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 _./  -ISST_T_3_D   TnW~IO_-3--__-"W-__3__]__C~TTJ_3S-D_____rS   _____T3_)   _J1__LI_D___-_T������  Vol. IV.    No. 13.  REVELSTOKE. B.C.. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1900.  $2.00 a Year'in Advance.  SKIRMISH AT RENSBERG  C B. HUME  &C0.  Rumored Sortie from Ladysmith  * .on Thursday Night,  ii  ROBERTS AT METHUEN'S CAMP  We are getting ready  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 are 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. ' W,e  do just what we advertise.  The Boers on the Modder River With.  . draw   Their    Heavy , Artillery   from  Magersfontein   to   Kimberley.*���������They  Are Also Bringing Guns from Mafe  -king to Kimberley and are Apparently  .Preparing a Big'Assault". ,-  Modder River, Feb. 10.���������Lord  Rolii't-ts is here ami waa received with  gre it enthusiasm by the troops.  London, Feb. 11.���������At. midnight the  wm* office issued tbe following, dated  todav, from the general commanding  ; at Capetown: Clements report-* from  Nensbetg that on Friday the Boers  tried to turn our right flunk, but wei e  I beaten off and the position maintained  The casualties were small,  A despatch from Kimberley report**  that the Boer's fighting force was  apparpntlv inc-reiised on Wednesday,  7th instant. The next-day the Boers  commenced the construction of  tienches to the last parallel to the  glacis and _.000 yards from the Premier mine.  A native reported that he accompanied !.onie Boers who left Mafeking  for Kimberley. carrying a six inch  gun and u quick firing prim. The  former opened fire on Kimberley.  Otherwise tbe situation is unchanged.  I'here CAM., Feb. 11.���������All is quiet  here. The troops are resting and the  Boers aie inactive.  D_R_A-.\ Feb. 11.���������It is rumored  here that _>etipial Joubert is marching  with -i.nliimti of 5,000 men to outflank  Gen. Buller.*  Lo.vi.-_.- Feb. 12.���������The Pietermar-  itzhurg correspondent of the Daily  Mail says: Yesterday the Boers occupied Bloy's fat in, south of the Tugela.  which is under an hour's ride from  Chievely Camp and have turned the  homestead into a hospital. There is  inch apprehension here regarding the  mm^������������������������Mf������������������09909Mf]M^������MMMMMMHMMMMM������������^^0������������^^9^f^t������i \'  DEPARTMENTAL  I We are Always on the Alert  rl-i  --1   .  W. G. R. Shirts  '     For only $1.00.  WEDNESDAYS  BARGAINS  _  At This Store  **B3mW\  Neckties  Latest Styles. Nobbiest, Patterns,  Great Reductions to clear.  Ladies'  TJndervests  Special Bargains in these.  Boots and  Shoes  Great  Bargains,  stock-taking.  to clear before  ;  Boys  Footwear  Just in,���������all sizes, all prices.  All Christmas  Goods Left  we are oftering  At Cost  Special Sale  "ofCroekery  We have decided to rantm-ae our  -Special Crockery Sale for a* few  d-ys more.     Don't fail to get one  $7.50 Dinner Sets, of 100  Best value in town.  d������ys  of our  pieces.  Cups and  Saucers  English make,* Hrst quality,  regular, size, only P8 cents  dozen." *  the  per  Fresh.  Groceries  A Carload of assorted Groceries  now being opened up. The most  complete and varied stock now  on hand ever offered by ti_.. The  latest delicacies in town.; some  of them especially inviting.  When vou feel like having some-  .thing "for a change" drop in and  bee our up-to-date Grocery litre.  Wecan satisfy Hie iiiost.f.tstidions.  Boer movements  and   the authorities  are on the alert.  '  R_-_bekg. Saturday. Feb. 10.���������The  Boers* attempted to outflank the British   here   vesti'i il.iv.    A   coiisideiabli.*  force of the" enemy were entrenched  between Retisburgaiid Slingersfontein,  30 miles away, and. by; a daring reeon-  naisance by ��������� some. Itiiskillings and 20  Australi-uis from -Slingersfontein,  the  l.ieis were* discovered  attempting  to  get their guns into position   to shell  the  British ciiuip.    The Australians  having come',into  very close contact  with-the*_ieiiiv.".took  cover  undera  hill about 8,_(X)"v*u'l8 from' the c-inip.  Thereupon -he Boers took  up a  position with a view of* preventing their  retirement  und   some   burghers   got  within 200 yards of the Atiustralians  and called   K*pnii them   to   surrender.  Thev replied  by fixin ' bayonets and  shouting defiance.   Sergeant Fdwards  and   two     men   made   a   da**h,   and.  galloping-under, a hot  fire, passed  a  nmiul-i-r ot", bills held/ by   the   Boers  They took word that Ihe Australians  weie safe and confident of  holding the  enemv at b.w and getting out of  their  dilllciiltv     lifter  dark,   which     they  eventually,   did. ,   The    Inniskilling*-  prevented   the  enemy  from   getting  their   guns   into   position.    The Australians had but "one man   killed and  thiee     wounded   during   the     whole  encounter.     Convovs  h-ivp  been   suc-  cesssnlly     gotten   to   Slingersfontein  today/the British escort having had  sevefiiI brushes with parties of from  20 to EG Boers.   Lieut.-Col. Page, with  a section of artillery and 150 horses,  got  one  large  couvoy   thtough    by  .-belling tin* t-n.-niy out of reach.    The  Boers also outflanked us on the west n  al.u-ed a gun in position in Bastard's  ek and filed on one of our outposts  which was driving off 1.000 sheep. * r"  Moddkk River, Feb. 11.���������Appar-/  ently the Boers have brought all their  big guns from Mafeking to shell  Kimberley.'"Our naval guns shelled  Magersfontein todav, hut the Boer  guns were silent" It is supposed that  the enemy -have, withdrawn theii;  art illery. as they have blown up the  permanent way bridge at ftmrion  siiiinir.-j The Boers still man their  trenches,  lint their numbers are ap-  ii.ii.*.il Iv. reduced. The. bulk, of .their  force has gone to Kimberley,  or  to-  w n< s our flink.  London, Feb.- P.���������A telegram--ie  ceived this evening from Lorenzo  Marques speaks of a sortie from Lady-  smith, on*-the night ,of ���������lThni"-dny���������' to  Friday., Such an attempt of White to  cut his way out-is -probable aud may  succeed, though tire nature of modern  weapons is against , him and/ there  would b"e a heavy loss and many  stragglers would" be cut off. The  likelihood of White.trving to light his  wav out would explain the reticence  of the war.oUice and also explain -the  demonstration irom Chievely.  London.   "Feb.   10.���������A  special   des  patch from Spearman's camp yester  day nt noon says:    Owing to the Boer  cross   fire  and   the    impossibility   of  entrenching   Vaal   Krantz."   Buller'!  forces withdrew.  The Financial News  which published this dispatch, suggest-  lhut, Buller has not actually recroBsed  the Tugela.   The Times, dealing with  the    military  situation,'.says:     " If  Buller   has  failed,   it seems unlikely  that another attempt   will  be made.'  The terrible Initial strategetic mistake  of ubauiloniiig the principal objective  for a subsidiary operation still   over-  weighs   the  campaign; but   tlie time  approaches when this baneful influence  will ceil*-   to  baffle our    " *-���������-..  Active sales necessitate constant pruning if |  | stocks are to be healthy: andfree from strag-1  ii .fflers. Wego through each Department care- ������������������  it fully and quicken the pace of every thing that g  |! tends to iag.behind; Just how new Spring Goods |  A of every sort are clamoring for ��������� room, anas  ii things that belong to Winter are being forced |  il out It a lively rate. That fact touches.many-tf j  ii the ba gains in this* list and make it decidedly 8  I interesting for those who shop with us oi* Satur-1  * day Ready with these oh Saturday morning.  soon be heatd of as to-operating with  Methuen. The latest news legaiding  Buller's operations is puzzling. It  looks row as it he never seriously  contemplated an attempt to relieve  Ladvbmith, hut is only demonstrating  to prevent the Boers diverting reinforcements to Magersfontein. Looking  lit the distance from Ladysmith to  Kimberley, a journey in which the  Boers would get little railway help for  the transpoi tn tion of their forces.  Robert, has a clear whole week's time  for striking the first blow, which will  undoubtedly put a new face on the  whole situation. This would account  for the present state of things in both  theatres of war, and the peculiarities  of tlie attacks of Monday and Tuesday  would become intelligible, for if they  had been intended as a serious movement, Buller would have been largely  reinforced, and would have pushed  the.attack with a gteat deal more  energy.  HEADQUA11TKH8 -A_IP. SplUNG-IRL-  Bridge. Feb. 0.���������The position taken  north of the Tugela river, having  proved a difficult one ti maintain, thu  regiments sent across as reinforcements went into the front line of the  trenches, but owing to the great  strength of the Boeis in the Brakfon-  tein hill, to the left, it was found impossible to advance without risking  unnecessary loss. The Boers lontin-  ned shelling the British position.  Several L-ingTom shells fell amongst  the transport train and four hurst on  Zievalt Kop, hut the Boers could not  get the range.  LADYSMITH DEATH RATE  The Fighting Power of the Gar-  -  rison Greatly Diminished  STRATHCONA'S HORSE  Boots and Shoes  50   pair  Men's Chrome Calf,  laced and   elastic  side  -boots, sizes 0J  to  10; .regular  price  $.-*._-  and  i>-3.a0.  Wednesday     ��������� ������������������ *.*.*��������� ������������������*-- ,''\  ���������25 pairs Womi'ns' Dongola" Laieil   Bitot-.,   new st^U*.  iind perfect fitting: regular price $3.   Sale, price.���������">__.*>  Wo.neh's Thick Wool-German Felt faluipers; regnl'-r  . price OOi.-.. for.:.~- ���������-���������*.������������������������������������".- - * ���������"��������� *; * *",  *:.  "Children's Fancy  Felt Slippeis,   thick  soles; regular  price 00c.    Sale price .......     ,*,*".    ..  Mis-.es"  Fancy   German  Felt Slippers,  sizes. II to2;  regular price 75c; now.. .*. "J*--  10c. Flanhellettes  for 7c. :   : ;,;  SO'in'eh. soft finish, Stripe "Flannelette., fast  , regular price 10c. a yard.   Wednesday   colours'.   7c  Clothing Reduction^ ,.  Men's Blue Black B.*'aver Cloth Overcoat's, 'good  weight. single-In Pasted, fly front, Chestei Held style,-*  velvet collari.-elling to-day for.$l-.5().. VVednesday-  -1 -    - ...'. ...-..-." ���������>"���������' ij>I U.'-U  Men's Nightshirts  Men'-*- Heavv Flanellette Nightshirts, collar altai-hed  and poi ket.'pearl buttons, double stitched seams, full  length.'all sizes; regular price $1. * Wednesday s price  . . .    _. .������ iOC  For Stylish Costumes  Our Dressmaking Parlois are at your disposal anil  for your convenience. Every attention given to your  . orders. The latest Spring Fashion plates are ready  for vonr inspection, whel her you came to buy or not.  ���������You'll be interested in seeing them.     Free to a!) who  We have a grand stock' of'fine Dress  Materials, in-  ' eluding the nicest and  newest goods .that  rasbmns  latest caprices cull for.  and  you cert.uulv  cauL.  hud  such low pricing as weniake on these stylish fabrics.  Youths $5 Suits        -  ,fbr $3.75''?':���������::.:.//'.4   \  -^Youths . Three-Piece ' Suit's,   short,  * pants,   single-  * breasted, smbue shape, brown, ;ind  dark  grey,  all  " wool  Carmdian   tweed. * It-iliun   Cloth   linings,   well  made.    Regular price $5 00; sale price :. .'J'.-Uo  35c. White Sheeting-  for 25c.  S-72 inih-Fine-Bleached Sheeting. he,ivy.-_qualil.y,_  ������ 'pure finish; regular price 35c'���������.���������Wednesday s pru  Furs and Hats  25 Ladies'  Sailor and Walking Hats,  in  Selling today jit $2 00.    Wednesday........  Greenland Seal Cnpe. 27 inches  long,  heavy  twilled  Italian Cloth linings; selling today at $2j.  Alaska S alii - Ruff. Selling today  price ��������� ������������������  Quills, 'assorted   colors;   regular  , Wednesday   mil colors.  ..$1.00  ivilled,  Saturday.  5.00  at $7. -Wednesday's   84.50 ���������  priee 10c. to 25c���������   5c-  The Smoker on Wednesday Evening,  ' A Present of ?3o Apiece.��������� The Send  \. Off "at    the    Station    oa    Saturday  Morning.  ' The smoker-in aid of the purse got  up,for'the' Revelsloke  contingent of  Strathcona's  Horse wns held in the  opera house on Friday night and was  fairly well/attended.   Ther affair was  taken in hand by the members of the  lifle company,' who looked after, the  refreshments in good style.   Captain  Taylor was in the chair, and performe_  his duties very- efficiently.   The programme"  was "more   or    less,   of ,an  impromptu  natnre,-and consisted of  songs, .-recitations,   boxing^ matches,  etc'   During the course of the evening  R: Tapping made a patriotic "address,  which was well received. ��������� The concert  lasted until well on to midnight.    The  total receipts for the. purse, rincluding  subscriptions and the proceeds of 'the  smoker; amounted to"jp3__.50. of which*  $26.50 was allotted to expenses and the  balance divided  np  into a nice little  present of $"���������- apiece for each member  of the contingent, which was handed  to them before the close of theconcert.  A large crowd of  townspeople  as-  semble,d at the station   on Saturday  morning, in spite of the snowstorm, to  bid, the boys   goodbye.   A gumd of  honor,was  furnished   by    the    lifle  company   under'Capt. Taylor.,   The  Strathconas had" a formidable ordeal  of handshaking to go tbtough before  the train pulled out, amid the cheers of  the crowd, and  they  got off  on  the.  first stage of their   long  journey' of  10,000 miles to South Africa.'  Men's Furnishings  a  Men's heavv ���������tey wool socks, soft and .warm: regular  price. 20c.  " Sale price Two Pair for 2pc  Men's Heavy Scotch ' Wool Undershirts, doubU*.-  breasted Bibbed skirt and cliffs; reguliu price $}.M.  Wednesday ...*...   $1.00  We are Sole Agents For  Men's and Boy's Suits  Men's Four-Buttoned. Single-Breasted Sncqne Suits, .  pure   all-wool   Canadian   Tweed,   brown  shades,  m  checks, Italian Cloth lining, good trimmings. size**_rf7  ;to42; sellinu todav at $12.     Now ...$0./oc  Bov's Two-Piece Suits, short pants, made of diagonal  _. 'woven Brown Canadian Tweed, good linings, all  ! l- -sizes, selling to-day at $2 00. Wednesday's pru e..$l oO  IS Boy's Reefers with Storm Collar and tab for thioiit  *   well lined; selling to-day at $5.    Wednesday... .$3,00  Ladies'  for $6  $8 Jackets  Lildie-,' Jackets, in  fancy Boucle Curl   C oth, lined  "*   best-Italian cloth,  double-breasted,  regular $8." 'Wednesday  -b *   '. \\.'. $6.00*  'throughout with  . fronts,wilh -pearl buttons;  Curtains and Draperies"  $2.00 CURTAINS FOR $1.50,  Lace Cur- ,,  white and ������������������,[  lines.  *������  $1.25 Silk Velvet  for 75c.  m vards only Rich Lvons Silk Velvet, very close pile.  Regular prite 81-25: Wednesday ������������������'������  C. B. Hume & Co.  05������'.;  ..25c  We have 50 pairs-of Swiss and  Brussels  tains. 50 inches wide, three yards long, in  Ivory,   that  are- -our .regular $1.75  and $2.50 lines.  ������  These-include several diffeieut patterns, not many of -< *  each, and  will   be   sold   at  this  special   reduction.  ,[  Wednesday morning ��������� " v1'��������� 9  Children's  $4 Coats for $2.50  A Parting Word From Our Boys.  To thc Editor of the Herald: '       ;.  Sin:"   The  members   of  Strathcona's  Horse selected.to represent Revelstoke,  desire,,through your valuable columns  to convey to the people of'Revelstoke,  our heartfelt appreciation of the very  great;*, kindness' nietY-'witli ",at ^ their  hands, and to^assure ;!tlieiri  that  the  treatment received,- 'ami 'the * splendid  send*,off,   will' alvvays''dwell -in* our  memories and- prove to. be.,11 .bright  and endonraging' recollection1,- -helping  us through'the many-difficulties which  doubtless we/shull encounter.   Atj'the  station yesterday nibrningV it gladdened our .hearts to seesuchja large turn-  -ai_^\also_t_-i"'ple'ii_"ur-*^ofrser'ing^  many faces was accompanied- with the  sorrow.of-parting.'   Our journey down  to Calgary was  one   we  shall   never  forget.   At Albert Canyon the genial  agent Mr. Edwards,   and���������his-_ri__d_.  had prepared for our coming,  photo-  THE   BOERS  ARE ADVANCING  Through Zululand Towards Natal.���������  Points South of the Tugela and We_t  - of Chieveley Occupied by Boer Commandoes.���������The Entrenchiaentsat Magersfontein of Great Strength and Well  Garrisoned.���������100 Maxims Purchased.  Kimhkbley, Feb. 12���������There was a  heavy bombard-tent yesterday and  today. The tire of the Boers big guns  ���������it Hamper- Dam was very trying. -  London. Feb. 1 _��������� Tlie Pietermaritx-  burg correspondent of the Daily Mail,  wiring yesterday says: A despatch  from &*hoive asserts that a large commando of Boer- are encamped near the  Tug_a with a large n-nmher of wagons  and 0 guns. It is rumored thnt it is*  their intention the liesiege Eshowe  probably with 11 view to fortify Insuz'r  Hill in order to prevent the British  from travelling through Zululand to1  the relief of Ladysmith.  London. Feb. 13, 4:15 -Lord Roberts  has gathered 35,000 men with whom he  purposes turning the left of the Magers  fontein* lines near Jacohsdale. entering'  lhe Free State   and  compelling Gen.  Cronje to raise the seige of Kiinberly"  and thus making his first step towards-  Bloemfontetn. ' - i  - The war office .is makiug , preparations to-continue the stream of troops  for South. Africa. Four large ship**  have ben chartered. -   --���������      '-  Details of the December death rate  in Ladysmith shows that in a population of* 14,000 whites ami 10.000 blacks  the mortality was 00 whites and 138  blacks per* 1000.   ���������Tbe infantile deatli".  rate was 671 per 1000 among the whites*  and 012 per 1000  among   the. blacks;  Euteric.. fever   still    prevails. _  The"  frightful state of things prevailing In  December cannot have improved much  if at all, since and the  fighting power**  of the garrison must have -e'en 'greatly diminished.    Meanwhile  the  bon>-������"  I -.rd'ment by the Boers has increaseil.  and there is imminent, danger of., the*,  town falling: *    }; _";"'  \It is believed* in,circles��������� close._"to .the,;, <  ���������war office that "Roberts will- move, at -  oncel   Scouts hiive _pproach"ed"witbl_'__  a * thousand   yards    ot   't_e - - Briers >  entrenchments     at-'   _l_ger_fontei_.-  They ha.ve   found   thenr. sti-ong-and  assert that'they at. used  as ��������� dwelling *���������  places.   The naval   gunners * are, co_-������  stantly   watching  the enemies'  lines  with strong glasses and they declare  that there is no appteciable diminish-*  lug of the Boer forces.  In Natal the Boer commandos south-  of   the   Tugela   occupy   Buld - farm, .  'several miles west of. Chieveley.   200-*  Boers     with   3  g_ne   are   advancing",  through Zululand towards Natal.   '        '  -  Japan agrees to let the Armstrongs-  transfer to England "four naval quick  Brers that were built for her, consenting to wait for the execution of their*  own.order until the hostilities iir South-  Africa   are   over.   Several   European  powers similarly consent as, to   guns  being" constructed by Vickers & Sons  and Maxim to enable England.to Be*"'  cure 100 maxims. ' .'    ,   ,  SHEER OF TARTE'S PAPER  Answered by   Patriotic, Message Frord  Secretary of-Vancouver Committee.---  Vancodvek. Feb. 10.���������Tbe Montreal  Star* wired- to Major Bennett/ 8_cre"-  ���������tary-of-the- rceen't-patriotic'-nieeting-,-  asking him what he had tii say'regard--  ing the statement made in La* Patrie*.  the Tartes' newspaper, to the effect  that British Columbia's agitation ��������� for  10.000 troops was the ��������� work of Tory  Bennett's reply  was  Children's  breasted.  Heavy   Beaver  Cloth   Jackets,  Regular price $4; Wednesday   donhlp-  ,...$'-.50  il Ladies' Feather Boas  ii for 25c  Siit Only, Ladies' Feather Boas; Tegular price  Wednesday only   A Cleanup in China  The odd and left over pieces of Chinawaie. The  Iii o'keii assortments of our open stock of Dinnerwiire  and other line- that, sho ild h. out of the way before  our new stock is displayed, are to bo cleared out  iriespeilive ol cost, and il must, be done within the  next, lew days. It will be no hiilf-heaiti'd attempt  on our part, and many prices will be half, and less  than half what, we have been asking. Wednesday  morning we commence this clearance bale.  actions. The  great issues of th. war will. nor. be  decided upon in Natal." Macdonald _  retirement, the Tiroes considers, is  inexplicable.  London, Feb. 10.���������London neeppts as  true the Boer's statement that Buller  has failed again. These statements  were passed by the British censor al  Aden and are read in the light or  Balfour-anuouii-i-iientin the House of  Commons that Buller' is not, nressing  his advance. Winston Churchill wire,  that Vaal Krantz was impracticable  for guns, which were needed to support a further advance. His cablegram leaves Buller on Tuesday night,  sending .1 fiesh brigade to leheve tbe  tired soldieis on Vaal Krantz. ������  London, Feb. lO.���������In the Morning  Post a special from Spencer Wilkinson  today, reviewing the military situation, says: Robeits is evidently  about to begin his campaign and there  are   sigws that   Methuen'-   force wi 1; ������ _���������_���������-.,-���������_irrir<r������**r-'_-_'3  graphs were taken, and each member  tvas presented with a liberal amount  of tobacco and cigars and with much  wisdom and forethought. Mr. Edwards, thinking, no doubt, that medical attendance would be scarce, provided us with potions labelled '-Doctors  Special" thus providing both Doctor  and medicine in one. At every station  along the line we were hailed with  cheers, to all of which we lespouded  in a truly western and hearty manner,  with the result that to day we ai-e all  very hearse and if to be judged by our  voices, the verdict would he that we  were all suffering fiom a severe attack  of pneuiiomia: We arrived at Calgary in due course and were'conducted to the .Queens Hotel where we  shall he billeted until our departure  for Ottawa which will probably be on  Tuesday night. One of our 'outfit  named J/H. Jatnes. "not or Revelstoke" has been disqualified,..tbe balance are going to the front.  We were drilled   today,   and   then  sent to the tailor to be   measured   for  our uniforms.   We hav. nothing to be  ashamed of as far as drill is concerned.  Again    chunking    the    citizens   of  Revelstoke for theii kindne.-s  We remain, yours laithfully  James Giu.  George H. Bowebs  Geohge Ey. e  A__*. SWINKBUKSE     c.  C. C. Harris  Chas. Rennie  R. J. McCU-_oggh  "  Gkaiiam Skene *  H. J. Pa. ham.  Revelstoke Detachment to Strathcona's Horse.  jingoes.     Major  as follows:  '��������� The meeting was of Vancouver's  citizens.* not the board of trade. It  was thoroughly representative of all  classes of the community, inespectivH  of. political or religious creed. The"  resolutions were the expressions of  opinion of loyal'1 subjects of Her  Majesty, who. while endoising the.  Dominion government's loyal aid to  the Imperial authorities, did not consider that, they had gone far enough.  *  "Canada has enjoyed the protection  of the Union Jack for over 130 years,  without costing her anything. Shall  we. when the Empire is threatened,  and when such a glorious oppoitunity  onVi-s. spare our ���������.011s or wealth in upholding the old flag. Vancouver's  action N endorsed from the Atlantic  to the Pacific."  '* "-*". -*-'-*i *f-* .  Revelstoke Hockey Team.  The Revelstoke Hockey team which  will repieseti- Revelstoke .it Rossland  had their last practice last night and  leave by the south train tomorrow.  The following are the uames of the.  meml _rsof the team: ,"       '- * .   Goal ft. .   W. Sawyer    Poi nt  ���������*���������_������������������   H. Sawyer '.I.   Cover Poiut   E. Edwards K. D. J. C. Johnson '   Forwards    W. Haul., right E.M. Allum. left  C. Cao and J. Merrit, spare men.  A ruse incident may be mentioned,  that of a Gordon officer who was  taken ��������� prisoner. He shamed lame-  ,n������_- and w_s allowed to remain where  he was captured, and finally he escaped*  I and rejoined his regiment.  ./  ~-\  r  ���������*_ .-���������__. x_  _______ i u., thissrW . Sy.-m''; ���*s_ _w-��ffJt*i-"ia -WM�����*i5��i_-r �����.' *-*>._ -t'
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MR.  BLAIR'S FATE
The report of the department of
railways and canals is behind hand,
like the rest of the blue books, but
the short statement of Intercolonial
-railway accounts go to show that Mr.
Blair has not made an astonishing
success of the year's business. In
general 1899 was a great year for the
railways, most of the lines showing
an increase of from 10 to 2S per cent
in gross earnings. Mr. Blair's road
gain*-'of less than live per cent when
allowance is made for tbe additional
mileage. The minister claims a revenue of $3,738,331, and an expenditure
oi 82,G7r>,CSG. showing a surplus of
|f_,C45. The actual outlay has been
over a million dollars larger than , is
represented by the above statement,
but this'$1,081,029 is called capital expenditure, and is not charged against
the year's business. Of this, however, ?G40,000 is for rolling stock.
Much o�� this plant is required to replace old cars' and engines, and
should go i:i as regular expenditure
for the year. There' is a charge of
$5,000 for iron bridges, which is also
in the' capital account. These are
bridges replacing others found too
���weak for the large engines. The
late government always charged such
improvements to thc current expenses of the year. Thero arc other
samples of this kind. but. the two
mentioned go to show that,the alleged surplus is the result of skilful
bookkeeping and not of skilful railway management. ''Tho pretended
surplus seems to cover a real deficit,
but even if it were genuine tho return? would still indicate that the
.government had lost money by the
Grand Trunk and Drummond County
deal.
,*   THE  LATE  MAJOR  CHARLEY
The late  Major John  Francis  William Charley who was fatally wounded    at  the  battle    of    Colenso,  and
who  died  soon after the engagement
-.-ill   be   known    to    many  northern
rrr.ders as the brother of Mr. "Waller
���?-_-Charley-of-Plne-I_iker*-AlherUi;
Major   Charley,   who   was   only   A"
.ears old  at the  time  of his   death,
"went    to   South   Africa      last     year
with his regiment, the old 27th  Foot
now  the  1st  battalion  Royal    Innis-
killen   Fusiliers.     He   was   the.   eldest son  and  heir of  the    late    John
Stouppe. Charley,   j.p.,     of    Country
Antrim,   Ireland,   and-    during    ^ii���
career in the army had  filled several
Important   posts.    He   hail  also  seen
���i*-Tvic-p   in   the   operations     on     thp
northwest frontier of Inula    with  the
j-'eshawar column and the    TIrah expeditionary   force.       He     had    bf-en
second  in command of the  l_t  Innis-
l:!lllng_   fcr  nearly   two  years  before
receiving     his     death        wound       at
iiif.*_a river with  the "frl.-ili  i'ris���il.
Thal   li"   met  his  death  like  a   soldier   -fluhting   for   his     Queen       ami
cour.try   will   in  some  pari  make  :i���i-
cik!-.   for   the   sorrow   and     suffering
wliic.i the announcement of his death
I::-:* caused  to his family and  friend1*.
The "Insurance Press" calls nitcn-
ti-n to the risk attending upon l h**
over free use of "excelsior" in packing good.-, of a friable nature. it is
largely used to protect packages ron-
tai_ii!._ i^ia-i.s from uaniage. Kurni--
turc dealers i:r-s it to pntivd g. ids
fro;-i s.-rayhi:.,*--. Thi.--. si'iff is highly infl-Tiii-ahl-' Our- "'���oi!. iinporary
���H-'-isir*-*.-* that "the bodily iicit of :x
per .'�������� i-i-iiri-L? on a eusi-irci stuffnl
T.'i:;- c-*-.'i*'.-!.*"i'.,r bin- :������.���.-������-'! i.';ni!in*_"
li ���:��� i*f.i;b; L'iir, l.-.*. wi -." know or ,-���.
'.-.'<��� I.i.viur; _{_":.... y,].u- :,. a .]���/.,-���������
ov,-'n;r t.*> the :-'.'a; ��-ie*i' *..ii:-*od |.j*
."-lii'Ii::g a. .store- full of exr-i'l-sior
-.*;.if-n i_u:> the niiie-- ri-l hot .'-nil
pent sparks fly ins wliich got. into a
"*.TC*vi*-e in rh_ r*;*jf of a I':u*.-to. the
r��>s-,r.l bfinsr a fire. What, however.
c*_ul! b- exp?c'.ed with :>. nialorlr.l
v.-ith a name which means, go upwards? ���-   ..,<���:   l
TURTLE AS WATCHDOG-
���mar* Creature Taken PomeulM _f
** a. Gar den. In Honolulu.
Stray turtles measuring lour or fivu
feet in length, do not ottcn wander unmolested through the streets of a thickly
populated city. But not loug since a
well known family in Honolulu received
a visitor of this kind, says the Seattle
Post-Intelligencer. Nobody knows where
the great beast came from. He simply
appeared one day at the garden gate,
and, forcing an entrance, proceeded to
make himself at homo on the premises.
He was promptly expelled by tho astonished family, to wander ouce more on
the city streets, for they did not know
what elst to do with him. The turtlo
had different ideas, however. He had
found a comfortable homo and meant to
rtay ia It. He had very likely led a life
of hardship and intended to eud his days
in peace and security, so he returned,
but was again turned out upon the cruel
world. The turtle had a will of his own
and was determined to lire in that particular spot, so he crawled iu again thc
next time the gate was open. The iamb
1. gave up in despair and allowed the
uninvited guest to remain a few days before they turned him out again. Hut he
returned once more. This performance
was repeated a number of times. It they
shut the gate on him, he would rear up
on his hind legs and put his fore feet on
the top like a great dog.
It was necessary to accept the Inevitable. The people to whom he wished to
attach himself began to feci a certain
superstition and allowed him lo take possession of the garden which he had so
long coveted as his abode. There he
crawls about Iu thc daytime and sleeps
at night and is given his three good
mails a day of bran and water and
scraps from the table. lie is a perfectly
harmless old fellow, nnd the children
have great sport with him, two or three
at a time riding on his buck. It is only
dangerous to place a hand on thc side of
bis neck, for, as he contracts his neck
quickly within his shell, it is likely to
be drawn in and injured. But his funniest characteristic developed after he
had been fairly accepted into the family
circle. In return for the kindness lavished upon him he took upon himself
the functions of a watchdog. The poor
beast is not able to bark, but when a
stranger enters the gate ho gives forth
such loud and formidable hisses as to
frighten the most courageous until they
discover that his hiss is worse than his
bite.
It is estimated that this great turtle is
very old. "While not of a rare species, he
has grown to an unusual size. His neck
is beginning to shrivel and take upon itself the drawn look of extreme age. It
is thought by some that he is the famous
turtle that belonged to Kamchanicha I,
who was the greatest conqueror and king
of the Hawaiian Islands and lived over
100 years ago. The animal remained for
generations in thc custody of the royal
family and last belonged to the queen
dowager, Kapiolani, who died on .Tune
24. .Some time before the queen's death
the turtle disappeared. But, whether
I his queer old beast, with its almost human intelligence, has such a romantic
history or not, it is today one of the most
interesting sights of Honolulu, though
few visitors know of its existence.
FORT ON  WHEELS.
A  Formidable   _nt*-cry nnd   Jnarser-
nuut Coinl'iiiecl.
A patriotic inventor has offered to the
government a gigantic military automobile big enough to run right over the enemy's intrenchnients and occupied by a
force of soldiers siiflieicmtly large to be
termed a garrison.
The wheels of. this huge automobile
fortress are to be 00 feet in diameter,
provided witli pneumatic tires to enable
it to run more easily over hostile earthwork's, and the body oC the vehicle is
clad in steel armor, impenetrable to ritlo
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AUTOMOBILE FORTI'.E.-n.
bullets or cannon shot. Through suitable windows, or portholes, if they may
be so termed, project rapid tiro guns���
1 pounders and 0 pnuinii'i-s���v,*it!i pcrhapi
a couple of Colt "nutoniniics" to tiiiv.w n
continuous rain of small 1,-ilVrs. Meoo-'
while, through .Munller t>;ii*:ii;:g-.. ilic Soldiers aro able to dir*"*l n ili'-ii-iietivc.'firi'
upon thc foe wilh ICriig-.l(i.-geri-*��>n rii'e -
Kacli of these imliiary .*iiit.i:iinliili.< ii
provided with n son nf upp"r.iiii'* in
front which so;n-*��hat p-M-tuiil.���. in
xhape the cowcatcher nt u Licui'i'iiiw engine. It is armed wiili l-:i}>,ii";!il:c
knives nnd in action it will sei ve tu .sco.ip
up and cut to pieces an army nf lighting
men. On top of the purninhiit.iliug .fur-
tress i.i an armored en^emate. <-jli'nl->ic-il
in form, which provides .*i safe shelter
for oi-ht or ten ritlct'ien. ,     "I
tl'h. ra  V-ltelie* IVnllr.     ,   .t
The liiocken is th" highest ������urni-it of
the ]!ttr-'.-!-rm'-,'.*.M_- in..f;*.-_oi-U}:.-.. Tlw;
".Specler" i�� the shadow of n person,
uixi'iii'ied and reflected in Hie mist on a
peak opposite, wliich is visible when llio
sun is in a certain position. Tlie ISrocken
is the traditional mruling place for the
witches on WnlDiirgr** night.
HUMAN' NATURE.
Kre,-y one ������j.-pe'cli i.-e.re f,*oin his friends
than !.e K willing t" d.j for tlir-in.
A i ::';i '-."*i ���*<H the I,,..,*; (,c ,-i quarrel
am! '.V'.'i h.i:" hine-elf for h.iving it.
Af! ���!��� :i niafi _:ili-f:*--* tlio wolve-j he is
wry :.;.t tu deny that lhe;, -.vcre ever .-ift-
or liiu'i. '" .
Wi'eii it com*.'.** to '-c.'iudiil, d'm'l expect
oh.-.i'il;. Iiiiiii the pei^-ii who has at one
lime had lo ,'isk fur it.
We h.-ive llutii'P'I Ih.'il lifle;-a piiesf goesj
lioni" tlie peiipie at the Iioii��-c where she
vis-leil ,!,, net < o;i,{.!:iiit of bi':n,' lune-
iioini;.���Atchison (l!';!,e.
Ttto Real People.
Many suppose "Mother Goose" to be
an imaginary pei'Honagc, but she waa a
real woman, aud her maiden name was
Elizabeth Foster. She was born in 16-5,
married Isaac Goose in 1603, a few
years later became a member of the Old
South church of Boston and died in 1757
at the age of {*_ years. Her songs were
originally sung to her grandchildren.
They were first .published in 1716 by her
Bon-in-law, Thomns Fleet of Boston.
The "Mary" that "had a little lamb"
was Mary Elisabeth Sawyer, a Massachusetts girl. Her lamb was one of twins
forsaken by an unnatural mother. Mary
took it homo and cared for it herself.
They became fast friends, and when
Mary started to school her pet missed
her very much. So one morning it followed her. At school she tucked it under
her desk and covered it with her shawl,
but when she went out to her spelling
class the lamb trotted after her. The
children laughed wildly, and thc teacher
had thc lamb taken from the room. On
that morning a young student named
Kawlston was a visitor at the school.
The incident awakened his poetic genius,
and a few days later he handed Mary the
first three verses of tho poem. lie died
soon after, ignorant of thc immortality of
his verses.
Thc lamb lived many years and mot
death by the horns of an angry cow.
Mary's mother spun its wool into yarn,
from which she knit her daughter a pair
of stockings. Vcars passed, and the
stockings became yellow with age. Finally Mary rareled them out, cut thc yarn
into bits, fluffed it out, sewed it to cards
and, after writing on them verifying the
genuineness of the yarn, sold them to secure money to help save tho Old South
church of Boston.
Mme. _e T.e-nf-pu.
Vcars ago an English lady paid a visit
to the island of Mauritius. She was introduced to a lady of great beauty and
commanding appearance, who ordered
every one about and whose features were
unmistakably Spanish. Who was this
lady? An infant picked up on the field
of Waterloo from behind a wagon after
the battle. Her pnrents were known to
God alone. She was found by an ensign,
Heiliger by name, perhaps an ollicer iu
the king's Gorman legion. Ho placed her
under the care of a soldier's wife, paying
for her support, and as she grew up, seeing how beautiful and talented she
promised to be, had her educated nnd
finally married her, ns Dick Swivellcr did
the marchioness. He held in his latter
days an appointment in the Mauritius,
nnd here follows the extraordinary pendant to this romantic tale:
The great-granddaughter of the Waterloo "Waif and Stray" (they mature and
marry very early in those tpopical climes)
was the wife of Baron do7 Lesseps, the
originator of the Suez and the unfortunate designer of the Panama canfll. At
ihe ago of 17 she fell in lore with the
baron, then above- 70, and proposed to
him, according lo tho custom of thc Mauritius, by n floral offering. The old baron
was so amazed that he declared that she
must intend the offering for his son. .who
was with him. "Xon, monsieur, e'est a
vous." The poor baron was in a state of
imbecility at the time of the Panama
scandals when his son and others were
seat to jail. It is to be hoped that the
great-granddaughter of the Waterloo baby was a loving and faithful nurse in his
infirmities of mind, body aud "estate.���
Coni-ill Magazine.
Oiler of n Tencnor.
Unlike many opera singers,"Mrs. Jessie
Barllctt Davis has made it a practice to
attead churcl. services on Sunday whenever possible. Once she went to a local
revival meeting. The music was led by.
nn angular young woman, astonishingly
clad, and gifted with one of the most
stridently discordant voices Mrs. Davis
had ever heard. Her singing was so bad
that it fascinated her, but, nevertheless,
it seemed to delight others iu the congregation.
Immediately after the sermon nn old
man who shared her pew showed great
interest in her. and turned .with a satis-
tied smile and said:
"1 knowed you at once. Vou are ono
of them opery singers that gave that
show last night in the opery house? 1
thought -so. Well, that girl that led the
singin, she's my darter, and she's the
hest all round singer in tho state. And
say, it' you know any one that wants music lessons:, send 'em to her. Sho gives
vocal and pcanny lessons for a quarter,
apiece. You don't want to take no lessons, do j-ou?  She's great on trills."
Mrs. Davis thanked him, bur, fortunately for her career, she declined his
well intended otter.���Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post.
Pnld Her Fare Villi Soap.
"Fare, please."
The woman got out her purse with difficulty and rummaged through its variom
compartments.
"Dear, dear"' she  murmured.     "I  wis
sure I had saved a fare, or I never should
have bought those three odd dusters."
Then  she added  to .the conductor,  "I
"live at Ehc end of the Tine and will pay
you then."
'���l"ou must pay now, lady," replied thc
fare taker.  "That's tbe rule."
"But I haven't any money," she objected.
"Well. I tell you, give n:e a 5 cent bargain and you can redeem It at the end of
the trip: only we don't take dusters on
this line."
The woman hesitated n moment. Then
she dived into her basket and brought up
a long bar of laundry soap.
Everybody in the car laughed as the
conductor rang up her fare.���Philadelphia Times.
Swr-tn Krir Children.
Sugar candy, plain chocolate and other
pure, simple swi.-'-ts may be given to children' occasionally without harm, but th��
practice of eating fcwects nt all times
nnd season-* is to be condemned. The
habit of hugging for penniei to buy
mveefs* is most troublesome and should
never he allowed. If permitted, the child
will become a positive ii'iiianre to lr-t
c-lil.T** and will do itself rent injury, for it
will arqniri- .1 perv.-rted i-ppetil-- wlii<-li
will crave for sweefi, which, while failing to nourish it. will prevent :i healthy
appetite  for wholesome,  nourishing food.
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A  l>*iict   im-l  i<   ij*v,v  in oi*d*>r.���Itiilsi'-
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A ei*,--ir tri"'* ivill lul Ihe ������rent inn*:-*
of l!i" viler, of I'll.- rniiii'.i.v pi-i'ci-e!;-
v.-heie. lh��j. live.���-|lo-.ton..t'lo!ie:     .
The linioin ci.rn 11 n*-.t. ,-iftei- r:ii*-**ii;_
the pi ic��� of Hi,. I.nish to .'."-'Oil per ton.
in now en*i!i-,-e(| in liiiyiii",' up nil the seed,
s*i, n-. to tighten its cinch on ne.\i yeui'.-.
crops. I'nssiblv lli'*y will ne'.M Inekk-
the broom bundle indusli)*.���St. J.ouis
_t;ir.
War criticisms arc often quite tira.-
usins. -Mr. Stead, editor of Review
of Reviews, by some unexplained method has been informed what his
Sn-umic .Majesty thinks or the war.
Mr. Stead talks of this personage as
though they were great chums, sharing each other's confidences. It will
be remembered that he spoke, some
time .ago as though he were equally
intimate with his Creator. Mr.
Stead's friends    need    to watch him,
I when a man talks of having confidential relations with the powers of
the air  he is not quite  sane.      Van-
4-ity-h:iR-upset_M_._Steaii:s_jneiital_baK
i anr-e.
Bigness is not greatness.
It requires   pluck  to  be   patient.
It takes more than muscle to make
a man.
Tbe   only   whole   man     is     a.   holy
man.
Tbe  street corners  are  a   poor col-
Ic.e.'
To follow the crowd    is    a confes-
j-lon   of   weakness.
,    Maki_�� ii   no'.**'.*   i-s '->��������  '-f  th"  lfii'l-
t '.ne; Infant    Industries,
j     It   is   ii'-ver   too   ��oon   to   b'.'Kin   to
'make n.. man of one's self,
j     To  be afraid   to  be    one's     nubl'-Ht
'.self Is lhe greatest cowardice.
i     Th"   .-lutorni'bil"   .lilv<>r   should    U* .1.
; :ip  crs'-n   'if  hors��l"-*��  n-ns-.
!     .1,111'-' t/i'-n  iis<*  a l"t  "f  w.irin woi-ilr
'��� in tliiiwit.*-'   nut   a   fr<*-*n   hydrant
1    Tin- man who takes the <*aki: thinks
it. is no more than his Ju"*.i d'-.-w'Tt.
1     Th<*    i.inn    who    bii**    iioihlii;'    tn do
hut   clip  '���upon*'   ety--  'juif-  n   liiiure.
f     Tn    dealing    with    *��.:ii"    rl'iih    ni'.-r-
'r-hants   a    man   iilways   i;rf��   v/orsl'il.
i What i'-t put int. I'tf brain today
.will b*j raken out of H  I'-1 yrais h"M'*-v
i     A    minii.ii   usually   p-its   "".    ''   Hmt
��� isliivi-   lUht   wh.n .��> ii'-'ni'i-'     *"
! nut   on  a  new   _ _lr.
'' Wh.-n .. mim tak-*:* :��� va*-:*U'��. li-
: n-e.is .1 r-.**t. when til. f'n.iil-/ t.'ike.*1
1 .-1   var-ation   he   ���."���I.'*   it.
Tin*  onlv   manli:i"-*>   wonb   pr.H-;eHH-
i:,K  is  sh'Jv.-n   in   th"   lif'-  '/I'   lb" ���'���"��
a!   man.
I    Th-     O'-iminion     i-'>vfi nrncnt       ���.'.���ill
,.p|.'K*fj    !������    III','.'!-.'       5IIIII1    in     Hi"    ���������KlIllllH'':*
imp;ov-,n-   l''i'erifh   Ulver.   '
' Tl; ��� 1 mi- innH: on :��� i*.iI*.p m" srian
and ilm n-ivc'ly '>!" u- ��� �����ii-iun:-" mum
wen e   fifl.
When ti innn fiirls he nets like _
fool; when u. woman fiirst Hlie is
one.
When a ran. argues lie tries to convince you: when a woman argues,
she.   convinces   herself.
When n. man is a" good locksmith
he.   make-   a  bad  burglar. - *���
��� "After all" sighed Victory,* leaning sadly upon her shield, "what
would 1 be in thes. days if it were
not   for   the   press   censor?"
The    Uour   ultimatum   was   loaded.
"He is fond* of golf, isn't he?"- "I
do not think he. Is as fond of soil
us he is.rond of being thought to- be
fond   of _olf. /
JTrs. Grimsonbeak: "I see by thia
paper. John, that the tongue of a
full grown giraffe Is about IS Inches
long."-    John:      "Well,    it    isn't    hun_
in���the -middle,���any way;-���= ������--*..-
At  an  ale  house  a. mild   Magrethtfrium
Chanted   Wagner   with    Bacchi.j   dell-
riuim
Till his audience died,
Then  the animal  sighed,
*'T    feared      that     my     nm.ic     might
weary   'em."
Criminal proceedings have boen instituted    against the    editor    of the
Kamloops    Standard     in    connection
with  a  recent artlclo in  that    paper
dealing with, thc opening of the U. C.
legislature.
The Ottawa Typographical union in
askiiiK that, the wages of hand ccmi-
iin_itoi-H In the government printing
bureau, and other printing establishments there, be. raised l'rrnn 312 to
?i; per week. Linotype operators aro
also iiHkliig lor a rained Troiii .-JI3.5I).
their  .resent   scale.
Now is the Time to Invest in Ferguson Real Estate
And Here arc the Reasons Why You  Should Get in on the
Ground Floor of this Rising Mining Camp
First
is in the heart ��f thc mines and so
situated that it will always be the
outfitting point for all tho big shippers.
A glance at a map of the district will
convince the most skeptical of this
fact.
Second
The   miners  and  mine   owners   will,
make their huadquartersat 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 the Lardo
Duncan are right now clearing the
land for their new road and workshops, sideways etc.
Fourt
The Silver Cup,- Sunshine,   Nettie  L,*
Towser,   True     Fissure,   Bad   Shot
,   Broa * view, Old Sanoma, Silver Queen
" Silv er Belt'The  Horn  Ledge   Group
Big   Five     Wagner,   Abbott, ,Holy-
Moses Empire and other well known
properties are   triblxtory  to ' Ferguson
and are all within a radius of 10 miles"
' of the townsite.
Hotxa   is   the   Goldefc     Opportunity
Next-jsumruer may. be too late to get in at
���"���round Ocor prices.   Advice���Act prompt-
iy.  .'    .        .        . 	
Ferguson       .       .       .       .       . ""'."'''
Is  absolutely  without a rival in the Lar-
doais. District.
Lots Are Selling Fast���
Spokane Capitalists ave reaching after Ferguson property and expect to pull out with'-' ,
a handsome return, as experienced by them
in the early days of Rossland.
Why Not You .
Lots selling now at from $150 to $250��� "
.     Choice Corners.
At'-, information-nun hn  prnr-nrn-   on     -	
plication
WANTliD   TO    KNOW
i    Little   Cl.-ir. nee   (with   ii.   rising-   in-
��� ll*'i:t|..ri' ���I',.?
j     Mr.   Callipers:     (wearily)���IlhV
i      Utile    Clarene,���T'n.      dues      Seolcli
-lilHkcy   niiiki'   :i   inaii   hunt   any   lond-
I i'i-  than  uiher Iclnds of   whlskev'.'
E BUKER, cLocal Agent,
FERGUS ON TOWNSITE
Hevelstol^e Hospital
Maternity Boom in connection.
"Vaccine   kept    on   hand.
Dm.   McKechnie   and   Teffs
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i
i
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A    SAKJ-;    ���NJ'-KI'l.-.S-i'l.-
Nud'l���We   liiivi-n'H    mil. ii    lit   ;,     .Jln-
ni-i*   t<��iif*lii,    Inn    you'ie   weleniiie.
TijiM-llnw   do   j*(,ii   know   v.- .fit   vim
Hi'*   Knlrii*. In   li.-ive'.'
1     Noild��� Well,   ���...,.  hud   i-im.Mi   lw..r   vett-
terdny.
a  i:i*;ttI'"i_ C!i:Ai'"i'
The Revelsto__e
Herald, i'*---"-- wCeki.i ,
Has moro readers    In North
Kootenay than any other paper;
has more advertisers In Revel-
; Htoke  than     any other paper;
j does  moro job  printing in the
; city than any other paper;  it's
.] news is more spicy and up-to-
.* date;  its influence ��� " is greater;
' I Its advertising rates are'lowest
circulation  considered;   its  sub.
scriptlon rate is only $2.00 pet
annum; it covers the field. Try
it and  be with the crowd'
Write to
HBVBLSTOKE HERALD, '
Revelstoke, B. C.
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ne-   ll    mini    I    uI|.,h   y.:\y^,   ''M;iy ynur
. i hitel"i'   l|i\ei*   Kmw    1, k'i."
i      l'"ia>-(il    I''i".i"i--..Wbeii    ;l   Ni-ly **iv( h
! ne* ;t,iiie.-il    I    - (,) 111 <-   ftiiy.��.    **.M.*iV vour
' |iliril'ii-i.*t|iiis :iHm*; ���iiee'l'-'tK  Hill" t't*..*c!>-
llil;    li|>   ,t.l   (li-y    .|n    ill     jtr, i; -i>t .*' iukI
;i!   :t   "I'.ii'i-i    in   nddltinn:
Of    t',*Mi.'
lllispeeloi
S-ll-'ltli'l        !>!'
(il       Wi Iflll!'.
'i'i,i- bm nice
I f iii.'d iiy li.t*
jiiiil   I'.iciisuros.. '    ��� ��� . '��� '   .
A '.-**-.i.-.:-ri it-ti'ill>' put" up i' H'.'Kl-
[cI;ih* plove JlKht when Hb*> ^lUI'-nilils
i to pm  en ii  now pair.
I    (liiiisblciiitloii   for   miillii'i*   and   sin-.
lei*  ilucsi  moro   to   marl-  n   Kciiileiimii
I ilinn ' I li.   kind  or un-l'tie Iir wears.
1     I'lely is not priggishiiess.
sty i,i--
|. "I hn\" lii-"ii eon. id-MjiiL; yn;:- .-ip.
I'lle.'illmi I'oi*'- nil *- I'tlltiii'-'a! ';i(r.-iii-ni."
said (lie n;.!.!-.ai';!ii; ,'illtnr. " an i I
sent   fin-   ymi   today   lliat   I   -night   *i"t
��� Ki'tne   idea   .if   j-nur   Htyle."
I ".liisl .ii.-" reiilied thc kt'.nv.- all rul-
lewc jrriidli;,',!..'. "Well, you \*.i'- o|iscrv.->
I  inn   wearlnc;  a   ���mck-xuit**' '   a;n.   liut
I well  (.-ui."nnd   a   bmwii.soft   ! at:   iiuite
; the poiier Uiins for thin h.i_r of the
day." ., ,    '
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Tifkcts issued and ba^if.ij*:e cheeked throush
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coiiies; ufl'C. 1>. \i. i.ublicatioii!*, nddrcr.-* iiiuiresl
loeal njjent or
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Agent, l!e\el.slulre.
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iMiBMBiiai __--__-  STRAfHCONA'S HORSg.  The Probable Appointees to Commissions. ���������  The list of officers has not. yet been _  made public,, but the names of several appointees are known.     Inspector  Belcher is  second ia command;, and"  the  Majors   of the three    squadrons  tire respectively Inspector Jarvis and  inspector Snyder, N.  W.  M-P.,  and  Mr Richard  Laurie,    of    the    North  West public    works department,  Rer  Ulna.     The latter iu a gold medallist  of  Kingston   military  college.* Three  of tho captains    arc    to be���������Captain  Snider, of Portage la Prairie; Captain  H-ward.-N. WJ M.' P.;"and Captain  Cart-wright, N.W. M. P.     Major Jar-  vis 'and Captain Cartwright are coming  out  from   Lake  Tagish  to  join.  Among  the    lieutenants    named  aro  Lieutenant     Mackie,   of     Winnipeg;  Lieutenant Falls, of Oak Lake;  Lieutenant A.  E.  Christie,  of Moosomin,  and  Lieutenant Cameron,  of Ottawa.  The name of Inspector Strickland, N.  ,W. M. P., is also mentioned, and that  of Mr. Critchley, ex-M. L. A., of Calgary.        The      regimental .   sergeant  major of the regiment goes  to* S.  S.  _lliott, of Montreal, who  is a champion    swordsman,    expert    horseman  find    thoroughly competent    iu every  respect.      Staff    Sergeant    Matthews,  .V. S., N. W M". P., is likely to be appointed veterinary ollicer, and tho regimental surgeon is to be a Montreal  physician, whose nomination is In the  bands of an old friend of Lord Strathcona     The name of   Staff    Sergeant  Kitchen,   N.   W.   M.     P.,   Regina,     is  mentioned and S.' S. Kitchen may be  thi- adjutant     He has been six years  in   the  force,.is a crack  shot and  a.'  good "horseman.      Before   coming to  Canada he held a  commission in an  infantry  regiment,  the  Royal Ennis'-  killens, and .saw. service with Roberta  in India.  SIBGB OB- IiADTBMlT-I  Garrison Prepared for, a Night Attack  London! Feb. 9.���������A despatch to the  Morning Post from Ladysmith, dated  Tuesday, February'.6th Bays: ., .  ��������� "Little can IwiBeeh of General Buller's action owing'to the haze  ;It appears that'' the ''Boers' have  withdrawn their big gunt> from -the  bills here southward. -A large force  of the Boers still remain and the  garrison is prepared for a night attack. ',..."   V *���������'' '���������  work of reor_anl_iU-_ vraa discussed.  Committees were appointed for campaign literature, and for recommending certain changes in the electorate  laws.  BOURASSA WILL RESOLUTE  RELIEF  IS   CERTAIN  London. Feb. 9.���������A cable despatch  from Spearman's Camp, under- yesterday's date says: "General Buller  holds' his position.     Relief is certain.  BULLER'S CASUALTY  LIST  IMPERIAL  PARLIAMENT  r  London, Feb. 9.���������In the" house of  commons yesterday Mr. Wyndham,  the parliamentary -secretary of- the  war office, answering a question said  that 2,275 officers and men of tbe  British army were missing, but it is  ���������uncertain how many of them were at  Pretoria.) '    '  As to their protection in_ case they  besieged Pretoria "Wyndham said tho  government left that to the"discretion ���������  of l_>rd Roberts.  Answering another question Wyndham said'that in addition to the  JSn.OOO troops in South Africa recently mentioned in his speech, the government had decided to send 15 battalions of militia and three thousand  yeomanry," .'making a total from the  militia of over 20,000 men, and from  Hie yeomanry S,000.'  The grand total in South Africa  then would be 194.000 effectives, exclusive of the sick and wounded.  Iu the house of commons yesterday Edward Blake, member for South  Longford, voted'.for the motion introduced by Mr. Redmond, representing  that the time had arrived to bring  the war in South Africa to a cosclu-  ���������.-iofi .on the basis of recognizing the  "ndepenf'.c-to nf the Transvaal and  tho Orar;;-  Free  State.  London, Feb. 9.���������General Buller  has cabled to the war office that the  approximate British casualties in the  fighting at Potgieter's Drift up to  noon on Tuesday were: Officers  killed���������Major Johnson Smith, and  i ieut *' Spat't, both of the Durban  Light Infantry; oflieoi- wounded���������  Colonel Fitzgerald, of the Durban  Light infantry: Colonel A. J. Montgomery, of the'-Royal Artillery;  Llcul. Sir T. A. 'A. Cunniughiun, of  tbe Riflo Brigade. Total number of  tinkers wounded IB. Rank and file  casua-Iti'-s: Non-coms., officers and  men  _%  killed  and   wounded.   .���������o ���������  BOHR ATTACK'FIZZLED OUT  Loudon, Feb. 9.���������Turning from the  transcendal interest' in Ladysmith;  tho whole war scene presents ascono  cf Important activjty. The Boer attack on General Gatacrc's forces reported on February 7 fizzled out. The  artillery of the burghers * after shelling thu camp retired upon the arrit  val of British reinforcements. ���������The  a_a.ii scarcely warrants being called  a skirmish. -The British casualties  were ono man killed and four men  wounded. ;  GATACRE IN  PURSUIT  FIERCE"; BATTLE  ot  Desperate Fighting���������Heavy Losses  the Enemy.  London,  Feb.  9.���������The " Daily  Telegraph has received the following despatch,  dated Tuesday,  February  6th.  from Spearman's Camp:  "ThiB is" the'second' day of- tho  battle " and - 'the ' fighting -has : beea  fiercer than. it_^ was yesterday.  _it dawn the Boers began the action.  by shelling our bivouac with their  long torn  and'ponpon  guns.  "Their six inch shells fell ne_-th-  sspot   where .General   Buller- and   his  ���������Taff-'were'- watching-the- engagement,-  f>ne shell  burst amid  a  squadron  oC  -.he   Thirteenth   Hussars,   but   not  a.  . soul was'to-ched.  "Our * guns from Swart's Kop and  on the plain soon silenced the'artil-  cry" but repeatedly the Boers brought  hack their guns, popped them iu to  works on the hills, fired a few rounds  anil then again changed their position.  "During the morning our gunners  p.ucceoded in blowing up the enemy's  ammunition on ' Doornloof. General  l_yttlet_n'8 brigade was shot at from  three sides   aud   had   a   warm   time  i .  ���������  upon Vaal Krantz.  ��������� *  . -,        i .  ".Desperate efforts were made by  the'. Boers'to recover' the smoking  hill. ���������' The Durham Light Infantry,  Kings "Royal Rifles, and Scottish  Rifles-gallantly charged* and cleared  the positions. .  ".General Hildyaid's brigade relieved:' General Lyttleton's brigade toward sunset. A' withering fire continued . until 9. Several prisoners  were taken. ' They say ,, that tho  Boers yesterday lost heavily. Tlio  enemy, suffered -severely today. It  is* reported that among thoir dead in  thc trenches ��������� armed Kaffirs were  found.      ' "  The Times says this morning:  Private advice:-, reached pnrllninenl  ��������� yesterday In I lie effect I bat tho  Boors who arc running short of bis  ���������.'.un projaclilcs are making desperate  efforts to secure iresh supplies.  All the leading (irmajinve been approached   with  a- view   of  immediate  delivery and  *ik the  British    makers  1-ave  proved    cliury    of  entertaining  ���������   offers, their    continental    rival.. "are  ��������������������������� finding their opportunity.  London, Feb.. 9.���������Tlie latest advices  from     Sterkstroom      announce    that  General   Gatacre's cavalry  is jn  pursuit  of   the   Bo'ers.,     While  nothing  lias   resulted   from   this   affair   it  indicates   that' the   burghers   are   fully  alive  to  the  importance  of the  concentrating which is on the   verge of  occurring between the forces of Generals     Gatacre.     Kelly-Kenny      and  French;  and, they do not hesitate to  take the aggressive against established   positions ��������� -in - any   attempt   '  to  thwart it, "though'it" is  believed that  a sufficiently large number of troops  will  soon  be" massed at Colesburg to  ensure the unopposed advance of the  invading army when    it is   ready to  start!      That:"it is  not  prepared  for  this move at'present    and    that    all  this -activity   is  entirely  preliminary  'to what is known    as  Field Marshal  Lord*   Roberts' - main    movement'   is  evidenced  by,a despatch from    Cape  Town,  dated February 7,' announcing  that   the  director  of  transports   was  advertising  for  ox'wagons  and .driver-.      Without    these    it would    be  hopeless to think of carrying on the  invasion, and   it must    be    a month  moro   before   they   are   ready. ,    Another   preliminary    is" that    General  Roberts has only just sanctioned tho  formation of  the    colonial    yeomanry,    consisting    of  a   troop     of   100  men  for each district  of the  colony  to protect the loyal .farmers.   Opinion  is divided  as. to whether Feld  Marshal Lord Roberts and General   Kitchener* have gone    to    the    Modder  River   or . Storsbr.om.  ���������- o������������������   ���������POMERANIAN HEARD FROM     -  Ottawa, Feb. 9.���������M. Bourassa will  move a resolution on the first occasion, on which the house goes into  supply declaring the sovereignty of  parliament and that the sending of  the first contingent is not to form  a precedent In the future, all governments being free to act as they  may seem fit.   :���������o '  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  FIELD BACHELORS  Give  a Most Successful   Smoker  the Mountain Town  in  On Monday night tho bachelors of  Field turned out en masse to the first  smoking concert ever held in Field,  and from its success it is safe to say  that many more will follow. The  first item on the programme was a  violin and organ duet by Messrs.  Cook and W. McPherson, which was  unanimously encored. Then > came  Mr. Len Solloway with a song entitled ;"Tho Three Wishes." His  lovely tenor voice ' was certainly  something to bo remembered. Mr.  J.. Lyon's song of ''Little Bunch of  Whiskers on His Chin" simply brought down the house. Mr. J.  Powers came next with the song  "Because 1 Loved Her," which was  sang in a feeling manner although a  trace of nervousness could be noticed.  Mr. D. Norri8 sang "The Miner's  Dream of Home" in _ very, tasteful  manner. After this M. P. Davis  recited "The Baseball Game" in  Swedish dialect which convulsed the  house with laughter, but the success  of thr evenisg ' certainly belongs to  Messrs.'- Gee, Clark, Corbett and McRae, who sang in a magnificent manner "Come List to Our Beautiful  Strain.'' The writer has listened to  many professional quartette troupes,  but has never heard anything rendered in a more tuneful manner. Then  came Mr. F. Blumbeybetter, known as  Kruger, who sang a coster song in a  very lifelike manner. .��������� After that  came Mr. S. Timmins with a whist-,  ling solo, accompanied by W. Cox on  the piano, entitled ".The Mocking  Bird." This was rendered in a very  skilful manner and showed careful  cultivation. Mr. W. Adamson then  sang "The' Boat That Brought Me  Over," which proved that the boat  brought over a clever comedian. Mr.  A.- McDonald, , with his Coon song,*  entitled "All Coons Look Alike to  Mo" received hearty ���������pp1auso, and  Messrs. F. Gibson and W. Bell sang  a duet entitled "Sucking Cider  Through a Straw" in a manner that  would make one . believe they had  been doing it in reality. ��������� The concert then came to a close by everybody present singing the National  Anthem. Mr. F. Gibson made a very  able chairman and no small credit  belongs to him for the success of the  first concert of this kind ever hold  in Field.  INCORPORATED 1670:  FOR THE Month of Feb--  ruary   ONLY we   are  offering  the   following  lines    of    Goods    at    regular  prices less  20  per  cent.  Ladies' Jackets and (apes  Children's Jackets and Ulsters  Ladies' Underwear  Ladies' Furs  Dress Goods  Mantle (lotus  This will give an opportu*'  nity to procure the best of  goods at positively'. bargain  prices.  Hudson's Bay Stores  .    .   GALGARY.  IMPERIAL B/W  OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto.  Capital AuthorU-d, . $2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up, - $2,311,034.00  Host, - - $1,502,172.00  DIRECTORS:  *  H.   S.   Howland,  President  T.R.Merrltt.Vice-Pres,   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Stayner  Ellas Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,     Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: ,  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll,  Listowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomaa,  Toronto, Wolland, Woodstock,  Hamilton.  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial, Municipal,  and   other  debentures  purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������  A-allable at all points of Canada,  United Kingdom , United States,  Europe. India, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand etc.  Gold   purchased.  This ' bank   issues  Special   Receipts  which will   bo accounted  for at any  of  the  Hudson's   Bay  Co's   Posts   in  tho Yukon and Northern districts.  A. R. B. HEART**.  Manager Rpvplfttoko Branch.  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. L. B.  F. L. Gwllllm.  HARVEY & KcCARTER  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:      Molsons  Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B. C.  J. W. Cross, M. D.  onisu:   T.iylor   Illoc-lc, Miickciixia    Avenue,  Itcv-Idtnka.  Surgeon to thcC.P.lt-  Hoa.th oflU*_*. Oilv ������f Ifcve'sio <:.  ���������Jrt-Kfln.-EKIAN' CHURCH���������Reyolstolce.  A i-iurvja- uvorj _u_duy nt 11 _._i. unit 7:.')0  p.m. Bib'o CLsj ������t 2V.0 p.m., lo which  nil *iri. welcome. Pr_>-t;r lUceilug al H p.m.  e*_.ry \Vedu1_ua7.  KKV. T. MENZIES, i*������stor.  1   OJIAX  *���������-���������     bilU-tt  CATHOLIC   CHUKOH ���������"_i.vc_  Mi<_.   ilfM and ihinl Sunil-ys in  FEMINA IMPER1AL1S  1900  Ottawa, Feb. 9���������The militia department received Information yesterday  dating that the Pomeranian, oa  which Is the second battalion of .the  -*v7estern-Mou_.ted-Rifles,���������passed_Capa.  Verde at 8 o'clock *' on.. .Thursday.'  Seven horses were dead. There were  14 horses dead on the Laurentian at  Capo Verde, which shows that the  western horses have stood., the.journey beet.  Awake!  Imperial daughter of a race  That rules the sea.  Awake!       Grim   war   has   crimsoned-  all the dawn  And   blood-red.  breaks     the     years  -relentless  morn,  While those astir call to the sleepers  "Awake!''  Come forth!  And   weep  with    u.������    who    widowed  weep,  As  Christ  ordained.  Leave   there'the    pleasure    baubles,  and the song      ,  Too  long  ye  dally;     ye have  slept  ,too long.  Cries  not  our  grief    aloud. -  "Come  forth!"  The man "with a cork limb is moi_  of a -lopped than a goer.  M. Labori, Dreyfus counsel, win  lecture in the States for '.12 weeks.  A French warship sank two Cnin-  ese gunboats and sei*zeci __-on_ .hail  Bay.  Protests have again been filed in  East and West Elgin and South Ontario.  Jas.' Welsh attempted . to shoot  Judge Lochren in the United States  court room, St. Paul.  The dates for thc Stanley Cup contests in Montreal are February 12, 1-1  and 1C., The Winnipeggers leave on  :he Sth of February.  Rev. Brother Netherine, of Montreal, in conuection with whose remarkable cure La Salle was made a  saint,   is  dead.  nn n:it hl]0::J'J ������ n>.  KEV.  Ij-ATIIKR. -HAYEK.  SOLVATION* ARM - - Mi rliiigs ev>._ l,l*<l>t  in then* li_.ll on ''"rout _lr0(_  mimmiiimmmwiwm  THE MOLSONS BANK   ?  iNCOnPOKATKD BT ACT OP Pa_1,IA._:ENT, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL,      - - _      '   .      ������_,-0O,0OO  REST FUND - - - . .      $l,600|ooO  DIRECTORS:  Wh.Moi.son MAcriiEitsoN, Prealdent;  S. H. Ewi.vo. Vlcc-Prealdait  "V. M. Ramsay, Samuk_ Fislky, Hvnky akchibalb, J. P. CLEanoB-, ���������  11. Maii-Land Molson.  F. Wokkkhton Thomas, General Manager.  A general banking business transacted,  rates,  =3  _?  =3  __?  _S  Interest allowed nt current ������������������*���������  J.-D. MOLSON, _S  Ma-Ageu. RevelstG-K, H.c.     _S_  imtmimmittiuiumiittmwMmiuiLuuiiuiUimi^  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave*.  P. 5URNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Pnme Beet Pork* Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  Table Ifuruished with .'the choicest  the market affords. Best Wines  Liquois and (Jiears. Large; light  bedrooms. Rates    SI... n.    day.  Monthly rate.  J. iefPSieiPif.. -  BATE.   $i.oo   PER  DAY  A LETTER  Dear   Wilfred,  I  am  very  sad;  My heart is sore and meek.  And now my head is not so bis,  And smaller is  my cheek. -  I thought my head was full of brain  Before   that  sudden   fall.  But now I-rather think  the space  Was chiefly filled with gall.  "Twas on the seventh .of last month  The   awful   change   occurred,  Before   that   day     all     things     looked  bright.  Which  now  look dull and blurred.  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching services at 11 a.-, in.  and 7:30 p.mi Class meeting at the  close of the morning service. Sabbath school and Bible class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. The public  are cordiallv invited.    Seats free.  REV.S.J.THO-IPSON,   Pastor.  EGB.'-B-T -SA'Wi-iON  Wood  and  Ur,  Qeaier  JL  Good accommodation.-    A.   good n'ir  well supplied   with ,-hoice \ri .-.-_  ���������  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus __e_t s All Train  Bpown   &  Pi-oc-r-ie. crs'  Pool  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Iiardeau and Trout Lake  Draying and-delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notion.  Contra-*-*  for  lohblnir -taken.  NO OFFICERS   -ET  Ottawa, Febt.9.���������Dr. Borden-stated  that the full list of officer's* for Strathcona's _Corse would' hot be issued for  publication ju_t at present.   oV -'  " -'  -. '  SUGAR  BOUNTY  WANTED  The  wind  fast,.  rose  strong;,   the  snow  fell  Ottawa, Feb. 9.���������A- ��������� delegation is  here today seeing the government  with a view- of -setting a bounty on  sugar.   o   MR.  TARTE-SERIOUSLY  ]L1_"  Ottawa, .Feb. 9.���������Mr. Tarte is still  confined to his room in the House of  Common-. He has been too ill to  be removed to his residence and has  had to spend the last two  his  room at tlio house.      He is suffering from    a  wound    in  the    side  caused by the operation which he had  performed   while  in   Paris.  Our dead  Gave we not their sweet lives    that  >.you  And yours might live?  Are  they then  naught?    that    some  should dance and jest *  With   thoughtless   hearts,   ere    their  poor graves unblest  Have'cloeed on our brave sons whose  blood is she**.  Note well,  In  England's   hour  of   darkest  need,  When  danger   loomed.  And  she���������sore    stricken���������seemed    to  stand alone.  Imperial   sons    havo     rallied   round  her 'throne  Whose empty  homes  their    tules  of  honor tell.'  Nor forget  That  at   the   nation's   call   to war.  We   who   now   mourn���������  We,  wives of all  a life,  brides*  of a  week.  Or   mother   sorrowing    our   comfort  seek���������  We gavo our all���������Who pleads lest ye  forget!  Poor Tom and. others lie. '  And  underneath  those  dreadful drifts  The  drifts   were   pMed   up  high,  Uh yes, that storm did not respect  The .district  I  called mine.  For all we found alive that night  ,Was  three among  the  nine.  We travelled o'er the province talking  Loud,  and  late,  and long;  And what we told the farmers then  I now believe was wrong.  I  spoke  of  railway  schemes  which   1,  And   I   alone  arranged,  While  Patterson,   in, roaring  tones.  Raid  ho the tariff changed.  St.  Peter's Church  (Anglican*^  Eight a.m., Holy ��������� Eucharist; 11  a.m.. matins, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, first Sunday in the month);_  2*30 Sunday school, or chiidrens  tervice; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. ��������� Holy Days���������The Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. ,or *  a.m., as announced. Holy Baptism  after Sunday school' at 3:15.   -  E. CI Paget, D. D., Paaor.  Horse--  Saddle    and      Pack  alwavs for hire."  Freighting   and   Teaming  specialty. .  . . -  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG ���������_ HILLM AN, Thomson's Landing  _..  _-_-_:  Sand for  Copy of tho Third Annual Editi  ��������� oi*  PETTIPIECE'S  i  of  And know  That not alone today  we grieve,  nights in ;i"������r Austral weeps.  New  Zealand's women���������daughters  Natal  And  Canada���������each   colony  and  all,  Claim sister  hearts  imperial  in their  woe.  REDISTRIBUTION BILL  ' Ottawa, Feb. ��������� 9.���������Mr. "Alulock uas  given notice of a redistribution bill.  It is understood that its provisions  will  bo the same as last year.  CONSERVATIVE CAUCUS  Imperial  Make us.    Not loss.  Oh  God. lest we  Unworthy   prove  Of  our  great destiny.    Not  less,  lest  Thou  Should.'st rurs-o through us,a nation's  broken vow.  To  reign, in peace  or war, Imperial.  ���������Ada   Dayrell   Fowler.   o   Ottawa.   .Feb. . 9.���������A    Conservative  caucus was held  yesterday when the  A church board of managers in  Hamilton has resigned over the organist.  He  said   that all   the  pro-.iisi-s  -  We   made  before  electlan  Were kept, and  that he busied u*������  That Tory  fraud,   protection.  And   Fr.-iser   talked   of  nlrhohl  every  Subject  on  this  earth,  Hi;  tried  to coax  the disappointed  Farmers Into mirth.  He said they owed the Grits for all  Tho   Blessings  of  this  life.  -���������Slid  then  .pun  oft'the yarn  about  .The bad deserting wife.  The     Free     Press     weather     prophet.  whom  1   bought at such  a prico  To  give  mo  warning  of  tho:-e storms  And   other  good   advice.  To back me in my "Vuknn dual.*!,  And   railwa.y   tricks   arrange.  Predicted  sunshine  for  th.it day  And  said  "there'll  be  no  change."  Our bill of fare rari_ircs a change���������  On-wretched  truck like Turtle).  But  people cannot  always   live  It   did   all   right   to   start.  TIiptv'   i**   'irinther. rc'iKO'.1    -���������It.*.',  T*tm7-   -\Vilfn"������-     T   fr..*>l   _*ilin���������  T dread  that oLlier  bigger  storm  They, .'���������ay  will  surely  come.  Oh yes. dear friend,'.'thnt   storm   must  crtrr.fi  T  feel  it  in  mv  crlzzar'1.  Not   only   o'er   this   province,   but  A  great Dominion  blizzard.  But help from me pntthat dark day  Ton  must  not  crhm_.*3O0_.-. <.,r.   "...  For I'm  already laying nlans  To Join mv frlpnd H"ch John.  Tours for a   little: lontrpr.  SIFF0RD "CLIFTON.  THE RED RAT'S DAUGHTER  By   Guy   Boothby,   author   of   "Dr.  Nikola's  Experiment," .(published  by,  The  Copp.  Clark  Co.,   Limited.  Toronto.      Price, paper, 75 cents;   cloth,  $1.25).  Mr Boothby is by no means unknown in tho world of fiction, and  the esteem in which he Is held by his  fellow authors was well voiced by  Mr Rudyard Kipling .recently, when  he remarked: "Mr. Guy. Boothby  has come to groat honors nojy. His  name is large upon hoardings, his  books sell like hot cakes, and he  keeps a level head through it all.  I have met him several times In England, and he added to my already  large respect for him.''  "The Red Rat's Daughter" is probably the author's best piece of work.  It is a most exciting tale of tho endeavors of a young Englishman ot  means to rescue his Polish fiance's  father from political .imprisonment  on the Siberian Island of Saghallcn.  The love story of these two young  people is a most romanic one, and  the mystery running through thc  whole book is well contrived, and  concludes with an unusually cloverly  managed surprise.  ClTYOF REV___STOKE 1  Complete and ft. b.*_-_>'-.,  All About Revelstoke'  The Gateway to the Wonderfully Rich A _*_������������������������������������; J0iai<Het ol North  Kootenay and Canoe River.    Thc .S<*pf;*"i; Poin.1 for the  Big Bend, Trout fxue. Lardeau, -__.<���������������������������������<_, Al-"  berl Canyon. Jordan Pusji and Eagle Pan*  District*.  Business Men and ttujti-  ���������ncHs Houkcs.   The name. Occupation, and Residence of  Every Male Resident  in    thc    City.  Prico,  50 Cents  AnmiKSS :  R.   P. PETTIPIECE,  Revelstoke, IJ. CI.  Sntne  stares.  people's   eye.**     an;, a pair   of  a   mile  of  ," 1. '���������  )������riif;*'  A.   11m,   ns   good  bachelors.   . _ .   , .    ..,������������������.������-  False    shirt'��������� "I'rVniv 'iro  mail's   bosom   friends.  ' A tunnel caved in at Los Angolos  and 11- men .were buried.- several  bein*;  rescued  later.' "��������� ��������� '"  Tweive A'ssumptionist fathers arc  on trial in Paris for conspiring  against the republic.  ; .It .js -propsed. jn Brandon to use  the wkater power of the Little Saskatchewan.  yrSfSi?7szr,s.  -*__'?__���������-_>���������..'  .-������- _v/w_/-. .-j* _.-  -7  -;>  X  >l _������������������_*,<   $   ���������_   i t, !_,  SON WD���������_S'  "'���������ifita-j- P_._3ic.  Hole Ag.tit for  -���������������������������������--������ ;_���������-:;_���������'  Revelstoke  Townsite  _I___apr, Fire and  Life Insurance . -   (Wire. Opro-He C.P.R. Depot  !'.!.*  ������������������k. ii-itl/iri-r;' Jobbing,  Puiir-.;.���������>:,_ Pipe .Fitting,  Tinsiuirhing Sheet -.on.  Work, Machinery lie-  paired.  Mining    Work    a    Specialty;-  --\    R.OBT. GORDON  Revolt tnlre c  \ ,T     "*������ j  ���������* -  '_*~*--r .  **���������������.'   ��������� -������������������*-.  -J....  Eta r*w 1   -u-i-.t-_.L_.jr*.   j-**-/1 ���> i
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CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD
' _"*_r-_;_tl   ordcr<   Immediately   Attended   to.
CU_3. It. MCDONALD, Manager.
ilC-ESZIE  AVE..   REVELSTOKE   STATION.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
_.
K.'D. Johnson returned from hit
trip tu CnlfjH.ry on Sunday night.
F. McCarty is h way in Vernon am'
will return un Friday.
Dan Stumper is busy or^-miiing *
Riilway Bi-idgi'inen's .nioii in Nelson.
The Ferguson Eazle is scheduled to
1 u st upon an expectant, public to-
iiiurriiw.
Mrs. S. F. W. Gainer and family,
left, on Monday morning to viuit friends
in Trail.
Hewitt Bostock. M. P., left for the
wcKt on Mondiiy's No. 1. He was nc
toinpanieil bv A. U. Thompson of the
Mail.
Owing tothediHlciillies encountered
fiotn ice and snow, contractor Ker-
ii>i(*hnn has ci'HK'il work on the Revel-
i-toke Skating Hink for lhe present.
J. D. Graham, tin* Atlin Gold Coin-
inihsioiier. cuim* in from Victoria tin
Thiir.-dny. and It-It again last evening
en route for Atlin.
A case of small pox \viib discovered
iu Rn.sslund nu Friday morning in n
funiily, which arrived from Oolville,
'Wash, the week before.
At Slrathcona, in Alberta, the recruiting officer for Strathi'tuni _ Horse,
tutik the whole choir, thu organist mid
the sexton of the English chinch.
It was 25 degrees below zero at
Golden last Thursday and was re-
por.e- to be' 53 degrees below at
il-ctor. on the .summit of the Rockies.
���A consignment of new Raymond
sewing machines just received at R
Howson - furniture store. Price $35
vit-h. Cull at the store and inspect,
them.
T. A. Lewis a employe in the C. P.
R. shops at Calgary and bon of Thos.
Lewis of this place, is one of the
Ciilgary .contingent to Strathcona's
Horse..
���A thing of beauty is a joy,for
ever. Call at Bennett's next house
east tif the Ccwho ��� block, and inspect
the handsome Drop Cabinet and other
styles of the celebrated Singer sewing
machine, Feb. 13-4t
The Enterprise.Brewery put up all
the heer required for Friday, smoker
and they drank lots of it. There is
Foniething practical about the kind of
patriotism kept on tap by Messrs.
Downs, Holten & Sutherland.
Tomorrow at 2*30p.m. an interesting
ceremuny will take place in St. Peter's
i-biu-ch, when Rev. Dr. P>iget will
unite in holy matrimony Mr. J. M.
Scott and Miss Stella Brown. The
choir will he in attendance aud thu
service will be choral.
C B. Harris, of Salmon Arm, father
of Chris ' Harris, who enlisted here,
joined Stri.thrntia _ Horse in KnmloopN
and went through ou Sunday's No. 2
as Acting Corporal id* "charge of the
contingent. Mr.' Harris is an ex-
meniber of the N. W. M. P.
' Referring to the recent capt ure of
the Decker forgers at Woodstock,
Ont.. J. D. Molson has informed the
Hkrald that he has received word
thnt the Molson'-* Bank plates captured
wilh the rest of the counterfeiting
plant were not finished, sn that no
forged notes of the bank could have
lieen pi in ted from them.
* There were no less than 00applicants
for enlistment in StrHthcona's Horse
at Vernon, of whir-h number only.la
���-������iild be taken. The Kamloops and
Vernon contingents went til rough on
Sunday morning and the men from
the coast yesterday. The Rossland
and Nelson contingents went 'right
through to Regina via the Crow's Nest
Pass nod Medicine Hat.
Among the Rossland continsrent of
Strut ht-oiia'. H*.i*se are Harold Dal v.
son of Hon. T. M. Daly, anil R. M.
Grogan, brother' of G. E. Grugaii,
editor nf the Herald. Mr. Grog-in
has already two first cousins nt the
front, Capt. John Grngnn. of the Royal
Iri'ih Regiment, with General Kelly-
Kenny's briginlf. and Sir Edward
Grogan of the Rifle Brigade shut up
wilh General White's command in
= . Ladysmith.      ._     . . ...
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6fasT\M   MPtus.
The City Council
The city council   met  as   usual  on
- riday.all present except Aid. Patrick.
COMMUNICATIONS
were received from J. A. Stone, Sec,
of Fire Brigade No, 1, complaining of
a false alarm on the 5llt and suggesting a reward of $25 for the conviction
of any perbon tampering witli the
boxes; . referred to F. W. <_ L. committer.
From Low Chong's lawyer, demanding damages for the forcible seizure of
his horse on the Sth by the fire brigade;
$5 was voted for the service and a
standing oiler of $5 made for the Hrst
team which arrives in future, to haul
the appal atus to thu scene of a fire.
From J. D. Sibbald complaining of
damage done to his property on lot 2,
block 00 by the ditch cut last year;
referred to P. \V. committee: From
the same enclosing a letter from A.
Ross, secretary to the mainland board
nf imderivriti'i's, which promised that
In thu event of the $25 license on in-
miumce companies being withdrawn,
the extra charge made by the companies would also be dropped.   Filed.
From Premier Semlin notifying the
council of the appointment of Aid. W.
Newman und "W. A. Nettle as license
commissioners, and Aid. Kilpatrick
and T. E. L. Taylor as police commissioners for the city.   Filed.
The furnace tendei_rwere then considered in committee of the whole and
Aid. McKechnie, Abrahamsnii and
Newman were appointed a committee
to inquire into the durability und consumption of fuel of the various kinds
of furnaces.
Aid. McKechnie gave notice that at
the next meeting of the council he
would introduce a motion to repeal
t.hebvlaw imposing the tax on insurance companies.
The council then adjourned.
SEE THE.
Lodestar Group.
Among the' Lardeau properties,
wliich will heiittraclinfc attention next
season, is the Lodestar group of six
claims, located opposite the Abbott,
on Haley creek, and adjoining the
Bannockburn. It. is owned by the
Lodestar Gold Mining & Development
Co., of Liverpool and Rossland, and,
S. S. Connautnn. of Kaslo. is manager.
The ledgt! has been traced over 6,000
feet anil is 10 feet wide on the surface.
Considerable tunnelling has heen done
to prospect the group, with the result
that the company have decided lo
confine their attention for the present
to. No. 3 tunnel on the Lodestar
claim, on which a force of 10 or 12 men
will be put to work as soon as thc
season opens. Tbe values of the ore
run from $58 lo ��180 and are increasing with depth. A shipment will be
made next summer us a smelter test.
Red Cross
When you have to purchase drugs or get a
prescription filled. Ses that the Red Cross la
on tlio package. It In a guarantee that tho,
drugs used are pure and prime. For not only
la It Important to havo puro druga, but also
prime drugs. Unfortunately .thero aro many
Inducements offered to manufacturers to use
drugs, which, although pure, do not serve the
purposo ot doing any better than those which
aro actually adulterated. Thcao are drugs
which havo been collected out of season, or
have been badly cured.
"We use our experience (of nearly SO years) In
examining < the drugs wo use. and you can
depend upon everything being In the prlmcst
condition.
G.F. Curtis
"THE DRUGGIST" .
Successor to the McD. A. W. Co.)
Red Cross Drug Store
REVELSTOKE STATION.
WANTED.
By a lady, bachelors' mending to do.    Char,
ges moderate,   Apply at Herald office.
TO LET.
The store lately occupied by F. Ahlln _ Co.,
on First street, cast. Apply for terms and particulars to _. AHLIN.
STOLEN.
The party who stole a puppy from tho rear
of my house, on Front street, on Feb. 5, had
belterreturn tho same, as thoy arc known, or I
will proceed to prosecute. <
EMMA LEE.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that all persons
having; claims against the Union Hotel up to
January'.lith will be paid by tho undersigned
and that ull accounts due to the hotel up to
the same date arc to be paid to the same.
H.A.BI'.OWN.
Revelstoke, Jan. 27. tf
Capt. Troup has been appointed
superintendent of the Koutenav
'���i* null system in place of H. l��.
BeasVy, who. has lieen promoted to
_*i _*-ci*-iit Stiauithnessy's office in
Muntre-il. Mr. Beasley was given a
big banquet in Nelson on Satiml'iy
a�� - -^nd oil. He came up last night
ird left for Montieal this morning.
E*.,-i*>*Im dy in Kootenay will be sorry
lo lo*��e. him.
Hewitt Bostock Interviewed
I Alt Saturday afternoon the council
of the board of trade met Hewitt
Bostock, M.P.. Ht the Hotel Revelstoke, and discussed with that gentel-
man various matters of importance to
this distiict. The chief point mentioned was the work tu be done thin
season by the Dominion government
in improving the navigation of the
upper river. It was pointed out hy
President Brown that Ciiptain Gore,
who was to have laid nut the work, at
Mr. J. J. Rov _ request, had not yet
been able to do so, and after some
discussion Mr. Bostock proposed . >
wire the departmciit with a view of
getting a cainp started miriVr-Cluis.
Hnlten, as foreman, at the Nine Mile
Riffle at once, so that Captain Gore
could Ik* able to go op and lay out the
work from the camp. The "questions
,-if obtaining Block 30 for cemetery
purposes, and of the Fiirwell townsite.
j we're ��l��o bi-oiiglit up.' Mi*. Bostock
promising to try and get these, matters
.sell I-.1 fur the satisfaction of the town.
A. vote of- thanks was tendered Mr.
Bostock for his courteous lie-trim; of
the wifIik. of the board aud the meeting adjourned.
From the Lardeau District
Mr. J. J. Young, editor of the Calgary Herald, and _���. H. Holdith, the
assayer, arrived in town yesterday,
accompanying a hundred ton shipment
of ore from the Nettie L. They will
meet here Mr. W. B. Pool, the manager, who was, expected to arrive last
night. Mr. Holdith is secretary of the
company operating the Nettie L of
which Mr. Young is one of the directors. If the proceeds of this shipment
are as good as expected, regular shipments will start vary soon. The coni-
'piuiy-have-a.rt-ge-ttinoiint-of-ore ready-
for shipment, and as soon as^ the railway now building in reaches the mine
there will be no difficulty in keeping
up a steady series of shipments.���Trail
Creek News.
La Patrie's Lament
Montrkal, Feb. 11���Hon.";J, Israel
Tarte is strongly opposed to.sending
Hiiy more Canadians to South Africa.
Referring tn lhe proposal to send
10 (XX) men. La Pittrie said last night:
"The country has already spent nearly
two million dollars to send two contingents to Africa. These figures show
what *i\ar is and what will be our
responsibility. If we are to take up
nil the conflicts of Europe instead of
duveloping our resources and improving our country we will spend our
money in armaments for wars in
which Canada has no direct interest.'
If you want to get fat-
LONG'S DUBLIN STOUT AND ALE
R-CO..M���-I)KD BY     '
BY THE MEDICAL PRO. ESSIO.
Onlcrs left with Mr. I'agut. Expressman, or by
malt, will rC-Civc prompt attention.
Goods delivered tree.
J. E. LONG, Revelstoke Station.
Annual Meeting of Shareholder..
The   Carnes   Creek Consolidated   Gold
Mines,  Limited.
The annual meeting of the shareholder! of
the above named company will be held on
Tuesday, the thirteenth day of March. 1900. at
lhe hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, at the
office of the Companv. in Kerel.sioke. B. C.
Dated this 12th day" of February, A.I).. 1900.
I.T. B_���**VST_P..
Secretary.
Telephone 36,
P.O. Box _5.
Savage Bros.
Second Street
THE
Family Grocers
....SAVAGE BROS, best to Inform the public
... and their patrons that they have added a
....choice line of FRESH GROCERIES to t-eir
....stock, and are prepared to sell at'close
 figures for cash.
War, War, War!!
In all its grim earnestness is in full swiiig.
Prices of all goods are STEADILY ADVANCING, especially in the matter of WOOLEN
GOODS is this the case,
" Forewarned is forearmed.-* Six months ago,
knowing that owing to the scarcity of Wool,
all; lines of'Woolen Goods would advance in
price before 1000; we ordered direct from the
manufacturers in England, $2,000 worth
of Men's, Womens' and Children's Hosiery. This consignmenthas junt arrived, and
is offered to you on the basis of the LOW
PRICES, which means that we can sell them
at about the pi-ice we ourselves should have to
pay for them
JAKES GILL & CO.
The Taylor Block,
McKenzie Avenue.
Selling at .Cos___.
Women's and Children's
Health Brand Underwear
Children's Lama Boas���
'   30c. to 75c. each.
M. K. Lawson, $M����
Porridge
Stuffs.
A Special Assortment Just Received.
A. N.SMITH
Baker, Grocer and Confectioner.
THE LATEST 'WAR NEWS
Is not in it with our.prices on '
WATGHES AND CLOCKS
CALL AND SEE
Guy Blrber, jeWeli..,
C. P. It. WATCH INSPECTOR.
-��~-4
Heel Rose Deeroo meets second awl fourth
Fridays of each month; Wlilte Roso D-*��r_-;
meats nrst-rUlayo'caqh mout)i,ln Oddfellows*'
Hall,   VlHltlnR brethren wolcomc.    ������    ��� ���   J ���
II. VAUNKS, .    T. Ei _��� TAYLOR, ���    i
Secretary. , ,, l'renldopL
~_."l-
LOYAL dRANGE LODGE  No. x.-jt:
.Regular incctlnes arq held,In tbe,
Oddfellow'H Halion the Third Frl."
(Uy ol each month, at 8 p.t_. sbarp." '
Visiting brethren cordially Invited - -
THOS. STEED, W.M.I
. Court  Mt.. Begbiei; .
I. O. F��� No. 34-1.:'
Moots In tho Oddtal-'
lows'Hnll.on the second*
mid fourth Mondays o(
ench month. Vlnltlna; '
brethren Invited to attend.
K.D.J.C. JOHNSON, 0. W.MITCIIJ*--.      ,
Chief Hunger. Kec.--**.
A. H. HOLDICH
ANALYTICAL CHEMIST     ,
AND ASSAYER.
ftoynt Hchonl of Mines, London.    Seven yeai.
at  Morfa  Works,  Swan-tea.    17   years  Chief .
Chemist  to Wlf-nn Coal and Iron Co.,   E_f,
Late chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  '
Claims examined and reported upon.
Revelstoke, B.C.
1 ""i -'
,_...������---___*._-_*���_..'H'__*_
iiCIAman
'. i   Tobaccos. Pipes, Cigars, Etc.
' J   Scientific Works on Mining:, Etc,
),' Mlnorals, Mines and Mining by Osbor n
.< .rroHpuctm*;,    Locating   and    Valuing
��� i      Mines���by Stretch. ,
" J   Handbook of Rocks���by Kemp.  .
'.,   ,1*rosuertlng for Gold  and   Silver���b
.,       Crake.
��� <   Stamp Milling of Gold Ores���by KIckard
4.4.j|,^,|,,t,^HH''��'��'����'.*.'l''t^-l^'.*��'f����
John D. Sibbald
-���_���-
Sole Agent
For the Revelstoke
O.P.R. Townsite
Wc still handle
FEED AND FARM PRODUCE
War. Notes.
The thoughtless. Americans who
nre, shouting for the Boers and wishing their success have not the slightest comprehension of the fact that
next to a defeat of the United States
th'e.greatest calamity to the United
States would be the defeat of Great
Britain " by tji_" ?Boers.���Loaisville
Courier-Journal, '">'���'
. At the same, battle a party of the
King's "Royal-Rifles were siii-rniindari
and culled uj.on to surrender. They
lefused and were shot down almost to
;i, aiaxt. '   .   -     ���
Scottish Canadian Group.
J. W. Westfall. superintendent,
came down recently from the Scottish
Canadian and states that the cuntrac
tors are now in 155 feet and thc ore i.i
improving greatly with depth. He
hrouglit away some very nice samples.
I He says that the lead is alio'it seven
feet wide and well mineralized, and
has improved very materially in the
last ten feet. He is well pleased with
l.he present.itidic-atione an the work is
prrfgressing very satisfactorily and
with such good results that in his
opinion it will soon he one of the
leading properties of, the district,���
Topic.
Fatal Accident at Leanchoil.
A fatal accident occurred last Monday week at Leanchoil, the.other side
of Golden. An Italian section hand
attempting to board a train in motion,
slipped under the wheels, wliich
crushed his head and the upper part of
.his body, causing injuries which
proved almost instantly fatal. The
body was brought down to Golden for
jnte__r_tjt.
All _ iirchsv-i delivered free of CherRC,
Fresh supply of flili every morning.
Careful attention.
Prompt delivery
.Columbian College.
New Westminster, B. C.
Thorough and Competent Staff:
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. Re-. J. F. Betts.
The only Institution In thc Province affording all thc advantages of a liberal
cdncKiion lo Indies and gentlemen, with rates for board and tuition within
reach of all Students arc under the rare of experienced and spoclally qualified
instructors. The curriculum embraces all departments oi a full College course.
Students prepared for Teacher's Certificates ol all grades. Matriculation and
Arts, a full course In thc latter.
Degrees and Diplomas granted. -'
Musical and Commercial courses, also Mining and Assaying. '    '
Physical Culture���Special attention given to backward students." Strict supervision observed.   Beautiful situation.   Satisfaction assured, i
Full course in Theology.   Special attention given to Hebrew and BiblicalGrcck.
Students pre|iared for a full University course.
_**_r~��pring term begins January 8th, 1900.
Terms:���Board, 110.00 a month.     Tuition, S4 00.     All fees payable in advance.
Music andCommerclal -ranches each J1.D0 a month.
T.-tln,  Greek,  Trench,   German,   Hebrew,   Science,   and   all English branches.
__-hojthand, Jypewj-ltlng  and Book-keeping.taught, by best modern methods..
For further information apply to-
�����*-
Rev. W. J. Sipprell, B. A.; B. D.,
'-' Principal.
Anthracite Coal...
���n For Furnace or Stove Use.
Price per ton for Stove Coal lelivered from Cars--$9.oo
" '���-        Furnace Coal delivered from Cars���$8.50
Cash Must Accommpany Orders.
F. McCarty, Revelstoke, B,C.
Draying and Express
: -ravin;?   hong-it out   D.   ITenrtorson'H
: tl myitis And  ex pres.  butin _������������������,  I   am
: prcpftrtirt to fin *fl kfnri_ nf work in my
: line upon shortent notice.
Moving- Household Effects a Specialty.
 F. W. McGregor.
Telephone J. Savage A Co.
Ap-cnt for thc   Celebrated   Morrin Piano.
-��   FIRE INSURANCE.-, |
All HasMt.*-*; of insurable covered &.
at fair awl equitable rate... &
LIFE INSURANCE^, |
J'oHf'Ir. ��� unn-.rirf-cihitil-,   guar- V
an lend value., oa��h loan values. *���>_
throughout the history of tho (J
policy. W
MONEY TO LOAN
on pood bnnlne.1-1 or residential
property.
*    FAYETTE BUKER, j
_   KcnU
M   Collected.
The Famous Crow's Nest Coal
Leave your orders at my office on McKenzie Ave.
TOILET
SOAPS
Finest Lines on thc Market, from
-renchv Knirlish, German, American
'   ' and Canadian manu'uclure,
CROWN LAVENDER.
CROWN GLYCERINE.
PEAR'S GLYCERINE.
CLEAVER'S GLYCERINE.
4711 GLYCERINE.
Fine, Fresh \"t hi to Castile; large cake, 10c.
FIELD & BEWS,    '
Unchelora of Pht-rmacy. '
NIGHT BELL.'
HARRY EDWARD^
Taxidermist
Deor Heads,   Blrdn. Anlmaln, Etc., preee_r-_   ,
and mounted. '
THIRD 8TI-EKT, EABT OF SCHOOLUOC-B
 : _*,'
MISS STEELE. ^   ','
Teacher of Muiilr, DrawiiiR, and Palntln'c \H
oil and water color.     French, Latin, Math-* -
mattes, .   \
Music 50 cantn per lesnon of one honr.    ,v :
_ tipll.i allowed daily prnctlco on piano ft*.
of charge.
When you reach Ferguson, B.C.,
Stop at tho	
Hotel Lardeau,
J. Lauqiiton, rroprlot'or..
Host 12.00 a day house In the Lardeau. ��_--
of cuisine service.���Finely equipped oar.������"
Choicest vines, liquors and cigars.���Head.,
quarters for minors and -lining men".���Well
lighted and heated rooms, neatly furnished'
Start a
Bank Account!
nnd seenr. your CLOTHES from
nni' up-todat. liiiloiinxeiii|i()riuiii.
We guiii-ntee yim u ppi-fvct Ht.
the best (jimlity nf Roods-! on the
market, latest fashions, and we'll
po easy nn your tmnk account.
We jfive you Ht. finish nml quality
and the work iu not done in eastern sweat-shops, (
R. S. WILSON
���Hr* ___-"_.._. __-���*-_*__- ���____".-.
I Repairing *
- Watches
t
4> That's our Specialty. Wo also corrv a
.{* line of Watches, Sllvcrwure, Gold nnd
4>  Silver Novelties; all kinds of Jewelry.
IBM. ALLUM,
J , The Leading
X Watchmaker nnd Jeweler.
X. First Street, next door to Hkrald office.
���*._". ���5��*riM'.
Crage^&-Mayne
Agents.,
Smelter
Townsite   ;
...'.....Revelstoke.
Agents    , , -    <\
Phoenix,'.Western, British Ameri-
can, London & .Liverpool, and
Globe Fire Insurance companies.
Pianos and
Organs
~ 7~N_fT-C~E. ���"��� -   ~
Notice Is hereby given that I Intend to apply-
to the Hoard of Licensing ConimlsBlonors.'.for
tho City of Itcvelstokc, nt thc next meeting of
Hald Ilonrd for n transfer nf n retail liquor <
license from me to Edward Coming, hold.by
mc in request of tho Union Hotel premise*-,
Itcvelstokc. ,
Dated Fob. Cth, 1900. "      * ���-,-���
;   . , It. A. BROWN,
NOTICE. ������<���    _
Notice is hereby given thnt 1 will apply,t-
the Board of Licensing Commissioners for tho
Ctiy of  Rovelbtoke,   at  the meeting 'of sat-   <
Hoard, for n. transfer of the license Issued .to
II. A. Drown and assigned to me bv him tor tlio ,
sale of liquors bv retail in  the  Uuton   Hotel
premises. Kcvelstokc; such trailsfcr to I* mad* "
tn the premises known as Lot 1, Moult 96, Plua
H3S,  Kevelstoke, temporarily pending the rebuilding of the Union Hotel premises, ���>
Dated Feb. 6th, 1900.
EDWARD COB-USf L   .
-- '  ' " NOTICE. ������   '   r   ::'
Notice Is hereby given that D. Stamper'is nV
longer  connected   with the   Brotherhood of-
Kailwny Uridgcmen, and  the Hrotherhood of
Railway  llriugomcn will   not he rcoponslbl*
for any debts contracted for by Daniel -tamper *
on their behalf after this dato.
,    , ��� THOH. GIL_-PIK,      C.
Mast-r.   -.
DANIEL FRABEIl,
Secretary.
-Revelstoke, Jon. 30,1900. ������
NOTICE        ~7! . '
Notice Is hereby given to purchasers of lolii
ln Block-A," Town of Revelstoke, Otherwise
known ns the "Mara Townsite Property," that
all instalments on account of purchase are tA
be paid to John D. Sibbald, Mara Tovrnilt*
Agent, and to no other person. ' -
*   J.A.MARA,
W E   hereby notify  the  smoking
public that the Cigar Makers' Union
, i
have resolved to permit members of
the Union to work in''our Factory,
and UNION CI_AR MAKERS are
now at work with lis,
���U��s^8ipiri-*��-i-*Sij 5--jv-
, ��� THOS. ,i_EE, Proprietor.
"TUNED AND REPAIRED
LESSONS ON    .
THE VIOLIN..
$7.50 a ton. Delivered fiom the cars.
"'"���c���"' John D. Sibbald
Newly Jiullt. Newly Furnished.
Lighted hy Electricity.
$t oo Per Day.
The City Hotel
Robt. Caley. Proprietor,
Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Headquarters for Railway Men.
Large nnd Well Lighted
Sample Rooms	
Heated by Hot Air and .Electric
Hells and Light in every room
Free Bus Meets All TralHs
Reasonable Rates 	
______h:o_r_in__ vioto_-ia__.
JOHN'V. PERKS, Proprietor.
Night Grill _e��_i In t'onneetlon for the Convenience of Guests
_X__>SU._]_i- BrttKU-, -_-W��.��*_��]&<_!,    Uo-So
_
For Terms Etc., apply to
Jas. Taylor,
UNION HOTEL.
Winter Goods
Skates!  .
Skates!!
Skates!!
Acme, plain and nickle plated.
Hockey, plain and plated.
Special Nickle  Plated
Hockey Skates.
With Puck Stopper.
Racing Skates
Hockey Sticks, Best Quality
Hockey Pucks
Skate Sharpeners
Curling Stones Expected
Daily.
-W. M��� Lawrence
Hardware. Tinware.
Stoves.
Jas/ I, Woodrow
"BUTCHER
Retail Den.1. r in���   .
-''_'. Beef, Pork,     .   ���:
, Mutton, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season...'.
All orders promptly filled.
xsMiSs.. rbyb_---?oke;b._.
Its! ���__!__-__������__ J
rTTTTTl
Clean
Linen
is indispensable to the
'well dressed man. We
are up-to-date ' in our
methods and make your
linen look like new.
Your collars are shaped,
properly and your shirts
fit your neck with comfort. We want your
work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Business office:
Two. doors eat^t Molsons
Bank,
\.f
No Chinese Employed.
2 ..
% Surprise Steam Laundry ::
X F. Buker, Proprietor.'
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