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Array S3  w���������**^ *^r v ir,a'as4 ir  /"/  /^'  -ISSUED   TWIOE-A-WBBK - TTTBBDATS    -A-HSTID   ^K-iZDJ^irS-  t  '     \  ���������  Vol. IV.    No. 79  REVELSTOKE. B.   C.  TUESDAY.     OCTOBER     16, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  NOTE AND COMMENT  Now   opening'  a fine line of  Scotch and  Canadian  Woollen  Underwear iii'  plain aiid'  stripes.   Also  th  elatest  novelties in  Fleeced Lined  Underwear.  These goods  sure to please  "both-in price  and quality.        j  Gome'and |  examine them  j  before purchas-1  The following paragraph from La  licpiililiqiu", :i Paris journal, alluding  to the Canadian exhibit at. the Paris  exposition, is significant of tbo ell'ect  which Mr. Tarte's rabidly disloyal  utterances, while in France, have had  on   llio   minds   oC    his   hearers.      L'i  Ue;ml>li(|iie says :  ���������'Tlii'i'u are, over yonder, nearly  three millions belonging to our  racet who speak mir language,  who have preserved our I rail it ions,  and the ciislouis (if old France;  wlio umy yet, lie her mosi. iiupor-  t'ltil. clie'uis in the new world, and  who knows, perhaps some day, in  the event of certain contingencies,  raig-lit become her most valuable  allies."  ������S*ft������*5*l'^*������***i������**>������**S������*#*-*P^ Psfc-^s-tf-^^fcajRft***-^.*^^  The ltliltAl.D is gi-iitilled to he able  to announce Unit work on the wagon  mad to Carnes Creek is lobe started  at last. Much valuablu lime nud a  long spell nfexceptionally line weather  has been lost beyond recovery and it  is lo be, feared Unit the value of the  service which the fluid might have  rendered to. mining men nest season  will under the circumstances ho  seriously iiupsiricd. Not, much can be  done this full,.but certain work can be  started and go on'all winter and it is  lo be hoped that I lie suggestion of  the hoard of trade to that ciU'ecfe will  be adopted by the authorities. What  lhe cause of the del.iv in starting the  work was, is not very apparent. No  adequate reason has. as far as Lhe  Hkkalii knows, been so far offered  for it. at all. The blame certainty  does noljie at the door of our member,  who has been uiiiemittltug in his  efforts to make the. auihuricies get a  move ou. Nor are we inclined to  Ihink th-lt. ceiiMire should be passed  on the government,a-' u whole for the  dolnv but that it...should be .conllned  to the Department of Lands &, Works,  against which complaints on,the s.-iiue  sioie are rife a 1.1 over Kootenay. This-  department, of ail others, requires  vigoinii.s n ml energel ic. . methods of  management, which it is quite evident  that under the present regime it is not  getting.  In 1S0C) the exports of Canadian  mines were valued -it SSS.OdO.OJU. in  lSfK) this amount increased lo $13.368,-  10'). For this increase a curious little  political pamphlet.-Pledges H-decmcd,  tlie. receipt,of which-under. the frank  ut" Kir Richard Carr.ivnght. minister  ut'Ti lulu aiid Commerce, is hereby  ,-icknowledjieil, takes all lheci-ccl.it lo  the present JiuvernmeiiL. It forms  put of the Record of Pi osperity,  l-'i ogress and Uevelopuien'. under  Libera! Kule. "Mow J.iiiir.h Duliuiiliiii  i-, the province inoyf Kigcly re.-pon-  sible for tlsi-s inci-e.-ise of mineral  ex pulls. , And the llKl'.A.'.u wou'ui.ask  any voter in Urilii-li Columbia be lie  Conservative. Grit or Labor, ill what  iniii-civ.-ihie way I liu Liberal parly  have a-, far as (his province is con-  oirued assisted in it or in the hundred  per cent increase in the total of  mineral products, from ?2i!, sSLoltf lo  $4(i.215,S7S, which also iurn'is ,i pio*  miiient item in the same Uecord and  for which Pledges Redeemed si vei the  party the credit.  JlWTAf ������  jt*.  ?XiXS������<y3������������gX3������SC^^  Tho Glory of Autumn wliich Nature'delays for cooler weather, art has anticipated  ond in a Store sense this is 1 he richest, ripest, fullest time vt' Autumn. Here we  make a.store house for the beauty and plenty ol' Autumn havvested in many hit ds.  Two continents have heen searched by our buyer for the choicest goods of every sjrt  you are likely to need. The result is that Autumn business is in full swing and for  eariy choice hundreds will be here making Wednesday there first day of Autumn  buying.        We have ample provision and accommodation for all.     Here are a  few  %%  .<. _     _*?���������.   _,���������$.        Ar:    _.*���������*���������>-     _-���������**>__     ���������*���������.-  _,-*��������� "S- *-**}��������� 4>        "fe ������������������>''������������������}���������  JACKETS, SUITS,; BLOUSES, SKIRTS  t       *  The  attraction  of   our   s ock   of ready-to-wear Autumn   garments        iit  Although there is no need of specials to add to the interest, we must lnentioi  auce in Autumn Weight Goats, the very Jackets  for  cool   evenings and fall  /Jul^Bloase note this chance and profit by it.  c.-iistible.  i a cleur-  outingri.  U>        15 Womens'Fall Jackets, cut  in   Box  Coat and  Jaunty Fly(������-:  jjp) Froiil.SlyIe*-..itiadi*. of Broad Cloth; Colors Black.     This   lot.  an'jjjj)  sg! worl h SO.    Your choice for ' :?���������! Ti) _k  ���������,......_.. .,_.���������.__.__. ._^_._ _*^.,_  ^  w  ^ STY LIS! i KTItEET -SUITS FOR IJ10*  Man tailored walking costumes, setni-fiti ing. double' hroa*-'tpd "~k  H& si vie. m.-if-"t-ial of fine homespun.' Skirls are pei-c.-iliue lined, (jjij  ������v        fsliH good quality : .-. .* $.10 W^Si  '^BLOUSlis A_JD SKIRTS ���������" ^  ���������v������f'!'i> Milt t He se.tMiu lo be bad at very low cost.  jTx Women--,1 Fall Blouses, tucked./new Frunch li.-i'-k  with [liei'.* nuvs of tucking, dress sleeves .".ml fill  Kltivi value  at  _ '. -. }J.  (^)        10 Women"' Navy Blue Seige  Skirts,   latest st-yin   back,  lengths.   Sptcial value ' i'$,  |,-@'-^)-������!^)-^)������������ -@)^!-^l*^^)*^)^>*������^)-^i-^)^)  For Ladies  that is a near approach  to the ideal of perfestion  It is the newest  product of shoe  art and skill. It  is graceful styl-  is, durable and  comfortable.  We want to ex*  hibitittoevery  lady in the  community.  Is it not rather liuu Unit on the  contrary' their neglect- of-' British  Columbia during , their- four y ears, o.i-  power constitutes one of the most  formidable indictment:*, apiin-t the  I_rnu;ier^^verlin"ientTTSincirtliey came  into power. Kootenay has seen ils  period of development.- What have  they done to .help it? The .Crow's  Nest road, was one of n dozen other  practical measures, which the Liberals  found on taking office prepared In  their hands by their predecessors and  which they completed indeed, hut  bungled in completrng. What else  liave they dutie? A few thousands,  dribbled nwnV venv -by year'in ini-  ptovin^ the navigation of the Columbia. .The.ro lieftins and ends the  Uecord of Progress and Development  of Kootenay under Liberal Buie. So  completely have the lenders of the  party ignored ns that scarcely a  single minister of first class importance  in the- Laurier 'cabinet has even  thought Kootenay worth a visit, during all the four years of their rule.  That is their record in Kootenay and  all the Political .Pointers that' Sir  Richard can send gratis through the  mail front now till I he crack of doom  (I?i)y..7t|i lSX.'Oy.cuiinot get around it.  UNDERWEAR. ITEMS.  ied Flesh Co'oreJ FleeoYL-hie'-.l Vests', liig'". nbj'c, long s'e  Womens' Plain Grey Wool Ve-sts, high   neck   and   long  sleeves,  buttoned   fronts���������75c  Womens' Ribbed Flesh Co"ored Fleoc'j'Lined Vests', liig'". nbjk, long s'e-^vos, buttoned  fro.'li'si.    E.ieb ,,.. '.  75c  BESS GOODS SUGGESTIONS.  ni-ii'.-ue ide.'in ������>f >i fen- cf our new :��������� "rivals in nmt^i-ials I'or F-i.ll Cn-^tuines.all  i-.-.'.-'ou.iiily jn-ii-i-il :mri .-til I hn|.|iui;lily fine .ipialit.y. We would like J'ou l.o see  tlu-w .as well u>; t lit- many other line good's wu are 1 limving. Such an  .-issoi'iiiient at the ;e,i.-,u!iable prices asked will certainly be isileresting and  MitisfyiiijC.  New fciiut1'-*."- Jlair'Finish lloiriesiiuns, rough, slvlish effects, for street wear.- in  mix I ores nl" green, blown .-unl navy blue.      Per Yatd JJSl 23  ^w",-.'. F.'ne. and RonrifFini--;:!   Cheviot Suitings, thoroughly  shrunken  and  fast  'lye, pure wool.    Pec Yard '..." ,..-..131 10  _ieff French and Kue-li.--.Ii ]Sl.-u:k Fancy Bress M.-iterinls. bright silk finisli. in psTt-  t.-rns Miitable for Fall.Dresses or separate Skirts.    Per Yard   $1 00.  MEN'S. TWEED SUITS  This ii 11 Suit St-yie. we thinkyon'll lake inlo high   favour, if .you 'desire .a very re.'isomihiy  price-d nut fit- tlmi. looks well in every respect..     We'd  even  prophecy  that you'd   like tlieiii  ' well '���������iinugh tii duplicate your order 11 good' while hence  when   the  first  is  worn out.    The*;  pt-oe.-f of the cinlliiiig is in'tbe'.veariug:���������'-   ���������  '   '        '      ���������' ,   ���������  Men's All Wool Oana!di.-in Tweed, sinalejireiisfed. suck  suit.. neat .hnW-n '.checks, ��������� Farmer.*;..  ;-;:^^^S;itiirti!iiiigs^iv511itiii!(U-OTl^,Si*z^:*iTt1r"4a.    Special.,....:-.:...? -..-....: $7.00  %  The City Council.  Met   as   usual   on   Friday   evening.  Present     Aid.   Abrahanison,     .-uting  mayor. Kilp.ilrick, Newman;   Gordon  and McMahon.  COItBKSl'OXDKXCi:  Was retid from W. A. Xettlo wilh  reference lo proposed lemoval of  building-, re.ened 10 llie .Mayor: B.  II. Campbell, secretary of cily bar.d,  asking for use of two small tables in  fireball N'n 2, leferred P. XV. committee; Chief Klin reporting on  obstructions on Government ro.ifi.  fyled; lievelstoke Water, Light it  Power Co. with reference to, lowering  water pipes; J. D. Sibbald .'Hiking-,  council to attend to damage done liy J  box drain on lots 1 and 'J. block !!C,  referred cily solicitor; J. M. -Scotl  notifying i hat n county couit action  lias been entered against R. Sampson  by P. iidrns Si Co. for impounding  sheep belonging Lo '.he plaintiffs, and  that an .order was to be applied for to  make the city a party to the suit,  referred cits' srlliclior; J. Lawson  complaining of the damage done by  the city to his lots on MacKeir/.ie Ave.  and Second Si. referred P. W. committee; C. li. .Macdonald, secretary of  fire brigade giving list nf appliances  required by brigade, referred 1''. \\".  & L. committee.  PETITIONS  Asking   for   electric    light   to be  placed on cecond St. at the. lop of the  hill above O. P. R.   shops for   the use  ot those going to the shops.  HEPOUTS  The Pire. Water ii Light confiniitee  recominended -.that the light on  Douglas St. neat' Wales St. be moved  t<i Opposite side of Douglas St.. the  light near the railway crossing oil  Campbell Ave. be moved lo opposite  side of railway*track, the first light  east of McKenzie Ave. on First St.  be moved to east side of Orion Ave.  on First Stand the Hi-*I. light we������t of  Rolisoti Ave. on Second St. tie moved  to the corner of Second Si. and Rob-  son Ave. and that six additional lights  he placed at the following points:  One at MeArthur Ave. and one , time  poles east of Kobson Ave. Second, one  au Garden Ave., one at MeArthur Ave.  and one at Hudson Ave. ou Third St.  and one ut Octon Ave. on Fourth St.  Adopted.   .  The P. XV. committee reported on  the condition ot the corral at the city  pound anil recommended that the  keeper be instructed to procure proper  appliances for securing it at his own  charges and on the amount of work  required to bu done lowering the  lieveistoke Water, i Light i!c Power  Co's pipes uncovered by this season's  work on the streets.  It was resolved to enter into an  agreement     with   the Revelstoke  Water. Light* ti Power Co. with regard to lowering water pipes similar  fi last year.  Thu collector wns instructed to  collect balance of riiri.l tax ,-.t once.  In answer to a qtie.-ition of Aid.  Kilpatrick regarding the date oftiie  assessment for this year it was resolved that the assessor start at once with  the work und that the roll be returned  co the council on Nov, 10th. After  :i long and at times slightly acrimonious discussion 011 ways and means for  extra work'done by the P. W. committee over and above the aporopii-  iition the council then adjuurned.  1 BOYS SCHOOL CLOTHES  T'liy's Two Pieci*** Si I1011I Suits���������l-tt'owu and Dark Grey Shades���������nicely plealed  ���������well lined, and t rimmed���������broken sizes.   Special !(il 50  A Big.-Bargain for Small Boys.'  Children's Three-Piece Brownie Suits, Hue imported materials, in dark  shades, checked and plxin-pal terns, some made wilh extra vest and collur.  beautifully finished.    Regular sizes,    Vonr chok'-*-; .' $3 5!)  .These Goods and Prices are Bound  to  Suit  Everyone's   Taste  C. B. Hume & Co,  m.  The Conservative Candidate Portrayed.  In the.five years that Mr. MacNeill  has'lived iiiYule.C.-iriboo, be has constantly'manifested an active, intelligent interest in all - things bearing  upon the prosperity of the district. He  is not. it politic'iati, and it is just as well  that he is not, but whenever occasion  has demanded, he has, although .1 busy  iniin in his profession, always proved  himself, a thoroughly public spirited  citizen aud an earnest worker in the  cause of good government. In all  fairness, it mav also he said of him  that he seems to have'an exceptionally  comprehensive and appreciative idea  of the progressive policy that is required to make Canada a really great,  nation. It would he a good thing for  this country if there were more like  him in parliament.��������� Kosslmid   Record  75 Table Linens for 6oc g Ladies*  Qutlng Hat  Some fine pieces that were damaged  in the bleaching came to ns at a  reduced price and we are able tocut,  out the damaged parts and give you  perfect goods. . At this sp"cial  bargain reduction there are specially fine Irish Linens tlmt are sure to  please you.  100   yards   extra   good   quality   of  r^ Genuine Irish Linens.  GO in,   wide.  RegularToc.     Special per yard 00c .  S  An almost endless   variety   of   Ladies mil il y-to-wwiir  Felt I-Iats may be seen here ut'present. ThatiiH''udes  FELT. HATS for STRSET WEAR  FELT HATS for OUTING WEAR  FELT  HATS   for   GOLFING   and  BICYCLING.  ,*J3'All the Ial est and most popular si yles aie  here of course.  == Our Blanket Sale Will Interest You ���������  ^<3**������������SX3������SX*^^ G������SXsX5������GX3������������3������S^^ <d������!&&<Sg������^^  '-������71       TT* -S"������yf^ tf^J   -HSSEHBa*^ '  I"  Porto   Rico    Cigars, ��������� 5  Brown's Tobacco Store..  fcr 50c  Smoke the famous El Presidente  at  General Merchants  Kevelstoke, B���������C  " 9&>>WT&9-?fr*������'9'.**'?&������&9'>0'jr&<>?a    ������SP*ft**>,^F^>.**^>.XMft*>.^  HUGH JOHff MACDONALD  What the London, Er.g., I.iackand White  Kas to Say About Our Leader.���������The'  Coming; Figure in Canadian Politics.-  The Hon. Hugh .lohn Macdonald.'  the eldest son of Sir John A. Macdonald. is plainly destined lo become ti  piotagnnist in Canadian politics. Till  the other day he was Premier of Maui  Iol.ii. and the manner in which he won  back tlie"Keystoiie Piovince"' for the  Conservative party proved that, hu  inherits hi������ famous father's genius for  leading t. forloi-n hope. His opponent.  Wiis 'F.-u-jnei" Gieemvay, who hud-  been Premier since 1SSS. 'ind it was  regarded as absolutely impossible that.  Mr.   Macdonald   should   even   reduce  Kootenay Heade'd the Spokane Prize List  The award of prizes at the Spokane  Industrial Exposition was made tliis  week. British Columbia headed the  list for the state prizes and ��������� captured  11 little more than half of all the  awards made. There was '.IS prizes  given. Of these British Columbia  secured 21), Washington 35, and Idaho,  Oregon and Montana one each..  The mineral exhibit, will be preserved intact, so far as possible, and  will he placed iu the chamber nf com-  meice there. British Columbia received  first prize for state or_ .provincial  collective exhibit. For district exhibit  Ros.*-hu:d took first; Nelson second.  The best individual exhibit was that  of thu 13. A. C. Kussland. Ymir  district exhibited the only gold nuggets and took first prize; the Ymir  mine took second fin- free gold 01 e.  For silver ore. \V. A. doplen, ,of the  Slocan, took second; and the silver  lead exhibit nf this district was by  long odd-, the fine*t, being awarded  first, Ainsworlh second. The copper  ore display from the Sitnilkauieen  took second; the copper-gold ore of  Itosfrland Ilrst. and I hat of Boundary  second. Nelson carried off first, lor  the best arr.-inged exhibit, and \he  Chicago mine of .Sandon had second  best. The zinc ore from the K-irl mill"  of Aaisworth took first. Tho ore  cabinet of XV. A. Coplen, Slocan. was  iwatded second prize,   and   tiie   t-ecl:  ideal exhibit of M.  worth, B. C.  A. Iloliiiaii. Ains-  Murder At Canterbury.  A murder which was committed a  week ago today in the Delphine Hotel.  Canterbury in N. E. Kootenay, will  be tried at the assizes here 0:1 Oct.  25th. The murdered num. Arthur  D.indo, a Barm..-do boy. well known  in Edmonton, where he was at- one  time bugler in the N. XV. il. Police  was shot through the heart in a  quarrel which arose over two women  in 11 house of ill fame on Peterboro'  townsite. hy Fred Collins, a painter, a  native of \Voodstock, Out., who was  drunk at the time In: committed the  awful deed.  his majority in   the   provincial  Legis-.  lature.    Bnt the hitter's great personal  popularity and the energy with  which-  he carried on his   campaign   achieved  the impossible, and  his   startling   vie.,  lory���������more especially   as'it   may  he_  said that "what   Manitoba   thinks   to_  day. Canada will think  to   morrow"���������_'  has given a new lease   of _ life . to-tho ���������  Conservative party in  the   Dominion.  Mr. Macdonald is veiy much  the  son,  of his father; he has  the "same   genial,  charm of manner, and   Ihe   self  same-  capacity of 111.iking personal friends of.  his political foes; he is a good speaker  aud a thorough man of  business;   anil,  his   political   life   has   been   moulded,  throughout, by   the   Imperial    ideals.'  which   enabled   his   father    to   bring  about Confederation.     If   "Sir  Johrt-  A.'' was the "Father of Confedation."  then  "Hugh   John-'���������as   he   is   called*  from the Atlantic to the Pacific��������� may  may be styled lhu sou  thereof.      But  for the pressure brought to bear on him .  by his party he would now be serviDg  in South Africa with  the second  Can-,  ndian contingent.     He   has   just   laid,  down the Premiership of Manitoba to.  take part in Federal politics,  and. _the  Conservative leadership may very soon'  lie within his hands.  The Spokane Exposition.  Says the Spokane  Chronicle   speaking of the recent exposition there :.  "'Mining men journey to Spokane at'  exposition time for  the   express .pur-,  pose of studying the minerals of these  sections.     They   are not disappointed  .when���������they���������!uuU-^fni'���������r"epres~ehl,alive-  exhibits from   eveiy   section.     Capitalists have   been   interested through"  this   great   medium    of   information.'  Prospectors   are   enthused    over   the  wonderful   showing,    for   they   -well  understand   the    possibilities   of   the  ledges which give up such magnificent,  specimens.''  In this year's   exposition   Kootenay.  carried oft over fifty pur   cent  of   tho  prizes   in   th'e   mineral   sections  and  many   awards   that   went   elsewhere'  were for mineral products such as   we  have as yet-made no effort to produce. _  This too in competition   with   mining .  stales   of   such   first   class   rank     as"  Montana.     Idaho   and    Washington."  While fully   appreciating  the  enterprise with which Spokane thus   turnstile mineral resources of Kootenay   to  her   own   credit  us   a  great   mining  centre, the HKUAt.D altogether fails to  see why Kootenay should not reap the  benefit derived   from her exhibits  for  herself. ������������������    Why   can   we   not have n'  Mineral Exposition of our   own?     It"  need not be. un  annual   event   at   the  start.     It   might   not he a very large  affair to begin with.    Neither for. that  matter was  the   Mineral   Annexe   to.  .tiie fruit fair at Spokane.     But   it   is  certain that it   would   from lhe   commencement prove   an   eye-opener   to  outside mining men and an   enormous  advertisement    for     the    unequalled  mineral riches nf   the district. ,   Why  cannot'.he energetic citizens of   Hoss-  land,   which   should   be   the point at'  which such a fair would be held,   take:.  the idea up and murk the fii-st year of.  the twentieth century   with a,  week's  exhibition of what Kootenay   has   to.  shew   the   win-Id   in   the    shape    of  mineral resources.    We do not suppose .  that there i.s Another  district  of  the,  same size   on   the   continent,   which  ' could niake a better shewing, and   wo  feel sure that if Rossland will make   a;,  (������������������tart the r-est of   Kootenay   will   rise  like one man to  help  her  make  the ,  exhibition a tremendous success. '  ���������Flat t*o R-ent���������suitable for a .small'  family, over the Emporium Parlor-1",  McKenzie Avenue." Apply  lo il.   1\~.  Liw-stin.  1  - I a vr+tte nw aMiuiWia  WirtUHBiiW  Revelstoke   Herald  Published In the Interests of  Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout  Lake,  niiclllewaat, Albert Canyon,  Jordan     Pass     and      Eagle  Pass Districts.  'A.   JOHNSON PROPRIETOR  __    Semi-Weekly Journal,    published  In  the  Interests    of    Revelstoke  the      surrounding       districts,  days    and    Fridays,    making  connections with all trains.  Advertising   Rates:       Display   ads.,  SL50 per inch, single,   column, 52.00 per  title    page.  BEWARE OF  BRIBER*.  One of the most ably conducted  papers in the West���������Independence, of  Brandon���������has some pertinent remarks  on bribery. It explains the modus  operandi of the briber in Brandon as  follows:  "The bribery agent after obtaining  the voter's promise would hand him  a proper ballot duly marked for Sifton  and initialed ou the back by the T).  R.O. iuregular form, ami would instruct him that he would get a blank  ballot when he wem inside to vote  .���������,,-. ti-ibb. I but that instead of marking it he  tach w*en    inserted    ������" .n^e(Jnpa- | should   keep   it  and   give   the   D.B.O.  old phiyed-nui cry that the wicked  Conservatives '.Mixed" It. It .is Uie  last refuge ol' a. weak cuusc.  THIS RAILWAY POLICY  THR  CHINKSE  TROUBLES  'ten   health   commandments  Ol     Um  Severely    Con-  Governmo-ni  demned.  Nicholas   Flood   Davin,   in   speaking  at Moose Jaw on   tho same  platform  and  Tues-  closest  A word    to    the    wise.     Gentlemen  who havo bargained for "Q. C." dec������-  rations and  other    Liberal    honors in    with ClUford SiCton, said:  return for support at this election -will  do well to insist on the delivery of the  goods liefore the 7th -prox.  Legal ads., 10 cents per  One of tho hardest workers in Stf-  ton's interests in Brandon fast December was a gentleman named Adams  The- public accounts show that his firm  pulled out of the federal treasurry the  following- s"ug little sums during 1SSIS:  Causes Which Led to tlie Present  Disastrous  Situation.  A Canton correspondent of-the London Dally Telegraph says:  The present troubles as Uio Chinese  aptly   term   Uie  condition   of   affairs-  1)  line "for first   insertion;  5 cents    Ulc   (No.   ���������)   ballot  he  received  Irom  -li.iyonotfl.OIll.s> $i0.S0; Slings, belts and  '  il.-       "Duo rtirx ft* . -.iti *_     ...iflilr.    _-������*fl   ���������!-_���������_*_  '  for each additional insertion. Reading  notices,  10 cents p=r line   each  issue.  Birth,   Marriage  and    Death    notice.-,  free.  Subscription P.ates: By mail or  carrier, $2.00 per annum; J1.2������ for six  months, strictly ln advance.  Our Job Department. THE HERALD  Job Department is one of the best  equipped printing offices in West  Kootenay, and Is prepared to execute  all kinds of printing in first-class  Btvle at honest price-?. One price to  ali. No job too large���������none too  small���������for us. Mail orders promptly  acte.-.dc-d to. Give us a trial on your  nest  order.  To Correspondents: We invite correspondence on any subject of interest to the general public, and desire  a reliable correspondent in every locality surrounding Revelstoke. In all  cases the bona fide name of the  writer rausi accompany manuscript,  but not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD.  the agent. When again outside of the  polling booth he gives the blank ballot (No. 2) to the bribery agent as  his guarantee and receives his dirty  wages in the shape of the promised  bribe.  ���������'This mode of action is punishable by the law -with $-00 fine or  six month's imprisonment for each  olTence, and in Brandon there will  be a host of spies watching every opportunity, for the informer gets half  the fine; but still there are a number of greedy and ignorant men who  will endeavor to sell their votes   aud  fvongs, $633.00; Saddles, etc., Cor the  Yukon contingent, $29,000.00. Total  $20,043.50. During    1S09:        Saddler's  sundries, saddles, blankets, belts, etc.,  $1P.G22.-I0. These goods were given to  Adam's lirm without competition.  Comment is superfluous. Tin-" the  rascals out.  Notice to Correspondents.  1. All correspondence must be legibly written on one side .of the paper  only.  2. Correspondence containing personal matter must be signed with the  proper name of the writer.  3. Correspondence- with reference  to anything that lias appeared in  another paper must first be offered for  publication to that paper before it  can appear in THE HERALD.  SIFTON'S   RAILWAY   POLICY  We hear a good deal just now o������  the policy of the Liberal government  in securing the" land for the actual  settler, as against the old land subsidy policy���������Mr. Sifton is however  proved to be responsible for the alienation of millions of acres of valuable  lands in Western Canada, -not io  speak   of   the   C.l'.il.   tax   exemption  and Uie Yukon proposal. The tacts  which are given below are easily verified.  When Mr. Sifton was placed in  charge of tlie policy of the government of Western attali-s ho had to  deal with the land grant vote for  the following railways, but not yet  tiarned:  (1) The   Crow's   Nest  railway.  (2) The   Southeastern   railway.  (3) The Hudson's Bay  railway.  (4) The Great North West Central  railway.  Hon. Mr. Martin when he found  himself in a similar position in British Columbia, cancelled all such  grants. Mr. Sifton did not cancel any  of them. He did not even leave them  alone to expire. He took action to  prevent their expiration and to secure thetn for the corporations concerned.  (1) The Crow's Nest land grant  was voted In 18SC by a corrupt government In British Columbia, which  despite an outrageously unfair distribution of seats aud the exertion  of every means open to such a gov-  e-mmeat, -was turned out hy thc people at the first opportunity. The  grant was made in defiance of opinion  among the Liberals ot ths;. province.  Pending the opportunity to defeat the  ���������gore-rnrneat-that   made  whose degraded practices will have to  be restrained by the different committees.  "Hon.  Mr. Sifton has always    uecn  known   as   an   unscrupulous   electioneer, aud  has never rejected a chance  because it was to be attained by dishonorable means;    and his agents are  equally determined to take every possible advantage and  to win. the election hv fair means or foul: so therefore  it is the duty of every one who  has   the  welfare   of  the    country   at  heart to make Mr'.  Sifton's defeat as  complete -and  emphatic   as  possible:  for all should remember that it is not  Sifton���������the man���������that they are working  against,   but  Siftonism:   the  evil  principle, the embodiment of political  corruiVtion-of   jobbery   and     embezzlement;   this  is   what  they   are  opposing,   and  whose defeat will   be  a  deliverance   for  Canada."  Turn the rascals out.  When Libei'iil speakers fall to convince an audience that there have  been no pledges violated, no scandals  unearthed, no disloyal and un-Brilish  sentiments littered during the government's brief and rapid shortening span  uf ollice. Uie audience exercises its undoubted rights and shows strong- and  unmistakable "disapproval. Then Liberal organs come out and say the Conservatives "fixed" tho meeting. The  ruth is that men like Tarte. Blair and  Sifton a"d Borden have done Uie  "fixing." They have "fixed" this gov-  ernent properly and the Liberal orator  is not born who can convince an i"-  teligent western audience of the contrary.  The   following 10    rulea    are    being  luoted by English medical journals:  1.   Don't   leave    your    room   in the  'morning with an empty stomach.  1   2.   Never expose yourself to cold air  'immediately after you have partaken  began al Pao Ting Fu through  three [of warm liQUld of any kind,  causes. I   3.   Lon't leave your    abode  in  cold  1.   Corrupt  Chinese  ollicials   refused jweather without warm wraps around  1 to   hand   over   to   the   natives  money .your shoulders and breast.  I which   they had received  for railroad      4.   Begin respiration in the cold by  I mining,  and    other    concessions.    a"d   broafoing   through   the    nose.      This  which   they    had     previously    bound jwill give the air a chance to got warm  themselves   by  solemn   agreements   to |before reaching the lungs,  pay over to the natives as indemnity I   5.   Never   place  your   back   near   a  for  the  disturbance  at  the  graves  of  hoated oven, nor against a wall, warm  their   ancestors   made   necessary   by   or cold.  railway improvements, etc. Ancestral ] 6. Don't stand before an open win-  worship is a Chinaman's chief religi- dow in a railway carriage, nor lake a  ous devotion, and desecration of his drive in an open cariiage, after violent*  forefather's   graves   is  something  that    physical exercise.  7.   Don't remain motionless in a cold  room, and  do not    stand  in   an open  anger at the deception on him by the 'space, on Ice or snow,  SIR  WILFRID   AND   IMPERIALISM  This honorable gentleman is at times  heard denouncing the C. P. It. railway  charter, but his wliole course in the  hoiiise of commons has been that of a  tool of the railways. Whenever in  the railway committees the railway  need help be and Tarte wero on hand.  He boasts that the policy of the government is not to jrivo land to railway  companies which was one of the  plaliks lu my first address. But what,  do  we  find   him   doing  in   1S9T.   within  sever,  days  of  the  meeting ot parlia-   he rarely forgives.      When he does It  ment. Instead of waiting to submit it   ������������   for  a    consideration.      Hence    his  to parliament,    he makes    a  bargain  with Mackenzie and Mann to build 150  miles  of  railway    from    nowhere    to  nowhere and  they were  to get  about  four   million   acres  of   land,   of   gold  bearing lands, worth $40,000,000. These  gentleman had previously been associated with the minister of the Interior. ]  Ogilvle       -published        a        booming  pamphlet which turned out to be quite  inaccurate.      He went over to England  to lecture    and  everything'  iva-s    prepared   to   float   a  company.       In   the  mood tlii; Dublic was in $50,000,000 could  have  been  got for that contract,  and  thero    would    have  been     plenty    of  money    for    themselves       and      their  friends: pl-enty of money to go around.  (Laughter).     In 1S97 Mr. Lister asked  the minister of the interior from what  date  the exemption    in    the C.  P. R.  charter begins to run.     He said from  the issue ot the patent.     Hero was an  undecided point, on which the minister  of the interior, himself a lawyer," gives  an  authoritative   opinion   against   the  settler and for   tlio company.    The C.  P.  R.      has selected      its  lands.  You  know  it   hau    land   all    round    you  J. IC. 0COTT. B.A., L.L.B  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Bke  McKenile Avenue, Revelstoke Statlom.  Money to Loan  HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors., Etc.  Solicitors    for    Imperial    Bank    of  Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:    Molsons  Bank Block  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B.C.  J. XV. CROSS  Talk only when you must, for the  >ld phrase: "Speech Is silver, silence  is  gold,"  holds    good    even    m  thieving    mandarins,    governors     and  viceroys.  2.    Missionaries,     unwarranted      and  unjustifiable    interefernce  In    matters  hygiene.  purely Chinese. There aro many ex- I 9. Don't put oft your regular bath,  ceptionally good men and women jWhen the skin In not kept fresh and  among the missionaries���������British, Am- soft tho cold draws the pores together  erican, French and German���������who 'nnd you aro rendered susceptible to  'confine themselves strictly to the lines 'pulmonary troubles of all kinds.  of their God given mission. But there | 10. Don't retire with cold or wet feet,  lore others who are not so exact aiul Nothing prevents sleep with so much  who take within the Christian fold 'certainty as the neglect of your pedal'  rogues seeking to defraud their credi- extremities  tors imd criminals seeking immunity  'from punishment for their crimes.  When these "converts" art- threatened  with arrest they rush to the missionary for protection ,and he In turn demands  that    the    unhappy  consul   of  his   particular   nationality   will   "save  his  converts  from   persecution."      He  insists vehemently that these converts  are good men, that they are among tho  most  pious  of God  fearing men,  and  are being threatened with bamboo. Imprisonment,  or   confiscation     of    their  goods,   "simply  because  they  are  my  (sic) converts and will   not under any  circumstances contribute for the worship of heathen idols."     If the consul  yields to these representations and the  protected knave escaped tin-whipped of  Office:    Mackenzie Avenue, Revelstoke  Surgeon to the C. P. R,  Health Officer. City of Revelstoke  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at the  close of the morning service. Sab-  hath school and Bible class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wed- ���������  nesday evening at 7:30. The public  are cordially Invited.   Seats free.  REV.S.J.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  Tlie Revelstoke  Herald >"<-',ni weekly  St. Peter's Church (Anglican)  Bight a.m., Holy Eucharist; ll  a.m., matins, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, flrst Sunday In the month);  2:30 Sunday school, or chiidrens'  tcrvice; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days���������The Holy  Eucharist la celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m., as announced. Holy Baptism  after Sunday school at 3:15.  C. A. PROCUNITR, Vicar.  the gfaritr  representations were made on behalf  of the province to the Ottawa government. Disallowance was asked for.  ciple on which Sir Wilfrid Laurie:  This was in accordance with the prin-  de'ende/J the action of Lord Aberdeen,  after the Dominion election of 1S9S.  but it was refused; although disallowance has since been userciia-Ki on  British Columbian legislation when  no such  justification  existed.  Even if the mauer had been left  at that, the grant would have been  cancelled along with the other grants  by Mr. Martin, had not K:. Sifton in  the meantime put through a cath  grant of $3.600,000 to secure the building of the road.  And even then all or part of it  might have been saved. Mr. Martin  held thai tbe Jaffrey-Cox company, to  -whom the grant had be-..-: made for  tha construction of a railway, could  co*. hand over part to the ,C. P. It.  which with the cash aid of the Dominion government, built the road,  and get 2f,0,000 acres of coal lands-- in  return for nothing. Mr. Sifton did  all,he could to aid the British Columbia corporation politicians in defeating Mr. Martin, even bringing pressure to bear on the lieutenant, governor.  (2) The Southeastern charter would  have lapsed, and the land grant thus  expired, in 1SS7. had not the time  been extended by the Ottawa parliament in that year.  (3) In 1SSS legislation was passed  at Ottawa, enabling Mackenzie &  Mans, to get the Hudson's Bay raii-  ���������way company's land grant applied to  thc extension of the Dauphin railway  beyond Winnipegosis..  (������) In 1839 the Great North West  Central charter expired, but for legislation at Ottawa extending thi. time  for  construction.  In addition, we have Mr. Sifton'.-.  dealings,with half-breed scrip ,nnd his  position on the tax-exemption of- .the  Dauphin land grant, and on the tas  ���������exemption of the C.P.R. !3.tkJ grant.  PROTECTION   FOR   THE   FARMER  Brandon Independence: An important manifesto has been issued by Sir  Clin ilea Tupper, as leader of the Conservative party, which- explains that  the policy of protection which they introduced and which Uie Liberals have  continued in spite of their former denunciations of it -when out ot office) is  imperfectly understood, as ii was not  only intended to apply to manufacturers but also to agriculturalists and  no class was specially favored.  no claims that the national policy  was intended to increase the output  from the factories by protecting thein  from the slaughter sales of American  surplus stocks-, and in order tc assist  lhe farmers a system of model farms  .-iini u.n :nii'i>> cd transportation of  produce sv>. inaugurated by the late  gnviriuiii '.'-. "mis I was only languidly  sii;T'"r:."i !iv 'l.o the present one; and  that CL.:is.ii:ii-.r.tly Canada has fluttered  heavily lv r.c' n'aving her produce  forwarded quicker to British markets and in better condition, which  would have been tiie case had the  Conservative project of a fast Atlantic  service been completed by the Liberal  government.  His suggested plan of having distributing centres i������ the big towns of  Britain for the sale of Canadian products is a good one. and was advocated in the columns of Independence  three years ago, and was even then an  old commorical idea. What is wanted  is a perfectly thought out system of  cold storage, with proper cars on the  railways and refrigerators on the  ships, together with suitable distributing -centres in BriUsh markets.  With  thia  new, view    of    protection  (Nelson Miner).  "The    Liberals    under    Sir    Wilfrid  Laurier," says The Greenwood Times,  "have  done  more towards securing  a  recognition   or    Canadian    claims    to  greatness- among   the  nations  of   the  earth    and    towards    increasing    tho  good feeling that existed  between the  Mother    Country  and her    Colonies."  The Times  is  much  too intelligent  to  believe   such       stuff   as   this,   and  it  should bo too    honest to    give exres-  sio������ to it. For several years before Sir  Wilfrid came on    the    carpet    events  were making for Canada's opportunity,  and 'the Queen's Jubilee  was the occasion for     its  demonstration.      The  feeling or sentiment, which has taken  on the name of Imperialism, had been  growing, and then burst    into flower.  Under the enthusiasm of the occasion  it would have burst into flower if the  editor of The Times had been premier  of Canada.     Sir Wilfrid Laurier owes  infinitely more   to the ripening of the  sentiment than   the sentiment owes to  him.   All   that   has   taken   place   was  coming in any event,and it was coming  because the people of the United Kingdom were awakening   to the magnificence   of   that   Greater   Britain  which  thoy  had    been  seeing  more    or  less  darkly in their dreams.    Sir   Wilfrid's  connection with it is considered ontirely  ot the happy circumstance of being in  a front place when the time came. He-  did not create    it or   produce it. any  more than did  the earth    <iuake when  he .was bom.   :���������o   Whenever they sell -t. section they get .justice, these wretches at once begin  a patent, but this gentleman who i-p-jto lord it over their fellow natives,  presents Uie west in the government irobbing thc-n. at will, and frequently  has never done any thins to sec the j committing si ill worse crimes. They  patent issued for all the lands. He j boast 'hat they are protected, and Annas thus been flagrantly false to his ally, tin ir victim.", after appealing in  duty. Ue'boasts of the Crow's Nest jvaii: tu .Uio local Chinese magistrates  Pass act. Give me your attention I for justice, r-.-ie en masse and revenge  and I will show you that that act is itheiiisieiM'.s lor various reasons in the  instinct with humbug. Tlie Conserva- ;quarrels of natives, and lh the cases  Uv.-- eovu-rnniert had made an arrange- .that the neti'-es bring against each  P-euc with the C. P. R. to build the ;olher m the. local courts. Tbe interline i'or &r..000 a mile, making Jl,650.000, 'fcro'.u-.. is contrary to thc spirit of tho  and a loan tot J20.000 a mile for 20 ilc-tt.M' of the treaty, and is naturally  years at three'ami a half Der cent. The : resented by all officials from viceroys  Bovermont ran  borrow money at two ]down  to the lowest manadrins  Presbyterian  Church  Service  every  Sunday    at  11 ��������� a.m  and 7.30 p.m.   Bible Class at 2:30 p.  m. to which all are welcome. Prayer  meeting at 8 p.m. every Wednesday.  REV. W. C. CALDER, Pastor.  Has more readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers in RevelBtoke than any other paper;  does more job printing In the  city than any other paper; it's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; its influence is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; Its sub  scription rate is only $2.00 pei  annum; it covers the field. Try  it and be with the crowd.  Write to ! Salvation ��������� Army  REVELSTOKE HERALD,    {    Meeting every  night in  their  ha*  Revelstoke. B. C.������ on 1���������*** street.  Roman Catholic Church  Mass  first and  third    Sundays  in  month' at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  SHAM INDEPENDHN'CK  which is only n, business-like care of  the farming Interests of the country  few will disagree.  (Toronto Telegram).  The Liberal candidate against Nicholas- Flood Davin represents tlu- Regina Leader and pretends to be the  friend of Independence.  Independence in parliament has had  nr> more bitter, unfair, unscrupulous  enemy than the Regina Leader.  The Regina Leader was a more dangerous because a more intelligent foo  to independence than the Winnipeg.  Free PreFS.  Frank Oliver, R. L. Richardson and  W. XV. B. Mclnnes have been misre-  presnted and belittled by the journal  which now asks the people of West  Assiniboia to notice that its favorite  candidate professes independence of a  party where party interests conflicts  with western rights.  The Hegina LV.-ader. which dc-nounc-  | t1 independence when it was looking  lor the favor of the machine at Ottawa, has no right to profess Idepc-n-  df-nce-when���������i-ciF~l<K>kin'g-for"thir" favor  nt the ix.nple of the west.   a o '  HUGH   JOHN   RKSIGNS  a SPENDTHRIFT GOVERNMENT.  Independence, the newspaper at  Brandon whose editor Mr. Sitfon's  agents tried to bribe, sounds a warning note to the people of Canada and  hint3 that the wave of prosperity  which began la 1S35 has already  begun   to  ebb.  "Had our government been n. prudent ooe," it truly says, "they would  have used the good times that we  have had to pay off old indebtedness  and to reduce expenditure. Tho Increased income'of twenty millions  during the past three years hn.s been  spent, it was "the growing time"  they aaid, and the national debt, was  increased from three hundred and  twenty-five and three quarter millions  ro three hundred and forty-six and a  half milllons.which equals a. burden  of $53 per head on every man, woman  and child in thf. Dominion.  "Like thoughtless spendthrifts our  government have wasted an enormous  income and left a legacy oi debt, for  us to stagger under through the hard  timeri that are visibly at hand, and  which will test Canada's stability to  the utmo������t0to overcome."  Whilo it is to -be hoped thai, our  contemporary's prediction of coming  hr.rd times may not. prove true, then:  can be no question as to the justice  of its independent criticism of the  improvident spendthrifts at Ottawa,  who, in spite of their economy  pledges, havo gone on In utter reck-  lf.risnesa and taken no thought of the  morrow.    Turn, the rascals out.  and seven-elchtg.    There would therefore be an annual orofit of $41,250. This  would reduce the gTant or subsidy to  J800.000.     What do these friends of tho  people do?     They give $11,000 a mile,  or S2.000.OO0 more than the old Kovernment was prepared    to do.     But they  say look what we have Rot for you. I  have the  act here.     I will show you  that it Is dlscreditabe to the government  an<l  to  the Btatule  book.   Now  here is what the company gives: First.  it  is  to   build.the  line,    then    comes  what  T  shall call  fraud  No.  1:   That  tho said line of raliway shall, be constructed  through the town of Macleod  and  a    station   shall    be    established  therein unless  and that  "unless" has  left Macleod in the lurch.     Then came  the section--orovldlng that rates shall  be appended by the governor in council.     Why, it was law already.   I have  the clause of the general railway act  here.    (A voice:    "read  it.")      Here it  is.   clause   227.       "Nn   tolls   shall ' be  levied   or  taken   until   such  tolls  have  been approved of by the    governor In  council,  nor until  after    two    weekly  publications in   the Canada Gazette of  such bylaw and of the order ln council  aunearing    thereof."      Fraud    No.   2.  (Cheers).    And now    comes the clause  orovidln-2   that   a   reduction   shall   be  mode on merchandize brouffht into tho  country������������������G 1-3   per      cent  on      fresh  fruits:  30 Der cent on coal  oil;  10 per  cent on  implements and    a number of  other articles.     This sounds well. But  it is on goods   imported    from eastern  Dolnts���������"Fort  William   and  all  points  east  of  Fort William."      It  is on  the  long   haul'  and   carload   lots.      What  good  does that do  to  us?      Does  Mr.  England   or   Mr.   Williamson    Import  their   fresh   fruit    from    Montreal   or  Toronto?   The>- deal in Winnipeg, and  at the very time this act was brought  into force the"local freight rates were  increased  seven,  eight  and  ten cents.  Fraud No. 2.     And.  now    comes   the  ' bigg'-i-t ft'eud of all���������the clause -which'  provides that there.wns to be-a reduc-  &$A&$A$A$A$A$A$A$A$A$A&  It Is  througn the* folly nnd worse  of those  so called   missionaries   that * so   many  good men and women become martyrs.  S.   The ambition of Prince Tuan  to  be  the sole  ruler of the  empire.    To  further his plans he   called to his aid  several   powerful   viceroys  and  governors in the north, he added fuel to thc  flume ot the Manchus'    and    Banner-  men's hatred for the foreigner, diverting to his family and himself the interest and "potential influence    of   the  Dowager Empress ,and encouraged and  pushed in almost every quarter of the  empire   the  "growth  of    thc    Boxers.  Where   the   Triads  were   strongest   in  the affection of the natives he favored  them, hoping through their revolutionary schemes to create rebellions in different  sec: tions.  so  that    he    and    his  liox-i-rs could step In at   an opportune  ineine'il,  and.   reinforced    by  the    imperial troops, vanquish both the Triads  <!>i(i all opposing natives.  Revelstoke Herald  ". (SEMI-WEEKLY)  WONDERFUL FORBIDDEN PALACE  After the march, of the trooDS  through tlio forbidden palace at Pekin  a party of civilians. Including the  laides of thc legations and several  well known missionaries, was admitted. Tea was served, and then tho  imperial palaces were Inspected. The  most remarkable features of the imperial buildings are said to he tho  exterior gilding and tho staircases  carved out cf single stones, with  figures of dragons, lions aud . other  ornaments. The bed of the empress is  trimmed with solid ' gold. After the  inspection the gates were closed again  and no ono was permitted to enter the  grounds.   o   There are three representatives of  foreign countries at West Point, admitted by the cuatomary courtesy of  government to government; Cadet ln-  gleaias, a brother of-.the president of  Costa Rico; and Cadet* .Ponte, the son  of the Venezuelan secretary of war.  Ia the leading   newspaper   ef  the great mining districts of  ,   Weet Kootenay.     It gives all  the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written np  in authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unquestionable Information. It enjoys  a large circulation and* la con-  ssqueatly unequalled aa as  advertising medium ln tke  field ln which lt is pn^ished.  Subscription $2.00 Per Hnnifm  $1.25 For Six Mc   \  StriGtlij in RtaEB,  Winlpeg. Oct. 10.���������Hon. Hugh John  Macdonald yesterday afternoon handed  in his r.-stgnation of his executive  olficos in the- Manitoba cabinet to  Lieutenant . Governor Patterson, and  "Hon. Colin Campbell was immediately  sworn in as his successor as attorney  general, railway commissioner and  minist'.-r of education. This is the  firs*, stup towards Mr. Macdonald'.*** ro-  lir-ement from the provincial government. He still retains* the premiership,  but this h������- will also resign |n the  course of a few days and rt-cornmend  as- his successor, Mr. Roblln. M. P. P.,  who was recently selected rxu the n������-w  provincial Conservative leader by the  Conservative members of- the legislature In caucus. Thc- bye-clectlon  rendered necessary by linn. Mr.  Campbell's acceptance of a portfoHc\  will be brought on without delay and  before the date of the Dominion el<*c-  tion-H on November "th.  FRENCH   CAPITAL  IN   KOOTENAY  A French Company Secures Cltilrna  and Real Estate in Rossland  Thfl biggest mining or real estate  deal that has been made in Rossland  for aome months past was' closed last  week when Luclen Weyl of Nelson,  representing the Socletie d'Etudes de  la Colombia Britanniqiio of i'aris,  France, purchased from T. ��������� If. Garrison and W. Y. Clarke the Derby and  Nelson No. 2 mineral claims. TIk-  price at which the property changed  linnets was not mado public, but. it  Is understood to be about ?r>0,fi00. of  which half wa.s paid in cash nnd the  balance a couple of days later.  The sale also Includes not only thc  mineral rights of these two properties  jtiou o-n ficlghtlng wheat of one and a  I half cents pr hundred pounds on tho  first of September 189S, and oiie'and a  half cents on the flrst of September'  18M. Why, tho three cents reduction  was due un In 1896. When I was electee', in 1S97, I called the members  from Manitoba. British Columbia and  the North West Territories. We asked Mr., now air William Van Horn*,  to meet us ar-u we-went into the question of rates. On the 17th of April I  wrote to Mr. Van Hornr- asking for  the comparison of rates lie referred to  In conversation. -.There they are and  hi: showed 'hat the rates were lower  than on the St. Paul, M., and M. railway. The average raU> at thn.t time  was 30 ce-ntn per hundred pounds. Wo  went before tho governor in council  nnd got tho ra'o:*; reduced six cents,  from .IO c<?nt8 to M cents, and we paid  nothlne for It. We laid down the  princli.i,. that as population Increased  and us transportation business Increased. rafe������ should \y- lowered and  that thoro should b- a triennial revision. In 1890 we eot a reduction or  two conts from tA cents to ������2 centH. In  UM T again brought thfs matter before  Mr. Van Home. I aijjain went b-efdre  the council. 1 rwelvod a letter from  Von Horne which I have here, making  out a case acraln.it th* possibllty of reduction. Nc-crthel^Rg w*������ got a reduction of three - centp the following  year in igos. Fraud No. ������.' (Cheers).  Then the clause which provides that  the railway committer, of the pi-Ivy  council may grant running power* aver  the lino. Whv. the railway committee already had this power. This ly  shown by the concluding sentence of  the clause: "But nothing herein shall  bo held to Imply that (.uoh running  powers might.not U- ao granted without th? special provision heroin contained." Fraud No. 5. (Cheers).  Then comes the clause that thc eruwn  shall  have r.O.WO  acres  of coal  bimh,  THE  MARKETS  which, adjoin the legal tender. Pack *.h0 Price of thc coal f. o. b. at th<;  Train and Nick ot Time on the south 1-DitH mouth to be 12. Why. thin Is a  tho Alice and tho Spitzce on the West, good Price. Fraud No. 8. nm there  and lies within COO feet of the Le Rol .'������ a sting in the tall. The Inst clause  ilself. but   also   the   title   lo   102 lots   provldr-j  for  the  issue of bonds.     So  General elections November "th.  generally known   as   the   Derby  tfon.  Judging  from   the   Old  p. ti.j'i.'i    this s"e-rns    to 1"-  for  Liberals. .  i'(inntry   ei-  n   bad  year  When-'a meeting    goes    nsalnst   Hi-  Liberals th?r invariably r-mnrt to th-  addl- Urn' after giving $2,000,000 more than  they wore ready to build the line for  and after receiving lands rich 1n Um-  Bx-Aldcrman Kranklnml of Toronto ������' '^r-T' l7mtlh* *ov������f,"������������-'l1 ������������  I who was once known as lhe cattle ilril,Rh Columbia, there Is the further  I kini? of Canada, died on Tuesday nlRlil. povrcT of lasu'n* bonds and tho travel-  Ifit his home in Toronto. It-ia saidllinK and commercial public will have  i'lhat  Frnnklawl   made^ the 'Hrst rshii4*i:*|'|'o'Pay not'  only the dividends dn-the  ment of Canadian-caUle'to England, 'share* but the interest    on tho hondg.  thc dale hetn-ir 1874, ' . (Ghoera),  Prices   Current   for Live Stock  and  Farm Produce  British Cattle Markets.  London, Oct. 6.���������-The market remains  weak. Best Canadian cattlo ore half  cent lower than laat Monday. Choice  United States cattle sold at 12 1-2 eta.,  best Canadians at lie. and ranchers  at 19 1-2 cento.  Liverpool. Oct. 8.���������The market was  weak.. Canadian cattle sold at 10 1-3  cento, and sheep at II cents.  Liverpool, Oct. 7.���������Cattle unchanged  at   11 1-2   and   13 1-4   cents, ��������� dressed  weight.     Sheep 12 and IS cents.  Winnipeg Markets.  Winnipeg. Oct. G.���������Cattle.���������-Thia hau  been another heavy week.in.the export  trade, about. 2,000 head having been  shipped east. Buyers ore operating in  Htockers nt nomo country points and  are paying 2 1-2 cents to* 2 S-4 cents'  per pound for these, but there are not  many movlnjj. We quote: Choice export steers, off cars, here, 2 1-4 corits;  butchers' cattle,  'I and  ! 3-4 cents.  Sheep.���������Hheep ere now coming- In  from t.he western ranges, but tho demand Is liKht. Choice grades of Bheep  nre quoted at four c-entB per pound oft  cars  here.  Hogs.���������Offerings are very light.  Prices hold llrm at f. i-i and 5 1-2  cents per pound for hofi.i weighing  from IjO to 250 pounds. Thick fats  and heavlls 1 2-4 to 0 cents.  Tforsei*.���������A carload of mixed drivers  and workc-m, of rather an inferior  riuiility were' Mold at auction on Thursday, bringing on an average about  Jiri.00. There In a fair demand Tor  driver--! for delivery and livery pur-  pones, those weighing about 1,000  pounds bringing the bent price**. The  demand for heavy horses is light.  Nelson Prices.  Netson. Oct. G.���������Dutter���������-Manitoba  creamery. 2.1 and 24 cents; choice  dairy, IS cents.  Cheese���������New cheese, 13 1-2 centa.  Eggs���������Fresh Manitoba. 20 cents fur  choice.    Ontario fresh, 22 centa.  OntH���������Per ton, $32.  Milfeed���������Bran,   $20;     shorts,   J22  per  ton.  ���������'Flour���������Manitoba patent. JS.M. "-'.  Hay���������New. per ton, $23.  Fotalocs��������� New, Xit per ton. *,  It takes a foremost piaco In  tbe race tor prominence and  popularity with business  honsea and as a consequence  does more ' business with  ttaoee requring printed stationery and office supplies than  _ any other printing   eatabUflh-  neat in;Eastern.British Columbia. Tbe class of work  tamed out has been" pronoun-  , eed equal to any thing ot the  kind executed ln tbe larg������  etttes by.'niu^.'jurgar- print-  erieo.   Job Printing Department  la equipped with the latest  feces in type designs. and aU  work entrusted to The Herald  iii    handled     by - exprle&cerf  workmen -who-thoroughly uu-  derstaad the proper use of the  nwtartal   at   their, disposal.  Tlw Herald does not data to  - to tbe only printing house is  tte district but it doea  to to *  ���������'  Thoroughly Up-Yo-Dito In  Every Particillar  . '\  i  And,In a position to give aa  1 good value for the money expended, either . for advertising  space in its publication or  for Job. printing, as can be  given by any-other house of  the kind in British Columbia.'  Write for estimates aad sam  ples- of printing. All wcrfc  turned out promptly aad oat- .'.  lBfactorily. One price to tJL .  No Job can-be; too largo"; or .'  too small for The Herald's  consideration. Special attea--  tkm given   to orders by null.'.-  1  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS : Tuesdays and Fridays.  &&&&&&$*&$*$*$*&$* M  ������������������  !&������������������������  ���������*yr..^~xu*uwwammwivm  ses*  ������ensa  in Toronto.  THE   BOERS   ARE   VERY  A WELL KNOWN   LIBERAL   OF   THE OLD SCHOOL CON-  DEMS THE RECREANT LAURIERITES ON  THEIR RECORD.  Dominion Nominations   Oct   31,   Elections Nov. 7th.-  British Elections.���������Allied Troops  Prepared   for  a Stay.���������South African Affairs.  PENT UP INDIGNATION  OF   OLD   TIME   LIBERALS   AT   LAST  BURSTS   OUT  Mr. Cook, M. P.,  Voices   the  Honest  ,   Sentiments of a Great Mass of  Liberals  Toronto, Oct. 10.���������A profound sensation has been created in political circles by an address that has been issued  to the Liberals of Canada by Mr. "W.  H. Cook. ex-M. P.     Mr. Cook needs no  ���������dines to accept thc nomination on  account of pressure of business..  It is now said that Mr. Penny ex-  M.P., will be a candidate in St. Law-  rence division.  James Wilkes has been nominated  as Independent Labor candidate for  Yale-Cariboo, to oppose Galliher, Liberal and McNeill, Conservative, who  have been in  the field several weeks.  Sydney, C.B., Oct. 9.���������Arthur .Kendall and Alex. Johnson, both members  of the local legislature were nominated to contest Cape Breton county  for the Dominion house hi the Liberal  interests.  I". 75 ��������� ri) 11 01 uy  Vv 1 *. L. *y :i ��������� i_, ��������� --*.  THEY  BELIEVE AND CIRCULATE THE  MOST ABSURD   STORIES  BRITISH  ELECTIONS  London. Oct.'S.���������I" the contests in 24  introduction to the Canadian public. rurjU distrIct3 of BritlliI1 Saturday tho  Ho is well and widely known as a thor- ;E,beraIg OI.ly,Bainod one seat, the Ap-  ough goinp -oorty man. who for years ; y division 0l, -Westmoreland. Sev-  luus been a zeal-oua worker in the cause e_al oth__ opposjtion candidates had  ot Liberalism. In the last seneral el- ,nalT0V>. CECaPG3 from defeat. Sir  ection. he contested. East Simeoe In Rob<,_t Reid Dumfries, although a  the Liberal interest. He had been re- bitter opponent of Chamberlain's war  turned for that constituency in the voUcft was elected. The sole si -cu-  ' general elections of 1882 and 1S87. and latio.n now is the composition of the  throughout the period that    he repre-   ���������__.. cabinet.  seated it was a.prominent and influ-��������� London. Oct. 9.���������Only'flve returns ut>  entlal member of the Liberal opposi- to a jate jjOUr were recejve<_ from the  tion. He remain-a an unswervlnead- 21 constituencies ln which polling was  herent of Liberal principles. That held yegterday. Theae showed a Lib-  government is made, up of. persons eral ^^ of tW) Beata and therQ may  with whom Mr. Cook had tor years be. a 8llj_ht ^act^n m favor of the  bven accustomed to co-oporate in a liberals in the counties. Whip As-  loyal manner. This connection and his truther of the TJnlonlsts. hod a narrow  strong party feeling long restrained vjct<)ry in st. Andrews. The totals to  him from protecting in .the name of date ^ Ministerialists 327, Opposition  true  Liberalism    against.-  the -course    55 member**.  pursued by the government, but the London, Oct. 10.���������Yesterday's returns  multiplication of broken pledges, the give the Liberals a gain of two ad-  accumulatlon of scandals.' the riot of ditional seats and the Ministerialists  extravagance, Jobbery and corruption, oue soati making a total gain of 20 to  proved too much for him. - He felt 2i seats. The Liberals captured Tor-  Chat his duty to his party and to his. quay division of Devonshire, Mr P  country required that he should speak _,. Barrett, Liberal, defeating Mr. C.  out. and-he has spoken out the burn- i{. Rankin, Conservative, by 129 votes  int.' indignation, not of one Liberal but The Liberals flood continued in Derby-  ot the mass of Llberais of the Aloxan- .hire, - where Mr. C. Partinglon. Lib-  der Mackenzie school'. It would scarce-, eral, captured the High Peak division  ^y seem possible to compress in four feating g. S. Roberts, Conservative!  short years such a record of profligacy and wiping out the Conservative mans that he surveys. It Is one from jority of 507. On the other hand the  which every honest member of the Unionists have taken a Liberal strong-  Liberal party should to disassociate hold, the Burton division of Stafford-  himself. Mr. Cook's address has scat- shire. Mr. R .F. Radcllffe defeating  n-red consternation in the ranks of the Mr. J. c. Johnson by over 2 000 of a  ministerialists. " ......  DOMINION ELECTIONS.   c   MOMINAT10NS OCTOBER  31st, ELECTIONS NOVEMBER 7th.  Ottawa, Oct. 9���������An order in council  was passed and approved yesterday  dissolving parliament   and  a  orocla*  majority. Mr. Arthur O'Connor, Irish  Nationalist has been defeated for  Xorth Donegal by his brother Nationalist, Mr. O'Doherty. Tlie total number of members now elected are:  Ministerialists 334  Opposition ." 173  - rx>n(.on, Oct. 10.���������To date the Unionists have made a net gain of five British seats. The standing of the parties  is:      Ministerialists,     337;'  Opposition,    o   ������ ���������-.���������^.    ._   _,_,_������.���������_-  ,-S5--   Mr- William St. John Broderlck,  mation"wili "be'"issued to" this'effect under secretary of state. Mr. John  today. The writs for a. general MorIt-'y and John Elliott, whose letters  election will also be-mailed immedi- to the B������������rs were made to do duty as  ately. Nominations will take place camPaign literature, were again elect-  on October 31st and votius a week ed' T.ne Lff->rals are holding their own  later,  on Nov.  7.-- , in   Yorkshire.      Severe   adverse  com-  Tho campaign will bo one of "the ;n.n,t ls taking place, on Mr. Chamber-  shortest in the history of the country. !riin's use of the famous 'expression:  ' Sir "Wilfrid Laurier left- tonight for "A seat lost to the government is a  Montreal, acompanied bv Mr. Muloclc. sS:i1 gained for the Boers."  The premier will hoid .1 series of London. Oct. 10.���������To date the  moetings. the dates of which have al- t:nloniBt9 have made a net gain 0f Ave  ready been given, in Quebec during seats. The rtonding of the parties is  the week, and will start in .Ontario Ministerialists. 337; Opposition ir.  next week, commencing- on - the -16th Mr. William'St. John Brodrick under  In Toronto. The other meetings ln secretary for state. Mr. John Morley  Ontario have not  yet been  arranged and  Mr.  John Ellis, whose letters to  1)Utiit',i%bl\Il-,,fiXed^t^t,he T,1" the Rwrs ^re wide todo dS? ������  speak   at  Parkhill. on - Saturday,   the campaign   literature, were   again   re-  ������5"'   '.'. '      ' * /',_���������. elected. The Liberals, are holdinc their  The writs-are made,returnable on dwn in  York*Mro       ������_"���������������   '., '  December 5th. The last * parliament comment is K^'^l^r������ adverse  waa dissolved ,on April 84th. 189G: ������53S?_ eff~u"?,^ce ������^������r'Cham-  nominations . were held on June 16th ?!--.3 - eftective use  of  the  famous  The Fighting Bands   are Now  Almost  Completely Surrounded.  CaDO Town. Oct. D.���������Thu Boers now  occupy "Wepener, as well as Rouxville  and Vicksbure in Orange River colony  aud the British are attempting to surround them.  Cape Town, Oct. D.���������Thu Cape House  of Assembly today passed the second  reading of a bill to raiso a loan of  ������500.000 to ensure thc- Immediate payment of half the losses sustained by  private Dersons through the war.  Johannesburg. Oct. ?.*���������Gc-neral Barton is liu'nting with a Boer commando  north easi uf Kruger's Dorp. Several  bands of guerillas have reappeared In  that district reoonily. an.i more are  exDet-ted. Mr. I_dwards. an Englishman, commanding a iscur force, who  became prominent after ihe Jomieson  raid, on account of a rabid antl-  Rritish speech he mode, has surrendered in Kruger's Dorp with a few men.  A colonial force has gone- south to  Blondfontcln to clear the Boers out of  the Klip Rivorsberg hills. These hill's  have been a regular rendezvous for  the  burghers  lately.  The ignorant inhabitants her.: attribute the fact that the British officials  are selling and distributing food to a  desire on their part to clear out tho  stores before they give up the country.  The same people still readily believe  and circulate the most absurd stories  about intervention by the powers.  Colonel Henry, who wears the decoration of the Star of India, and who  has organized the police force here.  has introduced the system of identical ion by finger marks, and in this  way it tends to register every native.  This plan will be of great assistance in  the distribution of passes, the regulation of labor and the suppression of  illicit liquor sales.  _l5__m*-gHMri������iH^������^^  Incorporated 1670  GRAND OPENING  TO HONOR OUR SOLDIERS  England Will   Give Them  a  Splendid  Reception.  *.  London. Oct. 9.���������Particulars of tho  proposed reception of the colonial  soldiers are published but not with  adequate authority. The number of  visiting troops Is likely to be considerably less than 6000. The Guard?  will probably be in advance, followed  by the London volunteers. Time will  be required for the selection of a  thoroughly representative body of  Canadian. Australian and South  African veterans. Canada will have  the largest contingent and everything  will be done to render the reception  memorable.  BOERS  DEMORALIZED  London, Oct. 10.���������The Times publishes the following despatch  from Verdefort. Orange River Colony:  "The British column had a three  days fight from 5 to 7 inclusive with  General DeWet's - commando of 1000  men and five guns. It took place lu  a veritable sea of mountains here.  The Boers were dislodged and dispersed, and they fled demoralized. The  British casualties were slight  FIVE THOUSAND  BOERS  Said to Have Retreated from Pilgrim's  Rest  London. Oct. 8.���������It is reported according to tie Pietermaritzburg correspondent of the Daily Mail, that  from 4000 to 5000 Boers have retreated from Pilgrim's Rest near the town  of Lydenburg with four Long Tom's  and 22 other guns. The correspondent understands that the Long Tom  ammunition is almost exhausted.  CANADIANS AT ST. HELENA  and polling on June 23rd.  NOMINATIONS  expression:      ������A 6eat lost  to the eov-  ernment Is a seat ��������� for-the. Boers." ���������    .  ,  -  .        ;  , ' o ��������� '   ,'  WARM' TIME  IN   CHICAGO -  "  "  -^ '���������" *-- r���������^������������������l-^-CWeago.^Ocfc^lO.���������Blodshed^followV  -Halifx, Cape Breton,Toronto and Sas- Mr������^������. ^^'^Siican  katchewan, Select Candidates.       marching clubs last,night.-, Just, as  ��������� -: ��������� '      " L " '   ' the last company in line turned  the  Halifax, Oct. 10.���������Hon. W. S. Field- corner of Sedgwick street and Chi-  tng, finance minister,-and ,T. D. Me- cago avenue, * it was charged by an  Grogor, M.P.P.. have been nominated organized . gang who had concealed  tn-Pictou by-.the .Liberals. . themselves ln the dark recesses of an  ' :-"s   '   vBlr Hibbert Coming' '    j alley.  Vancuover, Oot. 9.���������Tomorrow Sir Tho rioters were repulsed by the  Charles .Hibbert Tupper.-member for Marchers hut not unttl four-or,five  Pletoo." N.S.. start* o������ Ui-a imperial -Republicans hail been Injured, some  limited to commence the campaign m. QUlte seriously The most seriously  bis consutnericy ���������   .  . \ ,nJ������r������<l,- was Michael  Ball, found  un-  quiwubu*.       j_ conselone-after the struggle.   He had  in   luroou)   _ ift t-,roken noee   aneye cut ano ^j.^  Toronto, Oct 9.Alderman Burns and teeth k-nocked out.. He was struck  T. D. Allan have consented to h.av������ on the head with a brick and was  their -names submitted'to the Liberal taken'to the hospital,  convention for Weot Torotfto on j George Hughes waa picked up un-  Thuraday evening and-they will noioonacioj,,. having been struck on the  doubtvbcunanlmo������sly nominated. The, head with a paving block. Many  probable candidate ..tor cCemtre Tor- others were more or less hurt The  entd'Ia Hugh. Blaln. ...  v   ������������������- Davis Re-Nominated  West Prince "Albert. Oct. 9. ��������� The  cnBTU  liberal convention for Saskatchewan; rUK IT  wao held here today   Tnomas O. Davis  M.PM was the unanimous choice of the  meeting.    All the aiatrteta were represented.  7dole������atee being present  Island of St. Helena, Oct. 9.���������The  transport" Idaho with the Canadians  or board, landed about 200 Boer prisoners today.  . .  General Cronje and the other Boer  prisoners are preparing a big demonstration for the celebration of President  Kruger's  birthday tomorrow.  PREPARED FOR   A  STAY  Our Fall Opening will take place  to-night and tcvmoirow night from  730 to 1030. Our display of Fall  and Winter Goods is very attractive  and consists of,     5C     tt    2������     2������  General Dry Goods and Furs  Carpets and House Furnishings  Men's Furnishings  Boots and Shoes  Our  China  Department  too, is particularly attractive,    tt     tttt     tt  Zingari  Orchestra  in   attendance.  IMM*ff TTT'-T-'i-V* fU X IVIWTjTTi'gnTf'Tj  THE MANITOBA MURDER  THE DOMINION CAMPAIGN  men who caused the riot escaped.  PEOPLE    KILLED  A Building Collapsed  and Caused a  Wild: Panic  St. Petereburg.-'Oct'9.���������Five thousand -pilgrims,, assembled   at  tho    St.  ��������� .  .������    n.   t������.i.������_.* t n,.^^  Nikander v-inonastry . in- the. Porkboff  ^^S^l^LT^L^l dUWctiforTa religlpua festival. During  opened his Quebec tour at'Actonvale,  Quebec. Mr. Bernier accompanied him.  Mr. Sifton addressed tho electors at  Mellta'Monday.. ���������.  Hon. Mr. Fielding haa been nominated I" Pictou to oppose . Sir Hibbert  Tupper. Tho latter left Victoria yesterday for Nova Scotia,.and en. route  he will speak at Calgary and Brandon.  Mr. Geo. A. Foetec has boen nominated in st. John City, and Mr. A.  Stoakton, for St. John, county by the  the;night "one of ���������the-'- upper, floors - col*  lapsed-.and many'-of- those.? sleeping  there-fell -.upon those bclowr-V ':i"/  A-.panl*o:.:.was '.caused..,, by-'-"a ' false  alarm: - of-^ flre and" four menyand 36  women.j.were crushed [to: death:", many  others"'being seriously, injured;-.-; ���������-'  V.: ���������.'. -  ������������������rv  ;:.: : -v-1. ,.���������-"  SUICIDE OF A TBACHER  Rodney.  Ont..  Oct. 9.���������B.  Osterhout.  principal   ��������� of Rodney public     school.  Conservatives. The latter has accepted, -committed suicide   yesterday mornins  Mr. Ducharmo has declined the Con- ;by    cutting his  throat    with a raaor.  servatlve nomination for HocholaRa.     j Oflterhout had  boon sick    a few days  Mr. T.  O.  Davis    was   unanimously !and on Saturday went to the residence  nominated    by the    Liberals    of Sas- lot  his brother-in-law.  Peter Mc Vicar.  The Allied Troops, in China Will Camp  For Six Montha.  Pekln. 'Oct. 9.���������General Yamacuchi  will retain 10.000 Japanese troops,  '2000 of them at Pekin and along: the  line - of communications. Eight  thousand Germans will winter in  Pekln and 1500 Russians. *  The number of British troops who  will be retained has not yet been decided. Sir Alfred Gazelee will pro-"  bably keep a brigade; - Tho allies .are  storing supplies for-six months. Count  Von Waldersee's-headquarters will be  In a building in the imperial pleasure grounds outside of the Purple city.  ALLIES ARE "SPREADING. OUT  Boissevain. Oct. 9.���������Thc residents of  this town and district aro greatly e3-  clted over the horrible tracedy enacted  near Whitewater, the news of which  waa flrst -grfven to the pubHc yesterday.  Tho terrible murder of Charles Daw  and Jake Smith is a crime unequalled Rest  in the history of this, part of thc province, and as the victims. were well  known here and at Whitewater it has  come home to many as it. terrible  shock. It is the one sole topic of discussion ,and many "are unable to seek  i-epoee. attend to business or even talk  elections.'  . Walter Gordon ,the supposed murderer, comes from Whitby, Ontario,  and is 22 years of ase.  -Aa already." telegraphed you, the  bodies we're found in an old well on  Sunday, 'about 60 yards from -the  house'. Daw had bullet wounds In the  hefid, an'df Smith waa shot'ln.'the neck  with a shot gun at close range'.- Daw  was a young. Englishman, about 28  years of age. and had the resnect of  all who knew him. It waa understood  he had sold his chatties to Gordon for  $6,400, fer which an agreement of sale  was siven, but no money was transferred at tho time.- Gordon claimed to  hold a receipt for J5.000. which.he paid  Daw-Immediately before his diaop-  pearanTCr~Daw"\rds'"to"have~returned'  to.England in October at the request  Head Office.  Capital  Authorized,  Capital Paid Up,  of n\n  4pt  Toronto.  - $2,500,000.00  $2,458,603.00  $1,700,000.00  London, Oct. 9.���������The.Shanghai correspondent of. the Times wiring on  October 7th, saya: "It is reported that  the French troops held Lukechlao on  the Lu Han railway. The Russians  and Germane held the Pel Tang forts  and have also taken the Tong Shan  and Kal .Ping mines, monopolizing tho  coal supplies in Northern China: -  New York, Oct. 9.���������The diBtrlct of  Tatshan is In an uproar says a Herald despatch from Hongkong. Anti-  foreign placards are being posted. A  plot-was discovered to destroy all the  ml8sione. ''  A BOLD HOLD-UP  \  DIRECTORS:  H.   S.   Howland,  President  T.R.Merrltt,Vice-Pres,   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T  Sutherland,   Stayner  Ellas- Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,      Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: >  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingcrsoll,  Llstowel, Niagara Falls, - Port  Co!borne, Rat.Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines/ St.Thomas,  Toronto, Welland, ' Woodstock.  - Hamilton. , ���������  Quebec:  '   Montreal.  Savings Bank department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and in-  terast-allowed.'^-^���������^��������� ' :   of his family.  Smith was about  -45 years   of age,  was not wealthy.'but waa a popular  man in this district, where he has re-!  sided'for tho past 20 years.     He sold  his horses and Implements to Gordon,'  who holds a receipt which "he claimed  Smith gave him at the time of hto ������#-;  appearance on July Slat  . An Inquest commenced    thin morn-!  Ing,' Hitting at'' Whitewater    on    the ���������  bodies of*th������K*two murdered mea,  NJnga, "Man., Oct. 9.���������The inquest  on tho bodies'of Charles Daw and  Jacob 8mith opened at Whitewater  this p.m. before the coroner.  " ;  About SO witnesses wore examined.  On account of tho Ingenuity, displayed  by the criminal in the commission or  the awfnl crime, tho case Is of singular Interest and when the details aro  Debentures���������rProvlncial, Municipal,  and' other' debentures  purchased:  Drafts and Letters of Credit-  Available at all points of Canada,  United ; Kingdom , United , States,  Europe, India, China .T������("u������ A������������-  tralla. New Zealand, ete.  Gold   purchased.  This bank Issues Special Receipts  which'will be accounted for at any.  of the' Hudson's Bay Co's Poets In  tho Yukon and Northern, districts.,  A. R. B   HEARN.  Vana������R>r Ttovotatnko Braa-ch.  rZiABHES FROM THE WIRES  Wtnnipcc; Oct. 9: , .    ���������.      Chinese trnperial'trooe* were defcac-  publiabed will cause, widespread hor- ed la Oaatoa prormcc."  ror.    Everything goes to  show that    MeOlll cotlecc.'-students   ffa.ru   Lord  .Gordon enticed Daw away on July 31; Strathoona-a worm welcome to Mont-  tmder cover' of taking him to hand rial l������������t evenm*. -  over the purchase money of his farm,     Canada's'  trade",   for the paat   two  and then deliberately killed him. months   ttott ��������� advanced   17.000.000  over  Jacob Smith disappeared tho next the previous rear.:  morning,-so far as can be learned pfvo pereona were killed and 75 m-  from the evidence, which shows that -ju^ in. railway wreck near Heldel-  Gordon told eeveral conflicting stories Tbcrg' Germany "'��������� -  regarding the purchase of the farm. ^ do������perad6e������ demanded a. Furs*  Tho following^is the: verdict, rqnder- merchant's money at tho point or a  I h-* the hii-r .tn* oftprnonn- revolver."     One wm, totally shot.  ed by the Jury'this afternoon:  "We, the jury, agree to the follow-  The  inquiry  into  the  alleged  onar-  near Wardsville. where he committed  the deed.   o   THE COAL STRIKE  katchewan  The Liberal candidates In Tort>nto  will probably be Alderman Burns and  T.'D. Airab ln thc.west.dlvision, Hugh  Slain; In the centre and Geo. Aniar-  ������on, ]n the. east. Haaelton,   Pa.,   Oct.   10.���������The   A  Bx-Alderman Puulln will, oppose Van Wick estate .operating the Col-  ItouraRHa in Labelle.    . lerain   and   Mllncsville   collieries   and  Montreal, Oct. ...9.���������Mr. Ducharme Calvin,"Pardee and company, owners  was nominated at ���������the., Conservative of Lattimer mine?, posted notices yee-  fconventlon-v to- donteat. ;Hoch6iag|S[i'''tertay''offerlng'thS"lO''-per cent advance  a gainst Mr. Madoro. o*-jM.P.    Um lo- in wagea to Its mine'worker*.  Two Armed Robbers Foiled���������One Killed  and the Other Captured.  St. Paul, Oct. 9.���������Two men entered An-onsin's second hand store at'  Fargo last night and with drawn revolvers demanded Arronsin's money.  Arronsin yelled for help and tho robbers went out Into the street. Policeman Korsino ecbanged shots with  the robbers and shot one fatally. His  namo is not known. The other desperado was captured and gives,, the  name of Sam Davis.  WKST HASTINGS  Bell������.-ville. Oil., Oct. 8.���������At the convention here Faturdny afternoon Mr.  Sehte J.. Young, of Trenton, wan nominated as the Liberal candidate" for  West Hasting*.  tag verdict:   That. J Daw came lo his ch^ ^ "'o' murVr   tho" U?c Km������  Gordon, and we all agree that Jacob a   ���������W,TOI1, N" J-  Smith also   came    to   his death  by  wcunds  inflicted   in  the  nedc  by    a  gunshot,' by' the hand of Walter Gor-  I    THE MOLSONS BANK  SE INCORPOBATED BT ACT OF PaRUAKKSI,   1835.  HEAD OFHCE MONTREAL  Authorized Capital  Paid up Capital  Rnsc Fund  $2,500,000  2.170.000  1,850,000  -   DIRECTORS:   Wa. Molson Macpheebon, President;  S. S. Ewing, Vice-Pre   dent  TV. M. Hamsay, Samuvj. Fin-cry, Hysar AscHiBiLn, J. P. Cleohobk,  ; H. Markljlhd Molson.  ; Jamks Elliot, General Maaasrer.  ;     A general hii-iikintj business transacted.     Interest allowed at current ���������  : rates. J. D. MOLSON.  MA.SAOKB, BEVBL3TOKE, li.XJ.  J, D. Sibbald  REAL ESTATB  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  L  McKenzie Ave,  RATE $i oo PER DAY  The  C olumbia  House.  Good accommodation.    A.   good i.-n  well supplied   with choice win--  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Brown   & Pool  Proprietors  P. 5URNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beef, Pork. Mutton* Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  Saddle and   Pack  Horses Always  for Hire.  Fieightinp: and  Teaming a ���������  ���������Specialty.  Daily Stui?e leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at      3 clock  for Trout Lake Oitv.   For particulars write  .    , CRAIG & HILLMAK. Thoxbok's Laitding  ably furnished with the choioest  the market utfordfi. Best Wines  -Liquors and Gicars. Large,. 1-ii^ht  .bedrooms. Rate*    gl     u.    day.  Monthly rate.  1  . PlOBf.  CANADIAN    PACIFIC  fiWO SOO LINE.  ii  Ixird Strathcona' reports   that reference*    to   .the . Laurier" Dreferc-ntial  tariff at  raeottnga  in Britain are re-  don >i ceive*d with popular applause.  Bolssevain.Oct.10.���������The murder case' A "wlndHng plot to cheat insurance  has,caused widespread excltemeni comuomes and which ,resulted |n the  here, and throughout White-water death or a rouse woman haa been un-  Bolssevain and .the vicinity, thc flnd-; earthed by Chicago police.  tng of'the coroner's jury on Monday ,  I  '  evening has intensified1 the feeling and     wl���������npicBi'oct. 10:  greatly Incensed the friends   and the     ��������� ,    '  relatives of the two men ueuiiisi tho OIP'*"1,cv Tuan    %nn ,be    banished   to  'supposed murderer, Walter Gordon.    ' "'herio-.  Tho Whitewater tragedy as lt la India's crop conditions are reported  known is without doubt one of the hy.the .Viceroy aa excellent.. .  darkest crimes'that haa ever stained' prominent sentlemen have given  the criminal records of Manitoba. The.<,hf:(?rful reports of Manitof>a crops.  two murdered m������n were both bachelor' J-**ord.Strathcona-stated that the Pac-  farmers-.and "lived together ln a ,flc cable would be completed ln two  friendly way ln the bouse on Daw's yearn Ume.  farm. They had been Intimate for Detective Smily .hau confessed In  yearn anil both were well thought of. Chicago to the pk/t to defraud inaur-  fthd BtoM'high in the estimation of s^ce companies by killing Mlgs Do-  ���������thelr -nolghbwrB fenbach.  FAMOUS  PE RIALit i;M IT ED"  FAST DAILY SERVICE   BETWEEN ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC.  ���������Kiist-c.liu-8 slfP|������'i-3 on all Tra'mt).  Tourist Onrv piws Ki-vi Ibtoke. daily for  St. P������ul, Fridays for Montreal and  Botiton, .Sundays und Wednesdays tor  Toronto.  Improved connecting service to and  troin  K00T������NAY COUNTRY.  DAILY  TRAINS.  Kant. Wirt  4.30 arr.         Kevelstoke. arr. 21.20  4 1-j lv,           Revelstoke. lv. 21 .Ki  To and from Kootenay points,  o IK1 !v. Revelstoke. arr. 21.00  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymar|.  Pralytas and delivery work m, s������ealal-  ty. . txmmm mfrrmym ramAy oa ahortMt  ruxtirm.  . rjofitrAata tor lohMn*, **itmm,  mj3    u-mx-i J   JU JL^JJ  ��������� _��������� I ��������� 1.1 I   I    I        I -I  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  Blacksmithi ug,   Jobbing,  Plumbing,  Pipe Fitting,  -  Tinsmithing.  Sheet Iron .  Work,   Machinery    K������V  paired.  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  KOJBX. GHOKDOV  KevelBtoke-  For Hate.--. Tickets, and full information i������pply to a^ent Revelstoke, or  E.J. C0YL-.  ' A- O.P. A.  Vancouver,"^. ���������*.  T. W. BRADSHAW.  Aftat.  I \el;t������l<f  --\..  UndertakiBK nnd Embalminor  R. Howson & Co,,  ��������� xjxcntrxzTE avu.  Il������tall TV^U-r������ln  Piirsli-o'e  i\  M  -II m  a **-i -I-****************** ***  : fr  X     CSr-WE FILL ***'  i   Prescriptions |  . *���������*  .i . Our Proscription Department ia nn- '4*  .j. equalled for tue care ami skill with fr  *    wuich our !>re?.erii>tii.us are prepared.     ������������  IS We carry alarye stock of the Yuretit of ���������*  ���������Li, .Wruss slid (Jhemhials. fc._  made to uny part of the ���������    fr  Night Bell on Door.       %  Delivc  Ci:y.  V    CANADA DRUG &. BOOK CO.   *  X ]ii:v_;i.stoke ji.  fr fr  fr .1^************** ******** j  /lf,fr!A/ ^rZ, ������& d&itfisR   &f������syT  rnvA/umw-* mml* *��������������� "J  -..^���������i  Nov. 1.��������� Benefit, c-oiiccil. mid   dance, j  lllldlT iLII.--|liL'C'S Of  K.  Of P. .'111(1 B.  of 1\. \  It. Ti'iiinuitin. in oiii'i'.iluuiso.  rooms in the Oddfellows Hall. The  I--ir.ar.ee and Managing- Committees and  tho Committee on lhe Voters Lists will  msc: at the same place and hour every  Monday and Saturday.  Coining; Events. |   El Presidente Ciftnrs at Brcttfn's.  Unlit f.n^i'l. I !h> Tliiiiiksftiviii-o: Tiu-  'l key supper nnd rnli'i tiiinmont in the  i opi'i-a luinse on Thiii's'ilny niglit.  i_ocal and General News'   Kootenay !,ndp', a. p. & a. ji.  ��������� I'lTcivi-ii ii  visit   I mm   (n-iiml   .Muster   "  ��������� Wat son on .Sat unlay and   enU'i'laiiiod  Up tii! polling day or until further notice ; 'iini in thsir IlkIj.i; room  in   tlie   even-  Ihe regular meetiug*- of   the   Liberal-Con- '��������� '"'-'''  .      .        ... ... ,      ,._,j   ���������������������������_���������:   ���������Louis Lafonne has  piii'cli:i*=iMl   villa  servative Association will be   held   ������ciy : ,,.,_,,,.,,.,. ^      *,,,.    j^,-/,,,,,,.   .lo-ircs l.i.  Wednesday evening at 8   o.   k.   in   their . inform iliti pulilic  that,   on   uiicl   aft"i-  ] Nov. 1st tlie   load   li'iidim; iirriiss   I hi-  said lot to tin; coini'tury will in- cloni'il.  John .Sandt'i'son. foreman on the  lluvi'lstnki! rlaim. .Sinilli Gri'i'k. caine  in on Kriday lo allcnd I lie i-'inkcrtoti  i'iisi1, a ri'pnrt. of wliich is sivon Wsc:-  wlii'i'i'. lie reports a satisfli-L-lory  coiiditinii of .-ilt'air.s on llio tilaiin.  ,1'is. C. llutc-liinson is ."-.lilTi'iinji from  an iillni'!*; of blood p.uisoniiif. in I lie  hand, as a result of lilnein). a Mire spot  mi tliu Iiiirk of his liand wilh a knife.  (1l' His arm swulli'd up liiidly nt. first, lull  thu symptoms have lieeome mini'  l'avor.ihli! undef meilitnl Ireatinent.  riie VSevelsloko Kink (Jo. met in J.  M. HeoLl's ofiice yesterday iiftcrnooii  and cleeted Llio following; linanl of  directors for the ensuing year: II. .1.  Bourne.', chairman, V. VI. Jj. Taylor.  Ur. Cross, O. li. McDonald. H. A.  Drown and J. Al. Scott, sucrel.-u-y.  ���������The Cash Bazaar is t lie stoi e for llie  Ladies. We nre showitif*-** very stylish  and up-to-date millinery, lilmisti silks  and tweed soiling, just the very  newest. Our stock in these lines are  now complete. Kindly call and see  our i;<iods.  A couple of handsome panels, which  havo linen contrilmted to tho Ladies  Aid of the Piesiiyteriiin church for  their eiiiertaiiiinciil* on Thursday  nielli liy John McLeod. nf whose  artistic hrush thi--y ai-ii lhe work, are  on view in the Uauadii, Drug <& Book  store.  Ask for El Presidente Cigar.  Thursday is Thanksgiving Day.  I'o-.ituy Court sits here tomorrow.  Jl[. \V. C. Jackson   is  now  editor  of the Kossland 1-tecord.  Hewitt Bostock, AI. P., was in town  la.-L Satin day on hu.-iinuss.  H-iii. 3. II. Turner went through to  >.'=lson yestei-d.-iy iiiorniuj;.  .Miss Jessie Heid of Vancoiiyer is  pjiying a visit to All's. 13. il. Atkins.  Billiard Room in Connection with  Brown's Tobacco Store.  I-'. J. Oovle, District Passenger Ase.nl  for din U.'l'. K. wns in tuivu on Sunday.  Contractor Koute has commenced  tniildiii}, operations ou the Hotel  Ciuiiing.  Miss .McCarthy returned nn Friday  lasi* from ii two week's visit to the  coasi.  Aid. and Airs. Newman left town  yesttffdiiy on a foi'tnighL's visit to  Poit'.and", Ore.  Tlie work on the streets was stopped  last night till the council finds out  where they are at.  Croups of the children of the puhlic  school nud kindergarten were taken  tin Friday afternoon.  Those who want to vote at the* next  municipal elections must pay their  tuxes by Nov. 1st, 1900.  The returning ollicer for Yale-  Cariiion h.is fixed the dale of the  ������������������lection for this constituency on Lhe  liUt, Nov.  A. L. Stewart, merchant of IP.ecillo-  wael, hit.-, lieen appointed mining re-  cui'dtii- at that place iu VV. Scott's  stead.  Assist. Manager XV. Cross of the C.  P. li., Winnipeg, spent from SiiUirduy  m Monday in lown un a. visit to Dr.  unit Mrs. Cross.  .Mis. Calder and family arrived nn  Sunday night in join Kev. NY". C.  CiiUiei". the new pasior of Lhe Presbyterian chinch.  IL A. l\-rley returned from Calgary  tin Sunn-day" and reports a very  lloisrish.ng condition of a/fairs hi tlie  yandsluiie.city.  ���������Lady wants position as housekeeper to gentlemen, tinuil cook, highest  references*:. Address "C" JlKUALU.  Kevelstoke, B.C.  W. Lawrence of Bourne Bros, came  hack from a trip to Nakusp yesterday,  i-ie reports lots of duck shooting ilovvn  there! and beautiful weather.  Until. Armstrong, up till recently  ���������staiion agent at lliecillev.-ael has been  appointed mining r.-coul.'i- there. Out  he has already left fur Nelson.  Kd. Adair. \i ho is foreman on the  new road lions town lo the selllement  iu the Illei.'illewiiet valley reports  about nine miles of road put in shape  -���������ind that Hit! work will wind up this  iveek.  A private car containing Gen.  ."Manager Willing of lhu Illinois Cen  In '  ,-ind     New   York   lay   over  here.     uu  ______turdiiv. iiig_U_________ __j ._    _   ..  Bro. Mathers Piped  After the usual .proceedings of the  Red Rose degree on Friday night.  Royalty lodge of thu S. O. IS. B. S.  unbent iise-lr for a pleasant evening.  The occasion was the pi esentalinn Lo  Bro. \V. Mathers, the worthy secretary  of .-i handsome pipe, suitable mounted  in silver nnd engraved with his name,  as a slight token of the esteem in which  his set vices ti> lhu lodge are held liy  the brethren. Tlie presentation was  miiilu hy worthy President Bro. E.  Mai-shiillsay. Tn Lhe gieat. regret, of  Lhe lodge Bro. Mathers is leaving  town for Vancover. Kis departure  will also hu deplored hy the K. of P.  of whicli society he is Llie Cliancollnr-  Cnmnianiler of Gold Range lodge here.  Hu will carry with him the best,wishes  nf a goodly number of Revelstoke  friends in his new home.  BIKTHS  A Searching:  Test.  In these Days of Hurry  and Rush the Medicines you  Use should be ofthe Highest  Grade, 3tid Absolutely Pure.  BXF~ Our tests convince uf tlmt ive  AMJ.��������� nre MilliiiK tht ������V~ I'"'"'!---*-*  trXSr- linule ni gXF" DiUKlS In the  fJSf- thu iiiurkel,   Our volume of  ������3ff~ iriulu   kIvims   us   CXF* fresli  gySF~ hiippliusiif oviTOtiiiiiif iiKiur  __5g.��������� line  lit   iruquunt   inlurvuls.  gXV 'UK' vou lutvc tliu ailvuiititgo  B3gT~ hei'u".  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  TAYI.OK BLOCK.  JlcKenzic Ave  66  TAYLOR &. GEORGE  THE  LATE J A MILS Oll.L it CO.  Men's  ss All "Wool Tweed Suits  Regular Prices, $8, $10, 16  Cut to $4, $6, ?S  PANTS  Mes.'s all Wool,-Serge and Tweed      n s.  REGULAR PRICE���������-$*2-$3_and $*  CUT TO-?i oo-?i so���������.$2.'  NECKWEAR  Men's Beautiful Silk Ties  REGULAR   PRICE���������soc-doc���������75c��������� and $1 00  CUT TO���������20c. each.  HATS  REGULAR PRtCE���������$1 50���������$2 00���������$2 50���������,'i!3 oo-$3 75���������1$4 00  CUT TO���������$1 00���������$1 50���������.$2 00���������$3 00���������$3 25 ���������  ���������  We are also giving a Cash Discount of 20 per  eent. off all our BOOTS and SHOES  . A Dainty Timepiece  Tho Ioni?t (lclfciitc filinin is the correct Adjunct for n  lV.inty Tinm I'iccd, mxt is usenl in s=o ninny other  ways you emi't afford to he without one,  AVe offer.specftil bnrf;ninsin thvsc ftislilunablc chains  eitliur with or without the watch.  ^'���������'  GUY BARBER, Watchmaker and Jeweller  ������m���������-���������MaciiUnzic AvenUe.  THE   FRED   ROBINSON    LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  MoDo.N'Al.u���������On   12'. li   iu-si.,     to   .Mr.  nnd ill's. JI. Ali'Uuiiuld iiil.-iiiKlili'i'.  Soi.W.w���������On   J 111)   inst., In  Jir.   nnd  i\Iis. A. Solwny 11 -son.  JIujih ��������� Oii   1-Jtli   inst..   tn   .Mt-. .-ind  Mrs. SliiiT.'iv Hiiiiii"! d.-ui'-rlili'i-.  *********'h****************  fr fr  2J We Repair  ' _[  * WATCHES ������  ������ CLOCKS, "r  and ali iriiids ol .Tcvi cilery  WHOLESALE  Wine and  am  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  <&���������?  O   i'iwv,.,?'<i->,i;-.::>  IA  -:*i.lliam;r  ���������*��������������� 111 mn K"  *-1*'-    ���������*    w    ~~..  Ir.-il, iind ;i large parly    oi   hidit-s   mid  jiriiiiiiin.-nt   lni.~ioii.-s   iiiuii   ol' Oliicaiio  ���������_i  If tlio   work   is  not satisfiU'COry we fr  rt-'iiuid vour liioiic-.-. fr  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK t  inul .stiinil by our jiuardiitce. Y  fr Wo also carry n jroo.l lino of Warclie" ^  *y ami .lewellory. which we (JUpo-e of at ^  fr 'iiu>iler������.le priees. :  t KM. ALLUM, i  The Loudiner  Watchmaker and Jeweler.  ******^*******������******-W*-fr  ��������� NOTICE  Of Sheriff's Seizure and Sale  ily virtue nf i\ Wiirrcii! of Execution Ip-aucd  out'of llie Cotintv Ci.tirt of Kooicntiv holden  aiXuIsnn, B.C. dated lhe 20ih day of September, anil direele.l to ihe Slieriii ^if N'ortii  Kootenay apuinsst lhe iroofi-i of ('. If. Brills  nud nilier-d at the. suit of Che Kootenay  I.umber (N>. Limited Liability for the sum ol  ?.)7.-|.M. I have this day seizfld and taken Into  exec ilton  the ore   from   the   lieatrlce   mine  .1, Siivaiti' came dnwn from Surveyor  Hui'k's uii'iiiii on jM-idny. The c-;iiiip  was Ihi-n at. ID Mil**-- inul llie _sui'Vijy  coiiiplc-li-d to within a mile of it.* Kernel Ii. B'inckiiiiii-e tiikins nut word for  thi- p.-u-Ly tn cniiiu in on hia '.v:iy down.  Tin; I'rcncli Theiitfi1 C:o. liiivu imiile  ;i d.ile ul- llie opi-i'ii hnust" tor Oct. 'JS.  :->J .ind 31. One of tin; pluys in tlit-ir  ii-pi-itijii-a is Qnii Viidis. whii-ii would  prove 11 mIioiik drawing c-Mil here.  The nintips "f Hi'-Kli McPhersim of  Tiiiiit Lake Cily. Thus. Mt-Nuiij;ht of  Jl.di-von Mnt Sprin.Ks and Chas. I.ind-  inark nn- in the Kiiaelti- as iippoinled  to he ju.-t.ic-e of the peace for i3rili.-h  Cnliiuihia.  The F. Holiinson Co. sawmill here  ha.-, .-tarti'd two lodging ciuii|is one  .'tcruss llio river and one up the Uij;  Bi-iid wagon road'. The limit, tu-ar  "SVi'mvain on which the cimip'iny liave  liec'n t'littiiifi'i'i I'xhunsieJ. Thev own  allot In-1- line limit neat- there on un  i.-lund in   the Columbia.  Thos. T.ivlnr XI. P. P.. returned  from Pjiiii-fi'on Friday eveniinr and  ^penl Satiii'ilay in town. lie-fore  It'iLvin^; Mr. V.VIIs he sav.' that ordi-rs  weie ^iven to have i he work on the  wimon mad -t.iri ed at onr-e. Mr.  Taylor reiiiiind iu Trout Lake. City  1.11 Sunday.  The farce of Turn I Jim Out, f'^prxlo      .._.,._ ,_ hprcbv _.n.n . M nn  three ([iiarters in an hour ol   lauprhlei. J d.ueol record   1   Intend to.upi'ly to ihe *r;h!c.|  PROYIXCIAL SECKETAUVS  -     OFI-TCK  His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor has  bfon plea.-ei'. to make the   iollo'.viug   A)ipoinc-  Gth September. t6W  John D.?ibhal<t, of the City of Hevelstofce,  F.-'iu.re, Police ll.ic'.-trat*". to hold a Small  llci.ts Court for the said City and within a  radiu-. ������f"13 files therefrom, viro JI. X  Cuuriier, Enquire.  l'2'.h Sepiembor. 10011  :���������'. G. Fai!<i������ier. of Xatii.- p, E-quire, lo   be :���������  .-'ll pendiary M ayiitrate,  Guvernnicnt Apeni.  -____^tiiant . Cnm.uissioner      of- l-aiio--!    and  "WorS  ���������A5S*.  Deaths   and  ond Collector un(5������r   the  ment Act,"  * Collector of P.evmic Tax.  nw'rict    Kegii'.rar oi  UirtL-  Marriages,  and , .,       ,  Kefri'trar nndc-r In" "Marrlftg<- Act," for tho  _ie\-***!*-.t*:>ke IiivNii.n of We,-t Kouienay ;  Gold Cninwilssioacr lor the Jtrsv>'l������to*fe,  Illpcin*".<-net. I.ardeau and Trout J.abc Mm  inir ^ll^isIor.���������';  i.ierk ot lhu ren.ee for the County of Koot-  cnav. and .      .      ,  lv.-triet Registrar of tbe lievelstoke ncstlnry  of th" supreme Court, vice Jl. X. Cour.sier:  J=:������ni!ire.  Walterfeott, of .llclllewnei, Ksqnlre. J. V.,  io be MinliiK ilc-cor'ier and  flollcetor of rteveiinc Tk.x for the Arro v I.aki:  Mlnirifr liivi^lon. and a  Provincial     I'oliie   ('oiictali!..,    vice   1*  -itiiaie la tlie .Larueau .-tliniuj; Divi-lou, abou  in Mil- of which Is at riunhnurno, and  abr.ui j ..' L'i'i'LLL "iV-.fn;Vre"t'rii:i������fcrrcri to   Ilevl-tolo..  :!") tons on  tlie rav hide trail about   ���������;   mllo*;       ij,,-,,,.^ Ariii-ironir, of Iilf-riil',������a*"i,   l-."|iiire  from i.'ainbourne and about lu lihi in the kIiimI | ,    | ��������� M|n|.,-. Kcorder and  at the licorice mine.   .\l.*,o a quantity of tool- ;     <-.,"n",.f.l0r 7,f Itcvenue Tax   for  '.he   IllTlIU'-  >teel.   lood.-tuff.   etc.,   in   tne   clblu   at    the; ,   'vj,,;,,..   7>(vl-ioii.    vice   Waller  fceott,  lleat.-ice mine, the properly of   tl>i> s-ilrt_('.. It  ��������� ��������� '-        ���������-  On nnd after this dale our prices for Cut Firewood will   he  as   follows:-���������  $100 Per Cord at Mill  $2,00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH.  FRED ROBINSON, _____ Managing Director.  Large nnd \\\\[\ Iii-jrhiod  SiUllp'ili   "illOKla   Huiiteil by Hot Air \\\\<\ Kluctric.  JJulls hiul Light in every room  Tree r.iisMno.ts All Tniins     ^  KeavfjnabJc Kiitc    _^-.i:-'������Orr'Tn-JiJ viotOH.ia^  .JOHN V. PR1?KB,  Pi;o:>;m.;Tiin.  Xiiflit   drill >"i ir.i -'n o-.nnedion lor Iho Convenience of Rucsts  Henv^^Sl-f.lilVunlSiai.r.n ��������� [j^������%������ QS"fe������ B?,������,    lo^o  TntU  JSX k I x $���������  V_J"  Abo-  *-V       a 1    a     ���������     ������  { f _ on tiro talking of a Full  Puife, xxa want to do :i Ji'ttle  tail kin$r, too.  Our New Goods are Just iii  ^o '.vo iuo inu*rfstud, and xi'c  tjiiiiK we run inteiost you by  sho wi nc; I horn.  Eleuniit  Uniting  for   Fall,  Minis' Fiinii>h"mgs. etc. Conie  in and seu them.  J. B. CRESSMAN.  MAdl-niN'ZIK Ai'ENUE.  on.osiisr.c3-  OTJ02  SJ^LiE]������������������.  GOODS AT YOUR OWN  PRICES  EVERYTHING MUST GO  NOW OX AT  M. K. LAWSON'S  Mackenzie Ave.  Percent  Reduction  ON ALL SUMMER GOODS  which Includes���������*  LA \VN SPRINKLERS  ICK CREAM  FREEZERS  Only TWO REFRIGERATORS  WATER COOLERS  WATER FILTERS  COAL OIL STOVES  Hunt forget to nsl: (or the discount..  This ofer la open to the end ol  the  Uluuill.  '-^-W; M* Lawrence  llnrdwuri1. 'J'lnw.irfe. Stoves.  I'nints. Oils dud tilans.  __BT-Ageiit toi HiiL'i!lto:i Powder Co.  usiunucasEi  jacEssrarauBim  Ui'd Ito-ie Hesree liieetn iceond und fnurth  Fridays of each luoiith; While Roue li������Kr*i������  meets lirst Friday of each month.InOddfellowi.''  Uall.   \ isItinK brethren welcome,  WM. MATHERS,  Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGfc LODGE   No. 1658.  /tciriilur inebtliiKR aru held In tho  Oddfellow's Hnll on thc Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. nharp.  visiting brethren roriTUlly invited  TH0S5. STEED, W.M.  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F., No. 3461.  Meets In tho Odrtfel-  luns'llnll.bn thcBecoml  and fourlh Mondays of  each month. Vls'itlnx  hrelhren invited to attend.  B. R. ATKIVP. 0,W.MITCHELL,  Ohlof IiaiiKcr. Kec.-Kec.  ������.'  Gold Ranffe Lodge K. of P.,  No. a6, Revelstoke, B. C,  Mfi-t.s every Wi><ltii\stlny in  Ofltlf'i'llows' Hull nt. 8o'clock  Visiti"a*' K������'Klit������ invitcil.  Wm. i-ilATUKwa. O. C.      ::::::  :    :.  :    :    J.Savaoe, K. of R. * S,"  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better limn riches ,  We have tfie' name of mnkliiK  the urily Stylish Siilti In Town  ��������� fiir diiralulity und qualltr  they iilno excel. , . L.  ,i3i>,.������.._._^ TRY" ONE  ���������RS.. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, Loudon.    Sevc������ vean  at   Morra  nnrlm,  Swansea.     17   vearti  Chief  tjheinlft  to WlKiin conl nnd Iron Co.-,  r.rxe  Lute i.heiiilst and Assayer, Hall Mines, >_td.  Claims examined and reported upon.  ,_ Revelstoke/B.C.  All nature is mulling and gay���������  Should you kii hunting today:  And shoot hy good luck,  Ilcur, Heer, f'urtrldgo or Iluek,  I can mount "eiu for moderate pay.  H.W. EDWARDS, Taxidermist  Third Street,'itovelstolie, 11. C.  ���������hl"b*.i<***************.fry,****  " EDISON'S *  STANDARD'  -  PHONOGRAPH  . Willi all lhe. huest. linprovenients fr  --will Hike and reproduce records, fr  I rice    ft:,    cnnipleie,    including j,  "oi'iirdor, Jtnproduccr, llrr-*s Horn 2.  laiiphli-i!    SliMving     Knffiv   Kar 5  lubes.   Ciimuls   liair   Hrush,   Oil fr  ''mi���������iilMi'liulf 11 dozen records and j.  uoukij of in.-itructii.u. -i  ���������c.j. a:  OIVK YOU TKETII ATTENTION  When they first need ir. before ������hc\-  givo.yoii [iilIii, thereby avoiding needless suffering and asHsuring more *intl-  fuclory and permanent work, and at los  cost, than if left until tlie Inner hbecs  of decay. . "  rgess,  Dentist,  Taylor lllock.  FOR SALE  Furniture and Equipment of C. P. R.  Boarding House,  Field. B. C.  Apply to D. ALTON,'  sep2.-> If  I' il������l'l: H.C.  WM'*^**.*************%.****:t  ryiE^ee':  r.rii;i.'.*i and otliers, which ("shall nell by Puhlic  Auction, Ht  Hotel. Comaplix, on   Monday,  October 22nd, 1900,  or so in uch thereof ai shall saihfy the ah-^vc  cceciiilou with all eo-'t.-'. expenses, hhenff'������  fees.etc., unless the said amounts nre sooner  paid.  Dated this Otli day of October, lrilD.  JAMKS TAYLOR,  octliVOt Deputy hhorlff.  MOTICE  will Ih: put* itxt liy a stionK iini.itiMii  en:-!, .-it tin- Fiiiii-r.-'.iiltht-iii'iitHtili'itniri-  iiifiir. on Nov. 1st. TicketH fur tliu show  iii-u M-Uiiii: fiiMt. inul lii(i.-f "'ho lidvi..  ii(niaht. i.iii'ii-s .������hrxil.l seciii-c Llifil' suf.t.s  :iL tliu Cm.uiu Oriip & Honk stoi-is ut  out".'.  An i-laborate ser.-ifts of tuli'e.iiix  viviint- will fi-niii ;> chief I'lMtini' of  I lii'-i-vrtniiiis's I'lil'-iliiiiiiiu'iit. wliich is  lii-iiiu tiot up liy the Liulics' .-Mil of l.lin  Vi-...-hvti.'1-inn -cliiircli foi' Thuisil;iy  iii^'hL.' The ])i-Dcceilin(rs will coin  liie'ncR with 11 tin key supper served  <m the floor of tliu hull in (.'M fiushioiied  Thuaks-KivitiR style and n most enjoy-  iihle.eveninp; may confidently he anticipated.  The pfeliniiiinry investi^alinn into  |Iim chrirce ))iefei roil hy I''. i\x\tl>xr\ y  at;aii].-.t .lamer. Pinkerton. of .stealing  jiolil fruiii the sluice linx at the Ruve1-  stuki! claim on .Smith Cluck was inarli.'  liv F. I-'ruser. .T. I'., yencerrlay. (i. -S.  yu-Ctxl:>;��������� iinne.'ii'w! for tho com-plain-  .mt .ind 3,-Xi. Sci.'U for lhe ilefendaut.  The a-.'C'Jfcd w.i-j t'cintnitted for trial,  mouth nfior  ... .0 III"! fjhlis  Coininis-'ioner of Lands rinil Works to pnrehfiM.  Wlaci'esof Inixtl in tliedi-strietof West knoLrnii-v,  described as follows: f:oinrnenc.in^ nt a po������t,  marked ��������� Alexander Grc.-n. North-on^t corner"  plm-c.l on the West bank of lliineaii Itiver.  adjoining p'.M. inarked "Sr.moel I.ilffnli'.n,"  about lifieen chains South of too junction uf  Ihi-.icau River and tiie WesM'ork, tnence South  fortv (I*.) chains thence v. est twenty (-tit) chains,  therice Xorth forty (10) chain--., liien'-c Kast  twenty I'-a!) cliains to p.ac(; ol cniiinicnfciriciit.  f'ated at West Fork, Duncan Ilivur, H.C, the  i.tii day of ?epii:ii]'.>ur, IWili.  octl'Mrnlt ALKXAXDKU OliKKN.  Iv-'iulre. transferred 10 .Nakusp.  "notice to creditors"  IN the .Ma'.iqr of Iho K-'.ate n)  liob'Tt Som'.", liM-** of I'cvcJ-  stoke. liiuluei-r. deceased.  Xolice I-. herchv given pur^nnui to Siolutc  that ail crcdlmri and otficri having flniinr  a.">iln-.t llie i-naie nf the said Hubert -"oiii*���������<,  who di.'d on or about the T.'th April, IM'. arc  required, on or.b.'fore the. loth dayof Oelotnr.  t-rtcj. tosend l.y po������t prepaid or rialiver_lo Mc.  i.e.1. S. MeCarter of I'.cveNtnk.-, yollcilor for  Mar-.- Siuiicx tin." Aitmlnl������rrntrlx of Ihe t������latc  of a������������l deceased,ihcl'i'Iirlrirlun and --iiriiiinies,  nddrevesiiiid descviptioiis, the full particulars  of their cliiin-., thc-uaieinciil of t!ieiracco:iiit������  and the nnt'ire" of lhe s.-curities, if any, held  by tt.ei.'i. nil duly verified.   .  And notice Is further given tnat after su*������h  la*?t ineniionnd (late the snid Admlulstrarri**!  will proc'-'-rl to di-rribiite theyr.id estat" ofthe  r)cci>iis"d among lhe partie-"* entitled lh������reto,  having rcgiird nnly to the claims of which sh"  shall then have notice and that Hie <mn  Adiiilnlstrnrrlx will not b" llahlo for the said  iisweis or anv pari thereof 10 any por'nn or  of who-e ciiilins notice shall not have been  received hy her at the time of siich '.Istrf-  bi.tiou.  Iin.te.1 the Ith (lay of September, A.P., IWO.  CKO. H. .McCA I'.TKR,  Solicitor for it tit v f-'omes, Admlnlstrntrix  of tbe Kstatu of llobertrioincs, duceiuiud.  Baker  AND       ...  Confectioner  Bread - Delivered - Daily  CALL AND INSRGCT OUR STOCK OF  BS  PENDRAGON  HOTEL���������.-recd=______.  ..-CAMBORNE, B.C.- '--  IfCfKliillarl-ers fo^ tho I-'ish Itiver  Alining .District.    ''  ���������  .(!tttnhor,lie'f.i'..*5-l{iiiited-'ai"th*g,eiillrtuVnc.(< of  Kish lllvelvitflil PohlCrtek it ml (s Hlthlll tasy  distiiiiisu 0/ tilt' liilhes of the Uch ti/lnip.  FIRST-CLASS AGCOMMODATION  . 'rile 1)ar is sufiblJUd with nrst-ninss Wines,  lilqliors .111(1 Oi������rths. '  5! 1 Jf, JlUCll-MirAS'       : ���������    :       Proprietor.  __j^uA(i(lress Comborne via Comaplix.  LEWIS BROS.  OrX^XFrX^X^iJ^X^ IiTSURAUOE ^G-SliTTS  Money to Loan on Eeasy Terms.    Rents Collected.  FIIIST .STIii-:I-:'!-, JiAST OK molko.v.s uajvk.  SOLS' AGENT  <?!������  m  m  #  %  i^\\  TO  I  if  I..LOTS FROM $iso: UP-  -ON   EAST   TERMS-  ���������tilt   CITY EXPRESS  K.W.JI.l'AGET, l'rop.  l'minpl. deliverv of parcels, boggnge, etc., to  ilhy partof tiio city.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  Ail flr-flew left nt K. M. SmythcM Tobacco  liloriti nr liv Telephone No. 1.M3 will receive  Ilium|d nifcutlnn. ^T  Uoriari Paper  in Tablets Snd Package.  A    well? nss-i 1 i-I i".*rl   cl ii<-|<   1 1'  'WHITING   MATERIALS  .D.& BEWS  jJLji.!  Urucpisls c.nil Stationers    :    Ilro������n Dlrtffc  NlfillT I1KLL.  To Housekeepers  ������&    Now It* tins   tiiiio  in   put   hi   vour  Winter'.-, supply nf  Vegetables  at reasonable prices.   Thecoods are  lirst class and ini'lurit'  POTATOES, TURNIPS,  .CARROTS  BE-ETSJ ONIONS. PAftSNlPS,' -  Also for sale aboiil III tons of  \   "  S. D. CROWLE,  >-!S>u Ruvclstoke. P.O.  Its all Right  I.rnviiliiitf you aru   patronizing  the Steam Laundry. .'  We need your fauppoit. - Do we  merit it?    Oome mow   let  us  ., 1 oason together.   Cnn you give  us   nny just  reason   why   we  should not do your washing?  F. BUKER,  ��������� Proprietor". '        Telephone -13  L. A.  FRETZ  Qontractor  and Builder  Houses and Stores to Rent  and For Sale.  Jas..1. "Woodrow '  BUTCHER  Itetail Dnalei'tn��������� ''.'  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  ��������� AILorders promptly filled.  gfflffnyg'tgS,.. RBYBHTOHB, Btg.  ��������� .    For Sale.  Chatham Wairons���������Slneli double tires���������������i*f70'  Sleighs���������3 inch runners���������f2'J.  Harness���������per sfilt���������f 16.  Aperajocs, comiilete���������fin.   '  Pack .Snddlcli-ttt M.Wi.  The   above, RltKough second hand, aro 1ft  lirnt-elabB condltiu'ii.  Apply to  T. KRAHAM,  Albert Canyon, B, G.  NOTICE UNDER  THE  "CREDITORS' TRUST DEEDS ACT."  Notice is hereby given that William Xf.  Lawrence of tho town of Revelstoke, in the  Province of British Columbia, Hardware  Mcrcharif. has made an asnignmont to mc,  Jaiucn Henry Aahdoivn, of the City of  Winnipeg, in the Province of Man Hobs,  Wholesale Hardware Merchant, for tbo benefit  of his creditors.   .       .  Tbe said deed bears date, the jstli day of  September, A.D., 1B00, and was executed by  thc said .lames Henry Ashdown on the ilst  day of September, A.D. 1000.  ,  Dated at Winnipeg, tbis 2-Jth day  of  Sent-  ember, A.D., 19U0. / .   .  -c'l  r    '���������','    ���������" J.-II..ASimOAV.V.  oct2-lnjrlIr.3 Iruslco,  il  H  tr  1  (i  J

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