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 I)  0  /������) ,a\j.  \..~y^. v  Xy'VL'  :>  'S  -ISSUED   TWIOE-A-WEEK - TUESDAYS    -A-ilSriD    Fi?/IDAYS-  Vol.  IV.    No.  82  REVELSTOKE. B.   C.       FRIDAY.    OCTOBER   26, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  ��������� ���������IIMUWIIIUII1KIHII  iiiiiiiiiiii  .wrjiM.UA*i**-w.uv.j������,w^.u..uj..viri>^W'AY'  'S*-vJ*:S*is*S'*E| -vi) tvK.5l- r| -5J1  C. B. HUME  &C0.  Fall  Under  wear  NoW   opening  a fine line of  Scotch and  Canadian  Woollen  Underweai4 in  plain and  stripes.   Also  the latest  novelties in  Fleeced Lined  Underwear.  -These::������ cods '--���������  sure to please  both in price  and quality.  Come and  examine them  before purchasing.  NOTE AND COMMENT  It is scarcely worth while for a  Conservative newspaper to stnle the  case against the Laurier government.  Thnt is being done for us liy the men,  who put thut government, in power in  'IKS. hub who hnve been converted from  hiippnrti'i-si into avowed opponents by  its record during its four years term  of power. One hy one" prominent  liberals in Ontario, in Manitoba, in  llie North west, men who staid hy tiie  party during eighteen years of wuit-  lliK in the culdshadcsof opposition, uien  who were Liberals out west when to  lie a Liberal out west was to lie re-  Raided as a kind of natural curiosity,  men who weie Lilie.rals, when many  of those, who in '0(1 and since have  heen loudest in I heir Liberalism, were  working thu Conservative government  fur whatever was in it, these urn  l lie kind ot men, who are coining out  and asking lo have their names en-  ioiled on the lists of Conservative  associations. These men declare with  one voice that the principles for which  ihey voted in '1X5. after lighting for  them for eighteen long years, have  not heen the principles hy which tlie  Laurier government has been guided  in its administration of the country,  although it went into power pledged  up to the hilt to Hiipport them. And  these are the men, who together with  the Conservatives who honestly voted  against their own party in 1890 for  honnriible reasons, for which no one  can blame them, hut who have long  since returned to their old allegiance,  who will swell lip it majority, for Ihe  Conservative party on the Tth wliich  will place Tarlism and Siflonism high  up on the shelf for political hack  nuiulieis.  The last, most piun.inent Liberal lo  give the Laurier govei nnient a backhander is Mr. John Charlton. Il" Alr.  Charlton is not a Liberal, there are no  such   people   at   all. And   yet   he  ciilicix.es the so tailed "preferential"  concessions to British importers as  altogether one sided, "gratuitous and  senliuienlnl" and he criticizes the  excessive expenditme and declares it  tiihe to'call a luilt. Hu is no jingo is  Mr. John Charlton but the recent  ������������������utterances of certain French Canadian meiuheis of parliament, iu the  province of Quebec iu their attack  11)4011 I he policv of increasing expense  and seniiihg" men "to" deletitl the  British Empire'' is in his opinion  "deeplv to lie legiettcd. But. -more  than thi.->. ��������� If there is one thing more  than another that lhe Laurier cabinet  prides itself on. it is the prosperity  m hith llieir icgime has he.-lowtd on  the com.try. Tlmt delight fill little  work. Political Poinleis No S, I he  receipt of which limn Sir' Rii haul.  Caitwright is heieby once iiiure"  jn kiinwledgeil.-is'fiill-of this 'enchiut-  inur topic. Jin!. Mr. Charlton Will have  none of il.. .lie -ays. -"llie government was foriuuale in assuming olih e  just at lhe* beginning of a period of  pioi-peiity. which not. only applies to  un but lo all loiuiiicrriul nations-,-nal  which, it, is well to leali'/.e, has been  due lo lile������-.ing.j of Pioviil'-nce and lo  (hum's beyond conliol ol Ihe Canadian  government." Oile I >��������� i-au-e.-, beyond  control of the govei uiiienl ! Suteiy  Mr. Chai lion can never have read  "Pledges. 1-teiiiviiied" by lt. Cartwright,.  1  ������*>^.������*J^g>>������*>-*Pi������������.������^-*M***>^>>^^  AT DEPARTMENTAL STORE  ���������"&*- ^Pz*. ^&L*. ^L-, -j-&^ .**__. ^ts.-. .=&������ .*������������������&*. .sSSa, _^AA.~"*fc- rfSfc������ .*&*. -s������<. -="*>^. .=&���������*- ^ta, ������������������*���������*&*. rfS*. ..&���������*- -&--  w  fe������as<feB������  -^^p^psg!  $N^  rqpqp  imtrmrnwtsa  I  look   over  seeing"   for  If you want help in deciding* about the new  Suit or Costume you are planning"? we invite you  to visit our Dress Goods Section and  the   different   materials,  yourself    the    varying  weights,   textures   and   surfaces.   It  will give you the best idea obtainable  of the merits of the different pieces,  .and we will be. happy  to  have   you  make use of our immense stock in this  ���������way.     Every   prevailing   shade  and  every different stylish fabric will be  | found here4 guaranteed in,Jdye> and of the ifebst  -weave and finish, so - that" you may place entire  confidence in the quality'of the gibods. "   '-. ���������  ���������Mf*****'*******^^^  For Ladies  that is a near approach  to the ideal of perfeation  It is the newest  product of shoe  art and skill. It  is graceful styl-  is, durable and  comfortable.  We want to ex������  hibitittoevery  lady in the  community.  CB.Hume&Co,  Now cone's along .Mr II. C L's'e,  b.urister of Daw.-on. Englishman,  ivil hout interest in Canadian pol'lics.  He repeals every charge I hat ha-.-becii  made against lhe Sifton regime in lhe  Yukon aud says .Sir Ililihcrt Tuppei  is loo mild altogether. "The officials  ���������ue. corrupt and incapable" "th'e  legtilations ai e absolutely killing mill*  iug enterprise'' the li<|Uor trade, is In  the hand's of a gang of- monopolists  specially lavoicd by Mr. Sil'lon. the  gambling house*-*, dancing salt oils and  places of pt-ostit ul ion flourish openly,  notoriously ami scandalo.i-.lv under,  the < otiuivaiK e of the government-  offieials and that in j-hoit -the whole  system us at present currird on up  theie hy lhe'elticials; of Mr. Sifloi.'-  depiirl ment- is 'Simp v shockiig t..  -anyone m rii.-tiuni d^io-B.i itish-itlea:���������ol-j  government.'" ��������� To allot', which , ive  suppose that Mr. fciifi in will replylhat.  Sir Charles Tupper apologised lo ill  Philps for making n statement .i>*iiout\  lhat gt'iitlemah, ior which his ,><ilhovi-  ty was Mr. Siftous's own production  of a forged telegram in the house and  imagine that he had satisfactorily  settled the whole business.  ������&  ��������� 0  Anxious to equip tlit?iu<elvr-s nr'pei Laps in litis* e beaiise of the suddenly cooler- weather  we sujrgest a vihit'io our Special Depict men ts where tt most extensive'a:id worthily,  stylish array oi' "  Fashionable Fall Costumes-and Stylish Goats:-'  Tailor Made. Skirts and Dainty Shirt Waists, -  Beautiful'-Millinery, Exquisite Furs  iu:d all ihe otlujr lieodftils in the way ���������of Shoes,   Vests,   Gloves.   Warmer Underwear  Etc . await yonr inspection.      Yon  cuir pick   them out today aud have them home and -  l-eatly to wear by night.  In our Men's Store we are showing an unusually high class stock of  Overcoats; Suits, Hats, Furnishings, Etc.  n.nd other requisites from which a. complete wardrobe can be'chosen if desired. All  nneds in Men's and Bo\s' Wear can bes-pUrchtised'here on shortest   otice ."at 16 west prices '  I. . ' . -   ,- - ' "   " ' ��������� -    ;      ���������    ��������� '       . ' '  Worthy Styles in New Fail Cloves.  It there is one jilace in Revel.-.tol;e wh"i-(. ynu can he sure of getting good Gloves, that, place is this Store.  These come Lo ii.������ from lhe Best Clove MaKei*, we know of, and being made of carefully selected materials wo  can guaialitee eveiy pair lo give, salisl.lclm y Wear.  The versatile lsaiel Tiit-t'e' is now  appearing iu a new role.- ��������� He. has  declared to the amused htit badly  incredulous people of Canada that his  loyally to the Kinpire and his love for  tiie Queen is unbounded. He managed by a great eit'oi t it is true to  conceal his gushing feeling.- while in  1-Wix, hut now that he is once more  "life under the glorious folds of the  Union JacU these emotions can no  longer he restrained hut burst forth  spoiltittieous so to speak. Theso rapid  changes of attitude on Mr. Tarte's  part are slightly bewildering. How  tor instance Ih this heartfelt devotion  to the Eihpite to he reconciled with  the winds of lhe Paris speech nride  only last  June, when Mr.   Tarte said :  "J will 'not venture to prophesy concerning the futuie of Canada, hut il  may he supposed that, in ten or twenty  years, when ihe poptilnt ion shall have  grown to as ma uy millions. England  may Iind it einliai-t-assing lo kt>ep stich  a heavy child in her lap. and as lhe  Fietich-Canadians increase numerically much faster than their compatriots' of different origin theie is  room for hope! hat a. great and glorious  destiny still awaits us."  What "great atid glorious destiny?"  Certainly one apart, from   the   British  Empire,   for   which    Mr.   Taite   now  expresses such   devotion.       Certainly  one in which Mr. Tarte   "compatriots  of   different       origin,"      of     Engiis-h  Scotch. Irifll or   Scandinavian   origin  for instance are lo have no   shine,   except   as   under   dogs   to   Mr.   Tarte's  I'Vcnch-Canadiaii compatriot..--.       And  all this "in ten or twenty years."      In  that   short   period   according   to Mr.  Tarte Canada will no longer he   it part  of the Emphe hut  will   have   entered  on  some,   fresh   "great,   and   glorioiis  destiny"    with   the   French-Canadian  ma jorfty ruling the roost.      Mr.  Tnite  did not merely make these astounding  statements as'a calm, unbiased opinion  of a political ohscrver.    Not at all.    He  wound   up   his speech with the words  "'Ve will hope."     Do you want to see  him hack in   n   position   to carry his  hopes into reiilivs'itioii ?  Bargains in Feather Boas.  If you :ne Biisri'ptihlH to cold come and get one of these Boas at the  piotection and also very soft and becoming in a p pen ran i.e.  low  prices offered.   They're a thorough  Big*Reductions in Flannels and Blankets  .Saturday's hii'-iiiess in Blanket*- and Flannels was disappointing to us.       We wanted higher sales, hut the wet  weather interfered.    Now we waul, to make up i'or it on Saturday nud would like you lo help us  TJ.,AJt  KICK  -*0  Very Fine Jackets for For $4,25--m^  This offer means a grateful for those who come early enough lo profit hyit.   We advise you In lie very piompt  indeed if you are Jacket Hunting, and we feel confident that one of I liese Coals would please you.  ��������������� ' i  Children's Woollen ITndervests.  We emphasize these values for Saturday selling; scan over them and decide to buy rtnw while the print advantage is all in yonr favor.  Misses' Jackets.  Misses' Jackets  AVe have a Cloak Stock thnt would do credit to much larger places than Revelstoke.  with the hest and most critical dressers, while our prices are jitstas pleasing to those  carefully.  Our Cloaks Iiml favor  who spend their money  Cotton an,d Flannelette Goods  These ai-e the htuDR nt������p<1<������ that everyone requires, an iv BortfiHliiencp evfery one will l������������ intpftjsted In i\w saving  'uii-gaiii prices We promise for the balance of this.'week. Thby will tilttke n big difference lit,the cost if you use  many yards at ii tittle of these staple goods. <,  Ask for El Prcsioentc Cigar.  ! General Merchants  Revelstoke, B.O.  <9MMHH&������&&&PJWN&������&>**&r*������& WMHK&WN*^XH*9a������*������*il^^ *  I  THE SUPREME COURT  The Cases Against .los. Brume and Jas.  Pinkerton.  Mi". Justice Irving opened thesitting  of Uiu Siipreiii-i! Court at 11 a. in.  y est erda y. The followinggra nd jury was  empanelled IJan Hobin-oii, R. llowson  T. J. Graham. T. K. I.. Taylor. C. K.  Shaw. Thos. J.ewis. ('. 3. A man. 11. C.  Pral I, John Abrahamson. H. Tapping,  \V. M. Lawrence. Fred Baker. In hi-  ppening icinark-; his loidship said that  the work before lhe jury was not  heavy as (here were only two indict-  men!.-, I'lie ol" unlawfully wounding  and one of stealing gold out of a sluice  box. The task hefoie the grand jury  was lo decide whether there was  reasonable prima facie evidence to j  justify lhu accu.-ed heing put ou their  I rial on I he.-e chin ges. After eleel ing  T. U. Ij. Taylor as tnreman thejiuy  retired and suh-scqiieully brought iii  true bills in both ca-.es. They al-o  appointed Messis. Taylor. Pratt mid  Abrahanisoii as :i committee to draw  ii)i a presentment from the grand jury  to his loid-ihip. which when piepared  lead as follows :  Government Agent's Oilirc,  He-.el-.tiikL'. Ortnlj-sr '20th, ICOO.  To the Honorable Mh. Justick Ik-ting:  Youk LoiuisHir: " We, tlie ilraml Juror- of  Kovol-stokc Conn (if A--i/.c liavc t q honor to  H^tim weleoinu ynu to our fair and flourMliing  city and wc fuel -nre liuu you iwll be im-  pres-ed KJid ^ratilicrl at the progress and  improvement we have made.  We have already -strongly repre-enteu to you  nn your previous visit a number of re<|iiire-  nient-s whicli are greatly needed for the welfare of our c ty and di-trict, hut ne regret to  say that nothing tangible has -o far resulted.  In'thts connection we would again partieularly  point out the necessity of e.Mabli-huiic a Land  Kegistrv Oflu-e, HI'^li School and 1'rovlncial  Gaul lu'onr City.  We described to you In onr la--l pre-entiaeiu  the details which fully warrant the reque.-t for  the establishment of these niUce", which are  becomiuu a greater necessity every year ou  account of tlie Increa-liig population and  growing importence of our city and di-trict.  In regard to tlie gaol, your Lordship will  readily .set the saving Mil expense to the  Provincial Government iii lhe matter of transportation of ollicials and prl-oncr-1 which  would in a short time offset the Initial expense of construction. \  In concluslrtu we have not forgotten yonr  Lordship's remarks relative to entrance to the  Court House room front thc back of this  building and it is a matter of surpri.se to Us  that no action has been taken iu this matter  ben****; your Lordship's own -uggestlon.  We have tlie honor lo be your Lordship's  obedient servants,  7 hi: Grand Junons.  ��������� Meanwhile the case of unlawful  wounding Frank Wolhitz on the.nicht  nf Slay llith was brought up against  Jos. lirooln. The following jury was  empanelled : G. E. Ci-ogan, foreman,  It. C. Thomas, A. William-son, P.  Duf.-iult. W. Mathers. R. Smythe, J.  V. Armstrong. T.'Skinner, *\V. A.  Foote, J. A. Smith, R. l_nndell. F.-  Ahlin. J.'M. Scott, to whom ihei-harge  of lhe court for the crown had been  entered hy the nttonery , general,  appeared for the prosecution, the  prisoner being undefended by counsel.  After hearing the case, whicli war? a  short one a veidict of guilty of unlawfully wounding was hi ought in hy th<*  jury and his lordship imposed' a  -entence of three ye.us imprisonment  wit h hard labor.  The case of .las. Pinkortor,. charged  with stealing gold Irom the. sluice l)ok  on tiie lievelstoke claim on Smith  Creek was the next. G. S. MeCarter  appeared for the crown and J. IJ.  Svwmsnn, ol" Kamloop-i, for t he  prisoner. The case against Pinkerton was almost entirely circun-  stantial. The only direct evidence  againt him was thu of n fellow employe  ploye. Ryan, who saw on one occasion  take ii piece of gold out of tiie sluice  box and then after saying '"'Stippo.-e I  keep this for luck" throw it back.  The rest of the story is as follows :  Last -April Pinkerton was broke in  town here. He could not pay his  board at the Columbia and he had to  got credit at F. U. Well's store for  clothintr. F. McCarty hired lii."i to go  up to work for him on Smith Cieek ;x<  a miner. When    he   got   np   fo thi;.  cl-iini he asked to he given work above  ground as his side wa.- -sore from ap  injury received the previous year ���������, and  "\\riisr*ei"irrc<R>kiri'j?"foi'7rfirw dayiratTd"  then to.work on the hoist. He was a  caii-se of discontent among the gang  and Mr. McCarty wanted Richards,  lhe foreman, to' let. him out. which  was not done. Richaids nolired him  on one. occasion on his knees hy the  side of the sluice box and was suspicious hut did not immediately report, the mat ter. .Mr. McCarty' one  night last August standing at tho door  of the shack not ic.'d the lantern used  at lhe hoist iu what he thought an  improper place near lhe sluice box and  a ligure which he tool: to lie Pinkerton  moving aliout loiind the box. It Was  part of Pinkeilon's duty as lioislman  to remove boulders from the M-.iicc  box. Next day Pinker! on was let out.  He came down" here, put up at the City  Motel and gilt on a spree. He gave  nuggcls lo 'Mrs. C.iyley. J. 1). Fraser.  lhe train de-palchVi'. au old Donald  acquaintance, and .Mi.-s Mabel Bnltoil  of Salmon Arm. who was.stayiiiff at  the Cily Hotel at the time'. Miss  ISolton gave liei nugget to G. W.  Hull. Bourne Urns' driver. to  get. it cashed at the Imperial IBank and  it was owing to the fact lhat Mr.  McCarty learnt of the sale of this  nugget that Pinkerton is a prisoner  today. He followed this clue Up and  learnt, of the other' nuggets given  away and finally traced the prison.ir to  Salmon Aim, wlii-ie he told the  balance, about -$2t worth throuith Mr.  Kmnli dl. after previou-.lv offering to  let S. McGuire of the po-tofiicc iheie  have Ihem for au ounce. Pinkei'tmi  told It. C.iyley. of liie City hotel,  lhat the nuggets were Mime he  lie was biingiiig down for Soanls &,  Howard aud he lold the C.P.R. station  agent at. Salmon Arm lhat thi- was  pome of the stuff which he had been  dinging in Big U.nd. According to  Pinkertoii'-) own account the nugget.--  had been in his po���������es-ion -since ISnD  and were part of some gold that he  received as wages; from Soards it  Howard for working on their claim.  Ide had not cashed them when broke  lust spring us he did not want to part  <vith them.  The jury found a verdict of guilty  and the judge deferred sentence till 10  o'clock this morning, suggesting to lhe  prisoner ihat if he knew- of any re  sponsible person to speak for hii'n he  had better get him to do so.  L.VTEIt.  This morning Judge Irvine on  resuming the sittings of the Court  leceived n number of testimonies  bearing on the good character uf Jas.  Pinkeiton, which .cime from Sheriff  Redgraves, Conductor Og:!\i<>. J. I).  ��������� I'r.iMM-,   KI.   Ad.-.ir.    Tho'-.   Riin.   A.  McRae. J. Savage and olheis who  havi; heen acquainted with him some  of them for a considerable number of  veal's and who weie unanimous iu  afiitiiiiiig lhat as far as they knew he  h.id lived an honest and upi igh't life.  The judge ill giving sentence said that  it had been his' intention to impose  a penalty of seven years, hut in consideration of these testimonials of  character he. would cut this term in  half and iinnos.. a sentence ot three  veals imprisonment.  RICH FREE MILLING ORE  On Lexington Mountain,    Half a   Mile  From Camborne Will be Developed at  Once By a Nelson Syndicate'  At a meeting of the directors of the'  Impel ial Development Syndicate  held  yesterday, the delegation which iicconr-  panied A. II. Grncey,   the   syndicate's-  engineer, lo   examine   the .Lexington-  inountain   ptv.pei ties  under   consideration   by   the   company,   reported   so  favorable  that   the   directorate unan-  imoiisly decided to  close   the bonds- on"  the claims and proceed   at   once   with  active   development. "Judging    from  the reports ou the section,' the Nelson  men     who     comprise   'the   Imperial  Syndicate have made one   of   the   exceptionally     forl-iiriate-   strokes     'of  business   sometimes   seen   in   minfi-g  sections. - To tpiote Mr.  Gracey.  who  lias examined   the   claims thoroughly:-  "These   Lexington   mountain   properties have the richest surface showings'  I have.ever   seen ion   a.   free   milling  property." The hill was first staked   in.  1S9S liy'prospectoi-s who were dooking"'-  for   silver-lead   properties   and   made.  I heir locations on   the   strength   of *:tJ  trace of galena.    The mountain is hard:1  to prospect owing to moss'which covers-'  the surface, inches'-deep   aiid   as   the"  original locators looked only forMlver- ���������  Ipjtd" the   merit    of    the'   frpe    gold ���������  discovery.-was  quite   overlooked   for-  some time and no work of any account;"  was done heyoud opi-.n-crosscuts.   The' -  Imperial syndicate has tied' up.most of .  the promising claims on the nuurnUi'.h*. '  In addition to the list" iPentioned-.-i' few ,  days ago, they havu .acquired   it   half.  ',  interest in four claims   and ; bonds  on  thr?e other claims, giving  the control  of   12   adjoining   locations.  ' On -the-  property are four or   fivputcue .fissure],2-.  veins ranging from four to fifteen   feet--.-,  in width from" which assays of ������-tto. $00 \,  have heen had."  It is proposed to erect  a comfortable camp and put a crew'��������� of".  13 to 15   men   at   work   immediately, ;  utilizing ii coupUiof cabins now erected;.<  on one of the {groups   under   bond   as>  quarters for the crew in the meantime.-"  Tunnejs will he started on a- couple 'of  the   most   promising -lends,   and   the.-  natnre.of   the   ground   is   such-thafc--  development can he .carried   on   econ-^  omically. and in  drifting  the gain "in '���������"  depth  will  I12  almost  foot  for- foot.  The claims are located within   a '-mild-'  of the wagon road   between  Cnmnp'Kx .  and Camhorhe and   within half a mile-",  of the latter town.-ile.    A.  H.  Gracey  leaves in  a   few   days   for   Jjexington'*  mountain to  get  development- under  way,���������Tribune.' ,..-  FROM THE FROfit..  of  With the   Pom    Pom.. Detachment  "-;. Stratficciw's Horse.     "  The following*  letter'has   heen' received from W. F. Gainfoot. formerly  telegraph operator at *S'oU-h Hill.i.who  -���������$1  =������''1  : '���������- ! I  m\  ir.il  i.ii/ll  '4- Oil  ��������� - '\ il  ������������������C.fl  ���������i'i^il  ������������������m  '���������:->t\  :x\\  tried to .enlist   here, -in.,-Strathcona's ���������  HoisL'.hut   was. i ejected   hy  the recruiting nfl'.eer on tiuciinnt of his leelh ���������  being iu bad shape.    Not to he .heat Inswept on nt his   own   expense  aud   at i  last got taken on. . -The letter is dated--'  from Gr.iylingtford.   Transvaal,   July  2-ith,..       ,.; "    .. ��������� '.   '   '  rJear Billy: Yonr very welcome *  letter reached me just us. we were -  pulling out to make'a flanking move- ���������  ment on the Boers and your a*-stiraiir������ ���������  of friendship was a hundred times .  more welcome on that Jicconnt, nsii"'"  fellow likes to think there are some -.  who cure to call him friend ut sin It  times. i  "I am with the Pom Pom and Maxim ���������  dlHiichment and were shoved right,   in ���������  for it nnd il we made'things ns'warm  for   the   enemy  a-,   ihey did for ns.'f  was very warm for them.       They hit    ',  a Pom Pom.too and we soon found oiit >  why the Tommies fear the Pom   Pom :  more than all else.. Anythitij, to equal  ."  the sound of a shell fiom  that   gun   T .  can't describe and as they   shoot   fast .  like a maxim and one drops near  you.  ���������  you   think   the   next   one is bound to -  catch you.      Wc   dont   cir.e a rap for  the Mauser-? and big shell fite.     Any- ���������  wav   the   Boers , got, a\v;iy 'and    'we ���������  marched on lo this place.      We   have ������  been in it   many times since last writ- '  ilig and the Way the bullets fly around '���������  and never hit yon is n  marvel.     They '  make a sound like a wire swished thro'  lhe air.      We  are .with     Diuidonnlds ���������  brigade   and don't  think  we will  ho  tliiough with the job for  months*.' yet.  What do the people in  Canada   think  of us?   It is pretty hard Billy to get a  chance to write as wc are on the move .  all the time.     Today we are halted to  shoe hoises. so I seize the opportunity,  lying under a wagon to keep  the  rain  ���������  off, amid the Kaffir drivers.     It   is intensely   warm   during   the  day  and  frosty   and very cold at night  so you  can imagine how trying   it  is.     If   I  ���������  cofne through III bring vou hack some -  little relic of the war.   The country we ���������  are in now   is   like   the foot   hills" between Calgary  and   tbe   ills."   , .     :   ���������  I am pver.with kindest regards  nnA  he-t whiles, your since.re friend.  W. F. O'.MNFUOT.  '.{  1 '���������  l"'l]  "���������-, 11 Revelstoke   Herald  MAUNU'ICEN'T  SWIM  Tlio  Cross  Tues-  closest  Published In the Interests of  Kevelstoke. Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout  "Cake,  Illlclllewaet,  Albert Canyon.  Jordan      Pass      and      Eagle  Pass Districts.  A.    JOHXSOX PROPRIETOR  A    Semi-Weekly Journal,    published  in   ths interests    of    Revelstoke    and  the      surrounding       districts,  days   and    Fridays,    making  connections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads.,  jl 50 per inch, single column, 52.00 per  Inch when tnsertefl on title page.  Legal ads., 10 cents per inch (nonpa-  riel) line for first insertion; 5 cents  tor each additional mserUon. Reading  notices, 10 cents per line each issue.  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Corresronder.ee containing . personal matter must lie signed with the  proper name of the writer.   -  3. Correspondence with reference  to anything that has ' appeared ln  another paper must, first be offered for  publication to that paper before it  oan appear in THE HERALD.  Jt   FAIR  -VIEW     OF    THE  MEETING.  BRANDON  Portage la Prairie News: We were  personally present at the meeting at  Brandon, chiefly because, as    we aro  sorry to say, we  were afraid to trust  i    the reports    in    the Winnipeg   newspapers",   which  are somewhat si ven  to  coloring such reports.     We wanted to  see   Sifton   meet   Tupper   a"d   answer  -the Tukor. charges.     That he did not  ���������answer the charges is not saying that  ho did not make- a good speech of its  kind.      Indeed he   waxed eloquent at  ��������� times,   but   liis  -warmest   oratory   was  expended on matters to which Sir Hibbert  did not refer.     Mr.    Sirton   undoubtedly has much  ability   and    his  forte seems to    be lu    putting    up a  bluff.      The    meeting    passed   off   as  quietly" as many meetings do, although  over at the east side of the hall' there  was a block of young men who  kept  up what seemed  to be    an  organized  system of "rootlns" on   behalf, of   iir.  Sifton.    Sir Hibbert spoke for an hour  iind a half   reviewing the   charges of  Yukon  maladministration and  corruption.    Mr.  Sifton followed for an hour  and  a half and  made a good  speech,  although   he   studiously  avoided   many  ot the chief charges made by Sir Hibbert.      He   extolled   Mr.   Wm.   Ogilvie  and   showed     by   extracts     frum    the  newspapers that    he was a good man  for  the office  of  Yukon governor,  hut  he did not try to show that Mr. Osil-  vle was a fit  ana proper person to sit  ln Judgment  on  charges affecting his  superiors in ofllco.     The charge of Sir  -^^Hlbbert-ihat-Mr���������Sifton-praetleod-do���������  cepttor.  en  tho  floor of  parliament in  regard   to   with-holdlng  Mr.   Ogilvie's  letter was passed over, but he mado a  ���������great show of  indignation   and  denial  of  many  things  that   few   cared  anything about.     Sir Hibbert followed for  23 minutes showing   where Mr. Sifton  had  "ot  replied   to  charge? advanced,  sfli  as  It      was thun      midnight  the  speaker  stopped    and    the    chairman  eloped the meeting.   Cheers were given  for Tupper,  FlfU.n,   Hugh   John  Mar*--  f Ion aid   and   the   Qu������:en.      Th������re   was  more or less applause all the evening,  but the cheer that went up when.Mr.  .Sifton   mentioned   th-_-  name of  Hush  John Macdonald was   Mgnflcar.t of the  hold   which   the   latter   ha.-,  upon   th*  ������������������lectors of Brandon, as   well as cf the  whole w-.-st.      Tlie    more-    nv.ntlon of  Hugh John's  nam-"-" 'by  his   opponent  brought down the- house    who i-h**.-'.---!  lustily f.r Canada's favorite son.  l.udy   Who   Attempted   to  the English Channel.  Londo" Times:   Mme. Walburga von  lcacesa.  who  started  from    Calais on  Wednesday morning at half past seven  with the object of swimming- lo Dover,  made a magnificent swim or just over  'to miles,   and   there  Is  no  doubt  that  if It were possible to swim  from point  tn point i"  a bee-line thlB  remarkable  swimmer,  who is  the first  of her sex  to attempt  lo  swim  across the channel,  -would  have  been able tu accomplish  her object.      Tt was   the  opinion  oC all  who accompanied    her 'hat she  was   perfecty   able   to  have   continued  the   swim   Cor  at   least   two  or   three  hours lunger had thero been any pos-  slbllty  oC  her  reaching    the    English  shore ln that time, but  the strong set  of   the  tide,   as rit  runs  oast  or  west,  during the day makes lt necessary for  any one     who     attempts      to     swim  across   the  English   channel   to   complete about double    the    nominal  distance to be traverser   i" crossing   tho  Channel at this point.  A Dover cut respondent who had  an  interview    recently    with     Mine    von  Icaccsa,   at  the    Ho-tol  de    la Cloche,  Calais, states that    sho appeared  well  and  talked cheerfully of her attempt,  although   she    wns     naturally   d'snp-  polnteil  that she had not been able to  accomplish her object. Sho stated  that  when she mado her start from the Calais  samls.  at   7:30.   Uie    weather condition.-' appeared good, hut very shortly  u.ftcrwards  a  fresh    easterly  wind  sprung   up,    wliich   caused   a   rather  broken  sea  and  Inconvenienced   her a  good deal,     tn the open Channel, also,  tho   rapid   eastward   drift  of  the  tide  carried her out of   her course, and at  the ond of    throe    hours'    swimming,  when earlv nine miles had been completed she was informed by hor pilot.  M. Levavesseur, the chief of police of  Calais,  tliat they were in  sight or the  Waldfcn lightship,  which  Is considered  east of tho port from which she started.      The  wind   which was  felt  more  on  the  French  than    on  tho  English  coast,  incrosaed  as the    day wore on.  Tho small waves breaking in her face  proved  very trying to her.     The tide  turned, and in spile of al her efforts,  she   was  carried    much    out    of  her  course.      The   French  coast  had   now  been out of sight for    about   half an.  hour and  the  only sign    of    life was  some shlplping passing ln the distance.  Her  pilot  Informed  her  at  this  point  that      they    were    heading     towards  Dover.      Shi"   was    much   encouraged  by this news,  and CinUned her swim  with fresh  determination.    As the afternoon woro on she ������ecamc somewhat  chilled,   the   air   becoming  quite   cool',  whilst  the  temperature  of  the   water  was  only  CO.      She,  however,   decided  to   continue   to   swim,   and   for   nearly  four hours longer' she kept steadily on.  By half past    five,  however,    a    very  heavy mist    enveloped    tho   Channel,  and acting on the advice of the pirot  and  thoso accompanying her, a* about  G  o'clock she' left the  water.      In  answer    to  the    question    whether    she'  thought  lt  posible  to  swim  from   the  French shore to Dover. Mmo. Tcacescu  stated that she did not think she could  accomplish   the  feat straight off.   She  had  "o  Idea  of  the   strength   of  the  currents in the Channel un'il she made  the attempt, but   she added:     "I shall  coino back to   Calais next season and  swim from Calais to Dover within the  21 hours, taking brief intervals of rest."  Wo  We  1 l'lislvelv on��������� I offer him all the lnformii-   THE   LAY  tion desired.      "Are vou  u   Oalleliin?"  iskod  the. agent.     "Why, of course. I  am."    answered  Tom.      "Mighty glad  was  I   to  get  away    from  Gallcla 22  years ago, and find refuce in this ho������-  ���������oitahlo    land."      "Do    you    like    thi  country?"     "Like It,"  cried Mr. Cnlr-  nev.  while  an    admiring crowd  drew  round. "I'll take mv Bible oath there's  notliint  like   it.   and  my   friend  here  will bear me out." and    Tom    turned  to a nondescript in tho crowd for corroboration.      "And  Is  he also a Oa.ll-  I'lunV  asked  tho agent from  Halifax,  turnlnir to the man.     "To bo sure he  Is." answered Tom. "but you'd scarcely know  It  hy   the look of him.      "Tls  only a  year or   so since  ho    put  tho  sheep-skin coat on.' him and wont Into  ������tore clothes."    "And  would you fight  for tho  Queen'*-"  asked tho agent,  for  to be loyal nowadays    is    to be    the  wholo    thing.      "The    Queen,    Is    lt?  Why. we'd die for hor," cried patriotic  I'llizen Ualrnoy, and  "tho  friend" was  hoard to say. "T" 'ell with  the Czar."  ���������\t that the Joy of the agent from Halifax knew no bounds.      Ho wished  tn  emorace  the  two Galloians.    Then he  wauled to extend  his  embrace to  the  wiioie crowd.     He was happy, and he  led  the  way  to   nn   adjoining-  apartment.     Tint amid tho clinking of glass  Interpreter Waaner took charge of tho  gentleman   from   Halifax    and   'drove  him oui to Edna.  OP  THE   LAST  MINSTREL  (ORIT)  IIK  LOVKS UK NOT!  used   to  Bing  of "Tory   Hordes,"  and "Robber Barons"  too;  Wo never sing thoso old  songs now,  tho tunes would hardly  do.  "Ring the knell of boodling hoys"  was once our loud refrain;  We do not sing that old song now.  we  never will again.  'bout  HOOD   ItllH'.ltS   A18K   SlJAllfK  In  America Just    Now���������Illg     llelalner  I'uid  Jockey   Bullinaii  by Sam  Illl-  dreth For Next Season���������Results  of Ihtoing on the Tracks.  Senrlcty of  good   riders  is   bothering  miiuy of tho big horsemen of America.  Th- cxodu.i to England is accountable  lu a great rtr-Ri Oo for the dearth of ex-  leiioiiit-i! :md ������.;'iuable Jockeys.    On thc  bi','  eastern .tri-cks  where a few years  ag.,  wi r-    -.   hi   found    the very  best  horso r'-ie". U-tro are not many really  first class Jockeys. While the success of  the jVmerlcans in the saddle continues  In ilio.tvlil Oiuiitry the scarcity is likely t" remain,   it may be that the boys  who   are   getting every   chance    now  may develop more rapidly than in tho  day when    all   the cracks wore    to bu  seen in the pigskin.   Tho riders on the  Canadian   circuit   are   a   mediocre   lot  and  tmw ot  the American  trucks  are  any better off in thia respect."  At  Gravesend  track last Wednesday  the stewards made a decision lhat was  rather strange,  but  which emphasizes  the  want  of   good   jockeys.      Tommy  Uurns, who by the  way,  is a. Canadian,  was set    down  for    foul    riding, j  Burns had arranged to  ride in several  races the' following day.     Owners who  had' beeneft  in  the    lurch   by  Burns'  suspension, were In a bad way,  being  unable  to  find   recognized   jockeys   io  ride their horses.     In view of this the;  stewards got  together and  decided  lo  allow Burns  to    ride  the    horses    on  Thursday that he had engaged to pilot.  First   class   jockeys   are   ln demand  and   if  the   American   riders   keep   on  going   across   the  pond   there  will   be  great hustling next   season by thc big  owners.     Already several  oilers have  been made to Jockeys for next season.  I Sam  Hildreth.    it    is    reported,    has  offered  Jockey Buliman a   retainer  of  $15,000  to ride  for    him  next    season.  Besides this Buliman  will  receive the j  regular money -for winning and losing  mounts.      So that    a >;ood jockey can  make all kinds of coin those days.  had   a   catchy   little   song  "Binder twine" and  "Oil."  But  did  we   try   that  old   song  now  'twould make the people smile.  "Economy" was once our song, up  mourned our country's debt;  But taxes thoy are climbing still, the  debt  is  mountlntr  yet.  How expenditure's increasing Is more  than  mighty  uueer.  And Tarte says 'U'lll he  higher yet,  he'll  show us liow next year  Wo used to sine ofl'iirllee," for hon-  .       i  esty we yearned:  Since then we've stolen  seats  galore  and ballots we linve burned.  Kor cleanly men we clamored onct.���������  no Doodling chaps would do;  Since then wo've got Pacaud and  Tarte. and Blair and Sifton. too.  "1 hate a. woman who writes a book,  practices medicine, or deliver a lecture. I hate the prominent woman."  ���������Max O'Rell.  Though I have tolled, T dreamed until  today  Life  wa.s a son   of love,  which  surged  ���������my**ivay.  And I have laken labor to my breast,  Though in my heart swiot joy has  niiu'i- ils nest.  J. U. SCOTT. B.A.. L.L.B  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Bite  McKenele Avenue, Revelstoke Statfc*.  Money to Loan  I tu I   iinw   illy     In oks   look  gi ���������:" Ing elves,  And   n-.ii"!>. iuo from   th  shrives.  down   like  places on  the  chlnook on the 28th January and before the snow drifted away or thawed the wind turned to tho north and  froze everything up, and for over ono  month wo had over one foot of hard  snow all over the country and sharp  cold weather all the time. Of course  such a thing may happen again and  cause hardship and loss.    Taking all Barristers,  Solicitors., Etc  thlngn   into consideration   I  look  for Solicitors    for    Imperial    Bank    ot  an ordinary fair winter.���������G. Gtinii, In! Canada  HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM  Medicine Hut News.  REPUTATION AND THE  PRESIDENCY  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offlces:     Molsons   Bank  Block  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B.C.  Accusing cmo'cii)1-*  of an awful   fate-  Why sloiild   I   live,  when  Max  O'Rell  f.i.i hate',' i  Oh, sister woman, scattered    tlirough-  ot.'   the  land.  Women- who  loll with brain,  or heart  !,r hand.  Come   let   ns  gr'el:  Man-of.Mu.jh-Tatk  gri'l chief  Iind   companionship   in  the    mighty ninn-  Of  l.n tin   lil ood  gold  Aivu'i'lcnn���������Alas!  nud  Irish  name,, and  Hns he not   told  Few presidents have gained in public  estimation by their incumbency. Many  havo lost.   Grant would have occupied  a higher pedestal had ho remained at  the  head  of   the ��������� army,   and   Lincoln  and Garfield   both died at a fortunate  time   for   their  fame.      But.   wearing  and   grinding,   as   are   thc  stress  and  strain,  few, If any, havo been broken  by the tension.    The White House has  been exceptionally free from tragedies.  Taylor died from a surfeit of cherries  and  milk,  and  Harrison  from a cold  contracted     by   ��������� riding     bareheaded'  in   a. snow storm up tho avenue from  the  Capitol  tho day of his inauguration.      Possibly  rolk    was    the only  president who succumbed to thc wear-,  l.some burdens of his ollice.     Ho died  June IB,  1849,   throe months after the  close of his term, at tho comparatively  early age of 154.���������Ex-Senator Ingalls, In  the Saturday Evening Port.  J. W. CROSS  Office:    Mackenzie Avenue, Revelstoke  Surgeon to the C. P. R.  Health Olllcor. City of Revelstoke  ,  Methodist Church, RevelBtoke.  Preaching services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at Uie  close of the morning service. Sabbath school and Bible class at 2:30.-_.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. Tho public  are cordially invited.   Seats free.'  RHV.S.J.THOMPSON.   Pastor.'  Wo used to sing of honest ways, we  scorned nil crooked means;  But wo luivo fallen far from grace���������  "    our leaders hug machines.  Our songs were very catching then  and our people did beguile;  Thcv're draggled now and out of date,  like  Wilfrid's  sunny   smile.  The party that once boasted Blake���������  oxcusc me when I sigh���������  lias nothing left hut Sifton's gall, and  William Mulock's I.  One time we tried "God Save the  Queen" aud mip-ht have managed .that  Had it not been for Borden's food  and Archie Campbell's hat.  The people won't believe us now. no  matter what wo shout:  We may as well give up the game, for  they  have  found  us  out.  ���������A. W. Wright.  Toronto. Sep. 28th.   o-   TIIK ISSUES IN RHYME  The  curious  listening 'world   ho  loves-  us  not?  Oh.   bitter   toll,  ���������whose   end   such   woe  hath wrought.  Thn'   all   mankind   beside  himself  approve,  Of  what  avails if we lose his LOVE  Woud Paradise  Itself not seem a hell  To wretched women    scorned by Max  O'Rell  Fling down, fling down tho laurel and  the  bay!  Rudder to us  than  cypress   leaves are  they.  Since i" each hard earned trophy of  achievement  There lies the witness of our vast bereavement!  Oh. to do nothing, nothing!     My heart  thrills  With envy at the thought of Imbeciles'  Who sit in safe retreats, outside the  ban  Ol" Mighty Max'O'Rell, the Much-Talk-  Man. ��������� ������      .  The Revelstoke  Herald *s,,,ni v**1*  St Peter's Church (Anglican)  Eight   a.m���������   Holy   Eucharist;     11  a.m., matlnB, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, first Sunday ln the month);  2:30 Sunday     school, or     chiidrens''  tervicc;   7:30 evensong (choral)   and  sermon.        Holy    Days���������The    Holy  Eucharist Js celebrated at 7'a.m. or I  a.m., aa announced.     Holy Baptism  after Sunday school  nt 8:15. ���������'  C. A. PROCUNITR, Vicatv;  Haa more readers In North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers In Revelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing ln tbe  city than any other paper; It's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; its Influence is greater;  Its advertising rates aro lowest  circulation considered; Its sub  scription rate is only $2.00 pel  annum;- it covers the field. Try  it and be with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Presbyterian  Church !  Service  every   Sunday    at   11  *.������ '  and 7.30 p.m;    Bible Class at*2:30'p. ;  m. to which all arc welcome.* Prayer-]  meeting at 8 p.m. every-Wednesday. ���������  RHT. W. C." CALDER, Pastor.  Roman Catholic Church  Maes   first- and :third    Sundays   in  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYBR.  Revelstoke. B.'a I-������������������>������������ front street.  Salvation Army  Meeting every  night  ln  their  hall *  MODERN  HEROINE'S ARIi  DISAGRF.EADl ,E  Oh I'm a good Conservative���������I've just  turned twentv-ono���������  A"d I'd like lo.know. you know, what  on earth .the Grits havo done!  I've read their' clever papers and their  sneechesi by the- Bcoru-  But am  I anv wiser   than   T  used   to  lie  before?  They puzzle me    completely,  do these  very clever Grits:  The way they seem to manage things,  it simply gives me fits;  For thev make ten thousand promises  auite genial and free.  jVnd then thoy go and break them all  as happy as can be.  They   promised  tney'd  reduce  the  tax  ���������they've raised it up instead.  Seven dollars, sixty cents. X think it Is  Life,   you   would   teach   us   wisdom   in  your schools,  (\o   lo���������go  to���������since  Max    prefers,   ua  foolsC-*- '  ���������ELLA   WHEELHR   WILCOX.  m$A$i$A$i$A$A$A$A$i$A&&  JACQUES   NATURALIZATION  "Sller-t   repudiation"   is   the order  '_��������� da;-- among old time Liberals.  Open denunciations of their lenders  by .genuine Liberals are becoming  r-umerouu, but ih'o' are- not to '.?'. com-  fwu-e.! wish the Mien'. repudiation  which is g.;ing on in every constituency from Halifax tn Vancouver.  The Winnipeg Tribune, which wiu=  tbe fairest of all the Winnipeg papers  ia its report of tho great Brandon  meeting, thus desorlb... a llttlo. incident which occurred toward the close  of Mr. Siftons' speech: "In tho course  of hia speech Mr. SIfion said: 'Rev.  Mr. Douglas. M. P., on the floor of tho  house said, that he saw Mr. Nicholas  Fiood Davin arranging with Mr.  Chamberlain, the ex-penltcntlavy man,  to do political work in '.he Territories." (Applause). Thore-upon Mr.  Davin. who was on the platform, stepped forward and with an en.' hatlc  i^sture of his historic fore-linger said:  ���������Aad Mr. Davin told him to his teeth  rtiatlt wan false." "   (Loud rhecra..  London News:   A novel reading correspondent thus delivers his soul  with  regard to a grievance which Is shared  wc  dare say,   by many oUir-r readers.  It. there one, he asks, who will deliver  us  from  thn  heroine  of    the  modern i  novelist       She is a most disagreeable  specimen  of the human  race.      Hero,  ines in the days of Scott and Dickens,  Miss   Edgeworth     and    Jane   Austen,  wore   lovable  women,    endowed    with  many charming qualities, and possessed  with  few vices.      During  tho  pa*:  IT, years this type of heroine has seldom  graced the  pages  of  our  novels.  The  creature  who      has     so  roughly  shouldered her aside is perfect only i"  ner vices.     She   is. as   a rule, vulgar  and   commonplace;   more   likely   than  not   she   is    repulsive   and    ugly:   bad  maimers and  bad  temper she regards  as tin; necessary accomplishments cf a  lady.     She may dress well, fcr she is  vain;  but of a charm or grace sho is  innocent, as a babe unborn.     She looks  down with supreme contempt upon all  rho.-e   tii-ev   dualities     which    are   the  i). cul'.-i"   prerogatives   of   women.       1"  sh-'il. tie' m> c'trn heroine is the boiled-  ii.inno'i'i.t-'o' all thai is unpleasant.  -X-s-doutt��������� sl.-'r--i= -���������voa.ginnallv    to  -be  met with in-real  lift-, but happily she  breathes more freely  in the realms oi  imagination," aad  finds    greater  nourishment in ink and paper than in commonplace bread and butter.   Tht novel  writers   ot   today  seem   to  have   been  hypnotized by that hobbledehoy of literature, the masculine woman.      Signs  are not    lackint, continues our correspondent,  that tin long suffering, novel  readig   public   Is   at    length    growing  restive under the sway   ot this female  tyrant. Complaints aro l������eing raised on  all sldei***.      For example tnJce  the following   lament     over     Miss    Fowler's  latest heroine  whloh    found    It1*-way  UUn print th������ other day:      "Kllzaboth  I-'arringdon  Is  a  promising  heroine al  fir.-i'.. l.ut  she treiitrt    h.-r lover    to an  amount of  rtllllngs*gii.to (h-h    it    would  have been called  In  England) >-o persistently  that  many  a  woman  reader,  believing  that    oven    an    angry  lady  should  talk "like a lady, shuts up  tho  hook and loaves the yiory -ninflnishori."  What  Iri  th.i  reason  of    this    slranco  i���������dllc-ction for a disagreeable heroine'.'  11> sho ix.  portri-K,   or  Is she  a onrln:-  HireV     Has tho average girl ot Anglo-  riax..n  parentage  become  111-mannered  ar.d   bad   t-inper-f-1?       Has   the   sties*'  ai'.-l nr.'iiil of modern U1Y- lowered n.ml  de'.U'J'd    our      Ideal    of    womanhood'  The"--   ox*  H <er������itlng  qur-ntions which  e-.ioh .reader   can   answer   acordlnK   lo  his  r.v. n o'r������;rvn.tlons   and experience.  One- thing, however, !:i beyond dispute,  tlu. modern  horoln*-**. n    a. most   unfit-  tractive companion on a rainy holiday.  A   SriKItL'OCK HOLMKS   IN  UTjVU  c    It is   pleasing     to   note     that   Utah,  where the     fictitious Sherlock   Holmes  displayed   some part   of his   wonderful  detective ability,  has produced  in  real  life   the  prototype  of    Conan-   Doyles  great character.      A few  days  aeo a  drug store  ln  Salt  Lake  was  entered  at   niglit   and   robbed.      In   addition  to  tapping   the till  the    burglar   stole a  dozen bottles of hair restorer,  several  bottles ot  Florida water  and    a large  liottlo of violet Derfuma.      The  list  of  articles stolen was given to a member  ot  tlie staff  of detectives.      Other information  was measre.      No one was  suspected,   and  contrary  to   the  usual  custom in such oases made and provided,   the   detectlvo   announced   that   ho  had no clue.      He did  this  because he  is   a  real   Sherlock   Holmes.      For  he  hud   what   other   lesser   lights   would  calt a clew.     This wise    voune    man  reasoned  that the    burglar    was bald-  headed,  else  why  steal  hair  restorer:  that  he    liked    the  odor    of    Florida  water, and   that he had  a sweetheart  with  a fondness    for  the    perfume' of  violets     Having made.thls mental picture of the malefactor, he started out  in search of him.   At latest reports the  -burg!ariwi*>a**r-^-?-riil-at-!arg*er=���������The_de--  tective nos-fed his way all over the city,  but  was  unable-  to  detect an  odor of  Florida water exuded by a ba'd-head-  <*l man accompanied by a girl Derfum-  eil with violet.     Hose-" are ijntTtalned  of the detectlvii's success, however, as  an c-xtraviaanzn. with ballet. Is to be  played here- shortly, and It is V-licved  the guilty  vn-c-tch wll surely be tgis&s.  ln an orch-es'tra chair.���������Denver Post.  ���������just now ner head,  And I guess if they've another chance  they'll raise it up again  Till   they tax us twenty dollars for a  broken window pane.  They    promised    "Reciprocity,"     they  crawled to Uncle Sam,  Aud  thoy begged for reciprocity,   but  all he said was "D 1"  And   they   promised     "goods   should  come  in free"���������Protection wa?  a  sin���������  But  I  do not see  exactly  where free  binder twine comes In!  The nubile debt's another thing they  used   to  rave   about���������  They   said   il   was   too   shocking  big���������  and so it was no doubt.  They   said   they'd' lower  it   by   miles,  a.nd the way they did the trick,  Was  Just   to  add  eight  millions���������and  they did it mighty quick.  P.ut what they said had hurt them  most and made ihem very sad  Was the naughty way the Tories  carry on���������"they are so bad,  AVe-'re not a bit.like- them," they said,  ,    "they  never -speak what's  true."  |l:iit T can't see the difference���������T wonder, cow can you?  I   was   born   in   New   Orlean,'-r  So they tell mc���������I doan' - swear.  For I can't recall  tho scene  Tho' they say that I was there.  Up tlio levees on hattcau,  In the bush  by Saginaw,  Engines man at mills, Buffalo,  Ruined  by  locusts.  Talequah;  Tried a hit to buy and soil,  Help' to build Free Mason's hall;  Anyt'ing T can't do well  It can't well bo done at all.  Then to Canada I cross.  Whore the people are so blame  Slow,   they  call  Ole Englan'  boss.    good  country just the same.  Pretty  soon  Im  gettln'  rich,  Goin'  to  run  for councillor,  mo.;  So   Ive  naturalized   me, .which  I doan like to do, you sec.  What I promise I doan know,  All I wanted was the rights.  "Why to serve should I must go  If the States and England fights?  I'm a good Republican,  Cifzen of tho gran', free, States;  Who says I've renounce the Ian'  I was born to by kind fatos.  I'm'a soldier of the^Queen    ���������  (Alderman   of  Leduc   town)���������  Hie!    tho president,  I mean���������  Shove the bottle this way, Brown?  When  I'm   feelin'  good   like  this,    [.  Mc, I'm Yankee or Canuck;  Fight  for none but Jacques Metis,"  j\n' not then, if I have luck.  i - ���������Don- McLean.   O ;   A WEATHER-FORECAST  The  Revelstoke Herald  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  Is the leading newspaper of  the great mining districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  tbe latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up.  tn authentic, reliable and read  able Articles from unqoetUon-  abl������ Information.-. It enjoys  a large circulation and ia consequently unequalled as an  advertising ��������� medium < ln tbe  field in which lt Is puMUbed.  Subscription $2,00 Per Bnnilni  $1.25 For Six Meiaiis,  Strictly in HdiianBB. =  TIIK   WOT'.TH   OF  TIIK   V.  Cl,  r-n*-*:  WEN A FELLER IS OUT OI  ���������������������������*��������������������������� ^]  All  A JOB  from  her heels, to  TOM   CAU'.SKX A  C.AXACIAS  Hi,-,-.-  tlif Kdmor.tr.r.  T.nys   Had a .Ii.ke  ;a tin-  KTtP-e.na-r- Ot a Visitin*?  Immigration-Agent.  I.dmonton -Pi-sf- Th- immigration  ii",,*. from II.-i.lif.L---. was" doubtless iif-  f-i ti-d by the rnrf-fli'd fiir'of this *l-1o-  riuus cum try. and when he apnea red  In the sitting room at thr- Queen's  hotel   aad   declar-d   t-o   that  :il!   could  Tt is on.? ofthe many. fascinating j  p-ecuHnrltir.p ot tli-f Victoria Cms." that,  although It is intrinsically on<. r,������ th*-"  most valueless of things. It Is not only  on*.- of th-a Ti.t s, coveted poj-"*r!������sionH  Hf-j has to ofT-jr, Hut It actually represents a money value more out of proportion to I'm cost than almost anything on e.?rth.  jVctually, It repr"s<-:n't.u. quite apart  from nil th.-- gt-irv I'f-sociatod with It.  a life tension of n commuted value of  nt least *������:00. Thus. In actual moH"y,  the simple cross of hron***;,. is !i3 vnlu-  ahlc as 37 crosses of gold of r-rjual  weight, anil its intrinsic! valu<> of less  than ii penny farthing js multiplied  more than  10.000 times.  It would so-em that thor-" Is some  mystic virtue In the Cross "for valor"  which confers on its wearers length of  days, I'or it is a. curious fact,that V. C.  men, having once dared death and escaped his clutches, like- pensioners, live  longer than their fellows.  Of tho m^n v.-ho won the- Cross in  the faraway fifties no fewer than ������4  arc living today, so- that all of the living men who are entitled to wear thc  Cross mor*> than two out of every flv<=  li.-i.vo lived to wear it for more than -10  yen is. Ryen of the band of B2 Oim-  fan heroes, who were decorated by tho  Queen in ffyde Park, on llu-20th of  June,   IS.1T, 'ii me ntill living.  i    f-ORD   CARDIGAN'S   GLASS  EYE  P,filtimorc   News;     A   curiosity   's  of  an   on  in   thc   window  {exhibited   hear   lhat   it wits" his   ilesln-   t"  meet | ijeian   jn   Washington  a  horn  rimmed  real  live Gali-Msm.   thai     If  might v pycglass.   witn   string attached, ,vcr:.'  hy Lord   CirQlsaii,  when   he   .ed   thr  iglil brigade   it the. ISalaclava-(hurgc.  learn by personal contact Galician  opinion ot the new land, il van seen  bv all prf'sent that he was it thorough  man who underHl^id th- reiniirem-iits  of his if-b. Courti-������.v- is Hi- first consideration of an Kdmonton audience  and there being no Galician present it.  was deemed eminently dttlng that Mr  Thomas Cairney should rise from his  chair, greet the Immigration oeent ef-  nature is sick  her hair   ���������  Wen a feller is out oi a job:  She's ail out of kilter an' out of repair  "W'en a feller is out of a job:  Ain't  no  juice  in   the   earth  an'   no  salt in  the sea.  Ain't no ginger in life ln this land of  the free.  An' the universe ain't what It's cracked up to bo  Wen a teller,Is out of a Job:  Wat's thi- xood of blue skies an'  of  bloe3omin treea  W'en a' fellor is out ot a Job:  W'en  your boy has patches on  both'  of his knees.  An' a feller la oat of a job.  Them  patches. I   say look au big to  your  eye  That they shut out lan'scapc an' cover  the  sky. "  An' the nun can't shine through  'em.  tho beat lt can try,  W'en a feller is out of a Job:  W'en a man has no part ln the work  of tho earth.  Wen a feller Is out of a job.  Ho feels the whole blunder-in' mistake  of  his  birth.  WVn a feller is out of a Job:  Ho feels he's no share in tho  whole  -;'     of the plan.  That he'a pot the mitten from -natur's  own han.'  That   he'a   a   rejected   an'     left-ovor  ��������������� man.  W'en a fellPr is out of a job.  For you've jest lost, holt with the rivit  of tho crowd  An'   you  feel  like a  dead  man   with  many a ahroud.  You're rrawlin aroun' but you're out  of the game:  You may hn'sHoaroim' but you're dead  just the name���������  Yer dead, with  no  tombstone to puff  up yer name.  W'en a feller la out of a .lob.  , ���������Sam .-Walter Fobb.   ���������  That morning' Lord Cardigan h-id  liroltcn the gl.us of the gold rim.ied  monocle he usually sported, and took  the other with him, as a snbn'-ittite.  It wns secured by his military secant  who gave It to a 'relative. At hi'i  death the eyeglnHH was sold with his  effects.  A GOOD MAN  Itoblin.  Hamilton Spectator : Itoblin. who  succeeds ITueh John as premier of  Manitoba, is a good man. tried nnd  true, in whoso public life can' be.found  nothing that it not honest and  straightforward.  We have heen passing through sea-  sonB^of ^great-extremeB.-'Extreme-heatT  such  as  we  had   in    May,     extreme  drought such as we had! in July,, and  extreme cold and rain as we have had  and are still getting new.   One would  naturally  think   that  this    was    the  proper  time  for a hard    winter and  deep snow, but on taking a backyard  glance at the winters that aro passed,  I cannot lome to that conclusion. What  I  have to say about the   weather Is  based upon the. experience of the lust  50 years," together with  what little I  could leani of tho experience of men  who ��������� have  long since    passed  away,  who were the acting men of thc first,  part of this century.      Some of our  ideas regarding the weather   are borrowed   from   thc   aborigines ',. ot  the  countft-, such as:    if wild fowl    are  I not   fat   It  denotes  a  long  and open  fall;     if  badgers are  poor lt moans  tho wimo:    if rats build largo houses  lt. donates stormy weather, etc.   This  fall ducfts and badgers arc not as fat  <ia - they   should   be,, in   fact  badgers  are poorer-than ever I  saw  thorn  in  my life timo.    If there is nnythinK in  these signs they all point to an easy,  mild   winter,  but what    1  rely  upon  moro  than  anything else  is  tho fact  that 8Qowlcs8 winters thnt 1 menioned  In my forecast of last fall, were never  followed by- a hard  winter.    The old  settlers "of the Red  River settlement  always said that thero was no danger  of a hard winter after a dry summer,  nor do I know of any hard winter succeeding u Hnowless one.    I can. recall  four such  winters and every time-tho  following, winter was not a hard one.  It may be Instructive and  interesting  to soy a few words about hard winters  The winter of 18K1-C2 was a hard one.  The winter of 1S79-80 was also a hard  r/ne but It had been preceded'by    one  snowloBK and  two very  mild winters.  The fame could he said of the winters  of 18S8 and' 1880. and.1890 and   1891.  T-uat  winter  was our  line. - snowless,  warm  winter, and   it  may he a  long  time liefore we get as "warm a winter  again, but It would be an unusual experience to sec it followed by ono of  eur very hard winters.   We may have  some   very   high   winds   as   we' had  22 years aco after the winters of no  '���������now, but high winds and intense cold  never go together.   The cold winter is  always a calm one, as it rarely blows  when the thermometer goes below 25.  The winter of 1886 and 1887 was hard  on stock because thc very cold weath-  ���������er   came  en  before    the   "'.wind. bad  'blown tho miow away.    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Ca.poto.wn,  Oct.   l9.r-Tho  llooi's  are  MORE CHINESE TROUBLE  Tho repairing  linemen   An  imperative movement is expected  the   garrisoned    posts within a wook. which will result either  in smashing tho robolllon or in glviug  It moro power.  wtill "tearing up  portions of  the mil-| kt>og   Qct  Jg  i-oiul, cutting the telegraph  aud  tele- tnck  w  robola  lnci.ea8cs   in  Canton.  Dhono wires,  cannot  leave  with  considerable  escort.    The  only  remedy seems to be to corral all tho " ������^0,;; 0ot. IS.���������It was announced  imi'ghoi'B and deport   them,    as   up- lost -evening by the Chineeo mlnUtoi-  jinrontly nono can be trusrtod.                | hero, Sir Chi Chen Lo FengHih that  In his speech  returning thimks tor Pfaco negotiations had already begun  ...          Cl   ���������, ,������������������.,,>���������n at Pekln.   It is supposed tho rcpresen-  tho sword of honor Sir Rotlvcm Hull- tftUv0g Qf UllBsIa l Rngllina    nna    th0  or  made  n   spirited  defence     ot   hia United   States   are   among;   those  en-  ���������Uralegy.    lie  said    that he  did  not gaged.    Prince Ching and    IA   Hung  believe  that    any    general   had  over Chang arc representing China ln    thc  faced  a situation so difficult as that c0$���������$������\t 0ct.   18.���������^ cuiuMo offl.  which confronted btm^'When*.. he land- Clal despatch from Pao-Ting fu, dated  ed at Capetown, without an army and October 13, says that; a force of cav-  wlth no hope of one for another seven a.lr7 un<lcr n French general has ar-  weoks or loaeer     "I found   Mafolcine rlvcd there'   When tWa "espateh waB  wcoks or longer.     1 round  Mafeking Bent tbe uriti8h and Germans in the  Mid   Kimberley   beleaguered   and   the satoo expedition were expected to ar-  main avenues across ' the    Free rive at any moment.  Jsorvaa'sj ���������:������������������o ���������  two  State,   Bethulie  Bridge  nnd   .,-. .-^~|  ���������font, in tho hands of the enemy, withj  Ladysmith   nearly   surrounded.     If   I; ,a���������_���������    ������,������������������  had waited  for the army    and  then'    London.  Oct.  19.���������The News,   from  advanced   on  have been at least li weeks beforo 1  ���������������"���������-;������������������    ---    ���������- -   --    -,-.-��������� .*������������������������,,..���������_.  have completely  overcome and  of Li Hung Chang and .Prince Ching  CHINESE ARROGANCE  ���������U2SSL. T^3S-*BS "SnSSr&SSS^  LAURIER'S CAMPAIGN  Closes in Ontario With  a  Successful  Meeting at Parktiill  Toronto, *Oct. * 22.���������Sir Wilfrid Laurier finished his tour of Ontario on  Saturday with a magnificent meeting  t Parkhlll. the last of the series  begun With a demonstration iu Toronto. Befove leaving London for  PaikbilL the premier had an Informal  reception in the Grand Trunk station  at which a great: crowd attended. At  Pnrkhill tho people camo In for miles  around and the meeting became a  demonstration. The premier's speech  was on the usual Hues and elicited the  greatest onthusiasm. Sir "Wilfrid left  for London after the meeting, and  returned on Sunday morning to Montreal where ho speaks on Monday  evening.  Mr. Fielding, who has also been  addressing meetings throughout the  tour at various points in Ontario and  '���������<2/l"aw>iiig splendid ' audiences, to  which-be bus told his story of tho  era of surpluses, wont east to Kingston on Saturday night and addrcssod  a magnificent meeting in the Interests  of Mr. Brltton.  James Sutherland was nomlnatod  Saturday for North Oxford. Mr.  Patterson, minister of customs, was  prosont and gave nu address In the  opera hoiiBO.  Montreal. Oct. 22.���������-Mayor Prefontaine was chosen ns tho Liberal candidate for ���������Terrebonne. Saturday.  CHARlTOfTlN LINE  WITH    THE    OLD   TIME    LIBERALS  "AGIN" THE GOVERNMENT.  could-have completely .uvvmuuu; ������.������  ���������  ���������.    -.   ���������  occupied Natal, aad what would -have as  practically  characteristically' arro-  heen the effect of that on European-  gant as  If It  were China    and    not  .Europe ie dictating terms. This des-  Icrlptlon applies with dual truth to  j the substance of . tbe circular. To  ' whatever' cause this attitude Is due  It la a bad; augury for the progress of  llritish people."  : o   MILLER REVIEWS CAMPAIGN  Pletcrmaritzbure.   Natal.   Oct.   18.��������� 1L '^o^ "^ch can not be fruit  General  Buller  was   today .pn������nted  ^������������������ Va has Seen taught her  CHINESE WAR OVER  with a sword of honor by tho Natal  ������ns.   In thanklne the donors for their Place.  gift  he made a  lengthy    speech     in.  which he replied to  his  critics.   Re-i    viewing early utaces of  the-war  bo. , L-rvTunt ��������� Vol" Walder-  said when he landed at Capetown he Pekln, Oct 22'^OUnt,��������� r^hc  was a senei-al -without an army, but see, commander of the allies, says ne  he did no��������� elleve a general with an regards the a^^^X  army ever faced so difficult a situa- pecta ,'to be recalled home. The nun  ih������ Hte army did not arrive until latere of the powers are not ready to  Timber 22���������d ?he most important m.et Prince Ching and U Hung; Chang  part the artillery and cavalry com- today, so the meeting will probabl.  ing last.   The auestlon was should he be adjourned.  remain still during these seven weeks?  o������������������r���������  Tf  he did  it  would    take  five i-veeks  A PROMINENT   BOXER'S   SUICIDE  Another Stalwart Liberal Comes Out  Against His Liberals.  Delhi. Oct. 22.���������At the Liberal-Conservative convention held here Saturday afternoon thc following resolution was passed :  "After,: reading .Mr. -John' Charlton's  address to' the"* electors of North Norfolk'and after being made conversant  with his personal convictions, as expressed and p.edged 'in private conversation to various people, we find  thatho is so In accordance with out  leaders in the matter of reciprocity of  tariffs, preferential trade, tho pressing need of retrenchment, the dan-  gerousness of the agitation in Quebec by certain members of parliament  and other; matters that it Is not necessary* for us to place a candidate in  ���������the field so long as he continues to  abide by his expressed opinions, of  which fact the executive committee  of this association shall be left to  judge  and   act: accordingly."  CONDENSED TELEGRAMS  Winnipeg, Oct. IU:        .  J. Kileen was Killed by ti train lu  Ottawa.  The SOtlrs rillo matches commenced at Klldonan range ycstcriiay.  Rnstus Warllold.' a negro, was taken  from a Kentucky Jail and lynched.  Former secretary John Sherman'  showed yesterday increasing signs of  weakness  Details of the Shnmrock II. construction in connexion with tho America cup challenge are announced.  Privates George, Jleado and Rouh-  ford, three rotuvniug Canadians from  South frlcn. were in Winnipeg yesterday.  E Colenuiii, Winnipeg. Is in custody  in Toronto, charged with passing  worthless  checks  011   merchants.  Thanksgiving, day W ohsorved  throughout Canada. Iu .* Toronto and  Ottawa military reviews wore hold.  ,T McNee Richmond's building In  Portage In I'ralrie wns only Rllfthtly  damaged by fire ������n the I-I**-*1*- inst.  Owing to a cold the pope was. not  permitted lo vlsii St. Peter's and  bless the French aud Italian pilgrims.  When   presented   with   a   sword   of  honor nt Capetown,  cr  made a spirited  strategy.  Emperor William has ���������'ollcvcd  Prince Hohenlohe rrom his olllcini  duties   ns   German   ohtiiicolloi'.  The  Yukon  telegraph    line  Is constructed   575   miles   north   of   Ques-  nello.    There is only 07 miles yet  to  bo built to complete thc work.  Tho Duke'of ' York    on hia'tour  Australia  will   be   accompanied  guard   of.   honor    embracing  branch of the British army.  In thc world's championship baseball series of games, Pittsburg and  Brooklyn have each won two games.  Today's is the deciding contest.  Theunis Botha, brother of General  Botha   has   surrendered  at  \olkrust.  Lord Roberts reports, under date of  thc 15th. a number of minor engagements. Sir Alfred Milner has arrived at Pretoria to,assume the governorship  of  the two colonies.  Paul..Kruger will not land at Mars-allies'.  Sir Rcdvcrs null-  defence    of   his  to  by a  every  more   to' advance    to    Bloemfontein.  What then would have been  the re-r  the  .......  .-._         __         v.    ,.   1 1-^,-n Shanghai,   Oct.   19.���������Following  ault.in Europe? At home ho had been odbof M  Pichon for the heads of  pelted with criticism by English ana Boxer leaders, comes thc news of  European papers.   They had been told galcl&e of General Kang Yi, "who  that  he   had   allowed   the   enemy-to one  of  thcse  v^OSe  dcath  was  declare his strategy and that he was demari(}pd by pichon and other min-  incapablc of perfecting plans he mane , ��������� chlna.               t<  before leaving England. But they had  o   not" told what was tho truth, namely,  that circumstances had arisen during  Wb  voyage  to Capetown.      H������_*h<J: . Mad_.d    0ct    22.-General   Weyler  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY  smmwimmmmmtmmwumwwmimmwmmmnHHB ..fy1.  THE MOLSONS BANK  3 7  INCOKI'ORATRD RV Act oi* Paut.iamknt, . I*ffi5.  HEAD OFHCE MONTREAL  Authoflzod Capital  Paid up Capital  Rnst Fund -  S2.50O.000  2.170,000  1,850,000  ���������4������4CORI HlRUt ED 187������  (  OIKEOTOItS:   W'M. Molson Maci'UKBSom, rresldent;  S.  11. Kwisc, Vico-Pre  W. M. UAMSAV.SAMUKL-. FINI.KV, nVNHV AHCHmAtn, J. P. CLKQilORH,  . _ H'._Ma(<kland Molsok.  JamkhEi.uot, General Manmycr.  dent  A general hanking business transacted,  rates.  Interest allowed at current;  J. D. MOLSON,  Makaukk, ISkvi-i.stokf, n.C.  ^UiWOi^4WUi^Ui^4jUiiiWiiUiWiUiUiiii^iiiUiUa4UMUi?  SIR   HIBBERT   DID   NOT  TELL ONE TENTH  CRISIS IN SPAIN  ,uB   *,������....������������������-  to Capetown  m^mmmWiW^  el tl sme undefhlm though he was caused a great deal of surprise  his  sen������r     He  had   begun   to   look cabinet has resigned ln protest.  upon his work In Natal as a forlorn . . ���������   - hone and he knew if he failed in Ins THE COAj_ gTRIKiS  flrst attempt-to relieve Ladysmith and,         ���������  lost him commission in South Africa..    HaZictcmi   pa.,   Oct.   19.���������About  The  800  (H****,!.    11,u,     -w������-  .   _  but thought that as he had taken on      i^atl'-,���������"'   T���������   -t-   ���������-_ .,  the last he was bound to see it carri-ad ������-r'ker8 made a descent on No. J  through." Ho was v^ry . glad he  becamo associated witb the most ?ral-  lant army and Sir Eveiyu Wood leading. General Buller paid tribute to  the conduct of all branches of the  servipe under him.   <,   PAUIj  PULIjS   HIS   FREIGHT  Liorenzo, Marquez. Oct. 19.���������Mr.Kru-'  ger was taken secretly on lioard' the |  rmtch : cruiser/ Gelderaud at 5 o'clock i  This vessel will take;  The reason  mine of G. B- Markle & company at  Oakdalo this morning and made an  effort to close the colliery. One man  was seriously hurt. One going to work  ���������was Bet upon by the strikers and  beaten and others were menaced.   The  I strikers claim they shut the mine  up but Information jrfven out at the  ! Markle   company's   office   Is that   the  '.mine will work.  Winnipeg, Oct. 20.���������H. C. Lisle, of  Dawson City, was in Winnipeg yesterday* on his way home to England.  Be goes tbere in connexion with business and Intends to return to Dawaon  in March.  - Mr. Lisle during his stay In the  city haa a very interesting conversation with a reporter with reference  to the condition of affairs ln  Yukon. Mr. Lisle said he had read1  the reports of Sir Hibbert Tupper's  speech at Brandon in regard to Yukon  matters. Sir Hibbert Tupper, he said,  has not stated one-tenth of what he  might truly have said* in regard to the  manner m .which ? the administration  of affairs has been conducted there  since the rush to the gold fields commenced.  Mr. Lisle Is an Englishman and  says he bas no particular interest In  Canadian politics, and he is therefore  able to give an unprejudiced opinion  in regard to the statements. He-'declares that the manner in which the  officials jiave acted and are still acting is simply shocking to any ono  accustomed to British ideas of government. The backdoor system which  hns prevailed there has been dlsgracr-  fm and unblushing.  CLYDE BUILT  this morning, 'i ais yessei ������u������ t.������"-1 j^^ Oct. 18.���������-Tt was announced  .Mr, Kruger to Holland The reason ^7'������Br0cl[ ���������lu be built by  -"given "for Kruger's embarttationww ������f ^������^1 oa tbe Clyde at Sy-  that he feared1 the Boers here, would ^ ������|" Jameson will bo In gen-  attaik  him.    The .feeling  of the Te- c���������������������������- ���������- ,.  fugeee gainst Kruger for fleeing from eial ^ge ^  tho country Is yjnJ*^*...** Utt  ^btr Jd������  anfl . t^e-DOw.   Shamrocks  POLITICS IN .ONTjVRIO  "Wlnnipeg.   Oct.   19.  A small boy living near Chater.  Man., was accidentally shot.  In an underground .railway accident in Paris 29 persons' wore injured.  King Albert of . Saxony's physical  ������llmont is Insurable.  Sir Arthur Sullivan Is dangerously  111 In Faris on his way to the Rlveria.  W. A. Morehouse' has been appointed 'postmaster, of Shefbfooke. ���������-'  The residence-" of- Yates .-brothers,  Candleboy,  waa destroyed  by flre.  The Dowager Empress Frederick's  condition   Is  temporarily  improved.  XV. F. Ballantyne .of Stratford was  accidentally killed by a gun discharge.  Am Indian and a haifbreed named  M-,?non are reported drowned ln the  "Winnipeg river.  Five men have been fined for shoot-  ine in the Dauphin district.  Superintendent James ot the C.P.R.  reports.that the strain yield in Manitoba is-looking up.  The steamer Rowena of Nova Scotia  has foundered and three seamen were  drowned.  Striking coal miners have closed  _ _ the Jeddo mine at Hazleton ,and in-  the|ju-ed a non-striker.  Indians of Burnt I_ake. Mich.; arc  homeless owing .to their _ land having  been sold for taxes.       ���������*- "���������"    " '  The police of Russia havo discovered explosives which, would have  wrecked the imperial ."train.  Private E. Merchant, of B squadron.  C.M.R., died at Johannesburg, on  October 12th.,of enteric fever.  The Briti ih In an attack on Jagers-  fontein, October 16th, lost 11 killed  and the Boers lost their commandant and'many others'killed.  Kruger, tearing the wrath of the  Boers, was> taken secretly.- on board  the Dutch cruiser Gelderand.  The Liberals of Queens and Sun-  bury have nominated A. S. "White, and  Carlton Liberals John McKellar. Mr.  Jos. Seagram was again selected by  NTth Waterloo - Conservatives. -Major  Pellatt is the second to decline the  Centre Toronto ' Conservative nomination.  In our Clothing Department, we are bettor prepared  this season to, please our customers than ever before. Thc  stock is new and up to.-da/te  in every particular, and the  styles are faultless.  Men's Suits $5. to 18.  Vouth's " 4. to 10.  Boy's '���������' 2.25 to 5.  Children's "2.        to   4.50  Men's Cloth Overcoats  - $5.       to 20.  Youth's Cloth Overcoats  ' -    $4.      to 13.  Hoy's Cloth Overcoats  ������3.     to 10.  Children's Cloth Overcoats    -  .    .     $2.50 to 5.  Pea Jackets of all kinds.  We have Fur Coats in  Wombat, Goat, Australian  Bear, Wallaby, Coon and Persian Lamb; also a beautiful  range of Fur Lined Coats.  Prices from $13 to $150.  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  /  McKenzie Ave,  RATE $1 oo PER DAY  I  CALGARY  The  Columbia  House.  Good accommodation,    A.   good ;t-*������r  well supplied   with choice win*-  Hquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Tratas-  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors  OF Q^NAOA  the governor's house-in a hired carriage accompanied -. by Mr." Hymann,  .the, governor, following in'a a private  " carriag^7T'TheiT-pan.y=Tdrove���������through  the customs.house'and embarked from  the customB house pier, instead of  from the passenger jetty: It is reported the Gelderand ���������wlll sail-tomorrow. '  across the Atlantic.  ��������� Q.-gA-ytRiSRtiAIK MAT COME.  Head Office.  Capital  Authorized,  Capital Paid Up,   - -  Rest, -    -  Toronto.  ��������� 52,500,000.00  $2,458,603.00.  $1,700,000.00  London, Oct 19.���������It Is reported that  Joseph Chamberlain, secretary of state  for the colon!**. I* projecting a visit  to the "Wost Indie* In order to pfr-  tng prflcy. - In the event oMhe colon-  HINQLING. AT .JAGBBSFONTBIN  into;Jagerstontein oP^H-'iifJ*~2*������i!  Mth M*Va*t ensued in the mon-  lnt. '- Oiir.-lods waa 11" killed.. - -The  ^rfllort-th-eir.wwamandant.-and OT  lrine4  PROROGUED  limdoii, Oct. 18.���������At a.meeting of  ,th������ Privy couhcil at Palmoral thlsa-���������  "Krfly-Kenny. despatched .a column, the Q������������^ Proro^e,,J^la,?ewlll    he  ^eKn������.W"c������,'^ich " ��������� ahould - ^������^i^\J2JZ  I  under.> Hughe* .  reach JageratcmteintcSday.'  .     .   .j-^"       ���������>-    ,r���������  ���������WESTBKN":"BOT3  RETURNING  . Toronto. Oct.. ,19.~A list of. 30  invalids.* Canudtana.-'*who dolled yes-!  terday from1'/Uverpool" for Canada. Include PrjVate'-,'G������Ojtrey"'W. Aaton, N.  xo   \f - p v . prfv&te C.-. C.' Thompson;  .Cal-1  XV. M.P.": -.Prt^te  Vancouver": f.'-Prfvate J  "Wlnnlpegf1'Private C. B. .NlWock  gary, and..Sergeant lingwom.-.'Vv'lnnl-.  THE IDAHO'S'PROGRESS  HallfiT.   Ovt-! '19.���������Tbe    transport  for assembly about the'toiddle of De-  ���������ee'mbet-".  ���������^���������^���������*��������� ���������-  A SECTION MAN KILLED  Kln&ton.   Oot   l8.���������Tho    outgoing  train on   the  Kingston'i & Pembroke  "-..'-������������������--.    .railway this morning struck" William  U Hammmnd,'; Sulck, a section matt, near Harrow-  Toronto, Oct. 22.���������Sir Wilfrid I_aurier  concluded his Ontario tour at Parkhill.  which was a demonstration. Mr.  Fielding also closed his successful tour  at Kingston. Sir "Wilfrid and Mr.  Fielding also closed his successful vtour  Fielding leave today for the Maritime  wovinces. Mr. W. It. Broclc was  nominated in Centre, Toronto by the  Conservatives. Mr. Kenip waa chosen  iti Eaat_ Toronto.,'_ Mr.. James .Sutherland" was Son>inat^i"tJy~the"IJlberal9"6f  North ��������� Oxford. Sir Charles ��������� .TupDer  addressed two ' meetings in Toronto.  Mayor Prefontaine .will run in Terrebonne and Dr. Sands haa dropped out  in Kingston. '   o '  THE. f NSPEAKABLE TURK AGAIN-  Paris. Oct. 22.���������A despatch-' from  Constantinople to the Petit Bleu says  that new and frightful massacres- of  Armenians have just occurred In the  district of Dirkbekir. . The .** Mussulmans < pfflaged. outraged and ' "killed  for five daya without Intervention by  tbe Turkish troops. -Eight -villages  have been total ly destroyed and ���������'��������� burned. "���������    ;      ���������'"     "  alx   persons   near  AVinnpleg,  Oct. 22:  Novelist Robert Buchanan is dyintr.  More' Armenian   massacres   are   reported from Armenia.  Lord Salisbury will visit the Quean  this^afteriooa.  A   tornado ,kill������d  Atlanta,. Georgia.  .  Marquis Ito's new cabinet for Jajxm  lBvonno-unced. _        .  -Former Secretary Sp*armo������ will not'  Hva_throughj_tpdg.3[^___.'       .        ��������� ' .'  Sir R. iW. Cameron," a~noted���������New.  York flnajacier.ydied in London.  The. United  States now* ranks next  to Great Britain in shipplnsr tonnage.  The new British minister, Sir Ernest  Satow, has reached Pekin.  Charloa Dudley v'Warn������r, the ,ftunoV3.  writcri"died at'rHsxtford.'Coan.  William Jolly, a.-prominent resident  ot puffertn county, Ontario, la dead.  The Bonera! opinion Ib that the big  miners' strike in Pennsylvania. iB about  o\-er, the men gaining. th������Ip. demaiidn.  DIRECTORS:  H.   S.   Howland,   President  T.R.Merrltt,Vlce-Pres,   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Stayner  Ellas Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES,.  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,      Edmonton,  Gelden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, ."Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: > _ ���������  Essex.   Fergus,   Gait,   Ingersoll,  LlBtowel,      Niagara. Falls,    Port  '   Cdborne, Rat'Portage, Sault Ste.  '   Marie, St Catherines, St.Thomas,  Toronto,    "Welland,     Woodstock,  Hamilton. ,  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank i)epartment���������Deposits  of $1 and 'upwards received and Interest  allowed. L  ������������������- Debentures���������Provincial,   Municipal,  and  other  debentures' purchased.  ~Drafti~ and^_I*tterB��������� of ^^Creau���������  Available  at  air points    ot  Canada,  United    Kingdom   ,   United    States,  Europe,   India,   China   .T<*F*i������ * Av������-  tralla, New Zealand etc*   ���������  Gold   purchased......    ,   ,   ���������'���������- ���������    .-  ' This  bank  Issues Special  Receipts  which will be accounted ��������� for at any  of the Hudson's  Bay  Co's  Posts  in  the Yukon and Northern districts.  .     . A. R. B. HEABN,  Maaofw Rovo-tatokit Brani-h.  P. burns &eor  ���������-���������- Wholesale and Retail Dealers.  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton. Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  eed and Sale Stable of tie Lardeau and.Tr ont Lake.  ...Siddle and. Pack  Horses, Always -  for Hire.  Fieighting and  ��������� Teaming a  Specialty. "  ,  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every niorniDg-at. - >clock  'lor Trout Lake.Oityi' -For particulars write', ���������     -������     -       .  '     '     \ CRAIG St HILIjMAN, Thomson's Landing-.  A   PICK-UP  smith, killing him Instantly.  SIR HIBBERT IN "HIS  OWN  - ..    STITUENCY.:    ���������  CON-  Plctou.   Oct. 18.*���������Thero was no uncertain sound In' Plctou -tonight-    Sir  -     ' ''--'"���������this  St. John, N.B.. Oct. 19.���������The steam  er City of Montleello* wliich    arrived  yesterday-.from   Yarmuoth   rescueil  a  seaman named Jonae,Stafford oil the  bottom of. the schooner Rowena,: nine  _.-ininatea of :a..Ne.wburgh, Netf York,  asylum overpowered the keeii-wn and  aac'aped from Um institution.  jV -$450,000' lire visited tlio transfer  district'* of - 9t." Paul, and four firemen  wero klfledL  H. F. Latham, u. llamitoo ticket  agent,.left thcrity short In his ae-  co-unts. "  Tlio body of R. Gordon; a namlltoo  Insurance agont wu wnabed asbore tn  Lake Ontario.  An affrcemont ha������ b������ien >each*d by  Germany :'.and V^Groat  : Britain , to    " -���������  ,*|  ably fnrhishod   with; the -choicest-"  ���������~tH"e"nTa>k"iet"'>lToi^.s7'^_Best^Win*9i7i  Liquors and dears.-   Largp, light  hedroom6. Rates. ��������� $L    a    day.  Alouthiy raU*.'  "'    '  act  TJ ������"'^ :ZWndian regiment   on;Charles' Hlhbert Tupper  arrived   thi  IS������2 ^vedai Cane Verde Islands; ei.eninB and was :met. at tbe stationb  b������'lTA- a=Sn^menPesarit"wiir take ; ^TjSm^se^ throng-V The.-Conserve  ph'?^L?!L^rt'The. ^ar- tiv^ WorklnKmen's--club"had prepared  todav  *   ��������� ������������������ to.-Mak^tno port:' The. ear-.; tlvts.W.orklngmenV'club ������ad Prepare"  ^W^>h^:H������S ^rive.*������������;a ration. _fuming, out ^ith-torches  IKS', nmi! u.i. -y.���������lw,   ... _.__  he Mondov-Oi-tober 29th.    It Is quite  probabl������ the transport will not arrive  before November lit.  < - ^.���������^i������������������~__  OBWET'S SURRENDER REPORTED  miles  mth  eaj*  of Point  Leprloux. J^S^mSiaS.  at 1 o'clock yesterday. ,   ������ro<? lodlan9 ure ln full blood council  in   Texas   and    are    detnadlng    thfclr  rlghta with Winchcgtero.  M:  K.  YoutTOy  A FRSB ADVERTISEMENT  THE MANITOBA CAMPAIGN  <fc ������**������>/-*"*"-"*������������������������������������ - -- ���������t.. - ,  an.<l .ttansparenc.ies..'' The :"Working-  mcn'B,club ledlUie-monster."procession  of -eltlaens; nuriil)erinj-300.0,-while'-rtbe  Btreetsii'were :-;"Hne<lJ wlth;-'"cheering  peojjle.": ^It was-'the grandest' political  reception- in the- history 'of the "country. k- - ��������� ' - ��������� : .���������' ���������"  la Market square Sir Charles Hib-  "u  >"--"**-    -       'hert spoke briefly, thanking the peo-  at.last surrendered to pie  for the  magnificent ovation  and  " "       "������ --i-������--���������_. ���������.-i.���������***i,������rt  Winnipeg. Oct. 19.^-The Liberals of  Winnipeg have selected Mbbert Mulr  asHheir candidate to contest the constituency against T. W. Taylor, the  government nominee for thc leglsla  ture.'   a   ANGLO-GERMAN  ALLIANCE  I>ond"n. Oct. 22.���������From reports re-  cdvori fr"tri Pr-,it.orla by Lewes' aeen-  clc������ It I* irnncnlly helieved that Gen  eral ii'W h"������ at .last surrendered t.   ,,.^   .���������   the Brtt'th.    on  the strength  of tho; especially  the Workin^men  who  had  "���������~ market were organleed   the  affair,   carrying   it   to  | such splendid success.    He spoke on  renort   ���������"><<ii������-i-'lns <.n tho  llrmer all round.   -  . London. Oct 22.���������London papers,  without exception express their  deilght with' the prospect of aa Anglo-  German alliance.  Russia, Austria and Italy have as-  sented to the' terms of the Attglo-  German declaration.  Washington, . Oct. 22.*���������The. move  for an alliance between Britain itad  ������������������rmany gives satisfaction hei������.  NETHFjULAN-OS   RAILWAY  the prospects of the party ln the  West as pointing to tho triumph of  the Conservatives. He referred to the  Wo-Un Oot 10 ��������� Rpfrrrinn' to the' debate with Sifton at Brandon and  ���������tM int^Moo of Ore��������� TH-Maln to said '.that- whatever the Grit press  loT^te th������ Netherlands railway in! might say. It waa a grand success for.  ^h" TrV������������������������������' the Vofwiehe -Wt>Hun? the Conservative party,  lava- "We.t>nve nn doubt that Gor-I Ho left the: party ��������� in Brandon  in"v   win   ^erwticnllv   protect  the  fectly, PatisHcd with thc   results  A  RAILWAY WRECK  per-  and  Intsrosts of the German stockholders." Confi^rvntlves hore are jubilant.  Bellfont. Pa.. Oct. 2i.���������Four men  | were killed outright and one will die  from* injuries as a result of a wreck  yesterday afternoon on the Pennsylvania, railroad* at Bald -Eagle creek.  Ar empty coal train'* going west;tan  tn cr a cov*. and the engine and 12  oars wc'    completely demoljpbed.      ...   _ _   waa found guilty ot  being a,principal .in,the.Goebel, murdor  and* glvon a lifts'sentence." '  The Prince    of   Wal-es taught,  Mra.  Comwallls     West,    (Lady     Randolph  Churchill) a severe leason in courtesy.  A   band   of  150    Indiana,    north    of  Asasaiz, aro said to be starving, owing;  to a failure mcropa and-the. salmon.;:' ;  Major; "WHllarna'who haa ;be������n   tn  the  hopitat for' some    time. In , South'  Africa.'la again on duty.  Lord arethuen has occupied Zerust.  and captured.animals and stores. The'.  Idaho witb the Canadians was at Capo  Verdo'.-.last Thursday. \ Oom Paul has  sailed''for Holland., Emperor "William  Has proclaimed his pleasure that  Britain has the Boer republics, and no  aid' is'- expected '���������'��������� from that quarter, by  Kraccr.   : o   OUR MOTTOi i  ���������"BU8INES3  19  BUSINBBB."  TARTS, SUA IR, flrFTON A CO..  Wholoaale and Retail Jobbers:  ��������� Doalars In Franchises,' Mining  Claims.; and ; Rallwa>"������;' Blec-  tloOB Bought and Sold; Tariff  tinkers and ' Dealers In Unredeemed Pledges, Btc. A few  rem nan ta of; .conscience . and  moral'brlc a' brae for private  ���������������������������������������   , **  "No Credit Given  ; to   Opposition  Flnnai. . -   .'  <  CASH FOR VOTES  Tendera- Let on Good Terms.  (This prominent flrin.In,in,dlffl-  cultlca   and   may -collapse   at  any time now).   '  CANADIAN    PACIFIC  AND SOO LIRE.  ROBERT SAMSON  STILL CONTINUES TO OPERATE FIRST-CLASS  SLEEPERS ON ALL  TRAINS FROM REVEL-:  STOKE ANO KOOTENAY  LANDING  Wood Dealer  and Drayman  Drotae aad delivery wort ���������  ty.     Teoau almrs nm&r on  Contro������ta fnr; lohMac  SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN  Also Tom ist Cars 'passing  Dunmore Junction, Daily for  St. Paul, .Saturdays for "Mon  treal ������n'<I Boston. IVrondays  and Thur.-tlays for Toronto.  Same curs pass Ttovolstoke one  day earlier.  REVELSTOKE  li(0N WORKS  J.lacksmithiug,   Jobbing,   -  Plumbing,  Pipe Fitting,',,  Tinsraithing;  Sheet Irda-i-  "Work,    Machinery    Ke-  paircd. ,  '.." .. "-'"���������' .'  jMiiung    Work    a   Spedaky  ' Rsveist������k'e.' ���������"'������ .>' i t -'r;  1  ,.H  ���������\\  GRBAT. CAPACITT  The .Kind Lady���������As I -right in. ascribing your downfall to rum?  . The Persistent Perlpathetic���������Lady.I  guess not.' 'It le might se'dom 'I (rtt  ���������fenough at one time to make d������ ������all  d*|T������.--;  ���������/���������"-  Ufo of     the    Famous   CoinposGr     is  Nearing an End  New York. Oct. 19.���������Sir Arthur Sullivan.'is'In Paris in charge of t-vro attendants. He Is on Ids way to the  Riviera but was' compelled -by extreme  weakness; to Btop.;. for. rest.1. To some  friends he expressed, himself as sure  that* ho should -never: e: able 'to return  to England, realizing his caso was  past helping. An eminent phj-sician  concurred on 'the invalid's condition  and said he..was doomed to an early  : d������ath. ":.'���������'  No trouble  to quote rates  and give you a pointer rdgar-.}  tting   the   Eastern    frip.:you'���������  ciniieiupIjUf! taking. "'.'���������'  Fail and Wider Schedule now Effective'  Voi-Tiiue-f������bIeo. R'.-te?. aod full inij. ,.���������.',  fiiriiiatinn call'on or address nearestjtjntlferta^ltig' and Embalming  local RRent. or ... _"-'       -*--'������������������  T. A. BRAOSUAW. A������e������t. Revelstoke  W  F. AKDcRSOK E. P. COYLE  TP.A.   .... A.G.P.A.  neisw.Q. C. V������KWIV!1,'B C*  - - .  " "-*-r,7������  vriv-i:  R. Howsoti & Co.,  UJlCKjEIHZ ate. V ^ A$ .\^%ri#*to,Jt;+tU*i-fr1f  jJj^t.XUlUtmxX..  ���������jjfc4aj^*,i'irAu4  5     *a������f-\V>- VIIX T  fr  f  fr  t  i  i  Prescriptions!  Our !*re-������>rlpiion Department Is mi*  equniU'.I tor tho cure unit skill with  wuieb our prescriptions are prepared.  n> parry ft larne stock of the Purest of  Ilrug* nml Ohc-mii-als.  -Deliveries   made to nny part of tho  City.  Night Bell on Door.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  KKVKI.STOKK  i  *  ***  *************************  Coming Events.  Nov. 1.���������Benefit concert nml duni-i  iindiT imsiiiccs nf K. nt' P. mill B. of H  It. TrniiiiiiKii. in opera house.  Local and   General  News  Up ������������������!! polling- day or until further notice  ;;-,*��������� r.-i:ii!.-ir nii;;.ti:.p: 'if the Liberal Con-  s;:v.-.:.v*; Awosi.'.lion w*il be held every  *. ���������.'.,.-t**'~av evar.mE o: S o k m their  - -cm-: i.i :h* OdiliUk-v.- H.ill Thc  I'l.j.incii.'v jrf M-nafjing Committees and  t'.is Can'.m ttoe ci:: ti:'.' Voters Lists will  mcc*. a: ihe same place and hour every  Mon l.iy and Sa'.urday.  thy rv  *mf       fy  66  TAYLOR & GEORGE.  THE  LATH JAMKS Oll.r. .t CO  'S     PINKERTON    GUILTY?  iM.  at  lo   attend   I'oiirl.  on   the   attempted  El Presidente Cigars at Brown's.  ���������A full line of children;**' furs nt  K. Lmvsnns.  Porto   Rico   Cigars,   5   fcr 50c.  Brown's Tobacco Store.  ��������� Lndii'S nnd children':* combination  mils nt M. K. Laws-mis.  ��������� Watch for all the Intesl. Imoks at  the Ciiiuidii Drug & Book Co.  A.   Johnson,    proprietor    of      the  JIkhald. is away on   :i   business visit  I.) Cilgaevil. K. Sinvth and H. B.   StoneX   nre  ,-.way nn a limiting trip into   the   hills  nfli-i- Cariboo.  -Get anything vou require in Photo  gnnrls. Cnifierasaiid Chemicals ut   the  l.'aiiaihi Drug it Book (Jo.  Knnu-nnv Lodge. A. P. & A. M. will  pimideto church at St. Peter's next  .Sunday morning.  Mrs. Gihlions of Port Moody is on a  visit lo bee daughter, Mrs. Hugh  Smyth nf lhis p'.ace.  ��������� Toiiioreiuv is the last Saturday half-  imlidav foe the employes in theC. P.  It. .-hops till May Ist.  H. L. Lovefing calne in from Winni  lu-g on Wednesday  here   as   witness  liimdi-r case.  ���������Flat to Kent.-���������suitable fur a small  fainilv. iiver the Emporium Parlors  .McKenzie Avenue. Apply to AI. K.  L-iw.-on,  (.'live Phillipps Wooley has accepted the Conservative, noiiiination in  Nanaimo or ' rather as it should he  (.-('Hull Vancouver district.  ... -iLiulv wants position us housekeep-  ���������er to gentlemen.    Good cook,  highest  refertrlices.      Address.   *'C" .. HICHA1.D,  Itcvelstokc, B.G.  The Inriil hue appeared in all tlie  glory of barristers' wigs at. the Snpeeine  l.'iini't yesterday for the first time. In  the great admiration of nil  beholders.  ��������� Lost���������1111 umbrella from the Conservative con unit I e rooms on Wedne.s-  d.-iv evening last. Finder please rut urn  t< 1 "the HkbaLD oflice. .  .11. XV. Northey of Kossland. and  Kev. Mr. Misener'of Salmon Arm, both  well iirqmiinted in Revelstoke. are  j-eeoveiiiig from recent severe illnesses.  Now is vour chance to make appoint-  .ments      for    sittings.      Photographic-  si ndio will he open   foe a. short   time.  Dull wentlier   no    hindrance.     R. H.  Tbukmas.  The Dept- of the Interior is putting  the Big Eddy mill site across the river,  lhat is lots 1. 2. 3 and 4, sections 02 ami  SI. Tp.'Jft, Ratine 2. up to tenclei nt an  upset price of $500 per acre.  Mgr. Fiilconio, the papal ablegate to  Canada, came in on Wednesday morning from Vancouver and went south.  His Excellency was accompanied liy  Kishop Donteuwell and Rev. Father  Thayer.  The Gold Range Lodge of t.he K. of  P. indii'ged in a. farewell supper ancl  impromptu concert in their loclgerooin  on Wednesday night- in honor of  Chancellor-Commander \V. Mathers,  who is leaving town.  "Turn Him Out" the farce selected^  ~for~lhe���������r^iu'ri-aiilt^lienVfitr^enlertaiii-  meiil on Nov. 1st, will be presented by  a i-rfSl consisting of Miss Nellie Dunne,  Miss Vina Coleman and Messrs. T. H.  Dunne, C. J. AY'ilke- and G.I_. Grognn.  J. H. Hawthointlnvaite of Nanaimo,  ���������who many will reinemlii r as one of the  1 hitf spenkei-s -it Ralph Smil h's meeting hue last May. lias been severely  injured by- a blow in the nlidnmen  from llie pole of a buggy in wliich he  was driving.  The Roman armour used hy the  French TlieatieCo. in iIih'u-production  of Quo Vndis. which ihey played here  l.i.-t night, has bfOii mi view in the  window of the Canada Drug tc Book  Co's store for the pasi couple of days  a id attracted coiisidei-alile   attention,  ���������The Cash Bazaar are shewing 11  verv tine line of ladies' underwear al  inoiiei-ale prices'. Also shewing a  beautiful line of furs and eiderdown  fin- cliildiens'"iM-ii|.. and a veiy nice  janpeof ladies' underskirts. These  goods tire all new and up to date.  The deputy sheriff sold at {'anihoi-no  and on the trail up to the mine on  Mnndav between 4!) and 50 tons nf  Ilealrie'e ore. csiiinnled lo average $IVJ  pee ton for SS75. 'J'lie Koott-nay L11111-  iver   Co.   were    the purchasers. A  ��������� piaiuiiv of mining tools went for  853>.  Oho. 13. McLaughlin and A. Stewart  of Kduionton. who own a mica mine,  at the lie.-ul of Canoe River, have done  considerable development, work this  sreason and Inve 11 fpiantity of mica  dressed and ready for shipment. Tliey  propose to ret m-n I'.'ivlv next, spring  and ship their mica by flat, boat down  the-Canoe River and Columbia to  Revelstoke.  It is wilh feelings or tlie very  ravest responsibility thatthe Hkkald  cut 11 res to express an opinion thai  insl.ice has miscarried in t.liu cise of  ).is. Pinkerlon, sentenced this morn-  ng to a term of three years imprisonment, for stealing gold out the sluice  box on the Revelstoke. This is a  serious si a lenient foe a neu'spapei'to  miiiu'. Inn the II Klt.U.n feels I hut. il  would lie failing in its duty, if ii  allowed a possibly innocent man to  Miller I hi.s heavy punishment witliote  ,-t protest. Om opinion is shared by a  very large proportion of llm.se win  weie in court yesterday and heard tin  1 rial. The lllSHAl.l) feels that, thi.-  Iieing the case, il should not lie allowed  lo siiti.d ulniie in its protest but  that some concerled action should lie  taken hy nil, who are of its opinion,  whereby Ihewi-oug, which wc consider  has been cli.ne, may he righted.  Smoke thc famous El Presidente  PRACTICALLY MURDERED  Gallant Men's Deaths Due to the Emergency Rations.  In a private letter to friend received  in Ottawa on the 1-tth instant, Lieu-  tunant E, "W. B. Morrison writes of  llie emergency food as follows;  "It is very sad about young Boidun;  he was agallant ollicer, and would have  heen mentioned in despatches il' he had  lived. j*s you say, the event will soften  lhe teeling against, the Minister on the  emergency rations scandal, lint it was  a disgraceful thing for all lhat. To  give a soldier a useless emergency  ration is like throwing a useless life-  pi eservei' lo a sinking man. The ration  is never opened, except in a cases of  great, extremity, such us liie 2.">ih of  July, when we made a Torced mareli of  21 miles to Balmoral in hitter cold. We  had started before daylighlwith hardly  any breakfast, and got iu at dusk in a  pouring cold rain.  The transport convoy got mired in 11  spi-uil some uiiles'cait, and the. whole  arinv had nothing to cat. except its  emergent:)' ration. We had none, as we  had found' the Canadian lot was completely useless; and left* " the' boxes  unpacked at Ue Aar. An ii nicer and live  men in mir division died from exposure  thai night, and I don't kneiw how many  more ihronghoul. the army. ���������- None of  our buttery died, but seven nre in the  Hospital al Pretoria .from the effects  of I hat night. The whole ration even  to the box and label, was so cheap and  nasty tlint- "e thought it had been  given to the contingent by some firm  ,-lsii cheap ml. We never imagined it  was a Government affair until we saw  the row in the papers."  A Searching  Test.  In these Days of Hurry  and Rush thc Medicines you  Use should be ofthe Highest  Grade, and Absolutely Pure.  Our test* (.QnvhuiO ns that Ive  nre sflliiiK the ������W Finest  Ciriiileuf iior- linl'ii'Siu the  llie innrki'l. Our vnliiiuu of  tni'le id vox us CSF~ fresh  supplies of urnrutlmii; in our  line m frequent. Intervals,  anil you luu-e the advantage  here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  TAYLOR BLOCK.  .McKenzie Avc  fc?;J  m  w  Great Bargains  In Glothing  Men's All Wool Tweed Suits  Regular Prices, $8, $io, 16  Cut to $4, $6, $8  PANTS  Men's all Wool, Serge and Tweed  n s.  REGULAR PRlCE-?2-  CUT TO-,i oo-$i 50-  -?3-and $4  ���������.$2.  NECKWEAR  Men's Beautiful Silk Ties  REGULAR   PRICE���������50c-Coc���������75c-and ?i 00  CUT TO���������20c. each.  ******+***+*+**+++"**.M.+***  ���������*     ' ��������� ������  ������ We Repair....... ������  WATCHES  CLOCKS,  mid all kinds of Jewellery  7f tlio work is not siUlsractorj' we  refund your money.  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  nnd Miami Uy our gmiriintuo.  W11 nlsiienrryiv i:<iod line of Wnlches  nnd Jewellery, which we dispose of M  moderate prlees.  EM. ALLUM,  The Lending  Wutelitniikei- nnd Jeweler.  HATS  REGULAR PRICE���������$1 50���������$2 00���������$2 50���������$3 00���������.*->3 7s��������� $4 00  CUT TO-$i 00���������$1 50���������$2 oo-$3 00-$3 25  We are also giving a CaSh Discount of 20 per  eent. off all our BOOTS and SHOES  The Wide-Awake Business Men,  McKenzie  Avenue.  A Dainty Timepiece  The lone, delieiite elmlii is the correct mljuu'et for ii  llaiuty Tune 1'ieie, find Is usuiil  in mi many other  ways you enn't nfford to be without one,  Weofferspeefal hnrpiinsin the-.e fash humble ehnins  ���������    either with or without the watch.  GUY BARBER, Watchmaker and Jeweller  ������ 1       Mackenzie Aveniiu.  Snaps in  Hardware  A lonk into our Ton or Twentv-rlvo  Cent window will astonish vou "as to  } values.  No shop worn ponds,   all  up-to-dilte  wlio the prices cut iu two.  JJon't miss the eliance to (jet a  Guraey Art Souvenir  Heater  Prices���������Rock  Bottom  \.W. M. Lawrence  .KBIVATK  I Hardware. Tinware, Stoves,  I'ainKi. OIN and lllnss.  I iOSf~j\|,"-'nt for Hamilton 1'owder Co.  Red Hose Decree mcKts nbcouil and fourth  Fridays of each  niontlij   White Kimo lifKrt-������i '  meets llrstl-ridny of each iiionlli.ln Oddfellow ������'  Hull.   Visltlui: briltllren wek'onif.  W.M..MATHKRS,  fc-eeretury,  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1C58.  -���������iciinlar iiic<!(Iiik<i Are held In the  Oddfellow's Hull oh tlio Third Friday of cacti month, at 8 p.m. sharp  Visiting W-etliren cordially lnv'    -  died  TIKIS. STEEIi, \\.\t.  Court   Mt,  Begbie  I. O. F., No. 3461.  Meets In the Oddfellows' Hnll.on ilie second  Mid fourlh .Mondays of  I'ni'li month. VlsltliiK  brethren Invited to ������t.  tend.  H. It. ATKIXfj. u. W.MITCH l*:i.I.,  Clitcf ltanyer. Hec.-Scc.  Gold Ranpc Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  JMi'i'ts t'vci'v Wodncsilnv in  OililtVllnu-s' Hull nt SoVfotk  Visitintf Knights invili-d.  Wm. .Mathkwb. 0. O.  :    ;   :   ���������'    'I- Havaciu. K.'ov Jl'. & S."  THE   FRED   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  THE GOVERNMENT RECORD  Would You Have Voted For It in 1896?  (Toronto Mail und Umpire.)  SupiiosK that in 1S00 Lnmii-i' iind  iiiiuU' 11 sp-ech like this to tin; i-U'cioi-  nti*, wiitild you lmve voted for his  (.'iindid.itt's:  "lieiitleuieii.���������\Ve propose to iimki*  gre.it refni-His. Your taxes nre lo  i'mht: We shall increase them hy $12.-  500D.000.  "The Tupper governiiient hnve spent  hut !i'-iO,73t'.S5S "this year: We --hall  Kraduallvadd to the expenditures until  tliey reai-li S5i;512.a������ in 18������������B..  "The debt is   nl together   too  =\ve-slinllVul-������l*$S;000,OOa-to-icr-  "We have  too   many   markets  shall refuse apreference in the  market: we  HATS  HATS m  HATS  Trimmed and  Untrimmed  The best assortment of Trimmed  and Untrimmed Hats iu lhe  City.   Call and iuspeet before  ���������  purchasing.  Misses Shepard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      o.v_:i  '<?/^^A:-^',i^*^^'^-������'";*^'^*5''^.'^^-^-'^"*5i  m  m  m  On and after this diito our prices for Cut Firewood will   he  ns   follows:  81 00 Per Coi'd at Mill  >2.00 Per Cord Delivered  Managing Director.  PRICES CUT FOR CASK.  FRED ROBINSON. "���������"  Lnriru and U'ull U:(thiotl  Sninplc '\ouins   Heated hy lint Air nnd Klut*trif  Bolls and I.ij;ht tn every room  Free Tlu������ Moot** All Trains  ItL-ti-oniiblc l!������ite*<    ^..^COTJiiXj  TICTORIA^.  -     JOHN V. l-MSKKS. I'iiophibtoh.  2-*r'i^lit Grill'i<'..*ir.i''ii r-.nnceiion for the Cionvenienee of i-iue-it.s  Hourly Street (nr  Uetwecn Hotel nnd Station  ^������v������Qsft@Bc������9 I.Co  OH.OSI2STC3-  OTJT  SALE   GOODS AT YOUR OWN  PRICES  "EVERYTHING MUST GO  M,  &������  NOW ON AT  K. LAWSON'S  Iiflackenzie Ave.  L. A.  FRETZ  small; I  we  Brili.-h  hull give the Yankees all  tliey want in mil' market su that their  tarilif against us must lie kept np. and  we shail induce, the Germans to pat 11  disi'i-iiniiiatiii}? tariff upon Canadian  products, that the United States may  have 1 hat-market exclusively.  "You are paying   far   tn   little    tor TXT  your coal oil; we shall sell out   our   oil j J AS.    X.      W OODROW  iiiduslrv to the Standard oil monopoly '  Contractor  and Builder  Houses and Stores to Rent  and For Sale.  Talking About It  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches   We have tho name of makiu'jr  the only Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for durr.lillity and qunllir  Ihey also o:iceI.  .TRY ONE  RS. WILSON  ' Next' the McCarty Block. \  HEADACHE  WAFERS  Arc a s)ii'."ily. certain - a'nd  niTis cure tor Headm-lii's oi'  all origin:*., wln-ilic. sit-k,  I'ilinus, niTViiiin or livsiei-  ic.-il;.nl-!ii ,-i -j������rt*iil. relief for  Neuralgia.  WH l*>KBP',\KK TFIH.M  " We     u-5 liy   Sl.111.lnrd  Oheiiiii'iiU."    I licrelnie     wo  11'.'lll rccoiiiiiienil them.  PHfCli in-. PHI*? J30X  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  ftiij-iil PRliiinl of Mines, London.    Seven vears  111.  Morfn   Works,  .Swansea.     17   years   Chief  Chemist   lo W'iftan Coal and  Iron Co.,   KnV  I.ate I'heinlKt and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  All nature is smilini? iind Kav���������       :  hhoulil you po liiintlni; today:  And .shoot bi'Kood luck,  Hear, Deer, I'artridije or nuck, -   -'  I ciiii niouni'emfornioderate jiav.  H;W. EDWARDS, Taxidermist  __^,?'h,r'*1 Street, Kevelsioke, Ii. C.  Jff-1'. O. Ilox���������l.'i.  ������IVK YOU TKETII ATTENTION  When Ihey Ilrst need it, before', ther  Biro yon naln, thereby avoldfiiK neeil-  lesssnlTerinir and nsssnrliiK more soils-  lac-lory and iiermnneni work, ami at lcsi  cost, ihau If left until the loiter stages  rgess,  Dentist,  m  Taylor lllock.  .cl  rf; 011 are tiill-unjr of a Fall  Suit, we want to do a little  talking, too. -   -  Our New Goods are Just in  f:0 we are iiitfi'fsted. and ive  th in k we can interest you by  showing ihem'.  Elesrant Suiting for Fall,  Mens' Furni>hing*s, etc. Come  in and see them.  J. B. CRESSMAN  MACKKXZIK A \\EXUK.  w  ,iSS-.  #  REVELSTOKE  and will thus raise lhe price  six to ten runts 11 gallon  liy   from !  "RTJTCHKR  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   AI!ord.:rs promptly filled.  -In  and I\ inK.->ireet*-������  Quo Vadis at the Opera House.  The French Theatre Co." have shown  lime inree nipht*. The company is  first class. On Tntsday "Tim Cheorful  Liar," on Wednesday -'.Iiist* Before thu  Duvvn." and last night "Quo Vadis"  were tbe pieces presented. The production of the last drama was h striking  success and the scenes of the hurtling  1 if Rome and lhe atnpitheatrc ������vere  most effective and the audience was  fairly carried off its feet hy the  ���������spectacle, combined with the artistic  ac-tinff of the company. To-nipht " The  Silver K'lifr." a well known and very  poweifnl drama will close the Kevelstoke engagement of the company. ,/  ,     ���������*���������..--. '* .- .���������������������������-���������������������������������   Billiard   Room   in   Connection1-1 with  BfO-K-n's Tobucco Store.  ���������The idea of stmiclitig.by (Jrent Brit-1  -    ���������        .:   1   ,,f o.iuw   l<   -ilwiuil       if   Retail Dealer in���������  am 111 {leriods ot crisis   is   ,in������uni.      ������������������  trouble   arises.   Mid   the     Empire    i-i  Ihi-eiituned. we shall refuse to  help   in j  Imperial defence until we are forced lo  net. anil, il'we do act, wu   shall   notify  llie Queen not to-look upon our action  as a prci client.  "The 'i'niies pruve loo little to railway  corpora tions; we shall introduce ������<>-  lietweens' in take comracts anil p'.i.'Uel  the difference between the amount, the  contrai'tor charges ami llie lai'Rer  jiinoiii.t Ih.il we:ib.ill pay.  "llie elections (jive li o rniich anxietv  to the people; we shall see t hut, lhe  hallotl.oxes are duly stuffed, thus  ri;liiivin������ you of the necessity ol- forming a iu'il-i'iiiei'il. on public affairs.  "Out- friends have been   Ion({  out   111  tli<-cold, we   shall   warm    them    with  die   according to their deserts;   I.he  To Housekeepers  ������&- Now is llie   time  to   pn'i   iu   vour  WlntL*r'sMi|ijily of  "Veg-etables  at r'ensiinnble prices.   Tlie (roods afe  lirst class and include  POTATOES. TURNIPS,  CARROTS  BEETS, ONIONS. PARSNIPS,  Also for .sale about -10 tons of  S. D. CROWLE,  ocn-:::;i  llfcvelstokc. P.O.  rorn-r I)o..El.i     RgyK>_g?0KE, K.G  ***************** I.*******.  J EDISON'S  I STANDARD  t PHONOGRAPH  t)(ift(l  Toronto Globe shall be ({ranted a coal  mine it. does not earn, and f.ulhlul  politicians shall make iiioncy. even out  of the food of our soldiers."  If this had been the announced pro-  "iamine, would yon have suppo.ted  it?  PENDRAGON  HOTEL���������^^  CAMBORNE, B.C.     .   .  Hcadnuftrterit for the Visli liiver  Mining District.  Camborne is situated at the conflui'.iiM of  n.ili Kiver and Pool CTtek and fi within easy  diatar.ee of the raines ol the rich camp.  FIRST CLASS ACC0W1M0DATI0K  JJie Bar.is .supplied with Ana-class "Wines,  Tliquorsanrl Cigars.  M. M. HUCHANAN      :      :      Proprietor.  ��������� : JBB^*Addicas Comborne via ComapUs.  With all rh** inr^^t improvements  ��������� will t'lki* unii ri'pr'Kluo-e rocor'l*i.  "'���������r-orflur, KcproMticcr. V.rr^ Hor"  Tapphirn, Khuvfnir Knifo. Knr  Tuht:-. ilnnvls Ilfif'r l-irii������h. Oil  Of������,n���������tiNn iiitlf it t]07.cv records and  hot'kH of In-ifrijction.  G.J. AM AN  **************************  "���������PROVINCIAL SKOItETAUY'S. ���������  OPFICK  liis IIiniDiir the I ieiitenaiil-Coiernor Iia*  heen idei^ed to niiike thu following ai.l.oim-  inentN :���������  nth Sejileniher". IIKH-  John I). f-Ililjald. of the c'llv of lievulsinl't',  Ksqn.iv, I'olli e -Mn^Kiiiiii-. fo hold :l* ���������'-muJI  IlehK IJoilrl for lhe Mild Citv nnd ivilhin n-  radin-, nf I.i .��������� Ile-i theieinim, vice H. S.  Coursier, lC--c|iilre.  l'.'lh Si'iiieniber l'.N'(l  1-'. C'.-l'-iiniiiior, of Nahn-ii, K.-t|illrt>,'t���������������" Ins:'.���������  .Stipendiary .MiiKi-.triitc,  (.ioveriuneiu ^ueiu. ,  .  A>*-i'-tiint C'oin.iiihsioner ��������� of Land* und  Worlcs,  .\Mxessnr and Colleetor niider the "As-se.s���������  iiii.'iil Act." 1 ��������� .  (lollei'tor of Ite-ven'ne Tax.       .   .  lli.-sTfricl    Kegitlrar  of   IlirthV, Deallm   and  -Murriii-^es,  um.I  Iti'ldsirnr under the "Miirriane An," for the  lie\el-.toke JMvf.-icm of We-n Kootenav ;  Hold r:oniiiil-:v|oner lor the HevelHtokc,  lllei-lllewai'l, hiii'dean ami Trout I.nkc iini  inn n'i\-i-ion>;  Clerk of ihe I'eace forllie Conntv of. Kootenay. and .j.  Iiisirln Ki'Ki-lrnrnltlH* Itevelstoke HecMlry'  01 ihesiipreine l.'ouri, vice II. N. CoiirMer,  Ksiinin.',  WalterScolt. of Illeeillewaet, Inquire. .1. P.,  lo be Minin-i; liei order unit  Colleetorof Kuvcinu* Tax for the Ar'ro vLoke  Mining l)lvj->fon. and :l  riovlneiiil l'oliee Uonstalile,' vice V. ti.  Fauquier, li-"i|iiire, IranMerreri 10   Kevel-toke.  Uiihert.Ariiistronn. of Illecillewaet, JC.-qnire  to l,c'.MInliii: lleeonler und  I'olleetor of itc.veiino'lax for tho Illt'rilb:-  wnet Mining Divi.-ion, vice Walter Siott,  ICsqiiire, IranKferred to .\akns)i.  '  NOTICE  N'olii'.e is hereby civun that one mouth after  danSol .eeord 1 iniend to iijitdy to the .Ohiuf  CoinniisHioner of I.umls and \\ nrlis to inirelmnii  8liaercs_of_land I n.t he.diM rid of.W'e.M ICnotenny,-  "iiehcrihed its follow*-.: Coinineiieiiifral a. po-*t,  niarl.ed ' Alexlinder Green, North-eait corner"  placed on the West hank of lmno'an -itlVei-.  adjoininp; punt marked "Samuel I.uflman,"  about fificen chains South of the junction*,*.!  UiuiFnii Kiver nml thuWest Fork, I hence South  forty (In) chains, thence west twciitvfjujchains,  thenco North forty (-III) chain.-i, tlieiieir Kast  twenty (-20) ehnins to place ol (.omincurcnieiu.  Pa ted at Vest Fork, Dnncan 111 ver, B.C., <her  iol h day of Si'iitember, 190(1.  oclllMinll- .   A'r.EXANHKIt GKEKX."'  NOTICE UNDER  THE   "CREDITORS' TRUST DEEDS ACT.'.  m  TIIK.  CIIY EXPRESS  K. W. Ti. I'AGKT, I'roji.  I'rom[.I. delivery of jinrceln, hnggagc, etc., lo  any partof the Uity.  Any Kind of Transferring:  Undertaken0  All orders left at K. M. Kmylhc's Tobaeeo  Store, or by Telephone No. 7JKB will receive  pfotnpt c.ttontl.011.  :..LOTS FROM $150 UP..1  -ON   EASY   TERMS-  <4f4f4r4444-**4l4(������4Hf������*44*-**'<H*-**-*  f  IP  ���������^*&-  B. H. MAYNE,,.  Notary Public and, Insurance Agent.  ������!S'������;S'(S'������lS!l  Its all Right  Xotiofe Is hereby Riven that" Wffllam'M.  Lawrenec of the town of Kcveli-toke, In the-  rriiviiiro of Hriti.'-h Columbia, Hardware  Merchant, has made an -as-tigntneiit 10 me.  .lames Henry A.shdown, of the C'ity of  \Mnnlpeir, in tl������j l'rovlnec of -Maiiitohn,  Wholesale llanlivuru -Merelianf, for the benelit  of his creditors..  The Haiti deed bcai's dale the 18th day nt  September, A\ 1).. l'joo, and wan executed bv  Hie Mild Jainex Henry '.Ulidown 011 the 'tut  duy of September, A.D. I'.HXI.  ilated at lViiiHi|le������, thin.25th day of September, A.Ii., l&KJ. '  J. II. ASHDOWN',  oct2-lm-liiis ��������� Trustee.  To Rent.  House, situated liearthc t-iovernmentOfllee.  Apply at thc Hkkald ofllee.  HO. PARSON  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Providing you me   iiatrciiiizin'K ,  the Ste.im Laundry.  We need yoiu- support. Do we  merit it? Come now let us  l-cason together. Can you give  us any just reason why wu  should not,do yoitviritshing?  F. BUK131,  Proprietor. Telephone -42.  Liguor  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B. C*  -!)���������  i  1  ,/���������  w  W  i|  1/ -  l,$  lit  W  jh.

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