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 A  o������*&^r-#~*n  ^i^^t^^c^a-  -ISSTXIEID   TWIOE-A-WEEZ: - TUESDAYS   J������1S"ID   '&ttTIDJ������.!r&-  Vol. IV.    No.  H9.  REVEL3TOKE.B. C.,* TUESDAY,   APRIL 10, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  1  W  .1  V*  ('  r<  B. HUME  & CO.  1x1X31 ..  OBLIGED TO SURRENDER  25 per cent.  Discount  .  We are, clearing out- our e.i-,  tire stock of Carpets and are,  offering them at the above  discount. You can make  your selection from Brussels,  _-  Tapestries,  All Wools,' and  Unions.  Money saved is money made'  This is a great scheme  to  .make..smiev_    ..   ' .    :    '-,".  Those wanting to'p'urchase a*  Carpet had belter inspect our  st* c'.c "before   buying   elsewhere. *  Chiidrens  Boots and Shoes  Just opening COO pairrf-  _Anvai7C yon wftnt���������  Any kind >ou want.  Groceries  It vou want nicc*_.oods at right price's,  come and see our stock and get our  quotations. *'  FISH.  For   the 1 cnten  season   ������e' have just  received ;i niie line ot fish:  x-_-LAB%AD OR_HERRING   COD FISH.  CROSS &- BLACKWELL'S  KIPPERED HERRINGS in.tins  CURED MACKEREL. . '.  OLD   COUNTRY   SMOKED  HERRING.  We are giving  Special attention to  Teas and  Coffees.  And have.the bet Hint money van buy  HAM I.AI.S', as n pnekaga tea, has  no  equal in liie city.  Yon can yet It no  whoro  elxe  in   llie  City.  WE  HAVE   -  THE  SOLE  AGENCY.  C. B. Hume & Co.  Three   Companies  Royal   Irish  Fusiliers���������Two 9th Regiment  ^l_������Wft������_>i>_>'-P!*������_������-^-^_>_>^^ P&������#9**������*P������JH***������IM*&W $  PARTMENTAL STORE I  THEY MADE A GALLANT FIGHT  ' 5S������GXsX*XsXEffi������������-X3X^^  For Over Thirty Hours They Held the  Boers at Bay.���������The Boers arc Raid-  in the South of the Free State.���������The  Enemy Planning to Outflank General  Buller in Natal.  lJl.dH.MFONTHi-*. April (!.���������Tin- First  Cavalry Hrigadt* under Col. Porter  rei'onnoitored eastward to-iliiy beyond  Louw Kop. Tln*y finiiiil 150 Hoer.s  ami opened fire on them lull Boers  instantly dispersed.;  London*, April 7.���������Nothing regarding the attack alt'air nl Reddrrbtirg  has been allowed Lo come lluoou-h,  excepting the dispatch uf Lord Uolii'i ts.  Tin; prtsoueis mid guns taken ut  I_ minis Piis������t have urrivi'd ill Pri'torhi.  Tliu llritish troops reported yesterdav  I hut 11 foi ce of from 12,00- to 18.0U0  Bui'i*s had beenseen beyon.l Bosnian's  Kop moving fioui Thaba Nehu to the  .-oitlli. Thi* i'r.i*iiiy by nppi-iils nnd  menaces un* vninly trying to induce  I ho Burghers to take tne field again.  LohI Methuen'a Mafeking relief  force was concentrated at Bushop on  Tliiirt.cl.-iy. The Bot'ts.art* in force  a few miles di.-_t.-int on the Vaal River  and Bushop is deserted, all the men  being with the Commando, under Com-  iiniiiiliuit Duplessis. Loid Methuen  rniiiiuundud in a spirited little action  a few miles to the souheast, where he  surpri _.e.d the Boer-* on ,i Kupje. Not  'ii 111 ui escaped. 510 prisoners Were  t.iken. 60 horses* and a quantity of  baggage. Gen. DcVillcliois was killed.  A Boer hoisted a white Hag and then  Hied, killing a llritish ollicer. The  murderer was instantly shot.  Southampton. . April 0.���������Cecil  Rhodes hi ri .rd here today.  London.. April 0.���������The War oflice  hit:- received the following fiom Loid  Rolierts. dated Bloenil'ontein Apiil  ?tli : '-Methuen telegraphs ' fioin  Bo..hopJn Orange Free State,' a little  north of Kimbeiley .is follows : Snr-  rounded Gen. Villeliois JMarenil and  a liody of Boers today", none escaped,  Villiliois and seven Boeis were,killed.  Eight." wounded.-fifty  piisoners.-' ���������''  London, April ��������� li.���������Lord .-Roberts  reports Lli.it live companies nf troop-;  have been dipt mod liv tho Boeis near  Bethany. . ,     .  Three*companies of llie Royal_I>*ish  Fusileers and two companies of the  Ninth regiment weie sui unaided Ly  the Boers mid compelled l<> siirie.iiler.  ���������itier lesisting from noon of April 3id.  until 9 a. in. April 4th. The "enemy  was in force wilh^fhe guns. fGen.  G.itaere was imnie.li itely ordered Lo  the scene but could (ind no ti.-ue of  the enemy or of the mi-sing Hoops. ,  London.. April (J.���������The Duke -of  M.ulb.u cmsfli has gone lo jDrel'otilein  south <*.f 'Cedar.  ������  London.* Apiil C���������Upington has  been occupied by die I$Ht Kb.     * ..  London. April 0.���������Advices fiom  SpringfonteiiV dated today announce  that the Boers have been sighted  west of the tail way. It ia oflici.illy  ainioii-iced that lhe British lus-e ." in  the ambush affair near L.inn.is Post  total up to 43(1, including 171 missing.  Losdos. April 8.���������It -is reported  Ironi I_ iclysniith that lhe Boers aie  beginning to cotistrue Gen. Bulleis's  inactivity as a sign of inability to le-  snnie active operations, h.uce they  an* shewing much activity apparently  around Biggarsheig anil are said to he  planning to oulHank Gen. Buller by  .in advance in force by way of llelp-  inaaker. The Boers" statu that Ihe  Colesberg arid Sloi mberg commandos  numbering 0,000 and ten guns have  reached Kroonstadt.  Nothing further issued by the war  oftice tonight.  - London, April 0. 4.50 a. in.���������There  is liltle. ill today'.*, news to hring satis-  faction. Assurances that nothing  need be feared if the laihyay and  telegraph aie cut and Bloenil'ontein  isolated, together with the news that  the ladies and otlier.civilians areJieii'K  nideied awav do not augur null. The  Boers are displaying increased activity  in Natal but Ihete is not a "sign lh.it  Gen. S.iimour is moving. Mefeking  was still besieged on April 1st. The  garrison was sulTei ing- severely _ioni  lake of bread, and a inixliire of oats,  bran and meal was doing duty for  that article.  Tlietuniu rumors from CapPtown  that tht} telegraph wiics were already  cut ycstei day (Sunday) and also thai  the Hussars who were sent to the  leliefof lhe Royal Irish Rifles aie  also missing, alt.h'-.ugh pioh.ibly those  are Ihe outcome of 13iiurexiigger.itions  designed Lo encourage Lhe Burghers.  fooGfsiasscfisaao.rysso.o.osyo.1  And V-almy April breezes, delicate wild flowers, and the sweet verdure of Spring's best  months ahead of us. We have donned our Spring Gala Trim ahead of nature. Every  week, every day for sou e time past new goods have been arriving to be speedily  spread out to your view, and now the store is decked in nil llie beauties and novelties  that the most skilled miumlacturers of the world, and the erratic fashion makers,  whose word is law, have devised for your service and adorn in int. Every department  has its. quota of Fresh Goods, arid you will find us just as willing to show you anything that may interest you as we are here to sell, so come and enjoy the sight of all  Fashions, latest caprices for home use and personal wear even if you're not going to  purcha&e. _ .    ���������     ���������  is  ������������SX_<^GX!XsX_XiX_x_xS-^^ Jj  7;  5  LADIES' PINE TAILOR MADE SUITS  We cannot help being enthusiastic about Cloaks for \ve never had such a worthy  collection of Spring garments as we are showing now���������not a weak p.iint in the entire  %- collection so far as we know and every garment thoroughly  adapted to the  wants of  Eevelstoke women     You can jud^e the whole _took   by   our  Tailor-Made Suiu.   and  these three items will represent them: ,  NO. ..oi.  "Lad":,' Home Spun Cloth  Suits in new shades .of lilue_  .l.ickel-.'lini'd with colored  S.ue'eii; new skirt, lined viilh  IVn.iline and hound .with  Velveteen^ $1.  .10  Ladies'    New  Eaton    Suit  .  in Homespun Cloth in  grey  and fawn; linx pleated skirt  lined    with   *pei*c,iline * and  bound wilh yelveteen .$110;)  Ladies' Stylish Light Fifcl ing  Suits, made of fine all-wool  Seige, in black; Jacket lined  "with TaftVtta Silk", pleated  skiit, lined wilh percaline  - and bound with velveteen..   .* S.22 50  THE VANCOUVER CONVENTION,  The Strength of the Parties and the True  Inwardness of the Split.  The Revelstoke   contingent   to   the  Vancouver Liheial convention retui tied on Sunday   mot ning   without any  visible marks of the exciting scenes in  which they   had   been   engaged.     In  fact the meetings though disoiderly,  were a great, deal more good  humored  than   the   newspaper leports ^wciuld  have    led     one     to    imagine.     The  convention    itiulf    broke    up     without doing any business, thc lesolution  of want of confidence in   Mr.   Martiu'-  goveitiilient having    that   etfect.   for  wliiih it has doubtless designed.  Thei e  weie at least one half of tho  delegates  who were solid   for   party   lines   and  Martin.    The dis>t*ntients   were   split  up among themselves and had   to   re-  diuo lhe convention to uselessness  in  otdertoel_ectaretre.it.   The constituent les outside of the influence   of the  const cities weie   mostly   for   Martin.  The Boundary, Rossland,  North  Eist  Kootenay, South East Kootenay weie  solid.   Nelson was anti-Martin, Revelstoke was for him exiept J.  M. Kellie,  Kaslo     and     S.indon   were   divided  Kamloops was anti Mm tin.   Vancouver was for him and two ihiids   of   the  Victoria delegates.     The   Nanaimos,  headed by Dr. McKechnie, v*. ere  solid  against     him.      The   after    meeting,  whiih declined in favor of putty  lin-es  and Mai tin's leadership was  attended  hy   100   accredited   delegates   to    the  original convention out of a total 2S9  and there were   several   Martin   men  who were not awaie that the  meeting  was to be held.    The man,   who seems  to have come out of the  whole affair  witli'' flying- colors  is Smith  Curtis,  the new Minister of Mines.      He   won  golden opinions from all present,  and  could   have    carried,     had    it   ' ever  come   to   that,   a"   big    majotity    of  the convention to vote lor   him   as   a  provincial Ie ider of the Liberal   party.  The following list of the vote   on   the  question    of ,the   Cassiav    delegates,  whetlier they should   be  admitted   or  not shews rlcm-ly how the Martin and  anti-Martin     element     stood.       This  delegation was composed  of  residents  of Victoiia, whose .names are^ on  the  Cassiar voters' lists, but who were not  elected in   the constituency .and, who  really represented  a Victoiia si heme  to swamp the   Martin   vote.   Accoul-  LATEST FROM THE FRONT  The British Throw Lyddite Into,  the Boer Trenches.  TO THE RELIEF OF MAFEKING:  The Eighth Division Now On the Move,  to the Relief.���������Boers are Laying.  Mines for the Gallant Band at Mafekiug.  Roberts Waiting- for Remounts and(  Clothing for His Troops.  ���������\W_unENToy, Apiil ".���������The British;  shelled the Boers at Fourteen Streams,  yesleulay. The Bui*is responded this,  morning with the big gun. Tho  Biiti*-h have been dropping lyddite,  into the Uoer position finally silencing,  their gun.  London. Apiil 0,���������The retirement of-  the Irish Rifles fiom Rouxville leaves.  Gen. Biabant without communication,  with the Biitish forces. He has 3,000,  Colonials holding five defensive, posi-.  tions. The last despatch, received.,  fioin Robei ts was dated the 0th and  the last unofficial message from.-thi^,  fiont is dated the 7th.  Masehn.  Apiil 7.���������The  Boers  who;   ,  weie massed at L.idybrand last  week,-  10,000  strong, have   broken, up   into"  stiong divisions and au* now  raiding-  in the southern pint of the Fiee State.  Persistent  repoits    aie    circulated;  that the Jioei-s aie preparing to retake^ ���������  the liritjsh position  at Wepener and *  thus secure an  entrance  into  Basuto-.  land.  Prepar.Uioiis*i.ie being made to .bold-.  Blomfontein against stu prises.  Loid Kitchner is responsible for the -  protection of tlUM-ailway, while Xxirdt  Roberts isjivaiting for remounts nncT">  winter clothing for the troops,. whose',  imiforiusnre worn out. \  Geu. Bfabatit and -Geu.  Gatacre -are-".- *.  at a stands! ill..        ��������� J \  Lord Roberts will confine his opera--  tions to the Free State raider?, and to".'  "r\  - a,  .But we are prepared to do somethi'ng^extra in DressGood.s for you on Wednesday. We  ii'e going'"to,.intro hice you to some'clearing-lots.    They nre the" broken' assortments"  .of ninny line*'that liave been sellins; very   quickly   this-while   back-, and  now   must  "undergo a quick clearance.    This low pi-ice will do it..   Be.on hand early if you wish  any of thes.  goods.  UNDERWEAR,  We,want big Undei wear soiling on Wednesday  and  are doing what we can to get it.  You'll be the gainer if you paiticipate in these offerings for the day;  'Ladies' Skirts, fine cotton, one cluster tucks, deep frill, finished with tucks and frill of  embioidery.    Regular price $1.50; one day price .-...* $100  Ladies'. Drawers  ��������� price,..'   good heavy cotton, trimmed with lace.  Regular price 00c,  one day   ' 33c  Ladies' Gowns, heavy cotton, Mother'Hubbard  Yoke,  1  cluster  tucks,   frill  ol   embroidery around neck and around centre piece.    Regular price $1; for one day at.. .7"ic  Collet covers, good heavy cotton, well made and trimmed wilh embroidery.    Regular  pi-ice 40c; for one day at '. '- 25c  may be taken as mostly -Uaitin-.iuen  those for as anti-Martin in the main  Against.' Foi  Esquimau   Allieriii.'.   S. Nanaimo   N. Nanaimo   Nanaimo CiLy   Dewdney   N. Yale   W.Yale   E. Yale..-   S. Victoria   N. Victoria   Victoiia City   Vancouver   Slocan   Rossland   Revelstoke '.   Nelson   New Westminster...  \V.Lillo������et   E. Lillooet   N. E. Kootenay   L.mgley   Coinox   Cowiihati .*    Chilli wack   (.in iboo .'   E Kootenay   'Richmond   ... I)  .'.'.10  '.'.'. 0  2"  ..    ~>  ... 1  ... 7  ...21  ...37  2  ... 8  ... 0  13  i  the relieving of Mafeking,   for  which-.* . -  ingly those against  admitting   the'm I purpose the Silt division  now arriving"'- ^*  Lit  Capetown   has   been, ordered^  tc������. a.  Kimhei ley,,   " ,    -; _      ;"  The Boers tried to hire tlie, besieged j  at Mafeking out into a mined ambush,-_' ���������-  but the British .engineers discovered^ - ,,  Lhe mine and cut thc_ wire communi-.,  cations and uneaithed the 250 pounds',  of dynamite and war gellatine. _ '  The advaiue on  Pretoria is fuilher*-.. ^  delayed.  The piisoneis who were captured at,,. "  Boshof   baie   arrived   at   Kinibeiley,  510 in all.   Three of them were Dutch:..-  .  men and the others French,  Germans-^  -ind Russians. - - -_  ���������i*  L  2  6  1  4  10  ���������4 ���������  ' S  5 .  7  4  2  lo*  I  1  2  1  10  10  3  9  13&     139  STOCEOPOHILDRENS HEAD WEAR i  We wonder if there is anywhere mini her -urh collection of Children's Hfiidwear as we have. -NoLliing like it  in Revelstoke. What quakes ibis stock more charming is the Tact that many of the Novelty JLIals and  Bonnets ate only two'o'r three of a kind, giving Lhe liLLle lots exclusive Headgear���������a privilege, highly appreciated by fond mnilier-i.  All the newest Spring-Styles'nre hete as a m.ittei of course, including the c.itesl styles in Silk Bonnets and  dps. Wecnimol begin to" describe all the slyles, but no mother will care to miss this fine collection of Headgear and now i*- the best time to see it becair-i* all the newest novelties are on- view, but. many of them will  likely he picked up by eager buyeis in al'ew days.  Horn Ledge.  This ledge is situated ut the head-  wirfers (if the north fork of. the  Lardeau river, and there are upwaids  of twenty claims staked on it. Of the  fullowig good claims very little is read  or heard, viz. The Boss, Jenny Lind,  Ski. Rob Roy. Highland Chief, Centre  tji.'ir, Yankee Girl. Iron Horse, Canadian Girl, Celtic and others. The  trend of this vein is northwest and  southeast, and dip.* 55 degrees to the  east. The vein shows a big iron capping carrying galena, and wherever  any work has ' been done and the  capping removed, large bodies of ore  aie exposed. Assays of ore made  from different claims give fiom 00 to  130 ounces silver, upwards of 00 per  cent, lead and SI in gold. The vein  vm icts from two to five feet in width.  It appears on the slope of the Little  Duncan, and a group of three claims  slaked on it are known as die Holy  Moses group.. Thence across Gainer  creek tn"thu head of the south fork of  L-irdenii creek, then over the summit,  and across the lieadwateis of Haley  creek and down the west side of Lake  creek, in all a distance of about 20  miles.���������Ferguson Eagle.  Tin* ledge was struck yesterday on  the Nettie L. in tho lower winkings.  About 2 feet of oi*h is exposed. Messis.  Wisener, McTaggart anil Kincaidi*  came down today. Kiuraide continued to the Landing to look after the  tut! now theie.���������Topii.*,  One Day  Silk Selling  y yards of Fancy Striped Milanese Silks. These aie in Blue,  White, Pink aud White, and nllii'r'  ciiloi'S. in pielty slripcs and checks.  They me washable and the most  desirable Silk made. Regular value  $1 25; one day price 7oc.  Gloves Special  for Women  Wednesday  One dollar twenty-live and dollar  fifty line- grouped lugelhcr forone-  nrue selling for one day only���������Sjil.  ].!��������� with the first comers if you  want to he sutislied.  ' _������.  A MILLINERY" HINT.  Only a few short days before Easter nnd countless new  Ilatr. are to hi ordered, tried on and sent h������������riie in ihcir  trim bund boxes between now and then.    Don't put off  '<_'A*..'&!Ci-ding until the rush in so great that, we can't give  ^ you plenty of time and attention. You'll appreciate  the wisdom of making a choice at once if you stop and  think about it, and if you come and see the magnificent  showing of Pattern Hats. Trimmed Hats, Flowers and  infinite other varieik-s of other fancy Materials ready  for you- choice li-rc, you'll nut have uny difficulty in  selecting just tlio style and ju-t thc price that suits lint  every day counts now, so don't delay.  BOURNS BEOS.'  scasGx^&es������������������������^ ������_������__A������^>._**^j*������i������**������*������^  :��������� UBERAUD.SAGBEEMEHL-  Shot b^ the Sentry^  VicroniA, April 7���������Tbesentry at^thev.  navy yard at Ksquimalt fired on  nnd:;  seiionsly   wounded . ofiicer' Reginald^-*  Scott of H.M.y.,Pheasant, who is said;,  to have visited the yard .for the  pur-, ���������  po=e. of ^ inspecting   the    guard,, but  failed tfr answer the challenge... Lient. .  Didn't Want Martin. But   Were Afraid  to Say So. '  The following is from the pen of J.  J. LangstallV. a Liheial. and editor of  the Tiout Ijike Topic:  Talk   about   "confusion   woise  con-  ioiinded" if it don't be the thing iu the  Liberal   ranks   fiom   this   out   unless  some   political   Moses   arises   who   is  able to weld  together  the  fragments,  scattered   abroad   by   the  conflicting  elements of prejudice, craven fear and  self interest anil bring them to see that  discoid iu the face of a  menacing foe  is bound tn result in dNastious  defeat  and  iguoiiiiiioiis  oblivion    *    *    *    A  pictty   oulllt   Ihey   must   have   been  surely.    They   don't   appear   to  have  had lhe grit to come nut ll.itly  either  agiinst or for pally  lines  or  for Joe  M.irLili,    but   broke   up.    leaving    the  mutter     in     greater   confusion   than  before     Fiom this time out we might  as well go in for  th.:   full  amount,  so  hi ing     on     your    candidates.    Your  (Jutton men,   your   labor   men,   yoni  nipitalists, your Martin men and your  Cuii-,erv.itives.   the   Libeials  will   distribute themselves among yon.   Someone is bound to go  in   and   it   matters  vei y little who he is so  long  n-i  he  is  different   from   the   other   fellow.    If-  ��������������� e an* going to  hive a  '-crazy  quill,"  legislatuie let us v.uicgate  the tnlors  as much as possible.      Just look at the  Liberals of British Columbia,  are they  not  an   edifying   sight?   Too   deadly  afiaid to knock the chip nir a   Conservative shoulder.   Too much  afraid  ol  Joe Martin to say you can't lend n������. If  we had scanty respect for Joe   Mat tin  before we make obeisance to'hiui "now  for he is evidently the solitary exception of manhood it: our ranks.  Scott, it seems, about midnight went  ashoie and walked up .to   the  niivyi.-  yaid,-where   the 'guard   consisted   of'.*  four  men   and   a.   non-commissioned*.'  ofiicer of the Royal Garrison artillery. _  He   was   challenged   by_lhe   sentry,^  Gunner Uiggans,  but.no   reply   was",  foithcoming.     Tho   sentry   then   dis-.  charged'a blank cartridge,   when   the,  ofllcer turned   ami   run..    The   gu.iid;  then filed two   shots,   both   of   whicl<*^  look     plK-ft,   'and   Lieutenant  Scott*,  dt'opped.    He was at once   removed to '  the naval hospital, where two   wounds .  in the region of Lhe chest were attended Lo.   TJeutenant Scott   is   a   young  officer, being still   under   2.1.,  lie    has .  been about two yeyrs on this  division,  bi'ing posted to the  Pheasant,   on   her .  last commission on October 17th   1807.  All week friends of R. S. Johnstone,  who was drowned at Ai rowhead n  week ago Sunday, have been out looking for his body, hut so   far   without  succe.*--.  St. Elmo.,  During   lhe   greater   pait     of  ' tho���������������������������  winter two men   were engaged doing .  development   woik    and    taking  out  oie.   They   made  a. "shipment ii  yeiir  ago of five tons and  the  returns  gave.,  tlie satisfactory  result of, 113 ounces,  silver. S3 8D gold and $17 lead, making- '  a total value per ton  of $85.18.    The .  work done on this pioparty up  to the",  present consists- of a   tunnel . on  the .  vein 70 feet in length und at.   open cut  of 40 fdet.   At the end of this open cut  another tunnel  has  been   commenced,  to crosM*iit the vein at a depth of 125 ,  feet, and it  is expected  when  this  is.  completed a very fine body of ore will.  be av.iilabe for slipping-' The width,  of the ore body from .which, the five-  ton shipment  was made  is about IS;  inches and as fir aspresent indications  go. gives promise of increasing in bulk  aa the   work  progresses.    Hugh   Mc-.  Pherson     of Trout ,I_ ike   City,   and.,  others,   are    the   owueis.���������Ferguson,  E-iglo. *5s������sa33a:-_  -.'JCl1���������^ u.i_._������j ;/^,-J-*i_siii..,*ui^it_.i^u_  _i_fa-s������.*wi,t.iifin^-.i i'������ii������Hn������ir-,iM'.w.'i Jinn.  Revelstoke   Herald  A LA MODE.  Published In tho Interests o������  ttevelstoke, Laredau, Big Bend, Trout  Lake, 111!clllewaet, Albert Canyon,  Jordan    Pass    and    Basle  Pass  Districts  X.  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Give us a trial on your  ���������������xt" order.  To correspondents: We invite correspondence on any subject of inter-  Sit to the general public, and desire  a reliable correspondent tn every lo-  ���������ality Furounding Revelstoke. In all  eases the bona fide name of the  writer must accompany manuscript,  twit not nec������ssarlly for publication.  Address  all communications  REVELSTOKE   HERALD   o   Notice to Correspondent*  1 _.ll correspondence must be leg-  gjiy written on one side of the paper  eel jr.  I. Correspondence containing perianal matter must be signed with the  proper name of the  writer.  S.   Correspondence    with     i-sferonce  to anything that has app������ar<*d in another paper must  first be  offered   for  '  publication   to   that   paper   ebfore     it  '  ee_i  appear in THE HEP.At.D  His One Romance  Red will be even more popular for th*  autumn nnd winter than It has been the  pnst Kiinuucr.  Sonic of the new fur capes for the cold  days of lulu autumn nre fashioned to fit  the shoulders closely and reach below tha  wiilst.   Tliey have high, stylish collars,  Excepting in yellow nnd black, sntla  this season Is not considered as fashionable as pcau de soie satin matelnsse, victoria silk, faille, beugnline and other  qualities of replied silk.  For practical autumn uses there is now  _ great demand for fabric gloves of suede  finished cashmere in blnck, dnrk gray and  all the varying similes of tan aud russet.  The stitching is in tiny silk points.  Among new fashions .comes that ot  making out of door conts and likewise  jacket bodices for indoor wear quite long  in front but short at tho back, or Bhort  in front with greatly elongated bncka.  There arc few enthusiastic admirers ol  the shnpeless box cont, where there ar������  hundreds who prefer tho new carefully  fitted tailor jackets of cloth with stitched  revers, kaiser collar and plain, closa  sleeves.  Black anil white effects both in dress  antl millinery are still'iu the height of  favor. Many designs In silk and wool  fabrics appear in these quiet combinations, and some aro moro expensive by  the yard than silk.  The  newest  blnck  and   white  gowns  BV     SARAH     BEAUMONT     KENNEDY  As he drove down tlio Btrcut the  people of tho village iuew Instinctively that there wa-- ���������mi-.tDing uu  ntual in his appca_aiii..; ��������� n it loolc  a second look to disclose the naturo  o'. the change. Then they knew ".hit  hi. hueey was freshly painted and  that  he  woro  his   Sunday   clothes.  ' l.i-p was trying to turn dude,''  ciio lounger said to another.  "ies he never used to ���������wear store  clothes except Sundays und at funerals,"   answered another lounger.  ��������� lie's turned down towards Dr.  Washburn's; reckon he must have a  tooth to pull," said tho flrst man.  "Then tho doctor will have to take  a spell of guessing which tooth it is,  for Lap'll never tellhim. I never saw  si c 1. a man for shut mouth In my  life, lie's so sparing of his words  that he just nods his head for yes,  i\r.d shaltes It for no, and kinder  givnts for howdy. But it don't seem  11 hurt his business any; he loaks  nighty prosperous with his new  fencer   and   barns    ami    his    flower  worn at day weddings and receptions are | hoe's.   Wonder if ho has a  notion of  those in brocaded patterns over checked   nm lying?"    taffeta ot very rich quality: also In mate-       Tho   othor   man   laughed,     Murry-  lasse silks and satins aud in plain or  flowered stripes, both wide aud narrow,  In silk and satin alternately.  Although not always strikingly becoming, handsome black toilets never lack  charm or distinction it well made.  A com  ing! Why Lap Alston never looked  p.t j. woman long enough to recog-  nif.e her a second time. He's that  bFshful I believe he'd jump over  tho moon if a girl so much aa spoke  ti him.     Oh yes;    I mean    the big  biucd trimming of jet ornaments and ones; he's always been nice enough  black velvet ribbfin will often transform i f������ the children who go out to his  the uncomplimentary effect of n dull | f_.i-tr nutting and berrying. For in-  black cashmere or drap d'ete gown, es-: stance,  there's  Emma Washburn,   he  A    DANGEROUS    AGITATION  Ic was proper��������� it was even well���������  -tfcat Mr. Bourassa and those of his  ������ray of thinking should put them-,  selves on record in opposition to the  fieading of troops to South Africa.  T1.8 step was one of such moment  tj.it any one In Mr.Bourassa's place  who objected to it was almost in  ������������t>- bound *to rise up and declare  bis position. In doing so he merited  respect", and no man who believes  tfeat a man's speaking the thing he  will is the best safeguard of national  freedom will condemn Mr. Bourassa  w_d .his associates for speaking and  TOtlng as they did. There will he a  ������6cy wide and just condemnation,  kowever, if the agitation they seem  to have entered on in the French-  speaking districts of Quebec province  tfce meaning of-which was shown ..by  tfee adoption of a resolution, at the  ���������teeting in Napierville last Sunday,  teclarins opposition "to every scheme  ������������ Imperial federation and to every  contribution by Canada to wars of  0_* empire 'foreign' to Canada."  The resolution Itsel. is not so  eeriously open to condemnation as  tfce> speeches with which it was sup-  ��������� (ported. These abounded, according  t* reports, in references to agents  fceing sent through the country to  4rag French-Canadians from their  fc������mes that they might perish in far  ���������������*_ wars, Bghting for a cause they  did not love, and other stuff on the  same lines of the much-discussed Liberal campaign literature of 1S96. Mr.  Bourassa was accompanied by Messrs  Monet and Angers, two of the mem-  ters who voted with him in the  fcotise o"f commons division. At the  present time only mischief can come  of such an agitation as they have  started, and while it may tend to  solidify opinion in that province  fcehind their party, it will be at the  ao^-Mise of alarming decent senti-  tlment in Quebec as well as tho  other provinces.  pecially if a bit of rich lace or a touch of  color be added near the face.���������New York  Po.t.    CURTAIN  RAISERS.  Camilla d'Arville's time In vaudsville Is  said to be booked for one year.  Lily Grundy, daughter of Sydney  Grundy, made her first appearance iu  "The Degenerates," which her father  wrote for Mrs. Lungtry'a roturn to ths  stage.  The music of Frank Daniels' new  comic opera "The Ameer" Is said to bs  tho most exquisite that ever came' from  the prolific and melodious fnncy of Victor  Herbert. *  urei". to set a heap of store by her  v, hen she was little, but he never  lot lis at her since she put on long  diesses."  Il the meantime Lap drove slowly  dewr the street. He passed Dr.Wash-  burn's gate irresolutely, then paused,  cuim back and dismounted, tied his  l-.crse and went up to the gate with  an air of grim determination. Yes,  tho lounger was no doubt right, it  trust be the tooth. At the sound of  the boll he had-himself >-ung he grew  perceptibly paler; and then fell into  a cowardly trembling as the doctor  cpened the door.  "Good afternoon, Lap. Anything  the matter.,' --  "I want to see���������" the trembling  increased;    then  his resolution   for  said It chould.    He was losing hope.  "I was only eight years old then."  "Yes,   know;    I've been  waiting."  "You woro very good  to mo;   you  always  gave ine  tho biggest apples,  1  remember."  "Yes," But he Uarod not look up;  the story books said sho should blush  and stammer. The color ebbed out  of hia face.  "Was I very heavy when you held  me up?" Bhe asked, breaking the  pause.  "Nojti above common. I.n fa/Jt I  never felt any weight except���������your  arm on my neck." Then the color  came back with a rush. "You kissed  me when 1 put you down',' he said  reverently. *.  "How shockingly improper, and I  eight years old."  How could she laugh over a thing  B'j sacred? Then he tried to recall  the plan of his dialogue ,and said:  ' 'Vve planted hollyhocks up and down  the front walk."  "Have you." Again ho was rebuffed. He had hoped she would say  they were her favorite flowers. All  the heroines said such things.  "Do you like snowballs * and BWeet-  betsies?"  "Not particularly."  And the garden was full ot them,  planted for her! Presently ho stole  a look at her, and tho misery tightened about' his heart. In none of  the story hooks had tlio girl sat  calmly thus while tho hero poured  out his heart to her. Then he made  a last effort.  "I suppose it wouldn't bo right to  hold a girl   to a promise    she  mado  when she was only eight years old?"  "No;    not unless she was ���������willing."  "And you ain't willing?"  "No."     Then    she    added     softly.  "The fact is, I'm soon to bo married."-  He got up slowly.   "Good bye, Miss  Emma;    reckon I bettor go and see  ycur pa again about that cider."  In the hall he looked ruefully at  his hat before taking it from tho  rack.  "Didn't belong there after all," he  said, and went away.  "Must have been a bad tooth," said  tho first lounger as he saw him drive  past.  "Yes, Lap looks like he was about  yanked in two. Tooth must hare  broken   oft."  Brt it was  not a  tooth   that  was  broken, it was a lonely, human heart.  ���������__ o   A novel feature of flat shaped Bold  mesh purses and bags is the attachment at the bottom of a row of gold  tasselllke pendants. Turquoises cut In  pear shape and pearls of irreglulor  fonformation are also used to form a  sort of fringe of gems.  Fine gems are more than ever used  on costly leather pocketbooka. The  jeweled button fastening which first  appeared tn the comparatively modest  guise of the turquoise now takes the  form of a valuable diamond, ruby or  the like.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  $i&$*$*fy$i&&$i&$i$i$4  The _  Revelstoke Herald  7 ii's,  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  INCORPORATED 16TO  Carpets!  The display in our carpet  department this season far  exceeds in variety of design  anything previously shown by  us in Calgary. Our new  goods have been placed in  stock and include the following liri,������S:    ���������  la the leading newspaper ef  the great mining districts ot  West Kootenay. It gives all  tha latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  la authentic, reliable and read  able article* from luupmttan  able Information. It eajoyi  a large circulation and is _������*���������-  ���������eqnentlr unequalled aa as  advertising medium la tte  field ia which it ia pabttafceS.  Subscription $2,00 Per Hnnilm  $1.25 For Six Months,  81 riGtly. in Mi������b.  ���������������������������  Archibald Forbes belonged to the  aid school of war correspondents, but  it -R-as a good school. An old dragoon  -h������ knew what he was talking about,  and he was not without literary  ability; but he did not slop over  He could be stirring without being  sensational. The new school aims at  being sensational at all costs, and  they are not always stirring.  Ia one of his letters to Major-  Oni.ral Hutton, Lieutenant Colonel  8am Hughes asks why he could not  ^iretrc-at-and-surrender-equally^enough,  with British regulars." and again  ���������peats of how "the old plugs of Boer  (armers walloped the British though  t___fi odds were often against them."  Ail this was in the effort to compel  the granting of    a command   to   the  writer. If Canadian parliamentary  records come* under the notice of the  British a:my authorities in South  Africa, Lieutenant Colonel Sam  Hughes is likely to have reason to  Wish that Canadian militia officer*;'  letters went through a censor's hands  before being printed.  Clement Scott, tho errntic English re-   mwii (        ___  viewer, is to be the dramatic editor of tha j BOok him utterly and he added lame-  New York Herald, so suys a report which ly. i.j>m. grinding elder this week,  comes simultaneously from London an<IjVant any?'' '-.  New Tor. . 1     "Yes,   I   think   I ~do.' Applo   crop  Worms, who was about to retire from } gooA this year?" tho dentist asked,  the company at the Fruucals, has con- ! detecting tho signs of nervousness  f-entcd to remain another year for the ' ana thinking lie understood: They  gala performances to be given during th������ . a]1 acted this way wllen there was a  exposition months. j tooth   to   be   drawn;     the   big   men  Florence Warden, .who. wrote "The ��������� j>eing worse than the rest " But the  Guinea TiBs" nnd produced it in I_oiidon.-question went unanswered, for Lap  on her own responsibility, submitted tho had braced himself anew and sum-  play to five London" munacers, who re- ' nroned his resolution. There was a  fused It.   It is a failure. J certain whiteness  about his lips, and  The grand oriental ballet'.in the. third | a queer quaver in his  voice,  but he  act of David Henderson's extravnganza,   asked his question intelligently: -  "An Arabian (Jirl aud Forty Thieves,"       "Miss Emma at home?"  Is one of the most elaborate and bcauti- J    n .was not a tooth after' all.*   The  ful ballets seen in years. 1 astonished   doctor  hesitated   a   mom-  "Tho Greek Slave," a comic opera that i ent,   then said hastily:   :  has been ruuuinff uutil recently ut Daly's j    "Yes,  I think so.   Come in?"  theater in London, with Marie Tempest!     I_ap longed  to  say no,  but.he foi-  In tho principal part, may b������ seen with  that star in America this season.  Ivnre, the Latin Quartior.humorist who  had so much fuu out of Quesnay de  Bcaurepaire, says that lie has written a  farce to be called "I'aris-Basle and Return," which will contain lbs principal  episodes of the Dreyfus incident.  THE ROYAL BOX.  Tho Emperor William Is said to be the  only living sovereign of Europe upon  whose life no attempt has yet been mado.  The Duke of Comiiuiglit will endow a  ward in the Dundee Hospital For Incurables, which he oflicially opened last  month.  The khedive of Egypt is an accomplished violinist, but he much prefers  dance music to the productions of the  great masters. He studied music in Vienna.  Prince August of Coburg lias now shot  3,000 chamois on his estate at Schlad*  ming. He killed his first in 1SG0 in the  same district. In 1SS4 his total bag  reached 1,000, and by 1S01 he hud Bhot  2,000.  Queen Margherita of Italy is building  a chateau at Grosser}- to pursue with  -greater-comfort���������her-farorits-sp'ort���������of:  mountain climbing. The style of its architecture will be Moorish in design, and  the queen is personally superintending  its  .lection.  lowed the doctor into ��������� tho parlor,  There, being left alone, he 6at down  and looked around him, and as he  did so tho tense lines about his  mouth relaxed and in their stead  there  came a smile of  intense  self-  satlsfaotion.  "I'm sitting here in her parlor and  ���������and my hat's hanging out on the  rack just as though it belonged there.  AU his years of waiting .nuic back  lo him. He seemed to see as in a  glass a little girl in a checked apron  standing under an apple tree; and  them she seemed to grow and grow,  but 6he always had the sunshine on  her hair and the smile in her eyes.  He had waited for her to grow up,  dreaming dreams meanwhile of which  the world never guessed. Twenty  times he had dressed himself to come  here, and as many times his courage  had died away. But here he was at  last; and he closed his eyes and rehearsed the speeches he meant to  make her. He knew just how she  would act, for he had studied the  leve scenes in dozens ot novels. She  would blush and stammer, and that  meant that she���������he opened his eyes,  and the smile spread over his face  as molasses spreads over the flat  surface-oLa ,plate-:^B_ut_it_djsappeared^  DAINTY TRIFLES.  JACK  ENTERTAINS VISITORS  Jack is the genius .if the family.  He -is 10 years old, on omnivorous  reader, and always on the hunt for  lu'ormation. Occasionally he breaks  O'.-t with questions when visitors are  around.and causes consternation in  domestic ranks, although to Jack it  seems that he always puts things  with a fine air of impartiality. Hc-  Ctrtly a neighbor dropped in to  3|:end the evening. .lack's mother  said she would be down in a minute  and meantime Jack took it upon  l.im&elf  ;o entertain the company.  There is one .thing I would like to  knew?"  said  Uie quaint lktle fellow.  'Well?"   smiled   the   visiting   lady.  ''Were* you considered handsome  >.l*en you were a young woman?"  ' Er���������well,   Jackie,"    hesitated    the  .visitor, "I don't know that I  was.    I  think probably no one but Mr.Brown  considered   mo   beautiful,     and   you  k._ow he married me."  "Well, I just wanted to know. Were  jt u skinny then?"  - "I don'i think you could have been  si ver;>- fat. Now you're old and  "i-ely and look like 30c. There's  mamma���������I hate to say it, because I  like her first rate, but she is not  l.ic-tty and looks about what she is���������  T-0 or some such. Then Mrs. Smith���������  she makes good cream pie, but she  n.rely never could have been hand-  si .me. Well this is the way it goes  with all the" women I know. I asked mamma what she thought about it.  She said little* l>oys were lo be seen  ond not heard, and that bhe would  bEve to give me a spanking before  the days was over. So I thought I'd  ask you."   O :   Montreal Gazette: Mrs. S. IS. Steele  ���������who was among the many Montreal  l������eopIe who went to Halifax to witness the departure* ot Strathcona'-  horee. has returned to Montreal and  will live here -- the guest or her  mother, Mrs. Harwood. of 26 St. Famine, street, during Colonel Steele's  ttee of "---rrvice in   Soidh  Africa.  Vinaigrettes are smaller than heretofore and come mostly in crystal with  Jeweled tops.  Hatpins are larger than ever. Rhino-  stones nre used extensively. The most  beautiful pins are set with genuine  stones. Three or four hatpins aro U3ed  in' each hat.  If the" buckles keep growing smaller,  thc stock clasps will be used for the belt  ribbon after awhile. Some of the prettiest designs nre in flower forms, enameled in natural colors.  Jet is advancing in favor, probably ow-  .ug to the great amount of jetted tunics  used this year. The jet Cyrano chains,  jut buckles for b.lti and shoes and jet  combs for the hair are effective with the  light nnd white co*.tti!.*ies to be worn lliis  winter.  HIGH   NOTES.  There is a rumor that Lcnndro Cam-  pnnnri, formerly of New York city, will  lead n Milanese orchestra in 40 concern  in the United Stales.  as suddenly as though somewhere in  his anatomy an electric button had  been touched, for there was- a step  in the hall, and Emma Washburn  said:   :  "How do you do, Mr. Alston? You  wished  to sec me.''  Lap got up limply and" from sheer  force of habit nodded his assent instead of speaking it. For a moment  he looked longingly at the door  through which she had just entered,  as though outside of it lay his one  chance of safety; and then he sat  down and asked explosively if her.  hens had begun to lay " or  were only moulting. And then, without waiting for an answer, he dived  into his pocket and drew out two  big apples.  "Thank   you,   they     are   beauties,"  F.mma said, smilingly.  v "Came of your tree."  "My tree?"  "Yes; the big one in the corner.  I've called it yours ever since���������since"  His throat seemed closing up.  "Since   what,   Mr.   Alston?"  "Since that day when you were  little, and you said���������er���������you wanted  some blossoms���������" Was his tongue  going to be paralyzed? He knew ho  had started right, that theso apples  were to lead tipto what he was going  but something was wrong.  There is such a thing as wooded  swearing. When people too polite to  swear bang doors and kick ove*  chairs, that is "wooden swearing."���������  Atchison Globe.  Electrical power can be transmitted,  with profit 80 miles and used as steam  is used.' .  Give,"the average -man.a raise ia  wages and he begins at once to look  for fool things to buy.  If you-don't believe that men are  neater than women, - look at. the old  shoes left at a shop to be repaired.  'Allen Maclean, the new premier of  ���������Victoria, is apoet as-well'.aa a politician.-' * A book of his poems bears the  title * "Two  Glimpses of Nature."  Henry T. - Flnck, the author of several well known books . on evolution,  is making a study of the love stories  and popular, tales'Of  Japan.  Berlin - has 70 public monuments, a  larger number in proportion to the  size of the city than that of any other  European capital.  Alice C. Fletcher, whose "Indian  Song and Story From North America"  is one of the interesting new books,  is a well known student of Indian  character and - cuatom ��������� and the holder  of the Shaw-fellowship at the Pea-  body museum'in Cambridge.  Ladles' watches seem about equally  divided between the Important and  conspicuous chatelaine and the tiny  time-piece attached to a long chain.  William Dean Howells relates that  as a boy his first literary workshop  was a narrow space under the. stairs  at his home. There was a desk  against the wall and a little window  giving sufficient light. This was his  Btudy for six or seven years.  British and Swiss postal authorities  have made an arrangement by which  money can be transmitted by telegraph between the two countries.  The Society for Ethical Culture at  a recent meeting In Munich - discussed  a plan for the establishment of public libraries and reading rooms fashioned' after American models.  A grateful variation of the familiar  ball topped hatpin is found in stones  with flat top, Set Into a cup of pierced  work decorated with brilliants.  The government of New Zealand  provides work for all applicants at  the rate of $2.00 a day.  Success   in   grape     culture   requires |  that a variety be selected that Is well  adapted  to  the locality in which it ia  to be planted.  Unusual cuttings, such as ovals,  heart shapes, etc., occur in the costliest white and yellow diamonds, the  moutinp. being invisible and the slen-,  d<*r band of tha ring encrusted with  -tiny-brilliants:���������-- - .-��������� -.- ���������=____=__  XX  BruiselslCirpets  Tapestry Carpets  Velvet Carpets  Napier Mattings-  Rugs and Mats.  Linoleums  X       ���������  It takes a foremost place In  the race for prominence .and  popularity with business  houses and m a consequence  does more business with  those requiring printed stationery and office supplies than  any other printing   establish  ment in Eastern British Colombia. The class of trMtt  turned out has been proMna*-  osd equal to any thins et th*  kind executed In the tegs  titles by much larger iiiiiiil  ���������rles. r  L  Job Printing Department  Is equipped with the latest  faces in type designs and all  work entrusted to The Herald  la handled by exprleaood  workmen who thoroughly understand the proper use ���������__ the  material at their  The Herald does not data to  be the only printing how* to  th* district but it does ateka  to bs ..i.  Our new stock of curtains  has also arrived and we are  now -showing several very  pretty lines.  Hudson's Bay Stores  CALGARY.  Sigi-iil Arnoltlson tins just Pineda con-J t'\.Sgl^SBOms?     T   ^^^   understand  nict with llio Imperial Opera of St. I'e-  lersbiirs for 20 representations, her re  numeration being $1,200 a poi'tormnnce.  Franz Sclinlk, who conducted lhe German operas Inst senson for Mr. Gran, hni  been engnKcd for1 ten years ns n conductor at the Berlin Itoyal Opera House.  They have discovered In Berlin thnt nn  otherwise excellent cornet player who  ftnuimers in Bpeoch nnd cannot enunciate words beginning with a "b" or a "d"  also stammers at the beginning of a magical phrase. Ai yet the learned hav������  found no cur*.  KITCHEN  HELPS.  To whiten the kitchen table spread It  nil over wilh a thin paste of chloride ot  lime aud hot water. Leave this on all  ni_lit, and in the morning wa������h it off.  If, when cooking, a saucepan or fish  kettle springs aleak, drop a small piece  of bread into It, nnd it will immediately  find its wny lo the hole nnd stop thc leiik-  iiiff.  Often in the use of the double boiler  the water in the outside vessel refuses  to boil. When this happens, Gil the outer snucepan with strong salt water, and  it Trill boil much iooner.  "Yes; -apple blossoms; and they  were out of your reach, and I came  along and you said���������you Raid you'd  h? my���������" but his tongue absolutely  refused to pronounce the delicious  word, lie was thrilled to his linger  tips.  "Well, I promised to be your what?"  "Sweetheart." The word was Httlo  mere than a whisper: but it was  a* if his heart had bubbled up effor-  vcsccntly  and  overflowed his  tongue.  "Your Hwcetheart? That was a  rneh promise," and sho laughed. In  none of the hooka had tho heroine  laughed at such a time. "Did you  go' me the blossoms."  "Yes, T held you up���������" ho stammered. V  "Ob, yes, you held mo up to reach  the flowers, I recollect."  "And when I lifted you up, you  put your���������your arm around my���������  my neck." He stopped a mlnuto  to catch his breath, then went on  heroically: "And from that minute  I havo never thought of anybody  else for my���������a wife."  "Why thlB must havo happened  elKht years  ago!"  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Pooi,,  President Great  Western Mines,  Limited, Ferguson and Revelstoke,  F.  W.  Godsal,  llancher,   Pinclier. Creek.  J.    D.    GltAIIAM,  Gold  Commissioner,  Atlin,  B. C.  Gko.   S.   McCaktek.   Solicitor,  Revelstoke.  "W. M. Bi.own, Proprietor   St    Leon   T-Iot^ [Springs,   Revel&toke,  The Double  Eagle  Company   has been    formed   for the purpose, not only of m ning its present properties  properties  ._.. _ . _  Lardeau   district   one and  a  half miles  from Ferguson   Sufficient promoters  snares have been set aside  for the  purchase  of the remaining  quarter.  The May Bee is the sister claim Lo the now famous Nettie L, which has broken all records in British  Columbia for large bodies of phenomenally rich ore. The May Bee and Nettie" L were located together in  1802 by Mr. W. B. Pool (who has been appointed manager of the Double Eagle. Co.) Both claims carry identically;  the same rich ore on the surface and the same remarkable ledge runs through both, carrying high values  in gold, copper, silver and lead. Tho promoters have already spent $4,000 in developing the May Bee, with  excellent results', and in order to place the mine quickly on a shipping basis the company now offers the public  the opportunity of investing to a limited extent in fully paid and non-assessable treasury shares (par value  $1)   at   10 cents each. .  Shares will be sold in blocks of 100 and upwards.  The  company  reserves  the right  to   withdraw the  sale  of shares from  the  market   at   any  time    without    notioe  Applications  may be  sent  to the  Secretary,  ApPi y A H  HOLD|CH  REVELSTOKE,,  Or to SHO. 1. VOUMO   HERHLOBLOCK. CALQAftY. ������l.  I  ���������  u  *gffl  at  The War in Africa  A  tiOLD  STl.OKIS  Boerti   Attempting  to Surround  Lord  Roberts   at   Bloemfontein.  Bloemfontein,    April    4.���������There    are  numerous   Indications  that  In   pursuance of their boast that they will recapture   Bloemfontein,   the  Boers  are  trying to surround tho town and cut  our  lino    of communication    to    tne  i aeuth.      Large    forces    are    reported  east  and   south,   -which   are  supposed  to'be   maklnB for the railway.   Ihey  ���������till hold Thabu Nobu and the watcr-  Ciord Roberts is completing his concentration, four seven Inch guns ana  tour naval 12 *pounderB have been  mounted on the lco.j es commanding  the plain. Tho cavalry camp has  boen removed to a better position  north east of the city. Special precautions are being taken to protect  tho railway southward. The railway  ta the north is in the possession of  tfac British as far as Karee Siding.  IMPORTANT  ENGAGEMENT  ut  Reported   to  Have  Been Fought  Dosmnn Kop  London, April C���������The Bloemfontein  corespondent of thc Pally Mall eays:  "Goneral Clementa' division, 6000  strong, has arrived from the south  ���������ad camped Ave miles north of the  city after a continuous march ot a  fortnight. There is no danger of u  ���������water famine.  "An important engagement was reported yesterday afternoon, lasting  several hours, at Bosman Kop,  betwe-n the Boers and British troops.  The v -it ollice Issued no,news yesterday ii'.d the matter was allowed to  oomo through from the corresponded."  o  SITUATION IS CRITICAL  London, April 6.���������The situation at  Mafeking is most critical. A desperate sortie not only was repulsed  br the Boers, but Colonel Plumer  again met with a severe reverse, leaving the main part of his dead on the  Arid.  GUARDING   AGAINST   SURPRISE  London, April 6.���������According to the  Standard's report there is no sign  that the Boers intend taking the offensive and General Clements is disposing of his forces so as to guard  against any surprise, which,'although  improbaSle, is urgently regarded aa  not impossible, judging from tho preparations of Lord Rohmts.   o  ���������  .  HER   MAJESTY   AT   DUBLIN  DOMINION 'PARLIAMENT  Ottawa, April 5.���������Royal assent was  given to the bill to provide for the pay  of contingents and tho San Jose  Scale measure. The- afternoon was  taken up with a discuslon on the  beet root BUgar -bounty, ana in the  evening the transportation debate was  continued, Mr, Bennett Anally withdrawing  his  amendment.  At the public accounts committee  meeting Douglas Stewart was examined respecting tho sale of penitentiary binder twine,  Tho Rainy River railway bill asking for an extension of time was reported by the senate committee.  Twelve months extension   was given.  Tho report of the elevator commission with many recommendations  was laid upon the table of the House.  Ottawa, April 6.���������Tho minister of  railways and canals has introduced  amendments to the railway act providing for government control. Provisions arc made for sequestration of  railway property given hy governments for prevention of companies  exploiting townsites and side tracking existing towns, and for uniform  set working rules.  Sutherland stated the Immigration for tho past three years aggregated 74.683 Bottlers, of which 21,574  came from tho States.  Kettle River railway bill was defeated in  committee.   o   FIRE  IN A   CONVENT  St Jacques, Lachlno. Que., April 6.  St. Anne convent waB burned to the  ground last evoning. The loss Is estimated to bo about $100,000 nnd the  Insurance only .15,000. Thero wero  no livos lost but many persons are  suffering fron*. burns and Injuries.  The cause of the Are is not yet  known.  ���������������������������Or-   CHINESE   EXCLUSIVENESS  Berlin, April 5.���������The Pekln correspondent of tho National Zeltung describes the growing stubbornness of  the Lung LI Yamen, Chinese foreign  office, toward all the powers, Russia Included, and he mentions the fact  that Russia finds herself unable to  obtain the consent of the Chinese government to a railway from Maukden  to Pekln. German's efforts to penetrate up the Chinese rivers with gunboats have failed because the * boats  are too deep. The German naval  department has accordingly ordered  the construction-of seven flat bottomed gun boats for this special .purpose.  ��������� a   SHORTHORN   CATTLE  tlie  First Day of  Her Residence in  City Passed  Quietly and  ���������   Uneventfully ...  Dublin, April 5.���������The Queen landed  ia Ireland yesterday morning for the  first time in 3a years. The disembarkation from tbe royal yacht was  accomplished at 11:30 o'cIock. The  rotnmander of the ��������� forces in Ireland,  the Duke of. Connaught, the Lord  lieutenant Earl Cadogan, ana tueu  staffs welcomed Her Majesty, and tbe  ride from Kingstown to Dublin commenced in splendid weather and  before huge good natured crowds. The  Queen's progress from Kingstown to  the Vice Regal Lodge was marked  with great enthusiasm. There was  no. untoward incident. At the entrance to the city she received on address of .welcome. .  Dublin, April 6���������r4:15 " a-m.}^  Queen Victoria's flrst day of residence  in Dublin passed quietly and unevent.  fully. Such scenes as there were  might well have occurred' in London.  The official announcement of the formation of the Irish Guards was not  given out here aud came from London too' late for the afternoon  papers. Neither the Freeman's Journal ,the Independent Journal nor the  Irish Times comment upon it In the  morning, but the Express says: "It  ia a great and kindly compliment to  Ireland," and suggests that the  Guards be composed of the remains  ot the Irish regiments, which have  fought so valiantly in South  Africa.'  The Queen is in the beet of health  and certainly she looked so during  both drives. When she went out oa  her afternoon drive, without an es-  oort, carriages, cabs and jaunting  care persisted in following her and  the policemen, after a few futile efforts, allowed this unuBual proceeding.  It is understood that Her Majesty  received the news of the attempted  assassination of the Prince -of Wales  ~:with^almness-^-andi-rtha_,-!ialt_LOUgh*-  di6tu.bed, she was not in the least  agitated.  -The Lord  Lieutenant .and Countess  Cadogan,  theDuRe- of    Devonshire,  . the Duke .of Abercorn, and the Right  - Hon.   Charles  Owen' O'Connor,  dined  " with the Queen last'night.   The-lllu-  'minations were again the feature of  the town attractions.   ���������o   PRINCE OF- WALES  sponso put our shoulders to tho wheel,  true Liberals and Independents, each  giving and taking a little, and see  what we could do to assist these gentlemen In forcing the government to  give us legislation In the Interests of  the farmer.., and developers of our  country, rather than the railway companies, monopolists and professional  politicians.     Yours faithfully,  W.  G.  PETTINGELI-,  President Reglna   and District Liberal Association,  Reglna,  March 16,  IflOO,  FOR   BEAUTY   SEEKERS  Girls with red hands do well to let  coffee alone  A few drops of tincture of benzoin  as good fo the skin, Too much will  make the skin tingle and burn.  The tfbdy needs internal as well as  external baths to keep it healthy.  To give tho body an internal bath  drink plenty of water. If you are  inclined to stoutness do not drink  during meals or within half and hour  before or after them. If your complexion is bad nothing will Tie more  conducive to a cure than drinking  water either hot or cold, but' preferably the latter.  Thin women should never lose  their temper. It makes thorn thln-  nor still.  If you are stout and want to get  thin try the standing-run exercise.  Double your arms against your  waist and put a clenched hnnd on  each shoulder until you look like a  fowl with wings trussed for baking.  Then run as fast as you cauibut do  not move from the spot on which  you are standing.  Onions are good as a spring medicine for thc complexion, but recommended  only  tor thin persons.  When cared for properly the feet  are .washed night and morning, and  the nails trimmed and attended to  carefully at least once a week. If  there are callous spots, once a week  wash the feet In strong borax water,  as warm as you can stand it. . Dry  and rub with alcohol to harden tho  skin  o  CARPING CRITICS  The  United-States  a  Growing  Market for Canadian Animals  American ' farmers and stock  breeders are the beBt customers Canadian Shorthorn cattle breeders can  have. This was evidenced at the  Flatt sale of Shorthorns, held in this  city a few' weeks ago,', as the large  majority of the buyers at the sale  were American*!,1, who represented  five or six states, buyers ��������� coming  from as' long a distance as the  state of Iowa. A few breeders and  importers in Canada- have made a reputation for tho quality of the stock'  they have-to sell, ��������� and scarcely a  week passes .by that .shipments are  not made from Hamilton to the United - States. There are a few importers and breeders in the vicinity of  Hamilton, principally W D. Flatt,  of this city and Pettit & Son, of  Burlington Junction, who did the  larger part of the shipping business  to the United States. Every American farmer has pride in owning a  herd of thoroughbred cattle, and  within the past few years "the-Shorthorn seems to have the call: For a  bull or heifer that pleases their.fancy  they are willing to pay fancy prices.  It it no uncommon thing for our  Canadian importers to get1 from $1000  upward for a yearling bull, and heifers range from $500 upward. These  are fancy prices, and Americans seem  to be the only customers who pay  them. Since last September Pettit &  Son have sold to American farmers  nearly $11,000 worth of Shorthorns.  One fanner was over here two or  three weeks ago and bought from  that firm one hull and 14 heifers and  calves, for which he paid $6,900 and  another buyer paid $1000 - for -a  likely, young bull and $1075 for five  heifers. If the Scottish breeders of  Shorthorns could realize such prices  they would think that the-millennium was at hand. Our Canadian importers all go to Scotland, for not one  of them .would ever think of buying  a Shorthorn in England or Ireland  although the-breed there has just as  fine pedigrees. .' As' breeding cattle are  admitted free of ' duty . into the  Ur.ited States, that country offers a  market that Is worth cultivating by  our Canadian breeders. A 'good herd  -of-ShorthornS'runs up into-big-money.  .���������Hamilton  Spectator  .'  USES OF THE LARIAT.  METHODS   OF   MEN   WHO   ARE  PERT WITH THE LASSO.  EX-  Macleod Advance: We have said  that the sympathy oi the American  press, especially of the religious  press, is very largely with Great  Britain. There are a few exceptions,  which make'this general sympathy  the more' apparent. - The Christian  Herald, edited by the Rev. Dr. Tal-  mage, pursues a course of eulogizing the Boers and- carping at Great  Britain. "If Great Britain," it says,  " has made up her mind to absorb  that country for the sake of the  gold mines, it is on the principle  that might makes right. Certainly  we are fighting no such battle in the  Philippines. The Boers are maintaining a requlblican form of government, the Filipinos are rejecting the  one this country offers."  It is .the veriest nonsense to_ speak  of the ' government of Kruger- as a  republic. It is a despotic oligarchy,  which refuses the common rights of  man to the people who have created  its wealth and enabled it to arm to  the teeth "to crush out the very semblance of liberty. - '-  This same Dr. Talmage we have  seen deliberately insult the British  flag on his own church at a religious  service on Memorial day. Dr. Peeke,  a native Hollander, in Chicago, declares that "The Boers want freedom, the British wanted gold and  diamonds. The Boer government  stood. for God, the British government for gold. It was a conflict undertaken' by the Boers for conscience  and right, and by the'Briton, to rob  him of his land and his liberty. The  free American citizen should see but  one end by the triumph of civilization with God' in it, and .the godless power ot the- British government  forever broken."  To the valiant doptor the Rev.H.  A. Reed replies in the Christian Up-  look: .    . - '  "It seems to me that the Boer is  a wily liar, a bigot and a brute.  During the civil war the onlyabsolute-  ly safe place for the negro was under  that hated British flag. The Boer  was about the last fellow to abandon  slavery���������and then only at the compulsion of the British���������even as his  forefathers were the first to sell  slaves to British* colonists, which  they.did in Jamestown in 1619."  "It Is a-significant fact that of all  the defenders of' Great Britain's  policy In "relation to her dependencies, there are none, more enthusiastically 'commendatory than the foreign missionaries from the churches  of, America."  WESTERN   LIBERALS  Brussels   Indignant   at the Atrocious  Attempt-to Assassinate His  Imperial Highness  Brussels, April 5.���������The attempted  assassination of the Prince of Wales  was the sole topic of conversation  on the streets, and in cafes and theatres last evening. Everywhere regret and deep indignation were manifested * and - satisfaction at the' nature  of the criminal attempt was universally expressed.'*  - It is stated that when the crowd  rushed at Sipidio he* received a blow  on the. face from someone's fist which  drew blood. ' ���������  ��������� One version of V-ipidio's statement  is that he declared that he committed  the act becaufee lie was an Anarchist  and did not   allude to South Africa.  It was believed that the chamber  of deputies and the senate would  adopt resolutions expressing. indignant reprobations of the attempt  upon the prince's life.   o ���������  LORD  WILLIAM SEYMOUR  HIS MOUNT  Halifax, April 6.���������General,- Lord  Wm. Seymour Issued on order that  hereafter artillery guards on all the  forts at tho barracks will be mounted with fixed bayonets. This is the  flrst time in tho history or. the city  that artillery guards havo been ordered  to 'mount with bayonets.  JAPAN AND RUSSIA'  Shanghai, April C���������The ominous  peparatlonB of the Russian and Japanese army departments continues.  Tho Russians are making strenuoUB  efforts to fill ports with grain, even  at war panic prices and are importing quantities of coal from China-  Japan has called her reserves tor  Borvlco during the' approaching manoeuvres, when the entire Japanese  fleet will be engaged.  A Circular Letter Issued  by the Pre-  ���������   sklent-of  the-Reglna Liberal  Association.  To the* Liberal and Independent Electors of the Regina district:  Gentlemen���������You are probably aware  that recently delegates from Regina  have been visiting the adjacent districts for the purpose of forming political associations. In one or two instances associations' have been formed, and in many others the electors  took exception to having their hands  forced in this way at the present moment. The delegates sent out were  in most Instances composed of gentlemen who had left the Reglna and  District* Liberal Association, because  they wished the ideas of two or three  political bosses to take precedence  over the opinion of the majority of  the  members of   the association.  The object of their attempts at organisation is, if possible to egt the  electors committed to sending delegates to a convention to be held at  Reglna or Moose Jaw shortly to bring  out a candidate; in other words one  that will support party in preference  to the actual requirements of" the  settlers in  this  district.  It is 'stated in the public press and  given credence to by hundreds of the  electors that the gentleman in the  government from the west, who has  control of our affairs, was placed in  his position by the influence of the  Canadian Pacific railway. Be this  true or not, we do know that when  the charter was given to that railway  oompany they were - to pay taxes on  their land in 20 years, and so far the  gentleman has taken no steps to see  that the bargain will be carried out.  Settlers are improving the districts  and increasing the price of railway  lands two or three dollars per acre,  and it is left to independent members  of - parliament at Ottawa to get the  settlers justice in railway and elevator legislation.  It is a crying shame that the government party at Regina and other  places in. the district are committed  to a system of politics, which, if it  could be successfully carried out,  would completely wipe out from parliament men like Messrs. Oliver, Richardson and Douglas.  Now, with regard to conventions,  would it not be well for the electors  In this district to watt until parliament adjourns and see what beneflcal  legislation the Independent members  ore able to get llir-.ugh, and after  seeding is over, lei uh hold a representative meeting of the electors at  some central point: and try and get  men like Richardson and Oliver to lay  their  views  before    us,   and    In     re-  Mr.  Jyner  came  In   late.  "Where have you been?"  asked his  "wife.  "Out riding,"  he  replied.'    -  "Riding?     What?"  "The    goat,"    reluctantly    admitted  Mr.   Jyner.���������Chicago   Tribune. -'   o  -,  Mans inhumanity to man  Is known to every human,  And is exceeded only by  Womans' inhumanity to' woman.  The average progress on the Slm-  pion tunnel is 1C feet a day.  A .woman is glad afterwards when  she refrained from saying -something  mean, but a man is sorry that he did  not say it.  According to latest advices, a fool  is a man who can't make money by  pretending to be wise.���������Indianapolis  Journal.  "So the story goes," soliloquized the  struggling author, mailing thc thrice  rejected manuscript to a fourth publisher.���������Chicago Tribune.  - "Doesn't golf interfere with work?"  asked the young man. "Certainly  not," answered the enthusiast. "Work  Interferes with golf."���������Washington  Star.  A number of husbands will learn  with regret that the season's catch  of seals in the North Atlantic has  been exceptionally good.  -  "Can you use a Boer dialect story?"  asked the young author. "No," re-  piled the editor, "we've a whole kopje  of them out on the veldt.���������Philadelphia North  American.  Miss Palade: "I caught Miss Panhandle listening to the music at the  opera the other night." Miss Summit:  "Well, you know she has never had  many social   advantages."���������Life.  "You don't seem to take life very  seriously," said the acquaintance.*  "No," answered Miss Cayenne.  "There is no reason why I should. I  don't play golf or whist."���������Washington   Star.  Mr. Potwell: "Now do look after  the dinner yourself, my dear. You  know- the Guttletons are coming." Mrs.  Potwell: "But if I do, they'll be sure  to want to come again."���������Brooklyn  Life.  Mrs. Dimpleton: "I want you to get  another doctor right off." Dimpleton:  "What is the matter with this one?"  Mra. Dimpleton: "What do you suppose he said about baby? He told  me I must treat him like a human  being."���������Harper's Bazaar.  First Shoe Merchant: "Business is  poor. Why, I marked my stock down  to half price, and then didn't sell  anything.". Second Shoe Merchant:  "You're foolish. I marked my stock  down to half-sizes, an* sold everything In the house."���������Baltimore American.  How the nopea Are Made ������n* n������w  They Are Grooined���������Tlic Three General Methods In Vae In Throwlng*.  Tbe Lasso as a Weapon.  The lasso is a creation ot a certain environment and need. Its place Ib on the  broad prairies and grazing lands, and Its  chief utility lies In the stock business.  It Is almost useless In a wooded country  by reason of the obstructions afforded by  branches and bushes. Tho finest lassos  are of rawhide, cut into thin Btrips, and  braided, six ply, into a rope of from  throo-ctglitlis to one-half inch In diameter. They are quite expensive, a good 40  foot rope costing about $7. On this account, of late years, hard twisted grass  rope li uaed, but the rawhide rope Is the  best In a -wind, as It is heavier, and when  filled with oil it is not affected by wet  weather. A braided rope also has less  tendency to kink than a twixted ropo.  Cowboys havo a mlxturo of lard and  beeswax with which they dress their  hemp or linen ropes to keep out dampness and also to prevent them from getting too dry. The most celebrated of the  genuine "rlattas" arc mado In Chicago,  which produces an article much superior  to the tougher ones turned out In Mexico.  A lasso is about 40 feet long, seldom  exceeding 50 feet, and out of that must  be deducted the amount taken tn making  the noose and the part which Is retained  in tho hand. Thus It Is seen that the average cast Is about 25 or 80 feet, and the  "roper" who can throw anywhero near  SO feet with accuracy Is a rarity. In  California they sometimes tine a rope aa  long as 05 feet, but thoro they seem to  have a habit of throwing an enormously  large loop, much larger than Is really necessary. In actual work, however, It will  bo found that a man's hand Is not large  enough properly to hold much more than  40 feet of rope when coiled ready to  throw. _  There are "three general methods of  throwing, with many minor variations of  individual habit. The ropo is hold In  pmctically the same way In every case.  First Is the plain, straight cast, noose  swinging around above the head from  right to left by n rotating wrist movement. Some "ropers" throw a small  loop, hard and fast, almost on a level;  others n larger, lazier kind, which nevertheless "arrives." For myself, I rather  favor the small loop thrown hard, as It  seems the best all around style, most effective against the wind or other adverse conditions.  The aim ia somewhat to thc right of  the object to be roped���������say V/i feet on a  2o foot throw���������the exact instant of release being governed by weight of rop������L  wind, veliAity of swing, etc. Judgment  comes Instinctively with practice. The  rest of the rope is held colled In the other  hand and released as fast as desired/two  or three coils being retained.  To "snub" the rope (wind it about the  pommel after casting) in the Instant of  time allowed Is a trick* quite as difficult  as throwing properly. The Mexicans,  with their large diameter .pommels," have  to take only one turn; the American pommels, being smaller, require two. The  pommel often smokes from the friction  created and is frequently deeply grooved  and almost burned by tho ropo. The important, part played by the trained cow  pony is' obvious. He is taught to settle  hack on his haunches the Instant the rope  begins to .tighten and In many other way*  materially to assist his master.  -  The second method of throwing Is exactly the reverse���������1. e., the noose Is swung  from thc left to right above" the head before release. This Is'called-the "California throw" and possibly gives a little  greater range. At any rate, one or two  of the longest-throwers I know use.it,  and I find it so myself. It may be only  a personal result. Any good "roper" can  throw cither way.  .The third cast Is the "corral drag,"  which, as Its name Implies, Is for use  afoot and in confined quarters. ' It consists In. trailing out the loop on tha  ground behind one and. snapping It forward by an underhand motion. ������  The lasso's greatest effectiveness as a  weapon Is when the wielder Is mounted.  When both adversaries are afoot,' Its value is very slight. With cattle or horses  It. Is an entirely different thing. The  whole essence of the matter is to tighten  the noose around an opponent with a jerk  sufficient to dismount him or take him  off his feet. To that end you may ride  past him swiftly or, If pursuing him, atop  your own horse suddenly. Or, If he Is  stationary and you.cannot ride past him,  you can wheel your own horse and retire  after a .successful cast. In 'lassoing a  man. If done skillfully, the instant of  time is too brief for him either to throw  off the tightening noose or cut It. And it  is one of tue most deceptive things to attempt to dodge.  ' It is-possible to control the noose of a  lasso by tho remainder of the rope, but  it-l������-a^de=terlty^which-few_acquire���������In.  .years. -The finest roper I know, Vicente  Oropesa, champion of old Mexico, can do*,  this to perfection, and his. performance  Is one of the ablest things in that interesting exposition* of plain smanshlp. ��������� Oropesa Is an enthusiast. One of the Mexicans once told me that one night the  champion dreamed of a new cast and at  once got up and went out scantily clad,  and in half an hour had mastered ltv  In spinning tho ropo I have been accused of sticking or securing the ���������honda"  or' slip noose from sliding, but in reality  It Is -perfectly free to move, along the  rope.. In fact, I can readily start spinning a noose two feet in diameter and increase It steadily to eight or ten test;  across.  There are several uses which the lasso  could be put to, It seems to me, even In  quite densely populated districts. In  capable bauds it weuld afford nn excel:  lent means of stopping the many street  runaways, and It also could almost always be utilized where a sltater broke  through the ice. . And as a regulator of  fast bicycling it would easily stand unrivaled, for no scorcher would v daro to  ride past a guardian of the peace equipped with the persuasive lariat.���������Howard  Reynolds In Wide World Magazine.  IMPERIAL B^K  OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto.  Capital Authorized,   -   $2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up, $2,391,863.00  Rett, $1,554,710.00  DIRECTORS:  H.   S.  Howland,  President  T.R.Merrltt,Vice-Pres,  St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh  Ryan,   T  Sutherland,  Stayner  Ellas Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,     Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,       Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: ,  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingarsoll,  Listowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colhorne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomas,  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton. , ,  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Depositu  of fl and upwards received and Interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial, Municipal,  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit-  Available at all points of Canada,  United Kingdom , United States.  Europe. India, Chin*. .Ta?a������- Australia, New Zealand ett_  Gold   purchased.  This  bank  issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted for at any  of the  Hudson's  Bay Co's Posts  in  the Yukon and Northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Branch.  WHITE    GWILLIM   &  SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKentle Avenue, Revelstoke Station.   ��������� Money To Loan.  W. White,. J. M. Scott, B.A.,  Q. C. L. L. B.  F. L. Gwillim.  HARVEY & MoCARTER  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:   ' Molsons Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B. C.  <F. W. Oroaa,  Office:   Taylor  Block, Mackenzie  RevelBtoke.. ..  Surgeon to the C.P.R���������  Hcaith officer. City of Revclato e.  Avenue,  iammmimmmwmmmmmmmninmiHimmnmmn  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act op Pauli ament, 1866.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL,  REST FUND  ���������2,000,000  li.e���������   t  ������  600.000'  DIRECTORS:  Wm. Holhon MA.nn.RSON, President; S. II. EwiNQ, VIce-PrMidCBt;  W. M, Ram day, Samukl Finlky, Hsnbv Archibald, J. p. Cleouoxv,  H. Mahklakd Molsox.  F. Wok. nn ton Tuokas, General Manager.  _:     A general banking business transacted,    Interest, allowed at current  C rfttes* J. D. MOLSON,  Manager, Rbvklstou, B.C.  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave.  ?, fJURNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beet Pork, Mutton, Sausage  .Fish and Came in season.  pKKSBYTERIAN CHUROH-Royolstoke  a Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. ~ Bib'e Clisa at 2:X0 p.m., to whloh  nil are woloome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m.  every Wednesday.  REV. T. MENZIES, Pastor.  ROMAN  stoke  CATHOLIC   CHURCH-Revel-  Moss   first and third Sundays in  month at 10:30 a.m.  -* REV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATION ARMY-Moetin "every night  In their hall on Front Street  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at the  close of the morning service. Sab-  hath school and Bible class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. The public  are cordially invited. 'Seats free.  REV.S.J.THOMP80N,  Pastor.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Braying and delivery work & specialty. ^Teama always'ready on shortest  notloa.     Contracts for Jobbing talaan.  Table '.furnished with the choicest  the market affords. Best Wines  Liquors and' Cigars. Large, light  bedrooms. Rates $1 a- day.  Monthly rate.  UIU! SlOD.PfODf. .  RATE $1 oo PER DAY  The  Columbia  House.  Good accommodation. . A good bar  well supplied with choioe win_t������  Uquors and cigars.  Free Bua Meets All T rain  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors   ���������  St. Peter's Church (Anglican)  Eight a.m., Holy Eucharist; - 11  .a.m-,_matlns, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, flrst Sunday iri'the month);  2:30 Sunday .. school, or - ..chiidrens'  tervice; 7:30 evenBong (choral) and  sermon.* " Holy Days���������The '* Holy  Eucharist is "celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m., as announced. - - Holy Baptism  after Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C.l Paget, D. D., Paa������r.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trent Lake  Jnta^m  Saddle    and     Paek .Horses*.  always for hire.  '. .. ^  WtSxj'd >;^-S������S^i'  Freighting^and^Teaming���������*  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing' every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing  T, L. Haig  Notary Public,  Sole' Agent for  Revelstoke  Townsite  Mining*, Firo and  . Life Insurance..  Office. Opposite O.P.R. Depot  Revelstoke Hospital  Maternity Room ie connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Dm.  McKechnie   and   leffs  The Revelstoke  Herald    fSeml Weeklyl  (Taoadian  A Pacific  Railway  Be Knew nia Buatne*s.  "Well, ray little man," said the preach-  tr Tffhen Johnny entered the parlor to entertain him while Mr������. Grimshnw wns  lookine after the dinner, "can you.toll us  how old you are?"  "Nope," the little man replied.  "What! Can't tell me how old you are?  Come, now, I feel sure that you can."  "Nopo. Ma'd gimme a licfcln if I did.  I ain't never allowed to tell how old I am,  because they might charge fer me,on the  ������ara,H���������Ohlcaso Tim .a-Herald.  Fruit and Nuts.  Don't be afraid to cat plenty of fruit  If It is ripe. According to recent health  reports, juicy fruits are not only clo.-ins-  Ine to the stomach, but they feed the  brain and nerves. Eat good fruit, and  you will be clear bonded, say tho doctors.  Another good food for the brain and muscles consists of burned, or "blanched,  almonds. A few of theRe every day will,.  It is Bald, add much to one's mental powers. If you are going to do some, hard  studying this fall and winter, you would  better get a supply ot almonds and put  them ia the oren and bake them. Tlien  eat a few eech day with a little Bnlt nnd  see if you don't find your problems ea������-  lor ef solntlca.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  Blacksmithing, Jobbing,  Plumbing, Pipe Fitting,  Tins ui ithing Sheet Iron  Work, Machinery Impaired.  Has more readers, in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers In Revelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing in the  city than any other paper; It's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; its Influence Is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; its sub  scription rate is only $2.00 pel  annum; it covers the field. Try  it and be with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  RevelBtoke, B. C.  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  ROBT. GORDON  Rovelntolre.  Indian Head Vidette: G. Salton of  Glen Lynn was in our oflice yesterday  and laid a hen egg on the table, but  ���������which had been previously laid by a  Plymouth Rock hen on his farm, on  Monday, the 26th, measuring 7%x8%  inches in circumference. Mr. Salton  reports the mother hen doing as well  as can be expected under the circum-  suaces.  Soo Line  IREC    ROUTE  BAST AND WEST  First clu (kepen en all trains.   Touritt ear*'  pass B.velstoke dally fori St. Paul; Tuesday 1-  and  Saturdays  for (Toronto;! Thursdays  for  Montreal and Boato .  *va*c  ���������:00...  8:S0...  8;10..  DAILY TRAINS  ..leaTe���������  .arrive "  zelstoke���������arrive..  " leave....  To and from Kootenay Points   leave���������He. clstoke���������arrive..,  West  ..17:10>  ..17:30  ..16:15-  Tlckets issued and baggage cheeked through-  to destination  Cheap Rates  to the  Old Country  Undertaking and Embalming  F. Howsoa & Co.,  X__.CKK.ZI_   AY>_  Batatl Deata-tln Funil   r.  Tor fell particulars'as to time rates, and for -  I copies; ofCC P. R. publications, address nearest '���������  local>gent or II  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W. F. Aocerson, Travelling Passenger Agent  Smtoa, B. O.  B.   J. Ooyle,   Asslstaa     Oa_cr_l    Pamngtr  Agrat, Vancouver, B. C.  .-*������>~r.-.-*:]- USSEiiHawaiKiOgliJbw '  .._ i_Ji.__.mi tt<fl_>*'������"i'i.iiwfcfcLimwiiu.  *-J**+++*l**__'*l**-.*M***'i*'i**l'*M******  1 Springtime  ���������5*  J  !  COMING ON   Everybody should take u tonic and  Blood purl nor. Out. ol llio very best  things lor thin season Is u specially  prepared him powvrful  SARSAPARILLA  made for ourselves.  It retail,, fur tl per  botlk* unit  will do  more  good     ihau     scvorul   uf   patent  medicines.  Sold only at the   CANADA 1)1 _U������ As HOOK CO.  McKenzie Ave.    -     llevclsloko Station  V  ���������OtEAM.mi*i  .om__ &^ :u(_MiJ.lT4_dni__UH  * + .l-H-f -M** .������������������H-fr-H-H- +-**H"M'+*  Local and  General  News  ���������Telephone McOri'Kiii' if you wniii  a ilruy.  Mrs. CS.   E.   Gi*of{iin   is   ill   witli   1  Krippe.  Thos. Ta.vloi* came up from tliu  smith lust uvi-ning,  \V. M. Lawrence lutui'iictl this  moi-iiinj. friiin lliL**C(in������l.  A. !���������_. Ivinc-i iil<>came up on .S'.indiij'  iii^lil from tin* Net lie Ij.  The postal nntlinrilies luivii opened  ������i iiioney ni'iler otlkv ut. lliilcyon Hot  Spring-.  Alex. KoitcsI , lute Irnintimstev here.  Im. just ivcriveieil fnun ii pi*iiloiijj;eil  ii ml serious illtiL'ss.  I). McCni-tliv hns piurliiiHfd the lot  <in Conninifjlit Ave. nest to Uhie'f  Kiln's resideiiet',  \V. A. Monie, nf tlie Queen's hotel.  Coiuiiplix. spent the lutter part of  lii"t week in town.  ��������� If you want trunks nnd Imggn^L*  taken lo liie station or any iliiiyiiiy  < .ill on I-'. W. _ Icti*'fp*oi_  The Hi:i?ai.I) is pleased In learn Unit.  Mr*. . J. \V. .M .(Jnlliiiii is recoveriiiR  fiom nn attack of In grippe.  Work on H. A. Urnivn's new lilock  is pi(>Ki'v."?iiig rapiilly. Today the  foundation will lie nil laid and completed.  Tint 1*"Y. riimiii E.*if*lo nays that V.  mid J. IjiiIl* are outlining prepiitaLory  lo coiiiiiit'iic-ing work on tliu famous  Lade group.  Chits. Wilson, brothel'of It. S. Wilt-on, spent yesterday in town on his  way home" to Greenwood from the  V.-itu-ouver con ven tion.  The C. P. It. is now K'W'K a round  ticket between Ilevel.stoke and Uul-  _*foii Hot, Springs good for 150 days for  ;i single fare and a fifth.  Kvu Booth, the Canndinn Commissioner of 1 lib Salvation Army, is iu  mute west and speaks at Rossland  loiiioirow and next  day.  ile."Si*s. H. A. Brown, J. A. Smith,  and II. L. Lovering returned on Sunday morning from the convention and  W. Savage ou Monthly morning.  Miss Lillian Whitworth, Vancouver,  ai rived in llie city Sunday morning  and has engaged wilh .1. B. Cressinan,  llie np-lo date merchant tailor.  ��������� Notice our Spring assort ment.  contains the choicest collection of  woollens, e.-pecially adapled to mih*-  chiMit tailoring.    J.'B. Cressniim.  P. ]��������� "orgiison mid J. ICnowles intend  lo resume work on llio Towner themselves if Lhe Towsur Mining Co. do not  accept their terms and continue development.  ���������Tailoring is om* business, and  what, we don't know nlionl it is not  worth knowing; call and leave us  your ordeis and we will demonstrate  it lo you.    J. B. Grossman.  A. G. Fraser, Chris. Gao and C. Hart  led on Saturday lo form part of llie  B. O. volunteer contingent for -the  ___Mliiii-.-i.lt. gni*i*i>on. They were given  a heartv send oil' liv lheir numerous  friends.  The early spring has put new life  into prospectors. They are all jubilant and prepaialions are being made  for a big year in the hills wliich from  presenLiiidications will be at least six  ��������� -wOc. s longer than last year.  The llKK.u.D regrets to learn that'll.  . A. Ill own wa. so ill at the Vancouver  convention a-* to lie compelled lo be  absent, from lhe hest part of the meeting. He returned with the res', on  Sunday last- but is still very weak  and thaky.  The SIolmu Prill published in Slocan  - -..ity is the latest addition lo the Heh-  ..1.6 exchange list. It stalls out as  "a strictly local and mining paper"  " *ir.d will doubtless help its birthplace  along on the. p.ith of progress and  pi osperity.  The Hekai. ) was in error in connection wilh the cauwe of the illness  of Mr. llillier. It appears Mr. Hilliei*  was kicked by a hor. e a few years ago  which fiiu.ed a fraclure of the skull,  i*������������iilting in a pressure on the brain.  ���������Il i- thought that hy carefull nursing  i"infder*=i"Pkiiiful���������t rent in e"iitf���������at,���������New  Wtslmin.-iei he will recover.  dfUiy^:'"' SV^^y &^&ly.tte^^Jhltf. to fe���������6&L*  THE CITY COUNCIL  "he   City   Fathers   Meet   and   Discuss  Various Important Matters.  Met as usual on Friday night,  present the Mayor, Aid. Abrahiunson,  Gordon, Kilpatrick and Peterson.  COMMUNICATIONS  Were read from .1.1. Woodrnw and  XV. Abrahiunson calling aUcnlion to  the accumulation of water on Douglas  ���������street, opposite their properties; referred lo lhe public works committee;  from 11. Smyl.ho and N. T. Kdwards.  applying for position of city foreman;  fyled; from W. A. Nettle, wanting to  know the decii-ion of Ihe council wilh  regard lo lhe cut bank on Douglas  street hill, to which tho reply was  made that the council could not make  any statement.  The ropoi t of the puhlic works  committee, dated March JiOth, was  referred hack lo tlio cominillee.  A motion supported hy Aid. Abrn-  liuiiisou and Peterson that no further  appropriation of money ho made for  the new fire hall unless such appropriation was sanctioned hy Lhe ratepayers  was lost after a long wrangle by the  casting vote of the mayor.  Aid. Abrnhiiinson gave notice, that  at the next meeting of the council he  would move that all sidewalks he built  on n half frontage tax from this dale  on u live or ten years basis.  The council then adjourned.  Silver Qiieeii.-  The development of this property  has been progressing steadily all  winter. A crosscut tunnel has been  driven wliich taps the Ij.kI at a depth  or from 150 to 20!) feet. Tho lead at  this point is iu the neighborhood of  four feet in width. A drift on lhe  lead is now in over 100 feet wilh from  3 to 4 feet of ore continuous llie whole  lenglh of���������th(i drift. Of this about  one foot is practically clean ore and  I ho balance of a concentrating nature,  ���������Ferguson I2agle.  First of the Season.  The Gun Club held their lirst weekly  shoot on Saturday. They will 'continue to shoot on Saturdays commencing- at 2 p. in. sliiiry. Last, Saturday's  shoot was for the Gold Button, 25  hitdi*, 5 traps, unknown traps nnd  angles. The score will appear regularly in the IhsitAi.n.  J. Guv Harbor ...MOOD 11101 11101 11101 1000(1 11  A. .1. McDonald..01111 11101 (1001)1 11010 *.0.)1 11  K. U. Johnston..00010 lllUl 01 111 00100 Will in  W. I.cwlhwalle. .10100 00011 10110 10110 10101    111  Shoot off for tie, miss and out.  Large  Consignment  Just Arrived  INCLUDING  Carriage Sponges  25c to 75c  Wool Sponges, 10c to 750  Mediterranean Sponges  10c to $1.50  Manruka Sponges  $1.50 to $5.00  DRUGSTORE  Geo. Fo Curtis,  TAYI.OK III.OCIC,      .      McKenzie Ave  "the lEkmm STORE  **  TO THE LADIES  i  -i  T11H 1.AT1.ST IDEAS IN  _-b i-h'ty  and  gs  rigs  NEWEST AND BEST  THE LEADING STORE takes grent pleasure in  announcing the arrival of one of the largest and mo. t  select ranges of  LADIES' FOOTWEAR'  Ever Shown in the Interior.  These goods are from Now Yyrk markets and are  sure to meet the requirements of those (lushing an exquisitely dainty, exceedingly stylish, yet durable article.  LARGE ASSORTMENT  Ladies Serge  AN 11  Luster  Skirts.  M. K. LAWSON,  Mackenzie Ave.  A.N.SMIT  SHORTLY TO ARRIVE.  Dress Muslins, Ducks, Prints, Etc.  OUR LINE OF LADIES' COSTUME CLOTHS IS SECOND  TO NONE IN THE CITY.  JABE8 d!LL a eo  QC,  The Wide-Awake Business Men,  McKenzie* Avenue.  Roil Rose Degree nioctH nccond anil fourth  FriilnvH ol ouch month; White Itcwo Dogreu  moot- ilrst Frldnv of oiu'li month,In Oddfellows'  Hull,   YlHltln-f brethren welcomr.  W'M. MATH 1CIIK, T. K. L. TAYLOR,  Soeietiiry. President.  Baker  AND  Confectioner  Bread - Delivered - Daily  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  Is not in it with our prices on  WATCHES AND CLOCKS  CALL ANDIN.SI'KCT 0 UK STOCK OF  NEW  GROCERIES  ���������H-l'-H.-H'**'!-.'!"!' -rfc**** _.. *__.__���������*���������_*  t  \J9     J������    0_  frn Tobaccos, Pipes, Cigars, Etc.  ^I\ Scientific Works on Mininpj, Etc.,  if,    MlnprnK Minus and MinhiK hy Osl.orn  fr    ~  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. X.5S,  .Ri'_uhir meeting!) are held In the  Oddfellow's Ilulliin tho Third Friday nl HU'h month, nt 8 p.m. Htmrp.  VI. llliii; brclhrun cordially Invited  THOS. STEEP, W.M.  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F��������� No. 3461.  Mi'ctH 111 tlio Oddfellows' Hall,cm tlio second  nml fourth .Mondays of  ouch mouth. Vliltl.ii.  Lri'lhrun Invited lo attend.  if.ru.e. jou nron,       0. w. mitciikll.  (Jhlof Itnngcr. Hec-Ticr.  rrm  A.  H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Iluyii) ..lionl of Mlnoi, London.   Snvcn yearn  nl  Mnrfu   Wnrki,  KwaiiHoa.    17  years  Chief  Chemist   to lVI|>aii Coal and Iron Co,,  Eng.  Lain rli.mlit and Avsnynr, Hull Mine.", Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  CALL AND Sfil_  , Jeweller, .  O.'IMt. WATCH INSPUCTOH.'  Anthracite Coal...  sverrrm..   ..For Furnace or Stove Use.  Price per-ton for Stove Coal delivered irom Cars���������$9.00'  " "        Furnace Coal delivered from Cars--$8.50  Cash Must Accommpany Orders.  A I.iir_;e Itanneof Imnortod Woolens to  holeel from  J. B. Cressniaxx....  J. <liiv llnrhcr .  A. J.MeDonuld.   0  eVAhlin .t Co.'a Ohl .land.  The fomini; siimiiiur will st'e it vast  amount of wink -lone on tlie norlli  lin-k of tin- Lm-d .nn, as projiertius  having lmt'e liotiie.*' of iiiinui'iil like the  I-iulu Uohi'it. Silvt't* Bult. Blnik  "Wnri-ior. K0I1 Hoy. Blni-k Diiunoiid.  fSenny Liinl. nml iithi'i* groups too  iMiiii'*i"iiiis 10 mention, ar. iiinkini;  jiclivu prepnrations 10 cniiimcni-e  work ay roon as the season i. sufficient  ly ailvnneed.���������Topii*.  The Cupper Chief i.-* said hy all who  .have {������������������ei'ii it in he one of lhe bi^nesl  things in Ihe Lude.ui. Tlienieicsein-  hli-s very olo.-i'ly the Kosslmiil ore and  runs at. the surface fiom ������12 to .$14 to  the Inn in {.old. The le.id where  Gripped ii over 40 feet in lhii*kne*_s  .ind <-o:iUii:i-- a variety of mineral  railed phyirotillp. It is" Iciciitpd ahoul  H miles fiom Trout Lake near the line  of the piopnsed railway.���������Topic  The Lirue.iii ha^ llirec. gold proposi-  lion?, which will lompaie favorahly  wilh anv di-foverii';- yet made iu  ISHtipli Cfhiiiihiii. Tile-' aie*: Tin*  l,ide pionp i-n;ilaiiiiiiS- a tellnridt. oie,  i :iiiuiii'_; y22t'' u> lhe ton. the Lni'ky  .liui. li.ivinir mc exposed running  froiii $'JM in _.if. > if the ton aud Ih.*  Ami!'* F running ^91 I" Ihu ton. In  'aildilinn to Ihe.-e tliei-c i.������ fc-itruly a  t laiiu in llu.* I'liiuitiy Hint does mil  i-arry somr- gold value ranging from a  ti'.ice to Slo.���������Topic.  The friends of .Mr. \V. Melditmi. late  iiMiiager of the C'.-ibh IJii'/.aar. met at  the re.idente of \V. Winsor on Hatur-  <lav evening to give a faiewell on the  eve fif his d.-p-u lure for Calgary, where  he iiili-nd.- to reside in fiiiure. A  jno.-t enj-iyable evening wn._ spent,  inier.-peir-eil with songs and niiisic,  all.-'i* w'nii-h lefreshtneius were served,  and evervone" departed on his way  .-atistied that they Iind dune justice trj%.)  iir. Meldrum, whose preseme will b'.>'  inisttd hy lhe iimsii-al fraternity of  Kevelstoke.  Mr. J. 31. Kellie of Itevel.toke paid  Golden a visit on Sunday last for the  purpose it is presumed of finding how  lhe Cotton party stood in this district.  It is needless to say th*it he received  ' a cold leception iiiGoldon. He would  have held a meeting had it heen poss-  ilile to have gotteii enough people together to listen to him, lie run  airainst one or two snags in the shape  <ifai*KHinents that kept him guessing.  We feel tiorry for Mr. Kellie but hope  iw. will h-ive better lurk next time he  _.U-ik"*. Cold*.*!!.���������Colden Eut.  THE CONSERVATIVE  PLATFORM.  The following is the pint form  ndnpletl' by the New .VesLmiiiMl er  Couveiition of the Liberal-Conservative party held Insl October :  .  It is proposed: (I) To revise the  voters' lists,  (2) To actively aid in "lhe con. true-  lion nf trails throughout the undeveloped portions of the province, and  the building Of provincial trunk roads  of public necessity.  (3) To provide for the oflicinl  inspection of elevators and hoisting  gear.  (4) To improve the administration  of justice and secure the speedy  ,'dispusilion of legal disputes,  ���������(b) To provide an etTective system  for tlie suit lenient uf disputes between  capital and labor.  (0) To adopt Lhe principal of  govern men Uownership of��������� railways. tp._  so far as the circumstance of the  province will admit, and the adoption  of the pi inciple that no bonus should  he granted to any railway company  which does not give the government  of the province lhe control of rates  over lines bonnsed together wilh the  option of purehnM*.  (7) To iixsmne control and administration of Ihe fisheries within the  boundaries of the province.  (5) To actively assist by State aid  iu the development of the agricultural  resources of the province.  (9) To make tho London ngency of  British Columbia elTective in proclaiming the natural wealth of the province  and as a plan; for profitable investment of capital.  (10) In the interest of labor the  Liberal-Conservative party sympathizes with ami endorses tbe principle of  an eight hour law,  fll) To provide an improved system  of education.  (12) 'I'll lecogni/e and reform the  system of proviiici.il aid to medicil  men and hospital-, in outlying parts of  th" piovince.  (13) To ai lively .snppoit.lhe.'nl vance-  mentof the mining imeiests nf British  Columbia.  (11) To aid .n Ihe immigration of  female domestic servants.  ,, FIRE INSURANCE ^      \  y\ All cIa.������*���������'_-������ of insuniMe risknrovcrcd vj,  W at ffiir unrt ufiuitable rnto.s.            Q  ���������I LIFE INSURANCE^,        |  *? Policit"'���������noi.-.nr.Mlnl.Ic,   pnar-   h  (^ aiitcod vftlucs, chmIi Ir Kin valwi^,   [jj  'U throughout t!i������j history of thc   ft  | MONEY TO LOAN/,       \  \ SSi&to.,.   FAYETTE BUKER, %  PUBLIC NOTICE  Kotice is hereby given to lions .holders that  nil drv CRrth closets must lie cleaned liv the  citv Ffft\cngcr in accordance villi the Health  HvIW.:  j. w. f:uo?.������,  Ilcnltli Offlei-r.  Louise  Brehany ...|  BALLAD AND OPERA CONCERTS >  F. McCarty, Revelstoke, B,C.  The Famous Crow's Nest'Coal  Leave your orders at iny office on MclCeir/.ic Ave.  * $^.50 a tin, Delivered fiom the cars,  Terms:   Ciitfh with order. * _T-_ 1  Tr\ O*  .���������' 51  Xuwlv Unill, Neuly l'uriii-licil.  0   ; 1   Lighted by Eleutrlvity.  $i oo Per Day.  The City  Robt. Calev..'Proprietor:  lie.st IVinef, Liquors nnd Ciptars.  esa_SKsnae_9  ���������UJJBIXBtJM'JIIU  Hefidqiiarters for Kaihva^-JIcn.  ��������� _-__...��������� _n^TT^_.._���������.._r...__^_1_ll  r.ar_e and W"ll Lighted  _nmj.le Koonis   Heated hy lint Air and Kloctrle  JJells and Liyht In everv room  yree Bus Meets All Trains  Reasonable Kates    .HOTEL  YIOTOBIA.  ,.! O H X^V-.--SlEU K S,_l? uouih eto it.^  Prospecting,    I.oeatlnu   and    S'altilng &  Mines���������hy Strcteh. ' ' -fr  Unndbool. of Koi'k _ -by Kemp. T  rrospeellns for  Cold  and   Silver���������b  fr  fr      Criil;o. 4*  +   Stamp Milling of (iold Ores���������by I'leknrd *  fr t  **^**********^r************  YOUR COUGH  CAN BE STOPPED FOR 35 CENTS  YOUR GOLD  CAN BE CURED FOR 23 CENTS.  usr-  L\XATIVE COLD CURE,   PECTORAL BALSAM  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist   -  Deer Head.-.,   lllrds, AtihnalK, Ktc, preserved  and inoiintcd.  Til lltn STHHUT. l*:ASTO].'HC'IlOO_,H0l7HK  When yon rooiili Kurnuaon, B.C.,  Stop nt the ���������,m  Hotel Lardeau ,  .1. Lauchion*, l'rnprlclor.   ^^  Hest ?_.(M) a day house In tho I.ardcan.   Doit  01 enl.slne survli'O.���������I'ljiely equipped   bar   Choli'P.st nine*), liquors and plKi_r������.���������Head-  quurlurs for minors and minim; men.���������Well  lighted and hunted rooms, neatly furnished  P. H. TRUDGEON.  .... rci/rco'mu'AT, suppliks.   (JAIX BKI.LS,   ANNUNOIATOKS.   BATTHHIICH. ���������   MIOOICAL BATTRUIKS, Etc*.  .COWAN BLOCK.  FIELD &:BEWS  Iinipftists, Second Street,  - hkk%k _k  Xow i*. thu time tn cull nml iirpiiiKC  for 11 ^I'ltlNii SUI I'.nud mi ()\'KUCOAT  ���������SjiloiiclJil lino of SuImiik*', Nuwcftt  Fu'.hioii Pluics, gonil worKniiiiiship.  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCatty Block.  ,i.^.^^.1,{,^.1..*,4,4._i.^.^...*4,^,i,^,.-fi,4,^^  We Repair   ���������''.-' WATCHES,  CLOCKS,  mid all kinds of Jewellery  If the   work  is   not satisfactory  wc  refund your money.  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  nnd stand by our guarantee.  We also I'lirrva (rood line of Watches fr  and .Jewellerv! which we dispose of nt fr  moderate,prices.  * fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  KM. ALLUIvl,  The I.enilluK  Wati'hmalvei' and Jeweler.   /  First Street, next door to 1[i-'.ai.i> oflioo.  Niisht Grill -Wa 'u ('Muioe'.lon for thc Convenience of f'nests  IlotWttC-p Jloiel and Station  I  1         LOUISE  BREHANY 1  i AMERICA'S FAVORITE I  !  PRIMA DONNAJ  1 Assisted l.y a sr.pTb rnt������*rio of well  knnvn Aint'.riran Arti.������t.s in r eholce  Mii^Ii'kI I'roijiaiiiinc.  coN'ci.umxf. with a roiiTiox ok tub,  GRAND OPERA j  "MARTHA,"'  Beautifully Costumed.  A Great Musical Entertainment.  Reserved Seats -     - $1.00  Admission.     -      -     75c  \     Plan nf   l'.-irverf   r.'nts   nt   tin* i"anii>ln  ! Drnp and liool: Co. on Tl.ur.sday next.  **************************  Jit *r  % *  fr "A LOCAL IXDUSTRV   |  %    OF PUBLIC BENEFIT." %  1 +���������  THE REVELSTOKE  STEAM LAUNDRY..  .IS BOTH  Tin* Pi oprii'lor i*i-inicr-l*< ymit*  |in! roiiii-jfo "ii tlie nliovt* f.tcls,  Fii-'-t O'in.-i Miicliiiirry uii'l  I*"ii>t Clii.-s Wliitu Ilolp. <-'ii-  ���������������������������iiri*** J-"ii���������t (.l������s������. Wnrk. A  tiinl onli'i* in sfiliiituil fiom  oiilsidi* piiintP, "i* frtnn ti'.i-  ilcnts <if Ki'\'L'l>tokf_ who tne  not .-llrcuiy on om* list oi  p-iti<n.y.  fr  fr  fr  j.  j.  fr  *!  +  \JT  Vv E hereby notify the smoking  public that the Cigar Makers' Union  have resolved to permit members ol  the Union to work in our Factory,  and UNION CIOAR MAKERS are  now at work with us.  THOS.  LKI'., Pi opi'ictni'.  __������._* _j_5j_K..T,.v./__ff,LT,.*.____v._r .t,_..t,_, .������,_���������_.������.___ J_Jt������T_- i_  *j**������-vV'r*4vv*������*v*f'*������''',?*i*v*r1'VT.V*rv*rT"t' v.  Stock Can Now Ee Seen.  We have the Best that Can  Bought.  Be  o. Hogan  ������  1\������ H@v������b^@lk@  InldirMyl    (Semi-Weekly)  Ilft^ more readers In Nortn Kcotcnny  llvari any oihyr paper; hns rnoro  R'Ucrtia^rs in Kcvoistrikc than ������ny  otlicr paper; doc* more job printing  in the cily thnn any other paper : ft'H  news H more spiey nnd np-tn-date;  IL'h infinonrp is Kreiiter; its atlvertiM-  iiiK nite^t are lowest���������circulation vow-  iifl*TC������l; its qii->������rription ratf \h only  ?'i.00 per anntirii; it cover1* tho fielu  Try it nnd be with the crowil.  Write to   ReveEstoke Herald  itt'volMokc H.'J   Ge  Proprietor.  TBLRPMOXK NO. Ki.  fr  T fr  ***************************  Jas. I, Woodrow  ���������RUTCHER  l.ctiiil Dpiili-r in ���������  Beef, Pork,  ' Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  S_S"kUh!������"������ RBYBK-TOKB, b.g.  AGENT...  SMELTER  TOWNSITE.  Notary Public.  Fire and Life Insurance Agent.,  FIRST STREET,   - Revelstoke  Pianos and  /, Organs  "TUNED AND REPAIRED  Having tliopli'k of the Host (.niiiullitii  makes wc Iiilmi uhuhcn those innilt' Ky  THE WELLAND VALE CO.  DOMINION .       . $40  GARDENCITY        .       .        S50  PERFECTION, .       .      SE60  LAMES' Oil GENTS*  I We Invito inspection or comparison.  ^W. M. Lawrence  I llarchvnre. Tlnwnre. Stoves.  If you want to pet fat-  LONG'S DUBLIN STOUT AND ALE  UI.CO. IM !���������..> 1)1.1) HV  UY THE MKIlICiAI. I'ltOKESSION     ,  Or.lcrh li'lt. ������illi Mr. 1'iikui.Expressman, or \rr  mull, him receive prompt attention.  tiooils ilollrcruil free  J. E. LONG, Revelstoke Station.  NOTICE  NOTICE IS III.KKUY iirVBN that ft applies-  tiim will lie nimli' In the fjCgMnllv . Assi'mbly  of llie Province of IttllKh Colninbiu di lis  next session for mi Act- to Ineorporntc a  t'luiipiiny with power to construct,- eqirtf.  nniliiinin nml opi'iotc telephone and tcleurnplr ���������  lines within anil t]u\>ii|_liout all the citiev.  tniMis. iniinl|.||iHlilius nnd ilistrictR nl tin:  mil in !:> ntt of the Province m Hrltlsh Coliunblo.  ami to construct, erect, anil maintain Nurh'  and ho in ii ii y polos nml other .works uii'l devices its tho t'o.ojinnv deem neei's^arv for  lnaklii'.', coni|>li.!lni_. siippnrtinic. nsiiiK.-jvor. -  in*., ope nil i iik tiiKl inc. In taming the h.\ tttcm'nf  coiiinilinlcatiiMi hy tctijpliiine and tcl<!_ntpti.  and to open or ..ronl. up anv part or par In  of the said highways oi slreetK as often  as the said Coinpanv. Its aei-nts, olllcer.s or  workmen ihink proper anil forlhe pnrpo.se of  lhe liiulertalclni; to purchase, aconire, lease.  i'spro|>riaii*, hold and sell anil dispose of  h'.iiils. l_uildin_,'S, or tuneineiils within.the  Ifiuits aforesaid, and to purchase or lease, -for  aiij term of >eir-, any lelephono or tele, rn.pl)  line esiahll.*.hed or lo he estahllshcd in llritish  Oolumhia coniiecled. or to he cnnnei'ti'd with  the 1 itic which tho Company mav construct,  and tu ai.ialt;amate with or luaso" its line or  lines, or any | ortlou or portions thereof, to  any eomimny . pos.sesslu^ i^s proprietor, any  line of telephone <n lole. rapli couiniiinlcatinit  connecting or to he i onnectcil with the said  (JoiiiiiiLiij's liue'or lines, and to horrow'money '  for the piirpo.se of Ihe (;.>ni|iaii.v, nnd tn pled, u  or mort|*ai.e any ot lhe ('ump:.ny'h assets for  that purpos... nicl to recol.o Ijonnses, or  prlvlle. en from any person or I. >dv eorjiorato,  and wilh all other nmal. necessary or incidental rl. lit", powers ojj prl\lle,>cs us mav 1������>  necessary or incidcnial to the attainment of  the almve ohjects, or anv of ilicm.  Hated this 1st duv of .tfaich WOO. ���������  -     '     DALY .t HAMILTON.  Solicitors for the Applicant..  NOTICE '    ���������  Notice Is liorohy uiven lo purchasers or lols  in Illock *'A," Town of Kevelstoke, otherwisa  known as Ihe "Mnia Townsite I'r.-.perty," that  all instalments on itccount of purchase are to*  lie, paid to John I). .Ihlmld, MKra Townsite*  Agent, and lo no oilier person.  J.A.MARA,  IN   THE    SCPUMME   f:(lUKT,,OF* liKITXSK  ,-    ------ - UOU1MHIA.'L. '    .  ''I  ���������iii  \1  In the ninl ter of Thomas Richardson, deceased.  , and  In llio matter of the "Olllclftl Administrator!,'  Acl." . '*...,,  Hated ninth day of March, A.D.," 1900.  Upon readini; the allidavits or Alexander  Mc line. Waller Scotland George .. SleCortcr,  It is ordered lhat James Fer.uson Armstrong,  Ollicial Adminlstralor for (lie County Court  District of Koiiteiiay, .shall he Adminimrator ol  all and singular the Roods,chattels and creditH  of Thomas Itichanlson, deceased, and that this  order he pnhlished In thc I'KVEL_TOKE Hkrald  newspaper for one month.  [SiKiied]   A.J.McColl,  All persons havlni; claims against the ahove  named deceased urn required to i-cnd in particulars of their claims, duly-verified, to J. K.  Armstrong, Fori .Steele, tlio Administrator,  within one monUi from ihisdnto. after which  lime the Mild ndiainislrator will proceed to  dlstrihule the estate anion;; those persons ol  whose claims ho shall then liavo notice and  "aid administrator will not ho respnnsi.lo to  any creditor of whose claim he shall not have  had notice at ihe time of such distribution.  Dated Mil. __!n<l day of March 1900.  OKO. S Mt,UAKTEU,  Solicitor for thc Administrator."  Telephone 36.  P.O. Box 86.  Savages Bros.  Seeond Street  THE  Family Grocers  ...SAVAGE 1SROS. hep* to inform the public  .. and their patrons that they have added a  ...choice line of FRESH GROCERIES to tscir  ...stock, and are prepared to sell nt close  ...figures for cash.  LESSONS ON  THE VIOLIN...,  .For Terms Etc., apply to  Jas. Taylor,  UNION HOTEL.  tVc still handle  FEED AND FARM PRODUCE  All Purchases delivered free of Charge.  Fresh Eupply of fish every morning.  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery  NOTICE  -:OFi-  Judicial Sale of Property  ..in Revelstoke..  Pursuant to an order of the Supreme Court  ol Kiitish Columbia made in thc matter of tho  " .linlKinents Act" and fn thc matter of an.  action in the County Oourtof Kootenavholden/  at 'tavelslnkc between Daniel Ro'.ertson, ,  plaintiff and Samuel Needham, defendant,  dated the loth day of March, 1900, there will bo  nXfercd for *ale with the approval of thc Registrar of the County Court of Kootenay holden  at Kevelstoke, by Itobert II.Mavne, Auctioneer,  at the Court House, Revelstoke, on thc 21st  day of April, 1500, al two o'clock in the afternoon, all thc interests of thc defendant,  Samuel Needham, 111 all and singular, that  certain parcel or tract of land situate in the  City of Itcvelstokc. llritish Columbia, described as Lot Number Five, in Block Number  Mxtccn, in tlie Government Townsite of  Itevclstoke, i.tcordinu to a* plan thereo'l  approved and confirmed at Ottawa by JMouard  Hevillc, Surve>or General of Dominion Lands,  suhject to a mfirtisnge thereon for *S00 and  inlcre-tin la\or of the Provincial Building  and Loan Association of Toronto, registered  on Jun.r Sth, 1899, in cliareeBook 15, Folio 1333,  in the I. .mi Ref.iitry ollice at* Victoria. The  faid sale will be made lo satisfy a judgment  obtained hy said plaintiff against the defendant for -5in.*_0 and subsequent costs taxed and  added tn said judgment amounting to f31.S8  and thc costs of and incidental to paid pale.  The said judgment was registered on thc 20th  July, 1899, and on thejth March, 1900. .On the  property is aJrame dwelling said to be In good  repair.* Terms and conditions may be ascertained on application to Geo. S. McCarter,  Solicitor for plaintiff, or to  FRED FRASER,  Registrar of the County Court of Kootenay,  holden at Kevpiptoke.  Doted this r.th day of April 1900.    Ap-C-lt-W  VF  m  tf  ���������K  ������.<M  _ :\  Al

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