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 sj:  ISSTJBD   TWIOB-A-WEBK-WEDHBSDAYS   -AJSTO    SATTTBDATS-  Vol. IV.    No. 2.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  AN IMPORTANT CAPTURE  H.M.S. Magiueime Makes a Big  Haul of Boer Artillery.  J fc������*^.������*-������*-������*������-������*������-������-������-*a>^*'A^^  We are getting ready  for.          1���������r  Stock  Taking  and we are now offering  very special inducements to  the-public, in order to make  a clean sweep in some lines  J and a big reduction in our  stock in every line.     This  t  can be accomplished by the  low prices and good quality  we are offering. No room  here for many details, but  come and see for yourself.  When we.advertise a sale  of this kind the public cau  rely upon'its reality. - We  do just "what we advertise.  <Wt  W. GvR: Shirts  Fin- only SI-00.  Neckties  Latest Styles. Kohbiest'"Patterns  'Ureal Reductions' to dear.  Ladies'  Undervests  Special Bargains in these.  Boots and  Shoes  Great  Bargains,  stock-taking.  Boys'  Footwear  .Justin,���������all sizes, all prices  ANOTHER HOLD UP AT  ADEN  A Budget of Small Movements All Over  the Seat of War, Which Put the  British Forces Into More r-avorable  Positions to Strike.���������Traitors Turn a  Train Loose.���������-Dr. Jamison and Col.  Rhodes Make a Successful Escape.'  .'[SltiCUL TO TILE llKltALD).  Oape Town, Jan. 3.���������A Modder  river despatch intimates that the  Sunnyside-prisoners will not ho treated  as prisoners of war, lint as British  subjects caught in open rebellion,  It, now appears that Gen. French's  reported occupation of Colesberg was  somewhat prciKialure anil the Boer  Sun.? announced as having been  | silenced ait still active, hut French  j reports that, with small reinforcements  he can dislodge the enemy.  Gen. Buller continues his night bombardments and patrol surprises. The.  Tugela river is again foriUihk* anil it is  believed that t.lie British advance will  'lint he long delayed now.  It is-repm-trd ut Diirhan that the  German steamer Bimdersralh captured  liy H.M.S. Magierienne, had on board  five big guns. fjllO tons of shells and 180  trained artillerymen^  A British supply train without an  engine was set in motion by some  traitor ami got'so close lo the Boer  position at Colesberg lhat the British  had to destiny the trucks to prevent  the Boeis capturing the train.  . The total British casualties about  Colesberg in ten days were six killed  and "20 wounded.  Stewkstuom. Jan. t.���������Gen. Gatacie  dislodged IJ.IM! Boers yesterday, who  attacked a British out post near Mol-  teno, The Boor������ lied in the direction  of Stoi inhi-i'K.  Fkeisk CAari'. Jan. 3.���������A British  patrol found the enemy in considerable  force at the LittloTugela bridge. It is  reported that a British lieutenant and  five men have not returned.  A Kimberley despatch of the 29th  says that the Boers are concealing their  hisses. Boshof is full of wounded men  and there ai-e 2o0 at Jaci-bsdale.  BEKt.is, Jan. 4.���������British soldiers  have held -up another German steamer  at Aden with the project of searching  her.  Boeh Laager, Ladysmith. Jan. 2.���������  Six horsemen inade a dash from Lady-  smith a few nights ago and succeeded  in escaping. - .It' is believed that the  party includes D>*. .lamioson and Col.  Rhodes.. A rouploof British shells fell  -in e.-iu'ipon iheuiglit of the 1st, killing  one,man.  ���������* Nothing Succeeds  Like Success."  There are times when this store excels itself by  demonstrating its advanced leadership and its  exalted supremacy in a way that surprises mercantile circles, and sets the buying public guessing "What next!"   Such a time is close at hand \  \ It is our Stock-Taking Sale, the wheels of which  were set in motion last Tuesday morning.     Our  previous   successors  on similar occasions need,  no comment from this source, nor is it necessary  1 for us to tell of the many 'advantages, our Stock |  Taking Sale of the   past week  has afforded   to  Such  facts  are  admitted by all  "CONSCIENCE OFTHE EMPIRE."  A Zulu Chief Testiaes to the Blessings  of British Rule and Wishes Success to  Our Arms.  The following letter IVom a brother  of Oetewayo, tho Zulu King, appeared  recently in the London St, James'  Budget. It speaks volumes fur the  justice of the, ca'isu of our arms in the  present war and is a most effective  answer to the French and .Gorman  newspapers who can only see in it ii  contest, entered into it through lust of  territory and gold, and that any other  pretext is mere hypocrisy :  " Duwa Road, Durban. Nov. S.���������  Sir, I keenly appreciate your generous  tribute to the loyalty of tlie Zulu  nation (luring : the fierce crisis of  English rule in South Africa. It is the  first real test of the loyalty of' the  Zulus, and as a Zulu who was onco a  chief I am glad lo sei������ that the loyalty  and gratitude of my people is appreciated by the white people of Natal.  "It is as you say, respected sir, a  tribute; and a magnificent .tine, to  England's just policy to Ihe Zulus, 1  dart; u> assert il is even a liner to the  natives' appreciation not only or  benefits already con f erred, -but: of the  spirit that actuated England in her  dealings with him.. 1 may disagree as  to the lessons taught by Maxim guns,  hollow squares and the 'thin red line.'  I think no one could have read colonial  history, chronicling as it does the rise  again and again of the native against  imperial forces, without feeling that  he is .'influenced far less by England's  prowess in war than by her justice in  peace. My Zulu fellow countrymen  understand" as clearly as anyone the  weakness and the strength of the  present time.    If the Zulu   wished  to  A. DESPERATE   SORTIE  Made by Col. Baden Powell on a*  Strong Boer Position.  All -Christmas  Goods Left  we are offering  At Cost  Special Sale  of Crockery  We have decided to continue our  Special Crockery Sale for a few  dvys more. Don't fail lo get one  of our S7.50 Dinner Sets, of 100  pieces.    Best value in town.  The Knights of Pythias Dine.  At the regular meeting of the  Gold  Range  ,Lodge,   No.   2(5,"   Knights    of  Pylhia*-'. held on Wednesday evening,  the   officers   elected   for   the  ensuing  term, whose nanies have  already been  published  in   the   Hhrai.13, -were   in-  .-tailed by Grand Chancellor Bio. J. G.  Allan.    Alter the installation between  IK) and U) of the inembeis adjourned lo  I lit-   Union   hotel,   where  JLJ.o.   11. A.  Biosvu f.-iirly broke the  record   in   the  way     of      suppers.      The    hospitable  boards fairly groaned   beneath   a   load  of good   things   at   once   excellent  in  cooking   and   quality,     abundant    in  variety- and   artistic,   in  display,      A  feal uie of the tempting  array   on   the  tables, which were  arranged  in  form  of the shield, the emblem of the order,  were     the   decorations,    which     also  symbolized in color and design   special  K. P. features, even Ihe jellies presenting the red. blue and yellow  colors  of  the three ranks   of   the  order.    To  do  -special-dtpnnr_=J.iu!he .occasion .Jjlrs^  Brown   transi'nrmed   herself    for  the  nonce  into the chef de cuisine of  (he  house, with results that spoke volumes  for her skill and will make, thu K. of P.  installation   supper   of   lfOO   a     fond  memory  among  the  gourmets,    who  I were fortunate enough to  be  present.  MENU.  Joints.  Spiced Roast ot Ilcof.  -..Dressed Konst Turkcs  Hulled Ili'.m.  nonst Cioosc...        Konst Mutton.  Salads.  'Chicken." ;      Lobster.  Jellies.  Strawberry.  | buyers of every circumstance,  recognized   on every  side and  There has been a marked improvement all along  the line, even values have been made   greater,  and that in the face of steadily advancing market  | prices of such nlateriajs^most necessary for mak-  " ing". the - sale Va success;-. - There, is indeed' -rare and!  pleasing   satisfaction in   store for buyers here  during 'this week* and all we'ask is-the-privilege  of showing':you our goods and prices.   Commencing next "Tuesday morning we shall be- ready  for that purpose.  Linen Specials for  Tuesday        .  ' 72 inch extra heavy full bleached Satin finished table-  damasks, warranted nil pure .Irish linen, superior  quality,'our "regular price 75c. and S5c. yard, special   C-.ic.  -All  Jinen_crurrib  damask  pjnie_ . ,   ligured   damask    patterns, our  md $1.00. special  price...  cloths, sizes Sx4  regiilat  ind 10x4. in  ~pric*e~$8.50  .' $2.23  Clearing Prices in  Dress Goods  our regular  price  ..35c,  Lemon.  rait Cake.  Trifle  Gups and  Saucers  English  regular  dozen.  make,  first quality,  size, only 00  cents  the  pet-  Fresh  Groceries  A Carload of assorted Groceries  now being opened up. The most  complete and varied stock now  on hand ever offered by us. The  latest delicacies in town; some  of 'them especially inviting.  When you feel like'having something "for a change" drop in and  i-ee our up-to-date Grocery line.  Weciin satisfy the mostfastidions.'  We are Sole Agents For  Sherry.  Sweets.  Cormieoplns.       Tipsy Cake,  l.udlos Fingers.  Fruit.  Oranges. Apples.  : Walnuts.       Stilton Cheese.       Celery.  After the doughty knights had done  ample justice to the above bill of fare,  the following toast list and programme,  was rendered:  PROGRAMME.  Toast;....... .................'.The Queen  Son**���������Silver Hells .............Bro.Burridgc  Toast���������Onr Troops in Africa ���������   ...i .-wT L-.������������������,njj; G. Allan  emus���������ii.*..*     ......Bro. Gill  Toast���������Grand Lodge -.    ." Responded to by Bro. J. G. A linn  Song���������The.Scotcliman's Revenge    Bro'. Crewdson  Tonst���������Past Chancellor    .Responded to by Bro. Gilt  Toast��������� Chnncellor Comtnandar.;Bro. T)r. Cross  Recitation���������BtdrtyMcGee ..;..:....Bro. Winsor  Tonst���������Visitor Knights   ..Responded to by Bro. T. Howston, Edmonton  Song���������The Collier Boy...-......; .Bro. Brundrett  Toast���������Absent and Sick Brethren    .Responded to by Bro. J. Simons  Song���������Bonnie Scotland .............Bro.Simons  Toast���������The Ladies    Responded to by Bro. VFinsor  Rowr���������College Studies ...  '.v.-;'.Bro. Cross  Toast���������Our Host and Hostess      Responded to by Bro. Brown  Duet���������Kentucky Babe...Crewdson aiid Winsor  Toast���������The Press..Responded tobyBro.Winsnr  Sons���������Dorris........................ Bro, Winsor  Toast���������A Happy and Prosperous Xew Year to  all Pvthian Lodges.  Black figured lustre. 40 inch wide  45 cents, special price   A few dress lengths of 7 yards Fancy Dress .Material,  silk and wool, in all shades, actual value ijiS.of). sale   Jjiu'.OO  Black French Brocade, silk raised effects, very very  rich in appearance. C to GA yards, cheap at $0 50.'  specia] '. "... .$1.00  Men's Suits  Men's All Wool Tweed Suits, in fancy.checks, dark  color, bent tiimmings throughout, regiilor price  $11.50, sale price $0.75  Ladies' Winter  Underskirts--^ M ~"���������"  Ladies' Metallic Stripe Skirts, in black and white,  green and black, purple, and white, regular goods  and $2.5'.), sale  price ' $1.7a  umiember Kanihulaand Uliindi. this  would be his supreme opportunity lo  rise and hurl himself across the" Natal  frontier. But 1, having just returned  ,1'rom my native country, have been  able to report to the government at  Pieterinaritzburg that there is not the  slightest symptom of disloyalty, t>nt  the idea of lifting a linger against tha  whitu subjects of the great and good  queen.  "There is'among the chiefs and  indiums of my people an almost universal hope that the imperial nrmswill be  victorious,   and   thut  a   government  which .by its inhumanity and relentless  injustice, and apparent inability to see  that the native has any right, a white  man should   respect, has  forfeited   its  place among the civilized governments  of the earth,' and should, therefore, be  deprived-of   powers  so   scandalously  abused���������formerly   by slavery  and   in  later years hy  disallowing  the  native  to buy  land,  -vml   utterly   neglecting  his  intellectual   and   spiritual" needs.  There.are wrongs to.be. redressed, but  we Zulus believe that England will "be  more willing to redress them than any  other power.    There is still much.to be  done, in  the   way   of   educating   and  civilizing the mass of the Zulu  nation.  We chiefs of that nation have observed  that   whereever   England! has   gone  there.the missionary and teacher follow, and that there   exists sympathy  between the authority of her  majesty  and the forces  that  labor civilization  and Christianity.   .We Zulus have not  not y*>t forgotten what we owe to  the  late Bishop   Colenso's   lifelong  advocacy,   or   to   Ladv   Florence    Dixie's  kindly interest.    These are things that  are more I han feat of England's might,  that keep our people quiet outside any  loyal  inside.     This   is not   a   passive  loyally   with   us.     Speaking   for   almost all  fellow: countrymen in Zulu-  land, I believe, if  a  great emergency  arises in  the  course  of   this   history-  making war. in" which England   might  find it necessary to  put  their  loyalty  to the test, they  would   respond ,with  readiness  and "enthusiasm,   equal   to  th'it when   they fought   under  King  Cetewayo against  Lord  Chelmsford's  may.    Again assuring  you  thai the.  Zulu people are  turning  deaf ears, to  Boer promises as  well* as   threats;   I  remain- w i I h-th e���������most���������earnest���������hopeful-the  ultimate  triumph  of  General  Duller, who fought my  king  for  half  a year���������vour humble and most, obedient servant, M'PLAANK.  :          "Son of Magueude, brother of  Cetewavo."  Ladies' Winter Jackets  for S3.00  Ladies' Heavy Tweed Jackets,'in brown and white  mixtures, regular at S7.00. special $8.00  Ladies' Black Beaver .Cloth Jackets, button front.  Special value at S8.50, special $1.75  25 Per Cent; Off  Walking Hats.  <5>  IT WAS  NEARLY SUCCESSFUL  But the Position Was Too Well Pro-'  tected and the British Had to Retire'  After Surrounding and Getting Close1  up to the Fort.���������The Armored Train-  Docs Good Service.���������British Lo.-s���������2i-  Killed,   24 Wounded and I3 Prisoners.-  .      [SPECIAL DESI'iTCK TO THE.UCS&LD.]  CATETtAvx, Jan. 0���������A despatch from"  Mafeking, dated Dec. '22, ���������just' received  here says : At dawn today Col. Powell-  organized an unsuccessful attack upon  a   strong   position   of the   enemy   at'  U-ametree. two uiiles  from   Mafeking,  from which the Boers have been main-'  taining   a   desultory    but    annoying-  shell and rifle fire   for   several   weeks.  The railway has recently  been reconstructed between the town and Giuno-  tree, where! Boers-had' destroyed   it.  final repairs having  been liiaile in preparation   for a   sortie.      During   the  night the armoured train, with maxim'  and     hotchkiss   guns     under     Cap!.-  Williams and the troops took up their  positions for an attack froiii both sides...  Capt. Bentiek and his  squadron   \verev  iu  reserve upon the lefo while the  extreme left wing was occupied   by  the1  artillery under  Major  Panzer,   and  a;  galloping maxim of tlie Cape mounted  I police, the  whole   being   under   com-'  Inland   of Col. "lloro.-    Einplacemenls-  were thrown up during the night,  the  orders being to attack at dawn and the  artillery to'desist fire upon a prolonged-  tooting" from   tho  armored   train.    At.  daybreak   the guns opened   lire   and  rapidly drew the enemy out", ihe shells ���������  bursting within effective range. - Capt. ���������  Vernon gave the. signal to.ce.ise  firing'  and to advance, his  squadron  leading,  off.      Gurnet rue   is   surrounded ' with'  scrub  which   crfntaiued- many ' sharp--  shooteis and their accuracy.of Bre stillt-  furlher  confused   the  men.  who  had-  followed Vernon   and   who saw   him'  and his brother officers killed.      Being; ^  without     a     commander   they  were;'   .  driven   off  at  one   point., but    they,  endeavored     to   .   scale       the      loi-t.  at   others.     They   found   tlie. posi-'  .  tion   of   the   Boeis   however  almost'-  impregnable.    When we retired undorr-  cover of  the  armored train  so  many  men had been wounded that a snspen-*  sinn  of hostilities   becanie necessary'-  which accordingly took   place��������� under'":,  the.auspices .of the Red Cross Society.  The   veldt around  the Boer  position  was at once dotted with flags of mercy   .  and-ob was  seen   that -0111- > wounded*',;  were scattered within a short radius of*--''  the fort.    We. had  almost completely"'  surrounded it and  h'ad  that  not'been',  so extraordinarily well- protected:  we*'  should have been in possession. '        ,  London, Jan. C���������The War office has  received   through   General     Forester'  Walker at   Capetown   the* following'  list of casualties:  Officers killed:.Cape-  Vernon, Capt. Sanford. Lieut.   Patton  and IS non-commissioned officei-s  and  troopers.   Three iroopets 'were  made'  prisoners.       Gen.    Forester    Walker"  points out   that   while   the  despatch;  gives all  the names  it  fails   to  show-'  that six officers were hit.  Hensbckg, evening, Jan. A���������Colcs-  burg is not yet occupied by' the'  British. The Boers resisting stubborn-:  Iv. They unexpectedly attacked til's*  British left this morriing-hnt were re-'-  pulsed. The British loss in today's'  engagement was light. The Boers -  reported lost 100. including 20-prison-",  ers taken by the mounted Infantry.  According to Sterkstrom advices the'  Boers have retired from Mo'.teno.  A Capetown despatch says that'it, is'-  rumored that Col. Baden-Powell has  again defeated the Boers at Mafeking.-  A" later report, which is somewhat ol>-  sc-iire- says t hat a .British storming*"  numbered   SO  Officers of the N. W  All   Ladies'   Felt   Sailor and  "   means a $2.00 Hat  for   This  .$1,130  Fur Capes  Ladies' New "Greenland Seal Capes, very high collar,  cut full sweep, lined seal brown sateen, regular  $30.00, sale price to  clear $10.50  T. Contingent.  list of officers  for the North  6  Boys' Winter Reefers  Boys'Napp Cloth Reefers, all wool lined with black  farmers' satin, all sizes, our special value at $5.50,  this sale price S4.00  Boys' Napp Cloth Reefers, check tweed lining, our  regular price $2.75, special at 1J2.C0  Mens' Overcoats  Your Needs in Hosiery |  Can   be   easily. satisfied   at   this Store, no matter J*  what it may be in Hosiery  for  man. woman, child 3  or  infant.     This  is  the.  oneslore thai, has antici- 5  pated every demand and   reliable  qualities, alw-iys j  and invariably the best values within your reach. 5  Caps and  Tarn O'Shanters  These lines we wishtodiscontinue in stock and so  make prices that, will clear out what we have left  in a hurry.    Ready f"T to-night.  If you are judicious  You will not leave it loo late to come for a share of  these very generous giving.". Each one speaks for  itself.  Tho following is the  for the two sqiiadi*ou-<  West:  North West Mounted Rilies���������In  command���������Commissioner <L. W. Hot-  chi'iier. N. W. M. P.; Serond-in-Com-  inaiid���������Lieiitenant-Colonel S. B.Steele,  N. W. M. P.; Adjutant���������Inspector M.  Baker. N. W. M. P.; Transport Offic. r  ���������R. W. B. Euslache, Moosomin;  Quartermaster���������.Inspector .1. B. Allan.  N. W. M. P.: Medical Officer���������Vacant;  Veterinary Surgeon���������Dr. Itidell. Calgary: Majors���������Major James Walker.  Calgary, and Superintendent Howe.  North West Mounted Police; Captains  ���������Superintendent E.  S.  Sanders,  and  Inspector A. E. R. Culbcrt; Subalterns  ���������Inspector J. D. Mm-die. J. V. Begin.  J. A. Davidson. A.C   Macdonell   and  T. R.   Wroughton.   of   the   MVuinled  Police, and   Captain   Inelis,  Lieu tenant   John   Taylor.  Dragoons, and Lieutenant T  iners, Edmonton.  party   numbered   SO   men.   of wBicli-  liuinber 21>were killed and33 wounded.;  The Lieutenant and 5 men reported''  missing at Freie'Catnp yesterday have."  turned up all'safe.  Nothing new from Fi-ere Camp to--  day. It is generally believed' that"  Buller will make- a '.move in the next"  few days.  Montreal. Jan. 5���������A portion of the'  2nd Sou til Africa contingent left Montreal last night for Quebec, receiving"  a magnificent demonstration at th<>  station before the dep.ulure of the*  train.  .Calgary  Manitoba  W.Chal-  ; The New Year's Shoot.  -  The gun club took advantage ot the  line weather on New Year's Day to  shoot off a match between two teams  captained by A. McDonald and A.  Mcliae. The.scores were as follows;  .-McDonAUv  C. B. Hume & Co.  &  Revelstoke Bonspiel.  TliPidate of the Revelstoke   bonspiel  and carnival  has  been  fixed.    It  will  take place during the  whole six* days  which .commence Monday.  February  10th. The programme includes hockey,  snovvshoe.   ski and curling   contests.  The leading business nien of the city  have luinK up some valuable prizes fiir  the week's tournament and  their example should  be followed   by   every  resident making a point of doing nil  they can to help to ensure a success  for   the   energetic   and    enterprising  men. who are at the head of the pro-j  ji'tt and  to give  our  visitors on   the!  occasion   a   heartv   welcome   and . a I  pleASant(,ltnie  while they are  among  n������.  McDonald..10101  Johnston...nilOO,  I.nwrenue...11110  Allan....... 11010  Taylor 00001  McRpe..'..'. .10010  Barber .....mil  Brown...... 16011  Stewart.....00100  Skene... 00000  10111  OtfOl  limoo  01011  10111  11101  11)011  01������)i  liXnX)  01010  01010  01111  11110  10-jOI  OO-JU  inn���������is  00101���������13  10101���������14  011013���������11  0100a���������10  McRae.  00101    01111  1)0011..-01001  won oouro  ooc<y> ooou  01000 00010  11111  urn  101OJ  00100  00000  11111���������18  11110-rlS  CllOI��������� 3  W101��������� T  OOOuO��������� 2  ������f**������f*g������&++********^^  " Our Ferguson Edition.  Cinco. Wash.. Jan. 4, 1900.  Dear Herald: Your write up of  Ferguson and Circle City was all O.K.  and I am proud to see the district  receiving some good pushing- t������ the  front. Nothing "like "printer's ink."  Will you kindly send me 10 copies of  the Ferguson writeups as I can use  them to good advantage and they tuny  add another shipper to the L*trdeau  country in the near future. I expect  1   to be up soon.  O. D. K.  THE SENIUM C0VEMENT-  Holds on to Office-by the Vote of the'  Speaker After Being Twice Defeated  on Resolutions Moved By the Premier'"  Victoria, Jan,-3.���������Tho Semlin gov--  eminent w������������ defeated  last  night.hys*  one vote on a i-psoliition otTered by the.:  premier that the speech of the  Lieut.-'J  Governor be taken  into consideration1  next Monday.    A second   motion  put?  by the premier that the  house, stand*  adjourned till 2o'clock on Monday was*  also lost.    ?t!r. Turner then ihoved that*  the   adjournment   be  until   Tuesday.  Attorney-General   Henderson    talked- .  the resolution out and 011 the   evening]  session the arrival of W-'C.  Wells  of'  X. E. Kootenay gave the government  a tie and the adjournment  resolution'.,  was ultimately decided by the vote of  the   speaker."    The  Lient-.-Govenior'-,  speech     promises ; legislation  to giv-r  incorporated towns laiger  control   of'  their,   schools ��������� and' to   deal  with  the*  measurement of logs.   The  Boundary'  district is  promised  a .representative-'  and aniendnients are to be introduced'  to the Coal Mines and Liquor  License-  Act.    The   OuiPnica district is  to  hiv  tendered accessible and a wagon io.*id;  is  to   be   built  along; the   Kitituaab  valley.  Grim Retribution.  The following epitode of' the war is-  reported by tne Ixmdon "Daily Mail."'  telling of a cowardly traitor and sng-  gesting not obscm*eIy the manner of  his end:  "When Lord Methuen's force was  on its way to the front the fact was*  elicited from two captured Boer spies  that the English station master at  Orange River had been telegraphing:  every possible information about our  troops to the Boers. Well did he deserve his fare, which he met lite a cur,  howling for fi^ei-cy.** Revelstoke   Herald  Published In interests of  Rerehtoke. l.arilciu. Mljr Head, Trout Luke  nilvillewset. Albert Canyon, .loril.111  Van ami Kaide T.-im IHnriets.  A. JOHNSOV  FpoiJJ'iotol*  A   >finl-'*-'������Klv   Journal,  pnhlished   ill   the  Smreti ol KcvilMokc ami die aurroumlliiK  ���������Vlw, \V rJiuvslay" mid Saturday*1, niaKUitf  ������*������M������������onnoction6 with all trniuj.  Advertising Kates: Display ud.v *rl fn inn*  ���������elunni lucli,iJi.i>J nor inch when inserted mi  u-tleumc.' Lvgal ads. 101* i*r (nonnai-n-ll line  t������*- flr*i insertion*. ,V (or cacti addition aMn-sei*  ti������B. Reading iiuili*������s. 10c per line each ismiiC.  Mrtii, MarrlaKCaml Death notices, tree.  Hiti-Tipiion liana: l������y mail or curr it,, m.iio  ���������������������- annum; il.ii for six uhhiius strictly ui au-  "ur'jol Department: ' TitK Hi:i!AU>. .Job  Sapartroeiu ii one ol the best i-.iul'.i'til prlnilu*--  offlcMin W'vji Kootenay, and i-> |>renar������il 10  ���������Mfute nil kindJ of jivinuns in llrst-chii*.** styl--  fcouwt prices. One I'rlw to all. No Job too  ������r e-nou* too jmall-for in. *f������" "'��������� '���������;������  jnromntlT attendetl to.   Clve. 11= 11 trial on join  " To������C������rfcFpandeW������: We Invite rom-spaml-  onecoa iny'fiibiwi of liuereM 1.. the pen.-r.l  public. and ������l..������ir* n reliable rein lar "n'.'-'*-  Uneiu In every locality --nrrouiidiii*? bevyt-  noko. In all raw the. U-n*. ih1c.ii.ii.le .1 He  irrlttr niuit neeomjiane nuiii'scrlpt, but- "ot  ncctraarllv for piilihciulmi.  Attilrcn all cvaunuiik-.iiioiii  REVELSTOKE   HERALD  NOTICE TO  CORRESPONDENTS.  1. AllcorrefirtiidcneemnM be leidbly written  1-0 one Jlilcof ili������ !'���������'*!���������"������������������ "������'.* ��������� .  ��������� corre������i"inlenee oontainim.- peraunnl mat-  t������r must be sl-rned with the prup.-r mime of the  "a.'corrMlwndcnce with 1efere1.ee to iiiiy-  thlarihatha* appeared In .inoibei- paper ���������litisl  ������r-t lis ottered for publKmUon to that paper  b������foreii ran appear in Tin: Hl.UAi.ii.  ,-     -������������������..r-'*,*o*<v-,-iv*'Wv's3ira**^W'ra'S.''i'?5i  ed, and on the upper jaw u block is  carried, having a chamber communicating hy means of u tube with a  reservoir containing tho iudeiihlo  lluid. The tuba incloses n lilntiaei*  operated from the upper lever ami Is  provided with lateral ports at. Hi.  upper and lower ends. The lotvor  ports penult tho Jluiil to run into the  chambered block when tho .plunder  is raised, and tho upper l-oi'ls permit  the liduid above the plunger lo he  forced back into the reservoir, k  Symbol currying plates aro removably secured to the chambered bloc-It.  The. symholis consist ' of lcUcr;*, it-;-  wres or other characters ami are  formed   of   tubular   pins.  In using the instrument the levers  aro operated to ������e para to the jawa. By  reason of this motion the pluuser will  ho drav.ii upward to permit 'luo liquid  from thu reservoir lo flow Into-th'-'  chtimher. After placing 'Ihe impi'e.-,-  slon block ���������oarrlbil by the lower .���������.tw  against the. outer side of.the animal'.**  car the lovers are operated to ioi.-e  the tubular pins into the car, .t'm-.'o*  by causing the phuiECi* lo eject' liquid  into flio wound.  A spring within the tube bolus "d''--  plunger normally liclow the lower  parts, so that the liquid will not escape when the device is not in use.  AMATEUR STRATEGISTS.  ���������The amateur military critic as they  have him in England today is no  new creation. The man who knows  all about it is not a thing of yester-  iay, but has existed for a score : of  centuries.; Long,' long ago when Aemi-  ltus Paulus was about to take,.over  ������be supreme command of the Roman  army in Macedonia.he addressed the  Roman people as follows:  "In  erery  club,  good: heavens!     1  ���������may say at every dinner table, there  are gentlemen who lead armies .into  Macedonia, who    know    where    our  ...'earnpa   ought   to   be   pitched,     what  posts ought to be garrisoned, at what  time and  by what pass the enemy's  country  ought to "be --entered;"-where  our depots ought to be put, by what  routes, be it by sea or land, supplies  aught to.be conveyed, when we ought  to fight and'-'when- stand  oh the  defensive.    Not only do they lay down  /the! law as to what! should be done,  kut  if   anything is    done   differently.  .  from .��������� what' they - prescribe,   they   arraign .tie genera! as if he were   on  '/bis trial.' ; :-v;i-';A"!:  .:"': The   foregoing .extract jtfromrLivy  /: -orafl 'no less/.true two thousand years  ago than it is today. Generals' have  .keen tried  and 1 found ��������� guilty for i no,.  other reason  than'���������'������������������: that their   course  ���������'���������'ml.action;..was, not! in.  .accord    with  /thei views  of  the: amateur critics; of  /the1 clubs! who are only six thousand  ���������'"��������� ������ilea: away. ? More nonsense has - oeen  spoken and written concerning , the  Boer war by. the amateur critic :than  ���������V-Would double the size of; the: Eh.cyclb-  !B������Ledia Brittannica.'   Tt is to he hop--  ..edj that;, when   . AemiliusV Bobbsihs  ���������:. takee   over ;the   British   legions   anti  pushes the war  into  Africa ho  will  let the critics do the criticismsWhile  ���������hi   does: what  he-'thinks.'right'.-and  proper   under   the ; circumstances.:,  A good Now Year's rcsoinliou���������  renew your subscription to The ilof-  ald without.delay.  They arc talking.a good deal about,  the good roads movement, in. Ontario.  It is suggested . U-iiV Ulc;; v-c*i<;*-'- "l  kimborley would be a .very. good  Rhodes movement.   ,:  The      slab-sided.   ' voiindshouldcrotl  rustler. , who ���������*can:;.shoot is :!ufmitely  more,   useful   lo    Britain;  trained  caVtVvyman.' who  ������������������������������������ than :. unit uows  how  to'ridc into the 'front end .of  a br.l-  let"accordingr to all the laws of military, good form.  As expected, Yaiikeo journals are  saying that young Winston ���������Churchill'*  heroism is ow'nu? to the Tact ���������V.w.  his rnothei* is .an . American woman.  They don't say how GhurcUill's Daicv-  mil. ancestor, the first, .tiiike. of Marl--  borough, managed:': to; make : a.; .Home-  foi* himself without the: advantage oi  an American, mamma,. ::::: ;.  ;-*Tho   alleged   Fenian.: Invasion : ; -;l  Canada /need; not;; scare -anybody.;-, ii  ttieyV:s;tart^:it:^  American government will not try U-  stop them. ,;:-:We:are spblliiiK ^-^  fight: just tow ���������: and; would ,. wiiliitgly  kill something that ought to ibo -kill,  ed.     Let  'em ..all" ebmc!     pur   homo-  guard will  consist:-.ot  boxes of vermin killer,  approach that.   '���������;  ;a- few. dozci!  :.Tlicy"; darcn 1  THE   OMNIPOTENCE (?)   OF LEGiSLA-  ������������������ ��������� TURES^'W.-'"-''^::.--..;^"'  ',. When Mr. J. S. Willison, editor : of  the Globe, was lecturing on Jouraal-  :tsn������ to the students of Toronto TJni-  rereity he cave utterance to "'a'"'.seat-  ���������,'.- ������nce which easily assays ono huudcrd  percent   in    wisdom    and . common  . sense. "If the journalists of America." ��������� '. he  said,   "had'..  dipped ;  deeper.'  ~into^history._into���������tliels_cience of poli-  ;; Tho   following,:   item    'appears    a-;  Prince Albert.,correspondence  inV lasv  week's   Regina. Leader:  ;"   lion.- v*4-  Nolin, of tho "Indian department; liet-  tleford, has .'returned fvom a :ptuU'i;c}.  ed^visit to the Medicine Kat-ho^iU-il.  He was accompauicd by Madaaie:  Nolin   and   is   quite  restored   to, hi?.  former .robust health,-and speaks in  the very highest terms ot the superintendent (Di'.SmytUe); and staff oi  kind nurses. '���������:.: Madami:.'-Nolin also has  warm words of commendation for;...the.  stan' and hears: Ihem in" aiiectiohate  remembrance. -������������������-.'.        .,..���������.- :.^  THE BANK CASHIER.  tli* Tntv-rcstliiK Story ui IIuw lie lllffl  X������il ILoh <he U-.inU VuuH.  "1 was ca-ihier of a bank in Pennsylvania a muni many years ago," said tho man  who was traveling on a deadhead puss,  ���������'ami al'lor a couple oC years 1 made up  niy mind that, things were too slow for  me. In other words, 1 decided to gobble  up what money I could and skip for Europe and i;o into business on my own  .hook. 1 bided my liiiie, and one night,  when I know 1 could lay my hands mi  about $011,000. 1 prepared Iu bid''the town  ��������� Boiiilh}'. 1 had a key to the bank and on-  other lo IHo vault, and an We had no  watchman.inside ���������! bad no trouble in gut-  tin;.; in. It was nbont 'midnight when I  made my raid, and 1 hadn't opened tho  vault .vol, when Ihe bunk door -was un-  liielieil, and, lite president entered. He  had an'empty oarpulbng Uiulor his. arm  and pit v.-i'iik.in the" knees when he saw  me. We hadn't passed a qiicstiou whoa  iiiiiither key clicked, and the manager cn-  le'red. lie also had an empty onriieHni-,:,  and he also got weak in tbo knees. The  three of us sat down, each with an empty  luu; at his feet, ami'looked at each otlicv  for ,1 Ions lime. It was the- president  who spoke first, and lie said:  ���������*i was worried about 'the funds in the  vault."  "Ho wasT," said the.manager.  "So iviisiO," 1 milled.  "And hadn't we better sec if they arc  safe?"  "I think we hnd."  "So do J." ���������������������������  "Then the president unlocked the vault,  and the three of us'stepped inside and  assured ourselves that the funds were all.  right. As wo came out; and the doors  were locked behind'us.lie said:  "I found this old carpetbag on the  'street tis 1.came along."  "And 1 found this," said tho manager.  : "And I. l'oinul this,". I ailded.  '���������There -.was aii interval of painful silence, and we all walked out together;  The outside watchman eaniu up as we  did so, and the president'observed:  "Special meeting, yon soe,.lames. You'd  hellcv go inside for 'he rest-ol! the night."  "Yes, inside," said tlie manager.  "Yes, inside, James,". I'added.  "James was locked in the bank," continued the ox-cashier, "and we bade each  other good iiight and.separated. It- was  an even up filing so far as it wont, and it  ought to have been so to the end, hut the  honest man is always the one to suffer.  Next day 1 got the' bounce. The president said that lie and the ..manager had  been thinking things over and had come  to tho conclusion that 1 had been tempted to rob the bank: anil would have got  away Willi every dollar if they hadn't  happened lo show up. , I.was honest in  .acknowledging it and had to go, nndT.bc-  lieyo they had their salaries raised for  : their neat., and solicitude." ��������� Chicago  News.': ,-��������� ���������'':''".:'.'-:" ���������:".���������.-:' -������������������";���������'.��������� ���������-'���������.'-'  y; \      Tlie Alert JAitlc Cliipnmitk.    ,'.'���������'  .���������.'���������: An ^acquaintance surprised me the other day by tlio: question, "What is a ch'ip-  luu'n'k���������how does he:differ irom a squii':  "t-clV"    1  thotight; everybody dmow  this'  gay  sprite  ol; the",": roadsides'. i:.He -is ,,a  true: squirrel,:.:about the;,size ot tlie eqiu-;  111011  "red  oiicv-;aiui: of "tlie  sanio.Jrcddisli:  tone,. whicli,:ii!;e the bi'ot!ier::ol' tho trees,  is much brighter in''-winterVthan in siim- .-  mer, when the long,,warm, liandsomo fui*,  Suitable i'or.coUl weather and- the niiptial.  linic, is replaced l.-y ii:v.'urin weather suit,  ������C a cooler, shorter: and paler sort,   llis  distinguisHin*;    marks . are':tv>*o    white;  stripes along tlm'side of :,Hie:;back; froih?  the fore shotilder'to': the: rootof the tail,  each bordered: by , a .black line, ��������� making  :Uim.:tlie   prettiest ot   our, lesser   quail-  rupeds and giving lo-hiui, as, with erect  ears   and   n-ailingy bushy   tairiio   scuds:  iiloug the tonce ovKentiipers iii'aiidr'6ut ot  n , brush  pilo���������for.-lie  is  a  true' 'ground  squirrel, rarely going.'eVeii upon the trunk  :o������.a tree���������an air of diindypride and 'ulei-t-  ness that .is'most engaging.   Iu the'.far  - west there are four "liuc'd and checkered  oaos.' ������������������,   ;'.,':������������������ ":';.'' ' -���������*���������''."������������������  .Our chipmunk is'the familiar of the old  stone,"walls,- Slid ;where' in soaie parts of  the .country those are'., disappearing .the'  .chipmunk is disappearing, too, while.many  askuiik and woodchueU also 'find themselves dispossessed.���������Idppincott's.  If  Ittai  li'>  >\5  I PERI A L  *%  ���������> I'a '*.*i UK t% ?������  Bficad Otlicc, Toroitto.  Capital Authorized, - 32,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up, - $2,311,034.00  Rest, - - si,soa,i72.oo  iNCORPOHATED 1670:  Waking  ���������uw-tO ������-������"���������  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated hy Act of l\utr.ianient, 1835.  HEAD OFFICE,MONTREAL  Evevy day-, increases-', .the  number.' of .-^patrons': of this  ctepavtment, and tlie ���������;,  Style������:.Fii-'..-..'/ ;  ���������   ;'-:.:;  ������������������:;q< iand;: Finish  of the Gai'inents we are turning but is the reason,:   ,:  V i' lady who has hot yet  paid a visit to this department  cannot: do better tliaii;,.cpm-.  mence the;.Js.ew Year,by,treating ihersclf, to one;, ot.-our  Costumes.--. ';':-:'-':"-  ���������DIRKCTOnS:'  H.   S.   Howlttntl,  President  T.R.'Mon'ltt.Vice-Pi'es,   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T  Suthorlaud,   Staynor  Klias Rodgcrs  D. R. AVilkle, General Manager  ,      BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,   "Edmonton,  Coldon; Nolson, Portap-o la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strnlhconn,  Vancouver, Wlnnlpog, Rovolstoke.  Ontario:  15RS0X, lforgiitt,. Gall, Inirernoll,  Ulstowol, Niagara falls, Port  Colborno, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Mario, St,: Catherines, St.Thomaa,  Toronto, Wollttiul, Woodstock,  Jlninilton, , .'*",  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  ot $1, and upwards received and interest   allowed.  'Debentures-���������Provincial, Municipal,  and   other 'debentures  purchased.  Drafts and .Letters of Credit-  Available at all points of Canada,  United Kingdom , United States,  ���������Europe India, China, 'Japan,' Australia, New Zealand etc.  -Gold   purchased.   '.;.;'������������������  This bank issues Special Receipts  which will bo accounted for at any  of the Hudson's Bay Go's Posts in  tho Yukon and Northern districts;  :���������  A. r. b:,hearn..;,:  AfanaKOi* ���������Rovolslnki"  Branob. ���������  PAID UP CAPITAL  HH6T FUND  $2,000,000 3i  $1,600,000 "^  D1RT50TORS: W'M. Moi.hon .Maoimihiison, President;  a. II. Ewino, VIce-ri-MUlonb 7.3!  \V. M. IMMSAY.SAMUKl. FlXI.KV, lll'MtV AUCIIIII.'.MI, J. P. Cl.liOlIOUN, *5������  It. JlAIIUl,ANl) .MOI.SON*. ..'���������.��������� 3'  . > F. Wotti.-KitToN Tuomah, aeam-nl Jliuiager, ^  Sf' " A KOiiornl banking business transactod,    Interest allowed al cuvront 3  ������=��������� ������*'*-*-***������. J. D. MOLSON, ^  S^ ' Man.uiku, Hkvui.siiikk, H.O.     at  tt  mu%  i'/'1  RBXL estate  i;;::;:Mi^iNG-;:;;::v  ^INSURANCE.  wrraiaw t**t,xn  ��������� >?{*>. wiwT-r-.'t-iwv^tcyrirwi i >-<*i nutnufrriit' a -iitt r*xx*yr*<vjrnaxm  white, GV/jxr/nvi  SCOTT  tical  economics,    into   the  "financial  heresies of  revolutionary  France'into  the   etrange and important social experiments of  the isecond French.  Republic, into ihe restrictive social and  economic  legislation    of  early   England, ihey would, have a less     profound   faith  in  the omnip'otence.--:. of  Legislatures  to  give    value  to  coin.  or direction to commerce,, to determine   the   wages  of    labor    or    th-2  : profits   of   industry, ..'..to   give : .<3iviu-  lty   to;: human "nature���������������������������*or  create    a  Paradise by statute."  r,The remark applies equally well to  members of Parliament, cabinet, min-  1 Biers, clergymen and the public -generally.    The present stagnation in ihe.  Slocan is a loud testimonial    to th?  - futility of  Legislatures trying to'ic-  gnlate the hours of labor.   An f-ight  '���������-���������hour day for miners is undoubtedly un  ,Ideal  and  proper  thing as  a  general  rule, bat its    adoption    should    have  been left to the miners and employers,  ��������� themselves.   This   is   admitted ' even  by the strongest advocates   of labor,  ^ to the present trouble, th(T New Denver Ledge remarking in its last issue  that while   .it    believes in    the eight.  ���������"��������� hour    day    it "thinks.;. the    Miners"  Union  and not the legislature should  regulate  the hours  of labor  and  the  n-age scale.'-*  Mr. .Willison's remark is one .that  sbould be. pondered by people who  ^elieT.e that Acts of Parliament will  make men sober,, that Statute Labor  ordinances will make them industrious, that the price ef silver and  ������ther commodities can lie fixed by  statute, and that trade can be diverted  from its natural channels by Par-  ���������jiaaieBt.     o ,'j_,:^-...  To the Rt. ;,Hon.: Arthur"������������������ BaUour,.  leader of the Imperial House ,of Co'.u-  ,mons, is due the honor of .putting llv.  whole war question into ; a sHon  phrase: .He said at. D'ewsbury: "Th-.1  Boers declai-atiou of war was not L.  struggle for liberty, but a bold,bid io.:  -c-nipiM.U=ae^fe^add'ed^^aji^^iL.soo^!  phrase:"; !'It .was not. to'���������:'..preset-v.,  what they had,; but to get 'wha.f--.tU2;.'  had 'snot.''",. , A -tliird , pithy scute:'*:.  was: ' "Tlie"'Boers/.did riot .risk ���������'1^  existence of their State " to./prevtni  the'X'itlauders getting a vote, bus.  their aim was to substitute. Boer io:  British rule-V'r: His ouaracleri-S--��������� u-:,  of tho language of ihe French "pv.������������������.-..  as "insane venom" will iiv(>.; It describes in two ..words both the. mouv;  and the,act. "     .  o���������:���������-������������������ :   --itU?  m:r kipung's poem -; on  :,:/:/;::- /'^ROBERTS.: ;/::,:-  "LORD  ; ������������������.; ,/ ��������� ; Coldsnnil lliit-c Hsluds. ::.;,,-.  -Many peoplo marvel why llic-y suffer so  frequently with- cold, iu the head.; Tho  inhttoi';,h'!is' pir/.slcd oven the omui-scieiii  doctor," and . his. only'---explanation .was  that sonie persons we're .constitutionally  incIiTSL'.d.-.tiiat'way. ;'���������.'���������'��������� ,;���������.;;  lii'v.estijr.ition shows.howayer, 'that/it .is.  all due. to the hands. 'Ko, matter'.' h6'w;  warn] 1 j- you clothe the rest of the body/  you readily catch".cold ir you leave the  hands exposed. ,-. ������. ' .,  The reason,:s very siuiplo after all.   Ot  conrs'i every one knows  that, tho .-.blood  ianil���������J^l^oiLJl*',^ej.a/c^^tv'.''o^t*J a   ^orc of  appas.l  Tiot .water,, wa-rinins  body. As tho" hand  than: other parts. 't  ���������liberal.stirjnly"-iii th<  aro  more  A  HEW WAY Or  BRANDING  A: new method of branding cattle  ?ob b2������n, devised by Walter A. Cameron, -of Stacey, llontana. By this  Bieans the animals are indelibly  Barked instead oi being burned. The  branding instrument consists, of wo  leverB pivoted together: and provide.'*  with jaws. .On the lower jaw a  ������Mt Hetal i-opi-Begion block is secur-  Sisty-sev'eri thousand head  were- shipped from. .Manitoba.an-i U;;  North West T'c-i-ritorje-s laot-yotu*��������������������������� :;-���������  largest number .on', recoru.  Sergeant LangU*y' of -thV.Pruvur'-'.���������'���������'���������-.  -liolici-   has, been   appoiuLed   ciiin     ;.;  polite- of" the city or Victoria.-.    '-���������',./  -.ver������. 2o0'ai>piicants  tot  - the  iiO^u:.1..,.  which is- worth Si-5 per.-nioatn.  "-'A-new'.'postal    division     IwS     i: ������������������; ���������������������������  erected   in .British  Columbia-, ,'V.ciu:-:���������- ���������  m-r  of  the   con-=tituencic*o ; "':'     "'--:  iiu"ward���������--New.- -WesUimisw-r. u'u'i. t-'i���������<"'-���������  boo.    \V.   H.   IJ.ormau- lus     i.,...-:i --.-:���������  pointed  post  office-   tniiitotuv   i-ji   ^v  Vancouver.(livisiou, in the p-'ov.--!-;*.  A  Vancouver,   B.c',ieiti-r .*j:;m>-.iii-V-  thai detaus have oeen receUvu  l'v<'.^-  Atiin- o������  tUe'worlc .of .the. 1K>in.-a:...-:  surveyors  in  deft-i-miijing  t.h>,-. o.-.Uiv--.  ary   line   between     britiKti ��������� iJjjL.ur,.���������.-;������������������.  and: the North West   i'ei>-itoVie.= .   I ���������-���������  surveying -parties   have     r^tu'-iie';.   -..-,  Atlin from'the'field where iii^yha'-''  been engaged for many monin-:,   _���������-���������  latitude- and   longitude  qf ' i.ulvt.. jj-"'  nelt and nearly:'a .lozeu  otii::i' pou.  we're  secured  by  eareful   oij.-i.-i.'.-.i.:,;..  and computation,:   the    party wot-" ..,  easterly iro;n Lak-s. Ucfliin'-l.,. :Uo.::;; >, .���������  lines of the .sixth  iiari-.th.-l   to  Ihe  =������������������'  tlier .shore of Lake Tcaiin   .  The. post office, depatlr-iem iii!-:: issued a bulletin to Caaatiian j-'./..:-  mastcrs calling their attcntiou to.ilv-  fact that under the purea post i'o;;.if  lat:ons no parcel can bt forwir/rctr  to Great Britain or any country..w lib  which closed parcels arc ijxcl:aug'-ii  unless duly accompanied by v. ������u--  torns declaration giving name' of _ the  sender and contents, value and weignl  of the parcel. The forma in qu-jsl-  i.o ail postmasters for Ihe use of tiie  public. This regulation applies rvr.!:  to pitrcelr. forwarded under pnr.'vi  ^:ost regulations: it has no .application te> packages of ihe foui'i'n cia:-:.  (generail, msrehandisc-i open0.to inspection, circulating in Canada, or  addressed to the United States.  TOr-xrr!'  esposi-o  r.- *-c-.*.:.-!ve a rao'rv:  I'-jatin-; ihr.d. "Bai  tli.i*5!,b!tjud'.is inrjiediateiy chilled ft'nd r-:;  turaedc.Biaii icy s;at" to tiia ian'.-s. Herr  it Si?ts "up InCaiumation.' wich the "3a*.'orfc  eon-^e'.i/'.caicfs of'/conr-estior.^:'Vrhich i?  commonly called''..efild. !r'r-:>;S; tai;e Cflr*'."  to -wcir/gloyes'cn'-sr.'y day thst -is'rather/  chilly, it is astoni^siiair iv!v.-;t a,-Jot .of:  colds -yon-:-will'warij. off-���������-Cindonim Ls-  ijoirer.  ���������WllTltCd   3   VlTTTl  1*0**-   Hi?*   -MO������<*y.  . An Austrian.-.��������� contiuj?. v-p <m a r-:-i,:f*n!  steamer, itA) ,i:i^iviUi.: i.^o t,lui.i.-..rc, - v.'^-.,,  ..ted him into many -vajsr./ Tiicy w-cres:-.  'invariably F!;cee:::';?:n thnt'he U<-< :imt'. ������is-  nk:iou:i that'tiivj''were- "ti':ia;" the l-'-tn/  but o:n".li ii'.'w pi-iif/ositioa waa" so tempt-  inir;th:i: ho couM. n.>r:.r<:^ii;t it.'' At las*,  a.v they a^yoaehed the-Golden Gale, Iiv"  eauated up ilie t'ev.-ina.ntr, of his roll,  ' ���������'Gent!i?:iier.l" he sa'nl to ili������i:i. "I iiniy  f have just; S-- in Amoiican lauur-y le'i.  Now, 1. vill, risk it a!! if yon', will name  this.- last' bet." ..-    ,'.'-.-'  The others ivers.curious, and, kno-.vin-*  they -conI'd not' lose, mm-rh, consented,'and  asked what his���������'proposition" was. " .-.'���������'���������'  ."It is this," he Mid. "I'll l,qt 3*'oi.i,S22  that I can yell'-IOMder than the:������������������is'hlpV  steam.-'ivhistia. Of/ conrso. .f'l! lose," '-h������  added, "but, by ji.'iso. 1 know the whistis  can't ba fixed."~'rian Francisco Arsonaut.  -.'-''���������/::-;:���������:���������/���������'. :::--/-:::'::,/;''r-Bobs.:/.;;"; ';//:''":-���������''"/'.,"/  There's ndittle rctl faced iman, / :?.,.;  -: ; -������������������ Which is: :Bobs,��������������������������� ��������� =-  ���������.-������������������:;/:-yJ-','/':  Kldes the tallest, 'orse:.'e: can,;.-;���������������������������.-,/;���������,.  v:'-'::':duT':BObs.?'..:'''- '';'>.'."./.' :" :/":'-:-':'::.:  Ifittmchs-oriUickis^or/veaTs;::-/::;-'.: -  "Bicaii sit'-foi"twenty years ;.    /.::-/  With a smile,round both 'is ears;  ": :, Can't yer, Robs. *:.//.:: ;,  Then 'ero,!s to 'Bobs/Bahadur,  /," Little /Bobs. Bobs, Bobs! ������������������������  /  'E's our puklta Kandahader; /:/:  Fightin'. Bobs.. Bobs, Bobs',  'hl's- tho dood ol Aggy Chel; ������������������-._-  ���������E's/the man that ...done us. well,  /,  An- Ave'll follow,;'im to 'ell;;  '���������"���������  Won't we, Bobs? ,; :'���������������������������//-.;  If n limber's slipped'a trace, '..';  ::'Ooiv::on Bobs, .;,;.:'  If..a'-marKer's lost 'is place,     ; ...  .-/. Dress by Bobs.  For e's eyes all up 'is coat,./,  An' a bugle in 'is throat.   ,;  ��������� An' you :'-wll not /play the goat;    . : ?  ���������   'Under Bobs./ ,...'../ ;/./'  E'g a little down on drinlc,,.  /..Chaplain Bobs...  But it keeps us.-.outer clinic;../.,  i''.  :     Don't it Bobs? /  ^fi.*w_e/?'iILnJli complain  ..:'.      ���������;',..:  "Tho' 'e's ->*"5nriron^n<i=rjTai-n*-?=^^  U'e leads us straight again;    ;:  ��������� Bhi'e-Hsht Bobs.   .',������������������  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  ':/- Ktc."-:/.':::-:/v.- ���������  Taylor Block, /McKenzie Avenue,;lic'v-  /      olstoko Stuiion. :-  ,   Money To Loan.  White,;-        J. at.  Scott, B.A./  Q. C. L. L. B. '  I        F. L.  Gwillim,. -    -  .W  ���������;Bra.xtvs-. ,&.mcc;ak,- ssr,"  ::  ���������;Barrister's,��������� Solicitors,  Etc.   .  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at S per cent.  Ofllces:      Jlolsons Bank Block. /  -  First Streot.'.Reveif-toke Station,. B.C;  H  .cj\.enzie:/;/vye<i/  : J./ w,; Cross, /a2.~i>..  -Ollle.r-: ��������� Taylor   Block,. Maekouzie  Hovolstoko..-,'    :-'������������������"        " .::  '-..Suroio'ii In-tlio C.f.n '���������'���������'-.'', ���������''.'.  '--  Health ollleur. iJity'or.Unvolsto c.'.-'���������'  ;p:t.KSBYTEiaAN/:CHUHcil-Hovclstol*o.  ,f titirvico :ever.v,,Suodny ut 11 iv.m. &ail 7:S0  p.ill.-... Biir.O: ,01 iBa at- 2StO:'.: p.m., to .which  nil ore v,-oUioine..;Priiyor:. .tsectiiig nc u b.iu'.  ecer.y-Wedi'c'-'i-i:;*. ..'.rr.v" :::::.::,' :������������������..������������������'.������������������������������������.���������'.���������  ,/:,1:A:::i���������/���������:      / BSV. T/iMlCNZIBS,-Pastor.-:.'.-  Rc  OMAN   /CATHOLIG   ORUnOn~Rdvcl-  etoko   : M-u-a'.' Jlrot;and third ai:*i:la;.-H kn  uioii'b *itu'������',0 a. tn. : ���������               -    - --:..  ������������������-_���������- ,:r.-a-.'.';----..'--.'--,-;---'KEV.-'.FA'ritn!K.'.THAYKtt.:'::  Cil I'VA.'no.N' :A'RMV���������Mccfingi overy/j-iBlit  M:  la.their hall on Front Street ���������:.  -/���������Methodist Church,- Revelstoke// -. ���������';-::  //Preaching;,, serylcea-'at'-'-:'ii-';:'a."-:;-:ih.;;  and 7:30./ p'.ra. Class meeting; at tho  close" of/tho- inorning- ;service. /.Sab-,  bath': school and, Bible/class /at 2:30.  Weekly: prayer' meeting/ every Wednesday .evening at .7:30.'.:-The .public:  are/cordially invited.. Seats free. /  REV.S.J.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  Church of  Eight   a.m  meeting,   litany  England Sunday: Services.;  Holy Communion;   11  and: sermon,-;..(Holy.  Eucharist, first Sunday in/the month);  2:30 Sunday : school, or childrens',  service; 1:30 evensong (choral) :and  sermon. : 'Holy.; ..Days���������-The .Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m.:*:,as- /announced. / Fridays���������7:30  "Evensong, with," / spiritual. ;; reading.  aJter Sunday, school at"y':i5;/;,:':  Wholesale and' Retail Dealers hi  W0^M{is0asoh.WS^  v;  ���������PBwa������������aui iwwmmgm  Tuliic: l'ii!*i:is!iorl with the cho'cest/  ;ilii!:-iii:tr:*;i-t.:.-t>.ttVirdH.-e;7B6'st . Wines/  /Lit!uoi,s iv:vd.''<JiiVars;';.,:.'-.LiirRe'f--,lii<ht/:'  .. lielll'oi/lllii.:; :,;::.������������������Krttl!8'"/>'''$l;/*.'..;tt"i:;.''llliy.''.!.  ::"W'riiii.hl\'':n.iti?i*���������*'���������'���������'/    v :.::/!:":;://;:/'//--:;-.///  ":i  --,'k'������l*:-  ���������:\M  Illii;S  U  ^R.ATE^;;;$i.oo.;/;:PE.R/;pA-r/;:/  %-y-   ..III....  G bbel actio tp tn odation. ;':���������:���������./ A';/ gooti;: oir /  ;/;;:vv6]l>tii 'i'* io!l;'-wi(h;choic6/wi;**������/  "liquors ah'd:'cigars.-:-/;/>/;f::::/::';///:/;?/'';.  ;f  m  :;I|f"  - vllw"*;;  :'^ir ���������  l'-l  ������������������.Fp'oiB'iB.u.s WIeets^All:'Tpaihs,/  :Proprietors;..; Ts���������.,:';'/:/,-^/';t>//:'.:  %������>������m.  |**fc������rB^ij-L2^i,jr.  Fesd aid Sale .'Stable of tho Siardioau arid Trout Xako  ROBI3BT.-B^.MiSDW  t it  ... Hja.iiit-,:i������-<"'-*-���������-;(-n!*w,  ..Siamese!paupers ar.dicri'iniiial*! are not,  eromated- -vlten they die. but, taken to a  temple, where tlioh* bodfea are cut������������������;**:  tbre<> places and laid out ir, thf- teriipli-  incilosure, vrheie thi-y riva d*������v<iiirod .by.  parsrib'dosR and a ilwelcof TtiUurcs kept  there for that purp'.-e.   ���������...���������.  The Siamese cor';,* f'if'ir yc-.ir:<,-b'y F<-t-  of- 3.2, each year Ijeiiri'ii;; t!i-> urrrae ',:'  som������ an!*.*n.*tl., P,���������*���������-'-.!������������������''. !:g;*i in Pft.-u*!* ti-  animals of lyhich' iu-" hoi/tilft.-ra'iis'L !:������������������  marry. 1'hsis a uajw,. hPtu-,���������������������������a a tn:::,  bora in the year.'of lae' litrer .vv'ih a' '*:..  born in the year of the rabbit would 1/;  ���������ery unfortunate for Jie.*r. .  C/inrlcr*/: :i-*i'lir:n!.-..  ���������nA.hout-.firo   years   ";;���������:>! the:;'.-   caRi^f  Crarop'3   shipyard,   iii    riiiladelplii.-i. "a  Rtrnn^e terrier do;; :!!<<1,- by bin  frichd;';  tvays noon'made hbiK-eif. nelc'jnic at 1:1;.  v.*at.chniaii'������ bos ami v.-itli the men v-'orl  in*;   just  outside   the   tiaVea.     One   da.v  Cliar!ey,,.aa lie had been" nam'x.t. sot  hi  foot crushed tinder a pnssins *t>o!!"y car  and the policeman oo that heat b'.triilnj'i'V  the vroumJcd member and eared for it u:.  til  it got  well.    ,-N'ov,-  Charley  has  Ui  friends���������the   ���������walchi'tiiri   nra!   the   police  man���������ana he kgi.-:-- ii^o iii1; of jo.7 ever.'.,  day over one or the other.'    At a rocc:-'  launch Charley linnled i;;, the policeiiiiiii  in an immensB crowd of peoide and stuc^  by him dujring tho ctreiauniea.  ou stood 'im on 'is 'cad !  Fatbw Bobs. -; ; :':'���������'  "Yon could spill a 'quart o' lead..-.",.  .Outer Bobs. ".  K's li������n at tt thirty-.years.-'.. ������������������;  AS*'-amassins'.souVeneers. ;,. :  -.a tho way of sings an' spears; ,;.  ���������'"      Ain't yer, Eobs? ' . /-.,'-'. >:/  ^Vhat.'e floes not know p'^ar,/'!/  '-, ."' Oen'ral  Tlolia. .������������������'"���������  ''on. '.an at"-t 'the ?hop ne?t door  "'���������'" Can't thi*y';"Boi)B?."''":'' "!'r'"!-:  Oh'.'e's little, but 'e'= -wise;  ���������":���������:��������� 'p. t.en-oi* for 'is':size, ,:   '  An'tl 'o.tlops not. advertise://  ! Do yhr. Bobs?        ."' ������������������   -    ������ '  *-;c������w* they've made a blcomin' lord, ,  On-Rr - Bobs,  which was but '.is fair reward;,;  ,: Weren't it, Bobs u  , '���������'.���������'������������������������������������  ' n' 'r'Jl ynar a coronet ���������-.'-  .Whern 'is .'elmet ijs������d.to set; "  rtur. \--rp, knnv,* vou Avon't forget;  '   Will yer," Bobs?     '  Then 'e.re's to Bobs Bahadur, : -,".,'���������-"������������������'  -Utile Bobs. Bobs. Bobs! !:" ;   '.;���������  "T'oc-.ket-"W������ITtr'ton an' arder,   .���������"-.?.  <    .'- Pigbfin' Bobs, Bobs, Bobs!  T';,iii ain't, r-obioomin', ode.,  But ynn're- 'einod trie soldier's' load,  An" for benefits bestowed.  Bless yer. Bobs!     .':.-  /    ,��������� Ball Mall Magazine.  S*if.  km  aier  ' ,':*",, .",-:,.-;-. '" ..-'"' '���������������������������/'.'���������*^'   -;':���������':.:���������, .:>> '   - ��������� ..     ':  Draying-and delivery work a specialty.- "Teams always/ready^ on shortest  notion.      Contract a   for 'lolVbinB* -^M-lrw;  /'Sad d 1 c    an d     Pat: k  : nlvays for hire, :::/  Uot'SBH:  /Frei};hi,inR , and   Toamini;   a,  :-'.",;bpc:oiiilty. ;;.:.;>.        >.::,.'.'  Daiiv.SlaiJie: lenvea Thcimsotvs !Landing every nitn-uiugTTOF't o'clocij,-  ior'frbut/I.aiCe (.'iiv.-'"''P������i.'..P'>rticiil:ii,B wi-ito,    :/.:/'-,!/;,;-/: ������'"- V .'-'.-'.'  ! ?'. .:/:/J:;:::/.^.:"/:  .,.::        "CBAlG/'&HlLfjMA^^THOMSON'si^NPlNG:'  Se-nd for:; i.C'ppy.'o'f;ih������ Third Annual Editi    /  v"': :;���������������������������'.' : ������������������"���������'���������'��������� -A' -''.''-',.:,.-::. ������������������/.": "' '"'',"��������� O!?'"������������������---'''i: .;'/.���������;''''".7:;: -''":'!';/;���������",-��������� C-C /  PMXm^TE;C::-E?Sz  , V,',-':i,e f'ii-our ir.tnrt'^tint: boo;,*i " Tiivrat,->  J or's Help" arid "'"Ilmv you, !ij-o= !m-i:i(l".c<l."->  *. s-iemi ns a rough Bliotcli or model of your '  <"invcation or iinprovomciit. ami ivo-will tell  ���������, vou freo our opinion aa to whether it is }  (. probably patentable. V.'o iiiiil.c itspcciiilly /  \ of r.ppl'irutioris. rejected in other hands. }  VUigUesti-efureneesfuriUohcd. ��������������������������� ���������? . I  5 "',''"   "MABIO>f & HA21ION ������������������:���������;;<  \ PATSNT SOI.IOITOUS fij EXPERTS 5  ^ Civil k Mi-cJirmie-ir j\ii**!iiiors. Oiatluatos of tlio '  ', rolyt-cliiiis Rcliool of -J-lngliicvri-iiir. I'liclu-lora hi (  ���������I Ajipil-'tt mlunC!!!. )..*n**U irulviTsIty, ,;.!c*]ibcr3 (  \ I'ati'nt T,*i\v A:'ftoeiritinii, AlTsniic-m V/atrr WorV.s  ? /a=ocint!on, .'������,-.'-" F,nyln:nl'\V-it^r WorJiiAfsnc.  i y. o. t:utvi*vorq Association, aeijoc. Jliaubcr Can. ,  > Sodciy vt Civil Unsiacprs. ':..;���������'..  : <ircir������  .(Hc-WVCi!X LIFc E'tt}'C!.,Mf.NT*t*'Al. CM.  , 0f���������>������������������-������������������,��������� t ATIAHT13 H'lllBlf!!!.,' V/ASWHSTOH, 0.0.  ^^^^.^^-*������.  -o���������  Ir;  not 'only  be  trae but  - Wendor  if  it' v/ast   n  v/omah: Who  ijrst-'-.Baid. all men.are liars.  ,. So/far as, fl)o..niitineg is.concerned,  jiife is'simply grate. :. - ��������� ������������������>. : !: .'  ! : The muHiplieation taiile affords the'  [miser food for thought.'/ ������ ;,:;;".  [ A; traveller ������ays the average train'  ��������� boy is a banana Bltin;  The >:eat of learning is'/often worn  Bove s'no'  two  true.,  /It  never   dees  for  a  farmer   to   be  a. h.-ipre-tied-U.-sov/ kind  of'a,'man.  .    Great etiarises are'.'sonTitifiies effect-  ���������C^^^S^m^i^." ^������ -t-Pb-Beeche,  C'lflson a, fitv-edewho 'has' been v������ork- i Mra. 1 atsick-Gampbell iR to appear  ing in the mines for some time. In-I n ���������"> now P'������-7 by Turgenieff. the--  atoad r.f having lost any money dur- .Busalan dramatist,.    ���������'">  \ -....itost Coghlan has retaken: her place  Hn ��������� "The White- Heather" v.-itli" a  itravellih!?. company, ������  ! A r.ow:-:paper,;i������ a 'wlntldtv through  |which- rfi'.'H. .iooIc   out   on   all   that  i =  Biaiicho AValsh is on a tqnr with  the late- anny Davenport'8 ������ Sardou  rcpertorte.  Ihorc.ls no game so sillythat there  r.i'o not "some people who are experts  {at ifc-A...     - ���������  I    The Th  l.ilfe  inirhis recent, visit to. Calga.ry, tho  deceased had icollected "a, snm of over  5-;f.'0 -while here, all of which v;ns  found Upon him..after his, death.  Sergeant, Major. Frahlc Klliott,- l&to  ���������if  the .Royal   Hors*   artillery,   is  in , ^    ,  u.e   city   iodnv     to  -��������� join ' tho' South I    Tl1-   rappicst.  tiroa'    in   a  vfrican contiiitrcnt.    Mr.  Elliott, ".ho i--lfc '-���������' "���������������"���������- ^'t: is i.-c.tar-r��������� tn.i :/.-,,--_  v;is  t.hrran.'ji" the   Arc;han     eatnpai.^i or t;^o oitl to be *i.o-.*ed b:   *i.*.y "\r.  ���������-.  villi  n<n-Till. Roberts,  is -well hnnv-n jcmoinu. :i  ' .ii the Fai-ilie coast  as a. swordsman j   To v/r.rship a  m*:n  is a  :;'.-e.-*.t. m"  uid usi be is loo heavy to join the ! ialce. Too much love acts, like iisjoji-  Mounto-l BifleK will probably go vjth jfull of honey when the palate craves  tho artillery from Eastern Canaia.    Ipickles.  ���������' ' ' L' ;-   ' V ���������      ��������� ��������������������������� .." - .       ii  ";"-.:.''������������������    --',���������';"Comosetc; ^and-ft.e^awf-e,--'.���������������������������-,   ,,i^  '\:y/MIl-. About :Revelsiake;:^'/^v''���������;���������';'���������;/���������:-���������''.  The Gatewayto the Wonderfully ���������Ric7i3i;is&s&-$iatrict;'of North'.  Kootenay and Canoe\ Ttlvei-f;T'he.Swp^-lxj-Faint for the'���������-.'"������������������,  'Big Bend, Trout LaAe, Lardeau, ifti^ouiwact, Al-.-  I     bcrt Canyon, Jordan Pans andEZifjlcPcujs ��������� -.���������'"'/".  Districts. Busiheuti Men and JJiisi-...-,   !/" ' v!";'/ ���������; ';  ness TJouses.  Tlie name; Occu-        ] '.':��������� /'.'      ,",./,  palionand' Residence of      ^    ."/:'-���������'/.-.  EveryMideResident   :������������������.-i   :, ;',1" ;v:.:r  I  in.������������������'' the; City.'/!���������,  '���������mp  n  -Ii  P^rice,  SO Cents.  ADDBKSS -.:  R.l -pf.P,ETTiPIECEi  7f������w^/^'*Ki!**?)������vw':''f i*/v;*w:--^.;^,  j-l&velsinke, E. C.  i    2-Ji  Notary ...Public,  Sole Agent for  laig  "c*-*rt  .^ ?-,.--..>..  XillC i.Cj*sl*U*fci-XACt; -  Office. Oppoiita C.P.B^ Depot  Blacl\'sraitliing, Jobbing,  PIumbing, Pipe Fitting,  .���������TifisiTiitlvtrtu;-;'' ^beet Iron  ������������������'vr-H-;. .'/'-"I. H'tli-illR'f';'     'Mi/--  ^���������tfveiatoke- [)  l^*M**"ir**r**T*n"rPTi"aiirrmi^i  /  CANADIAN    BOYS  SKIRMISH  IN   A.  Silt CHARLES WARREN  Gallant  Conduct; of   the   Canadian  Troops Near Belmont  London, Jan. 3.���������Tho following dcs-  patah has. been received from Belmont: Tho,Canadians hnvo been under  fivo find conducted themselves nobly,  A despatch from Dover Kurrn, dated  January 1st says: Tho colonial troops  who havo been longing to bo ulluwou  to moot the Boers have been at lust  given tho opportunity to do no, :tnd  they havo scored a brilliant success.  Tho raid Wiia conducted hy Colonel  Pitcher and was very dlillcult owlns  to the fact that tho movements of the  troops aro immediately communicated  to tlio Boeis by the natives. Iu  order to prevent this Colonel Piluhc.  in nmltliiK his forced march fion*.  Belmont lofi UrlUsh troops nt over; *  farmhouse with Instructions not to  allow tho natives to leave thoir huU  tho patrols calling tho names of thu  natives hourly to prevent, their cseap ���������  In the manoeuvre at Cook's Kami  Colonel ritchor stmt out "mounted  patrols, each ono of Uio-lc consl.stlmr  of four men commanded by l.leuun*  ii nt Adie, 1 li .->>- suddenly eui'ouiHsi":d  .1-1 lloers who opened life on them.  Lieutenant Adlo wtu severely wounded tintl Private Utitlci* khvo up hla  horse in ordor to curry the lleutenau;  out of the way. Another pnvaLs,  whoso horse had bolted plucUily re-  turncd to render assistance, lie w.i������  wounded In the leg and his horse was  killed.  In tho meanwhile Lieutenant Re-  can who had fought magnificently reported that the veldt to the right of  tho enemy was clear, whereupon  Major Deos ordered the  guns lo trot. .They arrived within  1000 yards of tho laager, uuliinoerod  and planted live shells in as many  minutes within the laager. Immediately the enemy could bo spen  streaming over the kopje. They were  completely surprised but very quickly  opened a well directed fire. The order  was given to the Toronto company  to double quick into action. The  order was received with great satisfaction. The' company rushed forward until within 1000 yards of the  enemy's position when it opened a  hot lire upon the kopje and comrdsfe-  ly subdued the Boer fire. The British  artillery shelled, tire position vi*"h  wonderful accuracy, while Lieutenant  Ryan   with     the   mounted     infantry,  worked around ' anil , auswei'dd  the fire of the Boers who had been  hidden in the bushes. Mnanwhile  Colonel Pitcher, with the Quoensland-  crs. taking advantage of every cove.*,  made a. direct attack. The Australians  moving slowly but surely and only  shouted when they, saw the enemy  retire under their steady fire. Tho  Queenslanders behaved with great  coolness, laughing and chaffing evoi  at the moment, of greatest peril. During the advanco the Boer five suddenly ceased. Thirty-five. Boers hoisted  the white flag and surrendered. A  portion of tho Toronto's moved across  the front, of the guns and entered the'  laager. The Boers had fled. Fourteen  tents, three wagons, a great stove of  rifles, ammunition, forage, saddles,  camp equipment and numerous incriminating papers were found and cap  tured. The Boers lost six killed and  12 wounded. The Toronto's stood a  galling fire with admirable patience,  never wasting n -shot.  His  Division Nearly Complete   With  Headquarters  at Kstcourt     '  London, dan. 2.���������Tho , Standard's  'correspondent nt. Frero Camp, te,le-  graphiug on January I,, says: blr  Charles .Warren"si division is no.v  nearly complete. It's headquarter;;  will , bo at Estcourl., It is nimbreu  hot'o that tho guns which wore captured-from General Buller at, Ool-  ifir/.otliavo been mounted on tho hills  commanding tho drift over ihu Tuguhi  rivor at Springfield. The Boors it np-  T-nrs, <--n*.unr?i! WJ rounds of siirap  noi when   they  took"tbo gnu..  LOltn    STIUTIIUONA.    lNDtSPOtll'-.l)  London, .Ian. a.���������Lord StniiltuoiM  and Mount Royal is somewhat, indisposed and his doctors forbid hint even  to dictate letters.  NORTH WEST SQUADRON  Will Mot Leave Until Next Weak  Winnipeg, .Ian. I!.���������The two Winnipeg ttoops of tho 13. squadron. 3*5t  battalion, Canadian Mounted l'.lfles  will leave hero by a special train on  Friday for Halifax. Tho men and  homes will bo taken on the sum*:  train. Tho other two troop?*, ot the  squadron will ho lUlachod nt Montreal  and llalifitx. Tho second, battalion  from thu North West will probably  not leave until next week,  HOW KRUGER BOUGHT GUNS  Charles Laurent, In tho Matin. t.ivofi  n remarkable account of Krugcr'1!  &irokc and says tho clever president  has. since the Jameson raid, boon  buying the best cannon made In  Ci'Itosol in France, and by ��������� Krupp in  Germany. All the cannon were se-  rclly packed tuid shipped as agricultural machines to tho Transvaal, and  r-\port ex-ni'lillory men.flio best In tbo  Frinch and Gorman armies, wore engaged to go lo this Transvaal as tip**  rliullurisls. Tito cannon- wore sent  to the interior, away from tho farms,  whore tho trusted hurghers were drill  ncl for the artillery service. To avoir'  discovery, Krucjor. ho says, allowed  himself to appear as receiving financial credits for vast sums of money  and won tho reputation of being immensely wealthy, when In reality President Kruger's fortune was in mitni-  tiens. and his strong boxes were fortresses and his gold was in cartridges.  The only riches he coveted were victories over the' English. Pretoria  rnd .lohannesburg, the same writer  &nys, are well armed with immense  modern cannon and the latest rapid-  firing models of light guns, with long  range guns tot* Held stu-vice. The  great stroke of Id-user's mounting  such strong artillery unknown to th*1  world he describes ns the marvel of  modern statesmanship.   o :   KID McCOY  Defeats Peter Maher in Five Rounds  at' New York.  New York, Jan. 2.���������Kid McCoy has'  again placed himself in the championship class by- defeating Peter  Malter in a short, crisp and well  fought battle of five rounds, ��������� before  the Coney inland Sporting club yefa-  terday  aftc:noon. .=  The battle was a hard fought one  from start to finish, but McCoy was  by far the cleverer man in ring tactics. In dodging, side stepping and  hitting powers-he was also ahead o.t  Maher as well as in ring generalship  and in looking for an opening, which  he-never failed to take advantage of.'  _ - Maher.althottgh ..credited with being  a heavy hitter, "did not get in ffiany"  effective blows. His foot' work" was  poor and- at times he' did not*appear  to have perfect control of himself.    .  At tho request of a number of renders the Herald reprints Kipling's  poem written in his' own inimitable  stvlo of Lord Koborts, commander in  chief of the British, forces in South  Africa, who .ir, affectionately known  to every "Tommy"' serving under the  tiag,  as  "Bob--*.''  There's   a . little   red-faced ��������� man,  Which   is   Bobs;  iThUs   the   tallest   'orse   'u   can���������  Our   Bobs. -  if  it hacks  or  kicks  or roars,  'E would &it for twenty years.  With   a  smile   round   both   'is  ears-  Can" t yer,  Bobs?  If you stood   inv on  'is   cad.  Father Bobs,  You could spill a quart o' lead  Outer   Bobs.  'E's been at it thirty years,  An'   amassiu," souvcuoers  In the way o' slugs an' spears���������  Ain't  yer   Bobs?    .  -. '.V* ���������  What 'o;doesn't know o' war.  ��������� - Gen'raT'Bobs,  You/can arst the shop next door���������-  Can't  they,   Bobs?'''  Oh,   '������'s   little,   but ''e's   wise,  ;e's .a  terror  for   'is  size,  Alt'���������'e���������does���������not���������advertise���������  ���������Do_-ver._Bous?. _.. .  ...    _  .    .  LIST OF OFFICERS  For the Canadian Mounted Rif.es  ,  Ottawa, Jan. 3.���������The list of officers  for. the two western squ'tdrons of Ihe  contingent have been officially given  out. Commissioner Herchmer of the  North West Mounted Police will  command and Lieutenant Colonel t  Steele, also of tho( Mounted Policn,'  will bo second' in commtnd.  Inspector Baker will he adjutant.  W.B.Evetachere of Moosomin. will  he transport "officer.  Inspector J. C. Allan of the Mouut-  ed Police,    will be quarter master.  Majors of the . squadron will be  Major Jos. Walker of Calgary, and  Supt. James Howe,-.of ;thc Mounted  Police. - '  i-       ' ������������������ . ,  ;  The captitins--;are. Superintendent G.  H. Sanders and Inspector A. R. Cticlj-  "bert. ,..-..  The subalterns, Inspectors 'Hoodie,  . Begin, Davidson, .Macdonuell and  "Wroughton of the Mounted Police,  and Captain lnglis of Calgary, St.  Taylor of -Winnipeg and A. Chalmers,  Edmonton.  Now   they've   made  a  bloomin"   Lord  Outer Bobs,  Which was  but''is-fair reward���������  ' Weren't it, Bobs?     ' "  An'  'c'U  wear  a coronet  Whore 'is.'einmt used  to set;  But' wc know you won't^forgel.  Will   yer,   Bobs?  I,  THE-SILENT'SEAMAN.  /  HE WAS AN OLD BO'SUN'S MATE, AND  HE  HATED TALKERS.  UNANIMOUS PRAISE  For the Gallantry of the Canadian and  Australian Troops  London, Jan. 3.���������The morning  papers are unanimous in praising the  gallantry of tho colonial' troops. Thj  Times says: The mother country will  share with Canadians and Austral:a\ =  in tho prido and gratification rhoj  :must feel at tho fine qualities displayed by thoir troop's in this dashing  .Utile engagement. '  The Standard says: The Canadians  "and Australians have been spuilin*;  ���������far a Slsfhi. Now they have had the':  opportunity and thty have grentlj  d Ft-,-, gnishal themselves- by thoir  cooliiwss and c'iFi-lplinc Krori a vjpw  p:int of Imperial unity the 1 iS Lie fight  may fairly be describrd nu one of thf  most gratify-m}**' events recorded in  the reeent history of the British" r.ico.  Then 'ore's  to Bobs  Uadahur���������little.   Bobs,   Bobs,   Bobs  Pocket-Wcllin'ton an' 'tirder  Fightin"   Bobs,   Bobs,   Bobs!  This  ain't   no   bloomin'   ode  But you've clpod tho soldier's load,  An'  for  benefits  bestowed."  Bless yer, Bobs.   o  -  Kour hostile newspapers' are more  to be feared than a thousand bayon-  etc.���������Napoleon.  A man named Green, a former sergeant major of the British battalion  department, is among the Boer prisoners captured at Magersfontein.  Green, who * deserted from Aldershot  iu '1S93. admitted that he ha'd been  some time' in the service of the  Boers and had instructed them in  trenching. . He says there wef 23.000  Boers at" Magersfontein. Sl.uou oi  whom were engaged on the day of  the battle. The Boer losses, he asserts were very heavy, tho trenchs  heing full of dead. Green further asserts were "very heayy. the trenches  pressed the Boers would have yielded. He says that the Boer horses  have to be taken to the Modder river  as water  is  scarce at Magersfontein.  A sensational and interesting hors***  race ocurred at Neepawa on Tuesday  last. For some time past much discussion had been indulged in as lo  the relative trotting merits of the  syndicate's blood -stallion Pliny, and  Hazleton's Little Dan," which resulted  in a race being arranged for Tuesdny  nfternoon. Considerable money was  put up on the result, and a good  crowd was on the ground to witness  tho race. Little Dan won lite first  heat in slow time. After a rub down  and a short rest the horses were sent  nwny for the second time. Little Dan  'catling the whole way around. Just  ���������\s I'liny reached the wire ho. fell  ��������� own in a heap, lifoless; A blood  vrssj-l in thr- loft lung had h<*pn ruptured. Pliny wai said to have bfc;:  one of tiic ruoRi valuable entire horses  in the. province, beinsr valued at.?M'!,i.  It. was, a total loss to tin1 .local syndicate as thore was no insurance.  .Jlif* Aversion to tVoril**, HoTrever,  Dirt T.'ot Prevent Itlm From Tallcliuv  lliniMi'li' on One- Ooc.uhIoii, nml Aflci*  Hi; Got Tliror.Kli Talklnc lie Autvit.  "We had an old bo'svtn's mate ou tlio  Marion a few yearn ujio whoso taciturnity was known among till the old litiior--  in tlie service," i'uid :i u-ivtil ollicui' now  on deparliiti'iual duty. "B.e was u Hue  Miiloruitm, iiud hu had boeii in the Auiiiri-  i.Mti naval brrvice for more thiiii '.'.0 yi-ars.  In the course of thai whole period it wan  Mtatcd by ni-i ohh-st bhipwntcs that hi-  bad probably not spoken more than l.OUt)  billicrlludiisi Willi's. lli-i iivi'i'.iion lo  Hpi'i'i'h ho upplicil to all bands.  "The old man luttcd talkers, mid sen  lawyers only i-xrited ���������.���������riutts of dis-iar-:  l'roin liU h!iti;!'t>* thrunt. lie li'ul ti  tii:u,.sivi< coulcniin for iiintlcrn !:l*.i|i*������ of  war. lie didn't oxprej.-t his pivfi-ii-iice  fur lite old wind jamuior** like the M.irlon  in wouls, but every time wo hnppi'iuii  upon ono of thi' ww htool cruii-cr-i lie-  would rcKtiril the inodi;rn vo-bol s".t*-pi-  ciniisly out of tho tail of his e;>'' :i:itl ji'l'l;  lii:i thiuiib tow.-tvil bet* iu Kpcechh**.** coti-  li'iiint. He lmti'il tr.lblnj; i-o iinicb tlntl  v.l.i'ti hi' \v.i.*> nM-iuni'il to tile gniiKway  lo k'ivo out tlu> ship's rails���������puss Ihe  word, llmi U���������he bcjrsotl tiff on tin*  Ki-ound that In.' van 'it workin inan-o"-  witriiuin' nml not 'a uutu-o'-w.ii* cliiiw."  "Nuboily l;ncw :iiiytliini; about bis nu-  Ircudi'iils, whrri-. Iu> ctuitP -from or any-  lliiti^ of Hint sort. Tlu> most that was  known of him wan that lie had iVwife  nniuoviiiere in llii- :.t:".ti' nl' Calii'ornin, tr.  wliom lit* ui'nt each month mic-hnlf of his  pay thron^b tlio pay master. Thrt'o was  no record of bis uvur bavins soott his*  wife duri*.i,'r a prriod of about 13 yours.  lb; always shipped i-i*_*lit over directly  one enlisit'.ietit was fiprvi'd, never took  any shore h'nvc and lii'Vi'i*. to any onu's  knowh'ilge, went ou n visit to his wife.  "One day whilo we wore tied up nt  Mare Ishtud tlie old bo-sun's mute stood  at the sniiKwny wati-liing the coining  aboard of a bii; lialdi of recruits from  1 hi- rcceivitiK ship Indopciidoiiei'. They  wore all iiowlv shipped landsmen, and  pretty raw lookint; at lh-.it. The old man  did coiisider.il)!*,> ;:riintin*t us be watched  them I'lnnit-ily conic over the side with  thoir Ii:i;ts and hammocks, IJeVas one  of the kind of old LtU'a who can't realise  that sniloruioii have to sutrt Kuilorii.iiu;  lit some time or nnuihi't*. and lie had  been in the service so loii;������ that he had  probably <inite foi'-iorteii that he had  even been a raw 'mi himself, unfamiliar  wiih tho difference between the cathead  and the mi;:;:cu stnfi.  "One of the youns chaps who came  aboard seemed tn catch the old man's  eye, and he sized him up narrowly. He  kept hi.^oyo on this particular landsman  for some lime, but ho said notltins. The  object ol! his scrutiny was a raw boned,  cluim-y lookin*; bid of -0 or so. The  whole hunch of them were itiven liberty  on the iiiorniiiK alter they came nboard.  They returned to the ship iu fairly -rood  Bhapo on the same evening, except Unit  about a dozen of them were pretty  erospy.  "One o������ the urojW ones was the yotms  .chap who hud cait;tht the eye of tlie old  b./i-uu's mate. Tho young fellow had  apparently licen "hnvlUK c pretty wild  time during his liberty, and he had about  all he could do to Ket up ihe siingwny  ladder. The old ho'stm's mate watched  the crowd eoiiit* aboard, and when this  particular html-mntti stmnbleil up the  ladder and druukeuty made as if to salute the officer or the deck and go forward the old man jumped to the mast  like a flush and had the yonus fellow by  the scruff of the neck. He led his captive up lo the ollicer ot the deck, made  tho scrape employed by the old timers,  cleared his throat and said:  " 'Instead o' put tin this 'tin in tb' brig,  sir, I'd like to^have you hand him over to  mc'  "This sounded pretty odd to the oflicer  of the deck. He dian't know what the  old man meant.  " 'What do you want with hiinV inquired the ollicer of the deck.  "The old man knuckled bis forehead  for a minute, wiped his mouth with tho  beck of bis hand and said*.  " 'I want to heave au idea or two into  his carcass about the evils o' this here  ihorc drinking."  " 'But what have yon sot to do with  his drunkenness V asked the deck oflicur.  " 'Why, th' swab's my son,' said the  old man.  "Tho officer of the deck couldn't help  but break into a l:iii:;b. tlie spectacle  was so ridiculous- inc youth, whose  coilar was still gripped by Ihe old man's  horny paw, had the ftuinie**t conceivable  "expression o"t suriu-iHir_oir~lli"s~ili,tfiY!icn���������  face. It a'tervrnid came out that while  ho know in a general way that his father  was in the American navy, ho had no  Idea what ship he was scrviii'S on. and  it is no wonder that this peculiar way ot  meetibj; with his dad rather surprised  him.  '���������'���������*Go forward. Hie both ot you," said  the ollicer of tho deck, smiliug, and thu  old man hauled his brawny, raw boned  son tip forward under the to'gnllaut  fo!c*E:le, where he deliberately laid him  over his knee and spanked him pood and  hard with the blunt cud of a niarlinspikc,  wbil" all the rest of tlie crew stood about  pivin,*: the drunken lad the I-iukIi. The  boy staid aboard that ship and developed  into a Rood sailorman under the old  man's tuteln-re, but lie never luttirned  from liberry ajrain in a drunken condition while 1 was attached to tho Marion."  ���������m*aaaaazSSgS3ZK&.  G'US0fi;v  THI--"- ROSSLAND  OF THE LARDEAU  Is the richest   mining district in British  Columbia  Is right    in  the   heart   of   Lardeao'e  rehest mines  (SHM1-WEEKLY)  Is the leading newspaper ot  tho great mining" districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  tho latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  in authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unquestionable, information. It enjoys  a largo circulation and is consequently unequalled as an  advertising medium in the  field in which it is pnhlished.  Subscription $2,00 Per Rnnifm  |125 For Six Months.  ���������Stri Btlu in Mum,  It takes a foremost place in  the race for prominence and  popularity with business  .houses and as a consequence  docs more business withK  those reciuring printed stationery and office supplies than  any other printing   establish  ment in Eastern British Columbia. The class of work  turned out has been pronounced equal to any thing ot the  hind executed in the large  cities by much larger print-  eries.  Department  Is equipped with the latest  faces in typo designs and all  work entrusted to" The Herald  is handled by exprienced  workmen who thoroughly understand the proper use of tho  material at their disposal.  The" Herald does not claim to  he the only printing house in  the district hut it does claim  to be  Tneroilglilii Up-To-Date In  Evern Particillar .  A 3rcnn Critic.    .  An amtisins story is told of a well  hnown whist player who imagined himself an authority .on the Kanic. Arter  borin*T his friends with, verbal comments,  sucsestions and advice upon the methods  of play he at last wrote and published a  book. One copy was sent to a famous  player for his opinion about it. In about  a week the book was returned to him,  with the' following letter:  "My Dear Sir���������Your favor of the   ins������t.. accompanied by your book, was  duly received. I have road it very carefully- It Beems to be a very sood paine,  bat I don't thinh it is as good a saint as  whist-   Sincerely yours, ."  And in a position to give as  goo<f"valiT<rfor-t]ie~money-cx���������  pended, either for advertising  space in its publication or ���������  for job printing, as can be  given by any other.house of  the hind in British Columbia.  Write tor estimates and sam  ples of printing. All work  ^turncd-out-promptly.._and,_sat=v  isfactorily. Ono price to all.  .No job can be too large or  ���������too small for The Herald's  consideration. Special attention' given   to orders by mail.  Now is tlie lime to Invest in  fer^uson Real  Estate  And Here are the Reasons Why  You   Should Get in on  tlve  Ground Floor of this Rising Mining Camp  First  is in t lie heart ( f ih-i iuiiipb p.cd so  situated that it will always I e. the  outfitting ] oir.t for all tl e b:g .shippers.  A glauui! at r. map of tl e district wi 1  convince the icosl skcpti;-U of this .  fact.  Second  The   iuiuei'3  and   mine   owners   will  inalie il t-.r luadquartenat 1'eiguson.  Third  Next year Ferguson will la*ve t������o  lailwuys, nn.a-.ely tie Laid) Duncan ���������  and the 0 .P.K. Both lines have been  surveyed into the town, and the Lardo  Duncan are rigl t no -v clearing the  laud for their new toad and workshops, sideways ttc.  Fourt  The Silver Cup, Sunshine, Nettie L,  Towser, True Fi*������ii:e, Bad Shct  B10.1 ��������� M'ew, Old Sauoma, Silver Queen  Silv.er Belt The Mora Ledge Group  Big Five! ���������W.igne;, Abbott, Holy  Pvjoses Empire an i other, well kuown .  1 roperties ai e tributsry to Ferguson  and are nil within ;i ;adius of 10 miles  ot fie townsite.  Houx   is   the   Golden    Opportunity  Next-jsiimroer may be too late to get in at  ground floor prices.   Advice���������Act proruit-'"  ���������    iy.  Ferguson       .   ���������   .       .  Is absolutely without a rival in the Lardeau. District,  Lots Are Selling Fast���������  Spokane-Capitalists are reaching after Ferguson property and expect to pull out .with  a handsome return,' as experienced by them  in the eaily days of Kossland. ���������  Why Not You ,  Lots selling now at from ������150 lo S250���������  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS : Wednesdays and Saturdays  Choice Corners.  AV information can ba procured  on  plication , *'.  F, BUKER, Local Agent,  FERGUSON TOWN8ITS-  l^evelstoj^Hospitallf    riinn:rjfjf5  Maternity Room in connection.       I \U1IUU1U1I I" UVlliv |\ J ������  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs.   McKechnie   and   lefTs  All of the society netvs -which is printed in Loader, papers is p.-.id for, th������  sanfe us other advertisem-jnts, nod-much  uf that -which is printed in American  paper* onset to he.���������Milwaukee Sentinel.  ' "Whit th'ri world thinks ot a man tt-  ppnds i-aoitlj* upon his self esteem asi  ������aod looks.���������Cleveland Lander.  Sl-ati������������ic������ nti   Children.  As * result of a careful investigation of 24,000 cisqs, Dr. Jarosie presented to the director of tho Flun-  ���������jorian Bnrenu of Statistics the following conclusiona: The offspring of  parents bctivnen the ages of 20 and  2.=5 arc likely to -be **vea.k and delicate, but between 25 and 45 will  probably be sironc; and thrive. The  mother bears most robust children  between her 25th and 35th year.  When the mother is ten years younger than the fn.thcr the proportion Df  healthy children Is greato-*., the  chances being ten per cgjit. mora favorable than .tc-hen ttta    BaXnlB oat  A guard chain should always bo  on the watch.  Trooper William M. lnglis ot the  Canadian Mounted itilles, hts been  promoted lo the rank ol sergeant. Jt  is to be hoped that a commission  will  bo found for    Sergeant    lnglis,  who has already had a commission in ' siavo Lako Mining company, return  Her ��������� Majesty's service as captain of ,cd last week from the far north/with  tlie   Berkshire  regiment,   and  whose i six  other . prospectors who. had  nc-  around Pietcrmaritzburg as one of the  finest on earth, o Further up the  country 'on tho Tugcla river it is  nioro hilly and not so fertile.  N. S. Potter, Jr., of Jackson, Mich.,  who went up tot Groat Slavo lake U st  spriDg at the instigation of the Great  knowledge of   Western    men makes  him doubly fit for the position,  .ilajor   Griesbach,   commanding  G.  companied him on his trip. Mr. Potter, says that there are large yockits  of galena and a good deal of .-oppcr  division N W. M. P., was a member pyrites at tho north end of the icke.  of the Imperial Cape Mounted - Tho copper only rung in shallow  Rifles in Natal from '61 to '66. He veins and there are no largo bodn.*.-  scrvod at Pietennaritzburg, Durban of it. Mr. Potter took a complete f.s-  und on the Tugela river. Thi3 was say outfit with him but was unable  during the rise of the Zulu power to find any gold in the' samples sr.b-  t'l'der ' Cetewayo, and many years', mitted to.him."." There were over 200  before the war which resulted in the prospectors- at the lake last summer.,  extinguishment of that chief's .power, but no find of any importance was  The     major   describes   th.e   country (made.  The Revelstoke  Herald ������**-���������-������������������- weekly i  Has more ' readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers in Revelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing in the  city than any other paper; it's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; its 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.  ".*.,!*-*'  Undortafring aid  Emrialmxns  P. Howsbfl 6k Co.,  MACKENZIE  ATK.  Retail Dealers in Fumi   r .  and Soo Line.  DIRECT ROUTE  East and   West  First-chns sleepers on all trains. Tourist cars pass Kevel<-toke daily for 8r...  P.u-1;   Tuesdays   and  Saturday*  for  Toronto: Thursdays for Montrsal  and Boston.  ���������-.       ������  DAILY TRAINS  K.-U-I  WW leave���������KevcHtokc���������arrive   *>:���������*> arrive ".      leave   To and from Kootenay Polntv  Stlf lea vc���������JteveUtoke���������arrive...  Wait  ::3S  ..IR-.l't  Tickets ipsned and Baggage Checked  Through to Destination.  Cheap Rates to the Old Country  ���������      >.  Goi full particulars arplv as to tiro*  rat*-?, and f^*r copies of C, P. R. pnbli-  entiens, -address nearasfc local ajjent or  T. W. BRADSHAW,  A*?ent, Revelstoke.  \V, v. A>dereox, Nelson. Travelling  F������:senger Agent,  E. J. Co-TLB, Assistant General Pas.  eenpor Agnnt V.incoiicpr, B  -������iL- Don't Suffer
With
Cold Feet
At Night
But got a g*ood Hot Water Bottle.
Wo havo thorn, all sizes and prices,
rang-lnu * cm 81 00 to S3.25 each.
CANADA D3US & BOOK CO., LTD.
��&-y.r.\\  ordcr-i   immediately   attended   to.
CHAS. K. McDONAl.U, Manager.
Mckenzie ave.. revelstoke station
MARRIED.
Baptist-Johnson���At tin' Methoilist
p.-irsonnge, January 1st, lOOO.by Rev.
S. J. Thompson. Mr. John Baptist,
of N.-ikusp, to Miss MnKgie Johnston
of CilKiiry.
LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS
We Are
Nominal Inn clay for the mayor and
council of 1000 on Monday.
Geo. Hi'niWson and lu-ido left, this
inonuni; for thvif homo in Nelson.
The uninicipiil court nf revision has
I it*en .silling for the lust three diiys
diiily.
11. A. Brown nr the Union Ilntul. in
laid up with a severe iiltacl: of inlla-
in;. t ion.
A. K. Cliirke, coiitfuctnr. received
word Yesterday of the death of his
youngest son Friinkie.
���Pay! Pay! Pay! Don't foriret the
Patriotic Fiinrt Concert on Tuesday
night in the opera house.
The lower storey of the Oddfellows'
hull is licint; transformed into a public
hull.    \V. A. Nut tie has the job.
Mrs. T. \V. Ri-adslmw, wife of Hit;
Million ato'iit. mid child left yesterday
morning on a visit to her relations in
Toronto.
J. Frascr, train dcspalchcr. Mrs.
Fi-'iser and family returned on New
War's day from a"three week's visit to
friends on the Const,
���Reserved seats for the Patriotic
Fund Concert. 75c., admission 50c.
Don't fail lo secure your ticket and
get your feat marked early.
Mr*. M. Pettipiece and her youngest
f-on Eurle returned on Thursday evening from a trip to the East, which has
lasted over three   months.
���Punrhinu haes. duiiil) hells. Indian
clubs, hoxing gloves, ii good variety
van be seen anv time at the Canada
Drug fc Book Co.. Revelstoke.
-If von have had cold try a bottle
of Scott's Emulsion. The Canada
Brut; & Bonk Co. have just received a
large supply of good fresh emulsion.
Services in St. Peter's church tomorrow (first Siindnv after Epiphany)
will l-e as iiMiiil for the first Sunday in
Ihe month. Rev. Dr. Paget ofliciatlng.
There will lie eight liye-elecl ions for
the Dominion House on January 25th,
Beitliier. Chainlily. Verclieres, Lot-
biniere, SliPi-brnnfee. Lalielle, West
Oiitatio and Winnipeg. -
II is expected in Winnipeg that the
Greer.wav sovei-ninent will resign today and t'hfit the Lieut.-Governor will
call upon Hon. Hugh John Macdonald to form n cabinet.
The beautiful, beautiful snow is piling up steadily on the sidewalks, hut
the city council are too enod and wise
and creat to allow a little thing like
that, to annoy them.
Nexl- Monday is Black Monday,
when Principal Sullivan and his stall'
of talented assistants will be pleased
to welcome their vonng friends back
to the flowery fields of learning.
���Reserved seats for the Pay! Pay!
Pav! conceit must be marked by Tues-
dav afternoon, as I lie plan of the house
���will be removed from the Canada Drug
i Book si ore early in the eveninir.
���Onlv 0 more davs in which to give
your order. "The Light of the World"
is waning. Be not like the foolish
virgins and grotipe in darkness when
yon can get the "Light" for 82.75. T.
Skinner, sole agent.
A new time table goes into effect on
the C. I3. It. tomorrow. The only
< hinge made as reirai ds this point is
in the lime of arrival of the train from
Arrowhead, which will i-eacli here at
4:15 p.m., instead nf at 4:-l5 as at
prespnl.
The members of the Revelstoke City
Band met at the residence or their
leader. Itichatd Sawyer, on Thursday
evening and presented him with a
j.ilver slide, trombone as a token of
~~th~Hir fTp'p'tre"ciiilinn"^of~_hi.s'~sei,vice.sr
After t he presentation I lie part >" were
entertained to a luiU'h provided by A.
N. Smith, the well known caterer.
Last Thursday the preliminarv trial
in the case of E. Vandnseti, charged
with the theft ot a considerable sum
of money from a commercial traveller
on New'year'.- Day was finished. The
prisoner wa- committed for 'rial. 0.
S. Mi Carter for tu-.-eciuion. J.M. Scott
for defence. The charge of endeavoring to mislead justice was also taken
up and J. Sullivan was committed lo
stand his tiial.
It. .Sam-son expects to have hit. wood
yaid on .Second Si., near It. Gordon's
filoi-K. ojwii next week willi ii nice
Hock of dry hemlock, fir and pine.
Orders can lie l.-fl at. the yard en- at. It.
Sanson's house. Mr. Samson ha.-
Iieeti in the firewood business for a
longtime. He knows what the people
wnni and will now be in a position lo
fill all orders pi'imptly and give general satisfaction. He asks all his old
customers and tit" public generally to
patronize h:s wood yard.
A pleasant dance was held on
Tlimsdav night at the residence of
Mis. Smytlie' on Third-tivet. Among
tho-e pivsi'iil. weie Mc-daines B. A.
Lawson. W. Morris. G. E. Oi-oir-in. H.
V. Seen: Mr. and Mr-. Hugh Smytlie*.
Me.-deii-ocM-l'.es      McCoitnell. Nellie
IJ urn-. Vina (Vl-iii-in. Adelaide Buck,
Muriel Unci-. .J.~-i�� On* Tean On.
Fiv.ii.ci.-s I'at-er,. Messrs. F.. Edwards.
K. D..!.(". J'llinson. A. Lennox. Chris,
('an, E. Pac-t. C. Paget.;J. Bland, E.
A. Alluiii.  F. Blown.
A p'e:''.saiii biithtl.ay surprise visited
3Irs. (jiterin in'the'iparlors of the Columbia House-<in. Thursday evening.
About th:ity friends were present and
games, music and dancing were
inrlr.I-v.-'l in. During the evening Mrs.
Gueiinwa- thy recipient of a hand-
srini" bill Inl.iv present consisting of a
china .-.ilad V't. the gift of those
pieseui. Among those present were
Mr-. Harb.ua Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. D.
Mi Cai iv. Mr. and Mrs. McNeill. Mr.
��� .-uid Mrs. -F. IJ. Fii'.tz. Miss McLean
and Miss Brown and Capt. Short of
the s.s. Ito-eland.-Messrs. Holdich,
Reid, Bell, Bi-hnp. .T. P. Sutherland.
JJowers. R.A. Johnson.-Cameron, Geo.
J3eavo. A. Johnson iirul many others
���whose names the HeiiaLO was unable
to obtain.
NOTE AND COMMENT
Today is the feast or the Epiphany,
a festival which as late at all events as
the reiiMi of Charles 1 was celebrated
with as great rejoicings almost as
Christmas itself, especially at the
royal court, the visit of the Magi,
which the day cniiiiiieiiiorates, being
peculiarly associated with royalty on
account of the tradition that they
were three kings. The sole survival of
the celebration hy nut* uionarehs is the
annual presentation by ihe Queen of
an ingot of gold at the altar of St.
George's .chapel at Windsor on this
day. Perhaps it was the association
of her annual Epiphany ottering which
put into Her Majesty's mind the excellent idea of authorizing by royal
letters patent to the Archbishops of
Canterbury and York the devotion of
the offerings in the church in England
next Sunday to the aid of the widows
and orphans of soldiers killed in the
war. It is an idea which might, be
well adopted throughout the Empire.
CARD OF THANKS.
I hereby wish to piihtloly express my upprc-
ciatlon of the kindness shewn by the mem tiers
ot Kovehtoko Cilv lliinil in the presentation
made m me Thursday eveiiliii* of such a beautiful slttle trombone;' and wish to assure them
that tl will bo liluh.lv prized as a recollection I
of Hiu kooiI feeling sliown In our practices.
For tlie future prosperity of Ihe Hand I Rive
my best v-Ik1iuk together with any asslstuiieo
In m\" power, and will endeavor lo nierll a
continuance of the regard now shown.
It. II. SAWYER.
Hand .Master.
ltevelsloke, It. C, January Oth. 1MH).
And Are Offering Some Wonderful Bargains in Every Department.
WANTED.
Hy a lady, bachelors' mending to do.
ges moderate,   Apply at Ili-iui.n ofllee.
Char-
M@iDEIHY��
Women's  and Children's  Wool
and Cashmere   Hose   <��   <g-   #
Women's and Children's Health
Brand   Underwear ��� <&     -S*     <$���
Now on hand at my store on McKenzie Ave.
>t\. Ko LAUTOi
Election Notice.
I'O TIIK  El.r.CTOKH OK 1VA1III TWO:
llavhiK been requested by a larce number of
tlie ratepayers to stand lor re-eleellon as alderman for Ward Two, 1 solicit u renewal of your
confidence anil am prepared to await the
decision of the eleetors on my past record. I
.shall take unv early opportunity to explain my
platform to you. T. j. ORAIIAM.
Telephone 36.
P.O. Box 86.
The state ownership nf railways is a
plank in the platform of the entire
Conservative party in Western Canada
from thn great lakes to the Pacific
ocean. In fact it is not properly
speaking a plank in any political platform at all. It is recognized by both
parties as the inns', necessary step to
be taken in the direction of that
general amelioration of- our present
social conditions, on which and not on
any old. wornout. political issues, the
heart of the west is really set. This
I'act is one with which political aspir-
miiIs must, reckon. So loop* as it is
blinked and thrust in the background,
so long will Dominion politics in the
eyes of the west remain a mere .scuffle
for place and power. We shall of
course always be ready to put up a
fight to put the men, in whom we
trust, into the government of the
country, but beyond that, the issues of
the contest represent very little more,
out here than mere party cries. But
the man who l has Ihe foresight and
pluck to bring these real, live, practical issues of the day, issues which
belong to Ihe social life ml her than
the mere political mii'hinery of the
country, to the front will be the man
for the West and the coming ruler of
the destinies of Canada.
���:AT:
Savage Bros.
Second Street.
A Full and Complete  Line.
All l'urelinses delivered free of Charge.
Fresh supply of fish every morning.
Dry Goods
Oarpets
Blankets
Clothing
Hats and Gaps
Mens
Furnishings
Etc.
The Taylor  Block,
McKenzie  Avenue.
Porridge
Stuffs
A Special Assortment  Just Received.
A. N.~SMITH
Baker, Grocer and Confectioner.
Red Hose Decree meets second and fourth
Fridays of each month; White Rose Degree
meets HrstFridnv of each mouth,In Oddfellows'
Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.
II. VARXES, T. E.L.TAYLOR,
Kcerotary. President.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.
.tegular meetings are held In tho
Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
W. G. HIUNEY. W.M.
Court  Mt.  Begbie
I. 0. F., No. 3461.
Meets In the Oddfellows'Hall,011 theseeond
mid fourth Mondays of
each month. Visiting
brethren Invited to at-
tend.
H.R. O-AMI'DELL, O.K.    K.ll..f.O. Johnson, See.
New.
Careful attention.
Prompt delivery
A detachment of the Xith New
Zealanders had n nuiTow escape, while
advancing on Colesberg. They were
directed to occupy a kopje, but met
���with a hot reception from a concealed
-force of Boers.j Fortunately they
were refcued by a body of British
troops who saw their danger.
Tt was  this   very  railway question,
quite as much as Ihe Manitoba school
matter, which lessened the hold of tho
Conservative party  011   western   Canada.    It is  the  experience  gained   in
the   last   four   years  that   the    loud
promises of the  Lanrier  cabinet   with
regard   to   this snnie  question   meant
practically nothing which  has  caused
the  turnover   of   popular    sentiment,
against them.     No  cabinet  will  ever
gain a  second  term  of  power  if  the
west can help it, which is suspected of
subservience to railway  corporations.
And until Canada gets a cabinet which
shews   itself   determined   to   grapple
with this question in   Ihe only way in
which  it  can   be grappled  with, that
is   by     transferring    the     ownership
of the  railways  from   private  corporations   to   the   nation,   the     popular
feeling will always be for a  change as
soon as ever Che  grtvefiTTiient-for-1lie"
time being has distinctly  shewn   itself
disinclined lo concede to the wishes of
the people in this respect.    So long as
such a public   utility  as   our   railway
system, which  enters so  vitally  into
the very  existence  of the   people,   is
managed, as under private  ownership
it necessarily must be managed, in the
interest, of the uhiirehnldi'i's and not of
the people, so long will this  condition
nf affairs prove 11  source  of continual
discontent with he government of   the
country.      And   no   parly   can   hope
again fur a prolonged   lease  nf   power
until   this  grievance   U  removed  and
the  evil   cured   in    the   only   way   in
which it ran be, permanently and satisfactorily.
There can remain   very  little  doubt
now as  to   the   stand   which   Joseph
Martin intends to take  in   the  session
sit Victoria which began last Thursday.
In   his speech   to  his  constituents  at
Vancouver  last Tuesday  Mr.  Martin
declared it to be his ���'intention to take
every means in his power to hurl from
power   Mr.     Cartev-Cotton   and     ihe
other gentlemen who sit behind   him."
lit;   stated    I hat   in    his    opinion   the
province wants another election,   that
he has been of that opinion ever since
the last election and that he intends to
do all   in   his   power   to   bring- about
another   election   by   defeating     the
present   govern merit.       There   is   no
room for doubt. Ilmr,  Mr.  Martin   will
be as good -is his word, that  the   present government is as good as defeated
already and that-ill  it  will   leave   behind it is a record for sheer incapacity
unequalled      in     the   history   of    the
province.     We shall lie in the thick of
another provincial election   before   we
know where we are arid it is high time
that     this   constituency   pitched     its
choice upon a suitable representative.
Before the next parliament has run its
course the development of I h>; Lardeau
will make this  one  of  the   most   important districts  and  Revelstoke  one
of tho most important cities in  this
province.   We   must have a rattling
good man to represent us.    It is to our
business interest to see that we get
one. ���'<
. Skates !
Skates ! \
Skates !!
Acme,' plain and nickle plated.
Hockey, plain and plated.
Special Nickle   Plated
Hockev Skates.
With Puck Stopper.
Racing Skates
Hockey Sticks,  Best Quality
Hockey Pucks
Skate Sharpeners
Curling Stones Expected
Dail v >--������.
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Stationer
and
Tobacconist
M-Kl^C^^fifeta*
School Books
Slate and Lead Pencils
Pencil Boxes
All School Supplies
...FIELD & BEWS...
Bachelors of Pharmacy.
Next Savnge Bros. Night ltell.
-W. M. Lawrence
Hardware.
Tinware.
Stoves.
A. McLean
���:!>EAI.KR IN*.���
Men's Women's and Children's Eoots,
Shoes.  Hubbers. Overshoes,
and"" Fan"c"7~Slippers^
New Westminster, B. C.
Men's Furnishings.
Hats and Cans,
Ready-Made Clotbing.
Gloves and Mits..,.
I    OUR SPECIALTIES
:    Children's Ironclad School ?hoe*i.
:    Lndi""'    Kid   end    Kat'n   Sli;<p<trv��� all
: color?, :
Men's r*i:i"".-7<--.:l'T inl Plu'li -llpp'Ti *
��� Gurmnn F>:U f-i!ji,-.er��. :
��� Tiger Brand Tcllor-Mii'li- nothing. I
:    TiKir Ilr:ind Cmlerwear for M<:n.
I   Oirrio/s Tie".
GIVE US A CALL.
Kamloops Store, Revelstoke Store.
Thorough and Competent Staff:
Rev. W. J. Sipprell, 13. A., B. D., Principal.
Prof. R. W. Suter, B. A.. Registrar.
Miss S. E. Springer, Lady Principal.
Mrs. W. J. Sipprell. 5
Mrs. Rev. J. F. Betts.
The only institution in the I'rovinne nffording all the nrivnntne;eK of a liberal
education to ladies and gentlemen, with rates for board and tuition within
reui-h of ail Students lire under tlie care of ex]>ericueed and specially qualillcd
instructors. The curriculum embraces all departments ol a full College course.
Ktiideniji prepared for Teacher's Certificates of all grades. Miurietihttlou ami
Arts, a full rour>e in the latter.
Degrees and Diploma-i granted.
id-ComrnerciaUeourj-es, al5D_Mining_andiAsenying."^
Phvslral Culture���Special attention given to backwi'rd students.   Strict supor-
vlilon olBi'.-rve^.   Beautiful situation.   Satlsfaetion assured.
Pull course in Theology.   Special attention Riven to Hebrew and BlbliealOreel:.
Siiitlcat.s prepared for a full University course.
42&~spring term begins January 81I1, 1900.
Terms:���Hoard, fHi Oil a month.     Tuition, ?l 00.     All  foes payable In advance.
Mu'-ie aiidCoimnerclnl Branches each .fl.oo 11 mouth.
Latin.  Greek,   French,   German,   Hebrew,   h'clenc/',   and   all ICngllsh branches,
hhorthaud.  Typewriting   and  Hook-keeping taught   by best modern methods.
Bank Account!
mid secure your CLOTHES frot'u
our iip-lo-ilnl.c. I.itiloriiijj* emporium.
We Ki11111111t.ee yuu 11 pi'i-l'ect lit.
the best qutility nf frmirls nil tin-
iimrki't.gliili'St fashions, and we'll
jro L'.-isy nu your' li.-inlc ���iri'mitit.
\Vi* jtivo yon lit. linisli and quality
nuif tho ivni-k is not ilono hi ivisl-
ci'ii sweat-shops.
R. S. WILSON
Federal Labor Union No. 8048
Trade and Labor Assembly.
Meets first and third Moiirinvs in every
month nt Labor Hall. Tnpiiinp'H Theatre.
Executive Committee.���President, Sum Nced-
linm; D. Stamper, Recording Sscrctary; Oscar
Strauss, Vlre-i'rusUlcnt; T. J. Graham, Treasurer; John Samson, Sccrelarv.
NOTICE.
Notice is herein- piven  that an  application
will be made to the Leuishuivs Assembly of the
Province of British Columbia, at Its next session, for   an  Act to   incorporate a  Company
with power to construct, equip, maintain, and
operate telephone and telegraph lines within
and throughout the  Province of  British Columbia, and to construct, erect, and maintain
such and so many poles and other works and
devices as the company deem   necessary for
making, completing, supporting, using, work- ".
ing, operating and maintaining the system of
communication by  telephone and tclvgraph.
and to open or break up any part or parts of
the said highways or streets as often as the
said Company, its agents, oflleers or workmen
think   proper,   and   for   tho   purposes of the
undertaking to purchase, acquire or lease, and
hold and sell and dispose of lands,  buildings
or tenements within the limits aforesaid, and
to purchase or lease, for any term of yean*, any
telephone or telegraph   line established, or to
be established, in British Columbia, connected
or to be connected  with  (he lino which the
Company nmy construct, and   to amalgamate
with or lease its line or lines, or any  portion
or portion1* thereof, to any company possessing, as  proprietor, any   Hue  of telephone  or
telegraph   communication   connecting, or to
bo connected, with the said Company's line or'
lines, and to borrow money lor the purposes
of tlie Company, and  to p'ledgc or mortgage
any of the Company's assets for that purpose,
and to receive bonuses or  privileges from any
person or body corporate, ami with all other
usual, necc-tsury and incidental rights, nowers
or privileges as may be necessary or incidental
to the attainment of the above objects, or any
of them.
Dated this 15th dav of December, 1S09.
J. U. HKOWN,
10>10 Solicitor Tor the Applicants.
NOTICE.
X0TICE -TS ITKKEKY OIV1SN that thirtv
days after dnt�� 1 intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands at<d W orksfor alicenso"
to cut and carry awtiy timber from the follow-.
ing described lands situated on Deep Creek,
in the southern pari of d'alcna liny, and about
six miles from Arrowhead. B.C., district of
West ICooteimy, commencing at a post marked
S: O. C. N. W, Cor., near the mouth of Deep
Creek, ami,thence running south Via chains;
thence oust Si) chains; thence north 125 chains;
thence west so chains to place of beginning,
containing l,nim acres more or less.
November it7th, 18'JO.
���P. O.-CIUIRCII.-   '
o      a
For further information apply to-
�����-
Next P. O.
McCarty's Elock
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ean
is   indispensable   to   the
We
Rev. W. J. Sipprell, B. A., B.D.,
Principal,
Anthracite Coal... ������
jbxbbbm���. For Furnace or Stove Use.
Price per ton for Stove Coal delivered I'rom Cars���$9.00
" ''        iMirrince Cosil delivered from Cars���$8.50
Cash Must Accommpany Orders.
j^ j im: i,uiiiiiiik T
T WnU'lunnkcr and Jeweler.       T
-.$<���First-Strcctfnuxt-tlnor to_ltKRAMfofllcer^��{���-
? *
Tlial's our Ppceinlty. We also carry a
line of Watehes, Sllverwurc. Gold n'm!
Silver NovultiCM; ull kliuls ol Jewelry.
NOTICE
NOTICE.
IS  IIISUKIIV   GIVEN
that thirtv
KM. ALLUM, t
Crage & Mayne
Agents	
Smelter
Townsite
 Revelstoke.
Agents	
PlicjRtiix. WfsU'i'ii, Hritisli Aini'i-i-
om. Loudon Si, Liverpool, and
GloliH Fire  Insurance t-ompumi's.
ilnyx lifter-line [ iiiiencl tn >M>**ly to the Chief
< onimissioiUM-of I.nuds inul Works for alicen-'e
to out and curry away timber'Ironi the following described landK situated on Deep freek,
in Ihesioutt'ern'TiHrt of Galena Hay and about
seven and mm lmlf milos from Arrowhead,
11. CI.. In the disiriel of West Koolenav. com-'
iiiencln-; at a post marked T. 11. I)., N. \v. Cor.,
about .'M ehnlni we*U of Ileep Creek, and Vlh
chains from its mouth; thuuee south 12.'ichalnt;
thence east SO chains; thence north '2;> chains;
thence west m chains, to point of heglnnliijj,
containlni; l.OHO acres niore or less.
November-i7th, 1891),
T. II. DKCEW.
NOTICE '
Notice i.i hereby given to purehascrs of lots
in liloek "A," Town of Kevelsloke, otherwise
known as tlie "Mara Townsite I'roperty," that
all instalments on account of purchase are to
he pah! to John 1). Bihhuld, Mara Townsite
Agent, anil to no oilier person.
J. A.MAKA,
NOTICE
NOTICE IS IIKIIKHY G1VKN (hot 00 davs
after date I intend lo apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 'V2U acres of land Mruntu
in the Yale District and Burnt Ilnsln, marked
out and described as follows. HopinnliiR at a
post marked Initial l'ost, and "W. IS. Kills'
North Unst Corner"; thence 80 chains went;
thencu -10 chains south: I hence 80 chains east;
thence -10 chains north, to the place of
bciilnnlni:.
Dated this anth day or November, 180!!.
W. H. ELLIS.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice Is herel.iv given that the partnership
hitherto existing between CM. Field and John
llourke has been this day.dissolved hy mutual
consent. OutMandhig debts are to bu paid in
equal proportion lo both parties.
(.Si'd.l C. M. FIELD.
JNO. J30UKKE.
Ttcvclstolie, Dee. 12, 1899,
F. McCarty, Revelstoke, B,C.
Pianos and
Organs
'TUNED AND REPAIRED
The Famous Crow's Nest Coal
Leave your orders at my office on McKenzie Ave.
up-to-date     in    our
* well   dresned   man
^ are
1; methods   and make   your *
* linen look like new -T
i; Your collars are ahaped %
% properly and your shirts %
% fit your neck with .com- %
% fort. We want *your
| work. Satisfaction guar-
% an teed. Business office :
% Two doors ea-.t Molsons
% Bank.
X
* Surprise Steam Laundry %
5 F. Bilker, Proprietor. *
?'f*'M'*'f'��'*f'Hr*'f'f*'f*'f'f'*l,'F*'T-f+'��
No Chinese Frnployod.
$7.50 a ton,  Delivered from the ears.
'���'""""""""^ John D. Sibbald
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Nowly Built, Newly Furnl-died.
LlKhlcd by Electricity.
%\ oo Per Day.
The City Hotel
Robt, Cnlcy. Proprietor.
Hcit Vino*, Liquors and r;l-*nr��. Ilcarlciuarters for Railway Men.
LESSONS ON
THE VIOLIN....
mjuuwjjm MiuHrMjt*
wunuurjidrjiuwutrzxm
l-'or Terms Etc., apply to
Jas. Taylor,
UNION' HOTEL.
r-JS��**S'--W-*---*--5<*--^^
a,   FIRE INSURANCE^
(9 All clasycs o�� insurable covered
W nt/nirttiul cquttublc rates.
I   LIFE INSURANCE^,
'0 rollcles���non-forfeltable,   Kiiar-
^i an teed values, cash loan values,
throt>Kliout tho history of tho
1>olIcy.
MONEY TO LOAN^
MISS STEELE.
Teaohor of Arimlo, Drnwltnr, and Piiliitlnir In
nil ami water eolor, 1'rench. Latin, Matho-
iiiatlcs.
M unle 5(1 cunts por Ickhoii nf one hour.
1'ii)iI1h allowed dully ;irui!lled on piano frco
of char|;��,
A. H. HOLDICH
ANALYTICAL CHEMIST
AND ASSAYER.
Knynl School of Mines, London.    Seven years
al  Mnrfti  Works,  Su'iinuea.     17   years  Chlol
Chemist  tn \VI(,*nn Coal and   Iron Co.,   Kng.
Late I'licinist and Assnj-er, Hall Mines, Ltd.
Claims examined and reported upon.
Revelstoke, B.C.
on (,'oort business or residential
property.
r.ents
Collected.
FAYETTE BUKER,
Jas. I. Woodrow
jgUTCHER
HARRY EDWARDS
Taxidermist
Deer Heads,   Birds, Animals, Etc., prcsorvedi
and mounted.
THIKD STREET, EAST Ol'SCHOOUIOOSE
When yon reach Ferguson, B.C.,
Stop atfh" i,.hi
Hotel Lardeau
J. Lavgiitos, Proprietor.
Best J2.00 a day house Iii the Lardeau. Best,
of cuisine se'rviee.���Finely equipped bar.���
Choicest wines, liquors and cigars.���Headquarters for miners and mining men.���Woll
lighted and heated rooms, neatly furnished   '
LarKG nn'l Well Lighted
Sample Itooms	
Heated by Hot Air and Jilcctrlc
Bells and Light In every room
Free mis MreM All Trains
lleasonfthli; Kates 	
^.iHOTEL  VIGTOBIAj-
JOHN V. PERKS, Phopiuetor.
Night  Grill Koom in Connection for the Convenience of Guests
-BetwoenSHo��uMnd Station. ^__    _ fp^(��ty7@[la,fe'o)^(��c,
Bi.6.
Retail Dealer in���
Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season....
All orders promptly filled.
��S3r��5��&&r 2BYBkg��0KB, B..CP.
W*
E hereby notify the smoking;
public that the Cigar Makers' Union
have resolved to permit members of
the Union to work in our Factory,
and UNION CIGAR MAKERS arc
now at work with us.
Proprietor. {���
THOS. LEE,
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