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 . . . ^.4  ...  ������������������sc.jiMjfc;.'-  ���������\������2.: ^������_t3KwJk_..  ,     -V -'  - i/--~,-v--- -v. i; _  il  ���������^     iffli��������� imida  -ISSUED   TWICE-A-WEEK - TUESDAYS    J^XiTXD    X^X^>XXDJ!^lTS-  Vol.  IV.    No.  85  REVELSTOKE. B.   C,    TUESDAY.    NOVEMBER 6, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  Christy's  Brown and  Black  Veiy Latest Styles.  Soft Hats  Ik Soft Hats  we have the  Latest on  the Market.  '/KhaM'  JOL C\} UP > s a  iVOTJS 47V D COMMENT  \ ���������****������**^������>J**#*������****W������!e*>������b     VWHKtWW**&Mh*^pJK&)w t  A Montreal despatch says that a  new French Conservative evening  pnper has made its appenrant'K in that  cily under the liiinio of L'Express,  wliich is making a Mrong effort to,  keep lhe Manitoba school question to ;  llicfioiil. Il might Im just ua well  I'or lhe leaduis ot the Conservative  party to nip any such effort right iu  the hud. Under no circumstances or  conditions nud'if every constituency  iu Quebec goes Grit on Ihu ll'end of il,  will the Conservative party consent  to leopen lliut (pii'Htion. Tlio French  Roman C'alholies of Quubue, Manitoba  and thu Northwest liy lheir vote in  '00 I lire w down tlie party, which had  undertaken lo reiui.'dy lhe grievances  of lhe Manitoba Human Catholics,  undertaken honestly and with tliu full  knowledge that il was risking ils  political existence by doing' so. Almost iiniinitnoiisly. the Rnuimi  Catholics of Canada declared that Ihey  wanted Laurier to settle-Lhis question  for Ihem. They got him and lie  settled it, in a kind of u way. If they  dont like that way then they cau lix  It up between themselves and the man  of their choice, for themselves. Bur.  they need never look for the Conservative parly lo come to the rescue  again," And the lenders of the party  Should give them to understand this  definitely, so lhat ^t here (may be no  possible chance ot misunderstanding  about it.  ���������J-7^-  are now tne  sellers.  COME AND SEE THEM.  The Liberals are making a great  cackle over the promise by the Finance  Minister, of the establishment of a  mint in this piovince, There is very  little credit coming to the Liberal  party on the hi ad of it. The first,  person to moot the idea in the house  was J. A. Mani, the former Conservative member for this constituent v.  [n lhe last house the people who kept  the question to the fiom.. were Col.  Prior.and. .Senator M.-icdonaid, bolh  Conservatives. Tho Liberal members  foi this province never had a word to  s-iy to help the proposal. out. Even  now Mr. Fielding '-cents to. have very  little idea of llie practical reasons,  wliich render the establishment, of a  mint at some point on Ihe coast of B.  0. a. I'UMpesi proposition, lie says it.  will.preb.-ibly.be run at ajoss and^that  the reasons".' for wishing 'to have  Canadian gold minted in Canada are  ihieHj- "sentimental." It is not being  gi anted as a l)!isiue.,s ineasui e but  pntelv a.s a sop to this province with  lhe hope of catching a few votes.  I-  MS  H  i  MACKINAW  CLOTHING   ;  We handle only the  CARR'S   Mackinaw  They" are acknowledged the  Besti,, .Every,  garment., is  guaranteed   '  Tlie result of thuapproachingeleclion  is likely lo he veiy. close one way or  the other, unless both parlies are going  lo be take.ii by sin piise.  The Mail and ftuiphu' pi edicts thai  lhe result, ot lhe rni'Lhc.imiug elecliotis  ,vi!l lie as follows  Con.  Lib  Ontario   ....    r>3  :������J  'Quebec   ....    27  SH  New Brunswick   .  .. - 7  '    7  Nova Scotia   ....    12  - S  P. K  J.-land   ....    3  2  Manitoba   ....      6  -  . 1  N. W. Torriiories   .... .   4.  -0  British ColiunhiV            O  1  117. , .   00  Coiisurval ive majority. 21.  On-the. oilier   hand .the  'Lib-nil  Simeoe Reformer   rn-ikes .thu, follow  ins prediction' of-the ,iesult 'of   the  Prompt  "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 order.  Theie is a gi.eat dill.-i. i.ee in tlo  !e-.tilli'ilei of (be i'i'-u;l'- in lhe i\i--'  ! Tlie 11 KHALI) i* it.clhii'd ti- Thin!- lb--  the ,\lail aud Empire-"-is <i,������������r.-i ; iv-  mark .in Manitoba and British Coi  unibia and .the Northwest. ...The esfi  mates are obviouslyAho .result oi real  efforts to arrive at a'.rue forecast and  it seems to-he obvious that the five  seals, which will be still in the ponl  -after next "Wednesday will he very  valuable acquisitions on one side or tin-  other. " We may expect, therefore lo  see a lively ciimpaign'stnrt in Burrard.  Yale Cariboo. 'Chicniitiini, Gacpe and  Algoma as soon as the.din of battle ia  over iu the other districts'. ..It is  noticeable1'that every-one of these  seats were represented hy Liberals in  the last house, all'of whom with the  exception of Mr. Bostock are in the  field again. Two of thtuti, Dyiuent in  Algcuik and Savard iir Chicoutimi  were returned by thumping major-it ies.  Dytnent 1837 aiid Savant 1088. while  on the other hand Lemieux only  scraped in for G.ispe by the narrow  liiajnrity of 12  Come before the Best  are Picked Out  **********-^********i******  G. B. Hume & Co,  BS^^B1S8  !?3waSws  ���������   .*������*. ~Jt^ ^J>^. -^ .y&r^ f^u. ���������&*. rJt^ *&*, *&*. .*&*, -i**- ^&*~ ������&*- -*&-- ^&*. ,>.t*; *&*. .*&*. ,*&*, -^ -*ft--.  SS  ^^^r^^^^r^^^^r^c^^^^^^^^^^ *%p  If you want help in deciding' about the new  Suit or Costume you are planning1! we invite you  to visit our Dress Goods Section and  look oyer this different materials,  seeing for \ yourself the varying  weights, textures and surfaces. . It  ���������will give you the best idea obtainable  p������ of the merits of the different pieces,  and we. will be happy to have, you  make use of; qur immense stock ih this  way. Every^ prevailing' shade and  , every different stylish fabric wili ba  found here, guaranteed, in &ye> aiid of the finest  weave and finish, so that you may place entire  confidence iii the quality of the goods.  fr.fr*-M"'M������t'fr-M-'*v,M'i*'fc'M''fc*'fr't'fr^ k***********************i  j>~ Anxious to equip themselves or pei haps iu hits', e'beause of the suddenly cooler weather  | -we suL'gcst a vi.sit'io our"Special. Departments .where ti most extontive and worthily  J. stylLli tirrii3"'"of"    "" .   .  ''���������''. ���������-'"'.        ,   -. ?l- ''���������'   '  I Fashionable Fall Costiim'es'and Stylish-Coats.  Tailor Made Skirts and Dainty Shirt "Waists,.  Beautiful Millinery, Exquisite Furs  ������  w    nnd all the otlif:r nc-edfills in the \v;iy of Shoes,   Vests,  Gloves. .Wanner Undorvvea  (!) ��������� Etc . iiwjiit your inspection.      You' can' pick   them out today and' have them home au  JTi  ispc  rciidy to v.eur hy night.  ir  and  uleci ions.:  . .      *.^ .  - '.   '     '  Lib.  ������������������Cnn,  Ontario -  ....    Ij-r  '-   .47  QuiAiet'   ;.: ���������������)  .    '25  New Brunswick   . . . '   !)  .)  Novli Scot i.i   ...    H  G  P.E. Mmul   ...      'A  2  iM.' iiiiaha   ....      ii'  ���������I  N   W Teii'iloriO'?..   .  ���������>  ���������>  \',- '. -I> Oohimb i  *     *  -  L :-.-j* i     ��������� ,.��������� r   -. 'L,  Ll.-  In our Men's Store'we are showing an unusually high class stock of  Overcoats, Suits, Hats, FurnisKLings,Stc.  and oiher requisites from which a complete wardrobe  can   he chosen' if desired.   >,A11  needs-iii Men's and Boys'. Wear can be'purchased here on shortest ��������� olice at lowest prices  Xo leiisoniibie limn donbt.s Mr.  Gallilier's loynlly. But a vote for Mr.  Gulliher means a vote for the I*'iinior  iuliniiiislinliou. ^l'.d behind the  Mutiny smiles ind patriotic Riis-h of the  Laurier figurehead lurks the real  Masler of the Administration, Israel  Tarte. And no reasonable ruun doubts  Mr. Tarte's disloyalty.  ���������The Cash H.-uaar uie shewing a  very line line of ladies' underwear at  iiioileriite prices. Also shewing h  beautiful line of fur������ and eiderdown  for ehildrena' uenr. aiul. a very nice  raiiRi; of Indies' underskirts. Thes?  goods are all new and up to tUte.   -- -'  "Wbrtliy Styles in New Fall Gloves.  ��������� If theie is one til.ue in Hevel.-toke where you ean he raire "of-irettinn; Rood Gloves, that place is this] Store.  Thi-i-e eoiiie >n u.s Ironi tiie Be.-l.G!"ve .Makers ive know of, and beiiiK made of carefully selected materials we  eaii I'll.>i:in!'.-i-r-teiy pair lo i>i\*e siiLi������fa<'t(iry Wear. . ���������'   ,.  '.Bargains in Feather Boas:.  If \-.!u ,mi- -1, -, .-pii'ile if eiild eoinc'iiiiil irt'i.oneof't.he.sp Boas at the low  prices offered.   They're a thorough  I'tfi'i'i: .i-i,! mi,I   i'-ii very .-.ofi -uid becoming in. nppetiraiire.  B^g*Reductions in Flannels and Blankets  Matin-day's biiMiiess in Bliuikets and Flannels was disappointing to us.       We wanled bigger sales, hut the wet  weather infrfered.   Now we want, lo make up for it on  Saturday and would   like you to help us  Very Fine Jackets for $4,25--rsns  This offer means a grateful for those who come early enough to profit hyit.    We advise you to be very prompt  indeed if yon are Jacket Iluul-ing.'and we feel confident that one of these Coats would pleape you.  CHildren's Woollen Undervests.  We emphasize these values  for  Saturday  selling; scan   over them and decide to buy   while  the  pi ice  advantage is all in your favor.  Misses' Jackets.  Misses' Jackets  We have a Cloak Stock that would do credit to much larger places, than Kevelstoke. Our Cloak's find favor  with the hei-t aud mos>t critical drusner.-, while our prices are just as pleasing to those   who  spend their money  Crirefiillv.  Cotton and Flannelette Goods  These are thu home needs that everyone requires, as a consequence every one will be interested in Ihe saving  vsaigaiii prices we promise for the balance ol this week. TheY will make a big difference in the cobl if you use  many yaids at a time of these staple goods.  General Merchants v     .       .   '    Revelstoke, B.C.  I PLEDGES  REDEEMED ! !|      VICTORY CONCEDED    i  A NEW AND   REVISED   EDITION!  PROMISES AND PERFORMANCES  Compiled   from   Recent   Utterances   of  Prominent   Liberals   and    Dedicated,  Without   Permission,   to   Sir   Richard  Cartwright,  I'l.'ltl'I'Y OK AU-MlNlHTK-VriON  "Thai thi! Convention deplores the  gross corruption in the management  and expenditure of public moneys  which for years past has existed under  thu rule ot the Conservative party, and  the revelations -of which by the  different parlianienlary committees of  inquiry havu brought disgrace upon  lhe fair inline of Canada.  "I- charge the government with  entering into a corrupt deal with a  uuniber of men, some of them diicct-  ors of the Globe Printing conipanvi  ���������by which these men were enabled to  grali a quarter of a million acres of  valuable coal lauds and the country  was deflauded out of two millions cif  dollars."���������II. ll. Cook.  "Read over lhe list of railways subsidized hy the present Government  and see how many are stub lines, doing  what the owners of quarries and mines  ought to do for themselves, how many  are parallel lines, and how many are  lines that can never be commercial  successes and are subsidized to bribe  constituencies."���������Huntingdon Gleaner  (Liberal.)  "I chin go that in the face of distinctly made pledges to the couiitr.iry,  you have'appointed members of Parliament to'oflice, and that you allowed  some of those" to &it\and vote - in  Parliament in support of the Government, with the promise 'of oflice in  their pockets. Can you deny this?-'���������  II. II. Cook.   "  "1 charge lhat you have deliberately broken our promise to btop lhe  granting of cash bonuses to railways  and that in doing so you have heen  guilty, not only .of doing what .we  condemned, but of attempting to bribe  constit nencies in the doing of it.: Can  you deny this ?'"  H. II. Cook,  lt. I!. Hawkins, a merchant in the  constituency of Brockville has left the  Reform Association and joined lhe  Conservatives. - -Mr.-Htvwkioe)- in-^-H  letter to the Brockville Times, says:  -"As I have suited (in other occasions,  my reason for leaving the paity was  diie'to such glaring toiiuplton as the  Btockville by-election case, the Yukon  steal, the Driimmdnd Railway deal,  Tarte's disloyal speeches on she contingent, the fake voto on prohibition,  and, worse , than all the emergency  rations disgrace���������I s-iy disgrace, because it has disgraced Canada to have  it heralded abroad that thegovernment  should have been guilty of sending such  rations witli our brave boys to So'lth  Africa��������� a coutingeht which Mr. Sir  Wilfrid Laurier says "he did not send,  but. only allowed to go.' Sir I ask any  honest unprejudiced reader if this is  not enough to turn any man worthy  of the name, from supporting- suclr a  combination, ami yet Tarte says" Wait  until you see us next year,' a term  which with my assistance they shall  never have."  Mr/D.'G. McClnng.'of Winnipeg,  announces that he went north to the  Yukon a staunch Liberal.- Ue has ro-"  turn'ed-"to the East to help put" Sifton  and his "hordes of r ascitis" nut.. His  trouble is tbe system of robery: inaugurated in.the Yukon dis'trict. He says  that when a miner would find a good  claim aiid'go down to Dawson toregis-  I er-he-wouTd-lie-put off-for-a-few-days.:  While waiting for his papers, a friend  ofthe official coterie there .would be  sent'out to grab' the;, tlaini' for the  Sittonian trust, and when "the' discov-  erer-Uirned up again for his papers he  would be told that somebody -.else .had  got lhe prize."' -  ��������� '"  La Presse, an Independent French Journal Gives the Conservatives from 20 to  30 Seats iu Quebec and a Victoiy all  0?:r Canada.  La IJie������-e, Uie French newspaper, of.  groat circulation and much influence.-  among the Kiencli-Cniiailians people.of  the province of Quebec, has preserved,  a veiy neutral poition throughout the  entire campaign. At last, however, it  has broken silence in a lending editorial, wlicrt-in it is declared that thc  pros-peels of a Conservative victory on  Wednesday are. concedeo hy many.  Liberals. The declaration of La Presse  is the result of 11 careful inquiry regarding the conditions in the province  of Quebec. It is admitted on all sides  that lhe return of twenty supporters  of the Conservative paity in tho.  province means a Consei vai ive victory  all over the country. The Consprvat-,  ivf������ will probably carry some'20 to 30  seats in this, province. Among tho^  Liberals iu Monti eai many are to bo  found who \\ ill admit that ths Conservatives will carry twenty-four seats in'  Quebec. The comment from La Presso  is given iu full:  "Tho'polilical campaign which  Con/  servatives are at present   carrying   on  is truly   marvellous,   ihasmurh   as   it  shows how to give, strength to a  party_  and how to organize for battle.    The.  Liberals  themselves   admit   that   the.  Conservatives have  made   a   splendid',  fight: and   many   among   them   now_  think    that   the  Conservatives   have  powerful reaSo'ns to hope  for  victory.'.  The news that comes from all parts of '  the country indicates that the  Conservatives aie  displaying  in  the  contest -  an energy and a .vigor   beyond   com-  pai ison. and superior to anything that,  has ever been seen In   tlie. history   of]  thepaitv.   Sir Charles Tupper.   if   he  triumphs next week, will  have at  his"'  side a very strong  support   from   the  province of QuebBC, composed  of  sup- '  erior men of great strength.     Every-_���������  body admires, and   with   reason,   the  fight made by the Conservatives.      La's  Presse admits cordially   and   without  reserve, tliat the pluck of our Conservative   friends   is   absolutely   admirable."  ...... --���������--.- Election Returns.   .   , ,_  There will   be  an   instrument   and  wire   installed   in    the    Conservative,  committee rooms to  morrow  evening...  and all electors are invited to pay  the-  rooms a visit and get the first news of".'  the election let-.irns.  The City Council.  Met   as   usual   on   Friday   evpning.'  Present Acting   Mayor  Abrahamson.'-  Aid. Kilpatrick, McMahon,   Newman/  Gordon.  COltBESPON DKXCE  F. Buker complaining   of  his   hnrse.-  being impounded   while   outside   city...  limits,   referied   Chief   of   Police   for~  report; from the same askinj,   525   for  a sidewalk laid down by him  on   First"  St. fyled; from W. M.  Lawrence asking for   light  nt   corner   of  sidewalk'  near Presbyterian church, fyled;  from'  Dept.   of - Interior    re   villa lot No,'  40, stating that fyle containingcorres- .  pondence on subject had been  mislaid,*'  fyled; from R.'Samson   stating .that''  lhe case of P. Rurns   v.   Saiustpn "had..'"  gone against f'hiiu   and   that * the^g-^l ���������_  Public School Report  The following is the standing of the  pupils in tne Revelstoke Public School  tor October:  DIVIflON 1.  Class 0���������1 Bessie Lawson, 2 Edna  Neild," 3 Frank Giierin."  Class + sr.���������1 Maud Hyatt, 2 Vina  Coleman, 3 Peail Robinson.  Class 4 jr.���������1 Jos. Morgan, 2 Fred  Unpihaft, 3 Grace Somes.  A. Sullivan.  .  DIVISION 11.  Sr. Third���������1 Nellie Daniels, 2 Winnie  Mt-Ci iii'V. 3 Percy Dunne.  Jr.  Third���������1    Gertrude   Laws-on.    2  Arthur Benuet, 3 Harold Burridge.  Miss Smith.  nivisioN in.  2nd   Reader���������1    Harold     Giierin,   2  Florence Watson, 3 Maigarct Daniels,  Ist  Reader���������1   Agnes   Blackberg,   2  Jennie Hyatt,'3 Allie Gain.  Miss Millard.  division iv.  Class  3���������1   Mabel   Hay,   2   Maggie  Nealoti, 3 T.innis Patrick.  Class 2���������1 Doris Bennett, 2 Emma  Morgan, 3 Oliver Ainslie.  Class   1���������1   Kathleen   Anderson,    2  Rheta Johnson, 3 El-net-t McMahon.  MlSS Eog.mi.  DIVISION V.     *  Class -J���������1 Duncan Kennedy. 2 Olive  Robinson. 3 Mauunie Fleming.  Class 3���������1 Eric Coursier, 2 Ivan  Sutherland. 3 Elsie Oonke.  Class 2���������1 Frank Daniels, 2 Leon  Kcnoit, 3 Leon Coursier.  ClasH 1���������1 Harvey Ford, 2 Laura  Johnson, 3 James Lawrence.  Miss Robinson.  handed by.bim 10 the council out of '  the fine would have to he refunded^'  and asking that the' crStiuci] pay the '  costs of the ca*e aiid-fnnush funds to" '  appeal it, refc-s red city solicitor for an*,  opinion.'  " KEPORTS. ���������    t  ���������  The P.' XV. committee recommended"  vai ions street  crossings,   etc,   that   a'  suitable building he-rented  for  No   1.  Fire   Brigade, equipment;    that    the.-  request of the  City   hnnd   for use   of  spare table iu fireball  lie granted  and"  that the lights at Charles St. on Doug-,  las St. hill and at Kootenay and   Diir<l .  lie raised and that the  light   on Thirrt'_  and Charles be fixed   so   as   to   light."'  np hoth Streets,   and   that   no   other  sidewalks or erodings  shall  be   limit"  this year, adopted.  An agreement between   the  council"  and the Revelstoke   Water,   Light   lc\  Power Co, relative to  covering   mains 1  uncovered during progress of corporation work this year was r-itified."  Hon.   T.   R.  M'Innes  Chances.  on   the   Liberal  Vancouver. Aug. 11,1000  '"I   have,    kept  pretlv   close   watch  upon the trend of public sentiment in  this piovince, and in the Dominion  generally, and I an thoroughly convinced that the Laurier government  will not be sustained when the appeal  is made to the electorate.  Yours sincerelv,  (Signed!      Thos. R. M'Innhs."  Faucrault Benefit Concert.  One of the   biggest  audiences   ever  assembled in   the   opera    house " was*  gathered there on Thursday evening  last on tbe occassion of the Faucrault"  benefit concert given  under the "aus-'  pjces of K.of P." and B. ot R.T. A large"'  number of residents from  Kamloops" '  Arrowhead and other   outside" points*  were present.    The programme was 11  long one and   had to he   considerably  cut dewn in the course of the evening.'.  The orchestra  was   furnished   by   tho"  City band and   E.   Hunipheys and   A,"  Matthews   rendvred| the   accompaniments.    The niinslr-el  circle was   well'  got up and put on.     Little Miss Irene  McCriun's    Serpentine     Dance     whs  greatly appreciated as were also  J.   E.\  Taylor*!, comic songs, G.   Stevenson's"  recitation. A. Owens and H.  WatkinV  songs and the prize fight,between the.,  miller ami Uie sweep/ which 6imply  convulsed  the  "whole   audience   with-  laughter.   Tbe farce "Turn Him  Out"t  under the management of the veteran'  Tim Dunne,  who rendered  Nohbs   in'  great  style,   waa   well   received   and.  scored another success for Miss Nellie.  Dunne   in   ine  souhrette part.    The"  other chacacters were  taken  bv Miss'  Vint Coleman, C. J. Wilkes and G. E.'  Grogau,   J.   MtCrurn's ..step    dance,",  which wound np'the programme was'  .1 very popular number, .A" big crowd',  stayed on for^the dance, which follow-*  ed the show ai)d kept th'e ball' lbllirivJ*  till uioiniri"': " Kevelstoke   Herald  ft-  FobBshed la the Interests ot  BcreUUk*. L*rdea.u, Bis Bend, Trout  bake, IMolllewast, Albert Canyon.  Jordan     Pass     aad     Eagle  Pam restricts.  A:   JOHNSON PROPRIETOR  ��������� Semi-Weekly Journal, published  te the interests ot Revelstoke and  fee surrounding districts, Tuesdays and Fridays, making closest  connections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads.,  ftBO'per Inch, 6lngle eolumn, $2.00 per  tach wtien lnsertea on title page.  Legal ads., 10 cents "per .inch (nonpa-  rtel) line for first Insertion; 0 cents  for each additional Insertion. Reading  aotlcfts. 10 cents per line each issue.  Birth,   Marriage  and    Death   notices,  Subscription Rates: By mall or  MUrrier, $3.00 per annum; $1.25 for six  months, strictly In advance.  Our Job Department. THE HERAliD  Job Department Is one of tho best  equipped printing offlces in "West  Kootenav. and is prepared to execute  ���������11 kinds ot printing In nrat-claoa  ���������tyle at honest prices. One price to  all. No Job too large���������none too  email���������for us. Mail orders promptly  attended to. Give us a trial on your  meit order.  To Correspondents: Wc invite correspondence on any subject of Interest to the general public, and desire  a reliable correspondent In every locality surrounding Revelstoke. In all  casee tho bona flde name of the  writer must accompany manuscript,  but not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD.  It is now as clear ae daylight that  at the tirae Mr. laurier was making  fair promises o the temperance people he wns secretly planning a means  of escape from the dilemma which  threatened him. This is tho flrst  time that the people who have been  tricked bjr; Mr. Laurier havo an opportunity to rosont his deception. Sir  Wilfrid Laurier will lose thousands  of votes hy reason of his double-dealing and insincerity toward the temperance  peoplo,  Notice- to Correspondents.  1. All correspondence must be legibly written on ono side of the paper  ���������nly.  2. Correspondence- containing personal matter must be signed with the  proper name of the writer.  3. Correspondence with reference  to anything that has appeared ln  another paper must flrst bo offered for  publication to that paper before It  can appear ln THE HERALD.  TNE PROHIBITION TRICK  On October 21.  1895;'   Hon.  Wilfrid  Laurier addresed- a public meeting in  oLindsay,   Ont.   The  proceedings   were  reported in the Globe of the next day  from  whicli  the  following  extract  is  '   taken:  At the conclusion of his (Sir Wilfrid's speech, which was listened to  iwlh profound atention, ho following  letter was put  into his hand:  Lindsay, Oct. 21,  1895.  Hon Wilfrid Laurier:  Dear  Sir:     Would  you  be  so  good  as to state what position you will take  on  the prohibition question  if placed  jt the head of the government at tho  nest general  election,  and  oblige.  (Signed)      NEWTON HILL.  - Methodist Minister.  Mr. Laurier said:   -In regard to this  Question of  prohibition,  this  is what  1 have to say-..  The question of prohibition Is, as you know, of very great  -importance.    It engaged the attention  of tho great Liberal eonvenion which  met at Ottawa two years ago to consider   the   important   quesions   whicli  affect  the  Dominion  of Canada,    and  the Liberal   party  then  assembled  in  convention     came     to    a  conclusion.  They looked upon the question in all  its bearings.    It  is  a mighty  serious  Question   and   very   complex,   and,   as  you know, the Liberal party came to  the  conclusion   that they  would  cm-  body it in their platform upon which  they might go  to the country,    that  as soon as they came into, power, they  -would  take  a  plebiscite on the question.   That Is to say. they would take  a vote of the people upon that ques-  ion to ascertain whether the people of  Canada   are   In   favor   of   the   prohibition  system   or  not.    Gentlemen.   I  have only to say this:    The policy of  the Libera-  party will  be    faithfully  ..carried  out  when,   they    come    into  -   power.    There   shall   be  a   plebiscite  and the  will   of   the  people  will    be  ascertained, and whatever the will oi  the people  may be  the  duty  of    the  government U to carry thai   will   into,  execution.  If this answer meant anything, it  meant that Sir Wilfrid promised that  he would give the country prohibition  if a majority of .the people voted in  its favor.  Mr. Laurier primised-lhat ho would  leave tho question to the people to  decide. He did not honestly do so.  He allowed four members of his cabinet to stump Quebec with a view to  prevent an honetit expression- oi  opinion being obtained In that province. We again quote the Globe to  support that contention. On October  $th. after the "plebiscite was taken,  the Globe contained an Interview witli  J. H. Carson, secretary of the Dominion Alliance in Quebec:  "The greatest reason for the heavy  majority against us in Queue," he  said, "was the belief," which had been  circulated widespread, that to have  prohibition carry would hurt Sir Wilfrid Laurier. This sentiment was  scattered all over by the Liberal  members of parliament and their  workers ln every riding. Our canvassers were- told this everywhere they  went, on hoth sides of tho St. Lawrence. The order seemed to come  from somewhere���������no one knows  where���������that the French-Canadians  should vote against it. I spoke to Mr.  Fisher about it. and ho said he wius  auro the suggestion had never tome  from Mr. Laurier. but that it might  possibly have come from some of the  liberal members. Our position was.  again placed at a disadvantage by the  action cf four of the cabinet ministers  speaking, and working against us.  They went around to the Liberal  members and told them that prohibition must he defeated in the province of Quebec. Mr. Tarte appeared  <m   the   platform,   and.   besides,     his  THE  ORIT   POLICY  Sir Wilfrid Laurier refuses to put  tho alien labor law into" operation  because it may annoy the Americans^  He refuses to put a prohibitory export duty on pine, pulpwood, pulp  and nickle ore and matte, because  that might displease the Americans .  And he throws work In the way of  tho Americans every time ho has n  chance,  For locomotives for the Intercolonial railway tho government seat to  Philadelphia and other American  cities, letting our own works be closed up for lack of orders.  Yukon supplies that could have been  got from Canadian manufactories, the  product of Canadian labor, is purchased in tho Unitod States.  To that country it wont for the  very hank notes that form so important a part of the money of the country.  Our postage stamps are turned out  by a forolgn concern. Canadian industry and skill are of little account  in tho eyes of the government. , ..-"'"  Mr. Sifton has been paying '$5 a  head for shiploads of Doukhobors and  Galiclans, whom he "represents to he  intending farm settlers, but who prove  to bo needy''laborers ready to work  here for' wages on which n decent  Canadian would starve.  - When tho Grand Trunk railway  striko was on, the government could  not bo induced to move a hand to  help the men. Thanks, chiefly,, to E.  F. Clarke, a prominent Conservative,  that strike was finally brought to ,au  end.  In vain, too, the striking miners  in the Slocan besought the government's intercession, as did the striking salmon  canncr? on"' the. Fraser.  What havo the/rejected.' appeals ot  the working men' of British Columbia  against Chinesq-'labor availed? They  got Sir Wilfrid's sacred promiso to  practically exclude the Chinese, and  they got an act which will not stop, a  single Mongolian.  Last of the frauds on the working-  man is Mr. Mulock's conciliation net.  It is even emptier than the alien labor  act. It creates nothing, devises no- j  thing, but simply permits what was  free to everybody before. Since it  came into force we have had tlie  strike of the railway boiler makers,  strike ou the Fraser, a strike or tne  hoilermakers, a strike on the Western  and Pacific divisions of the C.P.R.. a  big strike of cotton mill hands, and  sundry smaller strikes, and the conciliation act had as little effect on  them as it had on thc weather.  Thc humbugged, victimized wage-  earner is asked by the Laurierite to  regard as his benefactor the government, that has thus treated him.  THE COAL OIL MONOPOLY.  Coal oil is selling In Toronto today  at 20 cents a gallon.   Under the Conservative regime the price rarely exceeded 15 cents,    and    lt    frequently  dropped as low aa 10 cents a gallon.  The average Increase in  price would  ho In tho neighborhood of eight cents  per gallon.    This Increase Is not due  to any shortage in tho supply, or to  an increasing demand.     It is wholly  traceable to the policy of tho Laurier  government   In   allowing   the coal oil  industry to pass under thc control of  tho Standard Oil monopoly.   Tho Liberal  government  In  1897  passed    an  act taking power to Itself to reduce or  abolish the duty on any article controlled hy a combine or trust wherein tho price was adranced to the consumer. If ever there was a case where  thia antl-comblno   legislation   should  havo been1 applied it is in tho coal oil  Industry.     By illusion of tho Liberal  government  with     tho. Standard   Oil  company of tho United St'atcs-tho latter  acquired  tho .ownership    of    the  Canadian  refineries and  the absolute  control  of thc  Industry.    Tho  result  is thatl this mammoth trust has since  increased thc price six cents per gallon, which on tho twenty million gallons  consumed  annually    in  Canada  amounts to one million two hundred  thousand dollars.   Refined oil   in barrels now cost6, at wholesale, 18 cents  per gallon.    Before the business fell  Into the .hands ot the Standard octo-.  pus It cost 12 cents ,a difference������^  six cents. "-   ^ -���������'     "    "-���������"-  -" The government has not only done  nothing to free the country from this'  gigantic monopoly, but has actually  passed legislation in virtue of which  the monopolists have become- still  more securely entrenched in Jheir  monopoly. /  Cast your voto. on November 7th  against tho..gove'rnment which favors  monopoly at the expense of the people. , '"  A   LIBERAL  WARNS    THE   ELECTORS  The Winnipeg Tribune is a Liberal  newspaper; Its editor, Mr. Richardson, represented Llsgar in the late  parliament and Is again a candidate  with certainty of re-election.  Vet Liberal as both newspaper and  its editor are. tho Tribune feels it  necessary to warn the electors of  Manitoba against the methods it  believes the Liberal managers will  resort to in order to capture the constituencies. "Money���������secured from  corporations as a return for lavish  subsidies: from individuals as an acknowledgement for whisky permits;  dredging leases and timber concessions; from contractors who grasp  fully Mr. Tarte's historical phrase���������  'Business is business"���������will be poured out like water in tho "attempt to  bribe voters and corrupt constituencies  Should this fail; should thc electors  display a sturdy independence and  manifest a recognition of their responsibilities as possessing the franchise, the other means will bo resorted to by theso desperato political  gamesters and the Becrecy of the ballot will be violated and the expression of their views by the voters  oyer ridden hy ballot stuffing and  other methods at which thc manipulator* of thc machine were shown in  tho election trials in Ontario, to ho  such adepts."  These are thc .views of a Liberal  who knows what he is talklng^about  and who refuses to bow thc knee - to  the Sifton Baal. A voto for Oliver  .means a voto for thc desperate mon  who arc using such despicable means  to hold on to power and oflice.  Arthur Sifton, his brother, is stumping  Alberta, to elect Oliver. Where does  Oliver's Independence come in?  Ask the boys who havu returned  from South Africa about the emergency ratlona scandal. They ought  to know, and their verdict will he accepted against tho machtao politicians  who would have murdered our Canadian   soldiers.  Sifton claims at Brandon that ho  alone abolished the seed grain liens.  DouRlas in Western Assiniboia makes  the same boast, and Oliver tn Alborta  claims that Oliver did lt ,and did it  alone. The reports of parliament  show that It was done because the  Conservative member for Weeteru Assiniboia kept pegging away at the lot  till they had to do it.  sac  The bogus telegram stating that Sir  Charles Tupper had abandoned his  Ontario tour is on a par with other Mf-  touian '   campaign       methods. Sir  Charles is addressing two or arora  meetings in Ontario daily and meeting  wilh the enthusiasm and respect due  to the oldest active statesman_.in Canada and the lender.. of "ix. jrreat and  united  party.'- ���������  minority of 86. After that the country was adinlijlatered for IS years  under the national -policy,. and  when four years ago the Liberals  again came Into power they adopted  that policy as the only life buoy to  which thoy could cling. Sir Charles  had prophesied that Liberal success at  tho last election would mean ruin for  the country. Ho had believed Liberals men of their word who would  adopt tho principles they proclaimed,  but they did not. They had taken  tho policy of thoir opponents and  while that had saved Canada it should  also havo mado Sir Wilfrid Laurier  ashamed to say that the national  policy had been the policy of failure.  Instead of free trade thc Liberals had  adoptied a tariff In cottons and a  score of other common artlcloa higher than ever boforo "  to  Th������ Standard-6(1 company made 48  millions lost ypar. Thia te one of the  pernicious combines; which the Laurier  government allowed to fasten-its unholy grip on Canada. Tho Kovernment  allowed it���������probably for a consideration  ���������tho privilege of bringing oil Into this  country in bulk. The result Is that wo  are paying to and 50 cents a gallon for  the. same coal oil the Standard, OH"  company sells- in England for 10 cento  a gallon.  x m: aooTT, b.jl, l.ub  Bwtataf; Solicitor. Notary Public. Mo  HeKeoale Aronue, Revelstoke StatJte.  Money to I*>an  TOO MANY COOKS.  H. H. Cook, formerly Liberal member for Slmcoe is one of those who  will bo largely responsible for the  spoiling 6������ tho party broth throughout the Dominion;"   '     .     ' '  Another cook, In the person of out-  old friend Frank Marriaggi, of Fort  Saskatchewan, is" helping to defeat  Frank Oliver by supporting-that gentleman for the reason that--Mr. Oliver,  in his opinion, is on the side of tho  Boers. Those who know Mr. Marriaggi are aware that not only Is he a  first rate chef but that ho is also a  "dead game" sport. Mr. Marriaggi  haa been sizing up tho situation in the  electoral district of Victoria, which  Mr. Shera represents in the local  house, and as the result of his investigation offers to  bet  The Herald  THE SILENCE OF GUILT  With regretful disgust old-Mme Liberals are remarking that no attempt  has been made to defend tho administration against tho charges made  not only...by-Mr. Cook, but by other  weil"~known Liberals from one-end of  Canada to tho other. A silly attempt  was made to divert attention ��������� from  the gravity of tho charges by quoting  Sir Wilfrid Laurier's statement that  he personally never asked $10,000 for  a seat in the senate. No sane person-ever supposed Sir Wilfrid did so,  nor did Mr. Cook suggesf'such a  thing. '���������  But we ar<< not talking about thc  corrupt proposal. What wo have'  asked for Is. a reply hy the'Liberals  to thc charges of maladministration.  Can no reply be made to the long indictment made by these Liberals? Mr.  Charlton admits the charges aro true  but promises a change in the future,  Is this tho best the party can do'  Where  is  Mr.  McMullen?  The popular vote at tho last election  has been calculated at 413,006 Conservative, 397.194 Liberal, and S0.511 In-,  dependent. The winning of half tho  the Independents would put out  enough Liberals and In enough Conservatives to change tlie complexion  of parliament. And with old Liberals  like Mr. John Charlton kicking against  Tarteism, and others llko H. H. Cook  denouncing the whole,.-government as  evil, to say nothing of the working on  the public mind of tho emergency  ration and' other deals, the job- should  be an easy one.  HARTBT, McCARTBR & PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors., Etc  Solicit���������������    for    Imperial    Bank    et  _ Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per ewt  Offlces:    Molsons  Bank Block  ttret Street, Rerelstoke Station, B.C.  J. W. CROSS  Ofllee  Mackenzie Avenue, Rerelstohe  Surgeon to the C. P. R.  Health Officer. City of Revelstoke  Methodist Church, ReveUtoke -  a*?'??^' "onricee at 11 a. m.  2XL 7i!S &m' C,ftM'meeting at. the  ftS?  *'**?  morning service.   Sab-  w������v."Cheo1 MdB1W6 class, at 2f30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30.    The nubile  are cordially Invited.   Seats fr������.  RBV.S.J.THOMP80N,   Pastor.  YUKONISM AT HOME  While the.Kovernment "touched" the  protective* duties in many directions,  and did much injury to manufacturers,  there wore instances where 'the protective feature was not so "resolutely  eliminated." For instance the duty  on sweet biscuits waa increased two  and a half per cent, and the duty on  candies wont up from' 25 per cent to  35 per. cent with a naif cent, a pound  specific added. ' Hon. Wliliam Patterson, tho gentleman" who proclaims tho  great principles, of Liberalism ,in so  'loud a'voice, happens to be a manufacturer in this line. Of course-that  had nothing to do with the matter. It;  was only a desire to make happy with'  purely Canadian sweets the homes of  those who were deprived of work by  the building of Canadian government  locomotives in the United States, and  the closing up of the barbed wire industry in this country.  The Revelstoke  Herald rscmi wocwy  Has more readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers ln RevelBtoke than, any other paper;  doea more job printing ln the  city than any other paper; It's  newB -Is more spicy and up-to-  date; Its Influence is greater;  Its advertising rates are lowest  ,. circulation considered; Its sub"  scription rate is only $2.00 pei  annum; lt covers the field. Try  lt and be with the Crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  St. Peter's Church (Anglican)      -  Blflftt  a.m���������   Holy   Eucharist;     11  a.m., matins; litany and sermon (Hair  L2������JIun2aL seh001' or chiidrens'  terries; T:30 evensong (choral) and  Bennon. Holy Davs���������ThA jJS  Eucharist 1. cStebratedlt 7am ^t  ���������.������.. aa announced. Holy Baptism  after Sunday school at 3:16. '  C. A. PRQCUNTTR, Vicar.  Presbyterian Church   '  Swjtoe  every  Sunday    at  11  a.m  aad >-7.10 p.m.   Bible Class at 2:84 9  ra. to which all are welcomo. Prayer  meeting at 8 p.m. overy Wednesday.  RHV. W. C. CALDER, PaatSr  . Salvation Army       .   .  ...._.    I    Meeting every night ln  the������r  Revelstoke, B. C. on front street.  ^^^j&JEJEi^JEJ&jfeJS,  Some Umo ago rich lodes of man-  $100  that Frank Oliver  will  have    a j gan(jso  and  ]ead  werd  digcovere<j  on  paper  every  day  foiltrht     ?trons  ag������inst prohibition."  LAURIER GETTING LEFT  Public dcsertlonB of well know" Liberals are getting common, but nevertheless Ihey continue to attract attention because they show the trend of  public thought, for lt is justly considered that If ol'd partisans revolt  against their new leaders thero must  be very little cohesion left ia the  party. Last week the sensation in the  west was the public accusation i>y Mr.  W. B. Pottingcll. president of the I.lb-  -c-ral-^association-of���������Regina,-thaU-the.  Laurier government was fa'.se to ihe  platform on which it had been elected,  and that he would no longer vote for  Sifton or his friends.  There Is another such uarthciuake In  the east,'for-Mr-sli. IT. Cook, of East  Slmcoe, an old Liberal and ^former  M. P. UCCU603- ' the government of  breaking all their plfedgcs. He- says  that they have in their four years of  power appointed 13. members ot parliament to offlces at salaries amounting to JSO.OOO p<*r annum. That instead of investigating the charges  against Mr. Sifton, the other ministers  refused to grant n Judicial enquiry;  although plank number flvv of tho  Liberal pi'atform expressly says: "That  it is the ancient and undoubted rlijht  of the house of commons to enquire  ito all charges of misconduct is ofllco  against ministers of the crown, and tho  reference of such wintU-rs to royal  commissions created upon tho advice  of the- accused, is at variance wilh the  du-.- responsibility of ministers of the  house of commons."  He accuses the present government  of being fnK-o to all their promises as  to reducing expenditure and thf- public  debt, ana Is especially severe in hist  denunciation;- of the attt-rnr>t to giw  Mackenzie and Mann 2.1.000 acres of  gold bearing lands for every mile- they  built of a. narrow sun;--" tramway. As  a. Liberal nnd patriotic Canadian he  u'rgc������: "What, then ,is our duty to  our party, and to ,our country .A mi In  I repeat thnt only by repudiating those.-  leader.=, by disassociating ourselves  from them, and by doinf; .-ill that may  be i������ our power to i>un|=)i tlii.ni for  their fal.vnc-^p nnd treachery, by driving thi-ni from power and from the  office1."' which tiny retain as the- price  of thuir treason to prlnclpl-. c;t" we ns  individuals .'i"d as :i party avoid sharing th"ir gulll and participating In  thi'ir shame. rn no oilier way, and  by no means Micut of thin, ran we hope  tn n.^.1111 or r'lnin .is a parly the re-  spi."'t ::-'id colini'it-r.rr nf a patriotic and  di c ni-y lov:iib' public."  majority of  50  votes  throughout  thc-  dlstrict.  Victoria comprises among other  districts Lac la Blche, White Fish  lake, Pakan. Whitford, Bruderheim,  ind several oLher places, not to men  tion Fort Saskatchewan itself. If Mr.  Marriaggi can offer his friend Mr.  Oliver no more than 50 of a majority  in all these places, what has become  of the solid north of which some  local politicians seem so confident.  Mr. Marriaggi is one of Mr. Oliver's  inside guard iu the north, and may  ho relied upon to give the rosiest view  possible of that gentleman's prospects  and a majority of 50 throughout the  whole electoral district of Victoria is  all that he is able to claim!  tho shores of James' bay by some  Western men, and the finders hurried  to Ottawa to obtain a lease from the  department .of the interior, hut they  encountered several delays, until at  lengh they learned.that tho locality  had already been leased to an eastern man. According to tho Winnipeg  Telegram the man obtained a blank  lease for the whole district covering  18 miles cf coast and -13 islands, and  afterwards ln Philadelphia organzied  a syndicate for operations. He returned to Ottawa with an accepted  check for $40,000 which he paid into  the Bank of Ottawa, and though a  poor man before has set up now iu  considerable   style.  THE TARIFF REFORM FRAUD  lt requires close attention nowadays  to keep up with thc changes in the  respective party politics, says the Sun,  an_Inderio_ndent Toronto - newspaper.  DID THEY DO   IT?  While on the Conservative side Hugh  John Macdonald has pledged himself  to use his influence to secure the removal of the duties on agricultural implements, Liberal candidates are declaring for protection in order to secure the manufacturer's vote?. J- D.  Allan, one of tho Liberal candidates  in West Toronto, where tho Massey-  Harris works arc situated Is reported  by the Globe ae saying ln his speech  accepting the nomination. "It will  be our business aa sensible people to  see that no obstacle is placed in tho  way of such institutions to Increase  and enlarge their business, all of  which means direct benefit to the  merchants and artisans of this city."  This means, if it meana anything, that  Mr. Allan Is prepared to stand by the-  present duty and advocate? Its increase if thc Interests of the Massey-  Harrls company require it. Snch  speeches aa Mr. Allon'a cannot fail  to create distrust among thousands  of Liberal and independent voters  throughout the country who have In  tho past supported tho Liberal party  bs tbe party of tariff reform.  3EF0RE THE BATTLE  The Dominion house ot commons  has 21.1 mombers, and at last session  they  were composed  as  follows:  Con.  Lib  Ontario   40  .     14  52  Quebec   ,->1  Nova Scotia   8  12  .Vow Drunswick   8  fi  Prince Kdward Island  2  '.'.  X. W. Territories ..   ..  1  ?,  Manitoba   2  0  llritish Columbia   ..   ..  2  4  77  130  Liberal   majority   Tii,   requiring     a  fhiinKo of thirty seats to overcome.  Thc; late government met for the  flisi time on August If), 180C, and roso  for ihe last time on the 18 July, 1900.  It hold five sessions altogether, the  I11M of which was I08 days, and being  ho Ion? the Quebec members-wanted  an f-\tr:i ?."i00 indemnity and wrre  'dissatisfir-d at its being refused.  ���������'The Canadian tariff as it stands  today is playing right into tho  hands of theso monopolists, with the  enormous duty of five cents a gallon.  -We-arc--much-mIstaken_if_tho_Ottawa  government does not announce ln tbe  budget speech during thc forthcoming  session the total repeal of tho duty  on coal oil. It is the clearest kind of  an unnecessary and burdensome tax."  Winnipeg Free Press. 30th January.  1893.  SIR   CHARLES   TUPPER   AT  LINDSAY  "Speaking at Massey hall; thc other  evening, sir Wilfrid Laurier had declared that he was never found swimming with the atream; he was always  guided by principle and stood firmly  by his convictions in all times and  places. Such a statement, Sir Charles  Tupper said,"showed that the premier  was lost to truth and fact. He, Sir  Charles, had challenged Sir Wilfrid  in the house, and did it now again,  to point to any principle that ho had  laid down in 25 years and had not  broken, or any promiso that he had  not falsified. The premier, said Sir  Charles, had declared that he would  maintain the principle that the federal parliament must not interfere with  the provinces; yet, at St. Roche, ho  told his fellow religionists that if Manitoba did not give the Manitoba Catholics redress ho would get it hy compulsion.  "Turning to the trade question, Sir  Charles quoted from Sir- Wilfrid's  speech at Massey hall.. There, he had  declared;, that-.he. had." given'. England  Revelstoke Herald  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  la the leading newspaper mt  the great mining districts of  Weat Kootenay. It gives all  tha latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  la authentic, reliable and read-  able articles from unaaeatlon-  ���������U* information. It enjoys  a large circulation and la 000-  esQMntljr unequalled as aa  advertising medium ln the  ������������������Id fa which It U ppfcilalMd.  THE GROWING TIME  Ju?t' think of it for "a moment: ���������  Every time you have "laid -'down - to  rest during the past four ycara the  public debt of Canada has been five  thousand dollars more than lt was  when you arose in the morning. At  least, tho average Increaae has boon  five  thousand  dollars  a  day.  It in time  for a change.  Have   l;orden''������ JV>S?uh  Biscuits  roado  you   fat?  Have  the price of barbed    wire and  binder  twin" made you rich?  Every    patriotic      Canadian     should  ur.ttc to bounce Tarte on Uov. 7th.  Clifford Sifton 33ys election-) are won  between four and five o'clcok on election day. Thc-n tho barrel begins to  roll.  Manitoba prohibitionists regardless  of politics ari; supporting Hugh John  Macdonald Ir. hi* campaign against  he barrel and thc machine 1" Brando".  "Uenuemcn," said T.auMer at Toronto. "I am nothing. I am tho champion of a cause." Quite true I'artc-  l>5 the cause of which Laurier la the  champion.  Our brave boys went to South Africa  in Hpllc of Tarto and Laurier, and  nthfr loyal Can.indians will serve lhe  empire nt home by driving the disloyal  gang  from  Ottawa  on  Nov. 7th.  Richardson, of Llsgar, and Oliver,  of Alberta, art- both claimed to be Independent Liberals. In the present  campaign Clifford .Sifton is slumping  I.isqar   to    defeat     Ttlchard'On,   while  a preference because of gratitude for  what sho had done for ,us. ' In that  statement. Sir -Wilfrid ��������� was in collision with Sir Richard Cartwright, who  declared that Canada  " Owen Nothing to England  but  Christian     forgiveness    for    the  wrongs she has done us.  "To Sir Wilfrid's taunt that tho.  loyalty of thc Conservatives spranc  from thoir stomach.Sir Charles retorted that the premier was a nice man  to talk of loyalty. In 1891 he stumped the country declaring that unrestricted reciprocity with the United  States was Canada's only hope. Ho  would got his tariff from Washington���������a tar<fr that was thc highest in  tho world against other nations. England included. Was that loyalty/  (Cheors.) When Conservatives protested that such a course was hostilo  to England ho replied that Canada  must look out for herself.  "Sir John Macdonald had lamented tho disloyalty of the Liberal leaders at that time. Sir Charles had assured him that If they did get into  power they would outdo the Conservatives in the loyalty talk, for it was  office and not Canada for whicli thoy  cared. Kdward lilakc had at that time  loft the party because he declared that  IU policy would ruin iiritish institution!; In Canada.  "'Sir Wilfrid hart said In Boston  that the  Yankee Dollar Was Dcltcr  than the Knglish shilling, especially  when the latter whb so near. Ills  talk of gratitude to England now was  nil ImmbtiK. Nor was there any more  In hia statement that thc preference  worked  to Canada's advantage.  "Sir Wilfrid had also declared that  tho national policy had boon, a policy  of failure. Could any more monstrous insult ho offered thc electors of  Canada That policy had picked Canada up out of commercial depression  and saved her when her credit was  almost ruined. After a' term of office  the Mackenzte-Laurlcr government  had  its  majority ol 70tum9d i'ntw  Subscription $2,00 Per Annum  $1,25 Por Six Months,  Strictly in flflyance,  It takes a foremost piace ln  tha race tor prominence and  popularity with business  houses and as a consequence  does, more business with  those refuting, printed   stati  onery and oflice supplies than  aiiy other, printing   establish-,  ertw,  ..-'   Roman. Catholic Church     ^  Maja-flrat and   third    8undays: In  month at 10:30 a.m. ��������� ���������   ..      HRV. FATHER THATBHt.  haa  meat ln Baatern British OoK  sanbla. Tha claas of work  tamad out has been pronounced equal to any thing ot the  kited. executed 'In . tha large  cities  by much larger   arint- '.  Job Printing Department  Is equipped with the latest  faces In type designs and all  work entrusted to The Herald  Is i handled by exprlencsi)  workmen who thoroughly understand the proper use of the  asaterlalv at .their   disposal..  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AGAINST  " .Moncton, Oct. 31.���������Aa the campaign  develops in thiB province the great  change in public sentiment becomes  more marked efery ...dlV. and lf in*i.-  cations count" for' anything pialr"a'nd"  Rmmerson, instead ot having throo-  fourths of a province at their back,  will be unable to carry their own  soats. while the party will bo practically annihilated. Below will bo  found a few of many life-long Liberals of prominence in thoir ro3pc'ctlvo  districts who are working hard In  the   Conservative  interests.  William B. Chandler ot Moacton,  law partner of C. W. Robinson, thc  defeated Liberal . candidate in 1806.  is working and speaking for Mr.  Powell in this contest.  Sir Charles' Splendid  Receptions in Ontario  HE ADDRESSES  IMMENSE GATHERINGS AT  LONDON, CHATHAM, .  LINDSAY AND OTHER PLACES  Mori Significant Defections From the  Liberal Party.  Toronto,  Oct.  31.���������Sir  Charles Tapper's Ontar.o tour Is proving a vert-  table scries of triumphs.   He received  splendid ovations at London, and Chat-  Mr. Chandler kaia this" week, thousands   or   people  .is a "grandson of the lsite ex-Qovemor [fathering at each place to do honor to  Chandler,  of  Now Brunswick, and up   the veteran cnicftain," the leader of a  to r'ast,r ts: -T ���������? -ss w^At-K%St e  ively identified with the Liberal party '^ugiaBm' wa? reached at tho monster.,  and was at one time urged to become meeting at night.- .-Th6 huge skating  a candidate of the party. .^ Four years rink of .the town had oapaclty for 5,000  of his party lit power'havo convinced Persons. There were seats_ for 3.000.  him that..his-lexers lack that hon- j and another 1,000 or 1,500,had to.stand  esty with Which he credited them Two galleries, were filled with Kales  and-Which he rightly believes our and their escort* The gathering of  public men should possess: hence his the clan was heralded, by the. martial,  breaking away from his old -party ! tntislc of the Citliens' ,band, playing  friend*        . ��������� |"Soliders of the Queen," directly over  ��������� Benjamin Toombs, of B. .Toombs : *he platform. As .'the'" rink-, rapidly  tc, son.- commission merchants, Is "Tilled a hundred'school boysi seated on  another old time Liberal who cannot-front benches, sang patriotic songs, and-  support the party in power. "iir. nursery ditties and chereed for Sir  Toombs is an old P. E. I.- Liberal and , Charles. The sentiment of the local  was an active supporter of Sir Louis Conservative association was given  Davies. ' He was nominated a. mem- .vent in the profusion of banners, bunt-  bor of the Liberal nominating con- j Ing and flags that made the bare raf-  vention'ln Westmoreland in the pres-'ters of the hall take on "a holday ap-  ent contest but refused to act and pc-arance. "Good-bye. Sweet Tarte.  will vote for Powell.- His two sons Good-bye!" was a new legend that  are also with the Conservatives 'in .showed how much the maater of the  this contest. administration' is though of. "Welcome  - E. A. Kellly.' barrister, of Moncton,- to ourvLeader,- Canada's. Champion!"'  belongs to an old Liberal family --in ,-was a novel bit of promise ' for Sir  this county. He is'a: young man-and j Charles. "Lavell and Victory':-focus-  has been doing his own,thinking withsed the situation. "A'British Sublect  " the result that at the opening of the I Was Bom. .a British Subject-I. Will'  campaignhe took'the stump for-Mr. Die!"-bore eloquent, testimoy that the  Powell. .    - (memory of Sir John.A. Macdona'* is'  Joseph A. Killam' contractor and stiti kept green In Leeds and Gren-'  brother of A. E. Killam. ox-M.P.. | ville. "Loyalty to the Empire!" and  was identified with tbe Liberal party, the grouping of the pictures of the  for many years and worked for C.TV. | QUeen and Sir Charles, both embedded  Robinson ln 1896. He Is now toT;In flas:s, circled tho patriotic and loyal  Mr.  Powell. : .   . .      .' _    ���������   attitude of the Conservative party.  everp promise, and appointed the oriental oom'mission as a blind to allay  the r.~:'..-.'.:"-. iv t':" V'--t. which was  "becoinilig daugorouf.. Although the  imperial government advised the Laurier government to adopt the Natal  act, In reference to tho Chinese, Sir  Wilfrid would not do bo for reasons  of his own. He said the Conservative government had drained British  Columbia of $8000 but this robber  government of Sir Wilfrid Launers  had drained it of upwards of S1.600,-  000 The legislation regarding B. u  was a complete farce, and was only  Intended to appease tho clamors ot  the people here temporarily. .  Regarding the Yukon commission  of inquiry, Mr. Mclnnes said that not  one member of it was honest: all  wero apolnted to throw dust in the  eves of the Yukoners and gain time,  there being no Intention of rectifying  thfabominable abuses rampant there.  Tl '      -~  PBACTICALLY   MURDERED  Gallaf'-  of  Mc-n'= Deaths Due to Emor-  gency Rations.  - In a private letter to a friend received i" Ottawa on the 14th instant  Lieut K. AV. V-. Morrison writes ol  the emergency food as folllows:  "It Is very pad about young Borden,  he was a gallant officer, and would  have been mentioned in despatches If  ho had lived. As you say, the event  will soften the feeling against .the  minister on the emergency rations  scandal, but It was- a disgraceful th'ng  for all that. To give a soldier useless  emergency ration is like throwing a  useless life preserver to a sinking man.  Tho ration Is nevnr opened, except in  a case of great extremity, such as the  25th of July, when we made a forced  march of 21 miles to Balmoral in  bitter c'oM.... JWe.- had started before  daylight with hardly any_brfakfast,  and got in at dusk in a.pouring cold  rain. The transport convoy got mired  In a spruit some miles out, and tho  whole army had nothing to eat except  its emergency ration. We had "none,  as we had found the Canadian'lot was  completely useless, and left the.- boxes  unpacked at' De Aar. An ofllcer and  five men' died ��������� from exposure that  night, and -1' don't know how many  more throughout, the ..army. None of  our battery died ,but seven are in the  hospital at Pretoria from the effects  of that night. The whole ration even  to the box and label,,.was so cheap  and na3ty that we thought it had been  given' to the contingent by some firm  as a cheap advertlsment. We never  imagined it was a government affair  until we saw the row In the papers."  Indicate that at least 300 tons of ore  will be shipped out this winter, the  contract for which will be awarded to  S.  Daney.  Mine Workers'  Wages  The wages for the miho workers in  Kootenay have been as follows for  months : Men working in shafts, $4;  machjno men, $3.50; hammersmen,  $3.25; carmen, muckers and laborers  $3. This is known as the Slocan compromise scale, and is now paid by  every mine working in the Slocan  district, evL-ry mine working iu tho  Ainsworth district, every mine In thc  Moyie district, every mine in the  Boundary district and every mine in  the Lardeau district. In fact ln the  two last-named districts hammers-  men get $3.50 a day, or 25 cents more  than  the .scale.  TERRIBLE   FIRE  Big  'I don't care,' she retorted. 'At any  rate, I never allow anyono to smoke  In  my  presence.'  "By and by I produced a favorite  pipe and began to smoke. A moment  later the woman snatched tho pipe  from mc and flung it far out the carriage. Thereupon I lifted the pet dog  and hurled him after the pipe. The  lady raved until the next station was  reached .when she had me arrested.  The argument bade fair to last for  several hours, when the difficulty was  Solved by the arrival of the little dog  carrying tho pipe In his mouth."  THE FRIENDLY HAND  an'  SENATE WILL LOOK INTO  COOK CHARGES  . John P. Weir, machinist, of J. P-  Weir & sonn. Moncton. N. "B.. voted  Liberal In 1896 but is actively work-  Tremendous Enthusiasm.    -' "  The coming of Sir Charles to tho hall  ing for the Conservatives :ln this con--at  g:15 Wag  th(j 3,���������nal f()p a tremen.  test -T1     'dous outburst of ethusiasm.   The vast  Freda   Laforest,   M.UA.   for   Jiaua   audience rosc as one;,pan, and cheerert  waska,  date  for  vative  -dowaska.    Mr.  brightest   youn  province  Clem  Could  N.   B.    and  a  Liebral  Mada-  caidi-  tifl  they  verged    on* hysterfa.  .The  and  restor-  t ..Vnnat  la nna nf the   "'   *���������'"���������   "l*   ���������utt������'������s,   cniiirmail     of     the  vTenchmen,     tii-'r,'   Conservative    Cub,   -acting  as  -   r ' chairman, opened the meeting in a n*at  to do  and   in-' BDeeph  eulogistic: of Sir Charles,   the  ate in 1890. is speaking; and working ch ' lasted  for five mnu������es. \  31-  Mr.  Ricnards  tho ���������������������1--"^I j when something nice quiet was res:  ative canoidaie In \ictoria and Ma  !   d>  a  M_  Barl)es.  chaIrm,n    nf  Sir Wackenzie ��������� Bowell   Makes   This  Announcement at a Trenton  Meeting.  Belleville, Ont., Oct. 25.���������A very enthusiastic meeting in the interests  ���������of H. Corby .was held in' Trenton on  Tuesday night. About 200 people went  up from this city including Sir Mackenzie Bowell. In his speech Sir Mackenzie made the following statement  concerning the   recent   Cook  charges:  "When I again take my seat in the  senate I 6hall be very much surprised if a motion Is not made to appoint  a commission to investigate the matter, and see if a public body in Canada Ib to be thus degraded." -  Mr. Corby is almosr. certain to receive tho .biggest majority he ever  had.  flaentlal farmer of Shediac parish, *������������ <* the evening and his notable  ���������utoTeretofcrs a prominent Liberal, 1 ������0"tica,fachievements. The temper of  has renounced the party and is work-; "'<* meet ng Was shown by the hearty  SS���������cIvriy on the Conservative com-'������*������* siven whenever sir Charles'  mitten Was menti������ned.   His speceh was  William   Rommell,   merchant     and a vigorous onslaught  on the  govern-  county   councillor,     of  Alma.   Albert ment 3 corruption and    broken    faith,  county  is out"in this campaign work- " *aa received with the greatest posing hard' for Dr. Weldon, the Conser-  sltare enthusiasm,  vative   nominee.      Mr.   Rommell   re- Enthusiasm at Lindsay,  mains a Liberal of the old school hut  he cannnot support the bioken pledge Lindsay, ont., Oct 2S.-Sir Charles  "new   Liberal"   aggregation. Tupper addressed a large audience at  Charles Vincent, a well todo farmer the Academy of Music hero. When the  cf Moncton parish, who remained true.baronet entered the hall, accompan'sd  lo-the Liberal party during its.long by Dr. Vrooman. the Conservative  term in opposition, declares that candidate and Senator Dobson a storm  studving the situation in the light of of applause such as haa rareTy  four* years of Liberal rule he has greeted any visitor to this town, broke  come to the conclusion that the Lib-1 out, and died away only to bo renewed  eral-Conservative  party   is   the   party with fresh vigor..  i'or the people and he has decided to Ex-Warden James Lithgow. presi-  vote for'H.'.A. Powell in the ap- dent ofthe Liberal Conservative as-  proacning contest. ! sociation, .of South Victoria,  occupied  William Wilson, farmer, of Lutz the chair. In his opening remarks he  mountain, stood by the Liberal party referred to Sir Charles as the greatest  in,its darkest davs. .-.He is well read. Canadian^ statesman���������(applause)���������and-  ��������� a school trustee-lnhls.district, aud'a declared thatin the'last four years he  man of, more than average intelli- 'had ^en in .tho estimation of the  ~eence7~Four -years'of the-rule-'Of-tne-p-(^pjg-gn-a--the-'re'ceptlon~given"_"hlm"  leaders , he worshipped . so long has.wag an omcn that "he was soon to'be  convinced him thatthe. change was premler ot the Dominion. ' (Great'ap-  for the worse.and, not ;for. the. better. plause)      The chatrman ^adan ad-  ' Roland -Trites,. anothsr - prominent dress    of we]COm0    to    Slr    charIes  FIRST BLOOD IN ONTARIO  Joe Seagram,   Conservative,  Elected  by Acclamation  Toronto Nov. 1.���������At the nominations yesterday Joseph Seagram, Conservative, was elected by acclamation  for North Waterloo. The Conservatives thus secure first blood in Ontario.  NEWS OF THE MINES  farmer in the same district andan.old  Tupperr who wa3 cheered to the echo  Liberal,  has .deserted tte party  ana when he roB(j to speak      Hc ^,as ,n  and spoke vigorously  -           ���������.      S~Z when he. rose to speak,  was a. delegate at the convention tnat'������������������,���������������������������,,,,, u_���������wv,   ������������������,,   nominated Mr. Powell  - ��������� _Mtn splendid health,  a tew weeks fop tWo hourg>  f  -kn  th  ago. I  These are a few ol th������ prominent Campaign ��������� News.  cases showing the V^PS&Slii^iii I   Winnipeg, Oct. 31.-Nominations will  sion of feeling that Is M������������e *"***" be made today throughout the Domin-  over Canada.      The   !na?S50^ha"^I ion for the house of commons with the  more rapidly than'^;������������^e��������� - "?d .exception - of   a -few- constituencies.,  thousands of (converses to the Ub- fi addressed the cl-"  eral-Conservatlve ������������*^ *?ha^J. K^t'sctora at Lachute,. Quebec, end "Sir  Ji'^h-^^LSLthST^StrftWe Ch������rtM TuweiTield meetings at Chat-  ^��������� SSn n ^tSritrfn Canada and' ham and London. Mr. Sifton was at  SW^^fE?%&SmM W A'������ander The Conservatives have  by wason of divisions- among\,the discarded LaPresse and issued a new  terflre and thfT preSiea ln~thl field evening paper in Montreal. This  of a large number 'of Independent PaP" stated recently that New Bruns-  ^ndldates, the signlflcanoe of- this w������ck would go Liberal, placing: the  srsat uuheaval will be moro apparent. iKures at Liberals nine or ten, conser-  1 'rs^re i-s ho'iii'l '.? Iir a ohanp?. ivatives   three   or    four.    Independent  0 '-,  I one.     Mr.   MacLeod Stewart hae an-  it  iir.lIP    TUT" Cl ri>TinM nounc������d M������ intention of being a can-  IT  MEANS    THt    tLtUIIUWidldate  in   Carleton,   being  dissatisfied  -._ lan    rnOTfl) with the Conservative convention. The  Ur   WIK.  rUoltK election m  Niplsslng  has" been  post  poned.  Up to 3 o'clock this morning the  Idaho had not been.sighted at Halifax.  Private, Huckeli, of Carbe'rry, is in .Ottawa, coming ��������� home. ,-\ Private Weaver,  of - Regina, is reported :by cable as  missing.r/Another train 'was derailed  by the" Boers "at Edenburg and harsher  Tha Development. Club of St. John Declares in Favor.of Conservative  Candidates.  St John, N.B., Oct. 26.���������The development cull), an association of _ young measures'have been, adopted    by^ the  men pledged to  reform in civil, pro-1 British owing to the continued annoy-  vincial   and   federal   politics,   held ��������� a ing activity of, the enemy.    The Dutch  meeting last night with over 600 pres- church is the only building left stand-  ent.. The ballot resulted in favor by a ing m Bothaville," women are being de-  large majority,  of Poster and Stock-; ported, and all' the Boors over 14 vears  ton; the Conservative candidates. The around .Bloemfontein have been sur-  vote was  then  made unanimous.    By. rounded  by troops - to  prevent ' their  tho constitution  of the club  and  its joining commandoes,  solemn  pledge  every  member  voluntarily  binds  himself to sink  his individuality and vote with the majority in all public elections.    All     the  members are qualified  electors.    Thc  club will havo its own ward organizations and  will  make' itself felt on  polling day  Mr. Foster and Mr. Stockton's campaign Is progressing splendidly. Never  ANOTHER REPUDIATION  Mr.   Mclnnes, Ex���������M: P.  Denounce*  The Government in Strong Terms.  ,._.���������.. ._ ..--���������.- ���������  Vancouver, Oct. 30.���������At a hig meet-  in Conservative historv have tho ward i���������g at the Extension coal mines    on  meetings been better attended. 'Thursday   night XV  .XV.  B.  Mclnnes,  Michael Kelly the blind orator, ot who represented Nnnaiiuo as a Lib-  New Brunswick, formerly. . a Qrlt eral in the late parliament made a  stumper, endorsed Mr. Stockton and strong and effective nttacfc oa thc  Mr. Foster In an eloquent speech. Mr- Laurier government. He'declared that  Kelly Is a power in St.  Martin's, Sir Wilfrid Laurier had been false to  Large Shipments Going Out From the  Lardeau.  At a meeting of the directors of the  Imperial Development syndicate held  at Nelson the delegation which accompanied . A. H. Gracey, ' the syndicate's engineer, to examine' the Lexington mountain properties (in Fish  ���������Creek^camp)���������un'der-������onsideratlon-by-  the "company, reported so favorably  that the ,,directorate .unanimously decided to close the bond on the claims  and'proceeded at once" with, active de^  velopment Judging ifrom' the reports on the section," the Nelson men  who, comprise the Imperial syndicate  have, made one cf the exceptionally  fortunate strokes of business, sometimes seen tn mining ^sections." To  quote Mr. Gracey, who kas'.examined  the claims thoroughly:  "These Lexington mountain properties have the richest surface showings  I have ever seen on a free milling  property."  Will Ship 1100 Tons  Lardeau Eagle: '    Thd Nettie L. is  to become Lardeau's banner mine by  breaking all  previous  records.    This  distinction is now due to the Nettie  L. as" the Great Western -Mines, limited, have just about closed a contract  wih Messrs Craig and Hillman for the  transportation of 1100 tons of ore to  the landing.   Manager Pool has been  up at ths property" for the past two  weeks  continually.    Two  four  horse  teams will operate between the    ore  sheds  here  and  Baty's1 hotel,    while  four horse teams'   will    ply between  there and the landing.   Their stables  here  have  been    repaired . for.   the  winter and the stables have also been  built at the mine for the rawhiding  horses.    This lmense ore output will  revolutionize things in gonoral for the  camp, and  will prove to the outside  world that wc havs mining men here  who are prepared to lose a portion of  their profits, face every obstacle and  demonstrate   their   faith "in   the   district by getting out ore. believing that  there is lots more left-for the railway  when  it comes.    The  Nettie  L.   has  never tried  to fool    the    people    by  keeping its walls  linel  with ore and  making haste slowly on new strikes.  The owners are  determined to make  a mine  and  also  to make  it a self-  sustaining   proposition.       They   have  no "London  hoard"  strings on  them  to  dictate   their   course;" and    if  the  average value of their ore holds out  as expected, after careful assaying and  sorting, this 1100 tons output will nut  the company on velvet and ever after  the  Nettie *L.  will  be known as one  of the first  dividend-tiayers    in     thc  Lardeau.  The Silver Cup  sacks  New York Building Destroyed  With  Many  Fatalities  New York, Oct. 29.���������The big building of Tarrant & company, manufacturers of medicinal-specialties, standing at thc north west corner of Green-  with and Wurtcn street filled with  chemicals took flre In some way that  may never bo known at about 12:15  this afternoon. It was 16 minutes  after noon when a citizen rushed into  tho house of fire engine No. 20, on  Chambers" street near Greenwith, and  shouted that Tarrant's drug store was  on fire. Soon afterward an alarm was  turned in and then second and third  alarms wore turned in. One fire  company from station No. 62 had just  arrived when a terrific explosion oc-  red and threw the entire engine crew  down the stairway. Tho firemen, realizing their danger, rushed out of the  building into the street. The second  explosion" occurred, about five minutes  after the flrst. From the accounts of  witnesses tho building seemed to leap  into the air and in a moment masses  of brick walls, timbers and stone were  falling into tho streets. The explosion was followed by half a dozen  more "scarcely less intense and by  a countless number of smaller ones.  Half an hour afterwards the stores  for blocks around the vicinity were  crowded with fire apparatus and a  score-of ambulances: The loss of. life  is notknown.-but from all1 sources of  information it is gathered that there  are perhaps the bodies of 30 persons  in tho ruins.  The disaster is one of the mosttei-  rible that has ever occurred in this  city and rivals the-Windsor hotel flre  in results. The loss of property will  be worse.     . .        .  Chief Croeker of the fire department said tonight that the property  loss is fully a million and a half,. ���������  '   TO HONOR STRATHCONA  Toronto, Oct. 30���������The board of trade  banquet to Lord ��������� Strathcona at the  Pavilion tast evening .was a brlUtaJ"  success. It was intended above other  things to signify the appreciation of  the citizens of Toronto of magnificent  patriotism ana generosity which had  prompted Lord Strathcona to raise and  cciulp a full rcsiment of troopers for  the cause of ths empire in South Africa..  President Kemp, of the.board of trade,  and incidentally the Conservative candidate in Centre Toronto presided, but  the gathering was of course non-political, leading men of all classes being  present. The Pavilion was beautifully  decorated. The entire stage was enclosed in walls of .white, draped with  red. and bean'ig British flaas and  shields, on which wers emboased bands  of'-gold be'arinu'tle names, of Pf.-at-  Britain's colonies. In the reir stood  a largo horse with the accoutrements for the battlefield, ana during  the progress of the dinner it was  mounted by Corporal Ryersou. a member of tho Strathcona Horse, who was  in his full' field uniform. The table  was laden with cut flowers and presented a oeautlful appearance. Mr.  Kemp proposed the health of .��������� the  guest of- the evening in words of the  warmest eulogy. Lord Strathcona was  given a magnificent reception on rising  to respond. His speech was of some  length and extremely interesting-,  largely reminiscent .in character and  dealing- naturally largery with the  great west with which he was long  and prominently Identified.  -  - .      o���������   MINERS REStJMING WORK  When   a   man   ain't  got  a  cent,  he'a fcelin' kind  o'  blue,  the clouds hang dark  an'  heavy  an'   won't    let    thc    sunshine  through,  a   great   thing,   O   my   brethren,  for a feller just to lay  hand  upon   your   shoulder   in   a  friendly  sort o'  way.  it  An'  It's  His  ?f??fWffWtWWWfWWff?ff?WtffW?f?WWWH  THE MOLSONS BANK  INOORI'OBATKD  BY ACT 0������ P/I.WI.IA.MBWT,   1835.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Authorised Capital  Paid up Capital  Rnst Fund  DIRECTORS:   Wm. Molsom Macphbbbon, PresidMt; 8. H. Ewrao. VIce-Pre  dent ;  W. M. Rams at, Bahuxi. Fiklet, Hkbbt abchzbau, J. P. Cuoaoas,  H. HABKLASD MOLSOS.  Jaicws Eli.k>t, General Hunger.  A general banking business tranaacted,     Interest, allowed at current-;  rates. J- D. MOLSON,  Makaoeb. Rrvelrtoke, B.C.  9Z.50O.00O  2470.000  1.850.000  It   makes  a  man    feel    curious;  makes the tear drops start,  An' you sort o' feel a flutter in    tho  region  of  the  heart.  You" can't look up an' meet his eyes;  you don't know  what to say,  When a hand is on your shoulder in  a friendly 9ort o' way.  O!   tho  world's  a  curious  compound,  with Its honey and its gall,  With its cares and bitter crosses; but  a good world, after all,  An' a good God must have made it���������  leastways, that's what I say  When  a hand  rests  on  my shoulder  in  a friendly sort o' way.  ���������James  Whitcomb Riley.  s  COMPANY  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  . INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave*  .NCORPORATED 1ST*  SHOES  RATE $1 oo PER DAY  The  C olumbia  Good accommodation. A good L-n  well supplied with ohoice wiav-  liquorg and cigars.  Fpce Bus Meets All Tpak>������  Hazleton, Oct. "30.���������The One Idea  and the Derringer collieries of Coxe  brothers &.'company began operations  today and-the Cranberry mine, which  was idle', yesterday on account of the  refusal of men to return to' work  until the suspended '"Lockies" engin-  .eers shouldj3e_reinstated,_also.iresum-  ed. though not with a full force. .-  . The -Lehigh' & Wilkesbarre company's, mines are still idle but otherwise' everything., is moving along  smoothly  in "thiR-district.  Returning Officer ' Braden received  ���������the local nominations today at the  Court house.  Our   stock   of   Boots and  Shoes is at. present very Complete   and   attractive.     It  is  considerably largvr this  year  than ever before and from the  very best makers.  "-We havo-a Special  Line of  Boots m Men's   Youths'  and  Boys',   especially   worthy  of  notice.      This line    is. clean  stock   and  in  solid   leather,  with screwed soles.  Following arc the prices:  Men's $2.50 pei" pair  Youths' $1.50 per pair  Boys' 52.00 per pair.  Have you seen our Felt  Shoes for winter'?. Our "King  Chimo" is excellent value.  Brown   & Pool  Proprietors  NAPINKA BURQLART  The   Safe  Was .Bored  But-Withstood  , ; ^ytlus-I-Explosion.  Kaplnka, Oct. SO.���������Burglars last  night broke into Hamolin and Camer--  on'e Jewelery store and stole $8 from-  tho till- The safe,' which contained the  jcwelery, was.bored but the explosion  caused by.the powder was not sufficient to break It open.  Iliirli  nuil  nhn Drill O  Surap  CALGARY  to  P. burns & co.;  .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 Trout Lake  S uldle and   Pack  Horses Always  for Hire.  Freighting and  Teaming a  Specialty.  Daily'atasje" leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at'   'd clock  for Trout Lake City. ' For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomsox'8 Landing  DOMINION ARRIVES  With Many Westerners from South  Africa  Winnipeg, Oct.30.���������Sergeant Ingram  of Winnipeg, and many Westerners  were on the steamer Dominion, which  arrived at Montreal with invalids.  ��������� "Tod" Snider and Private Barrett  of the 90th are on the Idaho.  IMPERIAL B^X  OF CANADA  Head Office, Teronte.  Capital Authorized.    .   $2,500,000.00  Capital PaW Up, $2,4SB.60S.QO  Rest, $1,700,000.00  GIVE   HIM  AN  ACCIDENT   POLICY  New York, Oct. 30.���������A special to  tbn Herald from London says: Prof.  Alexander Graham Bell leaves for  America today. Ho will go at once  to his lab'ratory in Nova Scotia where  he will continue his experiments 'in  aerial navigation.   o   STRIKE  SETT1.ED  ably furnished with the choicest  the ntarket affords. Beat Winua  Liquors and- Clears. LArRe, -light  bedrooms.--. Rntee 91- a -day.  .Monthly rate. '  I  PAGIFHi  A������0 SOO LINE.  Valleyfield. Quebec, Oct. 30.���������All  trouble is believed to be over In connection with the strike. The men have  agreed to return to work in the morning.  TOLD BY SIR THOMAS LIPTON  The   large   number     of     ore  token up to the Cup lact '.vec'i" would. 'it  "Recently," he says, "I stopped into a  snioklns compa������tiiitnt of a Caledonian  train, and was followed shortly by an  <-|-|-''ly, lad- win. carried a small and  obtrusive dog.  "���������Tlii* u to* amoklng compartment  m.idam."-     sj'1  ���������It Ie not the old lady answered  with aaperity. -  ���������I beg your pardon." I persisted,  pointing to the legend on the window.  DIRECTORS:  H,  S.  Howland,  President  T.R.M8rrltt,Vlce-Prea.  St.  Catberinea  William Ramsay, Robert Jaffray  Hugh  Ryan,   T  Sutherland,  Stayner  Ellaa 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, Reyelstoke.  Ontario: . -        ���������  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingeraoll,  Listowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sault. Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomas.  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton..       , ���������  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and Interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial, Municipal,  and  other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit-  Available, at all points of Canada,  United Kingdom , United States,  Europe, India, China .Tar*n Australia, New Zealand etc  Gold   purchased.  Thia  bank  Issues Special  Receipts  which will be accounted for at any i  of the Hudson's  Bay Co's  Posts  In j  the Yukon and Northern districts.      |  A. R. B   HEARN.  MftnajjM Beifxiatoim Btmmek.  STILL CONTINUES TO OPERATE FIRSLCLASS  SLEEPERS ON ALL  TRAINS FROM REVELSTOKE AND KOOTENAY  LANDING  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Drayma^  Draslas and delivery  ty.    Tteama always rai  nnttea.  seaalal-.-  ready oa SMttstft  Craitr***'*  tnr  tnhbtnc tafeM.  Also Touiist Cura passing  Ounmoi'c Junction, Daily for  St. Paul, Saturdays for Mon  treal and Boston, Mondays  and Thur.-days for Toronto.  Same curs pass Kevelstoke one  dav earlier.  No trouble  to  quote rites  and give you a pointer regarding   the   Eastern    Trip  youj  contemplate taking.  Fall and Winter Schedule now Effective  Im.i- T me t-l.l.s. H".tej, and full in-  f Tinit'-'ii r.-ill ni: or addrc.-s nearest  'oral hk**"'. in1'     ,,  T. A. BR4D3HAW, >ecnt. Revelstoke  W  F ANDERSON E. P. COYtE  T. P. A. A.C. P. A.  Htlitr. B, Cl '"    Y-^i-V.r, It C.  REVELSTOKE  IHCM WORKS  .Blaeksm ith ing,   Jobbing, , -���������  Plumbing,. Pipe Fitting,  Tinsmith irig   Sheet. Ircu -  Work,    Machinery ".Repaired.  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  KOBT. OOBDOV  Revelstoke.  Cndcrtnbing and Smbalatin?  R Howson 8r Co,  '   XACKKXZIi;   AVE.    '..'-.  BatatlDeskr* lo.raraltart.  0x  ft *-l~t+4-fr**+������******'rt+'H'*'i ***  t .      ��������� *  -       -T-WE FILL ���������>  Prescriptions |  Our Prescription Department is un-  equalled lor the care and skill wilh  wnich our prescriptions are prepared.  We carry ft Urge stock of thc Fureft of  L'rugs and Cherair.als.  Pclivcric*  made Vo anv part of thc  Cit>.  Night Bell on Door.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  REVEI.SSTOKE  4.1_f++++^..w.+^.j.^.{..;.^ ++++^..V4. *  Coming Events.  AIIih Heywood Co. :iL cperii house.  NTnv. 7.���������Dominion elections.  Nov. 8.���������Gcnur.-il   election     in     New  foiiiidliuid.  y~n^ 4^^%^^,  c^tnuiisco     mmxrvmM*,*.. i  . .an  ���������   ' ������������������������^"' ��������� -������������������������"-���������   .  Local and  General  News  AJba Heywood Tonight.  Ask for El Presidente Cigar.  A. Juhnson of '.he llHit.w.ri returned  ifrrini his trip east on Friday evening,  A. L. Stewart's appointment as  mining recorder and rollecloi' for (lie  Illecillewaet division is gazetted.   .  Thc Province says that during the  winter the C P. 11. hotelsiiL&iunmoiis.  Gliiciei- and Field are to lie remodelled  and imu'li improved.  Alba Heywood Tonight.  Mi-jj. SVooilhouso and family returned from their trip to tho old country  on Friday's tram. Mrs Wood house  was accompanied liy lu;r niece.  ���������Flat to Kent���������suitable for a small  family, over the Emporium Parlors  Alt-Kenziu Avenue. Apply to M. K.  Lawson,  The wife of Mr. Hammond Goi-von.  Jr."; of Qiieliec City, nephew of Sir  Huiii'i July. Lieutenant-Govei-nor of  H.O.". is in town and staying at Mrs. H.  A. Brown's.  Dr. F. C. 'Veldon, who was here last  summer un his way to the Tete Jamie  Cache mica mines is a candidate for  Albert County, N. Ii., which const i-  t iii-ncy he represented in the Conservative intei-Oat before the '0(5 election.  The Sons of England were entertained on Friday evening at,a plcasiinL  little party in the lodge pi ven liy I ho  retiring secretary, Bro. \V. Mathers,  a social evening being spent by the  brethren and their guests of the fairer  sex.  Alba Heywood Tonight.  Alba Heywood Tonight.  Surveyor E. B. Hernion, a partner  of Mayor Garden in Vancouver, was  engaged on Saturday in surveying on  thi! C. P. It. townsite here in order to  find out exactly bow certain vacant  lois. particularly on the business part  i������f Mi'Kencie Ave. should be located.  He found that the lots in some cases  had been encroached on several feet.  L. Pettipiece has been suffering since  Thursday lust from thu effects of a  injury io his head, which it is supposed  he must have received while wrestling  with one of his fellow employes in the  C P. R. Shops. Hi: went home that  day and complained of feeling unwell  lint, it was Mime four or livi: hours  afterwards before t.he symptom appealed,   which   are   ascribed   by   the  dfH'tot*G In coiic-iiaAimi uf tile Ju'alll.  Alba Heywood, opera house tonight,  There was not a very big turnout of  Orangemen on the i-liiiicli parade on  Sunday evening, only about l-l being  present, owing no doubt to the fact  that out. of the very large membership  of Lodge 105S so many are railway men  and were out of town. Kev. XV. C.  Calder, pastor of thu Presbyterian  t'hiii-i-h, pipacdied a most iiitureKling  and impressive sermon on "the pi-inci-  nlesof tho order, for which, on returning lo the lodge room alter service,  the brethren passed him a hearty vote  oft hanks.  A Chinmian name unknown was  taken oft thu No 1, on Sunday dead.  He was one of a carload of Chinamen  going through from New York to  Vani-onvei- in bond. He had been ailing, it was Said by his fellow countrymen in the car, since he left New  York. He died near Illecillewaet, lie  wa.s well dressed and had the appear-  iini-i" of a ty-hee. but only a jack knife  was found on him. when the linily was  searched by the police. The i-mpse was  conveyed lo R. How-son's und'orlakiiig  I'iioiiis* for further instructions from  ���������the-Priivinrial-authori!i-������s ���������  Labor Party Meeting  Chris. Foley, tho labor candidate,'  held ii meeting last night in the Opera  House. Mr. Foley is a man of about  SO years of age and hears a strong  ie.M'inblani'0 to Frank Oliver, the  Liberal candidate in Alberta. He is a  fluent., though somewhat discursive  orator and possesses withal consider  able powers of holding the attention  of    his     audience. His      speech,  was to sum up its prevailing feature  in a few words, itn attack on mono  pnlii'S, against which, he said, every  plank in the labor platform was  directed. He hit the Conservative  party pretty hard as behind the times  and ilei'laie"d that although he himself  was a Liberal, the Laurier goverinnenl  had failed to keep its pledges with  lab-ir as instanced by their attit ude on  the alien labor law and Chinese  ipiestion. He said that both  his opponents were gentlemen anil  good fellows, but hi: objei-ted  that Mr. Mat'Noill was hand in  glove with Mayor Goodevo of ltoss-  land and that. Mr. Galliher had said  that if he. Foley, were returned lo  Ottawa he, would bi:ostracised socially  and politically.- The audience, which  madu quite a good sprinkling in the  hall, the hack seats being well filled  was a very attentive, ii" not a particularly enthusiastic one and the job oi  the chairman, XV. A. Nettle, was a  complete sinecure The meeting  dispersed wilh out any of the usual  cheers for anybody. A few remained  behind at. Mr, Foley's invitation to  form ii labor party committee,  Orangemen Celebrate.  Last evening, being the anniversary  of the Gunpowder Plot, was celebrated  by the brethren of the Orange order  hen: in litting style. About fifty ladies,  members of the lodge, and guests were  present in tho lower hall of the Oddfellows building, An impromptu  programme of songs, recitations and  instrumental music was rendered by  the following ladies and gentlemen:  Mrs. Dent, Mrs. McGregor. Mi.-s  Smith. Miss Woodluy. Miss Ed wards  and Messrs.- Uev. XV. C. Calder. Kev.  S. J.'Tlioinpson. Ed. Adair nnd \V CS.  liiri-.ev. At hair past ten an excellent  supper, furnished by Bio. A. N. Smith,  was served, to which all present did  ample justice and which scored until h  er poiilL in the long record of Mr.  Smitn's establishment, in the catering  line". After supper the following toast,  list was gone through: The Queer,  replied to by Wov._S.J. Thompson.  Sister . SocleLies, coupled with Ihe  name ol'H. R. xVtkins and I lie ladies,  I'or whom J.  B.   Scott   and   E. Adau-  mnclc suitable ie|ill������f.   11- WM.1 midnight  bel'iiie the singing of llu: National  Anthem brought "a most pleasant  evening to a close.. Thos. Steetl, W.M.,  occupied the chair during the evening.  Alba Heywocd Tonight.  Alba Heywood. the Prince of Comedians, is coming. That means fun by  the ton. laughs galore, beautiful music,  and n delightful time all round. The  pi-ess comments tell ns that Heywood  is funnier than over. Unit his work is  all new, and his company strong ancl  well balanced. It is with il keen im-  tieip.'ilioii of pleasure we await the  appearance of this company, for with  Hey wood's name there always noes it  guarantee of something good. He will  be seen here at Tappings opera hou.-e  this evening.'  A Searching  Test.  In these Days of Hurry  and Rush the Medicines you  Use should be of the Highest  Grade, and Absolutely Pure.  gl0f~ Onr tests convince us that ive  ������3SP- lire sollinir the BBST-Finest.  jBSF- Oriule of fjgg~ PKUliS In thc  SS3T~ the market, Our volume of  JSP"- trade gives us &&~ fresh  BXF" supplies of overoiliinii.inour  BMF~ line at frequent intervals,  ���������DSP"* nud you have tlie advantage  here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  Geo. F. Curtis,  TAYLOR BLOCK,  McKenzie Ave  TAYLOR & GEORGE.  "n LEASING STORE"  LATE JAMES CULL & CO.  S-5s������  m  m  em  m  m  Is  'O^Jl'  HATS  HATS  HATS  Trimmed and  Untrimmed  Tlie best assortment of Trimmed  and Untrimmed Huts in the  tllly. Cull and inspect before  purchasing.  Misses Sheparcl &.Beil  McKenzie Avenue      o,i-2."������  #2?  em  IK'S  to-3r  w  m  m  m  Great Bargains  In Clothing  Men's All Wool Tweed Suits  Regular Prices, $8, $lo, 16  Cut to $4, $6, $8   . .  PANTS  Men's all Wool, Serge and Tweed  n s.  REGULAR PRICE-$2-?3-and $4  CUT TO���������?i 00���������$1 S0-.$2.  NECKWEAR  Men's Beautiful Silk Ties  REGULAR   PRICE���������50c���������60c-75c���������and $1 00  CUT TO���������20c. each.  HATS  4.^,*^,^^.4~}.'l'4"t't'f'M"l"l"l"I"t"t^4"l"l"l"i:  ������   *  T We Repair....... ������  WATCHES *  CLOCKS, J  uud all kinds uf Jewellery     fr  fr  z  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  %  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  t  fr .   fr  ************************* t.  If thc work is not satitfnetory we  refund \onr money.  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  and stand by our guarantee.  Wo also carry a cnod line of Watchc*  iind Jewellery, which we dispose of nt  moderate prices.  KM. ALLUM,  Tlie LendliiK  Watchmaker and Jeweler.  REGULAR PRICE���������$1 50���������$2 00���������$2 5o-$3 00���������$3 75���������$'4 00  CUT TO���������$1 co��������� $1 go��������� $2 00���������$3 00���������ij!3 25  We are also giving a.Cash Discount of 20 per  eent. off all our BOOTS and SHOES  The Wide-Awake,Business Men,  McKenzie Avenue.  A Dainty Timepiece  The Inns, delicate chain iri thc correct adjunct for a  Dainty Time Piece, and is useul in so nimiy other  uaj-n >on can't afford to be \i ilhout one,  Weoffer.s|iei.-fiil bnrgnlns in these fashionable chains  either witli or without the watch.  GUY BARBER, Watchmaker "arid Jeweller  ���������1' ..^Mackenzie Avenue.  THE   FRED   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  On anil lifter lhis dnte our prices for Cut Firowooil will   he  as  follows: ���������  SI 00 Per Cord at Mill  $2.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH.  FRED ROBINSON. ���������  ^���������^r-'SSsiBk,&������AW>>ifj.iWljA,'sri's/:j)'-:^'  Managing- Director.  I.nr-o nnd Well Lighted  Sample 'loo-.r.s   Honied by Hot Air and .Electric  '                                   .'    .   Hells and Light in every room  Free Ilus MecN All Trains  Kca->onalilc P.ates    ^HOTEL  YIOTOE/IAj   . ..fOHN V. J'EItKS, L'ltnifJMHTOK.  K!;;ht  Grill *'.'.. r.zi *,n t'-.nnectiou for the Convenience of ClucMs  ^tween^oiel and Station ^������^������Qs'lS������ lk@ 9    1 o Co  38@<3S  OI-iOSIIsrC3-  OTTT  SAlILiE   GOODS AT YOUR OWN  Dn!CE3  Smoke the famous El Presidente  Porto    Rico    Cigars,   5   f~r  50c.  Brown's Tobacco Store.  FOR SALE  I EVERYTHING MUST GO  ) SOW ON AT  > M. K. LAWSON'S  . MacV:enzie Ave.  AlluiIIeyivooil, opera house tonight,  Thos. Txylor, M. P. P., iiii-ivod in  tnwn nn Friday eveniDK his visit hcinj;  'in t-onnectioti with the Big Uer.il  wiigoii 1-tnid. lie wired next day to  Hon. \V. 0. Wells 1.0 find out what  the instructions of liie.' department  were with rpuiii-tl tt> ciiuiuietiriiii; tho  work this fall. 31-i wis infoi'ine.l in  reply liy wire that H. D. Killeen. the  new Supt. 'if Roads, hud reported  against, anything heinx done on the  mad this "fall, lint that the matler  wtiuld he laid hefort the executive  ctiuncil un Monday.  The s:id intelligence reached He v. ti.  J. Thompson on Saturday niglit la>t  that his mother, Mi>. Win. Thouipi-un.  liad died on the 'i7th (Jctnlier. hnvinit  only lived three wetki after the death  nf tier hiishand. Mr. axxCi .Mis. Thump-  son hxil lived at prew. Ont., for the  pa?t 35 yen re, having originally tome  frum Antrim County; Ireland. They  had hoth reached uvei-SO years nf nge.  ������������nd for many years had heen closely  identified with the Methotli.-t church  ill Drew. The Hnn.U.D extends its  i-ympathy lo Mr. Thompson in his sail  tieiviivpiiieiil.  Two Cars of Beef Steers  Two and three years old,' lor delivery between  now and December 1st.  For particulars apply to the nndersipned,  EURCH & CO,  nov-G-lt Red Deer. Atta.  L^A-^-E  PHOVIXCrAL SECRETARY'S  OFFICE  Contractor  and Builder  i a! king  Ab^  .osj  lt'\ou are talking of a Full  Suit,, we want to do ti little  t.-ilking. too.  Our New Goods are Just in  80 we tue ittti-iv-sted and xve  thi 11 k we can intet'est you' by  showing lhtim'.  Elegnnt Suiting for Fall.  Mens' Furnij-liinga, etc. Come  in and see them.  J. B. CRESSMAN  MACKENZIE A\'EN'U>:.  Houses and Stores to Rent  and For Sale.  Jas. I.  Woodrow  II -s Honour th-' I.leiiteniint-iioveriior bus  bei-n |.len-ed loinakc tliu followliiK appointments :��������� .  'iulh Ciobc-r, 1900.  Frodxrlric 0, Famiitier, of tbe Cily of  Reve'istoUe. E.-'|iiir������, s. M , to he Colleuior of  Votes for tlie lievelstoke Kid'.nif of the West  Kootenay Electoral DlnLrict, vivo II. X.  r:oiir-l<v, y-iuirt-: -Siu'li ������ppolntraunt to date  from tliu 151 b Instant. .- !  Aiex*nd.-rI.������moiitSt.'wart, of llleclllcwnot,    Fish ^j Game in Season.  Esoiiire. 10 be Mlnlrg Recorder and Collector  of Kuvi-niii! Tfl.^  for  tin; Illeeitlewnet Mhiini;  Dlvklon, vice Robert Arraittrnn?, Esquire.  UTGHER  Itf.'tail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  i&-&&&rL&&Z%.i&&&  IThe 'Cash Bazaar.  THE STORE FOR THE LADIES.-  &3  co-:  m  Corner Don^'ns  and i<inj^streets  All orders promptly filled  REYEJiSrFOKE, J:  m  &4)  m  -v  X  BVELSTOKE  SMELTER  S  T?  ,.������s>/  ���������ftZf  fr*******************.!,*.^**       {ti$  * EDISON'S  STANDARD  PHONOGRAPH  MILLINERY  . Chuii'u and Stylish Millinery���������a vi-ry stylish lines for Hal.mday  DRESS GOODS  Onr Dress Coorls Sliii'k if now ctnnpli'to in all the If.-iflinK Cloths  nntl Box Cloths. Wu ,-u-e showing tho largest aittl la-st !-iinj<i!  in the City.  ������*i I fr  rTT i ������  'A'J   fr  ry>  fr  MANTLES  Fawn,  Wc are offering tn clem', odd lines   in  Ladies', Misses' aiul ChililfenV sizes.  Brown,   Blacks  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  Wilh fill thc latest improvement* ������~-  ��������� will tftkc rtnfl repi'OfliH'C r(*for������U. -(-  Pi'icn    ?2a    complete,     Incluflin^ a  t'ccordi'r, JiCpro'lurrur. I'rr.is Horn ���������?-  Tiipphirc    Hhnvhix     Knife,     Knr a-  TubiH,    Cjinicls   tl������ir   Hrush.   Oil -f������  f*������Li���������������nI*������o hr.lf n 0'>/.en rrenrds find rf.  hoolcs 01' instruction. w-  C. J. AMAN f  I'M  l?������  Qfi  LE AGENT  %%%%%%%%  Our Sale Saturday Morning ������  CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  **************************  CIIYEXPRESS  K. W. Ii. I'AIIKT, I'rnp.   '' ,  I'roinpt. ilcllverv of parcels, ImgRiiKO, etc., to  any partof tbe City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at K. M. Binylbe's Tobneco  Store, or .by Telephone l;o.J^gXS/ will receive  prompt Hitention.  I..LOTS FROM $350 UP.,  -ON   EASY   TERMS-  w  w  t***-^****;****-***-*'***^!******  ���������ints.  I'U&llt  K. H. MAYNE,  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  Cnaps in  ^   Hardware  A look Into our Ten or Tnentv-flve  t-cnt window nlll iintoulsli you its to  vnlui'.s.  No shop worn |;oci(ls, nil up-to-tlnto  wito Uie priecij cut In t������o.  Don't ihIsh the chiince to get n  Gurney Art Souvenir  Heater  Prices���������Rock  Bottom  4  w  ti  fh  >J  Rett Rose Ilegreo incvetn fcwoihI untl fourth  FrlduvH of each month; White Ilote iH-urce  uiectit Ilrst Friday of eneli month,hi Oddfellows'  IlKll.   VUltliiK brethren welcome.  WM. MATIIEHS,  . > Pt'crotary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No.- -1658.  Jlepulnr ineetint's are held la tho  Oddfellow's Hull on tho Third Frl-  diiy nt each friontb, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F., No.'3461.  Meet's iii file Ortdfrl^  lows' II(ill,on thoneeoml  nud fourlh .Mcndo)5 of  eneli inontti. Vlnlilnu  liri'threu Invited to at.  t������nd.  n. It. ATKIXS,  Chief Hangef.  CM'. MITCHELL,  ���������   ��������� Kcv.'-dee.  -W. M. Lawrence  .ESTATK  I Hardware. Tinware. Stoves.  I'alntx.       ,   Oils and CIrsh..  -Agent for'Hamilton l'owder Co.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is bettor thn.11 riehes   ......  We have tlie name of milking  the only Stylish .Suits In Town  ���������for durability nntl quality  they-also exeel.  .TRY .'ONE  R..S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Moots everv MVdnesdiiy in  ,OiUlfello\vK' Hull at 8 o'clock  , . ViMtiiiK KniKlitfl inviteil.  Wm. Matiiuwb,- C. (1.      ::::::  :   :, :   :    J. Mavaor, K. op It. & 8.  A. H. HOLDICH      ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Sevon years  at Morfa  Works,  Swansea.    17   years  Chlel  Chemist  to Wlgan Coal and Iron Co.,  Enir.  I.nte chemist nnd Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Cliiima exninlucd nntl reported upon.  .    ..     ...Revelstoke, B.C.  All nature is smlllnp and gay-  Should you ro hunting today;  And shoot bv good luek,  Hour, Deer, 'PartridRC or Duck,  I can mount 'em lor moderate pay.  H.W. EDWARDS, Taxidermist  Third Street, Revelstoke, II. c.  aW-I'. O. Ilox���������lfl.  GIVE YOIt TEETH ATTENTION  When   tbey  first, need  It,   before   ..  thereby  aroidlng  ne  they  pive you linlu, thereby avoiding neotl-  lesssufferini; and nsssurini; more natiB-  - factory und permanent work, and at less"  - cost, than If left until tho latter stages '.  .    ol decay.       .  Dr. Burgess,  Dentist,  -- ' :   :   :   :    Taylor lllock.  w  m  6>  MACK'S  HEADACHE  WAFERS  A10 11 sptM'ily. c-ei'liiin und  Mife cniri' ftn- lli'ad.u-hc.s of  all ; tii-iKin.s,   ivhctliiM'   sii-k,  I'ilifMlS.    llt'l-VlllIS    HI-    llVsli'l-  iral; ,-ilsti n -^i-t-al ri'lii-f I'm-  Ncui-altjiii.        .Vi'K PHRPAltli TMKM  ". Wi- . n������..   only   Kt:in.lni-il  Clu-lllital.-,"      t.lll'I-fl'Dlv       u-l!  fan i-ft t>��������� r��������� iiii-ii<1 Ihi'in.  l'UflJIC 2T������: PKKIJOX  FIELD & BEWS,  I>ni^r>.-i-.i-. nntl' tiitiouers,  llrmin Hlot'k. -  NOTICE  .Mince is nereuy Riven that one mouth  date of record  I  Intend to oiiiilv to  the  Commissioner of Liiudu and Worts to inir  SOaeresof land lu thediiirietof West Knot  ������#S'#######^cp;  TO'.HousekeelJers  tfBP* Xow is llu?   time .to 'j������ut  in   vour  Wiutiii 's.sii pjily of  Vegetables  nt reasonnblurrlt'C1:.   TheRoods aro'  Ilrst elu-i, and luelude  POTATOES, TURNIPS,  CARROTS  BEETS, ONIONS, PARSNIPS,  Also for Mile about -10 tons of  ^s^D-e-R e w-fcEr  oe0-3ni'  Iievel-toke. I'.O.  Baker  AND  Confectioner  Notice Is hereby Riven that one mouth after  ...   . ,   . chief  rchusu'  ,       ,,   ,      , ,,    ootcnayiL.  tlccrlbed ns follows: ComniencMiK at a jio*l.  marked ��������� Alexander (ireen. North-east corner"  placed on tbe West bunk of Duncan River,  adjoinlnir jiost marked "Samuel I.uffmnn,"  about llfieen fhii'iihRoiilb of liie Junction ol  Hum-nil River and the West Fork, thence South  forty (4(p) ehnins thence nOKI t\w.ntv('J(l|chains,  thence Sorlh forty- (Ul) chalni, ihctice Kast  twenty (2(1) chains to place, of .commencement,  tinted at West Fork, Duncan III ver, ll.C, tho  251 h day of September, 1P00.  octl2-linlt ���������Af.EXAXnF.K CiKEEN.  To Rent.  HnUM-, situated near tlie Government Office.  Apply nt the IIkrai.d iiIHcp. ",:.-'  PEND RAGON" "  HOTEL-,=  CAMBORNE, B, C.     ., .  lleadijiiarlcr', for the KMi Illicr  MiniiiB district.  Canihnrnc is i-itiinted at the confluence of  Fish Hivit and I'niil Creek nntl fs uithiu cost  distance of Ihe mines 01 the rich camp. -  FIRST.CLASS. ACCOMMODATION  Thenar is supplied -with first-class Winov,  r.ntuors nntl Ciyar.-*.  M. M   Ill'CIIANAN       :       :      Proprietor.  ������8^-.\ddrei-3 Comborno via Comaplix.  Bread - Delivered - Daily  CALL AND ISSPKCT OUIt STOCK OF  NEW  GROCERIES  i#r##S#S  WHOLESALE.  Wine-and  Liquor  Merchant-  ���������    "      '    .     ���������'������������������ "\     '���������' ' ' -..",7  REVELSTOKE, B. C;  !  Its all Right  Providing you are patronizing  the Slcim Laundry.  We need ymir support. Do we  merit it ? Come how let 11&  reason together. Can you give  us any just reason why we  should not do your washing?  F. BUKER,  1 Proprietor. Telephone 43  S������ NOV. 6th  AT THE OPERA HOUSE.  ALBA HEYWOOD  In his  comic  impersonations of  eccentric characters.  .  MISS GERTRUDE MUNROE  The brilliant viollnifte.  MISS EMILE COLE  The sweet ballade singer,  MR. OUSTAVE ULRiCK  The talented 'Cellist.  A Popular Programme of  "MIRTH,        USIC  and LAUGH TE R  fl

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