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 U/i-"iJ>f>Us(t~A  /A J \ J*J* 4  i.  ft'  I  IP  ft.  L*V  I*-  I  l**-  i1*.  AY  / /���������������*)  /A  >  -ISSUED   TWIOE-A-WEEK - TUESDAYS    JHJ2STJD    PRIDAYS-  Vol.  IV.    No.. 27.  REVELSTOKE.B. C��������� TUESDAY,  APRIL 3, 1900.  $2.00 a Year ih Advance.  POLITICAL POINTERS.  Ill Kist Lillooet Arcliio McDonald  will run us an indepotidnnt against  Prentice.  Tlio Liberals ol' Salmon Ann have  un iiho for the Seiiilin (1 ovorn_ient.  Thi'y wish to ruu on purty linos with  Mr. Palmer foi* a candidate.  Il h'ns hi'oii announced thai James  McQueen will run lis a Martin-Liberal  in Richmond district Unit tin-iictl Mr.  McQueen down when he ran as a  candidate in tlio interests of ihu  Tiiriii'i' government,  ������_������gS������i������)->������>>.������������,r__������-'i������������.-_^^ !  AT DEPARTMENTAL STORE  STORE FULL OF NEW SPRING GOODS  11. B. Skinntii'i*. of Vancouver, has  consonted to run in West. Lillooet for  tliu local legisliituie, being earnestly  _oli*.'iU*<l to do so hy a mini her of residents in that district. Mr, Skinner  will run as un independent candidate,  lie is. a Conservative.  MR- TAYLOR INTERVIEWED    BLUNDERED INTO ATRAF  Annual meeting of Kamloops Liberal  Association on Saint day nightresulted  iu a lively ro-v between the Dean  faction und tho rest of lh������* iissociution.  in which the Denies* were victorious,  turning down thu former ollieers und  electing iiine of theii' adherent.1* iu,  delegates to the convention nt Van-  ���������nuver, Thu meeting lasted until  after midnight. The quarrel will lulu the inateri.il advantage of Fulton,  lhe Liheral-Conservalive  candidate.  25 per cent.  Discount  ,We are clearing out our entire stock of Carpets and''are  ���������bflering them at the above  discount. You can make  your selection from Brussels,  Tapestries', All* Wools, and  Unions. s  Money saved is money made  This is* a,~grc.it scheme' to  mf_\e some.  ,  Those wanting to purchase a  Carpet had better inspect our  st-ck* before buying elsewhere.  Chiidrens  Boots and Shoes  .lust oreiilng WO pnirs-  An\ sue -.on want���������  A������'y klllll }OU  WAllt.  Groceries  If vou want nice roocU" nt1 right yirii'C!,  roitio mul ���������<���������'���������.'  our stsck   mid gut  <"  ��������� quotation*!.  The City Council  Met .*is usual on Fi iday, all the mem-  heis vic-sent.  COMMUNICATIONS  Were teiul Irom AI. Pet tipiece tipplv-  ing for position of cit-v foi email, filed;  T. Skinner, Hi lfo*"W. A". Nettle re*  questing pnvinunt of'balance of tp 1(JO  tlueoti lire hall, leferriiii to I'.XV. committee: AI. K. L.iwsnn asking for grade  stakes on lot 7, block 23, rel'eired lo P.  W. committee. . ..   _  KHPORT8  The public works committee reported  recommending   the   following   public  improvement-:  Sidewalks���������1> foot plank along east  sick* of business p.n t of AlcKenv.ie Ave.  6 foot pl.mk on not th side Thiid Bt.  lioiu.L'iwsou's coiner lo the Picsby-  lerian chn'ich; iilonir Gulden Ave. between 2nd and Hid -streets; on_soutli  -ide of He-ond . St. fiom LawienieV  corner to 1.10 feet t\i*_t of Robson Ave.;  ou east s-'cU* ol* McKenzie Ave. het ween  First iind Fill h Sis.    Total S155S SO.  CiiMiling���������Sl.ilnm road frcin Hume's  to Alt-Kenzii* Ave.; Al1Ke.117.1e Ave.  from tiack lo Second St; Second Si.  from McKi'iizie A.ve. west to. btrwrrv.  (Jinnies St. to Third, Third to Koot-  enny.-Kootenay to Douglas Dougl.i-  to King.-, King to, Fiont, Front to  Wright St: FirslSt.finm Government  i oiul to'Rolison Ave;' Third Ht. from  Campbell Ave.���������to;Charles St. Tol.il  .1J1015. _Dt.lining and ditching $810  The lepnrt was laid ovei one week..  A motion made by-Aid. Pett-ison  and seconded by Aid. Abr.ih.inison lo  lelmild lhe sidewalk on DnugUfc St.  hill was lost bv live voles to two.  Su was another nisirurting the nty  engineer to look over the ceineteiy  and recreation giound roads iu f.ivor  of yue.- instructing the- public  works commitlee to look them ovc>  Hist tin'tl report, il they consider the  proposed outlay on them necessary  oi  not.* -        ......  The recommendations embodied in  the lepoil of tin* police conmiissioneis  of an increase of salary and clothing  for the ciiv polite were adopted,.tint  I hat one refei l ing to gaol accommodation was laid over for further consideration.  This store is radiant with Springtime beauty and loveliness. On every hand may bo seen rich and inviting displays  of the best and newest merchandise the market affords, all  tastefully arranged for easy seeing and buying. This wealth  of goods has been personally selected by our own experts,who  have travelled fur and wide in search of the things we wanted  and the things you were likely to'need for home or personal  use. Being here is of itself sufficient guarantee that the  goods are worthy, styles correct and up-to-date qualities  thoroughly dependable, and the prices the lowest consistent  with fair dealing.  On every side, throughout the store, there is ample  evidence of advancement, an improvement all along the line,  a superior excellence that faithfully reJlects the .progress this  store has made, and the higher standard it insists on maintaining. Stocka are vastly better than they were a year ago  ���������the store system is better ttnd the service is correspondingly better. This means still greater satisfaction for all who  come here. And who can afford to stay away when there is  so much of newness and novelty to be seen here? We  cannot tell you of everything, but'miiy tell enough to induce*  you to come-.nd see ..hat is in store for you here.     .    ..  .LADIES' NEW SHIRT WAISTS FOR SPRING WEAR..  A #-3$  ~&\ ft          Our Shirt-Want Slock is easily Ihe best and largest  we  ever  had  -^^���������srt-'A'     \ *3| j, represents belter qualities,  a greater  variety  of Styles  and  bigger.  S'-ot L-*.-.a   i' >< values'.    Ofcourse yon cannot' gain much' information by. reading a few  '5__^*"''/ j1"/*" 5 *4* ������$S   **            *-            (                             ���������*.������������������������***"<--           -            "             -                  *���������  W&W   I* ������Jjrices .  You'mvst seethe goods to appreciate them.    These  details  may  ������S33.L-        . t^;\Hduce',oulocame and see for"yourself:-          -                  ���������-'"-',*   "V  Li' tm-                                                                                                        -.--.-:*  Hia Opinions on the Eight-Hour Day.���������  Government   Ownership   of Railways  and Various Local Points of Interest.  While in town on  Friday  last,  Mr.  Tho*?.    Taylor,   the   nominee   of   tlie  laberal-Conscrviitive convention    for  this ridiiif*.  was seen   hy   a Hi*n.>_i_u  representative and expressed  himself  very willing '������ R've ,,,s  views on  tlie  topics before the public mind  at the  present juncture,     (.lancing over lhe  New   Westminster   phittorm   of    the  party   Mr,   Taylor   remaiked   that  a  Kreat many of its clauses ntiist commend  themselves   to   any  reasonable  mini   without   ninth   discussion.    " I  heartily endorse the government ownership of railways  plank  of  tile  ���������lint-  form.     Il   itppeins    to   me   lo   be   a  business idea.     Every other colony in  the ICmpire owns and operates its own  rail ways and why not Canada.   Al the  smile time 1 must say that il seems to  me to he a problem   which will  have  to he settled by tho Dominion and not  by  the   provincial  government.   The  latter are precluded  by   the constilu-  t ion , of    Canada,   which    places  the  revenue in the  hands of   the Fedeial  government and leaves t hem linaucially  unable to  undeitake  such   an  enterprise.    At the same time  a  provincial  government could voice the  wishes of  the people by bringing steady ptessuro  to' bear at Ottawa until this important  question was  forced  into  the citcle or  practical   politics.. And   a provincial  ,go vei n ment   could  itlso   make  a   beginning in the direction of government  ownership by lestiicting any government aid to proposed  railways to the  puichase*   of   actual   shares    in    the  concern.  (   The    bonus . system   has  brought us in Canada to the pass that  if lit any time public* opinion  becomes  strong enough, as it undoubtedly  wiH  to force  the   federal" government t<->  take up the matter of state ownership  of railway's,,wc  should   have  to  p'li-  ch.ise   lines   for   the   coustiuclion   of  which in numerous instances we have  by; bonusses   in-   money     and     land  already", paid     and   overpaid.  '.While  expei ience has proved" Unit' any conditions as'to   rates   attnehe'd" to   the  grant of l.oinises'are  peifectly  worthless.    Whereas the purchase of  actual  Seven Guns and Three Hundred'  and Fifty Men Sacrificed'  _3_<  ..FISH. "*-.   *  Tor  tlie Tcnton  snii^na  wc  have Juat  received a nice line of fish:  "LABRADOR HERRING7-;  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, tlie bctt thnt money can buy  RAM I.AI.S', ns a packuge tea, bas  no  equal In the city.  Ton can get it no where  oIkc   in   tho  Clt;.  WE  HAVE  THE  SOLE  *  AGENCY.  C. B. Hume & Co.  UP AGAINST if  Martin  Meets With a   Marble-Hearted  - -Rp..pHnn iri Hew Westminster.   "VANCNOYEK.     M.nch    20.���������Premier  Martin spoke for thiee limits at Westminster to night.     Hi* "said   the   teal  reason that he was fired fiom theSem  I'm  cabinet  was   because   Mr.   Cotton  and he did not agree   on   two   things.  One was that, he believed, even   if   the  Dominion   governmeni    was   Liberal,  that it.should be lold  lh.it  this  province insisted upon the an Li Mongolian  legislation standing,   in   spit'e   of   tlie  feelings of   the   Emperor   of   Japan ;  and   tho   other   because   Mr.    Cotton  could not hand over l. lOO.OOO.tK.) woi th  of coal lands lo lhe Glow's  Nest company.    He dealt at  length   also   with  lhe New   Vancouver   Coal   Couip*in.  crown grant from the   province,   and  told of his cancellation of   lhe' lelteis  patent.    He    would    Htrht   to  secure  these    Nanaimo coal   lands   for   tin*  province, besides making the collieries  pay for all coal mined under the sea.  Theie was no one on the platform,  tlioughlheoperahou.se was tilled by  a curious ciowd. Interruptions^ weie  numerous, and when Mr. Mai tin announced that he would be in .power  for tlie next four yeais, the crowd  indicated their lack of sympathy by  groaning and laughing and shouting  boisterously. ,    .  All*. Alanin drew delightful pictuies  of peace "and prospeiily for Fraser  valley farmers under his rule, "but  those who applauded were only lhe -10  or 50 persons who came wilh him from  Vancouver.  Drowned in the Arm.  About 0 p.m. ou Sutiuday afternoon.  It...). Johustone, of Arrowhead, start ed  iu n canoe for Thomson's Landing. He  did not an ive al l-.is destination and  yesterday the canoe was found float mic  ubout two miles down the Arm from  Anowhead with Johnstone s coat still  clinging to it. The prow of the canoe  was in had shape when he left Ariow-  hend, hiit he thought by sittimr well  back and keeping her tiose out. of tin'  water, he would he able lo make the  tiip. Unfortunately a storm came, on  alter he stai ted. which no doubt upsei  the'unseawoilhy eiaft and caused tin  dentil'of *the occupant. He leaves ^  widow and several childten, among  them being Mrs. Fife, wife of the chiet  engiueer on the llo-islaud-to mourn Ids  lOSE. ��������� ���������>- ,...���������  We're Ready "With Spring Footwear.  Bo-ill'v in the fullest fcnso of the wovcl and with that readiness that characterizes  _U oarefullv plnniu'd movements ,.t this store.    , We. are ready with t*he bestot the  new   Sm-iufic     styles   in     Ko.twe.ir   'for    men;    women    and    children���������Ready-  with a Uiplete ttock of Spring shoos for old and young; ready with a showing that  fciowsn.. duplicate, nor even .a close .econd outside this., ftore m Revels oke. . Our  ���������Uo������ "to.* is made up of the best makes to he had in America.    The styles are oor-  ^ect and strictly up to-d.te-tlie qualities are of the very best.     There  is  enough  v.rietv to Kitisfy everv possible   shoe   want no  matter   from what source it  may  MiiiMiUe     -AndMheniill our i������ ices are-hiade so reasonable and.within such easy-  reach of every purse that no one will have occasion to.find fault.    , Tne goods being '  heVe we camiot! resist the temptation-to let you see them���������that .prompts us to-make  roeci'al dl-plays of the best styles during the nexftwo  weeks so ..that visitors may  know wh.'t's what in FouU'ear.    At the snm'e time our plan-is.to give.all who come  ���������Tf^FF-neTirai-OT^^  in-.ke the ���������������.������������������������. sioiT doubly" interesting.     Ot coime all are w������lcome to come and see  ' without any thought of buying, but few will care to.miss the good values we have  prmi.leil���������this is enough to .-h-w.-ou how important this event will be to shoe  buyeis    Watch the papers and visit our shoe section as often as you can.  *������>  I shnies "in  the  company , would  make  thi.^people sharers in the piofits, would  place the government in a  position   to  know what the  leal  and  actual  business of Uie company was and to what,  extent its rates were,"fair mid  reasonable,'" and   would,-if lhe government  ever decided to  .issunYe' ownership  of  the  whole  concern,   leave ' only  such  proportion o'f it to he bought, as the  country did not alieady own."  t " I als-o heartily  endorse the  eight-  hour   day  plank  in   the  platform.    I  believe in an eight-hour day,   not only  for  underground   inineis.   but  for  all  labor.    That is  to  say  I   believe that  u hen a "man'  is hired   for   a   day he  should   only  give  eight  hours  of  his  time for his- wages.   At the same time  I do not believe that .*. man  should be  forbidden   bylaw   to  woik  overtime,  making  the   bargain    for   the   extra  hours worked ivilh his employer.     In  my opinion the less there  is  of 'actual  legislation on sucb matters the better.  They are best left to be settled between  employers   aiid   employes., ��������� Org.iniz.i-  tinu will   give, the   latler^everyljiing  that they  can * fairly   and  reasonably  ask'for._ Bo I would make  a working  _lay"of"eigirf-litilirs-for   iill~kin"ds~"iif  OWING   TO   POOR   SCOUTING^  Two Batteries of Artillery and a Mount-'  ed Force Walk into a Boer Ambus'cader  Not Far* From' Blomfontein.���������Escape*  *.  of Two British Officers From Pretoria.*  TiiwiJMAN Koi>, March 31:���������A Uritish'  foti'e, commanded by Col. Broadwood,  consisting of the lOlh Hussars,  House-;  hold Cavaliy. tvnhoise lmtteiies and1  a force of mounted iiifatiliy under CoK  filcher. which  had' been" g.uisoning-  Thaba   Ncliu   wns   obliged   in   const-'  quence of the near approach of a large-  torce of Uoers to leave last night.   Col.  Uioadwood marched to the Ulueiiifon-'  tein waterworks, south of the Modder  river, where  he eauiped  at  1 o'clock'  Ihib   morning-      At   early dawn the  camp was shelled hy the enemy from a* '  near point.   Col. Broi-dwood sentoll ������,*,  convoy,  wiili   the .battery   while the '  nest of the force lemained to act us a.  rear gum .1.     The   convoy arrived at.^  Adep- Spruit, where, the  Boers werti.  concealed and the entire body  walkedj  into an  ainbush   and- were   captured.',  together with-six 'gun*-,   The loss of!_,  life was not "great,  since  most  of. tbe_^  British had walked  iiito"the'trap* before a shot n as f'ued.  Gen. Coiville's   division, which   left  Bloeuifontoin   early     Uiis     inoruing,*,  anived heie   at  noon   and   are .now  shelling the Bo'ers."     _     ^ ���������._-..  London.*. Ap'iil,   2.���������Lord    Ilob"erla '  reporEs     Bibadwood's      disaster     at."^ :  Bloemfontein waterworks of Satmday.  to, the   war'office/ The" report' says  that'the British lost'.-ill.'t heir baggage."  seven'  guns   and '200 'nien     m.ssing/  besides 150   men   killed' "or ' wilunded.'" .  The   advance   guard   of "Broadwqod'a _  column   enteied   the diift where tlie ,v  Boers7 were contealed. after the scoiits  ha'd- pijssed. without'_ discovering tlie. .  cnerhj':.';"*Not n shot w.u. fired unlil-the-  Britisfi"were well into the. mnhusijade.]  The ti_oop's included the 10th. Hussars, -  two batteries of horse  artillery and it'*  detaclunVnt of mounted infantry. Tho  * ���������-'-_���������  See Our New Suitings and Wash Goods  Now is the time lo come and see our New Dress Goods silks, Wash Goods and trim-  inin������T8- our sto������kssire now complete in every detail and worthy of the attention ot _  can-Tul dressers within r-ach,of this store. We have never had anything m press  stuffs to equal our present showin,;' that's why wo ore so anxious to have you vi_*it  that section Ks.oon as possible before the best novelties are picked npby the shrewd  buyers who appreciate the prhilcges of petting the first and  best selection.       .  Good f.riune would have it that some new Dress serges shou d reach us .to sell  at a big .eduction they nre ninety cent serges, but our buyer was favored1 with a  "iphj   the   Wholesale   House,   and on Friday we pass it over to you at GO cents.  Meakin's White Iron Stone China.  This well-known Chin.tware .nay be had h. three ^������;������-t P������Uo..������j8  ������jk: '^^XC^^lo^.  ou Friday.  labor and leave all other questions to  he settled hy those interested. Tiiese  are my opinions on these two chief  topics of the plat foi m."  ���������'Theie are, Mr. Taylor,  besides, one  m* two matters  of   local   interest,  on  wliich the Hek.vi.d ' would like   your  views*.    You iue nware no  doubt that  there has been iii'.ue or less of a clash  between   our    city   council   and   Mr.  Kellie   on    its   leeoniinendations   for  appointments, solely   connected   with  tlie inutiii'ip ility.     Such are the police  magistral'.*, the police''lOininis-sioiiers,  and  the   license coinmissioiieis.   The  city has to pay the police  magistrate's  salary, and   quite   naturally  thinks it  ought to   h-ive   some   say   iu   his up.  pointinent.     And although there i> no  pay'attached   to   the   cominis-sioiieis.  htiil they appoint police, whom tlie city  has to pay. and grant licenses, the fees  for which me pint of lhe cily'*. revenue.   Theirdulic..������ niesolely connected  with   our     internal*  and    municipal  affairs,   hut  so   far not  the smallest  notice has been  taken  of ally   recnni-  inendations made  by  the  council   for  these positions."   " If I am returned  to  lhe  legislature," said   Mr.  Taylor,  " there will he  no. interference  whatever on my part with any  recommendations made by the city council  for  these appointments."  " Another matter is the-w.igon road  to the head of the canyon, of which  you*, dnu'.t.ess- already know- tlie  history." " I consider the wagon road  a' necessity, and I entirely fail lo  undeistand ou what possible pretext  the appropriation of S4.000 made for- it  last year was not expended as originally intended. If I am elected I will  see that this item is replaced on the  estimates .and. expended on. this  .object-*'- -___.. .-;.���������"  balance of Broadwood s. force crossed.     .  the spruit byliuotiier drift.*        \ . *-   ' '.  ' KlMBERr.KY.**Api*-il 1.���������- There is-greaf*'"  activity along the Vaal rivsff - 'A-tout,*"  0,0007 'burghers**' ha've   a'ssembled'at"'    -.  v.uious   ' points " betweens Fourteen*-:  Sli-cniDS and Christiana and'about* 700.  men are occupying-thc  district  north  of-ICl'uxlaiu-and    are"1 laagered-   afc--     _  Boothup.'*     ��������� " *.**-"'-.  London*, April 2.-Anothefde'spatch^    .  from Loid Kobeitsays;     All'the'-iiieir *���������  of   "A"   Battety aie   missing,  except ���������- *  Major Taylor   and   a  sergeant-niiTjor.  The Bnei-s left 12 officers   and   .0 men    '  wounded   behind. ..when  they retired) _.  _  towards Ladybrand. **���������..-���������  Lokrszo Marques. April 2���������Capt, . ,  H-ildane, of the Gordou Highlaiidei-s*. .  and Lieut. Le Mesurier ,of ��������� the-' Dublin .  Fusiliers have arrived here . after* a.-4_  pel ilous trip. ��������� They > escaped . from ���������  Pretoria after spending 20 days under- -  giouimd in hiding.-.-    w_s'_  '.._  London, -April 3���������A' Bloemfontein >������_,  despatch   regarding   the   loss. of. the-  convoy s_ys :   "The Boers-.opened ik~  murderous fire,_it wiis simply -eliiugh- -  '  ter.   The Kaffir drivers of-thc 'convoy 7  rail a\v":ry"leavi1ig"theii' teatiisr-^Itrwn**^"-  impossible  for   our   men   to   hit   the-  hidden eneiiiy.   Our   gunners   fought  V*   -*l  bravely.trying.to save their guns,'but -  were gieatly bumpered by the-Kaffirs ������������������  who ran hither and tither looking- for"  cover from the fe.nful fire that poured*l  in-on all sides. Meanwhile lhe eneuiy,.-  were hotly pressing Col. Bioadwood'i  whose mounted troops were complete- ���������  ly. surrounded. The British shoyed**.  magnificent bravery, the oftie'ers were -  quite cool nnd composed. The timely-  arrival- of luiiiforccments saved Col.f  Bro .dwond from annihilation. It is^  repoited thai two guns have been xti- ���������  ciptuied- The whole foice is retiring.;,  on Bloeiiifonlein.'  -. ���������-������.  [ V������^^^tKK-^W"^^  ���������What the people say.���������R. Howsnn  & Co. have the best assorted stock of  Wall Paper in the city.  Ballad and Opera Concert.'  The    Louise   Brehany   Billad    rind.  Concert Co. wliich'will appear hero ,_*_;_   ���������  I he opera house   on   April   Ilth vis- a'.,  combination    of-' .-utislfi    of , unuslial*  merit.    W. G. Sawlet, Uie pianist,' Iihh-.  a    world   wide  reputation   both   irs n.  composer and a musician.    MissLhuiso*  Breliauy. llie star of. thttjcompany,- is),  a soprano   of   t-haifiling   per.6niility,%  endowed with ������ voice ot great richiievs -  anil volume.    MibsOlpA .Sehiiioll J* j*.  young violinist, who is rapidly making!,  her way to tin*fiont.' 'A change fi*bni_ ,  the ordinaly concert is lhal lhe secAinV.  pai I is  :i   f.ivoiitq   scene   fioin - sonie-  well kn'own tiper.i,' Martha,' Fa list   or~  the like, properly Btage'd-and costtmi-  ed. which is a very popular feature. oQ  the      company's -cntertaininerit.    'F.-  Ahlin and J. Taylor,  the 'enterprising:*  local managers Of the concert* will-'ho*.  doubt be able to fill the operahouse"to"*-  ovei_!o-.ving._       ' ...       ^  A* Big Assay.- "  ' ^.sample of ore ��������� f roni the ��������� Copper-  King, situated .Bear Circle City, audi,  ownedhy H. C. Dier. of tliis-eitys 'a'as*'  a'ssayed last'" week by AVsiiyer1 A__H..  Holdicb and gave the startling assay-  of .02.7 o*ss. of copper to' the tou., The,-  ore also carries gold--and-silver, -but-  was not tested for-either. .The prjee-  of copper -stands"'"now" at- alioiitlSJ",  tcnt>.   "*--* :    '- "'"  ���������vi  .Asv  rib Revelstoke   Herald  ������__ s  Published In tho IntereaW at  B_vel������toke. Laredau. Bis Uend, -"Vou.  <L_*Ji.e,  llliclllewae t, Albert Cajiyou.  Jordan    Paas    and    Bafte  Pass District*  *. JOHNSON    ���������    ���������    PROPRIETOR  ' E  Semi--Weekly  Journal.  pubtiahrd  the   Interests   ot    ttevelstoke     and  surrounding   district*1,     WeAnec-  __8   and   Saturdays,   making   doeefit  Onnectlons  with all trains.  ~A.dVL'iii*.iii_j; Kalea: Display ads,  ALSO per inch, single column, t'2.06 per  belie when Inserted on title page.  t__xal ads. 10c per Inch (nunpuriel)  %ae  tor  lirst  insertion;      6c  for end  E"tlonal insertion. Reading notices,  per line each Issue. Birth, Mar-  e and  Death  notloea, free.  Sub-cri*. liuii Kales: l.y mall or  (fcrr.er. i't pi-r annum; $1.25 for sis  ____onilis, strictly  In advance.  Qur Ji.l. Ueparlment. THE HttKAl.n  loL Department Is one ot the best  *QUlpped printing office* In West  f-ooietiuy. and is prepared to "xecutc  01 kinds of printing In first class  _(Jyle at honest prices. One i-rice to  Bit No Job too large���������none too small  ���������������������������for us. Mail orders promptly attended to. Give us a trial on your  ���������text   oilier.  to correspondents: We invite cor-  t-sapomlence on any subject of Intnr-  tfi to the general public, ind desire  ��������� reliable correspondent In every lo-  Cnlitv surourdlng Rovelstoke. Tn all  ������_���������������������? the bona fide name of ltic*  Writer must accompany m-inuserlpt,  Cut   rift   nec>"*!������nrlly for puhllentlon.  idclrei*.**   nil  rnminunlcMlons  1!I*:vi:lstokb  hriiai-d   <������   Notice  to  Correspondent!!  t. All correspondence must be 1(*K-  (_>ly written on ono sldo ft tho paper  ffnly.  t. Correspondence contnlnlnn r"*r-  aonnl matter must be sltftioil with the  proper name of the wrltjr.  J. Correspondence with r*>f!*r",n;.<������  lo anything that linn app*>ar"'_l in on-  Other paper must first b. oiT-r, .1 for  publication tn that . nn"r i-hfuio It  can   appear In  TFIID HI-1R *it.O  A HANDSOME    TRIBUTE  ������_��������������� T_*t*������(e>������ Im JTB__-*_a_i  Vbe tbaatera aro the -.cry place* to  atad? *��������������� Japanese. Ib many theater*  tit* ������ntlN kcuee Is dlvlOed by rails  Into aa.aar������ yviia 4 by 4 feet. Intended fe������ four Japanese, but often con-  talnlag fealf a dozen. The men sad  -rremcB aure barefoot, walk the narrow  dUI-tta* rails to reach tbelr reaerwd  "aesta." Ta* patrons kneel within  thee* aqvara pens, or. when there ar*  no pena, tbey squat upon the floor In  little elrenlar (roups and smoke, cat,  drink, fan themselvea and chatter.  Many ������*_mc In and go out at random.  Children run to and fro. Frequently  the spectators bring luncheon and pass  tbe day within tbe theater, the play  continuing uninterruptedly.  Tbe stage, which In some theaters  revolvca to change scenes, has two de*  tactic** projections three feet wide, extending among thc audience. Upon  these projections the performers run,  reciting and acting.  Tbelr acting Is sufficiently curious.  A villain niain walks off the stage, a  Jap mops with a dirty cloth the chief  Bctor's face while he Is speaking. The  prompter, dressed all In black, gown,  hood and girdle, will follow the actor  nil around thc stage. Other persons,  nlso In bluck, run to nud fro across the  stage. Those costumed In black are  supposed to be invisible. Stage carpenters and hel-H-rs often stand upon  the stage und g'we and laugh at the  actors, and bo ou  Guernsey, although the Becond  largest of the Channel Islands, Is  greater In patriotism than Its size.  Its greatest length 19 about nine  Kilies, and Its greatest breadth ranges  from three to four miles. Its population at last census was 32,659. The  __Lalect of Its people tn tho Norman-  French of many centuries ago, but  feuowledse of English Is universal.  It is politically, -like Jersey, a separate unit, which retains tho feudal  organization and ''customs" or laws  et the Normandy of'the Conqueror. It  has its president and. states, and Its  Well drilled mllltla. It sends many  good sailors Into the" British Navy  and has Its own fleet of fishing boats.  Its silky-skinned breed of Alderney  Cq-ws and Its dairy produce make It  famous from a farming point of view.  -If there be no native mliionaires In  Guernsey, its peoplo tn general are  fairly prosperous, and, although racl-  afl ly. and lingually less nearly allied  to the English than tho Boers are,  fliey are proud of their British clti-  ������?nsliip, and fully appreciating Its  benefits, they have petitioned the  president to call-the states together  on Friday for the purpose or voting  '������10,000 -to buy and present the Imperial government-with two batteries  61 Geld artillery, or any other war  material which may be moro acceptable for use at the front. The petition on which the States of Guernsey have been called .together does  not mince matters. It so clearly  states the case, and Is such a slap  in the face to British advocates of  the Boers, that we subjoin it without  curtailment:  "Sir: Whereae, Great Britain is  now involved In a great and costly  car in order to obtain equal rights,  dvil and religious, for all its oub-  jects in South Africa, without regard  to race or creed, to maintain, defend,  and. safeguard the integrity of the  British empire, of which this Island  bas the honor ajid privilege of fo;m  tngpart, and also .to establish British supremacy in its South African  rolonies and dependencies.-the undermentioned members of the States of  Deliberation, and others, beg to submit   the   following     proposition     foi  "your"- consideratl6n7*"and~reEpectruU>"  request that it may be submitted ti  the Siates at your earliest convenience: 'That as a tangible proof o.  the loyalty, devotion and patriotism  of the inhabitants of this lB'.aad, and  in order to mark In a special mannei  their appreciation of the great pri  vlleges which, as British subjects  Cbtey enjoy, the States bo asked to  rote a sum not e.-cec-ding ������10,030, o:  such other sum aa they may bo disposed to grant, to provide some of  the latest and most efficient guns,  or other war equipment, which sha!  be handed over to the war department for use in tho South African  ���������Bar.' ���������'  lie IInd Not Chnnfted.  I was In a burlier shop presided over  by a colored artist the other day nnd  while I was being shaved there came  In a colored hack driver who demanded  S_. thin the barber owed him for a back  nt a funeral.  "Come In nex* week an I'll havo It,"  said tbe barber, as be continued to  scrape.  Bui thc creditor got on bis ear.  "Look a-liyui-Y" said ho. "I'sie glttin  mighty tired o' cumin eroun bere after  dis yere money. lilt's always de suiiie  thing. Come erouu nex' week. I wants  ma money! I come In las' week an yo*  tolc me ter colli**' ag'ln nex' week, an I  cornea nex' week an yo' tells me ter  come de week after.  I wants ma mon-  I eyr  I     With that the barber took thc middle  of the floor and declared himself.  "i-ook a-byar. black man," said he,  "wbut yo' pesterin me about yo' money? Isn't I done tole yo' to come nex'  week? What yo' expect? I've dona  tole yo' de same thing all de time. Nex'  week! nex' week! I tole yo' dat las'  week an 1 tells yo' dat now. 1 hasn't  changed. I'ze prepared to do Jes' whut  I says."���������Memphis Scimitar.  Too Saoaeufa*-.  Domestic servants, in Hawaii-do not believe in titles. Tlioy* insist upon'calling  their employers by their Christian names  In spit* of all protest.  One lady, who upon her arrival waa at  onco addressed as Jennie by the menserv-  ants, expostulated with her slater for allowing them to become thun familiar.  She was assured that every effort had  been made to Induce them to _ay "Mr.**  and "Mrs.," but this thay steadily ratua-  ed ta do.  "No, no," they said; "too many Smith.  too Much Jones.   You John and Lizzie."  Ono English woman was determined  that her servants should never address  her in the familiar fashion that other  white people had allowed to become common. She therefore Instructed her husband uever to mention her name in their  hearing. Oae day this lady had somo  visitors, and to their great delectation  the cook presently put his head insida the  door and asked sweetly:  "My love, what vegetables do you  want today?"  After that the English woman was content to be called simply Mary.���������Family  Herald.        Bnppln _������������������ a. Duty.  Bo happy! Bo happy in spite of every*  thing! When n person Is not happy, he  la a failure in life. To bo bappy is to be  normal, and the normal peoplo aro thoso  who come out on top In the long run.  Nature and human nature detest abnormal things, and unhappy people are certainly abnormal people. It la said that  nothing innltea happiness like happiness,  and, from observation, one sees that It Is  true, nnpplness Is two things���������a good  habit and a spiritual state. Many women,  you think, are born unhappy. Is thero  any one such a weakiuluded creature that  Hhn cannot cultivate the good habit of be-  in . happy?  The trouble with the average woman  who fancies herself unhappy is only an  unwholesome fancy. She caresses and  nourishes unhnppincss. In other words,  she butts trouble. She luxuriates In being  melancholy, In looking on tbe wrong side  of things. It she only knew how disagreeable this nindo her in the sight of  men she would very soon change her tactics, for it lias come to he a recognized  fact In modern civilization that happiness  is a necessity of life.  MATRON AND MAID.  The DnefctiiK Stool In Bnalaai*.  It Is Interesting to conjure up a picture of a "ducking" as practiced In  England at tbe end of tho eighteenth  century.  - When the "scold" had been properly  trk*d and convicted, she was escorted  by a crowd of her neighbors���������In fact,  by tbe whole village���������to the nearest  pond���������and the greener and slimier the  pond tbe better. A long plank waa  produced, at one end of which was the  "ducking stool." and In this the screaming, struggling victim was securely pin-  lont-d.  The chair end of the plank was the*  pushed far over tbe edge of the pond,  nnd at a signal It was tilted deep Into  thc green ooze until the scold was completely immersed.  When the dripping, half drowned  womnn was raised to the surface  agnln. to the jeers and laughter of the  onlookers. It can be imagined that her  tongue wagged to some purpose. After  a socond dose she emerged more subdued, and after a third or fourth sha  wns as penitent a woman as the village contained and was allowed fa  proceed home a sadder and wiser wo*  man���������until the next time. ��������� London  Tit-Bits.      The II-.ward of Labor.  ���������"BUI. hnvo you cut tbe firewoodT*  "Yes. sir."  "An fed tbe mules?" -.... ���������  "Yes. sir." ��������� ���������_ '.*.'���������������*"  "An milked the cowb?"  "All milked..sir."  "An ground the corn?" .  :j . "*_���������  "Jest through, sir." **"���������*.���������..?.?���������;  "An banked the taters?" "        . .  "Lnst one. nlr."  "Well, you're a good un. Now call  the dogs, au you kin go an tree a possum fer yer. supper!"���������Atlanta Constl-  -tutlon. ��������� ' ���������������������������������������������=--=*���������- '. ���������   -���������-���������-i.  James Wilson .of Raleigh, has been  co������n"ltU-d for trial at Chatham, on a  charge of forging his brother's signature.  The coroner's jury at Quebec hae  teturned a verdfot ot wilful murder  against Joseph Deche-m alias Oro.  Petit for the klltag ot Alblna Bour-  geaulL  David Johnstono. ot Clyde, near  Gait. Is deal from Wood poisoning,  the result of having a tooth extracted  gome months ago, according to hia relative!*,  ftfcOill tinlvetsJtir- will confer the  ilegreea of _U I/. D. Ufton Captain  Mahan. -the noted naval authority.  Professor Barker, physicist, and S. K.  frbite&res. of tho Canadian Geological  Survey.  A!ce������-ForUer, professor ot tho romance languages- In Tulane university  -tias received s dbJtlngulshed Bono?  Crom a French society. The Alllaaice  EYancalse haa just awarded him a  medal _njedaillet     d'argent.      Brand  -module) ,for Ua "Precis de  fHlstoiro  fle Franca."  Adolp 6_onelI-Savro. within two  years, and -besh-mins fresh from  school, ---nth a legacy of rco.oo*. has  amassed a fortune in Wall street  trhlch piaces til* name amons the 1������  richest men in America. He Is only M  ���������rears old. and his mother was for������aer-  ty of -LrezinetDB. Kjr.  -An a^lcat&sL Ib being mods for  incorporation, aa th������ Provident Trust  tt' Inveetment company, by Joseph  -CuBeae '*LaureooeU������v bank manager;  James fioes. -inerclutiit; - Stanislaa  -Larue, merchant, of Edmonton,' and  tLouis -Zephiriir MsUiIe*u, contractor,  and Louis -ArUias Bou-rier, gentta-  -iaen, tooth of 4S.8 city of Montreal.  A Conalflcrate Father.  The Impecunious Sou���������It was rather hard for you. father, uot to seud me  any money when I was so much In  need of it.  Tbe Thoughtful Father���������It was my  desire to send you ample means Immediately, but it was such a pleasure to  read your letters asking for remittances���������so finely worded, you know���������  thnt 1 could not deuy myself tbe satisfaction of having more and more of  them.���������Boston Transcript.  Sickness Kn-slly Bnrred,  "Keep your vitality above tho negative  condition, und you will'never know disease of any kind," writes E5. B. Warman  in The Ladies' Home Journal. "No disease cnu exist where there is an abundance of pure blood. To get the necessary amount, eat nutritious food; to circulate it perfectly, take proper exercise;  to purify it, get fresh air and sunlight.  If ������ perfectly healthy condition of the  skin exists and an even temperature of  the surface of the body is maintained,  it is impossible to catch cold. Cold water bntlis taken every day will do much  towafil-producing the former; proper food  nnd exercise the latter. Nature gives you  an altiriu in the first chilly feeling. Heed  it :it once or pay tho penalty. -Take a  brisk walk or run, breathe" deeply and  keep the mouth closed. If you are so situated that you can do neither, us in B  church, lecture room, street or steam  car, breathe deeply, rapidly and noiselessly until you are satisfied that your body  has passed from a negative to a positive  condition."  Don't Rock -tho Baby.  Strange as It may seem, the time honored custom of rocking babies to sleep ii  a bad one. It is injurious to the children  themselves and is a cause, eventually, of  much unnecessary trouble to their guardians. Mothers should therefore see to  It that from the very first the little ones  are brought up In' the way they should  go and that the monthly nurse does not  get them into bad habits by rocking them  to sleep either in her arms or in their  cots. There is no doubt that rocking ia  the moat expeditious way of inducing a  baby to go to sleep, but if one once BtarU  a baby will not sleep without it and at a  Liter age is likely to auffer from la-  somnin. Rocking may aavo immediate  trouble to a lazy nurse or mother by. inducing sleep when a child does not require it or when it ought to be taken up  from Its cot nnd have clean clothes put  on, but it will never cause that aweet,  gentle nnd perfect sleep which should be  characteristic of a baby who haa no artificial aids to induce slumber.���������Home  Notes.    Attractive Dress.  We all know how some women after a  year or two of married life, get careless  about their dress, says a lady novelist.  They seem to think that their fortune  Is made and it isn't necessary to arrange  the hair becomingly and put on pretty  gowos just for their husbands. This is  all wrong, and it is an error that arises  from laziness. Ilea like,.to see their  wives'look pretty just as much as they  did when they were but sweethearts.  Take a woman's advice, and if you can  have but one attractive gown let that be  the one to wear indoors. Endeavor to  hare daintily arranged hair and a neat  -and-simp!e-cost'_ime_for_breakfa=t���������Have-  well fitting boots or slippers, as the case  may be, and. in fact, study to make your-  seif just as winsome after the fish is  landed as when yon were not so sure of  him  U)ra Daisy Stevenson Is the warUaa  proprietor at a flourishing butcher shop  la Rochester.  Miss Miles, cousin of General Netaoa  Miles, is the only womaa ia tha United  States who is director and maaageif of a  full aailltary band.  Miss Winifred Faraday of Manchester  Is the first woman and tbe second Briton  to be honored with membership hi the  Icelandic society of Copenhagen.  Mrs. Roger Wolcott ot Boston has  given sn imposing monument to Pepper-  ell, Mais., In memory of the men of that  town who fought at Bunker Hill.  Mlas Helen Gould's present attitude  against Mormonism is no new thing with  her. Several years ago she was a warm  supporter of Kate field In a similar  movement.  Mrs. Harriet IU Stafford of Marthas  Vineyard, the aged owner of Paul Jones'  Bonhomme Richard's flag, has decided  to give that banner upon her death to tie  Massachusetts Historical society.  Miss Lucile Daniel of Atlanta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Daniel of that  place, has started for Japan, where she  is to be married lo thc Ilev. Henry Clark,  who Is engaged in missionary work in  that country.  Lillian Tracy of Troy proved herself  ciiuul to an emergency. Wucu her suit  for slander came up, her luwyer was too  111 to appear. So she conducted her own  case and did It bo cleverly thnt she so-  cured a verdict.  Miss Ileglna Walker, an American of  German pnrcutago, has established a  home for cats tienr Berlin. A villa has  been erected upon finely wooded grounds  of ten acres, anil it is promised that all  sorts of cats will be well cared for.  Luzerne county, !'������.. produced thc first  woman blncksuiith. Mrs. George Gregory Is nlways ready to assist if work is  pressing aud can set a shoe with skill.  Her shop ta a few nillca north of Shick*  shinny,, and she'divides her time betweeu  the woi'k of the shop and the care of two  babies.  Miss Eve BInntyre Simpson, daughter  of the late Sir Walter Simpson, to whom  humanity is indebted for chloroform and  who is herself the author of several  books, among them n life of her father,  has traveled considerably in Canada and  the Atlantic coast states this - summer  aud fall.  Mrs. Joubert Is rather an educated  woman for' a Boer vrouw and as a girl  was remarkable for her musical accomplishments. She is known to have possessed one of the finest pianos ever seen  In Tretorla. She, like her friend, Mrs.  Kruger, revels In domesticity and once  boasted that she had always cooked her  husband's Sunday dinner.  A BIrror Tr Ink.  ���������f fcava a little scheme of making my  t-tsltara CmI very well satisfied with  NwrttelvM, hence tliey are very charm-  las darlag their stay." said a young host-  la Avondale recently, with an amua-  tt twlatda la her eyes as she displayed  her dalaty mirror arrangement in her  guees noa. The white draped mirror  Bad the lace covered toilet table looked  very attractive.  U aae would see herself In the deceptive mirror as others see her with the  eye, or as nearly ns possible, let her has-  tea to a dry goods store nnd buy a quantity of aoft, pure white material���������gauze,  If 'possible: tt not, s-ivies or India muslin  will auswer very well.  Be snr*. and have it pure white, and  after polishing the surface of the mirror  gather the material nt the center of the  top and bring it down softly on either  aide, framing the gluss In folds of pure*  white. When this is done to artUtlc satisfaction, peep In-mid what a transfor-  mutioB. The true tints of the complex-  Ion, the expression of the countenance  and eyes, the correct color of the hair,  will be very accurately reflected.  Persons thus have the best possible  view or themselves, and a little flattery Is  administered.   o   Alfred Fletcher, pioneer citizen ot  Pettrolla.  is dead.  Wm.' Jeremy, farmer, was probably  fatally injured  by the explosion  of a  &$4&&$i&&$iS?iM&&$3l  ThC__ a  Revelstoke Herald  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  gun while duck shooting near Barrle.  ���������**���������  ������������������ ���������]  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  Ib th* leading . newspaper of  the great mining districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, -written up  la authentic, reliable and road-  able articles from unaoasttea-  able Information. It aajo/g  a large circulation and la o___-  sequently unequalled M ���������������  advertising medium la . tt<  field in wliich it la pntllift-HL  Subscription $2,00 Per Annum  $1.25 For Six Month,  StrisUu i" Advance..  POULTRY POINTERS.  One breed iii enough oa tha farm. -  Roup is the result of a bad cold net  lected.  Make the-nests so-that the hens caa  -walk in upon them rather than deep.  In breeding select points for vigor.  Mate cocks 1 year old with hens 2 years  old.  Bread soaked in milk and then squeezed dry makes a good feed for young  poultry.  Use no deformed or weak fowls for  breeding, nor tho same cock mora than  one season.  It is only, when a soft food Is glvea  that a .trough, or board is used. Feed  whole grain upon the ground.  Cooked food fattens quickly, probably  because it is so much more easily digested and therefore goes further.  Keep the appetite sharp, compelling  them to be actWe and scratch for food,  and the fowls-will be healthier.  No feed will make a molting hen lay.  She cannot be supplying eggs while she  has the strain ot growing new taathera  upoa hsr.���������St. Z_ouis Republic.  -NCORPORATeD 1670  Carpets I  The display in om* 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 lints:  It takes a foremost place In  the race for prominence and  popularity with business  bouses and as a consequence  docs more business witn  those requrlng printed stationery and offlca supplies than  any other printing   establish  ment In Eastern British CM*  umbla. The class et westf  turned out haa been prenoaa)**  ced equal to any thing ot tha  kind executed in the mroa  cities by much larger pstasV  eries.  j." __*     -vii.     -____.i_.-si9  Job Printing Department  Fitly Named.  Becker���������That's quite a flue horso  you've been buying. What have yoa  Binned blui?  Bugeinan���������Great Bargain.  6c**ker���������Alii Great Bargain, eh?  Then It waa another of your shrewd  Investments?  Kngcninn���������Oh, that bad nothing to  do with the name. I call him Great  Mnrgain because my wife can drive  him.���������Boston Courier.  Amber la found all along the Prussian shores of tho Baltic, but principally in the peninsula of Samland.  All amber found everywhere is state  property, but the state cannot mine  amber without tbe permission of the  owner of tha ground  In tha Imperial library at Calcutta  more than 10,000 volumes on Indlaa  affaire ar* brought together and cla*-  ���������MoA.  NATURE'S WORKS.  Her Rule Worked Both W������ri,  This is said not to be plagiarism and is  told by a woman who knew nil about it  and the young woman who wrote it. It  ���������r-r������ a letter in answer to tha announcement of the engagement of n young man  and sent to the girl to whom he had previously been engaged. For some reason  she was not exactly plonsed at this attention on bin part, ami this ia the letter  she sent to him.   It read:  Detr Sir��������� I luv������ re������lvej the Irtt-f contnlninc  th������ i_no.jncrment of your co^%_^inor.t lo _ili.i4  D1*,n__. AJI I da not know Iier I cannot mngrt'.ii'  Ul* you, nnd ������ I da '..liw you I csnuc. ccrn*  ffr-tulile Iier.  After that she signed her name and,  n-itli a feelinu of Rrent pleasure of a certain kind, sent off the epistle.���������Now York  Times.           EAGLE AND  LION.  Pristine la Colors.  An Improved method of printing colored Illustrations . In books has been  Invented by Ivan-Orloff, tbe manager  of the government printing office in St.  Petersburg. Instead of applying the  ���������successive colors one after another, allowing each to dry before the nert is  used, the Orloff machine prints all the  colors with one turn of the cylinder.  On the curved surface of tbe cylinder  are arranged as many blocks as there  are colors to be employed. Aa each  block passes a particular point a roller  .carrying the appropriate color falls upon It and smears It with ink. Tbe surfaces thus Inked transfer their designs In passing to a composition roller  which in turn transfers the entire combination to a "form." from which the  picture ia then printed at a single  atrok-a-.  **���������������" *___*  .<r_-.***_..   -  Brussels Carpets  Tapestry Carpets^  Velvet Carpets  Napier-Mattings  Rugs and Mats  Linoleums  Is equipped with the latest  faces in type designs and all  work.entrusted to The Herald  la handled . by exprieaced  workmen who thoroughly understand the proper use of tha.  material at their disposal.  The Herald does hot claim W  be the only printing house M  tho district but It does  to be ,  Thoroilgllu Up-To-Date In  Every PartiGillar  Our new stock of curtains  has also arrived and we are  now showing stveral very  pretty lines.  Hudson's Buy Stores  CALGARY.  And tn a position to give as  good value for, the money expended, either for advertising'  spaee in its publication me  for Job printing, aa can be  given by any other house of  the kind In British Columbia.  Write for estimates and sam  ples of printing. All  turned out promptly aa4 satisfactorily. One priee te alt.  No Job can be too large <m  too small for. The ' HenMT*  consideration. Special attention given   to orders by mail.  As J^,.r!SON; Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS i Wednesdays and Saturdays.  UouUle tagle  The haltht ot the rock of Gibraltar la  about 1.43T feet.  There It a small lake near a volcano  ia southern California which contains a  liauid as black aa ink, not at ail resembling water. This liquid dyes cotton  cloth permanently black.  Tbe deserts of Arabia,are specially remarkable for tbelr pillars of sand, which  are raised by the whirlwinds, and have  a rtry close resemblance la their appearance t* waterspouts. . .  The island of Helgoland, scarcely three'  miles la circumference, rikinc abruptly  200 feet out of tha sea. Is. visibly crumbling away and effacing itself, ia tha  waves mors rapidly than any other place  of equal stae kaown to s'cleatlflo ���������bserva-  So lonir aa (M per cent of the bread  eaten in En_.Iari(1 in made of American  wheat Great Britain has a valid rt'itsun  to be on good terms with tlio United  States without any other alliance.���������Indianapolis Journal.  John Bull and Colombia hara become  ao desperately friendly that the afTair  _eema to have aasunitxl the int**r<^*lins  aspect of an International flirtation.  Friends of'the coupla ought to guard  against the inevitable lovers' Quarrel.���������  Baa e"r������aci������c*������ Call.  A C������wl������������r Rant-d Up.  Montana Hill, a famed wc.it.-rn character, came Into thi- city thc oth������*r day  with a bunch of wild cow pun.'li<<rs.  Just off tbe range. In chargt. of n train  ���������f cattle. After looking after lliclr  stock the men, heavily armed, rode  tbelr ponies through the street*,  whooping like Indiana Tbey charged  m, trolley car, and tbe leader was  thrown through a window Into tbe laps  of the frightened passengers. The police gathered him up. weapons nnd all  aad took him and the whole outfit to  tha station house. The eowboye protested tbey were Jnst out for a little  fun and thought that the motorninn  would etop bis" car In time to avoid a  eol'iilon with their ponies.���������Omaha  Sot-aid.  CAPITAL  $i 7000-000  IN-ONE-DOLLARSHARES7   8400,000 IN THE TREASURY  FIRST BLOCK  OF TREASURY SHARES  NOW ON THE MARKET  FOR A LIMITED TIME AT   10 CENTS.  Manager  The  Wm. F,  Cochrane  Managing  John  Director  J.  of  You NO.  The    Calgary  He_a(d.  DIRECTORS:  COCHBANE,  Ranch,   Limited,  Macleod.  W. B. Pooi,,   President Great  Western Mines,  Limited, Ferguson.and Kevelstoke,  J.    D.   GlCAHAM, F.   "W.   GODSAL, P  Gold Commissioner,  Atlin, B. C. Rancher,   Pincher  ..Creek  Geo.   S.   McCai-ter,   Solicitor,  Rerelstoke.  W. M. Buown, Proprietor   St    Leon   Hot J ^Springs,   Kerelttoke.  The Double Eagle Company has been formed for the purpose, not only of mning its present properties  but of acquiring promising claims and developing them to an extent that will justify their sale to English nnd  other companies at a profit. The company already owns and ' has paid for in full, the Trilby and u01d Saul  properties in the famous Fish River district, and a three-quarters interest in the May Bee mine, in th*  Lardeau district one and a half miles from Ferguson Sufficient promoter's shares have been set aside for th9-  purchase  of tbe remaining quarter.  The May Bee is the sister claim to the now famous Nettie L, which has broken all records in British  Columbia for large bodies of phenomenally rich ore. The May Bee aud Nettie L were located together in  1H92 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. The promoters have already spent $4,000 in developing the May Bee, with  excellent results, and in-order to place the mine quickly tn 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.  ���������fjta JB0. J. VOIMIO   MEaALDBLOCK. CALGARY.  Shares will be sold in blocks of 100 and upwards.  sale of shares from the market   at   any time   without   nofcio������  A. H. HOLOICH, REVELSTOKE,  The. company reserves the right to   withdraw the  Applications may be sent to the  Secretary,  ft  k  li':,1  I  '.'!  !'���������:  <'������ x> /  //  ������/  1  X  *<  T -  ���������1  The War in Africa  i  London, March 29.���������Lord Roberts  kaa sent 10,000 troops to Glen, 10  ���������dies north of Bloemfontein on thc  railroad. This Is preliminary to the  general advance.  ./The Bloemfontein correspondent of  the Morning Post says: "The 1st  Coldstreams and the 3rd Grenadiers  are already at Glen. The Gordons  and the cavalry brigade moved Sunday, the 14th brigade following today. The three span bridge at Glen  was dynamited three hours before  they reached It. The necessary repairs will delay advance for a time.  General Gatacre's forces are now  arriving.''  Tho Bloemfontein correspondent of  the Dally Telegraph In a dcsp-itch  dated Tuesday, March 27tli, says:  "It Is a ���������mat: *r for urfre* that _.*v.i.i.*  ta thc state of the roads and "f o ir  horses Commandant Gr dvclln.-r. mm  mand of 0000 men from CiliMiicrg  and the southern districts -sot -wny  to tho nasutoland bonier before our  forces could hope to .get near them.  General French, who has anlvcd n:  Bloemfontein from Thaba Nehu. says  tint Commandant Olivier has C0O0  d -a and  Is north  of Ladybrand.  "rnmense quantities of stores havo  ben accumulated at Bloemfontein  and Lord Roberts Infantry are necm-  Ingly about to move. An Impression  Which can be traced to the war office  la abroad that the advance will begin  aeit Monday.  Boer observation parties are hovering near Bloemfontein but Lord  Roberts has 130 miles to cover before  reaching the great position -which  the Boers have prepared at Kron-  stadt  Moving ten miles a day Is probably  the best they can do with field trans-  poets, therefore he can hardly engage the Boers in force before two  weeks.  The construction of the railway  behind him may even delay an invasion of the Transvaal until May.  Meanwhile ail the imp uitam towns,  in the tree State within Lord Roberts  .reach are being garrisoned.; Thaba  Nehu, ��������� FhilippopDlis, Fauresmith.  Jagersfontein, aie thug held.  " Sir Alfred Miiner is touring the  disturbed newly acquired territory.  Investigating conditions and arranging the administration. He is understood to be getting materials for a  report to Mr.Chamberlain, concerning  a plant of civil gavernment.  According "to the same despatch.  General French previous to returning  to* Bloemfontein occupied the flJUi  mills near Battor which are considered an important acquisition.-  ��������� Reports from Rouxville-* and other  towns say:. .i'The surrender;of arrna  to the British continues satisfactory."  I The Boers opened fire with artillery and rifles at the british caiup at  .Warrenton today. 'lhe nr������t sue.i  burst while the Fusuieis .wero at  breakfast. A hail of bu.lcts pouieu  Into the village. Many cattle wen.  killed. A hotel that is used as a hospital, and over which the Red Cross  flag was flying was fired upon. Tho  -attacking Boer force -was heavy but  notwithstanding the enemy's expen  ' diture of big gun and ritle ammunition only one Britisher was killed.  A private telegram received from  Mafeking reports that ail was weii  there on Tuesday,  March 20. *  A' Pretoria despatch to the Daily  .Mail dated March 28th, says: "An  official . despatch . reports a heavy  bombardment of "Mafeking in progress  on Monday, March 26th, which was  meeting with a spirited response.  ". Pretoria, March 28.���������General" Joubert  died" last night at 11:30 o'clock. He  had been suffering from a stomach  complaint.     The town Is in  mourning  for the true patriot, gallant g.neral  and upright and honorable opponent.  The Pretoria correspondent of the  London Daily Mail says: ''Genera,  JToubert died of peritoni.is. The funeral will take place tomoirow (Thursday). The government is pleading  with the: widow; to allow,' a temporary  Interment here with a state funeral.  General. Joubert. always;expressed : a  desire to be burled in a mauaoleuit  built on his farm. His succssBor as  the chief in command will probably, be  General Louis Botha; now. commanding In Natal.  - Brussels, March 29.���������-A private despatch- has been received here from  Pretoria which. sayB that President  Kruger will not take chief command  of the Transvaal ��������� forces.  London, March 29.���������A despatch t<J  tho Dally Mall from Kobe, datol  March 38, says: "Renewed trouble  between; Russia and Japan in Korea  is imminent. The movement of the  Russian fleet Indicates the probability  oC the seizure of a Korean port. The  war office officials - at Tokio are holding conferences and thero has been  considerable military and naval raovo-  flnents la Japan thla month."  Yokohama,' March 28.���������The Mikado  trill" review 40 .Japanese warships off  Kobe toward the end of April.  . London, March 29.���������Speculation h  1 to Lord Roberta' advance from Bloemfontein la the topic of the day and  la likely to continue so, if the British commander in chief in South  Africa w������rconceal.his movements aa  carefully aa he has done in the past  April 2nd - la set by various critics aa  the probable date of the departure of  the main force from Bloemfontein.  The movements of the cavalry force  and part of the Infantry toward Glen  can scarcely' be construed as an actual  advance though ,,they undoubtedly  point ��������� to the imminence of. such, a  step.' But only a small part of Gen-  eal Gatacres force has yet arrived at  Bloemfontein    and until' that move  ment shall hav������ been completed, It  is not' likely that Lord" Roberta will  start for Pretoria.  The latest news from Bloemfontein  contained in a. despatch published In  the second edition of the Times,  dated Wednesday,* Mach 28th, dwells  upon the necessity for not making  a premature advance. This correspondent, who on several occasions  has seemed to have been chosen as  th-3 mouthpiece of Lord Roberts',  says: "It should be clearly understood that the present halt in the vicinity of North Bloemfontein is absolutely necessary as a military precaution. It should be borne in mind  that we had to enter a phase of operations with the main communication through a recently occupied hostile country and that the recent successes necessitated a great expenditure of horso power here and in  Natal.  "We ahall uiovo on tho commencement ot the South African winter and  must bo prepared to faco the effect  the first frost will have upon such  animals as may be affected with  horse sickness. It would be suicidal  to push troops forward till they are  r .-equipped to meet the exposure of  tlio winter. Horses, food and clothing wo must have." Tho correspondent adds that the Boer forces have  been reequlppod and says that he Is  convinced that 150,000 foreign troops  have been landed to aid the republics.  A deputation of Dutch church ministers today had an audience with Premier Schreiner of Capetown. The  ministers urged the separation of sick  and well Boer prisoners and asked  that the sick be not sent to St.Helena.  Mr. Schreiner replied that he had no  power in such matters but would use  his friendly offices. He added that  he had made strong representations  to tho Imperial government against  sending any prisoners to St. Helena.  It Is reported that the prison trims-  ports will sail for St. Helena at the  end of this .week.  London, March 30.���������The* Boers are  concentrating in . force 15 mlleB  north of Bloemfontein on the road to  Glen, and Lord Roberts is sending  troopB forward to engage them. The  seventh Infantry division and a part  of General French's., cavalry have  been sent up to join the 14th brigade  and two of the cavalry regiments that  aie holding Glen and its environs.  It does not seem probable that the  Boers will give serious battle in the  country north of Glen, still their evidence of strength is much more than  a corps of observation.  In small affairs the Boera are daringly aggressive In. all "parts of the  field of war. The Johannesburg  Mounted Police, esteemed by .the  Boers to be their best mounted command, are raiding the country north  of Bloemfontein, harrasslng the farm-  era "who have given up their arms to  the British and carrying off their cattle, '. .There is a Boor - report from  Natal "that a Russian soldier'of fortune, ' Colonel Ganetakl, with 100  horsemen, is operating close to the  western  border.  The Boers have" reoccupied Campbell and are In strength near Taungs  and Barkly West. They shelled the  British camp at "Warrentown on Wednesday, but moved out of the place  that night.  Yesterday, Thursday, two British  guns enfiladed the Boer trenches  quieting their Mausers.  Lord Methuen and the forces that  have been operating in Barkly West  district have' been recalled to Kimberley by Lord Roberta. No explanation has been given for this, but  the mounted troops are dissatisfied at  having been ordered back.  The Boers and disloyalists at Ken-  haidt have been dispersed and caused  ui retire.    General Parsons is about  to enter the' town unopposed."     ',  ��������� .. ���������    . *  =-rLord-Rpborts_la-^making-_extenBlve_  arrangements to police and safeguard  all the Free State towns in .the territory occupied.  Despatches from Masern assert that  the Boers who returned to Ladybrand  have taken up strong positions and  Bont pickets in every direction to  watch Basutoland in the expectation that part of General Buller's  army will Invade the Free State on  that' side-  According to Pretoria advicesMafe-  klng was bombarded for seven" hours  on Tuesday.  It ia reported in London in a well  Informed quarter that Lord Kitchener  will be offered the position of commander In chief of the forces In  India succeeding the late Sir William  Lockhart, so soon as decisive successes have been obtained 'in the Transvaal and that General Sir Archibald  Hunter will succeed him as Lord Roberta' chief of staff."  late yon upon their smart appearance  and magnificent physique.  "Again extending to you the most  hearty greetings, have the honor to  be, C. J. RYWORTH,  Hon.  Secretary of Cltieens  Volunteer  Reception   Com  mittee."  LORD ROBERTS' DESPATCH  Clements Has Occupied Fa nre smith-  Slight Brush at Ladybrand  London, March W.���������The ���������*������'__? tla-o  received the following deepa.: i fro'.i  Lord Roberts:  "Bloemfontein, March 28.-flcie **i  Clements occupl*_i r'auresmi'_i t'.-lnv  without opposition. One nine-pounder  and one Martini-Maxim were discovered in a prospecting shaft of a  mine, where there was a large quantity of ammunition stored. Arms are  being surrendered gradually and the  inhabitants are settling down.  Colonel Pilcher visited Ladybrand  on March 26th. On leaving the town  ho was attacked by a party of the  enemy and ono of his force was  wounded and five are missing.  During the skirmishing north of  the Modder river on March 25th, five  men were wounded and three are  reported to be missing.  HERBERT  GLADSTONE  London, March 29.���������Speaking today  at a breakfast of Liberals at Notting  ham Herbert Gladstone declared that  nearly all the Liberals had agreed  in regard to .the settlement of the  South African question: "That it was  the duty of the government to make  a recurrence of the war impossible  and. to show the -world that British  power In South Africa was predominant and that the British flag must  wave over the whole of South Africa.  DUKE  OF  NORFOLK  London, March 29.���������The Duke of  Norfolk has resigned the office of post  master general.".: He. is going to South  Africa -with, the Sussex yeomanry.  JOUBERT'S DEATH  Considered'a Serious Loss to the Boer  Army  Paris, March 29���������The Paris ���������._������������������*>������  is unanimous in eulogizing Gout ial  Joubert, whose death is consiil: ������d a  serious loss to the federals. Ail the  papers agree in tiiii-iUg that tie  change in the ohief in command is  bound to have'gr.iV9 consi-iiuiUL-cs lor  Boer operations.. ��������� -   '  Many think President Kruger f"My  equal to the task and thit cons-di.--  ing his military reput'il. m    the  le  slstance of the Boers is li'*������-ty to become more stubborn than tvor.   -o���������������������������  BIG   BATTLE   IMMINENT  ment that Mr. Chamberlain had not  communicated - with him re the South  African settlement.   -0   -  .  MANITOBA  LEGISLATURE  Winnipeg, March 30.���������The legislative assembly of Manitoba opened  with an unusually large attendance. Mr  Hesperler was chosen speaker. The  speech from the throne refers to the  war, the loyalty of the colonies and  the fact that in no part of the empire was there stronger loyalty shown  than in Canada. The death of Major  Arnold and Canadian soldierB was  feelingly commented upon. Reference  was made to the royal commission,  the reduction of expenditure, reduction in number of salaried ministers,  the refusal to lay before the house  certain orders in council and to implement promises made to railways.  Legislation will be brought in for a  new election act, prohibition, factory  legislation, liability of employers,  amendments to real property act and  other minor legislation. The Dominion government will be asked to hand  over school lands to the full control  of tho province. The estimates were  promised for an early day and would  provide only tor economy In the public servico   o        -  .  On Thursday morning lost about  10 oclock, William Thornton, a gold  miner, was working In a tunnel on  the  Saskatchewan    river.  IMPERIAL B/^NK  OF CANADA  JH ead Ontee, -Toronto.  Capital Authorized, - $2,500,000.00  Capital PsU Up. - $2,391,883.00  Rest, - - $1,554,710.00  THE MOLSONS BANK  f  Ihoorporatkd by Act or Paru_.mkht, 1865.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  DIRECTORS:  H.  S.   I low land.  President  T.R.Merrltt.Vlce-Pres,   St.   Catherines  William  Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,  Staynar  Ellas  Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,   , Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: ,  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll.  Listewel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sanlt Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomas,  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton. ,   ' .  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received aud in-  ter������st  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial.   Municipal,  and  other  debentures  purchased.  Drnfts and Letters of "Credit���������  Available at all points of Canada.  United Klnr'nm .United States.  i Europe, India. Chin* .T".r*"*a A-'s-  when tho'tra||a New Zealand etc  earth gave way and buried him under' Gold purchased,  the sand. The remains were dug] This bank issues Special Receipts  out about four hours afterwards. De-' which... wlir.be accounted for at any  ceased   had  made    a  tunnel   in  the. ot '-������������������������   Hudson's   Bay  Co*s  Posts   in  bank and was in about 60 feet. ^ No  shoring of-any kind was used,'the  miner depending upon the frozen  ground to sustain itself. The unfortunate man, - who was between  35 and 40 years of age, leaves a  mother in Meaford, Ont. Inspector  Evans of the Mounted Police, went  to the scene of the accident, which  is about eight miles east of the town,  the Yukon and Northern districts.  A.  B. B   HEARN.  Mutineer RovoIsrnkB Bmnoh.  WHITE     GWItLIM   &   SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public.  Btc.  ������__cX_-ThV heart ortheoccurr_nc"ej ^ylor Block.^McKe^zl^Avenue. Rev-  and he notified Dr. Braithwalte, who! Money To Loan.  held an  Inquest.    The jury returned ��������� w. White,. J. *������. Scott, B.A.  a verdict of accidental death.  Q. C.  F. L. Gwillim.  L. L. B.  HARVEY & M .-CARTER  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial! Bank of Canada  Company, funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:  ''. MOlsons  Bank  Block.  First > StreetV'-Reveistokei Station, B. C.  J. W. Cross,  Hea'tti offlccT. City of Reve'sio c.  Boera   Concentrating    in_ Considerable  Force   at   Glen���������British   Troops  . Hurrying up from Bloemfontein.  London, March 30.���������A despatch to  tho Daily Chronicle from Bloemfontein, dated March 28th, says: " The  Boers are active north of Glen, about  15 miles north of here. It is reported  that they are concentrated in considerable force. Reinforcements of all  arms are being sent up from Bloemfontein, including the Beventh division ,and a portion of-General French's  cavalry. The Johannesburg mounted  police are still raiding cattle aad harrassing the burghers who are returning to their farms."  The Bloemfontein correspondent of  the Morning PoBt telegraphing Wednesday says: "President Kruger  boasts his intention to retake Bloem.  fontein within a week and It appears  probable that the Boers axe advancing in force southward."  ' '   '"   -C-"      -  JAPAN AND  RUSSIA  OrtEHBYTERIAN CHURCH-BeyelBtok**  I Service _fVor> 8unduy al II a-iu- ������wl ".���������������  D.m Bibo (Ibs irt '*::������) l> m., to whicl  il arc welcome. Fmyor ������������������.���������einiR nt.B.rj.iu.  .very Wednesday.  KEV. T. MBNZIES, Piawr.  .OMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH -Rovel  iV siuae Mwa flrnl a-d 'liird rt*an<li������8 li  mentn al 10:30 ���������>'"'  REV  FATHER THAYER.  S.VLVATIO-* ARMY- M- ��������� Un  In their hall On Front  .treat  ev"-ry u.ghi  London, March 30.���������The British government has' not -received any news  "teriding^to-confirm���������the^advices^from  Japan as to Russian designs in Korea  and is inclined to doubt", their accuracy.  o  FROM  OTTAWA  LIQUID AIR FOR BLASTING.  Biftri-Btnta H������!<: In the Preaeao*  ���������I A-utrla> Arm/ Bnclneera.     '"  A series of tests of liquid air were  made a few wecVjs ago by the Vienna  Crystal Ice company la the presence  of representatives of the Austrian  technical military - committee. Tha  fluid was obtained from Llude'a works  In Munich and'conveyed to Vienna ia  open flasks, having the Dewar vacuum  jacket to check evaporation.    When it '    0_!<-f.   Taylor   I'lock, Mackenzie    Avenue,  was dispatched, the mixture contai.it.d T^'l^'o thcC p.k  75 per cent of oxygen, but 72 hours '   - ~  later, when the stuff waa used, enough  nitrogen had evaporated to make ti.e  percentage of oxygen 85.  Cartridges were made* of liquid air,  mineral oil (petroleum* and kleselguhr.  The oil seems to have taken the place  of charcoal-in gunpowder In supplying  an inflammable material which would  develop a large quantity of gas. The  liquid air was'almost pure oxygen and  tended to promote combustion. The  kleselguhr served the same purpose  that it does' In dynamite." It is a  siliceous earth, used as an absorb*, nt  to hold the nitroglycerin. The cartridges are spoken of technically as  "oxylignite."  They were prepared iu two ways.  First, the' kleselguhr and oil were mixed In a basin, and the liquid air was  added gradually. The resulting paste  was ladled Into the cartridge case,  which was coated with asbestus. prob  ably to check the absorption of heat  from surrounding substances. The second method of preparation -was to  charge the cartridge with kleselguhr  and oil and "add tbe liquid air later.  The second set of cartridges were Incased in sheet lead. -  .".Owing to'the" Intense cold, "the men'  did not care to handle the cartridges  vigorously, and there was difficulty In  attaching detonators and ruses. In  the meantime much of the oxygi*n  evaporated, especially from the cartridges having lead cases. These latter proved'weck'er" than the flrst set.  One of'them missed fire' altogether.  The cartridges were Inserted in holes  30 inches deep In the rock when tired.  Artillery'.General Engineer Hess made  the'-followlng-comment-on-the-tests:  ���������(���������AID OP.CAPITAL     - - - -      ������S,000,0___-  REST FUND . . - - -      t_t.60O.O0O  SIBSCTORS:  Wm. Molsom Xactbusod, President; S. H. EwiKo, Vlce-PreddatU  W. H. RlXSAT, SaMT-BJC. FlKLKY, HmRT AKCUIBALD, J. P. CLBOBOBH,  H. Makilakd lloLSoa.  y. WOKraaTOH Tuottii, Genaral Haaifftr.  A general banking business transacted,  rates.  Interest allowed at current  J. D. MOLSON.  Masaokb, REVSUTOCB, B.C.  '^^^UiiA^iUeioM^Ui^^  }. D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave*  P. BURNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  11  Prime Beet Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  Table'furnished with the choice*-*  the market affords. Best Wjnea  Liquors and Clears. Large, light  bedrooms.' lUtes $1 a day.  Monthly rate.  RATE $loo PER DAY  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching ��������� services at * 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at the  close of the morning service. Sabbath school and bible class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. The public  are cordially invited. Seats free.  RBV.S.J.TH0MPSON,   Pastor.  ROBERT SAM&ON  \->  ROYAL CANADIAN ARTILLKUT  Ottawa,'*March 29.���������The following  letter was addressed to Lieutenant-  Colonel Drury,' commanding ^ the  Royal Canadian Artillery in Capetown, and be haa fowarded It to tha  mllltla department:  "Town Howe, Capetown, SI.  "I am directed by. bin worship tbe  mayor to convey to you and to tbe  oS-Mrn of tbe Royal Canadian Artillery tbe moat hearty greetings of tbe  oltlsens, who are deeply sensible of  tbe aacriflc* wblcb baa been made  by tbe Royal Canadian Artillery in  Journeying to our aborts and under-  taklag. a work of campaign In order,  to assist: in upholding Her Majesty's  authority In the country. His worship wa. 'pleased'to find that.a.number of the Dominion artillery' were  preaai-t at the sports yesUrday aftar-  tao-oa and desires to me to consratn-  Wood Dealer  and Dray ma r\.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notloa.       Onnlrartl   tnr   loWhlna   tplr������n  __... St: Peter's" Church  (Anglican)  Eight' a.m.,   Holy . Eucharist;     11  a.m., matins, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, Ilrst Sunday in the month);  . . -2:30-Sunday_.^8chool. jy\!_-cMldreus'  "The preparation of the cartridge's is ) tervice;   7:30  evensolig  (choral)~*ahd  wasteful and dangerous to  the i-yi-s.j sermon.- .    Holy.   Days���������The     Holy  Ottawa,, March 29.���������Sir Richard  Cartwright resumed the budget debate in reply to Mr. Foster and was  followed by Sir Charles Tupper, who  spoke until 11:35 and then adjourned  the debate.  Mr. Puttee has moved, for. a return  of all Lake Winnipeg flshlng licensee  granted in 1899 and other matters  pertaining thereto.  In the senate tbe C.P.R. bill was  read a third time and the Manitoba  school law was debated at length.  Mr. Mills replied to Sir Mackensle  Bowetll respecting tbe consultation of  the colonies in the 8outh African settlement.  The C. P. R. bill to build branch  lines In tho West, was-passed. In the  railway committee. Witnesses are: to  be called to Ottawa to appear before  tbe public accounts committee to  show why certain , payments were  made to N.F.Davln,. M.P.* Aa order  - tn council haa been passed respecting  tbe Portage la Prairie bridge over  th Asslnlbolne.  Ottawa, March X9.���������By a vote of 41  to U the redistribution bill was ������iven  tlie six months hoist in the senate.  The' Brandon and:' South Western  and tha Morris and Portage la Prairie  railway lines were given third readings In the house.  Mr. Charlton's motion to secure  shorter speeches , In parliament ; waa  debated.  Mr. Sutherland stated the Tukon  revenue amounted to fSSt,9M (or the  year ending June SO, UM, and SZtt.ZOO  for the following six months.  The lapsed land grant .of the G." N,  W. C. railway was given ia detail.  .Mr. Bostock has-a ;series :-of ques:  tisna on'thfe.'ai-der: paper   respecting  and, owing to the rapid evaporation, it  Is further Impossible to guarantee the  strength of tbe cartridge, even in.tbe  roughest way. Kleselguhr < and oil  seem to be suitable absorbents and  oxyllgnlte an effective blasting agent,  'though comparative tests have not  'been made yet. The cartridges must  be used within, say, 15 minutes of  their preparation. There is no danger, hence, from "missing fire. But, on  the other hand, It will tie difficult to  fire many "cartridges simultaneously,  and,' strictly" speaking, the cartridges  should be made.on the spot end be In a  very .hard condition. That would  scarcely be possible below ground.  The spurting liquid might break tha  glasses of the hot safety lamps, and It  remains to be -investigated whethee  tbe large volumes of oxygrn might net  lead to spontaneous Ignition of marnh  gas or coal dust. The evaporating  oxygen would, on the other hand. Ira-  . prove the air. and the blasting would  not-contaminate It."���������New York Tribune.  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m.,' as announced. .   Holy  Baptism  after Sunday school at 3:15.  *    -,     B. C.| Paget, D. D., Pasor.  The  C olumbia  House.  Good accommodation. A good btr  well supplied with choice wiaui*-  liquoTS and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All T pain  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lako  Saddle   and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses-  Freighting  and  Teaming  ��������� specialty.'" ��������� "���������* ��������� -"*���������'", ��������� ���������  T? L, Haig  Notary PubMo,  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  Townsite  ' Minlnar, Piro and  Xife Insurance.  offi****. 0|M������v*it* n.p.u. rwo..  TIIK    WHITES ;'���������'��������� HAIRED  BAWN  COLLKRN  (The Khan.)  In the battlo'a awful thunder,    .  In the  usual fearful blunder,  When our tattered flag  was, almost  gone, _   ���������  We stuck to thee, oh Queen,  We, the wearers of the green.  Our white-haired  Colleen, Bawnl  When the rugged hills we're'scaling,  I've seen a sudden paling,  I've seen a noble face turn wan.  And at the gate of death.  With his last and stlntest breath.  He spoke about his Colleen Bawn.  We're fought  In many lands,  There is blood upon our hands,  And    many from tho    broken    ranks  have gone;        ,,_.__._,_.  But my comrades did their duty  Por the empire.' home and bsauty.  And the white-haired Colleen Bawn.  We've fought in -sun and rain.  We will do the same again,     . .  Fight like .demons IndarSnesa-'or ,ltf  REVELSTOKE  IHON WORKS  Blacksmitliing, Jobbing,  Plumbing, Pipe Fitting,  Tinsmithing Sheet Iron  Work, Machinery Repaired.  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  ROBT.GORDON  RevelNtoke.  Daily Htage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 oolook  for Trout Lake Oity.    For particulars write  URAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Lakduco  frevelstoKe Hospital  Maternity Room ia connection.  Vaccine   kvpt    on   hand.  Dra. McKechnie  aad  lefts  The Revelstoke  Herald t-^i ������--*������������������������������������������������������������������������.  Has mors readers In North  " Kootenay than any other paver;  has more advertisers la Revelstoke than any other VA-per;  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 snb  scription rats Is only 92.00 pet  annum; It covers the fleW. Try  It and be with the crowd.  Write to     .  RBVBLSKKS HERALD.  i'    Kevelstoke, B. C.  (anadiafi  v Pacific  Railway  S������o Line  IBBC    ROUTE BAIT AW WMT  TlrstcUa dt������f<*_nMitt trains. Tsarlet<  ]>���������_��������� BeveUtoke a_Uy for,Si. Pul; TaeitfayS'  ��������������� ������t ftetartlsys for ^Toronto ;| Tbansajs CSV  Uc-stratl sad B*M*_>  BAUY TRAINS  Premier Martin and Lieutenant -Gov- J    Wed������njn'iceep you from alarm,  ���������rnor Kclnnea.' '-" I From the whisper of a harm,  Abr'wufrid Laurier made tha stats-1    Our sacred little Colleen Bawn.  ���������f  "Those new people' next door jut*  nobody In particular."  "How do you.know?"  '���������'They try so hard to look like  somebody In particular."  "Anyhow," _ bellowed the husband,  "you "can't .say 'anybody' drove you to  this-marriage!''  "No/', shrieked the wife, "you per-  suadedme to elope with you in an automobile."  TJndelriitkfner ���������"���������* Emealmlas  V������IK  KM...  ���������*������...  ���������.ID..  ..-k������*re���������  . .UTire  rdftske-anive...  "        leave   West  ..it**  .To &nd from Eootaaay Polats   leave���������RsreWoke���������������rrlve..,  .IMS-  *yiek*Mtea������d-*a<llM������r*IBC������ chefkea tfcrwajfc  t* (taUaatteB  Cheap Rates  ts.tks  Old Country  Fur fall parUe������l*_r������M to ttae ratas, sad ttr  eop*������. ofi C. P. E. pabUmtiooa, addrts) ae-MK-  laeaQtgcoter  T. W. BRAO-HAw", ,  Agnil  R Howson 8f Co,  ' uacx***i* avu.: -  'Rata.! I****-***"* h������ ������������ni4. ������ .  . r. Aad������r___i,Tr**it_ttl������g Pssnaiiw *t���������*  KotoM.B.0.  '3'.   OoyU,   AntftM  ' Astmt,1'^***nr.*.*. fr  t  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ._���������  "���������*  ���������*  -fr  +  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  COMING  ON ���������.������-^zXZZt^  Everybody should lake  a  tonic and ***  Illood puriticr.    One of the very best ^.  IhiniT*. lor this   .vaMHi   Ih   tl   specially T  prepared and powerful ,������  SARSAPAR1LLA *  nude for ourselves. 2_  It retail-, for ?1 per  bottle nml  will do fr  more   plod     than    several   of   patent fr  medieine-.. 4*  - old onlvnt the.... "j"  CANADA DRUG A: BOOK CO. *  McK-jn/ie Ave.    -     Revelstoku Station T  ._ *** ************* ******* fr  Married.  Dunk���������Quale���������At Un* Methoilisi  Pjii'soiui^o, March 12, liy Rev, H. .1  Thompson. Mr. Win. Dunn to Mis  Folly Quale.  '' AhO\lr ' &yHS   JLarlj  / /_ /    / _>  JhMs*   "'.,-"'"-5r----^-'**v.  PARTY LINES AND  RESPONSIBILITY.  LOCAL AMD  GENERAL HEWS  County court on April 11th.  H. .1. Bourne wont.South this morn*  inK.  ���������Tck'phoue .McGrepor if you witiit  n dray.  "W. 1!. Pool, iii-in>i*_.ci' of tliu Nuttii'  L. <.*.*ut.i_ In fin Saturday.  A son w.*i*- linrn to Dr. mill Mis. . Ic\-  KuclinU* last week in Viuicoiivui".  K. Hiiiuphi-ys i*i-liii'iii.'il fi-inii his trip  lo Vjini-iiuvi'i'"nii .Sumlay morning.  Trout Lake City and l'Vre-iison have  alimit 2HiiK*liL*_> of snow on llie  level.  ���������All thc niMvot, novi'ltics in dry  KOod_> m riving ilaily at lioui-iiu 13:*i������.  Clmi'li'.** Wilson Q. C. pussc'l tin oiifjli  on hi- ri'tiirn liuiiiu from llio cast  .yssttfi-ilny.  Alexander Mi*I _-i<j of RcveUtnl-t' was  ���������j.-izvitud us mining rucoi'iler ,*it Tiout  L-ike la*-t wi-i.-k.  ���������Shirt Waist*.��������� thc spring drive���������  worth 75 cents SI.00 SI..Ill for 50 cents  each ill Bom ne JJros*.  J. E. T.iyloi*. a l.rnt.H*i' of Capt..  T.iyloi-. -n-Hv-etl on Sunday from England on 11 visit.  ���������A nice line of ladies' iindci'Weiiv  and corsets we arc now showing .-it, C.  1*. Hume <fc Co.'s.  II. Maiuiin*. is going to put up a  store on the vacant lot next lo XV. 3.  Lee's fruit stoic.  ���������If you want Irtinks find baggage,  taken "tn the station or anv dniying  call on F. *W. McCregoj*.  A. Mtlliii'. tliR new mining recodei*  of Trout Lake C. il y was in tow 11 yestei-  day on ii visit to his family.  The Louise Brehnny Concert and  Opera Co. have decided to pay Kuvi'l-  stoke a visit, on April 11th.  J. J. I_angslalYe, of the Trout Lake-  Topic, was in the City yesterday en  route to New Neiiver lei- a visit.  Application to be put on the voters  lisr. must be in two weeks before. -May  7th, the dale of the revision of the  lists.    -  Another small sliipmenc of Cup ore  wiil be made iu the course of n few  clays. Kawhiiling is almost ended.���������  Topic.-  There aro considerably over 1709  names on the voters' list alieady and  they are coming in sometimes by  twenty in a day.  R. Davis. -Mrs. Davis unci family left  or. Saturday night for Salmon Arm  to intend the l'-tneral of Mr. Davis'  sisu-r, who died there last week.  The Dow-nit* Co. played to a good  bouse on Fiiday night. Tbe play My  Uncle from   Manilla   was   not   tip   lo  much, but the   specialties   were   very  good.  Mrs. Lawson is having. her handsome store building on Third Slree'.  west removed lo lhe lot next, her  present business stand ou McKenzie  Ave.  The ui-'ppe is still prevalent in town.  W. M."Lawrence, T. .1. Graham. 1{. ._>.  Wilson aud a number of othei residents have been lecently or still are  on she sick list from it.  C. T. Chapman, m-nager of the St  Leon Hot Springs 's in town and re-  ports liiisine.-s good, lie is shipping  the mineral water to Revelstoke. Nelson. R-.issliind and Greenwood.  A Vancouver despatch says that, the  Imperial Limited will be p.ib on the  run ,-ieain on June 1st and the foimei*  lime of &3 hour-* beLween "Vancouver  and Montreal will be reduced by  several   hours.  M-iii'iCPi*   Pool   says   there   is   now  about 100 ton-* of NeUie L ore  sacked.  At the mine there are 500 sacks, at the  uie hmisp on the Eight Mile mud there  ,   K 150 sacks and ihc~balat.ee is   at   the  --L.*..:*dip.s. The -l.afi. i-j-now down  5'J  feet mid in ore of exceptional   value.���������  Topic.  Tho meeting of the Liberals held  last night, in lhe opera, bouse elected  K-ii delegate.- lo attend llie convention  .-it Vancouver or. Thui.-:day. The  g-ntleiiinn elected were: 11. A. Iliown,  W. M* Lawit-nce. .1. M. Kellie, XV.  S .vaue. B. K. Campbell. J. A. Smith.  H. L. Ijtivering. F. Jjuker, J. J. Lung-  scall'e .'ind 11. Cook.  McKinnoi- k Sutherland have thirty-  five ton*, of freight 111 Ai roivhe.-id, and  other merchant.-a huge .-.mount: hut.  th'* nlt**i- iiiii������t-"-iliiltly nf In inuini;  londe 1 ������������������ Ciic.es over t lie road between  here and the Landing at 'present,  makes it ulivioiis that we have no  government estiiuat.-s in sicr'nt, tun*  ������������������jiftial wai-innta either. ��������� FeiguSon  liiirh*.  (>n H-iliirrl.-ii* morning after tlie R"V.  Dr. Paget bad" lead the lii^l p.ifl of  tin* impi'C���������*ivu burial servic? of tin*  Aimliiiin Chun li at the lesi-lence of  S. Mutt hews, father of I lie decca-ed.  the rem tins nf Slewait MiUhewx  were conveyed to the C. P. H. depot  ���������"���������corled hv the member** of thc  IJioili.'ihn-id of Itiihviiy Tiiiiiimen  sir.d 1,'iilie.- Auxiliary. The body w,i������  nc'Oiiip'lliieil east by tin* dead boy's  lather. S. Mathews and II.  ilrnndrelt.  W. !'.-'illi<'. representing the H. C.  Minim: Itecmd. is in town 11> write up  tb:,sdi_lritt for his liaper. Mr. l'.iilli.  was I'dilni- of the Poll Steele Prns-  pi'i-1or at the time of the List, eleetion  ���������mil contested S. E. liimlf. nay against  i-i-l. Baker. He (on-.iders thai W.  "Fe'-nie. the f.iLbcr of the famous coal  mining town, which lias come into  being since tbe election of 1S03, will  makea-t:on_ run. if, if as is reported,  lie is iu llie field. Mr. l'ernie is an old  B'ilisli Columbian aud very popular in  Pi-rnie. which place has now the  l.iigctt vote of any town in the riding.  A Trout Lake Bouquet.  The Topic extends hearty congratulations to Torn Taylor on the event of  his receiving the unanimous nominal inn of the Liberal-Conservalive  convention at It-velstoke on Saturday  hifei". and although it may not. always  be able to see eye to eye with him on  political questions it still has unbound-  'WI confidence in the tionrtUy of bis  purpose and should lie. be the next  j-ejiresfiifativc: fur Hip Kevelstoke  riding it feels sin e he will do all in Ins  power to tueiit tlio confidence reposed  ir_ biui by the  majority.  What, does this no-party politics cry,  this demand for a. union   of   the   best,  men   to   lake   charge,   of   the   affairs  amount, lo, when   it   is   boiled   down.  When examined it is obvious   thai   as  then: are three   or   four   factions,   all  more or less   opposed   to   each   other,  using it. it cannot,  possibly   mean   the  same thing in all their minds, although  tbey  agree  in   using  the  same  catch  words   with   their   mouths.    For    in- |  stance there  is the Cotton party, or as  they prefer to be called the   provincial  party, Ihey are   very   stiong   on   this  point.    Naturally of course   it  f<-!lmv>  that, Mr. Coll on and his dozen   and   a  biilf of late, supporters   in   thu   house,  tin: Deanes, Ihe. Kellies,   the   Posters,  the Hendersons are the good   men   to  whom we are   invited   once   innru   lo  eiitiiist    the   conduct   of   our   alYairs.  And when one looks   around   on   Unpolitical and   business   disorder,   into  which this band of  brilliant  intellects  have succeeded in plunging this  pmv  ince,     words   almost   fail   to   expiess  one's admiration of their   colossal   impudence,    Give us back our portfolios,  our seats in the. house, our comfortable  jobs is just about all that this  cry   for  a union of   good   men   means   in   the  mouths of Mr.   Cotton's   following   of  hungry politicians.    As   long  as   .foe  Martin     was    helping   I his. bund   of  patriots to hold on to   their   majority  and   keep   themselves    in    place   and  power, his' wicked,   sinful   ways   and  methods   suited   them    down   to   the  ground.    They were quite,   willing   to  avail    themselves   of   every    political  dodge  and   trick   that  ho   could   put  them up to.    Hut now that his peculiar  talenls have been employed in turning  them into the cold after n bate twenty  month's enjoyment of   the   sweets   of  oflice, the unspeakable Joseph   is   the  foe against whom   all   good   men   are  bidden rally round   the   Cotton   stun  diird.  Then again there is the capitalist,  faction. Thev dislike party lines be  cause both the parly platforms" are  too democratic to. suit thetn. They  demand a union of the good and true  round the old personal leadership  idea, without any definite platform or  pledges, but instead a lot of vague,  indefinite phrases meaning anything  or nothing, mostly tho latter. To  these people such planks in the Liberal  Conservative platform as the government, ownership of railways and the  eight-hour days are "fads" too revolutionary and impossible even to be  discussed. If such matters had been  discreetly omitted from the Liberal-  Conservative platform and some lofty,  high-sounding talk substituted 'iboiit.  eiuouiaging the progress of the country by inducing the investment of  capital in developing our wonderful  natural resources and so on, there  would have   been   no   trouble   about  parlv line** at all with these gentleman.  Tbey would have all been in line hy  thistime. It. is the platform, not the  party lines, on which thoy cannot find  any rest for the soles of their  fec-l.  Then there are the anti-Marl in  Liberals, the Independents, with man  1 imning on his figure in bis own constituency though what he proposes  lo do, it"returned is not very clear and  .ii ou. Hut the rallying ciy of them  all is "Wo don't want party lines, we  want good men. above all deliver us  from .Joe-Martin. Certainly we want  guod men nnd deliverance, from Joe  Martin. Rut we need as well a strong  ���������and cohesive government, an adminw-  tration boiindtogelher   by   soinetlnuir  GENTS'  CLOTHING  We have jiif-.t opened up one of the finrst and hest ranges o''  Gent's Clothing ever shown in this city.  These goods have been bought in the hest. markets and  for fit, workmanship and wear, are unexcelled. ���������  WATCH  THIS  SPACE  NEXT  WEEK.  Q.F. Curtis  '��������� THE DRUGGIST "  Successor to tlio Mel). A. V*. Co.);'  Red Cross Drug Store  KEVELSTOKE STATION.  AND  Luster  Skirts.  M. K. LAWSON,  ���������   Mackenzie Ave.  BOYS'.  KNICKERBOCKERS!!  We have also on hand a large ast*oi tment of Boys' Knicker  bookers, wliich we have marked at very low prices.  Revelstoke  BAKERY  Bread, Cakes,  Pies, Confectionery  A   Full   Line  of   Fresh  and   Carefully  Selected Groceries Always in Stock.  Red Hone Decree meets rcronil unci fourth  Fridays ol cncli montli; White Hose Degree  iin-vl!* Ilrst Friday ol each month,lu Oddfellowit  Hall.   Visiting brethrun welcome. ^  II. VARNES. T. E. h. TAYLOR,  Seerotnry. President.  The Taylor Block,  McKenzie  Avenue.  .See our line of  PORRIDGE STUFFS.  A. N. SMITH  Baker, Grocer and Confectioner.  LOYAL, ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Keiiular meetlncs are held.In the  Oddfellow's Ilftllon tho Third Friday of each month, nt 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially lnvlt.u .  THOS. STEED, Vf _M.   -  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F., No. 3461.  MeotH In the Oddfellows' iIn.ll.ott thcseconir  hihI fourth Mondays of  each month. VlHltlnR  brethren iuviled lo attend.  K.D.J.C. JOIINPON,        'C.W.MITCHELL.  Chief Hanger. flcc.-Sti*.  { f_'.-.-.!'c:^f.-"  A.fH. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  l.ovnl School of Mines, London.    Seven yoarrf  at 'Morfa   Works,   _��������� wantieii.    17   years  Chlot  Chemist   lo Wlgim Coal and  Iron f*o.,   Eng.  Lull.* I'henii.it and As-wycr, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  THE LATEST IDEAS IN*  ^S   and  THE LATEST WAR HEWS  Is not in it with our prices on  WATCHES AND CLOCKS  CALL AND SEE  t  t  fr  fr  fr  fr   Tobaccos. Pipes, Cigars, Etc.  C. j. A  ** ** **** ************ ���������__"__"__"!. ���������__*���������_?  fr  fr  ���������fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *   Scientific Works on Mining, Etc.,  *  3 Minerals, Mines and Mtnlng by Osborn fr  FrospeetniK,    Locating   and    Valuing  fr  Mines���������by Stretch. fr  Handbook of Rocks -by Kemp. ������  Prospecting for  Gold   and   Silver���������b   fr  Crake. ������|.  Stamp Milling of Gold Ores���������bv Rielcnril  *  **************************  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Deer Heads,   Illrds, Animals, Etc., proscrvail  anil mounted.  THIitn STHRRT. IS A ST OK HC. lOOMIOUBK  Guy Barfoer, jeweller,  C. P. "R. WATCH  INSPECTOR.  An tkracite. Coal,  __2_________oc_!  _For Furnace or Stove Use.  gs  Price per ton for Stove Coal delivered irom Cars���������$9.00  " "        Furnace Coal delivered from Cars���������$8.50  Cash Must Accommpany Orders.  NEWEST AND BEST  A Large Range nt Imported Woolens to  fcclect from  J. B. Cressman....  ������VAhlin ,t Co.1.*. Old Stand.  F. McCarty, Revelstoke, B.C.  H-ami  Fleming's  Sarsaparilla  Till. GREAT SKKINQ TONIC  AND BLOOD rUKIKIER   ONE DOLLAR A BOTTLE-  When ynu'ruiicli Fi'V^mon, H.O.,  Stop ui thc ._������������������������������������>  J. Hotel Lardeau  .  J. L_L*. iiton, Proprietor.   ^^  Hest T'J.OO a day house In thc Lardeau.   Dost  of cuisine service.���������finely equipped  bar.���������.  Choicest   wines, liquors.and   clears.���������Head*  quarters for miners nnd  mining men.���������Well ���������  lighted  and heated rooms, neatly furnished  If you want to get fat-  LONG'S DUBLIN STOUT AHD ALE  Ill.OOMMEMI-'l.l) I1V  HY THE MEDICAL l'KOKESHlON '  Orders left wilh M?. I'nROt, Expressman, or \>y  mall, will reeoivc prompt attention.  Coodsilelivered free.  . J. E. LONG, Revelstoke Station..  NOTICE  FIELDS BE WS  Dispensing Ghomi..ts. NIGHT .JELL  Leave your orders at my office'on McKenzie Ave.  ..  $V.50 a ton, Delivered from tbo cars.  Terms:   Cash Willi order.  John D. Sibbald  Newlv Uuili. Neuiv l'urniihed.  Lighled by Eleetrlcily.'  $1.00 Per- Day.  Robt. Calev.  Proprietor,  l.e-t Wines, Liquors and Ciftars. ". ITeadquartors for Railway Men.  Louise  inure powtfi'ttil t'miii :i riipt* of s.unl of  personal .lUnclinieiits. And tin* cx-  pi*fii;iK-e cif Un* ollu'i* provinces of the  Dominion i_.ni***. to provn t li.it thi- ciin  only lie {j-iincil by nn clcc-tion upon  pm'iv liiiL*.-. This is this only i*i*im-cly  fm- 11 i*of?ini<*. ������"i"I> '>-��������� I In* [iiovimi-  li-ci'iitly witnosseil nt Victnri-i. where  nil piinciple unci pntilic iiili-ri-st wns  c;i.-t lo tin; foili- winils, nml intrifjin-s.  self secUini*. coiiipiicts, cOiiliLions nnd  pi'i-uoiiiil IVflinBS wen* tin* ruling in-  lliii*i*ice*5 of the hour. Wc wmiL no  iiioic of thnt. Th'.' pi-rson-il form nfj  irovi'innu-nt. whk-h wns nil viu-y wi-ll |  ii*n voiir.s mi.i>. Inii- Ijcuii lrii*d nnd  found (liiKt'iiiillr wniiiini; to contiol  1 he ii.-iu|. foiliuii'** of t.hr* provinci*.  U h.is I iii*iii>������l "iir politicil .-ilY.iii"* inlo  ;i L'ninc! nf schoolhoyy, di*.hoiioifd ��������� In-  provim'o in tilt* I'yrs of tin- oiit.-idi-  worlil nnd riipph'd nml lui'iipi'i-i-il thi'  1 ���������ti-.itit*-������������������ of iii*- fuunti-y to ,*m iilnmi'iiii.  i-xtent. In tin: fuel'of thi** n-coid ii  is hll>* to .���������iijrnc for I In; old .t.-itu of  I hint.- and ii^.tin-t lliu inlrodiicl.ion  nf 1 ui id v lincH on tlwoiy. Tin; l.niei*  h.-it, hi'i'ii in viifriii* in Oiil.'iiin. Qiii-liPi'  ,lllll Mil llitrtlm fill* till* In"*". i|llill*H*f of  ccnl.il' v mid iiol'ody hn** ever ilii'nnii  of iiliAiulfinin*. it. Whatever defec-ls  exist in it theie exist in th<.> fiiiin nf  Kiivvvmiient hy pmLV evei ywherc.  MmiV of thetn ni*i* "iis-ily cnrnlili*, if  the electortionly t.ikc lhe tmulili' to  1*1110 I In-ill. I'll! in tin* f.u'i. of mu'Ii n  .st.ite of ulfiiirs as ('xi^lf-d nt Viulorin  for nearly Hk* li>s'" two ycni***, l.hc:  electorate iff ti'.iwerle.-.s. Such rli'feels  are iriheicnt in the very nature of  personal j_;ov(M*iiiiieiil. lis supporters  iliM-lnim pnitv lini'fi. they prnle. nlimit  Lheir respunSifliiliLv to I he whole people  nnd not. to nnv mere p.irty, while in  lenlity Ihey are i*.***poii-.ilile to nothing  except lheir own whims arid piedilee-  tiotis and self interest. No set, of  meinhei.s, conscioii.-" of the. eyes ( f lheir  .whole, puny lliroii������hniit the province  upon tlieiii could so liehnve hh did tho  support era of the Cotton Koverniiicnt,  (luriiif. ils nriis. term of office. And  no single nVunilSer,-who had to nnswer  to Ilis pnrty" 'for 'hi* ncliorm, could  possililvi, hnv-e csiiihlished any suih  t'ccoi-llri n constituency ns did the  late* * iinliiinent'-il reprcsetiliitive at,  Victoria for the Kevelstoke riding.  Tf need there is to find _.i'f**umi*iits for  Ihe introduction of party lines into  llritish Columbia nir-iirs Ins nihilrnry  irrt'spniisihility to unyhodv or thin*?  except bin*own sweet will and pleiuniie  has surely supplied them over ���������������������������-���������  over riKiuii.  I.nreo and Well Lighted  Silrripie Rooms   Heated by Hot Air and J.lectrio  .   . Bulls nnd Light in every room  Free Mui Meets All Trains  Ili'iisonablc I-iitea    .ZHZOTIEU*  .VICTORIA^  JOHN V. PERKS,  PRopkietoh.      -  Nltflit  Giill i<c*ini in ("/nneetion for tlio Convenience,of Guests  Hourlv Street Car  netweei' Hotel and Station  >o,(C_ o  I  ���������y-h********-t***************  fr  I Glean  I Linen  ,.'in'<-i^ti^fi''tf ,������ is   indispensable   to   the  and  LOUISE  BREHANY  AMERICA'S FAVORITE ]   PRIMA DOMNA !  A������i!wt'''i by n. "itperb eM.-rfe "f -s<-\. \  known Ain<.rl'*n.n Arli*>i*. in a idiolco (  Miisfeiil I'royrainnie.  COXr*I,f|iJN(i WITH A PORTION' OF trill*.  GRAND OPERA  "MARTHA,"  Beautifully Costumed.  A Great Musical Entertainment.  Reserved Seals -     -' $1.00  Admission,     -      -     75c  I'lan of   Ilis'prvcil   Seal**   at   thc Canada  Drill; and liook Co.on Thi.r.day nc-tt.  jt wall   dri'ssi'd   trisin.     Wi*  i J arc      iip-to-dfit-i     in    our .  % method.-*  and make   your %  \������ linoti     look      like    new  ������  jj Vour  collars  tire   Hhnpc-ri 4.  it j)rnp'.*rly :uid   your  shirts %  ' % fit  your   neck   with  coin-?  % Ibrt.        Wc     v/ant   your *  1' work.     Satisfaftion   guar- |  j nnteed.       JJnsiiifarf oflice : 4.  ������ Two   doors   ea-t   Molsons %  t Bank. %  D: ay ing and Express  : Havlni;   honicht  out   H.   IfPndcr.nn'x  : draying nnd  extpri"-i ljU"lne.-s,  I   am  : orer.ared to do ail kind* of work in my  : line upon Mliorte*.! nollce.  Moving Household Effects a Specialty.  . -^F. W. McGregor.  . fas*-*'.. lnphonc J. Havuge A Co.  Kief AgKiit tor tho  Colehratcd   Morrill I'iano  Ko ChlneB/j Fmployed.  % Surprise Steam Laundry  jC A. Ifngnn, Proprietor.  ************4~f.***********-l  Jas. I. Woodrov/  RUTGHER  Ketail Dealer in���������  Beef, Po rk,  Mutton, Etc.  FJ3h mid Game in Season....  All orders promptly "filled.  l?un<r.,^���������,^:!^o..REYBIJgTOKB1 M-  WE hereby notify the smoking*  public that the Cigar. Makers' Union  have resolved to permit members of  the Union to work in our Factory,"  and UNiON CIGAR MAKERS are  now at work with us.  W<8Si__@!)*-l_^  ���������  Oo^if  TliOS. LICK. IV.ipi'ietrii',  AGENT...  SMELTER    '  TOWNSITE...  Notary Public.  Fire and Life Insurance Agent   FIRST STREET,   -��������� Revelstoke  Pianos and  Organs  "TUNED AND REPAIRED  LESSONS ON   -  THE VIOLIN....  Now is thc time to mil und nrrnnpc  for a SIMUNf, SUI r aiitl 1111 <>\'1SHC0AT  ���������SpltMtcliil line of Suiting-*;., N<__\o-t  Faslnon l'lnlc-**, kooiI workmanship.  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCatty Block.  ���������_''l'*t,_,,_h'__''t'_ri-__*i^'__''>'_t4'4''t'i'*t't'i''I'*t'i,*i;  ���������* *  ���������* We Repair   t WATCHES,  t .    CLOCKS', ���������  and all kinds of Jewellery  If t'no work is not MUisfuctory' wc  refund your money.  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  and stand by our guarantee.  Wo also carry a wood lino of Watdiei  and Juwellorv, wliich we dUpose of at  modcrat'o jiriues.  E.M. ALLUM,  The T.eadiiif.  IVaiilnuaker and Jeweler.  First Slrect, next door to Hkiiai.d ollice.  *************************->  Stock Can Now Be Seen,  j We have the  Best  that  Can   Do  Bought.  Having the pick ,oI tho l"i*sl  Canadian  I miikcs-jvc haveelioseu those niiulo by  THE WELLAND VALE CO.,  j DOMINION .       . S40  GARDEN CITY        .        . .     $50  I PERFECTION, .        .      S330  LADIES' OH GENTS'  I Wc Invite Inspection or comparison.  k\W. M. Lawrence  I Hardware. Tinware. Stoves.  Telephone 36.  P.O. Box 86.  Savag-e Bros.  Second Street  THE  Family Grocers  ..'.RAVAGE IIROS. beg to inform'tlio public  ...and their patrons'that they have added a  ...choice line of FRESH GROCERIES to their  ...stock, and are prepared to sell at close  '.., figures for cash.  ��������� NOTICE IHHEHEIIY OIVKX that a application will bo made to the I.ei;lsla.tive Assombl*.  of thu Provinci'. of Urilish Oilumbtn at .lis  next session for nu - Act to Incorporate* a  Company witli power to fonstrui't, equip,  niaintniu and npemle telephone and teleKraptr-  liues within 'and tlirouKhoiu all the cities.  lo\vns, niuniripalilics ami districts of the  mainland of tlie Province nf Brilish Columbia  and-to construct, cruet, and maintain snoti  and so many poles and other works and df*' "  vices as the Co.i.panv deem necessnrv for  makin;., compleiin^, stipportlnx, uiing,- wort-  ing.-operntin.. and miiintaiuin^ the system oj ,  communication by.telephone and telegraph,  and to open or break up-any part or pftrts  of the said- highways or streets as often  ns the said Company, its acents,* officers- or  workmen think proper and for thc .purpose of  the undertaking to purchase, acquire,-_c.*r.<v  expropriate, ��������� ,hwld . and m.MI and ' dy.post., of  lands, hulldui^'s, or tenements within the  limits aforesaid, and to purchase or lease, foT ,.  any term of years, any telephone or tclcgraplj. -  line established or lo lie e.tublished Iu llritish  Columbia-Oiincctcd. or lo be connected with  lhe lino which the Company may construct,  and to amalgamate with or'lease ils line'or  lines, m- any portion or portions thereof," lo  tiny company pussc-sin.. r.s proprietor, .any  line of telephone or tclc..n_ph eommuniratiou -  lounoctini; or to be. connected with iho said  tviinpnny's line or line*., and to borrow money  for the purpose of the Company, and to-plcdite  or inoi tya>.e any of the Company's assets-for  that' purpose, aud to receive bonuses, or  privileges from any person or;body corporate,  and with all other utfual, necessary or incidental rights, powers 01; privileges'as may t**.  neeesJary or incidental lo the attainment of  the above objects, or anv of I Hem.   ,. '  '  Dated this 1st dav of M'aveh lWtV.   - -      .    .'  "  Il.M.Y .1 HAMILTON*.' ..' "  Solicitors fur ihe ApidlcantK..*.  IN    THE     SUi'KEMJ.    COI.:P.T."OF ' DK1TIHII  COI.U-MH1A. ���������___.  In the matter of Thomas Hicliardson, deccasod.  .,., . nnd ' ���������'  In iho matter of the "Olllcial Administrators'  Act.".. , .  Dated ninth duy of March; A.D., 19(KI.  Upon rending the nflidavits or Alexander  Mcl'iii*. Waller Scott and tieurge H. McCarler,  it Is ordered ihut James Fei'KU.-on Armstroni;,  fllliclnl Adniliiislratnr for the Countv Court  District of Kootenay. shall be Administrator of  all and singular Ihe (.-ooils,idiattels and crcillts  of Thomas Richardson, deceased, and that thia o  order be published in tho Kevklsioke IlKHiLli'  nev/sptiper for one month.  *   -      -    ��������� [Sijfiiud]    A. J. Mc-Cou.,--      1    .  All persons having claims against tho abovo  niimed deceased are required to send in particulars 01 their claims, dulv veritled,* to J. V.  Arnmiriiii-;,. Fort I'toule, the -Administrator,  -iv 1 f lif 11 one ninnili-from-this-dato.^a.let-whiclj'-  time tlie'saidiiduiinistriitor will procec<l tor  distrihuv the csiale*. amoiur thoue persons.of  whose claims,ho shall then-have notice and  said adminlsiratm* will not be responsible to  any creditor of whose claim he shall not haxe  hud notice at the tinieof such distribution.  Dated this LHiid day of March lOOO.   *    **  CEO. K. MeCAllTEK,'  Solicitor for the Administrator.  NOTICE "  Notice Is hereby pi ven to'purchasers of lots  In nifmk 'A," Town of Itovelstokc, othcrwlso  known ns the "Mara Townsite l'r'.porty,'*- that  all Instalments on'aeconnt of purchase are to,  he paid 10 John IJ. Sibbald, Mara Townsite  Agdnt, ami to no other person.  .T.A.MARA,  WANTED.  One-.-IIuiid._d   Marten   Skins.     Write   T.  GRAHAM, Albert Canyon.  To Freighters and Contractors.  FOR SALE.  Elovcn Pack Mules.  Four Saddle Horses.  Three in Slelnlis. ^    .  Also   harness,   nporajocs, complete   trltli  opes, etc,   Tools, ciunp outfits, tenia, .to.    -  Write r.Cii'.AHAM, Albert Canyon, atollruf  requirement!., nml particulars will bo at onca  forwarded.  '55r-S _r__*S���������ir'rf&i&g&f  FIRE INSUKAWCEW.  All classes of insurable risk* covered i  ,. at fair and equitable raten.  LIFE INSURANCE^.* : -  rollc.ies��������� noii-forfcltable," guar,  anleed values, cash loan values,  throughout the history of th*  MONEY TO LOAN^ .  on good business or residential  property.  gSBJTco.; FAYETTE BUKER,  For Terms Etc., apply to. .      .  Jas. Taylor,  ii UNION HOTEL.  Wc still liandlo  FEED AHD FARM PRODUCE  All Purchases delivered free of Charge..  Fresh supply of fish every morning.  Careful attention.   ,,.      Prompt delivery-.  Tin)������' I-idwiisi-������^������  (Semi-Weekly)  Has more readers In North Kootenav  than  any  other  paper-,- him    more  advertisers  in Pevefstoke than any  . other paper: does more job printing  in the city than any other paper -It's  news  is more spicy and uj&o-Aatc:  it's influence s greater; ita advertlg-  '   l?,?������P?He'iI_lr<- '"������������������"'-���������.���������-olrculation con-  .sidercd; Its subscription rate is only'  S?)iP������-*i,k,,-"1:, ll **������>vers.the ��������� flelX  J ry it and be with the crowd.     :     ���������  write to   Revelstoke.HeMl*  ..       .   ..Kevelstoke B. C   'i  ' J.  W  dv  t

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