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 ���������''   Vol. IV.    No.  86  REVELSTOKE; B.    C., <       FHIDAY,    NOVEMBER 9, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  h'-  tj  m  I*  i  C. B. HUME  &C0.  Feather  Weight  Christy's  Browil and  Black s  "  Very Latest Styles.  Soft Hats  In Soft Hats  we have the  Latest oh  the Market.  'Klhaki*  JCjLEITS. , o.  are now tlid  sellers.  come And see them.  MACKINAW  CLOTHING  . ,  We handle only,,the..  "   .V--V,,- .CARR'S' Mackinaw  They 'are'acknowledged the.-  Best.^'.Jiyery.   garment"; is.  guaranteetP^ ��������� - :.',    ~T.  QUEBEC ON TOP.  Ontario     Holds   up  the  servative Banner  E m-********-******^***-****-**-.      &M*M*&Mt*&Ke>+iWtWM*.PlW^  Con-  MARITIME   PROVINCES    FLOP  Sir Charles Tupper, Foster nnd Hugh  ..John Defeated.��������� Tl.e While Laurier  Cabinet Returned.���������Davin Loses his  Scat,���������OKv:r Holds his own.���������Ralph  Smith a Winner.���������Victoria Remains  Staunch. ���������Dewdney Down in New  Westminster.  The returns tn date give, t.he Laurier  government u victory '>>' 47' majority  with Algom i������ Chieoutimi, Gaspe,  Yale-Cariboo; Burrard,' Nipi-sing ye.  Id poll nntl some points' sLill t������ hear  from.- The Conservative g.iins nre 29,  of which over 20 nro in Ontario. The  Liberals Ruined SO seats mostly in  Quebec nnd the Maritime provinces.  The results liy provinces are:-  Con.    Lib.    Ind,  . 33       1  m   .  :i   ���������  1       2  ������  13  .   4  1       1  122      4'  Sir Charles Tupper i--. defeated in  Cape Breton, Blair beat Foster in St.  John's and Sifton won Brandon  against Hugh John .Macdonald. Pi ii r  and E-irle held Victoria liy a good  majority, Aiilny Morrison' boat Dewdney in New Westliiinsrer'and"Ralph  Smith won Vancouver riding.  In Alberta Oliver beat Bennett ; in  Western Assiniboia Il.ivin was defeated by Scott, and Lake won Eastern  Assiniboia from Douglas, his Liberal  opponent.; Davis, Lib., beat Speiicc,  Con., in Saskatchewan. Manitoba  l'etiii'iied Conservatives in Provencher,  Selkirk. Maolonald and Marquette.  Kii'h.iid.-oii Ind... won. I.isgar'fi oui the  M might Laurier candidate and Pill lee.  Labor, walketl over E. D. Martin Ind.  Lib. iu Winnipeg by a large   majority.  ���������X3<S������<������Xi>������������������XS>^<9������S^^ ������S������SSXSSXSsXj������Xs^^  <y      ���������*> '  *&������..*&*.  y<^^^^^^r^K^^^^'4p^^'^>^'^^ %������  N. XV. T   ... 1'  Manitoba      . . .   or  New Brunswick ....  ... 5  Nova Scotia   ... 4  P. E. I   ... 1  British Columbia   ..-  ... 2  ... 77 .  Prompt  Delivery  Is the second consider*  atiotl in our GROCERY  Trade. Quality - is the  First always.  You nii5S many good things  ���������you don't save as much.  as you might, if you fail. to  send us your grocery order.  Come before the Best  are Picked Out  t.,t���������Xll���������t.,i���������n.,|,������t,������jrl,4,4.4,^^���������i..i..>������<.4.������  C. B. Hume & Co,  If you want help iii deciding about the new  Suit or Costume you are planning1* we invite you  to visit our Dress Goods Section and  look over the.' different materials,  seeing for yourself the varying  weights, textures and surfaces. It  will give you the best idea obtainable  of, the merits of the different pieces,  and we will be happy to have you  :-:ma/ke;,use. of our immense stock in this  : vway.;!-'. EVery prevailing1 shade and  - '��������� every different stylish > fabric will be  found here, guaranteed in &ye> and of the inest  weave and finish, so that you may place entire  confidence ih the quality ofthe goods;  ������������������ ONTARIO- 112 MEMIJIOHS.  Adtlingtoii���������J W B-'ll, con.  Algoina���������No election.  Both'weli���������D A Gordon, lib."     v  Brant S.���������O B Heyd, lib'.' ���������  ���������  Biockville���������Culb.'i 1, con.     ���������    1    .    ���������  Bruce, E.���������II. C.irgill, run.  Bruce, N.���������tl.iioi I!, lib       ....  Bruce, W-���������John Toliiiie.'lib.  Uai dwell���������Johnson, iiiii.  Carleton���������Kidd. eon.  Cornwall and Storiuoiit--R A Pringle  eon. ,  Dnndas���������A Brodeiir, eon.  Dmhaiii, E-���������II A Ward. con.  Durham,' W.���������11 Beitb, lib.  Elgin,-TC.���������A.B 1 iif^i-titn, con.  Elgin, W;.���������A D MrGuig.ui.tlih.  Ess-ex. N.'���������R F Sutherland,1 lib.  Esoex, S.���������M K Oowan, lib.  Frontenae- H Calvin, con." i  Glengarry���������J T Hi-hell, lib.  Grenville, S.���������D'r J.D Iieid,,cpn.    _v  G'rey.'E^T,S Spriiule,' con.   ''.  jt   :;..,:  ,;Grev. Nj'-E H'HoftjtfJ'litf     'V ���������  v ;  jGr'ev'i Si���������Rich'u'rdsdli'.'crin.    ��������� '  - Haldiiiiaiidaiid Mpnck���������A T ^lioniD,-  Barkei,  -W B Northrop, con.  son, lib.'   ���������;������������������������������������-   "',.),,'    .   :,...  ���������Haltim���������D Henderson, eon.  Hamilton���������F O Bi nee and S  con.  Hastings, E  Hastings, N.���������A W Carscallen. con.  Hastings W.���������H Corby, t:on.  Huron, li.���������P McDaedonald, lib.  Huron,' S.���������MtMillan. bb.  Huron, VV'.���������li Uolui"s,.lib.  Kent-rG Steven's', lib.  Kingston���������B M Britttui, lib.  LanihU'in. E.���������-Oliver Simmon-, con.  Laitilitiin.'VV.���������T J Johnston, lib.  LanarKVN:���������B Rosamond, con. ,  Lanark'.:S.��������� Haggart, con..  Leeds-Granville, N���������J R Lavelle. con  Leeds,������.���������G Taylor, eon.  Lennox���������J. Wilson, con'.  '  Liricolu'and Xiugara���������E'A Lancaster,  con. '   " ���������"'���������"-     :  London���������OS Hyiuan, lib.  Midctlenex, E.���������J Giluiour, con.  Middlesex, N.���������J Sherritt. con.  Middlesex, S.���������M McUugan. lib.  1 Middlesex, VV.���������Ualvert, lib.  ��������� Muskoka and Parry Sound���������G Mc-  Cormack, con. ;-  Nipissilig���������Election postponed.  Norfolk,   N.���������J   Charlton, ' lib.,   declamation.  Norfolk, 3.��������� XV Tisdale. con.  Northumberland,.. XV.���������3 B  McColl,  lib.       . ��������� .  Northumberland, , E-���������E.  Cochrane.  con.     v  Ontario, N,���������McLean, con.  Ontario, R-���������W. ROsS, lib.  Ontario, W.���������RolIih,. con.  Ottawa���������1 conservative, 1 liberal.  Oxford, N.���������J Sutherland, lib.    t   '  Oxford, S.���������SirR Cartwright; lib.  Peel���������R Blain, con.  Perth, N.���������A F McLaren, con.  Perth, S.���������D K Erlvlih. -  Peterboro', E.���������J Lang, lib. .  Peterboro'. XV.���������Kendry, con.';  Prescott��������� 1'ioulx, lib.  Prince Edward���������G O Alcorn, con.  Renfrew, N.���������T Muckie, lib.  Renfrew, S.���������A A Wright, lib. ,t  Rusnell���������W C Edwards' lib. -  Sinicne, E.���������G Chew, lib.  Siriicoe, N.-L G McCarthy, ind.  Simco'.*, S.���������H L'lnnox, ctin.  OS  OS  ���������Aiixiniia to equip themselves or pei haps in hiis(<������ bonu.se of the suddenly cooler Aventher  we atiqgest si visit 10 our Special Departmenta where a. most extetthive arid, worthily  styli.-lt iirray of  Fashionable Fall Costumes and Stylish Coats.  Tailor Made Skirts and Dainty Shirt "Waists,  Beautiful Millinery, Exquisite Furs  ������������������ind all tho otlwr noedlu'ls in tlie way'of Shoes," Vests,  Gloves:  Warmor Underwear  Etc .' auait v'inir inspectioti.     Ytm" am  pick  them o.ut today and have them home and-  retidy to wear !iy night. '"     ��������� /;        ���������'   '  . In our Men's Store we are .fallowing an unjisually high class stock of  Dyer coats, Siiitp, Hat-s, ^Furnishing-s^ Etc.  anU'^nierV-r^qVisites from which", a'coinpT^te wardrobe-'oarii [he .chosen 'if j desired. ' All-  n'eed-i iirMen's aft'ei Bp\s' .Wear can-be purchased here on shortest!".' otice'at,lowest pri  rices  "! Worthy. Styles in-New'-'Fali^"Gloves;.-;  If thi'ie'is one nl.U'i'in Kfvel-loke wh"i-e ynu can be sure of fjeltinp; good Gloves, that, place is this Store.  These come in ns Ironi the Bei-l Glove Makers we. know of, and belli}; made of c'lrefiiliy selected materials wu  t an ������11.u.mice every pair 10 yive t-atit-faeloi'V Wear. ������  Bargains in Feather- Boas.  low  prices  offered.   They're  a thorough  s  ��������� W K Brock, con.  ���������A E Kemp, con.  ,-KF  Clarke and  If yon aie sti'-eeiitible to <oM come and irei one of these Htilis at the  'pioti-ctionaiiil al-o very ������nft and bi:coiniii|j in appearance.  I Big Rediiotions in Flannels and Blankets  Sat in day's biiMiitis in Blankets and Flannels was disappointing lo ns.       We wanted higher palt;.������. but t lie wet  weather iiit"rfernd.    Now we want to make np for it. on  Saturday  and would   like  yon lo help ns  : .Very. Fine Jackets for $4;25--!S  Alt  Thi- i-fl'i-r mean- a grateful for those who come early enough to profit byit.    Wo advise yon to be very prompt  indeed if you are Jacket' Uiinlin^, and we feel coiifldeut that one of these Coats would please you.      "        ....  Children's "Woollen Undervestz  for  Saturday  belling; scan   over them and decide to buy  while  the  pi ice aclvan-  ;s.  XVe emphasize the<e values  tufje is all in your favor.  il Mieses' Jackets.  Misses' Jackets I  We have a Clo.ik Slock that-uould do cretlil to much larger places Ihan Kevelstoke. Our Cloak- Mini favor  wiib ilie best, and most critiral dresser.-, ivhilv onr prices are just as ple.isiii); to tlioaii   who  spend their money  "ejiiefiilly.        '  . ' - /. ���������"'������������������   1 ."...���������      .        .. ; '������������������.'��������� , .      '  Cotton and Flannelette Goods  The-e are the home need-t that everyr.ne requires, as 11 con-equence every one will he interested in the suvinsr  bai gain price.- we prnuiise-lor tlic-bajant eJof this week. They will make a big difference in the cost if you use  n"iaiiy yurds at a time of these staple.Roods.' ���������       ��������� ��������� (  OURN  General������Merch ants  Revelstoke, B.C.  w\9&p&M^**jm*'.*'-S'i&&*p&* 2  Toronto, ,C  Toronto, E.  Toronto, W.���������K F Clarke and K B  Osier, con.  Victoria, N.���������Hughes, e m.  Victoiia, S.���������A Vroomati, con.  Waterloo, X.���������J 15 Seagram, con.  Waterloo, S.--G A Clare, con.  Welland���������W M (iermiin. lib.  Wellington, C���������.1 McGowan, con.  Wellington, N.��������� Toi ten, con.  ���������Wellington, S���������(j tit brie, lib.  AVentworth and X. Brant���������W Pater-  son, lib.  Wentworlh, S.���������K D Stiiilh, con.  York, K.���������W F .Maclean, con.  York, N.���������W Mulock. lib.  Yoik, W.---X C Wallace, con.  NOVA SCOTIA���������20 MKMRKK.S.  ' 'Annapolis���������F B Wade, lib.  " Aiitigonish���������C F Mclsaac, lib.  Cape ' Breton ��������� Dr Kendal and A.  Johnson,.lib.  Colchester���������S 15 Gourlay, con.  Cu 111 her land���������Logan, lib.  Digliy   A .1 Copp, lib.  Ouysbtiro���������D C Fi-aser, lib.  1 Hilfiras���������W Roach, lib.; R L'Borden,  con.    '  Hants���������B Russell, lib.  Inverness���������A MacL.'iinan. lib.  '   King's-FW Borden, lib.  Lunenburg���������0 K Kaulbach, con.  Pictou���������Sir C H Tupper and A C  Bell, con.  Richmond���������Mathis.in, lib.  Shclhurnc and Queen's���������Hon. W. S.  Fielding.  Yarmouth���������C on 1 ing, con.  Victoria���������Hon. W Jtoss, lib.  "   .imiTIfSII   COLUMBIA���������6 MEMBKKS.  "Burratd���������^-No'elfction.  New .Wcsiiiiinster���������A!ulay Morrison  liberal.     "   .'.       ,k     .    '  '-  Vancouver���������Ralph Smith, lib -labor,  250 inaj.  ���������' Vicrorii���������T.'Earle and E. G. Prior,  cons., 200 inaj.  Yale and Cariboo���������Xo election.  .new BUU^'s^Y:cK���������14 members.  Albert���������W. J. Le.wis, lib.  Carleton���������F.  Hale, con.  Charlotte���������tO. XV. Gaming, con.  Gloucester���������Turgeon, lib.  Kent���������O. J. Leblnne,'lib.  King's���������Fowler, con.  Northumberland���������J. Robinson, "con.  llestigouche���������J. Reid, lib.     - ''.  St. John City���������Hon. A. G. Blair,  lib., 1037  muj.  St. John City and Cuunty���������Col.  Tucker, lib.  ��������� Sunbury and Queen's II. D. "Wilmot,  con.  Westmoreland���������H. lt. Emerson, lib  .- Victoria���������J R Costigan, lib., ace.  York���������McLeod, con.  .MANITOBA���������7 MEMIiUItS.  Brandon���������Hon. Clifford Sifton, lib.,  300 inaj.  Lisg.ir���������R L Richardson, ind. lib.  Macdonald���������X Boyd, con.  Marquette���������Roche, con.  Provencher���������A A C TjiiRiviere, con.  Selkirk���������Haslam, con.  Winnipeg���������Puttee,   ind., 1100 inaj.  I\ E. ISLAND���������5 MEMBERS.  King's���������J J Hughes, lib.  Prince, E���������A A Lefurgy, con.  Prince, W���������B D MeLellan, lib.  Queen's", E���������D Mclvinnon, lib, '���������"��������� ���������  ���������Queen's,'W-^-Sir Jj.H Diivies, lib.' i  .   -..   >\ w. t.���������4 memubks? \/   ' .  ' AlheVta-i-F OHver,'HU *���������''.' "  -���������^A'ssi'nibriia^E-^lT^ike, con.     1  .Assiniboia,'Wi���������Scott, lib.- > *i    ��������� '  '���������Saskatchewan^���������Davis,-lib.  QUEBEC���������C5  MEMBERS.  Argenteuil���������F Christie, lib.  Bagot���������J E Marcile, lib.  Bitauue���������J Godbout, lib.  Beauharnois���������Loy, lib.  '    Bellechasse���������O E" Talbot, lib. .  Berthier���������J E Archambault, lib.  Boii'iventure���������Marcii. lib.  Brome.���������Hon. S. A. Fisher, lib.  Chnnibly -and Vercheres���������Victor  G'e.ofl'rion,' lib.  Champlain���������Kosseau, lib.  Charlovoix���������Anqera, lib.  Chateauguay���������J P Brown, lib.  Cliicoutimi���������No election..  Conipton���������R II Pope, ton"  Dorchester���������J B Morin, con.  Driimmond and Arthaliasca���������J L������-  vergiie, lib.', accliiruatiotu  Gasp.e���������Xo election.        ���������������������������-..  Hochelaga���������J A G MJidorp," lib.  Iftintingilon ��������� W S Maclaren. lib.  Jacques Cartier -F D Monk, con. ��������� ���������  Joliette���������C Ba/.inet, lib.  Kamouraska���������H G Can oil, lib.  Labelle���������fi Boura>n, lib.  Laprairie and Naiiiervillc���������D lionet,  lib. , '  .    '       -  D'Assomption���������C I.aurie'r, lib.  Laval���������T Fortin, lib.  Levis���������S Df'iners,- lib.   -.  , :L'Islet-A M De'tMieno. lib.. -        "    . '-  ..Lotbiiiiere���������Foi tier. lib.^..  Maifconneuve���������R Prefontaine, lib.,  207 majority. .���������' .���������������������������,,  ' Maskinonge���������J H Legris, lib.  Me'gantic���������G.-orges Turcot, lib. -.  ��������� Missiscjuoi���������D B Meigs, lib.  Montcalm���������F 6 Di'igas, lib. .  Montrnagny���������P G Maitineau, lib.  Montmoiency���������T C Casgrain, con.  Montreal���������  St. Anne's���������D Gallary, lib.  St. Antoine���������F G Roddick, con.  St. James���������Desmnrais, lib.  St. Lawrence��������� R Bickerdike, lib.  -   St,  Marys���������Hon.  J  I Tarte,  lib.,  1000 majority.  Xicolet���������Ball, con.  Pontiac���������T Murray, lib.  Portneiif���������Delisle. lib.  tittelicc Centre���������A Malouinr lib.  Quebec  Fast���������Sir W   Laurier,   lib.������-  3(xx) majority.  Quebec West���������Hon R R Dohell, lib.  Quebec County���������Hon. C Fitzpatrick,  lib.. 1000 majority.  Richelieu���������A A Bruneau, lib.  Richmond a;v.l Wolfe���������K \V Tobin,  lib.  Rimouski���������J A Ros������, lib.  Rouville���������L P Brodeur, lib.  St. IIyiicinthe���������Bernier, lib.  St. John'sand Iberville��������� Derners, lib.-  ShefTord   C H Pannelee, lib.  Sherbrookt;���������J Mcintosh, con.  Soulauges���������A Bonrbonnais, lib.  Slanstead���������Henry Lovell. lib.  Temiscoutn���������C A Gauvreiiu, lib.  Terrabonne.���������R. Profentaine, lib.  Three  Rivers   and    St.    Maurice������������������  Buieau, lib.  Two Mountains-J A C Ethier.  Vaudrcuil���������II S Harwood. lib.  Wright���������L X Champagne, lib.  Yamaskat���������Dr Migneault, lib.  lib.  NETTIE L ORE  Awarded a Diploma by the Internationals  Jury-at the Paris Exposition.  A.   H.   Holdich.   secretary,   of    the'  Great    Western   Mines, | Ltd,,   is   in  receipt of the   following  letter  from-  the seci clary of the Canadian  exhibit.- .  The coiniiuiuicaiinn speaks for itself :  Paris. 1st September, 1900.  Dear Sir.���������I have much pleasure  by ���������  order of the Canadian  Commission tn-  advise   you   that   the     International  Jury at. the Paris Universal Exhibition  has awarded the Dominion of Canada,  for a collective exhibit of minerals,'of  whicli your exhibit of silver ore formed  an importaut'p.irl. a Grand  Prix 'Dip-  Ionia   and   you   will -be   entitled   -to'  receive a e'npy.til the award.  I beg to remain.      '     '_���������   "  Yours truly: ���������  --   -  ��������� "��������� ' -  Aug. -JDupiut,    'j  Great Western Co.. Secretary.  Revelstoke. B.C.  THE LARDEAU LINE.  at-  Survey   Party now on   the   Ground  Arrowhead to Locate thc Road. -  A   party   of   surveyors   under Cthe  couimand of F.   M.   Y'oung,   assistant  district engineer   of  the construction  depailment,    left    Robson    Monday  night  for   Arrowhead, .their mission  heing to locate   the   Lardeau   railway' -  through from -Trout Lake  tn- Arrowhead.-    The   line   is  already   located"  from   Argenta   to" Trout  Lake   -and -  twelve or fourteen miles of grade were."  built   in   1 SOO, but  contrary toexpec-'  tation nothing was done this   year ,as-~-  hinl    been     promised     by     president -  Shaughnessy.       Why   this    location  party is being sent into   the. Laitleau-  wilh winter coining on is known   only  to the head oflice staff, hue it   will..lie"  regarded a.s an indication that tbe 10ml ->  is to go ahead at a much   earlier   date '  than whs looked for.     At any. rate the' '  people of Lardeau will be delighted  to'  learn that the C. P. R. is taking action  ���������ig-iin.     The  country is regarded as a-  cotuing mining section,  but   the  conditions   are  such   that   the    initieral'-  propositions cannot hecorne lar^e pro--  ducers without better  transportation  facilities   than   are   afloided    by   the"  ti ails they now   possess.���������Xelson  Tri-'  bune.      '      ."     "        '","��������� ' V",",.1 "r '  .FISHRlVERCAiyipy;^  ;  Progress  tuid^ Prospects, oi .Mining'jg>'  This Promising: District,  (from oiir "own corrcsjxmtlint)' ���������    '"''*���������  , Fiph Rivek. Xov. 5.���������The   Imperint-  Developuient Syndicate of Nelson have'  obtained options on several  free  milling properties on Lexington Mountain.-  among which   aie   the' Eva, Imperial-  and Mackintosh groups.     It it understood  that  the  same   Company  haB*  bonded the Clara group "owned   hy B..  E. Grove, for $15,000, wilh n   substantial cash payment. ��������� '      '  W. H. Jackson is doing a lot of work   '  on the three properties,   Black' Bear,.  Wide   West   and   Eclipse,    which ho"  purchased during the  summer  and it'  is reported that he has   taken   options*  on   the   Alma   and   Daffodil   groups.-  Mr.   Jackson    has    displayed    great  judgment   and   business   nccumen   in  his investments and   it  may   be   pie-'  dieted   that,   if  there ever is a silver-'  lead mine in the district, he will   hnvo- '  it. ...  Everybody here is discussing thw  rich free milling discovery recently  made on the Criterion, one. of tho*  claims adjoining thc Imperial Syndicate's purchases and an eye witness ���������  assures ine that tbe coarse gold is'  ���������jilainly visible all through ������. small  fissjn-e vein abirit three feet wide.  J. A. M.igee has built a cabin and-,  will work his promising copper pio- ���������'  perty, lhe Copper Dollar. ,  Alba Heywood Company.  The Alba Ueywood company put up'  a rattling good show bere on   Tuesday  evening   in   the   opera   bouso.       Thu'  versatile   Alba   Heywood   is   a whole'  show in himself. ,   His impersonations-  of Dennis Mtidd, the pessimist.  Josiah  Allen's wife and a  Kid   and-his  initiations  of  a  steam    calliope   and   n  phonograph were capital and kept the  audience   in   fits   of   laughter.       Tho-  comedy     was   interspersed   by   somo'  wonderfully   good     violin   and   'cello-  playing by Miss Gertrude Monroe and'  Gustave Ulrirh and iliss Eruilie Cole's-  charming   singing       Mr.    Heywood'1  promises    Revelstoke"  anotber  visit'  next year and he.can reckon on a burn--  per house next time.  ���������i '- '/��������� c  ���������Jose Ma Garcia cigars, one week .������V>  cost.    Brown's tobacco store.   " k������?3M xjjt-i itav* iiihjiirCJ." 1.* .'J������-3������iiV  Revelstoke   Herald  Published In the Interests ot  Baretatofce, LarUeau, Big Bend, Trout  Lake, llllclllewaet, Albert Canyon.  Jordan     Pass     and      Eagle  Pass Districts.  Jk.   JOHNSON PROPRIETOR  A Seml-Weeldy Journal, published  In the (nteresta of Revelstoke and  the surrounding districts. Tuesdays and Fridays, making closest  connections with all train?.  Advertising R&tee; Display ads.,  U.50 per Inch, single eolumn, ?2.00 per  tech wtien Inserted on title page.  Legal ads., 10 cento per inch (nonpa-  rtel) line for first Insertion; 5 cents  for emch additional Insertion. Reading  ��������� ootlces, 10 centa per line each issue.  Birth. Marrlace and Death notices,  free.  Subscription P.ates: By mall or  ������airler. $8-00 per annum; 11.25 for six  months, strictly in. advance.  Our Job Department. THE HERALD  Job Department Is one of tha best  equipped printing offices In West  JCootenay. and la prepared lo execute  all kinds of printing In flrst-claaa  style at honest prices. Ono price to  all. No Job too large���������none too  small���������for ua. Mail orders promptly  attended to. Cre us a trial on your  utsrt order.  To Correspondents: We In vile correspondence on any subject of Interest to the general public, and desire  a reliable correspondent in every locality (surrounding Revelstoke. In all  cases the bona tide name of the  writer muse accompany manuscript,  but not necessarily for publication.  Address all communlc.itions  REVE1STOKB  HKRALD.  THE LIBERAL REVOLT  Kevor wcvo bright prospects so  comiiletely shuttered in so short order  ns have ucen those ot the triumphant  Liberalism ot JS'.M'i. Ay with those who  in private life parade superior virtue,  thc lofty professions ot thc party  when In opposition were found to be  hut n. cloak hiding the rapacious disposition of tho manipulators of the  Liberal machine who no sooner found  thomselvos In power than���������as Peter  Mitcliel said ot tho earlier ofllelal  onrcer of llie party���������they inaugurated  a. system of corruption that for extent, ami boldness stands unparalleled  in the history of govern merit, under  Brilish constitution. No wonder that,  the respectable Liberals, thc men  whose mimes gave respectability and  strength to the party of office-raiders  whom they masked, join in Indignant  protests from end to entl ot Canada.  Stripped of the support ot tho holiest element ot the Liberal party, liow  is it possible for the l-iurier-1'arle  combination to win? .If they should  win. and continue un their career  without, the restraints Imposed hy the  upright men hitherto within thn  parly, but. who cau support Us leaders no longer, what, n prospect of  public depredation opens before the  country.  The Liberals ol' tht; George Krown  Alexander Mackenzie and Edward  Bliikn type are not found following  l^inrler and  Tarte.  Notice to Correspondents.  1. AU correspondence must be legibly written or. one side of the paper  only. .   .  2. Correspondence containing personal raatter must be signed with the  proper name of the writer.  J. Correspondence with reference  to anything that has appeared In  another paper must flrst bo offered republication to that paper beforo It  can aw>ear in THF. HERALD.  IlKI-'UltK   AND  SIN'CK  LJBKP.At,  RULE  WOMAN AND HOME.  A CLAIMANT  FOI1  THE  POSITION   OF  FIRST "REAL DAUGHTER.".  Woman's Itlulier KducaitlaB ��������� Her  *Worlc la Tui-Ui?> ��������� Curt*ii ������C BCev  Crase ��������� Xkrlii������*l|il������*M VemuA Cuokl.  Tkcr CtBdui't ��������� Sheep llaiiofc.  Miss .Tane 5Iort.ui oC Salisbury, Vt., i*  the lirst "real daughter" of Etlinn Allen chapter, Daughters of the American  Revolution ot Middlohury, Vt. Sho wns  initiated early in tlie yonr 1S98 and at  the age ot Oti still ivlainn her mental and  bodily facilities to a remarkable extent.  She was born nt Middlrhnro, Mnss., and  came to Vermont with her pnrenLs in!807.  Miss Morton's father was Captain .'lohu  Morton, born in Massachusetts in 17G3.  He fought through the Revolution, together with two brothers, and was ut the  burning of New Bedford In .1781. In 180T  Captain Morton moved from Mitidleboro,  Mass., to Salisbury, Vt.   Her* he organ-'  Toi al expenditure for the iiwcti! year  fnili">r .lime 'L.O. 1896, the last year of  Coliserv.'illw rule. 5141,702,383; for the  llseal .war ending June 30, 1803, the  total expenditure was, *02,713,SlO; esti-  m.'M etl expenditure for tbo current  lifc'eal year ?,"R,::12,527.  SIR   CHARLES   TUPPER    AT   LINDSAY  ���������'Speaking at Ma-?.-������y hall, the other  evening. Sir "Wilfrid J.aurier had d<i-  rlared that he. was never found swimming with the stream; he was always  guided by principle and stood firmly  by his convictions in all times anil  places. Such a statement. Sir Charles  Tupper said, showed that the premier  was lost to truth and fact. lfe. Sir  Charles, had challenged Sir Wilfrid  in the house, and did it now again,  to point to any principle that he had  laid down la 25 years and had not  broken, or any promise that, he had  not falsified. The premier, said Sir  Charles, had declared that he would  maintain the principle that the federal parliament must not Interfere with  the provinces: yet, at St. Roche, ho  told his fellcv religionists lhat if Manitoba did not give the Manitoba Cat h-  olics redress he would get it by com-  pulslon-  "Turning to the trade question. Sir  Charles quoted from Sir "Wilfrid"*  speech at Massey hall. There he had  declared that he had ^lven. England  a preference because of gratitude for  what she -had done for us. In that  statement. Sir Wilfrid was in collision with Sir Richard Cartwright, who  declared  that  Canada  Owes Nothing to England  but  Christian     forgiveness    for     the  wrongs she has done us.  "To Sir Wilfrid's taunt that tin*  loyalty of the Conservatives sprang  from their stomach.Sir Charles retorted that the premier was a nice man.  to talk of loyalty. In 1SS1 he stumped tbe country declaring that unrestricted reciprocity with the L'nitcd  States was Canada's only hope, lie  would :;et his tariff from ���������Washington���������a tariff that was the highest in  the world against other nations Fun  land included. Was that . loyalty t  (Cheers.) When Conservatives' pro-  ��������� te'i^ ii-iit sarh a course was hostila  The silence ol' th������ Liberal leaders In  regard to the lerrible Cook charges  !?��������� tin- silence of guilt.  Tho Liberal landslide began when  Hugh John boosted Greenway down  hill in Manitoba.     It Is atill sliding.  Uy sending word aa to the exact location   of  his   last    ditch   Oom     Paul  ould  confer a favor    on    the British  public *  tl is ut. wonder that Li'Hiing Chung  has a standing as a. diplomat. lie Is  said to havu 1.000 hlrvd tfirls In hit:  household.  ^M0t l������ T"(������3V parsons ,aua given Kettles  and walk basins to those who were absolutely destitute,' "Women and children  at thut time were nlso .employed in piolc-  iiu; coll..n which she luul bought in the  bush .mil were cleaning nntl spinning it  for the wearer. This mostly enabled  ruuny women to maintain themselves and  ear* work to oyer 300 people. Her next  step wnn to utilize the native handiwork  of thn women, aud before many months  bud passed samples of silk embroidery ia  cotton homespun hud bee* sent to th*  market* ia Ifiuglaud. The industrial  bare continued since thut time, and Miss  Shuttuck, besides performing her ordinary duties as missionary, had supes-  vised the importations ot materials, th*  work Itself and its sal* through agents  in Constantinople.  Her exhibit of this work was on* of  the. most interesting in th* missionary  exhibition held in connection with th*  ecumenical conference which opened  April 30. Besides the Industrial work,  Mil* Shattuck has had chare* of th*  orphans, wh* at some times haT* numbered 200 er more. Th* walfa sho has  endeavored to Wring up. la-such a way  that while they received careful train;  lag they shall not be in anyway estranged from their natural position and their  people. Miss Shattuck became a missionary under the American board oi  commissioners for foreign missions Ib  1873 and soon.after charge of tha girls'  school in Aintab, Turkey, was siren t������  her in place of Miss Procter, who waa  obliged to return home on a furlough.  In 1874 Miss Sbattuclc toured about  central Turkey, riding tor more than  1,000 miles on horseback. In 1878 sh*  started a school for girls in Urfa, in 1877  at Kesseb and in 1878 in Ad an a. Th*  next four years were spent la this country, to which she had been obliged to  come because of ill health. Upon her return to Turkey the girls' college in Mal-  ash was put in her charge. Whil* there  she organized and sustained a kindergarten in addition to her other work. Sh*  went to Urf������, where she had started th*  school eight years before, arriving ther*  just before the'massacre.  Tie next'day-'wneh* ttEr" fathei started  out to see how the sheep were he found  his daughter, cl.id in oae of his old suits  for greater enso in travel, waiting to  'neeoiiipnny him. After that the two  girl* went everywhere with tho'father  when on their vacations and adopted  boy's attire for everyday wear while at  home. In this way they learned all details of tho menage-meat of a sheep  ranch, so that when Mr. Lamn died they  continued to conduct if as he had.  Their costume on ordinary occasion*  consists of blue jean overalls, tucked late  top boots, with shirt yralst open at tha  throat, sailor fashion. The hair is braided singly and coiled close to the head.  Kach girl carries a rifle when she rides  over the hills nnd knows how to lira, jt.  ALL A MYSTERY Tu THE  BLIND.  THE PARTING HOUR     -  There Is pathos in the. figure: of  Paul Kruger on the deck of thejwiir-'  shlp' which is bearing him away  from the continent, which gave him  birth.  Oom Paul may not appreciate the  pathetic  significance    of  th������  parting  i. M. SCOTT. BX .L.L.8  Baxrlster/Sollcitor, Notary. Public., fte  McKenzie Avenue, Rerelstoke Station..  Money to Loan   "  HARVEY. McCARTBR & PINKHAM  patnetic   signincance    or   tno   parting Barristers   Solicitor*.   mt������  &wthhiochho^nh,s natWo land slnk **ci5srta&8- _Kgs-&  . MISS JAXE MOKTOX.  lzed a company of militia, and when the  war of 1812 broke out he became captain  of the famous "Silver Grajs," 77 men,  which took part in the buttle of Platts-  burg. in 1814. He passed away at the ago  of 04 years on Dec. 23, 1837.  Among Miss Morton's treasured keepsakes are an ancient desk and a drinking  cup of peculiar shape, relics of her Massachusetts hointv She relates her early  experiences in Vermont with a pleasure  born of a knowledge that they are past.  Among her. recollections is hearing th*  cannons fired nt the battle of Plattsburg,  this memory being.indelibly imprintqd-by-  her anxiety for her father, who was engaged in that fight. A student of physi^  ognomy will mark gentleness and 'high  breeding in tho portrait above given,' and  these terms aptly describe her-character.  ���������Her health hns not been of:thc-best recently; but her friends hope for-her riianyi -justlthe;man'hy.whoin the-woman" could  more yen is of life-  Boston Herald.  -Middlcbury (Yt.)'C'or.  It. ui'itm hui>|ieiii,' rh:it people siuj; jubilantly at church: "We Shall Know-  Each Other Thero," wbo refuse to  know eacb other her*.  Tlie oecieas.'.-- In the thrift is 0.97 our  cent and the decrease in tlie people's  eof.d opinion of the Laurier govern-  ru..-tn Is 99.90 per cent.  If every man could vote where ho  sleeps, hundreds of people mltrlil en-  funchisc- themselves by Koing tt> bleep  in tin., middle of a Free Press editorial.  Tht honesty t.f a. Liberal Journal  hat wilt auote und^r flurlns headlines  the truitorous uilerar.ces of I..-1 Presse.  when all Canada, knows Unit Ln  I'ressu ha,������ b^en bought over by the  Tjrt-> tjan-j, is not visible I" the  naked eye.  to England   he  replied    that Canada  ' must loo'K out for herself.  "Sir John Macdonald had lamented the disloyalty of the I.lb'.-ral leaders at that time. Sir Charle.-- had assured him that it they did set into  power they would outdo the Conservatives ir. the loyalty talk, for it was  office and not Canada for which they  tarcd. Edvard Blake had at that time  left the party because he d-clared that  its policy would ruin Briti-h institutions In Canada.  ���������"Sir   Wilfrid   had   .-aid   ir.   Boston  that Uie  Yankee Dollar Wa- Hotter  than the Enclish shllline. ���������.���������-.pfcially  when the latter was so u.-ar. Ills  talk of gratitude to Knirland now was  all humbug. Nor was there anv more  in his statement that th..- prefereiif'a  worked to Canada's advantage.  "Sir Wilfrid had also declared that  the national policy had been a policy  ot failure. Could any more monstrous insult be offered the electors of  -Canada That policy bad picked Canada up out of commercial depression  ' and saved her when her credit Vy-.ux  almost ruined. After a term of office  the Mackenzlc-Laurlcr government  had its majority of 70 uirued into a  minority of S6. After that the country was. administered tor IS years  "wider the national policy, and  when four years ago the Liberals  again came Into power they adopted  that policy as the only life buoy to  which they could r.ling. Sir Charles  had prophesied that Liberal success at  the last election would mean ruin for  the country. He had ber.r--.cii Liberals men of their word who would  adopt tbe principles they proclaimed,  fcut they did not. They had taken  tho policy of their opponents and  while that had saved Canada it should  also have made Sir Wilfrid Laurier  ashamed to say that the national  policy had been the policy of failure.  Instead of free trade tht Liberals had  adopted a tariff iu cottons and a  score of other common P.rtivi-jo- higher than ever betore."  C������lv<������   lh������; Woman.  Calre the woman is a topic not a whit'  less fascinating than her career as a  prima donna. . Each summer ii spent at  her chateau nt Cavrierv, nenr Aveyron,  France. There iu a. pretty romance connected with this country beat. When as  a girl she used to walk piist this place  each day, her nio.-.t daring dream waa to  some time be rich enough to purchase it.  Today she spends ������3 much time as possible there in .company with her parents  and brothers and sisters. To the village  folk* Cttlreis an ideal Lady Bountiful.-  Sho TiaiU the" poor, takes the sick all  sorts of tejnptiug delicacies, interests'  herself-in^ securing pos:tions_f or_the-un--  ���������employ^d. The Tillage - children, fairly  ,wj>rship'h������r. Oa'lve Iotcli children. She'  will ������it for:hours.on-tJ9ie.lawn under the  big trees surrounded by a group of admiring children, tilling them strange  tales of what she has seen and heard in  foreign lands or relating legends ot long  ago.���������George T. B. D.tvii in Woman's  Home Companion.  lf������r Me-rem'*���������������������������.  A. luatlirc who liu.l ot.Iy oue child, &  son, Imt 'Iiiii. through- an accident br  drowning when lie -wm 17. Hh body  w.i������ washed out to kta" and never recov-  c-J. 3he very much wanted a portrait  of him. an-1 she called upon a 'unions  arciet, wht.wu.i .friend;Of the family,  to reproduce the boy's fnc������ and form.  He asked for every photograph iho had  of h������r eon from babyhood onward.  When the painting arrival, it represented a glade in a wood. Playing about  were five little children of T.irioui age",  but nil the seme boy a? hi-, mother had  known hina. Coming .Iowa the center,  joyous, gay, wa* the 17-ycar-old lad, leading hie be by eelf of I year by the hand.  The mother lookf.l at tbe picture and  biir-.t into tearj. "I ha-fa loit seven  sous!" ahe said.  "You had lost ������lx of them l������ef<#re your  fcon died," the artist replied.  Cared ot Her Crmm..  A genealogist received a letter from a  wealthy woman the other day, saying  that she was anxious to know something  of her descendants and sha would like to  have him call upon her with, reference ta  looking them up. - As the.letter was ad-,  dressed to tha genealogist, instead of to  an astrologist, a palmist, phrenologist,  or even th* woman who tells fortunes  with cards or tea leaves, he cams to the  conclusion that' she had made a slight  mistake in her phraseology'and'wanted',  to look backward instead of forward, and  he called upon her. Thut waa what she  wanted. She was anxious to have her  family tree developed, and she agreed to  pay him the regular price, $25, for a line  of-ancestors.        - .    . -  - ���������.- t  'The man went lo work,.and, being-a.  conscientious: laborer, he- worked along'  regulation lines and did not get down .to  -William tbo Conqueror ��������� or- even Roger.-  -WiUianft.'-'-What-he did come to waa aa  interesting'-ancestor wlro-woilild have been,  iiiG...haimnn' tiv   Tvl.nTti   lh>.iriMnnn' ^nillfl  People would find Ieii difh..-ulty with  ready made aboei, aeyi an .experienced  saletman, If they -vonM it a nil up lo (it  them oa instead of sitting down. iVinv  perv>ni out of ten, particularly Indies,  want a comfortable chair while they :n������  lilting a shoe, and it. ii with the greatest  difficulty you can get them to stand for  a few minutes e?������ii after the nhoe is fit-  t������.il. Then when they begin walking  r������bout 'they' wonder why the shoyi are  not so comfortable a������ they were- at first  trial. A womnn'n foot U considerably  smaller when she r.iti in a chair than  when she walk', ahoul. Kvcrone brings  n l.irsei* nuaiility of blood into th'e feet,  nntl thoy swell appreciably. Tho muscles  also require certain spne-i. In buying  shoe'* thij fACt should be borne in mind.  -Woman's HlicUer Education.  In these days o������ discussion uboul the  higher education of girls and the propriety of woman's entering the arena ot political life, the effect ot this education and  political work on her position in society i.*-  rather lost sight of. lias the study of  philosophy a bad bearing on the power to  entertain? and has n knowledge of the  ins and outs of election duy a tendency to  decrease the ability in charm? are aspects  which are considered only by the few uud  not by the great majority. The fact is,  let a woman know what she may, if her  smile is winning, her manners pleasant  and her disposition charitable she will be  popular. The trick of telling the character of the land by the rock formation will  not harden the iruo woman's heart  against an appeal for mercy or charity.  The ability to determine what medicine  will help her ailing child without a doctor's tt ill will nevr make her heart less  loving to that child', if she be a true woman in the first place, and if she is not,  then all the ignornnco in the worltl will  not remedy the defects which education  cannot cure but may help.  In the social ranks alone, leaving out  of tho question entirely lhe thinker's  view on the subject, it cannot be claimed  .that the ignorant are the most popular,  because of tha'v^ ignorance. Thero are  many very populir girls who know nothing of tho depths of learning, and there  are many girls who are able to demonstrate a-problem in mathematics-and astronomy who are shunned and left to be  wallflowers, and there are the cases cited  by the pe.-simist, who wishes his women  to know nothing beyond what he tells  them and tn he fooli enough to beliere  it .ill.  Many pretty, sweet. tempercd.girl3 h.tre  not the ability to study deeply, and that  these girls are p-ipulur is no argument  against study. Tbey bz������ lored in' spite  of���������their���������i^noran>:er-:not--bc-cause���������of���������it.-  The student.maybe lored If.sha la'lora-  bl<.--in the first place -a*d does not allow  her study to detract fcom-that characteristic and if she will come out of her  books tu be in touch with the people  about her and descend sometimes f.-om  her clouds to know their little hope and  fears. "       ���������  It i" a cynical but true statement that  people loTe ua for the Interest we din-  play in their own affairs. Thia may not  -butruc oi tho one gre������t lor* of lif-?, but  it is trih.- of the love width is possessed  by a piry.n t>f whom it is said, "Kvfcrj'-  body lores her," and it is almost invaria-  lilj lhe (secret.of great popularity. The  tti'Milry nuy be expected hy the student  .as well hs the know nothing, ancl.'al-  (hrt'igh tha former will hare less tlm������  in which to win her hearta, ahe may  have a hotter chance of keeping them  when won if sb* cau cohool herself never  to forgt-r the d^tnilt which interest her  contidiiiil" or the affairs which have been  poured inlo ber sympathetic cars.  The result ot thinking on, the subject,  then, it that if the mathematician cnn  d.'inc* as well ** her sister, who canuor  say tbe rule of thr"e, arid can listen aa  well ns the dear little girl who never  opt>n������ ii hook and Hirt us nicely and com-  foriitbly h* the one who always wore th������  tliiin'f cap at school sh* may havo th-e  same measure of popularity they posse.-.?,  and she will have the additional great  toiiif.trt of heing independent of others  ,for .amusement- and solaee in sorrow,-,  which Hht> can find in her btdoved booko,  and in old age, when they can do nothing  hut knit and gossip, and this ii'a comfort  w.jrtb all the study ot a lifetime.���������Cra-  7iVlla In Pittsburg Pres*.  I'rreoae Ion llahtlraa Hare Wo Ae-  carats Coaoevtlea of Slctfct.  "What-a profound mystery invests all  the operations of our senses!" said a college professor of this city. *'I was talking the other day with a very intelligent  blind man. He had been blind from birth,  but had received an excellent education  and was fully as well informed as the  average person one meets in cultured circles. He spoke freely of his infirmity,  and finally I asked him whether he had  oyer succeeded in forming a clear mental  conception of tho sense of sight. He replied frankly tlmt he had not, and thea  h* asked ni* several very curious questions.  "The idea of color, he said, wus a great  puzzle to him, nnd he had never been  able to obtain the slightest clew to what  was rneuut whan one said, for iiibtauce,  that ou������ thing was red and another thing  was blue. 'Your color- impressions are  absolutely stationary, ar* they not?' he  asked. The question startled me. It was  so strange. Now, what could possibly  have boen in his mind? One would infer  that he associated color with some sort of  movement, yet when I asked him to explain he couldn't do lt. He soon lost himself in words, sighed and gave it up. He  understood, aa nearly as I could gather,  that the sens* of sight somehow furnished us with information as to the six*,  shape and general character of surrounding objects, but I am satisfied,-Irom  his questions, that he had formed no idea  whatever of the picture that is presented  to the brain. He was unable to understand how a whole scene" could be taken  ia at once. He could distinguish B flat  oa - a violin, h* said, , but suppose th*  whol* surrounding country was full ot  violins, all playing different airs? That  seemed 6* him a good analogy for the  various things ��������� In a .landscape. I aoon  resllred that explanation on either aid*  was hopeless. Ther* was a barrier ef  th* inexpressible between us.  "I went away with an Immensely increased respect for the teachers at institutes'for'th*.-.blind'and deaf "and dumb.  It is a marvelous thing that they ever  succeed- in breaking into those sealed  brains and bringing children so terribly  handicapped into" touch with their fellow  beings."-  An imtiginatlvo maa would be. tortured at such a tlrno by his emotions.  But Paul Kruger lacks imagination,  His want of Insight, his Inability to  appreciate imminent possibilities^ was  the undoing of tho Boer natlbna "  A gross-minded mim is Paul ..Kruger, with a. nature which seems to  have materialized all his views of  religion and duty. The Imagination  which could have measured the reserve power of Britain, was not given  to him, nor the spiritual mind which  could have prized tho crown of tho  peace-maker between tho warring  races of South Africa far above the  evil fame which has come to Kruger,  the wrecker of two nations. ���������  t������  The Convent of the Snored Heart ln  Calgary la prospering. More than 300  children frequent It, and nearly 40  botirders are sheltered under lta roof.  Thc time I* not far oS when they will  be olbiged to think of enlarging their  beautiful establishment.  It'Is a significant fact that; uo.oaa-  didato In Winnipeg bus so far declared himself as a supporer of Mr.  Sifton. Mr. Sifton Is best known In  Winnipeg.���������Loudon Free Frees.  Canada  Companr funds to loan at 8 par cent  Offices:    Molsons Bank Black  Flrat Street, RevelBtoke Station. B.C.  J. W. CROSS  Office  The Revelstoke  Herald  Mackenzie Avenue, Revelstoke  Surgeon to the C. P. ��������� R.  Health Officer. City ot Revelstoke  Methodist.Church, Revelstoke".'���������" '>  ���������preaching .serricea}at. 11, c m.  and- 7:80 p.m.. Chms meeting at th*  wom of tho morning service. ..iskJk;  Dhth school and Bible class at 2;W.'  Weekljr. prayer meeting. eVery "WW-'  nesday evening at, 7:80.' > The puWlo  aro -cordially Invited.   Seats free. .  RBV.8.J.THOMPSON,   Pwtor.   \  IScml Weekly  Has more readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers In Revelstoke than any other paper;  does - more job ' printing ln the  city than any other paper; It's  news .Is more spicy and up-to-  date; its influence is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation ��������� considered; Its 'subscription rate Is only $2.00 pel  annum; lt covers the field. Try  lt and be with the,crowd. .  Write to  St. Peter's Church (Anglican)  Bight ft,m��������� Holy Buoharist; ni  am, matins, litany and sermon (Holy  guchartaf..-first Sunday in the month)-  .2:30 Sunday school, or chiidrens"  eervice;; 7:80 evensong (choral) and  sermon. . Holy Dayu���������The:> Holy*  Eucharist is celebrated 'ht 7-a.m. oc������  a.m., aa;. announced. >' -Holy' Baptism <  after Sunday aohool at18:16. -';���������  O. A. PROCUNITR, Vicar.   !  Presbyterian  Church J 1  Service -every   Sunday?   at "11   a.B'  and 7.80 p.m.>.- BlWe!,Class at;2:3d p^  vm. to which alKare welcome.*Prayer'  meeting at 8 p.m. every Wednesday.?  REV. W. C. CALDER. Pastor.   {  Roman Catholic Church \  ���������   Mass .flrst and third   .Sundays  In'  month, at 10:30 a.m. \.~-.' f      REV. FATHERITHAYHR4  Salvation Army '' " '*  REVELSTOKE HERALD,    j-   Meeting overy  night  in  their  hall!  RevelBtoke. B. C. on front street.  '" *' n ���������&. ?  Think of It for a. mom.-nl.���������Kvery  lim'i you have lain down to rest dur-  int; thr- jtast four years the publit-  debt of Canada has been live thousand dollars more that it w-.m whr-n  you arose In the morning. The ,-iv-  e.-.igr- increase has" boon five thousand  dollar.-   a. day.  Her W������rk T������ Imrleer.  Mi������������ T'orinne Shattuck of T'rfs, Turks?. ������polf������ at tha meeting ������f th* ������eu-  menic.il eopff������reno������r upon "The Work of  Orphan^.',''. MUs Shuttiifk waft dm only  foreisnor In Urfa. nt the lirn������ of tho  miihvntiro thore in Ileecrnber, US'.xTi, when  ">,OfMi people' iven: killed, ai'.it but for her  prust'iice ninny more mti'.l. ImvVs lost. th"ir  liv<-<, says the New York Tribune. As  soon na order was restnrod uftor ttio.se  frlijlitfnl days she was offered Lsscort to  Aiitinb, where tliere wa.s an American  eollt.'Ko and 'mission station, but her re-  idy was: "I remain horn for Iho present. I run not leave onr orphaned people."' JKefore the evidences of ciirnaKe  were, fairly reriiored she betfan lo plan  llio relief work whifh bcnefit'itl njnulti-  liide- of wretched people. Within three  .���������;ir.nlhs   .she   had   dwlrilmted   !).f>S0   prai-  have joined- on������ of tho Revolutionary so-.  cieties or become a Colonial Dame. But  there was one trouble with this ancestor.  He was imbued too strongly with the independent feelings of the early days, but  his independence was not properly directed. The fathers of thc country had noted  this, presumably with sorrow, but they  hud felt it necessary to have him shot for  what they-called "insubordination," and  the sentenca was carried out.  All these facts, with details, the antiquary wrote but and sent to his patron.  She should have been appreciative of her'  ancestor's qualities. It is a prominent  quality, in thc feminine descendants of  Uovolutionary heroes. They don't call it  insubordination, hut they huv* not thc  slightest objection to disajjreeing with  their superior ollieers and make it so  mnnifest at time5 that there are battle*  that would not be much hotter with powder and bullets.  But tho woman in search of descendants, gettinc her pedigree before she  joined a society, evidently did not know  this. Her ardor for n family tree was  quenched once and for a������5 Sho paid the  JS-5, but she found she had all the living  ancestors she cared to look after and decided to let the others alone.���������New York  Times.  Prlnolplea Vtrini Cooks.  A-volume might be written on the malign influence exerted on femininity'*  principles by tlie loss of a cook. Volumes bnve been written relating how an  injury to her child turns a woman into  a savage, but ju-it ns radical a change  marks her when her culinary department  has lost its priestess aud madam herself has been battling with pots and  pans for days and is wearied in soul aad  body.  She. too, becomes, savage then in some  tk'grec, and-all her iluo ideas--about:do-,  mestic eti'iiuette whicli. ihe hast paiaded|  in palmy .days before Mary Ajin! wea't  to newer fields are- forgotten. ��������� -  ^r-Thero's-oueMitllo- woman-known-to-the^  writer who ia an . excellent example of [  this fact- Comfortably.servanted���������if one  may^use nuch -an expression���������sha'a the  soul-of-honor. Her principles are well  defined on nice points, and not for, the  world would she covet her neighbor's  goods, his manservant nor his maidservant.  For a week ������fter her maid had gone she  stood by her original tenets and struggled with the drafti of the'range''and  the intricaciei of owieleln until' she war  Uio tired for words. She visited intelligence offices ami -spent her leisure  hoars, which were' few. owing to these  same inlricscie������, icatliu^ advertisement*  in the papers and .seeking out the advertisers:  Th������ second j-^i she h������r>������lf advcrtM-  ed, interviewed all tbe applicants that  eume in response to her notion snd en-  txxz*n\ the on* thnt suited her belt.  When the one failed to appear at the  uppoirtt.'d time, sh.������ engaged another, and  when .she nlso failed her she engaged  with calm iniparcinlilj ev.-ry maid who  came withlD her reach. WIipii these either did not come or provd incipabta,  she began to east covftoti" eye-; .,n her  neighlor*' "help" and '.vas with ���������lifliculf.i  EVSIr.iiri'-.l by the men of th<; family front  apptoa.-iiing the Dini'ls and unking theui  if they did not want to make a ..'hange.  Sjhe did ������sk guclt as told h<:r ih>-y were  engaged f'.r servie.? ba'.'hod :,ot yet gone  to their new home; to (.end word lo their,  prospective rni-itr^sses- that they cotild  not <.-ouio hecaii-"! of a prior wigngerne.nt  which they had forgotten.  To such de-pi?.* oi infamy did one gen-  tltt woman ,'jII j.ist from (sheer wearineM  of body.; "Pis a sad commentary ������u f'-mi-  nirie nature, but it goes to prove by what  trivia! things one's mor.tls are rtfTccfed.���������  lialtunore News.  Thrr t'm^irt * .Sbr������-r  ������l������nch.  Two young girl*. Oussie and J.oui.se  l.iiriiii, respectively 1!) and 'in yenrs of  age, are ninniiig a sheep ranch et.vet'ing  1T> milt.-, (.r liie f'alij'i,n>ir. nwimtnins.  Tliey arc making n suceess ^.r it. ton. nl-  tlinugfi 'their pre/tons training was hardly  in that direction, as they weie educated  in a convent.  They l.egtui Hie work in .."it nccitlvntiil  way. When home ft.r the IJIiiistriins vacation .several /cars ago. a heavy mhiw-  xloi'in began, and night riinn*! on with 7oO  sheep out in Ihe storm back of one or lhe  mountains. Cussie. I hen J I .vcars old. insisted on helping lit-r fnlher get the sheep  nutlet' cover, nud worked In a rely until  '!:.' iiiejil.    wh."i   til]   were   -ul'ilv   linn-ed.  A PAINFUL DREAM.  Tka    On*   Ia   fPlitcfc   Vow   laaagla*  Toarself Partlr Sake*.  There is a painful class of dream which  may be labeled ths inadequately clothed  dream. In this class of dream lt occurs  to us to come down from our bedrooms,  to mingle in society, even sometimes to  be presented at court or to take part In  the highest and most solemn functions, in  a costume that we should deem scarcely  adequate If we- had been just roused  from our beds by a shout of "Fire!"  The degrees of this comparative nudity are very various, and it is remarkable  that never, so far as I can learn, has human being (that is to say, in the temperate climates) ever ln his dreams appeared before his fellows in an absolutely Arcadian or idyllic lack of costume,  but the costume Is commonly very inadequate, so Inadequate that the police  would very rightly interfere in the bare  interests of decency.  Indeed, that fear���������the apprehension ot  police Interference for the sake of the  public morals���������la a factor in tbe general  uneasiness that we feel in our dreams in  finding ourselvea going abroad in such  deshabille. For we are conscions of a  measure of uneasiness, we can feel that  we did wrona; In not putting on this or  that absolutely indispensable portion of  our wnrdrob* before we left our room,'  but tt is as nothing to the utter shame  and horror that would overwhelm ua  were wo ireally to find ourselves in such  conditions.  And in the same degree the shock that  our appearsr;eo -gives our unfortunate  friends amour ������horn we show ourselvea  In such gui.-L- is- not a circumstance ta  the pnin thosf sensitive souls would receive If our appturance wero a reality  instead of a subjective fancy. Yet w*  retain a suffiaiont sari������������'.������>f 'shameVto: be  conscious ef ������..-very.real ^jatlitf./when we  wake to .find.that Tw������'have not behaved  ourselves in ^auch'"man������er as to be the  ���������reprobktio8^.of^e������ery._risht_mlnded_raaa  .and'Wom'aa^I^asmMkUjJCasaain'e,,  . ���������' *:?;  .\������  ?rtVJ,-a.i:*-T*,*rt������,-vyl  Revelstoke Herald  <\2 X.  (SEMI-WEEKLY),  la the leading newspaper of  tho great mining districts of  West Kootenay. It gtye������ all  tha latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written np  ln authentic, reliable and raad-  aWe artlelu from nnanMtloa-  abls information. It - enjoys  a large circulation and la eaa-  ���������avuatlir unequalled as a������'  advertising medium. In tte-  field In which lt is-pa wished:  Mw.'si.fsai. "  'Starch forms a considerable portion of  our diet In one form or another, and all  starch has to be converted into sugar by  the saliva' and intestinal Juices before it  can be assimilated. The action of these  ferments breaks it up Into simpler chem-  icnl compounds, so that It finally reaches  the-'blood aud-musdesas dextrosf, a form-  ���������of sugar-:which can-be'burned-to yield  heat and muscular energy. The change'  required in sugar for its assimilation is  rrx-y slight compared with that required  for the digestion of starch.  It will thus be seen that the process  of manufacturing.sugar ���������from.ita-yegeta-.  ble containers results In a product' that  for digestive purposes U comparable to  partially digested starch, so" that it la'  evident the substitution of- sugar tor  stnrch is of advantage to'the digestive  system, since it does not burden tbo digestive tract snd less force la required  for its digestion and assimilation. Unfortunately, however, nature will not tolerate man's attempt* to present concentrated chemically Rcparated pure foods  sll ready for assimilation, except in limited amounts, and this is true of sugar,  as of peptones, partially digested meats  and similar foods.  Subscription $2.00 Per Annum  $1,25 For Six Months,  Strictly in RdvanGB.  It tofces a foremost piace in  ths raco (or prominence and  popularity with business  houses and as a consequence  . J does "more'" business i., with  '��������� \���������those.'��������� i^piring.piinted .^tatl-  onieryaad oOce supplies than  -^r^-^.^fiuK *&toi������P".p.Fi&ti*ug'f-S Ootfihlifiu���������  meat In Eastern BrttUh <**���������  -ombla. The class of wwfc  turned out has been pronoun-,  .-  . >   \   .i   'v, f .t :',    .-  oad equal to any thing of ths-  klnd- executed ;..ln   ths; large   .  cities. br.muab.i!Hg������r:. -tcfot-  erles. , -  "/   ' '������������������" .-'-'     '������������������  " *.  ,-l.-?"-'?j.--  ">l\  h  ���������-rVH.  ��������� :-? .T'7-.'t���������  Job Printing Department  ~,V'  Is equipped with 'the' latest ���������  taces in typo designs and- ali  work entrusted to The Herald  is handled by exprlakosC  workmen who thoroughly'understand the proper use of the  - -J't.^-j-  ���������nMrtal^ at; '.tUMr'K  Ths Herald dOM not  b������ ths only pitfiUj^  ths dlswict but itdsis  ; to 09 :���������      -    -   ��������� ' <f," '"���������>:���������"  ������4  TlioroUghlu lip-To-Date Ib  Kverg Particular  ���������,������ e \ \ i"  ~ r <  How lie CnreS Her.  A young doctor took bis best girl to the  theater. .Tbo curtain .was late in rising,,  and the young lady complained ot feeling  faint.'     -        ,    ' ���������   '    .'",'���������    ���������.:"���������*���������     .  The doctor smiled sweetly upon her,  took-something out of his vest pocket and  whispered to her to ke������p."the tablet" In  her mouth, but not'to swallow It.  '.She shyly placed It, anber-tqsfijc-aad  rolled It over'and over, but" It^would'not  diisolre.   She felt hotter, however. ���������  When the performance was over, she  slipped the tablet in her glove, being curious lo examine st home this tasteless, indissoluble little substance which had given her mieh relief.  U'hen alone in Ikt room, she pulled off  her i;love, and out came a mother of  pearl shirt button.  Kxplnlned.  He���������I hare no appetite. There la a  tumbling in my stomach like a cart .on a  cobblestone patement.  She���������L'erhaps it's the truck you ate for  luncheon.���������What to Eat.  Some business men fail because they  waste their- tint* Cooling "over trifles that  they oould hir������ aha/ ta attend to (or f3  a week.-"vjfc- J"  ���������SiiT  And in a position to gtve.aa  good value for the money expended, either Cor advertising  space in Its publication ;'or  for lob' printing)-as ;can;i>e ' .  given by any other hqu^a of  the kind in British.Columbia.  Write for eetiipiat^ and earn- .ir-v  pies   of. printing, tii Ali": watt.  turned out promptly, and aat^  lsfactorily.   . One; pHcti ^toi. ������1L  ' No Job;- can - be, too - laipe r or ���������  too-email :for I The ;.H������rsJMf'#'. >  consideration.    Spe<5lal.attssK'.  tloa given' to ordero^^msili' '  -       ..'.' -.' -       Ills')."     f[W\f  . 'i'. ;,vns lain ?.i  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor:  PUBLICATION DAYS : Tuesdays and Fridays.:  $4$4$i$i$4$i$i&$*$*$i$i$i  4.  m African Affairs  Lord Roberts Will Not Leave as Soon  as Expected.  Chinese Affairs.���������Strong Opposition in England to Lans-  downe   as Foreign Secretary.���������British-German  Agreement���������Other General News.  London, Nov. 2.���������A despatch to the  ytn-ndsixd says that Lord Roberts,  who- was scheduled to )eave South Africa on November 15th hfis postponed  Ills departure owing to the^faet that  ban of his daughters Is 111 with en*  l eric fever at Pretoria.  The war oflice has received the following from Lord Roberta,dated Joha-  nesburg', October 31: "Rundle occupied Bethlehem on October 21. driving  the Boera from two strong positions  three miles south of that place. Qea-  i.t.'U Rundle had. three killed and-'17  -wounded.-the latter Including Lord  Gerald Grosvenor, a second Lieutenant.  In the Soots Guards. . Bundle's mi������n  hnvo been.ensased dally with parties  of Jtoers, varying in number from so  to 150. He'was. compelled to burn  Wess'el's farm because a messenger  carrying a proclamation was fired on  from the verandah ��������� by Mrs. Weasels,  who Is a eister of' Botha."        . '  During, October the British lost 167  killed in action, including 15-officers;  died of;diSease; 21 who died of accidents, and 97 captured or missing.  Tho total being "almost equal, to tho  'monthly average for the duration of  the.,war. ;-  London, Nov. 3.���������The Kxpress publishes a-sensational statement to the.  '���������    First lord of the adihlnilty, TCnrl of  Solhourne.  Secretary of state for colonies, Jos.  Chamberlain.  Chancellor of tho exchequer, Sir  Michael Hicks-Beach.  Secretary of state for home department, Charles Thompson Ritchie.  Secretary of stato for Indlu, Lord  George Francis Hamilton.  Iiord lieutenant of Ireland, Marquis of Londonderry or Karl of Dudley.  Lord high chancellor, Burl of Hals-  bury.  Lord president of the council. Dnkc  of Devonshire. ���������  Lord of thc privy seal. Lord James  of Hereford.  Secretary for Ireland, Geo. Wyndham.  Secretary of state for war, G. St.  John Broderick.  President of tho board of trade,  G. Willam Balfour.  IHUTISH    GERMAN     AGREEMENT  '1)  offect, that the Boer revolt is moro  serious than has hitherto been believed and in ..consequence-Lord Roberts'  return is likely to be still further  postponed.  It says also -that no considerable  portion of the troops will return before January or February, while the  regimental drafts from England will to lt  continue and. some 5000'horses will  .be ..sent. out.- The paper -definitely  declares that th^Boers are well- armed-and abundantly supplied with ammunition and that the campaign is  likely to.last another six,months. In  'the best'informed-'quartets: however,  Washington.. Nov. .1.���������Tho stato department today'made public tho British- Gorman agreement as ragaris  maintaining tho open door and territory In China, with the answer, of  the United States. .-Thia country ac-  opposltloo.   Major Bell was mortally  wounded.  Mr.Blair and Mr.Foster had a. lively  public meeting ln St. John. Thero  were several Manitoba meetings: Mr.  Rutherford was at Troherne:- J. D.  Cameron, Mr. Boyd and Premier Roblin at Portage la Prairie; Messrs B.  Howell and A. J. Andrews at Emerson; Messrs Daly, Fraser and Macdonald at Deloralne.  The Karl of Damply is doad.  Spanish soldiers are in pursuit of  Carllsts.  A serious fire visited Manor, Assn.,  three stores  being  destroyed.  The estate of thn late Charles Stewart Parnell ln Ireland was sold.  Polling in the Centre Winnipeg  election  will   take  place  today.  L. J. Marlon, superintendent of the  Montreal waterworks,  is dead.  The newspaper plant of the Review, Windsor, Ont., was destroyed  by  flra.  The Investigation of the commissioner ln to the school lands sales  was hold at Portage la Prairie on  Tuesday.  A special meeting of thc Winnipeg  city council decided to accept the  revised plans of the C.P.R. subway.  W. J. Bryant has sent a reply on  the currency and negro questions to  thc Republican club of Princeton, N..T.  Tho deputy minister of labor has  successfully terminated the Valleyfield strike to the satisfaction of both  parties.  The union of the Free and United  Presbyterian churches wa.s celebrated-  in Edtnbursh by impressive ceremonies.  WlnBton Churchill's lecture ou the  South African war proved uninteresting owing to the speaker's egotism.  It waa delivered-in London.  The'recent earthquakes did- terrible damage in Venezuela. Three  Wwiib wero totally destroyed, an Isle  has disappeared, and many persons  were killed.  E.- K. Orth. an Englishman, .lias  been arrested in Baltimore' charged  with wholesale fraud,  John Westall, a young finglisman,  was stabbed, probably fatally, in a  quarrel", ln Now Westminster.  A United States company has secured a $3,000,000 contract ln rolling  stock for British  South  Africa. '  J, J. Lewis, of Rnmboth, Ontario,  shot his wife through tho head. Hopes)  are entertained of her recovery.  W. Moody, son of the great evangelist, ig. in Knprlond arranging for the  arrylng out, of  his  father's  work.  During the welcome at Quebec to  the returning South African contingent a balcony gave way' and ' two  persons were fatally Injured and three  thersi seriously.  The" Important announcement is  made that the government hopes to  tween Scotland and Belle Islts via tho  north of Ireland, thus giving Canada  a new cable line to Great Britain.  The Cunard lino steamer Lueania,  which palled for New Tork today  from Liverpool takes among her passengers Sir Charles Rivera Wilson,  president of the Grand Trunk railway, who goes to America in connection with tho appointment . of a  successor  to  General  Manager Hays  Walt-r Scott and X H. Ross had a  meeting at Moose Jaw. Mr. Davin  spoke and waB onthusiiisOcaJly received by the audience.   ���������  The bye-election in Rhineiand has  been fixed for November 19th.  t'n^I1.00 and Socia������st-s' had a collision  In Chicago.  adians, on the race question, ho irm  make us forget tho extravagance ot  the Liberal government, the co'rrup-  ion of the Liberal government, tjic  scandals of the Liberal government.  Tarta and Blair and Sifton - think- if.  they can only entrap the people into  giving them another term any dovico  or stratagem will do and then they  can snap their fingers at the people.  Blair haa grown suddenly rich, and ie  buying for his house thc finest plc-  turors and works of art In Europe.  Sifton rejoices ln a princely expenditure In his own way.  All these men were poor men four  short years ago. Now they are growing rich by leaps and bounds.  Laurier has no say, no power, nu influence over theoe men, and has  become their tool.  Tlio  outlook    is  block    unless"  tho-  peope use the only remedy  open  to a  free people.  THE MOLSQNS BANK  Incorporated-by Act of Parliament. 1855. ���������'  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Authorized Capital  Paid up Capital  Kftst Fund        -     ���������   .  $2,500,000  2.170,000  1.8SO.OOO.  5   niRECTOUS:  Turn. Molsom IfACruEBSON, President; S. H. Ewixo, Vlce-Pre   dent :  ��������� \\\ M. Ramsay, Sambkl Fivlxt, Hbn������t Abchibals. J. p. Clkohors '  H. Mabklakd MoLSOtf.  fc r Jakkb Elliot, General Mia*g������r.  fc     A Reneral hanking business transacted.     Interest allowed at current:  E rftte9, J- *>��������� MOLSON.  ������������ u -MAjrAOBB,-BrratSToaB,'B,C."  mmUWMtiiMlMWMMm  Glasgow Is free from the bubonic  plaguo now. ���������  Several promotions In the Ninetieth  battalion are promised.  Tho missing deeds stolen from-the  Vatican have been found.  The,state 'of affaire at Pekln Is said  o be very demoralizing.  A'heavy docket will come before the  Winnipeg assizes on November Sth.  Tho changes In tho minor British  cabinet portfolios are announced.  SPLENDID   RECEPTION   TO   "OUR  BOY'S."  quiescos in thc clauses referring to  the open door but to "the third'clause,  referring to prohibiting another power  from obtaining territory, the stato  department says this government  "does not regard lt as called upon  to  express  an oplnlou"    in    respect  ROBBED'IN PARIS  ���������>*\  London.' Nov. 3.���������Mrs. Ian Hamilton,  wife of General Hamilton, was robhed  of - her Jewelery,'nioney   and' papers  ... .    .   -,-;--   -T       wbilo' passing-��������� through    Paris.      She  it ia reported there is-no. ground .for pia^ heP bagB   containing her val'u-  thcpessimism-of the Express. .     , aWea m tha haIlof the "Hotel .Reglna. "  ������ ,while she went to register   her same.  CHINESE AFFAIRS    ������ jln tho brief interval the    bag disap-  ' -     I peared.     The  loss of  her bank book  . Ptio Ting F.u. Nov. 3.���������The commts- left her entirely without funds. Until  sioner of enquiry into the outrages | communications could be opened with  of mlsionarios htret has sentenced to | her London bankers friends in Paris  death. Tien Yang, the provincial advanced her money. The French  judge; Wag Shung On. the military police have so far been unsuccessful  commander; General Kiu, and two | m tracing- the thieves. The stolen  other officials. German and French jcw-cls alone were valued at over  troops will garrison at Pao Ting -Fu- twenty-five thousand dollars.  fiM\ the winter. The propositions were  complete, when this message was sent,  for the destroying on October 27th of  h<: most venerated temples in the  fity.  C.P.R.'  FRAUDS   AGAIN  Winnipeg.  Nov.  3.���������Two men  were  caught  on   tho  train     travelling    on  oppnopn to imm-nvnonmrvi.' tickets .which, they had purchased  CH POSED TO LORDj,A>,DSDO\\Nh  from ^^^ in CalaKrJ. who were not  ,���������_,,������������������   x. ,    or. ��������� "^ ��������� returning to the east.    The men had  ���������.i? ?? '--J' f'-Consen-ative jour- to ^ the raiiway company's local  tnlil "JVS ?tCXln* loud>" a,ndT blt" rates and were out of pocket to the  ffip SlnV ^I^^IL^ LfnS; estent oi funds which they had given  ^LSlngJ?J*:CCd   at  the   hoad  ������C|the parties in Calgary.   The men who  ���������IW-  the foreign  office,  Lord Salisbury, it is understood,  made thc selection against his own  desire and against that of his party.  The appointment was decided upon  at the direct request of the Queen,  whp was visited at Balmoral a week  ago' by the premier.    Not one of the  , ministerial organs..can find a,good  word to ~say for the new foreign sec-  ���������retary.    On the contrary all of them  , aro   of. one  opinion  in   their   expressions, of condemnation.  . _ The Globe says: Lord Salisbury is  "out-of touch, with the feeting of the  nation .and of the party that has returned o power.and the other organs  ���������.-.are-In  a state of disgust    over  the  . appointment. - -   >  Great   Britain's   new   ministry,   so  far as thc principal offices are    con-  -.cerned.'.'will. be.nbout as,:follows:  ;. .-.Prime, minister;: Lord -''Salisbury., .  ; ���������  '.Secretary^of-state for.foreign"aft'alrs  I,,ord'Lansdowne.   .   :-. -   '" .       ' '  ^-JFirstJonl_qf^he_-treasiiry .^Arthur  Balfour: r ���������      ' -     '' .   .    .  are disposing of these tickets are committing a fraudulent act, which should  be put a stop to in order to save innocent people from being duped.  A   FARMER   DISAPPEARS  Vancouver, B.C., Nov. 1.���������The residents of Chllllwack district are exercised over the remarkable and complete disappearance of a farmer,  Archibald Edmondson, since October  let, on an. alleged drunken spree. This  ,was apparently his first.and fs-'.rs are  "entertained of ..suicide as a consequence of the result.  DISASTROUS   TYPHOON  Hongkong, Nov. 2.���������A fearful typhoon has caused . havoc through  -Anam .The area'-qfidcstructlon^lsjvery  large ,.and- 16O0> people are reported'  to have perished. Besides these 'klll-  ed _4650..- persons were rendercd-.home^-  less. '       '''.".'     "��������� "';''  TELEGRAPHIC   SUMMARY  <iit  Important^ Hews Condensed far  Busy  Readers  k .Winnipeg! -.>Tov.-t:     '-' -  The; body of'T. VV. Reily^'a/railway  man of St Thomas, who ; has been  missing for a week was found in the  river at the foot of Columbus aveniie.''  Detroit.  The Cliff, at Levis. Que., gave way,  400 feet falling down into thc street  i below,  Winnipeg, Nov. 2:  Mr. Forsyth and Mr. Rutherford addressed the .farmers at Rathwelh  The cl������rgy have been blamed for the  Carllst troubles, in Spain.   -.     ,-.  J. Percy, Lawlcs, a Toronto lawyer,  was sent to prison for six months.  Georgia legislators - had ��������� a serious  fight on a train en route to a stato fair.  ..The welcome given to the First con-  tigent on the arrival at Halifax on the  Idaho way a magnificent one. The  battleship Crescent, with her 600 marines, as well aa 4,000 solidcrs, were in  the line of march, and the day and  night were spent In a manner long to  be remembered.  Thc Lord Mayor of Liverpool entertained 25 Invalided Caadtans at a  luncheon. They sail for home on- the  Carthagenla.   .  ' Lord Roberts* departure for England  Is still again postponed owing to the"  llTness of his-daughter in Pretoria. The.  Boers' have'seizetT'a Btrltlsh poet" near  Geneva! '" They--'captured 90 men, but  released them shortly 'afterwards.- s-o.as  to prevent'their-progress being ham-"  pered. The same, bodj- also held up a  Capo Town train, and set flre to lt.  after looting it and destroying the  malls that were aboard.  The provincial court at Hamburg ha3  seized a large quantity of Transvaal  gold. Cecil Rhodes states tha.t_he  will welcome the Boers to Rhodes!iu  Ven. Arch Deacon Mills .was consecrated co-ndjutor bishop of Ontario  nt  Kingston.  Sir Thomas Lipton is 'reported to  have cleared ?35O,00O by hia recent corner ln pork. ���������  Owing to a defective proclamation  tho Woodlands bye-election" lias been  postponed.  Mr. Grenlcy, of High Bluff, was elected reeve of Portage a Prairip rural  municipality.  British iron manufacturers have reduced prices to meet United ," States  and German competition.  T. W. Taylor was elected to the  local legislature at the Centre Winnipeg byc-eleetion in the Conservative  interest by 15S majority over Robt.  Muir.  Lord Salisbury Is premier and Lord  Lansdowne  is foreign  secretary.  The five powers agreeing to^the Anglo-German Chinese note are Britain,  Japan. Italy, Austria ana Germany.  The other three approve of the "open  door." but claim that" powers,' may be  allowed If necessary io seize certain  territory.  Disloyal  -    , There-aye 39, people,-missing since  ,Tho. flag of truce'sent by General the N. y: drug store fire and the  Uaget to\Botlia , asking for hia sur- loss of property will he over $2,900.-  render baa been courteously returned.. 000. .,.-,-,  The-Idaho was'signalled at Halifax I Onii mall clerk wns killed and six  " this'morning. Great preparations have others injured in an accident on the  been made., for., the-welcome * today.." Chlcag#-'& Alton, railway, in Illinois.  Thousands'of people promenaded thel Tho Russian reply to the" Anglo-  straete"%ll night,, waiting for tho German. ..agreement id, reference -to  news.-.:.--',. t |China has been received    In  London  Word has been received that Botha and is not satisfactory.  t  hail invaded Cape Colony and march-  ing.- on- Kenhardt.''    ���������  -Trooper Q.-H. Aston of Edmonton,  who ts ln Ottawa related the warmth  of tbe hospitality extended to' them  in England. ,.,  Lord Gro'svenor was wounded at  Bothlehetn'/ The Gordon' Highland-  era and' the Devonshire regiment  \uvre been ordered to China.  There were only two acclamations  throughput the Dominion at -yesterday's" nominations: Mr. Lavergneiii  Drummond and Arthabasca, and' 2Hr.  Seagram in North Waterloo,    a Lib-  The total census figures ln the  United States by states and terrlor-  les are published, the total population  being 76,295,000.  Myles McNeill, a miner lost his life  In a caveln of a slope in the-British  Columbia mine, Summit Camp, near  Grand Forks.  The government of Now South  Wales has,Invited the premiers of  Canada, Cape Colony and Natal together with other representatives to  attend the inauguration of the Commonwealth of Australia.  A  new  French   Conservative even-  Winnipeg. Nov. 3:  Rev. Mr. Mathlc-son. of Mount  Forect, Ontario, a prominenL Presby-  "terlan. divine, is dead.  y;WpJter, Forsythe.- a .North Brandon  farmer, "met -with a serious accident in  -a .thresher.-.  ; ' Alvord;  the.   defaulting New   York  uank-\tellerr-wai7-d!schargtid7--but-lm^-  TOedlately. re-arres ted.  " An:,   application-/;., for ^ a   wholesa.lV-  license-at; Caiman/:wasv refused.     '"A"  'Lorette req;uest':",was"erante<l.'  '-  '- Instead ot ^'purchasing-, tlie;   Parnell  estate the funds collected, will be devoted to 'the 'erection of a monument.  Attorney ^Albert T. Patrick.-of New  Yo'rft, has been' arrested ^accused 'of  the murder of Millionaire Tyce in  September. ? , V.  ; A prisoner sentenced Ad"-two'-'years in.  the penitentiary escaped from the police in Kingston and haa not '-?en captured yet. '' _���������  A-test" at the- "Winnipeg .water woi>s,i  'showed that flve.mllton gallons a. day  Is being pumped'lato thc malna.^Th*  engineer's statements show that'" 159.06*9"  was spent on the work since July Bth.  ���������' Canada's trade Is Increasing enormously. For the flrst threv? months of  1900 the advance over 18M Is- 543.580,000.  Thc advance over last year for th������  samo period Is twelve million dollars.  The Boere captured a British post  at Reddersburg; securing 30 prisoner*.  eral and a Conservative. ������������������ There are. ing paper ,has made, its, appearance in  scverpl'.three cornered-fights.   -    ���������     | Montreal   under  the  name  of  L'Ex-  The Oceftp ..Accident &������������������ Guarantee press.  eoOTpap>-:h������������'eVK>aid'' 21; claims to the     in spite of definite  statements    m  neat'of kin''and'legal heirs of Can- the German papers that Emepror Wil  But    Marred     by     Tarte's  Coldeness  n.S60' ,N0V" 5'-Thcre was a large  number of men of  tbo R.C.A.   Qo  G.H. and 90th battalions at the I C.R  ������?������in" ii L������i****n the train coil  taining the South African contingent  Sfl**?^ 5v:30.on Saturday .morning.  Thebufele band of,'the 8th was' also  m attendance. When the boys arrived they were received with cheers  t������i ^ Yor,ks" Atter half an four's  stay -the train proceeded to Montreal ���������-It will  stop.ov,T .at St.  Ro'sa-  i on a tIme- rea<*'ns Montreal .at  l.ou   p.m.  The contingient" composed of 30  ?.en���������?rWeh had. been sidetracked at  St. Charles, ..arrived at Levis at' , 9  o'clock and was met by the government steamer Druid and the parents  of the returning men. When the  Druid left Levis a salute of 29  guns was fired from the citadel. On  landing, a procession was formed and  the South Afi lean heroes were escorted through the principal streets of  the city, which were ."gaily decorated  and-lined by cheering multitudes,- to  the -skating .rink. ��������� Here an address  waa-read to Colonel,-Pelletier���������' iand  his; brave boys while the former iwas  'made the - recipient of'- a Handsome  cabinet" of .cntlery 'presented  on   be-  The Reception at; Ottawa  Ottawa, Nov. 5.���������The city extended a memorable welcome to the returned soldiers on Saturday. The  city was gay with" flags. .;The train  arrived at 2:45. On Metcalf street.  Tarte's home was the only one not  decorated, not even the tricolor  being displayed. . This has caused  much adverse criticism.' ��������� The governor general addressed the .men on  Parliament hill. At night the t city  was ablaze with illuminations and  a great celebration is promised for  today In. Lansdowne park. - "'Lady  Minto , will present the ��������� men with  gold lockets. ��������� ,���������'  The Unspeakable   Tarto - .������������������  Mr. Tarte's unpatriotic indifference  to tho welcome of the troops is being  talked about. By some it was suggested to force the Liberal minister  to hang out the union jack or the  Canadian ensign. The opinion was  freely expressed that had Tarte gone  so far as to have displayed the tricolor of France and thus shown at  leasty a measure, of respect to' .tha  Canadian heroes, his offence" against  patriotic decency -might in a measure  have been 'condoned. Noting however could remove the stigma already  Inflicted by thc absence on the residence of the minister of public  works of the smallest token of respect and honor which from a.minister of the crown was at least due to  the returning soldiers. It may be  placed to the credit of tho citizens  of Ottawa that' advantage was not  taken, of all th'e vircumstsnees to  create.unpleasantness, in the yicinitj  of Tarte's residence:.- The fact is, vit  seemed.to be tacitly'.iti.dentood. that  to make a scene .would diminish an  established and .most',.apparent re;  "flection." upon the disloyalty, and neglect-of the minister.- But on'every  itreet- comer and In' ��������� every.- 'hotel  rotunda tho theme of- Tarte's im-  passlveness   is  heard.   -o  Montreal. Nov. 3.���������An important  document has Just been Issued signed  by all the French-Canadian Conservative candidates In the province of  Quebec. It is tun eloquent and earnest protest against tho dnngcrous and  desperate appeals of the corrupt Tarte  clique and is destined to exercise a  sweeping Influence on the electorate  of. this province. There, haa been a  noticeable an* extremely significant  Lounge, In sentiment going on  thri"'ighout the province during the  last :-^ree '-daya and the Conservatives  are oc ifldeat of carrying a large pror  portion of the 52 seats. ���������  *The document, signed  by  the  conservative candidates  Is as follows:  Finding the French Canadians rising  in their might to, overthrow the Tarte  ,-omment, the Uberala have printed  Tarte only asks for ono more term  of power for" his party.      In another'  five years, aaj-s- an  exchange,  ho expects to be rich beyond''thc necessity  of pulling political strings. .   .  HUDSON S BAY  COMPANY  S������*Cv  ���������#'%������ijm>-'.  INCORPORATED 189*.  . We have just ���������"��������� received the following  new  season's,, goods;  Car  of California   Evaporated Fruits.  Car of Canned Uoods. including, Bowlby's Tomatoes,  Peas, Corn, Beans, Strawberries, Peaches, Pears,   etc.  Car of ltaisins, Currants,  Peel, .Spices, etc., and a consignment of Spanish   Onions.  Car of Apples expected  daily. The prices of tho above  goods are being quoted very  low. Ranchers laying in their  fall supplies will do well to  get our price list.  CALGARY  ���������.v .. ���������.  and issued at.the last hour on.the very  whom they afterwards released.    The'|ev0  0f  an  election   a   pamphlet    in-  New Brunswick company in  the First  tended to rouse unthinking', masses to  adiana'killed in-South Africa, includ- Ham will visit Queen Victoria   there  I. M. "Arnold, captain of the Win-  Is the very best reason for believing  that he will not do so. .  4  nlpeg'90th Rifles.  A Liberal-Unionist was returned ln  Orkney 'Shetland -confeet..  Hamelin & Cameron's store in Na-  plnka was entered by burglars.  Tho town of Guaranas. Venezuela,  was dostroyed by an earthquake.  V. Winkler, has resigned his seat for  Rhineiand, in "the Manitoba house.  Mr, Dobell. a member of the Laurier cabinet, has returned from England.   '  A heavy explosion" of gas occurred  in tho slope of No. 1 shaft of tho  Kingston Coal company, at Edwards-  vlllc, in which .three men" lost their  Uvea and six others were badly burned. -Five of the six injured aro in  a precarious condition, and  doubtful if they can survive.  There will be a grand review of  the troops at Pretoria on Nov. 1st.  The Guards brigade will return for it  from   Wonderfontein.  Colonel Pilkington, of the West  Australians has been appointed to  succeed Colonel Hansel in command  of the Cape Police.  Intelligence has reached Pretoria  that- General Botha is marching  with a strong force to invade. Cape  Colony, where tho irrceoncilablo  Boers are ready to join him.  The war oflice has received the following 'despatch from Lord Roberta  dated Johannesburg,-Oct. 30: In consequence of numerous attacks on the  contingent received a'-rouslne welcome  at St. John. The remaining membens  of the contingent left Halifax for th<������  east Friday morning and will reach  Montreal today at 9:3t a.m. -A, message was received from the Winnipeg  boys and a receDtion will be tendered  them-on their arrival.  Ex-Mayor' Strong, .'of New "Tork. is  dead.  : The Rat Portaae skating rink was  destroyed by fire.  the frenzy ofia mob. in' the hope of  carrying them to thel ballot boxes  blinded by racial prejudice. ��������� There  never waa a-more deliberate attempt  to raise a veritable race war, and which  If persisted in can 'scarcely end' in'  anything but open rebellion, or,-annexation.    , '' li-A-'"  If is the-work of men driven'by,-despair and who, rather than' rpk' the  will of the people at the polls, descend  to the wretched expedient of arousing,'  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave,  RATE $1 oo PER,DAT  The  Good accommodation.    A.' good bar  well supplied   with choice wine?  ���������Kqiiore.and'cigars.     ....  .-l-.s  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Brown  & Pool  1 Proprietors ������������������  P. 5<JRNS jc GO,  i   t ���������  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  .^   :  Prime Beef \ Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  eed and Sale Stable of tbe.Lardeaa and Trent Lake  Saddle and  Pack'  Horses Always-  for' Hire.  Freighting and  .Teaming a  Specialty.  ������������������' Daily-Stage-leaves; Thomson's -.Landing ^every ^morning at  . if   for Trout Lake City.'-'For particulars\write - " "���������  -       < ��������� "',  ���������������������������'   -   .' -."".       CRAIG &'HlLI.MAKr, THOstsoxVlANBiNa  o clock  OF CANADA  Head Office. Teronto.  Capital'Attth ������rind,  Capital Paid Up. '  Rest; '      -."'-.  , $2,500,000.00  S2,43S,������03.Q0  *i;700,ooo.eo  H.  DIRECTORa:  S.  Howland, President  : in-a collision near Hamilton. Ontar-  by lnfammatory appeals  and'lmagfn  lo. a passenger and freight train wer������ ary ,storles,  the  worst" passions   thq.t  wrecked. - human" beings ea"  be" guilty" of. * "Xs  The Spanish troons have scored sev-  the Boxer element In China roused to  eral small victories over .the Carllsts. j deeds  of violence 'and  blopdsBpd.1 so.  Eugene Debs will he asked by per-  .the Liberals ln thc pamphlet JjSe?pi;,to  sonal friends to withdraw In favor ot (dethrone reason and  tntcllIgepic������f������������lOcl  William Jennings Brran. to drive our people of the pr&xnWtfi'-.to-  The Southern Pacific Railway direr- I acts that    they may  regret "au ,i,������H}i������V.  tors elected  Charles M. Hayes" presl- lives.      Tartu  and   Blair  and' .'ilftoh  think they can deceive us French Canadians but let them beware.        ,  Tho   French   Canadians   arc   nndlnK  out that  Mr.  Tarte.  who "was jT.1. poor.  man In 1S96, is now rich   an*   Uvea.  luxuriously.     He and hia Liberal gov  dct of the road.  it   is| railway: General   HunteV  drove    the  .*.,-- -enemy out of Ventorsburg with elicitJpiu:'ppf*."''\fr'vl  Winnipeg.   Nov.  3:  The liners Furst. Bismarck a^id  Pretoria, are aground in tlie JDlbe  river . "  Masked men dynamited a .safe in a 'eminent have made life dear ;for the,  bank at Jackson Centri>, Ohio, secur- poor man. Clothing, coal oil, grocc-rr  ingr W.000. ties,  hardware,  furniture, .Coal,' eve'ry'-  Eleven persons suffered death by a .thing Is dearer now   than   waen the.,  } Are-damp explosion at a coal mine in t Conservatives were ln power.     Tart������'  -. things by wresting us, tho ErencU Can������  T.R.Merrltt,Vlce-Pres, St.   Catherines  William Ramsay, ��������� Robert JaSray  Hugh  Ryan,. T  Sutherland,  Stayner  Ellaa Rodgere  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Braadon.  , Calgary,   , Edmonton,  Golden,' Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince      ' Albert,'       Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Reyelstoke.  Ontario: , ���������>.  - - Essex,   Fergua,- Gait,   Ihgersoll,  -    Llatowel Niagara  Falls, ��������� Port  Coljborne,' Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie. St. Catherines, St.Thomas,  ���������Porpnto, , Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton.^      -', v-i   .  Quebec  ably 'funMshed-'-with the: chtHc^at  ���������' the market' affords.' "Beet' Wines,  Liquors and (Jigars. ' Large, 'light*  bedrooms.., - Kates $1 t,n. dav.  Monthly rate.��������� ; ii.>.:  i Wbift SIoik. Prwr.  PACIFIC  ADO 80S LINE.  STILL CONTINUES TO OPERATE FIRST-CLASS  SLEEPERS ON ALL  TRAINS FROM REVELSTOKE AN0 KOOTENAY  LANDING  ent���������Deposits  lived and In-  fi  Sairf  Of >������1'  tewrt'^,^.       ,***  DebentUrft������rrProvlnciaI, -Municipal,  and other "Hetenturea purchased.  DrafU :and ", Letters of - Credit-  Available at' 'air points 'of Canada,  United Kingdom , United States,  Europe, India, Chimb' Japan. Australia, New Zealand etc  ' Gold   purchased.'  'Thi* bank issues Special  Receipts  which'will be accounted,-for at any  of ythe Hudson's  Bay Co's  Posts  in  the Tukon and Northern districts.  A. R. B. HZARN.  " 'Manager Revelstoke Braactu  Ml  , , Also-Tourist .-.-Care;*pissing  JJuniiiore Junction, Daily for  St. Paul,'Saturdays for 'Mon'  treal and Boston, Mondays  and Thursdays for Thtimto.'  S^ie^^s-.pji"si?'-.liEeveIstok6'one  dify earfier. '     '  No trouble to quote rates  and give you a pointer regarding 'the Eastern - Trip you  contemplate taking?-4  Fall and Winter Schedule now Effective  b or Time-ta hies. Rites, and full  in  formation call on or address nearest  local agent, or ; .  T. A. BRAOSHAW, Ageot. Revelstoke  W- F. ANDERSON E. P. COYtE  ' T. P. A. ���������*'    S. C. P. A.  Nelson. S. G. Vancouver, 8. C  ROBERT SAMSON  andDrayrna^.  Draytn* and delivery work a cmofaU-  ty. Teams alwaysVeady on ahortoat  ���������-������--       Contraata  for .lohhtna  taban.  nottoa.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  lilacksuiithing,   Jobbing, \'>-  Plumbing,  Pipe Fitting,f^C  - vTinsmithing,  Sheet 5Irbn?.-v  -������Work;   Machinery^   xKe-^i  paired. .    '      ''-'*:'  Mining    Work    a    Specialty-  K.OBT. CM>EUH>W  R*v������lat������ke.  Undertakinsr and Embalming-'  . ���������. i ������������������             --*    , ���������**-  . R Howson & Col, -    '-.'-.  . ������CACs������;,zi������~ATr.--,. f >e --������"!  , , ���������*..* k       r  t������������t������a Deatne-fti Fnriilfjrtr.' -  -  *.'���������  \Hiy- mmum  WE FILL  .���������M-l"i-i'**'i'*'4-H';l-Hr'H"i-i"l"i"i-*'i"i| t  "           ':::.' /;!.  I   Prescriptions I  X Our Prescription Department is un- *  fr equalled (or thp rare and skill with fr  fr    w.������ich our prescriptions ure prepared,     fr  ^ we rarrv alargeftork oilho Purest oi *  T    IMogs aad Chemicals. ^,  fr Deliveries niatie to any port ol the +  ���������J"    Cits, i -    *  5        Night Bell on Door.       t  +   CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO. *  ������ KEV������LSTOKE J  + *  * +-W-M-H-+���������H-+-H"H"H"M"M"H' +  BORN  Hkuce���������On the Oth inst,,,  to   Mr.   and  Mrs. H'.iRh Bruce a wm. .  66  TAYLOR '&. GEORGE.  THE  /lfxA.j. /H^aX'   fjA  /   <&/&Tud<?.  $J&7Us'.  NOTE AND COMMENT  Today is a day, which   is  us   yet   of  . , ,    ,- ���������    k.t ,-cni'i-elv inore than oflirinl and private  Local and General  Newsi11,te(.1.vunci.ibiu wllil.1, w���������, ,.veillHlliiy  lit'foiiit; one of the   great   pulilie   holi-  ��������� Clearing sale of pipes nt Brown's.  Thn Heralo is rIikI to learn that L.  Peltipiece i.s making a Kood   recovery.  ��������� VeiliiiRs, 15c. jier yard,  ut M.  K.  L'iWMIIl's.  H. S. Wilson aiul Mrs. Wilson re-  itiriicd tin Moncliiy fitmi a three  >11n11h.-> visit, in tin: East.  ���������Smoke Jose .Ma Garcia. Brown's  ttiliaccti >t(ii'La.  I). It. niackinore cainc in from the  Jtii'dnii [-"as.-, this week with two beaver  .-kins, taken a little way up llie creek  und two goatskins as the i cstilt of his  I ri p.  ���������K. H. Triiniaii is here for a short,  stay. Sit now for your Photo's for  Clii-istiii.is. Great variety uf sizes uiui  new style mounts.  Jas. Armstrong, O. P. R. agent al  Glacier, who acL'oinpaineil hy Miss.  Ai'iusti'ong has been enjoying it trip in  California,   has returned home.  Peter Moore. C. P. lt. bridge inspect or has left Rogers Pass to superintend the construct ion of the new  bridge over the Fraser at Mission.  ���������All kinds of fancy work baskets at  >I. K. Lawson's.  Rev. H. 3. Thompson will begin a  series of special' sermons on-"The  Apostles deed" next Sunday evening.  Nun-church goers especially are invited to attend the services.  The election in Gaspe takes place  next Monday. The candidates are It.  i/Ciiiieux, Liberal, the silling meuibei,  anil A:'Beaudcy Perce, Conservative.  Mr. I.einieux's' majority in '5)0 was  only 42.  ���������A soothing smoke drives dull  care  away.   The best tobaccos from far off  lands'    We carry an assortment large  enough In suit each   smokers'   wliiui.  . Brown's tobacco store.  ��������� St.iiiip������'d linen doylies, centre  pieces, tray cloths, etc., at M. K. Law-  aoli's.  Next    Monday    evi-ninfr    at   -the  ���������Epworth    League    meeting    in     the  Metliodislchurchlbe Rev, S. J. Thomp-  hiiii will deliver  a   lecture   on   "King  William, Prince of Orange."  ���������Flat tn Rent���������suitable for a small  family, over the Emporium Parlors  McKenzie Avenue. Apply to M. K.  Lawson, ;,-.  Eyre Porritt, Mr.'* To r tt' and children weie in town un 'iuesday from  L iiirie.   - Mi s. Puir.lt i.s the au'tln r ss  ��������� if an article, in this months Wide  "World "How the AvalancliK struck us  nt Laurie," being an interesting  .-icroiint of a snow slide, which came  iluwii on their i-usideuce lasl March.  ���������Exclusive styles are provided only  by exclusive tailors. Thai's us to a  dot. Our stock of piece goods includes  a number of exclusive natterns and  our cutting, flitini? ii'id'm-iking are  excl'i-dve in   lheir  faulllessness.      Il.V  ��������� inr cn.it lime remember. You'll  ��������� In liest here, J. li. Cressman, McKenzie Ave.  W. E. ltinos and ,1. Sweeney left for  Ferguson on Wednesday anil Geo.  Ijiforme. C. Richards and Gus Hetl-  >-ti om are. to follow tl tiring , tho week  having lieen engaged to work on the  Towser by the Towner Mining Co. of  Chit-ago. J. Ske'aff Alanager. ��������� with  whom lhe owners I).1 Fergnttin tint! J.  Knowles have made a fresh deal fulfill e property.  ���������Eiderdown flinnel in .white and  pink. Sl-25 per yard, at M.K. Lawsuits.  The Christmas supplement of the B.  C. Mining Record is announced and  will be issued during thn last week in  November. ���������- It will contain a complete  _ .record of.the history.nnd. progress of  milling m the province, . profusely"  illustrated hesides articles by. Sir  Henry Joli and original ' stories , by.  Clive Phillips 'Volley, W. W. Jacobs  and others. -It will form an .admirable  Christmas souvenir for mailing to  friends abroad.  Hon. W. C. Wells. Chief Cimmissi-  uner of Lands anil Works, arrived in  town yesterday morning in response  lu a biiiiibHi'dniPiitof urgent telegrams  from the board of trade collectively  unci individually. In once more take  up the matter n't commencing the Big  Bend wagon mail. ��������� He met Hie- board  yesteiday iifipi-iioon and before leaving town tliis morning gave orders tn  coiiiineiice operntiotis on the road by  ��������� lav work unlaw The Rr.it.tcn,  however, understands that only a very  Miiall portion of the work will be done  nntl that the .ini'inUers of the board  are verv fur from being satisfied with  l lie result of Mr. Well's visit.  days of-tlie'Einpiie. 11 is thu birthday  of II. It. 11. the Prince of Wales. The  Prince is a personage of enormous  popularity in the old country, ..where  be is best known. He lias recently  expressed' a .strong wish to revisit.  Canada, which' il, is to lie hoped that  he will bu able to carry out. His  coiirteMe.s to tbo returning Canadian  soldiers anil the Bisley team have  eviticeil liis great jitpiii'ei'iation of the  good woik our boys have done for the  Empire inul his desire for a belter  actiuaiiitiince with Camilla ami men  and things Canadian. These signs  shew that the prince is anxious to  follow his great mother, Victoria the  Well Beloved, ill the task of empire  buiklin'g"anil empiie binding. A visit,  from him to this loyal Dominion  would be .welcomed wilh 'immense  until usi.'isui nnd would be looked upon  as the best token of the appreciation  with which Canada's . recent set vices  to tho Empire ure regarded by the  Imperial Royal family.  LATE JAMhti GILL & CO.  9?  Great Bargains  =2--  The Mining and Engineering Review  considers it probable that the. price of  copper will advance toward the end of  the year. The consumption uf copper  is continually on the increase in  Europe. ' A t the same time silver ' has  touched 0-1 cents and the prospects tire  that it will continue to list;. These  factors point, to an increase of mining  act ivity next year and North Kootenay  should be oneiif I be districts to profit  by it. We must never let iip till we  gel t.he transportation facilities, which  alone will indtire capital to take hold  of the wonderful resources of tne  district.  A NOBLE DEATH  Dies  Experience  There are two vital points  in the drug business: experience and purity.  Our experience is beyond question  nntl the purity of our drugs' is K"ar-   ���������  anteed.   Prescriptions that are tilled '  here are reliable. ������������������'-.  We shall be glad to serve yoni.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  Geo. F. Curtis,  TAYLOR BLOCK,  McKenzie Ave  Men's All Wool Tweed Suits  Regular Prices, $8, $io, 16  Cut to $4, $6,-$8  PANTS  Men's all Wool, Serge and Tweed  n s.  A Gallant Officer of the C. M. R  to Save His Comrade.  The following thrilling record nf  callantry concerns two ofllcers of t.he  C. M. It. both well known to many old  Nor'Weslers iu town. tJapt. Chalmers  ���������vas tin ex-inspector of the N. W.M, P.  but had resigned his commission and  lelt a fl iiirisliing surveyor's business  in Edmonton to join the C M. lt. and  met bis'death in South Africa. Saunders wa.s an inspector in the Mounted  folic, well known in the force:  Lord Roberts in  a,   despatch,   tinted  ,T iliannesliiirg, Nov,   nth,   reports   to  the War Oflice  as   follows:      "Sinilti-  D.irien states that Major Saunders ami  (Jnpt.   Chalmers,    of     the    Canadian  Mounted Rifles,   behaved   wilh   gieat  gallantry in the action   of   Nov.   2nd.  Saunders roilti out   under a heavy   lire  to     bring   in   a   horseless     non-commissioned   ofllcer.        Saunders     was  wounded and his horse was   killed nntl  Chalmers    we.nl     In   his     assistance.  Saunders implored .him I o   leave,    but  was refused, and tbe gallant  Chalmers  was. I grieve to sav, killed."  m  rM  fed  '.--���������3  ri'ii,  i-A-i"  fi-'-LA  m  ���������������������$.  ������&  HATS  0 HATS  HATS  Trimmed and  Untrimmed  The be������t lUMirlment ot Trimmed  nii'l Untrimmed lints in the  t;ity. Call and inspect before  purchasing.  Misses Shepard &Bell  MeKtMizie AvL'iuie      o.rj:s  m  rm  S3?  ������4  m  M  m  iTSt  SS  m  rLSl  REGULAR PRICE-$2-$3-a;id ?4  CUT TO���������$i oo���������$i so���������$2.  NECKWEAR  Men's Beautiful Silk Ties  REGULAR   PRICE���������soc-eoc-7Sc-and .fi oo  CUT TO���������20c. each.  HATS  REGULAR PRICE��������� $i so���������$2 oo���������$2 50���������i$3 00���������53 75���������$4 00  CUT TO-$i co���������?i 50���������!?2 oo-$3 00���������$3 25  We are also giving a Cash Discount of 20 percent, off all our EOOTS and SHOES  The Wide-Awake Business Men',  McKenzie  Avenue.  A Dainty Timepiece  The lone, tlollrnte chain is the correct adjunct for a  Dainty Time Piere, ttiitl is usual in ht> ninny other  ways you can't affortl to be without out'.  We offer.special bn rutins in these fashionable chains  either with or without lhe wateli.  GUY 'BARBER,"Watchmaker and Jeweller  '    ������������������        Mackenzie Avenue.  <^\&ili&^T'^U^u^y*ltfLJ&U^2&j^-ii&-Li  On and after this date our prices for Cut Fire.wou'il'will   be as  follows: -  SI 00 Per Cord at Mill  ���������,  82.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH.  FRED'ROBINSON, ��������� ��������� ���������       .    Mana^in^ Director.  l.n rue nntl Well Lighted  Srilnple 'Utonis   Heated ;by Hot Air antl ftlcrtritt  Hells ahd Ligliiln every room  Free Bus ^.feet4* All Traint ���������    -  llea-.'onable Hates  ^.HOTEL   YIGTORIAj-  .1011N.V. PERKS. PnopittKTcm.  Xifrht  Ciriil t*..i-zi *ii ''-.imec.lion for lhe Ctnnenienre of flnests  il"t'weenSnS'tel(aud Stm.on [^������^������OS'lb������\������ 9    H^o'^o  mm  CLOSIUG-  OTJT  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  Black Hear ami  Kanparoo mineral claim*  situate in the Lardeau Mining Olvi-ion  ������t .West    Kootenay    District.     Where  located :  al   the.   Iiendwitters  ot   Bear  Creek, a tributary of Pool Creek.  Take  Notlee  that    I, .1. Fred.   Kitchie,   of  Hosnlantl. B. C. (aetintjas aeent for "The Hlack  Hear Mining  Co.,   of    [.tirdmii,   B. 1:.,   Ltd."  Free   Minor's - rertitieatc   No.    B41T27I,    Free  Miner's.|t'ertilifate No.   lCM.vj,   intend, M.vty  davs froin-tlio-tlftte-hercof ui_appty_Iu^Llie  Mining Recorder lor Certllieat'-s of Improve- 4.  lneuts, for the purpose of obtaining Crown t'fr  Crams of tlie abitve claims. i fr  And further take notice  that action, under ; fr  section 37.  must  be   eoinmeneeil   before   the | fr  Issuance ot sueh Certificates of Improvement*. 1 fr  Dated this I'll teem h day of September, A.D.,  ,fr  1900.  J. FRED. RITCHIE.  Thl������ notice was rtrst publishetl in thia  paper  on the 9th day of November, 1900.  GOODS AT YOUR OWN  PRICES  EVERYTHING MUST GO  NOW ON AT  m. K. LAWSON'S  Mackenzie Ave.  2vSV  IS-  ������  539  ******.'r.t*****.t************  fr *  g  We Repair:   WATCHES    '  CLOCKS,  and all klnd.-t of Jewellery  Presidential Elections.  McKinh-y is elected l������y 115 votes  nvef Bi'van. with Idaho 3, Kentucky  13, anil Ncln-aska 8. still to hear from.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  4  m  Canadian Birkljec^Ifrvestmenl&Saviiiss Co  '���������' '      ��������� *   ��������� ��������� ��������� *i !��������� ���������  Capital, 82,500,000.      Head Office,��������� Toronto.  Money Loaned to Purchase or Build or Pay Off  Existing Encumbrances.  Repayable in Easy Monthly Instalments and over porlodq from 3 to 8 yeari  an preR'rred.  The most certain and advantageous method of acquiring a homo or i>a\lnc  off a inurlKiLKti Indebtedness.  Full particulars on application.  F. B. LEWIS, G. S. McCARTER,  Local Agent. Solititor.  'naps in  Hardware  A look into our Ten or Twontv-llve  cent window will iwtonish you as to  values.  No shop worn gondii, nil up-to-date  wito ihe prices cut in two.  Don't mliin thc chance to get a  Gurney Art Souvenir  Heater  Prices���������Rock  Bottom  \.W. M. Lawrence  liSTATK  ] Hardware. Tinware. Stoves.  Paints. Oils and Cllo&s.  I ,CW"Ageiit for Hamilton Powder Co.  THE' FRED   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED'.  .0,  Hi*  Fi'i'in   licail    Ui    fnnt   . wv itirnisli  jfiitli'ini'ii     wild     i'iini|ili-ii', ^lylUh,  liii'alilt' ami I'liiiifin tnlik' \veiti'iii;j  .ipp iii'l:  OUR NEVJ  FALL AND WINTER  HOSIER'/ AND NECKWEAR  arc ni'itlfls nf li:il:i'itlaslifi'V, and nro.  attracting favni-alilu ,-U tent ion fi-tnii  ^llllll lll'ChSL'l.S. Wc'tl liku you to, sou  them.  J. B. CRESSMAN  MACKENZIE A.'KXUK.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches   Wo have the name of making  the only Stylish ,'JuitK in Town  ��������� for diinibilltv and quality  they also excel. ;       -     '  '   --  .---TO������- _TRY ONE  ���������R,S;: WILSON  ��������� -. - Next the' McCarty Block'. :-'  Ijctl Koso Decree mectii second antl fourth  Frlunyn of cai-li month; White Hok? Iieirf-e  "jeeu Ilrst Friday uf ench month,in Oddfellows*  Hull.   ViKllIna brctliren welcome.  WM. MATHERS,  1   . Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  teculitr meetings are held In tho  Oddfellow'H Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. itharo.  \ lulling brethren cordially Invited  - THOS. STEED, W.M.  1   ...t.    >������*     **y!B.-"  w  li. K. ATKI.VS.  Chief Hanger,  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F., No. 3461.  Meets In the Oddfel-  lows'Hall.on tlieaecond  and fourth Monday* of  each month.' "Visitlne  brethren Invited to attend.  C.W.MlTCHHtL,    '  Kec.-Se������.  !> MACK'S  HEADACHE  WAFERS  Aif; a; spceily,, ciM'tain itrttl  safe i-i'ii-H I'm- Ile.-ulachi's til'  all_ tii'iuin.s, wlii'llit'i' sick,  I'ilintis,. nci'Vniis tn-' liwii'i-  li'.-il: itlsii a -Hi-cat l't'Hef fur  Ni'iii'.ili;ia.  ' 'W'K PiMi'PAliK TMEM  " We ti^.: tmly Ktnn.lin-il  CMteinit-.tls," iherel'titt' u'n  can t't'cniniiieptl Ihi'l'n.  IMMtlK 2Tn: PIS It BOX  FiELD & BEWS,  III iiKjiNt.. aii,l ��������� nuiniiLTt.,  Ilr.'iwit I'.lot-k.  ������B������Wf$B������W0^}r&^<������  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke,-B.C.  Meets every' Wrdni'srinv in  OddfflltiWK' Hall at SnVl'ock  Vi������itins: Knight.s invited.  .Wm. Mathews, C. Or��������� :   :   :   : ���������:   ':  :,-  ; ���������,: ���������:    J. SAVAgKi K; of R. &_S.  A. H. HOLDICH1 \ " '������������������'���������  '   ANALYTICAL CHEMI^t-  ..-.  AND.'ASSAYER  .-   ,;  Royal Pchotil of Mines;.Lnnclon.   'Kevon Vea'ri  at   Morfa. Works,  Swansea': '17   vears  t:hle(  Chemist  to Wipan llottl and-Iron Co..   Kni?.  I.ati. fhemist and AsMiver, Hall Mlnt-K, Ltd.  s examined and reported ii;mn.  Revelstoke, B.C.  All nature i.s smiliiik- and car���������  Khould you bo liunlliiK tottav;  Antl shoot hy totiil luck.'       ' ���������    ,.   .  Hear, fleer, I'ariridicft or Dnt'k.  i can ntount-"eiii for motlerate pay.  H.W. EDWARDS, taxidermist  '     ' Third Slreet, neveimoke, H. C.  tZSr-l'. O. lins���������IA. ���������  -  filVK YOU TEETH ATTENTION    '  V.'.hen they. Ilrst. need it. befort) ther  L'lve >iiu iiain, thereby aviiltllmc nfisi*  li'MtsufferliiK and ajwtiriin; more aallii-  fnclory and iiermancnt wnrk. and at lrurf  eost. 1 hau If left until the latter tti-o*  of decay.  ess*  Dentist,  :    :   ':    :    Taylor nioek.  NOTICE  If lhe   work   i^   not satlnfactory we -7   ik$,  fr   refund jour cionev. fr   li3  * WEGUARANTEEOURWORK * Idi  fr           and -.tantl by our guarantee.  BEVELSTOKE  ^*      Wo also parry h. >:ood lin'' nf WnJchcs    C \ {{&})  *������   And Jcwt:I!**ry, wlurb we df/.j*f������-e of at   T ; ^  modum-ie price  ���������J! B.M. ALLUM,!  The r.eadlnit  Watehmaker antl .lewi-I'-r.  NOTICE  Mountain Belle mineralelalinuiltiin  in    the   I.artieau   Minim;   Division   of  West    Kootenay     nt-trlct. Wlmrn ��������� fr  locatetl : 'at   Ihe   lwinlwaterM  of -Hear - fr  Creek, a tributary of :',n>l Creek I fr  Take   Notice   that   I.   J.   Fred    Ultchle.   of j ************'**+*+*-r*****frh  Ko������i"lanil.   H.   C. (aetitnr   ii*   ������ui>nl for   Frank |    tiranir^r-'mllh Jr.     Free   Miner's   Certificate | :   No. tduOii).   Free Miit^rsrertlilcali; No. WMi '  Intend, .il'ctj' tlay- Irom the date hereof,  applv to the MlnlnR Ileeorder fur a Cerllll''ate  nlliriprnveincni*, (or the purpose n( obtain-  iilK * Crown (Irant of th>- abuvt: claim. '  And further take notlee lhat at-tloil. und-r  "ectlnn 37, must lie coniincnceil b'.'fore the  Issuance of niteh Certificate of   Improvements.  Dated thia Fifteenth day ofheptcmbur, A.  D��������� 1SO0.  .1. FRKD. BfTCHlK.  Thlsnoilce wa������ HrHt publishetl ln this paper  on thc Dili day of November, 1000, ,  ************.Xf***.r.y********  T  I  EDISON'S  STANDARD  PHONOGRAPH  iThe 'Cash Bazaar.  THE STORE FOR THE LADIES.  '     "'-MILLINERY  Choicii nnd'Styliiih Millinery���������a very stylish line for .Saturday  DRESS GOODS  Our Dress Gmvla Stock is now ctmipH'te in nil the learlini; Cloths  and Box Cloths. Wu are allowing tht; largest and lu-ht nin������e  in the City. ..  ,   -MANTLES  We are offering to clenr odd lines' in Fawn, Brown, Blacks  Ladies', MUses' and Children's -sizes.-  CSS  m  Our Sale Saturday Morning  CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK.  P  St--  S3  LvS'j  1  m  m  **************************  Willi ft.ll thc tntf'st imytrov^monts ������������������������  ���������will fulv'ij and ro^rodtir*1 rfcopli. ������r  l'rji-c    *J."j    <'ompl������;l(*, ' including rf-  Wccnnicr, I!r������firodnrer, lirr** Hoc\\ a  Taiiphfro    Shaving*    Kniff.    Ktir ������s������  Tnh'j.",   cnmcN   Hair   Knn������h,   Oil ���������{���������  Can���������nW������ half n rl07,0:1 rcror<N r-ixl x*>  books of instruction. .*���������  G: J. AM AN  10' housekeepers  ������tfF~ Now li. il:,-.   linn;   |n   ],.|.   j���������   votir  Wintcr'.s.S'.iiiply of  "Vegetables  nt reasonable prit'es.   Theiroods are  lirst rial* and InV'linle  POTATOES. TURNIPS,  CARROTS  BEETS, ONIONS. PARSNIPS,  \  Also for Mile about 10 Ions of  ;,;HAY.::  .  s.,d.-cro.w.le:  ocO-:im  Hevelsloke. P.O.  FOR SALE  Two Cars' of BeeJ.Steers  Two and three ycnrii old, for delivery  between  now mitl iJist'Cirihfr Int.  For particulars apply to the undersigned,.   ���������  .,.,,,' B'O.RCH & CO',"'.rV-  novfi.lt, ���������' Bed Deer, A Tlii.  L. jSl.  FRBTZ  Contractor  and Builder  Houses and Etorcs to Rent  and For Si'.\it.  -Mifle- is hereby irlvcn lhat one month after  flute nf record I intentl to applv in tho (tblei  CommiiiHioner of I.nntls anil Works to piirfhaxo  SOncrestif ttin.i In thu dial rlettif West Kootenai,  desiTlln-ri nn fiiiinwit: Commeneinir at a oos'i.  marked ��������� Alexander Rreen. Nnrih-enst t-onmr"  pliieed on the West bunk of Imuran |<!\������t.  iitljoliilin; post marked "S.ttniu-1 .Ltiffmnn."  iibtnit lifit-cu fhal ns South of.the .Jimptiuii of  Onnean Kiver nml the West I'ork, llifin-p South  forty (-10) ehalntt theiit-e west t������entv(ai)<.]iiilnn,  thence Xorlh forty (-10) .elmlns, thenee Ka-t  twenty (ai) ehains to plat-e of ('Ommcneeinenl..  Ibiletl nt West Fork, Dnnean Kiver, Il.c, tbo  Sol h tlay of Scptdmber, I0IHI.  oetl'.'-lmlt AI.EXANriKIl (iRKKN*.  To Rent. ~���������  Hoiine, situated near the Government Office  Apply ut the Kkkalu ollrt-e.  ' .'','.'  PROVINCIAL SECUETAKVS  OFFIOK  Ills Honour the Meiitunaiil-novernor has'  been pleased to make the following otiiiolnt-  munih:-- , . ���������    ���������   ���������   . .  Mth Oetnbor, 1900.  l'rederiek f,'. Kaiiqnier, of tho City of  Kevelstoke. Kaqnlre, S. M., to he Collector of  Voteit for thc kevelntoke Uldlnic of t|ie We"l  Ktiott'imy Itleeioral ninlrlcl, vice -ll. S.,  Coursier, Bipilre: Kuch appointment to date  from the lfith instant. ' -:   i  Alexiiiidcr f.anionl Slnwnrl, of Ulcclllpwaet,  Kstqiilri*, to b6 Milling lleeordur und Collector,  nf Kevenne Tax for the Illecillewaet Mining  IUvltiinn, vice Itobert Armstrong, Knqulrv. v  Providing j-ou are patronizing  thc Stt'tim Laundry.  We need ynur support. Do we  merit it? Come now let lib  re;is.on together. Cnn yriu give  us any just reason whj* we  phould.not do ypxtr wnahiug?.'.  rKBk  'fi^^?>',,^^1,@@'*b''^@j������(SS' @,Si^IBiC^!^1���������:i!S)0@S''@>^  Procricior.  T'.-it'pbone ���������  Jas. I,. "Woodrow  jgUTOHBR  Jletail Dealer in���������     v   ...  Beef, Pork,..  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season.... '  All ordera promptly filled.  25TOIS&. KBYBMffOKB, B.GL' ]'  H.Q.PARSON  WHOLESALE  /   ' ...  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  REVELSTOKE. B.C.  I  I

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