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' '~44'       }''     ��������� '���������' ���������'!"*-<'  // ''t ,>'." .*-/;!* // *r  f P/S'x     > '*/V  -  1  -ISSTJEID   TWIOE-A-WEBK - TUESDAYS   A-IETID    IF'jair.IEXA.irS   REVELSTOKE,   B. C. - FRIDAY,    JANUARY    4,   1901.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  l>1  I  8������3������������������������������������S)i^^  GR1?AT  CHANCE  To Make  '.Money. ;;  c .* i.,., ' *.   *' n * -���������  We are offering  100 Pairs of  BOOTS at  actual COST  [Ladies', Gent's, Children's]  ��������� These are Boots that  we only have a few pairs  of each line ��������� and we mast  clear  them   out    to   make  room for Isew Goods.  *.  OOMT MISS THE ORPBRTUHHY,  We' are also ��������� clearing out  all Short lines of U. S. & R.  Shoe?. There arc some  snaps, in these. Cull and  sec them.  THE  WAGON ROAD  TRAINMEN   AND   LADIES   A'<  Groceries .  -Choicest and Best thdt  be' procured?  '4*  _������L  M  As the tune of wi il ing the reason'**.  \\ hii-h detfi milled the government tr  shut down work on Ihe Big Bend road  have not been disclosed. The HERALD  cannot help thinktng that it was a  most unwise decision of their part.  In the first place thin is the best time  ofthe year for working in the canyon.  The ground is hard and Btays in  place and the danger to the  wnrkiugniun from slides is far  less than in the spi ing or summer. In  fact there is one p.irtictilar place, in  the creek which flows through' tiie  slide, in which it will he impossible to  get tiien to work once the ground Ihih  heroine loosened up in the spring, the  danger from above from falling rocks  and booklets heing so .great. In the  second place what work has heen done  will have to be done all, over again, if  it is left till spring, Itdias not been  cribbed at all. If nothing is done to  secme it now. when_ work .begins  again, it will tie found that all. the  work done aud money spent during  the past two months.* has gone for  nothing. This is the situation as it  stands right now.  having discovered that the work at  this particular point is costing moro  than was expected and have laid off  the men in order to adopt* some less  expensive and speedier method of construction through the slide than by  pick and shovel, well and good. But  that is'no reason for leaving what  Work has already 'been done mise-  cuted or for abandoning work on. the  road above the slide, which carfhe  done to quite as good, if not better  advantage right now, than at any  other season of the year.       ���������   ������������������  Bee.iuso the government iriny'as  we'.I make up its mind to it that this  Big Bend wagon road has got to be  built. We have up theie for 150 miles  not th"of Revelsloke'a country with a  wealth and variety ot resouices unsurpassed in the province. The people  of Revelstoke do, not intend to sil  down and wait, for its development  for another ten years. We here in this  place know the situation as no one else  can. -When'we tell the government  lhat the building of this road is an  imperative necessity as a great  priiyiD<*i/il,undertaking to open up ,i  dmmry'vvhich ivilfequal, if 'not surpass, "the great mineral producing  district south' of ns, we are not talking  merely for amusement and we expect  some atlention paid to our assertion.  We mean to ' have, that road huih  because sh'ii t of a railio.id, it is the  only method of commiiiiical ion lh.it  will serve our purpose effectually.  Steamboat communication wil'icnuie  as a valuable atixiliuiy to the road,  as soon as'thu road is built. It will not  come before tor the simple reason  that until the road is constructed  steamboat men will not be able to see  the tiaflic to warrant them in the  vent ure. Numerous attempts, have  been made'lo get a boat (in the rivet  iu the past, and have failed. In the  , second place, even if a boat was put  on,,it. would not without the toifd,  ctfect the development gf^|io.pniintry.  People will not .stay in aA|kB(Viel_which  is only*accessible'for four-or five  months ���������i-the year, .That is the experience oi'I he past. 'It is jtI\jP  tion-in-the-Big���������Bend���������right  During the spintiier work goe-i on.'  Under enormous djIlicnrLies it is trm;,*  but it goes on. I?i theftvinter the dis'  trict is deserted. A steamboat on the  liver wouli^give ii cheaper iiietboj. of  itig^tlf  n- tilt; s*  ivflRer at all - *  A Bright Prospect  * *  Happiness and healt-h go '  hand in hand with wholesome food.   "We1 lead  the  procession, for  we t-uaply  The Best. Products;    l  and cutting   the mam  down sayes  you mon^1  Our - delicht  satisfaction.  to make the  new" yeurls  business a pleasure to ou  iriends "by supplying. bet-V  ter things than ever.      ���������(  margin  Y  is  in   yojur  We propose  Dance the Old Year out and the Twentieth Century in.   A Most Successful  Affair.  In the unanimous opinion  of everyone  piesent, and there were some two  hundred, the dance given hy the B. R.  T. aud the sister   Ladies   Aid   Society  on   New   Year's   Eve   was   the most  enjoyable and successful  allair in  lhe  social records   of   Revelstoke.    Never  has  Tapping's opera,   house   been   so  tastefully   and  artistically   decoraled  as it was on    this ore isiou'.   Besides  the.  illumination   otdinarily  alforded  by the electric   clustcis   in   t.he  opera  house, two engine headlights blazed at  each end of the ballroom,   while   four  dozen signal lanterns disposed  among  the greenery anil hunting, with which  a canopy had heen arranged ahove the  whole  space   of   the   floor,    gleamed  with'many  lined  radiance like  lights  fi mil lairy laud.  Iu various nooks and  corners cosy seats wore arranged wilh  bright colored   hangings and canopies  which added immensely to the appeal-  naice of the room.   Aiound the  walls  If thegovernment, ' ^aKs-   mottoes   and   symbols   of   the  brotherhood * were  disposed   in   pro  fusion.    The   .stage    was     "boxed.',  making a   comfortable   apartment   in  which the Revelsti.ko orchestra .took  their  places.   The floor was good,"the  music was good   and   at   times   there  were   as   many .is eight y couples footing it. on  the   floor.    At   the'solemn  hour of midnight the deep tones of an  engine   hell' concealed in   the   gallery  announced th.it   the   nineteenth   cen-  ~tury had "passed away and lhat a new  century' of  the  Christian Era was at  that nioment'b'orn. Supper was served  in the ylower  hall   of   the Oddfellows  building, the . upper  rooms  of which  were used'for dressing rooms.    It }va������.  served by the cateier-i.   Messrs,   C.ild-  well & Vye, proprietors of tht* Queen's  hoti:I, on two long tables running  the  entire length  of   the   nail,   tn.-,li*fully  set out and fairly groaning wilh a mo-t  sumptuous and elegant repast.   About  two   bundled   guests   in all sat dimu.  After supper dancing was i enewed and  the ball kept going merrily   imi.il   the  infant year was four or  five hours old.  The Brotherhood and the  Lulies Aid  Soeietv-niay well lie  t-iiugratiilated on  the success of t he evening_ pai t icularly  as the'nel piioceeds are.to"*"!^  devoted  to    that     nio-t    worthy    object   the  Widows and Orphans Fund.  ������j������j^^ig*g������J!������������i������i������>������>>l������������������i������>^������J������j������tftft ������**t������>������y\g*<^j!������^JW>^^*������*^>*g|������^*^*g*������g>J(i   ^^������������^>J**������#i>r������j������������^^������>>Wj>L������j������j������ji  GREAT DEPARTMENTAL STORE  situ.i-  to^dn*-.*  transportation   throug^s. tlfe   stiminv  hut ft wouldvnot alter tilt; situation  ii  GRAND ORDER OF THE ORIENT.  Kha'ifa Coj  Friiiii the 1  LOJKil i  and ift t  il Si N. Laftudei?  he'liurning sand*  We Wish Our Friends  aiid Psttrons  ���������i\-  ������  4.  to this snow lipped region is'a feaiful  leap yet know ye that the followeis of  the*. Crescent 'on " Wednesday, last  established a count iPni our midst and  itisevitlHiilth.it their votaries will  soon be as nuiiiei nns .-is the leaves in  autumn., We feel it our hunnden duty  to acquaint our remlaVs 1hat. this  society is for the elevation of mankind  inculcating by solemn lessons" that  cardinal virtue humility. ���������  Tlie. ollieers eieil are ih follows'  iGrand Orient. C.'H. Snyder; Graiul^'  Vizier, LVH. Biu������k; P*G. Orient. Thus.  U.iller*'' G_r"Prni)het, 3. H Scoff; G'.  Herald, JfJW. Bennett; G. Sec. R. S.  Wilson; (i. .Treasr-rE.'Bnrri.lge;'1 G^  AViirds1nTOiT"J~C7e^ie;_G7iVi(li!tt^~iJt_  Mc(;.illmn;.G. A. P... vVf1" WiHsoti,       *  Members of any fraternal   society in  A?B&ppy  A*-  ��������� ������������������������������������������������'���������'*'' *  ���������Wp "Xear.  trood stauduig are el  elngihle.  elali !^  liililCi.tnt.1tiitirff-|ittrt-rf-|itirfiit1if*  PTTTTTTttTTTTTW  CB.Hume&Co,  ���������. AX  The government may as we_M*miike  Sp their minds 'Unit "ie, people of  ^lievelstoke mean to Have this rrifd  I i^i IL n___ know the reason wky. Until  it iH.nniltrfhiH place will reiuain,as it  staiids ttiduy-j-a- little M'ailwiy^tnwn  with the wholrf'con*"miinily'(,dependinju  on the C. P. ll. pav roll. As soon as it  is finished, Revelstoke will commence  to tjikiApos-spssion 1if mscoinmei'cial  AeirilorSl which will ultimately place  tju|'nt the verv head of "lhe husincs-.  centres- of KiWilenav. Wet are r.ol  going'to he balked of our fiitim; he-  cause the government, gets "cold feet."  over expending a few thousand dollars. ���������   -. ,    ,  The anthoriliesiit Ari< toria may as  well get down t������T blTsines4and Hgure  on ihe most economuiil and expeVl  tinus tnei hods of making a sbyi-t a ;^in  nt the work > tin ouch the "t-nnyon.  There are other ways nf getting  -thtough this '���������lide. in whicli tli������4-h-iie  stuck, besides 'going'at. it'hii'llheided  w th pick and shovel. ^In I he--year  1001 there is no necessity tor adhering  lo llie ideas of"load con*Hi'iirr,ion.?pie-  v.iibng ' in-*- the' reign ������of Que^n  Eliz.ibeth, jVe *R*e not at all partiriilui-  how tin* w*Wrk is done, only done it has  troiftlii I*. Wejeav<* the tletails* to He  prnle***������iiinal advisers of the d**p'irt-  tnentof Luiids anil Works. - However,  we would like to emphasize oiie.sinnll  pointer which we have already given  them snd thai i.s that mile-,*! ih*-y  wa'nt to lose lht* four or five tWus.in'l  llolliirs, *whith they have-recently  spent .on < the road, they, hud liei ler  serine the work done with ff_'at* once  liefoii* it gels too I,lie.' When the  people of Revelstoke ask the government to imi'lei take* this work they  wtyit nn the suppositioiFCh it ordinary  coiiiiiion sense would be applied iu ils  performunei*. We'iillogelher decline  to be considered lesponiublrt ,fiy any  j^nici.il blunders displayeiLin the con-  'ffluct of t,he operalions. 'And if the  depiirluieiitJieliliewl.tely WiiaLer sevm-nl'  thousand doll������**s afc tin*very sfivt* off  that Ik thelHlii'nkotlt not ours. *S8 will  .nri������Mriit,cept<*tl heri-nis'u *viilld urgii-  ii'ieiil -igiinst renewing tho prosecution  ii'tln' ilri.lei*liiktlig< th tlii* iiliiiiV>iii.'iU.  I'.'.   ,ii>     ���������  ^ , ft IImss.iii EI-Kedir.  Due Grand Acnty nf Princes,  Scions of G. A. P., ���������    .  poward be IIe*Who Winces'  Or Lacks iu Chivalrvl  One Monster Aggregation  i Outstretdied From Sea to Son,  O May All Fully lenlise '"  The Stern lleality.  \. - *  j    -~  i'Mans Study of Mankind is man,  * Then ������������������Knnw.Thvself'.atiiHiie,  "As Yon Would1 Have, Others   be" to  ,        You ���������     ,  Full of Moral Ardeury,^  Wa  G. V. O  Tbo B^s in Khaki. e  'Fifteen representatives of the  famous Second Battalion ol the Royal  Canadians passed through on Sunday's  No. 1 on their way to the roast. /Hie  detachuiimt tx.\������ in chfirgi: of Lieut.  L.ift'erty, a young Calgarian, aud included "'Private "Niebeigall,, who was  "wouiided,rin'--two places at the celebrated assault on Uronje'n laager_| at  Paardeheiij. 'The boys looked well and  fit aftty llysii j5*iir ot cijinp.iigiiiiig. A  large crowd.of peopi*^ were assembled  at the, station to see the deta-hmenl  go through hul, then* ivq no attempt  nl 'any demonstration. .The gieat  Was arcoidoil  to t Im  reception .was arcoidoil   t  when the-! reached Vanco  y - . "  ouve^  ;   rew  'Ihe Revelstoke Riujc.  .   Thp coliH) "j|j of the past  enabled tl ..'ui.tn.igeineiit of Lhe Itevel  stuke rink to" .iniuiunt'e   tlntt  the   itii1'  was   teaily   f.ir   skat\t\.} nu   Monday  evening.New Year's B.-e.      About   50  or 83 I-i vers of the   s|yu,   imik   advantage   of the    opportunity^   vvhiluv a  practise game was played   during   the  evening nn one of   the   curling, rink-.  Ou New Year's and the follo.viug   day  the   skating   rink  *xxaa *oppiie-l    both  afternoon   and   evening.     'The' ('itv  handwas"in   iitteiidiincii*ditrinj*   the  evening of New   Year's  uiui 'a'- good  crowd of skaters   wivs   presiint.     The  wine day witnessed tin* fnriri.il   opening of-   the curling sea?ou,. which jtas-  --       -     ��������� ���������1   ..r 'ii.u  f-lL'na!:si>il.'*>_,-- 'i'.ii.  ii'iiifi     L'ti'.-iti-'n'.'s -  nr1.-. ti  lav'soc  ���������iJ.'   V  THE 0P.N1HC OF THE LARDEAU  A Bright Outlook and full of Promise '._  Ot Great Prosperity., ( . ^"., .'  The opening up of the greatLardcau'  district means a great dealfor British  Columbia. The deposits of silver-lead  ores are very large, and closely resemble in a general way the ore bodies  of Leadville, Uol., which, have added  hundreds of millions to the mineral  production of the United Stateti  Without a l ail way. owing to thn  country, il has been impossible U>  make large ore shipment*!, but atiftl-  cient ore has been shipped this year  to convince, not only the C. P. U,  but also the Great Northern railway.,  ofthe wisdom of building into the  Lardeau, and hoth companies havo  graded their road beds side hy side for  a distance of 16 - miles. The federal  government grauled the Great Northern railway a subsidy of 9*3,200 a mile  for 30 miles of. their road,'^ and that  company   may  also   be  expected   tu.  resume work whenever the   O.   P.   R.  . ,       f .     ,    . ..  begins. The resources of the , country  have also attracted the attention of  the British Columbia government,  and after careful.}nvestigation_pn, tbo .  part of the' Provincial .mineralogist,  a grant of-S6.000 was voted, at. thp  last session of the bouse, of. assembly,  at Victoria, to assist the Lavian-Bntte.  company to build a waggon road to  'tis mine. Owing to the delay iu building the railway this, road has pot been  built, but in view of .the decision to  start wnrk on the railways, the Miner-  is'informed hy Mr...McKane, the,  president of the . Lavina-Butte com-  pany.-lhat the road will.bej'cp'ustiuct-  ed in order that shipments of ore may.  be made lrorn the^ Lavina and other  mines next season. '.       .        ,' _' .  Altogether the outlpok.for the whole-  Lardeau country is bright and  full   of  pi omise.   That the district will attract  a great deal of attention next- year  is  beyond question. * The  renewed  in-  teiest has given an impetus to mining  development,   'and    there    is - more  activity in this respect than' ever  before.   In the Lardo-_Dunoaii -the,.best,  developed property is the Lavina-Butte.  which has been opened up by 1,200 feet  of tunnels  and   upraises.,,and * has  m,  large oie reserve ready for  shipment.  An   adjoining 'property.,  the,   Lost  Mhuhtaicf.'Iins altj'd'Jjeen developed^ by-  TOO feet of .tunnels, and a, number  o������  smaller properties' have  been .opened ,  up.   A little further north, the  Ban-.-  nockhii.rn,r.and  the  properties of the..  Geld Hills comp'iny,  have   been.actively worked  during the   past year..  There.-ire many   promising" prospects   -���������  in this vicinity^ and[lately,the ore has      '  yielded increased gold   values.     It  is      <  known that the   Lardo  river," which  drains  the    Lardo-Duncan    country,',  produced a  large   amount, of placer    "  gold in   the  60's.   when   the  Cariboo.  excitement fltst attracted attention to  Britisn Columbia, and iu the   E^ardeau,"  the gold  values  associated  with .ths.  silver-lead ores are higher���������particular-^  ly  in   the" cases  of    the    properties  named���������than in  the  Slocan   or  East l  Kooteny.       *        .   - .-..:,, .^  Besides these  properties,   however,  there are also the Old Gold, Primrose,"  Guinea Gold, Triune, Silver Cujp .and. '  a number ht other  gnuips, ne<y..>Ppr**l    -  Rii8on City, all of which.will b^ tapped   -  .by-the. proposed railways���������and-nianT. ,  of them are now in a position, to ship. -  With all,thi6~work  done,   it-U  well,  known that the Lardeau is more Itilly. > -  Aevelopedand tested, both as  to the  extent and permanency of its deposits.    ,  than"was the Slocan before the -S.y.0   ..  &.Slocan   railway,",������_������..bnj.lt'. i^ji 18B5,  Perhaps this accounts for,the fact that,  the Lardo. after.years of  waiting,   is  now lo have two railways, thus ensuring competition   as' to  freight, rates,  which mvist be an   inestimable' boom,  to  the  mining development of   the-  whole district.   Assuredly aa  era. of  great  prosperity . ha*   dawned,   and  this will  be, Hailed .witli pleasur, Irr^  Rossland, .where a number of ourlmln-  ing operators are.liirgelv' Interested in.  many of Uie most  promUlog  properties,  on   whicli they ..hiiyc , already  expended lai^je suips in  development  work.���������Jtosslmid Miner.  The Blue Jay,  Tlre.^Cing Placer Minjps .Co. of,  Philaderphia.hav^decided.ta take hold,  of the Blue Jay placet' lease, on .Smith  creek nrtd their, representative here,,  E. A. Bradley, made the first.payment  {,o the locators, Gus Uedstrom.*\V..  Richards, C. Hansen. John Soards  and H. liowai*d.- on the 54th. Mr..  Brad'kjy icft for Philndephia on Sun-,  day .nitft'tiitig to consult with the  company and expects, to return early,  in tfie spring .mil take supplies. up",to.  the lease by boat as soou as the liver  opens. _  UH-  lil"- i -(p  General .Merdh&xits  ;   For rgoi. / ; ,. _;   ._  The.calendars for the first year  of  the 20th   century  are ,uo������; out, and  from   them   is>   to.:b*_������  gathei*ed .that-.  sprinfrM>egins on March 21st, at 7.33  p. m.; summer.'.Tune 22, at 12.48 p. m.;  autumti. Sept. 2?. at 6.18,-p.  j_a.,  and  winter Dec. Zfc. at 12.45 p. $j;' ".Lent  commences on Feh.SOlli.   Easter falls  nn   the _?th cf April? Ascension Day,  Mav -IC;   VVhiuunday,   May  28   and  (airistuias Tails-on. Wednesday. March^  J nnc. Septemhw .and   December  are  thc five Sunday months?.   ���������  -1  -- v il  /-./*' IB  $m  '    a-v.**!  "U-i  l'.!'l  51.1.1    t.V^xS^K-������VK������-<-|j',IKt.-*vWtC^^J'^;.t.-|-.  .. ���������^^^^^^Sf,iK^4 ������,-w-*������������������>*���������.���������!"���������  Revelstoke   Herald  p-abllshed In the Interests oi  Rfivelatoke. lArdeau, Bis Bend. Trout  R������S������miclllewaet, Albert Canyon,  "jorfan     Pas������     and      Eagle  Pass Districts.  *.   JOHNSON.. ...PBOPBIBTOK  .    ������~n,t -Weekly Journal,   published  .taA������*fS2������?*. S^keTu^  E.   ST5S^ ^   closest  t^J^'lU   ate.  ^rtS s^-Column^.������M������  .uesai ������*=���������. 10 ������n������ J"     ^j^.  5 cents  The correspondent o������ the London  Times saya that thc Dominion elections have loft tho weakest Canadian  House of Commons since Confedera-  iion. And yet It has a plethora of  tiberals in it. Tho inference to bo  drawn Is.very obvious.  AN AMUSING INCIDENT  NOVEL SCHEME  A Western Man Displays His Skill with  the Rope.���������He Ties up a  British  Officer and is Invalided Home"!  %U& per  tach wtien  -uegal ads  ami.iv"- "T- o.ocu Issue.  woUo33, 10 cents P*r Ug^\Xes.  Birth.   Maniace  and   vent.  Subscription    Rates:  jarrter.-*$2.W per annum.  By    mail    or  $1.25 for sir  taonths, strictly ln ads*anee.  Our Job Department. THE HERALD  Job   Department    Is   one   of the  boat  '     ���������i-nnc.    offices    in    West  The hero of .an amusing and much  discussed incident o������-the South. At'rl-  Thc new Conservative national ean war_. says tho - "Winnipeg Tele.  policy to be successful must be a grfuli, is Trooper W.ll.Hainmoud, of  constntctivc one. Opposition and Medicine Hat, who enlisted in the  e-iticism of. a government alouo is Canadian Mounted Rifles, and aftor-  scldom sufficient to carry n party to wards joined General Hutton's bn-  There most be something satie of, scouts. Tho brigade was  * quai'toid at ITotoria, ami Hammond,  tiring of tho even  tonor of garrison  ���������       "���������';".' I life, decided to add a spice of ^xc*_-c"  We would urgo upon the Dominion  Strange Tale of a Watch  Mink Raising for Profit.  Minneapolis Tribune:    While many  residents  of Minneapolis    have  been  uovotlng considerable timo ot late to  the   raising   of   Belgian   hares, .they  may   do   surprised   to   learn   that   a     .-.--.--       .  .   -    ���������    ��������� .      -.,,._.  Wisconsin man. IS. N. Hai'vc^I^c,   co^ation^pon&������^*%^  THE   DYEE'S   FINISH  How it Was Lost and Curious!.*. Found  Montreal-Star: < Iii'tho roundhouse  of the Canadian Pacific railway company's  repair  shop,   in   the  terminal". ,���������,���������,       ��������������������������� ,  city  of    Vancouver,     one    day   last | pool  Killer   might  happen  around."  week, a mechanic  employed    by., that  ' "I understand It's dangerous to  nyo tho halrT" causally ^remarked  thc man who was thinking of trying lt. j,���������,  "Vcs," said the merry medical  ���������'one   can't    tell    -when   tno  man;  J. M. SCOTT. B.A., UL.B  Barrister. Solicitor, Notary Public. Btc  StcKeaote Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money to Loan  1 ���������        ��������� ���������  HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM  v-nS0^ Znoed the hareindustry   box   of  passenger'   engine    No.   249,  Mills,  Has dropped l^ .j11*��������� ^"^   Whlch had  just  returned  from  a run  ������L,?n,^lCla^f,������   f he Sg of   to Winnipeg,  nnd  was in the   shops  power.  tangible to offer to the people.  Equipped printing offices  ��������� Kootenay. and Is prepared to execute  ���������oil kinds o������ printing In first-class  **.yte at honest prices. One price to  ���������UL No Job too large���������none too  ���������znaJt���������for us. Mall orders promptly  attended to. Give us a trial on your  ���������est order.  To Correspondents: We Invite correspondence on any subject of interest to the general public, and desire  a, reliable correspondent In every locality surrounding Itovelstoke. In all  cases the bona fide name of the  writer must accompany manuscript,  ���������bnt not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  P.EVETJSTOKE HERALD.  Notice to Correspondents.  j_   All correspondence must be leg-  government, the necessity of increased  immigration accommodation hore. If  it is not provided we stand a chance  to lose some of our share of tho immigration that wiii set this .way in  the spring. This is a matter for-Mr.  Oliver to look into;  meat.  wester  hand  street,  He   forthwith    mounted    his  :md with a lasso in  much better. This Is the raising  minks, aud he says he can dispose ol  the fur to manufacturers at a good  price and have thousands of dollars  while  thc   Belgian  hare  peoplo havo  a.-Dutchman, hovo In Bight about this  timo,  trundling, a  wheelbarrow.    Tho  Canadian   cowboy   forthwith     poised  his  lafso,   encircling  tho  citizen    of  Pretoria In its tightening.grasp.   Tho  latter  was   literally    carried   off   his  foot and  was forced  to    follow    the  Canadian   rider   in   rather nu undig:  niilcd  manner.    At.  this  moment-, an-  in the Transvaal war, tmt'hopes Pro-   English  officer,   entrusted   with     the  videncc   w.il    help  the , Boors.      Mr.   preservation of the peace of tlie city,  Kruger  apparently  is  not of  Napol-  happened, along.  Ho  rcprlmimdcd tho  r ...  , ���������  .     ...       , ,,   Canuck nnd-threatened   to  havu  him  eon s way of thinking, when  l.o said   I)liiwd  .,.   flllnilK-c v���������0  ���������. hc flw ^  Kruger says ho'will tntsa no more  in   kings  and  emperors  to, intervene  only dimes.   . .  The mink farm, wliich  Is the  first  one  known   to   exist,  is  31  fee  long  r,r,������  1,-nnwn  to  exist   Is 34  feet long  rn charger, and with a lasso in   ^^^doftho outdoor yard Is  raced  up and down the    main   by  ~ reel wmo spacious  ...ccMnn-   Avni-vthmc   movable   1"  oj   a...       mi.  "���������."r".      ^    ^Q  ��������� yard  pVenty"large" e'notiKh for them to run  around and enjoy themselves. They  prefer to come out during the evening and receive tlu-ir daily portions  of meat at that time  :t,   1'assoing   every thing   movable   --     - ..  _���������(,_,  ta sight.    Unfortunately ^-himself   ^������* ,������������ Tnf STopcn  for repairs, found a largo nickel watch  among the soot and ashes. It was  one of the kind used by a great num-  br of worklugnion, who would destroy a good watch at thoir daily employment, and when found it was In  very good condition, considering what  it had gone through.  To say he ,was surprised at finding  it. in, such a place would be putting  it mildly; if hia life had depended  upon it, ho could not havo told how  jt entered. But subsequent findings  showed, that there was a large rent  in' the'screen . of. tho smoke ' stock,  where no doubt the watch had mado  its entrance, but who had  thrown or  I Barristers, Solicitors., Etc.  =' Solicitors    for    Imperial    Bank   t  Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offlces:    Molsons Bank Block  First Street, Revelstoke'Station, KC.'  rbty written on  one side of the paper  ^Correspondence containing ner-  ^nat matter must be signed with the  proper name of the writer.  Correspondence     with  that.  Provident*  was  usually  on-the  side of the big battalions.  *      *      ��������� .  Tht* United StiiO/.s authorities .seo.ni  lo bo at thoir wits nnd to put down  the numerous    lynchlngs    that havo  recently .taken  place in the Southern  statee.''   If   they   would   hang  a   few  of tho-barhiiriaufi that torture unconvicted   men  t.o  death  it would pretty  soon put an end to mob law. .  3.  iw.,..,           reference  that   has   appeared   In  ust first be offered for  before  lt  show moro respect and regard for the  cithern* ot Pretoria. Tlammond,  having had a taste of tho fun, had  no intention of complying with tho  officer's request. On the other hand,  he saw in him .another" good object  for his skill with the conquering  lasso. Wheeling about, the Canuck  released the Dutch captive, cantered  up the street at a. lively   pace    and  threw the lasso    In    lino    with   tho 1   ���������  --  -British ofiicer.   -it encircled the latter   pieces and  eat the flesh.      However,  ! and  "dismounted   him   in   an: inslant.    "'" ������������������������������������������������������������-now nnt flesh  Hamrnohd  was severely reprimanded.  Nothiii" but meat and all kinds of put it there? That was the question,  ."ime -ire given to them to feed on. Taking tho watch to his homo with  "Whenover I have a sick chicken," him that evening, he told tlie story  snid Mr Harrey, "1 take him right 0f Its strange find to his wife and a  over to M- Mink, and he do������s the row friends, and aa some or thu  bleeding in' tho" good old fashlonod ..-tends werc'of tho gentler sex, nearly  manner." ovory woman within a radius ot two  Sure enough, when a chicken, a miles soon knew the tale. Finally,  small rabbit or anything alive ia j Ulc 8t0ry slowly going the rounds of  thrown ln to the pen tho fierce little u.o gossiping community,' came to the  rodents are after it In a minute. .   It |. t>.ir 0f on4_ George Williams, a brick  tuk'ee*   about Ave   minutes   ot   good  sprinting to catch a lively rabbit.  Once caught, the mink digs Its  strongth teeth Into tho rabbit's jugular vein and sucks .out the blood.  After tho blood is exhausted thc game  is left and the more timid females  come  out and   tear    the  animal    to  to    anything  another paper -m  rnibllcadon   to   that   PaP������_  ST^pear In THE HERALD  A MATTER OF IMPORTANCE  There can be little doubt that there  ��������� boom, in Wcst-  -wlll-very BfioTtlybe a  -The-British.,government  ������������������:ai'fuculty,';.---.in  It is  n mutter of conjecture as  to  whether Laurier will take his henchman  Tarte with him to  Australia to  bo present at the opening of the flrst 1  general    parliament.        Perhaps    the  Imperial  air  ot Australia would  not  agree  with   the  constitution  of    tho  Minister of Piibttc Works.  *       ��������� ':'������������������������ '  Tho   Conservatives    ,who .are   ln-  or. as he expreses it himself. "wa9  invalided,home." He was in England  for some timo, and is now on his  way west, whnrc.-.ho can secure more  suitable subjects for his lasso.  ' AN  UNKNOWN  HERO  era horses.  Is   finding  the  greatest  obtaining    suitable    mounts    ?or tho  soldiers" at ^present   iu   South  Africa  and they are looking everywhere for  a fresh supply.   The war has demonstrated that, the- most .suitable horses  for   active  operations     In   tho    field  aro of a similar class to those which  are raisfid  in  groat  numners  ln Al-  b*snt, and if those interested take the  "  pains to go about the matter rightly,  - a moat favorable  trade  can  soon be  built up  with  the British  war office  authorities.    Owing to the bad judgment and .indifferent  knowledge  displayed by -Dr. McEachran in purchasing   tr.ounts   for   S    th������?  merits - of  our  uot-oroperly  demonstrated and  aaaa .for     the  cllned to bo despondent ovor. tho ro-l.^naxM." many" persons  would   un  doubtedly havo beet, hurt.  A   team  ot   heavy   draught  horses,  attached  to a big ice wagon formed  suit of the-,-recent-  elections -should  remember "that whom Uie lord lo-.-eth  he   chaslencth."     The  'Conservatives!!" :        r  ,   -.    ���������.. ���������    .. c.���������..���������..n,  ' thc engine of destruction. At Seventh  street  the team became excited about.  wild run down the avenus.  It was just at the time when the  stxeots -were crowded with pedestrians and vehicles. The many Christmas shoppers on foot and in carriages and the peoplo who were employed down town, wore ail hurrying  were  -it  ���������athcona's   Horse,  Western    horses  people   of   the  have certainly received very tangible  proof of. iie good will of providence  If thc* above may bo laken as, a criterion.  >������       <c       ���������  The reorganiation of the Conservative party must bo brought about, to  a great extent by the young men of.  tho country".     Yout his ever full ot  bright  ideas    and    high    aspirations11 0f"crowding   and   pushing   humanity  .���������iini   everything  is   to   be   gained   by .came the heavy team,  giving  the   young  men  a   chance   in I    Down  they    came.-   setting  "th.  political  arena.      Now    1*^^*1^^���������,^^  chance   and   it   remains   to   see.  that 1 ,..__.,-_re__   screamed     as   they   .lodged  they rise to the situation.. | the maddened  horses;     men    jumped  and thc corner  policemen    found  all  lavor, who was at that timo working upon the new C.P.R. station while  in course of construction.: Ho callod  upon Mr. Clements, the finder of tho  timepiece, and after a careful examination proved the watch to bo his,  and related in the following words  how  it had   been  lost and  by some  t,,^ l= ......   - - - .     . 1 strange accident   had   lodged   in   the  they will never oat flesh when biooa , SI__okcatack  of an  outgoing engine.  can  bo obtained. j     "On  the 13th of  January    last,    1  A chicken is treated in the same | was t.mpl0j.ed 1)y t_j0 Canadian Pacific  brutal manner; right under the winS | ra.]vav company. We were, working  it is clutched by tne mink and the , uj>on :liQ top ^ tbe new stayon that  blood drawn out. A large enougn ��������� ^^ an(J j wag ^.mmoung a' hrlck  trough of water is placed in the jam ; towor An day long tho ^in(_ i_]ow  during the summer and is used as a ��������� a   hoavy   Ralo   from   ino  South-west,  natatortum. which,as  you  will    remember,   did   a  "It Is groat fun to .watch tutm ( ]a.,g(_ amovml of damag(. upon the  swimming at early evening, sam mr. j wator������ro__t ^^ same night. The  Harvey. "They will go in ror a , foren_an of thc brlckwork on thesta-  good time and strive to eaten tne Uon James wil__0__i coniing to the top  frogs I Place In the water foi tnea. | q������ the bu���������dln oracred tho meu w  Once in a while they get. tc' flghUng . workIn&i  and   gct  0ff  Uie  roof,  and when they are ready for a fight.       ������ho  tQ,d us> ,nc  ^p^y- thought  they are terrible. .     .    it   was   ton   dangerous    to  continue.  At  present  Mr.   Harvey  has  about Un. strength  of the  rising  20 -minks,  but  next    summer    there *  will pronably he about SM.more. The j-^nd ������ ^^ ^  dark ones arc    most    valuable    .ind 1 ^ the  fetch a  good  price.      The  sum  pa*d    ^^ ^^.^ ^  found ,t wa8 just  c"o"'ciock and began what ended in aj ^L^Ll^1^ ^      ? !'2  o'clock    and* the  train from below    ������ir    ,    ^'^,,h'v   ;������   Pxnerienced   by ! told me that the    train was about to  r^R^VVn^^^^-^^     While    returning    It   to  my  captivity       The  fence    is    arranged   pocket  an unusually    strong puff  of  3'7, impossible    for    thorn    to , wind caught my coat and twisted me  that it is lmpossiuic    tor    ui , ^^  ^ the fr__..  EcaBol^    _. made  J,lThe owner of thc novel estalishmeut ' a hasty grab  for  n   nearby scantling  has   received  letters  from   people  ail    and in doing so lost my held on  the  Christmas shoppers iu Nicollet  avenue, Minneapolis, had a narrow  escape from death yesterday, and had  it not; been for a tall young hero  whoso modesty prevented him giving  "Every one is in dimfjer who neglects  the warnings of declining health. The  warnings are not as startling as the sudden shriek of a locomotive, but they are  just as ominous. Wheu the liody begins  - to   lose  iu   flesh,  when the check is  hollow    and    tlie  skin  sallow   it   is  Nature's  warning  that  the  body is  failing', of   proper  nourishment.     It  is   a condition of  R wealt"   stomach,  and n weak " stomach soon involves  other organs.   Dr.  .Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery  .cures   diseases   of  ;!> the   stomach  and  other organs  of  digestion nud nutrition, nnd cures  throuph the stomach diseases seemingly   remote,   but  which   have   their  origin in the disease of the stomach and  its allied organs.  There is no alcohol in the "Discovery"  and it is absolutely free' from opium,  cocaine, and all other narcotics.  "Before I cotamcnccil to use your meiUclne I  was in a bail cmilttiou (for cirhl ycnr������), and  four doctors treated mc," writes Mrs. Iletlie  Askew, of GnryntMu-gY Northampton Co., J*. C.  "Tln-j*. of course, ^nve tne al the time some  relief, but it iltd not lout long. X was some days  in my bed and some day-j I dragged nbout tne  hoiif-e. I havu used five liotttcs of lhe ' Oolden  Medical Discovery' nnd five of the * Favorite  Prescription' and four vials of the ' Pelteti.'  Now! feel lllce a new woman, and I want the  world to lenow It."  Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, tcoS  large pages, paper binding, sent /?ve on  receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to pay  expense of customs and mailing only, or  So stamps for it in cloth biudtiijii. Ad*  dress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. '.  J. W. CROSS  Mackenzie Avenue. Itarelstotas  Surgeon to' tbe C. P.' H.  Health Officer. City of Revelstoke  Methodist Church, Revelstoke ,': <  Freachlne Bervlces "at 11 a.'. ������.'  and 7:������0p.m. , Class meeting at'the'  eloee of the - morning service. Sab- *  bath school and Blbld. class .at 2:39.  Weekly prayer meeting every.- Wednesday evening- at 7:80. The publU  are cordially Invited. V Seats tree. n������  BBV.S.J.THOMPSON, -Pastor.  St Peter's Church' (Anglican)  Bight a.m.,' Holy Eucharist; 11  a-m., matins, Utaoy and sermon (Holy,  Eucharist, first Sunday In tho month);'  S: 80 Sunday school, er childresa*  terrice; 7:S0 evensong ((ohoral) aad  sermon. Holy Daysl-Tho . Holy  BucharlBt Is celebrated at 7. a.m'."er f  a.BL, as announced, llply Baptlaa  after Sonday school at fe: 16. ''  C. A. PROGUNTBR,--V^ca^V������������������"-  Presbyterlan Church /....' _   *  Service  every   Sunday?  at  11  x\m  and 7JO ������.m.   Bible Class, at, 8:10 p.,  B. to which all are welcome. Prayer  ntoetlng at' S p.m. every Wednosaar*  RKV. W. C. CALDER, Pastor.  Roman Catholic"Church.  Mass  flrst and   third    Sundays   la  month at 10:30 a.m.-,"��������� ;��������� - ft 1   .  REV. FATHER THATHB.  Salvation Army  .    Meeting overy  night-In their haa  1 on front street  to   and   fro,   crowds    were    r-robsing I '":*    ..     conutry wh0 aro interested ' watch.     It   slipped   from   my   hands,  Nicollet  avenue, and  into  tliis   mass  fairly  Sixth  speech     Sir  West  ;o talio  stops  towards showing  the  imperial  government that    there  are  thousands of  horses in  the Territories   that   will   in   every   respect  m-*:t the requirements of Ulc service.  Tuirfe can  bo llulc doubt    that as  sgou. as tlie war ofllco people can  be  :m'c.ue to understand the class of-animal  uiat the Territories produce, wo  will   have   an   Imperial   remount  station    in    thc    "Wesi.      This      would  sire a great   impetus    to    the   horse  trade of ths. Territories.   . The ranchers  would   know  the  exact.standard  and horses could be bred accordingly.  The- people of    Calgary    should take  this matter-np and see that it Is pushed for all  it may  be   worth.    A re-  : mount station here would be of great  ".'be-tneSt.'.both to.the city and tho dis-  ���������trict.    Strong representations on    the  matter should be made-to tho Dominion  agricultural   department  and   the  minister should be urged to bring tho  ~m"att"cr~td���������the-atlention-of-the���������war-  office.     It   does    seem   a   pity, that  the English government in their pros-  eat need should be shipping In horsos  from the Argentine republic and qlv-  ing the Isortn West the go by. if The*  Imperial   authorities   were   to     once  start  a  purchrisin;:     depot     here.   It  .would attract the attention of   other  Kuropean powers and tho possibilities  of .the trade    would     be    unlimited.  .There U  no  use  - lotting    tlio   grass  ffrO'.v  under our    f*?**t,    the-    Calgary  board   of  trade,   the   Stock   Grower's  stnsociatlon. our    member    at Ottawa  jtad  everyone    Intrested    should   soe  Uiat the matter is pushed to n finish.  Wilfrid  At   a   recent  r^aurier pe/ctv^d to ������lr ^hapjes ���������!  po  as'tho  Moses  who  did   not Tend  his people to the promised  land.    It  seems, however, Moses was succeeded  by a Joshua who  took -.up  the  worlc  and   led   his  followers  Into  the  lan^k  mystery  of Canaan, where he asj|| liis ^fijplo  established   Uiemselves   and * enjoyed  llie-spbils  ot  war after   turning  the  -     * ������     ���������  other fellows out.  tbey could do to clear  the street for  Mil ancl ouWamoTtg the many ve-*  hides the excited animals dashed,  never slackening their speed for.' an  instant. How tliey" managed tc get  down tho avenue without cratehlns  into some of tho many carries    W  The Reglna Leader i������ a reoefit is-  suo advocates the nisnussal of Dr.  Mcliachran. and the appointment, of  Dr. Rutherford of Portage la Prairie.  XS'c do nol^ know anything of the  qualifications ot Dr. Rutherford* but  if a new appointment' Is , made, tho  minister of agriculture .should spo  that whoever gets- Jt sbould be a man  who thoroughly ���������:.understands the cattle business in. Alberta, ind ' is in  touch with ranching interests.  *       ���������       *  Tho  Liberals   have   been   claiming  in tho now industry.      In connection    and going ovor the side of the build  with  the raising of    Belgian    hares,    ing foil, as I thought, to the ground,  minim can be raised to great advan- ' Just at that moment the train bound  tage, as many hares die before reach-    for eastern Canada pulled out of the  ing maturity. , the old station, below us.  The dead rabbits can be fed lo the j "i hurried clown to regain :ny time-  mlnks, who will eat almost every- piece, th ugh it was not a valuable  thing of flesh and blood, whether it one. it was a good timekeeper, but  lie dead or alive. 1 could net  find   it  anywlieie.       After  The average, mink is about a foot searching for it ror aoout 10 minutes  l9QJa.ani} very slim. A, fcnjala^ is j gave it up. and as those whom I  able to crawl through an opening questioned among the crowd stand-  half an inch wide. j jng near had not seen ft drop. I  Many Minneapolitans are becoming came to tne conclusion that some  interested in the mink lalsing scheme youngster had picked.it up. I had  and it is possible, that a mink farm "verj- little hope of ever seeing it  may sfcon, be started Ucre. again, and never   thought for a mo-  ���������-���������  _.    ___. _.  .- xM- v     ment it might be on the train."  The pavement was sUnpefy.aTTd tho RESCUED  FROM'CATTIVITY Mr.   Williams   took   tho  watcli   to   a  huge wa*m swayed to and fro. tTireat?^  jg       jewelftr and  had   it cleaned  and  rc-  ening at over? turn of the Horses to ������        ��������� ��������� ,^A.-   ������������������-,..,,, rf,r .-, mmall stsK. ind when . I  overturn. jf$e    lines ������were  faatpned.k   Minneapolis  ." thoTBcut, over which the cove'J  The  Revelstoke Hera  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  eFT'  >hat Sifton's election ih" Brandon^was  a vindication of: his\Yukon", policy.  In thc Yukon, however, where the  people ought to know a little about  their own affairs, the same feeling,  however, does not prevail. An 'election was held there recently and two  projected, givtyg the impression that  tha^flyiver was in tl* wacon endeavoring to stop the runaways.  If he were there is seemed certain  that he could n'nt escai>e uninjured,  and a crowd followed the team, expecting evry second to* see the wag-  6n overturn and the driver mangled  beneath the heavy wheels..  * When the teW *ach*!Ue������������ ijp-  cl'mo. between , Third and ' Fourth  streets the sway of the w.igon was  beginning to tell on the strength of  the horses, and ine of die big Brute?  lost its footing *and feil ��������� to thc-  ground.. Its male seemingly took no  heed, but continued as best he c-nulct.  dragging the swaying wagon and the  fallen- horser  of Canadian wilds,  returned Irom an .   ----- -       .   ..    hflf.���������.��������� simi)iv  expedition  through  the  barren  lands    twice lis "^^^.Sf^^X.  of Northern-Canada this  week.      He   becu.se    it lias  ira\ei en   "o*^  traVied over* 5.000 miles on the trla. ', couver to Winnipeg and letum ni.tno  His expedition, which was sent Ait   smokebox   c     a  ������by   the    Catfadiau   government,   met I still in the ring.  Taribune:        Professor'! paired rbr a *m������ill st0i. tmd when . I  'J.  W. Tvrrell, the celebrated explorer !. saw him a  few  days  later,  he  said:  ���������   } "I value this scarred  old watch now  Is the leading newspaper of  ths great mining districts^ of  West Kootenay. It gives all  the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  ln authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unquesUon- .  able'lnformfttion. It -enjoys  a large circulation aud is oon-  ���������wmently unequalled as an  advertising, medium In ths  Bold ln which it lB,pp������*-tlah*d.  *  ���������rtocomotivo   and   is  GEALOH."  RlGStfLT OF FOM-iY  A Sad Affair.  Ten years ago Kmma Adriance gave  Just at the ailey. a tall young man  who had turned and soen the team,  stopped, deposited an armful of  bundles on the sidewalk and rushing  Into th*- middle of the street caught  the runninc horso by#tbo bridle and  Kwhndntr to one sld-". brought hlrn,  by a mlehty pull,  to his hatin'-hi-'S.  men were SiftonRvn candidates, whilpj     Thf   driver, came   running  up   and  two others opposed him and  the hit- j asked   the yo*ing  mon   for  his namr-  .,-...,     * ,4���������^,���������,i ������������������. and Tuldrss*.     buj^    the   yo'ti^r   man  tor two wore elected. Accustomed as.  they are to stretch the truth. Mr.  Sifton's friends can hstrdly call this  a vindication of his Yukon policy.  would not give 4i*i the desired* information. Hr- brpshed a little dirt  on" his- dove*-* nnd coat rind walking  lo th.. sidewalk picked up hln hiindl������-n  i and wius .-oon lost in t*> cr.'.wd.      " _  I  with  many  perils  in  the  long  journey to the north west of Hudson hay.  Professor Tyrrell made the. important discovery that   the barren    Uuids  generally    supposed    to    be���������������������������'.-.treeless'.... ... ,, ���������  prairie, were covered  in many places ! mi wealth and social position in Bal  with rich northern forests, and tnero i timore    to  elope    with    her    aunt's  were stretches  of  timber    land     200'. roachmun,    says      tlio      Minneapolis  milr\f in extent.    In August Professor j Tribune.,,  J.   VT.   Bell,   of   the   geological   su������- |     Yesterday her  vev.  -w  r %ma*i'cc ended when:  .-., ..ho was second in command, of County Judge CTregory consigned her  the expedition, went on a side tour of . to the Pougbkeepsic statj| insane  500 miles up one of the branches of | asj'lum.    *     ���������  Concerning     prices ��������� charged      for|       -^  ^^-^ ].;x1.;cuti6n  The Tiibe'ralo' have stolen the  ���������clothe* of the Conservatives and the  latter now require new ones.  .m m m  The Quick .change work of De . Wet,  the IJoer general, would make his  fortune on the vaudeville stage.  *������ *  .,:        ���������  I>e Wet Is an enemy, bat he is .*_  g-^llant daring soldier, and he is  worthy ot; the admiration  of his" op-  : p<jnents.  ������       ���������       ..  The Conservatives should    not    be  downcast over theresult of the recent  elections, for it iswrittea even "two  righteous men shall save: the cfty."  ��������� ,     '   * m    ���������  Sifton's "two candidates in the  Yukon only secured 1,414 votes, while  ihe-two :anU-Sitton    candidates    ob-  '*t!tined'-2.1CS votes.  ���������       ���������..     *  ���������\L  The Farmers Sun of Toronto says  that the government   of Sir    Wilfrid  laurier 'though   Liberal   in   name   Is  Tory in,policy> It may be "Tory,"  but' It is certainly not liberal f.'on-  Bprvative.  In view of the recent achievements  c* D2 Wet, in the Transvaal the Montreal Star iiolp.ts out that in the days  to come Her    Majesty's  Own    Boers  _.\r!ll be one ot the best regiments in  '������the Imperial service.  threshing" in. ���������Northern Alberta the  Kdmonton Bulletin says: .... ,Thc r.itf-s  ( were fixed at the beginning of the  season at 2 1-2 cents for'oats and  :: 1-2 cents for wheat, .the''.threshers  themselves furnishing the gang. These  rates were not found high enough  and consequently were Increased. In  some oases where this cate is nominal;.- adhered to a part of tho gang Is  paid by the farmer. In others the  rate is increased to 3 cents a bushel  for, oats, and 4 cents a bushel for  wheat, the thresher furnishing thd  gang. In still othc-rs the thresher  charges $20 a day for thr: machine,  the farmer supplying the gang, and  in still others the cliargo Is $.10 a  day fertile machine? and full gang.  i; ���������        ���������        ���������  When the under .secretary of state  for war was giving the number of  horses which Britain had ������;nt to  South Africa, Timothy 11 wily, M.I',  for Louth, rose to ask:  "And how iniiny asses have ynu  sent?" . . ���������  * Official  dignity prevented  tiie  under  secretary from  answering:  "J havo not full statistics as to  tho point raised by the honorable  gt-nlleman, but I can assure him that  tho number of asses sent, from this  conutry to Soutfi Africa will not  exceed the number- of, that class of  animal which the constituency of  Louth sends to this parliament���������Toronto Ttleeram.  A Star despatch from''.,Vancouver  Hiiys: Owing to executions becoming'  so numerous in Canton, tho henriK-  maii of the government threw down  his axe and struck for more pay or  fewer decapitations. The avcraeo  was running thirty or forty a tiiy  and tho otllcial ���������cxeccutloher was getting an remuneration what would be  equivalent' In ^Canadian money to 50  cents a head. Tlie day after he re-  .signed tliere were jiumerous applications for the place,'and at the end of  the week over 150 had offered to  perform the work at 25 cents a hrad.  Jflie Shanghai Mercury says that  trrn new executioner cut* off tho heads  ot '.',<.) victims on the first day. amid  flie execration of iiOO coolies assembled to sec him. All his victims  suffered terribly because of. his lack  of skill. c  A CLKAR CASE  th(j-TVl'*on7i~v_T}l������'!^"~ne"~'rescu'-''^_iln  Englishman, named Charles Runn.  who had-'been held in captivity by the  Esquimaux for five years. Professor  Hell was In tho lead of the parlv  when tney entered, : a village oust  before nightfall anc^ was amzed to see  a tall, well built man. dressed llko  an Esquimaux, cCming running up  und addres" him   in Eglisih.  Bunn tokjU a miifveloufl story. lie  said that ne had gone out fromvEd-  monton in 18!)6,; and had tv.indored  far Into the ^interfor, shooting' and  trapping. ; He ran short of provisions and applied to an EsqulmaiA  family. *i'hr-v took him to their village, wlier'- Ik* waa compelled tc remain, llviiit* aa one 6l them. *  ENLIGHTENMENT         m  Mr. Johnfcoi* w.io conversing with  Mr..-Jackson, ���������'who" had dropped in  for un affr supper etiat upon the  subject of crap.H a.t a means of winning a livelihood 1������ times of depression of tlie whitewashing business,  when younj; Abraham Lincoln Johnson nookeo"Vp from 'the book he wan  reading, and inquired, "Pap, what's a  scorpion?*'  "A. scorpjon?" said Mr. Johnson'.  "Why���������why���������;i ocorpion de ellah dat  keeps de^KCore."  "I bogs leave to differ wid you Mr.  Johnston." paid Mr. Jackson, who  had"lctt*his last two bits on the  home team the day before: "d<*  ompiah'a a scorpion."  Subscription $2.00 Per Hnnilni ,:.  11,25 For Six Monlhs, , r=;--r-  Strictly .in Mvap. ;; ;���������"  WANTED TO    APPEAJi    AT  HOME  Kir-it Westerner���������Quite  ,-i   iijiff  excitement   In     town     last     nlslit.     A  stranger that hailed from some "down  h6mo" place came In on  tliu e  stag<* *  As   soon   as   ho   struck  main street, he pulled out. a. gu  began   blazing  away    at ..the-  lamps, and he wound up by tlireatc  ���������^-Husbands-broth er-,and^friends_had  all deserted her.  Wilhoitt*a penny to buy a crust of  bread and with no shelter her mind  ajavc way. . ' .  She is a rtrving' maniac Snd has to^  iiq, constantly' watched.'- ^  Emma, whO30 parents lived in Steel-  ton, Pa., was adopted when a child  by a wealthy aunt, na_med Bailey,  who lived In Baltimore,  She was reared amid wealth nnd  was educated.. in Baltimore/" select  Hchools, and when she became of age  had_r\nauy admirers.  * She rejected all eligible suitors. One  morning tnma and- tho v coachman  "wore missing. ������  Trie coafchman was Charles Adriance, of Albany.^a good looking, hard  working young man.  When the conchm.-ua and Kmma returned Mm. Bailey turned Tioth out  of doora.  Thia was 10 years a%o. The couplo  went to Washington, and finally  Adriance. sent-Ms, wife to Ills parents'  homo In Albany.  Although   refined  ami educated she  had to,go*, employment as a servant.  .She becn'mo'lll and was sont to the  Homeopathic .hospital.  Three months ago one of hor arms  waB amputated on account of a cancerous growth.  Since then nho has show/** signs ot  insanity. i  , ,  She attem[ite,d suicide scleral tl lines  and threatened  to kill  Iier nursf-.s.  Ait uiiclo and a brother In Stoel-  lon. Pa., as v-,jll as Iier husband, who  is now a clerk In a Washington grocery mnr<\ havo been communicated  "4th, diif, no, answer has aeen ro-  relviil. I  It takes a foremost piace ln  the race tor prominence and  popu)������������|ty with - business  houses and as a consdquenco  doea more business* with  thoee requring printed <statl-  onery and office suppHes^than"  any otfter printing   establlsh-  ment In Eastern British Col-/  ** ambla. *The class of work  turned out has been pronoun-  . cod equal .to..any. thing ot the  wtilflnd ' executed ��������� in the large  dtlea   by much larger   prfnt-  Jotj Printing Department;  --patsrlal   at  .%��������� i  -A.  Frank Daniels, who will appear at  the opera house tonight in The  Ameer, says the Vancouver World,  made an advertising experiment recently at Wnllack's Theatre, flew  York city. Speaking of it, th<* comedian said: "Between the acts ushers ,ng'^ ahoot anyi^y ^j,0 dPlnVgc*  ilisfribnted among-the audience slips ln and ,iavo n drink-will, him. t.%  w,th ri bnci prmtod statement polite- aMn't kppuw., cwr, cither, whin the  y asking the, recipient to indicate .-^J^^eil' Um.  by n check marl: -,n thc list of varl- - . ^^ We^cr^-Aw, l,��������� must  oiis advertising form������ employed which Lhav(;:bfit>n aaotnef of thorn there  one had  attracted bim    to. the    per- f ^^ ,   /s  U|(/t      u  ���������   ,    ,  formnn.;o^new8paperS,.blllboards,w1n-, 1   , th   w^    fom fo Bt(jri  dow  lithographs,  or    something elseJl   * "������,*- -i   ...    j-  handed   to  the  uBhere,   ana   of  that   ���������������_���������     _^   wiw.~   h<.  ui,.^   ������������������.,,.,���������,  number 1)91 had been attracted b, the, ^jfo^^XL ^^^  9 /  Is equipped   with   the   latest \  t&o������B ln type designs   a_nd aftV  fcWork entrusted to The Horald  Is    bakdjled     by   exprlencet?  ,  workmen who thoroughly un-     ,  derstand tho proper use of the    -  *    * *. rf .  ������  their,  disposal.,  ' -tbe Herald does not claim to  be the only printing house In  tte dunrtct but It does elaUa -  I'       ' . ......._.   ..f.-.S  to he  , .*     ���������      *  v    :  **  ii  TlioroUflfilu Up-To-Date Ii  Every -Partieillar   -    ,  ^_._    newspapers solely."  i  \  he' ^.evelstol^'  crald j������"**1 Wc<:k!>  Has more  readers    ln  North  ** Kootenay than' any other paper;  haa more; advertisers in Revel-  stoko than      any othor paper;  *   doeff moro Job  printing In the  city than any other paper; It's  newrt is moro spicy and up-to- \  dato; its influence     is greater;  Its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered;  Its eub  Bcrlptldn rate Is only $2.00 pet  annum; It covers tho field. Try  It and bo with the crowd.  Write t*  tr        REVHLSTOKU IfERAlil),  %:.���������'."f.,- R������TelK������k������, B C.  Aud in a position to give as  ^ood *value for tho money ex-  pended, either for advertising  space in its publication or  for job printing, as can be  given by any othecchouse of  the kind in BriUsh Columbia.  * F  Write;for estimates and uam-  iles   ofjprlntlng.     All   wort  ied:out promptly, and.Bat-  slfactorlly.     One price to all.  tjob can: be too largo or -  small for   The   Herald's  oanislderatiom   ' Special atten-'  * tilon given -to orders by mall.  r ������������������.'''  A. 0.QHNSON, Pro^iietor.  ��������� * i ,m ���������     ���������  '���������f'%  fUBUCATION DAYS : TutedaV.v and Friday*  $^JM?*m$iy������'M*$i&&#*  ������������������>/ ' .-���������'.. w  v>  -y  M  Ms  Christians Burned  in Macedonia  J? A Bonfire Made of Christians by  hamedans.���������Treaty Ratified.  is...  If  A Large Sum Awarded for Damages.���������Australia's  First  Federal Oovernment in Process of Construction.  ���������   Demilnstration to Sir Charles Tupper.  M  FRIGHTFUL ATROCITIES  A Bonfire Made' of'Christians by Mo-  hamedans:���������A   Fanatical  War of  Extermination Against Christians.  AN   ADDITIONAL   1,1 ST  A BOLD  ESCAPE    ] More Mon on  DeWet Takes His Command  out  of a !    in  udition  to  Dangerous Position.    A Piece of    , i,^,,, the I^ako cbanip]ttin. .  Daring. ���������       j    A.  V.  Beecher,  2Gth   regiment;   XV.  J. Ross, Isl regiment, C. A.; A.  Chiaholm, 90 regiment; J. Schroove,  R.C.H.;     W.P.R.   Bnttingham,     12th  tbe    Lake    Champlain  the   names   already  published  tho  following  men  are on  Bloemfontein, Dec. 21.���������The details  of General Dc Wet's escape from the  encircling British _ columns describe  one of the boldest incidents of tho  war. When Hassbrook's command  joined De Wet on December 12, Rome  regiment; H. Martin, 4,1 regiment;  D.' Murphy, 1st Prince of Wales regiment; , A. L. McLean, 'ltli regl-  Lient, Canadian artillery;    S. Sherris,  THR HARTNEY DAUPHIN  RAILWAY  15 miles east of Thaba N'Chu, General  nC-A-;    j   E  Dayls, R.c!d.;    H.Hay-  Kaox was only about an hour distant,  aud the Boer situation appeared desperate .but De Wet was equal to the  occasion. Despatching     Hassbrook  westward to make a feint at Victoria  Nek,  De  Wet prepared    to    make a  ward, 53rd regiemnt; F. W.Dmilop,  3rd Victoria rifles; IS. Armstrong,  R.C.A.; R. H. Barlow, 90th regiment; G. E. Allan, Cth Royal Scota;  T. Adams, R. C.A.; J. Morrison, R.  C.A.;    S. St. James, R.C.D.;    W. H,  STltS ������Z ^8h,-^1UE���������  Stebblng.-5th   Canadian" Artillery,   E  at Springhasu Nek ovor about four  miles ot broad unbroken ground.  At the entrance were two fortified  points. Artilory was posted on a  hill watching the Boers. Suddenly a  magnificent spectacle was    presented  thrbuKh tho Nek.      President   Steyn  and Peit Foune led  the charge and  chair wna filled.      The large attendance comprised well  known  citizens,  not only of Winnipeg, but of almost  every part of the province.'and thoso  present were representative    of    the  leading and professional and business  , life of tho community.     Tho hall had  ��������� been decorated for theioccasion with  Vienna, Dec. 81.���������Further details ot   a profuse dispay of flags and bunting,  the  massacre  of   Gr������k  CrisUanu  in   presenting a very pretty offoct. When  Macedonia   by   tho    Turks    received   Sir Charles Tupper entered  the hall  from  Salonica say   tho  outrages  are  no received an ovation and ft similar  more .horrible' than    these    inflicted   compliment was paid the Hon. Hugh  upon tho Armenians a few years ago.   John Macdonald when he came in a  in the .vlllageof Bituch, Northern Al-   ���������" minuteu later, whilst other lead-  banla, a horde ol Mohammedans cru-   ora ."ore recognized as   they appeared  clfled the  Christians, fixing them  to   on ��������������� scene.      Sharply at 9 o'clock  troes with stakes driven through tho   "IP Venerable Archdeacon Ftortln, on  hands and teat.     Many women 'were   tnc invitation of the chairman. ,sald  carried off to Mohammedan . harems.   Brace, and the army of waiters wero  Children were chopped up before their  BOon busy, and wero kept going for a 1 ni*'h������a1**      TheK burghers wore scat  Dwenta' eyes. couple of hours supplying the wants ! , r * and  the  We,8n  yeomanry gal-  At Grumma. south., of-Bituch, .wo-  _*������������ ^"l  Jt was cioeo upon u , loped  along Jto^retwaUng^ Boer*  with     great  special Service battory���������C. Wollard,  13th battery D Special Service battery���������V. A. Sherring. Cth battery, C  Special Service battery. A. L. McCoy,  42nd regiment; J. C. Winger, 7Ui battery.    Canadian   Mounted   Rifioa���������W.  The  whole  Boor  army  of 2,500  men   rL���������'       ^-J^vi ���������      r,r -r ,r ,*  stnrt������H   ni   a   ���������tir,���������    in   ���������������������������     n~,~r  Jeffrey,  N.W.M.P.;    W.J.Mullen, .Edmonton:    C. Krag, Regina;  S. Neville,  Moosomin.    Royal  Canadian  Dra-  Wlnnipeg, Dec. 20.���������-A large delegation of farmers from the district  north of Brandon are in the city to  interview-the government regarding  tho construction of a railway from  Hartney to Dauphin via Oak Lake.  Premier Roblin will hear the delegation this evening and will probably  declare hia policy on the construction  of branch lines.  fflmmmmmmmmmmrommmmmmmmmmmmwa  i    THE MOLSONS BANK  B: Incorporated by Act o* Paruakknt, 1855.  & HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PaW up Capital  Rfiot Fund  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF  The      News  Condensed  Readers.  For    Bus  fie Wotr-brousht up.the" rear."~ The   g^rsTj^ '������"o^r ;Sc<rtIalld:   L'   H  XV.  British guns and rifles boomed and  rattled incessantly. The Boers first  tried thc eastward route, but encountering artillery they diverged and  galloped to a front of a hill to the  westward where there was only a  single post that was cffective.The whole  manoeuvre was a piece of magnificent  daring and  Its success was'complete  in  spite    or  the  loss    of a    fifteen   w.^v      ��������� ^   .  pounder and 25 prisoners. The British I    T*lre.r  Ca������"ry ���������?ra^  <-������  Bo   Sent  forces detached after Hassbrook came'    I,OTlt'on'   Dec-   22.���������The   war   office  W. II. Snider,  Berwick. N.S.: S. B. White, Wator-  vlllo. N.S.: R.J.McGregor. .Brandon  Infantry Co. Strathcona's Horso���������  P. Thompson, Macleod, artificer, enlisted for duty with regulars  Whiteoak.  Markham.  Ont.  MOUNTED TROOPS SENT  in  contact  with  his    commando    at  men were tortured beforo the eyes of _>������������*  before  the    last'   course was \ *_'*������"  ^a,trh r,eTOlT?"  nn<1  lheir'husbands' and-fathers.      The   ���������{7e* at,d,������������J������ needless to say that   ?JS������ rifle8     *   . iu. ...���������-..-���������   , ,__   nil   were   hichlv   miiiii������H   <n,i������i.   n..    effect.  lheir 'huBbands' and- fathers.      The ���������,, ���������        ,'��������� J? needless to say that  men were terribly   mutilated, having "   ^ -*.��������� Lg.iy   satisfied   with   the  their cars, fingers, toes and limbs cut ������? ���������   ������ ilL    ,he ban<*uet ���������s served  off.     Many   children'    wero   drowned. hLh ^L?������f"glas,' ^'already had a  At Rlbaritz the entiro population was "L?.__ *^PVt'"1������? in these matters stir-  massacred.     The victims-in each case  were put to death slowly.     At Ban-  ieka a bonfire was mado, of 20 Christians. .-'At GenevlUa thelpriost of tho  Melumkonics was tied in* a sack and fC^^Vi"^"'"   1"lt*HrH*  KODiin,  Mac-  thrown   in   the  river.  '   The.,    ring- S^.Tupper, Rogers, Haultaln and  ���������passed himself on this accasion. Delicious music . discoursed by Evans*  orchestra added to .the enjoyment of  the .evenit-p. Speeches were made by  the'HononilK   Messrs.  Roblin,  Mac-  OPEN  REBELLION  leaders of the Mohammeaais are fanatics. Halduk Island, one . of the  leaders, boasts of having klliled 300  infidels with his own hand. ' The  Syrian consul at Mitrovitza estimates  the number of Christians killed at  170 men, 110 women and 430 children.  He. places the number of Christian'  women taken" away to Turkish . harems at 3S5. The Turkish authorities  are indifferent to the outrages..  ,    ���������  Dr. Roche.  TREATY- RATIFIED  Tt Will Bo Sent at Once to the British  Government.  .-Washington, Dec. ��������� 21.���������The   senate  The Cape Colony Boers Rally to the Invaders.   Sharp Fighting Fxpected.  London, Dec. 22.���������"Wo understand  that private' reliable news' has been  received in London," saya the Daily  Mail, "to' the effect that virtually all  the districts of Cape.Colony in the  vicinity,of the Orange River are In  moro or lees revolt and there is likely  to be sharp fighting on a large scale  beforo the Invasion Is crushed,  tactics" of  tho Boers  made tne following announcement  last evening: "In view ot the general  position in South Africa, the follow-'  Ing reinforcements of mounted troops  havo been arranged for. Eight hundred will start. Two cavalry regiments havo been ordered to leavo ai  soon as the transports are read/.  The colonial police will bo reinforced  to 10,000. Detachments will leave as  fast as they, aro formed. Further  drafts of cavalry will be despatched  at once., Australia, and New Zealand  have been Invited to send' further  contingents.  FIRE    STILL    SMOULDERING  CHINA  IN  Again Anti-  Antl  Foreign Outbreak;  clpated  ' London,  Dec.  20.���������Lord  Lansdowno  has concluded negotiations, according  The-j to tha Mail, by which Russia will, on  In rallying as   January  1st,   give  Great  Britain" en-  many a3. possible of tho Dutcli_,in the; *jro  control   of   'the    railways   from  The  (thirds  of the ^^"-^P^t;^,,,^ st Joha sroderiek. "announ:  j treaty  the senate  adopt*. %B   two' ^^L^1^..?! ^.L���������1���������??^ !  Winnipeg, Dec. 22:  Tho  United  States senate  has adjourned to January 3rd.  Frederick Packersglll, tho English  painter, is dead.  W. J. MacKay, a Hudson Bay  pioneer of British Columbia, is dead.  , The Queen is in good health, hut  still moruns the loss of her grandson.  Great Britain hns secured from  Russia thc control of railways between Pekin and Shanghai Kwau.  Samuel Hanover at Lexington, Ky..  confessed to a double murder of two  persons, nnd narrowly escaped lynching.  The loyal chiefs have captured the  Aswanti queen mother and the King  Kokcfu and hope soon to_Eanture the  remaining rebel chiefs.  Winnipeg, Doc. 24:  Berlin's population Is 2,469,076.  D.  .1  Burbon,    ex-M.  P.,  died    in  Montreal.  Sir Wilfrid and Lady Lauriorare at  Atlantic City, N. J.  . The Czar will  not    leave    Lividla  before the middle of January.  Aronszon, the six day bicycle rider  died in a New York ho-ipital.'  j  Mr. H. Corby, M.'P.,' for West Hastings, has decided to resign his seat.  Re. Father Lacombc was interviewed in Winnipeg on his return tour  The three year old child of J. C  Mills, Jarvis, Ontario, was burned to  death.  The. fiercest storms in years are  damaging shipipng in West Indian  waters.  An amateur boxing bout in Philadelphia terminated.fatallv to one participant.  Frank Lyce, a trapper of- thc Dauphin district, was drowned in    Cedar  An Enormous Ransom Asked for Him.'���������  '   "The' Father"Pays' $25,000 to "  Recover His Son.  i treaty will tie placed promptly before  ' j the BriUsh government. As to what  I will become of lt, the president, it is  'said, by, those, near to him.i has no  . Omaha, Neb., Dec-21.���������Twenty-five official' Information! -"Members of" the  thousand dollars in gold wsaipaid by cabinet when seen subsequently to  Edward A. Cudahy, the millionaire the action of the senate said they  packer, as a ransom for his son, Ed-_ could not venture any opinion as to  ward Cudahy,. who was abducted by the result. It is said, the admlnls-  a . gang  of   kidnappers  last  Tuesday   tratlon is wholly in the'dark.  night.      Yesterday   about  noon,  sev-'.   eral hours after a letter had boen left  on the lawn of the Cudahy residence,  wwothcr n issive was delivered, to Mr.  Cudahy through  the mails,  and con-    tained'a proposal'to return-the boy  T,     ������ " "  safe and unharmed, provided the sum   ������He l/anal   Clause in'the  International  in executive session yesterday afternoon     ratified _   to������    Hay-Pauncefote   back country to their cause, are prov- j Pekin to Shanghai Kwan.  ; treaty by a vote of 55 to 18  over two-' ing to be successful-" A despatch fiom Pekin. dated Wed  1     ���������*"--   secretary " of    state    for war, j nesday,   December     19th,     says   the I Lake  i situation throughout tho provinces is !    There Is great mortality in St. Pr-t-   .rapidly  growing  worse and  is  cans- ' ersburg,- due to an epidemic of infln- '  1 Foraker. amendment sendors'ed bv "the   ������S the war ln 8outh Africa- members   ���������g grave anxiety.    Unless a definite' enea.  i foreign    relations   committoe"      Thn    of."he   Imperial- Yeomanry, will     be   system of government is speedily in- j    Ex-Premier^  Greenway   was  A   LAD    KIDNAPPFO iand   T0t*ns*      Before    adopting    tho  paid five shillings instead or one  shilling and two pence per day. Mi-  lifiamen aie promised priority of return of regulars.'  VICTORIOUS   FRENCH  No Hostility to Britain  Colonials to the Front  Cape Town, Dec. 21.���������General-Brabant, commander of the newly raised  colonial division, has been ordered to  th front and will start tomorrow. At  Thirnda'le General French has routed  2500 Boers with four guns and a  pom-pom.  Treaty.    The/United  States  Requires a Distinct Understanding.  WELCOMED HOME  From  Lord Salisbury's    Son    Home  the War.  London."   Dec.    21.���������Lord   'Edward  Cecil   was .welcomed   home    to  Hat-  BADEN-POWELL  TAKES   A   HAND  Wreck of a Train by Boers  Capetown,  Dec.  22.���������General Baden  Powell  will  start    for tho Transvaal  tomorrow.      The  ; Beers    derailed   s  train killing an inspector and others  THE BOERS RETIRE  London. 'Dec. 22.���������A despatch from I  De������.ar  Cape    Colony,   says  that  the' agaiust  paying  Yeomanry have _drive the1 Boers   out  of   Hou*kraaI,    the ' enemy    retiring  westward. ���������   '  Of ������25,000 was paid that night.     Mr.  Cudahy  decided   to  comply  with  the  terms, offered   and   ransom -his   son.  After'dinner Mr.  Cudahy had one of Wnshinp-tni,      ��������� tw        oo     c  his horses, harnessed, to a Hirht- buggy,' T ^ashinSt<m*       Dec.       22.���������Senator  and"*taking  t,he    money' with    him. Xx"Jse, ln charge of the Hay-Paunce-  started   for   the   designated   place   at Iote treaty in thc senate made a state-   field House by the Marquis ot Salis-  which the money was to be left    In ment that in part is as follows-      Lot   Dury and his fr*ends yesterday.-  the  bufrgy he  carried  a  red  lantern. _,���������  ������-,...    ���������.,,  t>lof  J..���������      _     '.        .                           ll   ..  He" drove live miles west of the town m-������  "rSt    S!ly  that the    amendments  until   he  came  to  a    white    lantern ^'o:'������ not dictated by hostility toward  liansinj,* on  a  short itick beside the k'-gland.and still less were they by any  road.   . Allahting from thc buggv Mr. deSree a reflection upon the secretary  Cudahay depositied  the-sack contain- of sUte "hose patriotism,  purely of  ing thc money near'the stick'bearing !)UrP������so   achievements    dealing   with  the' white light. '   Then without see- our.  foreign    relations,    especially  in  ing anyone he returned to his home. China>  is'fully and   -cordially  recog-  Miantime the abductors had seen the nizen, Dy men* of'all'parties  and'all  red light coming up the road, and as sl3ilaes of opinion in the senate. The  soon  as  the, bugtry disappearod  they amendments  were made by the sen-j  took awav the money and prepared to aU: because, in its opinion, they wero  Keep,faith with the father.     The boy necessary'for the interests of the Un-'  was bundled Into a cab and set down 5ted States, for the .avoidance of any '  close   by  his father's  house  about 1 ,luesti������i%   as   to   the   control   of   the I  o'clock    this    morning.      Late    last cana-*������ and consequently for the sake i                   ...    - _______l>_____>_l___l_______-______i-i_i>___-__ai__(i  night Mr. Cndnhsy-annoiinced thathe of Peaccful-and harmonious,; relations !               ..''*"  would pay ?25.000 reward for the ap- wi,th  thfrest'.of the  world  on  this    W^.^.'"    fff^^  j.1 ������d7_    i ' ���������   TL       C     ta.         ���������          ������  prehension  of the . abductors -of    his ���������b.)"|?t 'n tte future*      Th������ vote by ,.1101116 FrOSTl 1116'Waft ' *'   I'SlC OOSClSer LSCSS  son.- ���������                      .                     '   - .which they were adopted-shows this.                                                                                      ._���������������-���������������������������������������������*���������   *-���������** .������.������_���������.  .���������....  ...  |        ,     ,,������������������    Inter-  stalled   a   recurrence    of     the   anti-1 viewed  in  Winnijeg    on    his  return  foreign  outbreaks will  certainly  oc- ] irom. an eastern trip,  cur.       . j    The name of Colonel Otter has been  London, Dec. 19.���������A Pekin despatch 'mentioned to command Kingston mill-  dated   December   17th     says:     "Tho   tary college."  situation has not improved by the'' T^e Eraser river valley !n British  roiiorts of the .powers having reach. Columbia has been flooded by a break  ed agreement as thc scope of the ne- , >n the sea wall.  gotlations Is limited and the offect, Patrick Kennedy, a well known ra-  is neutralized. Tho allies have'ne. sident of Bothwell. Ontario, was  Elected to close the arsenals and fac- ] drowned in thc river Thames.,  torles at Hankow and Shanghai and i An arrest was made in the Cudahy  have failcKl to check the transmis-1 case. Valuable evidence has been  sion or supplies of ammunition for i secured by the Omaha police.  the Chinese. j     The American schooner Jennie Hall  Another   Pekin   despatch ��������� says , {.ho   became a total wreck south of Cane  niiilisters of Pekin  will  meet tomor-, Henry on the Atlantic const.    '        '  row when  a final  agreement  will  be j  reached as to thc text  of the    Joint  Chinese not*:.  A BOER ATTACK  Johannesburg, Dec. 22.���������The Boer'  attacked Ztinfontein, December 18tb  but were beaten off.  A Joyous Welcome  A STORM. IN BRITAIN  The, Tay    Bridge " Disaster ' Recalled  'London,'   Dec.   22.���������The   telegraph  j The second or Davis .'amendment w'-is  I passed by a vote "of'67 to "17 and thc  othcr-two-were-adopted-without-divl^-  slon  -l.   _.  .Arrive at Slalifax.  A' HANOVER' FIRE  wires are- being slowly restored and  news Is arriving. The gale has" done - A Big Furniture Factorv Burned  tfl-eat damage generally In the-north i ��������� ;-' to the Ground1 "��������� .  of-England. and Scotland...' A Glas- ' ^��������� ' ''' U���������. U 'oiT -m -������- ',.  row correspondent-says: "Not since Han<"61' Ont.,Dec.20.���������Tho Knech-  the storm which deatroyed the Tay!tel furnJture,factory was totally burn-  bridge, has such a gale raged- in oi by flre last night The r factory'  Scotland. High walls have been covered two acres of land and not  wrecked m Glasgow. , At Coat Bridge, a wall is left standing. The fire  10 miles cast of Glasgow.several peo- spread.to adjoining buildings and the  pie were killed, while at -numerous following places were completely con-  other places roofs and chimneys have sumed: Tho Gretna' Furniture aiid  been destroyed and persons injured. Undertaking establishment T.P Poe-  Some of the buildings of thc Uni- lam & ,Oo.. flour and feed: B F  vereity of Aberdeen have been sori- Ahearns,' hardware; Graff & Wop-  oubly damaged and every telegraph pier, dry goods;; W.-Roloff, photo-  ���������   ���������       telphono   and yailway   lines  grapher;    H. Mourer, blacksmith and  THE  TORONTO MEN   WJLL   BE   HOME ON   CHRISTMAS  MORNSNG.^FRENCH  AFTER THE BOERS.  wire  -iatarrupted.  AN ARTIST DEAD  carriage   works,   Chaa.   Doeple,   flour  and feed.   The toss is between $250,-  000 and $360,000.'   Mr. Pepler, one of  a d������i.,������^- ~r ������_������������������ ������j * tne Partners in the Knechtel factory  A. Painter of Oreat Ptcturea. was  fatally burned<   .lt-wa8  at first  London. Dec. 22���������'Frederick Richard feared   that  several   lives'  were   lost,  PIckersglll, the painter, who.was,the  but  this  is now doubted.   It  is  im-  .keeper of the  Royal  Academy  from   possible to get .the. Insurance on   the  1873 to 1887, died yesterday. He/was individnul places tonight.   There was  born  in London  in  1820.      His! first  no fire protection,  but the towns of  production   "The   Combat     Between. Walkertcn and' Chesley sent over the  Hercules and Achelons," an oil paint-  fire  engines.     Over    200    hands  are  ing  exhibited   in" 1840.  was  followed  thrown out of employment  'by  a prize cartoon  "The   -Death    of \: ���������   ,KIng Lear" exhibited' In .Westminster ' _,', r    r i n o t    inimnTrM,   i������,  rv-Ball    in    1843. and    the    "Burisl    of  THE'   .FIRST     MINISTRY   IN  ,.i'..-������Harold" for which he received a first I**' rrnrn j'Trn'' a i loin a i i i  ?Wclass  prize  iu  1889,  and it  was, im-1    FEDERATED   AUSTRALIA  .'Immediately  purchased   'for '   the j new ;>    .house of parliament.'. ,     ,i'   "     _.    ��������� _ ,     ',,  The Governor  General Calls Upon ths  Premier of New  South  Wales to  Form a Government.-An Epoch  in Australian History.  Sydney, N.S.W., Dec. 19.���������Thc Earl  of Hopetowu, governor general of the  Commonwealth of Australia, has requested William John Lynn, 'the  premier of-New South Wales,-to. form  the. flrst .-federal ministry.,-Mr. Lyne  is considering the proposition.  '     AN .AGED'ASSASSIN  BANQUET  TO SIR CHAS.  TUPPER ������������������ :��������� .  Most Enthusiastic  Demonstrate  Speeches by Leading Manitoba  Conservatives.    - ,,    j  ?  Winnipeg, Dec. 20���������The complimentary banquet tendered to Sir Chailes  ���������Tupper, Bart.,'by the-Winnipeg Con-  ', servatlves at tho . Leland . hotel list XXtawa, Dea 20.-���������Joseph Lauren  , night was a splendid demonstration cello was stabbed to tho heart tonight  'of the-esteem and regard-in which by a man named Emery"Cariseo- The  the veteran loader is held by the. families'o~(-tba-two-men* lived in a  members,of _his party in.the West shack on the old Rldeau rifle ranges  Tho spacious dining hall hod'been ir- and the murder was "the result of a  ranged for the accommodation of too quarrel ' which started between tho  largest possllble' number  and   every  wjyea & the two men.  Halifax. Dec. 23.���������The steamship  Lako Champlain, after* "a 10 days'.  voyage from Queenstown. dropped  anchor at 2:30 this morning ln  quarantine. At the earliest hour, possible t'he quarantine steamer, Argus,  with Assistant Port Physician Jones  and Colonel Foster, quarter 'master,  wont down to the Lake. Champlain.  aiid when the ship was passed Colonel  Foster comenced paying off tho men.  In the meantime many officials and  friends of the soldiers had gathered  at tho deep water terminus and were  waiting for the men. At 8 o'clock the  Champlain as reported leaving her  anchorage and on hour later she was  moored into No.2 pier and the friends  of the Royal .Canadians were swarm-  irg up the gangway to bid the soldiers welcome home. The soldiers and  most of tho officers'-wero on deck  as the vessel warped into the dock  and greetings were exchanged with  thoso on shore. z  Among  the    first-   questions  asked  was:  "Have they captured DeWet?"   and  Colonel Otter and tho Toronto men  left Halifax at 3 o'clock this after-  'ncon and will reach homo Christmas  morning. The rest. Including all the  Westerners, , will probably leavo Iff  the morning. On the Champlain were  the following troops: Officers, 15;  non-cimmissloncd officers and mon  237; ' invalids 23; artillery, 3; Strathcona's  9;     artificers  11;    total    288.  Of tho first contingent thero aro  now in South Africa only four officers  and 20 men employed in the Imperial  railway -service and ' 10 men In the  hospital.  FRENCH IN  PURSU.T  The Enemy Have Suffered Considerable  Losses.    French Pursuing Them.  Pretoria, Dec. 24.���������The western  column of thc Boers occupied Brlts-  Cow and cut the railway south of De  War Junction. The enemy Is being  followed by 'General French, who hns  when, -a. young, man on the pier been in touch for two days with the  shouted back that the wily Boer commandoes of Beyer and De La Rey,  had broken' through the British, lines south of Magllesburg. He is.push-  they could not conceal their chagrin inS them: The enemy have lost  and  disappointment. - considerablo and Commandant Kretiz  Noxt to DeWet,the boys,wero anxi-  atl<i others Lave been captured.  ous   to  hear   when  they    would    be i  '-o   started for home and .when told they * , PESSIMISTIC NEWS  would   entrain as  soon  aa the royal !  . . '    '  malls   were   landed,   joy   reigned   au- j A Serious Situation.  P m^e' n      -,-' '     ",..'"    * I *" London, Dec. 24.���������Lord   Kitchener's  ?.1 Cil5?d,ans ���������������**���������* H**-" Picture of j despatches are almost thc only avail-  wealth. Tho khaki uniforms looked able news from South Africa, but  fresh and clean and tlieL accoutre- telegrams from Cape Town depict the  menta and arms spick and span. The situation In'anything bnt roseate  officers wore neat khaki pea Jackets,, views. '" Without beli'velng tho as-  which gave them a smart appearance.' sertlon of* thc Transvaal agency in  They were heartily glad to get home Brussels '.that 6,000 Boers havo in-  and in good spirits too. and as they; vaded Cape Colony it is .quite evi-  neared the dock the strains of     "The; dent that the invasion was a serious  Mrs. Price, wife of the C. P. R. local  siincrintndent, Toronto, drowned herself in Lake Ontario.  Dr. Fortier. of St. Vlncent.de Paul  penitentiary, has made serious ciirrgcs  against Inspector Stewart.  Germany  has   protested   to  Turkey  ;aiust paying a .denosit to the  Cramps for a new war shap.  Tbe complete text In'the denvn'ls  made ln the joint noto of the powers  in China has been published.  Very Rpv. Dean Liuder. of Ottawa,  chaplain of the Canadian senate, died  at New Brighton, England.  Word has-been received that Canada has been officially admitted to  the  British  trustee  list of securities,.  Queen Victoria's health it is said Is  not falling, but'her appearance has  greatly changed owing to recent bereavements.  A change has taken place in tho  Manitoba cabinet, Mr. Rogers having  heeen appointed minister of public  works.  The Lake Champlain, with Colonel  Otter and members of tho First contingent reached Halifax early Sunday  morning. The . men received a joyous welcome.- The westerners leavo  -for-home-todayf-^Lord-Kitch'ener'-has  sent an encouraging - report of operations. He states the raids have been  checked. At the " Nooitgedacht engagement GO British wore killed and  160 wounded. , General French has  captured Commandant Kreuz, and is  in hot pursuit of De La Roy.  MKMKL 'BAJK  Mead Office. Toronto.  Capital Authorized, ��������� $2,300,000.00  Capital Paid Up, - $2,458,603.00  Rost, ��������� $1,700,000.00  and well planned affair.  A NEW ELECTION  Boys or the Old Brigade." came floating over the water.   The Lake' Champlain was soaroely Ued up at the pier ���������  beforo tbe steamer was overrun with |  friends of the officers and men eager I Winnipeg, Dec. 23.���������A writ for a  to greet anil welcome them back to new election In M&nltou haa been ia-  Canadias soB. aued..  DIRECTORS:'  H.  S.   Howland,  President '  T.R.Merrltt,Vlce-Pres,   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,  Stayner  Ellas Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:,  Brandon,     Calgary,      Edmonton.  Golden, Nelson, Portago la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revel3toke.  Ontario: ,  Essex,   Fergus,   Gait,   Ingorsoll,  Listowel,      Niagara   Falls,    Port  Cclborne, Rat Portage, Sault Sta.  , .    Marie, St. Catherines, StThovr.i  Toronto,     Welland,     Woodstocn.  Hamilton.  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and Interest allowed.'/ _.".'..   , -  Debentures���������Provincial. Municipal,  and  other  debentures  purchased.  Drafts and Letters ' of ' Credit���������  ���������Watlable at all points of Canada.  United' Kingdom , .United Rttte������.  EtiMpe, India, Chhw ,Tnp<u> Arq-  tral'a, New Zealand rti-_ '  Gold  purchased.  , This   bank  issues  Special  Receipts  which will be accounted  for at any  of the  Hudson's  Bay Co's  Posts  In  |Be Tukon -and Northern districts.  A. R.R. HXARN,  \'Tf-���������r   T?Pvo*.|itr.lro   "-!,-i,..Vi  93.SOO.OOO  2.050.000  DrBIMVCOBg:  Wm. Molhoh Macfhubbok, President;  S. H. Ewiko   VJc������.p���������urf#������t i  W. II. RAHSAT.tUMnm, ftxerr, j. P.c^m^.  H. MabIiT��������� MoTl^,,tot ���������  ���������Tauks Elliot, Gttwral lUaas-tr.  ^     A general banking business transacted,  'fc ratea,  mmmiuk  Interest allowed at current:  ���������   J. D. MOLSON.  X AliQBE, KEVKL8T0CZ, B.C.  irumummu  J, D; Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT\  McKenzie Ave,  RATE $1 oo PER DAV  ���������/(I  The  'olrimbia  (Jood accoruihwiatioD. A. __*ood .',-tr  .well supplied with choice wia**"  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trail  Brown  & Pool  Pi-oppietors  P. gORNS 8c CO.  Wholesale aad Retail "Dealers  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton. Sausage  ri and Came in season.  THE, PIONEER LIVERY���������  ead   and Snlo Stable of tbe Lardeau and Tront Lake  x&tw  S iddle.and    Pack  Hiiiw*.  Always  i u*  Hire.  Ftpxtiht'xne and  T������*amii-f������ a  Specialty.  Dailv Sta,i;e leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at    - o clock  for Trout Lake City.    For particulars write    ,  - -  - -----     -. - - '. CRAIG & HILLMA N.^ThostsoVs Lastdixo^  ably furnished with the choicest  the market affords. Best Wines  Liquor-, and Clears. Large, light  hednioui.o. RAtes    SI     a   day.  Monthly rate.  ."*&l  PAOIFIG  A������D SOO LINE.  STILL CONTINUES TO OPERATE FIRST-CLASS  SLEEPERS ON ALL  TRAINS FROM REVELSTOKE AND KOOTENAY  LANDING  Al.-o Tourist Cars passing  lJmimoi'o Junction, Daily for  St. Paul. Saturdays for Mon  {.real and IJoston, Mondays  au,tl Thursdays , for Toronto.  Samccars pass Revelstoke one  day earlier.  i  No trouble to quote rates  and give you a pointer regarding the Eastern Trip you  contemplate taking.  Fall and Winter Schedule now Effective  l**.i  T iiii'-t'.hifR. K,*iteF. anfl full  in-  fi-jiii*!.'* i, mil  ���������>..  op'.mlan*.���������i ne.-irr-at  ���������Oi*,*lJ lll/l'**-. III'  T. A. 8RAI������ 1 \'V. i. p. COYtE  At<*"I AG. P. A-  t������refe   K*- wqKonver, ���������������. *~.  ROBERT SAMbON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Draying and delivery work a specialty.     Team* always ready on ���������horteat  REVELSTOKE  lip WORKS  Blacksuiithi.ug;   Jobbing,  -  Plumbing,  Pipe Fitting, ~~  ;   Tinsmithing. .Sheet Iron  Work,    Machinery    Ke-  * paired. " -'-      ,���������  '  :Jf>|  i'-Y'ii  mi  Mining    Work    a    SpectJty  ROBT. CrGfRDON  Revelstoke.  I7*"L  ^1  *,*  Usdertakioe *a& Emba'tninc  I  Tl. Ho-wsoh & Co.,  KACa.K'^l'lS   AV>'.  p*���������j-\ r**"������!prJ    '������.   l.-'n*-..,-..  r  /  U  3 j.-t'1'l 1 1 111 111 r*M-*-H'*M"**-M *K*  I  X  fr  fr  *���������  fr  fr  We wish Our Friends  and the Citizens of  Revelstoke  A Happy New Year.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  ', KUVl-.L-TUKE  ���������        Night Bell on Door.  '���������I-H'THl 11 I-IIVH-f-'^-H-H-T-I* fr |  Jfav-L' mho 4urfc**A' yy^y ������*&  fr ati/MrUr #������ anyy,  THE  LEADING   STORE  I.ATE JAMES GILL & CO.  frffor "jfa^ ���������  Cook,���������On  X  anil Mrs. H. Cmil  BORN.  Vein  's  Day, to  il.-uiKliter.  Mi  I ���������  Local and  General  News  Maii:iRt*r Pool'of the Nettie L. left  for the  I-'uileim on Sunday uim-niiii*;.  '-Ivew Thompson wi*nt thronjrli on  Friday lust nn his way lionn* to 1'Jnn-  latul.  . Lodfct* Royalty, .<L O. K. B. S..  'installed its new ofHieis 'on Friday  ���������.���������veniti}; last.  Tht-* 11i-:kald rejrrets to leiirn that  V) Robinson is seriously ill uiui con-  tilled lo his bud.  The iinnniil Mt.-.tciiieiiL for 1900 will  lie discussed at- the meeting of the city  couneil to nij<lit.-  ��������� $9.">0 linys a . linn'house nml lot.  B-iSt locality in the city. Goo'it Terms.  Leu'is Bi-otliei-s.  J. Guillolt has uiade aiTdiiguiiiPnts  to take over the Luke .View hotel'- at  .SiciuniHis fiotn G, Maxwell.  John Savage and Miss Savage :ii-i> at  Kaiuloopa alti'i-.i'iiiin the sick" ln*d ot'  ttie'u- father. John aavaRi', of that city.  Jas. Fei'gnsoi'.. of Fei'i^ii'-on, lpft on  ���������Saturday iiioi'iiitif; for a three 'mouth's  visit io his parents near Port JSlglii.  Ont.  The Revelstoke rink   will   tie  open  every afternoon from '.Ho 5 o'clock iind .  every ���������.eVeninjr from S to 10  o'clock  till I  I'nrt her notice.  Pi'iiui-ose l.oili*e of the: DitnglUeV's  and Maids of linjrland ivil! ineii in Llu-  S. O. E. Loilfce i Oiiiii. Oddfellows hull,  at S p. tn. sharp uu Friday.  Arthur Evans, the Giiun brothers,  "Vincent Lade and ������ome more Ferguson ininiiig men were in town at llie  latter end of last week enjoying their  holidays.  : -IJ. Gntldiii'd "returned on Saturday  fnun Roger's Pass where he had been  for a few days to relieve Engineer  Tonilinsoii, who spent Christinas in  town.  U. S. McC'iirtor. Mrs.  McC-irter and  I'linily     returned     on    Friday  spending Christinas with  ives in Ban IT, Mr.   and  Douglas.  A tire occurcd in 3. Smith's barber  shop on New Year's evening, which  originated from the stove pipe, but  No. 2 Hi-e. hi-iccudi* were promptly on  iiand anil got the flames extinguished  before much damngu wns done.  An interesting feature in connection  ���������svitii the hii-tli of Mi*. H.vCook's little  ti.-tby on the first day of the new century is that her grandfather was bom  <m the first day uf the one that has  just past.  John Sanderson received a nniqtu  Christmas   card   from   N.  I . ���������' Picturesque Calgary.  | ���������Picturi'st.uii Calgary' is tlie title of a  most attractive little book of views of  the flourishing capital of fair'Alberta  published by the.  Calgary Herald Co.  As a souvei'iii of a place, which i.s  destined lo have a great future, in the  history of the West, anil as an advertisement of a beautiful and attractive  place nf. business and residence this  tionk ciuilii not be sui passed. An  excellent idea,'excellently well carried  out.  Standard.  C. J. Rumens^ superintendent of  Ihe Prince Mining Coinpanv came  in on Christinas Day! from the  Standard. He reports '. the lower  tunnel to be in 292 teet, with  a depth of 110 feet. They have, a*  already reported; struck one. lead,  which however. Mr. R.iuieiis regards  as subsidiary-to.the lniiin chute. Tin:  (piantity of copper and oxidised iron  in the rock in which they are driving  in c-ou::idei-.-Lhle and eouslahtlv increasing while* the i*liiu*ai'.t.ei' of the countrv  l-ock il'self is -another  indicabioii that the  tutinel  favoi-able  is  ni'tu'in*.:  the inain lead.  from  theii   vel.U-  Mrs.   Howard 1  Midnight Celebration in; St. Peter's.  y.rw \ea>.'*s Eve is always   a   solemn  occasion,   esiifcially   when,  as  on.tliu  ran; occasioii oT liift Moudny. it lirinj..a  not only the passing away  of  tlie   old  year hilt, also of one of the groups of  a  hundred    years    by   whicli   we   men  measure thu flight,  of time.    Tn aci-or-  il'ii'ice with t.he l-eenminendntioii of the  bishops of England  to  their  brethren  in the old land  this momentous  night  was fittingly celebrated   by   thn members   of   St.   Petei-'s church by a   late  evensong at 11 30   *_i.   m.,   followed   at  midnight   by   the   celebiation   of llie  Holy iSui-hiirist.  at which   there were  several communicants piesent.  *^_"-geg^{__ "^^  " NAME ON   EVERV   PIECE."  ]oW]sfEys  Chocolates  FRESH TODAY  | Somebody at home ���������will be waiting  tonight for a box.  The "Name on Every Piece" is  [the guarantee.  FOR SALE BY  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  To the Ladies:  We have jwst opened up a, large choice stock of  DRY GOODS, which is the best anti new  stock in tlie City.  The latest Styles arid newest  patterns  that cnn  he purchiis'.-d.    Call and see us.    It is a pleasure  to show Mich excelleni got.ds and. it will  pleasure I'or you to buy them.  be   a  TAYLOR & GEORGE  THE WIDEAWAKE BUSINESSMEN   :   MACKENZIE AVE.  I  wmmm  Geo. F. Curtis,  TAYLOlt BLOCK,  -McKenzie.-Ave  Si*  *V&:  ���������mi.  M[:  mi  m  HATS  m HATS *  HATS  Trimmed and Untrimmed  The l.ct n������*-ortniontofTrlinini*a  suit' Uutrimmuil lints in tlie  City. Call aiul ins>-cei ixifuie  liurciiasing.  MissesShepard &Bell  McKenzie Aveiiuu ���������':   o.VJII  ���������esa  ��������� K55  M  P  k  m  m  a  1  **^**^*i*>*^r**^r*?*?1e****/Me**/Me'k  fr fr  2 We Repair  X  WATCHES 1  immmtf  CLOCKS,  and nil kliuls of Jewellery  :If tlio work iH noi Batlatuetory wc  refund.your luouey.  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  ami Miami by our giiiirnntee.  ���������Wo.fclsonarrya gouil line of. Wute'icH  nnd Jewellery, >vhi������U >vc Uihpiisu of ut  inoderiite ltricoH.  E.M, ALLUM,  The LcndlnK  Watchmaker and Jeweler.  KEEWATIN  FLOUR   iWii,i        g" Sale  A carload just opcnuil np nl  A. N. SMITH'S  BAKRll AND  CONFECTIONEK.  Bread - Delivered - Daily  A. USEFUL  SELECTION  FOR CHRISTMAS  ItUN'OVElt THE LIST.      '  ,  . CiirviiiK Hots ill Case or In Pairs.  Klsh Carvers iu Case.  Tea l'ots and Toddy Kettles.  Ilimquet and JIti.ll Lamps.  Koeliuiter and silvor-Platcd Ware,  in Spirit lAinps, Tea I'oih, Trays, etc.  | Itogern' (1817) Knivos Forks and Spoons  Minder Stlvnr-l'lated  Goods   all of  Ui:iisi.l i ilii-y.  SKATES  HOCKEY AND Sl'ItlNG.  Deeriie iiipctR eor-ond anil fourth  Priduvs of-pBfh month;  White Roue Henr������e  ;la     ' -  .   -   Red Rose _  . ridavs ofrarli month;  White Roue  meets'IIrutFrlday oiradi month,In Oddfellowi'  Hall.   Vlsltlnic brethren wcluome.  WM..MATHERS,  Secretary.  Court  i. a  ourt  Mt. BegbieV  F., N0.346X.  Mei-ta In the Oddfit-  l.nvs'Hall.on theaccoiirl  ������.nd fourtli Mondays of  cinch month. VlHltfni;-  Virolhreu Invited to attend.  ATKINS,  Chief Ranger.  C.W.MITCHKLL,  Rec.-Seo.  xXt t*jj ������|* *^**f* *^* **i** r\* *!* *i* *{**%* ^'X* *T**,t* *f* ^ *t* *y* *i* '1* *y* *y* *y** f*  =J  A Dainty Timepiece  The lonir, delienle 'chain is the correct adjunct for a  Dainty Time I'iece, ami is useul in so many other  ways you can't afford to'he without one,       . _  We offer special biiruiiiiisinthe.se fashionable chains  cither with or without the watch.'  GUY BARBER, Watchmaker and Jeweller  ��������� Mackenzie Avenue.  -W. M. Lawrence  I Hardware. Tinware. Stoves,  faints. Oils and Ulnss.  -Agent for Hamilton r'owdor Co.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. sit, Revelstoke,: B. C:  Mt-i'ts I'veryvWedneiMliiy in  Oddfellows' Hull at. 8 o'cfiick  Viaitiiii; Kniglits invited..  Wm. Mathews, C. C.      :   :   :   : ,': ';:'  :   :   :    :    J. Savagk, K. OF R. AS.  LOYAL. ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  .RPKiilar meetings arc held in toe  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 ��������� p.m. sharp.  Visltlag brethren cordially Invited  ,     THOS.. STEED, W.M.' ,  ^.....o _. ,��������� H. Oat'sur,  mauigiM* of tho Opli'u- placer mines. Ii  was fnshifiiiiid out of such miiU'i-iiil-i us  were :it his fiiiuiuuntl, birch bark ami  iiios-j, ,-ind it is :i renlly incis-L arlialit:  pirce of work.- ������  In accordance with a proclamation  jrazetipd hy ilm Lit'Utcnnut. Govi'nor,  Wednesday was observed as a public  holiday. The public oftice**, banU*-  ".'��������� jihd'Stores wero closed butvvutk went,  nn in the C. P, R. shops as usual.  The Fred Hobinson Co, have got, a  road iicrnss the ice to their Tumi, tm  the west side of the river.uid.bejian to  ;h.-ml 'the 31,000 lo*ts tliey have theii-  .-loross to the mill this innrnin*; with  overy team they could lay their hands  on.  H. T. Wilfrress. formerly of the land  ���������leparlinent, of the C. P. ft. inul well  known thi-oii^rboiil the district, has  accepted a position with the O. K. ������.">:  N. Ruilioid and will shortly i>o t.o  --^Hoiia-Kop.g-to-a������5i^t_.Mr._Allan _Cam  rron. late of the C. P. R.. who goes to  act fi- a>re.iit at that place.  Hugh Smythe. A. W. Macintosh  and J. Xelson returned on -Monday  fi-om a hontiiif; trip north of town.  Leiivinz by the Bijr Bend road they  worked around 10 Twin Butte, getting  Three, head of carillon in three days.  ; The cold snan ntucliiihuni nnprepnred  und rendered the ti ip ahai-.l 011", as  they conlil pet no sleep owing to the  cold at nights.  Kootpnay Lodee installed its oflicors  for 1901 011 Thursday evening. St.  .lo'nn the EvungelisL'* day. I":...1.  Fra���������;i* is W. M. this tiii'C*. A ch-pif  of tlu? Royal Arch ���������������{������������������;;;<'���������.��������� is ,10 he-  instituted - in - town v.lry shoi tiy .mcl  the masonicquarteis in Bourne Bios.  ��������� hnililing are 10 be considerablv enlarged.  The f.hi'Utnms'p-nt.ertninincnt to the  children of. St. Peter's churr-h which  was given in T.ipping's opera house on  Thursday l.tst.wasj' a great, treat to the  youngsters. A honiiliful teit op������nod  Che proceedings, followed by a Christ-  mils Tree loaded with gifts, which  were distributed hy H. Floyd, superintendent of the Sunday school, in the  guise nf.Santa Clans.    An  impromptu  Good Roads Association.  In spile of the storm there was a  fair attendance at the meeting of the  Good Roads Association held in the  council chaiiiber on Wednesday evening. Among those present, were lid.  Adair in the chair Fred Fraser secretary, H. C Killeen. ���������superintendent of  roads. .1. M. Kellie. T. Kilpatiiik. R,  Gordon. 1. T, Brewster, Thos. Bain.  J. XV. McCallum, XV. E. McL.'uchlii-,  K. R. Campbell. R.Tappin*, and T. .1.  Graham. After considerable discuss  ion it was decided to adjourn till  Wednesday, Feb. Gth.  :]ci!^Escelleiit;Mstiiiig^  ���������"���������''. iiw^-Biiatand Caiioes;f&r:Tourists.' j:,;  ;:C>-;'::,jv'_ca^-First Class in. every particular:''  ,''^^Rates,;:"'$i,:and $1.50; per day.;;r ,;r':  L::''������������������:,' 'V^J.icVuilAKTTOiV'iProiirto  : situatcil onHlieioiinks of the Shuswap I.ake',;-  one of tin.*'.'lnrKOst'. and, most beauunil lakes  in Brilish Uulumbia:-_;.:._ L-y':'LS'.yLLy::'  y.::y,X'.:::y:'M'y^^  THE   FRED   ROBINSON    LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  On and after this date om* prices for Cut Firewood will   he  as   follows: ���������  $1 00 Per Cord at Mill  $2.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH.  FRED ROBINSON, ��������� ��������� ��������� Managing Director.  A GOOD  NAME....  -Is better than riches   ���������" " ��������� Wo have lhe'name of making  tlie onlv Stylish Suits in Town  ��������� for durability and quality  they also exeol.  tpv ONE  A. H. HOLDICH .  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST-'  *AND IASSAYER.   .  Royal Seliool of Mines, London.    Seven year*  at  Morfa'"Works,  Hwanieh.     17   years Chief  ilnemiut  to WinanjCoal and Iron Co,, Eng.  I.ate Ohcmist and Assaycr, Hall MlllOB, Ltd.  Claims cxamtncd.aml reported upon.  j  ���������'      Revelstoke, B.C.  H. EDWARDS    '���������  TAXIDERMIST.    ".'.'.'  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc*. MOUNTED,'  Furs Cleaned und repaired..     -     "  LOVERIXG'S OLD STAXD    ���������:.- Second Street  R. S.WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  GIVE YOK TEETH, ATTENTION  W.hen tl)ey first need it,-- before thev  Klvo you pain, thereby avoldliiK jieed-  Icss suffcrlnj* and UKSsurlng more satisfactory and permanent work, and at Um  cost, than it left until.tho laiicr stages-  .  of decay. , , . ,  Dn Burgess,  Dentist,  :   :   :   :    Taylor Block.  Home Grown  Vegetables  l.n rue nnd Well Li  Sample 'looms....  ;hied Heated by Hot Air and Kleutrla  Bells und Light in every room  Free Tins Meets AU Trains;  Heiisonnule Kates    ���������     J-uHIOTEini., YICTOBIA^  JOHN V. PERKS, Prodkietor.  Xiji'h't1 Grill j<6-)=i' in l".nriection for the Convenience of Guests  Hourlv Street (,'nr  Ile'.weei* liolel ami Station  K������v������0s^������*i������, I.C������  To Housekeepers  - ������tf~ Now is the  time  to  put  in  your  -    :,\VtiiU*r's*>ii|*t*Iyof,  Vegetables  at rciuanablo prices.  first class and incliu!  The'KOOdsarc  nae  POTATOES. TURNIPS,  CARROTS  BEETS, ONIONS. PARSNIPS,  St. Andrev/s Christmas Entertainment  On Thiii'.iiliiy iivi*ning. Dec. 27tli, Llu-  teiii'hers and children of St.. Andrew's  Picshytei-iiin (rliinrh iisseiiihled in the  (lmrili for their uiniiiiil Christ ih.-if  festival. The chtireh : av'hs tiistefully  dei0r.1tcil with evt'ifrreen*? nnd two  liiiiidsoine Christiiins trei-s well lnden ,  with tovs. ciindy nnd other pi>-M'i.|.-I  hionsjliL h.-ippini'ss lo the filers of the  expoi'tiint youngstelii. who were ranged on lhe pliitrorin, fnrinc; 11 lurge  liiilherinp; of relutives und ft-iei.ils. The  pi oreediiijis opened 11'/7.30 with prayer  and the ever weleoine strains of Hark  the Hei'.-ild.Angels Sin.n. nft'ei* whk-li a  hrief pro<rriuntiie was rendeied. A  song, of welcomi.' to Santa Clans  lii-ought Mr. II, CooiTTii the timo  honored guise of the children's old  friend on the s-cene and he. performed  his part in the distrihiition of the gifts  admirably. A very pleasant evening  was brought to a close by the Dus-  ology and Benediction.  Watchnight Service.  There were about 40  people   present  nt the watchnighL service held   in   t h ���������  Methodist church on New Year'.s   Eve  commencing al. 10.30 o.k.   An eloquent  land iinpre.-i-'-o address on th  uctiision of   the    night    with   e-pi*  application "to   vi.nnir    men.   .\ ,i-.  : All O  ,-uHli-i'Ss  i-ecisiyi*  Including���������  ������ CA11I1AGE.  TURNIPS.  PO LA TOES.  CARROTS:  ���������dei'.-* U'l't wilh \V. A   Nellie, or  (.<1     tn    lhe    iii!ilels-ii.ni'd    will  plO'llipt  al ll-lltlllll.  TKRit-j   CAtfH.  Have'It Ready!  Also for sale uljoi'it'-lO tons of  HAY  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE ,..  Black Bear and Kangaroo mineral claims  . situaii.. In tlie -Lardeau Minlni; Division  -. of  West.   Kootenav    Dlstnet:-    Whcrrf'  located :  at   the   headwaters  of : Bcar*  , Creek, atrlhutary of I'ool Urecki    .  Take   Notice   that ' I, J.  Fred.   Itilfhle,   of.  Itosslaud;-B, C. (iti'tinu as aiicnt'.for "The Blai-k  Hear Mining  Co.,   of   Lardeau,   B. O,   Ltd."  l-'ree  Miner's    Cenilienic .No.    B4I2-27),    Free  Miner's  Ccrtifii-ate No.   tfM'J.W,   intend, sixty.'  clays from the'date hereof,   to  apjih*  to  the".  Mining Recorder for Ocrilli.-atcs of Improve-,  incuts, for tlie purpose of obtaining  Crowo -,  Cirauti of the above claims. ���������..*  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must ,bo commenced before thc  isMiiineeof such Certificates of fiiiprovemnnts.,   '-'  Dated this Fifteenth day of September, A.D.','  1IKIU. - - .  -J. FKBI). RITCniE. '.1  This notice was Ilrst publlshivl lu this paper.  on llu;'.llh day of November, 1900. .,       ,  S. D.  oe9**im  CROWLE,  'Rcvflatokc. P.O.  ;Aud[USt'  Johns9ii.  Kevelstoke Station.  the.  -CIIXEXRRESi  so  This climate is  so   variable  some days cold, others  not  you   need  a   henvy  cold  eel  a  overcor.t as well as a lighter  one. A good heavy' overcoat is better than medicine���������  it prevents c 'Id a.:d sickness,  OUR HEAVY COATS FIT  AND LOOK WELL  B. CRESSMA.N.  MACKENZIE AVENUE.'  E. W. IJ. PAGET  I'.-op.  Prompt delivery nf parcels, baggage  any partof the City.  Any Kind of Transferring:  Undertaken  order'   Wt at   R. ������. "myth 1���������  1  .. .  .or f. ;.���������']'.������������������:< nhone No. 7_iSBrj will  piompt aii'iiiifon.  W^rWmw'WWWrW,  ^\':.':ry;'\-::''..���������::���������:<:/.: t^  M  [ special point of be in ft present.  inipoMil-il*"   to   ciirrv   on   llu1  Unnco brought thc party to a, close.  Sm-vicps nest Sunday. Epiplinnv. in  St. Peter's church will he,as hsuhI on  the lirst *-jiinclay in llu* ninnfl-i.. Rev.  C.-A. Prncnnier i.fliciatinp. The \Vc.l-  '���������.���������nesrlay evenincr Service, cnnniieiicinff  at 7.30.O. k. with lectiiro on llie Prayer  Book will 1������*Cont.innecl. It is fnllo^eil  hy choir practice, at which it. is''par-  licnlarly reqiiosteil that, every ineiiihei  makes a ���������   ���������      ���������        r  tisiti is   InipoK.....  musical portions of the si rvicc without  regular and well attended prat tiees.  Nest Sunday,-.Tan. 0, is the feast of  ��������� the. Epiphany or Shevvitift Fnrth, in  ���������which the niaiiifestiitir-n of Christ to  ������������������.lie Gentiles in the visit, of t.he wise  men from the cast is coiiiuieniortited.  In the eastern church it has lieen  celebrated from the third century of  our'"era in commemoration of onr  Savionrs Jfntivity and Baptism sis well  as of theshewing forth tothe Magi, In  accordance with the mediaeval ; helii f  that these three visitors to the cradle  of Bethlehem were Kings..this festival  was aslate as the reiftn of Charles I.  kept with ft''������:lt splendor hy the  Knftli.**h inonarclis and to this day the  ������o%-ereiftn   make.**  an   olTerinp  of   an  livered tiy thu Uev. ri. J. Thompson.  To Climb the Rockies.  Montreal. Dec. 10���������lo was .authoritatively announced that Mr. Ed.  Whymper, one of the world's grunt eM  authorities on Alpine, climbing, hud  decided to spend next sunimei in the  Canadian Uoekies. where, explorers  recently discovered ftrent  hiftli     peaks  Itl.iciei  1 nil wonderful canyon.*,  within'a short distanre uf lhe Canadian Pacific rail-Any. Ml. Why u. per.  who believes tile connl iv is ahead i-l  Europe from a iiiounl.-iiiieei-injr poinl  of view, intends In supplcnu'tU. these  cxploraiions and to as-.i-l, him will  hriiift out 11 nn p" of trained men from  various purls of Europe.  Jll_. ���������  were   offered    hy  t'r.'it'ffers'to the in  these  mt M'  mystei'ioiis  ������211'h,  NOTICE.  Ttc-veMi.ke. Dec. 17, IfKJO.  LaBIKS AST) liKXTr.KMAN: /  On and nfier Dec. 22nd 1 have  decided to carry on a stiict.ly ciish  h'l^inetsin connection with laii/idry  woi'k, -       '  .My reasons for so dninfi are as foi  lows:���������First.���������The accounts beinir  necessarily small and numerous. 11 ti  enr'less amount, of expense is entailed  in hook keeping and the loss in collections and the time and attention il  requires, robs the btisiness of what  little profitt.heri* may he in it.  Our current expenses nre cash and  must he paid when due.  The stand I. have taken is one I have  been forced into and hopeliill will help  uie out in the. matter Parcels can be  left ut Cressniau's tailor shop.  1        Youis I nil v.  _ "'  F. BUKEH  ���������D. Jenkins rei|H(*sl.s us Itianiiouiu-e  tb.it iinv parties h:ivinjt   wnrk   at   his  place can j<et the same from Mr  Clarke by callinjt ut the shop between  tt.-'iuf] Po'i-loik any week evening.  J.  MELTEB  TOWNSITE  SOLES AGENT  From Sth Jan. to the 25th  | Jan., 1901. a reduction will be  offered on all lots in Smelter  Townsite prior to the closing  of a,nnual books on 1st Feb.  ������ *  Intending purchase 8 should bike nd\nntn������ie of  this ofler before'llie new price lists for l'JUi-2aie  in force. ...  -  ������������������  I  w>.  ii  il  *s  <H  m  I  i  i  i  i  1  ������  H.G. PARSON  WHOLESALE  Wine and  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  "NOTICE.,        .' -  *:*'  Mountain llnllc mineral (!lnlm������KltiiBteC  in    the  I.nrdiiiiu   Minini*   Dlvibion   o: -  Went    Kouti'iuiy     Disirlrl.-       U'honti;  lui'HIC'l:   ul.  Iini  hoinhvntom uf  IleiMki.  Crunk, u tribmnryof I'ool Orvck j  ftiMt Nolico tlmt I. .1. .Fred Kltcllle.. ill  Bofsland, H. i: (null iir' iis' nj-ciit for Kraft li  tirmiR-'r Smith Jr.'." l-'iuo Mlnur'.s ��������� Cortlfli'ii.i������  Xo. ICIWW). l-'rcu Miin-T'iiCortilioiilo Nn. b:������������J3  Intpnil. Hixty ilnvs from the (lute ������������������ hereof, ti>  ui.i.ly to im. Mining ICeroriicr for h CtirtlficiLto  nl Improvements, fur Uio -.nirpo*-o of obtain-  iuu it ilrown Oruni of tho aliovu i.lhim,  .Mn1 further tnku notice that   iirtiun, imtler  hei.tloii  :I7, must  be   i-onununct-il  bofore  th*'  issiinnoeof .siieh Cerilfieate ol���������'IinprnTi������m������>fiiji.  Dntc<l this Kiileentli  diiy   of Sjei)ieiribe������i.: A.  D��������� llluo.  J. FRED; KITCWIB.-  TtiiHnotice wu* Hrst published ill thin paper  on tlio tnli din of November, 1900.  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  The Election is Over I  But I am still   nt   the unmo  old stand with u full line of  i        Cigars, Ubacco,  ?        Stationery, etc.  t  | J. W. Bennett  *��������� (Suecisijr to 0. J. Aman.)  *       ���������  jf.*************************  NOTICE I9IIKKEHY GIVEN that on������, month  ���������Iter itiitii I intend ' to apply to the Chief  Coinmis.iiniier of Lands nnd .Vnrka for n***** -  mission lo pilreha������o nil uere*i of land. 8ituate4  on the���������;��������� West- Korlt of Duncan Kiver. in tha  Utslrict .of -West ^.Kooti*i>n.j*,_iJpiii!jlbe<l^=.������������T=_  fblldwKi'.t.'iinimciiviiii; nl a post situated at thi*.  Northeast i-onier of Lot .1188. Croup 1, and  marked W. U. Smith's Southeast corner,  theneu north 10 ehnins,thence west iW chalnt,  tlieiieRoouth -Id ehnins, to thc north boundarf  of hiilil I,ul518K, ihenee cast nloni;,said'bouHr'  clary to Ihu point of eomincnecmcnt.  VV. U.RMLTS.'  Hated this Mth day of November; 1900.  ~~       j^OTIOE . ''  NO'ICE IH HEREIIY tUVEN that one wortth ,.  I alter date  I Intend  lo apply   m the Chief  Commissioner - of Lands and IVortts for permission to purehnse lOaeres of land situate on   .  the West Fork of Duncan Kiver, In thedintriut  of  West  Kootenay, desorllwd   lis   follows:���������  Conimoiii'liiK at a post situated- at the Sontk-.  enst enrncr of Lot M8H, Croup 1, and marked  <  "Annus     Campbells    Southwest"  Cor nor";  llieiii'o East 10 chains, thence North 40 chains, -  theiii'v Westlllehiiins, to lhu Northeast corner  nf said   Lot  ,MKH,   thence alontt   tho  Eastern  boundary of said Lot &1H8 10 ehnins to the point  of euininencemeiit. * - .  Diitud thin Uth day of November 1900.  ANIIU8 CAMrBELt,.  Jas. I.  Woodrow  jgUTOHBR  K, H. MAYNE,  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  i  i  i  n  1  Kuliiil Di'iili-r in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  ffSBM&S. RBYEfegTOKB. B.8.  FIRST CLASS  STOVE COAL  SEASONED  Flit  CORDWOOD  ^TOTIO-El  NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that we intend  In apply lo tho Board of Ueonslng t'ommitt-  slonors for tho CUy of Revelstoke at their next  meelln* for a transfer ffo"* John II. Robinson  to us of the lieonsu issued to the said Robinson  for the Sale of liquors Lv retail at thn Hotel  know as ine queen's liolel on lllock 23, I'lan  6'U������>A.in the City of Iteve stoku.  Dated this 14th December, 1900.  W. II. CALDWELL.  A.S. VYE.  NOTICE  NOVICE IS IIEIlEUY GIVEN  tloii'.rlll he made to thc Legislature  that applica-  .CKlslaturu of  Province of  llritish ��������� olniiibla   at   its   next  t'a������  Cull   on  JAS. C. HUTCHISON  get prices.  and  Agent Imperial Oil Co. Limited.'  .Heavy Draying1 a Specialty. .  ������=   L  ������  iV_  Si-ssl.in for an net to IncrtKirale nn assocta-  liontobo known ns "THE UltlTISU COT^-  'UMBIA MINING ASSOCIATION," the said  association being founded for the following  ptirioses, namely: First, to promote tho arts  and sciences connected with the economical  production of valuable minerals and metals  by means of meetings for thc rending and  discussion of technical pnpera nnd the subsequent distribution of such information aft  m-n** be gained ihroiiRh thc medium of publication. Second, the establishment o' a central reference library nnd a headquarters for  the purpose of this nriianlzation.,.Third, to  take concerted action upon such matters as  affr-ctfhc mining and metallurgical industries  of the Province of British Columbia and to  enfournge nnd promote these industries by all  lay ful and honorable means.  Wed at Sosslaud, B.C.. December 15th. 1500,  1                         DALY & HAMILTON,  <ec21-6w.   - - ' Solicitors for Applicants.  L. A. PRETZ  Contractor  and Builder  Houses and Stores to Rent  and For Sale:


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