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 i<������? '  ������^*  :M  V/:  'i������U,A  I  ���������ISSTJTEID  TWIOB-A-WEEK - WBr)]SrBSDAYS    A^sTID    SJ^TTT^LlDJiST  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1900.   '-���������       -   ������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������i ,       ���������     ������������������ ������������������������������������      . ���������I.��������� ������������������������������������'��������� ' ' ���������      ' I    I   ������Mli  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  AooAULl Al LADYoMiIii ������ftM^.������.^j������,������>.������^.������.g^^  C. B. HUME  &C0.  We are getting ready  for.  Stock  Taking  and  we are   now   offering  very special inducements to  the public, in order to make  a clean sweep in some lines  and a  big  reduction in our  stock in every line.     This  can be accomplished  by the  low prices and good quality  we ate offering.     No  room  here   for  many details, but  come   and  see for yourself.  When we advertise a sale  of this kind the public can  rely upon its reality.     We  do just  what we advertise.  W. Gk R. Shirts  Eor only $1-00.  Neckties  Latest Styles'. Nobbiest Patterns,  Great Reductions to clear.  Ladies'  Undervests  Special Bargains in these.  Boots and  Shoes  Great ': Bargains,  stock-taking.  to  clear  before  Boys' .  I Footwear  Just in,���������all sizes, all-prices.  All Christmas  Goods Left  we are offering  At Cost  Repulsed at the  Point of the | |j  Bayonet from Trenches  WHITE HOLDS THE FORT THERE  The Boers at Colenso Leave Their  Trenches to Take Part in the Assault  and Buller Follows Them Up and  Crosses the Tugela.��������� A Decisive Engagement in Progress.���������Gen. French  Reports. a Repulse of the Suffolk  Regiment.  [SPECIAL DESr-ATClI TO TUB HERALD.]  London, Jan. 8���������The following despatch has been received from" General  White,''.dated' Jan. Oth : The enemy  attacked Caesar's Camp tit 2:45 a. in.  with inconsiderable, forces. The  enemy' is reported repulsed, but the  righting still continues.  Ladysmitii, Jan. 7���������The attack1 continues and the enemy has been reinforced from the south.  On Sunday afternoon the enemy was  beaten off. for the present, but is still  around ingreat numbers.  The following despatch from Gen:  White is dated Saturday: The attack  has been renewed and we are very  liaid pressed. We have no mure  news and there is uo'sun to heliograph  with.  There are rumors that Gen. White  defeated the enemy at 5 o'clock.on  Saturday afternoon and took 400  prisoners,.  London, Jan. 0���������A special from  lucre Camp, dated Saturday, Jan. 0  says: Gen. While telegraphs lhal lie  defeated the Boers this morning. They  crept up so close to the defending  force that the -Gordon Highlanders  and Manchester's actually repulsed  them at the point of the bayonet.  Freke Casip,  Saturday��������� The horn  bardment    of   Ladyt-mith     was'   the  heaviest yet recorded  and the public  tire anxious us to the final result.  London. Jan. 7���������General French reports a serious  accident: to  the   First  Suffolk regiment.   Finn* companies of  Ihe regiment attacked si Bner position  Col. Watson in command, was wounded   and  n   retreat   ordered.     Three  fouithsofthe British  reached  camp  The   others,   were   over-powered   and  , compelled to surrender, seventy  were  taken prisoners, including 7-oflicers.  * Lon'jJON,   Jan.. 7.���������General    French  reports   that   the.  Boer   Commando,  which made an "attack on   Jan.   11th,  lost   50   killed,   besides  wounded  and  prisoners.  The Commando was dispersed.  PlETEltJIAKlTZBUHG,   Jan,   7.���������It   is  possible that the  Ladysmith  garrison  is milking  a sortie   for the Boers  tit  Colenso   hurriedly  left  their trenches  and rode towards Ladysmit.h and  the  big naval guns tit Chievely Camp fired  several rounds at the enemy as  they  were leaving their Colenso lines.  General Buller has ridduu on to  Chievlv with his staff.  " London, Jan. 8.-rThe War office has  decided to take immediute steps to  send tin eighth infantry division to  South Africa.  The Mansion House Fund has reached the sum of ������300,000.  London, Jan. 8���������Further details ol  the repulse of-the-Boers.at_Laily smith  shows that the Boers were in great  force and commenced an attack upon  Caesar's Cump   and   the   wagon   hill  TETE JAUNE CACHE  THE MTEOF LADYSMITH.  9  Stock-Mine Sale at  ournc  Nothing Succeeds Like Success."  1 -There are times when this^store excels itself by j  I demonstrating its  advanced leadership and its I  I exalted supremacy in a way that surprises mer- i  icantile circles, and sets the buying public guess-1  I ing "What next!"   Such a time is close at hand 1  I It is our Stock-Taking Sale, the wheels of which  I were set in motion last Tuesday morning.     Our  previous  successors on similar pecasions need  no comment from this source, nor; is it necessary  for us to tell of the many advantages our StocK  I Taking Sale of the past week has afforded to I  buyers of every circumstance. Such facts are I  recbgnized on every side; and admitted by all. I  There has been a marked improvement all along I  the line, even values have.,been made greater, j  and that in the face of steadily advancing market |  prices of such materials most necessary for mat* I  , -ing the sale a success^; Thfere ifm^ed.rare,a^d I  1 during this week, arid; att we ask: is the privilege 1  of showing you our goodsand prices. Common- .1  cing next  Tuesday morning we. shall he ready j  I for that purpose.  The Great Mica Deposits to the Norjh  of Revelstoke.���������An Extensive Area of  High Grade Crystals, Which Produce  Mica Sheets-, of Large Size. Great  Transparency and High Heat Resis-  ance.  Across   through   fine    valleys   and  magnificent  scenery,   the   trail    continues   to   the    old    historic   Indian  village   of  Tete   Jaiine  Cache.     The  glory of this old trapping and  Hudson  Bay  centre   has   long   departed,  but  attention is returning to it, by reason  I of the discovery of large deposits of  the finest mien, known by the Indians  and trappers for many  years to  exist  in the mountains,  bub the extent  of  which is undetermined.    Exploration;,  recently,    undertaken     through    the  'energy, in the first place of the late  Victor   Gtiillaume,  and subsequently  through Mr. John T. Smith, show they  embx*ace   an   area   of   some   20 miles  running in a southeasterly to a. northwesterly direction, with a dip to the  west.      Development work  has also  been prosecuted with a view  to   the  qualitytind size ol" the crystals.-    This  work has proven  highly  satisfactory,  and     crystals   in   blocks   have    been  secured,     weighing   from   25   to'   SOD  pounds, - This   being   surface,  work.  however,     the   percentage   of    clean  crystals  was   not  as   high   as   what  might   be   reasonably   expected  at a  greater depth.    The yield can be fairly  set down1 as one in eight.     Eight tons  of rough mica will priiduce one  ton  of  clear    merchantable     mineral,    Last  'summer four men mined three  tons in  eleven working days, from  which 050  pounds of mineral,  split and  cut to  sizes  were,  shipped   tint,  ranging  in  size from 2x4 to 10x15 inches..   As the  demand for this mineral is increasing  with the advance in* electricity.' these  deposits bid fair to  beconis tin  active  factor     in   the   mica   market.-   Tests  made of the mica a few  months  back  showed   that   -it     contained  greater  transparency with higher ..heat  r'esist-  'ance than tiny mica on  tlio  market.���������  Province. - '  Is Still Unknown and No Official  News Has Been Published  NOTHINC NEW AT COLESBERG  Report of the Bombardment of Lady- -  smith Denied By the Daily Chronicle -  Correspondent.���������Orange, Free State  Officials Preparing to Evacuate Bloem-  fontein.���������Reported Attack on a Dutch  Cruiser By a British Warship in  Delagoa Bay.  [Special to thf. Heraxd].,  ADEN".   J*'"-   0. - The   British   havo  released the German steamer  General  'detained on supposition of-having on  board contraband of war. .  London,   Jan.   10.   4:30  a. m.-The  War  office   lias  not   contributed  the  least particular  -\s  to   what   is taking  place in Natal  since  Sunday.'  neither ,,  have   they  allowed   despatches from  war correspondents   to( zo   through.  The facts of the situation are merely-  conjectured   and  an  impatient puhlic  is discussing the conduct  of  the  Win-  office   and  what might be done and  what is being done.  London. Jan. 10.-A despatch to the  Daily Chronicle from Frere Camp.,  Sunday at 3 p.m., says there was np  bombardment . of Ladysmith nor  shelling at Chievely Camp by the  British Runs. _..*..- ;  London, Jan. 10.���������The Daily Mail  has the following from Capetown  dated' Sunday saying that Dorches-  ton is now garrisoned by 1,000 rebels.,  thus releasing the Free State troops  for service elsewhere.    . . '     .  London, Jan. 10.���������The War"offlce.  compilation of casualties total?.-up to-  7.213; 1.027 k,illed; 3.675' wounded' and'  Special Sale  of Crockery  Linen Specials for  Tuesday  -o i..--l, extra heavy full bleached Satin finished table  '  , -������������������ iM "w   ��������� anted   all   pure   Irish linen, super.or  Ml- nm-i- linen  crumb  cloths, sizes 8x4 f.nd 10x4. in  A U"rt '���������"'���������"-"  Interns, our   regular  prtce | M  and .$4.00. special  price *  Men's Suits  \<������;-,'K 411  Wool Tweed  Suits, in fancy checks, dark  Mo������.ort"bvVt   tlimtninps   throughout, regulor  pr^ce.  .$11.50, sale price.: .- -��������� ���������"  n.  We have decided to continue our  Specinl Crockery Sale for a few  duyn more. Don't fall to get one  of our $7.50 Dinner Sets, of 100  pieces.   Best value in town.  Cups and  Saucers  English make, first quality, thu  regular size, only WJ cents per  dozen.  Fresh  Groceries  A Carload of assorted "Groceries  now being opened up.. Tlie 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  6pe our up-to-date Grocery" line.  - Wecan satisfy the mostfasticlious.  Li '  We are Sole Agents For  11  C. B. Hume & Co.  with the greatest courage and energy  Some of the British trenches on the  wagon hill wen; nulled three times b>  the Hours, the latteroccupying them  but each time being.driven nut, the  last time at the point (if the bayonet.  Gen. While telegraphs Buller that the  enemy were repulsed everywhere with  veiy heavy loss, greatly exceeding  that on the British side. No casually  list has yet arrived,  London, Jan. 0���������According to the  programme   25.000  additional   troops  and 72 guns will soon  be afloat.   The  government has ordered maxims to be  .manufactured and as many 4-7 and 0  inch quickfirers us can be turned out,  until othewise notified.  ... London, Jan 8���������The   first  account  giving any explanation of Bullet-'-* defeat at Tugela lust  month   comes'by  mail from Betinet, the Daily Telegraph  correspondent.     It appears  that  the  battle orders were drawn   up by  Gen.  Clery, who provided for an   effective  support  of  tlie  artillery  hy   Hart's,  Barton's  and   Dundonald's    brigades.  These orders were   never  completed.  Hart missed his way, Dundonald failed to support unci Barton  got part of  his force in   an    untenahle   position.  Col. Long with tho artillery outpaced  the escort ot his guns and  they  were  lost.    Briefly   that 'seems   to   be   the  story'of Tugela Kiver.   The ' correspondent s-iys that at 0:25   there  suddenly burst an awful   cuish   of   Boer  musketry upon the batteries and, infantry.   Tlie   rattle   of   the   Mausers  swelled and  was   maintained   as  one  continuous roar.   From the buildiniss |  unci the line of trenches sooth   of the'  river and from the  river bank   itself  the Boers fired at our  gunners and  footmen and from the ..trenches on the  northern side of the Tugela Kiver and  from  Fort Wilie and elsewhere sent  out ii hurricane of leaden hail and the  bullets  venomously rained  upon  the  ground iu all directions,  raising puffs  of dust and  tearing through  the air  with   shrill   sounds.   Few   have ever  seen no heavy unci deadly  a fusilnde.  The  cannon    wheeled   into position  although many horses and men  were  shot, ere the iiiimneuvi-es were r.tiui-  "pleted.  Not even Home in her palmiest  days,ever     possessed       Anvnt������A  8IM1H.  Clearing Prices in  Dress Goods  Black figured lustre. 40 inch wide, our regular prim  45 cents, special price Slit,  A few dress lengths of 7 yurds Fancy Dress Mnteriiil,  silk and wool, iu all shades, actuiillvalue $8���������r*0.'i<iili'  $0.00  Black French Brocade, silk raised effects, very very  rich iu appearance, 0 to QK yards, cheap at SO fit).  special - '      $1,01)  Ladies' Winter  Underskirts  Tind #2.50. sale ��������� price .* " "  | Ladies'Winter Jackets  | for $3.00  Ladies' Heavy 'Tweed Jackets, in brown and white  mixtures, regular at SS7.00. special $:i,IK)  Ladies' Black Beaver Cloth Jackets, button front,  hpecial value at 8S.50, special $1,75  25 Per, Cent/Off  AH   Lndips'  Felti Sailor and Walking Huts,  means h f������l.QO Hat for   Thii  .$1.50  Fur Capes  LudieH1 J-Tc.w^Greenland Kenl Oapt'H, very high collar,,  cut full cTYi'cp, lined seal brown stiteen, rotcnhir  *$:M.u0. sal>.������ price lo cleiirr $10.50  Your Needs in Hosiery |  Boys' Winter Reefers  Boys'Nupp Cloth Reefers, all wool lined with black  , farmers' satin, all sizes, our special  value* nt $5,50,  this'sale price $4,()()  Boys' Napp Cloth   Reefers, check  tweed lining, uiir  regular price $2.75, special tit $2,00  Can lie ������nt>Uy KutisOcd at this Store, no mutter  wluit/ it, may Im'. in Hosiery ;for man. woman, child  or.itifjinl- This is Ihe ono store that has antlcl-  pnJ.c(J.cvery-demand and reliable i|Ualities, always  iivmI in variably the best values within your reach.  ', ^Nominations" for City Council.   .  Proceedings at the city clerk's office  on   Monday during   the   nomination  were quiet but interesting.      It looked  at first as if the  whole council   would  be elected  by acclamation   and    the  only, contest will he, between  F.  Mc-  Carty and A. N. Smith for the mayoralty.* -But a hitch occurred in Wajd 3.  John   Ahriiha'mson  and   S. Needham  were, duly nominated for the ward;  but  the. city , solicitor decla"red that  Mr. Needham could not qualify.   ,_The  only    piece  . of   registered  property  owned hy him being assessed at S000  and,there being a, registered   encim-  byatice against it.sufficient to bring  the value of-his .unencumbered registered property, below the $500 mark,  Mr.   Needham   could   not   run.   This  being explained to the re.sidents*of No.  3 ward present, and us time was drawing short, it was a case  of hustle  to  get a man.    Some  of them went, for  C, Holten, others ran in search . of Mr.  Needham,   and   iu  the   meanwhile it  was arranged hy those  remaining in  the   office that T. J. .Graham  should  leave Ward 2 to  'W. S. Needham  and  come out for Wnrd 3.    Time drew on.  Mr. Needham appeared and was h'ud  to convince.    Mr. Holten  came in  at  the last  minute  too late  to   get the  necessary   papers nia"de-"ouK-r"At^the  very last Mr. Needham  refused  point  blank to withdraw,  the consequence  being that a contest will be required in  Ward 3, us well as for the mayoralty.  The following is the list of nominations:  For Mayor.���������F. McCarty and A. N.  Smith.  Aldermen for Ward l.���������TKilpatrick  and L. Patrick, elected by acclamation.  Ward 2,-Dr. McKecliuie*. W. S.  Newiinin, elected b'viK-irlatimlion.  \Vurd3.-S. Nuedhani, T. J. Gru-  liiini, John Ahrahaiiisnu.  iTIiere will he u poll ortened for the,  mayoralty and Ward 3' election at 8  tt.iii, on Thursday in the new opera  house.  3,511- missing.  London,   Jan.   0.���������An   Amsterdam-, ,  dispatch says tli.it it is' rumored- that  a Rritish cruiser  fired..upon , a   Dutch.  -  cruiser near Debigoa, Bay^ and  that  a., -  Dutch officer.was killed. " The  report " -  is not credited. ���������-.  ' ..." *,: ' ~ '. f.   '-<  '.No'news   from .General   White'nt  Ladysinjth today. ^     _ ,.  . ,'y.;J..-./ :  ��������� The Boers continue to  extend "their '..".  works at Modder river. _' ;V-- -:.i-j; ���������.  General French  reports no ,change  at Colesberg.       .,        ,     .'-.,;:.:-..%,"  The casualties to" the .Suffolk  reciv  ment engaged, with  the enemy. aie23  killed,   112    missing.   , wounded    21.,  Casualties to  other .regiments* nf- lbe ���������  British force engaged  were 12 .killed,  -14 wounded.   , - ,*., .-'   '    ' J "  A London Times co-respondent says,  that the latest from Blopmfontein - ii  that the officials recognizer that they,  must evacuate the city and are securing nouses at Pretoria. Also thn't- the-  hospitals at that point are full of  wounded Boers.  Nothing from Buller today.  I Mens* Overcoats  *   -������������     "������   ah   Wool   Beaver   Cloth   Overcoats,   velvet  Mcollirf welt litrl Vht'cu^hottt.with  best former-V  Caps and  Tarn OShanters  L Mill*      **������r    x^A_��������� _  These hues we wish to discontinue in stock and so  make prices that will clear out what we have leTt  in n hurry,   llciidv for lo-night. -  ' -  If you are judicious  *"-      t/       -      ��������� w  You will not leave it loo late to como for a Minre of  $  these very generous givines.      Each one speaks for  itself  Nettie L.  The    lower    tunnel   hub   been  rnri  through  the  No, 2 ledgi*.  sinking n  nice lead or about four feet of quartz  carrying galena and gray copper oii  the footwall.     The  tunnel  is  now "20'  feet   into   the   country   rock   on  the  other side of the ledge and is expected  to run into thu No. 1 ledge within   thu  next ten  or fifteen  feel.   This is the  ledge   on   which   the   highest  values  were found  in   tlie   upper   workings.  The country rock between is very hard  and progress consequently slow.  ��������� in lierpHinne.li.  more   devoted  ^^^ZZZZ^.^^ nMnmHMWr���������*"-*  The Morning Post demands that the  forces afield, afloat and in preparation  shall be increased by Qo.OOO ..men.   To  this end it argues that as these are all  the trained men   which   the.. .country  possesses, the militia and  volunteers  shall he called out, asserting incidentally, that although the attitude of the  other powers is correct in a diplomatic  sense of the word,  an invasion,  if attempted, would he sudden and now  is '  the time to apprehend such contingencies.   The   Daily   News   defends   the  puhlic opinion of   the   continent,   as  being in a stnte.  which should not be  ignored.-'Mb calls for gi*eater*vigil������ihce  than ever oh the :mrt of those  responsible for the efficiency of the army  and urges ������ cautious, ciictiusspect and  j businesslike diplomacy.  PAY!   PAY!!   PAY!!!  Last Night's   Concert, for the   ^ansion  House Fund a Grand Success.;    _  ^Bv_fiveJb*cl6ikr"yes'terd'iy-afternoon---���������  every reserved seat had been  bought  for .the Patriotic Fund Concert  and  tv.  fresh, one   had  been, added  on.   The  eveming was wet and 'miserable,  hut-  that  did   not   cietc'r   the    citizens of.  Revelstoke from' turning out en 'masse,  to .'the     entertainment.   The   opera  house whs packed to the doors.  An     excellent   programme,   in  the*,  opinion of niot-t people the best that,  has* been put on litre, hy  local   talent,  was     ptfh.-ntod     to   an   enthusiastic  nml patriotic audience.-   Tl petiing,  Camp Scene  in   which' 11. J.   Varncs  ���������.iiiiKthf  g"od old  cong.   The   Union  Jack with great cllect strm-k the right,  note Jit   once   unci   Ihe   Interest, wits,  maintained to  the  finish.   Tho other  vocalists, Me^rs.  S. L. Sa'inders.  A.  U. B. He-irn and Blaketnore,   were all ,  received    with . hearty . tipphinw:   t"8.  rendering of Pay! 'V-*   P'-V-" ''>' lh"i ���������  latter being enthusiastically responded  to,     considerably     over J a.   hundred,  dollars rattling into  the  tambourines  in response to thu practical   invitation,  of   Ihe   piece.    Mr.   Saunders   .in   the.  uniform   of the N.W.M.P.  scored   a,  success with his song  Soldiers  of  the.  Queen in  the  Drill  number.    Messrs..  G. Skene nhd J". G. Allen   gave a  fine.  exhibition of fencing, tingle slick and.  lance exercise, while the rifle company*  to whose tredit Ihe immense success of  Ihe    enterlrtinment must be   placed.,  gave ������n illustration of, how  our  hoys  ���������  do it Willi the bayonet, when Mr, Boer,  gives them a chance and a very minis-,  ing parody   of  a   musical   ride. - The  -elections  by   the   baud   'were'.well,  rendered arid well received.   The pro-  ifnnnine closed with a tableau entitled .  Britannia; which was  very  well con-  iceivedand  effectively  presented and  1 the singin* of the National Anthem.,  The Herald, which may claim a large  -hare in getting the project of holding,  Litis concert taken   up. coiisrratulates-  the rifle  comp.iUV  mid   the  people  of,  Bevelstoke on   the   immense  sacce**  which, it luis proved-  **-v.ti  ,,-.<���������'��������� T   ��������� ,t,.,,���������..^.  .^..r ,-,/-. ���������.���������<> ,v;iA:..f������-i'*- "-*-1   U������-... *^*'-'-':~---  ^evelstoke  Herald  Published In interests of  Revelstoke. Lnnletiu. Bit: Bemi, Trout I-ikc  Illieillcwaut. Albert Canyon. J'lmiui  I'aas and Eafc-lf Pass Districts.  A. JOHNSO."*.'        - -       Proprietor  A 5eini-*'ecklv Journal, published I" tlie  c-.terest ol Kevelstoke ami ilie surrouiiduiK  d'istrict, AV ..liiiadavs anil Saturdays, milking  Closest oounections with alltrains.  Advertisiiiif Rates: Display ads, si W i*!r  column inch, ������2.00 wr mill when iiiBertcd on  t>tle pafv. Legal ads. lo<* per Oiqiipanul) line  lor iirsi insertion: 5c for each addition al .inser  lion. ReadiiiL- notices, 10c-. per line caeli lssie..  liirtli. Jlan-ia^ and Death uotices, free.  Subscription Rates: By mail or can* el .ii!M0  pci1 oiinmu: el.si for six months, strieily in ad-  V^Jur'job Department: Tin: .Hkkalu Job  Department is one of the best wiuippeil I������i'"il"'jf  oflicesin W\it Kootenay, and is i;���������";1'*-'.'.--,"  eiccute all kinds of pontine* ������\1--r!>yi'ilS?,J'^  honest prices. One -.rice to all. >>o )������������ '������������  ar e-rioiia too small-for us. Mail or e s  oroaiptlv altciiiled to.    Gnu us a trial on join  We Invite corrennoml-  ro "^orrespoiiiienisi     "^  i.i.*-~   - ��������� ,  once on  anv subject of interest 10 the geuei;al  public,  and desire a   reliable  rc-.-iil.-ir <-onli  ne**: t order.  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It  may   he   that   many  who   went  Willi  tho first expedition did not expect u>  fight.    But  Uiose who now  apply   do  so with the lull knowledge that they  are ottering- thoir lives tor the maintenance  of  the  power  o������  Britain   in  South   Africa.       Tho     minister   who  fists,  "What has Canada to  do with  the   affairs   of  Africa?"  has  his   answer in bushels and bushels of letters  which  are  accumulating    in  the  department  of   militia  and  overflowing  into the corridors and threatening to  bury the clerks    under    a mound of  stationery.      They  come from  Canadians who think they have everything  to do with every part of the empire  which needs assistance.    Mr. Tarte is  not  quite  so   profuse  with  his rhetorical  questions as he has been.  He  also is learning his lesson.   But he is  still  ablo  to   explain  to  his compatriots that  the  Canadian  government  waited   until   the   last   of  the   other  colonies were- to the front,  and  that  while  sho  is   doing something,  it  is  relatively   less   than   the  others,   and  much less than tho .English speaking  Canadians  wanted lo do.  made Bpecial arrangements for Mr.  Healy's arrival. When the train rolled into the station bands of music  were waiting, and an escort headed  by Parnell himself waited on tho  platform. After a moment's delay the  train started again, but among the  passengers, who alighted Mr. ileaiy  could not be found. Just as the delegation headed back for the town, a  tall, fresh-faced man rushed up to  Parnell and grasped  his hand.  "I'm here,' he said. "You've hold  the meeting off for me, I suppose?  "We postponed the meeting," returned the Irish leader wiiu frigid  politeness, "for Mr. Timothy Michael  Healy, of the County-of Louth.''  "That's all right. I'm not '.liin  Healy. Im only Bill Healy of the Irisn  Time3,. If I'd got beaten, on this  Parnell meeting I'd been fired, so 1  wired. I suppose,' he added, 'you're  a bit annoyed because I'm not a  member of Parliament?"  "Well, Healy," returned Parnell,  ���������'I am ������ little, but 1 must admit mat  if you were a member you would  make a good one.' .  COMPANY.  H^art pflice, Toronto.  Capital Authorized, - $2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up, - $2,311,034.00  Rest, - ��������� $1,502,172.00  CHANGES   IN   TUK   MINISTRY  arrange-  a weanness on    his  MR. SIFT0N.  The minister of the interior has  only one explanation t������ offer for the  collapse of his party and his cause  in Manitoba. He says it was due to  lack of organization. If Mr. S-'iflon  means that it was due to disorganization and general disaffection lie is  probably right. If be refers to want  of ordinary campaign  ments he admits  own part. Mr. Sifton spent wesks in  Manitoba preparing the people for  the contest. It was only when he  and the local government had satis-  fled themselves that all was ready  that they issued the writs giving the  shortest possible notice to the other  Bide. Mr. Sifton' statement is al30 a  confession of weakness in his department. A brigade of the officers  of the interior department operated  in the campaign as electioneers. They  canvassed: They made election cr-  rangements. They performed the  duties assigned in Ontario to Mr.  Preston's threshing machine. One of  them was arrested for bribing electors. Whether they can be connected  with the alleged attempt to "switch"  votes remains to be seen. The general impression is that Mr. Sifton is  too modest. His organizaion work  waa up to the highest machine standard. Only the people of Manitoba ic-  fused to be organized according to instructions.  Sir Wilfrid seems also to have contributed an organizer. About the  time that Mr. Itussell, the London,  solicitor for the Dominion, went to  Rome and made his representations  to Cardinal Rampolla, papal secretary  of state, on behalf of the premier, Sir  Wilfrid sent a political friend to Manitoba from Quebec. Sir Wilfrid caused his counsel to inform the Vatican  that only the first instalment of justice had been rendered to the Roman  Cahollcs In Manitoba, but that others  would be paid. It seems that the  ' political gentleman from Quebec was  instructed to make a payment; for  Mr. Greenway at once gave hint a  position as superintendent or inspector with power to deal with schools  in the French and Roman Catholic  districts.  It  is  said  that  the school  law has  been   virtually   set aside in some of  those  places.      When   the  late  campaign began the duties   of   this   officer  became  entirely  political.      He  went  around the French speaking districts,  and    ignoring    Greenway    altogather,  told the people they    must vote   for  Laurier, and he would  gee that they  had   their    own  schools.      It  is said  that as election day approached he invited the teachers of those schools to  take a holiday and go around the i-is-  tricts explaining to the people that It  was necessary for them    to    etipport  Mr.   Laurier.  Those efforts are said to  be rather effective.   At all events the  Quebec     organizer    of    Sir     Wilfrid  boasts thst not  10  per    cent of    tho  French  people    in    Manitoba    voted  Conservative.    It  will  be  remembered  that the election in the riding of  Dauphin   was  deferred     for   a   week.  The  educational  official  from  Quebec  'i-UBhednntc^D-auphin and   spent   the  interval   in   that   constituency,  where  there is a considerable voto.whlch he  was  expected   to   influence,  and  with  which he was apparently    successful.  But in spile of all Greenway must go.  He is said to be packing up previous  to bis departure for Ottawa ���������vhero he  will engage in the work of reforming  the Senate.  OUR SOLDIERS PAY.  When Parliament assembles next  month Sir Charles Tuppor will without delay move that the members of  the Canadian contingent who arc  now serving in South Africa as well  as tho men who are now leaving for  tho front shall be maintained and  paid by Canada, and not, as they ar*;  at present, bo chargeable to the  home government. Tho leader of the  opposition has already announced his  intention, but the present indication.-;  are that the government will endeavor  to rehabilitate themselves in the eyes  of the country by anticipating his  action.  The policy of Sir Charles has already been adopted with regard to  the offering of the first coniingent.  Sir Wilfrid was forced to artopt il  again in the offering of a second  contingent, 'so that it is not at ail  unlikely that he will go a step further and humbly aiuept the advice  of Sir Charles with regard to the payment of the men. He has already  gone so far as to agree that t^e pay  of the regulars and Mounted Police  shall be continued at the current rales  while they are serving abroad, 'ihe  Canadian rate of pay being higner  than the Imperial rate, it is mnounc-  ed that the men are to be continued  on the higher scale, the home government contributing a shilling a day,  and the Canadian government tue balance.  The government, is therefore today  committed to the partial payment .,r  a part of the Canadian forces whiic  serving in South Africa. Every self-  respecting Canadian however fecls  that Canada should not only supply  the men, and help to pay some of  them, but that she should undertake  to pay them all.  This is a matter which Sir Wilfrid  will have to decide between Air.  Tarte and his disciples on the one  side and the loyal and patriotic  peopleof Canada on the other.  Tho report that Mr. Tarto and Sir  llonry Joly  aro about to retire from  the cabinet is given in some journals  friendly to the government. There is  reason to believe that Sir Henry will  bo  crowded   out.    He  is  a  line   old  gentleman   who   was   never  suspected of a disposition towards ooociling.  For this  reason,  perhaps, he has no  influence and no pull.   Ho is French,  but he is not a Roman Catholic, and  Mr. Tarte, when he speaks in Quebec  of   the   French   element   in  the   cabinet always omits the name of Joly.  It is suggested  that Sir Henry Joly  may be made speaker of the -senate,  and that his place will be filled by  ihe appointment of a Tarte man.   Mr.  Tarte is in bad health.    If he steps  out it will be because he Is not physically  strong    enough    to    stand  the  strain.   But   in   any   case  his   retirement will only be temporary, in case  he regains strength.      It  is possible  that he  may go to France  as high  commissioner,  or  chief  commissioner  ���������lor Canada at the exposition returning next summer in time to organize  the  campaign.    Sir Wilfrid will   not  go to the country without Mr. Tarie  if he can help it.   The next best man  is Mr.  Pacaud   of  Baie dos    Chaleur  railway   famet,   the     man    who   got  5100,000 in cold  cash  for the use of  hia influence  with   the  Mercier   government in securing the payment to  Mr.   Armstrong   of   a  $175,000   claim.  A man who can get    a 57 per cent  commission   for   collecting   an   non-  est  debt  from    a  government  musi  have rare gifts.   Hitherto Mr. Pacaud  has been a party organizer for Quebec  city   and   district  only.      If  Mr.  Tarte retires he will be promoted.  .NCORPO RATED 16TO.  Dress  Making  THE MOLSONS BANK  INCORPOHA.TED HY ACT OB1 PAriT.1 MfENT, 1S55.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL  BEST FUND  $2,000,000  $1,500,000  3  =1  3  3  Every clay increases the  number of "patrons of this  department, and the  Style, Fit  and  Finish  DIRECTORS:  H.  S.  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This   bank   Issues  Special  Receipts  which  will be accounted  for at any  of the  Hudson's   Bay Co's  Posts  in  the Yukon and Northern districts.  A. B. B. HEARN.  Manager RflVfllntokn Branch-  2fc: DIRECTORS:  Wm. Molson Macpiiehson, President; S. It. Ewikci, Vice-President; ^SE  SZ W. M, RAMSAY, SAMUEt, Ii'lNLRV, HKKRY AUCIllllAI.l),  J. P. CU'OIIORN, ���������a������  g- H. Makklanii Molson. Z^g  g- V. "Wokfeuton TiioJiab, General Slaimgcr. ^  HE     A general banking business transacted.     Interest, allowed at current ^  J. ID. MOLSON, -3S  Manaobii, Kkvelstokk, B.C.     i5S  rates.  tumutimuui^t  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  of the Garments we are turning out is the reason.  A \;j lady who has not yet  paid a visit to this department  cannot do better than commence the New Year by treating herself to one of  Costumes.  WHITE,   GWILLIM  SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J.  M. Scott, B.A.,  Q. C. L. u b.  P. L. Gwllllm.  McKenzie Ave*  It is to be hoped that some ot the  Christmas good cheer and kindly feeling will spread out over the new  year.  Prophets who predict the end of  tho world still continue to bob ip  and fade out of eight as soon as tht  selected date rolls around. Men can  tell you about as much of the iinish  as of the beginning of this mighty  ball, and not any more.  SPORTING  NOTES  our  HA.KVE  McCAR   BR  -  Barristers, Solicitors. Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:      Molsons Bank Block.  First Street, Kevelstoke Station, B. C.  P. 5URNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  o>  J. W, Cross, M. D.  Oflleo:   Taylor  Jtloek, Mackenzie    Avenue,  Revelstoke. .  Surgeon lo tlicC-P.H-  Health offlcnr, Ulty of Rcve.'sto c.  A lady named Manwell is applying  to the courts at Spokane for a  divorce. Her husband abused her so  sho couldn't possibly like her  man well.    Could sho?  It is almost us difficult to got appointed to the Canadian contingent  as it is to get n seat in  parliament.  Thee is no truth in the report thai  Hon. Clifford Sifton claims that the.  anxiety among the Fenians to conu  to Canada is due to the excellent advertising the country has had fron-  his enterprising immigration agents.  QUI C. 0. D. CONTINGENT.  New Denver Ledge*. Pat Burns,  tho meat king of Kootenay, is erecting a residenco in Calgary that look:-  llke an_English ^astle^ Pat .deserves*  aTcastle to" live in.   Ho has'been  "the"  best friend to the press of auy business man-in Kootenay. With the exception ot "New Den\er, his ;id appears in every paper where he does-  business. Notwithtanding this v,*-*  hope that Pat will over be fat ir.  the good things, of this mundane  sphere, and that his life as it tapers  to the end may be sugar-coated with  health and happiness.  Tuesday Jim Jeffries and James J.  Corbett were matched to light - 1:5  rounds for the championship of the  world on March the 15th. The club  offering tho largest purse gets the  light.  Toronto, Jan. 2.���������James J- Jeffries,  champion boxer of. thu world, is In the  city, since yesterday morning and has  al read v m-ulu many friends in tne  short slay bore. The talent took a  iine on the hie 'un at the Grand, afternoon and evening, and all arc satisfied that he'll do. Though weighing  i20 pounds hu skipped away from his  brother, who spars with him, like a  bantam, and bows modestly when the  crowd generously gives him the hand.  Jim is pleasant in conversation, invariably has the good will of new ucr  nualntimces, and seems to be the popular champion.  Jeffries sadly displayed the thin h.nr  otT'the top of his head,  the result  of  thu   terrillc picture heat  at the Shar-  .'cey ilsht.     lie likes Toronto weather,  and  will  never again  light where  the  electric  lights are scorching hot.      In  his exhibition bout Jim savvs his rigiu  that was bad before he beat Sharkey.  but  he  expects    It  f*rood  again    noon.  Then ho will meet McCoy, Sharkey or  any  of   them,   and   expects  to  have  a  battle  or  two before  he    tights    Jim  Corbett.   0   the Kid jabbed left to Maher's stomach and. Peter became more wary.  They came to a clinch, each landing  light blows to ribs. The Kid sent  two left hooks to jaw, which sent  Maher back, and following with another,- which knocked the big fellow three  yards back. McCoy blocked right return. They-came-to'a'clinch, but In  tho break the Kid sent a straight  right to face and body. Maher tried  to mix it up and forced the Kid to the  ropes, hut the Kid fought back and  got back to the eentre of the ring,  where he got in a straight left to the  face just as the bell sounded.  Round 4.���������McCoy was quicker on hi3  feet. Both mvn sparred carefully,  with Maher forcing. Kid tried feint,  landing lightly on the wind. Maher  forced McCoy to a corner and then  led left on face. Jarring McCoy. McCoy stepped to the left. Peter struck  ou,t with left, but fell short. In a  mix up Peter got right to head and  McCoy was cautioned for holding. McCoy hooked left to face and Peter followed with left on body. Maher jabbed left straight in the face at close  quarters without a return. Maher  broke ground repeatedly, McCoy chas-  inj*; him. The Kid sent left to face,  but Peter hooked two lefts to head  and then used his left twice more to  the Kid's head, while McCoy Jabbed  left to wind. They came to a clinch,  In which Peter was cautioned for, hold-  |_>t4JSBBYTEKIA.N CHUROH-BoyelBtoko,  * liervioo, ovcry Sunday at 11 ii.ru. oiid 7:SiU  p.m. Bib'o C1,bh at S-r-il) p.m., to which  all aro welcome Prayer meeting ac 8 p.m.  o**ory Wodnostlny.  BUV. T. MKNZIES, PflBtor.  K O.MAN     CATHOLIC   CHURCH ��������� Hovel-  itoko      Mass   flrut and third Snn'inya lu  meiitJi aDIO-'iOu. m.  ���������  UEV. FATHER THAYEH.  SALVATION ABMY-Mi'oUima cvtry niglit  O   in their hall on i''ront Street ,  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at the  close of tho morning service. Sabbath school and Bible class at 2:39.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. The public  are cordially invited. Seats free.  REV.S.J.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  in season.  T.ib'.o ftirtiishod  with thu cho'i'.est  'tin! tmiriM'!. iiiT'irtlH. Best   Wines  Tjiquois ,-u,il  (Jiir-ir*?. Large,   l;-rht  hi'iii'ocius. ''      Hates $1    ii    day.  iVioiithiv i.'itc.'  J. ieri Slone.-Proor.  RATE.   $l.oo   PEK   D.A f  Church of   Enfland Sunday' Services.  Eight a.m., Holy Communion; 11  meeting, litany and sermon, (Holy  Eucharist, first Sunday in the month);  2:30 Sunday school, or 'chlldrens'  tervice; 7:30 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,  after Sunday school at 3:IB.  Good nccoinniodatioH.    A.   good  wol! biii.'Ij1jo:1   with choice v  liquors and cigars.  :iir  ���������ouse.  Froe Bns Keats AII Trr^ns  Brown  8z Pool  Fi-opi'-'iotors.  THE PIONEER LIVKRY^-.^.  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardeau unci Trout Lake  ROBERT SAMSON  -T-KIZT^RTNG-  Oneo more the ministers havo  yielded to the patriotic demand of  the Canadian people, and are preparing for the dwpatch of the second contingent to Africa. Yet the  government does not allow Itself to  be carried away by" over enthusiasm.  In response to the demand that S0������0  Canadians shall be allowed to go the  government decides to organize a  force of 1050." Tho" -tame old conditions are made as to pay. From the  date of the arrival of the corps in  Africa, the soldiers are to bo paid by  the^horne government. Until 'they,  arrive the Canadian government will  pay them the rate allowed to the permanent force. In other words the  C.O.D. arrangement under which the  first, corps was shipped is repeated.  It is understood that Mr. Tarte has  renewed bis fight against Canadian  interference in the foreign wars of  England. Ho seems to have failed in  so far as he attempted to prevont the  organization of a second corps, but  he has been successful in the effort  to stop the payment of the men of  Canada at tho moment of their landing in Africa. Mr. Tarte- and those  who agree with him. were also able  to cause tho finance minister to withdraw from the arrangement about to  bo mode for tho insurance of the  lives of the men at the expense of  the government By this achiove-  jnent the relatives of two volunteors,  who have died since the corps went  *way, have been deprived of the sum  of $1000, which would,have been payable In each case.  While Mr. Tarte allows the second corpe to be raised, ho may find  Borne satlEfaction in the fact that  Australia, with less population than  Canada, aria a third less military establishment. Is sendinc more thin  double the force that Canada sends.  ���������_"Of course," says a .wxttnr, in ihr,.  Ladles' .Home Journal, "everybody  knows that tho 20th cunttiry: will begin on Tuesday, January 1st, lPul."  No, everybody does not know that  though everybody Khotild. There remain persons who still Insist that tlK  20th century will begin Monday, Jan  uary 1. 1900, notwithstanding that It  is entirely >.plain that a wheelman  doing a double century turn wmilt!  would not start ������n his second century within the first rod ot his 100tl)  mile. He must ride out that 100th  mile, but having done that he will b'  free to start another "century" or  drop oft and fan  himself.  MR.  PARNELL  AND   THfl   WRONG  HEALY      ~  .The presence-" of John E. Redmond  member of parliament for Waterfotd.  Ireland, in the United States i.o  plead the cause, of the Irish, party  and to enlist flnancid.) aid f'Jr the  erection of a Parnell statue, bring0  him once more prominently before  the American people.  1 "After the split in tho Irish party,"  said Mr. Redmond the other <.ay,  Parnell tried to secure tho co-operation of Tim Hcaloy, momber of parliament for the County ot Louth. On  one "occasion a Parnell meeting was  arranged to bo held at RosHccmmou  and .Healey had been invited to be  present. The committee however,  were not sure of him, as the, meeting was set for an early hour in'the  afternoon. Within half an hour of  tho time Parnell received the following telegram:  "Am detained. Hold the mcotingofi  for throe hour������ and 1 will bo present.  Healy."  "The meeting was postponed uh r������  qttejted  and  as  Rosscnmmon. was   ������  This  la not the fault   of  the  Cana- i Healy town by family tics and poli  fllaa people.   The rush of applicants ) tt^1 predilections,    tie    commlttea  Kid McCoy Defeats Peter Maher in  Five. Rounds.  New York. Jan. 1.���������Kid, McCoy again  placed hlmsolf In thu championship  clnss by defeating I'ctr-r Mah>:r in a  short, erlHp, well fouKht battle of five  rounds before the Con<:y Iain ml Sporting  club  this  afternoon.  The Fight \iy Rounds.  Round 1.���������The men shook hands at  -5:17. The Kid immtdiatfily look" to  tlio offensive. Peter, bruaklnu ((round.  Tho Kid feinted with left.���������������������������������������������' He-then  sent'left hook to jaw, flooring Maher.  Mnher wan-tip .In two ������<;condn. Kid  tried to crosK, hut mlwsed. M.ahcr  tried If'ft swlnt{ for thr- head, hut th<;  Kid '������lde.-stcppcd neatly. Mnhfrr again  tried left, hut Kid again Hld������-Htepp<id.  McCoy sent l������fr to body unci -Peter, in  an-attempt to return the blow, sllpp.*'!  and foil, but recovered himself quickly.  They then name to si. clinch. Peter  forced the Kid to the ropes, where he  put right on Kid's body. Kid broke  away nicely and, after a little sparring, put a left to Maher's stomach.  Round 2.���������rtoth came up laughing.  Each Bpared for an opening. McCoy  right unci left to the body. Ah they  feinted with left. Peter made a vicious  right ������i.nd left swing; neither landing,  and aticiofle' quarters..-.tho Kid"'put  ibroke away tho Kiel put left to Jaw.  Then they mixed it up, 'Maher landing  rl(j;ht and left to the body. Tn the  breakaway Maher put his left to tho  body. Coming together0 ngnlni the  Kid measured his mtin and Bent right  to Jnw.puttlng Maher to his hands and  kneea. Mnher was up In four seconds  and: rushed madly at McCoy, getting  at tho body, while McCoy landed  three lefts on the face. .Maher forced  the Kid to the ropes and*" the Kid  slipped to the floor. As soon a* ho  y,nt up he put left to Maher'K face,  sending his head hack. Tho Kid sent  two lefts to Jaw of Maher, following  with right, which turned Maher'n head  sideways, ns the gong sounded.  Round 2.���������McCoy came flip more confident than ever, while Peter wore an  uiixIoiih look, but was very delormln-  :rt. The Kid feinted without a blow  tiding Hlruck. Maher forced the Kid  lo the ropes. but(i the Kid hooked left.  to Jaw, And escaped a return,    Twice  IrigTbut at the same time he sent left  hook to McCoy's face.  Round 5.���������Peter forced the pace. Kid  tapped with left' slightly to the face,  shifting to the left side, which Is unusual In McCoy's ring tactics. Both  landed lefts to head. Then Peter sent  another left to face, the Kid countering. Peter shot left to throat and  tried to cross with right, but missed.  Maher led. McCoy landed hard left  on the Jaw. McCoy crossed right over  to the point of th������r-Jaw and Peter wah  forced to clinch. McCoy followod up  with left swing on the Jaw,and Maher  fell. Maher v.*a������ counted out and  McCoy ��������� won. Time of round, 2 mln-  utea, 22 MfcondH, "      s  Wood Dealer  and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notice.      Contract*  for lobbing taltan.  Sadc le    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  J?  EYeiij-liiiriK  and   Teaming   &  spuci'ilby.  Daily Stage leavi-s Thomson's  Landi'iir; every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.    For pitrticiiliyu=v*/rito_^__l ^^ ^_-.���������^���������=���������-..  CRAIG & uiL'LJIAN. Thomson's Lanmncv  Send for     Copy of th<������ Third Annual Editi  TUB   1900   STOCK   MEETING"  One of the most Important occurrences in Medicine Hat In 1900 will  bo tho annual rntwtlng here of the  stockmen' of Western Canada���������the  members of the Western Stock Growers'   association.     This   meeting   wiu  bo held at Mcdicirio Hat about;'.tha  third week in April;. Formerly ..these  annua); gatherings of stock men have  been: held at Calgary and Macleod alternately, Tho meeting at Medicine  Hat this year is a recognition of ihe  position which this place is attaining  from a stockman's point of view. It  Is also an acknowledgement that D������  western part of Western Assiniboia ii  taking a larger interest in the affairu  of the western association than was  formerly done. The meeting, we believe will be the most important  meeting of stockmen ever held in  Western Canada. Thcro has bo mujh  transpired affecting tho stockmen  during tho past year that no .doubt  thoro will bo a great deal ot discussion on matters affecting the Interests of the business, Thift mcot/ng  will he of tho.-moat Importance I,"  Medicine Hat and it would not ho  nuking too much to. at this early  date, prepare not only the atockm^n  of the town and district, but also  the business men and citizens of th������  town, for tho coming meeting. It  behooves the people of Medicine Ifa',  to extend a wide Inyltnllon to tho  Htoekfnriti of AHiorla and Western Am-  ululbolM to'attorn! the meeting nml  whon fiey do come, wo should Join  hands iu making their visit pleasant.  WMmmm  PROMPTLY SECURED I  ���������VVrltoforonr Itilcrentlrix liooks "Tnvtint-  w'������ lfeip" n,nd ���������LMItiw pm ftro-������wlinHuil.' ,  Hond tin n rorjfthskotoh or modtlnf rnur <  Invontlon or Improvement nnil wo will lull (  you fireo our opinion n.i in wliotliur it in  probably pntflntiiblc,   Wo nmkeii Hpoclally  nf iippllcutlonn rejected  In otliur liuudu,  JIlKlioat rcforoncui) riirnlnhed.  MARION tt MABION  PATBNT SOLICITOUS A EXPERTS  I Civil A Mfich������nloi,|  RnKlneeriit Orodunli'i ot tli������  , I'olylrchnlo Hcliool or Kiwlnccrlnfr, Ilnchclom l/i  Appll������J Sclonwu, l.avnt University, Member*  I'afonl Law AMOrlfitlon. Amerlenn WntcrWorln  AmwdMlon. N������w ilni/iaml Wnter WoritH /miofl.  1 V. Q- Huivcyor* A'-j-oclutlon, Assoc. Alvmbor Cau.  1 Booiutr of Writ Bnginiws.  I ncrinc*. i NEW Y04K LIFE D'LD'O., MONTREAL CAN.  t OFFICES.-' A*fUMT!0 BUILOMO., WASHINGTON, 0-0.  Mediclno altt, as a ranching centre,  can lose nothiig by boing open' handed ragardlng this meeting. It menus  much for a town that makes such  pretensions In tho ranching: line ns  we do.���������Medicine Hat News.  -      ' "   -���������-���������-o ."   '. ' '.���������*'"  As a mosiicolleclor the rolling Joke  easily dlstanc'.'*) all competltorM.;,  English business men In Paris fire  being boycotted bccatiBo oCvKnglfind'a  talk of  boycotting tho 'exposition.  Thoro may bo some pooplo who sire  perfectly natural, hut the naturally  ptrfect variety are mighty source.  It Is a sterol, of married bllsu to  let your wlto m'tnago cverythlng-i-thc  way you want her to,  Tho drayman may not bo recognized ao of catloptional importance, but  ho Is a moving power.  ft sooma strange, but a" glrlv will  telephone what sho won't toll a  follow,  Thort is ono good thing about tx-  curslons, Roturn tickets are provided.  itoast beef that la not well done Is a  rare thing  Tho length of tho world's railways  Is moro thitn 17 times the olrcuin-  fcronco of the earth nt the equator.  A vanlla bean kept. In the tugnr  box will impart a doliclotw flavor to  sugar.   The French do this.  . OK  PETTIPIECE'S  Q t yofRevelstoke  Complete and ft4*?M;ls������  All About Revelstoke  The Galetc'ty lo the Wonderfully Rich ^,Vii.t'.:u'i J'.'iatriel of North  Kootenay and, Canoe Hiver.   The S}yr>-i:;j A'aiiit for the  liiy Bend, Trout Kate, Lardeau, eK^aauael, Albert Canyon, Jon/anPa:is and JSatjlcPass  JMslriets.  Business Men and Business Houses.   The name, Oecit-  pillion, and Residence of '  livery Male Resident  ���������in    the   City.  Price, SO Cents.  A UDitKss:  R.  P. PETTIPIECE,  llevelatolce, 13. O.  ���������-C.i7Z-.^W'WJ������'5,'^������'S''%������,������^^  l^'lflk.u���������wjnVMl  T, L Haig  Notary Public,  Solo Agent for  Revelstoke  Townsite  Minirjcr, Firo and  Life J.tiBuranoo.  QfH.cp. Oppotit^ O.P.Jl, pfpob  rJEVELSTOKE  IR.0N WOIUS  Blacksmitliing, Jobbing,.  PJuinbini.', Pipe Fitting,,  Tinsmith ing Sheet Iron-  Work,   .Machinery  Ro  pm rci i  Mining    Work  3.    Specialty  Revolstoko,  m  %  Ik  %;  1  w RELIEF OF KIMBERLEY  Operations to   Outflank   Cen.   Cronje  New York, Jan. 5.���������A despatch, from  London says: Colonel Pilcher and  Colonel Babington are now in a position where they can combine their  forces and operate on General  Cronje's flank, west of Kimberley.  This would bo a manoeuvre of tir-sat  tactical importance for the relief of  Kimberley. Tho Boers are creeping  up stealthily upon Modder river and  digging trenches close to the guards.  SECOND  CONTINGENT  Winnipeg Squadron Will Leave There  on Monday .  Winnipeg, Jan. 5.���������The drill hall  was packed last night at the second  contingent concert. Major Williams  anounced that the second contingent  leaves here on Monday at noon.  B.C. GOVERNMENT DEFEATED  DASH  FOR  LIBERTY  Hoofd Laager, Ladysmith, Jan. 2.���������  Six horsemen., made a dash from  Ladysmi h a few nights ago and  though pursued, they escaped. It is  believed the party included Colonel  Rhodes, brother of Cecil Rhodes and  Dr. Jameson.  NARROW ESCAPE  Of ths New Zealanders Near Colesburg  London, Jan. 5.���������Tho following  despatch has been received: Ponsburg  Jan. 4: Tlu casualties of Gonera:  French's force up to the aiternoon of  January 3rd were, five men killed  and 24 wounded. A detachment of  be 3Dth New Zoalanders had a narrow  escape while advancing on Colesberg.  They wero directed to occupy a kopje,  but met with ahot reception from a  cqncealed foice of Boers. Another  body of the British troops, seeing  their danger, doubled to the rescue  of the New Zealanders, and their  relief was successfully accomplished,  under the cover of the guns on the  hills westward. The destruction of  tho wrecked train included 22,000  ���������rations and a supply of rum.  An army order has been issued directing the embodiment of six additional  battalions of  militia.  Victoria, Jan. 4.���������The British Columbia government was defeated on  tno first division by a vote of j.^ to  17 on the motion being put for the  consideration of the speech from the  throne.   -O       "������������������. ,:^1&&  SEVErlE WEATHER  SEIZURE  OF GERMAN  VESSELS  Arouses   Great     Indignation   Against  Great  Britain  ��������� Berlin, Jan. 5.���������The' seizure of the  imperial mail steamer General has  considerably aggravated the situation  here and the indignation against  Great Britain is intensified. The government, however, is still earnestly  endeavoring to preserve correct relations. No answer that 'is considered  satisfactory has been received from  Lendou and according to advices here  none is expected for several days  longer. Today's news, however, induced the German government to  send"another protest to Loudon.   *  As significant of the intensity of  Germany's indignation against Great  Britain in this matter is the declaration published today by tho Gorman Colonial society, among whose  80,000 members are a ��������� number of  reigning German prince*, which says:  ' "Great Britain's recent proceedings .  against German vessels are an out-l  rage. The fact remains that the'  small respect which the British people feel, -for Germany because of  her deficiency as a naval prower has  taken such a deep root that the commanders of .the British warships  hasten to commit'breaches of "international rights as long as only Germany is thereby touched. -This lack  of fear to touch the German flag  must bo - thoroughly and ' speedily  eefen to^'  Vienna, Jan. 5.���������Tho Vienna Alle-  gemere Zeitung says: ."It looks as if  Great Britain cared less for the cargo in question than for the demonstrating befoie the world that although most unlucky on land she is  the unchallenged mistress of tbo sea.  This is a demonstration which will  do more for the German navy than  all tho speeches of Emporor William.'  In the Yukon���������Four Men Have Beei-  Frozen   to   Death  Seattle, Jan. 5.���������The steamer Citj  of Topoka from Alaskan ports brings  infoi'u.ation of ilvo receuc tragic  deaths In tho north, -.our duo to  freezing.  Tho bodies of two men wore found  frozen on the day the Topelta sailed.  In the belt or ono there* was fount;  a check on the Alaska Couinienca'  company for +3000, the date beiut  Novembor 7. Tho check was issued \u  favor of R. C. Geuniugs, the residence  not give. The men must have beei.  returning Klondikers.  Another man, D.R.Richter of Sat  Francisco, is reported frozen in hi.  cabin  near White  Pass.  William Somerville, tho well knowr  Dawsonito was picked up by fc  squad of tho North West Mounter  Police just below the White l-Iori-  rapids. He had been frozen during  the night:   o ���������  HOSPITAL   SHIP   MAINE  London, Jan. 5.���������The American hospital ship Maine' arrived at Las Pal-  mas, Canary Islands, ye.sterday. All  on board well.  CHANGE IN TRAINS  Thursday morning's train does not  run    further    east    than    Winnipeg-   o��������� ������������������  CONTRABAND QUESTION  BOER TRENCHES  Confronting General Buller Extend for  Seventeen Miles.  Loadon, Jan. B.���������This morning's  news throws no further light upon  the situation. The exact position at  Moltono and Cyphorgatc Is not yoi  ^cloar,^but-lii-any-case-these-llttle-en--  gageraents aro of small importance,  beyond proving that the British  forces are beginning to attain a groat-,  ���������er degree of mobility.  Goneral Mothuon's cavalry scouting  has developed tho fact that tho Boer  entrenchments extend 40 miles, far  overlapping tho British positions and  making Hank attacks exceedingly  difficult .  Tho military authorities nnirm, that  tho Boer' trenches confronting General Bullor stretch away for some  17 miles, and that the work upon  them Is being pushed iiitermltungly,.  whllo the Brltsh advance is delayed!  Flank movements aro rendered most'  difficult bocaiibo long' marches nro  not done with celerity and it is hard  to tlino an attack with certainty. Tho  extent of the Dutch rising amy now  bo measured by taking a lino from  Prieska on the west and llorschel or  Barkley on tho east. Along tho  wholo of this lino, except at points  actually occupied by the British, tho  population seems for the most part  hostile.  Traction engines have arrived at  Frero Camp and have' been successfully tested. They pulled trucks over  tho roughest and most sandy ground  ���������without difficulty.  Feared Pretext for Continental Intervention.  London, Jan. 6.���������The military activity in South Africa is confined to  points of subsidiary importance, in  the central theatre of operations tut  British have apparently secured nt  substantial gains. The only despatch  of dramatic interest, is the ��������� narrative  of the gallantry at the sortie from  Mafeking, where the stormers threw  themselves against the strongly defended Boer work with disastrous results.  The question of contraband seizures takes almost paramount place  in the thoughts ot the public, - lb*-'  vaguo possiblliy that there may be  a pretext for continental v intervention  is disturbing official and private observers. The government's undevia.1-  ing purpose to enforce strict rights of  search has been sent forth in delai!  ed instiuctions, despatched yesterday  by the admiral of tihe British nav;  to naval commanders in' South At A  can' waters, giving them weigt-.:  warnings, without exception, to us  hold the government's measure-s foi  the suppression of tlie, importation o.  contraband-'by  way  of  Delagoa 3>ai-  Tho Daily Mail has the followin-  despatch from Ren6bnrg, dated January 4: "Some Free' Staters sent it  a petition to President Steyn, asking  to return to their homes. He replied  that they had crossed the border  without permission, and as they had  no money to pay the damage they  must pay for .it with their blood."   o   FATAL' ACCIDENT  ANOTHER ISLAND FOR THE-tJ. s.  Ottawa.Jan. 5.���������-Julian Schink and  Jos. Laudriau, living at Eastman  Springs, were killoel while crossing  the .Canadian Pacific track last evening. ' Thoir ' rig was run into by a  passing train. Schink was 70 yeare  old and Laudriau 54.  ���������SATISFACTORY INTERVIEW  PAINS TAKEN  'By the Boers to Conceal their Losses  in Recent Battles.  Now York, Jan. 5.���������A Kimberley  'despatch dated Docr:iij,'"sa������t!. Pains  ������������������aro being takon by tho Boors to oon-  ���������ceal their losaes in the rocont battles.  Boshof is full of wounded mon and  ���������at Jacobsdal thoro aro least 250. There  Is a field hospital containing another  100 attached to tho camp at Olilant*  Bzam.   -o   THE GERMANS  "Land     Thoir Contraband   of   ,.ar at  Naples  Rome, Jan. 0.���������-Tho Gorman steam  'er Krnniberu, with Dutch and Hub  .shin rod cross dctiiohnicnts for the  T-rnnsvanl on board, discharged a  'O/iantlty of her cargo at Ntiplns yesterday ns It was contraband of war.  Tho Kran/.b irg belongs to thc'Bnnu*  -company as the Bunuosralh and Geu-  ���������oral.  Washington, D. C, Jan, 6���������Secretary  Hay has received a cablegram front  Ambassador 'Choateri, at London,  stating that ho had a:n eminently satisfactory interview yesterday with  Lord Salisbury relative to the seizure  of American goods by the British warships. Lord Salisbury listened intently to the representations on this subject mudo by Ambassador Choate, by  the direction of the state department,  and took them under consideration,  .promising voluntarily to give tho  -matter Immediate ittttentlon, and to  return sPccdlly a decision.  HEAVY FIRING  Is Proceeding at Ladysmith and  Colenso.  London, Jan. C.���������A'despatch to th?  Daily Telegraph from Frere Camp,  dated .Friday, January 6,-says: There  has been firing today at Ladysmith  and Colenso.", A strong cavalry re-  connalsancc. under Lord. DundonaW  proceeded westward this, morning toward .Springfield, .where the .firing is  proceeding. There is a revival ot the  report that tho Boers, are short r.C  provisions. General Bailer's army is  eager for advance.'  ���������L-1    \    \  GREAT BRITAIN'S "���������..  Washington, Jan. 6.���������The United  States navy has taken possession of  another island in the East. The island  is called Sibtum island, and lies at  the southern angle of the boundary  line of the Quadrangle enclosing the  Philippine group.  RISE IN THE PRICE OF BEEF  London, Jan. 6.���������Owing to the use of  trans-Atlantic liners as transports,  butchers have the utmost difficulty In  procuring supplies and are advancing  prices two pence to three pence Per  pound.  DESERTED FROM BRITISH ARM*  Sioux Falls, S. D., Jan 2.���������The struggle for the estate left by John Mc'Jlel-  Un, the wealthy Sioux Falls pioneer,  who was killed here Aujiust 2nd last,  by being caught and crushed to death  In an elevator, while going to his  bachelor quarters in one of the ljttsi-  ,-iesB blocks, is still In progress betore  Judge Wilkes, and the hcai*in*> will  probably not be concluded before we  ���������ind of this week or the beginning of  next. That McClellan was desirous of  .���������oncealing some episode in his earoc-r  previous to his cominc to Dakota had  ���������ilways been the belief ot those who  .vere intimately acquainted with him  .-���������ere, his marked aversion to bis wiling about his relatives giving rise to  he ImPresslon. Now, however, itfter  note than 40 years, the secret of his  ife has been revealed. He was a  leserter from the British army, and  feared that death would be his punishment m the event that he was apprehended. This incident in the life  jf the deceased was told by Thomas  .VlcClellan, who claims to be a'brother  ->t John McClellan, and is now here as  one of the claimants to his estate.  THE POLICE CONTINGENT  The  Members  of  E.  Division  Chosen  to Go to South Africa.  The following are the non-commis-  jioned officers and men or the E. division who have been chosen to accompany the Canadian contingent to  South  Africa*.  Staff Sergt. M. H. E. Hayne.  Staff  Sergt.   G.  S.   Stevenson.  Sergt. E. Hilliarn.  Corp. G. O'Kelly.  Corp. W. H.   Napier.   .  Corp. A. H. Charles.  Const. D. McCullough.  Const. W. T.  Sheppard.  Coifst. T. P. M. SoPer.  Const. A- Aspinall.  ,   Const.  I-I.  Lett.  Const. C. P. Ermatinger.  Const. C. Ayres.  Const. W. H. R. Biscoe.  OFT IN THE STILLY NIGHT  ��������� ERRIBLE   STATE   OF   AFFAIRS   IN  HAMILTON.  The Troubles of a  Sorrowing   Young  *    . Wife.  The feminine world of Hamilton has  been shaken from centre to foundation, says the Hamilton Spectator,  and all because of oiie poor son of  Adam, who Is afflicted with a propensity to snore. Poor fellow! He .has  Oeen discussed at every social club of  which his wife is a member, and, indeed, lie has not escaped the prayerful consideration of the home and foreign missionary society. A sorrowing  young wife complained to her sisurs  in confidence that her life's happitit-ss  ivas being wrecked, and that for many  ���������one and weary nights her eyeg had  aot known , siumber. Her husband  anorud in his sleep, and he was so  Perverse in nature that he denmd  the soft impeachment, and even hurled back at her the baseless charge  that it was her own nasal bugle that  mounded "lights out." AH the ro-  mancc. all  the  poetry, _all  the    high  Reply to Germany Is Expected in a-  Few Days.  Berlin, Jan. 6.���������The seizure of the  Rundcsralh remains the dominant topic of tho German press. A, prominent  official of the German foreign olTice,  who was interviewed lest evening by ������.  coi respondent' of the Associated Press,  said that.Great Britain hod not yot  answered Germany's request for the  explanation of the seizure, but that  the reply was expected in the course  of a few days. Tho foreign onlco,  according to this official, has not yet,  concluded that Great Britain Is trying to ride rough shod over Germany.  On being nsked what Germany should  do provided it turned out that the  Iluiidesratli was carrying contrabni.id  he gave a non-committal reply, but  conveyed the Impression that sUe'n n  discovery would seriously damage  Uormany'* cane.  ideals of life were knocked into a  cocked hat by the astounding charge-  made by her husband. Oh, the brute  She had Kono to the altar a Pure,  uweet, soulful creature, with summer  In her heart and' her eyes lull of  tZxeams and beautiful pictures of married life; and, now, alas! when too late  shtf was awakened to the horrible fact  that her husband was a victim to the  vile habit of snoring. And the worst  of it was that when he came home  into from the lodge ho would snore the  loudedt and mutter in his sleep about  "kittles" and "Jackpots," "full-houses"  and "straights," till sho becmiio alarmed  lent  he  was losing  his  mind.  What agonies she passed through  before iinuliy making up her mind to  lay her grlevunce before her female  friends can be better Imagined thun  described. When patent , clotiieapinn  n.id wet towels, and violent nudSes In  the \\ba failed to cheek ��������� tho baleful  sound, no doubt she thought, us all  young wives do, ot returning to the  home of her childhood and pouring out  her sorrows on the maternal bosom.  Pathetically she looked into the long,  long years of matrimonial life befote  her and in fancy saw herself saddeiiLd  and .soured by the sonorous snored of  tlie man whom her girlish fancy  painted as the possesor of angelic  qualities. When sweet little cherubs  would come to bless their home, how  would it be possible to hush them  to sleep when the paternal nasal bugle  would be sounding loud "enough to  blow down the walls of Jericho. . She  pleaded with her husband, with tears  In her eyes, to shake off the soul dei-  t.'oying habit and to lead a now life;  ar. d her grief, when he would not  listen to her prayers, musi. have be<*n  hear trending.  As a', last resort she flow to the W.  C. T. I.T-, to the missionary tea meetings, ami to the membeis of the Spinning WluVl Bicycle Club, and now she  I.-. happy I'ti possession or an untold  number of recipes, warranted to make  her married life pass like a blissful  dream. The'president of the W. C.  T. V. told her that It would not be  necessary to chop her husband's hoad  off to keep him from snoring. She  ���������iLcornpIlshcri the desired result by  having him sleep In the bath room  with his head under tho tap. < hie  charming young lady In tho missionary society said ii ������he bar] a husband  THE ROSSLAND OF THE LARDEAU  evelstoke Herald  Lk etl 1flc\ &&\T1 *s ^e r'c^lest fining district in British  .U.C41 U-wGi-U- Columbia  TZ/>-Mr*T*c>r\+^ Is right    in the   heart   of   Lardeau'a  ^erguson rchest ^^s  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  Is the leading newspaper of  the great mining district* of  West Kootenay. It gives all  the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  ia authentic, reliable and read  able) articles from unqnestion-  able information. It enjoys  a large circulation and is. consequently unequalled as an  advertising medium iin the !  field in which it is publishod.    ;  StariprJon $2.00 Per HnnUm  |l,2S For Six Montis;  StriGtlu in Rtanee.  It takes a foremost place in  the race for prominence and  popularity with business  houses and as a consequence  does more business - with  those requiring printed stationery and office supplies thaa  any other printing   establish  ment in Eastern British Columbia. ��������� The class of .work  turned out has been pronounced equal to any thing of the  kind executed in the large  cities by ������ueh larger print-  eriec.  Job Printing Department  Is equipped with the latest  ' faces in type designs and all  work entrusted to The Herald  is handled by exprlenced  workmen -who thoroughly understand the proper use of the  material at their disposal.  The Herald does not claim to  bo the only printing house in  the district but it does claim  tob*  Thoroughly Up-To-Date In  Every Particular  .  . *.     And to a. position. to_ give as  pies   of printing.     All   work  good value for the money ex-  ponded, either for advertising  spaco in its publication or  for job printing, as can be  given b~y any other houso of  tho kind in British Columbia  Write for estimates and sam-  turned out promptly and7sat~  isfactorily. Ono price to all.  No job can bo too large, or  too small for The Herald's  consideration. Special attention given   to orders by mail.  Row is the Time to Invest in  Ferguson Real  Estate  And Here are the Reasons Why  You  Should Get in en tlie  Ground Floor of this Rising Mining Camp  Fi*St  is in t he heart of the mines and so  situated that it will always be the  outfitting point for all the big shippers.  A glance at a map of the district will  convince the most skeptical of this  fact.  Second  Th9   miners  and  mine   owners   will  u ake their hindquBUCitat Ferguson.  Third  Next year Ferguson will have two  railways, namely the Lardo Duncan  and the C.P.R. Both lines have been  surveyed i uto the town, and tho Lardo  Duncan are right now clearing the  land for their new road and workshops, sideways etc.  Fourt  The Silver Cup,-. Sutiihine, Nettie L,  Towser, True l-'iseme, Bad Shot  Broa ��������� view, Old Saaoma, Silver Queen  Silv er Belt The Horn Ledge Group  Big Five Waguer, Abbott, Holy  Moses Empire and other well know n  properties are tributory to Ferguson  and arc all within h radius of 10 miles  of the townsite.  fiova  is   the   Golden    Opportunity  Nextgsumnier may be too late to get in at  ground floor prices.   Advice���������Act prompt-  iy   Ferguson .       .  Is absolutely without a rival in the Lar-  dean. 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 early days of ltossland.  Why Not You .  ���������������������������-���������----=���������:^=���������-���������Lots--8elliug-now-at-from-Sl50-tOi8250���������  Choice Cornets.  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS : Wednesdays and Saturdays.  &&$i$igi$i$i$i$i$i&&&  who snored (and sho . is prayerfully  waiting for Jack to'propose) that she  would dose him with ollvo oil and  mustard���������six drops of olive oil with as  much mustard as would cover a five  cont pleco Is warranted to euro the  worst snorcr in Hamilton, Tho ladies  of the Spinning Wheel Blcyclo club,  many of whom are the victlmB of  snoring husbands, have set thoir heads  together to work out some scheme of  salvation for themselves and their  suffering sisters.  All of this Information should be  scattered far and wldc.that the blighting Influence may be removed from  our ambitious city and ithe snore of  the enoror be no lonner heard at the  midnight hour. The SpoctaLor,  because it Is the great family journal  of Hamilton, approaches this subject  with caution. In vitfw of tha fact that  the average.man will Indulge in all  tho good thlngG that go to make the  Christmas dinner; for. then the snoicr  will bo aiore likely than over to blow  a. rogular hurricane on his nasal organ during tho silent watches of the  night. BanOmaotor Robinson would  win everlasting farao and fortune if  ho could only gather the snorors of  Hamilton together and key thoir nasal  bugles up to tho proper concert pitch,  and at ono of his concerts have them  render Oft In the Stilly Night,  o-  Thore Is an end to all thlnss���������except  one's desire for new things.  The man who weds an heiress clips  coupons from the bonds of matrimony.  Some men havo the faculty of letting their friends and relatives worry  for them.  The presidential bea In a man's bonnet, seldom fills it with tile hontfy ol  happiness.' '  Al-  information can be procured on  plication  R BUKER, Local Agent,  FERGUSON TOWKSITB  Hevel8ioi^e Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Ora.  McKechnie   and   Jeffi  The Revelstoke  i.J  Herald i**-1"* wcckiyj  Has more readers In North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers in Revel-  stoko 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.  Undertaking arid Embalming  Canadian Pacific ky.  and Soo Line.  DIRECT ROUTE  East and   West  First-class sleepers on all trains. Tourist cars pass Revelstoke daily for St..  Paul;   Tuesdays   and -Saturdays   for  Toronto; Thursdays i'or Montreal  .and Boston,  Enit  S:00...  DAILY TRAINS  ...leave���������Rcvetoloko���������arrive...,  ..arrive " leave   Wesl  ...lMl  ...17*90  To and from Kootenay Point*  8:10 lcivc���������RcTclstoke���������arrive it-.u.  Ticketslisbued and Baggage Checked  Through to Destination..  Cheap Rates to the Old Country  R. Howson & Co,,  MACKEXzrC  AVB.  Kelail Dealers In Fut-,1   r ������  Got full particulars apply an to time  rates, and for copies of V. P. B. publications address nearest local agant or  T. W. BRADSHAW;  Agent. Rcvelstokv^  W, F. Andkhson, Nelson. TrareHiBjt  P������,Eenger Agent,  E. J.!Om*ue,VA6BihUnt-, General Pas  ranger Agent Vancouver, B  .-ft***" Don't Suffer  With  Cold Feet  At Night  But sat a good Hot Water Bottle.  ���������We have them, all sizes and prices,  ran-jlnB from 81.00 to 83.25 each.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD.  f-^-Mdil orders   Immediately   attended  to.  CHAS. R. McDOXALD, Manager.  Mckenzie ave., revelstoke station.  EIRTHS.  RichesJ���������On the 9th inst., to Mr.  Mrs. Riches a son.  LOCAL AND GENERAL   NEW!  Another bachelors ball is announce*  for the 19th.  Chief Bain is well enough to be ou!  atruin to-day.  ���������Order " Licht nf the World" at  once; this week only.  The C. P. R. railway bridge across-  the Columbia here is to be roofed in  as a protective measure.  The new rink is begir.ing to take  shape. Three of the spans are in place  mid connected together,  \V. B. Pool returned from Ferguson  on Monday night and reports everything looking very favorable at the  Nettie L.   ���������  J. D. Pi-entire, M. P. P., voted with  the government and thus the Sernlin  government is able to hold onto ofllce  for the time being.  A pleasant surprise party visited the  home of H. J. Varnes and Mrs.  Varnes on Thursday night lust, and a  very pleasant evening was spent by  25 couples.  Any person, who is on the assessment roll lint whose name does not  appear on the voters, list can vote tomorrow by taking a declaration before  the returning officer.  The demand for the Ferguson edition  of the Revelstoke. Herald has been  great, letters being received daily at  the office from points in Eastern Uan-  daa and the United States for copies  of the edition.  Dr. Paget announced last Sunday  that the bishop of the diocese has  named P-tlrn Smiday, April 8. as the  date of his visitiatinn of St. Peter's. He  will administer the rite of c'onflrnia-  t.ion on that date.  X  The annual general meeting of the  hoard of trade will he held in the  boHvd'rooni on Tuesday the ICth at 8  o'clock in the evening. A full attendance is requested.  The Kootenay teachers convention  . for 1900, which was to have heen held  in Rossland early this month has heen  postponed until April and will be held  at the same time as the provincial  teachers' association is in session at  Victoria.  Mayor McCarty is railing a public  meeting tonight at S o'clock in tlie  opera house to discuss various matters  of interest in connection with the  business nf the city. He has invited  Mr. A. N. Smith and his friends to he  present.  The fire alarm system has been  installed as far as the Front street  tire hall is concerned and has heen  . inspected by the council. It works  very well, hut the gong will not give  enough of an iilarm inside the building where it is nt present, and should  be placed under the roof outside to be  of any use.  No despatches have arrived from  the east today nor are likely to, as a  snnwslide has occurred at some point,  exactly where cannot be ascertained,  and the wires are down. A despatch  received from the west this morning  ���������������������������Fhows-that^no^new.s^fTOtn^Njvt-jA^Jias^  A,  OtiJszh Art-nd-4&JLju  0-r\/  Cat&czdts  NOTE AND COMMENT  Whatever opinion may be held  ibout the balance of the proceedings  it the very remarkable opening day  >f the session of 1000 of our provincial  parliament, one note at all events was  struck which will meet with a cordial  responsi' from every loyal British  Columbian. At the opening of his  speech the Lieutenant-Governor referred in glowing terms to the outburst of Imperial patriotism which  the present war has evoked in every  portion of the Empire and further  transmitted a note, for the consideration of the house proposing that  British Columbia otter a company of  mounted men with transportation to  the point of embarkation for service  with the Canadian contingent in the  Transvaal. This message was put in  the form of a motion hy the premier  and seconded by the leader of the  opposition and carried unanimously.  This is the first offer of the kind made  by any province and in making it  British Columbia has set an example  to her sister provinces, which is likely  to he followed. The Dominion authorities, though they have done  excellent work in organizing the two  Canadian contingents, are likely to  find the enthusiasm of the province  outstrip their somewhat limited ideas  of the duty of the Dominion in this  great struggle for empire.  Election Notice.  "m LEADING STORED  TO THE ELKCTOItS OF WAKD T\VO[  Having been requested by a largo number of j  the ratepayers to stand lor re-election as alder-1  man for Waril Two, I solicit a renewal of your |  confidence    and    am   prepared to awull tlie  decision ol the electors on my pant record.    I  shall lake any early opportunity to explain my  platform to you.  1 T. J. GRAHAM.  Telephone 36,  P.O. Box 86.  Vegetables  Fruits  Produce   :AT:  Savag-e Bros.  Second Street.  A Full and Complete Line.  All Purchases delivered free ol Charge.  Fresh supply of fish every morning.  We Are  Stock Takin  And Are Offering Some Wonderful Bargains in Every Department.  WANTED.  By a lady, bachelors' mending to do  ges moderate,   Apply at Hii'Ai d ofllce.  .Char-  uipi  Dry Goods  Carpets  Blankets  Clothing  Hats and Caps  Mens  Furnishings  Etc.  JAMES GILL a CO.,  The Taylor Block,  McKenzie  Avenue.  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery  hp<?n published by the War office since  Sunday. It senilis to bo a reasonable  opinion that a big battle in raffing  round Ladysmith in ' which both  "White and Buller are engaged.  Mr. Rtis=ell, 'of tho C. P. R. Land  Department,'-Winnipeg, .-who was in  town last wi-elc in connection with the  court of revision left for home on  Tuesday morning.'... Speaking to a  Hkkald man he intimated that the  fompinv might probably appeal  against the over n^yesunent of .their  tinfui'vevert land within the corporation, as $500 per acre was too high.  Whether they will or not will depends  on tlie opinion of thi-ir lawyers in  Montreal. 10 whom the matter Will lie  submitted. ���������  Thirty-two authors, ten   illustrators  and eight photographic artists contribute tf> ihe excellent  January issue  of  The l^adies,   Home   Journal.   Among  th" special  features  are   "The  Honie-  Coming of the Nakannies." by   W.  A.  Fraser:   "The    Boer   Girl    of   South  Africa."    hy     Howard     (.!..  Hillegas;  "Where the New Century Will Really  B>*gin,"   hy   John    Ritchie,     Jr.: "A  Merry   Wi-uiHti's   Letters   to a  Quiet  Poet." edited  by  S. T. Pickard;c "The  Mother of the  Stars,"  by   Amelia  II.  Il-il'-fnrri; "A  National   Crime  at  the  feet of American Parents, by Edward  Bolf: "Tlie Minister and   the  Organ,"  by Ian Miicliiren:  "The Itche-u-sal of 11  .Pliiy.": Molly Donahue's Musicale,   by  the imth<-r  of  "Mr*.   Doole.y":   "Edith  ���������ind I in Pin-is," "Her Boston   Experiences."     *'The   Autobiography   of a  Girl. etc.   By   the   Curtis  Publishing  Company, Philadelphia.  Among the unexpended items in the  public accounts for this year the sum  of ,$3918.23 figures opposite the item of  Road���������Revelstoke to canyon of Columbia river. This is the amount which  should have been spent on the completion of the canyon wagon road and  which owing to Mr. Kellie's efforts  was not spent. It wns not spent because Mr. Kellie professed to think  that it would be better for the. district  if the amount was utilized to build  trails in the Big Bend. He persuaded  a number of people in town to vote  against havingthnt money put into the  completion of the wagon road on this  very plea. He, pledged himself that if  the wagon road was not completed  this money should he spent on building and .extending -trails in the. Big  Bend district. He told the board of  trade that he had received a distinct  promise from Mr. Cotton that if this  appropriation was not expended on  completing the wagon road it, should  be expended on the trails. It is impossible to get at the facts of the case  from the public works report, whether  this was done or not. But considering  to what an extent Mr. Kellie has  pledged hoth himself and the government, which he supports, that it  should bedone, it seems to the Herald  that it would be now in order for him  to make :i statement throwing some  light on the matter. The columns of  the IIf.ka.ld are always open to Mr.  Kellie whenever lie. wishes to give his  constituents any information on this  subject.  Epworth League  Programme,  Jan. 8.���������Evangelistic Service ��������� Kesponsibilitv   A. SCI.LIVaS  Jan. 15.���������EvaiiKcliftioService���������Seekine;the Lost   F. RUKEll  Jan. 22.���������Evangelistic   Service.���������The   Need   nf  Preparation H. I.. LOVER ING  Jan. 29.���������Evangelistic Service���������The Worthlcs-  ^_ ness of Worldly Excuses���������W. SAVAGE  ~Feb7~5:=CdHsecralioii Service���������The Unfruitful  Life.���������(Luke 13-8) R. IIOWSON  Feb. 12.���������Gospel Service of Pone   ..    ..  .In Chariie of LertKUe Quartette  Feb. 19.���������Our Duties as Citizens..;    R.IM'ETTIPIECE  Feb. 26.���������Great Reformers \. SULLIVAN  March.**,   CoiiM-cratlon   Service���������Led  by Mrs.  Jns. Mc.Mahon.  "   12.���������Temperance Meeting���������Led by Mrs.  Thompson.  "   19.���������The Great Commission���������Mi-sinnarv  Address    F.UUKEft  ". 26.- Social Evening.  OFFICERS:  A. Sullivan. President.  H. L. I.overing, 1st nce-1'resldent.  W. Hewn, 2nd Vlco-1'residi'nt.  Mrs. 11, L. I.overing. strd Vice-President.  Miss A. Smith, Ith Vice-President.  F. linker, Treasurer.  Miss 11. Sawyur, .-,'cretn.ry.  Winter Goods  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  ���������  Daily���������  _W. M, Lawrence  I Hardware.  Tinware.  Stoves.  Guy Barber.  Watchmaker  and  Jeweller.  McKenzie Ave.  Repair Department in charge of R. N. Doyle,���������a specialist.  John D. Sibbald  Sole Agent  For the Revelstoke'  C.P.K. Townsite  Draying and Express  ^-  : Having   bought  out   D.   Henderson's  : <Iraying  and  express  business I   am  : ]irej>ar������:d to do all kinds of work in my  : line upon hhortest notice.  Moving Household Effects a Specialty.   F. W. McGregor.  Telephone J. Savage & Co.  Aeent for the  Celebrated   Morris Piano.  A. McLean  ������������������DEALER IX:���������  Men's Women's and Children's Boots,  Shoes.  Rubbers, Overshoes,  and Fancy Slippers.  Mer,  s  rurmsmngs.  Hats and Caps,  Ready-Made Clothing.  Gloves and Mits..  ..Columbian College.  New Westminster, B. C.  Thorough and Competent Staff:  TO THE ELECTORS  Ladies and Gentlemen:���������I nm  a^uiti iii tlio flolil nt tho hiilicil-ition of  11 ntiinlier of friend*, us 11 (-.-imliil.ito  for tlie m.-tyor-ilty, nml beg lo .solicit  your vote unci interest.  P. McCarty.  ~~       TO THE ELECTORS  Ladies and Gentlemen :���������TTavinpr  at tlie reqiMjst of a rmmlirr of toy  friends dpciduri to ���������icrppt, 11 nouiiimtinn  for the mayoralty, \ lien to solicit your  vote and intorcnt.  A. N. Smith.  j    OUR 5PECIALT  IS ;  * Children'*! Ironclad School Shoe*. '  :    I.a-lio.'    Kid   Rnd    .-(-.tin   Kllpprr'���������all -  : color*. '  I    Men's Fancy Leather and Plush Slippers :  * ((TiriKn Kelt Slipper*.. :  * Tlsror Itrand Tallor-Mado Clothing. :  Tier rtraml I'nderM-car for Men.  \   Currl'*-'! Tl".  GIVE US A CALL.  Kamloops Store, Revelstoke Store.  Rev. W. J. Sipprell, B. A., B. D.. Principal.  Prof. R; W. Suter, B. A.. Registrar.  Miss S. E. Springer, Lady Principal.  Mrs. W. J. Sipprell.  Mrs. Rev. J. F. Betts.  The only Institution in the Province affording all the advantages of a liberal  education" to Indies and gentlemen, with rates for board and tuition within  reach of all. Students are under the care of experienced and specially qualified  Instructors. The curriculum embraces all departments ol a full College course.  Students prepared for Teacher's Certificates of all grades. Matriculation and  Arts, a full course in the latter.  Degree** and Diplomas granted.  Musical and Commercial courses, nlso Mining and Assaying.*  Physical Culture���������Special attention given to backward students.   Strict supcr-  ���������visi>in-olncrve4s���������Beautiful situation Satisfaction.assured. .__ .' . .  Full course In Theology.   Special attention given to Hebrew and Biblical Greek.  Students prepared for a full University course.  ������*a"-Spr!m; term begins January 8th, 1900.  Terms:���������Board, Jin.iX) a month.     Tuition, *4 00.     All fees payable In advance.  Music andCotnmercial Branches each $4.00 a month.  Jjuin.  Greek,   French,   German,   Hebrew,   Science,   and   all English branches.  Shorthand,   Typewriting   and Book-keeping  taught   by best modern methods.  For further information apply to-  Next P. O.  McCarty's Block   --������-  Rev. W. J. Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,  Principal.  Women's  and Children's  Wool  and Cashmere   Hose   #<&���������'&  Women's and Children's Health  Brand   Underwear     <&     #    <������  Now on hand at my storo on MoKonzie Ave.  >Ao Ko LAWi������i  Porridge  Stuffs  A Special Assortment  Just Received.  A. N .~SMITH  Baker, Grocer and Confectioner.  Red Rose Degree meets second aim fourth  Prldavs of each month; White Rose Dogreo  meets flrstFriday of each momh.ln Oddfellows'  Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  H. VARNKS, T. E. h. TAYLOR,  Secretary. President.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1650*.  .HoKular ineetlngR aro held in the  Oddlollowli Hall on tho Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  W.G. IHRNEY, W.M.  Court  Mt. Begbie-  I. O. F��������� No. 3461-  Meets In tho Oddfellows'Hall,on tliRHct'omt  and fourth Mondavs of  each incmtli. VlsHlnir  brcthren Invited to at-  tond.  K.D.J.C. JOHNSON, C. \V, MITCHELL,  Olilnf Hunger. Itcc.-Scc.  \J*    J*  ���������]~t, ���������i'*t*i'*t*l'*i**i''t'*l'*t*l**l**I'4'*t'*t>i"l"l"l'4"l'*t*'l'  t %  *  *  ���������t  *  *  *  .     **  Stationer  and  Tobacconist  New-  School Books  Slate and Lead Pencils  Pencil Boxes  All School Supplies  Federal Labor Union No. 804&  Trade and. Labor Assembly."  Meets   llrst  ami   third   Mondays   in   every  month at Labor Hall. Tapping's Theatre.  Executive Committee.���������President, 8am Needham; D. Stamper, Kecordlng Sscretnryi   Oscar  Strauss, Vice-President;  T. J. Graham, Treasurer; John Samson, Secretary.  1 ��������� ',  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that an application  will be made to tho Legislatlvs Assomblyof tho  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 llncx within  nnd throughout tho  Province of British Columbia, and to construct, erect, and maintain  such and so many poles and other works and  devices as tlie Company deem  necessary for  making, completing, supporting, using, working, operating and maintaining the system ot  communication by  telephone and telegraph,  and to open or break up any part or parts of  the said highways or street) as often as the-  sald Company, its agents, oflleers or workmen  think-proper,   and  for  the  purposes of the  undertaking.to purchase, acquire or lease, and  hold and sell and-dispose of lands, buildings  or tenemonts within the limits aforesaid, and  to purchase or lease, for any term of years, any  telephone or telegraph   lino established, or to  be established, in British Columbia, connected  or to be connected with the lino which tho  Company may construct, and   to amalgamate-  with or lease its line or lines, or any portion  or portions thereof, to anv company possessing, as  proprietor, any  liiie of telephone or  telegraph  communication  connecting, or to  bo connected, with the said Company's line or  lines, and to borrow moncv for the purposes  of the Company, and to pledge or mortgage  any of the Company's assets for that purpose,  and to receive bonuses or  privileges from any  porsou or body corporate, and with all other  usual, necessary and incidental rights, powers  or privileges as may bo necessary or incidental  to tho attainment of the above objects, or any  of them.  Dated this 15th day of December, 1899.  J. It. BROWN,  102-10 Solicitor for the Applicants.  ...FIELD & BEWS...  Bachelors of Pharmacy.  Next Savage Bros. Night Bell.  Start a  Bank Account!  und stscivru your CLOTHES frjiin  our up-lci-ilnte. r.uiloriiijj* em'xivium.  We Riiiirantt'tt yon *i perfect/"fit;  the hi'St qiiiility. of fronds on the  market, latest fashions, and wci'll  tro easy on your bank' account.  We irive you fit. finish anil quality  and the work is not done in eastern sweat-shops. ���������  R. S. WILSON  Anthracite Coal...  wniw        For Furnace or Stove Use.  Price per ton for Stove Coal delivered from Cars���������$9.00  " "        Furnace Coal delivered from Cars���������$8.50  Cash Must Accommpany Orders.  ���������*fr'fc'*t't'fr'fr'fc*'i''t'M-'i''i''fr'fc*fr't'M'*fr'i'*^  4������  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thirty  days after date I intend to apply to tho Chief  Commissioner of Lands apd Works for a license  to cut and carry away timber from the following described lands "situated on Peep Creek,  in'thc southern part ot t'alciia Hay, and about  six miles from Arrowhead. IJ. c, district of  West Kootenay, commencing at a post marked  S. O. C. N. W. Cor., near the mouth of Deep*  Crock, and thence running south 125 chains*:,  thence east 8u chains; thence north 1*25 chains;  thence west SO chains to place of bcglnniiitfr  eontnining 1.00U acres more or less.  ���������November 27th, 1809.  S. O. CHURCH.  . ,    .  ���������   NOTICE.   .  NOTICE IS TIKKKBY GIVEN* that thirty  days after date I intend to unply to tlie Chief '  Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a license  to cut and carry awuy timber from the following described lands situated on .Deep Creek,  in the southern part of Galena Hay and about  seven and onc-hnlf miles from Arrowhead,  U. C. in tlie district of West Kootetiav. corn-  nienciug at a post marked T. II. 11., "N.-NV. Cor.,  about'10 chains west of Deep Creek, and l'Jo  chainsfrom itsuiouth; thence south l'J.lchulns;  thence oastSO chains; thence north 1115 chains;  thence west 80 chains, to point of beginning,  containing 1,000 acres more or less. .   .  November-7th, 1809,  T. II.DnCEW.  That's onr Specialty. M'c also earn* a H"  line of Watches, Silverware. Gold a'nd v  Silver Novelties; all kinds of Jewelry. ���������?���������  I KM. ALLUM, I  "f" The Loading ������  T     ' Watchmaker and Jowcler. ���������    Jj,  ^,   First Street, next door to Hehai.d olllce. ������{.  * ��������� ��������� .    *  Crage & Mayne  Agents,,  Smelter  Townsite  .Revclsfoke.  ++*+++++-H-*+++++++++**H-l*+++  + 1  Bolted Rumors.  Gen. French is still in the vicinity of  Colesburj-f. It is reported 'that the  Suffolk regiment got into a hot fire  and bolted, 30 being killed and 50 captured by. the Boers. The Essex regi-  ment lias been sent to replace them.  A rumor, which up to a lute hour  remains unconfirmed, slates thai.  BdIIci* haB'frossed the Tugela river  ������nd captured 12 guns and is now on  tSe road to Ladysmith.  Agents Wanted.  For"STOHY OI*' SOUTH AFRIflA" by John  Clark Kidpath, L.L.Ij., l-'.dward H. KIIN, M.A.,  J. A. Cooper, Managing Kditnrof the Canadian  Magazine," Toronto, arid .f. H. Aiken, of London. Out, who liai returned this weel* from 12  years'travelling iu South Africa for us. We  are the only ('nntidlun I'ublMii'r1* who have  had a hranch in .-outh Afriei for nineteen  years.giving us nn Iriimcuve iidvantsgc In procuring photoeraphs nnd material. Our millmr-  shif, letterpress and ongrfivlng1* sre superior,  and Canadian Contingents licticr Illustrated  than in any rival work, .-o sure nrc we of this  that we. will Tnnll free for comparison- our  prospectus to anyone possessing n rival prospectus. Circulars and terms free. Apply,  World Publishing Company, Gnolpli, Ontario.  (Semi-Weekly)  Has. more readers in North Kootenay  than any other paper; has more  advertisers In Itcvclslokc than any  other paper: docs more Jnt> printing  In the city than any other paper ; it's  news is more spicy and up.to-datc;  it's Influence Is greater; Its advertising rates are lowest���������circulation considered; lis subscription rate Is only  $2.00 per an nu in; it coders the field  Try It and bo with the crowd.  vyrite to   Revelstoke Herald,  Revelstoke B.C.  Clean  Linen  is   indispensable   to  well   dressed   man.  are      up-to-date     in  the  We  our  ������ methods and make your jl.  * linen look like new %  % Your collars are shaped %  % properly and your shirts %  % fit your neck with com-  f fort. We want your  % work. Satisfaction guar-  % anteed. Business office :  % Two doors eabt Molsons  % Bank.  %   I  j*               No CblneBo Employed. x  %  ��������� *  | Surprise Steam Laundry i  X K. (inker. Proprietor. X  ***���������������**********���������****���������'���������*������������������������������������������  F. McCarty, Revelstoke. B,C.  Agents   Phoenix, Western, British American, London Si Liverpool, and  Globe Fire  Insurance companies,  NOTICE  Notice Is hereby (riven to purchasers of lots  in Mock ''A," Town of Kcvclstoke, otherwise  known as the "Mara Townsite Property," that  all instalments on account of purchase are to  be-paid to Joint- I). Sibbald, Mara Townsite  Agent, and to no other person.  J.A.MATtA,  NOTICE  NOTICE IR HE1U4HY GIVEN that CO davs  after date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for permission to purchase 320 acres of land sltuato  In the Vale District and llurnt Basin, marked  out and described as follows. Beginning at a  post marked Initial Post, and "W. K. Ellis'  North Kast Corner"; thence 80 chains west;  thence 40 chains south: theneo 80chains east;  thence 40 chains north, to the place of  bc-iinnlnc.   ���������  Dated this 20th dav of November; 1899.  W. E. ELLIS.  -Dissolution- of-Partnership.-  Notlce is hereby given that the partnership,  hitherto exist!iir between CM. Field and John  Bourko has been this day dissolved by mutual  consent. Outstanding dents are to bo paid In  equal proportion to both parties.  (Sgd.) CM. FIELD.  JNO. BOURKE.  Ttevclstoko, Dec. 12,1899.  Pianos and  Organs  "TUNED AND REPAIRED  The Famous Crow's Nest Coal  Leave your orders at my office on McKenxie Ave.  $7.50 a ton, Delivered from the cars.        ���������  ~~������rrr: John D. Sibbald  N'i'v-ly Built. Sardy Kurnlflhid.  Lighted by Electricity.  $loo Per Day.  The City Hotel  Robt. Cnley.  Proprietor,  nest Wlnci, Liquors and Clgarx. Headquarters for Railway Men.  LESSONS ON  THE VIOLIN...,  For Terms Etc., apply to  Jas. Taylor,  UNION HOTEL.  I   FIRE INSURANCE./,  Sj| All classes of iriHurnble covered  W at fair and equitable rates.  I   LIFE INSURANCE^  $ Policies���������non-forfcitable,  cuar-  <jt un teed values, cash loan value*,  throughout the history of the  policy. ���������  MONEY TO LOAN  ���������/>"i  SSb  on good business or residential  property.  Kcnls  Collected.  MISS STEELE.  Teacher of Music, Drawing, and Painting In  oil and water color. French, Latin, Matlio-  mntles. ^  MuslcWl cants per lesson ol ono hour. .  Pupils allowed dally practice on piano free  of charge.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven years  at  Morfa  Works,  Swansea.     17   years   Chief  Chemist  to. Wlyan Coal and Iron Co.,   Bug.  Late Chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon. '  Revelstoke, B.C.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Deer Heads,   Birds, Animals, Etc., prescrvttl  and mounted.  THIRD STUKET, EAST OFSCHOOLHOUSE  FAYETTE BUKER.  t  Larue nnd Well Lighted  Sample Rooms   Hourly St'  lielwean  Heated hy Hot Air and Blcctrlo  Bells and Light in every room  Free Tins Meets All Trains  Kcasonahle Hates   HOTEL  YIOTOHIA^  JOHN V. PI5RKS, Propbietor.  'jtV\  i(u)a In ("/nncetlon for- the Convenience of Clients  .R@*^0^������lk@,.!Bo^c  Jas. I. "Woodrow  BUTCHER  When you reach Ferguson, B.C.,  Stop at the .^^m.  Hotel Lardeau  J. Laughto***, Proprietor.  Best J2.00 a day house in the Lardeau. Best  of cuisine service.���������Finely equipped bar.���������  Choicest wines, liquors and cigars.���������Head-  quarters for miners and mining men.���������Well  lighted and heated rooms, neatly furnished  Retail Dealer in���������  ���������   Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fizh -nnd Game in Season   All orders promptly filled.  Wb  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 are  now at work with us.  ��������� y������������t������ifo^ -������ Oof&f  ��������� JF&<������Wy0   -  THOS. JLEE, Proprietor.  <*-.,  *J-I

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