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 fftfJ^y t'jJU   AM/tA  /  _* i  _*i  -ISSTJ3I1X)   rrWX<3tt-J������-^W&ttl<Z ��������� mWttlD'3&^l&JDJiLrZ'S   _5__-TX)    SA.T"U"_-_X)^-.'3r������  Vol.  IV.     No.   9.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  NOTE AND COMMENT  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 ate offering. No room  here for many details, but  come and see for yourself.  When wc advertise a sale  of this kind the public can  rely upon its reality.- We  do just what we advertise.  W. G. R. Shirts  For (inly SI,00.  Neckties  Lntest Stylo*-*. N^'mies*. Patterns,  Great Rcdact'ows** ti> clear.  -."--.-'-.'  Ladies'  Undervests  Special Bargains in these.  Boots and  Shoes  Grt'iit  Bargains,   to clear  before  Pluck-taking.  Boys  Footwear  Just in,���������all sis*-**, hII prices.  All Christmas  Goods Left  we are offering  At Cost  Special Sale    '  of Crockery  We have derided to continue-our  Special Ciockery S>i|e for a few  dtiys more. Don't f.iil tn get one  of oar S7.50 Dinner Sets, of 100  pieces.   Best value in town.  So Kellie, M.P.P., tried to stuff it  down thn throats of tho legislature  libit ho has put n "Imiter mini" In Mf-  Slltbald's place us gold commissioner,  IT Kellie will invite, hi.s f i iends in tlie  Victoria government to take a trip  through the rjiirileiin with blip, they  will have a very different story. They  lhin.k out thoro that .T.D. Sibbald is  tlie hest caininissiuncr for luiiltliti������ and  repairing rniwlR unci trails the district  ever hull, while to hear them talk  about KeUlt'ii "better man" would  maK a yom'-hulr stand cut end.  Kollie_  popularity  in   the Lartloiui  hud waned considerably,  even  before  tlio last ('lection, as the polling retni'iis  gave    eloquent   testimony.     But he  could not run for a joh at wh'irking  niules out there now and he knows  it.  Under the regime of his "better ii'inii"  the district bus gone  back  five years  iih for means nf communication, roads,  trails and bridges are  concerned.    It  will take 30 men to put the Trout Lake  wagon road In shape next, spring.    As  Minn as ever  thu   snow   goes  till' the  only kind of transport available over  it. will be by pack train. ���������    The  wagon  mud from  Oinnplix.   up   Fish  Kiver.  nn which Kellie has caused  tluiiisinds  Of   dollars   of     the,   taxpayers'  good  money"   to  lie   spent,   is    absolutely  useless for ti'iiflie and  ore  is  lying at.  Camborne because, it  c'an 'get- no  i'nr-  Iher.      And ' these     roads   are   only  examples of every   government road  null trail in tlie I.arileaii,    This is  tlie  condition of affairs, which  Kellie and  Ins "heller 1111111" have imposed on   the  district, just at the very time,  when  it  seems probable that the  Liiirdeiiti is on  the eve of great development  in   mining matter**.   This is the kind of assistance   which   Kellie   and   his   "belter  num." the millers'   frier.d,   are  rendering to tlie pioneers of the district, just  when I here i* a  prospect  i.f  their at  la-t entering upon I he  leward of sheir  pluck   and   patience   and   hard  work  through all these long years.  It  is  "devoutly  to be wished " that  the gigantic intellect of Kellie. M.P.P..  will be able to see eye to eye with1 the  city."council   in    thu     mailer   of   the.  (J. P. It. appeal.against the assessment-  of.-, their, unvnsile.    They   are   basini;  their chief protest on the grounds that  by.  the    net     which     "governs     the  assessnienl.'ot railway properly no city  incorporated .since 1S05 has a  right lo  assess lands owned  by a railway  company even if merely held  for speculative   purposes.    This    clause   directly  conflicts with the tnu.iicipal act, and it  is teinarkiilile that before  the  consolidation of the statutes  made in JS97 by  Hon. Theodm 1* D.ivii* the sLatute made  no   such   uiiptirallelled discrimination  in   favor of  railway  towiisiu-s.    It is  quite certain that no legislature in this  province has ever knowingly consented  to such unjust legislation   for  the sole,  nenetit if the railway companies, and  one   would  think   that   Mr. Semlin's  government will only have to have its  atteneion called to the mutter to red i y  ,1.   At the same time the railway coin,  panies are certain to lobby against any  change in the statute  as  it stands  at  pies'ent and there  is  always a daugei.  in we in ltevelsloke know to  our cost,  thatwh.it for  the  sake  of  argument  the Herald must, it supposes, call Alt*.  Kellie's mind   may _ uddenly develope  an idea that it.will be extremely bene-  tieial to this place not to be allowed to  assess or tax   the  land  owned  by the  C. P. B.   here   for  townsite purposes  more  unlikely  Ihings than  this have  happened while   this place has beei  conflicting for  progress and  develop,  incut with its extraordinary representative at Victoria.  W������*_j^*.������������--������j������j-W^  GREAT DEPARTMENTAL STORE I  [ ..Our Great Stock-Taking Sale..  Another two. weeks from now will eee the close of this Great Sale.'and we hope you jj  ]i will not miss the special features, that-will -^offered you from' now on.    Don't expect to  read them all here.    The Store has many rich price attractions  not told  of in type, but  none the less pleasing to those who come to look around and find them at hand.  looks at tlio matter  purely  from hislTOTTT I Cfc   1IHT ]\C TUG 1(FY  own narrow 2x-l political  standpoint.   -DULLEK  I1ULII_*  lllE _VEI  February Pricesfoir Ladies' Shirt Waists ||  ���������-.-.- j!  We want more Ladies to see these fine Shirt Waitts.      They represent special lots jj  . made to our order for February selling.    In: every case the prices have been much less |;  ]| than we usually ask ior such good   qualities:     There  is  a  pleasing  variety of styles,!;  * fabrics and colors, with a complete range of sizes in each.    Let them represent the col- _  lection for Thursday.  Positions ,ire to be filled either to reward old supporters or secure new  ones. IC the city of Bovelstoko has to  put up the money for his dirty little  schemes, so muce the better. It never  occurs to his hidebound solfcompla-  eency that his action is an abuse of  the public trust. Not at all. He is  there for all there is in it and is perfectly well satisfied with himself at  that. Nothing the IikkaM) can possibly nay can make him any narrower,  smaller and meaner than bis own conduct proclaims him aloud front tho  very house tops,  Rossland Ski Champion Cl.allenfjcd.  I, Ole Satidherg. of Albert Canyon.  B.C., challenge lhe champion of the  Bossland ski club to run from Albert  Canyon from two and a half miles to  any distance he may require and return. I have deposited $100 in the  Molsons bank at Revelstoke, as a deposit. The race tn be run between  Feb. 1st and Feb. _0lh. 1000. for any  sum up to $1,000.       Ot.l! Sax-drug.  Bevel-toko, Jan. 31, 1900.  He Expects to be in Ladysmith'  Within a Week.  Card of Thanks.  H. A. Brown wishes to extend his  cordial thanks to the two fire brigades  and all others who worked so hard in  the attempt to save his property on  Sunday evening. Though handicapped hy the conditions under which  they were working the efforts of the  firemen prevented thc fire from spreading and saved the east end of the town  from a general conflagration.  Ladies' Shirt Waists  No. l.-Lndies' Printed Percale Shirt Waists, with  detachable collar, all sizes o"*-'-  Nn 2���������Ladies* Shirt Waists, made oE heavy English  printed  c.-i in brie,  detachable  collar,   in Hue ratige_ot������������������  choice patterns ��������� 'nc  No. '}.���������Ladies* Shirt Waists, made r.r printed P������|U*V  in assorted colors, new French back, all sizes $1 00  No 4 ���������White Piqu" Shirt Waists, made with new  tucked trout. French back, with yoke. Regular price  $1.7.-); sold at this sale lor .- $!_,>;  More f  About Hosiery \   ���������  Good honest worth in evcry.bit or Hosiery we sell,  has maile this the best Hosiery Store within your  reach. Buyers are always satisfied with qualities lis  well as prices  Good Bargains  in Boys' Clothing  <   >  Come with that boy of yours on  Thursday  morning  and let no clothe him with one of these Eeefers, Suits  or Ulsters.   On an average the saving will be nearly  one half for buyers from these lots.  o0 Buys' Norway Reefers, with storm collar, tab for  throat, well made and lined. Regular price $1.50 and  jj!5.00.    Thursday $3uP  '_���������"������ Boys' Two-Piece Suits, short pants, made of dark'  brown mixed Canadian Tweed, plain patterns, single  ffl  'breasted   coat,   neatly   pleated,   Italian  cloth lining., ������  pants linedwit.h heavy cotton.   Sizes 23 to 28. - Begn-. ���������-*  ��������� pi-ice -$"��������� -Thursday:...-.."...._.."...:'?.: - '��������� .'���������'"���������������������������...^ 00  23 Boys' Three-Piece. Knicker Snil. heavy all-wool  Canadian tweed, 'good, strong linings, well made.'  Regular price $5miii'$&���������_; sale price -.$100  Union Hotel Destroyed by Fire  Last Sunday evening at supper time,  the guests, of the Union Hotel were  rudely disturbed at their evening  meal hy flames bursting through the  floor of the dining room from the  cellar beneath. The alami was at  once given and first No. 2 nnd then  No. 1 fire brigade arrived at the scene  us promptly as could reasonably be  expected by hose reels drawn by manpower, one for nearly a mile.  The" hose at once began to play  the   Humes   but   the   fire   spread  so rapidly that within a quarter of an  hour from the lime of the Hrst alarm  it was impossible, lo .enter, the, building  any.more for the purpose of saving  anything out of it, even at the. sample  NOT t A CATASTROPHE AT ALL;  Buller Retired Part of His Forces With-"������-  out Losing a Man, in Order to Take-'  a Fresh Departure.���������British Troops''  Concentrating Round the Boer Posi-'  tions in Cape Colony.���������The Retreat is'  Hopeful in the Extreme, and There Is'  No Necessity for Any Dismal Fore-'  bodings.  London,   Jan.  31.���������Buller   told hls:  men  that they  ought  not  to think  because   they  hud retired from  their'  high positions that all llieir work was'  of iloavatl."   On the contrary,  in   hi  opinion they had gained the key of the'  road to Ladysmith, in which   place he'  hoped to be within a week.  Lyttleton's brigade is still on tho."  north side of the Tugela, and ��������� Warren -  did not lose any men in effecting hi-'  retreat from Spion Kop.  B.illcr's'losses on the 20th .and 21st  were   17- killed,   233" wounded   and   C"  missing.  LondonJ Jan. 30.���������History' pauses '  fin n time iu South Africa, jind the"'  pause will only end when Roberts gives *  word to move into the Free State. **  which he will be unable to do for two*  weeks at" least. It is not; known'  whether another attempt to relieve*'  Liidysiifith or not. With the troops'  arriving next month., he will have"  frotii' 40,000 to 50.000 g-imiding his'  communications and 40,000 trying to"  rescue Ladysmith. Everyone hAS--  agreed that more men must go.-, There"*  are 20.252 meti and 153 guns at sea and-1  ll'OOO infantry and 000 cavalry, prac-"  tic-ally ready to embark.- Tnerefor-e,",  all the government can give Roberta*-  is 40.000 additional men and 15 guns.- "���������  The bombardment of * Liidystnith*  continues. The shells, were directed.'*  loivards 1 hi residential portion of the V.  town.   Beuveeirmidnight and 4~p.nJ.-.'  . - i'"       *..u:i.i .*._���������_  _H"__SjS  Cups and  Saucers  English make, first quality, the  regular size,, only t'S cents per  dozen.  ������ ' ' ���������  I Seductions on Graniteware*  Tinware and Eitchenware. 1  i **  ������  A Six Day's Sale of every day necessities in the  Household;   The best time of the year to lay in  y our supplies.   It will be many a long day before  you will again find the equal of  these goods at  the prices at  which  we   are   now   offering  Tihem. ' 7' :  14   shells  were firedi,one  child-" Was-  killed and four prisoners woundeiU- '";_.,;-  Buller's   operations" havo' _.c"obc,'_1_*' -  men according .to-the .'casualties' al-  roum end.   The heat.was tremendous   ���������'*">  ^11   Hlliimiu^ .fcwv..,-   ,..<,.?.������.������._..������    ���������..  ndvVereived. -. The  total, casualties-1'  Granite  Ironware  Tinware.  Fresh  Groceries  A Carload of assorted Groceries  now being opened up- The most  complete and vailed slock now  on hand ever offered by u-. The  latest delicacies in town,; pome  of them especially inviting.  When vou feel like having something "for a change" drop in and  see our up-to-date Grocery line.  Wecan s-atisfy the mostfastidious.  We are Sole Agents For  C. B. Hume & Co.  Since  writing   the    above   a   fresh  striking pi oof of this  man Kellie'= insolent disregard of  lhe  wishes   of his  constituents- has   been   tecorded.     A  week ag" last Friday the city   council  passed a unanimous tesolution   recommending to   the government  the   appointment of J. D. Sibbald lo the position of police magistrale.    Now comes  the news, which is quite accurate, that  Thos. Lewis   has  been  offered the appointment".    The Bekald has nothing  to say  against Mr.   Lewis  personally.  Looking at him as a police   magistrate  it does nut consider him nearly as suitable for the position as the gentleman  rt cutniiiendecl by lhe council,   and it is  quite certain  that  nobody  in   Revelstoke ever dreamt of  him iu that connection until the word was received of  his appointment.    However, there.are  enormous possthilit.ies with Kellie.   He  her, ever something fresh and original  to spring upon this unfortunate  town.  With few exceptions his appointments  appear  to   lie   selected   with   lhe .-ole  iihject of showing the people of Revel-  b-tokc  that  he. Hie  great   Kellie,   will  make what appointments  he chooses,  caring no  more for  their  preleri-tices  or feelings iu the matter than the man  in   the  moon.   Seeing   that this city  has lo put up the salary  for the appointment any man   with   an   imprti-  dencu less colossal   than   Kellie   would  feel   himself    bound    to    respect   the  wishes  of   the   city's   representatives  a ltd leave the government to be- guided  solely by them.    But  these  finer consideration;*  do  not appeal  to  Kellie's  view of the Uttieas of things at all.   He  TINWARE    -  Graters   Urftliirs   1 in (Japs   Tin C-iil'S   ... ������������������������������������     Crumb Brush mid Tray ..  Tin HnstiiU'Sl'"''-"'   Tin I.Hilles ���������'   Tin skimmers   Pokers    ...- ��������� ��������� ���������  Tea anil Coftee Canbtor...  Spice Boxes   Fire Shovels   Fire Shovels   Fire Shovels   I.I pped Saucepans   Lipped Saurepans   1.1 ni>ed Saucepans   Milk strainer*   Milk Strainers   '.���������(���������landers   Steamers   Tea Kettles   TenKettles   Coffee Pots   CuffeePots   Heavv Dish Pans, 17 qt ...  Bread Kat-ers   liia! Oil Can   Milk Pans   Milk Pans   Milk Pans   Milk l'ans   Wash lioilers   Wash Boilers    Reg.  Prfeo  10  15  15  ' 111  UI)  Sale  Price  Kitchenware.  'kITCII-NWAUE  1 110  i -a  ���������_>  33  to  -������>  ���������H)  10  15  'Al  2 00  ���������1 '!&  Wire Soup Strainers   Wire 1-rviiiK Baskets   "��������� I Wire Broilers   5   Wire Broilers.    M   Wire Sink Strainers   1"   Wire Flour Sifters   I*   Wire FlourSilters   '*������   Asbestos Mats   I*"'   Tea Spoons, per dozen   20   Tablespoons, per dozen...  Id   RtovcI.lftcM   Hlltl'lll'tS .'.   Nail Hammers   Tai'k II am mere   Ki*!* Beaters   Em,* Whips.   I'olato Mashers   Fruit Press   (Jravv Strainers   Tea-trainers-   doilies l,ino������   Jiipaned lnist Pans   Japaned Du-t Pons   Ekk Poachers    Mouse Traps. J   Bake Pans   Bake Pans   Bake Pans   Fry Pans    Fry Pans '.   Fry Tun*   j Meat Choppers ,  Match Safes      Coal Hods    10  15  ���������ill  15  1!U  _">  3J  ������!  HO  30  90  1 10  ai  30  ai  1 00  12  IB  so  1 75  2 00  Kef*.  Price  sale  Price  JO  15  .    SO  Hi  20  ]fi  30.  25  .. '25  20  '_>  20  ���������H  ��������� afl  15  10  " 25  20  60  . 40  20  15  75  GO  GO  50  25  20  25  20  15  10  15  10  50  , *)<>  20  * 15  10  ���������     H  25  20  20  15  25  2(1  50  ���������HI  15  11)  20  15  .     25  20  30  '     25  15  i a  25  20  ������l  ���������_  2 '_i  2 01  10  .*  GO  50  C.KAN_T_ IRONWARE.  8 Quart Saucepans   '*!<: Quart Saueepans   ay. Quart Saueepans   ���������iw Quart Saucepans   8l| Quart Saucepans ...  8 Quart Soup _eitles   6'/*. Quart Soup Kettles *.  51< Quart Soup Kettles    4U Quart Soup Kettles    No.-l Trypans   No. 5 Frypans..;   14 Quart Dish Pans   ���������il Quart Dish Pans   3Quart Covered Buckets ...  ���������IQuart Covered Buckets ...  f, Quart Covered Buckets ...  8Quart Covered Buckets ...  in Quart Covered Buckets...  Wtnd-or Dippers    Windsor Dippers   14 inch Hasting Spoon   If, inch Basting Spoons   Hansini; Soap Dishes   No, 7 Tea Kettles   No. 8 Tea Kettles   No. 9 Tea Kettles    ll!4 Quart coffee Boilers ...  Xl<* Quart Coffee Hollers   ���������.fyi Quart Coffee Boilers   ���������< Quart Hire Hollers   3 Quart Itice Boilers   .(Quart Hire Hollers   Teapois    Teapots   Teapots    Cullenders   Food Cups   Food Cups   Wash Hiislns   Wash Basins   10Quart Milk Pans   1 Quari I'liddln-. Pans   \\i Quart 1'iiddinir Pans   2Quart Puddlm; Pans   ���������1 Quart I'udillni; Puns   -Reg.  Price  Salc_  rriee  and the fire brigade boys worked like  heroes through it all  to keep a constant stream playing on   the   dining  room corner of the hotel opposite the  Imperial hank and on the' bank  itself  and J." D.  Hibbald's  building   on  the  other corner. -By their skilful  tactics  and   unremitting   energy   they    prevented  the  flames  spreading, though  both the bank-und the, other building  were intensely hot and at one time it  was nip and  tuck   to prevent tbe-old  Hotel Edwards from blazing up.   The  efforts of the lire   brigade   were  aided  by the stillness  of  the air.  as   not   a  breach of wind was blowing, but they  were hampered on the other  hand  l>y  lack   of pressure.     Four hoses  going  at once were altogether top   much  for  a four inch  main, and   it   was   veiy  obvious that had a wind been   blowing  the brigade could  never  have successfully fought the fire with the pressure  at their disposal.    When the  fire  w**is  at its height the flames raging through  the large wooden building presented  a  terrible and   iiiipresMve. spectacle  to  the large crowds 7isseiunled~to  watch"  the sight.    Very little  was  saved out  of the building.     The  pool ��������� tible  and  i-sasjxjxs^^  slot machines were "rescued  from   the  bar room and some  of  II. A. Brown's  furniture, including a piano, was taken  out   of   the   family .quarters   of   the  bouse.   About Jjil.SOO   worth  of   wine  and liquor  was  burnt* iu   the   cellar.  The contents of. the  safe  were found  next day  to  be absolutely   uninjured,  which  suys  much   fcr  th*;  durability  of - the   Golden   &    Mcfjulloch   safes.  The house was full on Sunday and  the  guests   lost,   everything    escept    Unclothes on their backs.    II. A.  Brown,  the owner of the   building,   lias   !JStX0  insurance on it, $1000 in the London &  Lancashire. SHOW) in the Sun and $1000  iu the North   Ameiica.    Kd.  Corning,  who had   only  j.ist   leased   the hous-e  last   week   and   who  was  a   loser by  the burnt contents of  the  cellar, with  characteristic   western    energy    took  a lease of the old Hotel Edwards building on Monday  and  will open   up   ns  speedily   as possible.     Mrs.   Corbett's  kindness in supplying  reftcshnients to  the fhemi'ii at midi-igiit mid giving  a  general  invitation   lo  bieakfast  next  morning,   was  highly appreciated  by  the boys.  already received of the. war "are 0,522."  MONDAY'S DESPATCHES.     '     '     '  London, Jan. 2f).���������Gen. Buller's dea-1"  patch  to the War. office stutes'th'it^ \  Spion Kop was abandoned on-.account ���������  of the lack of "water, inability to h"ring-">  artillery up there and trie heavy-Boer"  fire,    lie gives  no   list   of casualties".'*  His whole force  has heen"wVthdrawiiv -'  south of the Tugela river, with a .view*"-'  of  reaching  Ladysmith   hy  anotherf "-  route. i ,.      ".  Outside of the war office, there has",  been no news ft-oiu the front}-    . ,    >  A special despatch from * Spearman*!*. *  camp,   dated   Friday.-and   supplying,  additional details of attacks on Weil"-"'  nesdiiy," says:     The   British made a"-  i"_orei-   successful     movement  today..-  They deplored to Warren's right flanlc"-  and reinforced the troops in possession..; ���������  of Tabanyama.     They were subjected*'  to heavy  Boer   shell' Are, 'but stood'.'  their ground nobly.    Part .pf General'  Lyttleton's  brigade  are extended-"cui'"  the plain   in   front   of   Mount-'Alice*.-  and���������wit hin-"-t wo���������hours���������scaled���������the-i.  height.of Spion Kop  uiV-ler a heavy-"  fire.   One rifle man. who reached 'tnii";  summit before his comrades,  proudly-^  stood on the top.  f-_f������_'4*"-WW^ -W***-*-*-^^  Our Ferguson Edition  To the Editor of the Hekald.  , Toronto. Jan. 10 1900".  Sir: We have been handed your  Ferguson, B. _. Christina, supplement  and are much interested in same, as  we like the district and have clients,  who are contemplating investments,  if possible, and if any copies still on  hand send us all you can for 25 cts.,  which we encloseheiein.  Thanking  you   in   anticipation   for  your kind interest in this matter,  we  are,  _. otti-s very truly,  W. H.tc. B. Co.  London-; Dec. 23.���������Open tatlc is heard*" 0  of theal/solnte necessity  of abandon-^  .  ing Ladysmith to its fate,   while. ������jort_J- -  Roberts reverts  to  the original  p*laii'  of an advance, over Orange river  upon '���������  Bloemfontein.       To * Ladysmith"  the'  ��������� disappointment must  be  very  hitter,    ���������  A despatch from the Boer, laager, near" .  the   town,   dated 21th. describes,thO-  gatrisonas very evidently preparing"���������������-,  desperate   coup   in   order to effect a *  junction     with.    Boiler's     advancing "-  at'inv.    It may be regarded'as   a.c������*t.'--  tainty thnt in thc confident hope.of .ail' -  earlv relief. ,White   has  been  issuing-'  evtra rations,  and   this  fact'has thus '  given rise tu an  exaggerated  idea  auto the length of time the ' provisions -.-  would last.   .  Bokk  Head  Laageh.  Ladysmith,*  Jan.   _3.���������The   Britisher's     dead    left'  on     the     battlefield   on'Wednesday,  tbe day  of the  fiirhting about Spion  Kop, numbered 1.500.'  London, Jan. 20.���������Intervention_ by  one or  more  of   the   powers against'  Great Britain is* more .than  probable.  The   whole   nation" suddenly realize. ���������  this,   and   every1   Loudon    paper   announces it inoi-e or less directly thrso  morning, and Great Britain has-called .  for her whole naval   fleet,lo be' made'  readv   at- once.     Germany." undouht-.  edlv." leads the ho-stile movement, I'Mth .  France*-as   a   strong; -second,'-    *������.v������"l  should  it be decided, to send  BtdlSSr ,  reinforcements   .and   to    attempt tot-each .  Ladysmith   by   a    movement  through the still  more difficult conn-";  try east of Colenso.,it' is extremely,  doubtful   whether the garrison.could'  hold   out ,long    enough,   as   such   a  movement', would   occupy  at least a  month.       The  Times  says  that, the'  most 1-nrefullV  planned  and executed  movement of the whole campaign bis '  failed, and it can be  hardly  necessary  to dwell upon the extreme probability  that we shall learn sooner,or later of a.  catastrophe almost without precedenr,  in our militarv hi.-torv���������a catastrophe, -'  . indeed, without a parallel, except  in"  1 tbe surrender of Yorkton.  !'  ___  BB_ jU.v'i;*^.^-:!*.'^':..';-!;;.  i.*l',it_f'lw._l_tn*''.  _-_.* LM&M* "^  '      'tA-w  ������"* *������*   Ji"'  ������V     VM U      Hi    J  ________________M-_H  Revelstoke   Herald  Published In Interests of  SeT-l-un'tr.  UhIomi, RltT Bcml, Trout IjuUo  i|ii������.il'-aet, Alhm OaiivoiiJoriliiii  f_.iwiiti Baiflc I'firaDistricts.  A   JOHNOOM       -        -       Proprietor  _   ������.mi x'mKIv  Journal,  liuhlidheil  In  the  i__n_*   ut   Hev_l������u-*>  ������������ I  the  surround up*  *��������������� *.m.cr.l-������-������rUl. J firfln..^   M w  per liieli when I ������������������*������.���������'.! _-*,_.*.'  A<l>e<tm<  ^..os. in  v. n't  Koi.ti*'u>.   ;ii{        i ���������,   ,  ^wf^i^rr'^^atWui^yo.,,-  ������j>ii ���������tittr.        .,._,..    \\-,,  InTltc   roncspoml  ���������lo ������'ui rail-on''*-'' ������. ,;;.,*,'",,   ilie ci'i'TUl  ������������*. .11  anv ���������������*���������'���������-������������������> ot,,   ll   o* ,��������� .���������������������������i* %rm-  Hi.*..*.'*,   end ���������i'-ii' *,,\\v  .,,,,���������,, imliiK ni'V'l-  ������*���������_���������������.     In nil c*������������* '"J Vr.j,,,u...i*liil. I������a   ������������t  -mm* mini   ������i*i*-.'ii;'������iJf   in_uum.ni".  ��������� xv__.rU*- (or puhlieitl"!.  Tuirili ill _oinii������uiilc_llou������  REVELSTOKE   HERALD  MOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1 A.I corrui-oml-inceinuil b. le-.ll.ly ���������"!���������������'������  ��������� on. .Kloof ilic P-U'ci' <'���������������>���������. 1H,,.������0������������������I .mill.  ^;X$Z^^���������^ ..������mo of tlai  t>_tti������ It f-ii ������l>l>������������r tn  Un-. Ilr."'A'->'*  aro the Calumet and Hcclti, ownod  almost exclusively In Boston, Other  companies have boon able to como In  on tlio Calumet and t-lecla vein;  um'tor the mining laws of Michigan,  which griiut ownership straight down  from tlio surface, boundaries, and  do not allow owners to follow thoir  veins slantwise under tlio ground, as  do tho federal mining laws. Tho  Tamnnic is a now company which  Is, -baring* tho treasures of tlio Calu-  uiot and Hoclu, and tho Vrunklin and  Kearsage are among tlio otlior principal   producers  In  Michigan.  Copper diacovarles wer*������ made iu  Arizona about liO years aso, and the  territory now produces uuo third us  much of lhe metal us Michigan. Tho  most noted Arizona mines aro the  Copper Queen, the United Verde and  the Dominion.  The* Montniiii crppcr mines are  situated In Unite in tho midst of very  largo fi/oups of silver mines, and  their oics cnny considerable silver  and very little gold; so it, Is commonly believed that they yield  enough of thoso I wo precious metals  to pay for tho cost ol' mining thorn,  leaving llio copper ns net profit. All  ihe Montana copper comes from ft  rocUuiglo two and ono-half miles  long nml ono inllo wide. The largest producing mine is the Anaconda  now controlled by tuasrorn capitalists, hut rccontly owned by Messrs  llaggln, Tavls, Hearst and Daly, of  California, and managed by Marcus  Daly, who developed tho property  and bulb, tlio groat smelling -works  at Anticondit.  CHURCHILL'S CAPTURE,  EXPERIENCE    AS   A-PRISONER   OF  THE BOERS.  4  ft  for  CANADA SHOULO PAY  In  the programme ot    work  the coming session of tho Do****1*-"���������  parliament, outlined by tho Toronto  riobo as lis idea ot what should bo  ^Cour federal legislators   is a  propOBltlcn thai parliament iUouW  kwume tho whole co*"*'^0.^^  adlah contingents sent to the aid of  the.emplro^South Afrlc.^b. m  colonial  conditions on    which    the  troops would' be accepted, **t-l*ulatl--  that   the expense- of equipment   and  of D_ssa_e should   be   borne by  the  _olo_le-*    The  Canadian   government  wise*  refrained    from    doing more  rh.uythlB. pending an exP���������������l-������t������  parliamenfa pleasure.    The --^patch  >rf   thp   contingents   was   tn   ttseu   a  ?rm a������tchlng of the con-tltutlona  no_era   of   the   government,   and     it  -������-__  clearly*  the part  of wisdom  to  ������nnne the  exercise of  unauthon^d  powers within  as  limited    a sphere  __  possible.    It   might    >������ave    been  better had parliament been summoned to discuss the sending of the contingents.    There   can     be   no   doubt  that It was better to leave to parliament   the  settlement  of   the   extent  of  Canada's  responsibility    tor    tho  maintenance of the troops.    Ihe just-  mcatlon  for   government  acting     in  the one instance without sanction of  parliament was  the urgency of    the  case,   but no  such   plea   applies     in  regard  to  the  payment  of tho  men  when on  active service.    The essential  thing was  done,  in  anticipation  of a dependence    on the subsequent  sanction of parliament. - The one essential thing was wisely left undone.  There is  little question  that parliament will authorize the  payment of  tha   entire  expenses    of  the contingents Canada has  given to the empire       We  have  sent our.   sons    to  South  Africa as  a free-will offering.  and they are no less our sons, ami  we ar* no less proud  of  thorn,  after  they reach the field of war than  before they leave  the' ship   that  bears  them to Africa.   The   measure   ot   our  loyalty 'to  the  empire   is  not  determined   by  latitude or longitude,  and  parliament   will,   wo   believe, be   acting in accord with the wishes ot the  ooue*-v it   it   decides  -that  our   responsibility  for  the  cost- of the  contingents   shall- not   cease    upon'  tho  landing ot  the  men.  but  shall  continue nn'til they'return to Canada.  THE RECENT BYE ELECTIONS  As was generally understood Lhe  supporters of llio government were  allowed an election by acclamation  In lhe four Liberal strongholds oi  Verchcres, IjIiUoiici tJoriniei* ami  We_t Ontario. There being only one  scss on of parliament before the government will be compelled to appeal  to the country en its general policy,  it was felt that, it was hardly worth  while to put up u Conservative can*  did'-to.  In Winnipeg, however, ID. D. Mat-  tin, the sworn foo of Mr. Sirton. hat  been elected in spile of the machine.  Mr. Merlin left no doubt as to his  position. Ho refuse's to servo under  tlio minister of tho interior and  will r.ot supporL rue present nclmltt-  i-U'iiUou on av.-j question which be  believes not to be in accord with tltc  principles laid down in the Liberal  platform  or ISOa.  In Slicrbrookc, notwithstanding t'.ie  despetato individual enorts or several members of tho cabinet, and  the brilliant work done by tho machine, Mr. Mctntosli, tho' Uonserva  live, was elected by a. substantia!  majority. In another Quebec constituency an independent Libera:  was elected over a straight supporter  of (he government. And if thesr  things happen in Quebec, how about  the other provinces, where Tarte has  no pull?  WOES OP  A  CENSOR  Is  Up  FOOLISH  FREE STATERS  1  One  of  the  most, hopeful  signs in  connexion   with   tbe     campaign   in  South Africa  Is the constant re-iteration of the statement that the burghers of  the  Orange  Free    State  and  Transvaal,   partners   in   the  plot   for  the   expulsion   of   the   British     from  the  country,   are  constantly "quarreling.     The   announced   disinclination  of  some  of  Mr.   Steyn's   people     for  further  fighting    probably    proceeds  from   constantly   increasing     knowledge of the stupendous folly of thei  course.     A   few   crushing   defeats   o  the Boers may materially change th  position of affairs, by causing man  _ of them to realize the power of th  Britlsh~et_pireri_The���������sooner    such  process of enlightenment begins  th  better.    The  war  will  soon close,  there   i.������   any   truth  in   these   storic  of disaffection   in   the   Boer    camps,  especially  when   a  glimmer    of   thc  real   situation   enters   the   minds   of  Mr. Steyn's constituents.   When they  -begin to blame him for meddling in  -matters which did not concern   the  Orange   Free   Stat*;,   they   are   likely  to endorse the statement of the Boer.  ���������who.   in   talking  to   a  Bechuanaland  settler, said there were three classes  in  the   Transvaal   republic���������the   Uit-  landens, who find all the money;  Mr.  Kruger  and   his officials,  who    draw  ft all:    and   himself and  his  fellow  hurghers,   who   get   no     money,   but  have  to  do  all  the  dirty  work,  and  the fighting.  "When this impression becomes  widespread and general, we may  ���������afely leave Messrs Kruger, Steyn  Dr. Leyds, and their relatives, In thc  hand, of their deluded countrymen.  There is no doubt that If these obstinate and greedy rulers of the  South African Republics had introduced good -governmental administration, the Boers might have maintained their peace and independent's  for' a. go������_ while.  He Is a Mighty Man but He  Against a Hard Game  as   in   the   present    war   between  Briton  and Boer, censor and  correspondent  aro  enemies,  so were    they  foes  in   tho  lato   war   between      the  United' States   and   Spain.   Theoretically the  only  mission  of  tho    man  behind  the  blue-pencil of censorship  is  to prevent tho  press from  giving  aid  and  comfort to thc enemy,    but  practically bo does  other things.  He  protects   ms   particular   army     corps  from criticism  of any  kind.helps out.  tho policy of the central government,  rees that ribuo of his private enemies  enlisted  in the same cause  aro  converted      into   heroes,     rewards     his  friends by shielding them when    they  are in 'error, injects his own offensive  personality into a  matter that should  becoldly olliciiil. and   in   general,   arrogates   to   himself   all   tho   perquisites and virtues  of Allah.    But, although  he  is  a king, he learns    the  proverb about tho uneasy head    and  crown.   Vie comes up against a corps  of active, inventive young men. with  quick-acting  brains,  who  concentrate  ineir everv energy  in one grand  effort  to   impair   his   usefulness   as    a  censor.     In   the   Spanish     war     the  censors  were beaten  horse,  foot, and  dragoons   on   several   occasions,     although for the most   part they    did  have  the  best of   it.   and   in   one  ol  the most notable cases, where    the>  were   outwitted,   fate   intervened     to  rescue   their  cause.     It  happened   at  Santiago  and  New   York.  When  yellow   fever   attacked     Shatter's   army  the censors were directed to prevent  -tbe���������slightest=-intimaiio__o.__.its____i  ister.ee   from   reaching     the     United  States.     _ust  why   it  was   to   be    a  secret nobody   knew,   but  the    order  went out   just     the     same.       Every  newspaper  man  on  the ground    had  the  story,   and   every  man   who   hau  it raved at the order to suppress th-.*  story.    The  men on   the  ground   for  the New York Sun decided to try and  COPPER MINING  Twenty   yr-ars   ago   Chill  furnished  nearly   one-third    of   all   the   copper  mined in the world,   Spain and Portugal one-fifth, and the United Stater-  less  than   onc-sixtb.   says    the   Fort  Steele Prospector.    In 18S3  tho United States led the production,   and by  1892 its  proportion had   been   raised  to   one-half.     Some   copper  is   produced  in Japan,  Germany  and  Australia,   but   the   ores  are   low   grade  and   the output  not large.      Practically all the copper mined    in    tho  I'_ited States comes from three dis-  tricte���������one   in   the  northern     penin-  aula  of  Michigan,   another   in   Montana, and a third in Arizona.      The  Michigan  mines  are   much  the   oldest: and date back In 1845.   For three  dacades  Michigan   monopolized     the  Industry   and  furnished   seven-eigths  to niBa-tenths  of the. whole Ameri-  A Long and Fatiguing March in the  Mud and Rain Surrounded by Boer  Horsemen���������The Enemy Not Cruel���������  A Name Not Very Much Liked in  the Transvaal.  I.k'iitennnl Uaurchill, tbo sm-cial  win" cui'icspnmU'iil, wlin went t'lom  KiiKluml with General Buller. writes  nu follows nf' bis expurleuc. as u  pi'lk-oner ut war nt thu Tr-msvnal  capital:  J'l'eloriu, November 'JO.���������The position ut' it primmer of war Is painful  and lmmllliitliiK. A man trios Mb  licsi to kill another, and Uncling that  In; cannot succeed nsks his enemy for  mercy.  tViiun the pilscners captured after  the dost ruction of the annoiuil train  Und lieon disarmed and collected In a  .roup wi* round Hint there were 50  wutindeil or hll-jluty wounded men,  bi'sldcs the more curious cttses lvinc  ��������� m the t-runa of lis lit.  , "Vnrwiirts!" said a voice, and,  lortniiiL' In n. miserable procession���������  twn wretched olllcors, u bare beaded,  buttered correspondent, four sailors,  with mriiw huts and "II. M. S. Tar-  Hi r' In Kolrl loiters on the ribbons  (III timed jnuntlnesR), some CO soldiers und vnlunleurH, and two or IIii-.m-  nil I way men���������wo siarlod, surrounded  oy   the  active   Itoer  horsemen.  "You need not walk so fast," said  a liot'i* In uxeullent Kngllsh. "Tnku  your time."  .mother, -coins: m_ liattess In  the downpour, threw mo n sioMlur's  cap���������one *������l' tho Irish -fusilier cups,  taken probably, near Ladysmith. So  l hey were not urttel, these enemy.  J'luit was a great surprise to in*.*, foi������  I had read much of the literature ol"  Oils land of lieu, and fully expected  every  hardship and  Indignity.  Our captors conducted us to :i rough  tutu which had been set up in u  hollow In one of the hills, and which  ivo concluded wns General Juubcrl'**  hcadiiuarlers. Mute we were formed  In line, and soon surrounded by a  Ijeardeil crowd of Boers cloaked In  mackintosh.  J explained tlmL 1 was a ipeclu'  correspondent and non combatant,  and asked to see General Joubert. My  credentials wore taken from me by u  man who said be was n, Held cornel,  nml who promised that, they should  bo laid before the general forthwith.-  .Meanwhile we waited in the rain,  and   the   Boers   (|iicstloncd   us.  My eertlficaie as a correspondent  bore u. name belter known than llkod  in the Transvaal. Moreover, some of  the private solidcrs had been talking.  "Vou are the son of Lord Randolph  Churchill?" said a -Scottish Boer, abruptly. 1 did no deny the fact. Immediately there was much talking,  and all crowded around me, looking  and pointing, while I heard my name  repeated  on   every side.  "I   am  a  newspaper  correspondent,"  I said "and you ought not to hold me  prisoner."  The Scottish  Uoer lau_hed.  "Oh,"   he  said,   "we   do    nol    catch  lords' sons every day."  Thereat they all chuckled, and began  to explain that 1 should be allowed to  to   play   football   at  Pretoila.  We tramped for six hours across  sluppy Hulas and along tracks deep  and slippery with mud, while the rain  full into a stuacly downpour and soiil:-  ud everyone to the skin. Tho Boor  escort told us several times not In  hurry and to go our own pace, anil  once they allowud us to halt for a few  moments. But we bad neither food  nor water, and it was with a feeling  of utter weariness that 1 saw the tin  roofs of Colenso risu in tho distance.  "We were put into a corrugated iron  shod near thu station, the floors of  which were four inches deep with  torn railway forms and account  books. Here we i'lung ourselves down  exhausted, and what with thu shame,  the disappointment, the excitement of  the morning, the misery of the pre  sent, and physical weakness, it seemed that love of life was gone, and T  thought, almost with envy, of the soldier I had sucn during the light lyimr  ciuito still on the embankment secure  in the calm���������all tho brighter after the  rainstorms, and arrows of outrageous  fortune.  Other Hours beside our escort who  won; occupying Colenso came to look  at us. With two of these who wero  brothers. English by race. Afrikanders by birth. Boers by choice, I had  some   conversation.  Victory, or Fight Forever.  The war, they said, was going we!!.  Of course, it was a great matter to  face the power ana might ot" the  British empire, still they were resolved. They would drive the Jiujjilsh  out of youth Africa forever or eUe  ngnt  to the  last man.  I could not sleep. Vexation of  spirit, a cold night, and wot clothes  withheld sweet oblivion. The lichts  -ind wrongs of the quarrel, the "fortunes and chances of the war, force1,  themselves on the mind. AVhat m������ri  they   were,   these   Boers!  I thought of them as I had seen  them in the morning riding forward  ihrouch the rain���������thousands of independent riflemen, chinking for  themselves, possessed of beautiful  weapons. led with skill, living as thev  rode without commissariat or transport or ammunition column, moving  like   the  wind,   and   supported  by  iron  finnsjj t.ut ic___ _n__a_-su_*n__hard ftUi-  Tesiament God who would surelv  smite the Amalekites hip and tr.i.rjn.  And then, above the rainstorm, char  beat wildly on the corrugated iron, i  heard tho sound of a chant. Th_  Koers. were singing their evening  psa.ln:. and the menacing nocr-p���������  more full of indigant war than love  and mercy���������struck a chill to mv  heart, ?o that I thought after all thn't  the   war   was   unjust,   that   the   Bof>r*<  Thc___  Revelstoke Herald  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  la tha leading newspaper of  tho great mining districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  the "latest mining, t el-graphic and local news, written up  i_ authentic, reliable and _Md-  _bl_ artlelM from unq_������-Uon-  ftbla Information. It ������n]oyi>  a largs circulation and Is consequently unequalled *��������� an  advertising medium in tbe  Seld la which it is ������u.llsh������_.  X FERGUSON  THE ROSSLAND  Of THE LARDEAU  Subscription |2!0 Per flnnUm  $1,25 For Six Months,  Strictly in Hdvance,'  L-at-deau  Fetfguson  Is the richest  mining district in B_it_5-.I1  Columbia  Is right   in the   heart  rehest mines  of   Lardeau'a  It takes a foremost place in  the race for prominence nnd  popularity with business  houses and ns a co_scq.ueuce  does more business with  those re .tiring printed stationery and office supplies than  any other printing   establish  ment iu Ktistern British Columbia. The class of work  turned out has beon pronounced equal to any thins of the  kind executed in the large  cities by much larger print-  cries.  Job Printing Department  Is equipped with the latest  faces in type designs and all  work entrusted to The Herald  is handled by expriencod  ���������workmen -who thoroughly understand the proper use of the  material at their disposal.  The Herald does not claim to  be the only printing house in  the district but it does claim  t_ be  Thoroughly Up-To-Date In  Euery Particular  Amd in a position to give as  good value for the money expended, either for advertising  space in its pitblicatioa or  for job printing, as can be  given Uy any other house ol  the kind in British Columbia.  Write for estimates and sam-  Now is tbe Time to Invest in fer^uson Real Estate  And Here arc the Reasons Why  You  Should Get in en  the  Ground Floor of this Rising Mining Camp  first  'is in the heart of llio mine** nnd so  situated that it", will always bo the  out fitting ��������� oint for all tho big shippers.  A glauou iir. t; map of tl e distiict will  convince tho most ski-ptiol of thi*?  fact.  Second  Tha   miners, and  mine   owners   will  nuke, their hci dquaitcrsat l\rguaoti.  Third  Next yt ar .Ferguson will have two  railways, namely the Lardo Duiuvin  and the C ,P.K. Both lines have been  surveyed itito tbe town, and tlio Lardo  Duucau are right now clearing thu  land for their new road and voi It-  shops, sideways etc.  pies of printing. All work  turned out promptly and satisfactorily. . One price to all.  No job can be too large or  too small for The Heralds  consideration. Special'attention given- to orders hy mail.  Fourt  NiiUiu   L,  ]!'jii    Shot  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS: Wednesdays and Saturdays.  The Skagway  hotel  has heen  destroyed  by fire.  The report that the remains of the  H. W. Newlands.inspector of land  titles offices, will arrive, in. the city  tomorrow to take charge", of the land  titles   office   during    the     temporary  late lir^thur Curt^^en7o������_d    absence of the registrar   who leaves  ous plans were suggested, only to be  discarded,    when     the    proper    idea  was  born iu  the  head  of one of the  crowd.    In  me cables they had  b������.-en  giving the editor  for his private  information   the   movements   of   various men  in  the field    for thc paper,  and   the   censor   was   aware   of what  was   being   done   and   sanctioned   it.  and   it   was  regarded   as  the   easiest  tiling  on earth   to   insert a  persoual  message  that would  at once  sug**'*st  yellow   fever.     The   next   cable   sent,  to   the   Sun   carried     the     sentence,  "Jack  Ochre arrived  yesterday."  Tbe  censor  passed   the  sentence  and    the  boys were elated.    "Ochre"  was yellow, and to the men who penned    the  message  it was pregnant with  si_m  ficance   to  the   home  oiuce.       A   tew  hours later a  cable  messenger  dashed   into   the  Sun   in   New  York   with  ine message.    The    cable editor  ran  through the stuff, and when  he c.-irne  to   thr:   stuff   about   John   Ochre     he  yelled   onto to   his    assistant:     "Who  the   devil   is   Ochre?"   "Oh.   he'.-?   one  of   those., new   guys   hired     for    lhe  war,  I  guess,"   was the answer.    Tho  upper   ottice   was     gravely     notineti  that   "Mr.   Ochre   had     reached     thn  scene  of  his   operations  at  Santiago.  "Another   bull   by  the  cahlc    people.  No such man  as Ochre on the paper.  Must mean somebody else. No;   don't  bother  asking  for a eorrection.    It's  all right."    That was    thc only comment.     Three   days    later   the   stnry  broka out. in another way,  and  then  some men who had road the "Ochre"  cable hegan to think.    A.  w<'*>k  later  thc  men in Santiago  said   things    in  a letter about  the wasting of effort.  The  censor  was   beaten,    and     then  again he wasn't.  get the story   out   by   strategy.   Vari-     were  bettpr  men   than   wc.   that Hea  ven was aealnsi u������. that Larlysnili  Mafeking and Klinbeifely would rail,  thax the Kstcourt garrison would  perish, that foreign powers would intervene, that we should los'.* South  Africa, and ih.it would b*> thr* b������-:''n-  r.in_   of   thu  unci.  Ho for the tlmo "I deapisr-d of ������������������.,-  empire, nor was It, nil the morninir  sun philosophy of death from t!:.-  strings all the warmer aft*������r the rhill  ���������struck in through thr* windows rh.i  thin*?.'* reiisKurned their trur- color"  and proportions.  WT.VSTON'  CHTJR'JHTi.lj.  A   WAKNTNO-   TO    I.OVEHS  Hagcrstown, met.. Jan. _u.��������� __���������  Sunday evening Miss Uellc Weunll.  who Uvea in the northern part, of  this county, received injuries in a.  most peculiar manner, that will probably result family. A young gentleman of the neighborhood had called  on her, and during the course of the  evening tlu-y both fell asleep before  an open (ire. A spark is supposed to  have popped from the (ire. und ignited the young woman's dress.  When sho awoke her clothing was in  a. blaze. She ran to the pump in  the yard and attempted to extinguish tho blaze by pumping water on  her dress, but. in vain. Her recovery  is very douutitu. i ne young man  was also seriously burned ' in attempting to relieve her sufferings.  on  the   Ashcroft   trail   turns   out  to  be entirely false.  Hon. Judge Richard-ion and Dixie  Watson of Regina have received the  new medals that are being given to  those who took part iu repelling the  Fenian invasion of 1SS6. The Judge  was then colonel o������ the Oxford battalion whilst Mr. AVat_en was a  member of the Huron riiles.  Oliver Bunker.iho tw>tting stallion  owned bv McLaren brothers of Winnipeg, has been sold to Mr. Moggie  of Ulennoro. . Oliver Bunker has a  mark of 2:20. obtained at the "Winni-  .ppg T-idusirial two .years ago, and_is  one of the fastest horses- in the  "Wcst.  Medicine Hat News: Constable  Redmond. X. \V. M. P., last night  arresud two young men named Sinclair and Morris in the opera house  at the Coontown perrormance. Thc  young men are wanted in Malta.  Montana, for horso. stealig. They  wore taken to Maple Creek this mern  ing.  Napoleon Marie," aged -10, and for  seme years C.P.R. baggageman at the  Windsor station, Montreal, committed suicide by shooting himself in  the temple. Ho had been suffering  of late with dyspepsia, and seemed  quite morose, and this evening he  went to thc* Immigrant shed beneath  the station and put an end to his lire.  It is now definitely settled that  Colonel Steele will command Strathcona's Tlors-. The colonel is already on his way west where the  men will .be enlisted. Those who desire to join must present themselves  at some one of the following recruiting stations: Calgary. Mac-leod,  Lethbridge, Hattleford, Medicine Hat.  Moose Jaw, Prince Albert or Edmon-  d ton, In the Territories, and in lirit-  ieb Columbia at Nelson, R-vr-lHiok������  or  Kamloops.  ������c_ output   Tht> famo'tfs mines there ���������) your head.  Vou are  in luck if the lucky horseshoe  over  thri  door    doesn't  drop    on  Thc Regina Musical society ar_  being sued for 5200 damages, the  complaint being an alleged infringement of the copyright, in tho prcssji-  tation of tho Pirates of Penzaucc.Tho  so-jict.y paid a New York linn for  the rental of the scores and permission to present, the opera, find it Is  Canadian representatives of Gilbert  & Sullivan who' are bringing thc  action. i;  tonight  for   Eegina  to   consult ,'with  Premier Haultain.  Rev. Mr. Milliken, pastor of the  Regina Metuouist cnurcn preacneu  an eloquent sermon, last week on  the Boer war. The jjiastor took for  his text 2 Chron. 2, 34-35; "If thy  people go out to war against their  enemies by the way that thou shalt  send them, and they pray unto thee  * * * .then hear thou them from  the heavens, and their supplications  and maintain their cause." The text  proved that in .the oMen days God  did ��������� send his people into conflicts.  j\.   painful   accident    happened     to  little  Jqhn_ Shepphard,  son   of " Alex.  Shep'phard of R"egi"_a;^h^"th"<r_2tlf"of"  this   month.      Miss    McCready,    the  housekeeper, had some hot water    in  a pail on the floor and was reaching  for some cold water to put in it.The  little   boy   was    running     backward  across the floor, drawing a new  doll  carriage, and just as Miss McCready  turned  arcund,  the little    fellow sat  down   in   the   pail.     Miss   McCready  lifted him out as quickly as possible  and  dashed cold water on  him,    but  could   not prevent a  very   bad  burn.  j\s   thc   clothes   were    removed     the  blisters came off and   left great raw  patches   from  his  waist  to   his  feet.-  On   16th   January  a  Dominion  Express company was tampered with ou  the  run between    Moose    Jaw    and  Roche   Percee   (Soo   line)   and     |140  extracted.     On   Tuesday    Staff   Sergeant  Hefferman   arrested     Thos.   A.  Porter  at Moose  Jaw  on   a  warrant  charging   him   with   the   theft.     Tlie  prison������r  was  brought to  Reglna and j  arraigned  before-W.  Trnnt, J.P., and I  remanded until  Tuesday  next, Crown !  Prosecutor  Johnston   stating  that   he {  required   witnesses     to     Do   oruugfii  from   Seattle   and    raeoma.     I'orier j  has  been  in  the* employ  of the com-'  pay  for some  time  und   was  tempor-J  arlly   taking   lhe     run     rrom   Moose J  Jaw south. ;  Rev  Dr.  Carn-nin.   Methodist super- i  ���������ntendent, Indlgnintly denies tluu j,0 }  The Silver Cup,   Sunshine  TowEcr,   Tine     Fkf-iiH',  J-ioa   view, Old S���������iioinB, Silver Queen  _ilv ei' Jjelt The Horn L<-dgu Group  Bifj Fiv,! W-ij/'ier, Abboir, Floly  ' MostS Empire art-i other well known  pro pert ie**. are tributory to Ferguaou  and are nil withim "a raniua of 10 miles  of tho town-jite.  Hotxx   is   the   Golden    Opportunity  _7ext'g**umr_er may be too late lo got in at  ground floor prices.   Advice���������Act j-rompt-  ly.    _'_' '. '.  .       .  Ferguson       .......  Is  ab-olutely  without a rival in the Liir-' "'  dean District,   -  Lots Are Selling Fast���������  Spokane Capitalist.'*, ave ieueliiu������ after Fer-  ������������������usoii property and expect to pull out with  a handsomo return, as experienced _j them  -. in tlie eailv days of h'osalat'd.  Why Not Yon . .        '*  Lots sailing now nt from SI50 to ������'250���������  Choice Cotuers.  Ai'  information cau" be proemed on  plication  m  F. BUKER, Local Agent,  FERGUSON TOWNSITE.  _-6V_!lS'_okG   Hos_ii_!_iE fl       _r     !_)*_*  .   Maternity Room in connection.   .     VUlIUUIUll  1   Uvllll,  and Soo Line.  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine. kept    on   hand.  Ors.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs  The   Port Arthur Chronicle  is res  ponsiblo   for   the   following:       "Last  expressed   the  opinion  night's train   had a pa3s������nger  bound   that   the   war   reverses  for  th-j  limitless west  who  was one judgment   upon   tho   British  of   the   men   we   were-   cheering the aUrlbtitori   i(,   |,jnl   ov   .ne  in   a  .sermon |  were    God's |  nation, j  Toronto  The Revelstoke  Herald i****-"*- weeklyi  Hau more readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers In Revelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing in thc  city than any other paper; it's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; Its influence is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; Its subscription rate is only $2.00 per  annum; it covers the field. Try  It and be with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERAL.D,  Revelstoke, B. C.  other day. He wore the Widow's .Now**. 7Io characterizes the News'  uniform then, now he wears .lust or- story as a malicious invention, and  dinary clothing. While thr* con- says: J beliov������ tho war to be Justi-  tingent was at Fort William on tho fiablo. to bo necessary, for our em-  way cast this man cut throe buttons P'ro and for mankind. And I am  from his coat and sold thern for Jl '"Hy persuaded that victory will br.  lawful currency of Canada. This In- given for our defence of Christian  cidont ramo to the knowledf;;: of the liberty, and the highest civilization  major in command and that ollicsr for the human race. Britain is open-  chidctl tho trooper with ronduci un- ing the dark nontinont from Cairo  becoming a soldier. The major at to the Cape and extending a benefi-  thc time was not wearing his retti- clr*' sway ovor Africa arv we enjoy  mentals nnd Hie trooper told him to it lodny from Halifax to Vancouver,  seek residence in a foreign country. Her fidelity and moral progress are  commonly reported to be possDss-'d the hope of the world. National sins  of an extremely torrid rlimate. The we have to be sure���������but they - are  major reported the trooper, who wan being removed one by on(J���������and God  given hia discharge and a ticket to an I sea it. is helping us and' leading  Winnipeg." ��������� ���������������" on in their removal."  Undertaki-i*-** R_d Emba1__i_*������  F. Howson & Co.,  _A**_**__r_ _v_.  -_*r-*_e-**_a*frsto f__i r.  DIRECT ROUTE  East and  West  Ftrst-ela-s sleepers on nil trains. Tourist curs pass  ReveNtoke daily for SD  Paul:   Tuesdays   and   Saturday*  for  Tor.-inlo; Tiitirsdu'ys for Monfreul  ai.d Boston.  Kant  8*!>0....  K:*.*0   S;lli....  ������     DAILY TRAINS   leave- Revelstoke���������arrl re..   iirrive " leuve   To mid from Kootenay Points   leave���������KevclDtokc���������arrive..  v. _���������'  ..i< .i  ..IV _  TicketsTissned and Bajts-apro Checked  Through (o Destination.  Cheap Rates to the Old Country  Goi full particulars applr a������ !<��������� lime  ratPi*, and I"r copies of O. P. H. i n>,jjl  cations, address nearest local ������������������j,i-'i.. i>r.  T. W. BRADSHAW.  Agent. Ravel.-ifik.-.  W, F\ Axdkiu-on-, JV-Ison. Tr-iveli ur  Pa<*3--_ger Agent, *  E. J. CO-ttE.i'Assinaiit [General Pap  senger A���������ent Vanconvpr. B  ���������/_ [>_.,  m~-  ������  ;4  CAPTURE OF   SPION KOP  _tutlcr'3. iPhrase' "The Men are Splendid" Fill the British People with  Pride  Ottawa, Jan. as.���������Recruiting for  lyircl Btratheona's Mounted force for  -orvlco in South Africa will start  in Manitoba, llritish Columbia and  the' Mounted Police posts iu the  North West Territories, about February 1st. Applicants must be good  shots, good horsemen, unmarried and  between 22 and .������������������10 yoars of age;  height not loss than 5 feet (5 inches;  chest measurement not leas thun IM  incites. Engagements will bo made  under tho army act for Blx months,  with the liability of extension to one  year. Pay will bo tho sumo as the  Mounted Police until anrlval in  South Africa, after that tho imperial  iiriuy ratoB.  ft was reported last night thai  Captain Frank A.''Fleming, of thi>  Uovemor General's .Bodyguard, of  Toronto, and son of Senator Fleming,  will got charge of one squadron ol  Btrathcona's  Horse.  It is generally supposed here that  Colonel Sam Hughes, M.P., will get  a position on the contingent.  London, .Inn, %,���������Nobody here seomn  to know, not oven the war ollice, what  Lord Roberts has done with bis largo  ���������'reinforcements. ������������������ ���������_!_ thousand troops  awaited, his arrival at Cape Town  and since then t',000 others have  reached there. Military critics are all  "Hoping tha.1 a good share of these  I'J.OOO men have' gone to the help , ui  ���������  "  "��������� und they argue thai a  heavily General -Buller has been reinforced, buL those having certain  connexions' with tlio war ollice are  Diitlsiied that General utitier will'  have us many uiuru men us lie may  need  to muKo his work eusier.  Spion' Kop Abundoiied  London, Jan. _U.���������\i.i:iu a.ni. -..u.  War onice lluti jiui-L pu.iuil luc i-jt._..-  luii ueuptileii Lroiti uouerai ���������ouin.,  ciiuiiliuall'S Oui-.p, '-iiui'-.iay, ���������jiiuu-  iiiy iJutll, upon: "Uoitoi-i \.'iiiieua  gtirriuon, j.''imi son./ to say, uuu.n-  UuliuU   bpion  ivop   aiuiiid   tuc   -ii_iii.   ; u   BTUATHCUNA'S' J.-lOVlSn  Ottawa Selected as tiiu Puliu of Concentration for. thu .Ueglii-em.  ��������� Otluwa, Jan. __.���������li Is ijroijjiljiis li'.ui  >li_- point ui; coi*iCi.*i._.iiiuti ul' i:ie  Btri-ttieuuit. coiiUiigoni win uu uuiiv/u.  ���������.'oinptruller Fruci Wluiu, >\'iiO hum  ctiur_u ul securin-,' tlie nursi..-* in llm  went, Hindu this sti__uanon  iniiiiiiry auihoriUuH, and It  Itivorauly uiiiuriait.ou.  to', bring reeruiis    aim  lo lllC*  lias "Uuco  M'liu' icieu IM  horses uani. m  ihe car louit when tlicy arc ready and  iiuve. .them outiitted and eiiuipiieu  aim drilled'in...Ottawa before umDurli-  bitf   tit   Halifax, ���������������������������   Theru   '  PROPOSED  CONCILIATION  is  Ciuiieral  Buller ...._     duys  more will make him stronir  to   overcome     the     deitilloulc.  few  enough  Sfare4^0^op^.u-anndU..s  he_vy   V-*S'>t',.,!S    "'^ilSuni  ���������15.���������The Urltlah losses  killed, wounded ami  lo   General   Bul-  and  sci't  pests  expected  to   destroy  the    equ  now  existing on  every  Hold  of opera  lions.  London.  Jan  up  to date  In    1'  captured,   according  ler's lust list, Is S.'JIG.  London. Jan. 25,���������The correspondent  or The Times at Modder River telegraphing yesterday says:  "Reports.; of deserters agree that the  situation of the Boers at Magersfontein Is bcconilng unbearable because  of the. camp b������ln_ in an unsanitary  condition. Kinte-lc fever Is spreading.  Vegetables are wanted. On the otboi  hand the health ot the'British camp is  satisfactory.' although the ground has  been exhausted by long encampment  the trees been cut down by in-  and dust storms."  London, Jim. -'5.���������The Times in a  special:; article discussing the recent  speech ot 'Count Von Buelow. the  German foreign secretary, with regard  to the settlement Internationally as  to what constituted contraband and  what are the rights of neutrals says:  "Wc do not doubt that the over-  tures for full discussion of tho subject  if made in a friendly spirit and on the  _ rounds of public interest would be  frankly and'promptly accepted by the  British government. What better  '"���������work could be found tor the tribunal  which actuated the Hague conference  than.the work of settling the question  of  damages for seizures."  London, Jan. 25.���������A despatch to  ths Daily Mail from Lorenzo Marques, dated Wednesday, says: "This  morning all passengers .booked ��������� for  the Transvaal were stopped ' by r.  government order with the exception  of the Russian ambulance corps, who  . proceed by special  train.".' .  i ~"rirm    .tnn.     26���������The     jubilation  achievement  Tuesday  London.   Jan.     20  over  General Warren's  in  capturing Spion  Kop  on  night is chastened  by the realization  - ;..   only   provisional  from    General  exuellem  uucotiiinuduliou us shown In thu cast  of "_���������"������������������ buttury In uiiuwii tor this  being done. Parliament would bo  -Ittliig at the time and tho member**  would have an opportunity of _celni;  tho. regiment, niiiijllls'.ed bore. Lord  diruthcona, who sails lor Canada  shortly, will also be here by thai Unhand would have an excellent' opportunity of ruvlowln_ tlio troops "itul  making suggestions before they had  i'lnbarlied. Oltawa citizens may be  rolled upon to make tho stay of th>>  soldiers hero a. ploasanl one.  The department of mllllla has net  ,yoL llxod upon a steamer.'for "Strath-  cumi'H Own." Tho Elder-Dempster  people .report that the Montrose will  he ready In time and negotiations aro  going on. in regard  lo the  Monterey.  Dr. 'Borden says that the only  oHloer of the contingent so far appointed  Is Colonel  Steele.   o   STRATHUONA'S    ���������.__KS1_  \ .._!.   Colonel   Steele   and     Dr.   Mcl_acui*an  Coming   West  Ottawa,   Jan.   '11.���������Dr.   Mcliachran,  Of the "Vatican and  the Italian Got-  ��������� .    . eminent    :    .  Paris, Jan. 2a.���������The Figaro's Rome  correspondent says: There are many  comments in the government and religious circles in consequence of a  speech of Cardinal Capocolatro, Arch  bishop of Capua, and prefect of the  Vatican library on the reconciliation of the Vatican and the Italian  government, in which he said: ���������'Pope  Leo XIII was only awaiting a government capable of accepting bin  invitation."  These  words  are  of  great weig-lit,  because  the      cardinal    enjoys    the  omplele    confidence    and  friendship  of the Pope.  TODAY'S "BYE.KLKCTIONS  Wlnrdpee, Jan. 2(i.������������������Bye-elections  for the Dominion house In "Winnipeg.  Sherbrooks and Lotblnlere arc taking  Place today. A small vote Is being  polled In Winnipeg, not much interest being taken on account of Iheiv  not being any straight Liberal or Conservative eundldatos In the Held. The  prospects arc that A. W. Puttee. Independent Labor candidate will be  elected hero and Hon. John Mcintosh.  Conservative, In Shc-rbrookc. Twn  Liberals are fighting for the seat In  Lotblnlere.  '5 Bl  COMPANY.  GEN  WOODGAT13   DEAD  flit-ntl IMiU't'. Toronto.  Capital  Authorized,    -    $2,500,000.00  Capital  Paid  Up,       -        52,311,034.00  Rest, - .'-' $1,502,172.00  I THE MOLSONS BANK  fc iNC'ilil'OllATKU  I1Y ACT OF  PinU'.MEST, 1S35,  _H -������������������ -  ? HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  is in  from  whose  to     the  to Macleod,  High Rivet-  oast    from  that  his  success  is  as it- appears    clear  Buller's last despatch that the Boers  fully   recognize   the "*'"     ,m-  im-  the  Of  strategical  portance  of "Spion   Js.op,  and  at  time  his   messago   was   sent  olf they  had not abandoned the idea of recapturing  the  position.    Nevertheless   a  heavy, load  of anxiety, has  been  relieved   from  the. nation,   as   there, is  ���������a general expectation  that   as  ���������   the  British  succeed   in   keeping. the   hill  all   dav   long   they   will   manage   to  retain" it  until   Gen.   Warren   plants  guus enough on it to dominate    tbe  Boer   trenches ."right  and   lett.     The  best   informed   peoplei     realize   that'  General    uuiier     sun     nas     a tasn  ahead ot him calling for  the    most  ��������� dogged   persistence  and   untiring  attack   and   that   the   Qtmcuiue3     wm  increase as the position develops.  The   relief   of  the   tension   on the  stock  exchu-ge    was    very   marked.  Business   began   more   cheerfully   all  round,   with  an  _ upward  movement  under the influence of the news.     At  the war office and at the clubs  and  ��������� othor  resorts thero    was    a  notable  change   trom   the   gloomy    tears   01  yesterday.      The   appearance   of   the  news placards  on    the    streets  sent  crowds of people  into the war otllce  and  the  lobbies   were  soon  filled" to  suffocation.  Those at the  board   had  to read out the news at frequent Intervals for the newcomers who were  unable to approach   and each succes-  .^^m^^j^^lng^edj.o a renewal  of the  cheers.    In   the  l6bb~y~this���������was���������a-  question   often   asked:     "When   will  the casualties be received?"  ��������� London, Jan.  26.���������At midnight  thc  .    wa    office    announced   that  nothing  ���������further had.'been received from    the  front for publication.  Arrival of1 General,McDonald  Modder   Riven   Jan.   24.���������General  Hector Archibald. McDonald    has ar-  . .   rived; and  assumed  command  of the  Highlanders.  ��������� Spion Kop  ��������� General-Buller's phrase, "Thc men  are splendid" -thrills Britain with  pride and confidence. His taking and  holding ��������� Spion   Kop   is  considered    a  permanent   advance.     General   warren's opinion that" miles of   adjacent  '������������������������������������ Boer   trenches   are  untenable   is   accepted  by the  most expert observers  as'. obviously   true,    because  ��������� of   the  height of the position, although some  point out that it may lack the adequate gun 'platform to resist artillery  ���������flre from'two extended" sides.:    It    is  not  likely ������������������that"Warren  win   let   go  anything that ho holds and the news  ���������of further success Is calmly awaited.  Military    authorities;   recognize      of  course that in the 12 or 15 miles between   Spion   Kop    and     Ladysmith  there are continuous  defensive  positions' and  rugged   hills   and   ravines.  -   "'h'rch���������Jar;-outrange   Spion   Kop,   but  they   are sure   that  the  troops   who  havo turned   the Boers  out of  most  difficult places, can do it again. The  military expert    of  tho Times  says:  -    u   "It. is  exceedingly  difficult  to   arrive  at  any  estimate    of   the   advantage  gained.    The tactical object has been  attained and definite steps have been  takr*n in fulfilment of strategic plan.  It is nreessary to await fuller inform-  'atioti lief ore attaching any linduo importance to'the success ��������� thus far obtained.     At  least  thero  has   been   a  ' slearty progress."  Horo Reinforcements  Tho' Kildonan Castlo reached Durban yesterday (Thursday) -with 20UU  additional troops for General Buller  i ���������' and three troopships have arrived  from India, bringing among others  a regiment of lancers. Beyond these  it  Is  Dominion  veterinary., inspector,  the  city awaiting the    arrival  Halfax  of  Colonel  Steele,  in  company   he   will    journey  North  West.  Dr. McBachran had intended lea\-  ing for tho North West a few days  ago but cancelled his arrangements  ���������-s tho authorities considered it expedient' that the receiving of the  men for Strathcona's Horse and the  purchasing of the horses shall be  done .simultaneously. Colonel Steele  and the doctor will go west today.  They will proceed hrst  then to Pincher Creek,  and Calgary, working  thero.   o-1   SEVEN   DAYS'   FIGHTING  Has Left Many of the Boer Positions  Intact  London, Jan. 27.���������Seven days or  fighting has left many of Lite Boer  positions intact and General Bullet* 1  ���������irmy 700 men weaker, according to  the official casualty list which seemingly docs not include the Spion i-.op  losses, as those last iorwariled do  not mention General "Woadgate as  among the wounded.  _ngland is pressed by a depressing  sense of failure, although not a word  of criticism of her generals and soldiers is uttered. Not much elfort is  made to place a happy construction  upon General Buller's bare words  telling of Ihe retirement from .Spion  Kop and there is an uneasy impression abroad regarding the news yet  to  come.   o���������   London, Jan. _0.���������Advices received  from Spcarmans' Camp state thai  General Woodgato has succumbed to  wounds  received  at Spion   Kop.   o   'MOSTEUDAyS'   BYH     HLHCTIONS  No Government Candidate Has ������������������Been  Kleetcd.  Winnipeg, Jan, ill.���������Three bye-elec ���������  lions took place yesterday, Winnipeg,  tihorbrooko and Lotblnlere. 12. U  Martin, Independent Liberal, was filleted for Winnipeg by 111 of a. majority.' Little Interest- was taken In  this, election, many voters... refusing  to go to the polls. Puttee, the Labor  candidate, luicl over 100 spoiled ballots and has asked for u recount.  Martin only got the seat by superior  iirganlssatlon.' In S'herbrooke the' 2011-  lest .was. between Hon.-John M-cInto'sh  Conservative, and Lebarron, Liberal.  The former was elected by about 100  majority. In Lotblniere C. Fortler,  Independent Liberal, was elerted over  Boisvert,  Liberal,   by  170  majority.  BUDGliT SPEECH  An   Equilibrium   iu   Quebec   Finance  Quebec,  January  20.���������Prime  Minister   and   Provincial   Treasurer    Mar-  chand  delivered  his    budget    speech  last night.    He showed that for    the  tirst time in  many years there    was  an   equilibrium   in   the    finance,' and  exclusive of trust funds there was a  surplus of  $33,000  over  the  expenditure;    including the trust funds  the  surplus amounted to over $"50,000.   -a   UNKNOWN  VESSEL ASHORE  These garments arc new  and well made, but owing to  thc advancement of thc season  wc have decided to reduce  the prices, which will give  you an opportunity to buy  a Fashionable' Jacket or cape  at a very close figure  DIRECTORS:  II.   S.   Howland,  President  T.R.MoiTitt/Vice-Pres,   St.   Catherines  William  Ramsay,   Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Stayner  131 ias  Rodgors  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,     Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Princa        Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: ,  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll,  Listowel, Niagara Falls,. Port  Colborne, .'Rat Portago, Sault Sto.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomas,  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton. , ,  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 aud upwards received and Interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial, Municipal,  and  other debentures  purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������  Available at all points of Canada,  United Kingdom , United Slate.-i,  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  thc Yukon and Northern'districts.  A. R. B. HEAR.N.  Tifaringpr TJ������>vol������teiV<> Branch.  ��������� l'l'l^,'ill"T,l  . Cl.Ktlri. 'KiN,  PAID UP CAPITAL,      - - - -       tpS.OOO 000  REST PUMP - - - -   ������������������    -       SLbOOf-OO  UIIll*.i;Tc)KS:   W'M. Moi.sox .M.u.-i'iu-itjox, l'r������Jl(!"iil: '5.' II. KwiSi*.. \i  \V. .M. Ramsav.s.miubi. Kini.hv, Hhnuy -AnuiuuALu, J.I'   "  M. Ji.MM'i.ANn Molson.  !���������". WnKiEiiioN Thomas, General Munnictr.  liit#r**M. .*i)l"*'**'i1 h* '���������i:ri*'*ui  J.  D. Mill,SI IN.  MAXAOKII,   1(1 VHjV|.;KI*.   p. I..  A jjeiu'.rn  1*11 tlSS.  I b uikiii*' lnisiiii'.--s tiuiisacti'il.  Hi  ������_  V*  ii  3  _*  -.9  S  ���������3  3  ^.^���������U'Uiuf'U.ia^^  Sibbald  At Fox Tail   Point,  St. George's Bay  St.  Johns,   Newfoundland.  Jan.   2li.  News   has just been received    that a  large unknown vessel went ashore on  Fox .Tail  Point,  in   the Bay    of    St.  George, on Wednesday. January 37.  Her spars were all gone aud a lot  of wreckage was alongside her, but  she shewed no signs of men or boats.  More news  is expected.  rijjVGUE   AT   IIOXO_.U_.U~  Ladies' Heavy Cloth Jackets,  double breasted,' turndown  collars, in shades of black,  brown or navy.  Prices: $7.00 to $9.00  Ladies' Jackets, in black and  navy beaver cloth, double  breasted, silk lined, turndown  velvet collar, made ������; om the  latest designs  Prices: $10.00 to WS.OO  Ladies' Capes of serge and  beaver cloth,|high storm cob  lar, beautifully trimmed with  fancy silk braid  Prices: $10.00 to $16.00  WHIT S3.   GWn,_.?.M  sco r t  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Notaries Public,  rate.  Taylor Block, McKenzie. Avefnue, Revelstoke Station,  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J.  M.  Scott. B.A..  Q.  C. Ij. L. B.  F. L. Gwlillm  HASIVEY & McCARTER  '���������_ Bay  CALGARY,  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at .8 per cent  OfTlces:      Molsons  Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B.C.  J. W. Cross, 33. D.  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave,  ___**P*jra-.l'_WM MMH .__l!___-__  " ()l".i'������: ' Tjylor   Block, Miudccn/.-c    Avenue,  I'(-YUl9lOl(l'.  Surgeon to the O.I'. I*.  JIorLtli ofllcnr. City of licvelsto e.  ���������J:���������:8���������'YTEI������jVK OHUHCli���������Kofulntoke.  * t-iji'vicc ovei*i HiiMiuy ill 11 h.ii,. .uici Tmu-  p.in. ISib u c.'i'.__ ut, 2:.;0 p.m., lo which  all mi- \ri-.lrc_ui. Prayer i.-.iCtin������ ai S u.ni.  t-"dry Wediiiwituir .  ivIiV. 'C. MKNZIES, Poster.  LOKD   METHUEN  Recognizes the Military Art and  Valor of the Boers.  Loudon, Jan. 27.���������The position of the  British arms in Capo Colony is practically unchanged. Lord Methuen  forwards by mail the first olllcial recognition of Boor valor and milltary  art. He calls their tactics and courage "indisputable." In defending  lhe front attacks Methuen says that  the mobility of ,the Boers is such that  they can change front in 15 minutes,  and that a flanking position when  striking home simply meets at the  front.  The Daily Mail referring- to the  Boer resistance and what may be  necessary to overcome it alludes to a  saying of Napoleon that no position  could resist'300,000 men.  The Times publishes this morning  the following despatch from Frere  Camp, dat'ed .Wednesday morning, and  evidently written before the capture  of Spion Kop was known. After describing the position of tho Boors actively entrenched and bringing fresh  guns forward theicorrespondent says:  ���������'Their front ctxends 10 miles '���������'���������' ���������*���������'"  will have to tryj to break  middle. Every prisoner  -tbo���������Bo.irs���������-will ne.vei__.lct  Victoria. Jan. "iC.���������The steamer  Jliowera has arrived from Australia,  but .did not receive any passengers or  papers at Honolulu. The captain reports 40 plague eases there and ilic  seriousness of the situation . has  greatly increased. ' 'There; were '!8  deaths from the plague including one  white woman ot good c'iss. The,  city is in a panic. An armed mob  prevents the landings Ironi inter-to-"  '.'ind steamers at Hilo. ThIrty-fo.ur  hundred Japs are in quarantine,   *' \- '  LED" ASTRAY BY A SATCHEL  ONTARIO  FOREST QUESTION  and. wr;  it in Unsays   that   us ..reach  Ladysmith." This is their last chance  of preventing us, for behind this hill  lies an open country without a slhcip  minified position. Therefore they will  strain every nerve to throw us back.  ���������O-  Toronto.   Jan.   20.���������Mr.    E.   J.   Davis:  commissioner .of  crown  lands,  has-by  no  means  exhausted  his  list  of  measures   for   promoting   the   interests   of  Ontario.     The question of reforestiza-  lion   is   receiving   considerable   attention and  in the* course of a few days  ho hopes to put into operation certain I  measures   for    tho    renewal    of    tho |  forest wealth upon  lands  which  have  been  stripped   or partially  denuded  of  timber.      The  areas  selecterl   for   th-  purpose will  be    those which  are  un-i  suitable     for   agriculture,   but     whirh  with  careful   attention   to  certain   well  understood  principles can  be made ������������������to  reoroduce    merchantable   timber.   '.One  forest reserve has already been sold in  the county of Hastintrs and an order-  in-council  will  shortly be  passed    for  creating    reserves    elsewhere  in    i'n-  lario.   o *  John  Somft lime ago one of Marsh-ill's  mout c___mins young ladies slipped  anil fell on the stepping .stones in  front of her I'atheu'a house and sprained her knee. It grew so bad that she  thought it necessary to call in a physician. She had formed a dislike to  their family doctor, so her father suggested several others, and finally it  was decided to call the spruce young  man with a- homeopathic case that  passed" tho   houso   every   day.  They kept a sharp lookout, and  when he came along called - him in.  The younsr lady modestly raised her  .skirts and showed the disabled member. ��������� The little man looked at it attentively, and. then.:said:  "That certainly is quite serious."  "Well," said she, "what shall I do?"  "If I were you." he whispered. "I  would send for a physician; I am a  piano  tuner."   o���������=   V.UMAX  J-\.     dUIKl!  (JATIiOLIC   OUUROH ��������� Hovel-  Mtirtt   tlrat aijd ihiril fetumt!*.yii in  nioii'n hi. Hi:<*j0 ������ '>>.  KEV. FjVTHEH TIIAYEK.  S '8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in  Prime Beet Pork, Mutton, Sausage  tame m season.  Turtle  furnished  with   t'n_   choicest  the marker. titTorch.  Jjiquots and Ci-������r_.  hcuriii!iii������. lilies  Aionlhly iati*.  >3e-;    Winus.  Ij-ire-.-,  51    a  licht  dav.  I ieri Stone. &  RATE.   $i.oq   P~7l   D������v._  s  AljVATIliS .IUMT-M-ntlmj* uvorj- uli'l t  in llicir liall on. Front Struct  e  ;r>ofl '* ;l  Good acc.ii_.nif/Uauo-j. ���������  " welt supi'iie*}   with .-Hoicf ������"i  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching services at 11 a. in.  and 7:30 p.m. Glass meeting at tbe  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 cordially ixvjted. Seats free.  '  * REV.S. J.THOMPSON," Pastor*.  ROBERT SAMSON  f  liauor** and cigars.  ���������Si!"  Free B:.xs rYIeets All Train  Bro^vn   &  j"'.  Proprietors... ,  Pool  AT  THE   CLUB  Harold: That is Bessler, the famous inventor of the triple-expansion  engine," the automatic-double-back-  action-reversible-rapid-fiire-gitn, the  compound-electro-hydro-heated dynamo, the���������  llupert:     But he  looks   distracted.  Harold: Yes; he can't invest a  plausible excuse' to give his 'wife,  and he dasn't go home.  Qmr  an  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notlno.  THE- PIONEER LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  rionlTacto  for ,1otiViln_   taken.  -O-  P.EPORTED   DEFEAT  Buller's night Division Under  General, Clery.  New York. Jan. 27.���������The Evening  Journal publishes a report that the-  extreme right division at Chevilcy,  under General Clery, had been;; surprised by tho Boers. It says that  another portion of General .Buller's  force has been driven back beyond  the position occupied previous to ..the  attack on Spion Kop.  IN  THE  PHILIPPINES  Now York, Jnn.27.---A Manila: cable  to tho Herald says: '"'The war is over  in the   Philippines, ��������� no   runner   surrender can  bo hoped for.    Tho  ������ian-  ger*0ln  the present situation  is  that  a bloody feud may arise between the  ���������American'-Army: .'-anil   flhe   Filipinos."  This'danger can  be greatly lessened  by-the action of congress, .which    Is  now outlining the policy of the government "for tlio Philippines. It is still  likely that, many insurgents are still  holding out for the very terms which  congress will  be willing to give."  The time is ripe for a conciliatory  policy allowing tne Filipinos to  have some say as to the nature of  the government under which they  will be obliged to live.  NEW CHINESE EMPEROR  Shanghai, Jan. 26.���������The" North  China News publishes an edict signed last night by Emperor Ivwang Su  appointing as; emperor in ,his place  Put Sing,.,the; nine year old son of  Prince Tuaho. The new emperor  will ascend the throne ou Jan. 31.   o   SUICIDE   OF   CHINESE    EM_EI*OP.  London... Jan."'26.���������According to a  special despatch from Shanghai it Is  reported   ' there ' that    the      Emperor  "���������..^ x      ._-���������_  Kawang      Suphas      has       committed  not  publicly known   here' how (suicide.  Mrs. Haggart. wife ou Hon.  Haggart.__inistcr of railways and can  als-in~tlTef"late"gov"ernmeiitH8-dcad._���������.  Edward St. George of Water street,  Ottawa, was arrested on Tuesday ou  a charge of attempting to poison his  wife.  "Why doss Jim Todgers affect that  funeral style of ��������� walking?" "He  can't help it. He's been usher at so  many weddings.>'-'  An order in council has been' passed for the repatriation of the 10th  Prince of Wales' (Canadian) Royal  regiment, with headquarters at Halifax. This regiment is now the ^ein-  ster regiment, with headquarters' in  Ireland. -  Charles Chiminck, a - boy about  nine years old,- got possession; of a  revolver in some way at Edmonton  on Saturday and in company with  two other boys began to play witli  it. : As a result one of his companions, Arthur Richardson;'���������'.son of \V.  J. Richardson, was snot through the  forehead and died shortly afterwards.  No inquest was held, the death having  been  altogether  accidental.  The Toronto Ladies brauch of the  Red Cross society has raised sonic  $ 1000 for the benefit of. thc second  Canadian contingent, 'i'he fund is  tortile whole contingent and the Calgary boys will share in equally with  the. rest. The same society also  raised a considerable fund for the  first contingent. Any of our readers who have not contributed, and desire to do soj: will find the list at  the Imperial Bank.  President Lorenzo Snowi of the  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day  Saints, otherwise known as the Mormon church, has issued a proclamation concerning polygamy, which is  published'; in ..the Cardston Record.  President Snow declares that in accordance with the manifesto of    the  " was  unanimously accepted by the goner-1  al conference in October, 18U0, the J  Mormon church has positively aban- '  doncd the practice of polygamy or  the solemnization of plural marriages  and that any member of .tie-church,  who disobeys the law must be* an-,  swerable for his _ctions to the'tri-  bnnals of the 1a_d.  The dead  letter probably died at its  post;  The lack of money is the root of a  great many evils.  The trouble with tbe boro is that he  "n_voi--u*ouble_~himselfr^' "-"^ ���������"���������*������������������  The   wage*;   of   sin   alike   defies   the  "     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 children!  tervice; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days���������The- Holy  Eucharist Is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m., as announced. Holy_ Baptism  -after-Sunday school at.3:15. _. . _  "   E. .CI Paget, D. D., Pasor."7"  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  Ho  Freighting   and   Teaming  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at  .  o clock.  for Trout Lake Uity.   For particulars write p  CRAIG & HIL'LMAN. Thomson's Landins  hard times and  monopolies.  .  The work- of a carriage wheel never  begins  until it's  tired. ���������  About  the   greatest   drawback   to  a  man's  happiness  is  himself.  Tho  rich  and  the  poor havo  diffsr-  ent  reasons  for fasting.  The ' most  of  man's  contentment  is  due  to  his  ignorance.  Nature  is  the   mother  and  habit  is  the step-mother..  The unbidden-guest affords bis host  great  pleasure���������when  he  goes.  It's   as    hard   to    acquire    a    good  habit us It is to break off a, bad one.  The    automatic    welching    machine  gives  pounds   In  return  for  pennies.  What 'a woman   thinks   is  a   sandwich  with  st * lot  of  words between.  Charity   should   begin   at   home���������'nit  If It ends there  It Isn't charity.  .'Antiquated   wise: siiws   do   n'nt   turn  to   hiiwdust,   but   It  would   l.e  :i   ijuol  thing If hour- of them did.  ' Sometimes   a  man    never    makes  a  mistake   until   he  begins   to '.boast  of  b*  .The  man who has kept an  itemize 1  account  ot  his  dally  personal*  ses  for a whole  year; has    earned -ill  the money be lias saved.  Dolly:      "The man t marry musi be  handsome,  brave  and  clover."      FitK-  bones:      "Dear  me! :    How   for''!"  we  have met."  "What about the health of the  place?" "Henllh!" said tho resident.  "See. here. Since the town was started only ono man has died, and be wi'S  a. doctor." "What ailed him?" "lTc  sarved to death."  jVt a performance ot "Fnust" in  Cork, the gentleman; who enacted the  part of Mephistopheles was so; stout  that the trap door was too small to  permit his descent to the infernal regions, and all of his body .above tb"  waist wns still visible.'over the stag?.  One of the gallery gods, policing ...s  dilemma, exclaimed: "Begorro.. llm  Place is full!"  late  President Woodruff, which    was I     Quallined tn do it���������"Did you know."  _ l said   tho  tooth  carpenter,   looking   up  claims     a   population   of  f_a_-"***_-~-__S-_^  Send for     Copy of tho Third Annual Editi      .,       S  from his paper; jf'that the Indians  practised dentistry in thc carliftt  timco?" "I didn't know it." repber"  the man who had once sal in a dentist's chair, "but I. am not at all surprised. The Indians have alwny������i  '���������been a brutal and oruelrace." Then  he laughed gleefully, forgetful of llir.  fact that thero was still time for the  dentist to add 5s.; or 20s. to his bill.  Toronto  201,087.  ' Some women can see nothing attractive in this world without 'the  aid   of  a  mirror.  Fifty .of the artillery horses bought  for the second contingent wore left  at Halifax on Saturday as unlit to  be   embarked   and   li)   of police  horses wore shipped in their place.  One sergeant, one corporal and, one  bombardier and 27 men wove left  behind lo lake care of thc horses.  .los.   Simpson   of   Regina    was   arrested   Thursday,   the   18lh,   clinrgcd  by   G.   II.   Goodorhaui.    Indian   farm  instructor   of    Muscuwpetung's,   with  having   sold    liquor     to     an   Indian  named   Big   Sky:     Mr.   Mitchell,   Indian   agent,   acting    in   his   rapacity  of magistrate  for  IndianJ affair;*, and  H.   Lcloune,   J.   P.,  of   Regina,    sat  upon, the case on Saturday and Simpson  was found  guilty.    lie   ��������������������������� sentenced   lo   six   Month!)! imprisonment  with   a   line  of  ?200  and   in   default  of   payment,     nn     additional     three  months.    He will  also be required to  find  fitirctins  for  his  good  behavior.  As  this   was  his  second    offence  he  was   given   the   full   penalty jof  the  law.  According ,lo   a   British    sergeant  major of artillery,    quoted iu Pearson's Weekly, "shell dodging" on the  battlefield   is  quite 'an; art.    In ; all  his long experience, and be took   a  somewhat      -prominent    part  in  th  Khartoum   battle  of  last summer  12  months.    Ho  said   he  had only seen |  three or  four  shells  actually  In the j  air,   and   thoy  came   from   the   guns j  he himself ���������.fired...  He explained   that  thoro aro a few guns with a somewhat: slow  muzzle  velocity,  and the  men. firing those can sometimes catch  in.   glimpse   of   tho   shelly   in   their  flight:   but   it   ���������would, he   impossible  for  any  man  to  sec  a shot coming  toward   Himself.     .Dodging  shells   i-^.  done  by   getting under  cover  imme-*!  diatcly before   a   gun    is ./actually  .fired.  IC ITYOfReVELSTOKE  Complete and ftzHai-'.e.  All About Revelstoke *     -  The Gulevny to lhe Wonderfully Rich ._itf.-rrs} _?Urf>*j>' o) Sorlh  Kootenay und Canoe River.    The Sv.y.y^y Foinifnr. thn    ���������  lii'j Bend. Trout Laic, Utrdcau, (IL^uticaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan f'ass and Eagle Puss  Districts.  Business Men arid Busi-  nrss Houses.   The name, Occu  pulton aud Residence of  Every Male Resident  in     lhe    City.  Price,  50 Cents-  Ar-.-r.E3s:  R.  P. PETTIPJECE,  I"!evel*,tokV, 13. ().  T, L. Haig  Notary Public, _  Solo Agent for  "Tiiuhy**  _;  Revelstoke  Tbwnsit  REVELSTOKE  \f\M WORKS  Blaeksuiithing, J������*l>��������� ������ing,  Plumbing, - Pipe Fil! iug,  Tinsinitliing ^lu:et- Iron  Work, Machinopy Repaired.  e,  Work    a  DUnin*?, Firn a_d  _,if������ Insurance ..  Office, Opposite C-P-R. Depot  (Mining  HOBT. GO__r>  . RevelotoUe,-  Specialty Don't Suffer  With  Cold Feet  At Night  But got a good Hot Wat*. Bottle.  We have them, all sizes and prices,  r__gl__ from $1.00 to $3.26 each.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD.  Mall  orders   Immediately   attended   to.  CHAS. K. McUONALD, Manager.  McKESZIK   AVE.,   REVELSTOKE   STATION.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  Geo. Weldon left on  Monday  nigh  for Chicago.  O. D. Hoar expects to return to loivn  from Wiinbinglon this week.  W. H. Jackson cutne in from the  Mohawk on Monday evening.  (J. M. Field returned on Sunday  evening fioin n btisiiiesb trip to  Uoltieu.  Mrs. Jiickson of Greenwood, arrived  on Sunday nif*ht tu spend a. couple of  weeks with her mother, Mrs._.evi*cque.  Mrs. A. N. Smith left on Monday  inni-ning fur the home of her parents  iu .Manitoba, her mother being very  ill.  Dr. Cross has been laid up for a few  days with an attack, of la grippe, but  is iigiiii) able to be  around.  D. McCarthy h*ts the contract for  making alterations in the Hotel Edwards and ii now [iiishiug the work  thiuugh.  A fresh strike wns 'reported on the  Nettie L at the end of Inst week and  the Tuivser tunnel opened up another  vein last week,  Wm. Alexander came over from  Vernon l;i_t week to accept n situation as tiiH.nn.f'er hero for M. O'Brien in  the soda water liittory.  There are nearly 100 tons of Nettie  Lut the  J_:indiii������ and   A. H. Hoklkh  is   KoiiR   down   to   Arrowhead    this  week to make  arroiigetiieuts  about a]  shipment.  A social will be Riven in the Presby.  teri.in church, on Friday evening of  lhi.** week. A good programme has  heen provided and refreshments will  lie served.  E. A. Bennet went into Ferguson en  Monday accompanied by L. Didisheim,  the new manager for tho Home Payne  eynrliuale who takes over by the end  of the month.  It. P. Pettipiece mid family left  town on Sunday morning fin* PVrgu-  noti, where Mr. Pettipiece expects lo  issue tlie first number of the Ferguson  Bugle on Feb. Uth.  - If the party who carried away the  doubletree** off the Union Hotel sleighs  between six und Heven o'clock on Monday morning, will return theut he will  bave himself a lot of trouble.  *W. Fleming moved up Roy Smyth's  cigar store yesterday, front its" old  Kite on Third street, to the new stand  en Kit-it.- Six horses on the good  lo.ids fetched it along like, a charm.  "The O. P. R. are grunting a single  fare rate for the round tiip.tn the  Kossbind carnival. Tickets will be  sold from Revel*-toke from Fell. 12th  lo the lGt.li, good to return leaving  . Rossland up to Feb* lSlh.  Contractor Kernaglv-m got up the  twelfth bent of th- Revelstoke rink  yesterday. He is getting them up nt  Hhont the rate of one every two days  and will have the whole 10 up inside of  n. week from now, ���������  H. McCiillough, of Vernon, is in  town in the expectation of a recruiting  office for. Stiiithi-onii's horse heing  ������ipened here on Feb. 1st. There are us  many us 70 applicants from Vernon  and surrounding district.  The Trout Lake wagou road is reported in good sleighing condition  with the exception of the Hrst few  miles out of the Lai.diug. Over ibis  distance the road is in bad shape from  slide-, and numerous breakdowns have  occurred.  The plan of the opera house for the  Dramatic nnd Musical entertainment  In be given on Feb. 20th., in aid of the  451. Peter's vicarage building fund is  now on view at the Canada Drug &  Book Co's store, where reserved seats  enn be marked.  The Trout Lake trades committee  has registered a kick against lhe. a.-  they i-on.sider, too extensive rights  over the wnler running into bike,'applied for by the North Kootenay  Water, Light and Power Co. represented here by J. D. Molson.  ______I f__voii__.van __t n Ket_,fnt,__ 1 ri 11 k ���������  LONG'.. DUBLIN ALE and STOUT,  recoinmended hy the medical pri>-  fe**->inn. Orders b-ft with Mr. Paget,  expre.-snian. or l>y mail, will receive  prompt attention. Goods delivered  free.    J. E. Long, Revelstoke Station.  The election for the vacant sent in  ward 3 took place ut the otlice of th>-  city clerk on Monday. There were  only two candidates, S. Needlinm  having retired. The result of tlie  poll left P. R. Peterson ut the head  the votes standing Peterson 5'", Cav-  ley 25.  The guests and employee'* nf the  Union hotel, who lost theirclotbes and  other belonging--'ut the fire on Sun-  d.iv. _p>*nk very highly ui tlie gen<*r-  nn.s treatment accorded lo llicm hy  our Ib-vi'lMoke uieii-hiiiils. who furnished their whiiU of all kinds ut  a >-olulely cost pi ice.  A movement is proceeding in I'Vigti-  ������*mi to apply to tbe di'p.ntuiciit. of  ���������'i'uichI inn to bii*.*" I hi* camp made a  sehiml di.-trii t. B* Uri'i'ii | lie fnniilii",  hi tu.illy ri'siilnii; there mill thn-i* ll.���������>  will coii.e in next month tbei-i* will i>>*  fion)12 lo lo children in tlie place  within a few weeks.  Thos. Lew in has been offered the  appointment of police inlgintrate for  this city. The offer m-me in the shape  of n telegram from Mr. Semlin. M-.  Jjewi* exprf-sed a good   cWl   of   BUI-  iuise an to how the  premier   cmne   to  now   Hiiylhing   about  him.    When  yon conn* lo think of it it is queer.  Thewifp of A. \V. Shiirp. npi.ratoi  nt Ueavi'iiiioiit b. died very suddenly  1-i-t. week. She was taken .-irk on  Ki-idny aflcrno'in and died on Saturday evening. She bud only been married lour months* and great sympathy  '���������< felt in the little community nt  Beaveriiiouth with her bereaved husband.  The Imperial Bunk is receiving sub-  fi-iipUons tc the Canadian Patriotic  Fund, which is devoted to the benefit  ���������widows, orphans and other dependents  nf our Canadian soldiers, who may  lose ttiuir lives in the war, to the benefit of the soldiers theniselvef, who tnuy  lw wounded or disabled by sickness  and of their families and to the benefit  of the families of those serving in the  war. fciuhscriberH can indicate to  ���������which of these objects they wish their  subscription to be upplisd.  ���������A consignment of new "Uayuioncl  ewlng machines just received at K_.  lowson's furniture store. Price $!'5  ���������ieh. Call ut the store and inspect.  hem.  A petition bus been forwarded to  Ottawa asking the post office department to establish a money order ollice  at Ferguson.  It. U. Sterling of Victoria, electriciil  engineer nnd one of the promoters of  the North Kootenay Water. Power  and Light Co. went into the Lardeau  on Monday.  Next Sunday evening Dr. Paget intends to hold in St. Peter's chinch n  special intercessory service for the  soldiers in South Africa. The service  will follow the lines of that recently  held in St. Paul's, London.  Under thc iniinngeinent of -10. L.  Kiiiinaii and Jas. Currie, who have  secured n lease of the Trout Luke Telephone line, the system will be extended  from Conmplix "to Arrowhead, thus  giving uninterrupted i-otninunication  between the la Iter point and Trout  Lake City und Ferg'.ison.  On Monday night Sawyer & Need-  baiii the leesees. opened the skating  rink. The city band wns in attendance and rendered a fir.-t-elnss pro-  grumiue. The ice wns in beautiful  condition and wns crowded with  skaters, who thoroughly enjoyed their  Hrst reul skate of the season.  Dntil the new fire hall is completed,  the lire alarm box. No. 0. on the cor  net* opposite the Imperial Bank, has  been connected with tlie lower town  fire hall to be used in case the services  of the fire brigade No. 2 being required  at the upper end of the city. The call  from this box will display No. 0 on the  indicator, in the lower town   fire  hull.  Don't  Vaccination  To tho Editor of the Herald:  Sik,--I beg lo inform the general  public: through the medium of your  paper that small pox is epidemic in  Spokane, Seattle and the State of  Idaho. As this city is in direct communication with these places, the provincial board of health have advised  that without magnifying this matter  inlo a scare it would be of great advantage to nil to he vaccinated. I shall  be at my office between 10 nnd 12 ii.  in. and 2 and 4 p. in. each day to  vaccinate for the city free of charge.  Jas. W. Cross, M.D.,  Health Ollicer.  Hack and Cough  Your Life Away.  THE THREE STAGES.  HACKING  HACKING  HACKING....  COUGHING  COUGHING  COUGHING  CONSUMPTION...  CONSUMPTION...  .CONSUMPTION...  STOP* IT WITH  Mackenzie's  Cough Balsam  Sole Canadian Agent  Geo. F. Curtis  Successor to the Mel). A. W. Co.)  Red Cross Drug Store  '      REVELSTOKE STATION.  Winter Suits!  Overcoats !!  We linye a few Winter  Suits nnd Overcoats on  hand yet, nnd ns the sen-  son is well advanced, we  will sell them  At a Big: Reduction.  THESE GOODS ARE OF THE  FAMOUS   TIGER   HEAD   BRAND  The Sock Contingent Meeting  The meeting called by Mayor Smith  to discuss tlie sock contingent mutter  wns held yesterday afternoon in the  loilgeroom of tbe Oddfellow's hnll and  wns fnirly well nttcr.ded, the fair sex  being largely in the majority. Dr.  Paget was asked by the ninyur to take  the chair nnd opened the meeting with  a few impiessive und patriotic remarks, dipt. Taylor then moved,  seconded by Dr. McKechnie that n  consignment of socks, woolen caps  and jerseys lie forwarded for the use  of the soldiers in active service in  South Africa and that contributions  be asked for.   Carried.  On motion of Mayor Smith seconded  hy T. J. Grnhiinie the following ladies  were requested to. form a committee  for the city to collect and forward the  at tides contributed : Miss Paget,  Mi'sdames Molson, Baker. Ciili'y.Dent,  Hume, Hearn, McKechnie, R. S.  Wilson, Menzies. Thompson, Chas.  Abrahamson, Dickey, Flindt, Howsou,  B. A. Lawsnn, P. I-Iowley nnd Sibbald.  It was fuither resolved on motion of  C. E. Shaw, seconded by G. E. Grn-  gati that all conlrili'itiou. be sent in  on or before Feb. Cth, so us to be  ready to leave Vancouver by the lath  and that the secretary appointed by  tlie-lndifs coinmittee-be_ntked_.to���������the  names of all contributors to the local  pre->s.  Those present then sang the national anthem and after Dr. Paget had  offered a short prayer for the welfare  of our soldiers iu South Africa, the  meeting adjourned and the lidies of  the committee immediately got down  to work al n meeting of their own and  appointed the following officers: Mrs.  Molson chairman. Mrs. Sibbald secretary, Mrs. Thompson treiibiirer, and  furl her ai'i'iinged In hold another meeting at l n. ui. today, Wednesday, in  tbe Presbyrerinn church for the pur  pose of laying out the city into districts nnd appointing a eoniiuitlee. to  purcha-i' and pack I lie articles coiitri-  butted. Any contributions, however  Miiall. sent to Mrs. Thompson will be  greatly appreciated.  ���������TAILOR MADE  and a perfect lit guaranteed.  A. McLean  Kamloops Store,  Next P. O.  Revelstoke Store,  McCarty's Block  ���������.__ ___. + .__ . ���������H"__._._ ._���������__*���������-  Clean  Linen  the  We  our  y'-ur .1  new   -  is   indispensable   to  well   dressed   man.  are     up-to-date     in  methods  and make  linen     look  .Your   collars  properly and  fit your neck with, comfort. We want your  work. Satisfaction guaranteed. Business office *.  Two doors east Molsons  Bank.  like  are   shaped  your  shirts  War, War, War!!  In all its grim earnestness is in full swing.  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 1900, we ordered direct from the  manufacturers in England, $2,ooojworth  of Men's, Womens' and Children's Hosiery. This consignment has just arrived, and  is offered to you on the basis of the LOW  PRICES, which means that we ^can sell them  ,at about the price we ourselves should have to  pay for them.  Selling at Cost__,.  Women's and Children's  Health Brand Underwear  Children's Lama Boas���������  30c. to 75c. each.  M. K. Lawson, ������ask.5_������bi  AVENUE..  JAKES GILL. & CO.,  The Taylor Block,  McKenzie Avenue.  Porridge  Stuffs  A Special Assortment  Just Received.  A, N. SMITH  Baker, Grocer and Confection r.  Red Rone Degree meets second and fourth  Friday*! of each month; White Rose Degree  meets Hrst Friday (-tench month,fuOddfellows'  Hull.   Visiting brothron welcome.  II. VARNKH, T. E. t. TAYLOR,  .   . Secretary. President,  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. x6&.  .Regular meetings aro held In tho  OddfolIow'H Hull on tlie Third Frl.  day nf each month, nt 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brothrcn cordially Invited  '  THOS. 9TEED, W.M.  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F., No. 3461.  Meets In tha. Oddfol'  lows' Hall.on the second  and fourth Mondays of  each month. Visiting  brethren Invited tn- _���������������  tend.  K.D.J.C. JOHNSON, C. W.MITCHELL,  Chief UaiiKor. Koc-Uec',.  Guy Barber.  Ko Chinese Employed.  Surprise Steam Laundry  F. Buker, Proprietor.  +  ���������.  ���������4-  ���������^4++'f^+++-I**f++'l^'W-f++++'f+4  Telephone 36.  P.O. Box 86.  NOTICE.  Notleu It hcr'-hyulvi'ii thnt D. Stmnpur It nn  louxi-r i**>iinui:tv>l uilli the llrrithcrhiiod of  Kntluay Hr-idgf-tnen, nml the llrntherhood of  __tlwa.y HrliJifCniun will not b-*, re^p'in.slblu  for tny dubu coiuructed for by lianlel rituuipcr  00 their behalf after this iliitu,  THUS. GIl.ESf'IK.  Jln.iter.  DA.N'IF.r. FI'.ASKIt,  Secretary.  Ravel _r>ke, Jon. SO, 10f*0.  @  (Semi-Weekly)  fffti more renders In North Kootenay  than any other paper; hai more  advertisers In I'cvclstolcc than any  otherjutpor* does more Job printing  in the e.lly than any utlicr paper ; It's  ncwH Is more HpJey p-nd np-to-rlale;  it's Influence In s;r������ater; Il������ -dv������rtls-  Ing rates are IowchI���������elrnnlalioii considered; its mibxcrlpllon rate is only  }2.00 per annum; It covers the field  Try It and be with thc crowd.  Vegetables  Fruits  Produce   :AT:-  Savag-e Bros.  Second Street.  A Full and Complete  Line.  All piirchnici delivered free of Chnrsfo.  Kriiih supply of llsh every morula-,*.  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery  Write to  Revelstoke Herald,  Ucvclstokc II. C   WANTED.  Hy a lady, bacliRlors' mendlni* to do.  _cs moderate,   Apply at __u_l_> oClcc.  Char-  W E hereby notify the smokinff  public that thc Cigar Makers' Union  have resolved to permit members of  the Union to work in our Factory,  ar.d UNION CKIAR MAKERS aro  now at work with us,  y@S_@5Qir^   ���������   (_%*_*[<*  THOS. LEE, Proprietor.  Watchmaker  and  Jeweller.  IC. J. Aman 1  4. Tobaccos. Pipes, Cigars, Etc.         ������f*  ������ Scientific Works on Mining, Etc.,   ������  J Mlnoriils, Mines and Mining by Osliorn   ������*.  ���������$������ FrospeetuiK,    Locating   mid    Valuing  4>  j* Mines���������by Stretch.                                      **>  "j* Handbook of Rocks���������by Kemp.                  ������  4, ]'rosiiectiiiR for  Gold   and    Silver���������b    a.  I Crake.                                                            ^.  $ Stamp Milling of Gold Ores���������bvliickard  <!���������  + t  ���������f'fr'T'T"I"f'*F'f'f'*r'f'f'f'V'I''T''*f''f'f'f'f'f''t'--f''I*-{'  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST '  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven year*  ul   Morfu   Works, Swansea.     17   years  Chi������f  Obemtst  to Wlgan Coal and Iron Co.,   Kng.  Late Chemist nnd Ansayer, Hull Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and roportcd upon.     >  ,    Revelstoke, B.C.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Deer Heads, -birds, Animals, Etc., presorre-  and mounted.  TIIIKf) S*ntEI'-T. _ASTOFSCnoOLIIOL*BB  McKenzie Ave.  Repair Department In chare'!.ol _,v'N. Doyle,���������a specialist.  \'  John D. Sifebald  .-*���������������-  Sole Agent  For the Revelstoke  TOILET  SOAPS  Finest Lines on the Market, from  French, Kn-^lisli, German, American  and Canadian iniiniifticlnre.  CROWN LAVENDER.  CROWN GLYCERINE.  PEAR'S GLYCERINE.  CLEAVER'S GLYCERINE.   .  4711 GLYCERINE.  Fine, fresh White Cuslile; larce cake, inc.  FIELD & BEWS,  Hachtilorri ol Pliarmnt'y.  XIGIIT HBLI..  C.P.R. Townsite  ..Golumfoian College  New Westminster, B. C.  Thorough and Competent Staff:  Rev. W. J. Sipprell, 13. A., B. D., Principal.  Prof. R. W. Suter, B. A.. Registrar.  Miss S. E. Springer, Lady Principal.  Mrs. W. J. Sipprell.  Mrs. Rev. J. F. Betts.  The only institution in tbo Province affording all thc advantages of a liberal  education to ladies and gentlemen, with rates for board and tuition within  reach of all. Students are under the care of experienced and speclallv qualified  in.-tniciors. Tbo currleulnm embraces all departments oi a full College course.  Students nrcparcd for Teacher's Certificates of all grades. Matriculation and  Arts, a full course In the latter  I)'*-*ree.- 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.  Full course in Theology.   Special attention given lo Hebrew and Biblical Creek.  Students prepared for a full University course.  C_r~Spr!ng term begins January 8th, 1900.  Terras:���������Hoard, fis.ufl a month.    Tuition, M 00.     All  fees payable in advance.  .Music andCommcrcIal Hranches each $1.00 ajnonth.  Latin,   Clreelt.   French,   German,   Ifcbrcw,   Science,   and   all English branches.  := shorthand;���������Typewriting -and���������Book*keeplng-taiigli t���������by-besf-muderirmethods.���������  For further information apply to���������  Rev. W.  -���������-������-  J. Sipprell, B.A., B.D.  Principal.  Anthracite Coal...  nr���������i_        For Furnace or Stove Use.  Price per ton for Stove Coal delivered iiom Cars���������$9.00  "  . .    '���������        Furnace Coal delivered from Cars���������$8.50  Cash Must Accommpany Orders.  F. McCarty, Revelstoke, B.C.  MISS STEELE.  Teacher of Music, Drawing, nnd Painting In  oil and water color. French, Latin, Mathematics.  Jluslc.t0 cents per lesson of one hour.  Pupils allowed dally practice on piano fre������  of charge.  When you reach Ferguson,B.C.,  Stop al" the ___^Bt.  Hotel Lardeau  J. LAtiaiiTOK, Proprietor.  Hest 'H.OOaday house In the I.ardeau. ��������� Bout  of cuisine service���������Kinelv equipped bar.���������  Choicest wines,, liquors and elgan.���������Headquarters for miners and mining men.���������Well  lli.'litcd* and heated rooms, neatly furnished  Start a  Bank Account!  iii'icl si'i'im* yoiii' CLOTHES from  (im* tl'1-t.o-iln.l t* tailoring t'iii]i<iriiim.  We Ruiu-nnlfe "ymi a ppiiui't fit.  tin* lit������st' quality nf frmids on thu  market,, latest i'm-hiotts, anil wi''ll  jrn I'.-isy on your lunik account.'  AVi' (jrivu you lit. finish niul qualii.y  - nntl '.ho \viii*k is not diiiii* in e*tst-  erii swetiL-shops.  R. S. WILSON  ���������__+.. '.���������.���������.���������i'__'...._....._..'i'  *  ���������J*  Watchc  A That's our Specialty. IVo also carrv a  4< line of Watclie's, Silverware. Hold iinil  4<  Silver Novelties; all kinds of Jewelry.  I E.M. ALLTJM,  ij The Leading  T "iVali'hrnnkorunil Jeweler.  4, First Street, next door to Hi:iiai.d oflicc.  *  Crage & Mayne  Agents.,  -^-^Smelter������������������  Townsite  1  Revelstoke.  Agents    ,-*  Phooiiix.'Wi'Rtorn, British Ainci-i-  ciiii, Lonclon <fc LivKi-pool. nnd  Qlfiliii  Firo Insurance companies.  Pianos and  Organs  "TUNED AND REPAIRED  NOTICE.  Notice Is hereby given that su application  will be made to the I.cgislatlvs Assembly of th������  Province of llritish Columbia, at its next ieri-  slon, Tor nn Act to -Incorporate a Company  with power to construct, equip, maintain, ana  operate telephone and telegraph lines within  and 'lirouglioutjthc Province of llritish Columbia, and to construct, creel, and maintain  such and so many poles and other works and  devices ns-the company deem necessarv for  malting, completing, supporting, using, working, operating and maintaining thu svstem of  communication by telephone and .telegraph,  anil to open or break up nnv part or parts of  tbe said highways or street! as often as tho  said Company, Ils agents, nfllccrs or workmen  think proper, and for. the purposes-of thu  undertaking lo purchase, acquire or lease, and  hold and sell and dispose of-lands,' buildlnga  or tenements within tho liYnlts aforesaid, aud  lo purchase or lease, for any term of vears, any  telephone or telegraph line established, or to',  bo established. In llritish Columbia, connected  or to bo connected with'the line which tho  company may conitrnct, and tu amalgamate  witli or lease ils line or lines, or any portion  or portions thereof, to anv company posoeis-  Ing, as proprietor, any Hue ol telephone or  telegraph c.nmmiinlcairon connecting, or In  ho connected, with the-said Company's lfne or  lines, and to borrow money" for the'purpose*  ol the Company, aud to pledge or mortgage-  anv of ihe Company's assets f*jr tlint purpose,  and to receive bonuses.or privileges from anv  person or body corporate.and with all other  usual, ueccsMiry and incidental rights, powers  or privileges ns may be nrcessarv or incldentali  to thc attainment of tlie above objects, or any  of them. '  Dated this 15th dav of December. 1199.  J.K. lilt OWN.  '  102-10 Solicitor .for thc Applicants.  NOTICE i~'  Notice is hereby given to" purchasers of lots  In Illiii'k "A," Town of Ucvclstokc, otherwise  known as the "Mara Townsite Property," that  all Instalments on account of purchase are* to ���������  be paid to John 1). HIbbabl, Mara' Townsite  Agent, and to no other person.  J. A. MARA,  notice:  NOTICE IS HEUKIIV GIVEN that GO days  after dale I Intend tn applv to tha Chief  Commissioner of Lands and'Works for .permission to purchase V20 acres of land sltiiato  iu the Vale District and I'urut Rasln, matkeil  out and described as follows, beginning at a  post marked initial Post, and "W. K. Ellis'  North Host Comer"; thence 811 chains west;  thence W chains south: thence 80 chains east r  thence '10 chains north, to the place of  beginning. .   , .  Dated this 2fith day of November, 1899.    .  W. E. KU.18-.  NOTICE.  'Notice Is hereby given that all pcraoiis  having claims against the Union Hotel up to  January -Hlt'i will be paid by the undersigned*  and that all accounts due to the hotel up to  the same date are to be paid to tbo same.  .   .. -  7     ,     . ~ "     H. A". BROWN.  Revelstoke, Jan. 117. . . tfl  -   Tenders for Furnace.  SKAT.El) THNDKRS addressed to'tho'nnder  slcticd will bo received up to noon on Friday '  ilio'Jnil day of February. 1B00, for the placing-  of a coal burning furnace and necessary piping-  ami attachments in tho new Fire Hair.  Specifications may be seen on application to  the undersigned on Tuesday, Jan. 30th.  The lowest or any   tender not   ncceaiarll/.  accepted,   .  C. E. SHAW,  City Clerk*  LESSONS ON""  THE VIOLIN.,  The Famous Crow's Nest Coal  Leave your orders nt my office on McKenzie Ave*  $7.50 a ton, Delivered from the curs.  _- c^.. ���������,,.,. Joh_     D      Sibbal(j  Newly Built. Newly Furnished. Lighted by Klcctrlclty.  $f.0O Per Day.  The City Hotel  ���������j Robt. Caley. Proprietor.  o  Host Wines, Minors snd Cigars. Headquarters for Railway Men.  For Terms Klc, apply to  Jas. Taylor,  UNION HOTEL.  Large and Well Lighted  Sampto Rooms   Healed hy Hot Air and Electric  Bells and Light In every room  FreoBiisMefts AH Trains  Reasonable Rates    .ECOIP-SIj viotoria__.  JOHN Y,.P_._IKH, Pkophiktor..'  Night   Grill "���������<������>���������_ In (",nncctlon for the Convenience of Guests  "o7wce'pSH^_������n(ipt������WB Gl-liwiu. _;������i!i@*}   Hjo(������o  Winter Goods  Skates t  Skates!!  Skates!!  Acme, plain and nickle plated.  Hockey, plain and plated.  Special Nickle   Plated  Hockey Skates,  With Puck Stopper.  Racing; Skates   *  Hockey Sticks, Best Quality  Hockey Pucks  Skate Sharpeners  Curling; Stones Expected  Daily _���������_  -W. M. Lawrence  Hardware.  Stoves  ���������___���������_*  Draying and Express  v  : Having bought.out  I).  Hendcraon',8.  : draying and express biiNluess, T-'anii  : prepared to do all kinds of work In iny  : lino upon shortest notice.  Moving; Household Effects a Specialty.  -F. W. McGregor.  -Telephone J. Bavago _ Co,  Agent for tho Celebrated  Morris Piano.  FIRE INSURANCE ^  All classes of Insurable covered  at fair and equitable ratcH.  LIFE INSURANCE  Policies��������� non-forfcltable, guar-  \ . . anteed values, cash loan values,  ,M throughout the history of.the  9"    .- '      policy.  |. MONEY TO LOAN^    \  ,*!)}        .     on good business or residential  ���������fl , property.  "0 Rents  ���������J) Collected.  FAYETTE BUKER,  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������    i '  Beef, Pork���������  Mutt6n,E:te_������'  Fish and Game in Season*...,_  - ��������� All orders promptly filled:  __?&%������_. RBYBfcf_*���������_���������_���������$ W\.

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