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 Ji  ')  /  _ '' '���������������* t! I     '   '   /1  ���������  ^^T^__i" T^^A^IO-5���������-���������^-W-SE-_:���������^^-'T^CJ--lS-^A-Y3  REVELSTOKE, B. C. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY  9, 19QQ.    __^_J_^_MM^MIl>ilM_____-_--������*-*������'-'*'*''*'**^M*l*M**^^,*---l***WM"'*******^^^""^~^^ '"  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  FIGHT FOR LADYSMITH  A Good First Step Made On the  Road to the Town  CB.HUME  &C0.  We are getting ready  for- ������������������  Stock  Taking  and  we are   now   offering  very special inducements to  the public, in order to make  a. clean sweep in some lines  and a big reduction in our  stock in every line.     This  can be accomplished  by the  low prices and  good quality  we aie offering.     No  room  here  for many details, but  come  and  see for yourself.  When  we advertise a sale  of this kind the public can  rely upon its reality.     We  do just what we advertise.  W. G. R-Shirts  For otily-'SI.OO.  Neckties  ���������Ut.-st Styles. Nobbiest. Patterns.  Ureal Reductions to dear..  Ladies' *,.' "  tTndervests  Special Bin-nail*'*, in these.  GEH. BULLER LEADS IN PERSON  Boots and  Shoes  Great Bargains,  stock-taking.  to clear lief ore  Boys  Footwear  Just in.-all sizes, itll prices.  \ ^^_____________________������  All Christmas  Goods Left  we are ottering  At Cost  Special^Sale^^^-  of Crockery  We huve decided to continue our  Special Crockery Sale; for a few  dEys mote.     Don't fail to get one  ���������    _���������*      ���������   _. ui. n:..,,_.  Huts, of llX  of "oil-  pieces.  ... pi. one  $7.50 '"Dinner Sets, of 100  Best value in town.  A General Move Forward of All the  British Columns.���������Lord Roberts Has  Begun His March to Bloemfontein.���������  Gen. Macdonald Conducts a Suscessful  Turning Movement at Magsrsfontein.  ���������Roberts Invites Boers to Surrender.  London'.   Feb.  S-Tlu- Daily   Telegraph   correspondent   nl   bpejtrumi s  Camp in  .t  destmt-.lt   dated   Monday  n _  t.  "ays:    Under   tl*u    P������'*0,,ul  SSu.o_ Gen. Bailor the ������tu_k������n  tlio   Boor   positions   was   bi^im   Ibis  morning bv ne.irly the  whole  of our  1      3, f_ g'.ns'shellii.g  the  ,,���������\������e������  whete the enemy have tlietr *���������-���������-��������� "*-,_,*?  ,     redoubts ut. Brnkfoiue.n. the low  -.-rent  facing   Polg.esler s   ������1t ���������    { -���������������������  enemy suffered severely,   faciei'il lulls  we." smoking like volcanoes fro.,   the  el-ecU- of the- liombardmcnt whii'h**  ui lire their slorcs  and  grass     \\ h.le  the third pontoon   bridge   was   being  constructed   under    tire    near    Kiel  n,' ft. the eleventh brigade now  under  ihe command of Col.-Cyyi.no m������������������e >i  deiiionstratimi   mulching   turns*   the  the  meadows   under   the  -support   o  seven   batteries   ot   artillery.     At"  ,'eloek   the enemy   opened   a   lieaiy  ���������annon-ide shell fire ii'.in   Spion  Kop.  T*.:s was aceomp nied  by a i*������tl������"<  in.teketry Hw.    Our  gunnels behaved  mlmu-Tii.iy.    The demons! ration  hav-  i.,i B_l..ed its effect, lhe  nll.u-k, ������������������I*"  "ft Boer left was delivered ill- o'clock.  The   Durban   light   ���������**������l\Y    Stf���������  Vaalk.-ai.i-. lhe   key   of   the   iou'i  hC      while     Hildyard*-*''-'      h.-.*n������e  availed     the . higher     nt������K-*;      j. -  General and his troops are bivo.iatkea  upon lhe Held of battle.  The Boer position consisted of a lint  of kopjes st.ii.iKl>; *-:1'**I^,(llL"l,',,I^l1*;i  lugS ...iles fioi.. Spion Kop and.ft v  ine sharply at the eastern end   to  lhe  which   is   a   sleep   hill south   or   lite  1 Tugela, thai the  brill-h oicnp.ed   lie*  _   _ thi seizure of  1^*<-'**1^ ������*l*. *  Alter the capture ot  Kriint**.  Kop  the  hil-vy Boer lire prevented any further  advance on  Monday     Next  morning  te Boers poured in a long range shell  H���������_, Init nilheafteruooi. they .mule  vigorous   attempt    to   recapture     lie  noMtion.   The assault was .....de. upon  The mifllie.,, end of the  kop.je and^.t  Hist   it.   was    suecesstul.     Keinloite  me.,t������ were however  hurried   up  and  "he  British   recaptured   the.   position  ���������it lhe nt>int. of the bayonet.  Bob." Huad Laaobb {Ladvsn.ith )  Fell. IJ-ll a* .n.-F'tftner reports ot  ve-teiday's/rlKhti..*,' at. tho* Up-a*  _*n_ela river.shows, that Ihe; British  "K- heavy at Pond.if..but Ley  t<...k-aii unimpoitanl position on ���������'  small kopje. The Molin dr.It- ������de ��������� ������  -.s unknown. They are. still '���������* P.������*���������  esMun of lhe kopje. lhe big gin,  have ceased firing.   ��������� , .      *  Spkabman's Camp, Feb. 7--he )\m,  iJloon lias- proved a more .set  adjunct,, making ascenis d...l> ���������'������������������  _etlingnitoii..alion as lo the Jioei  ������ wilo... The Boeis directed a heavy  '.harpnel Hie in an endeavor lo t es  troy the balloon apparatus ������'���������*���������''���������:  lievedthat  the   Boer*,   sulfeied   se.%  ''Td-spidch in.... Ste.kstro.n of yj*  tedavV dale says the Boe������ a.*e  iiltiickii.B   Oen.   Gatac.e    fro..    tw<  'rectioils.    A delayed despatch  fro...  he _a_.ii point *J������t-d the olh ������iysM  a body of troops left camp on lhe Jtd  and   iniiiortant   developments     wete  "|^A**o_������ ir_.dy-_.nlth). F.U.6  -Since yesterday the Bnli=-I. "'��������� >  ���������av",l and othet K .ns have been la ���������������  l.arding out pos.l.on on tl e Upp,  Tugela. The I.-oop.-crossed tl������e��������� .ivw  at the pont. ������.d ������t Mob*]. ��������� J ft' A^  .he for.ner point the British weie  eateV.'back.^ecrtissingin   tbsorde^  Fitslitinir continues, at M den dun.  F t'.tinK recou.menced .tin; morn.ng  with an increased immbet-of guns. -���������  ��������� iJoSDoK,-*' F,e.l). _.7.-^The --'Associated  Press s,.ys that the war office rcceiived  ���������i de-patch todiiy.ani.ounciug that������-eii  R_UHn������d..rec^**sed the Tugela .md  now advancing upon Lad>s '-"*..,������������������  London. Feb. 8-4 a.....-lhe British  columns arc in motion iii a1 paits��������� tU  the B.nith _>lr caii war held. A -.oui  uined attack upon   the  Boers appears  "o^XXeW.  gained   footing   on  \ GREAT DEPAMMENTAL STORED  1 "We are Always on the Alert  Active sales necessitate constant pruning if  stocks are to be healthy apd free firom strag-  Sers     We go through each Department care-  fuUy and quteken -he pac^ret. everything that  tends to lag behind   Just no^tr new Spring Goods  of evert sort are clamoring for room, and at!  thCsThat belon, to Winter are being forced  .outftal.velyrate:   That fttt toshes-������������������1  the bargains in this list ar^ make .rt ^^ I  I interesting for those who shop with us on;Sa|ur-|  f day,'Ready with these on^a|ur^u^m^-   *.i  ������ ^ ^������*;  ���������S _-_i^^���������������^^���������^^^^^^������������������������������������^������������������^^^������������������������������������^������������������^^^^^^^^^^^^****^^^^^^^^^^^^" ������������������  1 Boots.ancLShoes  Capktows.   Feb.   7-I^.r.l   Rohctts  and Gen.   Kitcliner have started lor  U London. Feb. 7-Lord Robert, has  distiihiiled in towns horde, ing iny������*';a  localities invitations to l'ree  ^>)^  and Transvaaleis to go mtoom������������������;������������������������-"!  olferiiig   them   gVod   t������*-,-*t,'������nt .S",*}  restoration to their farms on  Btit. sh  occupation   of   Republican   ten itni y.  Fo,*eU-ne.*8   will   have   their   passage  paid to Europe.     Colonial rebels a e  dvised to surrender  in  m_twei.ee  to  leing taken prisoners.    No  woidhs  yet heen received from cof.espondot.ts  with Gen.  Buller for   the   last tniee  tlUf_ONDON. Feb. 7.-The Standard has  received the following despatch, d.lUd  Monday, from Kopp.es Dam.   Ge e.al  M-icdonald with a brigade ot  u.f <.nlrv.  | a regiment of lancers anilone   alte >,  has reached here  frnin  Moddei'  Htvei  Camp, in what is  regarded  as  an    ...  poitAnt ...oven.ent to the right of' tht  Uoer position al Magersfontein.   Ko  pies clam commands-the. roads fro...  kimberley to Hopetown and Do-wla*.  Two Boer laagers at  Kami, all >ek ami  Giiquatown   are .within ���������*������'-^,"i?,i1m?s  tant'e.     The  arrival   <>r   Macdo.mlds  column was opportune, as it l*'*f\*f'tlf  two large conimandos from etfei ting a  iiuKti.m.    He now holds both banks of  {heYiver.   Our lancers have hao  two  brushes with   Boer  patrols.   Iheie   is  Kieat activitv ai.King the eiieinv.  ami  strong rorces are continuing��������� lo oppo-e  our     further     advance.    The   troops  sullered greatly from heat and sia.c: tv  ���������f water.     During the tnaicli. Gene al  Macdonald with 4.000 infantty. c.ivalrj  and artillery wa. threatening the Boer  right  at Magersfontein.    1 hi-  is  t������u  Hrst sign-of activity   on   the pait    f  Methuen for several weeks.-and doubles'* has relation to movements  of tlie  British foi ces further east.  Troops are no longer detained at  Capetown;*they proceed iiuiuedialelj  tosom.'point at the front  MODDER-PKU-r, (Natn ), Feb- "--A*  message from  Lidys.n.th dated yes-  I tei-day. says that continuous cannon-  'mffiasVen   proceeding since  five  .���������'clock in  the -morning.   A p-utj   ot  Boers,  dispatched   to  the stene,   ������as  atiacked   iron,  the   trenches   ...ri  all  retreated     except     four,   \vlio     ������o m  hiding, and permitted  the  Bi.t.sh  to  advance wit_in fifty yards, whe.^, they  fi,t.d.    killing   three    ...en.   This  was  "���������Vfro... the British fott, which fired  a shell and sent  the  cavalry  to assist  the  British.-    The   Boers   beat them  hick   killing four men. '  (This'isappa.er,tlya Boer despatch  from Modder Spmit. otherwise Mud  creek, a tributary to Klip river, which  runs tluough La.lysm.th. The,_ ate  as mar v M?-dde.- ... Smith Afuca as  there a. e White and BI..-U Mu������U "  the NoithwestTeiiitoueS.���������ED.   tlER  A_D). *  SECOND DAY'S BATTLE  Fought Last Wednesday Was  Much Fiercer Than the Last  GENERAL BULLER AT THE FRONT  The Boers Lost HeavilT'-Armed Kaffirs  Formed in Their Trenches.���������Tbe Boert  Running Short of BifJ Gun Projectiles  and   Making;   Desperate   E_orts    tq;  Secure Fresh Supplies.-The F'K_t i������*  Gotne On To-Day.  (SI-CUL TO THE llER-LDl. j  I_)xnoN. Feb. 8.���������The Times says  that the Boers are running sliort of  big gun projectiles and are making  desperate efforts to secure fresh supplies.  Gen. Buller cables the war office-  that the approximate British casual-,  ties in tho fighting at Potgietet's drift  up to noon on Tuesday were: Ofncera.,  2 killed, lo wounded,, and 216 men  killed and wounded.  Gen. Macdonald maintains his posi-.  tion at- Koodvc-therg drift. The  Ninth Lancers have made several  attempts to draw the Boers out, but  were unsuccessful.  Uessbehg. Feb. 8*-The Boers po*r  hition   has ^lieen   vigorously- shelled.  -,0 pair Men's "Chrome Calf.  1.,-X sizes 6i to 10; regular  S.ituidiiy   laced and  ela������*lic  hide  price  $3.2.-> and  $*.&  W,���������������.n-. Tl,������ Wool G.~.������������ I"'* M****"* '"W'Jg  price 00c, for.-. ��������� ��������� ���������'-'   Ol.ild.-e..'- Fancy Felt Slippe.s.   thick  soles; regular  price 00c.    Sale price ; ;-'  Misses'  Fancy   German  Felt Slippers,  sizes   II to 2;  regul.it -������ri������--e 7ji ; now   ...50c  Clothing  Reductions  106. -Flannellettes  for 7c.  30"inch.-soit finish. Stripe Flannelette,  fast,  regular price 10c. it yard. _. Saturday.... ���������������������������������������������  Youths $5 Suits;  for $3.75  Vonth-* " Three-Piece     Suits, > short   pants,   singlp-  h,e* sted   sa que sha,>e. brown,  dark  and. grey,  a  wo I  C> nadian   twee'd.   Italian   Cloth   l.nmg.s,   well  made.    Regular price $5 00; sale.pr.ee fcMo  .     ,     -f_i        ni..-.L-   Rhiivpi-   Cloth   Overcoats,  good  '���������'���������"r.^leh^aslSLflvfl-ont.   Ol.este.field  style.  Men's Nightshirts  .. :-lov  O-l "___���������_**������*.���������������*������  Stylish^  Costumes  Furs and Hats  23 Ladies'  Sailor  and  Walking Hats,  in  all color* _  Selling today at $2.00.   Saturday ��������� ~W-���������  Greenland Seal Cape. 27 inches long   ^vy  tw.Hed  Italian Cloth linings; selling today at _ f..;". .^-. $15*00  . ila'skn'Sable' Rutf." Selling 'todayat ,7.     S'11"1^^  TttTl'ls. assorted colors;   regular pri-ie 10c.  to 25c-  Saturday   Cups and  Saucers  English  regular  dozen.  make, first quality,  "size, only' 00  cents  the  per  Fresh  Groceries  A CHrload of niworted Grocnries  now being opened up. The most  wmplet/und varied stock now  on hand ever offered hy in.. 1 ne  tatnt delicacies in town; tyime,  , f them .'Hpeciiilly .inviting.  \fVl.en vou feet like having something-:for a change" drop in and  lee our up-to-date,Grocery line.  " W-can satisfy the mostfastidions.  K*a_*s_K_________-_'M'**M^������_--_-*iil*^"^"*������������������������������������������������������"������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������������������������^  We are Sole Agents For  C. B-Hume & Co.  t_. plateau nor-h of\bfp*0* ���������������  "^^'Sr^l^raMelhuen  hegan the turning movement against |  the Boer's right, while Gen. M.tcdonald  threatens the Boer flank.     -  Gen. Lord Roberts, who   is   in   the  middle of lhe theatre of the .war,   has  ",,.., his march .... Bloemfonle,...  i-  fcSlToK. Feh.8-A specia   {lespaUd  fi*oiii_peaiii.an'sC.iinp. dated  i^\  lav  sT/ys that our full bet* advance  is  _t .he moment prevented as the Boers  enfilade-us   from    their  now tons  Spion Kop   and   Doorni   kh'������t-|������'������  SK.imltl-_iaUho.iiKh **������;������"ll^eIt ifn  are tritting considering the g.eut nn  pirtance of the  movement   -ust con-  "'VlIwDOS. Feb. 8-The force under  Gen. Buller is again ������<lvancmg to the  relief of Ladysmith. and nfl'.-r two  davs of sever/ngnting it. may fa.. I,  lie said to have made a goo first step  n the road to that town: The move-  'cut was begun.early. Monday moin-  iuir bv way of Potgieter's drift.    .  &_w York. Feb. 5-An eminent  Smiili XAU iciil. iitithniity Mates that  the **d-t������'...glh of the Boer army .s  iS follows: Sl.nth Afr can Repn-be  ���������2SIKX) Orange Free {slate U.0t*", Uipe  S'v   Onub. Uitlanders.and o.her  B'c_--.-^Fe1,K-side^SS  ,.nTl Kru_er  have protesled  to   Lord  Britii-h of farm houses and  otnei   l ro  ������e IV       Lord   Robert's   reply   stated  that the charges cannot   be   M.lwtun-  l ied     VVanton   deslruct ������...  of  p.-o-  peity-ln thecouuliy isagimsl Br.t.sh  'to_-OT, Feb. 0-The Argus ���������,.  nouncesthat ninety   guns  have  been  d.spat. heel fn..ii Piettji'ia to the f.ont  and that the P.elor.a forisi have  heen  pnut.ic.illy denuded of artdle.y.  v MoriDER SrRUiT,   Feb. 0-A  ������u<-ss  ���������Ke from   Ladysmith   yeste.*da>   sa>s.  Jniii.nii.u_>   can..o..ad.ng   J>Mawd,n������  Mime5 o'clock in   the   morn    g-   ������Uh  an occasional  roar of   a   Long   _om.,  Filing, it '"> H&te'i' sli11 continues.  We hav'e .. grand stock of fine Dress M-^g"'1*?,.!;};  coming theBn.ce-l and ^^^l^^Zii  S,,owPp^ngl.i - nl/:.n.^se stylish fabrics.  35c. White Sheeting  for 25c.  72 inch Fine Bleached SheetinR hW q������������H|y.  ������*���������  pure finish; regular price .*-*-.    batmtl.������\ s ptitt.  Men's Furnishings   ,  :iSe^_irZi,������:-^r^^  day      _________ .  Ladies' $8 Jackets  for $6  fronts with pearl buttons, i.egmai pi     ^ $B.Q0  STRATHCONA'S HORSE  N'_t������e- of "the Fortunate Ten   Selected  \ -  ,*at Revelstoke  ^InspJ'Wil-on^of the N.NV.M. Police,  accompVnied "by  R,  C.    I-i������ir'e.    of  Battleford, arrived tin Tuesday *> >o. 1  to "select the ten recruits allotted to  this   place   for   Strathcona's    Hoise.  Early next nioining the ������oik  of testing the hui-eiiian**hip of the applicants  started  at   the  opei.v  house betore'a  large   and   highly   app.eeUtive anthem e.     Later on they wete tested v. ith  respect to their levolvei shooting and  knowledge of a . IHe.    Out of the whole  number   of  aspirants    twelve    _ete  Anally selected to go befoie   Dr. Car-  ri.the.sam- ten were finally sL.le*.te.l.  whose   names,   ages   and   buthpUce*.  are as follows:     R. J. McCullongh. 23.  Riie   Lake.    Ont.,     ptesent   addles-.  Ve.non;     Jas.   Gi.ih.une   Skene,   24.  Edinhuigh.    Stotlind;   Chas.   Renn.e.  22 Co. Huton. Ont.;  G. Eyte.2-.Lix-  l.y,   Lincoln-hi.e.   Eng-l     Geo.   Alex.  B.iwtes,    28.   Kingston,   Out;     Alf.  Swinburne. 22  Goulwirow Hall, Et.g.,  las  Gill. 32.  Settle.   Ymk-hiie.  Eng.;  HJ.   Paikhiim.   23,   Chalfoid   Hall,  Gloucesteishiie.  Eng.; Ch.is   Har..-.  22, Mnskokn, Ont.  son of C. ���������������������������!";���������  ���������Salmon Aim; J.  H.  J.ime-.  .-J6.-M.in  ' ;che"ier.   Eng.   -Thi_   c< .m iugent  were  ordered to report  to. C.pt   Taylor in  1 r-Hduess   to   leave   for    C.ilgaiy.on  Sat mlav. morning.     The   ivc-t u.t.ng  t.nicers left oTTNoT ITBaTprW .Ibon-for  ......loops  on   Th...*sd.iy   and  thence  Kick to "Vernon on Fuday. and Mi*.  Laurie for Vancouver. Mr. Wilson  will take in Golden on the i eturn trip.  Col. Steele wants to leave Gal g.iry on  the 12t.h.  .25c  is Men's and  i|    Boy's Suits  MenVFom-Buttm,-^  Kks^Hal. lf������Z������������ g^tri ng, W ������  to-12: selling today al ������12.     Now ���������������  ���������q   .--Two Piece Suits, short punts, .nude of diiigonal  ^^���������_V*S_WJSS- SSSSa*  _Tn_a^^^-^^***,!:B!il-  Ciirtains and Draperies  . jaoo CURTAINS FOR tiS".  Siiturday morning.  ...$1.50  Children's R  $4 Coats for $2.50  double-  .$2 50  An Example of Patriotism.  R. H. Parkinson. P. L.  S., of Fair-  view deserve** mention for the example,  which   he   has   alTo.ded    of PatrioUc.  spirit.    He left a good  billet  mF.ui*  new and came up here on-the cha.ue  of   ire-tin*   enlisted   in    Sirath.oi.as  Horse.      He   p.-sed     the   recuiting  ..fficer easilv. lieing 11 capital horseman  aud   just   the   make   of   a   mounted  riHe.i.an.    But owing to v,.i-iccjje veins  he failed lo pass the doctor.     Nothing  daunted Mr. Parkinson made  immediate   arrangement-     to    undergo     ail  operation for  the  purpose  of getting  rid of his trouble and it wii^performed  or. Wednesday night.   Mr. Parkinson s  idea was that he might Ik- able In   get  well again in lime  to have   a   chain e  ���������f going in thHci.se  all   the  vacancies  were not tilled in the ten-Hone*,.   The  HKll-V-D   understands lh.it   lhe  operation   was   ...me; ^V-V-'Til'Y-'?''  pal .-il and that he w.ll not be likely  to  he able to go wilh   Strat hfoi.a s l..o.*>e  at all. but he has ce.lainly estable.l.e.1  a claim for a first chance  in   lhe  B. U  contingent by the pluck  and.������������������������������������-"������  ism   which  he   has   displayed lit  tliw  matter.    King Solman. repi eset.ting lhe Great  ii.  up-to-date  hypnotist.   ������������.A*J  with lvddite this morning.   The Boers,  shelled Porter's hill yesterday.    Nothing decisive in eitherctse. -    ���������  The Boer's attack on  Gen. Gatacre s     .  position   has   fizzled   out,   the   Boers  relit ing upon    the   advancement  of.  tlie     British    reinforcements.       Ou������.  Britisher  killed,  four wounded.   Unreported that Gen.  Gatacre's cavalry  is in pursuit of tbe Boers. :  The   steamship   Pomeranian passstl.  Cape    Verde    yesterday   for    South  Africa. - . '  London. Feb. 8.-A canle despatch,  from Spearman's Camp says that Gen.  Buller is holding the position and that..'  lhe relief of Ladysmith is ceitnuu    >o'  fnrther newsfiom the front up to  7  o'clock. .*       ������    -   :    ���������    V.        .  '   Londo-*.  Feb. 0-The   following to.  the Daily Telegraph from .Spearman a-  Tamp savs the second* day's fighting;  was much-fiercer than, the   first.-At-  dawn  tbe    Boers . began ��������� action   oy.:  ���������shelling our bivouacwithJ'Long Tom -  and othe"r~guns-fi*om   Doorin's Koof.  to the spot on a hill' near  wh������i e* Gen..  Buller and staff  wei*e   watching   the-,  engagement-.   A   shell _.ii>t a.n.d ���������,  squadron of 13th Hussars,  but not ������..  soul   was   touched.     Om*  guns  soon,  silenced the enemy's artillery, but. the  Boers  repeatedly  brought back guns  and fired  a   few  rounds, then   again  changed their position.     Qur��������� gunners,  blew'   up the   enemies    ammunition  Wagon on Doorius Koof.   Gen. Lyttle-,  ton's brigade was shot  at   from  three  ���������ddes   and  ,_ad  a 'warm -time   upon  Vaal__i.t--V**K. i3?"*., ni'",e  1!.eS'  perate efforts to" recover, tljt^sinoki"--  hill.   The. Durham ��������� Lights   ������������������������������������������"  K! n g's    Royal ��������� Rifles;- aud ���������-  Rifles  gallautly .Vhai-ged'-and-*-  the    positions.     Hildyard-���������"-' ������>r._  xelieveil   Lyttleton's   brigade.;,toiv;  .-unset, and a withering Hrel cgnUogjg  until  nine.     Several  prisonerSj*,-;?^*;  been t,iken. .They say the Bwrs-yralM.  day lost heavily.   The enemy suffered.,,  severely today.   It   is   repotted   tb.-iti**-,  among the dead in * their ti enches are  iirioed Kaffirs^ t  ' The Times savs- this >.inprning that ',  piivAle  advices .reached   parliament.  yestenlay,to the effect that the *Boe.*s  :ue    running    short    of-   big * ��������� gun.  pFIvfea il^ari'd=-aief making -desperaUv  efforts to secure  fix'sli   supplies.    All.  the leading firms have lieen approach-,  ed with a view to immediate delivery.,  and as the British makers have proved,  the chary of entertainiug offers, their.  ' continental rivals   are   finding  their  ' opportunity.   ' i    . ������' ���������  Gen. Buller is again fighting today...  jif.intry. ."  Dtti-b.  m  The Sock Contingent        -   -  ' The following is the list or amounts  collected hy the ladies of the sock co..-.  ti.iKe.it comnnltee. The HEHALD re-  <TeU that the nonpareil caps at Us  disposal prevent, it from publishing a  full list of the snhs_iilt-rs : .  Mrs. Dent, M.J. Graham.  810 4f������  Mrs. Liwson. Mrs. McNah,......    1- OU  ���������Mrs. Wodchouse, Mrs. McPher-  <f<in     Mrs.-Ileal ii   Mrs. R. S. Wilson   Mi_s L-v.-q.ie -   Mr������. FHndt   Mrs.  Hmvni.1.......   ���������-������������������ ������������������ -������������������ ��������� ���������  Mrs  B. Lawmiii. Miss Pollock..  "Sliss Prfiiet. Mi*s. Molson   Mi*. Wilks. Mrs. Sihluild.......  Mrs. Ketlleson. Miss McKechnie  Mrs: Dickey, Mrs. Hutchison...  Mrs. Menzies, Mrs. McKecnn.e..  20 30*  5 50-  4 01)  15'30'.  -SO 50  11 7.">'  750'  40 (10*  13 50  24 10  14 55  13 75  I,*'-',- Total -5241 O5  ''Besides the money  several  pairs of  wjeks" and other articles   were cot.tri- .  buted.   The money   was   devoted, to.  the "purchase   c*f   socks,   which   were*  .forwarded to  Vancouver on Wednes-.  Any. A sum of S35 was retained to  purchase natural wool for the use of  those, who are   willing   to  carry   on .  I .-,-j*,*..^-.^^  tcfffeinf******************^  McEwen.  im-m--.*."-   "j i'-' .���������   -".--.  own today. He has made <b,tes at,  the Opera House for Monday, Tuesday,  and Wednesday next. <������  Last night the little church of St.  Peter was crowded to its full capacity  at the farewell service tc the R-vel-  ���������,.,i.���������     rnntin_ent     of     olnitncona ��������������� v un'_. " ��������� *'. ,      . _  Horse     The shorteneil fo.n.  of  even- <he ROod rtork  by  knitting socks  for  song with  proper  Psaln.s and    esson n<] COIltinge���������t.  was-ung f<.llowetl by a short hut vei y _ ;- ,   |=isK;^^^ L__"-s^'"vFrl:  wh>ichalUhe R*.-velstoke members of  hours,   l.y .the   Pastor,   Rev.   _.   J.  Strathcona'? Horse were aleo present. J Thomp-Ois. ���������_.*���������_���������*-__������������������*-���������<-I-.*"'** _���������  Revelstoke   Herald  l'ulillahcil in lnl.-retii.iof  Revrhtokc. Larde-iu. ill*,- H-iiil, Trout  _nko.  lUlclllew-aet. AlUirt Oai.yo.i, Juriliu.  Pass, ami Eu.lc Pass Dl-ttrivlo.  A   JOHNSO.V  Proprietor  .������  A _eml-������%'et'klv Jot.mul, in.Wislied In tlio  v.i'.oicst ol RcvclMokc anil tho ���������tiirroiiiiclini**  d-friii, Widiiosdavs and Saturdays, uuikiug  cl__!������C-Uiieciloni������*ltlia>ltrait_.  Advcnlsln- lime.: Display nds, SI TO per  Obluam Inch, smju per inch when Inserted, on  Pdeiuse. Loyal ads. id* i_r (noniiaricl) line  iunirit iiifurllun: im for each addition al insci*  tkji. Kcadin-,' iioiu*_).1Ul* per line each tell-  itirth.il.irri.i^e and Doalh notices, five.  .SuuMTimiuii Ran - *. Hy ma" or carr er. ������*.*.0*i  jjr M'liuin; si.*;.*, for _x ii.oi.tl_, strictly in ad-  ' Our'Job Department: ^i*** 1I*,**V"'V,,'i,<?-  D-P_rtmeiii is om- of llio licsl ���������.���������qijlpp-d 1" n 1"IB  c-uct- in \V.-*t Ki.teii.iy, and i Is preliurisil to  *_*.-cut. all kind? of println** ���������������.*'rsy'lt>ssftjlo  ki-Wi-K prices One price to nil. >���������������{.-J.1','?������  il i���������none to-) -.mau-for ui. hlaII .oi lera  l-Otuptlv aitcml*.- i������-   tli** ������s a trial on jour  nT.������0-"_ponde:.ti-: ,)Vc invite ft"^**  public, -nil de-no a icllnble rum ar. co-ti1*-  ronect in even* l.x-al i>* siiiroundlnK "eiel-  ������������������____ In all "civ.*- the hona lideniune of the  BTUer m.i.*. ace;'...)...iiy manuscript, but noi  -cceaurlly for publication. -  Ad*lr__ nil coiiiuuinicnlloiis  REVELSTOKE   HERALD  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  I. A.I corn-sKind-iiCC mini be l'*s.*lhly written  ,_.o***_*t**ot the -..i-wr on ly. ,     ,it.  * c_rr<-lii..ili'..i-c vonlolnmir personal ���������������''"  te."i_UitbVM*!M.c.t������itl, the proper name of the  wrlUir. j j     rofon-ni-o Mo  any*  btfoie it can appeal-In  1 III. Hmiald.  t. o. oavis.-his werve:  is  all  *j.__mas Osborn Davis, M. I'.,  ���������_a__ n to be a great man, out  aea are not equally great. By way  ot showing thc preponderating great-  Ties of. the member for Saskatchewan over the other great ones of  f-_ri*ai_o_t, the chairman at a Lib-  _U_ meeting ai Prince Albert the  Other evening introduced him as  ���������the only member of parliament who  had the nerve to walk into a minister's room  without knocking.''  Now, tbe private member who can  _0 this at Ottawa should have no  Olftculiy in making his presence  IKoperly felt anywhere. His natural  tiita should open any door to him  ���������without knocking. Should the  minister not be found at bis desk  ���������*__, nervy man, i������ at all curious,  might usefully occupy iris time by  leading the minister's private corres-  ponaence, and in this way by goner-  _lly getting onto the "hang of things"  ho. might use the information so ac-  auXred to his own betterment. Better still, if he were fortunate enough  to And the minister at home he  might place his feet gracefully on  U_3 ministerial desk and through  the clouds of his fragrant Havana,  imported from Batoche, dictate some  {practical pointers on election tactics,  laying particular stress on the meth-  ������_3 to be adopted in order to bc-  _ame member for a constituency  ���������-"hero nobody wanted you.  There are  no   heights  of  nerve to  *������rhlch such a man could not descend  h_   the free exercise of those natural  gifts   which   have   never   heen subdued by the baneful influence of civilization.       Whether   Air.   Davis   will  have   the   nerve to present     himself  again   to  the   electors    of    his   constituency is a  little  doubtful,    as  he  might possibly  feel   more  at  ease in  some    sung     office    where   common  ���������pejllo   with   decent   instincts     would  -e compelled     to   transact     business'  aafl   where   lite     "nerve"     might   be  more generally appreciated.    One can  easily   understand     why     Mi*.   Davis  should   feel   quite   at   home    in   the  ���������private  room  of  the  minister   of in-  tvjior,   to   whom   lie   represents   the  '"BOlld  West."   but-   that  Sir  Wilfrid  -���������aurier.tvho doesn't require  Mr.Davis  tery   badly   in    his   business,   should  __ve to receive him and  put up with  __> "nerve"  is  a  powerful   argument  iff .'avor  of  increasing thc   premier's  *-!_] j.  CURTAIN RAISERS.  Dorothy Kendal is going linck lnto  vaudevilli'.  David Henderson as planning to open  a theater nt Havana.  Grace Sherwood is lo take back her old  part in "\Vo-uns of Tennessee."  "San Toy," a Chinese opera, written by  Edward A. Morton, has been a pronounced success in Loudon.  Frederick Paulding put on "Borneo  and jHliot" in Milwaukee and boasted  that it ran more than a week.  ' Tho receipts from Sir Henry Irving's  New York engagement were $81,000, an  average of $3,_-10 a performance.  E. EC. Sothcrn will play Hamlet at  Daly's, New York, in tho spring;, when  Virginia Harnc_ will play Ophelia.  "Tho Gay Lord' Quo..," which John  Hare has been playing ut the Globe theater, London, since early last spring, ha������  celebrated its two hundredth perform-  once.  All tho successful New York plays are  to co to London in tbe spring. According to priTnto information, the latest addition to thc list Is William Gillette's  melodrama "Sherlock nolmcs."  CoqUclln is soon to revive at his Pari*  theater tbe dramatic version of "Lcs  Miserablcs." Tho play waa written by  Victor Hugo's brother, tho novelist himself assisting, and was acted first in 1.03  at Brussels*. In 1S78, under the name  of "Fnntiuc," it wan introduced to Paris.  Kirk������ La Shclle is to produce a aew  coraic opera, "The Princess Chic." ia  New York. Thc scene is to be Burgundy  in the fifteenth century, and two of iti  characters will be Duke Charles tbe Bold  and Louis XI of France. The music is  by Julian Edwards, and Mr. La Shells  himself hni written the book.  Becrbol.m Tree, encouraged by the  manner in which London has received his  re-rival ot "King John," has announced  ho will present Shakespearean plays to  the end of the season. "King John" will  hold the boards for some time, however.  It will be followed by "A Midsummer  Night's Dream," which in turn, in all  probability, will be succeeded by "The  Merchant of Venice."  HIGH EXPLOSIVES.  MILLER'S METHODS.  The Miller formula for making money:  Ask for it.���������New 1'ork Sun.  Some of Miller's dupes have gone  crazy. Others were crazy before they  went to him with their hard earned sayings.���������New York World.  Financier Miller had a former politician for liis press agent. This account*  for tho robust nature of his claiming'de-  partincut.���������Washington Post.  Brooklyn is Unable, after its C20 per  cent performance, to understand how the  borough over the bridge manages to hold  its reputation as a bunko center.���������Washington Star.  According to tho accounts ot the wealth  thnt he had been rolling up, it may be  that the man Miller whom the New York  police aro looking for is liuried beneath  bis money.���������Baltimore News.  HUMAN  NATURE.  .Il-kiii*: Th-mi in h Vnry I>i4ti_ur*uii Tratlo  ��������� I'tirils That   li.r������ot. llio .Uuullfac-  ture of Nltr������i|;lyoer.in'i.  Nitroglycerin and its peculiarities  are littlo known, even in l__alltio_  whoro it is mado. People, generally  give it a. wide'berth, and ovon a less  number know how it is manufactured. Probably in no place in the  United States is thero such a great  amount of tho explosive used ns in  the Indiana oilfields, says 'i'he Philadelphia, Press. Indiana has four nitroglycerin factories, and they-o.ro seldom visited hy curious people. ���������  The' explosive is mado from a composition of acids and glycerin. It' is  generally pale yellow in color, and  quite colorless when pure. It is odor-  lessj-nnd has a sweet, pungent, aromatic flavor. If touched by one's  'toiiKue. or oven brought into contact  with tho skin, il will produce a. severe hcn.dn.cho. A largo tank, called  an agitator, is whoro thc fluid is  mixed, and tho mixture is composed  of i.T|iinl parts of nitric and sulphuric  acids. Tnsida tho tank aro several  paddles, like those of a churn, and  it is hero that tho real danger exists.  Tho paddles aro put In operation and  a steady stream of sweet glycerin ia  turncd inlo a vat until 1250 pound-  are thoroughly mixed with tho l'.SOO  pounds of acid. Tho chemicals coming in contact produce an intense  heat, and in- order to obyiato the  danger cold water is run through  pipes encircling and running through  the vat. At 85 degroes F. a red vapor, almost like fire, arises. If cutting ort thc supply of glycerin in the  agitator does not lower the temperature, it is time to say farewell. Before no degrees are-reached nothing  but atoms of the structure and its  contents are left.  Colonel William A. Meyers, of Bolivar, N.Y., was the man who mado  and exploded the first round of nitroglycerin in an oil well. Ho built tho  first factory in. tho I-iuted States,  near Titusvillo, Ta., in 1808. Up to  that time powder had been used to  torpedo oil wells. It was then that  an explosive that could be discharged  under water was found in" nitroglycerin.' , Colonel Myers' father was a  Philadelphia chemist and taught his  son how to make it.  The first well torpedoed was on  Coloiii-1 Mills' lease, near Titusville,  and the dharge consisted of on,y two  and thc charge consisted of only two  pounds. Oil was worth 89 a barrel  then, and a torpedo that would  double the production of a well was  worth almost what thc maker chose  to ask' for it. Colonel Myers built  12 different factories in different  parts of the oil regions from 1SGS to  1885,-when he retired from tho busi-  ni.'SH. Only one of the original factories stands intact to-day. Myers  made several fortunes and spent his  money like a prince, hut, fortunately  for him, he still has a snug stun laid  by. ���������       *'       .,.���������.'���������       .   -  -f.^-.fa^f.-f.,f-jf^-^ff-Bf-^.  The ���������__  Revelstoke Herald  FERGUSON yt  THE ROSSLAND  OF MI" -LARDEAU  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  x la the leading newspaper ������t  ths groat mining districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  In. authentic, reliable and read  able articlos from unimostion-  _bl- Information. It enjoys  a largo circulation and ia consequently unequalled as an  advertising medium In the  field in which it la published.  SUbsGription $2.00 Per Hnnilni  $1,25 For Six Monte,     *  8_1___ in Mianoe,  I_at*deau  Fe_-guson Jig  Is the richest;..mining district in British  Columbia  Is right' in the   heart   of   Lardeau-'s  mines  ...   . /-j  i, ... ,;���������  It takes a foremost place in  the race for prominence and  popularity ��������� -*ith buainees  houses and as a oonseqaonce  doe- moro businese -with  those requring printed stationery and office supplies than  any othor printing   establish  ment in BasUrn British. Columbia. The elruw ot work  turned out has been pronounced equal to any thine of the  kiid executed in the large  ���������lties by much larger print-  wrie*.  Job Printing Department  *-/  Yesterday in  _* parliament  yj  THE DEBATE ON THE  ADDRESS  Every ono expects more from his friends  than ho is willing to'do for them.  A man can i:ot thc best of a quarrel  and then hale himself for h.ivine it.  After a mini satisfies the wolves he is  very :ipt to deny that they were over after him.  When it comos to scandal, don't expect  charity from the person who has at ono  time had to ask tor it.  We have noticed that nftcra j-nest goes  homo the people at iho house where she  visited do not complain of being lonesome.���������Atchison til-be.  Is equipped with the latest  faces in type designs and.all  work entrusted to The Herald  is *_* handled . by' exprienced  workmen who'thoroughly understand the proper use of the  material at their disposal.  The Herald doee not claim t������  be the only printing house in  the district but it does claim  to be  TRUST THRUSTS.  A trust trust is uow in order.���������Ridge-  wood (N. J.) News.  A cigar trust will hit the great mass  of the voters of this country precisely  whore tlicy live.���������Huston Globe.  The broom corn tniht, after raising  tho price of the brush to S_l)0 per ton,  is now engaged in buying up all the seed,  so as to tighten ils cinch on next year's  crops. I'oisibly they will next tackle  the broom handle industry.���������St. Louis  (Star.  ������t''  C-Oada'a   Part in  the  War Justified  All Round  Ottawa. Feb. 6.���������Parliament yestei--  >_!_- debated on the address -in reply-  to tlie' speech from the throne.  :J_ Tn the .commons.T. .J. .(Jould .moved  __s address and Victor Geoffrion _,c-  <*_Ie_ it.  Sir      Charlea      Tupper    spoke    for  n__rly  three   hours  altogether' on' i.h_  t *r____\-aal   war.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier r_pli_fl in a  ���������*_"*-_ of one hour s-howin**- that the  o.___ie of the government had been in  -cctrdance with public opinion, but  -intending in the .strongest terms  t__.t the present actio'n leaves Canada.  ***!*-_ to r_train in future from taking  part in any secondary war in any  distant quarter of the empire. If in  '���������Or. Judgment we .should refrain.  C__ad* was independent in .������ucb  matter-.  If.   however,    E*n_land    bern.ni--   ������n-  . Kag-efl   in   a  life  and    death    struj'Kle  then     C-nada      he  f..-lt      ^urv  would  ������l*_ing to    her  aid  with  di-votlon  and  'OS_*t_   and   furnish  ov.ry help.  Th_ prime minister gave in c*l-i-  <l__hl language the* cause** of the war  ���������v.- 6-ild that Canada t-������>k part In It  txrcau.-i.-.it was n war fur the sum..  rutfcts nn_ libertl*..** to lhe llritish  subjects in the Transvaal .-tn Knglnmi  X_v_ to th- Dutch in .Natal mid Cape  <-_-_nr. ���������  G___] in ns-ing to move'the :nJdr_.-*s  rvfsrred to the ������������������rosp'.-rlty of the country which h.-to n**,*i.*r lx-.-ii si pr<v=-  perous. JI :s se^a everywhere, anion**:  th���������. f.-nn'-rtr.. manufacturers, empluyi-  viv-  mining   and   other   industries^  The tariff had been reformed, taxa-  tioi-i-id decreased, and the new spir-  '_���������_ pctlif-y in reference to trnnsnort-  .-U.l_n was highly comriiendab! e..  TTie' deepening of canals w'as illns-  tra.ted in this direction. Coming to  th-:- a*J i:_ii*)i*t_Rl riueslibii of" the  T___svaai war he spoke of-its. Justice  ___ _aid that although it might be  ���������leiaxed for a. tirn. Britsh arms would  -Iti-iately triumph. All regretted th*.-  ' va-i but it bad welded the empire  together.  Sir Charles spoke and denied that  he* was being actuated by parly pnl-  ilJcs in his position on the war. ������T-;  K_v_ the history of tbe whole matter  w_i_h led to th<- resolution in thc  house of i-.-ommo!-'- on behalf of tho  mtlanders. He touched upon his  (T-pj-r) b._.ifig got a. Ki.-nlleiii_.ii t*j  'nK-'r- the soldiers' lives and proceeding direct.d his attention to  . .the-I-'reni'lj. but said h" did not in-  >*!ud<- sill   French  O'nadians.  -ir  Wilfrid   t-aurii-i-   ih.is   spoke   for  "illl-  over an  hour.  Inn*:.- I.iri-*.  It is easy to be heroic, when there  is uo crisis; it is not difficult to say  before a few friends that wo give up  all for Christ. But the spontaneous  deed reveals the character. When the  iuuer life of the man shows itself it  is moro than lip profession. A' man  who could in mi extreme need think  juore of-helpiug his enemy than of hid  owu comfort must ,'durinp- his life  .have .mod",   it. his habit to put other'n  iuteretit- above self, aud he mustThave  felt and loved the spirit of Him who  died for those who huug Him on the  cross. - .  SUCCI-Rft.  "We are apt, mauy of us, to think,"  i-aiil __r. Gratobar, '' that wo could do  better if we had some batter chance  or could get started iu some new  field: hut the fact it ihat. the man  who in likelv to puccei-.d at all is  pri'tty Mire to suei _ed wherever, he  may be. Success in a crop that dfi-  1 _n_** for its returns le._* upon the soiL  that is cultivnti'd than upon the nion-  imr of cultivation."  Cor--r������(l.  " Do you menu to tell nui," .-wid thrt  piu-W-by -n.pioiou.-ly, '-that you were  woundfd during the war'.'"  "DaO what I inteiiilod to nxproR.,"  nrili'il Mfandcriiifc Mike mii!a*.ily.  "When,  where and how.'"   *  "Weil, only in _ "���������'I'lii-ml way.  Kvory tiino I t'ought of iu!i-tin' it  hurt mo _"'*ltn 8."  palpi-  .^ ~  - *y-tp������������*l������4 ll*������.iC������ll*f'-.  "My dear, I'm afraid I havo  tn������ion of*the heart."  "Well, yon won't have it, ������������������.fTr 'lo:  day. I've discharged the pretty second pirl."  _uin]I X(>_ril������ ln-i������'������lf Wr���������k r.lltig-.  Small Jiorrils are "aid by physiolo-  uists to iiidicuto small and wnak  hi-i*.*.*-.  DISAGREEABLE TRAITS-  Somstiinu* Tlier   Impair   tli������   _iioruln������������������  ot Olli������ir\rlNu tioiid Man.  S'lniiv Granby was dead. The village pooiilu had gathered in the  church to hear his' funeral sermon*,  s.iys The youth's- Companion. . The  old doctor, with his. nephew,.* John,  who was down from tho eity, sat in  a. back puw.  The minister told what everyone.-,  there knew to be the trailh of the  dead num. A faithful believer in  Christ, a man of hiyh integrity, In  whose justice and .honesty the whole  community trusted, liberal to thc  poor, walking blameless under every  1111*11*11 I   l,iw,  **\Vns all that true?" said John, itf*  he ami   thu doctor  walked  home.  "livery word of it." ���������  "And yet." said tlio young mnn.  "I got the impre'-siou tlie other day  at the funeral thai, neither his neighbors nor his family fell his death  very deeply. Indeed. I fancied r saw  a  look of relief on  their faces."  Thc doctor was silent for a moment.  "Vou are. too shrewd an observer,  Jack," he said. "The squire loved to  manage. He was a busy, energetic  man.'and he thought it hi-s duty to  lash every man and woman who was  not ns busy and energetic as himself. His tongue, was like a. goad.  Ho was a man. too, who nev.-r praised. or encouraged anybody. His wi:_  and children probably never heard a  word of commendation from him in  their lives, strive as they might.  "Then he complained inres-antty of  the weather, of hi.i food.' of the. stole  of the church and the rountry; of all  -th_.__his_.fnmilv. did or.did not.do.  When he came Into the room you fell  that _   chilly  fog had  closed   in  upon  y ou.  "f.nd yet. in spite of these faults,  the' squire was faithful in his heart  to his friends and to God. . He probably never ivaa conscious of t-������*-e dis-  agrwablc traius, but they were so  notlceabla that, his nei.iibors, and  even his chlldr**n and bis wif**, could  not help a. certain feeling of relic!  when ha was gone."  "f   wonder."     said   .dirk. If     "���������  knew, when he wukemvl in that other  life, how depressing and iinpl'-asunt  a, liirUtian he had been in Hi is?"  "And t wonder," said tho doctor,  "If ther** Is no way for you and into- find out our petty faults���������our dis--  agreeablo personal trnit���������������In tini-  to mend  them here in tins life?  l������-l> Rn---r I--������������t.r-.  Th������������ bulletin of the Itoyal gnrd������n������,  Kcvr. states that, the fiillirnj*_o*T in  lhe production of India nibber nt  I.iigo-* Is due to the reeliless w_y In  which tho tree- are b**in_ exhauited.  There .'������*_ .want of control over thc-  crillec'tor-, who.tnp young tre***** ������nd  ileitrhy whole rubber for*" I- by overworking, so that, l.l-.iM Industry,which  i* an important, sn'irse. nf wenlth to  the colony, is -In danger of *-<t.inc-  tion. A similar disaster' occurred in  Mudaga*������car, mid now active stepe  arc being taken to pri-scrve the in-  riuslry by. the estublishinent of pla������-  tations   of  rubber   producing  plant*-.  Thoroilgtilii Up-To-Date In  .Eubih PartlBiIlar"  And in a position to give as.  good value for tlie money expended, either foradvertLsIng  space in its publication or _  " for job printing, as can be  given. Gy any other house of  the kind in British Columbia.  Write for estimates and sam  ples ot printing. AH work  turned out promptly and satisfactorily. Oho price to all."-  No job can he too large or  too small for The Herald's  consideration. Special attention given   to orders hy mail.  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS : Wednesdays and Saturdays.  Now is tie Time to Invest in Ferguson Real Estate  And Here arc the Reasons Why You Should Get in on the  Ground Floor of this Rising Mining Camp  First  is'in. the heart of the mines and so  situated that it frill always be the  outfitting point foi all the big shippers.  A glance at a map of the district will  convince the most o_.eptic_l of this  fact.  Second  The   miners  and * mine -' owners  will  make their h.adquartersat Ferguson.  Third  Next ytar Ferguson will hare two  railways, namely the Lardo Duncan  and the 0 .P.K. Both lines have been  surveyed i uto the town, and the Lardo  Duncan, are right, now clearing the  land for their new road and workshops, sideways etc.  Fourt  The Silver Cup, Sunshine, Nettie L,  ;. Toweer, True Fissure,, Bad Shot  Broa ������������������ view, Old Sanoma, Silver Queen  Silv er Belt The Horn '.Ledge Group  Big Five ' Wagner, '���������Abbott, Holy  Moses Empire and- cither well know n  properties aro -tributory to Ferguson  and are all' within a radius of 10 miles  of the townsite. "'  |Slo_ja   is   the   Golden    Opportunity  Next|9u__mer may, be too late to get in at  ground floor-prices.' Advice���������Act prompt- ���������_��������������������������� ���������  ly.     ....-.."  WRODS ABOUT WOMAN  SUNDAY'S SUICIDE  What Tom P.- Morgan Has to Say About  the Gentle Sex  "Woman," i-aid the old Codger, dur-  inir one of his meditative spells, is a  in*., et-al paradox, a chronic conundrum without an answer, an unknown  quantity possessed of unexpected possibilities, a. p.-rennial prize packace of  peculiar potentialities, a conventicle  of ���������characi.-i-istic contradicltions, and  an amaranthine..-BgreKation of other  'attributes'   which   arc  not  alliterative.  ���������������������������-he is man's greatest earthly  blessing and the cause of the moKt oi  "hn-TnT'si-ry. ' S__*'is"~-'----hief-lns-ira--  tio-- to the achievement .of all that is  -���������ood, grand and glorious In this  world, and at the same "time a labor-  savin. devlc*- to help him make a  fool of himself. She soothes nis tired  nerves with thc^-coo of her gentle  alway-  has    tho    last  THE CORONER'S INQUEST FIND THAT  LILLIAN ROSS DIED BY HER  OWN HAND  A Mrnn Critic.  An. ���������_>ii!'in_ itor, ii told of ��������� wen  known whist pl_*rer tvlio i-i-cioed hiui-  KfIf an authority on th* came. After  boring: his friends with verbal commeiil.i,  t-ii(:*_'Stions and ndvii-c upon tlie mpfhixl**  of play he at lust wrote and published a  book. One copy t*ii������ sent to a fari'iou-i  plnytr for hii opinion about It. In about  ��������� week the book wan returned to him,  -it- the following letter:  "My Dear Sir���������Your f������*r������r of tho   ln������t.. (.eeci-pani-d by your book, **rn������  duly rsceireil. I haro read it rery carefully- It aerma to b������ a vary good c������n>������.  bet 1 don't thlok it ia aa eood a gam������ aa  w-irt.   _iocei*������!.T yours. ."  While in a Fit of Despondency .  From the Calgarf Herald ..  Dr. SaQson, "coroner, held *ani' in-  q.ueet -at tho barracks' yesterday oa  the body' of Lillian Robs, who,, died  under - peculiar circumfltancea'-about  midnight on.' Saturday* in- a house  north of tho Bow river. The .police  "w-iroTnotTa'-d^dn^S-nday^and^Gorpofr  _i"Cochrane, 'N.W.M.P:. was detailed to investigate tho occurrence, and  itfte. exhaustive enquiries found that  there w*_> no suspicion of foul _lay,  tha stri'a daath being due to her own  voice, hut Khc a'wW" *-^w.\*?.0h|m_-iact. Com-ral Cochrane waa thaoked  Ind In-ldenULllv-; about 97 per cent of | by. the coroner for the capable m_n-  the pr_r*edini/ convers*_tlon. She aer in which he had inquired imto  brinffS him  into the world,  and  n. few   the  CAaBt -���������'...  h years   later  talks   him   to   death. Thfl  jury   aftc_  havillg     beea.eiil-  b;^.nS.r������fdXd_.rp"tti we-i?** ������**������.������. b������dy. aBd t_������  the load on him that whenever his rBturned, to the barracks, where Oho  burden of trouble Ik lifted hi*, wanders fotlo.ins; ovidence was token.  um-uHlly- about hunting for more��������� jj,. B H RouIeau (lopose, that  oth--rwl-,. t������"->-*>���������w������>1,^I. u_ef_rf?llv sT,!-*ortly before midnl_ht-on Saturday  ..fth. s^'ror the "truth- sake!" and b_ .w_������ callcl to see UUIan UoZ  Hi- nhoiit her a������>* without even being '"When he arrived, nt the house the  usk.'d. Sh" will 1,'row weary of an | gjr* y^ j^j There -Woto no marks  mdiilirent husband. ������>ut will '-''"^������ I of violence. Wltneiai saw a UoUle  WSwh '-he'wm^eak' h^'hean iMtelle.. "Carbolic Acid" ,  l,r ."'j**.- it mnn'-dor- what she don"L I Freddie Wili������_ deposed thaL she  want him to do, and love blm .ill Hie know Lillian Rom for the past eight  better for so doing. .'  . months.    About 11  a'clook oa     Sat  ������������������Sho scorns all advice    in the w?I<**-;-  Ferguson .     .       .  Is absolutely .;witfiout :'a rival in the Lai-  dean. District.   -  Lots Are Selling Faster  . Spokane Capitalist- are reaching, after Ferguson property and expect to.pull out with  a handsome return, as experienced by them  in the early days of Bossland.  Why Not You . "     ;     :  , .'���������-���������-���������;.������������������ -        '.'-Lot-' aelling'vnow ,"at from $150������'to'.S2i50'~  '. Choice Corner-. ���������-'."''  ���������*-* .'.   '**'!.  Sooth Afrln-������ S������i*.l������l ..f1'_lr_  The ladies of Kiiiilit-rlr-y _re no  doubt giving bombardment, i������*r_a  OffU-tioa   and   fcoirilrardniCTiL   teua.  An. Ath-Ut C-Iaf-Bttlo*.  Mir Hobtra Stoat, tha ���������������������������- CJ-Urf 3ma-  ttoa at Now Zealiuid. la UnB-lae _n*t__  tha oeeupsnta of high Jua*lal-1 offlco la  bsln_ an nTowed at.baiit. Ha W-a forroar-  ly known as the "Bradlangh of tha Antl-  podoa," and ha once presided orar ��������� eao������-  larlat oon_rcH la UalbotU-*. H* w_a  bona la tha Shetland Ia]_na_ Si yo_ra  ago, amlflroted to Now Zealand in kU  10th year, became a achooln_n_r, e**Q-l**".  law aft*, aohool houi_, aad aaoq-rad t_������  'right to wear a wig ������__ jewn a* IT. At  ���������1 ha waa an IS.P., and at ti Att-*ras-r-  Qeneral in the QoTernmeot *- fir -iw-fp  dray. In 189* ha beoam* PrantlM- of m  ooalltton Oovernment Ib aofeolatlon wl_t  3lr Jsllni 'CoboI-  tlon of a hiiKband. but takes two  ciher wom-n al'-itK to no.p hoi p ek  out a. hat. The lef.������ actual comfort  "., bo obtalnei) from a thins, the mor������*  Sri^fi'n   "-aT^I��������� youn^wo-!^^  ������ujn   l^n   to cry  rnaii.' at   _",.   If  Hti"   unmarried,   ah  _ ii-l Shi* will face the* (.rim spot-tre  of"u������ith without a. tremor, and ���������"'���������vo''ri  at th" **i(C"t of n mouse. The only  lime sho ever doef* what, you *-xpi'Ct  her t(. do is when you expect iier to  dfi JdKt what you li-m't -xpect her to  do. The so!.* reason why ah'- d*>Cn  anvthinif i������ ."imply hecauae ������hc don t  know why aho dneK It. bh*- 'unipH  at nonoluslons and always lands in  thorn RMimroIy. for the simple reason  that when th- conolUHlnn skips to nn*  aitl". thlnkim; lo avoid her II. K'-M-  exacl.lv in her way. Hhe s the do.tr-  o**t thlnit in ������ll tho world, and th"  most aKRmvatlnK. She Ih as sho is,  and that'- all there is to do; all ut It.  Thc only man who ever fully under-  ������������������lands a woman is the man who un-  dorstsnda that ho don't understand  her n.nd has i?ot sense enr.uKh lo let  It  ko  at  thnt."   -o   .lolin Adamson, ot Vancouver, fatally shot  hirriKC'IC. ,  Commissioner TMcCreary eslimatps  tho years immigration at  1:1,015.  Andrew II. Clark, wholesale merchant,  WinnlpeB,  is dead.  W.  Guldens,    real    estato    broker.  London, Ont.. dropped dead.  Janes���������-Al   Calgary.   January     .10.   to  Mr. and Mrs. _'. H. Janes of Gladys,  a  son.  urday night tho girl looked vea-y de-  pressed Knd could hardly speak. She  rf*fns-.'d to tell whnt was, tho matter  with her but went to nn adjoining  Sooa after-  ls -slj** callrd, and  witnc-K  went ta her  '" ;Al'. information can be .,procnred on ' *';.* ������������������'., ���������'-  - ���������  plication-';- ,-���������,.''     .*-'-' ���������*'.���������.,',���������  E BUKER,*Local AgcnV  FERGUSON TOWNBITJE  "."        .  ' *     .   . ''      ; , "'��������� ���������'������:.:  HevelstoKe Hospital  Mftt-rnity Boon in coaaection.  Vftccine   kept    oa   hand.  Dri.  McKechnie   _a_   leffa  The Revelstoke  Herald 's,,ni1 ���������������<->-������������������--������������������]  room, and f<jtind her Htiindlni? between   the   bed  and   lhe    door.    SI)**  -said. "I havo donn it. I huv'e. taken  poison." Hhf* fell across * tho bed.  Witness ufillc-i for help and at. once  t-l'ij>-C>n*-d for a doctor. p Thu girl  wiwi dead hc-fort' the dtsitor arrived.  WltiiorfK knew of no reason >   tor   the  ���������act.  j Kloi'cnen I.efrfiiy deposed thai the  girl liiwl riM;elyed n sad dlsc'itiruedng  IcttT from ii. friend in \JiKgau.  Witnrss told hi.'i* lo get sonic, medicine. Inat weak tor a soro foot, from  whfrli sho was suffering. She ' Bot  n. hox of salve, aud a .bottle of  carbolic acid. On receipt of aa answer to a telegram sent up  to " r<nggan. the girl became  very deppondent and acted all day  as", tho provlous witness had stated.  Tho jury found a verdict of "suicide  in  a  fit  of despondency."  MemLers of the jury: W. Pitman  foreman, F. Young, R. C. lnglis, A.  Nowlinm,  W. F. Wood. T. Collin. .   o ���������  Judgo Hall has fired bail at ?.'0.0u_  for  tho  Vlllo  Marie  bask  prisoners.  An attempt ta being made to form.  a Canadian Forestry association.  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To and from Kootenay Pointy   lea vc���������Revelstoke���������arrive...  -'e-t  ..17:1- .  ..Ted*  .18:15  [   Tlekelii Usued ana iMaeage eh_*(_i* thfoagk  to tlNUuatton  Cheap Rates      :  :    . to Hie     " '���������"'" "  Old Country  i  For fall particulars as to tl������ie rates, andOer  copies*" o*n"C. P. K. publlcatloils, addretw ntarcit  local Rgeat or       5  T. W. BRADSHAW.  Jftrent, B->c1st-kc.  W. F. Aaderaon, Trave-ln*fiP'i_!e������ter -igeiat, :  Kelaoa. B.C. ;  E.  3. Coyle,   AgsiBlaat   Se_f_-l:. _A������������<_ser..  Aseut. Vanconvcr, B. C."  I  -������'!__| THE SITUATION  REVIEWED  i'nnlc   hills,   dies   for  portion-,   of   the  hills and six cans ot coloring material.  Tt  Is alleged  that  he was engage'- in  the actual  manuCai'lur. o������ *iho bli'.a.  ���������o-  LONDON CROAKERS AND PESSIMISTS  DEMORALIZED  Mr. Wyndham Clears "the Air With' a  Practical Speech  T__,i������n    Feb.  5���������To  say  that  Urn  ;a������o^������  AT THE FRONT*,  WOUNDS IN BATTLE.  luu   --- _  substance ot. the earlier speeches  the official leaders of both. parties in  parliament does not go beyond ; tlie  truth.  Since then, however, relief has come  from the moat unexpected quarters.  The situation    has* been,  distinctly  ���������cloared*  and   the.  country,   has now  ground   to   hope   that . the   cabinet  ��������� moans to act, not talk, and is thinking of the work ahead rather than ot  self exculpation.  Thanks ili-stly to Mr. Wyndham,  the.under secretary ot state' tor war,  then to Goschon, first lord o������ tho admiralty, much ot the gloom has been  dispelled nnd the- nation ia made to  ���������'feel.'.:', comfortable on the essential  ,_l-t, now that the deficiencies ot organization have been fully recognized  and that the government has determined to remedy them.  The redeeming feature of the debate in parliament has been the  epeech of Mr. Wyndham on the work  ot the war office.  Ho has ralBed his reputation greatly and haB brought himself Into the  rout place sb a minister who has a  great fuUire.  He has not spoken as a dreamy  tatalist like Mr. Balfour, willing to  hSalevc that' whatever is, is * wrong,  hut in duo time it will turn out all  right. Ho has ; not neon apologetic  is. his tone, but told the plain story  of a military organization worthy of  the resources ot this-mighty empire,  by which nearly two hunured thousand men in tho course of live  months havo been brought Into. tho  hold to Ciilit the Queen's battles.  This single, speech has dispelled the  illusion that the Unionist government  is lacking in administration; eHlcicncy  and has done much to invigorate public opinion.  It is a strong warrant for the belief  that ministers, when the debate is  oT-i' and ������tlie address is .finished, will  produce a series of large measures of  Imperial defence, and will accompany  them by������ the mobilization of the fleet  as a warning that European intervention In South African affairs will  not be tolerated.  That will suffice to put an end to  " 'intrigue  Canadian Contingent in Action  Near  Belmont.  Montreal,.'op.-.���������The Star has tne  following*from its correspondent with  the Canadian contingent*..       . .  "Belmont, Feb. 1.���������A rebel force of  200 returned to Sunnyside Laager  after the Torontos and Queensland-  era drove them out last month,  "Tho rebels occupied Thorn. - Hill  some distance to the north west ot  here. This morning when word was  ���������brought.hero, orders* were given for  .tho despatch ��������� of a relief force and  mounted troops ot ..the .garrison here  sortled out againBt the rebel*..  "The  Boers had  received  word  of  their  coming for  thoy  retired   from  hill  after   looting  the . farmers  the    mounted    Infantry    got  MAUSER BULLET WOUNDS ARE PAINLESS- .'"  HUDSON'S BAY  Sir William MacCormack Surprised at  the Cures of Almost " Impossible"  Injuries.  the  before  thero."  Ottawa, Fob. 3.���������A cable * received  hero today from Sir Alfred Mllner  says that Private;. Russell ot the  Canadian' contingent Ib 111 at Orange  River.  This evidently  Is Sergeant Russell,  of    the    Prince Edward Ilsland and  New llvunswick contlngonts.  OOMMANDA-.T PRMTORIUS  Cape Town,    Feb.    B.���������Corrcspond-  once    has    been    exchanged between  Lord Roberts and the    Commandant  General of thc Boer forces at Preto-  regardlng tho ��������� rolcnse   of Com-  ria,  maiulunt Pretorius, ��������� whose  been amputated.  Lord Rouerts says he (Ioob not-wish  to detain so gallant   an ouicer   and  asks where he shall send him.  Tho reply to the communieutlon  tatos that Commandant : Pretoiius'  wife desires  to  thank  Lord. Roberts  ' for his kindness and asks . him to  send; Pretorius to- Lord .Methuen,  stating that. Uencral: Cronje will then  arrange for his conveyance to Pretoria.  SIEGE OF  MA_'_il-l-.  Boers  Abandon  Their Big  Gun Battery.  London. Feb. 5.--The war office has  Sir William MacCormack, president  ot the Royal College of Surgeons,  who' volunteered his services for the  South African war, sends an Interesting* account to! the Lancet of his  first experience with wounds inflicted  by tho Mauser bullet. The case.B ho  reports are from the Wynberg* hospital,   near  Capetown.  "I saw a large number of injuries  made  by   Mauser   bullets;  which   aro  -omarkablo   for*   tho   small   external  wound produced.   In three-fourths, if  not oven a- larger proportion, }t was  impossible, to tell the exit from the  entrance wound, they wore so similar in appearance.'  Some were quite  healed,  but .moBt  were slits covered  with an adherent black Bcab slightly  depressed     and   sauc'er-llko,     Doubtless,   somo   contraction,    had     taken  place  in  henling,  but ���������   tho ; size  was ���������  much smaller than the end of a lead  pencil  and -quite  circular.*    A    few  ���������xlt wounds were slits due to slight  deflection of the bullets in their passage.     These   wounds   were ' already  healed   like  an   Incised  wound    and  showed   a  linear   cicatrix    half    an  inch   long.   Probably   most   of   these  Injuries wore inflicted at a rango of  1000  yards,' although - the  men    said  500  was  tho distance  In very  many  Instances   at  which   they   had- been  hit.   One man, a Gordon Highlander,  had his elbow smashed up Into small  pieces.    He  believed  it was, an    explosive bullet; but- it might have been  a Mauser at short range, for he was  hit  at .a-range  of  300  yards.     The.  Bders,ho"yever,", usd 'other    weapons.*'  A -Martlnl-Henry  was  removed  from  the  ball  ot  a   man's   thumb   yesterday���������an  almost extraordinary   exam-  pie  of  a  lodged   bullet.    They   also  fire hollow bullets which*!would have  explosive effects.    The Mauser .bullet  weighs,    I  believe,  about 2.3   grains.  Our.;Lee-Metford  is "a little heavier,  about 2.7 grains, and does not carry  so far by, many hundred yards; while  tho    old , Martini-Henry. , is    nearly  double   it's   weight,- * or*', some    4:0  grains.   In the wards I noticed quite  trenches I a .   number    of    psrforating    chest  the  en-I wounds .and   some   rental kable    per  leg    haB.  received the following from Lord Roberts, dated Cape Town, February 4:  Mafeking,  Jan.    17.���������The  havo  been  extended  toward   ���������   ���������  ��������� ��������� . , ,  m.-  blgn-"������   battery,  causing  it to|forations^,1,0^ wtthout^y  solu-  tho continental compaign o  now in progress against the L-nglish  on lines  similar to    those    followed  . against the United States during the  'war with Spain. .  Mr Wyndham's speech has interfered with the tactics of the dissatisfied black \press which has been assailing the"* government for incapacity and calling for reinforcements ot  100,000 men. , :  It has proved that an army has already been moved across the seas aud  recruited with" the colonial blood and  mere is no lack of men, guns, horses  or mules. , .    ,.  The Germans must demonstrate  that there is no lack of brains.  . Vfred Harmsworth'3 plea for the  dismissal of the government and the  formation of a _tosebery-Chamberlain  ministry for Imperial defence is now  like the sound o������ tingling  cymbals for the beating up of new  subscribers for the Daily Mail.  The , movement    for      putting    in |  Spencer-   Wilkinson,    the      dramatic  critic of  the  Morning Post,  as  commander in chief of the   British army  is  also retarded   and    croakers'   and  pessimists  are generally  demoralized.  After the close of this gloomy .week  viotory is needed sorely and reserves  of patience and patriotism even moro  than victory, but Ladysmith has not  yet been lost, nor has the faith o������ the  ilnglish  people in  their arms  or   in  themselves been-shaken.  bo evacuated. The enemy has-gone  back to the northern, southern and  ���������western sides, all out. of rifle fire,  therwiso no change iu the situation.  B__R MKK* EKARIES  London, Feb.3.���������The correspondent  rf The -imes at t.citnzo Marquez  telegraphing ypst.-uiiy says:  "Crr.wds or _ili.fi. looking men  ore st. 11 binding he*",.. *  "D'lring the last tv* dayB more  than a hu'.dred, desuibed as suspicions, nave arrived in German steam-  <rs. ,       ���������  "These lLClude a m n ber of smarc  men, evidently bfti-tia, but most of  tpom are uw class, .penniless adven-;  turerc. t  ,*'Th!s u.* int-*, som*- it of the befit r s >rt lctt for Fr"������������jiia. Many of  t: em wor������ rid.a_ *.*���������*(.'i' and'carried  field glasses. They were assidious-  ly attend*.-' by tlie Tiansvaal detectives."  THL*   HANDY   MAN  .Ladysmith, 30th, October, 1899.  tion' of'continuity 'or compl.te fra;  ture; in one instance there* was a  peroration of the shaft of the tibia  at the junction' or the upper with the ���������  middle third of the bone, an .injury  which my previous experience would  pronounce ' quite"  impossible.   ,- -  ,  "There were several cases in which  the bullet had entered the groin  and emerged through the central portion of the buttock, the direction,  taken making it difficult to conceive  how the femoral vessels, the sciatic  rie'rve and artery, the femur another .important parts escaped .all  injury. " There were four abdominal  injuries. In two severe .haeinaturia  followed and the .direction ot the  wound suggested injury to the bladder. ��������� In another the bhllet entered  the buttock and emerged in fronta  little below the ribs. In a third instance* the abdomen was traversed'.in*  a similar direction. 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F rtS-vlce even Suuduy _t 11 a._i. una 7i������  p.m. Bibe (J1.88 ut 2::_ p.m.. to which  all oro walcome. Prayer i_<.eil_.g M 8 p.m.  ovory Wodiieaaay.     " _  KEV. X. MKNZIES, Pastor.  THE TURKS AGAIN  _l_bS-  "���������\  <"...  Kurds 'Are Plannin***' Another  acre \: of  Christians.  .   Mew York, Feb. 2.���������X "Wot id special  '.*^sms:. * - *    '.'*���������'���������-'"''*"',  * ���������__ ears^ have -been   repeatedly    __-  "'lH-S-ed- during the' last   three months  ih_t the Turks ������,_re-pl_n_lnc   ano-ier  .-'n___acre   of''-the   Christians'    In  '"ui.  i_t_rior of Turkey.-  . The -Kurds, par-  ��������� -i*jg*,arly  in  Kurdistan,  are -much .ex*.  ^jL'it^^and-f'it -needs   only. "a1 ��������� sjwrk "to  ������*__^-tKem"*rupon."r-their~a'Wful"vior_;'i'^'-  * TCke'"World   has "Information'*" 'whiolr  ���������l������_icatee  that at  Mardln -Sltlla, _>itr  heVx'and Harpooi,"the princlpAl ciLii.-B  of Central and Eastern Turkeir, th*j  .*4i_-sulroen are only wsltln. a fav-  ���������f_rj>la opportunity * to reix_U their  hsjicible work of rapine and-murder of  _i_ fall of-1l9B and the. sp-in_ ot'liJli.  _ r--- ���������-  JUDGE ,SE_-KL_iK DKAO  ~*t.i__lP-_   .Feb.   8.���������Jules  Senkler  at St. Catherines,  Ont,  died yester-  day st the General hospit*". at    16  o'cloeJc. ;, .   - '���������    ��������� ���������*  H_ w-s taken ill of broachitis at  tha Leland hotel about a week, ago  and. removed to the general hospital  -  and -other complications ensued.  Judge Senkler was the chairman of  * the Klevator commtssloa. which' held  sossione in all - th* ImporUnt places  in the West. *  By hie fair dealing and dear in-.  sight all through, the s-ttln_s he.  won the respect and confidence of  all who had been examined before,  the commission, or who made- hie nc-  quaintanc-.  . _<*^ ;���������  ANTHONT    DECKEK    AltKBoTIiO  point a  We've  seen  him   dragging    his    guns T^*,*"-"3   t0 t^mf s\ ^J^^Jt  along by the Agricultural h_ll,     the right of the lumbar spine. There  Trotting about in  the soundless    tan were  no  symptoms    In  this  case  of  as  if he  were playing   at ball,       any   kind. '  B'Ut r__l?5rUSw^r>_.mhilBn lfc_dNataI'       "I will mention in the briefest w*ay  Through the ruts  in  the  road which some  of the cases I saw during my  the  rain   had    cut,, and    where   visit to .the hospital at Wynberg.  there was never a road;' * . .  . "i.    Bullet entered    the    chest  on  Nobody heard it, or saw it, and there  le{t   s*de   c'ose     to     tne'    margin   of  Kut.h^lVde_^att������LP_a-smithfrom-ete-,um.  Just  below  sixth    rib       It  the cruiser' down in the bay; ���������      must have passed between the inter-  And just when the guns were needed, nal  mammary  artery" and * the bone  * and lookinir spick and a__n. near its division,   the ball  then tra-  With-a nod to the; gent, of the Absent vereed tne 'ung and emerged at th.--  Mind,    up   doubles   the   Handy ^^ rib - abouf four illcne8 rrom the  margin there is an elevated fracture  parallel to the groove. The man  describes -himself aa being "knocked,  silly" for a time and there was a  temporary diplopia, .but the wound  at each side of the forehead is healed and he "claims to be perfectly well,  i ' ''17. Bullet' entered , Tight malar  bone close to, its junction with zygomatic process," passed almost traver-  sely across, and emerged just where  It grooved. There was copious bleeding from the mouth and the left  ear in which the patient is now  deaf. He complained*of loes of smell  for a time, but this is restored. He  is going round the ward, the wounu  quite, healed, and says he is perfectly fit and well. This man was  wounded on October 30. distance.said  to be 250 yards."  i   OMAN  ���������A     SlU-U  oicrt-.n at, 10-30 " "'������������������  R _ Y ���������.  CATHOLIC   CH-ROH���������Revel-  *___> ~ urut and ihiril _uD<laya In.  FATHER THA.EK.  SA-VATION- AIIMY-Me-tlnsB eviry _l���������Lt  in thulr hall on Front btrcet  Table Ifuruished with ;the choicest  the market affords. Beet Wines  Liquors and ' _i_ars. Large, light  bedrooms. RAtes    $1.������ a    day.  Monthly rate.  ���������    J. 16111116.-11.   ���������  RATE.   $l.oo   PER   DAY  Methodist .Church, Revelstoke ^  .Preaching services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at the  close of the morning service. Sabbath "school and Bible class at **:-0.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. The public  are cordially invited. Seats free.  RBV.S.J.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  Columbia  House.  Good accommodation. A." good bar  well supplied with choice '"���������"J-"*--'*  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Tisia  ROBERT SAMSON  Man.  spinal  column *,     rapid .'convalescence  Handy   afloat,  handy ashore,' handier j and practically no symptoms; wound-  Bpown  <& Pool  Proprietors-  BARBED WIRE   IN   THE   WEST  .    still in  a. holo.  Heady to swarm-up,a.mountain"Bide,  .,or walk on a greasy  pole;    .  .'Lugging    a  -gun    through  ;(a'.desert,  -"���������������������������*.*���������, scrubbing, a, deck' mlltc. white,-" *  Jack i-.the man for a ehtldren's _on������p.  . . - and -the ��������� -.wltward *��������� Koii?   5f * a  '.'.- J light.     -.   V    ;,.  -:    ,.       .     H^    .  '. ' ��������� -__  "���������the-  He finds'- the range  in"~'UieT -ime~~lt'l  takes to eock his eye on the foe  He stacdu as still as a    Noah's "Ark  ���������   till his: officer says -"Let _o!"  And as soon as he hits where he's told ]���������"_" vT-_-__-.__������-_i.  .~    -i.*    _-/i    _nTn������bndT's    _ai_ i*a������  Bad  hsemont-fsis  He  to    hit."    and    somebody's     sai_  - "Well done," ,  turns * with  a ' click  to   the    right-  * __������!*t. apa,   _*ea������i������_ ������*5--y with,  .his gun,   ���������        " ,  His eye is the eye of the eagle' that  BSBa __��������� 'knows -_om'a__r.  His;hand-is-asrswift* s_ the-hand that  smote the /triumph .of Trafalgar,  And' the: heart, la the he-rt: of a lion  that  hides In  the glorlo-S" _re_s  Where: the'���������nly. geld i������ the''name he  . - -loves' with It's *"*-___*-*i:o*H.M.S.  Handy afloat, handy    ashore,'   Bleeps  "  ,    like a babe in hie' bunk,  Steady to  danca,. and  reedy to fight,  and sever been known to funk;  Tugging. - his: gun    behind    him, .-.he's  'lighting'his way to Heav'n���������  Doing th.  thing h_  Is toM to do., t*  thn    tons    -f    the-   Pour-point  SeV������. ������������������  e_ *onJ October  21  .���������.'__.. Bullet  ehtered  Just  below   inferior  angle  of  right scapula,     between seventh and eighth- rigs' prob*-  ebl>",   and   emerged '��������� just  below   centre* of right, clavicle;   result;  similar  to o_s-"l..  ;���������; .,"_,'.'  ,-   ",,."-".*  ,",., '/ ���������>  -^'"8.���������-B'_l'l'et^__i8r-d~o*?poslt'e_ce_t're_  of .infra,spinous  fossa of  right scapula,   emerged  through  rib  iu    ront  throe  i*c__*  below    right    clavic.e.  for  a week;  antl  own har.1  of  frl*nd-  At Baltimore - by  the . United    ���������t*Lcs 4  Becret Service-VFoUce.  Ottawa,' Feb. 3.���������The arrest ot Anthony Decker in Baltimore, Md.. last  evening by the secret service police  of the United States, * acting under  orders from the Canadian police, concluded one of the moat _ens_t������-ii_i  ncbemcs of .the decade.  Docker, who had assumed the name  of A. Rose, had been charged w'.th  counterfeiting, and It is allegeil, Although none of the plates were found  in  his   possession  that    he   was    '*������������������<���������  the  the  He, keeps his cap fnr fathead when whlspers  j ship fly���������  It isn't "the thing", f.or a Handy '.Man  that _    furrinrr's    hand - should  pull . ".. *    :   t    -r ���������   ~  A single aar In the trim   tough boat  ,'��������� whose skipper  Is��������� old 'John- "Bull.  He' k_->ps to'; himself- does the Handy  Man,' when the clouds are paofc-  for _: _gu_ll,  But he comes with, his iron -from "*������������������"_������������������  ends of the earth when the bug-  lea give him a call:  And the- child' sleeps safe in her cot  d'   nl.hts, ;and  the    trader : may  plot and plan.  For  under  th*?- stars    on 'the    rollins  di'.ep stands : the    vigilant Handy  Man.  Handy    afloat,  handy   ashore,   ea_i������st  soul  to please:  Ready  to  straddle  a  merry-go-round,  or ride on- the nlnnginf? seas:  nartv who was    responsible    for    iu- ��������� or nae ���������������"  <���������"���������   i;_-".*Z" fl   -���������d 0*  -o-interfelt J1.00 bills with which  thw \ Son of this sea-girl England, ward or  country W/afl flooded prior to M.a,jr last 1  ���������"car. '  Tho 'arrest of Decker followed that  <>C his son, who was apprehended in  Woodstock, and another, "'/alleged accomplice, Frederic Kuntz, who is in  London.    . i  In tho possession of    Decker    wt*r_  found a plate for one side ot the .fj.OOl  _tolson'n Bunli bill and cuts for other'  portions of thn bill.  Steps aro to be taken* at- once, to  extradite Decker,' who will likely be  tried In Woodstock, where his tti-n,  who hna alBO-iisBumed ' the niurc Of  ilose, was arreBted ye_teraay.' nyfDe-  t<*ctlvo  Parkinson, of *~       -'���������  police.  world wide .reed���������  Jack Is the man    for   tne  mldnie-t  ���������^tS:.___"t-i"ho������f"������f the Empire's needlHAuoT D B?GBIE.  The grc_t trouble with some people  is that they cant* * depend upon what  Over 1.000 people die every year in  England .alone of- delirium tremens.  . Luck-l. '.lamed with a lot of misfortune ot  .Men it hi Ignorant.  _..        a-thing matchmakers should never  tlie"'*bi)i_inii>n I forget.V_"Rnb gently."  ,  ,     ' . ' 1'' Too many, men would rather wi_a  - In the possession of  tlie ������*"������ ���������*��������������� ]ab(tun��������� oa * bet than earn Ave.  found a press plate for $6.M MtHspo ���������* .lan,l.u%|uf ���������^V* ~  [ao dyspnoea or,.other .symptoms.- ,  "i. Bullet entered*.leve..-of ��������� fourth'  4oi-_l .vertebra*', abont two inches  from spine on right .eldiaj^ emerged  two inches* below- 'centre .of right  clavicle. Hon spat blood for a week;  says   he felt no inconvenience otaer-  Wt8_.  "6. Pertor_t_Bg \wonad.., of surg-  ���������3_r neck of left hnmerus*'' with some  detached* fragmenta Skiagram show*.-,  extent of damage clearly. - The. fragments * were ��������� removed; patient.. convalescent.  "8.   Ballet entered middle of outer  ���������Ida  of  right   .knee    and    emerged  through centre of patella, causing' ���������}_  complete  transverse   'fracture * w.iu  about  a quarter of an Inch  separation.   The   wounds  had   healed   and  the  man ��������� was  able to go about,   but  on .the.p-vioua .day he    had    fallen  and had hurt the knee which caused  a'great?'deal  of eweiyng. ��������� There:.U*  bo rise of temperature and he is'dor  Ing well.    The Joint is fairly'moveable.    This man is a Boer    field cornet,  Pretorius   by  name.    He  ia    a  ftna, l___ing .man,    with ..a   ..cheery,  pleasant  face.   and'.speaks"  English  perfectly. ���������    i    .' - ,  "9.   Bullet   entered    opposite    centre -of    patella   "through    which    it  passed  and  emerged   opposite    inner  condyle,  which  was- grooved  by   the  hall. All evidence, save  the scars  of  entrance  and   -iltt wounds, had  disappeared and   the   knee   was .apparently as good as ever,    i    -.'"'���������'   '  '���������  "10.   Bear of  entrance -wound  immediately  ore.   the     right    femoral  artery  and  two 'Inches   below    Pou-  part's  ligament.    The  artery "can be,  felt pulsating exactly beneath it. The  bullet then  passed apparently -inside  the upper end of the femur 'without-  impairing the bone and emerged jusc  posterior to, the great trochanter.  "11. Bullet entered in front of,  and an inch below ' the top of the  great trochanter, which is grooved  and emerged through the middle of  the buttock.  "16. .Bullet passed traveraely  across farehead about an inch above  tha level of the orbits; the bone is  deeply grooved end along the upper  What Introduction of .Wire Fence ha*  Meant to Man and Beast  , * **...',   i  In the Century magazine' for _-b: ���������  ruary, Mr.* E." Hough, author* of "The  Story of.the"i.Cowboy,'\tells of the Introduction of that ft-ur .fold abomlna-''  tion" which'marked,out..the'path 'Of  civlll__tlon'in;'the'*far*:'weBt": .J//  J-A* few years"'ago'V-rtllager dowa'-in.'  illinols^b-nti_a'~blt-of--t,ron���������about-a  strand of fence wire, and noticed that*  -UT'catUe avoided it. . Out' of this  idea grew a system of fencing which  h_B >preserved ourpiu; forests a few  decades ;���������. longer, j but ' which has  brought ".to an ,'eo(l ' many decades  "earlier t'ne' glorious 'free "days of "the  open and anfenced west. The great  cattle ranges over whieh roamed : one  of the most indepeudeut populations  ever4 seen, on earth, could never have  teen, fenced by rails, or stone walls,  or''' boards of ' pine, i ^ '' was - difficult  eriough for the spider like genius of  advancing civilization to keep them  fonced with the ever renewed web of  the fatal wire against which the  wild men* of the we6t of the early  days rebelled ao ' strenuously. Yet*  ..mile by mile, thousands of miles after  thousands: of miles, the cheaply and  easily * spun web crawled out across  tho west .and held It hard and firm.  Yon can never uncoil ��������� the- deadly  v.-eb, neither* can ,you. replace *the- victim which; it strangled.' '  '' Little more than' a.doaen years ago  tha'writer waB with a party hunting  buffalo calves in the upper part of  tho. Panhandle of Texas/' where we  knew of a little herd of these great  atimala, even then <considered ��������� '��������� ex  tinct.' It waa a .weary and desolate  land, where: between' water ./.hole,' and  water hole lay CO or 7C miles of  'absolute desert..; Not a tree broke the  endless monotony of the plainB. The  soil was like flinl. Tbe sky had for  months been guiltless- of rain. It  was a, region so uitTly unsuited for  the"! habitation of' mankind that theae  -few ..representatives of a ��������� passing race  of great American -nlmals had chosen it as their' final place of refuge,  thinking that perhapB there they  would never again hear, the sound.of  a-rifle, shot or see again,: the-face of  .man. Yet, one, moruihg, as we faced  the,, sun of another waterless day we  came across a long line- of strong  wire.: fence, coming from where no  man could tell, and funning in one  unbroken lino to the uttermost of  It was  no delusion  , no  and Draymari.  Draylng,and delivery work a specialty      Teams always ready on shortest  ^ .  c__tT*-c������'������ for lobWs*. tafc-s-  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Trout U-fce  ' 8ti-'Peter _��������� Church  (Anglican) -v  , ,E5ghf ������'m'.'.H������ly-?-uchari9nVfHoi-l  a.m., matins, litany and sermon CHoly  S***S_?-"'_������S^^  ���������____ari-_Ts c-leb-_t-d"-tt-7-_;__-oir-������  am!) as announced.      Holy  Baptism .  after- Sunday school  at %Ai.  n: C.\ Paget, D. D., Pasoi.  ana''muttarad'at;thl*;-thins we saw  in the red light of the eaBt,.   a small  band of "great buffalo.    They saw.ua  too and with the instinct of a generation of- persecution   swept   away  at once in tight     Across their line  lay  this  fourfold   aoominatlon.    tils  eorded   -arrier, this" new  thing.  t_te  lnfamy  never  before  dresmed   of on  these freo plains. Close bunched the  buffalo struck it* with tho force of a  heavy    locomotive,    and      cruah**-  throagh and over it aa though they  passed so  many-'straws.    Ah,   there  was a thing admit able. ..dramatic, out  there   in that .far   away   desert!      It  was the old west rending the nets of  tho    rotiarius,     casting    aside     the  strands  set  for    its    undoing,    and  standing  on* unhlnd-ted,   free!    Seeing the beauty Of the tpectaclc   bur  best   roper,  a  cowboy   oorn   on   the  old range,   rose , in   -is  s'tirrups /and  took off his hat to cheer tho bnifalo  as they lumbered pact.    B'or 20 panels the fence.lay  fla,/ and  wo   rode  ���������across  it.   Along  Its  inner  side  was  a path worn Inches deep by   thn feet  of countless  antelope,    cut    off    by  this   fence from thtiri'iir.lcnt   way   to  an; unknown  watefhol'f.    No/man  of  our party   felt  glad   at   this evidence  ofapproaching civill-ilion,;this  fence  thrust, out Into the'.wind land. Every  man   was   partizan     for   the   buffalo  and the   antelope, an       exulted     at  this   prostration     of     their    enemy,  though   knowing   wt'h   sorrow   h.W  nri_f must be their little victory.  S_ddle    and     Pack  always for hire.   *  Horn-**  FreiRhtinp-. an_/ Teaming ���������  specialty.'      / "  L  o'clock  Daily Stage lea-es Thotpson'.s landing every morninB/*t   .     n<  for TroutLake CUT.. For particulars write -.**',       '    ���������  ?,J��������� /:  ���������,. -���������_--.���������.;.   -CRAIG ft HIIXMAN, Tho������-ok'������ I_-ND_so  *^S������jge-_r-_-_-a__g--*_^ ^  Sand for   " Cop7~ef -_^T__r_^A_*ual-_Hiiii' " ^   or                          * A,  PETTIPIECE'S |  An i  STOKE I   _    ������  Complete and .-..liable. $  All About Revml&tok*  The _-/-������a_ to the WorutorfuUg Rich Jb _D*������-_ Bt**et'ot North  Koottmv otid Canoe Rio*r.    The Ampftif F**i for '-ftc  Bin Bead, Trout Late, Lardeau, lU^uswaet, At-  ��������� bert Canyon, Jordan Pais attd Kagle Pass  _" " '   District*. Bt-sfn-ass Men mid _"���������**_-  ~ nam Hmutes.   The name. Osbk-  ���������potion and Residence of  ���������   - Every Male Resident  in    the    Cits-  Price,  SO Cents.  ADDRte-a:  15    ��������� R.  P. PETTIPJECE,  S Revelstoke. B. C.  i������i      "  -i-  BOKKS  AT   COLESUUnfl  T,LtMg  Notary Public,  Sole Agent for  Surrounded    by    the    British    Troops  Under  General  French.  Cape  Town,   .Feb.     6.���������A    despatch  from  Naaupoort says:  "There/is great,   activity here   ,and  our viBton    It waa  no  delusion  , no  on the  Itensbery   road    due    to    tho"  miracle, no wonder of the wild mlr-   despatch of an overwhelming force oi  ���������__.    t*  _.-��������� _- _������r.-r__*t *_-*������������������ Tf tio/l   infantry to seize ISorval s Pont.  age:    It was an accursed fact It had      ���������_he  cavalry   navinff    completed   a  no right there in that free land, rec0anals8ance retired to recoup It-  whore even the wind had swept un- losses. The Boers at Colesburg are  fettered  for ages.      As we  marveled. virtually surrounded." -  'I                                  . '               '  Revelstoke  Townsite  - ]*______, Firs and  Xiifo Inauranoe - -  (Offlrp. Opt-aaJh** f!.P.*R. Depot  REVELSTOKE  |f{9H WORKS  Blacksmitbing,   Jobbing, -  Plumbing,  Pipe -Fitting,  Tinsraitliing.  Sheet Ii*on  Work,   MachineiT    Ee-  paired.  _--**     K ���������_________���������*>_-*->  Mining    Work    a    S^edal-T  ���������R.OI-T- GOEDOW  .R**rolBtnfe������. ttf-^tt^-fl*^.^  rv^-U-.-.'-jj.*  .!_>������_* Wr*-i*-i *������'  'i *_.__������������������*.������! \ _**._ _������i4r__, .*isa_-_3_r_L -_.*���������_;  1.  Don't Suffer  With  Cold Feet  At Night  But ret a good Hot Water Bottle.  We have them, all sizes and prices,  ranging from tl OO to 93.25 each.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD  jaB-Mnll  ordori   Immediately  attended   to.  CHAS. It. MCDONALD, Manager.  Hc_ENZI_   AVE..   REVELSTOKE   STATION.  BORN  Fleming���������At l*U*ve)stoke, Jan. 4th, tc  Mr. and Mrs. Win. .lei-iin-*-;, ������  diiiiRhtt-r.  MARRIED.  4s "As&xsfoiq,z/  'iffiS  OflJs  *Ai  SV~0~fi^'������^J^/Ujr^Jtt     CodtsecUf  NOTE AND COMMENT  Hodgins���������Wilson���������At the Methoclis  Pui-oii-Ke, Wednvsd'iy morning  'eli. 7. 1000, hy Rev. S.J. Thompson,  >l>*. Richnid Ei-win Hodgins. nf  Revel-tnkf, to Miss Margin-it- Urn-  Imni Wilson, lute of Burke's Falls.  Out.  LOCAL AND CEHERAL NEWS  The city rouncil meets tonight.  F. McCarty is on h business visit to  C.ilguiy this wi-ek.  H. A. Purley lt-ft on Wi-dni'sdiiy morn-  in*-, for n few days trip to Calgary.  J. T. Wilkinson of the Province  newspaper, wns in town on Wi-dues  day.  Tlie Rossland city council have  nidered h Ki-neiul vacc-iiiation of the  inhabitants of thu city.  The link, whii-h was to liuve taken  in the Gulden lionspic-l fuiloU to materialize yeslerdiiy morning.  Mrs. Jas. Gill will leave on Saturday  morning for Pint-lift' Creek, Altii.,  where her parents reside,  Thnrsdnv night wns nliout lis fold as  we hitve had it this winter.   The thei*-  . mniiietei* registeied four below zero.  Wednesday nieht wns bund night,  nt the Victori.-i rink. There was a big  Ktlendiim-e and the ice was Hist rule.  Services in Si. Peter's church next  Sunday, Septiiagenium, will be us  usual." Children's service at 2.30 p.m.  The Hkhald regrets to announce  thnt Dr. Cross is laid up in the hospital  at Golden. City Engineer Buck is also  on the sick list.  ���������A consignment of new Raymond  sewing machines just received at K.  How-son'- furniture store. Price $H5  each. Call at the store mid inspect,  them.  The hockey club is busy practising  nearly every evening at the old skut-  i.igtink and before the lust full of  hiiow the curlers of Revelstoke hud  some goixl contests on the river below  the Hotel Victoi'iii.  Our own military expert was oiTered  n ten dollar bill if' he could net Gen.  Buller into Lmlysinith by Tuesday  liua. but he failed to make this very  desirable connection.  The C. P. R. are granting a single  fare rate rot- the round trip to the  R'issland carnival. - Tickets will be  tmld from Ri-vel-r-tuke from Feb. 12t.li  t'the lfltli, good to return leaving  Ros-.ln.tiil up to Fub. 18th.  It did nut. take Judge Forin long to  get through Ihe sittings of the county  conn here on Wednesday. There  weie only civil cases on tlie docket, as  Viin Dusen has been elected tn he  t ied by a jury. Everything was dit-  I osid nf by noon.  A curling match was played in the  Victoria rink nn Wednesday afternoon between the following sides, J.  M. Scott. A. McRae. T. D. Pickaul  and H. A. Brown skip, and _. J.  Graham, Guy Barber, A. K. B. Hearn  and Judge Forin skip. The judge's  rink won after a good game by 8points  toC.  Says the B.C. Mining Record : "As  holding more than 75 per cent, nf the  capital of the Sunshine Company,  ��������� apart, fiom other assets which may yet.  turn out iruiiips, lhe Lillonet, Fi-a-er  Kiver and Cariboo Gold Fields may  still prove *i success, and the directors  by waiving their rights", to draw* fees,  and by cutting ' down expenses in  various directions, are certainly now  d-nng their part."  J. G. Allen in wards 1 and 2 and A.  McRae in vard 3 have taken charge  of a subscription list to, give each of  the\Revel-lrike contingent a parting  present of cash vs a practical token ot  the esteem in which this place holds  tbe pluck and piitrintisiu of its repr������-  s������ntHtiv,e> in SiMithcnmi's Hoise. .The  ���������pi oceeds-of-tonight __sni<ike_r_in .the  opera house will also be "devoted ' lo  t���������is good object.  Tbe attorney-general is proposing an |  imendmeut to tbe Railway Assessment Act, correcting the very obvious  clerical error, referring to a subsection  which does not exist, lv.it ut the same  time thereby confirming tbe contention of tho C. P. R. that no municipalities created since 181)5 have any  power to assess railway lands, held for  any purpose whatsoever, within their  limits. It. is stated that the intention  of this Railway Assessment Act was to  protect railways from municipalities,  which might otherwise be inclined to  put it lead pipe cinch on tlieui. It  seems lo the Herald that railway  companies, having the. saitie legal  protection against unjust assessment  ns any other corporation, are quite  sufficiently protected without giving  them a lead pipe cinch on the municipalities. The attention [of Mr. Kellie  lias already been called to the matter.  But be is monkeying about with his  grandstand play and mountebank  bills regulating the length of hair to  be worn bv underground miners arid  is quite willing that ibis gross piece of  class legislation should be. left on the  statute book. Trying to urge him to  perform his duty to his constituents is  about as encouraging us kicking a  dead mule.  SEE THE-  Acrording to tbe promise given in  the Lieutenant-Governor's speech the  premier has introduced amendments  to the Public Schools Act, which will  have the effect of placing the public  schools in incorporated towns entirely  under the control of the municipalities,  subject nf course to the regulation and  supervision of the council of public  instruction. The salaries of teachers  are to be fixed and paid, buildings to  be leased, erected or enlarged and all  other expenses are to be incurred at  the disci etion of tbe board of school  trustees and borne by tbe municipalities, assisted by a per capita grant  of $20 per annum in cities scheduled  in the third class, such as Revelstoke.  This grant will be calculated on the  average actual daily actendance for  the half year, preceding tbe payments, which will be made quarterly,  Seven trustees are to form the board.  Red Cross  When you have to purchase drug* or get a  prescription filled. See that tlie Red Cro������ .in  on tho package. It Is a guarantee that thc  drugs used aro pure and prime. For not only  Is It Important lo hare pure drug*, but also  prime drugs. Unfortunately there are many  Inducements offered to manufacturers to use  dru(*s, which, although pure, do not servo tie  purpose of doing any belter than those which  arc actually adulterated. These are drugs  which have been collected out of seaton, or  have been badly cured.  We use our experience (of nearly 20 years) In  examining the drugs wc use, and you can  depend upon everything being In thc prlmcst  condition.  G.F.Curtis  ���������' THE DRUGGIST "  Successor to thc McD. A. "iV. Co.)  Red Cross Drug Store  REVELSTOKE STATION.  An important amemlinent is also  proposed to the Municipal Elections  Act allowing municipalities, if Ibey  chose to adopt the Imperial automatic  voting machines at elections. An  amendment proposed to the Revenue  Tax Act. will, if adopted, lie of very  general interest. It reduces the provincial poll tax fj-oin four to three  dollars.  Fire in the C.P.R. Oil House  On Tuesday morning about 11 o'clock  repeated calls from the C. Pi R. shops  steam whistle gave an alarm of Hre  to which No. 2 fire brigade promptly  responded. On arriving in the yard it  was found that the fire, which occured  iu tbe oil house, was already extinguished. The. storekeeper had  noticed names coming through tbe  Moor and had , promptly ripped up a  plank and turned on. a babcock extinguisher, which soon smothered the  fire. The fire probably originated in  oil soaked hoards of the floor getting  overheated by the steam pipes, which  run underneath to warm the building.  Had it ever gained any headway at all  tbe result in the storehouse full of  barrels of oil would , have been ' appalling.  War, War, War!!  In all its grim earnestness is in  full swing.  Prices of all goods are STEADI LY 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 lineB of Woolen Goods would advance in  price before 1900, we ordered direct from the  manufacturers in England, $2,000 worth  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, 3J^_*_.*?.!!i.  JAf.ES SILL & CO.,  The Taylor Block,  McKenzie  Avenue.  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  Is not" in it with our prices on  WATCHES AND CLOCKS  CALL AND SEE  Guy Barber, jeweller,  C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR-  At the regular convention1 of the  Knights of Pythias held in the lodge  room nn Wednesday evening. Bro. Jas.  Gill. K. of R. & S. resigned bis office,  ns he is leaving for South* Africa* w ith  Strathcona".-, Horse, and Bro. W. <_ .  Windsor was, elected in his place.' The  Knights sincerely regretted to bear  of the departure of Bin. Gill and  united in wishing bini God speed and  h wifi* return-home.  Insp. Wilson, of the N. W. "M. P.,  ���������t-h*������,"Viis heie nn NVednesilay to recruit for Strathcona's Hoi.-,e. says  -.that nearly all the noi.cinns now in  tbe police will lie taken inr- tbe staff  with Col. Steele. They are ri-cruit-  in_ fur the f'*rie in Calgary'and other  -points in tbe l**rrilories, and there  should be a good opportunity now for  young men lo enlist in it with a pro-*.-  ]>ect of rapid promotion.  Ae tbe Hkhald noticed in ils last  is������'i>= the main new bridge iu*io--i the  lllecillewaet is practically completed.  There are si ill fnnr small bridge* In Inbuilt, which fell in l). Robiiisi.tr.** con  tr-ict. lait. iir-. wi- understand, to bf-  l.uilt liy M. Hyalt. The. ioa.l is still  far from complete and when it is there  Will In* seveial hundred dollars to  be spent to connect it with the. lower  settlement. iinlesH the set tiers there  are in be cut off altogether from town  nff soon as high water comes.  ' - Thn brnts of the Revelstoke rink ale  now all in place and it visit gives an  fXcelleiiL idea of what I be completed  building will look like, and il is a great  credit tn-lbe enletpri.-e of the company which put it up and the skill of  J. Kernughan the contractor. The  JlEH..*i_t> reserves a full description  umil the building is more advanced.  Already tbe curling rink on the town  ���������site is being flooded and a good -uib-  Btn.nti.il floor for the ice si-cured.  ^-The Great Mc-Ewen, FamousScott-  '_h Hypnotist, opens athi.e night  engagement at Tappings Theatre.  Mon-'Feli. 12. As a hypnotist McEwn  stands to day confes-edly at the head  and when a public performance continue, night after night to. test the  capacity nf our leading theatres, it is  . urely " more than mere gallery  approval. McEwan's tests this season  ������re entirely new and a visit will result  in doing yon good. Prices for this  ' rug-geiuent are nn higher. Seats are  -p_w selling at 'usual -place.  Au. Revoir.  While Revelstoke will follow with  special interest the fortunes of all lhe  members of its contingent to Strathcona's Horse, still the depart ore of Jas.  Gill, the well known and popular  manager of Jas. Gill tfc Co's store, is-  l-ii-tiriilarly noteworthy. His absence  from town will be noted wilh regret  in many circles, particularly in the  lodges of tbe Knights ot" Pythias and  S"iis of England, nf both of which  orders he was a prominent member.  iMr. Gill lias promised to net as the  HEHA_n's special correspondent at tbe  front and letters from bim -will lie  lookel foi ward to with great interest.  Tlie HER.V.I.U wishes him and all the  other brave Revelstoke boys of the  enntii gent, Ginhume Skeen**, Geo.  __yri:,-Ge_o_.i_Jojvexs,j'Llvd_Cbr;s._ji.ii*ris.  a> wefl as the others who'took iin~'"hl-Te~  from outside points, God speed and a  safe return home. Jas. Gill will be  in charge,of the detachment till they  reach Calgary, where 300 men from  different points will re.nde7,vous as the  Hrst stage ou their long journey.  WANTED.  By a. lft'lv. bach-'lors' mendinp to do.  go������ moder'at-,   Apply at IlKitAi.D oftire.  ���������Ch_r  TO LET.  The "lore Intclv occupied by F. Ahlln _ Co.,  on l-'irit street. eiiM. Apply for terms and par-  tieiilurs to K. All LIS.  NOTICE.  Notice in hereliv (riven that all per������onR  havitiK claimi ne alii-it the Union Hotel up i������  .laminrv.-th will he paid by lhe undersigned  and thai all ai-counts due to the hotel up to  the same date are to be paid to the name.  II. A. BROWN.  ReveNtolce, Jan. 27. tl  If you want to get fat���������__���������-_______-  LONC'S DUBLIN STOUT AND ALE  RKCOM.MENDED BY  BY THE MEDICAL PRO._SSIO>*  ,  Orders left with Mr. Paget. Espre-iman, or by  mall, will receive prompt attention. .  Goods delivered free.  J. E. LONG, Revelstoke Station.  Telephor.e-  -E.O_Box-8-.  Savage Bros.  Second street  Primrose Group.  Thos. Armstrong anil Douglas Gil-  espie, wlio have just come in from the  Pi inirose property t.n report li J. \V.  Wi-sifall say that tbe lead in No. 1 tunnel isa fine'quam. heavily-impregnated wilh high-grade mineral. Tin; improvement in the last few feet is very  marked. This tunnel is being driven  to lap the'lend at a depth of 2811 feet,  below Xn. 2 tunnel. It was not. expected tbatnie would be enci'iinleri'il  before the tunnel bad been driven  henealh the. ore exposed in No. 2  tunnel. Mr. West fall is great.lv elated  a������ iheiv is in sight above No. 2 lunin-l  3.) feet or nn- and below it 231) feel.  lying between clearly defined walls.  The propertv is developing nicely and  tbe ore is high grade, so l he management believe they haven line propei ty  and intend In increase ibe 1'iuce, hoping in it few mouths time lo be shipping ore.���������Topic.  Wedding; Bells.  A fpiiet but interest ing wedding  ceremony took place at the Methodist  n:ir.-,<iiiage on \Vedn������*nd,iy morning  1 ist. when Kev. S. J. Thompson united  in* wedlock It. E. Hodgins, tbe popular  a-'-oiniianl. at W. M. I^awrence's  hardware store to Miss Margin i'c C-fra  , in Wi.son. daugliier nf Mr.-. Wil-on  of Knurlh street. Mr. Hodgins was  8 pported by H. Wilson, while Miss  M iggie Major acted as biidesniaid.  Tlie wedding breakfast, was partaken  O' at Mrs. Wilson's residence, after  which the. newly married couple took  the south train for the honeymoon  tour.  .Columbian College..  New Westminster, B. C.  Thorough and Competent Staff:  Rev. W. J. Sipprell, B. A., B. D.  Prof. R. W. Suter, B   *    *"*    *  Principal.  A.. Registrar.  Miss S. E. Springer, Lady Principal.  Mrs. W. J. Sipprell.  Mrs. Rev. J. F. Betts.  The only Institution in the Province affording all the advantages of a liberal  education to ladles and gentlemen, with ratv* for board and tuition within  reach of all. Student* are under thc care of experienced and specially qualifled  instructors. The curriculum embraces all departments ol a full College course. '  Students prepared lor Teacher's Certificates of all grades. Matriculation and  Arts, a lull course in the latter.  Degrees and Diplomas granted.  Musical and Commercial courses, also Mining and Assaylngl.     ,  Physical Culture���������Special attention given to backward students.   Strict super-'  vision observc-4.   Beautifulsituation.   Satisfaction assured.  Full course in Theology.   Special attention given to Hebrew and Biblical Greek.  Students prepared lor a full University course. ,  __.   Spring term begins January 8th, 1900. '     ,.    " '  Terms:���������Board,' flG.OO a month.     Tuition, *j4 00. - All fees payable ill advance.  Music andCommerclal Branches each ft.00 a,month. _.  Latin,  Greek,-French,  German,   Hebrew.  Science,   and  all English branches.,^  Shorthand,  Typewriting  and Book-keeping taught  by best modern methods,  -For- further-information-appty-to-  "_!--  Rev. W. J- Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,  ,   Principal.  -"Family Grocers  ....SAVAGK BROS, bejr *n Inform the   public  .. ftnrt thoir piitroni that.they  Imve added a  ....choice line of FI.hSH GKOCEK1ES to tlieir   htuck, and arc prepar.d   to   acll  at' clone  ... figures for cash.   ,  We still handle  FEED AKO FABM PRODUCE  All  I'urchasc delivered free of Charse.  Fresh supply of flsli every mornini;.  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery  Opera House..  3���������THREE NIGHTS ONLY���������3  Anthracite Coal,..  ������������������������������������I .For Furnace or Stove Use.  Price per ton for Stove Coal lelivered Irom Cars���������$9.00  " "        Furnace Coal delivered from Cars���������$8.50 ���������'  Cash Must Accommpany Orders.  Porridge  Stuffs  A Special Assortment Just Received.  A. N.SMITH  Baker, Grocer and Confectioner.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Fridays of ench month; White Roie D������gre_  inectn lirst Friday of each month.in Oddfellows'  Hall.   VlaltlDg brethren welcome.  II. VARNEH, T. E. _. TAYLOR,   ���������  Secretary- Prcaldeut. ���������  LOYAL. ORANGE LODGE  No. x6_B.  .tegular meetings are held in th.  Od-lellow'������ Half on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 P.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially IbtUo.  TH08. STEED, W.M.-  * Court  Mt. Beg-ie  I. O. F��������� No. 3461.  Meets In the OddleJ-  le-n'IIall.on the second  an_ fourth Mondays of  each month. Visiting  brethren invited to attend.  K.D.J.O. JOHNSON,  Chief Ranger.  C.W.M1TCIIKI.L, *  Roc.-Soo.  ECS  C. J. Aman  * Tobaccos, Pipes, Cigars, Etc.  J Scientific Works on Mining-, Etc.,  X  X Minerals, Mines and MininR by Osborn  X  ���������S I'mipuctini;,    Locating   and    Valuing   _>  4* Mines���������by Stretch.                                       _-  T Handbook of Rocks���������by Kemp.                  [I"  2 Prospecting for  (Jold  and   Sllvcr���������b    a.  .������ crake.                                                        jg.  ���������* Stamp Milling of Cold Ores���������by I'ickard  **���������  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.' Sevon Tear*  at Morfa Works, Swansea. 17 years Chlnl  Chemist to \Vlgan Coal and Iron Co., Enij.  Late chemist and Assnycr, Hal! Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined ana reported upon.   Revelstoke, B.C.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Deer Heads,   Birds, Animals, Etc., preserved  aud mounted,  THIRD fiTREKT. MAST OFSCIIOOLHOTJSE  TOILET  SOAPS  Finest Lines on tho Market, from  French, Knu'ltsh, German, American  aud Canadian manufacture.  CROWN LAVENDER.  CROWN GLYCERINE.  -  PEAR'S GLYCERINE.  CLEAVER'S GLYCERINE.  4711 GLYCERINE.  Fine, Fresh White Castile; large cake, inc.  FIELD & BEWS,  llachelors of Pharmacy.  NIGHT HELL.  MISS STEELE.  Teacher of Music, Drawing, and Paintlng'ln  nil nnd writer color. French, Latin, Mathematics. .  Music 50 cents per lesson of one hour.  Pupils allowed dally practice on piano free  of charge.  When you'reach Ferguson,  Stop at tho  B.C.,  Hotel Lardeau  J. Lauqhtok, Proprietor.  Best $2.00 a day house in the Lardran. Best  of cuisine service.���������Finely equipped bar.���������  Choicest wines, liquors and cigars.���������Headquarters for miners and mining men.���������Well  lif-iitcd and heated rooms, neatly furnished  :      ~       NOTICE.   .  Notice Ik hereby given that I lntind to applv  to thc Board of Licensing Commissioners, for  the City ol Revelstoke. at the next meeting- of  Haid Board for a transfer of a. retail liquor  license from mc to Edward Corning, hula by  mc In request of the Union Hotel ]ireini-_v  Revelstoke. .    ,       ,  Dated Feb. Cth, 1900.  H. A. BROWN.  Start a  Bank Account! :  mid "sec'im* yoni* CLOTHES froni  our up-to-il'iti- l.niloi-iiif*; emporium.  We iriuiriinU'*.' you'it piM-fei-t fit.  the liest quality nf j^iukIh 011 tin*  iiinfkt't, liitt-st fiiMiinn*,, anil we'll  >ro easy on your bank lu-i-ount.  We jrive you fit. finish anil qmility  -ind the work is not dono in e-ist-  ui-ii swent-shops.  R. S WILSON  _���������   TV ���������   '   ���������  Watchesl  4* That's our Specialty.    Wc also carry a  4* line of Watches, Silverware. Gold and  * Silver Novelties; nil kinds of Jewelry.  I KM. ALLTJM,  2 The Leading  ? ���������Watchmaker and Jowclcr.  .j, First Street, next door to Uerai.d oftice.  ���������*.  Crage  Agents _7=  &-Mayrie  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby (riven that I will apply to  the Board of Licensing Commissioners for thu  Ctiyof Jtevolstoke, at the mcetinif of said  Hoard, for a transfer of the license issued to  II. A. Brown and assigned ta me bv dim for th>  sale of-liquors by retail in the Union -Hotel  premises. Ilevelstoke; such transfer to be mado  to the premises known as Lot 1, Block _*, PIhu  fl_">, Kevelstokc, temporarily 'lending, the re-'  building of tlu* Union Hotel premises,  ��������� Dated Feb. 0th, 1000."        ���������  * *.  .   *    - *'���������    KDWA'KD CORNISf . .  '.'.'.'     ' "' 'notice.      ., .__   *-:  Notice is herebv gl\tin that'D. Stamper Is no-  longer connected with the Br >therhood;of  Railway Bridgeinen, and the Brotherhood, of  Railway BriUKamcu will not hu rei)onslblo  for any debts contracted for by D-tnld i-tanper  011 their behalf alter this date. ' ��������� '   - -  -      - THOS. GILESPIE,   *^  Mustor.  DANIEL -BASER.'  Secretary.-  . Revelstoke, Jon. 30,1900.    .,.,*.  11        ] NOTICE, _ ..      -   ,  Notice is hereby given to purchasers of lots'  in Block "A," Town of Revelstoke. otherwise,  known as the "Mara Townsite Propertv,". that  all instalments on account of purchase are .to  be paid to John I). Sibbald, Mara Towlult-  Agent, and to 110 other person. .  J.A.MARA,  F. McCarty, Revelstoke, B,C.  The Famous Crow's Nest Coal  Leave your orders at my office on McKenzie Ave.  COMMENCING  To Night's Smoking* Concert.  A smoking concert will be held tonight in Tupping'a opei-n house, f'nin-  niencing nt 8 o'clock. Admission 25c,  the proceeds to go to the piii*������c. which  is hein������ miule up for the Revelstoke  contingeiit to Sti-uthr-mia's Horst-. All  the liest local talent hus heen seemed  for the profrffiniim* hs well ns some  flistclii.ss talent from Un* outside. A.  hi;; houseis ant-icipati'd, hut as it ie a  smoker only male ci.atai'es can lie  admitted.  Monday, Feb. 12th  The Great McEwen  The World's Greatest Hypnotist.  NEW LAUGHABLE  FfcATliRKS  WONDERFUL CATALEPTICAL TESTS,  USUAL  POPULAR  PRICES  ~$*-Bt-_ Now Selling- at Usual Place..  $r.5o  Terms:   Cash with order.  a ton, Delivered from thc cars.  John D. Sibbald  Smelter  Townsite  ���������. .'. Revelstoke.  Agents '. >"  Phoenix. Western, British American, London - & Liverpool, and  Glolie Fire Insurance companies.  Pianos and  Organs  TUNED AND REPAIRED  W E hereby notify the smoking  public that the Cigar Makers' Union  have resolved to permit members of  the Union to work in our Factory,  and UNION CIGAR MAKERS ara  now at-work with us.   .- ,..,  '������������������' y������s"_(i--h'��������� ������������������* 05 j-**.������;������������������ ���������.  THOS. LEE. Pioprietoi*.  '���������  I  ; ,  *3*^  - i  ",  1  "i  LESSONS ON  THE VIOLIN.,  Jas. I. Woodrow  jgUTGHBR  Retail Dealer in��������� *       .    '  Beef, Pqrk,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season   All ordera promptly filled.  -_Sn_S___iSS.. RBYB_rS������0KB, B.������.  For Terms Etc., apply to  Jas. Taylor,  UNION HOTEL,  Newly Built. Newly Furnlih������<". Lightc-I by Klectrlclly.  $1,00 Per Day.  The City Hotel  Robt. C-ley. Proprietor.  Bo-t Wines, Liquors and Clunrii. IIcndquartCM for Railway Men.  Larue nnd Well Lighted  Sample Rooms   Heated by Hot Air and F.lcetrle        _    Bells and Light In every room  Krce Bus Meets All Trains  Reasonable Rates    ___.___:oa7__3i_,"v-ic_-0--_i-t-.J_-  -.  JOHN V. PERKS, Proprietor,  Night Grill _o__ <n Connection tor the Convenience of Guests .  G_8V������_S&_>k8, H.���������.  Hourly Hlroct Oar  Detweor Hotel add Station  Winter Goods  Skates I  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.  i ��������� ��������� _ ��������� .'��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� _ ��������� ��������� iiiii'i _ .a ��������� a &  t  Clean  Linen  -W. M. Lawrence  Hardware.  Tinware.  Stores.  SB  the ������.  We |  our  your ������  is   indispensable   to  . well  dressed man.  are     up-to-date     in  methods and make  linen    look     like    new  Your collars are   shaped  properly and .your shirts j������  fit your  neck with comfort.       We    want ��������� your *.  work.    Satisfaction guar,--!'.  anteed.      Business office: $  Two  doors east Molsons  Bank,  ' No Chinese Employed.  Surprise Steam Laundry  T. Buker, Proprietor.  _���������. Wl. 1 *-������������������--������������������������---'������-���������! .>.I'M

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