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 ���������-'���������.-.in--     .-\L$''.-'  I- '  -ISSTTIEID   TWIOE-A-WEBK - TUESDAYS    J^ISTXD   X^X^XXDJuTTS-  Vol.  IV.    No.  83  REVELSTOKE, B.   C,      TUESDAY,     OCTOBER   30, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  iri  '{fVi,  IIP  m.  tUt.- ���������  C. B. HUME  &C0.  Feather  Weight  Christy's  Brown and  Black  Very Latest Styles.  Soft Hats  In Soft Hats  we have the  Latest on  the Market.  ���������CiukJ. 1 ���������  are now the  sellers.  COME AND SEE THEM. :  MACKINAW  CLOTHING  We handle only the  "CARR'S   Mackinaw  They are acknowledged the  Best.      Every   garment   is  ' guaranteed  ������X������XS)������tXt>������3������������2-5^^  ONTARIO IS ALL  RIGHT  Will Give the Conservatives From Fifty-  Five to Sixty Seats on a Moderate  Estimate.  Tokonto, Oct. 17.���������At 11 meeting of  the executive committee of the Liberal-  Conservative Association this  evening  tlie following statement, was given ont:  " The ropoi r,  telegraphed   hy   tlie  I.a  Presse correspondent from Toronto is  evidently   au  attempt.   l"o   revive the  drooping fortunes of the Liberal  party  in Quebec.   It is entirely  wide of  the  mark as far at Ontario  is   concerned.  The party in this Dominion is solidly  united   under   the   leaden ship   of   Sir  Chiirle.s Tupper, who presents the muiiu  policy in  every  part of  the   country,  The Conservatives of Quebec may rely  upon it that Ontario will give a  larger  Couservative'inajorilv at tlio approaching  elections   than   iu   any   previous  period of ils history.    The  electors  of  this province icalize���������as do lhe electors  of   the  'ithor    provinces   of   tbe   Dominion���������that the measure of prosperity  which generally obtains is  due  to  the  fact that we have been blessed for  llie  past four years wilh abundant harvests  which have aubslinitially improved the  position   nt' the farming community,  and that the position of the manufacturing industries  is a  tribute to  the  .statesmen who, against the protest nf  the r   Liberal      leaders     gave     them  that   measure   of      protection    which  was   necessary     for    their    development, and whicli has not lieen serioiioly  affected by the legislation  of  the  past  four years.    The speeches made by tlie  the  Liberal  leaders  last   niglit   were  remarkable     for      their       omissions.  Thousands of people, both Liberal   and  Conservative,    went   to   the  meetings  to hear  what   could   be   said   by   the  apostles of Libui'iilNm, as to the accusations'which   have   been   made,   not  only liy the Conservatives but by  such  leading  Liberals  as  Mr.  II. 11.   Cook,  ex-.M.P., but the audiences were  sadly  disappointed, and the  general  opinion  in ihe city to-d*iy is that the Conservatives are more than justified  in  accusing    the     Liberal     party   of   having  betrayed the electorate and dishonored  every pledge they  gave   in  1SO0.    The  province of Ontario will return at least  ,;">5 to 60 Conservatives.     This  estimate  i.s inside the luark, iiud'if  it  were   mil  foi the  open, and  disgraceful  aili'ince.  wiih   '.he   local   government   and   llie  unblushing   and indiscriminate use   of  .corruption   funds,   lhe ' Liberal   parly  .would be.swept oiil of existence in this  province.        The       Ci fusel va lives     of  Otilaiio are sati.-lied lhat the'opinions  of La I'i esse correspondent are entirely  unjustified,   and     they     appeal     with  coniiili-uce to their   fellow   workers   in  the other provinces   lo   assist   i!ie::iiu  repeating the-glorio ns vicloiy nf IS78.'-  %mpjrj>*.������j**-.������$&.tTje&+)*+&*jHWPj>#iw*i  \+*������**#*&&*&>&*jp*������*&WHm^^ jt  MENTAL STORE II  ���������! .5<Ss)������a������SS������G^^ ������SXs>s3������������������������������^^  Prompt  Delivery  Is the second consideration in our GROCERY  Trade. Quality is the  First always.  You miss many good things  ���������you'don't save as "much  as you might, if you fail to  send us your grocery or.der.  Come before the.Best  ,    are Picked Out  I  ***A-**********************  C. B. Hume & Co,  _ ���������Billy Wise, ilie  kill.      Alba   Heywood on theCtii.  A Startling Comparison.  In days like these,   whcii'rthe   Government press devotes itself tu   misre  presenting ihe   linancial   coiuliuoii   of  tlie country, it is satisfactory   to   have  au authority to   full'   back   upon   that  cannot he questioned.   . -    *  The Statistical Year Book for 1S0D  has been issued. The wale scope it.  takes, the vast labor spent in making  the tables <;orrect, and ' the evident  pains to'ma'ke every subject, easy .to.  understand, do credit lo he com; i er  Mr. Johnson. ... ��������� ���������'.' ���������>"  The disputes between t.he Conser'viv-  "tivesand'the advocates' nf���������tlie-Gov7"  eminent centre most, over the revenue,  the expeniiiture, and the additions to'  the debt. The following compirison  shows at a glance tbe difference between 180(3. the year wh.-r the d.-  servitives left, nllire, and last year:  Raised by  Revenue  i-ourcus  loans...  tftxri.  frum  nml  other  from  lSfif.  . ? ^7,750.C(.0  Jtr.ri  ? 3-1 .!).���������* 0,0*00  8,8*50,000  Total revenue *'"G.fiOO.nGO  Kxuendiiure .-    -1 X.xnv 0U0  G rcivs debt    3:>5,70b.0������l  ���������Tuxutlnii per lieiul  yi.l'-J  tiro.ss debt per head.... f(i3 oo  To simplify  these   figures  left out   fi actional   tluni-mnd  . ll.T.'P.OfO  T ���������IU.7:n..ouii  Sl.lUU.llIti  SJ5,Riu,uaa  ji; :,&  ���������JGI.97  we   have  :������.      Tliey  show that in three years both revenue  and expenditure have increased ten  million dollars.-'  ���������- That is, tiie Government lias received ten millions more of yearly  income,. spent it all, and incm red  twenty million dollars more debt.  Exception may be taken because the  gross debt, instead of (he net debt, is  quoted. Our reason for doing so is  that the assets include so many questionable! items that the amount they  are totalled at' could not nearly be  realised.���������Huntingdon "Gleaner'' (Lib.  eral.)  1  If you want help in deciding about the new j;  Suit or Costume-you are planning*, we. invite you |  to visit our Dress Goods Section and  look over the different materials,  seeing for yourself the varying  weights, textures and surfaces. It  will give you the best idea obtainable  of the merits of the different pieces,  and we will be happy to have you  make use of our immense stock in this  way; Every prevailing shade and  every different stylish fabric will be  found here, guaranteed!in dye> and of the finest  weave and finish, so that you may place entire  confidence in-the quality of .the goods:  *     - - \ .    '���������  ********************i^*****************:**'M-********'*A'************i  "9$  ������e  Aiixioiis.to.equip.themselves- or peiliaps in luisle beause  we suggest a vi.sit io o*iir Special Departments where a  stylish army of ��������� -  ofthe suddenly, cooler weather  most, extefifrjve  and   worthily  Fashionable Fall Costumes and Stylish Coats.  Tailor Made Skirts and Dainty Shirt Waists.  ': ..   .  Beautiful Millinery, Exquisite Furs  and ail the oilier needfuls in the way of  Shoes,. Vests,   Gloves.   Warmer Underwear  Etc*,-await your inspection.      You cnn pick   them out today and have them home and  ready to wear by/night. '   -  Iu'our Men's Store we are showing an unusually high class-stock of  I Overcoats, Suits, Hats, Furnishings,Etc.  2     and other requisites-frpm which a complete wardrobe   can  be  cnosen  if  desired.  All  "needs in Men's nnd- Boys' Wear can be purchased here on shortest ������������������ otice at'lowest prices  -: "Worthy, Styles in New Fall GK1 eves....  If there is one nliiee in Revel  Tlie.-e come lo ns Iii-iii llie Bi  1'iin gu'aiinntee"every jinirlo)  .lol;e \vb"re yon ran he sure of getting good Gloves, that, place is tliis Store.  *^t Glove M.ikers we know of, and being made of cirefully selected materials we  jive siltisl'actoiv Wear.  .Bargains in Feather Boas.  low  prices offered.   They're a thorough  ~t-"~*  If von aie siWceplilile I it cold e-onio and gee one of tbe.se Rons at the  pioleclioiiniiilI nl-.ii very soft mid lieeoining in appearance.  Big1 Reductions in Flannels and Blankets  Saturday's liii*-ine������s in Blankets and Flannels was disappointing lo us.       We wanted bigger sales, but the wet  weal Iier'interfered.    Now we want to make up for it on Wednesday and  would like you to help us  "Very Fine Jackets for $4,25--  11150 ULAlt  PIUCK-SU  ���������Josiah Allen's  wood on the Gth.  wife.     Alba   Iley-  Alba Heywood in Revelstoke.  J, Taylor lias made an engagement  with the Alba Heywood Co. to appear  here on Nov. Gth at the opera house.  The cimpany consists of Miss Gerlrnd  iMiiurne. a. hrillianb violinist. Miss  I_mile Cole, soprano and ballad singer.  Gustave Ulrich, a talented violon  cellist, and Alba Heywood himself,  comedian, singer and story teller, with  a wide ran^e of comic impersonal ions  from Wah Shing. the Cbinaman to  Josiah Allen's wife. This is a popular  :i9 well as strictly high class entertainment a in. ought to draw a  big house.  This offer means a grateful for those who come early enough to profit hyit.    We advise ynu to be very prompt  indeed if you are Jacket Hunting, and we feel confident that one of lliese Coats would please you.  Children's Woollen Undervests.  We emphasize these values for Wednesday selling; scan over them and decide to buy  while  the  pi ice  advantage is all in your favor.  Mi  sses  Jackets.  TROUT LAKE TOPICS  Mines and Mining Matters   in the Lardeau.--A Rumor That  the   Nettie   L  Has   Changed   Hands.���������Estimate   of  the Winter's Shipment.  Trout Lake,   B. C,  Oct. 22.��������� The  winter is approaching us rapidly;   we  had our first snowstorm   on   Sunday  morning,  lasting   but a  short   time.  Rain lias bftcn   incessant for  a week  past making the roads and  trails  nil  mud and slush.  With the approach of winter the  mines at work are arranging for the  taking out of ore during the winter.  Craig & liillman will bundle the Nettie  L ore and S. Daney the Silver Cup ore.  Tbo amount to be taken to deep water  this winter will he somewhat larger  than has ever been taken from the  camp before. The Nettie L people say  from 500 to 700 tons will be shipped.  Thi.s is succeeded by a rumor that the  pioperty has changed hands and will  put on all the men possible to develop  the mine rapidly, so as to get out  larger quantities of ore. Anyway we  may look for 700 tons from the Net tie  L, The Cup in all probability will  ship from 300 to 500 tons. This, wilh  other small shippers, will make quite a  respectable showing.  The. Free Coinage is to be worked liy  lease this winter and the Cheyenne  will tie worked by the owners^  We hear a great deal about properties changing hands in the near future  ���������two on the Northern hill, one up the  North Fork, several on .the Cup Mt.,  and'one.- tributary to Gainer Creek,  hut they are. yet in the. hands of the  original owners. So far we are in the  dark", but'ilwill he known in good time.  The mines "at work are developing  splendidly all along the line. The Cup  ores have increased in gold values  considerably of late and recent finds  surpass anything before found in this  metal. . ,   .  ' Mi*. Gregor, of .Rossland-'is; looking  over some well known property with  tlie intention of buying. This wilh.  several others will likeiy go through  this full, as .all .shrewd - mining men  realize that to come in on the ground  floor they must come in quickly, . .  On the 19th inst., the first case under  the Game law. came up before J. P.  McPhcrson.,f"E._G. Moyens and L. L,  Lai'.thes were' brought ^forward " for  shooting 'game without, n license.  They were fined $2 75 each, aiid no one  seems to know what become, of the  carcases. This case, is an eye opener  to many of the old timers . and new  timers too, who long tu distinguish  themselves in tne useless slaughter of  these animals.  A DISTINGUISHED CONVERT  John Charlton. So Long  An  Adyocate  For   Reciprocity,   Comes   Out    Flat  Footed For the   National   Policy   of  Sir John Macdonald.  The following   is  an   extract   from  the election address of John.Charlton. .  who   for  23    years   has   represented  Noitb Norfolk riding as member  and  supporter of the Liberal pait.y :.   .  "We are  engaged   in   the- work of  building up a nation.      We. have vast"  natural resources at our hands for thn  accomplishment   of this work.   It will'  become necessary, in   my   opinion,   if.  no remedy can be   found   through tho  removal of American restrictions,  nnd  if that nation continues towards.us its'  policy   of  buying .little   and    selling,  much, to adopt the remedy years   ngo>  foreshadowed (Jjy   Sir  John. A. Mac-'  donald. and resort   to   reciprocity   of.  tariffs.'   and   if   the   American   Hade',  policy   towards   ns   continues   to   lie',  repressive and   entirely   unresponsive:  to   our   own   moderate   mid    Liberal*:  policy,    1 tielieve   the change which is:  proposed should be a radical one,, and.'  that we would be warranted  in ndopt--1  ing   th'e   American standard of 50 pety;-'.-"  cent  dutv, leaving upon the free   list,."  of coui-se, nulhrcU-ite coal, raw cotton,;  and such articles as our .own   interestd;  (equired to permit the free importation!  of, and adopting a scale of   duties   on  manufactured   articles - which   would:  create great manufacturing   interests-;  here  and   enable   the    consumers   of.  goods   in   Canada   to   feed   the operatives who produce them."    With this-*,  radical advance in  the scale of  duties "  I   would   favor  granting  a rebate of ".-  about -10 per cent.,on- the" rate of duty?  imposed to any nation that  admitted-  our   natural ^products   free   of  duty,  within   a   reasonable   periqd-.of,time. ���������  This  rebate   would  at   once apply to--" -"  Great Britain, aud would be   a. statu���������>.  tory offer to the United States,'  which,  would produce more effect in;, tlie   dt--  lection of promoting   reciprocal trade  relations, in   my, qpinion, ,th**<n   any" ,  other policy.we could adopt."  ���������Wah Shing the Chinaman.  Heywood on the 6th.  Albn  Porto   Rico   Cigars,  5 'for 56c.  Brown's Tobacco Store.  at  -    -    Misses' Jackets ||  v;  We have a Cloak Stock that would do credit to niurh larger places I ban Revelstoke. Our Cloaks find favor       *���������*  with the hest and most critical dressei-*, wliile our prices are just as pleasing to those who spend their money  carefully.   -������ "_  '  Gotten and Flannelette Goods  These are the home needs that everyone requires, as a consequence every one will lie interested in the saving  'lai-gain |)i-ices we promise for the balance of this week. They will make, a big difference in the cost if you use  malty yai'ils at a time of these staple goods.  BOURNE : BROS.  ���������*"��������������� 1J������������MMI������UtWW������������H ��������� ��������� IJLJUI.-lllll-WIMMMMIirMMMI^MWa  General Merchants      . Revelstoke, B.C.  FOREWARNED, FOREARMED  John Charlton M. P. Advises Canadians  ��������� to Profit By the   Experience   of   the  Empire in South Africa.  Speaking at Lynedoth Mr. .John  Charlton said, concerning the French-  Canadians, that Ganad.-i hud to learn  something from the experience of the  empire iu South Africa.. God foihid  that he should say anything against  the French or call their loyalty into  question, but he could not be ignorant  of the fact that the tri-tolor is shown  in Quebec-.-i-tlioiisaiid-ti'iiies-where-the  Union Jack is shown once." Thesepeo.  pie look back wilh regret to the time  when the empire passed from the  hands of France to England and the  history of Norlh America was changed,  and .while he would rot abridge one  iota the privilege the French-Camullan  possesses or insinuate might as to his  loyalty, yet he would say that the  sifety of Canada lay in Anglo-Saxon  hands, mid, realizing that, he felt it  would not lie improper to have a  British garrison stationed in Quebec,  ready at any moment to assert British  authority under.' any circumstances  or emergencies that might arise. He  did not say this because he wauled to  insinuate that lhe necessity would  come for it, but be would say "Forewarned is forearmed," and we cannot  allotd to trifle with the future. In  conclusion Mr. Charlton said there  were two courses open to Caniidn: to  become absorbed with, tbe United  States, the most powerful n-ition next  to Great Britian���������(( ries of "Never!")���������  the other was identification with the  Empire of Great Britain, and he  prefened the latter alternative.  Crisis in Newfoundland.    .  i  .On the day after the general election*1,  in. Canada,   one   week   from   today, .  general elections will be held  in New-  foundland.-and.be. tbe nibs.t iroportant t-  and far reaching   that" have, occurred",  in that colony. ,..On,.th.e.one.sid"e Rre . -  arrayed "all   the  forces, that  can  lie .  marshalled by the government, of the  day,   led   hy  Premier .Bond" and   Mr. .  Moiris, while opposed to them,"are the-.  tremendous influences wielded by the.  fiiultf-milli6n;iire R.G. Reid, popularly  known as the. Czar of Newfoundland. .  and reputed to lie   the   largest  land- ; -  holder   on   earth.   The   international'  importance of   the contest is found ia'-  the fact that Mr. Morine, the leader of -.-'  the opposition is a Canadian,  who-is  understood as* favoring the annexation',-  of Newfoundland to the  Dominion of,  Canada, while his opponent, Mr."Bond,  who   recently  succeeded .Sir   James.;  Whiter as Primetlinister, is an -advo-'.  cate of   closer relations   between   the-  island colony and the United States.  Kaslo  Owns the   First  Tin. Found   in  Canada. -. -  - Tin'has.been discovered in the ore ���������  taken from the- Dayton ^group, of .  which G. T. Kane is the principal -  owner. The claims are located about .  three miles from Mirror lake and'.,  near!y__ five_ miles   from _ Kaslo..:Ore,-.  treated hy. local assayers -shows high .  yalues'in!tin,.$4m gold and eight per-,  cent, copper.   .A quantity.'of.this ore.,  has beeu shipped to.the assay office at*.  Ottawa^ and   a ;report js.  anxiously-,  looked for by the  owners..   .The   Do-,  mimpn. government offers jy.premium  of 850,000.to the discover, of  the   first  tin mine in.Canada, and it  will   be  a.  great credit to Kaslo if Mr. Kane and.  his partners . should   find   that .they _  have a tin producer in" the  DTiyton'.���������  Kontennin.  El Presidente Cigars at Brown's.  Copper is Likely to Take Another Jump.  The demand for copper on both sides  of the Atlantic is fully equal to the  supply. English, financial writeis  were of the opinion when copper took  a sudden upward move some months  ago that some one was trying to  corner the* market, hut the fact is now  becoming apparent to tbem, as it was  known to us from the first week ot  the rise, that if production, as heavy  as it is, was curtailed for even a short  time, copper would jump much higher,  for there is no more held any where  than enough to meet the demand.���������  Mining and Eng. Review.  ���������DennisMudd, I he Pessimist.  Heywood oil tbe 6th.  Alba  Alba Heywood's Bi-Chloride of Fun  Will cure everything (including  Iho  blues.)   .He   treats  the entire system  through the eye and ear.   Throats ci-  Htnide'd'wliile ynu   laugh.      No   pain,  except in the side.     You   yell,   but it '  don't hurt.     You   cry,   bnt it's from .  laughing.     Heywood is supported by  a company of artists, all   the  best   in  their line,     Not a dull moment, but a .  merry-go-round of   fun.     To  appear*  here next Tues3ay evening".'  S. A. Sutherland and Jas.   A. .Lade ,  nf Ferguson arrived in town from   the  south last night! ���������  Hon. W. C. 'WelN, Commissioner of ���������  Lands & Works and H.'   C.   Killeen nf .  Field, Supt. of Roads', are in   town today.  Up to the hour  of   going" to. press,  there was no official information with,  regard to the Big Bend   wagon - road  contract.  Tlie most beautiful lot of ladies  purses, the very latent styles and. all  shades, just opened at tbe Caaad*  Drug & Book Co.  ���������A large supply pf.fancy note paper,  correspondence cards" and envelopes,  printed invitations, cards etc.; just  arrived at the Canada Drug & Book  Co. -  A. V. Stewart and J. F. Harris, of .  Kamloops, intend to open a cigar.  factory shortly in the building at'  present occupied hy the Herald. Mr.',  Stewart has been wiih" the Inland'.  Cigar Factory of  Kamloops  for   the,.  I last six years and he thinks there is   .-&  good opening for a factory here.' w, j w**7, m_ii ��������� *' n": ������������������������������ V-*"*'*> * ������* * '-��������� ���������^'MV'  Revelstoke   Herald  Published In the interests of  Revelstoke, Lardeau, Bis Bend, Trout  Lake,  llltclllewoet, Albert Canyon,  Jordan      Pass      and      Eagle  Pass  Districts.  A.   JOHNSON' PROPRIETOR  A Semi-Weekly Journal, published  In the interests of Revelstoke and  the surrounding districts, Tuesdays and Fridays, making closest  connections with  all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads..  U.60 per Inch, slnglft column, $2.00 per  Inch when lnsertect on title page.  Legal ads., 10 cents per inch (nonpa-  riel) line for first insertion; 5 cents  for each additional Insertion. Reading  notices. 10 cents per line -each Issue.  Birth, Marriase and Death notices,  free.  Subscription Rates: By mall or  carrier, J2.00 per annum; $1.25 for six  months,  strictly In  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  style at honest prices. One price to  all. No job too large���������none too  small���������for us. Mall orders promptly  attended to. Give us a trial on your  next order.  To Correspondents: "We Invite correspondence on any subject of Inter-  eat to the general public, and desire  a reliable correspondent In every locality surrounding Revelstoke. In all  cases tho bona fide name ot the  writer musi: accompany manuscript,  but not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE  HERALD.  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 flrst be offered for  publication to that paper betore It  can appear in THE HERALD.  COMMENT  NEEDLESS  Le Journal  de  Hon.  Mr.  Tarte.  iu  Paris,  April 5.  1900:  "The remembrance of thc mother  land (France) still lives in Canada.  But we are under the necessity of  acting -with policy, and  discretion."  Hon. Mr. Tarte, at Rouen, France,  June,  1900:  "Allow mc- to say so, and allow me  to repeat it, that we have remained  French; we are more and more so;  we are more Preach than we were 20  years ago, and more than we wore a  year  ago.     (Applause.)"  Hon. Mr. Tarte, at Rough, France,  June,   1900: /  "Vie represent over there the  France of Europe, and I do not think  I am mistaken in saying that before  25 years we shall form the majority in  North  America."  Hon. Mr. Tarte. at Rouen, Franco.  June.  1900:  "Our eyes are constantly turned  towards you; your reverses strike us  full in the breast; your success Is  our greatest' joy. We are, certes,  loyal British subjects, but above all,  French."  Hon. Mr. Tarte, at Rouen, France,  June.   1900:  "If one day you come, and 1 hope  the greatest number among you will  come, to visit Canada, you will see  as you ascend the great river discovered by your compatriot, .Jacques  Cartier, the tri-color flag displayed  above our villages, because it is the  national flag of French-fanadians..  (Loud applause.)"  Hon. Mr. Tarte, in Le Journal dc  Paris. April  5. 1900  :  "Frank  declarations   (on  the  South  African   war)   might  arouse  the   susceptibilities  of the  English,    without  satisfying ih-e French."                 t  Hon.  Mr.   Tarte,   in  Le  Journal   de  ^_=ParLs,_Apri!- 5,-1900: = = .   "It is quite possible that in their  hearts 93 per cent ot the French-  Canadians disapprove of the war, and  think that Canada should have put  the money to more practical use."  Hon. Mr. Tarte. in Le Journal de  Parti,   April  5,  1900:  "Canada is much more French than  it -was 20 years ago, and if the tide  of English immigration were to be directed elsewhere, the French-Canadians might  recover thc majority."  Hon.  Mr.  Tarte,  at Paris.  June  21,  1900:  "Ho eulogized Papinc-au. and,said ho  waa glad to be able to inform his  audH-nce that the grandson of that  patriot. M. DourQiea, now sitting ln  the house of commons, was no less  eager and determined than liis illustrious ancestor, lo preserve the nationality and uphold thc rights of the  French-Canadians."  Hon. Mr. Tarte, in Paris Figaro Interview. September, 1899:  "I feel keenly fur the suffering of  your country���������of mine (France). As  a child I wore French sabots, and in  jny mother's room thero was a French  clock which told thc hours, and Is  still in my possession. We sins  French songs at home. Do you think  that under these circumstances 1  should love your country?"  Hon. Mr. Tarte in Paris Figaro  interview. September. 1S99:  "There are two millions of J-'reneh  people in Canada. On national feast  days not a hpiif-c but is decorated  with French colors. See thc province  of Quebec. It becomes more French,  for French Immigrants are coming in  each day, and when the English arc  not in a majority in a country, when  they are not masters, they ret out."  Hon. Mr. Tarte, in Paris Figaro  interview. September.  1S99:  "Why should London, which, is on  an Island, become the centre of tho  word, rather than Paris, the r-ity of  civilization, of liberty, of justce?"  Hon. Mr. Tarte. at Montreal Ile-  iorm club. October 10, 1899:  "Tho question is: Sliull this country interfere or hold aloof in Eng-  lands troublos? I say, and without  hesitation, thnt this is a question  upon which no liurrlod decision should  be given; it Is not a queston of  money, bin of principle, anil before  tho Liberal party makes up its mind  as to thc proper attitude to adopt,  it should pause aud consult parliament."  Hon. Mr. Tarte at the Herbetlo  banquet, Windsor hotel, Oct. 5, 1899:  "I declare hero it a public mau iu  the arena of foderal politics, who has  not the energy and courage to say  thut lie is French, when he belongs  to that race, it would bo better for  him to remain at home. T return,  from. France, where I received the  caro that French science can givo,  and I return to Camilla more French  than over."  Hon. Mr. Tarte, at the Herbette  banquet,   Windsor   hotel.   October    9.  1S99  :  "1 am a minister in a British government, and I have the right to say  that I am French. But I tell you  this: If to declare myself a British  subject would prevent me from being  French, thon would I refuse to call  myself n British subject. We make  no threats, as thc ballot box Is our  best defence. XVe arc happy nnd  free undor British institutions, but  Franco is  always  our dear country."  Hon. Mr. Tarte,  at Paris,  June 21,  1890:  "The vast and beautiful country  known as Canada was once under the  dominion of France. He spoke regretfully of thc change from French to  English laws, laying stress on thc  hardships endured by the French-  Canadians, when the English language  was substituted for their own and  they were left in ignorance of the  laws they were bound to obey."  Hon.  Mr. Tarte,  at Paris,  June 21,  1900:  "Tho American refugees ,of United  Empiro loyalists, deislrous of preserving their allegiance to tho English  throne, crowded into Canada, and  settled in many parts ot it, being well  received by the government. But they  soon conceived the idea that the country be'onged to them, and they would  have done away with the French language. French customs, and in fact  destroy the nationality of the French-  Canadians if their attempts in this  direction .has not been strenuously  resisted."  Hon.  Mr. Tarte,  at Paris, June 21,  1900:  "Tho Queen of England rules over,  but does not govern, her domains."  Hon. Mr. Tarte, at Paris, June 21.  1900:  "He dwelt on the warmth of  French-Canadian affection for France,  and said that though they lived undor  the British flag,' yet on their festival  days, and In national celebrations, it  was Uie tri-color that floated over  their homes.' They were French at  heart, and they would always be  French."  Hon. Mr. Tarte. at Paris, June 21,  1900:  "1 will say, as I have often said  before, that I am French, lhat I was  never anything else but French, and  that I will always be French. In  spoaking thus, I am voicing the feelings ot  my  fellowcountrymen."  Hon. Mr. Tarte, at Paris. June 21,  1900:  "I will not venture to prophesy  concerning the future of Canada, but  it may bo supposed that in 10 or 20  years, when the population shall have  grown to as many millions, England  may find it embarasslng to keep such  a heavy child on her lap, and as  French-Canadians increase numerically much faster than their tora-  patriots of different origin, there ".*  rr.om for hope that a great and glorious destiny still awaits us."  Is i������ surprising that the following  "sliwld_l^th"e~c"onfm"e"iit"^f"th"e~Fren"ch~  journals upon' the conclusion of such  remarks as the  last quoted?:  "From beginning to end of his discourse, Mr. Tarto was listened to with  profound attention. His allusions to  France and the affection in which she  ig held by his countrymen, were  warmly applauded. When he resumed  his seat, M. Mager expressed his appreciation of the Interesting conference, laying stress on the hint dropped by the minister as to probable  future of Canada. 'We will hope,'  was his concluding remark."  occupant to that position in tho tic-  ccsaiy ot his election by a" state legislature.  Tlio facts which are now disclosed  In regard to the manner in which  vacancies in thc Canadian senate havo  been illled during the Laurier regime  will place this conutry ln a most unenviable light betore the world. Not  since tho days of "Walpole has such  a story as is now told, been heard In  regard to the legislative bodies ot  either the mother country or any of  her self-governing dependencies. Tho  shameful facts can be told in a. tew  words.  I-I.  H.  Cook,  who published  an  address a few days ago, giving the' reasons   why,   although   a  life-long  Liberal  and  yet  an  ardent  adherent of  Liberal principles, he could no longer  support   the   government,     he     was  charged by some of his former political associates with having taken such  a course because he was disappointed  at not having been made a    senator.  Probably    those    who    attacked  him  now regret  that they did  so.      Thoy  forced Mr. Cook to glvo somo details  hi  regard   to   the     matter    and    thc  result is a disclosure at which every  honest Canadian,  whatever his  political creed,  must stand    aghust!     Mr.  Cook does not deny that on a vacancy  occurring in the senato, he made application for it.   His services for   thc  Liberal   party,   extending;  over   many  years entitled him to a recognition of  them.    The leaders of the  party  did  not deny  this or suggest that    thoro  was  auyhing  which   made  Mr.  Cook  ineligible for such an honorable position. . It  was,    therefore,     intimated  thnt'the seat was open to him���������on one  condition  and   that such  as  ho  honorable man could entertain.  It seems  that seats in   the senato.  under the present Liberal regime, arc  regarded as articles of merchandise to  be disposed of ir. a manner similar to  that in  which  Mr.  Tarte  deals with  contracts for coals and  other things.  "Business is bustneBs"  even when,  a  high,   political' and   legislative   oflice.  such as a scnatorship,  is in question  and Mr. Cook was lold that he could  have tho coveted position  for a consideration���������$10,000.    Nor was this an  exceptional  proposal.    Mr.  Cook,  apparently was not the only Liberal to  whem. such a suggestion was    made,  as  he was  told   by tho  official    who  mado   tho   proposition   to   him     that  another offer was being considered in  which  Uie  applicant  bid ,$15,000    for  the   scat.  Nothing more, need be said. The  humiliation is complete. If an old  and faithful Liberal like Mr. Cook had  to pay down thousands of dollars for  a seat, in the senate, what amount was  exacted from other gentlemen who  have boen given similar positions  since 189G? Some of them were comparatively unknown. More of them  had never been prominent in tho  ranks of their party. The ability and  fitness of- somo of them was such as  to raise the intellectual standard of  the senate hy their accession. In thc  case of ninny of them impartial criticism was not favorable to their selection. But a review of the list shows  that they were nearly all men of  wealth. Mr. Cook's disclosure furnishes the key to the mystery.���������Vancouver   News-Advertiser.  man of sufficient sagacity and foresight to see which way the cat waa  going to jump m this election and ho  has a close knowledge of the feeling  througout his district; but apart from  these considerations he was constrained to repudiate the representative ot  the party of broken promises, whose  practical usefulness to Alberta during'  the last four years has not been discernible to the naked eye, and the  magnetism of Mr. Bennett's cause attracted him as it haa attraced hundreds of other thinking men.  Mr. Shera Is supporting irr. Bennett's candidature both In canvass and  on the public platform, and he publicly  pledged himself ni the beginning of tho  campaign to do all in his power to  secure the Conservative candidate's  return. Mr. Shera is being actively  assisted by every prominent man In  Fort Saskatchewan except Frank Mar-  riaggi, the Italian hotel' keeper, who  says he is an Oliver man because Mr.  Oliver Is pro-Boer.  THE MARKETS  CROOKED  MERCHANTS  LORD STRATHCONA'S CAVUSES,  Dr. McEachrnn has been sending  out campaign literature on his own  account, with the purpose of assuring the peoplo of the "VVesA that the  horses he bought for I_ord Strathcona  wero the best in  the whole army.  Singularly enough, however, ho  did not send out a copy of the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News  of October Gth. That paper contains  an Interesting illustration of "Types  ot Horses Used by Lord Dundonald  in tho 3rd Brigade, South Africa."  Tho Strathcona type of horse is described and pictured as "heavy weight-  carrying horse and adapted to the  very big men ot the corps, but possibly better adapted for draught."  These horses," adds tlie Sporting and  Dramatic, "didn't thrive in this climate, being very prone to pneumonia."  The fact that over two hundred of  them died on the voyage and at Capc-  Prices Current of Alberta  Products in  the World's Markets  Winnipeg, Oct. 20.���������About 1500 head  of cattle have gone through for export,  this week, Some stockers have also  been, shipped to Ontario and some to  the west. Erport steers, best grades,  are worth 3',*ic, per lb, weighed oft  cars; second grades 3c; butchers'  cattlo 2V-2 to 3 Vic per lb; stockers  and feedera, 2 .<> to 2 7-Sc per lb.  Horses���������There is very little salo  for horses, owing lo the poor country  demand. A few Western horses are  being taken for winter breaking and  some have boon sold for shipment,  east. Western horses the worth from  $50 to $90 each, according to quality,  halter broken. Heavy horses nre not  in demand.  Montreal Prices  Montreal, Oct. 19.���������Demand for cattle  was firm  and  business  was on  a  more liberal  scale,  with  prices  holding steady.    Choice    cattlo    sold    at  ���������IV4  to 4%c;    good at 3>/2 to *ic; common at 2-V4 to 2%c: Sheep arc in good  demand    at 3 and  3V_c.    Lambs active at 3 to 3%c.    Hogs arc firm. Sc-  locted weights sold nt 6 to G1Ac and  heavy at 5% to a%e off *ars.  Liverpool    Cattle Market  Liverpool, Oct. 19.���������Cattlo easier at  11  to 12c, dressed weight.    Sheep 12  to 13c per lb.  Prices  in  tho  Kootenay  Nelson,   Oct.   20.���������Trade     continues  good here.    Manitoba eggs have now  coased   coming,    and   thc   market     is  supplied with Ontario stock.   Summer  stocks  of  creamery  butter  are  being  cleared  out.    Choice fall  makes    are  offering at 24  to 25c, and  dairy butter  at  18c.    Receipt  of  potatoes  nro  heavy and tho market Is lower.  Cheese���������New  Ontario,   IZViC.  Eggs���������Ontario  fresh,  23c.  Oats���������Per  ton.   ?32.  Millfeed���������Bran,   $20:      shorts,   ?22  per ton.  Flour���������Manitoba   patent,  Hay���������New,  per ton, $23.  Potatoes���������New,   per  ton.  $16.  o-  Ottawa, Oct. 24. ���������Tho agent of  Liverpool of tho department of agriculture at Ottawa writes to the department ns follows;  "One of tho largest London   retail  concerns   wns   heavily  lined   for   selling   American  ham   as  Canadian.   To  avoid the risk tho general custom   is  by some retailers to put popular goods  in   a  prominent  place  and   then    fill  orders  with   other  goods,  saying nothing  about  where  they  came  from,  but   selling   them   on    their    merits.  Butchers will hand up a Bide of beef  and   label   it     'Prime   English   Fed.'  Thoy will  havo other beef cut up in  roasts  and   other  forms  and  labelled  'English killed.'    From the above and  other reports It is to he observed that  as   steers   shipped   from   Canada   are  killed  in  England  this last definition  of 'English killed' is correct, although  the beef was fattened In and shipped  from Canada. The "merchandise marking   act  provides   that  goods  coming  imto   England   shall   be   branded   on  the outside of the enso.   It is important that all Canadian shippers should  stoncil 'Canadian' or 'Canada'  plainly  on. thc outside of every package for  llio best of trade reasons as well ns  that  of complying    with  the  British  law."  J. M. SCOTT. B.A.. L.L.B        __  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Bto  McKensle Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money to Loan  HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM  Barristers,  Solicitors., Etc.  Solicitors    for    Imperial     Bank    of  Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offlces:     Molsons   Bank  Block  First Street. Revelstoke Station, B.C.  J. W. CROSS  Office:    Mackenzie Avenue, Revelstok*  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. Sabbath school and Bible class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. The puhlic  are cordially Invited.    Seats free.  REV.S.J.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  Kruger, fearing the wrath' of the  Boors, was taken secretly on board  thc Dutch erutscr Golde-rand.  The Revelstoke  Herald rscmi weekly  S5.60.  POLITICAL POINTERS  Peterboro Review:      We bellve that  the people on consideration will admit  It la owlntj to   the   sound  lines laid  .down  and  inculcated   In  our national  town   is  good  evidence of   the  truth :ufe by the Liberal Conservative party  of the London paper's description.        that   nrevented , any  Liberal  le*dl#p?  0    u undoinir what has been accomplished  St. Peter's Church  (Anglican)  Bight. a.m���������   Holy   Eucharist;     n  a.m.��������� matins, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, first Sunday in the month) ���������  2:80 Sunday     school, or     chiidrens'  service;  7:30 evensong (choral)   and  sermon.        Holy    Days���������The    Holy  Eucharist Is celebratod at 7 a.m. or 8  am., as announced.     Holy Baptism  after Sanaa? school  at 3:16.   .  C. A. PROCUNITR, Vicar.   ���������  . Presbyterian Church'.  Service  every   Sunday     at  11   a,m  anfl 7.30 p.m.   Bible Class at 2:30 p.  m. to which all are welcome. Prayer  meeting at 8 p.m.  evory Wednesday;  BHV. "W. C. CALDER. Pastor,  i  Roman Catholic Church  Mass  first and  third    Sundays  ki  moata at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYBR.  Kruger's ultimatum told the "British '^y attempting to Institute any of their  Bet" and they have got the whole  to  country.  "Mr. Cook always was a little near,"  Is tho comment of one Liberal organ  on the scnatorship scandal. What  would a man who Is counted generous  be asked by "the machine" for a place  In the second chamber?  Sir Wilfrid Laurier says he never  sent an agent to H. H. Cook offering  him a scnatorship for $10,000. . Sir  Wilfrid is a clever qulbbler. He said  he did not "send" the South African  contingents; he only "permitted them  to go."  One of Mr. Sifton's most prominent  workers in Brandon, and the man who  is "handling the stuff," is the notorious  Ned Farrar. Comment is unnecessary  when It Is remembered who are Mr.  Fafrar's bosses.  Soldiers in khaki formed part of the  procession that escorted Sir Wilfrid  Laurier from his hotel to the hall on  the occasion of the Toronto demonstration, it is presumed they were  something more than "permitted to  enlist" for the occasion. That phrase  is  for Quebec  use  only.  The following peculiar ilem is taken  from L'Echo de Parts of October 6:  "M. Bourassa, member for Labelle  county in the .Canadian house of commons, and chief of the Canadian Independence party in Canada, is just  now g-iving with great success a series  of conferences against English imperialism.     M. Tarte, minister of pub-  THE PREMIER AT TORONTO,  There seems   to  have   been  a  good  deal  of  artificiality  about   the   reception   to   Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier  at Toronto.    It  was,   behind  that,  however,  a great gathering, indicating the wide  interest that is felt in  what the premier  of  Canada  does   and  says.      It  was not the crowd in the street, however,   nor  that  in  the   hall,  that  will 'i:C works in Canada, whose recent pro  affect the electoral result.   Even thosej-F.ench utterances in Paris designated  who stood  in  the streets and  watch- iiiim as the    leader of the movement,  ed  the  khaki  escort,  the  bands    and j**--^ now definitely reunited himself to  .fir-iworks,_arO>ut_a_sman_npr_tion_of^lh&__An  the   electorate   who   will   be   affected, I  not by the paid for music and  rock- j  ets, but by the words of the speakers There Is no letting up on Sir Wil-  compared with their conduct. As in'frid Laurier. The Cobden club gave  Montreal, so in Toronto, these wordsIhim o medal;, the Queen Insisted on  arc not calculated to be effective of)lnaking him a knight. The president  their purpose. The facts of the 3������nd- 0������ France- decorated him with the ln-  ing of the contingents to.South Africaiaisnia of th<; Legion of -Honor. At  are- too widely known for their effect Toronto the walls of tho hall' In which  I pow<sr.'  SENATORSHIPS FOR SALE  It was thought that tin; depth ot  political Immorality and corruplon  had lieen reached by tho scandalous  ballot frauds disclosed ln some of thc  elections in Ontario. But there appears to bo no limit to tlio way in  which the opportunities afforded by  the Liberals being In power at Ottawa have been exploited to the  pecuniary advantage of the party. Assuredly it never entered the mind of  any Conservative that seats In the  senate was made an object of sale  and purchase just as much ns hay  or {iotatoes or any other commodity.  We have heard a good deal about thc  corruption whicli has sometimes been  connected with contests for scats in  the senate of the United States. But  in those cases it was only suggested  that sonic members of a legislature  had been bribed to'give their votes  for a certain candidlnte. It was never  hinted* that thc federal government  had actually put n price on a scat in  the upper house' of congress and thiu  n recognized friend and supporter of  tlie: government was offered thr; cov-  ctr'd position on the payment of a  Kiwi round snni of money. Indi-cd.  j while there aro many sound argu-  ' nifiilK asninsl I lie manner In whicli  cli.c.liniiK to tin.. I'nited Slides senate  ' are conduced, tli-ei'i* is :��������� least a sem-  i Hi-ni-i;   nf  impartial   selection   of   Uie  to;be'changed by the glaze ot the premier's words, that were not of repetition of wtiat his/followers in other  parts of the country say. 1 No fine  phrases about elimhiaUng racial and  creed distinctions will make the practical minded man, who nev������r worries  aliout his neighbor's beliefs, .think  less of the broken pledges, failures  and blunders that havo marked tire,  Laurier government's record almost  from the 'day it began. Tlio issue of  loday is not whether the Protestants of Manitoba shall have a free  hand in dealing with thoafew Catholics who live among them, for thnt  Sir Wilfrid Laurier himself says, is  settled. Thc question is, has the  Laurier government given tho country  an administration that it would pay  to have prolonged. With the offences  of Messrs Tarte and Blair, and Siflon  mid Borden, the weaknesses and vacillation of Sir Wilfrid Laurier himself, ancl the failures and mistakes of  his ministers, so forcibly evident to  the public, It will take more than  words, words, words of thc Toronto  gathering addresses to pull the government through.  he spoke were blazoned with thc declaration that he wa* "The King of  Canada." He will have to go round  now with a filaffroc- crown, on.his head  and Stint when the cold winter ia coming on. too. Was ever a tltle-des-  plsdng  democrat  so  persecuted?  REPUDIATION,  THE ORDER OF THE  DAY  One oC the most significant defections among Mr. Oliver's former prominent sU-pporter.1 Is that of Mr. 3.  Vi .f-iliera.. M. L. A. for Victoria. In  13fl6 Mi-. Shorn, waa one of the Liberal  candidate's most energetic workers.He  is a. larse merchant in Fort Sakatcho-  wan and a man of very considerable  influence in the thickly H'.'ttled dls-  liictM tributary to that town.     He Is a  unsound  trade policies.  Alberta Sun: In Mr. Bennett the  Conservative' party of AVberta have  placed a strong man in the field. JTe  is an able man. a fluent speaker, and  will undoubtedly letid the Alberta.  Conservative party to sure victory-at  the coming election.  New Westminster Columbian: A  Calgary farmer explains why ho will  vote ojratnat the Laurier irovernment  in these words: "They have saved me  20 cents .a year on my postage stamps,  but my tobacco costs me $2-ner year  more, my coal oil costs me $2.60-more,  my binder twine $3 more, my barbed  wire several ��������� dollars more, my nail*  and other hardware likewise, and my  newspa-oer 50 cents more." Laurier  Stave him 20 cents and then Droceeded  to take some $10 or $20 out of his  pocket.  Macleod Gazette: .Mr. Bennett has  every qualification that should-lead  him ��������� to victory. Younjj , clever and  popular, he has every prospect of  success.  Toronto World: It was fitting to  have Sir Wilfrid follow the fl*ae. What  Canadians want is a man who will  lead the flag against the* Empire's  foes. As followers of tho flag Sir Wilfrid Is statesaue: as a leaner of the  flag he Is" a laggard. For chapter  and verse, seo the debates on tne  contingent. .  Macleod Gazette: Our respected  cotem. the Strathcona Plaindealer, represents The Gazette as shedidng  "crocodile tears." over the fate In store  for the Liberals. We' would like to  point out that'we make no*pretence  of tears over the passing of the Grit  government. .They realy deserve the  fate which is overtaking them and the  only people who express sympathy or  commiseration are those who will miss  the "hand that fed them.  . Monteral     Star: "Nothlnc     but  hunger," says one Borden organ, could  drive the volunteers 1* Africa to eat  the emergency rations supplied by the  Canadian government. And when'they  did eat it. It majr tie , ad-Sod.' they  found It valueless te sustain strength.  A party heeler never got a grab out  of the .treasury, under less reputable  clrcumstances'-^.thaa^r-at tended =^^-the  rations lob.  Winnipeg Tribune: Heaven preserve  Canada from a Ionser endurance - of  those "brilliant stateseaa" with which  she is now afflicted.  Port Hope Times: The offlolal figures  say that the rate of taxation in 18M  was IMS per head, -while in 1898 it was  $7.24 per head.   -  Brockville Times: Sir Wilfrid Laur-  lor will have need of his best powers  of'.shiftjr evasion if he can satisfactorily explain his contradictory state-  meats,  Has more readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers in Revelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing In the  city than any other paper; it's  news Ib more spicy and up-to-  date; its Influence is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; its sub  scription rate is only $2.00 pel  annum; It covers the field. Try  it and be with the crowd.  ���������������������������  Write to Salvation Army-  REVELSTOKE HERALD,    i    Meeting every  night  In   their  hall  r Revelstoke. B. C. t oa front street.  $A$A$A$A$i$A$A$A$A$A$A$A$S  The  Revelstoke Herald  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  Is the leading newspaper of  < the-great mining districts of  West Kootenay.     It gives all  tha latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written np  In authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unqnestlon-  ���������blo Information. It enjoys  a large circulation" and ta osn-'  fleoaontly unequalled as an  odrsrtlslns medium ln Uw  fteld In which lt 1b ppMlahsd.  Subscription $2.00 Per Hnnilm  $1.25 For Six Months.  StriGtlij in-HtaGE,  GIGANTIC STEEL COMPANY"  Sir Itlch.-trd CartwrlRht had au un.  hiilyiy v.tpt-rl������nce at Wlorton. The-  Can.-1/liun says he v,-aa cooly received.  About 600 people attended hi* i-ne-ottnKs  wlKTf'.'is'2.000 wen; present to hear Sir  Charles Tup<pr.     Th-o Canadian adds:  After Sir Klchacd had denounced the  Tories as all that was wicked and extravagant, and had lauded--the prits  as the authors and originators of economy and purity, he thought to c������p  the climax in a dramatic way by  shouting; '.vow, who will" you vote  for, Tuppor or Laurier?' IHh astonishment and humiliation wan pitiful when  voices all over th������ hall .shouted  'Tupper' m'i.-it vigorous*-!/.  In London there is1 bound-- t<> be a.  battle royal between Major rsent'Ie ami  C. 8. Hyman. _ASoth arfi memt><*rn of  the London club, nnd stand hlijli I"  the esteem of their fellows. Major  fjeattie.-Is a prosperous dry ifoorlH  merchant; C. S. Hymn." has proved the  adage' lhat "there'M nothing like  leather." The Major's pet hobby Is  things military, while his opponent Is  known as nn enthusiastic cricketer.  The Major hlm������elf I* no mean hand  with tho willow. But what will make  the' campaign hot Is the Interest Londoner take in politics. Each party  claims to havo a party organization,  und from now ml November 7th  everything Is put aside for politics.  Whoever wins. It will be said: "It  was a fin-nous  victory."  Pittsburg. Oct. 21.���������The Post" tomorrow will say: "A company, cora-  Wised. almost ontirely ot Pittsburg  capitalists hau. been organized to engage In tho blast furnace steel manufacturing business on a gigantic  scale. * The capit;il--of tho new corporation Ir. 112,000.000. Included in the  enterprise nro the operating of coke  ovens and the mining of^coal in the  MonongliPla valley, with the..possible building of a new lino of"-ralI-'  road from the coko and coal works to  Lake Erie. Thc big plant will be  located iit"V7olIanil, In Ontario, near  tho cnlranco to tho Welland canal.  This is known as the' Canadian natural gas belt. Tlio mills will also have  the advantage of the ��������� water power  received from the Niagara river at a  point new tho great falls. Captain  XV. H. I>nt Is promoter of tho onter-  j>riec. John S. Scully, preildeat oT  tho.. Diamond NatlonM bank. hn������  charge of tbe flnanclar end of It. .   o   "The whlrllKlg of time brings In his  rovengi-H." but" often it is a lon^ round.  The Bishop of Uoch"ster ha������ Just un-;  vl'lled und dedicated a window in St.  Saviour's church, Houthwaric. to commemorate John Bunyon, whor two  centuries and a half ago was Imprisoned 12 years in Bedford jail for dissent, and there wrote "The Pilgrim's  IVoKrcs-s." Bunynn used to preach In  a llttlo Baptlut chapel in thn t-arlnh  of St. Saviour's, and must have often  passed under thc shadow of the Old  colfeglato church which now seeks to  perpetuate his memory. Bu*. he can  little have dreamt that the Church of  Kngland. to which he refused to conform, would one day come to recognize  In him one ot the greatest of English  writers-on '.-ciiBious subjerts.  It Ukea a foremost piace ln  the race for prominence and  popularity with business  houses and as a consequence  does more business with  those requring printed, stationery and oflice supplies than  any other printing   establish  ment in Eastern British Ool-  usnbta- -The class ot work  turned out haa been pronoun-;  osd equal to any thins ot the  kted executed in the I������e������;  c&Uas.-br muofe. larger print-^  estoa. ��������� .   .   *  *i  Job Printing Department  Is equipped with the - latest  (aces ln type designs, and aH'  work entrusted to The Hevald  ts * handled . by exprtenco*  workmen who thoroughly understand the proper use of, tbo  aatarlcl   at   their, dlsp^u.;  - The Herald does. not.eUitaj.to'  ;.to:l&;'.<^:'prtaU^;ho������!������ ta:  ;W;dlnrtct butitVdbi'.dalari.  "to'ie' >        " ' "    '-, /  -J.lv:-  ThMghly Up-To-Dati In  Every Particular   .\.  And in a position to. give-as  good value tor the. inoney expended, either for advertising  space in its publication or  for Job printing, as can .be  given by any other house at  the kind ln BriUsh Columbia.  Write for estimates and aam-  plife-'V.grinUng. All. voii  turned out promptly and sat- -  iafiaatarily. . One price ta aJL  No Job can be^ too -lMS������ er  too. small for The;.HewM'e \  consideration- .Special sttoa-.  tlon.glven   to orders by mall* '  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS : Tuesdays aad Fridays.  /.���������; /*$>  saL  ���������lift"  ZlS-v  %  STILL FIGHTING  SEVERAL BR1TBSH KILLED IN RECENT  ENGAGEMENTS  Our Boys   to be Honored   at  Ottawa.���������Canadian   Mint  to be Established at Last.���������Stole a Cool  Million.      *  London, Oct. 23.���������Lord Roberts re-  reports fighting at Jagersfonteln, Zcr-  ust ' Kioonstiidt, Fauresmlth mid  l-'redcrlckstandt, In which districts the  Boers were repulsed. Tho Brlish lost  .several killed.  Members of the first Canadian contingent returning on the transport  Idaho were given a warm welcome  to St. Vincent, Cape Verde Islands,  bv thc Portuguese, in connexion with  tlie citv of London Imperial volunteers.. "Preparations for the welcome  at Halifax and Ottawa are under way  and will he of an elaborate and generous character.  . o   OUR BOYS TO BE HONORED   .  Ottawa, Oct. 34���������The government has  ���������  decided t0 celebrate the arrival of the  members of D.  company.  First Canadian contingent, the heroes of Paardeberg, by an Illumination of the parliament   buildings.     The   Illumination  will be by electricity and will follow  the  lines  of   the memorable  lUumina-  , tion  of Jubilee    Night,  In 18*7.      But  the heroes on their home coming will  see a grander display tha that of three  ..".years  ago.      It will  be,  in  fact,   the  '" most elaborate and   greatest   display  ever made   ln Canada.     Tbe    public  works  department_ hns already  begun  preparations .  FATAL  BOILER  EXPLOSION  London, Oct. 23.���������According to a  St. Petersburg correspondent of thc  Express. 50, persons were hilled and  many others terribly scalded by a  boiler explobion on board the steamer Eugenia, running between Tomstk  and  Barnaul.  ANOTHER FATAL TORNADO  b'ort Worth, Tex., Oct. 23.���������In thc  tornado near Led! last night lt is now  reported that between 10 and 15 persons were killed. It is feared thnt a  number of persons were killed In the  country to thc north. Many farms,  arc known to be wrecked.  A STALWART- LIBERAL  OF THE   OLD   SCHOOL   DOES SOME  STRAIGHT TALKING  John   Charlton's  Political  old  Manifesto  RECEPTION TO STRATHCONA  Montreal, Oct. 14.���������At the Wvitnt on  "of Mayor Prefontaine a m^iM*? ..f  prominent citizens was held Monday  in the city hall to consider measures to  show the appreciation of the cltlscns  of Montreal for ' the many services  rendered'the Dominion of Canada by  Lord Strathcona, The mayor presided  and announced that Lord' Strathcona  had expressed a wish that the proposed banquet in his honor should bo  abandoned, consequently there was  nothing to do but to respect His Lordship's wishes in the matter. It was  . decided, however, to present Lord  Strathcona with a complimentary address on behalf of the city. The  mayor and others present were strongf-  t Vy In favor of the adoption of a plan-  having in view the erection of a monument of Lord Strathcona on Dominion  Sauare.  '  That staunch old Liberal, John  Charlton, M. P. for. North Norfolk. ,  can't stand the Laurier-government's  record ot broken pledges, and he cornea  out straight with a .manifesto to the  .lectors which', contains some hard  cracks at the party bosses and makes  good Conservative literature. Among  other things he says:  I.aurier's One Sided Preferential Tariff  "Canada now discriminates in favor  of the British importers to the extent  ot 33 1-3 per cent, and tin.-) discrimination is purely gratuitous and senti-.  mental, for Great Britain gives to  Canada not the.slightest tariff conces-'  sion that does not equally apply to all  other nations.  "In addition to this discrimination,  we have, put forth great efforts,  SDC-nt    much     money    and    sacrificed  HOW HON. KRUGER S  FTON  * ��������� i -i;"-11 ,���������  v'i *.;������������������. ;v.  ���������_,-   i  ���������j-   ni>irc;c;  ANOT  i!ER   OLD   LINE   LIBERAL  NOUKCES  FRAUD AHD  DECEPTION  DE-  And Expresses Hie Disgust of Honest  Liberals ofthe Old School.  "Latest reports from Brandon are to  the effect that Hon. Clifford Sifton's  chances for re-election are daily growing smaller," said a Calgary Liberal  to The Herald yesterday and whose  name for obvious reasons is withheld.  "In all likelihood the young Kruger  of finance will re-enter private life on  November '7th by a large majority.  Clifford Sifton's defeat will be hailed  with delight by every honei-t Western  Liberal ana especially by Manitoba  Liberals. The party Is sick of him.  His whole political career has been one  continued round of deception. His  portfolio was secured by fraud. To  obtain it he stooped to measures most  contemptible. When Laurier decided  that the portfolio of the Interior  should go to a Manitoba representative. Hon. Jos. Martin wot, his and tho  peoples'  choice for ihe  position.  "Marti had done moro for his party  In Manitoba, than anyone else���������ho  alone keeping the Greenway government in oHlce���������and was justly entitled  to the portfolio. Rut a little party of  Liberate,.-composed of tlie Greenway  cabinet, decided that in.their Interests  Martin was not the kind of man they  needed ln a position with such unlimited possiblltles as the Minister of thc  Interior. They knew Mai-tin was  strictly honest. He could not be  worked. They had experience with  him in the Manitoba government. Attorney General Sifton was a man after  their own hearts. They knew his failing. A small railway deal had been  put through with his assistance. He  was a nice fellow to get along with,  and had a conscience that did not  trouble hlin to any great extent.  - "The fact that lt would be no easy  thing to foist Sifton upon the Laurier  government was'.apparent to his promoters. The Liberal' press of the  country was for Martin, the peop'e  were for Martin and Laurier was for  j Martin. In their dilemma they de-  I cided to leave the matter entirely in  | Siftons' hands to be managed as he  thought best. He would have the  ! Manitoba    treasury behind    him    and  the peoplo, then wc should send to  China for missionaries to teach us.  Rome old friends who fought with me  in the opposition ranks; ii6.li: What  is the matter? or, What do you want?  They can only understand support-  lug or opposing a government for the  miserable pickings. I know only one  code of morals for home, church .and  state life, that Is what is the matter  with me, and I want a clean government, wliich will hold the bnlance  fair for all  people, that is all.  ONTARIO  IS   ALL RIGHT.  An  Official Statement From the Conservative Executive.  Toronto, Oct. 20.���������At a meeting of  the executive committee of tho Liberal  Conservative association thf following  statement was given out: "The party  in this Dominion Is solidly united  under tho leadership of Sir Charles  Tupper, who presents the same policy  in every part of the country. Tlie  Conservatives of Quebec may rely  upon it that Ontario will1 give a larger  ���������onservative majority at the approacn-  Ing elccions Ihan in any previous  period of its history. The electors of  this province realize���������as do tho electors of the other urovlnces of the Dominion���������that the measure of prosperity  which generally obtains i.s due to the  fact is that we have been blessed for  tho past four years with abundant  harvests, which have substantially  Improved the position of the farming  community, and that tho  position of the manufacturing industries ts a tribute to the statesmen  who, against the protest of the Liberal  leaders, gave them that measure of  protection which was necessary for  their development, and which has not  beon seriously affected by the legislation of the past ��������� four' years. The  speeches made by the Liberal leaders  last night were remarkablo ' only for  their omissions. Thousands of people,  both Liberal and Conservative, went to  Uie meetings to hear what could be  said by the apostles of Liberalism, as  to the accusations - whjlch have been  made, not only by Conervatlves. but  by Buch leading Liberals as Mr. H. H.  Cook, ex-M.P., but the audience -was  sadly disappointed, and the general  opinion m the city today is -that the  Conservatives are more than justified  in accusing the Liberal portv of having betrayed the electorate and dishonored every pledge they gave in '96-  CONDENSED TELEGRAMS  knowing  their    man,   it was    thought ������������������.      . . __.    ,       ,,,.���������.  that he could be safely depended.upon &p5,~ S.������"^'������iZ " *������?? *  to" do the rest. Sifton proved himself  equal to the emergency. That public  sentiment was against him did not  bother him. He was fully aware ot  the seductive influence exerted by  cash over sentiment, and set to work  to purchase all the sentiment he  wanted.  many lives for the reason of maintain*, , mlrBuc^e was w6rke<3 ln the Mani.  ing  the cause of the empire in South i  Africa.   All  tills has ba-.- - done with-  !  A AND 13 COMPANIES REMAIN  out a return .and has been done un-  grudingly, and perhaps there may be  some force in the assertion that, under  the circumstances, it would have done  no harm ir a greater effort had been    . made  to  obtain  from    Great    Britain  London, Oct. 23.���������Letters received some trade concession i������ our favor,  from South Africa this morning- statu and It Is not unreasonale to suppose  lhat the original A and B columns of that, at least, some' slight advantage,  the. fir=t contingent will remain in .such, perhaps, as the removal of-re-  Africa until the war is over. The strictiong upon the importation of our  letters state tint the'Canadjans' time cattle", micht have'been obtained from  was up but it was the-great wish of the British government.  Lord Robarts .that  they .should  stay -  and see the end..take part in tho an--1'rosperity-Not Due to the Government  nexation .ceremonies-, and go to Kng- "The government was -. fortunate m  land to be present in the great march assuming'office .just at' the beginning  past before the Queen. The command- of a period- of , prosperity, ��������� which not  era of tho companies were ordered to.only aplies to us, but to all commer-  learn the opinion of the men.    A and clal nation^1, - and which, it is well to  11 volunteered to a' mail to stay nnd  tho remaining companies asked to be  sent home.  DONT WANT KRTOBK  ��������� Brussels, Oct. 24.���������The Belgian government has informed the Transvaal  agency that a long sojourn for Kruger  in Brussels would be unwelcome and  calculated to occasion a demonstration  which 'the government cannot v allow.  Therefore the , agency publishes a  notice in the newspaper announcing  Kruger's refusal to accept the hoepital-  ity offered liim by Ander Leohe, a  j-ieh Dutchman in his villa, in a Brussels suburb. Kruger' will only pass  through Belgium without stopping. 'It  is quite certain that Queen Wilhelmina  will afford simpy a private audience,  devoid of all-official etiataoter. to ..the  ex-nresldent.  realize, has been due to blessings of  Providence, and to causes beyond the  control of the Canadian government.  Government Should Have Retrenched  It is the duty of a government,  under' such circumstances, to follow  the example of a wise ruler of old,  and in years of plenty provide for the  meeting of exigencies of succeeding  years of Scarcity. Increased prosperity has caused a large increase In the  public revenue. Under the stimulus  of overflowing coffers, a scale of ex-  .uendlture has been set tha.t it will be  probably be necessary to recede from  when a.period of -bad times" comes,  with .its decreased recipts; and it is  desirable that action should be taken  at  once  in tliis direction.  Another  Broken  Promise.  The .Liberal-'convention-;of lt������3  de-  toba newspaper    world.  j which had been loudest in the denunci  ation  of" Sifton  came  our week after  week with column on column devoted  to his praise.     He was the 'peoples'  choice.'      Nothing . was too   good tnr  him. The future of the West depended  upon his securing the portfolio.    This  was' kept up for months, and had the  effect upon Laurier and his colleagues.  They naturally thought that the sentiments expressed in the "papers of the  country were those of the majority of  men and    that by giving "the   coveted  !,portfollo to~Sifton they would be car-  I rying out the wishes of the West:  |'"This wras -a mistake. J~_ The   newspaper articles merely represented Clifford    Sifton's   unbiassed   opinions   of  Clifford Sifton. I am told on authority  whlch   I  cannot  question    that every  article   appearing    in    the    Manitoba  .press favorable to Sifton at that time  was written and furnished to subsidized newspapers by Sifton himself, and  that those not written by him personally were written at Sifton's inspiration'by'an employee of the Manitoba  agricultural  department,   who  ia   now  a Brandon newspaper man.  I    "Is a man "who will resort   to such  Krugerian tactics a" fit representative  of the "West?    The people of Manitoba-  reckoned with those who were instrumental in placing him in his' position  a short while ago. Sifton's day has not  yet arrived, bu' there Is n0 doubt that'  the  same    people    who "turned    thc  Greenway government   out   "of    office  j will give the verdict against this most  corrupt  of politicians   on    November  the 7th."  least 53. to 60 Conservatives. This es-  ' tlmate is Inside the mark, and if it  'were not for the open and disgraceful  alliance with the .local government,  and the unblushing and indiscriminate.  :use of corruption funds the Libera,  party would be swept out of existence  jin this province." The - Conservatives  |of Otario are satisfied that the opinions of La Presse's,correspondent are  ���������NVwqn.iTV-.l->!  i  . "     ���������"      rirasmi.iraiitiniiwuiui   u-re  th^mmiH- I entirely -unjustified, and they appeal  with confidence to their fellow workers  in the other provinces to assist them  in repeating the glorious victory of  the  year 1878."  "AN   ANTI-FARMERS'   ALLIANCE  Edmonton Post: As the Massey concern has lived by the tariff, it is evident that the present head of the  company does not regard the Laurier  government as a foe. ���������' Mr. Massey  evidently "thinks that the Conservatives on regaining power will not be  as strongly protectionist as they were,  and that he has more to hope fiom a  Liberal government. - which has",been  the best friend the monopolists havo  ever Bad. Wc leave the farmers to  judKe - this combination and weigh  well what this means to them.  Winnipeg,   Oct.   24:  Countess Russoll Is suelng for divorce.  George R. Munro was killed at  Brandfort by a live wire.  Britain has leased the harbor works  at Chet Won Tai.  Dawie, the faith healer, is still  guarded by the police in London.  Pittsburg capitalists will establish  a largo  stool  plant  at Wolland.  "Upper Canada college, Toronto, has  been  freed   from government control.  The steam barge Colouial sank iu  the Soo caual partially blocking  traffic.  Tho steamer Comet of Selkirk was  wrecked on Hoover point.  Montreal citizens will ev^ct a monument on Dominion square to Lord  Strathcona.  Austria, Hungary and Italy have  agreed to the German-British proposals re China.  George Philips, who was injured by  the train at Tyndall, died in the Winnipeg hospital.  The jury in a broach of promise  suit at Woodstock has awarded tho  plaintiff   $1.  Pirates boarded a vessel near Canton and secured several thousand  pounds in specie.  Trinity university has conferred tho  degree of D.C.L. on D. J. Goggln, of-  Reglna,   superintendent  of  education.  The first of tho United States volunteer army in the Philippines will  leave Manila for homo on November 1st.  The Vaneuover board of trade has  asked that the royal mint branch be  established  in their city.  A lire in a small tenement house,  Montreal, resulted in tho death by  suffocation of fivo children.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY  <MCQRPORA*T������D tent.  THE  MACHINE   AT  WORK  A  CANADIAN   MINT  claied in favor of selling school lands  to actual .settlers, only. I had the  honor of first introducing this publicly  =~~ -���������-, -*.--, ���������.-������������������-���������= : ^=��������� ^^^-^-by-resolution-ln���������-parllament^-in--i880.-  Montreal, -Oct. 23.���������Sir .Wilfrid Lau- glaM ,the Liberal party came into  rler. Mr. Fielding and Mr. Tarte ad- po^g,. no legislation has been placed  drcsed a meeting of the business men upon the statute book to give effect  hero yesterday. . Mr. Fielding made to ,thia salutary policy. The \obser-  the important announcement that a vatlce of whlch W0Uld have been ^  branch of the royal mint -would be ^ttiement of the North West, and the  established In Canada. ���������...,., protection of the settler from the greed  Montreal    Oct.     W^-SO:     W UfrW       tt   la���������d 8peou,at0r.   Thle ,���������,,���������. ot  Laurier  ������������������;���������������    coUeagu*.!    *������" making" grants of this character should  Fielding and ^^ >*������������^ **" "**������ eltfter cease entirely or be made to a  !������   ������ ^K***? Jffi%ted.very-.llmitea ������tent. and with careful  Montreal, business men, woicn , nuea.  ���������   "   - ,   ,H_ _���������,...' !-������-_���������������������������  Windkor hall to thb dooci Thew waa l*������fard t0 th������ ������ublio interest. -  no  demonstration-of ���������;any kind.    Sir:     Tarte".fc' Co.'s Disloyal Speeches  Wilfrid   Laurier   an* '-He.. Plrfdlne,;   _.' "-���������������.,.;.,.,��������� to ^ DrodMCe<3 bv  -ho arc en route to New' Brunswick,     Tno ertect UK������W t0 ** P>~auc������������ *>?  STILL THEY COME.  A LIBERAL  FARMER FOR  YEARS  EIGHTEEN  Toronto, Oct. 24.���������The Liberals have  for tho time-being squared Ryan, the  stalwart Liberal of this city. Like  H. H. Cook. John Charlton-and scores  of other old time Liberals, he. is sore  on the present gang of corruptionists  and has not hesitated tto say so privately. He has now heen induced to  write a letter . to the ��������� Globe stating  that he will not leave, the party,  although ho says: "I am not.in accord-with many acts of the government."  ��������� _ o   LIBERALS   DON'T   LIKE    PUTTEE  Men's Suits $5.  to 18.  Youth's "...    4..  to 10.  ���������Boy's ' ' '���������'    ' 2.25  to  5.  Children's *f -  2.  io   -#.50  Now Repudiates .His Party Leaders and  Gives Reasons.  Another   of   the   old-time   Liberals  - Winnipeg, Oct. 23.���������There is a weVl  authenticated rumor .current here that  E D. Martin will contest Winnipeg  aa an .Independent .Liberal in opposi-  tion^to-tho_labor^candidate,_JVir.^Put-  tee A meeting o< the labor party- waa  held last night and a. resolution was  passed that oragnlzation work be at  once commenced In anticipation of the  event.   -a  THRASHING THE SEA!      <  Two of the most extraordinary incidents recounted in history belong to  tho  merely stopping over,tor-**few hours .  S order to present tho taurines*   **-' dian. members^-of; parliament  poets of the gbverim������f������ record  In J*���������**? o1   Qucbec������ ln   thelr  a    prominent  farmer ot Manitoba.   Mr. Robinson is  almost as explicit-and'emphatic    as  ti������������ utterances of certain Preneh Cana- ! Mr- Cook in His denunciation. of the  in.tbe  attack  government  that", has   betrayed    the  ������������������-^^.w   .������.   .......  _vu>w>    ���������'-"'eral  party and  Licbral principles.  thp    indiiKtrHT     community       "The ������P������* ������������ Policy "of  'mTurrine'ex^nse } We give a specimen paragraph from  ������&.������iT tbiIwi^rtS, &. soecch <������<������ ������������KMn������ men to defend the British j **; Robinson's letter:  Kr������ PlcWlnrSSS^^ flSSSS ���������������������������.��������� ��������������� ������n their' assertion   that ! ,.|7 ������j* ������orn and. brought;-uP on   a  who followed Mr. Mackaf. the-Liberal Canada is not.warranted in acting m  candidate in St. Antolne 4lvlaio'n ������.nd concert with the other colonies for the  Mr. Madore,-M.P..'.Th������-flpe������ch clewed maintenance of-Britain's power on thc  with an'Important annonnowaent   In world's broad field of action, is, in my  regard   to  the    establishment    of   a opinion deeply to be regretted.  branch of the royal ��������� mint' In Canada. I Opposes, the^Oovernment'e  The  audience  which  Included  maayj ���������-_: Extravagance  ladies,  for  whom -the-.,gallerlo9    had  been  reserved, was very dwnooatra-.  HI*-"!    .t*ww������..--*-     -   - A���������r..l  .       . . ��������� ,  ..>,<>  lives  of men whoBe names stand  haa been heard from in the person of I" ������ ,������������������.,. ���������. *,~v-mo- i������rt armies  Thomas  D. Robinson . a    ^Ine^l^^^^f ^n^.h^n^,^S  that one of these cnaracters was of  the true military type. Xerxes I., of  Persia, was of a somewhat limited disposition. He could not thrash the  sturdy Greeks, but he thrashed the  sea. Tliis happened during his invasion of Greece, when he led an army  numbering���������with- followere-^more than  gwwimmmmwmmmmmmmiwwmmmmmmmwi  THE MOLSONS BANK  iNCOKrORATED  BY ACT OK PaHUAHENT,   1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Authorized Capiml  Paid up Capital  Best Fund  $2,500,000  2,170,000  1,850,000  deal  fc DIRECTORS:   Wm. Molsos Macpuebson, President; S. H. Ewmo,"Vice-Pro  ������_ "W, M. Ramsay, Samuel Fivlky, Hfnhy Aechlrald, J. p. Cleoboeh,  g- H. Marki-axd Molson.  *; Jamks Elliot, General llanagtr.  *^ A general banking business transacted,  51 rates.  g; Maxageh, Rkvflstoke, B.C.  Interest allowed at current ���������  J. D. MOLSON,  In our. Clothing Department, wo are better prepared  this season to please our customers than ever before. The  stock is new and up to-date  in every particular, and the  styles aro faultless.  Suits $5.  s ".v    4..  ' '������������������    '' 2.21  .'li'sV-  2<  Men's Cloth Ovei coats  - $5.       to 20.  Youth's Cloth Overcoats,  - $4.    -to 13.  Boy's Cloth Overcoats    . -  - - -      ^3.     to 10.  Children's Cloth Overcoats    -  -     $2.50 to 5.  Pea Jackets of all kinds:  We have Fur Coats in  Wombat, Go it, Australian  Bear, Wallaby, Coon and Persian Lamb; .also a beautiful  range' of Fur Lined Coats.  Prices from $13 to $150.  CALGARY  IMPERIAL B/\NFV  OF CANADA  Head Oflice. Toronto.  Capital AutbOTlzad, ��������� $2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Ua. - $2,������5������.M3.00  Rest, - $1,700,000.00  farmland  I know where the screwB. ; -    ... ���������.,������������������������������������ ���������, ������������������nr.i<.  .pinch.    I supported the Liberal party ������* ^d <* quar"f "'"'^ 2,-M^  ��������� for 18 years, when ln oppoBitlonVbo- I?* thc ������***" ������<J*ta "^ w������ K  cause  I   thought   they  wlere    sincere ������������* monarch a bridge -had been built  when they denounced all these robber- \acl��������������� thc.?*r^.a"?    ���������., i������r  ies from every platform,, and" I bellev-'   "  tive  "I feel called upon to announce 'it as  ��������� my. llrm conviction that our public im  provements Are. now <i so far advanced  THE   COAL.   STRIKES  ed them when they declared, if ' put  In. power they would eliminate protection from' the tariff (tariff for protection wo called legalized- robbery.)  That  they  would' reduce expenditure  Pa.; Oct.   J4.���������T*e������e   "was  as Ore'necessities of the country in the ; and grant so money to corporations  - near. fufin*et,'are--HkeIy"to r inquire, and j whose power was already a menaco  'that the time lias ^arrived'- to .-more | to  the  people.     (This  we  ve' called  the  . Haadcton, ra.; w.   ������*~''?���������= . *1"*J   fully redeem-thVplefoeVo'f-the Liebral jboodlers7 bankers.)    That they would  not one retBon arojin*   the,   nauomu   party.lby pract,slng   greaVer.ebonomy   not use the civil service for a bribery  headquarters of the United Mine  Workers yesterday -who' did. not  ��������� believe the end of the strike would  come within a very abort time, aa soon ���������  aa all the operators Signify their wil-  lingnoss to pay the ten per ceat special  advance in waees until'April. The  national board will be called into session and will vote-to. end the contest.  Pottsvllle, Pa.,.' Oct. - 84.���������President  Mitchell ln a speech.lovt night said the  strikers would return "to .work next  Monday and will .have1 won cvejrything  they have struck, for.  STOLE A COOIj MHXION  New Tork, Oct.-. 24.���������C. Ij Al-vorda,  for 80 years teller, in. tho First National  bank here, I.s a defaulter for oilo million dollars. The aaounccment waa i  made after Wall atrcet hod cl-xvsd for.  the day, resulting in a panic and a run  on -the bank.' ATvora's whereabouts  tire unkonwn.lt Is stated that Uio bank  haB.,recovered t^o hundred t>io#"3%nd  dollars of Ulff'inimteff.nnasy, '/  in public expenditure, and _by.. reduc--  ingithe- public'debt.' The .expenditure  shouVd not,- in any case,, in <my'opinion,  exceed-the amount 'of revenue,-_&n'd the.  public x debt! ahduld be^ reduced each  year to ,at leastV the .extent" of the  sinking fund."   .-  '��������� ���������   T  ANOTHER,REPUDIATION  Kenneth McKenzie Denounces Leaders  of His Party  The Winnipeg Dally Tribune of  Wednesday, October 17th,..containa an  lnterrlow with Kennoth McKenzie,  Liberal ex-M.*P.P.' for Barnside. %   '  Mr. UcKcnzie denounces Messrs'  Rutherfor4 and Sifton bb traitors to  the Liberal cause. He says that Sifton should -be. called after old Kruger  Instead of  Napoleon,"  rulu t<> Wn������ "jirid his associates.  fund, or.appoint members of parliament to .office. (This, we said, threatened the Independence of parliament)  That they *oirid not superannuate  competent civil ' servants -to make  places for heelers. (That practice Mr.  McMullen denounced until .ho lost.his  voice four years ago. I was sorry  for Mac., for before he met with that  sad calamity his voice was a terror to  thc Tories, and I was then one of his  y.arm supporters.) That tliey would  reform thc senate, not by replacing  dead Tories with rejected Grits," bu\  by making it responsible to the people. (Wc called it a home for  political incurables. ) and the men  who denounced all such villainous  practices the loudest have . been in  power the last-.-four, years, but have  not in any jwiy' changed the principle  cf dealing with- tho questions, but- are  crawling In the same old Hllmy ruts.  If government In Canada la. only a  being- .'named , "tho young -. scramble for office, with-no regard for  "afcril'lnc Mr. Norqijny'e honest principles, and government Is  --������������������-���������*��������� -p.-true rrttecHon. of -the eentlmont of  the convenience of h'.s host, and ae this structure was destroyed .by a storm he  caused chains to be thrown into the  sea and tho waves to be whipped with  them as a punishment for having  thwarted.his purposes. And yet historians, tell us that'Xerxes was highly  accomplished!  Tho incident has a curious parallel  ln comparatively modern . history, ft  similar action being numbered among  those of that brilliant Bohemian, General , Wallenst'eln., This man entered  the service of Ferdinand, the German  Kmperor, who was" fighting against thc  Protestants. At tho head of "gigantic  armies Wallengtein performed marches  so r.ipidly that historians are amazed;  and in 1627-had driven the Protestant  King- of Denmark, with his Invading  forces,-out of Germany,-;shutting thai  monarch up ln his Islands. But the  Bohemian had- .no" ships to.croea thc  Ilelt, and" he waa so enraged-at, this  that-he ordered a bombardment of the  wave? with red hot shot.  H.   S.  DIRECTORS:  Howland,  President  iUJUUUUMU&g  JL D, Sibbald,  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave,  RATE $1 oo PER DAY  The  0 olumbia  House.  ^?  Good accommodation.     A." good l>--ir  well-supplied  with'choioe wine"  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Brown  &  Proprietors  Pool  "-'-.r.  ?. F5URNS &/C0.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  eed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Tront Lake  Saddle and  Pack  Horses Always  for Hire.  Fieighting and  Teaming  a  Specialty. . -    .  -' - *,r-*!**l  ' - * .31  ���������: *'������!>���������  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at >,, o dock  for Trout Lake Citv.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Lajomkg .  ably furnished with the choicest  the market affords. .Beet .Wines  Liquors and Cigars. Large,. light  bedrooms. Rates :&l -, a    day.  Monthly rate. ,      I.  "Say." said Bigs to his friend Digs.  during a heated argument, "you arc  a fool."  - "Yet you say I am  your    friend."  answered Digs.     ',;���������������������������'"  "Yee. of course,"replied Bigs.,  "Then,"   said   DigB,     "what'o^jl'd  like to know Is thlB:    Am I uT'tool  because I am  your  friend' or  am  I  your friend  because I/am a fool?"  T.R.Merrltt,Vlce-Prea.  St.  Catherine*  William Ramiay, Robert Jaffray  Hugh  Ryan,' T  Sutherland,  SUynar  . BUaa 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, RevelBtoke.  Ontario:   . ���������! ���������    , ���������  Esgex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll,  LlBtowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Cclborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie;' St. Catherines, St.Thomaa,  Toronto," Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton. , ���������  Quebec:  '   Montreal.  Savings Bank i)epartment��������� Deposits  of Jl and npwarde xecolvcd and Interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial,. Municipal,  and  other debentures" purchased.' ���������  Drafts and Letters ot Credit-  Available at all points of Canada,  United . Kingdom , United States,  Europe, India, China .T*?*n Av������-  t'ralla, New Zealand etc  Gold   purchased.  This  hank  issues Special Receipts  which- will be accounted for at any  of  the  Hudson's  Bay Co's Posts la  the Tukon and Northern districts.  A. ft. B. HBARN,  ������ '���������<    Manager R*Te)at0ka Rraach.  A*0 500 LINE.  MM      ^HHil���������"Willi      I      I    IIT"  STILL CONTINUES TO OPERATE FIRST-CLASS  SLEEPERS ON ALL  TRAINS FROM REVEL-  STOKE AND KOOTENAY  LANDING  ROBERT SAMSON  ty.  and delivery  m always re   .  CMrtraats tor tobhtas  Also Tourist Cars passing  Dunmore Junction, Daily for  St: Paul, Saturdays for Mon  trcal nnd Boston, Mondays  and Tluiredays for Toronto.  Same curs pass Revelstoke one  day earlier.  No trouble to quote rates  and give you a pointer regarding the Eastern Trip you  contemplate taking.  Fall and Winter Schedule now Effective  .tnrTime-tables. IUtee, and fulLin-  foroiHti'in call on or address nearest  local agent,-or  T. A. BRADSHAW. Acest. Revttstsk*  W. P. ANDERSON E. P. COYLE  T. P.A. A.C.P.A.  Nelsos.B. G. VswMvtr, ������. C-  HEVELSTDKE  ll{QN WORKS  Blacksinithing, Jobbing,  Plumbing, Pipe Fitting,  Tinsmithing. Sheet Iron  Work, Machinery. Repaired.  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  HOBT.GORDOH  Revelstob������.  Undor taking asd Embalmia;  E. Howson~8r.Co������f  ���������ACKE3Z4S  ATE.--  ' .f?et������tt tenter* tr> ITimil������������r������.  AkS ^���������i-i^x^:;^^^^^  *Mniwmt������**WJiC������rti*������*i'r-N  *.  1    I   ill   Jill-   *   ���������Il.iu1..l-Jnfc.lft..fc_l.lfcltlll������t<.l.lt.ri   X^.X.  CTWE FILL J  Prescriptions j  Our Prescription Department is un-  equalled for tbe care and skill wilh  wfticb our prescriptions are prepared.  We carry a large stock ol the Furost o(  Drug* nnd Chemical).  Deliveries   made to nny part ol the  City.  Night Bell on Door.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  KEVELSTOKK  Coming- Events.  Nov. 1.���������Bent'fit concert and diinci.  under im-spici'S of K. of P. and B. of H  It. Trainmen, in opera house.  Local and  General  Newi.  /      fr fi .*    ������ t /-    -      a������ '   "/      ������    /  / . -'    ���������*  ^vv.'-w ^������i������������:';.  r>S>/  M'-:*fy-V'Pi'y'���������  Up till polling- day or until further notice  the regular meeting of the Liberal-Conservative Association will be held every  Wednesday evening: at 8 o. k. in their  rooms in the Oddfellow* Hall. Thc  Finance and Managing Committees and  the Committee on thc Voters Lists will  meet at the same place and hour every  Monday and Saturday.  Hallowe'en tomorrow.  Smoke the famous ������1 Presidente  Aid. Kilpatrick wiim uway on a visit  tu Vernon lust week.  F. McCnrty is away in tin- Okanugnti  Valley on a linsinesstrip.  Billiard Room in Connection with  Brown's Tobacco Store.  Judge Spinks will hold tlie county  court here tomorrow.  P. Chapman, of A. Mncdoimlcl & Co.  Nelson, whs in town on Saturday.  11. Alton, of Kidd, has loft for  Ktintlicomi, Alia., wherein* will reside  in future.  There is to be a T*n Cent Talent Ten  nt Mrs, J. Al. Scott's residence from 4  to 0 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.  Hon, T. M. Daly and Mrs. Daly  came up from Rossland on Sunday  and went east next morning.  Const. Upper left for New Westminster on Saturday evening with Jos,  Brume and Jas, Pinkerton  in charge.  XV. White, Q C, went through for  the east on Saturday morning's truin.  He had just come from San Francisco.  Remember the Faui-ruult benefit  ���������rout-eft on Thursday night. There is  going to be a good show and a big  house.  ���������Lady wants position as housekeeper to gentlemen. Good cook, highest  references. Address "C" Hehald,  Kevelstoke, B.C.  Mrs. Gibhons left for her home in  Port Moody on Saturday, after spending a few days here witli her daughter  .Mrs, Hugh Smyth,  ���������Flat to Rent���������suitable for a small  family, over the Emporium Parlors  .McKenzie Avenue. Apply to M. K.  lawson,  Hon. C. H. Mackintosh left Rossland  last week for England for the purpose  of securing capital for the development  of properties in that district.  H. A. Brown is hard nt work levelling oK..lhts floor of the Revelstoke  y'nik s.o lis to lie able to flood it when  the November cold snap comes along.  The ladies ofthe Church of England  inlendigettiiig up an entertainment al  which a comedietta entitled "A Box  Full of Monkeys" will be. the piece de  lesistancc.  At S o'clock Friday evening only  acting mayor Abialiamson, Aid.  Gordon and Aid. JlcMahoii were on  deck in the Council chamber, so the  timeline was cancelled.  Miss Alice Nortliey and Mr. XV. P.  .Spelliiian. who were married a few  ��������� lays since at Northport, are receiving  I lie congratulations and good wishes  of hosts of friends.���������Rossland Miner.  There was a big parade of Masons to  Si. Peter's i-hurih nn Sunday morning,  about 30 of llie brethren being present.  Bro. Rev. C. A. Procuiier, the vicar,  preached on the dulies inculcated by  the Order.  Thos. Skinner has imported a couple  ��������� if Belgian hares for breeding  purposes. Their flesh is considered a  great delicacy, nnd as the increase is  vei y rapid, there should lie quite a  profit in these little animals.  ��������� Hon. J. H. Turner was in town for a  short time on Friday afternoon, en  route from the Boundary country  ���������home.���������He-is-greaily���������inipiessed���������wit lithe progress made in thut part of the  world since his last visit iu :0S.  D. J. McDonald returning officer for  Yale Cariboo, told the Rossland Miner  I hat the nomination will lie made on  November 10th and tiie ejection held  on Nov. 21st. In Bun-arcl the election  will not take place until December Cth.  An Ottawa despatch snys thiitJA Co.  3rd Battalion, R. O. R.. which was  raised last spring in British Columbia  for (garrison duty and is now at Es-  <luiitvn.lt is lo be ir.tnsfeired to Halifax.  A. G. Frnser, Chris Cao and C. A,  flarte, of Revelsloke, are members of  the company.  Royalty Lodge of the S.O.E.B.S.,  gave a farewell entertainment on  Friday evening in tlie lodge to their  president, Bro. E. Mai-shallsay, who i.s  leaving the district to the great regret  of the lodge, of which he has been n  ��������� hard working and popular member  from tbe start,  Capt. Taylor, of the Revelstoke com-  |Mny. R.M.R., has received a communication from tlie Militia Department  asking him to gi-t the two lots  promised by the City Council for n  drill hall deeded over to thc Dominion  Governineni a.s they are anxious to  get on with the election of tin- li.-ill.  ���������Members of L.O.L.. No. 1G;V3. are  ' requested In nit et at the Oddfellows*  .hall on Sunday,.November 4lh, at 8:30  p.m.) for the' purpose ot. attending  divine service al. the Presbyterian  church: sojourning brethren cordially  invited to attend. The m-i-iiioh will  be preached by Bro. Rev. W. C.  Calder.  Th^hye election in Morris caused by  the'acceptance of the Conservative  member. C. - II. Campbell, of the  attorney-generalship in succession to  Hon. Mr. Macdonald took place on  Saturday and resulted in a majority  lor Mr. Campbell of 300 over his  "pponent. His majority at the general  election was 188.  The French Then ire Co. put on the  Silver King op Friday night. The  piece was well acted, but. the staging,  owing to. the peculiarities prevailing  on. the opera house stage, loft considerable, to the imagination and  sometimes even aroused the risibilities  of.-- the audience. These defect.",  however, made the fact that tlie  i-oinpany w\t������ able by sheer force of  Mcting.to maintain the interest of tbe  audience in the piece all the more  noticeable, :���������-������������������-.������������������'-������������������'���������''  Ask for El Presidente Cigar.  Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Temple have returned from a visit to Vancouver.  ���������Gust live Uli'ich, t he talented 'cellist  AI bit Heywood Co. on the (ith.  ���������Miss Emile Cole's artistic ballad  singing. Alba Heywood Co. on tin'  (lib.  IC. lluniplirys of Master Mechanic  Hobbs' nlliee is leaving on a month's  holiday thin week. Miss Mucklestnn  lias kinillv consented to preside at the  organ in St. Peter's church during his  abseiue.  J. II. Robinson of lhe Queen'* Hotel  has engaged the services of W. II,  Caldwell of Donald, long and favorably  known among llie railway fraternity,  as manager. Mr. Caldwell enters on  his duties Ibis week.  Judge Irvine heard on Friday the  civil cases of Cummins v. Cummins,  There were two cases, one on the  ownership of the Balmoral hotel.  Ferguson and the other an account for  wages. The judge, heard both cases  together and reserved judgment.  These were the only civil cases on tlie  docket.  ���������The Cash Bazaar are showing a  very fine line of ladies' underwear al  moderate prices. Also shewing ������  beautiful line of furs and eiderdown  for chiidrens'wear, and a very nice  range of ladies' underskirts. . These  goods are all new and up to date.  A correspondent asks how the word  "rations" is pronounced. If he refers to  the "emergency rations" purchased hv  the Laurier Government at the price  of two dollars per pound and sent, to  tlie Canadian soldiers in SouMi Africa,  there is no doubt lhat, il. is pronounced  "rotten."���������Montreal Star.  NOTE AND COMMENT  It is becoming increasingly difficult  every day as this campaign | rocceds  for a Conservative newspaper to find  anything to say against the Laurier  administration, which some prominent  Liberal is not perfectly willing to  endorse. The last to join the ranks of  our friends is a cabinet minister, Hon.  Mr. Fielding. The Minister or Finance  should he an authority on the financial  policy of his own government. What  does he tell us? "It is wise," he save,  to have a tariff giving the manufacturers a reasonable degree of protection." The Conservative, contention  then that the LauKer -government  has abandoned llie fiscal policy, which  it wont to the country in '90 pledged  to support, is correct. Hero is llie  Liberal Tariff Pi l.cy as announced in  '03,  " Tlie issue.between the two political  parties on the question is now clearly  defined. The government themselves  admit the failure oftheii- fiscd policy,  and now profess their willingness to  make aome changes; but they say that  such changes must bu based only on  the principle of protection. We  denounce tlie principle of protection  as radically unsound and unjust to the  masses of the people, and we declare  our'conviction that, any tariff changes  based on thnt principle must fail to  afford any substantial relief from the  burdens under which the country  labor.-'. This issue we unhesitatingly  accept, and-iipon it we await wilh the  fullest confidence tbe verdict of tiie  elictors of Canada."  Now Mr, Fielding tells us that a  reasonable degree of protection is-  ,\v.ise,-that--lhcpi:esent_tai'_HT_fraiii.ed_by.  the Liberal party in V7 is based on  that principle, and what is more, that  he does not "anticipate in the early  future that any material change will  be made in tlictarilf.'*  A Searching  Test  In these Days of Hurry  and Rush the Medicines you  Use should be ofthe Highest  Grade, and Absolutely Pure.  Our tests convince ns thut wo  are selling the |0* Finest  Grade of B&r- DRUGS in the  the marku, Our volume of  trade gives us MXf" fresh  .supplies of everotliliig in our  line nt frequent/ intervals,  and you have tUft advantage  here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  axr-  Geo. F. Curtis,  TAYLOR BLOCK.  McKenzie Avc  m  ii  ���������iy&  13*2  ss  Ba  m  m  m  %&  HATS  HATS  HATS  f&  Trimmed and  Untrimmed  The bust assortment of Trimmed  and U lit rim inert Hats in tho  City. Call and inspect before  purchasing.  TAYLOR & GEORGE.  "be leading store  **  LATE JAMES GILL & CO.  Great Bargains  In Clothing  Men's All Wool Tweed Suits  Regular Prices, $8, $io," 16  Cut to $4, $6, $8  PANTS  Men's all Wool, Serge and Tweed      n s.  REGULAR PRICE-$2-$3-and $4  CUT TO���������$1 oo-$t S0-$2.  NECKWEAR  Men's Beautiful Silk Ties  REGULAR   PRICE���������50c-60c���������75c���������and $1 00  CUT TO���������20c. each.  HATS  REGULAR PRICE���������$1 50-^2 00���������?2 50���������$3 00-S3 ^5���������$4 00  CUT TO���������$1 00���������$1 50��������� $2 00���������$3 00-S3 25  1  We are also giving a Cash Discount of 20 per  eent. off all our BOOTS and SHOES  TAVLOR a 6E0RGE  The Wide-Awake Business Men,  McKenzie  Avenue.  ll''l''y'l''l'T'l''J''i''l'x'li'l'il'ir'yT'i'TTiIii^,r'^'t>'^  J We Repair.......  WATCHES  CLOCKS,  ana nil kind* ol Jewellery  If the   work Is  not satisfactory we  relund your money.  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  and stand b; our guarantee. T  We also carry a good line of Watches *"  and Jewellery, which wo dispose ol at  moderate prices.  B.M. ALLUM,  The Leading  Watchmaker and Jeweler.  l-H"i"M"H'f  Snaps in  Hardware  A look Into our Ten or Twenty-live  cent window will astonish yon as to  values.  No shop worn roods, all up-lo-dato  wlto the prices cut In two.  Don't mI������k tho chanco to got a  Gurney Art Souvenir  Heater  Prices���������Rock Bottom  <-^-W. M. Lawrence  EHTATE  Hardware. Tlnwaro. Stoves.  Taints. oils and Glass.  'Agent lor Hamilton Powder Co.  Red Hose Degree meets second nnd fourth  Fridays ol each month; White Hose Deere*  moots lint Friday of each month,In Oddfellows'  Mali.   Vlaitlnu brethren welcome.  WM. MATHEBS,  ^  , Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE  No. 165S.  Kegular nicotines are held In tha  Oddfellow'* Half on tbe Third Krl.  day or each month, at a p.m. sharo  Visiting brethren cordially Invited'  THOS. 8TEKD,'w.lf.  Court   Mt. Btgbio  f     I. O. F., No. a*,!  Meets In  the Oddfellows' Hall.on tbe second  and fourth Mondajt of  YlllliBI  each month. .,.,,,���������,  hrrlhreu Invited to at.  tend,  B. K. ATKINS, c. W.UlTcnKLL.  Chief Ranger. K������c.-i<te.  WM.  Gold Range Lodge K. ofP.,.  No. 26, Revelttoke, B. C.  Mi'cls every XVpAnemUj in'  Ortttft'llnwa' Hull nt Sn'chx-h  VinitiiiK KniRhtH invited.  Matukws, C. C.      :::::���������:  :   :    J. Savaob. K. ok It. A ������!  A Dainty Timepiece  The lonp, delicate chain Is the correct adjunct for a  Dainty Time Piece, mid is uscul in so many other  ways you can't afford to be without one,  We offer specfal bnrenins in those fashionable chains  cither with or without the watch.  '   GUY BARBER, Watchmaker and Jeweller  ��������� 1       Mackenzie Avenue. -  THE   FRED   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  Misses Shepard &Bell  McKenzie Avenue       cm23  <������&&  m  PS?  SSSri  li  fife}  Stfi  swiivZ ������=*SI <m2 ti-ti>^jSi  aXiOSIHsTGi-  OTJT  S^XiIE   6&  GOODS AT YOUR OWN  PRICES  (5������)     EVERYTPIING MUST GO    gS  NOW ON- .\T   ���������  M. K. LAWSON'S  Mackenzie Ave.  L. A.   FRBTZ  Contractor^  and Builder  Houses and Stores to Rent  and For Sale.  In imoLlier column will lie found  part "f a speech liy Mr. Juhn Chai'lton,  contiiininp: pi-olmlily tlif most stjLflliiijr  pronniiiiceiiiunt yot in.-ule liy nny  prominent man on eithuf side diiiin-f  the pi'iiKi'uss of the present cninpnifrn.  Mr. Charlton lins not hitherto been  considered a smisin iunal politieian, an  alarmist or a jingo, fie has never lo  our knowledge been accused of stiriiiiir  up iiniinnsiilies lietween the two races  hy which Canada i.s mainly populated.  And yet he solemnly warns his fullnw  countrymen that tho situation in  Quohcc is in his opinion so" critical ns  to warrant the iilaciiif; of a British  ^ari-ison in lhat province and he hids  us take was'iiinpr hy the recent experience in South Africa. It c-innol  hut lie gratifying lo the IlrcRAr.n,  which hau more than once taken  occasion recently to press I hose very  views upon its readers, to see so  prominent a Liheial and so soher-  minded a puhlic m-iri as Mr, Charlton  sharing its opinions and having the  immense political courage to %'xve  expression to them. We notice with  satisfaction that the Conservatives iu  Mr. Charlton's riding have agreed not  to oppose him. Canada may yet need  every man of Mr. Ohm linn's calihre in  her councils and the need may become  imperative very quickly and suddenly.   Miss Gertrude   Monroe's  brilliant  -performance on her antique Cieuiona  Violin'. Alba Heywood Co. on the  0th.  Jas. I.  Woodrow  TJTCHER  On nnd nfl.fi' this date our prirt*s for Cut Firewood will   be  as   folio\vr: -.  $1 OO Per Cord at Mill  $2.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH.  FRED ROBINSON, ��������� ���������       .  ��������� Managing Director.  T.aritc mid Well Lighted  Sample ^ooms   Hcatort by Hot Air nml Electric  " Bells and Light In every room  Free nil's Meets All Trains  Ken-onahlu Kates  ..      ^cHOTEL  VICTORIA^   ..  JOHN V. PERKS, Pikii'uiktoh.  .    N"i|:ht  Grill i������.>=i 'n ('.nnectlon for the Convenience of Guests  Ilnnrlv Ptrct ('nr  Between Iloltl >inil Station  [^@^@Ds^@ik@, HoC  - f f\ ou- are talking of ji Fall  Suit, we-warit to do a little  talking', too.  Our New Goods are Just in  so we are iutV-ivsted. ami we  thiiiK we ran interest you by  sliowina; tliem.  Elegant Suiting for Fall.  M������'-ns' FurniNhingS; etc. Come  in aud see them.  J. B. CRESSMAN  '    MACKENZIE AVENUE.  ������  SMBIiTUR  TOWNSITE  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly fllh'il  Corner nonclns      p Jlyntf?rtZ()Y.U   '.i p.  **************-l-**-ie  *******  * EDISON'S  STANDARD  PHONOGRAPH  ���������f..������<f(*$������f.:f.f.>f������*f"f. <!*���������!��������� ������f I^^HflifH^ ^*f.|- .f.^.f.f jf.  Willi nil thu Intel improv* rnt>nt*t  ���������will tnkt; ami reprr>ritin(2 ^ri^nr(!.,*.  Prif.'fi ?'io oomplotc, Inflliirlhij;  Rtiflnrdcr, Rcprodnc#������r, Urrsw H*">rn  Ttinplilrf1. ShRviitff Knifp. Kfir  Tiiuuft. c'Kinols Hulr Brush, Otl  C'nii���������also hulf 11 dozen records ftrul  books of Iribtruriilon.  o.'j. aman i  CITY EXPRESS  E.W. II. PAGET, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, liDypago, etc., lo  any partof Ihe City.  Any Kind of Transferring:  Undertaken  All   orders'loft-ot  K. M. Smythe'ii'Tobacco  Store, or byTolefhono No. 7_flBf will receive  prrirnp! ttMorTl.iot)'x  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches   We have thc name of makinc  the only Stylish Suits in To,v,i  ���������for durability and quality  they also excel.  .TRY ONE  R..S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  * AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mlncn, London. Seven year*  at Mor(a Work!, Swansea. 17 year. Chief  Chemist to \YlKan Coal and Iron Co., Bae!  Late I hemist and Aimaycr, Hall Mines, Ltd. "  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  All nature Is smiling and gay-  Should yon ro Minting todav;  '  And Hhoot by good luck. -  Ilear, Deer, Partridge or Duck.  I can mount 'em for moderate pay.  H.W. EDWARDS, Taxidermist  Third Street, RoveUtoke, B. (;.  I'. O. Box���������IS.  GIVE VOR TRUTH ATTENTION  When  When they flrst neod it, before they  five you naiii, thereby n void inr need-  U'hs suffering and Hsssuring more satin-  factory and permanent work, aud at lesa  cost, than if left until the latter ildiM  of decay. -  Dr. Burgess^  Dentist,  Taylor Block.  w  W  (J)  HEADACHE  WAFERS  Ai'P a sp(>i>.ly, coi't.'tin imrl  snfe fin-e fot- He.-irlacln-fi of  till| origin!;, wliutlii'i' sick,-  J'llious, iici-Vfiiis or hvMpi'-  if'iil; nlsnii ���������Ki'L'iiL ri'licf for  Noiiinl|������ia..    --  WJ5 PREPAKE THEM  "We use only SlJin.lniil  Chpruuals,'.' tlii'i-cfon; we  can I'cconimi'iul llu-m.  I'llKJE 25c. PER BOX  To Housekeepers  ������jt9~ Now is th'e  tlmo  to  put  in  vour  Winler'H.stipply of -  -   '  Vegetables  at reasonable prices.   Thcgoodsare  lirst class and include  POTATOES, TURNIPS,  CARROTS  BEETS, ONIONS, PARSNIPS,  Also for sale about 40 tons of  HAY  S. D. CROWLE,  0<-'9-;ini Revelstoke. P.O.  H,l  vsV  Baker  AND       .      .      .  Confectioner  Bread - Delivered - Daily  CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  NEW  GROCERIES  ������  S|p'-  R. H. MAYNE,  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  /m^^.iM'^'^t.^^11^^!^^'^ ^^.rS.^^^^.^^^!^'15?^'���������  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S      '  OFFICE  i  His   Honour the   Licutc.nant-'-lovcriior   His  beau pleased to make thu   following  appointments :��������� .  ',  ,     ��������� ���������.  . Wh September; 1!W1  John n.Stlihalri, nf tin-City  of   Kevelstoke,  KM|iiire, rnlii-u MaglKtratv.   Ki.hiild  a  SiiibII ,  Debts Court for tho snid tiltv   aud   wiihlu-a  radius  of   10  ������������������ lies   therufrinn,   vice  I!.    N.  CuUfoHT, Esq u I ro.  _ ��������� l'2tb September. 1900  F. G. Fauquier, of Nnkn.-p. KvHiire, to   Lo :���������  Stipendiary .Magistrate, -  tlovernnieiii. Agent.  A>sisinnt Com.iil.vlonor of Lands . and  Works, . ,  Assessor and Collector under the ".User.-  incut Act."  llolloi'ior of Revenue Tax.  Dlsirlct    Registrar  of   Births, Deaths   atfit  Marriages,  and ' '  Registrar under thi- "Marriage Act," for .the'  Hc\elstoke lilvi-inn of West Kootenav ;  Hold Coinnilsrlnni'r for the Kv'vclytnke.'  IIIecHli'tt-Hi-t, I.urdcnu ond Trout Lake Mining Divisions ;  i;ierk of the Peace forilie County of Koot>.-  enay, nnd -  Hfslrlct Registrar of thc Kevelstoke Rcglstrv  of the Supreme court, vice II. N. Coursier.  Inquire.  ' WaltcrScott, of Jllceillcwaot, Esquire. J.  r.,  to be Mining Recorder and ��������� . -   ���������  Collecltir of Kuvenue Tax for the ArroT Lake  Mining Division, nml a  Provincial    Police  Constable,    vice'F.  O  Fauquier, Ksqnirc, traiiKfcrred to   Revelstdkp'.  Robert Armstrong, of Illecillewaet, -Esquir������  to be Mining Recorder nnd  Collector of Rcveiino Tax for the Illcellle-'  wnet ��������� Mining Division, vlc.o Walter Scott,  Inquire, transferred to Nakusp.  ,    ..  . NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that ono mouth after  dale of record I intend to applv to the Chief-  Commissioner of Lanilv and n orks to iiurchna*  80acrc������of land in thedlsirietof West Kootenav,  dcM'rlbed aa follows: Commencing at a post,  marked ��������� AlcxaudcrGreen, North-east corner!'  placed-oii_tlio~WcKt-hank���������of 'Dunran_Rlver".���������  adjoining post marked "Samuel Luffman,"  about liftcen chains South of thc junction of  Duncan River and thc West Fork, thence Soulli  forty (40) chains thence west twentv (20) chains,  thence North forty (40) chains, thence Kast  twenty (20) chains to place of commencement.  Hated at Vest Fork, Duncan Rlvor, B.C., tbe  25111 day of September, lMlii.  octlii-lnMt -   ALEXANDER GREEN.  To Rent.  House, situated near the Government Office.  Apply, at tho Hkrald ofllee.  PENDRAGON  HOTELl'^iiiK.  CAMBORNE, B. C ' .   .  Headquarters for tbe Fish River '  ' Mining District.  Camhorno is situated at the confluence of  Fish River and Pool Creek and Is within easy,  distance of tho mines of tbo rich camp.  FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION  Tho Bar is supplied with flrst-claos.Wines,  Mquomand Cigars.  Jl. M. BUCHANAN       :       :      Propriotor.  'Address Coinborno via Comaplix.  Its ali Right  Providing you nre patronizing  the Steam Laundry.  We need ymir support. Do we  merit it ? Come now ��������� let us  reason together. Can you give  us any just reason why we  should not do your washing?  P. BUKER,  H.Q.PARSON  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  1  f-iOi.-  .. T^.''7r.":ic.-pi  -.������. .������--._.������- ..

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