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 /  /P  -ISSTTIEID' TWIOB-A-WEEK: ~ TUESDAYS    -AJSTID   X^X^iXXDATlZS-  Vol. IV.    No,  87  REVELSTOKE. B.C.,   TUESDAY.     NOVEMBER 13, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advahee.  G :.B. HUME  &C0.  Feather  Christy's  Brown and  Black  Very Latest,Styles.  A CRUSHING VICTORY.  Some victories are worse than defeats. - Tarte's recent triumph is of  .this nature. We know now where we  are at. It in n������it politics. Itisacivil  .war with ballots for. bullets. When  the Ontario Grits recognize the price,  they-have to pay to keep llieiv party  in power, when the Maritime Province reckon up tin* bill they .have tn  sell le for Mr. Blair's railroads, when  Liberals all over Canada w.tke up  from theii- pipe dre.-iius of triumph,  wu-think they will Iiutl very lit. Ie  cause lot' congratulation in llie late so  called Liberal victory. Mi. Tarte's  Parisian prophecy is too unpleasantly  near fulfilment, But��������� thank goodness  there is 11 great biff hut. Ontario has  shewn herself quite alive to thu fact  that we do not. require any Cape  Colony games to be played in this  Dominion. Manitoba isslaimch. The  west is not yet ready lo begin to  learn the piece. The result of this  very election which is such an apparent triumph is too startling not to  open '.he eyes of lhe electors of Canada  tts^ to the leal nature of thu game,  which T.ntu is .playing. No mere  political issues could have produced  such a majority in Quebec. , Tarte has  overdone it this time. lt is lorlunale  for Canada and llie Eniphe that our  fiee political institutions have leve.iled  hi.-, ta< tn t-, which appaieiitly, though  only appaieiitly, helping low aids  their lulfilu ent.  1 mv*>*������&i*������������������j&.+j*&&j*+]t.������*p>jMM**9i    *&#&r****&^j**#fr������&&&Ht&j*^ t  S.'iSsXsXJp������������������������������������������?)^^ gXiX&S'SXsXsXsXSXs^^  a&i.  S^^^^S  Soft Hats  In Soft Hats  we have the  Latest on  the Market.  mKnaocacat;  'Khaki'  are now the  sellers.  COME AND SEE' TKEM.  MACKINAW  CLOTHING  .  '  Wa handle .only the  ...��������� .....CARR'S.- Mackinaw.  They are acknowledged ,the  Best.      Every   garment   is  ^guaranteed- ~~ ". -"���������-  ���������'���������"-���������  --  TIIE LOCAL SITUATION.  If  Prompt  Delivery  Is the second consideration in our GROCERY  Trade.     Quality is  the  ' First always.  You miss many good things  ���������you don't save as much  as you might, if you' fail to  send us your grocery order.  'Theie   is   t.o   ili.mge    in   the   local  situation owing to   the   lesult ot   last  Wednesdays polling.      Mi.   JM.uNoill,  the     O111ise1v.il i\u     candidate,       Mt.  Gallihei,   the   Liheial   candidate and  .Mi. Folev. the Labor candidate aie all  still in the ling and the HtiHALl)   does  not   lonsldei     that     Mi.     MaiKeiUV  chances of success have been at all  mi-  paued bj  the fait the Quebei vote has  placed the Lauriei-T.ii lu   Liuuhiii.if ion  again in powei.      The   ls-sucs   al stake  have now disclosed I hem-.elves.     The>  aie of silt h a grave,   not   to   s.iysl.m-  liiigch uaclei, a-  to   an est   tlie   mosl  c. uelei-s iiltuiiticiu.      They   iiiesiKha-  lo n'eive eveiy auu and iiispue eiieigy  111 tut'iy hi'.til.     This   is  no  limb loi  slackness 01 de������p.tir.    -To  the Cmi-ei-  v.ilive ot Vale C.u'.boo and our   bietli-  11-11 ol Bun nd. ia now ottned i chance  locitdoise the \eicliit   ol   Ontai io and  .-lay     the   shout iiik ol     the     Queluc  liitiinph.       We    h,i\e got a haul light  belole Us.      JS'o doubt    t'tti)  mllie'iice  ofthe inathuie will l>" In ought lo bc.u  on lln-se two 1 tuts it I in nue..     b.tiini is  n-s|jiMisiliii- loi ilietii anil   he   will    nut  let ihem go. It lie  tan    Itetp        Bill w r  have   it in.uie   easit-i    lor   its   in    lhis  iiinstiliieiii v in lh it wc have two ot   a  U.nil itgHitist us      Theie   is   so hit le to  t hoiisu lielweeu Mi. Ualhliei   antl   -Mi  Foley lhat no   I'oiwivaltve   winking  in.111 need hesitate tot a moineul about  voting for Mr. McNeill. It Mi   Gallihei  gets in it meaii.-> uuothei volt lot Ttite  If   Air.   Folev    g>'ts    '"- ll   nieans   an-  iilher   vote   for Taitc-     Unless   theie-  I'ore one wishes In lollow at   the   heels  of lhe chariot of the   tuition nt il   king  .of .Quebec, there is no .aitciiiativ e but  to vote lo) -McNeill.    The issue is   veiy  'plain aiid simple.   ' Nobody   nctd   let  any' Brit sophistry   or'Lithoi    paity  socifiiiSl itf_rnr"miiiiurits**-iiivei t=��������� t lieu -  attention front this point, which is the  oiily'one'wonh tiilking  aliout.   foi    a  moment. For its pail the ilr.RVLD will  laMiuile  content   to   see   Y lie C.u iboo  line up with Oulai 10 and  .Manitoba   in  lhe entiling light for the supieui tt >   ol  thu Umpire 111 Ciiiatln.    The  t|iiesiinii  as to w'hethei .Mr. Tarte   will,   in   that  tScnt, continue to drilible Us mil a few  Ihtaii'iind dollars a year for  imprnv.ng  our   river   navigation   or     nol     does  not cut much figure.     Tne   gravity of  the situation is 100 great In   atliint   of  these iiiiuot' ciiiisidi'l'iitiOiis  ������  you want help in deciding" about tho new ������  Suit or Costume you are planning, we invite you *  to visit our Dress Goods Section and  look over the different materials,  seeing" for yourself the varying"  weights, textures and surfaces. It  will give you the: best idea obtainable  of the merits of .the different pieces,  and we will be, Jiappy to have you  make use of our inimeihse stock in this  way. Every prevailing shade and  every different stylish fabric will be  found here, guaranteed in dye> and of the finest  weave and finish, so that you may place entire  confidence in the quality of the goods.  *fr.j~fc.������.Mr-fr'I'*'M''M'*������'fr*****^ *-i'**'fr+'*'fr*i"**'*+*'l'*'5r+*,t'i'***  Come before the Best  1      ^  are Picked Out  C. B. Hume & Co,  ';.Anxious to equip llieirnelvi'S  or perhaps in 1i;is(h ben use ofthe suddenly cooler weather  ' we Hii-jgest a visit 10 our.Spcoiiil Departments where'ti   most   exten.-ive  and   worthily  Ktyli.-slriirruy ol" ' - - ������"   -  Fashionable Fall Costumes and Stylish Coats.  Tailor Made Skirts and Dainty Shirt Waists,  Beautiful Millinery; Exquisite Furs  und all the ot!i<v  Kto . await your  rot:tiy lo wear by  ��������� needfuls in the way oi" Shoes,   Vesta,  Gloves.   Wnrracr Underwear,  inspection.      You can  pick   them out today aud have thein home and  night.  NOTE AND COMMENT  Another four years to sit and vvalch  Blair giidirou the Miiriiifiit' provinces  with raihoiidn ami Tai'le pour otii  money like vvaler in Quebec' wiit'e a  paltry few r.hiaiMiuiis are liiib'tileti out  111 British Colombia and even that  with a Quillet- coutruclor tacked on  111 most of it.  How delighted Mulock and Cait.-  Wright,' who uould not even appear  011 the same pliitform with Tarte iu  Uie campaign, must he at the pi os-  puct of aiiother four years under tlie  Master's whip, and tlie whip thicker  than ever at that.  In our Men's Store we are showing an unusually.high class stock of  Overcoats, Suits, Hats, Furnishings, Etc;  iit'd other requisites from which a complete wardrobe- oa'n   be" chosen   if desired.. All  ..  needs'in Men's and Boys' Wear'can be purchased here on shortest 1 otice at lowest-prices  Worthy Styles in New Fail Gloves. >  If there i.s oiic ;>!.tce in Kt-vt'Nltike whi-.re you can he sure of getting ,good   Gloves,   that  place   i������  this  Store.  Th'.'.-e couie in'iis irom the liei-t (ihive Makers wekiiocv of, and heing made of cirefully .selected materials we .  can guitiaiilt very pair to give -atis-lai'lory Wear. ,  Bargains in Feather Boas.  If vou .tie su-t't'|ililile to cold couie and gel one of these Boas at the  pioiect'.nii nntl itl-o very soft nnd lii'coiniug in appearance.  low  prices offered.  1  They're a thorough  Big Reductions iii Flannels and Blankets  H illiiday'ii laij-iticcs in Bin n Vets anil Flannels wn-i disappointing lo us.       Wo wauled higger sales, hut the Wi'L  went her infrferi'd.    Now we Haiit.tii inake up for it on .Saturday  and: would   like you to help us  "Very Fine Jackets for $4,25--I������^  AH  0*  Tint- ntlVr mentis a griiteful for tho-e who come curly enough to profit hyit.   We advise you to he very prompt  indeed if von ate Jacket Until ing. and we feel confident that one of these Coats would please you.  Tlie distinction helween' Liherni  candidate. Galliher and Lalior candidate Filey is hecoiiiing. fcti fine us  scarcely lo he disliiigilishahle to lhe  naked eye.  , The whole force of the machine was  hi ought to hear against Clink Wallace  in West York hut fulled to down  him.  Children's Woollen ITndervdsts.  ISiliirday selling; scan  over them and decide to huy  while the  price advaA-  We en'iplia������izf lliete value*  foi  lage in all in your favor.  I Misses' Jackets.    -    -   Misses' Jackets  We have a Cloak Stork that would do credit to niiirh larger pluceu than lievelstoke.  wilh the hest atict^iunst critical divs-,ers, while our prices are just as pleasing to limit  carefullv.  Our Clonks find favor  who  spend their money  How tin you like seeing  Hag of Fiance" Hying in  minster ?  the  New  "deal-  West-  ���������Cleitring siile of pipesf at Hrown'j.  ,..- ���������Veilings, loci per yiud.-nt-M.- K.  Ijawsou's.  ���������Smoke Jose  lohacco itnie.  General Merchants  Revelstoke, B.C.  SIR CHARLES SAYS FAREWELL  A Dignified Utterance Worthy of a  Father of Confederation  Sir Charles Tupper arrived in Montreal on Friday. There wero letters  and telegrams from every part of the  Dominion expressing sympathy and  good-will, and amongst them theie  were'messages from six provinces from  sitting iiieinhers, offering to resign  their seats and promising to work to  elect Sir Charles.  When asked what his decision was  to he. Sir Charles was firm in declining, saying that under no circumstances, even if olfered 11 seat hy  acclaiutition, would he consent to te-  enter political life.  "1 am deeply moved hy these expressions of good-will," said Sir  Charles," as he showed a budget of  telegrams, "hut my decision is final.  For four years I have worked, in season and out of season, for the good of  the party to the best of my ability. I  have shortened my life hy privations  incident to campaign work.  "My friends and colleagues in the  house aie good enough to say very  kind things tilinut me and that work.  They are too considerate; hut I thank  them cordially for the expressions of  good-will. In the quiet of my home  life I will not lie an indifferent spectator of puhlic events. I will tvke the  greatest, pleasure in seeing the Conservative party, now united to a man.  taking ils place in the house , and he:  fore the country, waging their battles  hy younger tiien-j-full .of vigor, hope  and etiduiance. and-, having behind  them 11 good cause, securing for the  people of Canada wise legislation,  righteous laws* and fair play to all  creeds, and national ties.  "As I step out of public life I am  proud to be able to say. that I never  used, nor countenanced Hits using, of  any but one policy in each and all the  provinces. I defy any man- to say  that [ have, ever reflected upon any  nationality or did other than help to  cement the bond of union between all  the races as Canadians with t a common heritage and a common future,  ,"God forbid that there should he  anything ,but peace and good-will  thtoughoiit the Dominion,! - ' .  ; "There is ti. gre.-it, future , for the  Conservative party;'-and its future  has not in any .time in four years  looked as bright as to-day. ^ Relief  from public life is a boon, the greatest  I have enjoyed for years. Remember  my age. The party would not listen  to the idea of my resigning. I could  not insist upon doing so against a  united piotest, "had not .the good  people of Cape Breton county given  me the opportunity. I made no >,reat  effort to hold Cape Breton," for I felt  my duty to my party was to be in the  fight.to help my supporters, rather  than to concentrate my efforts upon  one seat. I was in" the county only  fon'rdays. I have nothing hut what  is pleasant to say of the electors of  Cape Breton; and at this moment,  ���������is I leave the political arena, my  I'.eart goes out to nil Canada in the  hope that peace und prosperity may  .abound." ��������� '       . " . ,      >  FORTY-EIGHT  HOURS  FIGHTING  The. Brilliant Defence by thc   Canadian  Dragoons.  . Ni:w York. Nov. 12.���������In a despatch'  dated London. 1 a. in., Mr. Ford cabling the New York Tribune regarding  the South Africa war s-tys : Fresh  details of the engagements in the  Transvaal show that, the Boers uie  fighting with leniiu-kable courage and  enei-gy. Dewet's battle witli Legallis  and Deiisle was most stubbornly contested, and the guns were abandoned,  only after a display of despeiate valor.'  Smith-Donien's fighting with Boew  near Belfast, lasted 48 hours and his  rear guard were only saved by a.  brilliant dpfence, conducted by the  Canadian Dragoons, whose gallantry  vied |with the valor displayed by the  Canadian contingent at Paardeberg.  The Boers were heavily reinforced in_  these operations and not only hung  persistently upon the rear and flank'  of the British column hut even charged on their horses in front at close,  cjuai-teis. This may be the courage of  despair hut it commands respect. The  Boers are losing men day hy day but  now they are broken up into small  bands without artillery or transport'  they have marked facilities for carrying on guerilla wai fare and are per-_  sislent in keeping up a hopeless-  struggle. While> they carry little  food with thetn every farm fis a storehouse for them,where they can obtain  supplies and fiesh horses.  :   DATE OF ELECTION  Nominations Take Place in   Revelstoke'  ..On Monday. " .  The* date of the election in this riding for the Dominion House has ' been,  fixed for Dec. Oth* - The'nnniinat"ion;of  candidates will, lake place in Revelstoke nextMonday. '   >.      .-  HOW DO YOU LIKE THIS?.  Cotton and Flannelette Goods  Tln-M- are the home needs that, everyone requires, as a cntiM'quence every one will be interested in the saving  bai gain prices we promise for the balant e of this week. Thev will uiillto a big difference in the cost if you use  many yards at a time of these staple goods.  BOURNE  BEOS  Ma. Garcia.    Bm������u's   J M^lwm'AMI'.iM^MMlM^ *  Aulay Morrison's Supporters Get  Their  First Dose of Quebec Medicine.  The flagpole for Her Majestv's new  post otlice and diatom house, was  raised this morning, vvil li the French  tri-color upon it, to fin ther insult the  Biitit-hcrs over . whom the French  contractor's master niiimphi'il on  Wednesday,  The affront was the subject of  indignant comment ou the market  place, and elsewhere where men congregated.  This is what has  been  going on   in  Eastern Canada for the past four years,  and for thin the citiwns ol New West  minster cast a majority of ���������il  ImllntH  the oilier day.  Probably if Mr. Tarte's flag had been  r lined here the clay before rather than  the day after the elections. Mr. Dewdney, the choice of our good customers  of the disliict, would not have been  defeated by our citizen vote.���������Columbian.  A Record Run.  Montreal, Nov. 10,���������The Canadian  Pacific made a i ecoid run In-day between Montreal and Ottawa, making  thc 110 miles;in 110 minutes. The  ret cud trip was made by Lord Strathcona on a special train, which left  Windsor street station at 837 a. m.  and reached Vaudreuil. 24 miles, irt aC  minutes, the rate being 53 miles an  hour, and the. run thence to Ottawa,  83 miles, was made in SI minutei>,' nt  the rule of (W miles an hour. Deducting tun minutes for, stops nnd slowdowns, while passing through the  yards, the actual running time was 10)  minutes for the 110 miles. The- rim  was made on a heavy track, snbfv  having fallen all night, which makes  the speed all the more pherioiberml.  ���������R. H. Truman is here for a short  stay. Sit now for your Photo's for  Christmas. Great variety of sizes and  now style mounts.      -   .-.- ���������  - ���������Flat to Rent���������suitable for a' small  family, over sthe Emporium Parlors  McKenzie Avenue'. , Apply to M. K.  li'ivvsoti.  THEJOWSER BOND*. V;  '    ������������������        "        ' J       *FSi  A Close Corporation of Chicago and  St.' ."''',  Louis Men Have Renewed the Deal. ..'."'/,  - Owing, as the Herald understands,"  very   largely   to   the-efforts .'���������of ...W.' - ^Sr-i  Cowan, the same syndicate which last v-."-'  spi ing  threw .up   their  howl on th������     ,   -        - V  Tovvser, , have-now^.-renewetl, .their,   ,- '.'',  agreement on  the   origmal-^ternis -of ".-s       -���������".?'  $40,000. S3000 of which   has*lieen   paid.    "'���������    -.-"��������� ^"  and the balance in .18  months.        Asl -  noted   in   its   last'issue   n number of -       "'    ���������   -'���������  Revelstoke miners have left, town   to  begin work on   the  properly,     G._P. -   ' ^  ���������."  Ritter and J. M. Skeaf of Chicago,are      ���������   "'; (:"  to be   manage!s   and   John   Sweeney ,  j- :������s  foreman.   The supplies, rails and other     , -      "-'i"  plant, which his been stored in Fergti-"     ���������  _   -i "."-j"  son since spring is now   being   packed. ";';,'���������  up beck to the mine and a full force of ;'; 1' I  men will be   put   nn   at   once. '   .The  syndicate,   which holds the bond is   a"  close corporation of Chicago, Louisville  and Indianapolis capitalists and   there 1:  is very little,doubt that under capable -',".'  management the Towser   will   justify"  the   faith   so "long   held   in   it by itsf ,''  owners-,      Messrs.      Ferguson      anil_ - ',  Knovvles. and prove one of the banner  mines of the Larde.-iu. < <;  Brave Old Man.     '"'   ' '���������'  'The   patriotism. ��������� wliich   overthrew  the leader of the Opposition   in"Nova"  Scotia /.yesterday^   is;-" riot .'like . fhe\  patriotism   -which    overthrows'   the"  leaderjif a Government; -  Hostility to an Opposition ;'in' a"  cheaper vitt ue than'hostility to the"  Government, nnd the defeat of Sir  Charles Tupper in Cape Breton"��������� is' a"  proof lhat business is business in Nova'  Scotia.        ^  .There were many safe se'nta open 'to  Sir Charles Tupper.in Ontario:" Tlie  old man has his human failings," but'  he is no rowitrd. He chose to meet'  the enemy in the gates, and has goilo  down fighting.  Sir CnarUis Tupper has liad' rl   great'  career, which will ho continued  when'  he accepts a safe sent in the new Par*'"  liament,    He neglected  bis, own, poll-"  ticiil fortune iu Novii' Scotia' to   fight  the battle of his party in Ontario.'. His  worst enemy cannot deny,the veteran  the crt;dit of fighting iu   his   Province  as gallant, a. bat tie at)* was'ever fought"  ,by mortal tuan.���������Toronto Telegram."  His Great Fight.  There is no finer strategist in -Caiia-*  dian   politics  than   Hugh  John Mac-  donald."  It- was n masterstroke, his 'raid' on"  Brandon, and' failure docs not 'alter  the essential fact that he sacrificed  himself to save his friends iii the west."  There is a fine contrast between  tliu  defeat of Sir Charles Tupper   in' Cape"  Bieton   and   the    election -of    Holi._  Clifford   Sifton'   iii    Brandon." .   Sir  Charles   neglected   his  own interests'  to fight the buttles of bis'Irierids." Mr.  Sifton attended principally tn his own  interests, and his friends were  largely  left to iake'eare of themselves".  If the  resources  which' were concentrated upon Brandon has been dis-"  fributed'oveT-ManitSba arid thWest"  the  returns   might  have recorded   a."  Liberal triumph. , .Hugh  John .Mac-'  donald seems to  have  sacrificed hini7  solf to save bin party.^and Mr. Sifton-'  ������eepi* to have FatriHced.hiH..party-to' ���������  save himself.���������Toronto Telegram,'     i  %*  t ���������Jo������e Ma Gaii'in cigars, one week'  insl.   Brown's tobacco slot e,"  .* Revelstoke   Herald  Poblifihed In the interests of  Aeveleloke, Lanieiui, Big Bend. Trout  babe. XUleUlewaet, Albert Canyon,  Jordan     Pass     and      Basle  Pase Districts.  A.   JOHNSON ....PROPBIBTOK  A Seml-Weeklj- Journal, published  ta the interests of Revelstoke and  (fea surrounding districts, Tues-  teya and Fridays, inaldnjr closest  connections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads.,  J1.S0 per. inch, single column, $2.00 per  Inch When. Inserted on title page.  Legal ads.,-10 cents per inch (nonpa.-  riel) line for first Insertion; 5 cents  tor each additional insertion. Reading  notices, 10 cents per line each Issue.  Birth, ;Marriage and Death notices,  free  .Subscription Kates: By mall or  Barrier, $2.00 per annum; $1.25 for six  months, strictly ln advance.  Our Job Department. THE HERALD  Job Department is one o������ the best  equipped printing offlces in West  Kootenav. and Is prepared to execute  all kinds of printing In first-class  ���������tyle at honest prices. One price to  all.- No Job too large���������none too  Btnall���������for us. Mull orders promptly  attended to. Give us a trial on your  next order.  To Correspondents: XVc Invito correspondence on any subject of interest to tho g-^neral public, and desire  & reliable correspondent in every locality eurroundine Revelstoke. In all  capes the bona fide name of the  writer must accompany manuscript,  but not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE  HERALD.  Wo limy have been mistaken, but  jve  fancied we heard aomethinff drop  'eatorday.  When all's* said ami do"e, the liu-'L  remains that the Conservatives can  take a licking like sontlcmen and  Srltlsh  subjects.  THE RACE CRY IN QUEBEC  Notice to Correspondents.  1. AH correspondence must bo legibly written on one side of  the paper  only-  2. Correspondence containing personal matter must be signed with the  proper name of the writer.  3. Correspondence with reference  to anything that has appeared in  another paper must first be offered for  publication to that paper before lt  oan appear in THE HERALD.  LAURIER   BELIEVES, IN   GALICIANS  How the Hon. J. Israel Tarte Conducted  the Election.  Montreal, Nov. 7.���������Now that "election day has arvived the- Tarte Liberals have thrown off all pretensions  for support for tho Liberal government o������ their general policy. Thc  cry raised all over the province last  night was: "Vote for Laurier and  T.'trto because they are French."  Everywhere the. race cry Is being  used for all it is worth and the Anti-  English passions of the people of this  province aro being appealed to in the  meet shameless and flagrant manner. It Is the same story In every  constituency. The French Liberal  candidates, evidently acting under a  preconcerted plan aro making thc  most inflammatory appeals to prejudice- and the habitants aro aroused  to such a pilch of excitement that it  is doubtful if a single English speaking member will tie returned from  this  province  outside  of Montreal.  Yesterday several cases of fraudulent naturalization cases came before  the courts. Laurier candidates having procured naturalization papers  for large numbers of Chinamen, Italian aiul Roumanian Jews. It turned  out on investigation that in several  cases forgery had been committed,  the alleged applicants never having  signed the papers. A fund of S10 000  was put up last night for the prosecution of violators of the law in this  respect.   o   HOW  KINGSTON  CAPTURED  WAS  against Ms opponont while ho ia  stumping the country addressing his  6upportor������. After the election both  candidates stand on thc balcony .of a  public building and thc newly elected  member says something like, this to  the assembled multitude:  "Gentlemen: 1 now stand berore  you as your rcprosontatlve. I cannot  tell you how proud I am to be your  representative and this pride 18 oniy  equallod by the pleasure I feel at tho  way this campaign has been conducted." My opponent has treated me with  that fairness and freedom from abuse  with which ono gentleman should  treat another:" and so on. ad nauseam.  Tho other man then says that tt  is a ploasurc to him oven to be defeated by sucn a gentleman as his  opponent evidently is, while for the  past three months each has been denouncing the other right and left.  Then, the electors! For the weeJc  preceding the great day men go (  roundi town with that satisfied air  on their faces telling everyone that  in the hollow of their hand thoy hold  the   fata  of   Soandso,   naming  their  favorite.  _.  Others .again wear that worried  look" on their faces which spoaks of  much money staked and about which  they are beginning to feel anxious.  Again a few wear an air of Importance coupled with anxiety telling  thai thoy are canvassing the country  for their candidate, hence'the importance. They don't'like to ho too  sure of the- result: hence tho anxiety.  Again, there aro some objectionable poople (fortunately only a few  in number) who are perfectly sure of  the result of the election. "The result of sucn a well organized campaign aa this cannot be in doubt."  After tlio election they find that tne  other man Rets ln and then, instead  of knowing that a man may be great  oven In defeat, they go round and  say thnt a man couldn't be expected to be on top when the campaign  was so badlv organized.  We ml.cht soar Into tho heights of  poetic fancy and say:  "Oh!   inconsistency,   thy  Name   Is  Man!"  (During  election   times.)  8ff?WWW?W?WWf?WWWPWWWWfffWfWf?WrffFWWWffWfWW?fW|  THE MOLSONS BANK  INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PMIUAMBNT,   1855.  TELEGRAPHIC   SUMMARY  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Authorised Capital  Paid up Capitol  Rnst Fund  ������,600,000  2,170.000  1,860,000  DIRECTORS: Wm. Molson KAcriiKusoM, President; S. li. Ewino, Vlcc-Pre   dent ���������  W. M. Ramsay, Samuel Finlky, Hvhby Archibald, J. P. Cr.KaaoRN,  H. Hakkland Molson.  Jami.s Elliot, Gonoral Manager.  A general banking business transacted,  rates.  Interest allowed at current:  J. D. MOLSON, ���������  M AHAOKIt, KKVM.6TOKK, B.C.  mmmmmmmmimummiuiuiUMimim  Ok  th*  7th  of  July   last  yeai', the  Hon.   G.   E.   Prior,   as    reported     in  Hansard   made   a' very     strong   and  reasonable   attack    on     the    Laurier  government's  policy   of  Chinese,  Galician   and   Doukhobor    immigration.  He did not merely give his own opinions, but brought in  thc evidence of  several     independent     organizations,  among   them   the   Methodist    district  meetng   of   Edmonton,   which   passed  a strong resolution protesting against  the   government's   policy ���������   and    -pronouncing   the   Galicians   "an     undesirable   class  of   settlers"' and   "     a  menace  to  our  social,   political    and  religious   interests.     (These,   by   the  way, are the same Galicians that Mr.  Oliver is now pandering to for votes.)  What was  Laurier's reply?    All he  had - to  say   was  that' Colonel   Vrlor  had  "made  an appeal    to  tho worst  passions   in   our  population"   and   he  devoted the balance of his speech to  '   a vicious attack on Colonel Prior for  bringing the matter up.  In his reply Colonel Prior said:  "If one of the worst passions of a  man If his desire to save himself  from lY-arful competition with a miserable rate .of wages on wliich he  cannot live decntly and keep his wife  and family 1 say it is n siuglar expression of one of the worst passions."  And now the electors of Alberta  areasfced to vole for n supporter of  a premier who takes an attitude  which is" utterly against the interests of every white man in thc district.  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATB  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave.  Important  News Condensed for  Busy  Readers  Winnipeg, Nov. 7:  Five Winnipeg soldier boys will return on Saturday to the city from  South Africa: Snider, Holyoke, Barrett, Ingram and Hammond. Three  of the Westerners who returned on  the Idaho were in Winnipeg yesterday: They were Private Alex. Lee,  Nelson; Gould of Pincher Creek, and  McDougall of Morley.; They were  through much of the campaign and  talked interestingly of their experiences. In an official report Lord  Roberts speaks highly of the conduct  of the two gallant Canadians, Captain  Chalmers  and  Major  Sanders.  President McKinley and Governor  Roosevelt havo carried tho United  States presidential elections, defeating Bryan and Stevenson. Pluralities  in several of the eastern and middle  states wero reduced but not sufficient  to" lose the election. If all tho doubtful states go to Bryan McKinley 'will  havo a sufficient number of .the electoral college voto to win. Odell was  elected governor of Now York. Mc-  Klnloy has 247 suro votes Bryan  139  while 61 are in  doubt.  Dr. Gilbert Wilson has been called  to tho pastorate of Augustine church,  Winnipeg.  The Chicago board of trade by a  doclson of the courts must give quotations to the public.  .   -  J. M. BCOTT. B.A.. LLB  Barrister. Solicitor, Notary Public. Me  HcKenale Avenue. Revelstoke Station.'  Money to Loam  HABVHY, McCARTBR & PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors., Etc  Solicitors    for    Imperial    Bank    ot  Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per coat  Offlces:    Molsons  Bank Blectc  Flrat Street Revelstoke Station. B.C.  J. W. CROSS  Office  Mackenzie Avenue, RereUtoki  8urgeon to the C. P. R.  Health Officer. City of Revelstoke  Methodist Church, Revelstoke.  Preaching services at 11 a.''i.i  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at the  close of the morning service. Sab-;  bath school and Bible class at 2:S(.'  Weekly prayer meeting every Wed-<  nesday evening at 7:30. - The publls  are cordially Invited.   Seats free.  RBV.S.J.THOMPS0N.   Pastor.  The Revelstoke  Herald  [Sumi Wot'kly  8t Peter's Church (Anglican) '  Eight a.m., Holy Eucharist; ill  a.m., matins, litany and sermon (Holy.  Eucharist, first Sunday ln the month);  2:30 Sunday school, or chiidrens':  eervico; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days���������The " Holy  Eucharist Is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8'  a,m., as announced. Holy Baptism  after Sunday school  at 3:15.  C. A. PROCUNITR. Vicar.   :  I  Hon.  Wm. Hardy  Worked  the Oracle  Montreal,   Nov.   6.���������On   the   eve   of  election  the  government has    made a  coup with  which  it  is  bound  to capture   KUiES>ton.      The  Kingston   locomotive works,   which have  been closed for "early a month, and which formerly employed 400 hands, were  purchased  today from  the Bank of Montreal   for ~ ?75,000. The     Hon.     Wm.  Hardy  has   been  in  town   for  several  days  negotiating the  deal  and  a  few  days ago offered $65,000 for the works.  The   bank  refused   to  sell  for  a  cent  ess  than  $75,000 and  that cash  down.  "Mr.   Hardy   waited    until     this   afternoon   and   finally   agreed   to   pay  the  amount   and   did     so.       Immediately  afterwards  he  went  to the  lonji  dis-  auco   telephone   and     notified   King-,  ston.      He  gave   instructions   to   havo  the   tires   started   tomorow     morning.  He stated that he had an order from  Mr.   Blair   for   20   locomotives.       The  Grits   think   this   will   be   enoush   to  buy Kingston.    It remains- for the electors   of  Canada   to  show  tomorrow  whother they can be bribed with tho'r  own   money   or   not.      The     Kingston  works would  not have been compelled,  to shut down had Mr. Blair given tho  concern orders between  elections.  But  the   last   four years  he   ga.ve   the  orders to American  locomotive, works.  HUDSON S BAY  COMPANY  RATE $l.oo PER DAY  Presbyterian  Church'  Service  every   Sunday,    at   11  a.m'  and 7.S0 p.m.    Bible Class at 2:30 p.  m.' to which all are welcome.  Prayer,  meeting at 8 p.m. every Wednesday.-  REV. W. C. CALDER, Pastor.   =  INCORPORATED 16TB)  We have just  re  ceived  the following  new  season's  goodss  Car  oi" California   Evaporated Fruits.  The  C olumbia  House.  Good accommodation. A. good t^r  well supplied with choice win-  liquors and cigars.  Has more readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers ln Revelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing In the  city than any other paper; it's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; Its Influence Is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; Its sub  scription rate Is only $2.00 pet  annum; lt covers the field. Try  lt and be with the crowd. >    "    Writ* to . Salvation Army  REVELSTOKE HERALD,    I    Meeting every   night 'In  their  Revelstoke. B. C.  oa front street  Roman Catholic Church '  Mass  first and  third    Sundays  far  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THATHR.  $A$A$i$4$A$A$i$A$A$A$4$i&  Free Bus Meets All Trains  HOW    SADLY     THEY    WERE  CEIVED  DE-  Bpown  & Pool  ^   Proprietors  P. 5URNS 8c CO.  The  Revelstoke Herald  .(SEMI-WEEKLY).  A   NEW BOOK BV   BARRIE  ���������   J.  M. Barrie's latest book, "Tommy  aad  Grlzel,"  has  been   received  from  the  Canadian  publishers.   (Thc  Copp.  . Clarke . company... limited.. ..Toronto.)  'it, is no mere novel. It is a great  piece of character study. You hurry  through tho book for the story which  fascinates you so. But on reflection  that a literary crime has thus been  committed, you re-read carefully iu  order to grasp every fine point of  this artistic production. . The pieturf  remains with you. You open tk Barrio  gallery at once and It is never clo6-  od, Dickens could not Inspire you to  more -than this. In iho crowded  wtreot"you meet a younK woman with  haughty bearing, and think this Is a  bit like the Grlzel of your gallery.  But the crooked siuil'' Ik not there.  and you are ever., after nnnrcblng  ttvxm for that. Boye In the streot  intereet yon more than th������y did.  Ther* may be a Tommy nmonglhcm,  "a lad ot sixtoon.tnysterioiiMy plain;  hair light hrown and waving drfl-  ance to the brush nothing KtartllnK  about him but the expression of hl������  ' face. ��������� which was almost f������'3r*onif'ly  *ol&mn and apparently uuchange-  able."  Bwrie is a. daring author. Uf has  taken liberties with an old custom,  the custom of exalting the hor'i  throughout. Instead, therefor* of  doing what wc have been trained l.o  expect, this author has made lb':  character of Tommy a. very human  one. with mere falling!- Indeed than  one man can gracefully' carry; and  ���������whea we find ourselves liking him at  all. It Is (we explain apologetically)  for the sake of Grlzel, to whom he i������  all.    The book is    a   charming  Montreal, Nov. fi.���������The following  telegraphic advices wore received by  the Conservative organization in this  city-today:  "St. John. N.B., Nov. G.���������Advices  from Prince Edward Island and Now  Brunswick point to a substantial majority for tho Liberal Conservative  party.  (Signed) GEO.   FOSTER.  "Valleyfield. -Nov.   0.���������Unless     the  Grit machine works hard  against us.  we will take 30 counties in Quebec.  '      (Signed)     J. G. II. BERGERON."  Bad Rock, C. B.. Nov. C.���������You can  rely upon a majority of 20 Troiu the  maritime provinces and victory all  along the line. Leaving for tho West  in   the  morning.  (Signed) CHARLES TUPPER.  "Victoria, B.C., Nov. t>.���������Am confident of carrying Victoria. W. Yale.  Cariboo and Burrard. Dewdney's  chances ih. New Westminster are  sple'udiiily~ah"aT-Wrolle>"_th6ugirilniT'���������iff  the  field   is 'a'certain  winner.  (Signed) G.   PRIOR."!  Car of Canned Goods, in-  clwliny. Bowlby's Tomatoes,  Tens, Corn. Beans, Strawberries. Peaches. Pears,   etc.  Car of Raisins, Currants,  Peel, Spices, etc., and a consignment of Spanish   Onions.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Car of Apples expected  daily. The prices of tlie above  goods are being qnou'd very  low. Ranchers hiving in their  fall supplies will do well to  get our price list..  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton* Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  eed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  Is the leading newspaper of  the great mining districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  tha latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  in authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unqueaUon-  mble information. It enjoys  a large 'circulation and Is eon-"'  seqaently unequalled as tot  advertising ' medium In :, the  field ln which lt Is pnWUhoA.  Saddle and   Pack  Horses Always  for Hire.  Freighting and  Teaming a  Specialty.  NEWFOUNDLAND   FLECTIONS  St. John's Nov. T.���������The mo.-it strenuous political campaign that lias  ever taken place in Newfoundland  closed today and tomorrow the general election will be held. The contest is considered the most important  aud farreaching in the history of the  colony. On the one side are arrayed  all tho forces that cau be marshalled  by thu government of tl������* day, led by  Premier Bond and Mr. Morris, while  opposed to them aro the tremendous inlluences wielded by the multimillionaire, R. O. Held. mor������ popularly known as "The Czar of Newfoundland." Tht> international ira-  jtortano'.' of the- contnst Is found in  thu fact that thi- government, leader,  Kob'-rt Bond, Is making tin- issiu? the  legislation of a treaty of reciprocity  with the United Stated on the same  lines as tbe old proposed Bond-  Bl.'iiiifi treaty, while his opponent. A.  B. Morinn. whose interests are allied  with those of Mr. Reid. opposes any  closer relations with thc United  State* and is understood to favor the  annexation of Newfoundland to the  dominion of Canada.  Some  Sideviews of the  Election Campaign  Sly Tenderfoot  Then.'   Is   a  humorous   aide   of   the  serious question or sending representatives to Ottawa.    Tho great search  , light   of  public   scrutiny   casts   in   its  onr'. | Kivcepintf passage many sidf lights of  Interesting from   tho  very Ilrst page.  Was  thL-re  if"  is  ill  elect!  nn   J  ifa  the  '.���������stenl  ovor  to.   Ol  ii y?  i I'arlez-voii!-'  ���������a D'.'.'ii-s  Everybody  fiow.  glad  any-  "Wfcnt  r. tt  <x>uDtrynrc-n!"  was  jny  And- now we can elvc politics a nut  And net down to bu?in<-ss.  n more or Tpss amusing character  The varied dispositions) of men aro  also well cxpohutl durinic such a time  as lhat through which we have just  passec.  Tbe   writer  of   this   arrirle    nt   ihe  outset wishes  to state that, anything  said   here  Is   to   be   taken   generally  I no!   particularly  as a personal  refcr-  I enco.  I The flrst and clearly most amusing  ' phase of life which Is brought to tho  ; j"ront Is the way candidiases will  i speak ln such different'words before  ��������� and after -an election. A would-b**  ! Xt.V. cannot, or- a' rifl������\ say too much  CALGARY  IMPERIAL %r\Mx  OF CANADA  Head Oflice. Toronto.  Capital  Authorized,    ���������    J2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up, S2,45S,������03.00  Rost. SI,700,000.00  DIRECTORS:  H.  S.   Howland,  President  T.R.Merrttt,Vice-Prea,   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jailray  Hugh   Ryan,   T  Sutherland,   Stayacr  0 Ellas Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  "    Brandon.     Calgary,      Kdaaonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portago la Prairie  Prlnco       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: .   ,  Essex, Fergus, Gait, . Ingeraoll,  Listowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Celborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, 8t. Catherines, St.Thoma������,  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 , Ualted States,  Europe, India, China Japan Australia, New Zealand etc  Gold   purchased.  This  bank iseues Special ^Receipts  which will be accounted for at jwy  of  tho Hudson's  Bay Co's Pttsts  la  the Tukon and Northern districts.  A. ft. B. HE ARK.  &���������  Manager Itevclstoke BraacK.  Daily Stajce leaves Thomson's Landing every.morning at .   oclock  for Trout Lake Citv.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HIllLM'AN, Thomson'sLandino  ably furnished with .the choicest  the market alfords. Best Wines.  Liquors and Cigars. Large, light  bedrooms. Kates    $1    a   day.  Monthly rate.  JJI  PACIFIC  AM) SOO LINE.  STILL CONTINUES TO OP-  ERATE FIRST-CLASS  SLEEPERS ON ALL  TRAINS FROM REVELSTOKE AND KOOTENAY  LANDING  .Also Tourist Curs passing  'Dnnmore Junction, Daily for  St. Paul, Saturdays for Mon  treal and Boston, Mondays  and Thursdays for Toronto.  Same cars pass Kovelstokc one  day earlier.  jNro trouble to quote rates  and give you a pointer regarding the Eastern Trip you  contemplate taking.  Fall and Winter Schedule now Effective  Kor Time-tables. Katec, and full information call on or address nearest  local agent, or  T. A. BRAOSHAW, Agent. Revelstoke  W- F. ANDERSON B. P. COYLC  T.P.A. *.CT.P.A.    "  NelSM. B, C, VlMMW, B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymari.  I>r&������to������ aod dollvery work a atrial-  ty. Team* always ready oa ahorUat  ooUmm.   ��������� CJontnutB for |nt>Wn������ takaitf-  LJ'J-UJ ������������������   I  _   V I.'  REVELSTOKE  lip WORKS  Blacksmithing,   Jobbing,,  Plumbing,  Pipe Fitting,  Tinsmithing.   Shoot Iron  Work,    Machinery    .Repaired.  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  liOBT. GORDON  Rovolfitnlio.  Undertaking and Embalming  R Howsoa & Co,,  aUhCKUUX  LVT..   ���������  Heat! Dealers ia Tmraitar*.  Subscription $2,00- Per flnniim  $1.25 For Six Months,  StriBtly in Htance.  It takes a foremost piace In  the race for prominence and  popularity' with business  houses and as a consequence  - does more - business with  those..requrlng printed ..statl-  onery and, office aupplleathan  meat ln Eastern British Col  umbia. . The class ef  turned out has been pronounced equal to any thins of the  klad.:executed 'In the luge  cities by much.- larger ���������, print-  -ertaa. "   > '' !' '., -,,;>'  I  any other printing   establish-  Job Printing Department  la equipped .with the latest.  'Caces In type'designs and all  work entrusted to The Herald ���������  la v handled by erprlencad  workmen who thoroughly understand the proper use of the  material " at.>their dlapaeO.  The Herald does niot ctyita'jtb;  be the only pitting'bb������a������|ta''  tito district "but It does  to be '��������� '��������� i'    '���������  ���������'*,  i  fhoroJghlu Up-To-Date Id  Every-Particular; ,  And ln a position to glre aa  good value tor the money expended, either for advertising  spac'o In Its publication or  for .Job printing,, as can be  given by any other house of  the kind ln BriUsh Golumbla.  Write for, estimates and'sam  ples   of; printing. '��������� All . wort  'turned our promptly .and^satisfactorily.    One p'rloe to alL.  No' Job can be too large or  too small for   The rtHerald's"  consideration.    Special attain  .tion given Jo orders byniidL.  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS : Tuesdays and Fridays.  a*&m  *-iJ-  MS -)���������>"'  l&  W  ���������V:-:.  I'Vy  m  u*  A BIG CATTLE SHOW.  ALL BREEDS To"HAVE RECOGNITION  'AT,THE'BUFFALO EXPOSITION. "  A Bnlldixic to Be Devoted to Exklb-  Ua at Datrr, Appliances, Methods  ana Prodaet*���������Mlllc In All Its Cob-  cnereinl Para*. '���������  It is expected that the live stock,  poultry aud pet stock exhibits at the  Fan-American' Exposition' next year  all told will include about 25,000 individuals. Beginning the latter part of  August,.'Superintendent'Frank A. Converse lias arranged for a special cattle  show, to continue two weeks. The 16  or17 breeds;recognized in this country  und Canada, including beet and dairy  cattle, will have a place In this division.  Tho classification of-beef animals includes, the Shorthorns, Ilercfords. Aberdeen-Angus, Galloways, Devous aud  Polled Durliauis: 'Tlio National Live  Stock,'5 Sliorthoni,: Hereford and Galloway associations will endeavor to make  exhibits excelling ininterest any that  they liiive heretofore brought together.  Thc/cn'-oporation" of these grent associations gives sti-ong assurances of an  unqualified success in this feature of  the show. The National Live Stock association expects ;to make n very Instructive exhibit, .showing the character of animals upon the ranches many  years ago along with those ot tho present day. Illustrating the remarkable results of scientific breeding.  The dairy associations are putting  forth a special effort to be represented  at the Exposition by their best animals',  and Individual exhibitors are preparing  to conic 'In.considerable 'numbers with  specimens of veiy fine dairy stock.  The displays of dairy breeds will in-  | elude .Jersey, Ilolstein.Ayrshire, Guernsey, Brown Swiss. Red Polled, French  Canadian .and Dutelv Bolted cattle.  Liberal prizes are to be'nwarded by. the  Exposition for the best animals of the  several breeds.Those ..attractive purses  arc certain to bring out a line selection  of;animals.  ..-  So important are tlie dairy interests  of the Americas that .a largo building  will be devoted "exclusively to thetn tat  Buffalo. The building" will'be equipped  with a.complete refrigerating outfit, so  that fresh , exhibits, may be shown  throughout the '.continuance', of 'the; Exposition. The many ins and outs of  dairy, management will be Illustrated  by means of models of 'stable appurte:  nances, ties, water .buckets, mangers  and appliances of all kinds. Particular  attention "will.be given to the proper  manipulation of dairy products.  In this connection will be shown all  sorts of churns, 'separators, vats, bot-  POULTRY AND PET STOCK.  Hnnaotb Display st Faatfeered ������������-  vortlea to He IH������ae,a.t Bnffalo.'  There are some 4R national associations interested in poultry raising In  the United States. The Live Slack division of the 'Fail-American Exposition,  of which Frank A. Converse is superintendent, is In correspondence with all  of these, and a mus-t cordi.il co-operative spirit is shown'.on the part of every one toward making llie poultry and  pet stock show of this Kxposition the  greatest, of the kind ever held. The  displays of poultry will comprise about  100 breeds.. To these will be added six  breeds of turkeys, 11 breeds of ducks  and nine breeds of geese.  As an evidence of their interest in  the coming show many of the associations have volunteered to duplicate the  prizes ofTered by the Exposition. It is  also proposed by the associations to do  all iirtheirpowei' to boom this feature  of the Pan-American Exposition at the  winter poultry shows to bo held hi Boston, New York, Philadelphia and other  cities. It :ls...estimated that not less  llian 75 per cent of the poultry associations will offer special prizes.  An Important feature of the Pet Stock  Show will be the exhibit of Belgian  hares. The classification, however,  covers nil kinds of pet stock. The Belgian hares are being extensively, raised  in various parts of the country on account of the value of their meat: The  fine stock in these animals brings a  very high price, and the demand Is surprisingly great. The Belgiau bare is  much heavier than tbo common rabbit,  weighing some seven or eight pounds  and quite a different animal. Us flesh  is described as a cross between venison  and '.mutton nnd is highly prized. In European .countries for food. It breeds  rapidly and feeds upon such simple  and cheap foods as carrots,* white oats,  lettuce, clover and tender green food of  many kinds, lt does not burrow and Is  very tame. Children are very fond of  them ns.pols^ ,      .        ,     -   .  Aside'from their value for food, their  fur is' in demand for making One felt,  i'nis will be the- flrst noteworthy exhibit of these animals In Americaianri  will afford," an opportunity for-every  oueto gain'useful knowledse concerning them   ���������THE-STADIUM.  . Miicnfflcent Arena   For .the  Display  of; Live Stot-U "and For, Sports.  While the Stadium at the Pan-American Exposition was designed primarily  for athletic :and sporting events, it is  intended also for the parade aud Iudg-  iug of live stock and Cor the exhibition  of farm and road machinery, traction  englnes/automobilcs and other vehicles  A I.  I, FAi^T PTlODUOTa-  ��������� SPLcNDID EiXHI5!.T,TO SE MADE* AT  BUFFALO'S GREAT EXPOSITION.  Oi>iwirl������nlli<*  llu*    S.uily  'y.::������y Jfiijii*  ', ii.jU'iun-.i.-. nt" :.  i.i';.   degree, of tr' '  .r.;.i c":!. ;��������� ~' ��������� !'..  ICMiiialtitil.    Willi li  the looi.-.lep-i of hi  . V. !M ill- oirus-cd I'"or  ���������if Olijur'i ...rnmum la  ���������lat-.i  Aria and Sciences.  ii'-.i, l'l'.iiresentiug evil, are fast biingii,^  .:: :". i 'un-America n  slnill next year turn  ill' tin: uation toward  Buffalo. Never was tin Exposition  projected amid such promising and favorable- surroundings and conditions  With the'bust known natural wonder  of thiv world���������tin.- stupendous iind. majestic falls of Niagara���������w'thiu half an  hour's ride of'the Exposition grounds  aud the greatest electric power plains  in the world using the power of these  famous'cataracts.-'truly magnets of ir-  ie*i^tiliie force, to help draw the  cro'.'d:. from all directions, Buffalo  lool.fi to an nupamlleled success In  next year's cuteiprise.  In six important particulars the Pan-  American Kxpositiou will outrival all  former tuuli'itnl.iugs of this descrip  tion. .These are in the electrical of  1'ect.s, iu '.the hydraulic and foumaln  elVects. In horticultural and floral dee  orations. Iii.the variety ami.wmS-vI"!' ������������������'  _ In tubers and root crops will, be dm-  plays^jof : beets, turnips, carrots, pen-  nuts,, potatoes, sugar beets, parsnips,  onions, etc. In October a special potato, display will be made showing the  products of many states In comparison  with one another. Fnrmers who nre  Interested in tbe production of suga?  beets will have nn invaluable opportunity to learn about the wonderful development of .'."this' particular , vegetable. A special display will be madc-of  sugar beets, showing all varieties and  making clear to every one the conditions under which they thrive best, Including both soil and atmosphere. The  necessity of abundant sunshine.in the  maturing of sugar beets and the ah  A FINE HORSE SHOW  PLANNED TO PLEASE THE VISITORS  TO THE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION  A   horse   show' of  tho  fashionable' the  wisdom  of producing a  type of  view of producing large standard bred  horses with tho most admirable results.  Another feature will .be an exhibit  of horses adapted for cavalry purposes.  The extraordinary demand for cavalry  horses within the last few years has  brought  to  the  attention of  breeders  bind, with- all the embellishments  that fashionablo society can bestow  upon it, will bo one of the features  of the Pan-American exposiiou at  Buffalo next year.  It  is  planned   upon   the  linos  observed   in   theeo  well   known   society  events of a like nature held annually  sence of It at' the proper season have in Madlbon sauare garden. New York  been the causes of serious loss and dis- , eity. Metropolitan society Is rcgular-  couragement to growers. liy thrown into a flurry of excitement  The value of various byproducts for as the time' approaches each season  food for live stock will he shown in ex- for these picturesque events; and- the  hibits of gluten meal, linseed meal, cot- great garden takes on a fesivc air  -0���������oe*���������':a:\bominy m������"1 aml otUer,that is not rivalled again throughout  tho  year.  prepared foods.  The display of grasses and forage j  will Include all varieties, the purpose I  being to show the ones bust adapted  for farm uses with reference to particular soils and conditions. The proper  mixture of seed for permanent pastures, meadows, lawns, etc.,. will be ex- !  plained. !  The display of vegetable fibers will  include  flax, jute,   hemp,  cotton   nnd   bred   animals  Soclcy then / shines resplendent.  Popular conversation is upon the  compartive merits of favorite; ani-  malB. The dccor.^jns of the person  and of the .building and the attire of  devotees suggest the .horse.: The  newspapers talk horse and the whole  metropolis pays homage to  the high  STADIUM A.T THE PAN-AMEKICAN  EX  ties, butter workers, cans, creamers,  apparatus for-sterllizing aiid pasteurising and vessels for setting and shipping milk. An exhibit will be made  with special reference to the sanitary  and hygienic management of 'the anl-  "mals themselves."the stables which  they occupy and the buildings in which [  the milk-and cream are cared for. It  has been found that nearly all diseases to which dairy cattle are subject  can be avoided by cleanliness and proper management. The germ theory of  the transmission of disease, has had a  revolutionary effect in dairy management and'thc. Importance of the observance of hygienic rules will be  graphically portrayed. Thc ventilation  of dairy buildings, having due regard  for the comfort and health of the animals, has been -.developed upon scientific lines, and present knowledge upon  this feature" of-dairy construction will  .be shown by means of proper models.  The exhibit .of dairy, products will In-'  clude.milk and cream; in-'all their commercial forms. ��������� embracing, pasteurized,  sterilizediand condensed, milk,, butter  r-  ;a.  ill  miotic  Land many ,varleties:6f'cheese.  America has'never produced-a dte-  -tlnctive'brecd of beef or.dairy animals,,  but scientific breeding has'so Improved  upon thc Imported stock that It Is said-'  tbe American product would hardly be!  recognized In'the land of Its origin.  .The effort will be made at this-Exposition to bring to-the, attention of stock  gtowcrs.;. dairymen ' and- unscientific  breeders of beef, and dairy cattle the  advantages to be derived from tbe possession, of ehoieei" ������tid:]in6ro'��������� efficient  'breeds.       " "  It is said1 that ,)i:iM' Hi.- dairymen In  the United Stati''* nr.e riillling rows  with no profit t<> their vwiicr;:,, while It  Is possible for well iji������-:l /���������tut C; whose,  tiillk.'ls marketed i'i <���������(":( um: pi'h'i's'.-to'  yield a'profit of rioxx : i r'.'iiiiir.in. This  lesson iu proflt'iiml I'���������,. em-cei'iii every  'uiic who devoti'.. any i.nii of Ills time  to dairy work  ���������The Jiiilirhig !���������! I'liMt  In Vise Siililll'.l'i.  ii''"'ii  Or-;U  :.'K  n ever  liich to;  he lii"itti,W( 'I nnd  lll.niiii   pi*;.<f^iw,  "In  id'  r.:l!i*li-'.  iii-i-i'ii'i"  tic. a ui I  l);'Hi: :h!ii  '.vi'Mli'Sii'i  l<  ni-  lM.'l   l-l"  r.H'il fi't  t.f Mil' l������  itl-'-t-./i'V.'.iT.''  ���������./iTiv.-.T^i'ti!';  will take place  ;i>" honor* will  ���������i" .in itiiilii'iioe of  ���������' trr-iv tht"-i> for-  ���������-.���������': liMlfdiugM will  ��������� i'i;<ii I.O'iO eat-  .���������'��������� ���������;> ���������- upitii plans  v'i''t'i\'.i'v and con-  .;'    i-.'t ("���������I'd'.men.  ���������' \  ���������.  i'.-.sMrr.  ������������������)   '.'-"I'.ulu.  '   ^ ��������� ii inhibits  :.. . .���������������.���������!ii.u "will  ,,- i -.   -. iif. cii'iice  'l'.'    ~''ll    tlliKlll'X.  ���������   i   ������������������'.liiAv'.tUeV  In motion.   It '  icent: arena' e\  The seating ca  contain a qua..  daut space for at. .  games and sport ���������.  It is said that ru e.\liil  had such .u splendid uieiia in  make displays of lue stock, uiaehiuery  or vehicles.  ��������� The architectural "adornment of the  Stadium Is-very simple and beautiful,  giving it an aspect of uiassivenesis and  durability. The arrangement is that of  a vast amphitheater, the st>ats being  under eo\er and affording comfort to  the spectators. The'innin entrance of  the Stadium is a large building whose  upper floors will be used for restaurant  purposes. This building is '-Ml feet long ,  by .!>2 feet wide, with towers 104 feet  high. The .architecture is very picturesque and appropriate for the use I'or  whicli it Is intended.  The style Is,that1 of the Spanish lie-,  nuissauce lu conformity with the general character of* Exposition buildings.  The'lower story is an arcaded arrange-  -uiuut, 'aud-the-red���������tlle_roof_has_broad/:  eaves. Bright colors will be'used in'the'  further decoration.of the. building, aud  the old,Spanish to'wers give it a finished heauty and make tt one of the most  prominent features of the Exposition.  "'The' Stacllum is on the east side of the  Plaza, opposite the Midway. It is uear  the great northern entrance to the Exposition, adjacent" to "tbe steam nud  trolley'railway stations."- The Athletic  Carnival to be held'In the Stadium'Is  Intended to be one of the most important ever held --in America. ' It- will  bring'together" many of tbe most famous specialists in the world, who will  entertuiu the Exposition visitors wilh  their fj;ats of.'strength; nklll and .endup-  'aiVoe. The'Stadium', resembles the one  built at Athens a few.yearn ago and. Is  Intended as a model of what It Is hoped  pome <Ji>y, uiny be executed "In'perma-  noiSMoi'nis'iy \  ,rrr ���������^r*  Ai>pIe.OroyTcr������. Mnch Interrttcd.  Mlssourliipplesiare to have a proml-  . neat place at the Pan-American Exposition. Apple.growers In many state*  are making plans to be well reprt'Sent-  t'd. By means.of bold storage arrangements it is hoped to have a continuous  ^.and complete' displny of fruits throiigh-  otit;4;he Exposition season.  Dliuplay of lrriication; Metliod*.  The advance of knowledge upon tho  subject of liTigation'tiusi'prompted the  management of'tbo-Pan-American Ex-  po^tlon.to provide fornn adequate e'e-  'dibit showing methods of lrric.'iti"ti  and v*rious;tools and suDDlier:.  its siatuary. in color decorations" and  iu the - court settings. Tho highest  skill,-has been employed in;developing'  these features, and no pains will be  spared to bring them to a degree of  perfection never before achieved.,  A  large number of the most noted  sculptors of America are engaged upon  the models, for; the magnificent decorative    display    of    original-   sculpture.  About 125 groups of statuary will be  employed   In   the   ornamentation   of  buildings, and"-grounds,   aside   from  numberless small, sculptures,  such  as  hoadi,   floral  pieces,   medallions,   arabesques and  work in relief upon all  buildingslandra'rchitectural 'works.  Among tlie 20 or more groat build-  lgs which will shelter the multitude  f exhibits to be brought together, for  ie entertainment and education of the  nblic next year the Agriculture build-  ag ranks among the largest.    This is  ituated on the north side of the Mall,  pposite   the   Manufactures   building  ud east of the huge Electric Tower,  ' 'hlch is to be the centerpiece of elec-  :ic illumination.  The Agriculture building is 300 feet  nig by 130 wide. It is very ornainent-  '. in its exterior aspect, having broad.  ��������� igh entrances richly adorned with appropriate plastic work. The southern  ���������lac '" Ii characterized,by,an open loggia "h forms an attractive resting  plnci promenade  from   whicli   the  crowds upon the Mall may be observed.  The roof of red tile,' with broad overhanging eaves, wiii harmonize with lhe  softer tints of the exterior walls The  broad cornice is to be particularly rich  in its decorative detail.  The exhibit in tbe Agriculture building will embrace every possible phase  of agricultural work, showing the advantages of different processes and  methods of work and the products of  the garden and field iu their great 'variety, produced under all sorts of conditions.  The superintendent of this division is  Mr. Frank A., Converse of Woodville.  N. Y., a stock grower and farmer of  thorough . experience in Exposition  work, who has been prominent in farm-  era* institute work on behalf of thc  New York state department of agriculture. Mr. Converse is receiving the cooperation of many prominent associations and Individuals, and - his corre-  . spondence.at this early date indicates a  -most comprehensive exhibit of scientific farming in all its branches.  -^,;:Ijnder-ithe~-classification -of^agrlcul-J  tural systems will, be shown methods  of- fertilization," "including the use of  cover crops,-1- "cbinmerclal fertilizers,"  crop rotation, systems of soiling, with  bulletins, statistics, addresses and exhibitions of crops raised by the use of  particular fertilizers. , - -  Under the classification Of'farm management and processes the-different  systems will be .illustrated-with-the  view of assisting farmers to determine  whether it Is best to keep a variety  of "stock or a, particular breed and, if  but one kind, wljch shall be.fdvored."  The questlou of farm help.and. the  diffei^nt specialties' in tlie ' way of  fruit, grain and truck farming will he  ! treated exhaustively. The experience  of a large number'of/.farmers under  many, conditions- of' the soil, climate,-  etc.. will bei brought together for- th'e  Information of all who wish to learn.  Under the 'classification /of...' agricultural statistics \frJU,be'"prcsented're-^  ports ;from.different states and prpy-.  4 Inoee-leaned by the departm*^nt������of ag-;  rieulturej;. experimental stations, ���������.varl*-  qua horticultural, live stock and dairying associations, showing the aggregate of crops and products of allkinds.  Under the head of-cereals will be exhibits from different states and localities, wheat, rye, oats, barley, corn,  buckwheat and rice. The exhibits will  be- arranged to prove which crop Is  best fitted for each state or locality.  These exhibits will show' the many  varieties of cereals In-their -highest  ������������������ar* of: development  their dittereut ..ioducts. The dTiers oi  .iinruai origin���������..;wiii:inciuae.urara, naK,  .wool, silk and the processes of preparing tnem tor mariset.  Among the noiedible products of animal origin xo "oo exhibited are glue, gelatin, stearin, wax. candles, bone and  horn products,, fertilizcrs.-etc,  whose proud pedigrees become as familiar as the biographies of statesmen  at election time.  It Is expected to make the great  horse show to be held In the fall of  next year at lhis Exposition quite as  spectacular  and   interesting  as  those  Tho'n"rest^:of7ertiiiKers"is always; *��������������� J^^^.lJi..1 .^11.!*���������'!.!!!!'  an important one to those who seek to  obtain tlie best results from the soil. In  thc treatment of this subject the. Division of Agriculture will 'endeavor to  show the relative-value of the natural  fertilizers, botli crude and compounded.-  It will bring to thc information of all  the sources and Value of nitrogen coin-  ' pounds, guano, offal, piiosphatic recks,  potash, nitrates, eti".'  As u sort of catch all'for many things  impossible to classify satisfactorily the  superintendent has set apart a separate class. M.vkk Benkitt.  GREAT FOOD EXHIBIT.  A Comprelieniil-vc Display From Puu.  'Arnerlc'un Countries ut'.Buffalo.  In the division of Foods and their  accessories au exhibit will be made  at the Pan-American Exposition at  Ituffalo of a most comprehensive character and-covering one-quarter of the  large area of the Manufactures and  Liberal Arts building.  - The division will bring to the attec-.  tion of the consumers and tradesman  the food resources of Pan-America,  showing them that the countries of the  western hemisphere produce, and are  capable of producing iu quantities sufli-  cient for all demands, a grent variety  of foods that are now imported from  tlie islands and countries of the fat-  East.  It Is hoped thus greatly to stimulate  Pan-American trade. The division will  present a collection of food products  and-their accessories in such'a way  as to challenge the interest of every  inquiring visitor, and he will be offered  Valuable instruction -upon the nature,  origin and use of tlie various foods.  One group will relate"to literature  and statistics of food, live plants, vines  and trees from"all parts of the western  world-and miscellaneous specimens of  trunks, limbs, leaves, seedd, grasses,  and grains.     ' ,-".', "\.'   i'     .,  ���������. Uuder another.-will be exhibited such  products ns coffees, teas, cocoas, choc-  olates.    kola . and,- -their .substitutes.  the finest bred animals of the Ameri  cas will be broucht together to compete for honors and tho favor of '���������'  pnbllc.  Tho '. show - will ' bo    !n'l>"  Stadium,   which   is   tn   lv  show place of the Exun-'  seats for more than 10.ni;  n.quarter of a mile'iii "!  - While  a general   dis..;.:-  will be made at this shuw. . :  interest will be the niiininis luia,.  the uses of fashionable sneiety. ni'c .  saddle horses and ponies, tandem driers, hunters, jumpers, polo ponies, cor.  pe   and   coach   horses,   four-in-hands,  trotters and runners.    The show will  include   many   costly   equipages   aud  novel turnouts that are used with the  finely    bred    animals    that    will    be  brought forward to delight the public  eye.      -t  Superintendent F. A. Converse of the  Live:Stock division: lias': planned to ac-  animals having the qualities that the  cavalry service requires.' Not only has  the demand been very large for the  TJnlted States army, but foreign buyers have frequented the American  markets and purchased many animals  for the armies of other countries. Several large breeding establishments an1  already turning their attention to tlu-  raising of cavalry horses. With the  grout number ..of horses that ��������� will. he  brought together at the Pan-American  Exposition the visitor will have an  opportunity seldom equaled to make a  particular study of this line of breeding.  Superintendent Converse Is in correspondence with the entire '2S". Nn  tlonnl Associations whose members are  engaged In sheep breeding and wool  .rowing. He reports that every asso  iation, without..exception,' is much in-  i'erested' In the Pan-American Exposition and that it will contribute exhibits to the show which will tnt%>>  place in September.  A strong feature of the sheep exhibit will bo in the middle wool clas-.  ln which mutton is the first consider;)  tion and wool secondary. This class  includes Shropshlres. Oxfords. South-  downs and llko breeds. The exhibits  of theso breeds will be exceptionally  large. The. classification of sheep'includes some 14 breeds. Some of them  are new to America.'such'as Tunis.  Suffolk* and the .Highland Rlack Faci-  These new breeds'.will lie particularly  interesting on account of their novelty  The Highland Black Face Is a well  known breed in 'Scotland, but in America there are comparatively few '.Hocks,  Wool growing is carried on in nearly  every part of the United States.' the  business beln,; parliciilarlyailapted to  rough and -'mountainous districts where  the steep hillsides and mountain pastures can be utilized. The: exhibit: of  sheep will tlierelme come from nearly  every state iu the -Union and will in-  elude a bout l.fitio olM lie. finest bred animals. The exhibits of imported sh<:ep  will l.e inaile only liy American breed  its. the������������������ rules"riTi'uirliig that the 'stock  -!':'.!1 h ne i  i'i  ls"**:������������ r- .'! I ". -t ���������' '  spices.-, aromatlcs, mustards, olives,  vinegani and other condiments,,herbs,  hops,. essential oils and flavoring - extracts. An interesting collectlon'of confectionery and sweets. Including the  sugar cane, beet, sorghum, maple,  grape, palm, etc., honey and glucose,  ���������will be exhibited. Preserves and.kin-  died products.will be shown'under another group and nuts and dried fruits  and vegetables.' etc.', under another.  Prepared cereals, breads, and crackers.  Indian > corn us food for the table,  -macaroni ��������� and preparations of paste  nnd lenvcnlug preparations will constitute still another Interesting group.  Mineral   waters nnd  beverages,  both  coinWd7teY.000Tiors^'in"threxhibIt ! tlluil' bll,co" i;������'������������������"--|ii3 qualities     it  of American bred animals.   The breeds i expected that, not le,.-. than  1...00 a  th������>t will be recognized arc Standard-  bred, Thoroughbred, French coach,  French trotters! Cleveland bay, Oldenburg, etc.. Pelgian, Elackney. Morgan,  Arabs. Perchoron. Clydesdale, English  shire, .French diaft, Suffolk, Punch,  Shetland poiiick. .Tacks and Jennets.  This will be the occasion for bringing  together the finest animals bred on the  western continent. While the trolley  car and the automobile have relieved  the horse of much of his drudgery, ho  continues to occupy a distinctive field  of work in the geueiul economy. The  tendency of the times, too, is to produce better animals.  The cheap eai horse has to a large  extent gone,out. and scientific breed-  |i:,.s-*-ession of e.\  .. - before the dale  ���������-���������<"������������������ ��������� ���������-, be made in  "inber will  In  i    12   breeds.  I '.'.-.��������� new  breeds  ��������� .> Icii.k and Tain-  .'���������i stock it. bred  ���������' >. lint is prse-  ������������������.������������������> Slates.  ��������� ���������:;:e;isive  -ely   to the  ���������   prolitnblc  It   !=; i";:'.r-  i.i , .-  '.villi eheeie  ; -i .iruishitm an  ecu: - ���������   .   '.il for swine.  A   -.pi < '..il   be   made  of  breed:. i'.i':'....i"'I :'. i tl"' priidilction of  bac-.ni Tii'- ~ '���������:���������": of "iattening lions  lean" is the one tlii'.L swine ni\.i%vcrs are  striving to learn, .-mil,this exhibit win  | be   indited   with   MieiiaJ   rei'eieucc   to  is  ui-  malt. will  be slimvn  iu  the exhibit of  swine. i Malik liussni.  FOR THE GRANGERS.  A nendunurtcTii For I'ntronn ot UnB-  -banilry'nt  tlnv.'HulTiilo: Exposition.  The Executive Committee,of the N'ew  York State Grange visited Buffalo recently to make such arrangements as  might bo possible for a Headquarter.--  for the Order.upon the Pan-American  Exposition Grounds, the N'ew York  Slate Grange feeling itself to be occupying in a Pleasure the position of host  toward tlie members.of the Grange  throughout the United -States who  might visit the Exposition.    In add I  .. GEAPHIO ARTS. FOIOiSTRY pA.VI>.'MINEST.UILO-  .NGS, PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  Ing la replacing' the common stucn  with^horses of higher IntttUlgciirc and  efficiency.; The experience of many  breeders during the Introduction, of. the  trolley car and the flooding of .tju^junr-'  alcoholic and nonalcoholic, preserved, ket with cheap horses wasTfrscourng-  and packed meats, pnd.sea food, gel*;, Ing. and, n large manlier turned their  tin'.preparations','iind even '.-.machinery'" attention to other .Hues-of work,  uscdjn food preparation processes will The sltuatlonfhowever. Ih consiilera-  be displayed. The food exhibit Is un- bly improved.' and prices are again  der-tbe supervision of Mr. G. Edward more nearly what they should he. The  Fuller nn.expert of. worldwide repu- Interest In breeding is regulated liy the  tdtlon ln tills line of work., who has pecuniary reward; nnd. the Improved  traveled ��������� around tbe world'and into demand!lends a new attractiveness to  thnny of .Its rfemote'epjeners in search .the breeding and training of horses.  of 'information : upon tbe subject'"of sThe demand for horses in cities contin-  foods. ,\ ���������'        fines brisk, particularly for draft ani  mals such as tlio Clydesdale and the  Percheron, and for gentlemen's driving  Clerk  Looks more attractive'than housewoih  for a woman, but it ia also even more  exhausting. The work is often done  under high pressure, and the brightness  of the eyes and the������.  flushed cheeks of  the attentive clerk  Indicate nervousness rather than  health. If this is  true under most  favorable ' conditions, what shall be  said of those. who  suffer from womanly diseases,and who  endure  headache,  backache, and  other   pains   day  after day?  No  sick  woman  should neglect the  means of cure for  womanly    diseases  ofTered   in    Doclor  Pierce's   Favorite  Prescription.     It  regulates the peri  ods, dries cnfechl  iu^    drains,   heals  itiiiiiiuniation    and  ulceration,    and  cures female weakness.    It makes weak  women strong mid sick wonien well.  iA heart ovcTtlo'.rim; %vith gratitude,' ns well  . as n scnK' of duty, uri;e-* me lo write to you nu-d  tell you of my womivi ftif recovery," says MtS5  Corihne C. Hook, Omi^cbur^. Oran^ehurj: Co.,  Soiilll Carolina. "Ity tile use of Dr. Pierce'*  l-*avorite Prc-criyHion I am entirely a new bein^  eompartxi wilh Uie poor miserable sufferer who  wrote you four month- ai;o.; I remark lo my  parenlA ntmost e\-en- day that it seems almost  nn impassibility for mtV.icinc to do a |>erson -**o  mueh cooii. Diirim; iliv whole summer I coukl  scarcely keep up lo w.illc aluui the house, and  yesterday I walked four mile* iitid felt better  from the exercise. I now wciith 125 pounds.  Mine was a complicated,ca.se of female disease  iu its worst form.���������  Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cute  biliousness.  ^nD               K**!/ A*"  ���������C^J^X^j  ^^gE  r  a  rf^^Swk  p^JHBk  HIS GOOD FORTUNE  Pat Burns Secures Control of One of  the Richest Copper Mines on tht  American Continent.  Nelson   Miner:       Some   years   ago  when  Patrick  Burns  was just  beginning  to gain  hi3  reputation    as  the  "Cattle  King  cf   the-West"     he   assisted   a  young  English   mining   expert and engineer who was in financial or other difficulties.    The young  man   was  grateful   and   always   made  it a point to keep in touch with Mr.  Burns in tne hope that some-day he  mi h\ he able  to  repay him  for the  fa^ 4&K,">wn.    But  as  time  went  on  the ~���������1m* ^hman drifted to other parts  and lor a few years Mr. Burns.heard  nothing  of ;him-    Less   than   a  year  ago,'liowever, a letter came from the  mining engineer.    He had  located  In  Mexico   and   said   he * had   discovered  some very rich copper  deposits.    He  had not the funds to develop the property  and   he  was   anxious "that  Mr.  Burns should take hold of it, because; "  as he expressed it. there was millions  in it.   Mr. Bums had enough faith in  his friend  to send  a man    down    to  look at the property.   This man,came .  back  with  a confirmation  of the. report  of  the   Englishman.    Then   Mr.  Burns consulted with Bruce White of  Nelson,   and -.the   conference  resulted  in Mr. White's departure for Mexico.  When Mr. White  left  Nelson  he did  not say where he ��������� was going and so  far as the newspapers were-concern-  ed  they never" knew���������until, now., Mr. .  White went directly  to' the  pro'perty  and   examined   it. -    Everyone     who  knows Brnce White knows him to be  one of the most conseravtive mining  men   in  British   Columbia  and   when  he came hack and told his associate.  Mr.  Burns, that t1 e Mexico  property  was a wonder.Mr.Burns was sure the  Englishman   had   not   over estimated  hia find.    When a man gets hold of  a good   thing he   generally   likes    to  see it for himself, and so Mr. Burns  decided to pay a visit to Mexico.    He  did so and has only returned recently.  He  didn't  go  to-confirm-Mr.White's  report, - for  he .knew ��������� that  was  right  and he came hack just as enthusiastic as the Englishman himself. " 'The  several  visits  resulted' in  Mr.   Burns  taking, hold  of, the- property,    or    in  other .words  securing the' controlling  interest   It is said to be.a veritable  mountain of copper and to be one of  the largest deposits of copper on .the  continent. --The property  is within, a  few miles of. the sea.  which renders  the transportation of ore "easy.-Steam  wagons carry the output of.-the-mines  to the water where    it .is^loaded .on  Preparing the Kanaan RxhlMt.  Kansas is preparing a grand display  of fruits and other products for the  Pan-American Exposition'. Kansas is  popularly looked upon only as a great  corn1; state, but her possibilities-'in: all  round farming, stock raising and fruit  and vegetablc'growlng are to be shown  and coach horses.  The Live'Stock division of the Pan-  American Exposition will offer to  breeders an opportunity, to, place-before" the public high bred, stylish, good  acting horses with a view of showing  what  particular crosses   are   ndvan-  by means of "splendid object lessons ln   tageous  in   producing -such  'animals,  her exhibits at Buffalo next year. Bxperlments have been made with '������  fTon to fhrs the N'ew York "State Cruimt  nliine couiprihcs a me.'iitiei'slilp of it <  l)i,Ki. s������,> thn'l.lin' ivi.veiili'mv u:i:l .uy.,  furl of the riu'iuhcr* "f Uie Order ii- ;!>���������  State of-Nev.' Vol!; alone Wt-re ili-i-ni'���������  worl]jj*|.Mif vitntfiil jttentii.it <-'.i tin- inn1  of stlie "Kxeeiililv t '0111 in in it tit l.'i-  <traui;i\ ���������  Tlii1 l>iret.'tiii' (li'iiei'.'il sfati'il tn lh-,  ExiTiitivi- Coiiiiiiitlcv tha." an . 1 !~."<i$.i  would !>>.��������� made on Ills pan to nrinv  ebotit .soiue iiri'nnge.'ner.t^ilial ini'.lii !������������������  MilNl'orlory to Hn������ 'Irnr'-.f. su-limt :l  in.'ijSbe tilheii fur };i':ttilV.|.i:tnt':> il'-.-ul  ���������liiiirtei's for the Natlttual tlrsrw i:;;'Hi  the K\'|i<>-.illiui si-modi will in}. ;im\ id  ed for In-some manner. This will lii-vi-ry  pleas-ant news 10 all member* of tlie  (.range. '  Exhibit of Font-PS.  A display of interest ro every pr<������-  gross!ve; farmer, at;itlie. f'an-.Vincric.iu  Exposition will' lip the variety ami  methods of farm feiicinj;.. Itnrriiur the  old &tiiii:i> fencing of piotiiTi- days mid"  the stone walls of Now Kii-^land. a  treat variety of fences will be shown.  HORRIBLE MURDER  JAMES S. HUGGARD, A NOSE CREEK  FARMER BRUTALLY DONE TO DEATH  The Tngedy si yet Shrouded in  Mystery.  One of the most atrocious crime* tn  the hlBtory'of: Canada, wad committed  In the neighborhood of this city last  bight, and . as    a. rcuult'   cjamea   ft.  "t'-#ixagKmrti.rii w������ll kortw������ 'farmer reeid-  ���������" .' i������g 'fcdrth "of the Bow river - lleai dead  today havins been done to death, by  an asaaUant' or ' assailants' ' whosb  identity Is at present Cunknown. , <  Mr. Huggard. who was a married  man, resided .with his -wife' and family  on his homestead. near No6e Creek,  where for several years he carried on  the business of a farmer. He was  on active-politician and' worked hard  yesterday Ijf the Interests of Mr.  Bennett,' the Coneervnttvc candidate  for-'Aa������rtnr>'"At tho'close <of thc poll  he proceeded to ��������� his hay camp north  of tho town and as.far as can at pre-  [sent'be gathcrcd'thc unfortunate man  was Attacked while on the. way out,  and his skuli beaten In with .in axe.  The attack" muif liave" '.ti&ea ;,p&i������  between.'" ������ ��������� and" 8 'o'clock" leel *l^ht.  No motive has as-yet .been ascribed  for the crime, . although It seems'  pretty well established that Its object  was not ��������� robbery. The Mounted  police were at once notified of thc  finding of the body; and at���������; once un-  Idertook the discovery of the" guilty  parties and are now actively engaged "on the ease.  Huggard was to ha vie appeared; at  the : Barracks : today-", aa prosecutor . in  a chargv? of stealing' hay.  A full report of the proceedings at  the- inqueet will appear in tomorrow's Herald.  SERIOUS   AFFAIR  REGINA  AT  . It is waste of' time, to brood ��������� over  your, wrongs unless" you can hitch.'*  'remedy.  A Mounted Policeman Loses His Rea  son���������Another Deserts  Regina, Nov. S.���������Constable Cutty,'  of the North West Mounted police,  got-vinto some, hot words with Constable Hepworth. The latter.-received "a blow" from Cutty that sent his  head against a door. Hepworth Is  aX present \n the hospital minus his  krea6oh������"..wltb a,.-p<Hsibllity, of, paving  fo go to     Brando^'for.   - treatment!;.  Cutty la In the guard room.  . A '.member ������������������ of "the Mpunted: police  recently got on a epre.e and to'escape  puishment ��������� deserted,��������� ���������--.������������������ He has not  been recaptured .though search iiar-  ties are out for him.  AN EMPRESS BRBAKS DOWN  The First Time the  C.P.R.  has  had  Trouble with Pacific Steamers  Vancouver,   Nov.:C���������The  R.M.S.  coast northwest ol Vancouver island  from Victoria. She will .return to  Vancouver 'according to official notification. It is stated the' liner was  ln collision off Cape Flattery with  the ship Abbie Palmer. The Palmer  was about returning. Neither are  badly  damaged.       ���������  ���������    -  SIU- HIBBERT   ELECTED  steamers and carried to the'. nearest  smelter" Already there 'are 200 men  at-work on the property.- "IU-is reported''that Mr. "Burns .was=.offered  two- millions for his interest "and he  refused to sell. Mr.. Burns admits;  that a high, figure was.,offered, him.  but ho, believes'-that .when the pro-  'perty has'tK^ii developed'.fully, lt will  command,, a. greatly,, increased price  should  he" then  bo  ijacllhdcd  to sell.  GOVERNMENT   APPOINTMENTS  Winnipeg, Nov. 8.���������Latest,., returns  show that Sir Hibbert Tupper >ha.=  Kmpress .of Japan has broken down, boen elected in Pictou. " "��������� 1 ~~'  This is the first time on record that I The members from Monlreilf are  a "white liner,"--has-been in trouble. Tarte, Gallery. Demarais .and Brick-  Word has just bepn received that she erdike, .Liberals, and Dr. Ttoddick,  flew," a ,Signal of distress when off-Conservative. :" " ''-"  . Cape" Beale, - about, 80 miles ��������� np the  Tarte's majority *y������3  1.3S2.  Her  Majesty . Approves, of  a   List   of  ; ^Important   Appointments -  London, Nov. 8.���������The Queen has .  approved of the appointment of  Walter Long,', president of tho board  of agriculture,' to be president of the  local government board in succession  to Henry .Chaplin; Gerald Balfour,  chief secretary for Ireland, to be  president*, of tbe board > of trade, in  succession to..C T. Ritchie, recently .  appointed secretary of. state for home  . affairs; George ; Wyndham'. . parliamentary' secretary tor Ireland, ln  succession to Gerald Balfour; ���������:.: Ix>rd  Cranborne.-.eldest son of;the��������� Marquis  of Salisbury, to be under secretary of  state for the foreign .office. In succession to William St.. John,^ Broderick."  recently appointed .secretary, of;state  for- war: Joseph Austin- Chamberlain, eldest son' of -Joseph Chamberlain, to be "financial secretary of the  treasury - department; Lord Stanley  to be financial secretary of .the war  office: Arnold Foster to^be parliamentary secretary of the admiralty.  ~  Tho decision In Eastern Assiniboia  still hang's In, the balance. -The latest  return la Gd"niaJorIty for,, HougUfs.  but lt I? generally allowed that thle is'  not final. - Mr. Uake,; the Conservative candidate, la a man of striking  physique and very, popular in the district. -He lives In .Grtinfcll. is a son  of tlK- lajui- OoloncJ Lake, and -brother  to Colonel ������������������ Lake.:. formerly quarter-  mas>tcr-ge������cnUr to the forces 'In Ca������-  afln. He is a nephew of the late Dr.  Lake, lato ? Dean .'.of -Durham., a.; pro-  .tninent Bng^B^jJivine.  ������������������ i^iV- .* '���������   "Dlckoy. whenever, you see-an, in-  nect or a bug In trouble you must be  merciful and help him out." But  ma, if Aunt Jane sets a plnchln'-bng  down her nccfe-jnuj������-I help th* bur  |o? r.i\fi AntyLToHe-r^-' '     -������������������      ' ���������    ,  .rr  'm  IKI Hn  -tt-i'-M-l-t-K-fr-l-Mr*********** ***  "* .          .                 ������  I "Prescriptions f  fr Our  Prcfcription   Pcpartmsnt   is   un-  fr  fr equalled tor the   care   and   skill with   fr  fr wnlch our prescriptions aro prepared.     T  js We carry alarse stock of the-PureM of ���������*.  S, Drags and Chemicals.  '+ Deliveries  made to anv part of the  fr Cit>'  t Night Bell on Door.  fr    J CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  5 KEVELSTOKE  &%Ur~L' MHO  jur&ttyj/  Mayf   0H&  Local and  General News  in   the  Thus. Taylor  M.   P.   P.,   is  City.  'V. J. Law came in from Vernon on  Sunday.  No qiitii'iiin at the city council on  Friday night.  Hun. Clifford Sift nn is expected in  Kos^lllll.l lOIIHIITOW.  ��������� For nn easy shave tiy .1. MiieDon-  uld ut lhe Elite Sliiiviiig'Piii'liii',  Sir Ch-ii'les Tupper Is expected to be  in Revelotnke on  rinii'sdiiy.  Mavor Smith H'lnrneil Inst week  friiiii his trip tu the ICiisl.  F. .7. Dfine of Kxiuloop1-'. registered  at the Revelsloke mi Sunday.  J. A. Wood's new store building on  First Street is Hearing completion.  ���������Rooms to let on Second Street.  Apply'at the Ukk.u.ii ollice.  The Prnvince -ays that 71. Perry  I-.ea.ke left nn Saturday for Konten.-iy.  ���������All kinds nf fancy work baskets,at  "M. K. Lawson's.  ��������� St.inip-d linen dnvlh's. centre  Views, tray cloths, etc., at Al. K. Lnw-  ���������n.ou'tx.  S. Sutherland, nf the firm of Mc  Kinnon & .Sutherland, Ferguson, was  in town yesterday.  The entertainment, given by the  TiiU'iit Society nf St, Peter's church  will come off about Dec. Oth.  The gross smelter returns of th"  Cromwell shipment of ore were $703,77  for 13201 lbs or about $120 a ton.  Thp. Silver Cup people are asking S.  Daney if he tan handle 500 tons of ore  this winter.  The prospects are bright for ;i' pond  season nf skating und culling, in the  finest rink in Western Canada.  Hon. T. Mivyne Daly and Mrs. Daly  returned fnun the East nn Sunday  and went btmt.li to Rossland yesterday  morning.  W.J. Harvey. Prof, of Optics, will  lie tnund at Guy Barber's Store fur the  next few weeks by those desirous of  consulting an optician.  ���������J. B. Grossman has opened the Elite  shaving parlor. .T. MacDonald Artist,  Hot and Vapor Bal.hs, open Sunday  from S a. in. to 12 p. in.  Harry Edwards, the taxidermist,  Iiuk opened up in Field & Bews' old  s-tand on Second St., anil has ii very  urtistic lot of stuffed birds and animals  i-anged on the shelves around the  fetore, which is well worth a visit.  XV. A. Galliher. Ihe Liberal cindi-  tlat<i and Frank Oliver, the inuuilier-  "lect. for. Alberta, will hold a meeting  here in the interests of the Liberal  party   tninoi-i-ow. They   spoke   at  iinlden on Monday and are in Field tonight.  The. Eagle notes the arrival of a  party uf engineers of Kaslo to go over  certain portions of the Lai-deau railway and resurveytlieni and get everything in readiness .for an early  I'oiiimeiicenieiit of actual construction  next spring.  The residence- nf \V. J. Luw ,:it.  Vernon was destroyed by tire last  Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs  Iviw only escaping with, what cloths  they could hurry on. Scaicely anything was saved out of the huihling.  file loss is partly covered by insiir-  unce.  Uev. S. J. Thompson delivered an  able lecture on the origin and life of  William of Orange at the Epworth  League meeting last night tc a large  Mii-lifiice. The lecturer presented o  vei-v fair and impartial estimate of ihe  character of the great "Protestant  hero, and his remarks were received  willi profound interest to thn end.   ���������  Iipv. ' John Bennet ,"' Anderson,  . known as the British. Singing..Pilgini,.  who has been conducting evangelistic  meetings in Vancouver. Ross-Kind.  Trail nnd Nelson, will reach Revelstoke  on Saturday evening and conduct a  series of "evangelistic temperance  meetings. Further announcements  will he made in Friday's issue.  Work commenced this- morning  siding up the east end of the new  >kating rink. The floor has been  biiturated and allowed to freeze inird  ' in order to make it hold water when  the really cold weather stjirts. It will  _ make a magnificent sheet of  " whole centre 150 feet long by  lieing available for skaters,  any obstruction for the entire  At the west end the entrance doni.-  and dressing rooms will be erected and  the.approach is from Third St. by a  road running past the iorii<"i- of the  Acme Soda Water Works. . The rink  in a magnificent one for a place of  this size and there will bo lots of sport  there this winter, if Jack Ki-ost is  propitious, under the able iiuiniige-  inent of Mr. H. A. Brown, who will be  in control. Steps should be taken at  once to l������i-m a hockey club.  At Last.  Thos. Downs, road inspector and  Mam, Donelly, foreman, went out on  Saturday with 20 men to commence  ��������� peratiiin on the extension of the Big  Mend road. Thoy will start bv build  ng shacks for the use of the working  parties.  Six of Galliher and Half a Dozen of Foley  Speaking at. Kamloops on Wednes-  niglit hist Chris. Foley expressed his  grot illcation at the vol urn of the  Liberals to power, stating that, though  lie was not satisfied wilh them in every  respect still Ihey were the paity that  the working men boil to look tn.  Result of the Polls  The following is the corrected result  of   the   polling   on     Wednesday    by  provinces as near a.s can lie got at  Cnn.  Lib.  Ind  Ontario   .      iii  31  2  Quebec   ..     8  iVi  New Brunswick...  .    .          U  <)  P. E.  1   1  ���������I  Nova. Scotia   O  lo  Manitoba   ..     4  2  2  British Columbia.  2  1  1  N. W.T   1  S  80  123  Algoma.    Nipissing,    Gaspe.    Yale-  Cariboo and Bui't'iU'd have still to poll.  Business is Business.  Business is still business at the old  T-ii'te stand. The contractor for the  Montreal harbor works has ��������� been allowed to substitute 1.000.000 feet of  hemlock ot. 12 cents a foot foi- the  white'fir called for hy the estimate--,  which costs from 25 to 35 cents per  foot. The difference in price at the  lowest estimate means a piesent, from  the people of Canada to the lucky  contractor ot $150,000. Doubtless  there w-is iirako off to the election  lurid of the. party nf purity, wliich  helped to swell Mr. Tartu's big majoi-ily  in St. Mary's Montreal. "Elections  are not won hy prayers."  ���������A snot liiug smoke drives dull care  away. The best tobaccos I'i'iim for off  lands' We carry an assortment large  enough to suit- each smokers' whim.  Brown's tobacco store.  Experience  There are two vital points  in the drug business: experience aiid purity.  Onr experience is beyond question  and the purity of our drugs is guaranteed. Prescriptions that are tilled  here arc'reliable.  We shall bo glad to serve you.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  Geo* F. Curtis,  TAYLOR BLOCK.  McKenzie Ave  ire,   the  70   wide  without  sweep.  To Rent.  House, shunted near the Corcrnnient Ollice  Apply at the Hkkalti ofl'n-e.  NOTICE  Notice is hcrebv jjiven lhat one mouth after  date of record I inlend to apply to the Chid  Commissioner of Lands mid Works to purchase  SOncrcsof land in thcdistrletnf West Kootenay,  described as follows: Comincncinmit a post,  marked ��������� Alexander Green. North-east corner"  placed on ilie West bunk of lltincari Itiver.  udloinini: post marked "Samuel I.uffman,"  about tlfieen I'lui'ns South of the junction ol  Duncan Itiver nnd tlie Weit Fork, iheni-e s'onih  fortv (40) chains thenco. west twenty pi) chains,  lliRiii'i! North fortv (ID) ebalus, thence Knst  twenty (ai) chains to place ol commencement.  Hated at West Fork, Duncan Kiver, 11.C, the  Kith day of September, 1W0.  octl'-Min-H ALEXANDER GREEN.  EXAMINATION   OF   ASSAYERS  FOR LICENCE TO PRACTICE ~  IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.  NOTICE is hereby Riven that, In accord  anee witli section Vt of "Bureau of Jtine-J Act,"  a special examination for eilicieucy in the  -i.rac.tico-of-as'iiviucr wilLbs-hchl-lii ths-Clty-Of-  Nelsun.uu December -3rd, and such following,  davh as mav be found necessary.  Details of such examination may be found  in the U. C. Gazette���������on file in each Oovem-  ment Ollice.  Intending candidates should make aoplica-  tion for such examination 10 days in advance  to the Provincial Assayer, Secretary of Board  of Examiners, Victoria. Such application to  be accompanied with the fee of Ho.  RICHARD McBRIDE,  Minister of Mines.  Department of Mint!".  Victoria, B.C., ith November, 1900.  HATS  $ 'HATS m  HATS  Trimmed and  Untrimmed  The best assortment of Trimmed  and Untriinined Hats in the  City. Call and inspect before  purchasing.  Misses Sliepard &Bell  McKenzie Avenue      o.ivts  S<' *> -i S* l i^Or-!S/t& :>iA S44 i*S*^������ frb*'  m  &������  ti  m  rm  v;iv  S3  m  r.Li-i  m  m  iS-a  SSft  r -*i  ' /ri'*^  ������'3A  TAYLOR & GEORGE.  "��������� LBAPIN0 STORE'  LATE JAMKS GILL it CO.  Great Bargains  In Clothing  Men's All Wool Tweed Suits  Regular Prices, $8, $io, 16  Cut to $4, $6, $8  PANTS  Men's all Wool, Serge and Tweed      n s:  REGULAR PRICE-?2-$3-and $4  CUT TO���������$1 oo-$i So-$2.  NECKWEAR  Men's Beautiful Silk Ties  REGULAR   PRICE���������Soc-doc���������75c���������and ?i 06  CUT TO���������20c. each.  HATS  REGULAR PRICE-?! 50-82 00���������$2 50���������$3 oo-$3 75~$4 00  CUT TO���������$1 00���������$x 50���������i$2 00���������$3 00���������$3 25  We are also giving a Cash Discount of 20 per  eent. off all our BOOTS and SHOES  TAVLOR a &E0RaE  The Wide-Awake Business -Men.  McKenzie  Avenue.  A Dainty Timepiece  The Ioiik, delicate chain is the correct adjunct for iv  Dainty Timo Piece, and ia utoul in so many other  tt ays you can't afford to be without one, .  We offer specfal bargains ill these fashionable chains  cither with or without the watch.  GUY BARBER, Watchmaker and Jeweller  ���������        Mackenzie Avenue.  THE   FRED   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  On luid after this date our prices for Cut Firewnnd will   lip  us   follows:-  SI 00 Per Obi'd at Mill  62.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH.  FRE'D ROBINSON. -=-  Managing Director.  Larire and Well Lighted  Sample Hoonis ���������  Heated by Hot Air ������u<1 'filcctrie  ' . Hulls and Light in every room  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Kca<iouah]c.Katcft  - - - -  IlHOTBL victohia^  JOHN V. PERKS, l'rwn>niKTOK._  Xliiht   Grill ."..):-j in ('-.iiiiectiun for the. Convenience of Cuests  Hourly Ptrei-t (,'ai-  ilet\vcei������ Hotel and Station IIVUVJ v, iv, vi.^i i^l-/i.v.v^ q  ^������wfOsfosBs������, ioCc  ���������<&\&'<5/ii&\  ttLiOSXXXGr  OTJT  S^.3L.E"   ������  5V  GOODS AT YOUR OWN  PRICES  EVERYTHING MUST GO    ^g  ***-try**+-b***-k*****->*****-i  fr  J V/e Repair   .*  THE.  -W A-T-C H ES-- =���������  CLOCKS,  and all kind.-* ol Jewellery  ���������*��������� Tf the   work   !���������   not tati^factory we  -t* refuua your money.  * WEGUARANTEEOURWORK  "5* and stand bv our cuttrantec.  T  "|* We iilsnrarrya srnod line of Watches  2* ������nci Jewellery,' ivhlch we  riispo**!.* of at  j* moderate prices.  ! E.M. ALLUM,  CITY EXPRESS  K.W. B. PAC.ET, I'rop. J  Prompt delivery of parcel', baggage, elc, to  any iiart of the City. I  Any Kind of Transferring:  Undertaken  All order* '."ft at R. M. Smyrhe'-i Tob'cco  Store, or by Telcphune No. 7_flOT will receive  prompt attention.  +  fr  fr  f  fr  fr fr  ************************* h  The r.eadintr  Watchnialccr and Jcveli'J  Top.to Toe  iSi^X Prnin    lujml    to     Font     we    furiiibh  ijiMitli'iiicii -  with    i-imi|ili.ti',    btylinh,  iliir.-ihii1    .-nu!    roiii}'i>it:iiil������'     sveiii'iiiK  <fe_CL> ������"JR N  EW  FALL AND WINTER  HOSIERY AND NECKWEAR  nre imuU-ls of liulii-i-tliislu-'i-y. inul nre  atlriictiiiK fiivoriililii iitlcntioii fnun  fiiind dri-shuib.    Wt-M like  you   to see  UlHIll.  J. B. CRESSMA.N  MACKENZIE A\'KN"UE.  The 'Cash Bazaar.'  THE STORE FOR THE LADIES.  Great Clearing Sale  of Mantles  We have a number of oid Mantles which 'we  want'to clear, and now that the cold weather is here  perhaps you are thinking of getting one. If so do  not buy without giving-.us a call.    It will pay you.  Mantles at-your own price. These goods are  now .on sale.  m  &  ������?  w,  tss  m  .;.*************************  fr   r-t\jcmatci f  t EDISON'S  * STANDARD  PHONOGRAPH  fr  fr  ���������fr  With all the lain't lrnprovi-mcnts fr  ������������������will take anil reproduce rci-orils. fr  Price    ?ij    compjete,    lnrliulini; fr  Recorder. Rt'prodnccr, Brr������<Horn fr  Tapphire    ?havin^    Knife.     Kar fr  Tnbey,   (,'amcl.s   Hair   Hnifh,   Oil fr  I'.axi���������r.l^n half a dozen records' and fr  books of instruction. fr  G. J. AMAN  fr  *  ********^.*****************  FOR SALE  Two Cars of Beef Steers  Two n.n'1 three yf?fir������ nUl, for dull very  between  now and December Nt.  For particular*; /tpply to thc undersigned,  BURCH & CO.,  novfi-U Jced fjeer, Alia.  L. A.  FRBTZ  w  #  m  m  w  @i  ������  9  SMELTER  TOWNSITE  SOLE AGENT  m  iW  J..LOTS FROM $150.-UP  Contractor  and Builder  Houses and Stores to Rent  and For Sale.  ���������ON   EASY   TEEMS  * B. H. MAYNE,  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  i- ���������:  ��������� ��������� ��������� -���������  ' '���������;'-.; --���������      ���������������������������  S-^a+tB^@^  OT53SJS55S.  Canadian Birkbeck Investment & Savings Co  Capital, 82,600,000.     Head Office,���������Toronto.  Money Loaned .to Purchase or Build or Pafr Off  Existing Encumbrances.  Unpayable in Kasy Monthly Instalments and ovor periods from S to'8 i-earn  as proierreil. ���������       "  Tin- most rerlatii anrt advantageous method of acqulrliie a home or DnTlii������  off a inortgiiKu liHlcbtcdnen. -in ������   ���������!">}'"���������  Full partlculara on-ipplicatiou.  F. B. LEWIS,  Local Agent.  G. S. McCARTER,  Solitit'or.  KfiSS  sssssmhs-^^^em^ sssaHMssasi  Clearing Sale  J of Stoves  j at COST.  Wt> will olYtM- from ilow  until thi? fuel of Llii.s inoiitli  oni' i'iit.ii'i< l.-u'^d aiul well  uKHOi'lccl Hlork." or Cook  Stovi'H unit Box fciUivt's ut.  Cost Prii'i'.  TIipkl- Siovoh Imviiip bpi>i>  pill'l.'ll.'lSl'(l     lll-l'oi'li      till!      Hd-  viiiici! ill price aro much loss  tliun prcuoiit cost.  .. Stovi>s will bi; iniiiki'd in  plain fljiuii's, nml will tie  solil for CASH ONLY.  -W. M, Lawrence  JCSTATK  I Hardware. Tlnwaro. Stovca.  Paints., Oils ami Ulasa.   .  "Agent lor Hamilton Ponder Co.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches   Wc have the name of making  tha only atyllKh Sulla In Town  ���������for durability and qualUy  thuy also excel. ,  -TRY ONE  RS. WILSON  Next the McCarty Blc/ck.  Itcil Rosy llcpreo meets second and fourth  Fridays of eaeh month; White Itoso Uttrr*  liti'cts flrKl Friday of each month,In Oddfullon ������*  Hall.   \ Iblilnse brethren welcome.  WM.MATIIEKli,    Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  ijTOMV ln������������HnB������ are held In the  Odilfclloiv'allallon the Third Frl-  day of each month, nt 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially lbvlted  TWOS. STEED,' W.M.  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F��������� No. 3461. .  Meota in thr. Oddfel-  lowa' Hall.on thoiecond  aud fourth Mondaya ol  etch Month. Visiting  brethren Intited to at-  tond.  11. R. ATKINS. c. W.M1TC1IEIX,,-  Chief Ranger. Kec.-Bco.  pi  MACK'S  HEADACHE  WAFERS  A ni n spei-ily, cert Hi n anil  s.-ifu cure.fur Hi'iitlurhe* of  nil . iii'iRin.s, -wlH'tlii'i- sick,  I'ilinni, iiciviiiii- or. liv>-tiT-  icnl; ,-ilsci a .f^i-eut'relief for '  ��������� Neui-iiliii.i. . - 1  \VR tJKEPAUK TMBM    (  j,     " We    iim-   only   Kl.-inclnrrl  J     Olieniiivil.-."    Iliei-efnre     we     '  );     cnn I'i'i'iiiiiiiii'iitl thetn. 1  ^ i'uick 2.v. i>j-:k nox   (  \       FIELD &'BEWS,       \  .* iJruacists am!   milunui.-.,  J) Unittii nioek., .   ..      I  W  iWj  To Housekeepers  OXB>~ Now i.s the   time- to   put  in   yoilr  Winter'sstipply of  Vegetables  at reasonable prices.   TlitSfcooUS aro  lirst class and include  POTATOES. TURNIPS,  CARROTS  BEETS, ONIONS. PARSNIPS,  Also for sale about 40 tons of  HAY  S.' D. .CROWLE,  oftSi-Bm-  Uevelstoko. P.O.  1,N;MWH  Baker  axd    .    ;.   .  Confectioner  Bread - Delivered - Daily  CALL and INSPECT our stock of  NEW  GROCERIES  Its all Right  * Providing you are patronizing  the Steam Laundry.  \Ve need your support. Do we  merit it? Come now let us  reason together. Can you give  us any just- reason why wo  should -not do yoiii\wn8hii]g?  f, sjjkerX -::  Froprictor, Telephone IS  Gold Ran^e Lodge K, of P.,  No. 36, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets everv WedneHdiiv in  OddfellowK' Hall at 8o'clock  ,*.      ..      Visiting Knightu invited.  Wm. Matiikws. C. C. :��������� : : : : ' :  J. Savaok. K. op R. A S.  A. H. HOLDICH.  ���������'������������������-..  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST    t  AND ASSAYER.  [toynl School of Mines, London.    Seven voara  at  Morfa   ^lorTts," Swunhea'".     17'vears" Chief  Cheuiliit   to.,\\'JKaii Coal and  Iron-Co.,   Kng.  Lute 1 liemist and Assaycr, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  ..-:-.< ' Revelstoke,.B.C.  All nature is smilinir and e'av���������   '  Should you ko huntlnif today-;  .Mid shoot bycood luck,    .  Hear, Doer, 1'artridire or Duck.  I can mount ;em for moderate pay.  H.W. EDWARDS, Taxidermist  SXT~  Thlrd Street, Kevelstoke, Ii. C.  I'. O. Itax���������l.'i. 1..  ������IVB YOU TEETH ATTENTION- .    ���������    I     :  When they first'need it, before,ther  Kivc >ou uain, Ihcrcbv avoldliiK. needless MifforlnK and aisiiirlnir moro aalls-  factory and imrmanent work, and at letuf  cost, than if left until tlie latter stage*  of decay.   ���������   . ..."  Dr. Burgess,  Dentist,  ���������Taylor Ulock.'  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  ��������� ��������� ��������� \  V .NOTICE     '-,  Illai-k nenr and   Kanifanio mineral claims  ki mute in the. Lardeau Mining Division  nl  V\<-st    Kootenav    District.     Where  located :  nf   the   headwaters 'of Hear  .  .       Creek, a tributary of Too) Creek..  .  Take   Notice   that ��������� I, J. Fred. -Ulicliie. ' nf  Kos-lanil. II. 0. (actinic as a;roiit fur "Tliu Illack  Hear Minnie   (Jt f    Lardeau, -11. I'.-Ltd."  Free Mlnur's Certlllcate No. . n41'A!7),. Free  Miner's Certlllcate No. bS6������.V2,. intend, slxtv  diij-h from-the date hereof, to 111t1.lv-to tho  MinliiK Recorder for Certillcates of Imprnvo-  ments, for the p|ir|iosc of ohtaining Crowu  Orants of tlicaho\e claimh. ������������������ -       ���������   '  And further take notice  that autlon,- undor  section  31,  must   bo   runimencod   liefore, the  issuance of MiclrCcrtllicates of Improvements.  Dated this Fifteenth day of September, A.D..  1900.  J. FRED. IlITCIIIE.  '.This notice was first published In thls'-iiaiicr  on the9tliday of November, l'JUO.    . .-':-',  ���������  .CERTIFICATE OFJMPRQyEMEHTS^  j :;  ' NOTICE   ,   ���������-.,,,.j.  Mountain Hello mineral claiinnaltuateii  ���������Mir   thc  Lardeau  Mining  Uivislou '<-f  "   West    Kootenay 1   District.'   "   Where  located:   at.  the  head waters, of-Bear  ' Creek, a tributary of l'ool Creek  Take  Notice  that   I. j; Fred ��������� Kitclilei  ot  Rossland,  U.  C. (actlnK  nil   afc'ent for  Frank  Urangi-rSmith Jr.    Free  Miner's   Certificate  No. BM0972).   Free Miner's Certlllcate No. B.1GD52  intend. Bixty days  from the  date   hereof,   to  apiily to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements,' for tho  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant uf the above c.lUm.   -'  And'furlher take notice that action,  under  section  37, must be   commenced  beforo  ths  issuance of such Certificate of  Improvements.  Dated this Fifteenth  day, of beptember,  A.  P,  1900  J.-FHED. RITCHIE.  This notice was flrst published In this'paper  on the Oth dav of November, l'JOO.  Jas. I. Woodrow  Butcher  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc;  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders prompi.ly-filled.  SSSSSSS. EBYB6K0EB,B.S.  H.Q. PARSON  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  REVELSTOREi  1  !  .'  i  i  *


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