p.oposition, "namely: "The Dutch population  of the Transvaal and the Orange Free  State will hnve nothing to do with  the outside world. We want to keep  away from you and we want you to  keep away from us, but if wc must  Iu.ve relations with the Cape* then it  must be as the dominant power ourselves and the Britishmust go.*'  Tho"s"e"twb~pr"o"pdslti6ris~~were-utt:eTry-  nntagonistic and irreconcileabie and  there was no middle course. President Kruger and bis associates were  prepared to fight rather than give up  their proposition. Britain was prepared to fight rather than allow it.  Temporary dilly-dallying about rights  cf franchise merely postponed but  could not secure a settlement. Physical force was the only possihlc method of solvm.g the difficulty. Nov.-  physical forco exists in this " world  and is as much the. work of iti  Creator as anything else in it. It is  not necessarily nn evil, on th������ contrary it is deeply immoral to p,Ivp up  nnd renounce what yon believe to be  just and right merely heeani'e the  only method of seetiring It Is by physical force. Tf there Is a possibility  ol appealing to a just tribunal of arbitration to decide thc right then It !-.  wrong to u?e foree. Tint how could  there be arbitration about the real  mntter at issue in South Africa? .  Of course whon we say thnt Britain did right in coins to war it involves a tacit assertion that Knglish  civilization is better than that of the  Bo"rs aiid tbat its extension wotiTd be  better for the country they inhabit.  Fortunately we can mnke the if~ser-  lion with pome confidence without  necessarily implying that the five rage  Individual Boor i<= not twice a*������ eoo'l  a man ns many of those who are loud-  e=t in thoir howling against him and  who shout patriotism anrl sine "The  Soldiers of the. Queen" rt. a safe di*5-  tr.ne.e from those stern battlefields  where t.he brave Dutchmen ar.' meeting death so willingly and feariessiy.  The trouble Is not, with the jn-l'vnlual  Boer. There Is individual morality  and national mor.'lity '.n ineir individual relations .he r_ e-.-n nre probably on an pvrr,i__ rro10 -.iriuous  than Englishmen. But their national  attitude lowvris ihe wo~-d in iihkh  Providence has placed them is intensely <��������� immoral. Isolation means  morni death to a nation ns H does to  in individual Tn the suprenf. egotism of their position they are repeating the nalionnl sin of the. .Tews an I  thiv will owe it to th" klnrtli'������������������ spir'r  or Christianity thnt ITmy w: '. _ no.  niffer r,o severe a punishmen They  have forpot*rn Ihnf Iheir Cod i? nl-'������  tl.e God of lhe O .t'.loi. and that in  this new time he is bringing Ihem  nlso within the sweep of the world'*  forming influences.      Tt is    not   the  physical forco o������    the    Ilritis i army  that tbey have to contend against so  much as the spirit that is moving   o _  the face of tho world.     You mv. call  it    God or call    it with    Fmist    the  Erdgeist which says:  "In beings, floods, in actions, storms,  I walk and work, above, bene, tb,  Work and weave, in endless   motion,  Birth and death  An infinite ocean;  A seizing and giving  The fire of living;  'Tis thus nt the roaring loom i.f time  I ply  .And weave for God thc g.irmeat thou  seest him by."  They have thus placed themselves  in direct hostility to thc lite lhat is  surging around them. They have refused the simple, fair and jus.- preposition tacitly represented by Milner  with regard to the' two races which  must inevitably continue mo: ���������.-. and  more to elbow each other in South  Africa���������a proposition that woui 1 leave  their local liberty and lo\il l-v'Wldu-  nlity as untouched as !at cf the  French Canadians in Quebec And  Laving refused it there "''as nr.thing  for it, as many a. time before in tho  history of this old earth thu ro has  been nothing for it but to appeal to  the God of battlo and  "Sing woe, sing woe, but Tet the good  prevail."  And the good will pi"~-ai: ������s "  always has in the end. Tn thc melting crucible ot this ci't;su:nitg f.re i  new nation will be f rtr.cd -ill thc  stronger and all the ;-;iri-r f< r the  fierce bent of thc furnace v.her. in it  was forged. And y;r, wo n >i������i say,  Til respect, all honor t*~ the br.r.e men  who hnve courage '*. tho fasu of  strong contrary public opinion to do  their duty, to express their honest  thought, to take advantage i.f that  freedom ot speech which is on.; of the  blessings for which our Empire  stands and to speak out cither in pulpit or on platform in condemnation  ;.f this present war.  WBITE 6WILMM   & SCOTT.  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J.  M.  Seott,  B.A..  Q. C. L.  L. B.  F. L.  Gwllllm  HAIiVEY & McCARTE  Barristers,  Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:      Molsons  Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoke Station, it. C.  J. W. Cross, ia. r>.  ������_!*������������  gwwwmmmmmmrm??T?????wmmw?mfW-Wfmmmm^  <_~  ������^~  *������:  o_i���������  _������  ������������: ruKECTous:  IE wiwiL^ui^o  iNCoiti'oit,".-! nn nv Act cn.' I'aiii.kmest, 1S53.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  -t-.V  ���������Ll  --fl*  -������������������'.ll  -_n  ft?-  -.tf*  ���������vi  ("nice:   Taylor  lllui'l.-, _Mr.ckuu7.1ii  licviilstuku.  ���������  Surg.-on lo tlioU.P.lt  lien tli olllccr. Oily ol ],'i_vi._stij a.  (Jr.iMBYT.EI'.TA-- CTIUJ1CH���������Itovelstoke.  obrvicu fieri Uuulay ut 11 u.ui. .mil VSM1  li.ni. Bib u Cla.3 nr 2w0 p.m., lo iiliiuli  -11 nm ...u'cnio. Prayer1 Mi_ur,!ii|{ nt ������ ji.m.  every XX eiiiujunny.  HEV   T. M1CNZIE3, Pnsror  ��������� OMAX     CATHOUU   CHUROH���������Hovel-  ������v    _-.)_������      Musis   flrot mul third Huniluys in  men ,n m, !U::)3 a ...   KKV. FATHER THAYER.  Q,\ LVATIOX AKMY-M������i'IIiisd uvery nighl  O   in tlieir hull on Front St not  *^-  ������i__  Ot���������  8=  PAID UP CAPITAL,      - 82,000,000  BEST FUND -'    $l,.,0O.COO      ,  ...  ���������  ,_N*M-*'"i.''ON Macimi'iiiwin, Preilili'iili S.  II. Kwixn. Vice-President:  M . M. ll.lMi.AV, SAMUl.l.  KlM.l V, lll'MIV A IICIIIIIAl.il,  J. 1'. Cl.liCillllllN  II. .M.Mtkl.AMl  ,M01,S.,N, '  V. "iVoKi-KiniiN TuuMAb, (_tunui.il Miuiujjcr.  A geuer.il banking liusinebs transuded.     Interesb allowed at currenl  r',u'h* .T. 1). MOLSON. =3  Manauuji, l~i:v_i.b-roKi:, B.C.     __|:������  -���������is  mw^^,^ijM*.y^.^  "W  Methodist Church, Rcvclstoko  Preaching services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at tlie  close of tho morning service. Sabbath school and Biblo class nt 2:30.  Weekly prayer mooting every AVed-  ncsday evening at 7:30. The public  are cordially  invited.    Seats free.  REV.S..T.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  Don't think because lite mule takes  to his heels that he is a coward.  The man who is in love with himself has no feat-of being,jilted.  Forks were not commonly known in  England till the middle of the seventeenth century.  An earthquake proof palace, designed for the.crown prince of Japan, Is  under construction in Chicago.  Mrs. Evelyn Adams,, author of the  novel "Is Marriage a Failure?" has  died in poverty in New York.  Think wrongly, it you please, but  in all cases think for yourself.���������  Leasing.  Mr. Spinks: "I had such a b-".-.u-  liful dream last night, Miss Brig/js. I  thought I was in thc Garden of Eden  ���������." Miss Briggs (with simplicity!:  "And did Eve appear as sho is goiie--  ally represented. Mr. Spinks?" Mr.  Spinks:      "I     I���������I���������t didn't look.  The Interior department has purchased a herd of elk for-Banff national park. It is understood that an  effort-is to bo made to stock it with  m|oose, mountain sheep, goats, antelope and other animals suited to the  climate 'and conditions which exist  "in the locality.'  While Jirii "Jeffries and Jim,Corbett  are debating over their coming fight,  Tom Sharkey and Bob , Fitzsimmons  are also figuring on coming together.  It was said yesterday that the cx-  Uiampion has waived aside the prejudice, which he entertained against  Sharkey ever since the time they met  in San Francisco, when Fitz declares  he was robbed, and has consented to  take the former sailor'on. He intends to pursue this course, it is reported, in view' of Jeffries' determination to give Corbett first crack. Filz-  simons contends that he is as good as  he ever was.���������New York Journal.  Church of   England Sunday Services.  Eight a.m., Holy Communion; 11  meeting, litany and sermon, (l-loiy  Eucharist, first Sunday iu the month);  2:30 Sunday school, or childrous'  _erv.ee; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy     Days���������The     Holy  Eucharist 2s celebrated at 7 a.m. or S  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, with spiritual reading,  after Sunday school at 3:15.  !{_3veist&E\&  Hospital  Maternity Room in connection,  i     Vaccine    kopt     on    hand.  REAL ESTATE  MINING     '  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  ii ���������������.���������%���������������_������ wloiw-  IS _-..,-.  izie ./we,  tCT____-_-_KKH?������ffi'B������BE_B75a^^  j_7     O  ry  ..-^ *��������� v-> __,/  %Jk.  *"rs.   McKechnie   and   Jeffs  DM  COMPANY.  The Revelstoke  Herald is������mi wcc-kbi  Has' more readers ' in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has moro advertisers in Itevelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing in the  city than nny other paper; it's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; ils influence ��������� is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; its subscription rate is only .$2.00 per  -annum; it covers the field. Try  it and be* with the crowd. ;  Write to*   ���������  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  . Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  fl? and- Game in s^asQn.  Tablo I'nrtiislip'l with Mio cho'i'.esb  the marl..;!, .-dl'oi.ls. Ln.'l, Wim-n  L'(piii!t; mul Uigiii'.-  I.edi .terns  iViuntiiiy rate.  ii.it.es  L.-ivg������  Si I     a  1 i'.i it  day.  I M Ml Pioij  REVELSTOKE ~  Sash  and  Door  Facto,* y.  IWnimfaot'jrePS of -  and Dealers ln      "������=5*  t  S.is'i.  DnoiP.  Tinnlnits,   1 -IntliP, .(inrncr  III..-lc, MnulillniM of .ill kinds, F.incy  (I.ililo. nnil Vcrimil.ili work, Bracketi*.  of caiji-v description   inside  to  order,  si ore nn.l    f.uliee   Fillings,  Vin.lmv  Frames, with s:is!i tilled a specialty,  lhu Inteit machinery.   Dry kiln *  l.ri'iiiifcca.   Call aiul get prices hefore  ' troliifrclse .-hero.  SAWYER &'MANNING  ���������WATS    .   $_.oq'cP_2R   DAY  : ���������  llie  O oIiie '  Guoti riccoicimidation, A. good i'r  wall auppliijcl wii.ii choic. wi i^-j  liquors and ciyars.  H_ fb  Free B*is meets All Tp  -i'i ."  i-IO* *'..-<'o  ains-  Bpown  &.'Pool  ��������� Proprietors.,  IUL3,-  <OFi  y,  Bi ass war  Vv'e h.-ive just u-ipackid tbe nicest  .t������-o!lni_ n& of th; above good5* ever  orought to Ciliary, anil wc i.'ivire  ynu to in-p'-i-t our inagnilicent ifcock  i pfi.ro '.be pr. ttii ������*��������� pirT-r-. nrp sold.  W_; tdiall lie pleaded to show you  llie'e kooiIs whether you wish to  puichanc nr not, and we know ynu  will bt: placed when ynu see them.  Th.*. import i.< ion com-ibts of  Dinner Sets,  Tea Sets,  Berry 5efst  Pudding Sets  Toilet Sots.  V/ine Sets,  Cut Tumblers,  Plain Tumblers  Library Lumps,  Parlor L3rnps,  Banquet Lamps,  Glass Lamps,  Hlsht Lamps  Fansy China and Glassware   in   all   Shapes  and Colors.  ii'. h I  Itp-WORKS  Blacksmitliing,   Jobbing,  Plumbing,  Pipe Fitting,  Tin smith ing   Sheet Iron.  ^W^lv7~MttclriireTyT~l*lu=!"  paired.   - *    ,  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  TcCiiST. GOSDOU  Rovolstolco  Wo Have a Good Supply of -  Building  Material  ������������������������ Lumber  CUT FIIICES  FOR S POT CASH  Call ami seo us. Woe in fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Undertaking ~~~~.fl Embalming  P. Howson & Co.,  MACK!'. ./.IK   AVr.  (?"!(ill Pcali"i In  Furi'ltur  .  ROBERT PARSON-  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notloa.     Contract, far IoUjIdk tttlam.  Do  Vou   LSUa-ifc   a   Jlt-me" in ,'Tliis   Giiotwing    mining  an i ���������  Rciilttisy  Centiie   ?  The C. & K. s'eam Navigation Company ivivo aimi of thrfm  ligbttnl piop-M'ty in Kevelstoke.    It 13 ������ harm iti "I/   situated,   hitndv  to  tofany portion of thu town.    Come mid eiiquii'e'about it at once.    Easy'  terms it'necessary.  =.������_&__  J_0-*_A   Jt  _.t  ~$ "I'i:  irn -  -Q  =>le-  Age&t-  HB PIONEERr LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lako  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  i_ci.be-  Fieighting   and   Teaming  specialty.  Daily yiaf-*e leaves Thomson's Landing every morning afc 7-o'clock.  for l'n.ut Lake Citv.   For particulars write  OHA.1G Ai il ILL-IAN, Thomson's IiAKDiKa  tg^&j&s&s^&gte!^^ ssa  ]  Conii>_ete and ftsHafrfe.  All About RsveLsioke  S   The Galevay to the Wonderfully Rich jl. iRfj'aJ ������izlrict of North  $ Kootritay and Canoe Hirer.    Thc btipply Foinh for the  1  ,tg  ���������S  I  ifc  _.  fo  Oiij Jit'itd, Tnmt LaJ.e, Lardeau, T-i^tuicacl, Aider! Can Hon. Jordan Pass and Eagle Pass  DUtriclh. IJusiuciw Men and Biuii-        s  ���������newt TIonne.1.   The name, Occupation and Hc-tidence of  o Every Male Hciidcnt  ���������'-.    iii    the    City.  Price,  50 Ceuts-  AuDttF-riS:  R.  P. PETTIPIECE,  Revelstoke, B. C.  $%SfZ l?.lWtt-'/JP7?tZgS$KA>&&:?i������^  ���������mm _IH  1������*.  IS.  Ill' '  SPARKS FROM THE WIRE  r  ������ci  .10171  Mrs. Jennie L. Fitltin, of Mininao-  olis, wns shot at her own door Ik a  party unknown.  Vancouver police believe they h.i\e '  captured     Tascott,     tho '   celebrated  Chicago murderer. "*  j. ne Quebec steamer Conq_uet was  abandoned near Norway. Some cf  her crew have been landed safely.  Dr. Bell, of the Geological Survey, has returned from the Mackiniic  river district with a report of Uie  minerals  around  Great Slave  lake.  There is more friction in Sanoa.  German officials refusing to sit with  British members of tho municipal  council.  CAPTAIN DEANE'S RBiMOVAI  Lethbridge, Nov. 23.���������Word of Unintended removal of Captain Deane,  officer commanding the North West  mounted police hero, has caused a  great deal of regret, this etllcicnt  officer being a general favorite \v:\h  all classes. A memorial from llio  town council has been forwarded to  the department requesting the countermanding of* the action.  GRAND FORKS NEWS  The Czarina Will Stop Brutal  Punishments.  KNOUTIKG A NATIONAL  SCANDAL.  now SoliUors nnd Pennants Are Pna-  Islicil Iiy Petty 0__clals~ Horrible  IiMlietii.ciit of Autocratic Rule- In  tlie Kcalni of the Czar.  "Upon my bended knees, if necessary, I  will bos lus majesty to abolish corporal  punishment in our holy Russia." With  tlici.L' Rood words the czarina sent away  the commissioners appointed by her to  inipiiie into tlie abuses oC the knout, the  rnd nnd the bwitch in her husband'- empire. Later, &ays a St. PctersburK correspondent ot the Philadelphia Times she  resisteied a vow wilh her fnllicr confessor lo make her promise good.  I)i"s. Ibatikow, IJiiscliujcw and Lob.~-,  three of the foremost physicians of St.  l'utersburjj, and the grcnt writer Tolstoi  nnd Dostcjcwski collected the evidence  for Alexandra Foodorovna. Tbe report  of tlieisc s.utleiiioii is u horrible indictment of autocratic rule.  The incident that moved her mnji!S.ty  to employ  the  services  of  these distin-  Grand Forks, IJ. C, Nov. 21.���������  rSpecial)���������There appears to be no end  of trouble over the shipment of machinery and other freight over the C.  ]��������� R. for "Republic. lt was thought  oil difficulties in the form of Uniled  States custom regulations had been  removed, but Colonel Roustis. tho  United States custom officer, at Port  Towusend, has written a letter to tho  C. I*. R. authorities saying the treas-  tirv department at Washington has  decided that shipments us proposed  cannot be allowed becauso of the violation of a section of the law regarding the breaking of tho seals on shipments beforo they reach the boundary'  lino. As it is now. shipments for  Republic come over the C. P. R- to  the Grand Forks depot, and the seals  are tliero broken, and the consignments loaded into wagons and hauled several miles through British territory before reaching the boundary  line at Nelson.  Travelling Freight Agent McDonnell went, to Republic. Thursday, car-  wing with him a petition to the secretary ot the treasury at Washington  setting forth the hardships that will  fall up on mine owners and shippers  generally if shipments via Grand  Forks are prohibited. It is proposed  to have the Mountain Lion,-Republic,  "and Republic Reduction Company  people, all of whom are going to  build big mills, sign this petition, and  forward it at once.  These three concerns have nearly  2,000,000 pounds of machinery coming  for the'ir mills, and they want the  shortest possible wagon haul on it, so  they are anxious to have it come via  Grand Forks..Two or three car loads  of the Mountain Lion machinery are  already there, and some "of it has*actually "been unloaded and placed on  wagons and started tb Republic-This  may be turned back, and may have to  A be reloaded - on the cars and ' sent  'around to Bossbiirg.  Altogether there - is a most unhappy and unfortunate state of affairs.  The. loss'and inconvenience to Republic mine    owners ' and    shippers  - would be enormous, and it is not impossible that there will be a sort of  . indignation "meeting in the big reser-  ���������  vation camp.* **  If the C. P. R. had a line down to  Ihe boundary line af Carson there  vi ould  be no'trouble, for    shipments  - could then be sent through in bond  with the seals unbroken' till they  should reach American territory The  C. P. R. already has a line surveyed  out to Carson, which is but three  miles from the main line of the road  at the Grand Forks station. , It is a  Wei prairie almost the' whole distance and the cost of running a spur,  out there would be-very small. The  C. P. R. may conclude to build this  spur, especially in view, of the probable construction at an early day of  "a railway'from Republic up to' the  British Columbia boundary line in  order that Republic ores may come to  i ihe Granby smelter here. It is understood that the Republic Mining  company have asked President Hill, of  the Great Northern if he will get out  of the way and permit them to uso  tho right of way down the Curlow and  - Kettle River valleys to Grand Forks.  . It is expected the matter will be decided in a few days. If the Republic  company build they are ready to commence at once and have the road run-  ^ningi_within.-___three_^months.____iAlto^-  gether the situation is a most interesting one.  ���������     C. H.'Hays. superintendent   of the  Granite and Banner mine, Camp Mc-.  Kinney, is in town on his way to Toronto and .other eastern points.     Negotiations for the sale of this free milling proposition to a   Canadian syndicate are now in progress.  . ,, "With a five stamp mill," said Mr.  Hays to your correspondent, "we1 have  been turning out a gold brick weekly  since the first of, June." The output  according to the richness of the oro  has varied in these periodical clean  ups, from S355 to $C97. - The ledgo  has been proven by a series of workings, including open cuts and shafts,  the main shaft having attained a  depth of 1,110 feet Owing to the  facility with which the ore can be removed wo-are working iif*a 40 foot  winze sunk from the "end of a tunnel  SO feet long. A cross cut in this  working has shown the ledge to he 18  feet wide, and gives values ranging  from $17 to ?40 per*ton. Employing  only 10 men the average net profits  every week exceed $340. As soon as  a large plant ls installed, proportionate vesults will be. pchieved..  r*  1  ��������� ,i���������/I  -f  Obqp  -*i       H       "J  ?>*l '.LPs  W0{M'  GOLDEN.  ���������/���������  'K stereopticon man is always  changing  his  views.  Some people aro equally as disagreeable as the truth.  The uncertainty of a sure thing always causes a lot of worry.  A dog is never a. hypocrite; when  he wag? his tall he means it.  Some mjen seek foreign shores for  a reBt and some to avoid arrest.     .  If properly managed one good opportunity will'last for a lifetime.  Men who know all about mushrooms sometimes have poor memories.  Tho amateur photographer cares  but a snap for the pretty girl he  sees.  It is poor consoltatlon to a girl who  has been si ung by a boo to know that  bees are partial tn sweet .things.  -The French officers who have been  degraded by the minister of war have  onc consolation. They can't be degraded as" much as Dreyfus was, or  as much as they havo succeeded in  -l&raftins t_n_mBelve_.  KNOUTIKG A I'.USSIAN FKISONRI:.    -  gi-.islied freiitlemen iu her campaign of  civilization' is .-almost loo revolting for  publication. Mme./Tscliccliuw, a political prisoner in the penal culouy ot Luto-  ka. Siberia, was treated to the roil in  spite of hor deiienlo'-'condition, and the  poor woman was liil;on irum thetortuie  platform-a corpse. ��������� ,.,  . Count Tolstoi, who enjoys the unusual'  privilege of addre<" .ini; his hovcrei^-n lndy  without interference from i-ccroUiiies and  courliers, wns able to bring this atrocious  crime to lier majesty's allciition, and the  empress not only promised a*prompt.hi;,  veatigation, but gave Tolstoi leave to  form a committee', to inquire into thc  method and .extent of corporal punishment throughout, the omijii.!      *  Abolition of tlie laws'permitting pun-,  ishment by rod, switch and other brutal  means was promised if the findings.favored-such "radical refoim, her majesty  offering to do all in her power to' influence her'���������husband to that effect if circumstances warranted action,on her pait.  The physicians named and llie novelist  Dostoje.r_.I~i thereupon constituted themselves intu) a traveling' commission tor  hunting up testimony, while Tolstoi invited victims of official aud private brutality .throughout the empire lo send in  Weil authenticated reports of their sufferings. From these recitals and the ilircet  and circumstantial evidence gathered by  Ibankow nnd his colleagues the icport  finally submitted to the czarina was  mado up. ��������� ������  At tlio outset the paper establishes the  fact that 123,000,000 Russians-out ot  a total o������ 130,000,000 may be lawfully  spanked, licked,,birched, caned or kuout-  ed, as, outside df septuagenarians, only  nobles, oflicials above a* cerlaiu rank,  ministers and honorary citizens are exempted from" that mode of, punishment.  Those enumerated are "privileged" persons, bubiiThy lose that character by decree of the court in-tho same way-as  titles are > revocable." Tolstoi names " a  reputable lawyer of theJSIoscow bar who  was switclied"ih~tlie"jud^>'s:"p"rivate"room"  after his "clothes had beon removed. This  lawyer had bud"the temciity to iefer in  tkClkcpurse tot an argument, to a law  whereby Catherine II decreed that advocates should rank with'merchants of  the first class. ' -' "     y 0   .  Soldiers, prisoners and peasants seldom escape corporal punishment for  more than a month at a time," says the  report, "though numerous ukases ordain  that army men shall not be treated to the  rod except by decree o������ a. court martial.  "The cruel suboflicers and officers,  craving nu outlet for thoir inherent brutality, find ways and moaiii to -circumvent" the - czar's orders. Soldiers whom  tliey dislike or who are too poor to pay  for decent treatment are simply placed  in the "second class," and a second  class soldier may be cudgeled to one's  heart's content. To cause a soldier's  degradation it is but uecessnry for a petty superior to state that the man bus  been impertinent.  "Every-1 peasant, his wife and children  may be sentenced to 13 blows by tbe village council, while the higher imperial*  oflicials may lick them as much as tbey  like. In a single district 1,104 peasants  wero lawfully caned Inst year. How  many received beatings offhand it was,  of course, impossible to ascertain."  , A Slow Walker.  Fogg���������I am afraid I'm breaking up.  I_ igg���������Why, what's the matter now? _  ,Fo������g���������I went to look at a house that ii  to let yesterday. It was only five minutes' walk from the station. I knowvthat  because it said so In the adTertisement;  but hang me if It didn't take me 40 mhj-  utes to walk it. It is evident enough  that I'm agin* fast.   o   A bee undoubtedly possesses a  powerful memory, says a scientist.  This may not be true, but the man on  whose neck onc happens to camp certainly does.  Dr. Bell, assistant director of the  Geological Survey of Canada, has returned from Great Slave Lake, north  of Edmonton, where he had heen  despatched by thc Dominion government to examine the alleged mineral  deposits of that district. He reports  the' existence of no precious metals of  great value, and says thnt. tmny are  returning disappointed and poorer  men. Ho says there will be suffering  alone "tilB'ro'ute-this winter.  Golden, Nov.22.���������The Golden Social  aud Athletic club gave the first of  a series of entertainments on Fra-  day evening in Columbia hall. The  programme was divided into two  parts, the lirst consisting of vocal  and instrumental music and recitations, together with an exhibition of  fencing and single-sticks given by  G. Mitchell-Innes and J. Fraser  Evans. This was followed by a  short farce, "The Limerick Boy" by  members of the club. There was also  a dance held atier the programme  was concluded. A very enjoyable  time was spent by those present and  the general verdict was that it was  tho best local entertainment ever held  in Golden.  Our popular townsman, G. Mitchell-  Innes was married to Aliss C. Howden at St. Paul's church at 2 o'clock  on Wednesday, the building being  filled by friends of the briue and  groom. The happy couple left on the  Atilantie expiess for liana, where  the honeymoon will be spent, after  which they will occupy a suite of  rooms in tno Columuia house. Though  Aliss Howden has not been a resident of Golden for long, she has  mado hosts of friends and has identified herself with church and Sabbath school work, and the best wishes of all the residents of Golden go  wilh lhe newly wedded couple.  On Monday evening the gentlemen  friends o������ Jlr. Innes" took occasion  to tender him. a complimentary dinner to mark his leaving the ranks of  tho bachelors, about 40 guests sat  down to tho repast, which was served  in mine host McNcish's well known  perfect manner. Speeches and music  occupied the time after the viands  had been discussed, and continued  till the "wee sina," hours.  The Golden Era"lias*ma"de"arrange-  ments to publish a daily war bulletin of latest telegiapliic news of the  boutn African struggle, This move  is a good one and the proprietors  deserve  credit for  their  enterprise.  The Columbia River Lumber company has closed its mills at Golden  and Beaver for the season, after an  extra large cut had been made at  both  mills.  . Mrs. James Walker of Calgary, is  a guest at the Columbia house ou a  visit   to   her son   Selby.    .  / o     *  ��������� Children o f 14 years are reported  fighting in the Boer ranks.  ��������� When a woman is in love she is  a self-appointed detective.  All men are not born equal; only  twins are born that way.  Tlie hidden hand in politics is the  hand tliat fools the world.  .   Sometimes a girl refuses a1 man in  haste and repents  at ldisure.  j The rooster 'is  a tidy bird,  he invariably  carries a comb with him.  The kissingbug has come and gone,  but the humbug is ever with us.  - A great many people live according  to their   convictions���������especially those'  who reside in the penitentiary.  About the straightest' thing in this  crooked world is the outline of a,railway on the map issued by the company,      i  A truly great statesman in a politician who is able to persuade - the  people that the thing he wants is the  thing they want. .  ������������������'    v*" ������������������ iTf i nTHiii "ii   I  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  /J/  d__-_-_agfr  yFERGUSON ftf  TI ROSSLAND OF THE LARDEAU  Tk^^/4/n^r.       Is the richest mining district in Brhisk  uaraeau   Columbia -     ������  ferguson rchest mines  Is the leading   newspaper   ot  the-great-5nJi_ing~districts "of"  West Kootenay.      It gives all  the    latest   mining,    telegraphic and local news, written 'up  in authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unquestion-  "able information."' It 'enjoys  a large circulation and is consequently unequalled as an  advertising medium in the  field in which it is published.,.  Silteription $2.00 Per HnnUm  $1.25 For.Six Months, "   :  ���������Strictly in" Ataee.  It takes a foremost place in  tho race for prominence and  popularity ' wilh business  houses and as_ a consequence  does more business with  those i'equring printed stati-.  onery and office supplies than  ment in Eastern British Columbia. * The class of work  turned out has been pronounced equal to any thing of the  kind executed in the large  cities' by much larger print-  eries.  any other printing   establish- 'S^������S3.^!^^^M^iS3Si^^s .  Cultivating IlnpplneHs.  ' It is said that 'nothing is so desirable  as happiness. Many might bo happy  who are not if. tliey but sincerely tried  to be. It seems sometimes ns though  people, enjoy grumbling and thinking and  talking of what is unpleasant, disagreeable and irritating. Those are rare who  m.-iKe as much'1 of and magnify all' the  bright, cheering" and enjoyable circumstances of thoir lives as of the petty annoyances and disagreeable situations  that come,. at- times to all mortals.  The best way .to be happy is to think'  of happiness and give trouble, the cold  shoulder. Of course there, are-times  when sorrow may submerge us like a  flood, trouble may rend us with its deep  plowshare, disaster and calamity may  come upon us with cyclonic force, for inlo all lives comes some shadow. IJut  even then wo can rise above it. We need  not make of ourselves pictures of grief  and misery, casting a gloom over all wilh.  whom we come iu contact.' The companionship of a happy person is not only desirable, but helpful, while the unhappy  person is a draft upon vitality, physicnl-  ly���������_.nd mentally. It is our religious duty  to be happy.���������Eimira (N. Y.) Telegram.  Job Printing' Department.  Is equipped with the, latest  faces in typo designs and all  work entrusted to The Herald  is   "handled     by' cxprienced  -   .    <"  workmen who thoroughly understand' the proper use'of the^  " 'material. - at - their    disposal.  The Herald does not claim to  be the .only printing house in  ^  'the district but it does claim  " to be  '        " *        -  Plain Girl*.  "This is the era of the plain girl ir  .business," .said a jeadiug milliner, ."and  the girl whoso btjauty^s'soMnsistlmt'llinr''  none may deny it has to stand nside foi  Her plainer Bisters. You will find that ii"  the case in nearly every business establishment in the'big towns.  "Not  that  there   is   any   aversion   to  moderato beauty in the employees���������that-  is often to be desired���������but pronounced"  loveliness is entiiely too attractive, both  to rits   possessor   and   contemplator,   to  facilitate the interests of employers.  "Go into any large milliner's, and^you  will see scores of girls behind the counter who are quite plain. * although not  positively ugly. You will seldom find  ono whose charm of fiice or grace of  form is so near-to perfection as to hold  you  spellbound."���������Cincinnati  Enquirer.  Keep __ Diary. ' .  Mothers,should encourage tlieir daughters to keep diaries, but not to compile  journals, suggests a matron. .The simple record of events or happening ..^ as  kept in n young girl's diary, inny become  a most valuable possession wliich may be  of great assistance) ia fixing n date or  clearing cp a doubtful point. Such information will be of great interest in  after years. The written record of a  date or fact is woith a hundred opinions  a3 to its occurrence, but the writing  down, of thoughts and feelings or reflections which cannot be very profound  encourages self consciousness and will  proves useless nnd oven injurious to a?  young girl. *; Introspuction should bo dis-  conrngod in young people, particularly  in sensitive girls, who usually need but  little encouragement to become morbid.  i    .  SHIPWRECKED SAILORS  From Cledda Belle Arrive at Boston  Boston, Nov. 24.���������The Dominion  line steamer Turcoman, which arrived here today from Liverpool brought  seven comprising the shipwrecked  crew of the British ship Cledda Belle,  which, were rescued from, their vessel  on November 15th, about 300 miles  from the Irish coast. The men were  taken in charge by the'British consul, by whom ihey will be sent on  the Carbonear to Newfoundland,  wherr. most  nf  '.hem reside  Thoroifplilu Up:To-Dat8 In  Euerir-PartiGiliaf  And in a position ,t'o give as    '  - -      good value for the monoy ex-   *  pended, either for advertising  space in   its    publication    or  ,   i      for job -printing, - as   can  be  . - _      given..lJy_any_ other ..house, of j;  pies of printing. All work  turned out promptly and satisfactorily. ' , One price to all.  No job can be too large or  too small for ,- The Herald's  ..consideration.     Special atten-  the kind in British Columbia.  o  Writo'for estimates amLsam-  tlon given ��������� to orders by mail.  Now is tbe Time to Invest in  Ferguson Real  .stite  And Here are thc Reasons Why  You  Should Get in on tbe  Ground Floor of this Rising Mining Camp  First  is in the heart of tbo mine., nnd so,  -ituiited that it will always be the  outfitting point for all the big shippers.  A glance at a map of the district will  convince the most skeptical of this  fact.  Second :  TJi;   miner.-! and  mine   owners   will  ii 11 e il i ii hi {.(.-.{ii-miEat Ferguson.  Third  Next y.ar Ferguson will have two  railways,"namcly the Lardo Duncan  and the CT.P.I.. Both lines have been  surveyed into the town, and the Lardo  Duncan are light now clearing the  tand for their new road and work-?  shops, sideways etc.  Fourt -   *  The Silver Cup, Sunjhine, Noili-: L,  .Towfcr, Tiue Fisfiiip,. Bad S-liot  Hroa ���������" ;< v, Old Sanoma, Silver Queen  Silv er Belt The Horn Lsdge Group*  B-'-r" Five - -.v.'aoiier, Abbott, Holy -  * .iMosrs Empire an-i other, well known .  pioperties "are tributory lo Ferguson'  and are all within a raiiiu_ of 10 niileB '  of the townaite. -    ���������   ./-  TLoixi  is   the   Golden   . Oppbrtaallgf.  Next summer may be too late to get inat    ",    " .  ground'floor prices.   Advice���������Act prompt- ._.."���������'  ���������"i     - : ' - : . .  *  n "���������  . *    - iy. . . ���������        . ���������_--,?...,  Ferguson   -".-.-*    .       .       . .-,U    *?,_-- /-'  Is absolutely  without a rival in the Lar-'"   - -    .,"_;'���������  dean District * .   '   --   ,    r ������'  Lois Are Selling Fast���������    _" '"'���������'��������� U U  Spokane Capitalists arn rpaiibiu" after Fer-'--     '     .--*.'-  guson property and expect to pull out with'-   ������   ' '    .  . ^ a handsome return, as experienced by them  ��������� m tho early days of Kossland.     \     '*   . _  Why Not You . t  Lots selling now at from 3150 to 8250��������� ���������  o  Choice Corners.  AL'  information can be procured. on   ��������� ' .     "'  '   application -   ���������   - ,   ���������  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS : Wednesdays and Saturdays  50  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Jiiirs  Trade Markc  Designs  Copyrights 4a  A-rone sending n slcetcti n-itl d-fcrlptlon may  autoltly ascertain our opinion freo whether _n   "-n  In n,./_h_-.Y_lvr.nt������mt___,hla-    <_.1-->U!_C!V  con Patents  invention is probably patentable.  Coi-tnuntciV  ' ���������itlycor.adenttal. BanabooI.c  ecnt freo. Oldest neoncy for ������a<_i_ii|t patent*.  tlona strictly  Patent!, taken tlirouuh Muim & Co. receive  special nottes, without cb_r������o. In llio  Scientific Hmericasn  Riches  have  has stings.  wings     and   poverty  A ti-inrtsomely Illustrated weekly.  I    tulatlon of any scientific Journal.    -_������������������������<.-. %-* "  four months, tl. Eoldbyal'.Tiewadealor;.  Ijirgf.-.t clr-  Terinp. $3 a  year: four months, tl. Sold by all newsdealers.  WUHN &Co.38,Broad"*' New York  -Iraaeb Oflice. C25 T St.. WasblDittou. I). C.  T, L, Haig  Notary Pnb-ic,  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  Townsite  Mining-, Firo nnd  Life Insurance..  Ofllcp. Opposite C.P.B'. Derm.  "'.'-���������"I  t.   ' fl  --������������������3v.J.|  .UU^.-f  U "rV'."l  - " ^, :_->/���������." 11  ,. -  ,���������>?--���������  I        '  uy>  -'  ���������*"  1 -,J-  ',-'*:  :"*r  Jdje  ul  , ���������^ it,  _'\ > ri:\  ���������-"'St\  <"��������� i-'.  ���������   * x, 7.  i,  i   i  F, BUKER, Local Agent,,  ���������"i FERGUSON XOWNSITS.  lf_P__ii\L   B^lS\  Or -A^ABA  Head Office, Toronto  Capital Authorized ������2,500,010.00  C--piU Paid Up      S>2,3I,* 34.00  tt,���������t    -    - -  -   ��������� $1.502172.0U  DIRECTORS:'  H.  S.   Howland,  President  T.R.-.Icrrltt.Vice-Pres,   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Stayner  Ellas  Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES    "  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon.     ,Calgary,      Edmonton,  ' Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince        Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario:  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll,  Llstowel, - Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie. St..Catherines, St-Thomaa,  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton. , .  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of ?1  and upwards received and interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial,   Municipal,  and  other  debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters ol Credit-  Available at all points ot Canada,  United Kingdom . United States,  Europe. India, China. Japan, Australia, New Zealand etc.  Gold -purchased.  This  bank   issues Special  Receipts  which  will  be  accounted for at any  of the Hudson's   Bay Co's  Posts  in  the Yukon and ?_orthern districts.  A. R. B. HBAHN,  Manager Revelstoko Branch.  Canadian PacifitKy.  and Soo Line.  DIRECT ROUTE  East and   West  Fit-t-cla" 8 sleepers on all train*. Tour*  if t cars pass Revel������toke daily fur St.  Paul:   Tuesdays   and   Saturdays  for  - Toronto; Thursdays for Monlieid  and Boston.  DAILY TRAINS .     .  East VT������flt  8_>" leave���������Revelstoli e���������nrrirt H:lui  fcsso arrive     o " leave lt<30  S;10...  To and from Kootenay Point*   leave���������Kevelstoke���������������tt1vc 1B-J&  Tickets issued and Bagpapt. Checte4  Through to Destination.        - ���������'  Cheap Rates to the Old Country  Got full particulars apply as to t<fM  rate*, and fcr copies of O. P. R. putt*  catior.B. addrefs nearest local ageccof  T. \V. BRADSHAW,"      Jf  Agent,' Revelstoke.  *  W, F. Andi_hson, Travelling Passsa-  f?er Agent, Nelson.  E. .T. Coylb, District Passenger As_rt  Vrniconi'T. Music Folios  ol all kinds,���������Instruction Iloolts for  1'iano, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin nnil  Oman.  A   larpo  assortment  of songs  and  stiecl music.  . .   .11-the latest songs kept on liand.  11 not In stock will procure at once,  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD.  Mail  orders  Immediately attended   to.  CHAS. B. MCDONALD, Manager.  McKENZIE   AVE..   REVELSTOKE   STATION.  LOCAL  AND  CENERAL   NEWS  (rf <pulMsl  -&U, 4H4J- 'itsMs 4w4{  OaAL>a������4~ -tA^t^-/^^/^n6^^L^ (odbcuM*/  66  m LEADING STORE  No Bluster, No Fuss, Just Bosinksb, That's All.  **  Tomorrow is St. Andrew's day.  (i. S. McCarter returned from Calgary on Sunday's train.  ���������Pocket diaries for 1000 are now for  sale at the Cnnada Drug & Book Co.  Have vou got that $200 for those  Illecillewaet settlers yet. Mr. Coursier?  Today is the day set for the nomina-  '   'tinii tor the provincial   legislature  iu  Manitoba..  I. T. Brewster left on Monday evening on a nip to the coast. He will go  . east on his return.  ��������� Rcmeinher from Dec. lOlh to the  ���������Jl.tC. W. Ci.ri-ignii, D.D.S., will be at  his otllcu in Uevclsloke.  The progress of the new bridge  across the lllecillewaet is still being  delayed for want of'liunbur.  The llevelstoke Water, Power &  Light Co. are replacing their inch  main pipes with three inch pipes.  ���������Parlies requiring dental work done  should remember the date of Dr. Cor  rigan's visit���������from Dec. lOlh to 2lst.  Tbe Revelstoke Rink Co. are clear  ing the lots selected by theni on Fourth  street behind the Snsh tc Door Factory.  '*     F. B, Lewis has  formed   a   partner  ship with his brother,  E. II. Lewis, a  Trail, in the insurance and re .1  estate  business.  ���������Dr. C. W.  Corrigan,  dentist,  will  -he at his oflice here,  over  the  Canada  Drug &  Bunk  Co's.  store   from   Dec.  '    10th to 21st inclusive. '���������'"*  ���������The ladies of St. Peter's church are  making arrangements lo give a Rainbow Tea in Tapping's Opera House un  Dec. Till from o to 7 p.m.  J. W. Bengough and Mrs. Bengough  arriued from Vancouvei' Ibis morning,  lie will give his popular entertainment  Crayon and Comedy tonight in the  opera house.  Tho proposed celebration of the day  of Scotland's patron saint has apparently been dropped, as the committee  appointed by tlie St. Andrew's society  to get up a smoking concert and  supper do uot seem to have done anything.  ^_ ���������  The Smily Concert Co. will appear  under the auspices of the Oddfellows in  the opera bouse on Friday evening.  The performance will prove an unusual  musical and literary treat and will  doubtless pack the opera house to its  fullest capacity.  R. P. Pettipiece returned from Gpld-  ,en on Saturday night, having decided  to defer the establishment of the Golden Eagle till spring. At the same  time he is greatly impressed with the  possibilities of Gulden and district in  the near future.  The Salvation Army will hold theii-  fii#_ meeting in their new barracks on  ���������AjFirst street on Sunday evening. Until  '-tlieir lease of Peteison's Hall on Front  street runs out next March they will  d.vide their meetings during the week  between the old and new barracks.  The Hkrald is pleased to be able to  state that J.-fs. Gill, the popular head  of the tii in of Jas. Gill & Co., has given  up all idea of leaving town and will  remain here in business as chief of the  establishment, whicli he launched  with such success a year ago last summer. .  A. Laughton just received word from  John Sinclair of a new strike of rich  nre on tlieir claims about twenty miles  east of Golden. Mr, Sinclair has. two  men working with him, and reports  the property as looking tine. The last  assay taken from it run ������110 in gold  aod copper. Work will be continued  all winter.  In a wild race" between himself and  Mr. Merritt to get the paper, us tbe  Hkrald bey appeared on the steps of  the Imperial-bank on Saturday after  noon. L. K. Steele, the teller iu the  hank, put bis left hand through the  pane of glass in tne front door, cutting  it severely. Mr. Steele will have t������  curiy the band in asling for two weeks.  Tonight, under the auspices of  the  J^_____adiesLAi_-Of.the.Eiies}iyteiiianchiirch,.  J.   \V.   Bengough  in  his  unique   aud  popular programme  of   Crayon   and  Comedy, nnpi-liiiptu sketches on local  - topics, "original recitals in prose and  verse, huuior, pathos, burlesque and  song. The performance will he held  in the Opera House, commencing at S  p.m.  Col. Dudley, Cchief United States  Consul for Baitish Columbia passed  : hruiigh yesterday on his way from  Kepulic to Vancouver. He has been  iu ihe Boundary country investigating the ease of lhe American. Evetett,  who was arrested without warrant by  American officials for robbeiy at Midway and turned over to the provincial  police. Everett claims that he is in-  ...-cent and his case is likely tn turn  out of international importance.  The sparrinK exhibition in the opera  house on Satin day nulil was not very  well attended. The programme  opened with an impromptu concei t.nf  songs and dances which was followed  hy a boxing match between Ihe two  little Cayley boys, who really showed  great talent Tlie show wound up  with an exhibition of.the manly art in  six round'" between Billy Hawkins ar.d  Biily Hollow-ay. in which Hawkins  was"adjudged the winner.  Since September we have heen piling  onr counters- full of boys', youths' and  children's clothing, until" they have  grown ti-p-heavy. The young man  who wants long pants cl-the., can he  Titled h-ie at So. S6 50 and $7.50. Wc  show some excellent values iu boys'  school Miits��������� very serviceable garments���������"made to wear;" and in our  chililien's department we stand preeminently the first and best. Middys,  Deweys. * Reefer Suits. etc.. $4.50  while we exhibit an array of Juvenile  apparel at S2.50 and S3.���������Bourne Bros.'  Big Dep.uimental Stores.  Mr. Doucet, the engineer who has  throughout the summer been in charge  of the C P. It. construction in the  Trout Lake district, states that the  railway will be completed eaily next  ' summer from the head of Kootenay  lake to Tront Lake rCity, and that  probably some branches from such  points will he completed during next  sutntnei. Trout Lake City, which,  from all points of view, is undoubtedly  the best townsite in the Trout Lake  district, is therefore, likely next  summer to be a place of much activity  and enterprise, and it. future may be  regnrdpd as particularly bright.���������Ross-  lain^ Miner.  NOTE AND COMMENT  Mr. Kellie, M.P P., being questioned  by a staunch supporter ns to the recent  addition of Mr. R. Atkins to the clerical staff in the government office replied that tho appointment had been  made in his absence and that he knew  nothing about it. It was just such  another infringement upon his rights  as member for the district, which  drove Mr. Kellio out of the Turner  party, filled wilh patriotic indignation.  How is it there are no protests now,  no brass hantl processions, no public  meetings? Has Ii. It. Atkins got the  whip hand over the whole clique? Is  Mr. Kellie so tied up that he cannot  even raise his hand to help his old  friends? Has Atkins got such a lend  pipe cinch that Kellie has to stand by  and see his best supporters alienated  by appointments, which cannot be  justified 'on any pretext and which  can conciliate no one except Atkins  himself. If it is possible to conceive  of Kellie falling any lower in the estimation of the electors of this town and  district than he was fallen before, this  pitiful exhibition of his utter subserviency to Atkins' influence, gained  heaven only knows how, must cause  him to take a still further drop. The  whole business i.s a, nauseating disclosure of tbe utter hypocrisy, self-  seeking -and .humbug which lay  behind the hig lilutf, which was  worked on the electors of this district  at tha provincial elections of last year.'  A. S. Fat-well's curt and discourteous  refusal to lease a block of land to the  city for municipal purposes is quite in  keeping with the general career of this  man in connection .with this town.  He has never given a cent for any  project started for the development "of  llevelstoke and none, of our public  bodies has so far even succeeded in  getting a civil answer out of him. The  Dominion member of this district is  greatly to blame for not insisting on  the government adhering to the terms  of its agreement with the province by  which Farwell was to lose all his  rights unless he accepted the terms of  agreement by Dec. 31,- 1S9S. We are  now nearly at December 31, 1S01), ��������� and  Farwell hiis not yet got his patent,  but we are told that he' is to get it  soon all the same. He is totally unworthy of this consideration0oti the  part of the government authorities.  Times  are   hard.    The  utmost the  average patriot can  expect' is one (1)  job   for   himself.   Suuie even  cannot  get   that; as   many  a    noble-hearted  patriot in Revelstoko knows this day  to   his   cost.     What   then,   they are  asking,   is     the   combination    which  enables one lone patriot to secure  not  only a nice comfortable job for himself  but to bring in his  brothers from the  encls-of-the_ein-th-to_-fil-_the_.desirable  government sits, to hold out hopes to  his uncles and cousins,  to provide for  the old age of his mother-in-law and  to secure a decent competency for the  declining   years  of   his   aunt   in   the  country?    Whence' this unparalleled,  this superlative graft? -  " Upon what meat doth till- our Atkins leed,  'llial he hath grown to great?"  the. peculiar difficulties ofj Mr. Kellie's  position. He cannot withdraw his  support from Mr. Semlin for the simple reason that no one else wants it.  It is too disastrous to any party to  have Mr. Kellie for its representative  in this district.   '  Business Locals.  ���������Compound Syrup of White Pine  Tar one of the very best cough cures  made at the Canada Drug & Book Co,  ���������Fancy lamps, stand lumps,hunting  lamps, a big line of novelties for tbe  winter just opened up at Bourne Bros.  ���������Dinner and lea sets in great variety  of colors and patterns at Bourne Bros.  A beautiful and must attractive display.  ���������Chocolate is the fashionable lievei-  age. Chocolate cups, pots and table  sets, in the latest styles at Bourne  Bros.  ���������Call at Bourne Bros.' Big Departmental Storo and   inspect   tho   china  and glassware department,  worth a visit.  It is well  LOST.  On Wednesday morning, between the C.P.U  Hotel nnd Bourne Bros.' store, a gold brooch in  the shape ol a four-leaved clover, net with  pearls anil a diamond in the centre. Anybody  returning the same at the C. 1*. R. llotel wifl  be suitably rewarded. tf,  LOST.  On Tuesday evening last, between the resi  deuces of J. U. Iliitehison and Mrs. Corbett, on  First St., a mourning ring, set with nix small  pearls and one large one, A suitable reward  will be given on return of thc ring to thu Hek-  ami ollice. It  FOR SALE.  $29. will buy a sceond hand sewing machine,  as good as new*.   On view at lt. Uowson's fur  iiilure store, McKenzie Ave, lt  HAVE Y06J  Secured any of the  vqnberful  bargains;  We are Offering During Our  DRY G0OBS  GLEARANGESALE?  BRY S20DS  nasT G������  AT ANY PRIGE  ars  LAMES' EMPORIUM  McKENZIE AVENUE.'  A full assortment of all the latest  novelties in fancy goods just opened,��������� Ladies' hygeian underwear,  special line of combination childrens' togues, tarns and napoleons.  -Stamping done to order.  M. K. Lawson.  JAttBS GILL & CO.,  The Taylor Block,  McKenzie Avenue,  4-4.4.4.4.4.4,4.4.4.4,4. ^.^4"i"_HH"l"t"i"l"l"l"l'  1C. J. Aman  X Stationer  i and  X Tobacconist  ^.^.^f.{.^.f.{.^.^.4.f.f.^>^f.4"^>^>f(.^(.^t>f.f.^.^i  Awkwardness  In more in appearance. Nine  times out of ten it is tho Clothes  a man wears. No man ever cut  a swell in a hand-me-down suit  ���������imagine such a thing if you  can.  It costs hut little more to get  a good tailor-iuado suit than a  hand-me-down, anil then you've  got something on you onll-  denco in.  Drop in and see late styles,  R. S. Wilson, Tailor.  Ued Roso Degree moots second and fourth  Frlday-B of each month; Whito Roso Dogrea  meots first Friday of each month,In OddfellowB"*  llall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  II. VARNES, T. E. L. TAYLOR,  Secretary. President.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular mootlngs aro held in tho  Oddfellow's Half on tho Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  XV. G. HIRNEY, W. M.  Court  Mt. Begbie  I.O. F., No. 3461.  Meets in tho Oddfol-  lown'Hall^on tho second  and fourth Mondays of  each Month, Visiting'  brethren invited to attend.  U.K.OAMrilELL, O.R.    K.D.J.O. Johnson, See.  Jas. I. Woodrow  "BUTCHER  FOR SALE.  A house containing 3 bed rooms,  hall, parlor,  sitting  room, dining room, kitchen, and  woodshed.   Lot 50x100.   Good garden.  fCUO down, balance in monthly pavments.  F. BL'KEK.  Come! Let us get  Together   on the Grocery Question.  The   Great  Western   Mines,    Limited  .    Liability.  NOTICE.  A special meeting of thc shareholders of this  Company will be hold at the oflice of the Company at Revelstoke. B. (\, on the 23rd day of  December, A. IJ., 1899, nt the hour ol two o'clock  in the afternoon.  Resolutions will be offered to the meeting  for the following purposes, viz:  1.���������To increase the Capital Stock of the  Company from ?l,00U,000 to tl,250,-00 by the  creation of 250,000 new shares of One Dollar  each. i  2.���������To authorize the purchase of the Ajax  Mineral Claim.        - -        "._.,.  Dated this 18th November 1899.  W. B. POOL,'    v  ij. A. E. KINCAID, -  T.   KILPATRICK,  Nov. 22-4iv    " " Trustees.'  Draying and Express  "    : Having  bought out. D.   IIonderson'B  : draying aud  express  business I   am  : prepared to do all kinds of work in my  : line upon shortest notice.  Moving Household Effects a Specialty.   F. W. McGregor.  Telephone J. Savage & Co. ,  Agont for the  Celebrated  Morris Piaon.  A. McLean  ���������:DEALER IN:���������  Men's Women's and Children's Boots,  Shoes. Rubbers, Overshoes,  .   and Fancy Slippers.  Men's Furnishings.  Hats and Caps,  Ready-Made Clothing.  Gloves and Mits   _f  :_���������:  If you don't know about us and our methods, inquire around among tlioso  who do know us. We clalrri to sell honest, reliable Groceries���������according to  representations���������and sell them closer than other dealers. And we'll prove  those statements to your satisfaction if you will drop in and see us���������any  time.      Our Cash business ls oii tho increase, our prices on the decrease.  Baker,.Grocer and  Confectioner.  A. N. SMITH.  ''jM^W^Hi^l^Si  ^Surprise  CSS  _iS  B������3 Works on Fourth Street,  _#_}"  Retail Dealer in��������� - "  Beef,-Pork,  Mutton", EfcT S:-"  Fish and,Game in Season....  All orders promptly fl lied.    .  M,$,S. RBYBEKPOKB, B.B.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Itoyal School of Minci, London.    Sovon  at  Morfa   Works,  Swaiisoa.     17   years      Chemist to Wfgnn Coal and Irou Co.,  Eng,  Lite Chemist nnd Assnrer, Hall Mines, Ltd,  Claims examined mid reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C  Tear*.  Chief  FROMEY 8s CLAIR,  .... Contractors ....  BRICK, STONE and PLASTERING,  EXCAVATING, SEW1RAQB,  STREET GRADING.  Contracts Taken.  Soeurlty given as callc . for.  Material furnished If nocoisary.  Lest We Forget  SPORTSMEN I The shooting season being  , close at hand IIariiy W. Edwards begs to  thank his patrons for past favors, and also  respectfully call the attention of the public far and near to his business advertisement.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Deer Ileads,  Iilrds, Animals, Etc., preserved  - and mounted.  THI11D STREET,'EAST OF SCHOOLHOUSE.  Revelstoke, B.C.  Ollice at F. Buker's real estate office, First Street, east bf ^  the Molsons Hank.   Kamilv and hotel, laundry work a specialty.  _!___��������� /OST-No Chinese employed. v . ,  , ��������� ��������� 'MS  fiSS All work called for and delivered.       Calls, face of charge, will bo made Mondays anil @5  Wednesdays. -  Parcels for tho laundry may be left at any time at the oflice, (Mx. (8*  m  Iluker's, on First Street.)  jj F. Buker, Proprietor.?  AntEraciteGoaL;."  ' '  - * fUBiiiMi Fnr Furnace or Stove Use.  * Price per-ton for Stove Coal-delivered-irom Cars���������$9.00 -  " *���������'        Furnace Coal delivered' from Cars--$8.SO  F. McCarty,   -   Revelstoke* B, C.  I wept as I met the poor exile from Erin;  The dew on his dark robe lay heavy and chill.  Ere the train that had brought him had parsed  OUR SPECIALTIES  Children's Ironclad School Shoes.  ���������;���������Ladics'^Kid^and���������Satig-^Slipper-^ali .���������'  colors. .a  Men's Taney Leather and Plnsh Slippers  German-Felt Slippers.  Tiger Brand Tailor-Made Clothing.  Tiger Brand Underwear for Men.  Currie's Ties.  GIVE US A CALL.  Kamloops Store, Revelstoke Store,  outoi hearing;  n tin  Uc was clerk 1  hill  e government house on the  As will be perhaps noticed in an ac  count given of tliu Lardean, its railways and resources to the Record by  two Rnssland explorers, the old ileitis1  ion lhat the Lardeau is a low grade  camp once more crops up. This curious idea is still prevalent in .Rossland  and the fact that ore going 2000 or  3000 oz in silver to the ton is hy no  means a rarity in tho best known Lai -  dean pi-opeities does not appear to  shake it. The real fact of the matter  is thnt the Lardeau is probably the  highest grade silver-lead camp in B. CJ.  iiml.i.i. and us soon as its" numerous  mines now ready to ship once begin to  ge.t their ores to the smelter this truth  will speedily be established and the  Rossland investors will be'wondering  how it is they did nnt get in on the  ground floor.  Next P. O.  McCarty's Block  In view of the fact that thc Semlin  govern ment has allowed mining companies to swear in special constables  to maintain law and order in law-  abiding communities, thc Nelson  Tribune calls upon J. M, Kellie, M. P.  P., among other members to withdraw  his support from Mr. Semlin. The  Tribune does nob allow sufficiently for  Telephone 36.    * P.O. Box 86.  Three Cars  of  Vegetables  Half Car Apples and Pears  Just Arrived.  Savage Bros.  Second Street.  Dealers in   Farm Produce  Fruits  Fish  Fowls      |.  Game in Season.  Fresh supply of fish every morning.  Careful attention. Prompt delivery  When you reach Ferguson, B.C.,  Stop at thc.  S������  1  INEW GOODS.....  Having secured  the agency for the Rochester Plated  Goods, we are. now showing samples in our window.  Tea Kettles, Tea Pots. .Jugs. Svrup ..Tugs and  Plates, Sugar Bowls, Spoon Holders," Fruit aud  Cake Baskets, Lemon Shakers, Etc. ,  These goods are the best in the world, fully warranted,  always, keep their color, and will not melt if put on red  hot stove, like most of plated ware.  CALL AND SEE THIS CINE;       . .-'  -W. M. Lawrence.  Agents forGurney's Souvenir Stoves and Furnaces.  Guy Barber.  ������   FIRE INSURANCE^      J  .   All classes of insurable covered   J<  at fair and equitable rates.      "      A  LIFE INSURANCE^/*.;,'I'  ��������� Policies���������lion-Iorfcitable,   guar- $  antccil values, cash loan values, [tt  throughout the history of the ft  ~.    *' policy.       1 ��������� ��������� ���������    .        - 0  MONEY TO LOAN^,,     .������  on good business or residential   ny  property. ,       .- -   ��������� ���������> ro,  feted.   FAYETTE BUKER,  |  Corporation of the  City of Revelstoke.  Voter's List. -  Notice is horobygiron that'a list of iho persons entitled to vote at the municipal olectlona  for the City of Rovolstoke for the vear 1900,1s-  now ln course of preparation, and will bo closed on December 4th, 1889.  All persons claiming to be entitled to vote at  such elections should make application to thn  undersigned;beforo said date to have their  names put 011 tho voter's list.  Dated this 10th day of November, 1899.  89-9S  U.K. SHAW,  City Clerk.  '7,  Corporation of the   City oi   Revelstoke^.  A  Dull  JtiLeaci....,  Makes you haggard in work or plav.   It  Kobs duty of full satisfaoiion and lessens  pleasure or recreation by half.   If dull-  '   ness is due to an ordinary Headache, '  Use Mack's Headache Wafers  One Wafer invariably relieves.  PRICE 25c. A BOX.  FIELD & BEWS, Pharmacists.-..: '  New location next to Savage Bros.    Night'Bcll  Go To-  Lewis*  .Restaurants  At Hotel Edwards  *     * _  For the Best Meal  i in* the City _!,.'  Popular Price,���������25 Conts.  No Chinese Employed.  McKenzie Ave.  Repair Department in charge of R. N. Doyle,���������a specialist.  Newly Built. Newly Furnished.  Lighted by Electricity.  $f.oo Per Day.  The City Hotel  Robt. Caley. Proprietor.  Best Wines, Minora and Cigars.  Headquarters for Railway Men.  j Repairing I  I - Watches  i That's our Specialty. Wo also carry a ��������� ���������  line of Wati'hos, Silverware, Gold nnd ��������� ���������  Silver Novelties; all kinds of Jewelry. ������������������  |E.M. ALLUM,::  T The Leading |',  T -    Watchmaker and Jeweler.       ,.  X  First Street, next door to Herald office' 1.  s���������....,,., *  ^WttWttttItTttttWtttttt  Court of Revision..  Notice is hereby given thnt a Court of Kevin- '  Inn for the City of Kevelstoke will be held at-  the olllee of tlie City Clerk, Revelstoke,'H. 0���������  on llioI8th day of December, 1899, at tho hour  of 10 o'clock in lhc forenoon, for tbe purpoao  of hearing complaints against the assessment  as made for thc year 19V0 bv thc Assessor, and  for revising nud correcting the assussmout roll  for that vear.       ' .- -   -    ;  Dated this 10th day of November, 1899.  *   ' C. K.SIIAWr  99-100 .      1 - -,   ,       ,. I  'City Clerk.  NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.  Public notice ls herebv given that under and *  by virtue of a warranty of execution  to ino  delivered and Issued out of tho Countrv Court  of Koi.tenay holden nt llevelstoke in a certain  aclion wherein Hutchison and Companv aro  plaintiffs  and   W, II. Viekers "is defendant I  *  have  seized  and .token in execution all tho ���������  interest  of  the  snlil  W, H. Viekers-in  fifty   -  thousand  ..lores  of_-the .capital stoek of tho  Grcnt Western Mines Limited Liability stand-',  ing on tho books of thc said Company In tho  inline of'tho said XV. II. Viekers,- whicli-sald-  interest I will offer*for.sale publicly at tlio  Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, U. C,  on Tuesday tho Slst dav of Nnvembcr, 1899, at  the  hour, of  two o'loi'lc. in the afternoon, to ���������  satisfy the said execution and costs of salo.  Dated this 13th day of November, 1899.  It. H. MAYNE,* .  Deputy to tho Sheriff of Nortli Kootenay.  NOTICE.      .  Notice is'hereby given that CO davs after  date, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to  purchaso 160 acres of land in West Kootopav  distrlct, on Pool Creek, described as follows':  Commencing at a .post at.the confluence of .  Hear and"l'ool_Crcoksrinarked_" WriirJack"  son's Nortli West Corner Post"; thence cast  40 chains; thence south 40 chains; thence west  40 chains; thence north 40 chains to point of  commencement.  W.H.JACKSON.  Pool Creek, Octobor Sth, 1899.       .-   . 8SJ01  -U  .���������"?.  NOTICE  Notice is heroby given to purchasers of Iota ���������*  in Blnck "A," Town-of Itcielstokc, otherwise  known ns the "Mara Townsito Property," that  all instalments on account of purchase aro lo  be paid to Mr. A-. B. B. Hearn, Manager of the  Imperial Bank of Canada at Kevelstoke, and to  110 other person.'  J. A*. MAKA,  ,, By his attorney ln fact,  St. 1 .     G. II. UAKNARD.  -  T. L. HAIG.  -  '.  ���������NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given'that 60 days after dato ,  I intend to apply to. the Chief. Commissioner  '       ', worl  1,' Wes"t*:Kootenay district o  bed as follows: Commencing  at a post tit the confluence ol Bear and Pool  of Lands and.' __   1G0 acres of land in West Kootenay district on'  orks for permission to purchase  1 in' West*:Kootenay district on  Fool Creck^deacribed as follows: Commencing  Large snd Well Lighted  Sample Rooms   Heated by Hot Air and Electric  Hells and Light In every room  Hotel Lardeau  J. Lauchto!*, Proprietor.  Best J2.0O a day house in the Lardean.���������Best  of cuisine service.-i-Kinely equipped bar.���������  .Cholcfst wines, liquors and cigars.���������Hend-  quarters for miners and mining men.���������Well  lighted and heated rooms, neatly furnished  MISS STEELE.  Tcncher of Music, Drawing, anrl Painting in  oil and water color. French, Latin, Mathematics.  Music50 cents per lesson of onc hour.  Pupils allowed daily practice on piano free  of charge.  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Itcasonablo Kates .,   HOTEL  "VIO0.O_52.ILA.  JOHN V. PERKS, Phopiuetok.  Night Grill Room in Connection for the Convenience of Guests  Hourly Ptrect Oar  Botween Hotel and Station.  ���������l8ev������0s$������ll&������, loCc  The Famous Crow's Nest Coal  Leave your orders at my office on McKenzie Ave.  $r.5o  Terms:   Cash with order.  ��������� ���������*>������������������   a ton, Delivered from the cars.   John D. Sibbald  CRAGE &  ���������    MAYNE  Agents   Smelter  Townsite   Revelstoke.  Agents   Phoenix, Western, British American, London & Liverpool, and  Globe Fire Insurance companies.  Croeks .marked���������_,���������"?"': A.' Strutt's. North Eost  Corner Post.',';,thence south 20 chains; thenca  west 80chains; thence north 20 chains; thenca  east 80 chains to point of commencement.  .._:_.���������K'._y..;_jy.!-K.-+;yy W.A.. 6TRUTT.  Pool Creek, October 6th, 1899.5^     , 88-101  41 Gold Bug;; Fractional !* Mineral Claim.  Situate lu the Trout Lake Mining Division ol  West Kootenay District. Where located:  . Wost of and adjoining the Silvor Cup Mineral Claim. >n,y   y"  ;: .  ' TAKE NOTICE that I,'-Edgar A. Bennett,  Free M lner'a Certificate No. 17383 A, isiuod at  Kevelstoke on the Srd November, 1898, as agent  for and. on behalf of Sunshine Limited, Freo  Miner's Certificate Fo.B. 15201, issued at Ravel-toko on the 31������t May, 1899, intend, 60 daya  from the date hereof, to opplyotb the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for  Crown Grant of tho  $300 Cash  Will bnv Two Lots in tho Rising  Mining'Town of FERGUSON   GOOD LOCALITY���������ON  THE MAIN STREET.  tho purpose of obtaining a Cro  above Mineral Claim.* V   *.?*"���������*  And further, take notice that action under-  Section 37 must bo commenced before the-  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated 29th September. 1899.  78-9������ EDGAR A. BENNETT..  '      NOTICE.  Notice Is hereby given that60 days afterdate-  Tin tend to apply to thc Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to purchase  820 acres of land in West Kootenay district, on  Fish River, described as follows:* Commencing  at a post at the mouth tof Sable creek, on. the-  west bank of Fish river." marked "A. Allan's  South East.Corner Post," thenco north following the mcanderings of Fishvriver 80 chainsr  thenca west 40 chains; thence south 80 chains~  thence cast 40 chains to point of commence-.  ment.  Fish River, Sept. 19th, 1S99.  A. ALLAN,  76-93 By his agont, W. E. Holloway-  Ttris is the Ground Floor Price  Apply for particulars to     ,  F, BUKER,  Local Agent, Ferguson. Townsite, Revelstoke.,  ���������  " Free Coinage", Mineral Claim..  Situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of  West  Kootenay District.    Where located r.  Southerly from, and adjoining the Silver-  Cup Mineral Claim, on Silver Cup^Hill.  Take notice that I, Edgar A. Bennett, Free  Miners Certificate No. 17383 A, issued at Revelstoke on the 3rd, dav ot November, 1898, a������  agent for and on behalf ol Thos. Dunn (F.M.C.  ���������Ino. 201OG, issued at Vancouver on tho Slst May,  IS99) and WM. Farrell (F.M.C. No. 45226, Issued)  at Vancouver on thc 4th October,1898) intend,  60 days from the date hereof, to apply to the-  Mining Recorder for a Certificate 01 Improvements for. the purpose of obtaining a crown  grant'of tbo above mineral claim.  And further take notice that action under .  Section 37 muit be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  *       *   EDGARA. BENNETT.  Dated this 26th day of Sentemberv18a9.   TZ-S������  /  __sa__  mm

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