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 j&JISTJD  # '-^-.."'*^.-���������.-",  N������V281904-  RAILWAY ,;.,M- -B N'S   JOURNA U\k*BIA-B  Vol    XV: NO.  23  REVELSTOKE B. C.   THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER ������4, 1904  $2 OO a Year in Advance  Department Store.  Christmasjl^esents  You will soon bc looking* for something to buy for  Xmas Presents. We arc making larger preparations than  usual and will have something for every one of you. Come  in and look around.  I*-*.*., J*-J.**11������_������M-.*HI tr*-)  ens  Clothing  Having made a success  many ot our other Departments we havecome  to the concluston   that  we can   sell   you   your  Clothing.       We   have  "looked into  the   matter  thoroughly and picked  out the best   wholesale  tailors    in    Canada   to  manufacture    Clothing  for you.    We can show  you all the New Cloths  and Tweeds in the new  styles.       Buying  your  "Clothing from us.-you have- the jsame" selection'as-?you  ,  woiild in a City Store,   with prices from   30 --to - 40 .per  cent.    lower    than   you   usually pay  in  interior towns.'  Remember you have   our guarantee behind  every garment.    This is worth investigating.       Come in and talk  to us.     It will bc worth your while.  FRIDAY SNAPS"  We have a 23 inch Black Satin, heavy and bright  finish.     Regular price $1.06. FRIDAY'���������65c  Ladies'Cashmere Hose, all-wool, full size, seamless.  Regular 50c. stocking. You can have two pairs on Friday  for 75c.  Flannelette in Light Color, S3 inches wide. , As regular  15c. Flannelette.      On Friday you can buy 10 yards for $1.  Turkish Toweling in Dark Colors, nice for Rollers.  Reg. Price 25c. per yard.     Friday���������6 yards for $1.00.  A New Line of  Ladies Shoes  A shipment of Ladies'  Fine Shoes has just  arrived that will interest you. New Styles  in evening and street  wear. Come and see  them.  MEN'S SOLED SHOES  ' This is just the Shoe  you want for this .time  of year. Thick Sole,  ,wel|. lined, and water  proof. Wear this shoe  and keep your feet dry.  Easy, Comfortable  (. B. HUME k (0,  BYE-ELECTION  FOR KOOTENAY  And    Yale-Cariboo ��������� Liberals  Returned bv Large Majorities  I    ���������A Solid- Seven- for the Dominion House from B. C.  The result of the elections on Tuesday in Kootenay and Yale-Cariboo  constituency for the Dominion House  of Commons is tlie, return of Xy~. A.  Galliher and Duncan Ross. Liberals.'  the former for Kootenay by a majority of 597 'over his opponent Hon.  C. H. Mackintosh," the Liberal-Conservative candidate,- and the latter  had a ma;jority"of nearly 100 over the  Liber'al-Conservatiye candidate, Mr.  Martin Burrell.  - js-,  - - -t- - - -  The Socialist candidates, Mr. Baker  for Kootenay, and Mr. Mills Jor Yale-.,  Cariboo, hoth lost their deposits.   . ,    i  The tight has been a keen one -for  the past two weeks, and while it was  generally conceded that the Liberal'  candidates should win, there'was no.  I relaxation by the friends of ��������� the  Liberal-Conservative- candidates who  put up a splendid -fight, Against ��������� tremendous odds. In Bevelstoke the,  excitement that usually.,takes place"  during polling hours was not evident..  The Conservatives'of.tbis. city, and*  particularly among 'the young men,:  worked hard for the past', two weeks  and right up to the hour of closing the"  polls, which was most gratifying.  The public generally are pleased'  that the elections are over and ^business has again resumed normal conditions. - ���������    ',  The following is a'list of the vote at  the different polling' stations as far as  has. heen received :      ..-,  .  11  21  61  2  10  22  30  8  10  12.  27  19  21  3  12  11  14  11  0  8  5  7  Kitchener ....... ���������  Cfeston   JXtbyie City ..........  Kiiuberley.........:..  Fort Steele .'."...."."...  Fort Steele Junction.  "Ryan  ....  Marysville ..-..'. ,t  Mioux '���������...'   Carruthers' Mill   Wardner'   Bull River   Perry Crk. (Old Town)  Wattsburg   Wasa '   Gateway   Rykerts   Jaffi'iiy   Elko    ,   Morrisey Mines .���������  Carbonado   .'  Morrisey  .-  Coal Creek    Sparwood.".   Michel    J...  The Loop   Crow's Nest...... J...  'Molly Gibson Landing  .Galena Bay    ^McCullough Creek"...  Revelstoke Lum. Co's''  -'   Camp (Big Bend)  '.Eikmouth.'. '.'.  "Sinclair".;-.   'Fairmont '.'.'.  -Thunder Hill  -.  The latest summary received up to  the time" of going, to press is as follows:  .    Ga'lliher .'Ji ..." 2281  . ,   '    Mackintosh.    .   .    .   1670'  Baker.   .   .'".   .    .     60������  , In Yale-Cariboo  the latest returns  to hand"are as follows':  Ross . . . c . ..-1528  Burrell . *.'.> '.' . . 1433  Mills   ..'..-"..     383  OPERATIONS  AT EVA MINE  ��������� ***** ***** ***** ***** ***** ***** ***** ***** ***** ***** *  ***mr 1X* ���������Ir* lili'* *X* *XP W *X* "X  *X* ~;  o  2  9-  20  14  15  15  10  .-._- 13  5  2  1  8       20  6  1 0  5 0  3 0  1 0  Polling Place,-.  ~',t--- .-J-:--Ei vir&tZ-A.-i..  'c5  .-S3'  ---.5 f  ��������� s  ���������������  Rosslabd >'.. iS$t '������. .'  Nelson   361'  Trail " ......" 69  Revelstoke .....*  190 =,  Kaslo  ill  Cranbrook  200  Fernie '.. 161 -"  234  157  102  180  97  141  81,  |i 56  78  8  :42  24  6  30  , 1  5  0  5  -0  Cistlegar   0  Fire Valley   Deel* Park "   -.,  Burton City '..  .'.  28  18  4  St. Leon   37  43  1  18  12  1  17'  12  1  Camborne A. 'J.'..  10  23  10  Wigwam .'..'..;-  2  2  0  - '4  3"  6  10  1  0  Iliecillewaet ....".....'"'  ���������4 '  -'4  0  Glacier'...'. .A.   ��������� '8"  12  0  12  10  "   0  -   0"  4  0  3  2  0  Golden   88  20  0  15  4  1  Field "  10  13  '    '3  Hog Ranche    _4-,   2__  ___0  3  4  '0  Spillliinacheen.'.   8  0  2  8  0  0  28  17  8  30  3  ���������33  1  '0  1  Wancta .."-.,.'   ������������������  ������������������  .*'.  Salmo ....... ....  Ymir   13  T  jl-  Ymir Mill ..A.   21  5  13  Queen Mine .....  ..  '  ./..  ...'  Arlington Mine   0  2  3  Second Relief Mine ..  ,.  , .  .,;  Velvet Mine   ..  , .  ..  Patterson   '-..'  .'.  Milligan's Cainp ".'.." .  3  4'  0  Slocan Junction .....  7  6  1  Winlaw ..'.'...   11  8  0'  Slocan City."."........  37  32  44'  Enterprise Landing..  1  1  12  Sil vertori ... .*........  7  13  12  New Denver. .. Ji.'..  33  19  5  Rdseberry .';'.',",". ,..*.'  18*  ������������������a-  8  Three Forks;'..".'.',",..Ji  ,9  ��������� 7  7  Sandbn ..............:  28  23  00  McGuigan A J.........  ..  '.-. .  ...  Whitewater .........  7  0  15  Lardo ...............  8  5  1  Poplar   Trout Lake City.....  22  "47  3  Ferguson .......'.."..'.'  11  11  32  Ainsworth... .7......  11  11  1  Pilot Bay .' '..���������  ..  Granite _...'."-.   .  9  1  0  Athabasca Mine .   ..  ,.  ,.  ..  ..  ) i  .,  Proctor..........   1  3  0  14  7  ��������� 3  BIG STRIKE  ON STANDARD  .pifteeiCFeet - or^Splid' ;Hi"i:b  '" "Grade'Gold Copper-'Ore Encountered at Depth of iSo- ,ft.  ;   on the .Standard Group.  Mr." Rumens, Superintendent of the  'Prince-Mining. Company's properties  at Standard Basin, has just arrived  from the mine and was interviewed hy  the Herald. He reports the piesent  drift on the ore to be one hundred and  fifty feet in length all -in ore, in fact  the ore is much wider than the width  of the tunnel. At the 150 foot point,  Mr. Rumens ran a cross cut across the  ore from the foot to the hanging wall  and.with tliis cross cut tunnel showed  the ore at this point to be fifteen feet  in width, the ore being of most excellent quality. Mr. Rumens is continuing this drift which holds its course  north five degrees west with remarkable tenacity, the walls of. this big  lead are perfectly defined the foot wall  being talc, morc than two feet wide  'and the hanging wail being dioritic  . schist. The ore is perfectly free at  both walls and all the conditions indicate great permanency to this great  ore body. Mr. Rnmens has not, the  slightesfdoubt but"lhat~ it- wiU~.go  down to a great depth, the drift is  now 150 feet below the surface and *iV  rapidly gain ing in depth'as tbe work  progresses.  Repairing of Tram Line About  Completed ��������� Survey Being-  ^Made for Air Pipe Line From  Compressor to Mine.  Despite   the    inclemency   of   the  weather, surface operations at the Eva  mine have been vigorously carried on  this week.     All  the   towers  of  the  tramline   which   were   burned  down  last August have been replaced and  made   ready   to  receive   the   cables.  Timbers for ths upper   terminal are  now being  framed   and   placed   into  position, and another week should see  the terminal nearly completed.    The  bull wheel has not arrived yet but is  expected here by the time the terminal  is ready to receive it.   Mr. J. McLeod,  under whose supervision the" tram is  being repaired, expects to have everything in running order in about two  weeks, provided the weather does not  hamper operations.    The new bunk-  house was moved into this week.   The  interior of the building is not   completed yet,   but   this   will be done as  soon as the tram is able to haul up the  lumber required for the work.   Water  has   been   piped' into   the   boarding  house; the water being procured from  a spring about-150 feet further up the  hill from, the structure,    A survey is  now being made by. E.  Salisbury for  the air pipe line from  compressor to  mine; construction   of  the   pipe   line  will commence as soon as the survey is  completed,  all- the pipe being now on  the ground. Negotiations were opened  for getting a supply of" air from the  Oyster  compressor' but  did   not  go  through,   so   the  Eva   people    have  decided to install, a compressor this  winter.   A. A. Gracey, manager, was  in this week lookingover the property.  BOURNE BROS.  O Hay, Oats, Bran, Shorts, Feed Wheat,  1* Flour, Rolled Oats, Etc.  ^ Bacon, Hams,   Eggs,  Groceries  and  ty Canned Goods, Etc., Etc.  ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY AS   RECEIVED  BOURNE  ty  ty  '. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. .***-. Jr. Jr. .*T. ."K .���������j*. .***. .**K ***". Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.  rVP ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  100 CENTS  ONDObiAR  Mill  Company to Pay-Mechanics' Wages in Full-^-Prompt  Action by Chief- Commissioner  R. F. Green ���������  sworn in  Lieutenant-  The Ontario Government  Tokonto, Nov. 22.���������Premier Ross  Cabinet was completed tq-day, the  following Ministers being  this..afternoon by the  Governor:  Hon.- G.   W.   Ross,   Premier  and  Treasurer.  Hon. Richard Harcourt,-Minister of  Education.  Hon. F.   R.   Latchford,   Attorney-  Geheral.  ���������   Hon. John Dryden, Minister of Agriculture.  Hon. W. A. Charlton, Commissioner  of Public Works.  Hon. A. (J. MacKay,  Commissioner  pf Crown Lands.  - Hon. George P. Graham, Provincial  Secretary.  Hon. J. M. Gibson, Minister of Cabinet without portfolio.    .  - Hon. F. E. A. Evanturel,  Minister  without portfolio.  Curling.  -The* annual general meeting of the  Revelstoke Curling Club, is called for  this evening at 7.3Q. o'clock, in Ufa. 3  Firo Hall, when officers will be elected  and arrangements made for the present  curling season. All interested are requested to be present.  The people of Kaslo riding certainly  did  not' make - a * mistake when they  elected R.R. Green to represent them  in   the provincial -house nor did the  government do wrong when they gave  him charge of the Lands and Works  department.    A, message   from   Mr.  Green to the Lardeau Review Friday  said he hud  received  word from the  solicitor of the company that urrange-  tnents  were   made   to   pay lhe men.  An answer was returned to the effect  Ihat a wire was received from Nelson  along that line hut that there was no  assurance   cf  it and to hold licenses  until   the   money   was   paid.   This is  the  outcome  of  the petition sentto  the Chief Commissionerof the Lands  and Works Department last Monday  niorning asking that the timber licen-  *ses  of  thc  Sawmill Company bejiot  renewed  until"* they  had  settled all  wage claims  and  judging from   the  message from the Chief Commissioner  and also the swift way in which the  Company has come to time Mr. Green  lost no time in giving his ultimatum  to pay or lose their limits.  The thanks of the community are  certainly due and arc extended to Mr.  Green for the prompt manner in  which he has acted iu bringing these  men whose methods are bringing  disgrace on our province..  E. E. Chipman came up from Kaslo  on Friday night on instructions from  the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works to go into the trouble! of  non-payment of wages by the mill  company. We trust however, that  even before this issue reaches the  public all matters under dispute will  .be settled and the men. get one hun  dred cents on the dollar.  As we go to press tho boys are  receiving their cheques from the mill  company. 'Rah- for Bob Green, for  he's the boy who did it. 'Rah for your  local paper, for that was the medium  which did the trick. Lardeau Mining  Review.  [ It is to be hoped now that this precedent has been established, that it  will be made apply to all similar cases  throughout the province.]  THE LEADING STORE  Our Stock is the  Largest, Cheapest, and the Best Selected  For Fall Purchasers  DRESS   GOODS  Here we have taken particular pains to he next to the London  and Paris fashions and can show you Goods wliich Dame Fashion  says  are right.  LADY'S   CLOTH  In the Leading Colors���������Green. Brown. Blue, Red .ind Black,  with Lighter and Darker Shades for Strapping, will be found among  the most Fashionable Dresses tliis fall.  TWEED   SUITINGS i  ������������������ We have some Trade Winners in all Dark and Lighter Shades  of Imported Scotch Tweeds at very low  Prices.     Drop   us a note  - and we will be pleased to send samples.  "     -- . -���������      '   FOR" EVENING   WEAR ���������   -----  -  Among the Leading Shades shown this Season in.Voiles, Silk  Wraps, Eolienne and Crepe de Chene of which we have a Dice range  to choose from.  DRESS   TRIMMINGS  In this Line we have everything to be found in the Very Latest  Fashions.  MEN'S   WEAR .DEPARTMENT  We have just taken into Stock a New Supply of Clothing, Hats  - and Caps, Sweaters, Shirts, Ties, Underwear and Boots and Shoes.  An Inspection of these Lines will convince you ol thet* Unequalled  Values.  PAY   THE   STORE   A  VISIT  Whether you buy or not  we will be pleased to give you any  Information vou desire about our New Stock.  \  'DRESSMAKIHC DEPARTMENT NOW IN FULL SWINC FOR FALL ORDERS  *  W. J. GEORGE,  Mackenzie  Avenue.  MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.  J  ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty tyl tyl ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty  Turn Your Thoughts f  in Our Direction    I  K. of P.  The nomination for officers for the  ensuing term will take place in Castle  Hall next Wednesday evening, Nov.  30th. A full attendance of members  of the lodge is requested.  When in need of Men's and   Boys'   Furnishings, our large and elegant range entitles us to  prices  eye to economy  your   consideration.      Our   moderate  convinces everyone with an  - that this is the place to buy.  Have you seen our New Stock of Neckwear���������they are very much ' admired and  already a great number of them have been  sold. We have a nice line, one to a box,������������������  just the Xmas present for your best fellow.  Before buying call and see our range of  Men's and Boys'Wear.  J. G. Macdonald      {  Successor to Macdonald & Monteith tp*  UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS ty  FIRST   STREET. X  FIT REFORM. CLOTHING STORE. J  rtytytytytytytytyty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty SK  -<*'  ���������J&^ii,  'A:' ������������������-l*---<,'������������������'  irAH  Thirty Years Before  the Public.  Twelve Thousand in  Actual Use.  C.v Tliey are lhe pi'oduct of money, brains and experience-suh-  (""_ .staulinl Piiiuos for people who buy, but one instrument in a  ���������JJi. life time. Tliey look well, sound well and wear well. Yet  At wiih all their goodnes-i they arc sold at a reasonable price on  ������*. easy terms. A card with youi' name ami adiiies.-s will bring  l':. yoii our illustrated catalogue and an explanation of oui* easy  ���������-! lime system of payments, of which you may avail yourself, no  -"���������""  matter where you live.  MASON    &    RSSCH    PIANO   CO.,   LTD.  32 KING STREET WEST,  TORONTO,  ON   .  J. IVSacleod, Agent, Second Street.  Revelstoke Herald and  Railway Men's Journal.  Puhli.slied every Tlinr.sday. Stilweription $:i  por year.   Atlvertiriiiig rates on application.  Changes of advertisements must be in before  noon on Wednesday to insure insertion.  Job Printing in all its branches promptly and  neatly executed.  STEALING TH  Thursday, Nov.  2-1, 100*1-.  COMING TARIFF REVISION  The 'Laurier 'government liaving  been returned to power \ve may expect that' an investigation will be  immediately begun with a,, view to  revising the tariff along the lines  .proposed hy ilr. .Fielding in his lust  budget   speech   and  ennlirrned by Sir  '.Wilfrid "Laurier and the Liberal cuV-  u .. ��������� ���������  ��������� didates in general dining the recent  election campaign. That is we arc'to  have a .maximum '-tarilf on goods imported from high tariff foreign countries, a minimum turi'l' on goods  imported from low tarilf foreign countries iind then below tliat tho ISricish  preferential tarilf. It is exceedingly,  important that in this revision of the  tariff the. lowest duties, vi/.., those  levied upon goods of British irmnufnc-  ture shall not be too low. Up to the  present time it lias been customary to  refer to the 'duties imposed under the  preferential clause-of the tariff as the  minimum duties. But "Mr. Fielding's  pioposed minimum and maximum  tin iff is something quite apart from  this. In explaining his proposal he  s "id there would be a maximum tarilf,  a minimum tarilf and then below that  a British preferential taiili'. The  business man who is -asking how high  tiie duties should he must bear in  mind the fact that the so-called iiiini-  J11 mil tariff will not actually lie the  minimum tariff, for lhe British preferential cut must oome off In-low that  ajrain.     The   maximum    tariff   must  Confession of Crooked Returning Officer, Implicates Ontario  Ministers���������The Bogus Ballot  Boxes. . o  Belleville, Nov. 19.���������At the enquiry  into the charge of criminal libel brought  by E. Gus Porter, ALT?., against T.'S".  Carman, publisher, yesterday, P. A.  Lott,-'brother of B. O. Lott, the Liberal candidate in the recent elections in  Wi-st'Ii.-istings, swore positively that  his brother had told him that he first  hoard of the bogus ballot boxes, which  were, found in his (Lott's) polling  booth, from one Vance, in Toronto,  Who told him that the bye-election in  Noith Oxford had been 'stolen v by  iBcnns of tlicsc. boxes. B. O. Lott had  also told him that the Ontario government, liad paid. $50,000 for the patent,  of the boxes, that lie had gone to  Frontenac to seo Shibley, thc;Liberal  candidate there; that Shibley had  given him "a letter to a man in Kingston, Who explained lhe'.-working of  the boxes to him and had said that  "only God Almighty could boat the  Itoss government at tbe next election."  With these boxes "you could keep.the  sheep fiom the goats all the time."  Witness said his solo object in exposing tins matter was beeu use his conscience troubled him and be could not  commit perjury, and would not bc a  p.irty to robbing any nvui of bis  franchise. Lott's evidence caused a  sensation. \  fie. A shaft of dust and smoke was  thrown two bundled yards out of the  mouth of the main workings.  1). Da rey was the only man who escaped from tho awful deathtrap, and  he had an experience he will never.fur-  get. He waa a driver and wa.s on his  way out when the shock came, lie  heard a great nnise in the interior of  tin' mine, '.'.-'"owed by a migbty rush  of dust and gu". lie made liis way  into the Ii:u:ie!-mcii:'h, where hu '\v--s  irsi'it'-d by friends, lie is **u(Vei ing severely from the shock. Mine Manager  Simister ami (ienei'.il Superintendent  Drinnaii have lieen at the sclmm; of the  accident ever since it nculined. Everything was done to expedite the work  of lescue, though it was known that  iionu of the "entombed men could  possibly escape.  A similar blowout occurred at this  colliery la.st year, when four men met  death.  Government Inspector Morgan i.s  here, having but two days ago completed a lour of the mine.  Coroner Tiites has impaneled a,-jury,  whose foreman is D. Clarke. After  viewing tho bodies, tbe ini'iiiiy adjourned to November 23, when the  inquiry will be resumed.  "HE UNDERSTANDSWOMEN  IV  il  ATM0RR1SSEY  ;~     THE CHINESE DUDE  Classed rs f������ 1'a.rvciio antl Scorned Accorli**  x   lnely���������Hu Him Very J'uiiuy Habiti.  First of all. to a guile a Chinaman  of pretensions must boast of aa ancestry.  With a lineage of merely five hundred years or so he would be classed  ns a parvenu aud scorned accordingly.  To have any social prestige a family  inust date back one, two or threo  thousand years. Money may be of service aad Influence in some ways. It  may even buy oflice. But it plays no  part in the Chinaman's social condition. It entitles him to no social-consideration whatever.  To bo a society man in China cos-  tume is all important. But it must  he inherited. Rare furs, embroideries,  Oriental stones, especially fine bits oi  jade or raTe tint, ara handed down,  just as family, plate is. in England, ta  add lustre io ".a" great name.  -On social occasions of great moment the Chinese dude arrays .himself.  in the costume of liis ancestors, in embroidered robes," in the richest furs,  sable and silver fox, and dons the invariable sign of grandeur���������a jade ring  itself is about one inch wide "and la  worn on the thumb. /; '  >  The condition o������ the nails denotes  rank, prestied, power. The dudo al-  lows-hls-tb grow about one inch and a  half long, sometimes two inclies.  They often curl over like the talons  of a bird, showing that the "high  born" is quite above the pale of manual labor.'.-. -���������'���������.'���������  These things���������tho . claw-Uko nail3,  the light green' jade ring, the gorgeous  embroideries several generations old,  the rich furs���������assert his social rank,  just as the'number of outriders indicate his official position.  If not too exalted iu rank the Chinese man of fashion goes to the playhouse for his chief recreation.  t*r.lctl3=B In SuUm-lm:*. Towns imil Mako'*  Jllouny.  In ortfer to save a dime, Uio averago  ���������woman often squanders a dollar. Tlio  purchase of an article at the bargain  counter by which she saves nino cents  eo Intoxicates her with delight that sho  will often spend $5 on other things for  ���������which she pays the full market valuo  and something over. She only figures  on the nine cents that she has saved.  That is why the bargain counter pays.  There Is a man who i.s turning to  Rood account his knowledge of this  peculiarity of feminine nature In tlio  suburban towns round ab-.'-t-t Kc\v  York, and he does not complain of tho  competition c-f the big department  Etorcs either. Ho drives around in a  tioi-so and buggy. He calls at hours  when tho men folks are all absent, ln  lho metropolis hunting the nimble dollar.  His buggy ls laden with biu /fains In  Gloves, hosiery,aad other articles o������  Cominina apparel; also towels, napkins and othor household requisites,  lie tells his customers that these aro  samples only. They represent the salvage from some big dry goods store  that got singed by fire in an adjoining  "building. He offers them at prices tliat  ere literally dirt cheap. But he will  take orders only in lots of a dozen or  more, and promis-as delivery within a  fiveek.  He gots orders, especially if he happens to strike a summer boarding  (house, whore feminine enthusiasm assumes a contagious form. When ho  lias booked all tho orders he casually  displays somo pieces of dress goods  contained In a box stowed away under  the buggy seat. There is an instant  demand to know what they are and  what he wants for them. They aro  eome things, he says, that have been  ieft over from other sales, and which  he is selling for cash, but he shows no  anxiety to get rid of them. They figure lt out that having saved so much  on the things they have ordered away  below cost, they can afford to be a bit  extravagant.  So they buy the dress goods. Tho  man pockets the money and departs.  The baa-gains they have ordered never  coma Then some of the women beglM,  to speak of him as a swindler. But ht  Isn't, as some of them learn from the  police. Ho understands women and  their ways, and knows how to niakf  that knowledge pay.  X't Woro the X>A8scn*-'t!x,s Disappointed.  When'the electrically propelled car  reached the junction of Sixth avenue,  Broadway and Thirty-fourth street, it  came to a stop with a suddenness that  hurt the feelings of the elderly passengers and>caused one of the, younger  ones to say a bad word.- To be sura,  this electric car had made a number of  sudden stops���������unnecessarily sudden, it  eeemed to most of the inmates���������sinco  lt began Its journey down Amsterdam  avenue, but there had been no such  ���������sudden stop as this stop at the threo  cornered junction.  The elderly passengers, with an enforced equanimity born of long experience, sighed and told each other that  this was probably another, blockade,  and then, their duty done, resumed  their newspapers1 at the .point where  the stoppage had broken them off. A3  for the younger passengers, tliey  crowded around the doors, and it was  one of these, looking out of the front  entrance, ; who , mado the discovery.  (With an evident intention of informing the people at the other end of the  city, he. shouted :  " "There's a man been run over. His  it-heel's -smashed, and:he's lying under  the fender, just about dead!"  Then the rest of the younger passengers swarmed out on the front platform, and even tha elderly contingent  put. their heads out of the windows.  | The unfortunate cyclist was in plain  If too i  sight   His wheel had been caught un*  \V       ^=*.:  " J*,,-.1*;-.  mmmmmmtm  (-St*���������  SOCIETIES.  Ucil Rose ncprce inpitis setoiiil nnd fount  Tuosiliivs ofi'iii-li I'loiuh* Whito Rose  I)Oi*rii  incuts lliirilTucsilii*,* of carli qmirlcr, iiiUitilfcl-  lows Hull.   Vtsfllni* brullirvu woleoim*  T. 11. HA K KK, H, COOK I',  rrc.-iiitenl. Sciirulary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658  ���������SCKiilur meeting's arc liulil in the  O.liiuillow'.slUlI on the Third Kri-  duy of each month, at X p.m. sharp.  Visltdu* brethren cordially invited  u>- W. II. l'l.EMINl., W. M  J. AU11KSON, lUc-See.  KOOTEXAY STAR, P., B. P.  Meets on First Tuesday of every month, in  I. O. O.IMIull.  ���������>        J. ."dlESON. W. P.  J. II, Ali.M.-i'J'llOKU, Kko.  Gold Range Lodge, K. of P.,  No. 2G, Reuelstoke, B. C,  ���������JUfKETS   EVEKY   \VE1.NESD.\S'  ������t   in   Oddfellows'     Mall   nt 8  o'clock.     Visiting   Knights are  cordially invited.  ���������JOl'DO*. JiKOC'v, C. 0.    ' ...  STEW A UT McDONAI.P, K. ol P.. it S.  H. .,, BROWN, M. nf I\ '  ������������������������������������������  93+-  ^*���������������  es**-  css*--���������  o-  ������>-  ���������SB-*-  i  a   cai  To wr.'ir {.'.nod yl.'isses. To those who have to work  and fei'l lh.it llieir eyes are continually ncliin^  from thit eau:-;* should wear a pair. Tbe trouble i.s  tlmt t In' majority of people do not know that the  Huhl. glasses will j;ivc thai needed rest.  XVE \V1LI". KXA.MINl'l VOUlt KYliS F1JEI3 OF  tVJlAlitil'1, and if you feel 1 hai. you are justified in  wearing Lclasse.s we can iit you. A lai'ffe ipuintify  always in stuck.  WM     Al  8   OPI1    WATCHMAKER,  tl^Ba  M^SLr-^-ficS*- AMD optician  ���������^  -*>  AAS-y:AAAy:Ayy  i  Camp Mountain View, C. W. 0. VI.  Meets in Selkirk LI nil every Second and  I'O'irih-Friiliivof each moulh al S p. ill. Visiting Choppers cordially invited tit attend.  F. lI.HOUIt.NE, Con.Coui.  II. Vi. EDWAimS, Clerk.  LEGAL  )IIN* M A NNINU SCOTT,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  first Street  lturclslol'0,'13. C.  r^ARVEY, II'CARTKS ,t PINKHAM  TSarrislers, Solicitors. Etn.  Solicitors for liniicrial Bank of-Cnnada.  Compnnv fniuis luloan nt8 percctit. ,  ���������FinsT Btukkt, Kevelstoke u. C:.  Dr.   Morrison  '.,    BIONTIST  tiaieo Ovor Dews' Drug Store, Jlnckcnzie Ave'  MOSCR'OP  BROS.  Plumbing-, Steam and Hot Water  Heating,  Electric Wiring- &  .Bell Works.  Pipes. Valves- and Fittings.  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C  HdWT .SUFFER  Af2Y LG-NCSS  Have Ycur  EYES  J. GUY BaRBER,   -   Jeweller, Optician  >������^r--T!*J-*���������������**������^>---^*ri--H---^^ iij ^-^l!a'll������^-^^=^������^^H^^^l^^'^^M^^^lJ^wil  REAL ESTATE AGENTS.  CONVEYAKGEHC NOTARIES PUBLIC  .   ��������� 1^/~.-,' f C.P.R.  Townsite Mara Townsite  .AGL.M0 ].<OIv(     .. Gerrard Townsite.  .������������������.��������������������������� f Fire and   Life   Insurance   Companies���������  \ only Reliable Ones.  AGENTS FOR���������Canada Permanent Mortgage Corporation '  COAL  MERCHANT      -   i    i  Fuii tireet,  Gp. MacdcsiaSd & Eftonteith's  n^*-awiT{-*-ji>.u-ii*������My.i������ii!.r*i.i^iiMl.-J������uw^  oiesaie  H. W. Edwards, '.  "Taxidermist.  ANIMALS  DEER   HEADS,    BIRDS  MpUNTED.  REVELSTOKE,  B. C  ]).'.:fcssirily lKTvery iiificiriTigiiei'tiiTTiT  :iny lari'T Canad.i has yet had in oilier  tn allow of two cuts. If itis not the  ijiiotcction will he altOK<.thi'i' inaile-  quate. In this revision tin* crucial  point to Canadian !ii;uiiifactiiii-:s will  lie the duties levied upon goods of  "British uinnufactiirc and uiiIush our  lnanufaotui.-rs can Ik; ,'i.-le(|tiately pro-  ti-ctod ajjainst those of the .Mothi?r  I'uUiitry, with its superior facilities,  lower inteiest and lower waffi s. any  arrangement will fail to accomplish  I'-al good to Canada.  it wa.s agreed by the politicians on  both sides of the House last session  that in recent years i'ailiimient bad  lieen called too late and its sittings  liave consequently lx-c-n prolonged  late into the summer. Tho intention  evidently i.s to open earlier next lime  aid it is therefore important that no  time should be lost in starling the  tariff enquiry in order that the government may be able lo present the  new tariff early iu the session.���������Calgary Herald.  Terrible Blow-out-of-Gas__Took  Christmas will soon be here���������  an advertisement in Tiik I-Ii*:k-  ALD will bring you increased  Holiday Trade. Advertising  rates on application.  Place Friday at Carbonado  Colliery Near Fernie���������Fourteen  Killed.  Fl-'iiN'll-*. "B. C'.. Xov. 10.���������Fourteen  miners were killed at noon 011 Friday  il an explosion of dust and gn* In Xo  1 mine at Carbonado, which i.s tbe  name of the largest colliery .it .Morris-  sey, ten miles west of Ferine.  Fifteen nu'ii only weie in the mine  at the time. So terrible wa.s the shock  of the explosion and the .subsequent  rush of gas that but one man escaped  anrl he wa.s much neiiroi'the entrance  to the shaft than any of the otheis.  To-day the coal-mining towns are in  mourning. The work of rescue was  carried on.steadily ajl yesterday afternoon and last night. Twelve bodies  have so far been recovered, which  leaves only two to be accounted for.  The main level wa.s found this morning to he badly blocked, and the work  of clearing this passageway is proceeding very slowly. Though the accident occurred further in, the bodies  of the men so far recovered were found  on the 111 it it) level, proving that there  had been considerable warning whicli  tho men made use of. Koine had run  a distance of four hundred feet beforo  tliey were overcome with gas and fell  down to die.  The force of the explosion wus terri-  htgh up in the social scale for such a \ der the front -wheels of the car, and ha  Journey the plavers come to him and j  himself "*vas so fastened as to be una*  be enjoys the theatre at nomc. We t0 move.   His face.was white, and  Unwritten law    requires    that    tho     no sound came from his lips.   An eld  , , ,    . .        _ ,    .v.   '       ,,    ���������.     gentleman   in   the  car   despatched   a  Elass of fashion and the mould C. ; Newsboy* for the nearest doctor. A  lorui (ia China) must be an expert. ;. motfcerly o]d sou] reached down: into  with oow and arrow, an accomplished j a ret-cuie and brought out a smelling  horsemen and a proficient gambler.-j bottle. - The men. generally looked  So gambling, no dude; noblesse ob- I grave and talked of identifications and  Use. ; things, and took the numbers of the  Gambling enters into every transac-"! motorman and conductor, and mur-  tion of the man's life. In a restaur- S mured hard words about criminal care-  ant, for Instance, some game of chanca ! l8ssn<33S and the like. And the con-  is playea with the cashier, to se* ��������� "-"ctor', with a troubled face, went  whether the price of the dinner is to. ! ^ound gett ng the names of passen-  .    ,  ,     it    v A      A. Si-i.-     Kers vrho might he expected to. testify  be twice the sum charged or wbetbei  > .M hls m^po,.,.------^ ln the matter.   '.  "2 i'J? -5?IC��������� M-^hn^h  tr        Then they set to work and pulled tho  With the jade ring on his thumb. Jr.-{ f!0nL ot ^ ���������, o3: the cauHe-of it aU.  silken j.obe3,&with^Bmi-ioidea&s_^th^^^A  pleased    hi3    great-great-grandfather, :r tjiinseif and reached for his wheel.  ;' For Sale by Tender.  The -City Council is prepared to reeoivo Ten tiers  for thu purchase of the old rich oni liuildinu atand-  tny iu the .south west corner of-th-e j^roumlH.  . The. purchaser will lie ru*f|uii,e(l".tu niovc the  building a'way witli in'' two weeks" from date of  purchase. ..���������...���������..  Kuch tender must he accompanied hy a marked  i'hequ'e *(|)ayahlo to- the City-Treasurer) for the  amount offered.  Tendeis to reach the'undersigned on oi hefore  No\*. 41 101H. .    The .highest  or  any-tender, not    necessarily  accepted.       *    "    . .      . .      li. FLOYD,  -    City Clerk.  Bated Oct. -20th, 1904.  ���������-��������� Fish -and Gamie m Season.  First Street,   -   Revelstoke* B. O. *  .���������oi������ija^u'^-r*a*WCT!^gCT-<-*r-jr7**-*^^ *��������������� j.r������������^rj1B������in  REOPENED REMODELED'.  Two Doors  South  ef the New fm penal   Bank  'Premises'formerly occupied by Union Restaurant.  KVirs. BVlcKitrick, IVtanageress.  Open at all hours.  Meal Tickets Issued.  . Short Orders tastefully served.  Terms Moderate.  preceded and followed by a rotinu-i nt  servants, the Chinese dede goes out  for a fashionable promenade,''always  ���������Rith a little twig in his hand.  Upon this twig perches a littlo  irown"bir<I, which every now nad then  he tosse3 up In the air, sometimes as  high aa twenty feet. The bird circles above bim, swops down suddenly  >nd pecks a seed from his lips. Then  It flutters back to Its perch for repose,  twittering and content  In spite  of  this external  grandeur  "Prong of tho fender caught In my  sweater," h������ said, "and kept me from  getting up. Glad my wheel escaped  .will a handle bar twisted."  Bi dusted hX*nself and rode away.;  As the youns man whizzed up Broad..  way tho elder passengers sighed.disappointedly and toire up thoir memoranda  of   tbe   motorman's   and   conductor'*  numbers, .the youngor chaps said eome  bad words, and the conductor Jerked  the starting bell  so savagely  that If  snapped, and  he  had  to piece it to-'  gether with a'section, of wire ho bor-  and gorgeoua display, the Chinese : roweU from .a. plumber .on Uie back  man of fashion knows nothing what- I platform. And the only philosopher on  over of cleanliness, hygiene, personal j the car said softly: "They'd have been  decency, as understood   by tho   "red- ' Infinitely   better  pleased   if  that  had  been a case for the coroner.   Tbey fe-a|  cheated."  TAKE NOTtCK tlrnt .1 sliall hold ii  Court of Reviciion mul Appeal, under  the Assessment Act, l'MI, for the  Kevelstoke Assessment District, on  Moufliiy, the twenty-eighth day of  November, 11)01, nl the hour uf 11  o'clock iii the forenoon,' at the Court  House. Revelstokt',  Dated sil Re'.'olstoke, this 1st day of  Ni'VciiihoivlOIH.  .������������������  GIIAS- i\I.I"'IKIiI),   .Indue of tins Court of lie vision  &A|>|'i!'il,  J{ev<slstolct!  Akspss-  inent l>i.sti'ict of West Kuotc-  '.  '������������������'}'���������  haired devils of the West." Picturesque and interesting as a part of a  pageant, a closer view of the dude in  China reveals a man thafin social and  domestic life, is indeed a yellow tercel*.  HOWARD MARTIN,  ]*>ato Secretary of the United   State*  legation ln Pekin.  Hnnrimor t.ovp.  TVUe Tleiiili* on Vonaj Sljuultjero.  2ome children have wise heads set  on their diminutive   little    shoulders.  Here's an example that Ik really true.  Three' little  girls    wera   given    15  tents each by their fond mammas and  allowed to. go to a church lawn party  recently.   The next   day   they    wero  : heard discussing the event. In much tho  Merrlttr-You:look worried, my dnar, ; Bame strain that   thelr   olrtcr   E|!lt(.ra  ,*What ls.lt that is worryicg you? I W01lId Oo    RaUl oae liuIfJ cllrly liea(|.  Cora���������You know what, people aro at ..r think thoso ladles were real stingy  summer hotels? As soon as women W|Ul tnelr cakr.. '[j,^ oniy gavo ua'  get too old to dirt there is nothing fert OI)fi i!ttla ^i of a p'Geo."  for them to do .but talk scandal. Al- ���������Wh wo c,nlll(1 buya who,0 ]relt  ready your attentions to me have been eJlVo [U tJ)0 b,lkf,rjr {or 5 eent3i'. ,.hlmed  noticed and there has been bo much Jn anolher ,,ttl0 tot. ..An(, ,.,d y0ll R0(J  .talk that at last.It has reached;mam-   t!lat ja(ly givo hor wn mUu boy (hr0(J  ma's ears. .    ' pieces'."'- volunteered thc third.    "But  -. Merrltt���������But can't thoy see that it U*   tllen w0 ha(l a roal n|ct, |jm(. un(i got  Just an lnnocent.tlirtatlon? | nico iarg0 ,i|Bht,ij of Ico cream," con-  Cora���������How can thoy, my dear, you . '|,,���������ed the first epoakcr In turn.  NOTICE.  After Nov. 1st, 15)1)1,.the Sunday  t.riprt of llic Stc.'iMier "Oeo. I<\ Piper,"  between Coiinijilix, lleatnn & Arrowhead, will be discontinued, until furiher notice.  EMI-URI'". LITMBICU CO., LTD.  A, If, Dudgeon, "Munagor.  GO'Y.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  PRIME   BEEF.     PORK.   MLTT0N   . SAUSAGE.  FISH AND G AME II*^ SEASON.  have not explained to thorn  Merrltt���������-Explained to thorn? What  do yon mean? Do you expect nie to  ,post a bulletin stating that we are only  making believe?  i Cora���������It la not necessary to go an  far aa tjaat. jaiy' deiir,    Besides,  you  "Ves, nnd my   big   sister   says   wo  mustn't 'spool; aa much for out- money  nt a church sociable, 'cunso It's to help  thorn," added another of the trio. That    g  Inst remark settled it with tho Uu'CO    S  Uttio mays,���������"Woic-SBter Bey. .-������������������������������������ -������������������-���������'  ':"*  FOR SALE!!  CAIX AT THE  Empire   Lumber  Co.'s Office  As usual this Store will continue to be the Seat of  Fashion during 1904 -ancl 1905. *" Special designs in  Suitings and Trouserings. Exclusive Patterns in all the  Latest Novelties. See Our Fancy Vestings in Honeycomb effects.    They are new and pleasing.  ]    Substantial  -     arsci Di-essy SVIen  chnnot.be'well filled unless their  apparel ��������� is made to order.' , Out*  - HIGH CLASS TAILOItlNG adds  to the beaiity of u good form and  corrects the. defects of those lucking physical perfection. "We make  y.rt-r.^,1,-. . -j-������iaii-i*A������ to order and we make to lit. There  t^~.-.,rspy..j.r^-rs.^^iM'^S~    ~ is no guessing   about  our-work.  ~T-'-"-7_-���������,���������~' ii-! p/-*-��������� Our figures on measurements and  zSJ^ysSSP  ~ &? \< ������������������ ���������     ..  /rS>-*~��������� Ui'     ' our figures on prices ure correct.  ). B. CRESSMAN ��������� THE ART TAILOR.  KEVELSTOKE,  IB. O.  ���������S-W^ra*^  ��������� ������.-*^^*-������wv������������ii"a**-"i  ���������*��������� '^^y������w^i������*������i������t[j������������*W^^ MEDICAL PRACTICE IN CHINA,  ������M1 riirnlclnnn   f-avo   tlie   Xntivo   Doctor;-  liuvo Troubles or Tlivlr Own.  Dr. Johnson, a well-known medical  missionary, -who was in New Orleans  just before the attack on Tien Tsin,  .told somo curious and interesting  things about practice among the Chl-  ,n*9so. "They aro very trying patients,"  ���������lie said, "and make a strong demand on  .raid doctor's Christian forbearance. To  begin with, uo Chinaman can be United to toll tho truth about tho history of  his case; he simply will not follow directions, and if possible, ho will upset  the treatment by eating all sorts of outlandish things on tho sly���������such delicacies as green peanuts, pickled pig'*  stomach, decayed fish roes, raw turnips  und Chinese pears, which are us hard  us a rock and about as nutritious aa  'sawdust.  "Our mission hor.plt.al3 made tho  Inistake at the outset of treating everybody gratuitously, and*tho consequence  .was that they wore overrun with i>eo-  plo who were amply able to pay, and  who had no sympathy whatever with  the cause. There was absolutely no  sonso in giving away our timo and  medicine to such a class, and at present the mission hospitals have a fixed  schedule* of charges, ranging, from 5  "cash," or about a quarter of a cent,  for a quinine powder, to 2,000 cash for  n minor surgical case. Tho bona lido  paupers, of course, are treated free.  One of the large hospitals at Chefoo  tried the experiment of posting a-notice that patients would lis expected lo  deposit whatever thoy were able to givo  . in a box fastened to the front gate, and  a charitable German visitor started the  thing off by putting in 15. During tho  first month over 900 cases were treated,  indoors in clinic, and the box was then  opened. It was as empty as a drum.  Even tho ������5 had disappeared. Af tsi  that the fee system was introduced.  ,The missionary doctors are occasionally called in,by the wealthy classes,  and generally charge a good, round tea  for such service. 1 was sent for last  6prlng to prescribe for tlie mother of a.  rich magistrate, and was informed that  I would have to feel her pulse by  moans of a silk cord extending out  ��������� from the bedroom. I went throus'i  tho solemn farce, and charged 520 'for  style.' Subsequently I saw my patient  . face to face.  . "A good deal that has bean written  nbout the strange methods of the native practitioners  is all   moonshine,"  continued Dr. Johnson,"but the truth  is singular enough without any embellishment. ��������� The first task of a Chine.jo  ���������   medical student upon entering the Imperial College at Shanghai is to lenrn  the 300 'life spots'-in the human body.  lA.'life spot' is .supposed to be'a placo  through which a needle may be passed  without causing  death.   The  Chinese  "believe ��������� firmly in  demoniacal possession,, and their doctors do a great deal  of   stabbing   and   prodding   to mako  ���������holes for the purpose of letting out tho  'evil spirits that are causing"the slck-  aess.   I was caiied to see one poor 1'el-  8ow who was dying of jaundice, and  counted over eighty punctiu-es in  his  chest and arms..-The Chinese practitioners had furnished the demon with  * plenty of exits, but he declined to i!e-  jiart.   When a criminal is executed the  ^native doctors are nearly always ,on  hand to"secure sections of the body to  use in compounding their medicines'.  'A powder made of the thigh bones is  'l)elisvcd to be a specific for the disease  - known to science as 'miner's anaemia,'  . which is caused by a parasite, and easily controlled by proper remedies. Sore  eyes, due to chronic cold, or 'catarrhal  ophthalmia,' as it is called technically,  Js a very common malady ln China,  rand is treated with an astonishing pre-  .. ecripUon composed of powdered sandalwood, the 'skin' of eggs and an oU  made by boiling monkeys' toes.   ,  "I could go on by the hour recalling  other preparations equally fantastic.  "There is.absolutely nothing approaching system in Chinese medicine.   It ia  - based wholly on humbug and mystification, and that is the. reason why so  many strange and outre substances are  employed as remedies. The idea is to  awe the patient. It is an amusing fact  that during my stay in Chefoo I treated  every doctor in the city. They wouldn't  . take their own nostrums. That wns  carrying the joke too far."���������New Oiv  - leans Times-Demccr&t.  -ai.  NOT 11*13.  Notice la IiL'roby itivon tliat *J0 ilnyt* after ilnte I  intcnil to make application In the Chief Coiiuuls.  sioner of Liuiils and IVovkri for **, special lieenee  to out niul I'mry nu-ay timber from Uie following  Jeaeritieit l'llnl*- situateil in East Kuotenay :  N*.i. 1.  Comnieneiaj." at :l post planteil on the north  o.Tii!-. of Cummins civile aliont live miles from ilie  I'lil'mi'iia li.ur ami .m-.vl-.eil "li. MelJeau's norlh  .vest einner post." Iheni'O lll'.l chains eu.si,  *o:ni*i* south ^o eliains. theni".' 'vest lfin eliains,  tli'.Mii'o norlli in chains Lo the point uf conum-nce*  ilienl.  j.utu*.: irth sept. isc4.  No. -2.  I'lnn'i'i'm-iiii- at a post phinicil on the nortli  haul-: of Cummins crock, aliout live iniles from the  t'ohuuliia river ami unukeil "K. Mellean's small  .vii-t ei.r.u-i'post," tlunee east SO eliains, lhi:iii*e  aoi-lli S'J eliains, thenee west SU eliains, thenee  louth uu chains to the point of commencement,  llalniaept. 17t!i, I'JiM.  No. :!.  ('���������imiuenoinjxal a post planleil oit the uoith hauk  of t'tllii-.uius creel;  ah ml live  luiles from Ihe <'..l-  unil.i.i viwratul marlteit l'l'. Mellean's south emt  oonvr," Ihence west l-'o eliains,  thenee north til  cli.liii.*,  Ihence east nil chains,  Iheuce   smith bO  chains lo the point of coinu-cncc.uciit.  Ualotl tills 17th Sept. lMU.  No. 1  Oom*ucni'ln������ at a post p antcO nn Ilie nnrtii  lunik of ('iiiiimin.s' Creek, tit-nut .si.\ miles from  the.Columbia river, niul inurkeil ������������������ E .Mi* Menu's  Soutii West comer 1'ost," thence SO chains cist,  thence !*u chains north, thence t-o chain ������������������ west,  thence M> i'luilns south  tu llio puint of commencement.  IMtcil Sept. 17tll, 1001.  No. .I  Commeneiug at n post planted on the north  bank of I'uininiiis Creek, abuut seven miles  from the Columbia river, anil markeil ������������������!'.  Mclti-im'x North Westcorner 1'ost," Iheuce SO  ei.aiiis east, thence SO eliains .**uutli, Ihence an  chains wcsl, ilicuro-SU ehuins uorlh to ihe  poiut of commencement.  Unlud Sei't. ITtli,  No. 0  Com-mcDcitia: at a post planted on tbo north  bank ot cummins creek, about seven iniles  from the Colunilua river.ami marked " K. .McBean's Suulh West Corner Post"; liienee .so  chnins ea.-t, llienco 80 chains norlli, liienee SO  chnins wesi, ihence SO chains soulli to the  poiut of commencement.  Dated Sept. 17th, 11)01.   ' :;  ���������Ci  /&'  ���������-7  NOTICE TO nELIN-QCKNT CO-OWNKH.      - ..,,.,.,,,,, , j. i , , *_ , *.  To II. I*.Smith, or to wliom^never hemay ha\*e ! ****-$****rt*****'M^  transferrctl his inierwts in tlie Curbontite  Chief mineral claim, Minuted on Keystone  Mounitiin,   Aiig   Jlond   tli&trlot     of     West  Koolotmy.  You are hereby notitieil  tlrnt I. Henry Wilcox, co-owner wnii you in UioCarbonate'Chief  mineral claim, nbove described liave performed inbor  and   niHde oxi-ciitiiture   on the said  claim to the extent of $lu2 ���������>���������) under the provi-  sinus of Section 2-1 of the Mineral Act.iuonler  to   hold suid claim, and   the   y������iir*������ for   whicli  haid labor   tvas   i en'orincd   nnd   expenditure  made   having   expired, I do   hereby  \z\vo you  ntnice   to   contribute your proportion of Mich  expenditure;  nnd   you   nre  furiher  noli.led  thnt if at the expiration . f !>o davs of publication hereof, yon fail   or  reiuse to contribute  your proportion of the expenditure ^o made  ami re������iuired by Section 21 of the M ueral Act,  lo^etlier with all tests of tntvetti^iujr, your in-  lere^: ins ml claim .shall become vested in me  under and bv virtue of provision--' of Section *1  of the Mineral Act amended Act, liiW.  Dated ut Kfvub-lokc, It. O., August -lib, 1901,  HKS'HY WII.COX.Co-owner.  NEW  FALL  NOTICE,  ��������� Notice Is lir-ri'tn* Riven Uml thirty dnys nftor  ilnte I inlenil io upply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands anil Works for a speeinl licence  lo cut and carry awav timber from the follow-  In;,' described lands, situated ill Wcsl  Koolenay:  Coiiuncnrinr* nt "Frank I, Fowler's south  west corner post," belne; about tliree miles  smith of Mien crock, rnmiing liienee enst 10  chains, theuce norlh liiu eliains, liienee wesi  -IU chnins. iheuce south ICO chnins to the point  of ocmiiiioneeineiit.   Cniiiiiiniiig 010 acres.  Uuli.il this lath day of seplember, IUOI.  FKA.-.IC L. FOWLER.  No. 7  Common(!lii|;nt a post planted on the north  bunk of Cummins crock, about nine miles from  tlie Columbia river, and marked ���������.���������J*'. McUean's  North West Corner Post." thenee SO ehuins  east, thence SO chains south, thence SO chains  west, llienco SO chains north lo thu uoint of  commencement. .  Dated Sopl. lDtli, 1901  No. S  Commencing nl a po.-t pl.uitcd ou tbe north  lainkof ..uuimiiis ereek. about nine niiles from  lhe Columbia river, und marked ������������������ 1*.. Mcllemi's  South West Corner I'osi," thonco, SO eliains oust  tbence 1*0 chains north, tl'.euce 80 chain * west,  tlience SO chaius souih to tlio point of commencement  Dated Sept. 10th, 1101.  -���������?��������� '.���������'���������' No. 9  Commencing- ftt a post plnntod on the cast  bauk of C.unituius creek, about nine miles  from the Columbia river and mnrked "E. .Mc-  Iloan's North Hast Corner 1'obt," thencu HI  chains west, thence SO chains south, theuce SO |  ciiains cast, tlience Iio eliains north'to the  point of commencement.  -Mated Supl. l'Jlli, ll-ul.  No  10  Commericiu!; at a post planted on tho north  bauk of Ciimmnis ercclc, ahout- uinu miles  from the-Columbia river, and marked '-1-1.  -ileHeau's-Jjiiih lia'stcorner I'nsl," thunee SO  chain-, west, ihenco.io ehuins norlh, thenee SO  chains cast, Llienco 1*0 chains south to the  p-iiii'. ui commencement.  ''.Hed te, I. l'Jlli, IUOI.  NOTICE.  Notice is liereby Riven that thirty daysafter  datel iniend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of l.unds and Works for a speeinl licence  to cut and eariv awav timber from the following described lumls, situated in West  Kootenny:  Commencing at "N. T. Edward's south west  corner post." on the east bank of the Columbia river, about .100 feet above Mien creek run-  nine, east-10 chains, thencu norlh IGO.chains,  thence west -111 chains, thenee soutii 100 chnins  to post oiK*onimein*ement.  Iiated this Will dny of September, 1504.  X. T. EDWARDS.  ���������**���������  ���������i-  rr  *���������  e  **���������  >r  >r  >r  K-  *r  >r  ���������**-  ti.  ���������J-  ���������*���������  rb  ���������i**'!^*******"*^***-^*******  Our nicllioil of selection insures the  miist sutisfaetoiy results ti������ our  patl'iius.  lly getting your clothing froni us  is n' guarantee tluit. you get the best  in ssyle, lit and iinisli.  M. A. WILSON,  Oradunte of Mitchell's Sel 1  of Oar*  ment (.'lilting. New York.  Ji-lablishiiicnt���������Next,  Tin lor   J'Uii'k.  J. LISHTBURNE,  Manager.  NEWLY BUILT AND FURNISHED  STRSCLY FJRST-CLASS  THE   BAR    IS  WITH BEST  SUPPLIED  BRANDS  ^SS'-'iXs)������'!^  PELLEW-KARYEY,  BHYANT & OILMAN  Mining Engineers  ancl Assayers,  VANCOUVEK, B.C.   '-Established 1S90  ASSAY WORK OF AU DESCRIPTIONS  UKDERTAKEH.  ���������_��������� NOTICE.  Notire is hereby given that thirty days after  datel intend to apply to the cliief Commissioner of Lands uud Works for a special licence  lo out nnd carry awny timber from the followine: dei-cribs-d lauds, situated in West  Kootenay:  Cominencing at a post marked "K. A. Blnek-  niore's norlh we t corner post." on the east  bank of the Columbia river, nbout 300 leet  above Mien creek, running east 80 chnins,  thence south SO chains, tiieuee west SO chains,  theneo north SO chnins to Ihe post, of commencement.  Hated Ibis 10th day of September. 1001.  It. A. ULAC1CMOKE.  Tests mndo up to a.COOlbs..  A specialty made of chucking Smelter  Pulps.  Samples from the Interior by mail or  express promplly attended to.  Correspondence solicited.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  *'������X"D������SXsXSG*���������''3^^  WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS  ARR   WHE AD, - B. C.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords,  EVSassag������   Treatment  DR. J. O'CONNOR  FIRST STREET  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  ���������   Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone, ��������� Prop.  COLUMBIA ILLUSTRATED  CONTAINING    160    VIEWS,  Illustraiinsr the  I'.-.mo !,->*-  Rosources  of Uie   RICHEST   PROVINCE   IN   THE   BRITISH   EMPIRE;   its  conl, oil, aiul tinilior; its fisheries on sea, lake anil river: ils mineral and  a.irrii*ultiiral resources; ils citie> and towns; ils river, lake ami mountain  suenei-y, especially illuslraliii*< its trreat mining- development, with views of  all    the    principal    mines,    mills,   smelters,   etc.    Sent   Post    Free    On  Receipt of Price SI OO and S1.5Q.  The largest advertisers* iu an'! for  Aoorkss JAMES LAWLER,'  ROSSLAND, B.  Rritish Columbia.  Best Buy in  B. C. Canada,  at 15 cents  Greatest Gold  Discovery of the  Agg is in B. C.  G FOUR  CON'SOLIDATICD   GOLD   MlNES,   LIMITED.  Capital $625,000 of which 35 per cent,  in Shares ,now  in Treasury.    Shares fully paid and non-assessable.  Patients Visited at Their Home::  By Appointment  ORACE  Mines directly west of the Le Roi and Le Roi Xo. 2, War Eaiyle and  Centre Star, tour of lhe largest jfold-copner mines in the world, all of which  have paid larg-e dividends.  SiLSame   identical ore   and   veins   now in siyht   oil   the   BIG  Large ore bodies.  Assays from $5 to $800 in crold, copper, silver, etc.    Verv rich  now on exhibition in Ilie city ore exhibit, causing wide comment.  FOUR,  display as  Turkish Baths, $1.00  ."VW''A'-W*iAA*"-i*>'W'*^^  Slave to'lllmiilimtliijj C.iu.  San Francisco physicians arc studying the most remarkable drunkard that  lias ever come under their observation.  His name is "William A. Asbell and ho  Is a confirmed aud cunning slave to illuminating gas.  Asbell declares sas is a better intoxl-  ���������eant-than-liquor-aud a-botter���������'dope'--  than ether, morphine, opium or cocaine. He is hopelessly enslaved by  the habit, and will lic, steal or resort to  eny trick for a chance to place his  inouth over a gas jet, turn, the knob  'end fill his lungs witli the fumes. Physicians say tbe stuff will certainly kiU  Wm.  Asbell says the sensations that follow an inhalation ot gas are far more  -pleasant than thoso following the taking of "a dose of any drug. "You feel aa  ���������if you were floating in air," he says.  "But lt gives you a terrible cough. It  .catches mo in the chest sometimes, and  Ithan I have to suffer. Yet that passes  away after a time. Gas has pretty  nearly the game effect as ether, except  .that when you take ether you feel as  lit you were choking. With gas,you do  pot feel that way..'When you lie down  Vft-er taking gas there are dreams���������  |*beautlful dreams���������that lift you away  itfrom the earth, way from pain, to the  .very gates of paradise.' Of course, when  .you wake up you feel had, and especial.  }ly about the chest. But a depressing  feeling follows the use of any gooo  fan"*?'"! don't care for any of the drugs  that r)'"ivslcians give to kill pain, so  |long as I c-13 get a breath of gas,now  and then. ..'���������'���������    ��������� ...  ' . ��������� ,  Asbell has been a railroad man, ana  Ills slavery to the gas habit was discovered while ho was in a railroad hospital. He did not respond to treatment  and physicians discovered that he waa  ���������surreptitiously taking gas* They tried  ���������to break him of it, but could not, and  ���������sent him from the hospital. Now ho  '���������Is at tho City and County Hpspimi,  and, in.spite of all warnings and all  .���������precautions, slips to a gas jet two or  (three times a duy and inhales a largo  fluantity of the stu/t. Ho immediately  'falls Into a sleep of several hours.  No tnittcr how clov-Sr we aro, tiiora  are others clover oiiov^U ,to blofc out  lefferifl lato pUAaa*    -----���������.���������--���������  Ko. 11  f'onir.ienciu-- r.t, a post pluiited on tlie north  Inn!: of I'll:*.*.mins rio*-'k, iib'iut ten miles from  the Coltimbiu river i.iul marlteil ���������* J2 Met'cnn's  Nurth West Corner 1'iwt, incline at) eliains enst,  th'-nce KO i:Ii ami souih, ihe uee it) cli nins west,  tlieiiee 1.0 ehnin*- norih to tlie poiut oi" eo:n-  meui'Cineut.  Dateil hept PJtli, 1001.  Nn.  li.  On'.iiii'iieiuj' al a |'o-,t plante.l ou the norlli  kink of Cumnii]!-* eieek r.tiunt leu miles from the  ColiuuliKl. liver an.t uitilkoii -'l'l, -Mi*11i*,iu'g south  -������vcm eoi ner po**t," thenee i*a*r- SO i-liuiiis, thenee  north .-A) ehains, thenee we.-t *s0 ehains, Uieiice  *joiil,!i SO eliains to the plnee ol' eoir.inuneeniei-.t.  Ultcil Heyt. l'Jlli, lOW.  '   jN'o.   I".  Coi'iinicneiiig at a po.-t planted on the nortii  bank uf t.'uuuuui-- er-'ei:, abo'iil. eleven anil a half  iniles from lhe I'oliuuh.u river anil mai'ke.l L'I-'.  Mel'eiiu'-i north v.eut eo'.ui r pu.*.t.'' thenee south Sll  eliai!;.., theuce east frl) eh.un-1, thenee north SO  chains, thence *ve-,t Su eiiaiu*' to pointof* commencement.  Willed Sept. 20t.Il, 1001.  Ko. 11.  Connuenein*; at a pool plniited on the norlh  bank nf Cunuiiins viee!;. about eleven anil a half  mile.-, from tho ijoiumbia river ami marked **K.  AleltJ.i.u's south e,'.*.t eninii* po.st." tln-nce uoilIiSO  chains, tlli'iiee west So eii���������ins, tln-nce south bO  ehain-i, Ihence east fcO el.aui.-, to Lhe point of commencement.  Dated Sept. 20th, 1(104.  Ko.  I.',.  Coninicnciiiir at a po-t planted on the north  t-anki-f Cummins creek, about eleven and a half  miles from Columbia rher anil maiked "1*'. Mc-  Holm's south v.est corner post," theneu norlh SO  ehahn, thenee edst SO chains, thence south so  ehains. tiieuee \ve.*,t bu chains* lo' the point of  eo'.iinieuceinenl.  Dated Sept. 20th, 1901.  No. 10  Roi'imi-iicini; nt a post planted on the soiuli  bank of Cummins crook, about twelve and a  litilt niiles from the Columbia river, and  marked " K. Melieiurs fc-'oulh West Corner  t'osi," tlieiuc ������0ehuins north, thence SOchaius  east, thenee SO ehuins south, Ihence b'J ehu'iii-,  west lo the | oiul of eoianienceiueut.  iJiueil sept. LOIh.lCOI.  Xo. 17.  Cnmnicuciiij; nt a post planted on the south  .i.iuk of Cuuiiiiiiis Lreck. about twelve and a half  .���������iiiii-*- f-.\iui_tho Co!umhia_rive_r_ani*_������na2_kj:(l **_|i,  *iicJ'c:iit's Jsiiiitti ca.*.t corner no*,"t," theuce noith SO  'hain-i, thenee wei,t SO elinnis, thenee souih SO  ���������hains, thence east SU cimius to the point of com  iiencenient.  Dated Hopt. 20th, 100-i.  .'������������������"��������� K. Mcltl'AX.  NOTICE TO OrtEDaTORS  LIGENSEO AU0T80NEER  Is prepared to handle Auction  Sales of every description.  For terms apply to  H. MANNi^C, Mackenzie Ave.  REVELSTOKli:,  B.   C.  In the matter of OLAF ������. II AXdKN", deceased,  and  In Ibe matter of lhc "Official Administralor's  Act."  - NOTICE IS HEfiEHV GIVES that by order  ni His Honor Andrew l.eainy, County Judc,ct  limed the liltli ilny of Oeiober. 1PUI, George  Kmilh -ilrCnner, oflleial Adniini>iralor for  that part of Kooteuay County comprised within the Kevelstoke Electoral Dislrict, hus beeu  {���������runted letters of administration, lo administer all and singular the estate of Olaf Ji.  Hansen, deceased, intestate.  And further take notioc that all claims upon  thc suid estate must be **ent into the said  Administrator, at his OUicc Imperial I'.ank  l'loek, lievelslokc, 11. C . within i'O days from  tbe date hereof, niter i\hieh lime all proceeds  mil be distributed unioni- the parlies lftwfull;,*  thereunto entitled.  ...      GEOilQE'S.MlTII McCARTER,    "  Ollicial Administrator.  Da'ed the 10th day of October, 1904  NOTICE  Notice, is hereby |*!veii that .'10 dnys nfter  date I intend to make application to the chief  Licence Inspector fora tran-fer of licence from  lhc Home Hotel, lo the Pavilion Hotel Gold-  fields.  - R. F. tehhy.  Dated October 20th. 1904.  MACHINBST  BLACKSSViaTH  All   Kinds of Jobbing Work  Done.  Lathe work a Speciality  Opposite Salvation  Army  FIRST   STREET.  Licensed   Auc-Liciicci* for tlie  City o*F RovcisicttiC.  VW/lW*rVV-AV(A*WirMVwJ  We have nearly nvouiflesol" railway on BIG FOUR properly wilh water  nnd timber in abundance,.  Rossland's ore .shipments for 190-;, 350,000 tons. Shipped for 1903, about  410,000 ions.    Total value of Rossland ores mined, $--7,000,000.  Kosslands large ore bodies are.-, great success with the concentration  system of ore reduction. $3.00 ore now pays to mine as now "pro\ ed by the  latest reports Mid dividends. '     No I'*'-'* ll*;-'" *oo.shares sold.    Shares  can  be   had on  instalment   plan,  .payments monthly.     1 wenty per cent, c.ish/balance wirhin a vear.  Company has no debts or liabilities, and a full force of men working.  1M-.I* ,R1SNCES -1 he Hon. Mayor, Gold Conimissioner, Postmaster or anv  bank or business man 111 tlie city.  There is a lide in the alTairs of men, which, taken at  the flood,    -  leads on to forluno;  Omitted, all.lhe voyage of ihoirlile is bound  iu shallows and  in  miseries.  Please Note  Price at  Per Share for  One Month  tt  Any amount loss th 11 ,$1 send by postolficc or exoress money order ���������  ovor this amount, by Bank Draft to Secretarv to Big Four Covsoli-  ixvit-D Gold Minks,  Limited, Rossland, B'. C, Canada  oeci.agi  NOTIOE.  Notice is hereby given that tliirty dnys after  dale I iniend toapply to the Chief C'ommis-  -doner of l.unds and IVorks for aspecial licence  to cul and carry away timber from the following described lands In the ,.IIlooet district:  1 Coiniiionelni} at a post intuited "J. P. Mc  ��������� oldrlck's south wont corner posi," and planted 011 the west bunk of Upper Adnin> river  ���������tbi'iit two miles below S. Cave's timber claim,  thenie nnrtii SO chains, ihence cast SU chains;  tiieuee south 80 chains, thenee west bo ciiains  to t..e 1 lace of commencement.  ���������2. Commencing at a po������t marked "J. P. Mc-  uolilrick's soulli west corner post," and planted ubout tour and a half miles below S Cave's  limber claim, thence norih SO chains, thence  oust 80 chains, tlieiiee .south SO chains, thence  west SU chain-, to the place of commencement.  Dated lliis iith day of October, lOul. '  J. P. JIcGOLDIUCK.  NOTICE.  Kotlce is hereby given tliat the undersigned  have submitted tn the Licutenant-Governor-in-  (Jouncil a proposal under the provisions of the  (livers-ami Streams Act for the clearing and  ������������������emiiviiig of obstructions from Half Way Creek,  West Kooteniw-, from a point ir> miles from its  mouth lo the point where it empties into Upper  Arrow Lake, and for making the same fit for rait-  in-; and driving thereon logs, tiiuber, lumber,rafts  and cm fts mid for erecting an.l maintaining Inionis  for holding, sorting and delivering logs and timlier  brought down said river and for attaching hoonis  to lhc shores of said river and said lake fnr said  purposes.  Tlie lands to bo alfected by said work are vacant  Crown lauds and Lot 11:19, Uronp One, lvooteimv  District.  Tlie rate of tolls proposed to tie charged nre  inch as may he lixod by the Judge of the County  Court of Kootenny  AIIKOWHKA'I.I.UMIIKRCOMPANY*, Limited.  Dated November llllli. VXM.   . 1   Lime  For Sale.  Tlio undersigned hits just received a  earlotul of first quality lime.  E. 0. i-HOMEY.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby-riven that SO davs from dato  I iniend toapply to the Honorable the chief  Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission 10 cut and carry nway timber from the  follci'.iiug described lnnds. situated ou Ilie  west side of Upper -\rrow I.uke, and ubout '&/.  iniles .south of l'.unncck'l'oint:  Commencing al a post sitiihtctl on Ihe banks  of the irike. theuce souih SO chnins. (following  the lr.cnndcrings of ihesliorc) Iheuce west bu  chnins, thence norih to ehuins, Ihence eusl Su  chains to point of commencement.  Hated this iMst day of Octobvr, ll-Ol.  llOBEUT SANDERSON*.  Si  The undersigned is prepared to  fill all orders for wood und coal  in future.  Orders lo bo left at AV. Al.  Lawrence's Hardware Store or  with the undersigned.  Jas. I. Woodrow  XJTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beet, Pork,  Mutton, Ete,  Fish and Game in Season....  Agent for the famous cushion frame  wheels���������all roads ������ood roads wilh the  cushion frames.  Bicycle UtUn-j-s, Dunlop, AL and XV.,  iind Single luho tiros, imiups, hells,  gas and oil lamps, handle grips, saddles, valves, JUurrow coaster brakes,  ete. . "Wheels repaired.  ' Cycle Depot  Bad: of Roy Smythe's Tobacco Store.  re  Raymond Sewing Machines  New designs for Cushion Tops,  Tinted Centrepieces, Large Collar designs.  Materials for Duchess, Arabi-  I3attenbur,g na and Point Lace.  Mrs. Boak, Cowan Block.  This Shorthand is totally different to all otheis  It only takes weeks to learn instead ol months or  years. It out be read like print. At the fourth  lesson yon write 40 words, ami at the loth lesson  100. words a minute lhe lirst three lessons  enables yon to' make private botes, am' tlie Oth  lesson brings you to corresponding stvle, the 20th  and final lesson lo reporting. It takes but two  hours to learn the flist lesson and a. specimen  may be seen at thc IIevklstoki: Hkuaui on  application to the Manager, Mr. A. Johnson.  Lessons by mail are quite easy. We guarantee  success.' Our youngest pupils are ]������*, nnd the  eldest 82. Typewriting taught by mail. We forward yon lesson sheets to teach yon the correct  linserii-g���������all the fingers. All are taujtht on the  blind touch system. Write, sny in;; the machine  you huve, or if we are to supply you with a New or  Second Hand one. We do not hire nut machines.  Terms for Shorthand -J10, to completion payable  by instalments. Typewriting *ij to completion,  but payment in advance.  Address the Secretary,  Studio Over Imperial Bank,  P. O. Box 170. . Victoria, H.C  NOTICE.  Xotice  is  date I intend to  hereby  -riven that thirty days alter  to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for special licences to cut and  carry away timber from the following described  lamls ih West Kootenay district:  Commencini: at a postmarked "D. Dewnr's  nortli east coiner post,", theuce 40 chains south,  thencewest 160 chains, tlience north 40chains,  thence east 1C0 chains to lhe place of commencement..  Dated this 22ml Jay of October, 1604.  ; D, DEWAK.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby jrivon that thirty days after  Intel intemi to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and.Werks for special licences to cutand  carry away timlier from tbe following described  lands in West Koutenay district:  Commencing at a post marked ".1. II. Hobinson's  northeast coiner post," thenee south 40 chains,  thence west li������ chains, tlience nortli 40 eliains,  thence east 100 chains to the place of commencement.  Dated this 22nd day of October, 1904.  J. H. UOBINSON.  Corner Douglas  Klnic Streets  All orders promptly filled  EBYEir^OSB, B.8  HOBSON &  BELL  m&j;$y>.  &'  BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS  Fresh and Complete Linn of Groceries.  ******9*********0������������������������������������������������������������������������������  FANCY CAKES  AND C0NFECT80NERY  If you want thc above we canj  supply you with anything hi this  line.) .  THY OUH  VHOLI'SOME ' ������������������:������������������  White and Brown Bread  Scones and Burs  -  Dances and Tiivato Parties Catered To.  Full Stock of Kxcollcnt Candies.  A. E.  BENNESON,  Mackenzie Avenue.  It Pays to Advertise in  The Herald  KING'S  COLLEGE SCHOOL  Adik**Jj to puwiti who dosti-a Otelr ion. to har. horn* ou.  rtr~^    ^eojnforU'irbllartKelvlng-iiu'Mrlor  1HTELLE0TUAL, MORAL AHD PHYIIOALTBAIHIHQ.  It Tom met witb nmarkablo lucooia ln  COMPETITIVE   EXAMINATIONS   AND   ATHLETICS,  and it bu tho confldonco and mtrontRO ofnumy of th. Tne-t  Skmlllei. Reopens Sept. 6th. neferencea 1 The Lord Bishop of  SoTwertnSnEori -ih. Hot. Dr. Penlreath. Archdeacon of  Ooiunbia, etc. REV.C. J. BRENTON, MA., Head Matter,  171 busbuu) Bt.. vakoovtu. a. 0. **������  FOR  SALE !!  Greenhouse and  ~^���������MarketGarden���������  AT A BARGASN PRICE  5'41,0rder lllanks and  showing all Itossland  from Mining Ellj.'iueer  1 and our most comprehensive and complete Illustrated ]>i  mines and givinB valuable informal ion, with Maps and  i, sent only to investors or thee desiring to invct.  'ro.*,pectu  ' Reports  Contains Four Acres, House  and Outbuildings, Large Greenhouse, lite. Will bc sold cheap  for Cash..  Call for particulars at thc  HERALD Office.  FOR SALE  At a Bargain if Sold  This  Month���������  ONE RESIDENCE  Part  of llio Cil-rY.'ind  In Central  Lot 50 x 100  One  A GOOD RANCHE,.  80���������Acres, close lo town, 35 acres of  which can bc easily cleared. Suitable for  May and Mixed Farming. Apply for  particulars at HERALD Ollice.  \  EL  FIRST CLASS  $2   PER  DAY HOUSE  Choice Brands of Wlneo. Liquors  and Cigars.  J. LAUGHT0N, Prop. &  First-Class Livery and Feed Stables, Saddle Horses.  Single and .Double Rigs   for   Hire  on   Reasonable  Terms.    Turned out Clean and Neat.  Express,  Delivery and Drayi  a Specialty.  Orders   left   here   for    Firewood  Dry Fir,  Hemlock and Cedar.  Get Your Winter's Wood Now.  FOR  promptly  filled.  Chas, Turnross, Prop  RAILWAY   STREET.  HOTEL  VICTORIA  W. M. Brown,    Prop.  One of the best and  commodious hotels in the  City   Free Bus meets all trains  Hourly Street Car.  Fare 10 Cents.  Front Street  THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.  ' LIMITED.  IMPORTERS   AND WHOLESALE DEALERS.  Manufacturers   of Aerated Waters  REVELST   C -IE.-I . IB-C  iXTTST-   O-FEHsf-BTD  TUP  Crockeryware, Carpets,   Linoleums,   Oilcloth, &c.  YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.        ���������   ^  I  John E. Wood,  Cabinot Mak ine  Upholstering  THE BIC-  FURNITURE STORE  Picture Framing". *r  0k  #  fl  ������*&  ***  W*  JiV-4.  Ladies' Jackets  Wc have gone through Our Jacket Stock and  will place on sale some Forty Jackets at just  Half Price. Here are some values wc want  you to take note of���������  $5 Jackets���������Now Selling for $2.50.  $8 Jackets���������Now Selling for  $4.00.  Prices ranging from $5 to .$20.00.  Children's Jackets  Wc have a nice assortment of Children's  Jackets at a great reduction in price. Jackets  which were selling for $3.50 and $6.50 each you  caii take your pick for the low price of $2.  Ladies' Costumes  Sizes ranging from 34 to 38 in. Tweed,  Broadcloth and Navy Serges. Regular price $12  Now you are able to get the same for $6.  inery  In Ready-to-Wear Hats we place On our  table $3 and $4 Hats. You can buy them from  us for the next 10 days at this Sale  at 1.00 and 1.50.    All this Seasons goods.  SS  At Sale Prices. We will make a special reduction on Dress Goods throughout the Store.  We invite you to buy now while this Sale is on.  CLOTHING FOR  Ready-to-Wear Suits, Overcoats, Reefers,  15.00 Men's Suits for 10.00; $3.50 Boys' Suits  for $2.50. Come in and try one on. The  opportunity is yours for the next 10 days.  Reefers for Boys  Boys' Frieze and Beaver Reefers in Navy  and Black���������lined and double-breasted���������at $2.50  Comforters  and Blankets  Make prepartions now for the Cold weather  and buy your blankets and comforters at reasonable prices. We have a nice stock in this line  ���������Come in and look them over���������no trouble to  show you our goods.  Orders by Mail  Parties   in   outside   points    in   writing   give  full particulars of goods required.   If not   satisfactory when shipped to your destination, please  i  return same at our expense. -  ������������������  at to-day's nicotine of tho Cabinet.  It will be welcome news to the members-elect. Fm* yeais the coniinoneis  have been protesting against the  summer sessions, due to tho fact Unit  parliament has not been culled until  late in February or early in Marcli.  The existing feeling took the shape  lasb session of such a vigorous kick  that the prime minister promised Uml  if he. still held ollice, to mend his way,  and ho has now redeemed liis pledge.  The lirst day will be devoted lo swearing iu of new members and tin  election of a speaker. The formal  opening will take placo on .faiiiiaiy  12, when tlte new Governor-General  will explain lhe reasons for callirg  parliament together. This will belle  lirst appearance of Karl Grey in his  gubernatorial capacity, and the opening will doubtless bo characterized by  unusual brilliancy.  His Excellency will give his lirsl  stale dinner on Monday evening, and  will hull his first drawingrooin .Saturday evening, January llth.  The session, it is well understood,  will be 11 short one. The governinont  luis not an extensive bill of fare and il  is tlie impression that parliament will  havo concluded its labors by the lirst,  week in "May.  The rules regarding the presenting  of bills to the legislature, wliich have  boon systematically violated for some  years, will be rigidly enforced during  the coming session, so that promoters  may just as well make a note of the  fact.  At -I o'clock this afternoon Sir  El/.oa it. Taschcreau was sworn in, as  idniinistratoi* of the Dominion. He  will.'net'in that capacity until the  arrival of Earl Grey.  Sole Agents for  Butterick  Patterns  in this City  MACKENZIE  AVENUE  Sole Agents for  Butterick  Patterns  in this City  a  a  a/  a  a  a  A C%reat  Convenience  Around a house is to have n.  place to keep books. You  can get those -sectional book  cases at the Canada Drug &  Book Co.'s Store. They keep  all lhe sizes. Yqu buy the  top and thc base and as many  intermediate sections as you  wish���������ihev fit anywhere.  ��������� Call and sec theni or write  ���������  I      CANADA DRUG ������ BOOK CO., Ltd  ��������� '���������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Married  "BlULL-'MlU.En���������At the. residence of  G. Hedstrotn, Revelstoke. on Mon-  dav, Nov. 21st, bv the Rev. W. 0.  Calder, John Brill to Klizabeth Miller.  BORN.  JIacdonald���������At Revelstoke, B. 0,.  on Wednesday, Nov. 23, to Mr. and  Mrs. J. G. Macdonald, a son.  LOCALISMS  ���������"The Union'' Cigar at Brown's.  ��������� 'The Union" Cigar at BR0WX"S.  ���������Macdonald's for Neckwear.  ���������Read   C.   13.  Hume fc Co's advt. o  first page of this issue.  ���������T"rRei]t."Turnisl"e9~Rboins, applv (o  Mrs. McPhadden.  C. J. Rumens  came  down   Monday !  fiom St-andaid Basin. I  Smoke Brown's "Special"  Cigar.  ���������Read BROWN'S advorliseinenl and  ���������jot .$100.  Promenade Concert to-morrow  niglit, Opoia House, admission 2.jcLs.,  Independent Baud in attendance.  twenlv  Wood",  ���������Headquarters fur Iron Beds,  varieties to select from,.lohn K  The Big Furniture Store.  Miss Nellie McRae left on Sunday  evening on a two months'holiday In  her home in Ottawa.  IJ. A. Bradley left this niorning for  die French Creek placer mines 011 a  tour of inspection.  ���������Buy your'Furniture, Carpets. Linoleums, Oilcloths, etc., from John E.  Wood. You can get better goods at  less prices than anywhere else in the  Kootenays.  The regular meeting of the Ladies  Hosjiital Guild .will lake .place in the  City Hall on Tuesday afternoon next  at 'd-.'Sli o'clock. A full attendance of  members is requested.  Remember the Promenade. Conceit  under the auspices of the Ladies Hospital Guild, Opera House, Friday.  Nov. 25th, admission 'Jii cents, Revelstoke Independent.'Band in attendance.  ���������What about that piece of Furniture  you have been talking so long about  getting. Come and pick out the piece  you was thinking about, we can  arrange the payment. John E. Wood.  The People's Furniture House.  Mr. E. Taylor returned last week  from Winnipeg and will remain permanently iu tbe city in future. .Mr.  Taylor has many friends in the city  who will welcome him back.  ���������Rubbers,   Rubber?,  style, size or  make, C.  Rubbers,   any  B. Hume & Co.  Mr. AY. Gooding has opened an insurance, real estare and employment;  bureau otliee in tlie Taylor Block.  tip-stairs. Mr. Gooding has just.  arrived in the city from Regina and  will make ltevelstoke his homo in  future.  ARD  WHO WILL  THAT  PROVE  j -.  ii  THE   UNION  **  CIGAR.  IS NOT A  --CLEAR    HAVANA   FILLER.:  F.   G.   BROW  SOl.F.    DISTUIBUTOR    FOR   THE    UNION*    CIGAR"-FACTORY.  proposed the toast, "Tho Boniinion ef  Canada and Governor-Gonoral-elect."  Earl Grey, in responding, paid 11  tribute to lhe great loyalty of the  Canadians, and said ho looked forward  witli the greatest zest to five years'  residence in Conada, whoso population  he said, there was every reason 10  expect,*'in the lifetime of our sons,  nnd, perhaps, even some of us here  tonight would equal that of the United Kingdom,  ���������"The Union" Cigar at BROWN'S.  ���������THK BEST value for the money at  BROWN'S..  Arrangements are being made for  Ihe annual .hospital" ball to take place  .about the third week in January.  ���������"The Union" Cigar at BROWN'S.  ���������Get that $100 that Brown is offering.  Don't forget the Promenade Concert  in the Opera House, Friday, Nov. iill)  adn.iis.sion 25 cents?  \  D. T. Forbes, of Salmon Arm. formerly accountant in the Molsons  BanK here, was a visitor tbis week.  Smoke Brown's  V'uelta " Gigar.  " Marca  "Messrs. G. H. Johnson, J. M. Scott  nnd George S. ."McCarter returned cr.  Wednesday morning from Vancouver.  R. F. IVrrv. of Goldfields,  citv on a business visit.  is in  the !  t.4Sn^f*.+.**.<>  at llowson's Fur-  ���������12-foot Linoleum  niture Store.  Conductor W. Lynes was in the city  on Tuesday from Field.  Smoke Brown's " Union "  Cigar.  ���������For   Mitt.*?.   Gloves  and   Men's Fur  ui.-'hiiigs. go to Macdonald's.  Xmas and  Souvenir (foods  for cash or credit  ;e  stock of Furni-  ���������Homes furnished  from Howson's larf  ture.  Rev. Chas. Ladner, of Vancouver,  formerly of Revelstoke, was in the  citv this week.  at  Macdonald's  Socks ��������� prices  Rub-  awav  ���������Just opened  hers, German  down. ,  The Robert Buchanan Comedy Co.  will appear, in the Opera House here,  on Saturday evening.  ���������Call and see the pretty pieces of  upholstered goods at Howson's Furniture Store.  Thos. Sweeney, C.P.R. engineer, of  Kamloops. was in the city for a couple,  of days last week on business.  Robert Buchanan and his company  of comedy players will appear at the  Opera House on .Saturday evening.        1  ���������FJowers aud Vegetables all winter,  carnations,  chrysanthemums, lettuce,  and   watercress.      Floral     designs   a |  ���������specialtv��������� J, "Maley, Florist.  fn  order  to  handle   our   large  stocks it  is  lis to  commence  conveniently  N mas  necessary for  early  to  display goods.  We are opening several  thousand Cards and Calendars of entirely NEW  designs���������no old stock���������  Wc would advise you to  buy early aa the selection  becomes poorer towards  Christmas.  is), gews, phm.B.  Druggist and .Stationer  Next Hume Hlock.    '  Mail Orders Receive  Prompt Attention.  ���������������������������������-������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������  The Watson Stock Co. wiilopcn a  week's engagement at the Opeiv  House here commencing .Monday.  Dec. 5th. ^  Th" Methodist Sunday School h  arranging fur :x grand Cantata to hi  given by lOO children in the Open:  House on Dec. -Jtitb.  Mr. and Mrs. T.E.L. Taylor liavi  taken up their residence in the eit-  again .-iter a year's absence in tin  Okanagan district.  To-moriow, Friday Nov. 2.">lli, is thi  last day on which ratepayers can taki  ad vantage, of the rebate for the payment of city taxes.  Thos. Lewis returned from Arrowhead on Wednesday evening after 1.  campaign tour in the interests of Mr.  Galliher.  On Saturday afternoon from il to "1  o'clock a Ion cent lea will be given al  the. residence of Mrs. B. A. Lawson or,  behalf of the Ladies' Hospital guild.  The Ladies Aid of St. Andrew's  Church will hold a, fancy sale in thr  Opera. House on the, afternoon of tlie  .''0th inst. Wednesday next, v Refreshments will be served. The Scottish  Concert under the' auspices of Ihe  Willing Workers -will be held in the  evening.  Tlie lumber mills in the district arc  'completing arrangements and employing large numbers of men for bush  work fin: Lliis winker, and the indications point fo Iht largest cut this year  in lho history of the. district.  George Denny, of Victoria, is missing and his fr'icnc'ls are becoming  anxious about hi 111, Mr. Denny is tlie  war eoi'T'espondf *nt in the Far Fast  for the Associated Press, and at one  lime was city editor of the Victoria  Colonist.  On niglit of Philharmonic Concert,  between the Opera House and residence of Dr. Graham, a, Sable Fur.  Finder will please return to C. B.  Hume & Co's store and obtain reward.  Kootenay  Curling  Association.  The Annual meeting of the executive  of the Kootenay Curling Association,  has been called by tho Secretary, Mr.  F. 11. Lewis, to be held at Revelstoke  on "Monday, December 12th next.  Arrangements for the Bonspiel will be  made at this meeting. Nolson is making a strong bid for it to be held in  their city this year.  Fare well Bang net to Earl Grey,  London, Nov. 22.���������Lord Strathcona.  presided at a farewell banquet last  night to Fail Grey on the eve of the  lat tor's departure to assume* the Gov-  ���������rnor-Generalship of Canada. There  ���������vere 200 guests, including the .Archbishop of Canterbury, Farl of Aber-  leen, "Mr. Broderick, Secretary for  India, and a number of other prominent    gentlemen.     Lord    Strathcona  Russians Got Drunk.  1  Can-ISA, Island of. Crete, Nov. 22.���������  Disgraceful scones transpired on Sunday, when several groups of officers  and men of the vessels belonging to  the Baltic (loot, in this port, left various* drinking houses and paraded the  streets. The men were evidently intoxicated. Brandishing their swords  a.nel other weapons, they mado a wild  rush at peaceful passers-by.  At least five of these were murdered by th'o drunken Russians, many  others wounded, and a large number  culled and beaten. Tho brawls continued until late into the niglit. Under cover rjf darkness tlie drunkards  grew wilder still and their shouts and  loud talk scared most people into  their houses.  Tho streets became practically deserted by the residents. It is reported  that at least forty of the Russian  sailors have so far deserted. Evidence  of unimpeachable character exists  showing that the discipline on board  _tlio_Ru'ssinn.^slii ps is un paralleled in  its laxity and that the moil, being  intoxicated most of the time cannot  be controlled by the few of thoir sober  and serious-minded officers.  Russia Paid Dearly  New Yoitic, Nov. 23.���������A despatch  to the Sun says that'll despatch to the  London Express from Nagasaki gives  the new version of the report of the  sortie of torpedo boat destroyers  from Port Aithur, which is saiel to  liavo occurred at tho time the Rats-  toropony left. Tho correspondent of  tho Express says that threo boa Is  left two days before tho Ratsoro-  pony carrying duplicates of a despatch from General Stoossel. Thoro  wore snmo badly wounded olTicers on  board tho boats who preferred lo risk  tlieir lives at sea than to moot certain  death in the unsanitary hospitals at  Port Arthur. /Tho Japanese cruiser  Kasuga sank lhe first destroyer after  a figlit lasting half an hour, in which  all the Russians were shot or drowned  except four, who  were rescued   from  the sea by tho beats from the Kasuga  after the (lest royer sank.  One of those thus rescued soon died.'  The riuihcr Matstishima- sank tho  second destroyer 25 miles from Port  Art hur, receiving herself an ell'ectivo  blow from a torpedo. Two Japanese  tin pedo gunboats sighted tho third  destroyer oil' Liaotshal at midnight  and chased her until *l o'clock in the  morning, when the engines of tho torpedo boat broke down. The gunboats  discharged two torpedoes at her, hoth  of which struck almost simultaneously  The destroyer sank with all on hoard  uf her. Tlie correspondent adds that  l.ho Japanese naval authorities ex-  ptess the highest admiration for tho  lira very of the crews of  tho destroy-  M'S.  OUST ER'S LAST FIGHT.  fli*  BIoox   Vcralm* uf  tl>������ IMrttld oa till  -fi*, Little IIIe Horn.  If & story that comes out of the treat  te true, it is llliely that tliere will.bo  given to the world eome interesting  picture stories of Custer's laBt light,  drawn by some ot the Sioux who, in  June of the centennial year, killed  Chief Yellow Hair and every man ln  his five pet. troops, on the Little Big  Horn, ln Montana. Though Indiana  lie like sin, theirs is the only account  of the extinction of Custer's personal  command on that hot Sunday which  ever can- be given. The more eager  th'e white men have seemed to get tha  truth of the light from the Sioux, tha  more given to romancing the Indians  have become. Perhaps it's only human  nature for tho sole witnesses to mate  the most of their chance. -. ���������  ��������� Frank Glrard waa one of Reno's  ccouts on that day. He, another scout  and two soldiers escaped in the stampede and retreat of Reno and hid in  a hollow, emerging on the following  night and joining Reno. Glrard recently has been up at the Pine Tree  Agency trying to got the Sioux to tell  him the story of the fight ln detail.  Incidentally he saw somo pictures ol  the battle which had been drawn by a  young buck with the aid of the eug-  gestions furnished by his eldere who  actually wero there. It Is said that  thes������ pictures number sixty, and aro  drawa in water color on the leaves ol  an old agency book, and Illustrate tho  conflict from start to flnieh. Glrard il  the flrst man, not an Indian, it ia said,  that ever saw these pictures, and no  White man ever could have bought  them. But Girard speaks their tongue  fluently, as for nearly a score of yearn  he was a scout in their country, and  now that peaco reigns they regard him  as a great and good friend. So they,  gave -fi'm the book, and according, to  the story he is going to have lt published some day, with nn account oi  the battle, in which the Sioux version  .will be-told. It certainly will be &*������  Interesting publication.  ������������������������������������������*t*>'������������������������������*l)*l>*ti-^������*>������'>'|i'*l>'  Nordheimer        I  Pianos  DO IT NOW  GET A BOTTLE OF  CREAM OF WITCH HAZEL  An  exquisite Toil  Lotion for  Chapped Hands,  Roughness of the Skin  Redness, Irritation, Etc.  Gentlemen find   it' excellent  for  Use Aftor Shaving  We make it ourselves and therefore guarantee its quality and  purity.  Price 25c.  Red Cross Drug Store  C. A.  ADAMS,  Manager.  Liberal Candidates Arrested.  Bei.levii.U5, Out.  Nov.  22.���������Within ten minutes after tho adjournment  of the court  hearing  tho  trick ballot-  box case on  Saturday, Ah:  George F.  Sliepley.   K.C,   was  in   consultation  with   Lieutenant-Colonel Sherwood of  the   Dominion   police;   Colonel Sherwood then   waited upon Police Magistrate   Mint    and     laid'    information  against   Hymn   O.   Lott, the defeated  Liberal   candidate  in  West Hastings;  W. .1. .Sliililey,  defeated Liberal candidate in fi'i-ontenac;  T. ]���������'. Whalen of  f'rescott and O. .1. Heilly of Kingston.  Warrants were   issued   for the arrest  of the  persons   named and  placed  in  the  hands of,  the proper olTicers for  execution.     VV'halen   was arrested at  IVeseotl,   a nil   brought     before    the  ! police: iiiagi.-ilivite   here.      lie was re-  ui-iridcd   to   Friday   $2<"X)0  bail being  accepted. ._  B. 0. Lott was arrested hy Inspector  Cliniiilieilaiii. Air. Lott, who refuses  to speak as to tiie charge, was arrested  on the train at the Central Ontario  .function, on his return from a deer-  hunting trip. Application for bail  was made last evening.  A supply of the Celebrated Nordheimer  Pianos has been shipped direct from the  Factory.  Intending   purchasers   of   High   Grade  Instruments would do well  to  wait for  ���������*" their arrival.  : Revelstoke -  : Insurance Agency   1  '*. ***** ***** m*Tm ***** ***** ***** **!** ***** ***** ***** ***** ***** **T* *****  ***** ***** ***** *****  ***** ***** ***** ***** ***** f'Tf d  ��������� ijj ������j.������ fxi Tjj* ix* *I* '���������Tn* '���������Ji* *I* *X* vji* *X "X"X*TTr "ji* "iit" tit* *isr *X* A   X1 **V w^  ^������>>^^������^'*������-^^.-<'*>''-'*>^>***^>VS������V^*������t������A������V*\Ai>*  HOMES FURNISHED ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS  Another  Carload   of  Furniture just arrived..  Carpets,  Linoleums,  Oilcloths, etc.  - r.  Sewing Machines.   ���������  Heintzman Pianos  R. HOWSON & CO., FURNITURE DEALERS, EMBALNERS  v���������w���������������������������������������������v������������������>���������-���������A^������������������vv������������������^^  House Meets January nth;  Ottawa, Nov. 21.���������Parliament is  called to meet on Wednesday, January llth.    This decision was reached  I (all "and See Our Scotch Tweeds 1  ���������j" .Before you place your Order for a Fall Suit. %  We also carry the Best Lines of Worsteds and Serges  in the market.    PRICES RIGHT !  Latest Styles and Fit Guaranteed.  WE USE THE UNION LABEL.  G. A. SCOTT,  Mackenzie Avenue  ������^������i������^itk>^k������������ili^^  j^gg^.gm'Mn&'ttt^.'sx*^^**'"'  -���������->*-  ���������a


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