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 w  ,1  '^^v.!-,^/^---^ ^;::"- i:r:j ���������}'}��������������������������� i- /;t ''������������������  r'ssstzxjzz  i������i������tjii n���������^.t^y*^*'^ d- "^  "-Uj^a^i-iw..������������������=-*% ������, j. *-������������***.j.������ixJj������_^������'|?J51'  ..   t"  .���������-...'   /  . v;*-\  ./     w **r   - -     *���������*>*  . >.  * _      .  v.*     '        "���������r ������������������;.<*���������.  Rf!  te  ti  r  -ISSTJE3D   TWIOB-A-WBEK ��������� TXTESI^jrVYS    A.2sTX5.   ^S.HD-A-ITS-  Vol    V.  No. IO.  REVELSTOKE.   .B.C.FRIDAY.    FEBRUARY I,   1901.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  *  SXSGXs������������������������������^^  ii;MfeliliiiS  C. B,  G-REIA  CHANCE  To Make  Money.  We are offej'ing  100 Pairs of  BOOTS at  actual COST  [Ladies', Gent's, Children'sj  \  1'f  t  !*���������'���������  ������ _  These  are  we only have  .of each  line  clear  them   out    to  room for New Goo'Js.  Roots   that  a  few   pairs  and we mus>t  make  DOHT MISS THE OPPORTUNITY  rfWe.-are ali$if clearing' 0i.1t  all Sliopt.-lines.of W . G. & H  Shirtr-.' '1 here are some  enapfc in* these. Call and  uee them.  NOTE AND COMMENT;  It  is   a h.inl antl thankless task thi*.  ' of runtiiumlly urging tipiui   the   auth-  1 oriliea   thu   duty of identifying themselves with   the   development   of   our  liiiiiHn-.il   rcsoiuces.   It,  seems to he   a  J hopeless titiitU'i'   to net tht* Dominion  j government lo take t lu* smallest, inter-  I cat in the subject, and our   pour   little  ! provincial   government,   everlastingly  [slrugglmg wilh  its  inevitable  annual  deficit, is compelled I o extract all it can  out of our iniiiiiiK mduitries  hy  taxation     ins'end   .of     developing     and  fostering tlieni.    We have in right lor  eveiy inch of pi(igresb wilh   ll*,**   very  people who should lie loreinost ill leading us on.   Thu  consequence   is   that  while Now Z.' timid and  Australia, lhu  government of hoth   which   countries  have long si uce adopted a slate  policy  of     development,   nre   achieving   the  most    maguilhenl     lesiilts,     British  Columbia.u it ll nal 111 al advantages not  one whit inferior to theirs, 1-ig- behind  in ihe race. 'The instance of Knott*nnv  i*-, most siarthngly to ilie point. Under  a  wise,  t u-sccing and geneious policy  tin* development of   the   mineral   re-  soiuces   ol   this   district   sltould have  I.mil up .it least, one   city of thirty   or  foily     thousand    people    within    its  limit-1.    Under   the   present, regime of  governmental neglect  and   repression  We have succeeded tu liitililtiig it up all  r.gltt eiiotigh Iiiil iu .-i foreign country.  Between    Lhe.  govet mucins   and    llie  1 ail ways Spoicaiie slipped   111 and took  all lhe plains.  ^UUIUIJJ'Jl.gULULmL  ocencs  Tell years ago uie Spokane boom  was on its last legs. People were  gelling mil ot the cily. Everything  :n the place was iu the lasL stage of  (lepiesstoti. Il was lhe discovery ol  the iiiiiietai wealth of Knolenuy inil  lhe liiulditig cf railioads connecting  lhe city with lhe new district which  riiist d- Spokane/from a dying I runner  village into a piospeiotis city nt "lhu ty  orfotty tlioiis.ii.il people. Tin* people  of .Spokane seized the opp-.ruinily  ulmti lhe Caii'iittan govei'mnents and  Canadian ratlwavs neglecu-cl and,have  wry naturally and properly leaped  lllereoul llie chief advntitage. Today  exactly lhe same situation ex.sis 111  Ninth* lvooleuay as existed Iheii in  South Kooieii.iy. A magniticent dis-  1 rat.ot known resouices 111 mineral*,  timber and agricultural and pastoral  lands lies undeveloped, only even  partially explored. Ten years ol au  intelligent policy pursued in thai,  dfslrtcl liy our (Janailiau government:,  .iiitl railways would see a second  SpoKane limit up right here iu Kevelsioke. Bill lhu saute old siipitieness  and iiidilV.-ii-uce pi ev.ills iu official  lircles. llie ptople 011 lhe .spot," who  recoigii izn the siiiiation-and uige llie  claims of the dtsliiil upon tile aulli-  otilies onlv gul well stiuolied for tht 11-  pains aud iiiiforliitialely theie is no  community of shrewd Ameiicutis like  Spokane within leach lo do the work  tor ilu-ui over .ig.tin. . This is ine  stUiaiiou''iti VNorih Knolenay right,  today. Coupled" with* ,tlie hislot-'y ,10'f  South Kootenay inThe past; I hn e ' is  very  litllle  fu it for British O.nuiii-'iia  10 he proud of. We own-lhe most'  niiiguilkeul ualtiial resouiees on the  loiiliuenl and well.ive lo watt anil  wail until soineeiiU-rprisiiigYanU.ee  couii-s along.liefore we,can make a  slatt, at developing lliem. Aitaras  lhe Dominion and provincial govern-  iiieiits and our Canadian railways are  concerned lhe history of ihe devclop-  uieni. of Kootenay hiisstiiiply heen one  of stupid tiid.fiereiii e  and   iticapactiy.  11 would he- well even it what, has  aheady heen done had. merely lieen  accomplished without ihem. It has  too (itlen'h.ippeiied lhat it has been  dune actually in spile of them.  Choicest and Best that >  be procured.  A Bright Prospect  Happinesrt and health go  hand in hand with wholesome food.    We lead the *  procession, for  we cupply  The Best Products,  and cutting the margin  down' saves you money. ���������  Our i,delight is in your  satisfaction; We propose  to make the new year's  business a pleasure to out ,  Iriends by supplying better things than ever.  y   ,' '- ry  1.. ...... ���������--*-,|i|i���������t,J���������t���������f���������t,,l���������l,,t,,tl,ifi,t,ifMtirti,f,,tl,,t,rti-t.  C. B. Hume & Co,  QUEEN'S  RESTING  PLACE  "Here at Last I Shall Rest With Thee  With   Thee   in- Christ,   Shall   Rise  Again."  Within sight nf Windsor Castle, in  the grounds of Fiogmore House,  .stands the royal mausoleum huilt hy  Queen Victoria for the Prince Con  sort's htirial place. In the house close  hy, her mother, the Duchess of Kent,  lived till Iter death, a few months  before that of Prince Albert. She.  too, rests in a nitiusuleiiiu at Fiog-  incie.  The building elected hy the Queen  for her husband's tomb is one ot I Inmost beautiful ot its kind. Its interior is decoi a tt-d in the Italian style.  wilh exceeding richness, colored  marbles, white stain,u y miirhle,  bronze ui-nameiilation and Mosaics, all  being of the costliest descripl inn. The  Q.ieen shrank fiom the thought of her  beloved Albert, who 'wai hv nature  bright aud joyous, resting in the dark  crypt beneath St. George's chapel,  which Gcoige 111 had desig ed lor the  tombs ot his family.  Several yeais were spent hv the  Q.ieen iu elaborating the details ol  the splendid mausoleum. It has heen  guarded Willi aiiiolute privacy. On  the anniversary of the Prince Consort's death, year by year members  ot the royal family gathered iu seclusion <iinuud ihe massive saren|ih.u;ii-  ttuder the octagonal lantern uru.vning  the building.  The touching iiisrtiplion indicates  lhe Qiteen'.Sj wish lo lie laid hilseif In  lest in Ihe mausoleum.  Tin* royal liurtal place for the Rove  renins .of Britain is in St. George'-  Chapel, Windsor, where the original  Wolsey Chapel .or Tomb House lm.-  lieen restored and superbly decorated,  and is Low known as the Aln.-il  Memorial Chapel. This contains a sin-  copliagds nf I he Prince, iin-l here lhe  Prince of Wales' son. Prince Allien  Victor, was hin-ied iu 1S92  Services at St. Peter's on Saturday.  Theie will'lie twoservtees on Sal in*  day at St. Peter's, as authorised by  the Bishop of New West uiinslei,  Celebration of tin* Holy Coiiiiiiuuio u  at 11 11. 111. .and Memorial Service at  7.31) p. iu. Thu older of the services  will lie as lollows:    '  Celeliiatton at. 11 a. in.  St-nti'uccs    from   Burial    Service���������  Met iii-cke."       . '     ' _    '      '  ^lTTtTiTiTr���������PinlifrOj^Pfirc&ll/" '       ~  . Hymn al Off.-i urtj ��������� 22,">  Hymn .it Coiiimliiiion���������1(18.  In place of llu; Klnl,1.1-111 t x������ els's- I he  hym.'i from l.ie tJ 11-ml" oji-k'n-e, "il 1.1  ll'iat    is    Born."     will   .lie   sung    10  Ali-rbecke's pliillisotig.  P.-aliu 130.  Jleinori.il  serviie ,11 7 30 p. 111.. consisting   of   llu* B n-ial   S.i-vice   oui.l  liuu the column ill player.  S-nlenres��������� Mel-becke.  HvMiiti tttler lesson���������105  ���������Alan tl1.1L is B ihi"  M.-rbecke.  '*I Iii-iii tl a Vim e" Meriiccke.  Special  hyuiii.   Tune   Si,   Bel-mud.  11^ in' liy in'us A. and Al.  Senium. ,  Hymn -225.  Hymn helure Benediction���������401.  The special hy 11111 is .one Unit was  selected liy her late Alaje.s'y for u-eal  Ihe 11111111.il iiii'iiioi-ial services lor ill"  Prince Coiisoi L held at Fiogiunie.  , The ihancel litis been stiilably hung  in lil.-ickaud 11 lilack altar chilli made  lot- the occiusion hy the Indies of llie  congregation. The choir will wear  hl'icK scarves over their surplices at  hut li services.  The Winnipeg: Vies Win.  The Winnipeg Victorias defeated  the Shamrocks.'4- glials to 3, in the fit si  ������.'ime for'lhe Stanley Cup and Hockey  Championship Wednesday. It. was a  great game, witnessed by an immense  crowd. The score was even, up to  three 111 unties hefoie WontTput the  puck through for Winnipeg.  Af7J  Foresters Attention 1  Members of (Joint Mt. Begbie and  visit ing Foreiier.-arci'i ipn sled to meet  at Oddleliuus Hall. 1. n. 111. Satum.iy  In piep-ire tor iM.-lnorial Seivn.es 111.d  parade.  '���������   ' -'    J.   RlNGKR.   C,   R.-  K, D, J, C, Johnson, Rpc. Sec.  A Snap in Real Estate.  For 60 days only three lots for $1 000  100 ft. ftontttge by 140 ft; deep corner  ing (ui lane, 111 business portion of the  city. All fenced and planted in  sin-ill fruit trees. First class business  or gulden property. Addtess, P. O  Box 184; Revelstoke Station.  Curling.  A game in No.   2  competition  plavcd   between   PinklLcu's rinl  McU ifiVon W> Ineid.iy, resulting in a  win for Putkh.'iiri II to 10.  Mineral Formation of Kootenay.  The quartz  mining   regions   of   the  interior of British Columbia, in which  any great extent of  development  lino  been   done,   aie   the. E isL   and   West  Kooten.-iys   and   ihe   South     Eastern  pm-Lioii   of   the   Yale* dislrict.     The  luineials   in   ihese  disliiits   are/coi.-  tained    in  thiee   (listinrt' belts.-'lhat  round Rossland, Trail and u portion of  Ihe eastern boundary of Yale , clislrii'l  being Ionian.ed in  an  etuplive series  of   dim itic   locks.    Fiom these' poii.ts  toward    llu-   weslwnid,    passing   0111-  tv-uds,   iiotihwaid   1111   the . Uosblaiid  side   and wi-siwaul on  the  Yale'*sule.  ihe   valualile    11111u-1.il    (������������Us ^ari-.cou-  *nfntyd^-r.iii- _ [ixi^f. sarins -olj '"-crvsj aline,  'iiieiiunoi'p'liii'-forin ii.'iiui .mil are iii.niy  mile.s in tlin.k;i.-*s_.. coiisisium ol l.neis  of-si hisls (mostly Laicoseaii-l gi.ipllitte)  limes, c.irli.iiiiii-eoils slau-s aiid silireou-  shales ovei laid again    u llh Vi   hell-   of  lime of gieal   ihnkiiess interlaid- with  iielts ol    ipl.illziles "and    diolllic   and  poiphtnyLie   inliusive  lock   and some  dykes ol    lhe same   ti.it.lie. that tn -a  ni.ilbellv-d.let lion passes tlnongh lhe  Slocan   "and bending to   lhe   \\������-.siwiud  1 mis ou through the  L.udeau  distiiil  and on. always' tl ending .more to  the  wcst-waid/, Llilou^h    lhe   'Re%elsloke  divisi.in.-iiiid on to Slitishwau  lake   in  the" Kauiionps   division'   of, the."i,'tie  disCiu.1,   wheieit liecouies almost lost,  being hrokeniip hy a series/ of   mini-  sinus of tr.ip,'.which   form "a   miner'il  belt     a pai t.\. 'The . 'Same " series     of  (.rystalnie rocks mv encountered again  on" the south side of  the   district   and  occur   tu   Lhe    Okauag.in district and  connect, wilh-those    men) toned    as  passing westwaul   fiom Lhe  bolder of  lhe Yale and Trail Creek diblrtcls.    It  willtieseetilrointhisth.it  they  fni in  a,cii'(le, ii regular in. outline, whiili   is  broken ihi'ough ill I wo nearly opposite  ponils   by   two very extensive    intrn  siotis;   i.. e..   th.it    nt ��������� Russian.)   mid  .Kauiloops.-1 lie_c^iitm^_i.rj.i.tit.s_irregjd.iiL  circle    is   < ouip..~eo of .nil iisiv'e giant  1 on! and syetnlu locks.'iheseiig nulla Villi pr.ee.--, such   as 111 tile S.oi.ui and al  'ltekcl.slor.e.      Iiritken       llir.nigli       I ll<*  irysl aline'locks nut ha*, emit d.spliued  theiii tor   any   very   exi.-nsiie   .neas  Tlie "feinii*  ol thi.s circle will beat,   a  point, not tar west    from    the   head of  1 he Upper Ai row lane, .Ti.e dip of .lit  cry.-i.inue rocks is. getu-iallN spea^um.  ,n\;ay Ironi I he   centre   of   Lhe   rime,  a 1 ill   lhe reason  lor Lhis   can    lievety  s.iuply ili-uioiistr.iled   hy closing one's  Hat ami p.iss'i'ig (he knuckles   tluoimh  .1   sheeL   ol .ne.s.-paper   allowing   lue  paper   lo   hang   down,    tne     knuckle  lepreseliillig   Ihe    llitrilsioll     (if     Ihe  ^ratiilesalid lhe paper   the iryslaline  toi-tu.ition. The East.Kootenay iiiiuer-  nl lielllies iu Lhe same formal ions bin.  is   mostly    due   L:i    lunre    ivi enl    dis-  iiirb.iiices. which shntv   Lhein������elve.s in  the in.inni'i i.f   porpliyrita- and   felsic  dykes,   ol    gieal    exieiu.    A series of  these   run" at   nlnm-l   slratghl.   lines,  slightly   diverging   ill a soiiLlieaslerlv  direction, >md forming the   laiiges   (������r  iiiountaitis lying   between lhe ���������Jobiin-  tiiu   and   Kootenay rivers,   and Wesi.  Kootenay   dividing'  Hue.    the    piosl  northerly (if   them,   cutting over into  the Rockies, for some distance beyond  the Windermeie lakes.   These  dykes  occur   mostly   through   Fort  Steele.  Golden   and      Donald     division,    the  ftirui.itions   lieiiikr. iimch.   folded   and  tilted by llu- intrusions aii'd carried up  liy*"  dykes   with   great  alleralfniis   in  their struct ure and consequent   Assuring*   ll has been   found -also that   in  the Rocky Mountains, running nearly  through llie centre of llie range, there  is anol her series ot   similar   dykes   ol  aliout  the   same   age   and apparently  creating   another   miiieial    belt,     but  tliere  has not   been sufficient exploration a.s yei to fully del ermine this. The  11llier11n11er.il bel.s'-through.ait B.C.  are consequent, on distinct  and  separate   volcanic  waves which appircialy  occ 11 lied at the same period but only in  places   found   their   way through the  earth's   crust.   This   description    will  clearly demonstrate that   the   ores of  the   counii-y   have-lheir   origin fiom  the   mineral charged gases emanating  foomlhe  interior   below   the   earth's  crust, filling the fissures consequent on  the.cooling   of the  rocks   heated   hy  intrusion,   and that,   therefore,   they  ure nf   necessity primarily, and essen-  tiallv   of   a,   composite    nature.���������The  B. B. Mining Exchange and Investors'  Guide.  THE FUNERAL CQBTLCE.  Order in Which it Will be Arranged.  It is now under stood thai, the funeral procession in London will be  approximately as follows: I  A Sovereign's escort ,of 100 Life-  Guards. , '   '  The massed bands of threeregiuients  of Foot-Guards. ,1 '  Field-Maishal Eirl Roberts and ," the  Headquarters Staff.      ' '  An Army giiiicatTiage with : the  body.  The King, supported by lhe Gi rnian  Em pel or, the King nf "Porlnga.'. and  Ihe other reigning sovereigns iJi llie  order of precedence. ���������  The Dukes of Connaught aud ��������� York  the Equerries and aides de-ramp in  attendance on Ki-yn! personages.    ���������  Queen Alexandra, - the Duchess: ol  S'ixu Cobourg aud Got ha, and other  Royal Princesses, iu four ctirria ges.  deeply draped. ���������  In the 1 ear of the procession uno ther  Sovereign's escort of 100 Life Gun ills.  . It. is estimated th it O-l Royal pri tires  .vill participate in the procession. As  ihe funeral will be .of a military  character there will probably he no  pallbearers', although at Windsor  icl't'iin generals may*- act in ' this  (iipacily, while lhe colUn is bi-inu  'iii-i-ied' m> the nave of Si. George's  Chapel.      * -     -,  The Two Mile Cl aropionship.  Tlie Hrst race of the two mile ; chain  pion-hip was run at.the R-velslok.* rint.  I 11 Tuesday night. Theie well-* foul  eiilries. S Neeilhani. 7J. Gould. D.  Calder nnd W. S i.vveiv-' who (iiinein  in the iirder uivi-in " Ttiel-e   are  fifteen  II lints iif the contest, a" flrst 'coin ilinj;  three, a second two a'nd a'third one.  ' The second race ih .the competition  1 unit' off last night. - Only I wo sk titer.-  turned up at ihe starting pomi.  Needh'ini -and Gould. "After a-i. los.-  and excilillg mutest Needham tel  when only about, five ygirds from I he  winning post and while leadiii(j;'' b>  aliout a yard' and Goiild came'in a  winner. . 1 ���������-  - The next conlest in ' the series will  take place 011 Monday.    '- ���������  C, P. R. Appointees.  ' The Canadian Pacific Railway .Colli-  piny announces thefolloViiig appoiut-  niHiits: . ��������� \-- ' 3 . '  S." J.', Outer. '.D'strict Passengei  Agent,'Kootenay1; District, ollice at  Nelson. v"       ._ ' -  G  J. Bury,   Supi'i-inteiiilent   Crow's  Nest section, from-' Diihuiore June* .ion  lo Koolcn.iy L in.ling. olljce .at  C -.111  brook, vice. J, A". Caiue'ron. transferred.  I. 0. F. IS TRIUMPHANT  ���������Been  All Dr. Coulture's Charges Have  Successfully Combated.  Nrcw YoitK. Jan. 23-The iipplicit  tion by Dr. Charles L. dull ure fur  an iiijiiuclion restrair.itig the supreme  court of lhe Independent Order of  Foresters from continuing certain extravagant practices, and from interfering hy threats or otherwise wilh  lhe plaintiff, his attorney or witnesses  in prosecuting certain actions brought  by him, was today denied by Justice  Blatichard in the supreme court. Dr.  0 mltiire also claimed the organization  was practically insolvent unit had  expended over $100,000 in collecting  an income of $2,500,000 last year.  The defendants denied all the allegations of mismanagement and showed 1 hut the order had now 170.0CO  members in the United Slates und  Canada and 11 surplus ot $1,000.(XX).  Another of De, Coulture's charges was  lhat the association declined to ii'*cepl  black or yellow men us mem tiers while  it had elected as its Supreme Chief  Ringer a Mohawk Indian. Tlie  .Iefeiidunl8, in reply to this, said thai  Or. Oi'onhyalekhii was 11 full blooded  .Mohawk Indian, who was ti licentiate  of 'he Ontario Medical council, au  iiudei-grad.i.ite of Oxford University.  England, a grailu ite of Toronto Um  versity, aud .vas last year Ihe president of lhe National Fraternal  Congiess of America. He had been  ut the head of the. order since 1891  when it had only 309 members, and  had since been engaged in building up  t.he association, while Dr. Coulltire  now seemed l.o be employed in an iti-  d.-avor to destroy it. if he possihlv  eoiihl do so. Justice Blanch.ird. in  denying Ihe motion for the inj'liicLion,  ���������aid that all lhe allegations.-cliai-giiit.'  maladministration of the defendants  mil the donbiful solvency of the order  had lieen fully met. He denied the  motion without costs. 1  GOVERNMENT WILL N3T PAY  ���������As usual.~yo>i can find all the  late-l Books-.-Magazines and Papers ivi  1 he Canada Drug & Bonk Co's.  - ���������If the" sun is strong on the eyes  with lhe glare from the snow, you can  iret smoked,' black or blue glasses at  lhe Canada Drug & Book Co's.  ���������When yon aie Barking with a  severe cough, get, a box of Barbs  Past ills. They are Very soothing and  will help you at once. Y..11 can get  ihem at the Canada Drug & BookCo's.  Sanction for Memorial  Serviee in Ottawa Protestant Cathedral Withdrawn  Ottawa, Jan. 30.���������The biggest sensation for ninny 11 year developed  yeslerday. After aunotiiicenieiils ot  elaqurale arrangements for a memorial  .service 111 Christ Church cathedral on  Silurday, the Governor-General wns  in formed this morning thut the government withdrew its consent lu the  lmn.-t.ion, aud would not bear the  cost of nio'ii'iiing emblems. No cause  was assigned lor this extraordinary  action, hut a minister told me tonight,  that the government felt it would he  recognizing the Church of England  as ,1 Slaiechtiich, il'olllcial recognition  was given as originally designed.  The government, however, lorgets  that on the occasion of Sir John  Thompson'-! ile-itU si.tie memorial  services were held theru in the Hoi nan  Catholic cathedral, which was diaper!  at public expense, at a cost of $750.  'ihe government's action on the  present occasion is generally condemned. Everybody is wondering whence  the influence which led the govei 11-  uieut to.take ils extraordinary step.  Miss A Berger left yesterday mom  ing for Illecillewaet on a visit lo her  uiother.  D. Ferguson returned on Wednesday morning fiom lhu Coast and will  go to Ferguson tomorrow.  The Fred Robinson Co. expect to be  able to bring all Lheir logs across the  liver this winter, the weather being  so piopttioits.  E. Tays and D Calder, wipers in the  C P. R. shops here, have been trans-  ferivii to 1'iail and left this morning  for that town.  A recruiting office for the South  African'Constabnlai-y has been opened  at, Nelson. La-ut. G. S. Beer is the  I'l-ciiiiliug agent.  VV. B. Pool, manager of the Great  Western Mines, Ltd., is, the Hehald  regrets to say, laid up wilh a seven-  attack of la grippe.  R. P. Pettipiece of the E njle. re  turned .to Ferguson on Wednesday  inornir.g accompanied hy his mother,  Airs. M. Peltipiece, who will "spend a  few week's iu the Laideati J   -  .The firm of Oppenheiuier Bros. Ltd..  wholesale grocers,, Vancouver, made  an assignment .on Tuesday afternoon  for, the benefit of their creditors.  -^Trainmaster- Risteen.  returned     on  -Wednesday , morning   from    a   brief  visit ,to -.Vancouver,    He   was accom  panted by Mrs. Rtsteen and family,  The bold liberal offerings" of our Great  Clearing  Sale have   created a great  -combination all oversown.     Everybody seems  to  be  talking about them and  ���������gu'essingC.  Goodness-knows, we have given them enough to talk about !     Yet  . it'seems to us as if our fun was just commencing, for we are now in  splendid  trim to bring up our reserve forces and make values bigger than ever.   Shopping surprises of the most extraordinary kind will'be the rule for the nextten  days.   BIGGER MONEY'S WORTH 'than you  have   any reason  to expect.  Don't-stop to figure it out, "leave that to us," but come1 and take advantage of  every offering we give.   There is big money in it for you, and remember if you  are not satisfied with any purchase you make of our Clearing  Sale   Bargains  Come'Back and' Get Your Money.  1-W^iatex^ Jackets  and Gapes  ��������� T<> close out. mir Slock of Stylish Winter Jackets,  we. have 1 educed former set lint; prices 50 to 75  per' cent., thereby cieal ing Home of Ihe greatesL  bargains of Ihe age.    A fe.v ((notations :  ���������Sa.OO instead of $7 50 fin- L-idies' Black Beaver  Jackets, stylish and well made, thoroughly up to  ��������� late and perfect filling.      < *  $2 7.") instead .if $4 50 for Ltdies Extra Quality  B -aver Cloth Jackets, latest winter styles anil  well made. '  $3 00 iiistcaaor $3 00 for L lilies'Black Beavei Cloth  Capes. Fur Collar and thoroughly well made.  Dress Goods  Broken lines of Dress Goods   .vhicli must cleare  -  marked al prices which will 1 ffecl a quick sale.  lot. 11 yard instead of 25c    Small cheeks uud  mottled  goods.    Regular Price 25.:.   Sile   Price liV,  Prints and  Zephr Ginghams  wa <  i's rink and  15   Pieces Prints,   dark   'ind     medium  Regulai 12ic*. a. yard.   Sale Price 8c,  10   Pieces  Zephr  Gingham    in   Fancy  Regular Price 20c.   Sale Pi'ice-12_jC.  3 Pieces Check Ginghams.    Regulai' Price 8c. and  10c.    Sale Price 6i*. '  colors.  Checks.  Cretonnes  100 yards Fancy Cretonnes. 31 to 30 inches wide,  light, medium and dark colouiigs. Regular price  20 and 25.    Sale price���������15c.  -^$12 5 Feather-Boas---  for 75c.  These stylish Feather Boas will lend an added  charm to your tailored costume to sav nothing of  the wariulli and comfort to be derived during the  cold days yet to come..  Wrapper Specials  Every garment reduced in tbe  Wrapper^ Department.  Morning Wrappers, cut full hack waists,  lined,  turn  over collars.    Regular $2 L0.    Sale Price $1 40.  Flanneletts  5 Pieces Flaniielells ir, checks and plain, good  heavy weight.    Regular Pi ice 15c.  Sale Price 10c.  Cotton Towels  Moie Towels sold iii.lanuarv at this Big Sale than  in any nt her mouth of Ihu year, of course ihu're  cheaper now.  Cotton Huckaback Towels���������Special Sale Price 20c. a  Lace Curtains  25   pairs Notinghum and Scotch Lace Curtains.  40 tool) inches wide, three yards long.       Regular  o       price $1.50 to $2.00 per pair.    Sale price���������$1.00.  Mon's, Boy's arid  Youth's Clothing'  All new (funds this season. Special bargains iu  each depal tment.  Womens* $13 50 to $16 50 Tailor-Made  Suits for $9.50  10 Womens' Tailor-Mnde Suits made of Pure English Homespun; Jackets linpd with Sateen.    The skirts  are lined wil li percaline and bound wit h velveteen.' Regular, price $13.50 to $16.50.   Sale price���������$9.50.  ��������� Rooms to rent,  ofllee.  Arp.v.a.t Herald  ^*7ATCH for and read, our advertisement attentively  during  ~'~      find them interesting, they'll teach you practical money s  this  month,  you practical money saving.  You'll  THE QUEEN'S FUNERAL '  The Order of the Civic  Ceremonies  on  Saturday Afternoon.  Thp ceremonies on Saturday which  will he held here in connection with  the Queen's funeral on that day will  be as follows:    .  THKPAIIADB  A   procession   will   he   formed    on  Second St. just east, of  No,  2 Pirehall  at 1:30 p.m.   and   will  march   to  the  Opera House in the following order:  W. 3. l,ee. .Matshall.  The City Bund.  His Worship the Mayor  and Cily Cunm-il!  The Ofllc'iiils of tne Dominion and  Provincial Governments.  The City Clergy  The Solvation Army.  Representatives of the Board of  Trade.  B. of L. E.  1. A. ofM.  B. of R. T.  S. O. E. B. S.  K. of P.  I. O. P.  I. O. O. F. Revelstoke Lodge,  I. O. 0. F. Selkirk Ixidge.-     ���������  '   U O. L.  A. F. & A. M.  Citizens.  The children   .of   the   public   school  will be fot med iu Ihe   middle  between  lhe right and left files  of  the  pataile.  At   the    door   the   Mayor    and   city  council and   tin*   government  ollicials  will   iii.uih  rii^hl   in.     The   childien  will follow   ihem.      The   rest   of   the  parade will   (ountei mail ll   and   enier  Ihe hall in the reverse ot der.  THE CEllEMOXIAL.  The Miimu*  will   take  the   chair "at  lhe   meeting and   dt-liver   the opening  address and will  be   followed    hy   the  other speakers? * "'"*  "The Queen as a Woman.".  J. Thoinp-on.  "The Queen's   Influence   on  lional L'le." , Mr. A. Sullivan.  'The Queen as  a Sovereign  W.-C. Cider.  Rev..S.  Educa-  ," Z. Rev.  for  The   Queen   as   an    Influence  good. -Rev. C.A. Procuniei*. :'  -   God Save the King. --"  The galleries of the opera house have  strengthened   with   upiichts  and-the.  auditorium will be suitably draped  by   :  lhe decoration committee iu black nnd  purple.'* . ���������_-.-,  The first five rows of seats" will" be'  t esei veil- tor ladies who wish to -enter ���������'  the hall before the parade.  ,.   i. o. o. f.^        -; ;_    .  At the" retjnlar'ineet ing (if Revel st oke'"  L.odg".-10,0.;F..-lust, .\vet*k-tbie-foIk>w--"  ing resolution w;u> passed:,   ���������-    '.-.'"   r  -'.'���������    V ^Kevelstoke, Jany. 21. 19.11. _  -.Wherea-s we'the members of. Revel-I  stoke Liaise No. 25 Independent-Order'  of Oddfellows desiring to make known   ���������  our heal tfeit snriow* at the : death   of  h-r   most    gracious' Majesty. -iQiieen  ���������Victoria, declare it.  Resolved: That as  an humble and defeiei.ti.il   expression  of our   great   grief  af' the loss   of   a'  beloved sovereign   whose sympathies  were as broad as  the vast Empire  she  governed, who was, possessed   of eveiy  womanly   virtue   and   "who wtoughc  her people lasting good" the.charterof  thi.s Indgc-bcTsuitablv  shrouded   with  mo'irning,   ciublem.ilic.il   of   our   respectful esteem for   her   lecord. reign  and   personal   qualities   and   further,:  That to   preserve   our sentiments   on  this   solemn   occasion, copies   of   this  tesolutioii   shall   be   forwarded to"the  Grand .Lodge for filing in their aichlves  and to the local press  for  publication.  [signed]  E. Waterpok, Noble Grand  ���������  H. N. Cochsier, Sec.  1 --  ,"-   "4*i5'tti  MAIL ORDERS  FILLED PROMPTLY  REID & YOUNG.  $+.������&rwt������^Mm]*WJKl'.WrJ^^  I. O. F. -    ,  At   the   last    legnl.ir   -meeting   of  Court   Mount   Begbie   the    following  resolutions~of���������conu'iueiu*e~iijtd_~s,yui~  palhy were  passvd   after  which, ijiisi-  ness w.is suspended : "  Resolved, That Court Jlo'unt. Begbie,  No. 3101, of the Independent. Order ot  Foresters, has learned with genuine  grief of the death" nf onr beloved  sovereign. Her Most Gr.icio'tts Majesty  Queen Victoria; " ., .   -  That, as ii tribute to heiv deep devotion to all matters .ill'ecting-the welf.-uo  of her faithful* peo"ple evi-rywheie.  her personal virtues of character, and  as expressive of our sincere, "sorrow  and reverenli.il remembrance, "onr  charter he suitably driipfd'wii h mom n-_  iim fur a pi riod of Mi rep , niuul li.-.; -.and  furl her. lhat we te.-Mfy to these' our  feelings by pai-iicipa'ting as a Cotlrt  of Foi inters', and in such manner as  prescribed by ritual on decease of a  member thereof, in whatever ceremony may locally he appointed to  mark her burial;  And be it lurther lesolved. That  while with respectful sympathy up  condole with His .Majesty on the  death of a model mother and  illustrious, monarch, we view with  loyal satisfaction and attachment, to  His Pel son -the succession of King  Edward the Seventh, and in comuiou  wilh his loyal subjects everywhere,  pray Uiat- blessings, happiness, unci  pro*-pei ity may at lend his leign. aud  wijh devotion we sing  "God Save the King";  And further. That pi opei* i ecord he  made of these our loyal sentiments it.  is hereby ordered that the nlinvc  resolutions be spi end upon tlie minutes  of our coiitt and a copyf sent to om*  Supreme Chief Ramjer.  J. A. Ringek.  Chief Hunger.  K. I). J. C Johnson".  Eecording Secretary.  The  following   resolution   touching  on   the   death   of   the only   child   of  Bro. and Mrs. C. W. Mitchell was also  passed :  Resolved. That Court Mt. Begbie.  No. 3401. I. O. F��������� has learned with  leirret of ihe death of the only child of  Bro. C. W. Mitchell, and desires on  this occasion to express its deep felt,  sympathy wilh him and Mi*. Miluhell  in this hour of affliction and pray that  the future has iu stoic for them commensurate i eward.  And further. That a copy of this  resolution be presented to Mis. Mitchell and be also duly spread upon the  minutes of this court.  J. A Ringei;.  Chief Ranger  K. I>. J. C. JoilxsON,  Recoi-dins S.*< t <*l r rv.  tt^B . CJ-.^*. <P>';\\y.{  V7'V;;^v;--^;v- v  Revelstoke   Herald  PuUUshed la the Interest* mt  Rrrelstotee, Lardeau. Big Bend, Trout  - I*ke* .TUtcmewaet, Albert Canyon.  ���������     -'       -���������.a   '   mmr\������  Premier Haultaln Is said to have  told a Winnipeg; reporter that the  Territorial assembly -would not meet  until March.  JOHNSON.  BeoU.Weekly J������UJ^_,  surrounding  Jordan     Pass     and     Bagl*  Pass Districts.  ..PROPRIETOR  _ ��������� published  in the Interest* or Revelstoke and  to surrounding ' districts, Tuesdays and Fridays, making closest  eonn*-ottoBs with all trains.  Advertising RaUs: Display ads.,  fl-W per Inch, single, eolumn, $2.00 per  feich wtien Inserted on title page.  t<egal ads., 10 cents per inch (nonpa-  rlel) line for first Insertion; 5 cents  tor each additional insertion. Reading  notices, 10 cents per line each Issue.  Birth,   Man-lace  and    Death    notices,  , tree.  Subscription   Rates*.     By   mill    or  ���������Brrter, J2.00 per annum;   il.'iH tor six  months, strictly ln advance.  Our Job Department. THE HERALD  The people  of the    Orange    Kiver  Colony are all said to be purchasing  umbrellas, to keep out "De Wot."  '.'���������       o       ��������� V  It might well have bees    said    of  Queen Victoria:      "Kind    hearts aro  more than coronets and slmpla faith  than Norman blood."  ^^^^^^^^���������������������������^������������������^^^^^^^^^^^J  I  Empress Frederick and Hoi rs  Almost at th������ root of the treats  the Empress Frederick with; her late  consort, Frederick III. of Germany,  their .family branching: out; on. either-  sldo. Abovo come -the Prince- and  Princess of Wales with their descendants;    still heigher up aro the Duke  Her Many Traits oE Character  OutUne^Jn^  Jn the Hearts of Her People--Victoria tlie OoexJ. icosa Alice and Grand Duke.of Hesse  i. IL SCOTT. B.A., UUB  A.  E.   Blmer,  ot   Utlca.  la   la  his  "^rbert'liallett, ot^Whitby,; Ontario,  accompanied    by^ his    two vowsta*  Misses, Helen  and Amelia Knight_of  "this town were   driving    acrossi the  Grand Trunk railway w*������ ������*., *"  throe wore instantly killed..All three  bodies wore carried to the station on t Barristers, Solicitor^ Eta,  tho cow catcher. .... .    iMIcitom    for    Imperial    Bank    mt  :-.��������� n 1 Canada  Cospaay funds to loan at 8 per cwt  Offices:    Molsons Bank Block  Vint Street. Revelstoke Station, B.O.  If  Barrister, Sol to!tor, Notary Public, Bla  MeKeasle Avenue, Rerelstoke,StaMna.  Money to Loan  HABVBY, McCARTER & PINKHAM  ovor  , Victoria Is from <*c   .Pen  I*        _i-_..__**      .- tr r\ ov        i Tl fiv      BrADUIQ  minion  parliament will .^^^,|' That   the  phed  iiv.u  ������������������������������-.���������     - - ���������  conies as a shock to me as an En  ^eatlhouBekeep^, that   tnoy ehould     Doji^and family;  *������ff$~ -mestl. tral, W^S* *  them  ���������lst-  then tho Duko   and  Is a  ta view of the manv new   tc.���������^ h^. a^u^ and rfilUlren  estiuu ono  uioinbors." Walter Scott, for Instance  durhiR his nloction. campalEn loft it  in bo inferred that hfi waa In favor of  nbvornmfmt ownership of railways  and it will ho of ercat. interest to  nolo what stand he will take In  thn  mattor  momentous    intelligence  tha    Oueen.  Queen's place in every       _    ,_      -   -���������.���������h  hv  every I    Contrasted with  the domestic sim-1  CSS ^o^r-ol^X^|p������clty or hor life   ��������� - ��������� I  S^lne^s0 when sojourning in a  Duchess of Cotmaught and family,  t the top. Princess  her   husband.   Prince  MOTHERHOOD  u o. natural instinct which Bhowa itself  In the girl as soon as she ia big enough  to play the mother to her doll. Unfortunately the womanly health does not  always keep pace with the motherly in-  -*���������*���������'**   and when  J. W. CROSS  between Dawson and White Horso by  Kootenay, and Is prepared to execute  all kind* Ot printing ln ftrst-clasa  stylo at honest prices. Ono price to  ���������IU No Job too large���������none too  ������xoall���������for us. Moll orders promptly  ���������wended to.     Cdvc us   a trial on your  aext order.  To Correspondents; Wo Invite correspondence on any subject of Interest to tho general public, and desire  a reliable correspondent In every lo-  ..__ n������,.M������tnV������!.      In  all  1FAt such a Umo one would wish to  Aln ones own country, amidst one's  tar land,  j  bo  o\  S? busmen, and "the grief    that  'in. Lnlrf  in  England    ou _the  am  ��������������� ^aroitt������s%v���������r  S7r<������ v������������������. ���������������������������*������������������ ������a ""*  Dspondcnt  Ing Revclsi  lQ. r\ne   nu  accompany manuscript,  sss-tfwsr --s  writer    must   u.^���������r��������� .  but not necessarily for publication  Address all communications  REVB1.STOKB HERALD.  Notice to Correspondents.  1.   AU correspondence must be legibly written on one side of the paper  only.  ���������i.'  Correspondence    conlalnlnB    pergonal matter mast be signed with tho  '.. proper name of the writer.  3. Correspondence with reference  ���������to; anrthlne that has; appeared In  another paper must first bo offered for  publication to that paper before It  ���������ean appear In THE HERALD.  the North Woet Mounted police. Each  week   two   policemen   start  over  tho  trail from tho Dawson end with with  dog teams, und each  week a counter  patrol   starts   down   the rlvor     from  White Horse.     Thoy make   SO or 80  miles u'day,'.keep a watchful e-yo on  cliches of goods from stranded scows  of steamers, look after tho safety of  travelers, and go over tbe registers at  tho  rotul   houses.   In  order  to  know  who has pasBod along the trail.     A  register of all guests Is required to bo  kept at each road house, and in that  way ..clues  may be  obtained    to any  sudden.     rtlsnppe.aranRO     along     the  trail.   o ���������  Changes in the Victorian  Era.  was expressed in England  passing of Tjlncoln, Grant and Gar-  Hold Is reciprocated on every hand by  tho holiday-makers of sunny St.  Augustine.  It Ib .difficult to realize'today that  when tho Queen enmo to tho throne  royalty was by no means it popular  Btltutlon In England.    Tho memory  v......,.-. _...    was the   bravery  she displayed on all public occasions.  Within the last few months sho has  made many public journeys through  the streets of London. And at the  times when the continental Anarchist was doing hlB worse she persisted In; hor journey to Franco and  Italy, despite the earnest advice ot  the newspapers and the remonstrances, It is said, of her   mlnlsltors,  had  not passed  from  It  wns  so  long  Germany's Emperor a Grandson  The  Kmepror  antl: Empress  Frederick   had .eight   children     and   lost  two sons Siglsmund and    Waldomar.  Their oldest son Is the reigning German Emperor William II.;.married to  Augusta  of 8chIoswlg-Holsteln,    and  having  six  sons���������Frederick   William,  crown prlnco, Elthel Frederick, Adalbert, Augustus, Oscar and Joachim���������  and one daughter, Louise;    and  the  second, is  Prlnco Henry,   married   to  ins.  ot .George'��������� IV  tho   public   mind.  since our country bad had a woman  tw the nominal head of affairs that  tho change naturally aroused much  public Interest, and tor a time It looked as thongn the affection for a monarchy was about to be revived.  Then camo the Queen's marriage to  Prince Arthur, which was by no  moans popular. One has but to rofor  to the newspapers of that day t'6 see  No criticism of any kind caused .tho   -- ��������� , h    ing   lwc, BOns  Quoon to desist from any purpose.on  -^X-uiid    and    Waldomar.    Of    the  which she was bent ,,,���������������������������   dnuchters  Charlotto  is    married    to  Thoro were times when hor pathetic X'FCldltary prince of Savo-Melnln  friendship for the French cx-Brnprcw *������ h^1������Bn701^ SuBhter. Feodore'  Eugenie wa.s highly resentod by^somo fc���������^���������0 8Adolph of Cchaumburg  of the less  gallant    officials of ��������� the   x etc.ria  wai   ^ prlncc  French  republic, ^ut the Qucon jas  Wppe.    Sophia to,i, Mar_  in no way affected    by the    exprw-   ol  ������roece.   ne bclng acorgC|  slons of disapproval.   Sho had known   or u eece. ner Margaret  the Empress In  her days  of beauty I Alexander ann ������������">���������������  and prosperity. She was true as steel  steel at the timo of Eugenie's hu-  miliatiou.  She was blamed for withdrawing  Rerself from public life since tho  commencement of: her widowhood,  when: it has... been pointed out that  Hor attendance at the opera or her  leadership  of    society    would    havo  that the whoVeot the revision of our  form  of  government ������l>peareu_io  ue��������� ^^ _. ^&t impetus to.the trade or  .   _..������i.i_     10   yciia     "-.?���������.,���������,    _.f ti,���������rft ���������rn manv who Will  to Frcdorlck Charles of.Hesao, having  four sons, Frederick.- Maximilian,  Philip and Wolfgang Morltz.  Children of Prince of Walos  The rvhico and Princess of Wales  hav(������ had six children, and have loet ] .heaith e������r. mnw, ���������������,. ������^...   *    -  ...     ���������^��������������� it,A I   when ivi'tinltiK my txiliy, X contracted n licavy  Mil taking your 'Golden Mixllcil DImov-  t am thankful that poor siuflcrcru have  (ut chance to rep^iln their htMltti by  ���������tillCt,      real motherhood  comes it often  comes to mothers  who suffer ��������� intolerably during maternity and who  are unable to  nurse Uie weakling child which  frets and moans  in their arms.  Motherhood is  prepared for and  provided for by  the use of Dr.  Pierce's Favorite  Prescription. It  cures nausea,  tranqutll7.es the  nerves, given a  healthy appetite  and promotes rest-  ful sleep. It  makes the baby'a  advent practically painless, and give*  the mother abundant strength to nurae  her child.  Accept no substitute for n Favorite Prescription." There* is nothing "just a*  good " for weuk and sickly woman.  . "Two ycurn iiko I n-������a very sick utt-1 besan  Inking j-our ' t'avorite rrcxcrlptlon,' " writes  Mm. Ed. It-ickett, of Chnnlon. Gc-augu Co.,  Ohio. "When toy bahy boy came he welghea  twelve ikouutiii nud a . linlf, {[avc had good  ' ever since, until about three weeks ago.  Ofltee  Mackentle Avenue, Revelseoka  Surgeon to the C. P. R.  Health Officer. City of Revelstoke  Uethodlet Church, RevelBtoke  Preaching services at 11 a. at.  and 7:SO p.m. Class meeting at the  eloee of the morning service. Sabbath school attf Bible class at 2:8������.  Weekly prayer meeting every We*-  needay evening at 7:30. The publl*  are eordlally Invited.   Seats free.  RBV.SJ.THOMPSON.   Pastor.  Bt Peter's Church (Anglloaa)  Sight a.m.. Holy EucharlBt; U  a.m., natlaB, litany and sermon (Hetf  Eucharist, first Sunday In the month);  2:80 Sunday school, or ohlldraos*  cervice; 7:80 evensong (choral) a*A  sermon. Holy Days-���������The Holy  ESocfaarist Is celebrated at 7 a.m. or I  a,m., as announced. : Holy Baptism  after Sunday school at 3:IS.  C. A. PROCUNIER, Vlear.  nun bi.-i .jiij.u......  ......  .   _  Uie   eldest   and   youngest   sons���������the I "���������'J" ���������������������������������''   ..  tv.i. ,   ���������������   m������.~...     _ i   ti ��������� ai       i eo'd-   Am taking your-i*oiueu MW..V... ���������������������  Duko   Of   Clarence   and   PrillCC   Alex- cry.'    I am thankful that poor sufferer. ha������*  ������-...,-. I .,���������ii ���������.-   ..���������1.  K..YUI,  h������  KING  rclgna  over   the  It is a. measure of  the* .millions of  I>eo-  for     Queen  THE  E-dward   Vll-  now  British Empire,  cc-osolation  to  pie   who  "are    grieving  Victoria that her  son who has Ions  ��������� been   dear   to   British  trelgns ln her stead.  Is now nearly GO yea-  has be&n fcr many years  ���������presont subjects. '"Owing to the comparatively retired llto led by the  Queen since the death of the Prince  Consort, a great many of tho duties  appertaining to ihe reigning sovereign  fell upon his shoulders and he nlwas s  bearts     now  Thc now Kins  of age  and  betore his  dlscharsedvth^^  won  everyone.  pessimists  tlint  him tha respect and  esteem  were  not   wnntir.t;  a  danger-'to  There.:  ���������-.who."' foresaw  n-itain.  with  Its  avowing demc-cmuo  SnS^nt. on the death of the Queen  more  iitlii'o  sentimen  but it  is  doubtful  if  could have been lounrt. His  known     io    be    ���������*  nud   liis ml-  puccesso;  Malesty is  well  sound  constitutionalist  Sm: Popularity  with all classes  en-  4'es  for    him   an    auspicious  com-  SSement of his reign.    TU s ������^t  a Ume  with Uic^doep sonouoic-  ?ed  n.    This  deep sorrow  icmed by.the death of our  loved  Queen  to    cry:    t,a Heine  osi  Vive Lu Roi, bin it is a cer-  coiisolation  tit.  lonst  kins  is  weli  Any voTer  would  tribute    to  morte  tain  amonut of  to know  that tho new  worthy ol the homage and loyalty o  his  millions of subjects.     ' "���������  eace to His Majesty the Kin  be incomplete  without  bis  Royal  Consort."   Since  she  came  to  England  many  years  a^o   as  ihe  .���������.'child; wife of the heir apparent', to "the  ---tircne,__������he_ has_ won .her   way   into  tho hearts of the IlriuslT^ire-oplo'���������by  ���������and true .goodness  yal pair who now  well   fitted  tor  Never has a sovoreicn been more  honored by the faithful commons,  yet her sex has noi; Induced.'., them  to glvi now".privileges; in -their house  to women,  Tho p&iSft' has steooed from ousl  new prlvllece to. another, n.-ovlnctai  papers-"havlnc.'been admitted bv '���������".the  side of tiio BTcat I/mdon' journals,  ancl every DOrnonal oecullartty as  well as ovorv snoech belne reT>ortsd  without' fear of" sersflant' or clock  tower.  The British oorllament at the initiation   of   Her   Maiosty'a   wonderful  reign stood aa the only body renre-  sentatlve of a limited or eonstituton-  al  monaicnv���������orocticallv no. the sole  representative,  of   constitutional   government as it    i������    now    undorstood  throughout tho;world, alne.o them the  prlnciplo   has boon freely extended to  the various and vast colonial possessions, our own happy Dominion flrsx  of all.  It is tmlped but iusLice to the. memory of the.greatest and, wisest Queen  the world has ever known, to say lt  boldly that it. wa.s Iw life long-desire  to see her dc-odIi"-���������mosc In the most  distast parts of the vast empire;    as  well   as   they   of   the  litt'e   sea   girl  isles,   whom   countless   ru'ilHous   call  the motherland���������sielf governing, free,  happy. and contented.: which, has welded the kingdom and thp colonies Into  a  mutually   devoted   whole,   nor  ���������������������-  mittedtlifVKRods of discontent or discord at any time to find-a lodgment.  Il mav he. sn'tbal, in  thes<\'-.modern  days queens and kings are not;.what  once thoy were���������the Prod's rule. "Vet  so it was in principle in George TV's  RventCui; -reign,  and  it but  illustrates  how  tlio  mistaken  zeal  o*  ru'.er    of  power at "home."  may    by  ill  suited  action lose for tbo state the lovo and  fatth of colonies  and  v.'l'h  thit Iovf  and faith thc colonies themselves.  Had the crisis upon which arose  the severance of the faith of America's mistreated colonies, come ht "Victoria's time, tew will aver that euch  a course'would havo been: followed as  then was,-but instead that legal re-  cognition���������of^a_paopjo's   righ'.s. that  imminent, yot within  Queen lived down all that, and after  the stormy eplBodc of the Carlist  movement of 1848 she entered upon  such a-'50: years"''of ..'esteem and oven  affection as had,'; never hitherto, been  accorded to a single individual by a  whole nation.  I need scarcely tell any intelligent  Amorlcan Uiat the position of king or  queen in, England is  a difficult one.  Of power; In; the ordinary sense of. the  word there is none.   The president of  the United States has during his four  years of office as much patronage and  powor as is glvsu.to a modern.British  monareh in thc longest of rnlRna.  '   Nevertheless, such privileges as are  6'ivon to our    king and   queen have  been maintained  without friction  by  the Qucon-Intact,-at a period of'our  history wheu such legislation as the  taxes on the fortunes of ml.lionaires,  tho  Income   tax,  working  compensation acts, and the    forthcoming pensions for all individuals over C5 years  of  age,  prove  us    to  be,  though    a  monarchy, thc nios't soclallaitc country In the world.  Amidst all of this strife and struggle, change and progvoss. the Queen  has retained every privilege she inherited, and will hand to I'er successor  I.he  oilice  in    cxacLly   "-"    ��������� "���������  London, yet there are many who will  agree that she Is right to give herself,  to stato and family affairs. after tne  death of her husband, and truly no  man was ever moro.smccroly 'mourned that, was Prince Albert '  ador. Their surviving son, tho Duke i������u'<* a prami chance io rw��������� ....^  of York, married to Princess May of ^^fi^Jffi^It  I cck.   has   two   Eons,     Edward     and    mill in n trmt many more ramilii  Tcck,   has   .   .  Albel, and a daughter, Princess Victoria. Tho three daughters are  ���������Princess Louise, married to tho Duke  ot Fife, and having two girls, tho  IJidleo   Alexandra  and   Maud   Duff *  Presbyterian  Church  Service  every   Sunday    ot  11 aja  and 7.80 p.m.   Bible Class st 2: SO p.  m. to which all are welcome. Prayer  meeting at 8 p.m. every Wednesday,  RRV. W. C. CA1.DER, Pastor.  OJ  late  years  tho vast srowth  or' l^aaieu   i*.iu*.*-uuio.   -"*���������    -  the Empire, the acquisition of new. Princess Victoria and PrinceeB Maud,  territories, and tha development of; married to Princess Charles of Den-  thc   old   have Aiave   enormously   In- j mark. -  creased the matter of form that- a Of the union of Princess Alice and  British sovorolgn has to take cure ot.the Grand Duke of Hesse ilvo child-  ' ren survive. The Present Grand Duko  would Ulte   .    our family,  .    . _ ._ , families under my  ob.icrvattoii.  ������1 thank you for your kiuil racdlcjl advice."  Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, in paper  covers is uent free on re������*oipt of ji cents.  in one-cent slauijw to pay expense' of  customs .'������nd mailing only.    Address Dr.  R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  Roman Catholic Church  Mass  first and  third    Sundays Ib  moath at 10:30 a.m.    REV. KATHBR THATHR.  ! Salvation Army'  (    Meeting; evpry night In tbelr hall  < on Croat street.  :-3V"v'  i*;:/>'  ���������i'-r-.L  'j.j''.:'fL,  ^A^A^^A^i^A^A^  much  a remark-  imon  tho  ^,..-^  ... the    same  stato as she received it in 1837.  Hers  has  been a  personal   victory-  Strength of will, coupled with  tact,  great  industry,  and  able  memory,  have  been  secrets ot:hersuccess.Aboveall things  has been a remarkable consciousness.  I.can give no better instance of this  later quality -than the tact that when,  at the ago of GO years, she was proclaimed Empress of India, she engaged   the   services    of    a   llindustanee  tutor,   and taught   horse'f     the   most  difficult of languages.     To thc rest or  us   French   or   Gorman   at   that  ase  would have been difficult, and to become a good writer   and speaker    -'  Hlndustanec_ is a record in itself.  Constant "practice has given the  Queen a memory for Individuals and  languages almost unexampled. I had  tho honor to bo present in June at I  the great function which was the last  at which the Queen made her appear-  the   occasion   ot   "���������  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  ter senile dignity  heart.    The   ioy;  mlo  in.  England  are  taelr eminent position.  the reign  ;lory  more than all beside has  now  closing "In . p������rj!e'ctlori'  bound crown and colonies In a union  indissoluble.;::     '  Ktw,      It  was   _  briliant garden party at Buckingham  Palace, and all London, much of En-  rope, and a good deal of the United  States were there.  When   that    wonderful   throng had  assembled  there came  and   a  hi?  Jjv_horses  m  R  7ls tn'e''lt:ading newspaper of  the great mlnlnt; districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  the latost mining, telegraphic and local tiewH, written up  In authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unquestionable Information.     It   enjoys  a large circulation and Is consequently   unequalled   as   ku.  advertising* ������ medium   ln   HmtV.  field In which it is pnWlshe*-.  I |������uliscription $2,00 Per Rniulm  $1.25 For Six Mtsnllis,  StrleUyln Mnmi  The  ������. palace  aim a  prison.  \m-'r'"-ans are offering Kruger  The English    are offering  A DANGER SIGNAL  It is gratifying to observe the unqualified sympathy and grief of all  cations and all cre-idb nl tho death of  Queen Victoria.  ������   ' ��������� ���������  Political animosities and private  feuds arc forgotten for the time being  in the all absorbing Matter of-the  Ceatb of Qu*..-n Victoria,  ��������� ��������� ���������  It is to b--- hoped thtit the d������\itli of  ���������JSuceri .Victoria v."ill not prevent the  I>uke of Yfirk from making his con-  timplated visit to C:inad-i this year.  w ��������� ���������  The Toronto Telegram Sfiiys: Why  did not Nicholas Flood Davin go to  South Africa with Strathcona's  llorso and die nobly in iisttln, instead  ot staying at homo to be put out of  business by the cork  .si*da water bottle?  Like  a warning light    on  a  night,  Oh, bark of youth!  to thee.  The    crimson    nose    of    the  glows��������� O  Put forth to the open sea!  iormy  toper  Queen.  IMPERIAL B^\NK  OF e/\JMDA  Ilctiil Office*. 1'oa-oiito.  Capital Authorized, - r,2,50O,O0O.OO  Capital P.iid Up, - 12,453,603.00  Rost, - - 31,700.000.00  _  . a great hush  h  carriage  enterca.  drawn  . in .which,   wss    seafd  a  little old lady, who eritlTrI(I_th~<rTw(;"n=  tteth cpntury eh the ruier of 500,050.- i  000 of human beings. ��������� '  Despite failing eyesight and the f-ict  that she was obliged to wear heavy  dark Epc-ctacies, she. Btill ret'iiued her  wonderful power of recognizing Individuals. Standing beside mc was  Lord Sandhurst, just returned home  after his five years' goveruorshin of  Bombay. She signalled for the carriage to stop, and I w-*������ purtlculirly  struck by her an ckne?3 find tho appropriateness ot  her salutation.  "It is hot," she remarked In hor extremely   soft  and   sweet   voice,  after all. you  are used  to that,  said'to Lord Sandhurst.  When one remembers how many  colonies England governs It will >>r  agreed   that   tho   singling: out  of  an  individual  who  had been  away  rrom   (,..������������������        England    for a  long    time  from     ������; children living number  throng of  some  thousands  ot  people I (itfen  livc-d  to s������3e tho  not  ���������^x******3**13������������������ i , Hta   o������   Saxe    cohurg.  . With  one     daughter     Elizabeth;     Princess  . ^, ., , .   .i ��������� | Victoria  married  to Prince-  Louis of  ....T.ho.rhWrpn .nt .the   - S 1 Tlattenbr.;-g,._with   two   gir.s   and     a  o��������� n i U���������I.-J in! bit.. i���������w ���������<-1 ��������� *-> ���������-o���������u-��������� -.-���������tjjc-^���������Eouiro"���������a nd���������George ,-  i������������������o������o������������������������������������������������������B*eooaTlfti  o  ������ I  "but  fahe  A Long List of Doscendents. The  Mother of Rulers.    Her Dec-  cer.dents Include Nov/  Many Notable  Persons  When Queen Victoria came to thq  Lhro..e  in   1837  the  royal  .family  ot  Kncland had dwindled to rneagro  proportions,   the   direct   lino  of   sne-  omiIou being centred In ������**?[}  oi 18. Victoria. Today her children,  grand     children  and  bo-;,     r.tice,     ujuiai.     ......     *. ~    ���������  EliMbelh. wife of the Russian Grand  ' Dukjo    Serge*  . (Irene,    married     to  Prince Henry  of Prussia,  with    two  boys. Waldcmar and S'gismund; Alix  mtii'ricd to the Czar Nicho'.as II., with  . two daughters Olga ana Tatiana. Two  I children died young, Mary and Frederick.  Saxc-Coburg Line  l-'ive children are thc share ot thc  IJ'uk'e'. and Duchtss of Saxe-Coburg���������  jMai-io. married to thc Crown Prlnco  cf Roumania. and having a son and  t daughter. Carl and >El 2abeth; Victoria Melltavwife of the Grand Duko.  of Hesse, and having one daughter,  Elizabeth';'. Alexandra.-married to the  hereditary prince of Hohenloho-Lnng-  enburg, and having a son,.Godfrlcd  Victor; Beatrice and tho only sou,  tho   ho.rrdltnry   Prince  Alfred.  It takes a foremost piace In '  the race tor   prominence and  popularity      with  .  businosa  houses and as a consequence  ^���������does���������snorc=^-busines8^^wltU_  those requrlng printed staU-  onerr and office supplies than  any other printing   establish  ment m Eastern British Col*.-  ambla. The class ot work  tamed out has been pronoun^  ced equal to any thing ot the^  kind executed in the large  elttM by much larger print*-"  . erle*  lay  Job Printing Department  of  .. political  Jo������s'Martin'appears to have dropped  - out   of   the   active   arena  of   politics  for the  time being, but doubtless he  will  scon be  heard  of  in  soino new  ���������vole.     He is a man to whom inaction  stranger.      He has done more to  :iu;.i1ii:r.trntlons that,    any man  *vd  in Canada.     .He may  '".*���������!  ���������'. political   T**������njaalitc.  is a  tips^t  -v,ho ever li-.  v/eil  be  ������*.!  -   Some, of t'i.������ rc-sident-s of *ho IJnllcJ  s4tos  havu  petitioned     coiiiri^n-    to  j-revent thu  P.ritinh  governnn-nt from  .-���������irclissing ar.y  nor.: how.': to  i j So'iUi Arrri'-Ji    -ii- thi"}   c^-Un  T-i-ilty  in   -viimai-v      ^  "'"'"'���������  ?--Jc more -In ko-'-piti'-T for tho*--.  >>.'jU.ropis.K :.> .l'.'V.-ilc tli-ir    '.'���������iT-  U, 1ii? wboiV.-iil'.'  torlurlns  a'1'"*  ���������:-:rir-g of tJ.--*r  ffdlow  y. ;\i:i- or.  S"  -.M':':'!1:-'  j*-'.������:lc.? at pr.-;*--nr.  DIP.ECTORS:  ��������� H.   a.   Howland,  President  T.U.Merrltt.Vice-Prea,   St.   Catherlaes  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray'  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Stayner  Ellas  Rodgers  ���������'D...B. Wilkie, General Jfanager  BRANCHES  North West aad British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,      Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la: Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver. Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: ,  Eescx, Fergus, Gait, Ingerwill,  Llstowel, Niagara Palls,''.'Port  Calborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thoma8,  Toronto, Welland; WoodstooK,  Hamilton.  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank ilepartesent���������Deposits  of $1   and upwards received and  Interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial.   Municipal,  and   other  debentures  purchased.  Drafts  and    Letters    of    Credit���������  Available  at  all  points    of Canada.  if tilled     Kingdom   .   TjRlted     StAtes.  VOuropc.   India.   Chins    ."���������'w-o    Ay%-  ho  a 1 trali.'t. New Zealand etc. n  Colli   purchased.  TUl?   bank   issiiou  Special   Keccipta  whicli  will- be accounted  for at any  of  the Hudson's  Bay Co's  Posts   In  citiz. :i--' tltt'.t  i:-. | ,-J'r* Yi'Vnr. r-nd Northern  dlstrictfl.  n   ri'.'-  r*r>*il't..-r!i I A.  Jt. P.   HEARN,  :       -i        A'.-o%-.-..-   B/-'.*K'r~tr.Vp p.'-in--'-'  send  it is  nhil-  r.tinti  rnti;-  was .a-'wonderful  feat of memory  often c<|ii.iled at S2 years of age.  The carriage had not proceeded  scarcc-ly-a half dozen yards when sho  v/as speaking in perfect French to a  distinguishod Russian who was' present.  Then the-intense affection for the  Queen of tne-. ordinary English household can be realized by *an-.\mert.-;in  who remembers the interest displayed  in your country in thc. (lolnes at the  Wliitd House during the Cifvclfinfl  and Harrison Vidminiscrallnns. wh������*n'  there wore children there.  You nave read of lite Q::een'n journeys, "nor visits to tho poor, her  thought, nnt! hor practical common  sense in awtecr.-ift, in household mat-  tern, and : yott will comprehend' thc  nature of the blow that Is f.uil.'i:;  upon ovfry Englishman today.  The Queen was abcjv-o.all things, n  mother, :i housewife. Sho mii'Sed her  'children ."horself; and was devoted to  them, while the houses of tlio nobility  and pliictocrncy'.lmv.o been overrun by  hired and professional nurses.  The Queen was aa much thd mother  of her children as. any. laborer's/wire,  nnd. despite, the four hotira of official  work sho hail every d.-iy nf hor lire.  pin* know all lhat was going on iilvoul  her household, and was neatness and  carefulness Itself.  1 had the honor to Issuo norm;  years n50 ti work entitled: "Sixty  years .1 Queen." Tn the preparation  nt that book I had occasion to bo at  Windsor Cnslle. ��������� One 'In : authority  tlu.'i'H told um quite .casually that,  i-.tiii'l ing out from Ikt .f^mdon pnlacc  on tho d'i;,'''of the 18!'7 jitbllc.-, the  Owecn noticed that some of the palnci  V.tods  ������������������'���������ore   .croolitrt...   She   Htoppr,;:  From the union ot Victoria of "  land  with Albert of Saxc-Cobour  A PATHETIC INCIDENT  Ths Queen's Last Drive.     Her  Little  Grandson Sings to Keep Away the  real    i^rnnd  73,   and   lhe  tion  of  her  direct  heirs  to  the  HU  ll*   crown.       Among   her   srandsons  a,',-   grandsons  ln  law arc a rwiiiiB  e/.v hi f-mperor.  and a Erond  duke.  Fler oldest daughter    i*= empress 1tlo?.-  'iW ct Germany; nnd    her dwicsud-  ants  will   in   time  wear  lhe    ������������*"       fata|  Orousiness  of   Great   BriW.m.   Greece   art',   -ou ^^ ^^ ^ hcm s,CCBlcM  mania. , ,t   ,,e ,iaB iong had strauge fits  of Ens-   ������ ���������VHlnt.m ln the day time.   When  VK "liher  rnlnd   has  boen  clear  tho  Queen  1M0   have   sprung:   nine   children,   '������1 h's trle(1 valiantly to combat the feel-  cn-niVhildren   and   X5   fjre-at    Krruid--, Th(-.  oourL offlcialH    have also  children. TJeath has removal II ������-* | w,;,.ltfifl ],..rd to keep her. from sloep-  thesc���������twor sons   at-d     one   ilauBh'-t.,   .[if, 1)t Ulf, wronK time. ,.\.���������  or." irrariddaughter and twit grand- Th��������� ]aRt t|me 8ll0 drove outside the  von-- MarriaKfi brought h'-r- majcsiy ,,.01I,���������lK ���������r Osborne the vIllnRora ot  ;,;���������',' .���������ouuhters urn! s-o-ns in law.. j.v.f)t (im.(,��������� wero astounded to henr  Th-"** of lht- lnft������r Have dl"d, ^*llI/',,l,c cleat' trebleof tho son of tho  1' oi th" 1-1 Kratidsons in'.',! ������rftntl" j frfnrcss of Hnttenburg trlllint; out  xli-ifhloTK   in    law   r.nr'.-:vc.       ��������� ! popular songs from the royal carriage  ' V       -.'.  r,'..n',.������!cal Ti'f"-        !'   The  boy  wns Hiiisliig  In   obedience  Vict-Tias Goi^n.f^.c.u _    l[y)   Ujfl   (jlI(_01_._.  vrIt;ho������.  to vkecp  her  As   tho  Kcnealosiivtl   l������-c  and     t������e   frfjln f.lllInB aslcop.     Now and again  accomuanylnK   Key   to   it  show,     the A       _    wakening to tell  the boy  royal  house  has  spread   iti  br.w.hcs   ,��������� c0allllll0  hl8 chant.  which  to the  fur and wido Into foro'B'-.f*1..^,,."0' Initnled  onlooker  Is equipped with the; latest  ' faces ln type designs and all  work entrusted to The Herald  Is handled by exprleocer?  workmen wfaa -thoroughly, understand the proper use ot Uie  material at their disposal..  Tha Herald does not claim to  be the only printing house te  tfca district but It does daim  ' to be  Thoroughly Up-To-Date In  Etay PartiBUlar  contained a world  Hmpress Frederick  The  TYlncc  of Wales.  Princess   Alice,   Grand   Duchcse  TI G*y*/fi  TJiik'e Alfred of Saxc-Coburg-aotha.  T'riucesK ChrlsUan. ,���������������������������_  Vrlnccss    I^uisc.    Marchioness  Ivornc.  The. Oultc of Connaught.  ,Th'.*. Duke of Albany  Prlnwss    Bcntrlcc,  of Batti nbtirg.  And In a poaltlon ts give as  .good value for the money expended, either; for advertising  space in Us publication or  for lob printing, as can bo  given by any other house ot  the kind in Brltiah Columbia,  -Write for estimates and sam  ples   ot printing.    All   work.  ..turned out promptly and satisfactorily. One price to mSL  No Job con. be too largo or  too small for   The   Herald's  . consideration.    Special attso- .  tion given  to orders by mail.  -���������m  ���������mi  don-  Os-  Tnes-  ilny.v. The Duchess of Edinburgh or  Stixe-Coburg-Gothn, was her companion.  ���������Ou  her return  to;   tho  castle    the  Qucon was asleep.    In that condition  she was carried to her-bed never to  raise again.  1    Sho suffered acutely from her oyes,  j owing  to  her constant  crying.      Dr.  ��������� T-nfTimatcichcr made a general esam-  ! insitlon  iind ������������������'reported  the  Queen had  Princejs  lieniy   nothing organic wrong,  but was HUf-  f-rinf; from nervoun i-xba^si^O'i.  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  of  ol  PUBUCATIOK DAYS : Tuesdays wad Fridays.  i  )-' ^a-^^^j'^CT^.-K-^  5������aa������B6i^Bfia(nii  Ilk'.  wx  m  I  $  "���������uriPVirrW������ia<swm������uii.������i i ������������i>iiftiiiiitfi n'Wiin<ni-<ii r"n^in iniwirsifns^ ������n ��������� ,   Arrangements for  the Royal Funeral  Emperor William fo Remain in England  Until After the Interment.  A FATAL FIRE.  ,^y  ������������������*������������������<������������0������������������  Plan  -S������Es*PSiSEEr-  World.  Cowes, Jan. 25.���������So hampered have   _,..__,,_._   .....   ni-nmu  been  the arrangement*    In    Osborn.  SAL SBURY   WAY   RESIGN.  that thc body of Queen Victoria still  lies  In tho bedroom where she died.    The elaborate decorations    necessary  lu turning the dining room ln Os- Strained Personal Relations Between  borne  House into a chapelle ardento  occupied so much   time, although tho  royal  household    waited hour  hour  for  thu first private  was  found  ir. possible  to  yesterday.     All boing well, however,  Cho  solemn  function  will  tako place  this   mornint;   with   the:  Bishop    ot  Winchester Glaciating in the presaence  of King Edward,    Emperor    William  and  almost   every  other  member of  the  royal family.   : The    coffin    was  Two Men Killed in a Walkerville Fire.  An Awful  Sight - Many People Injured.  Windsor, Ont, Jan. IS.���������Two;  men  Willed,  t lad fatally injured, and sev-  eit.l   dangerously   injured -ia  the  result - of   a  fire   at    the    Walkerville  match   factory     last    evening.     The  dead  nen  a/e:      Wm.  Brindle,  formerly of Cardinal, Ontario, and Q. R.  S. Phelps.     At 5:16 yesterday after- ���������  noon smoke waa noticed Issuing; form i ...      ..    .v.    -.  the warehouse and shipping room of      Edgar Wallace writing to the Lon-  the factory.   The town volunteer flre  Q������n Daily Mail, from Port Elizabeth  brigade ahs.wered promptly, and at the Cape Colony, says-  end  of  halt an    hour the    fire was  thought to be extinguished.     An immense crr.-wo.ot citltens was attracted  A Political Sermon j  a   FtlLPIT  SLANDER-A SERMON  IN A DUTCH RE,  FARMED CHURCH IN SOUTH   AFRICA.--THE  LORD WOULD  SAVE THE   EOEhS IN  THE ELEVENTH HOUR.  THE MOLSONS BANK  INCORPORATED BY ACT OF P\I������.IAMia������T,   1856.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  after  service It  hold    this  Him and the New King.���������His Resignation Believed to be in King Edward's Hands. Lord Rosebety may  be Premier once more.  London, Jan. 26.���������One ol the first  i claim the attt���������_  new King is said here today will be  -   -    ���������*���������������">"���������������    to Lord  l.onuon, diw.  ���������>.    -_  matters to claini the attention of the  new King Is said here today will be  the selection ot a successor to Lord  Salisbury. His resignation is ballev-  to be already ln   King���������:��������� Edward's  * ���������   'tii   nnlltl.  ed  0rouBht"to"08bo'rne House last even-  bTinds." Those who *������J������* *e "jHS;  Ing  and. taken  through  the  Queens  Mi leaning ofthe n^w Kin* and me  private gate,  vlously used  "which has not boen pre-   Mmdehlp tor Lord Rosebery will not  since her death.      Em-   be  BUrprtsed If England eoon has a  pcror WHltaVwu the flretperaon to  f^f government with ^^  sec it. The coffined body will bo j_, M prcmlor.  transfered thiB morning to the dining 0_,j an,i weary and after the recent  room now hung with deep red pnr- gencn_. elections he wished to retire,  pie. The dias ia wreathed with the being purauaded to remain only  royal standard and on each sldo are through the personal appeal'of Queen  rcreat candles. Madonas by famous victoria that he should not desert her  painters hang from the draped walls. m a great crisis. Lord Salisbury lain one comer are magnificent wreaths [0nnCd Her Majesty if he remained  from all parts of the world crushing __e w.Bhcd to hold both the promler-  their blossoms against the other. g___p ttIiri the foreign secretaryship,  Amongst those the most beautiful are  from Emperor William and the Empress Augusta Victoria. Around the  coffin chairs are arranged Vtor': tho  royal mourners.  The funoral of the Queen has been  tlxed to take place rrt. Windsor Castle   _t������������������.^,   ��������� o   _  on Febrtw-v 2nd. The body of the mc-nte causes' widespread speculation,  late Queen will be. removed from Os- especially in court and political cir-  borne House on February 1st It Is (.iM. It Is believed Lord ' Sallsbu-y  Uie wish of the Queen that thc remained away owing to the strained  funeral should be military in charac- personal relations between- him and  tor. Sovpral officials arrived from' the present king.  Windsor this morning bringing the  stntc regalia. ��������� *���������  mense crowa -. ���������  to the scene.     Suddenly a terrific explosion   took- place/followed   almost  Instantly by a second    more-terrible  than the first;  ��������� A mass of bricks and  debris,  accompanied by   a sheet    of  flame shot in the air to tho.height of  200 teet. while walls were burst out  and bricks thrown in all directions.to  the distance ot 800 or 400 feet      It  was a most awful sight.     A number  of persons wore struck by missiles and  flying fragment, but the number could  not be ascertained last evening. .Many  persons with    blood    streaming from  their hands,-heads and faces ran hurriedly  to  their  homes, whilo    others  less fortunate wero cared for by kind  friends.      It  was   a scene    ot  great  bloodshed.     Nearly ali the doctors of  Windsor   were   summoned   and   soon  were busy  attending  to  tho  Injured.  Lying beside the    wrecked    building  with the back of hiB head smashed lu  waa   Wm.   Brindley,   captain   ot   the  chemical - department of the fire brigade.     On his way to the fire hall ho  breathed his last. ,-���������.. Deceased was 38  years' of    age and a general; favorite  in   Walkorvilln   and    Windsor.   :   He  to Mr. Chamberlain, but with all the  passion he could command he called  j-. for vengeance on the false consellors  tavo wu *.- church-to a church who had inflated   the persecution   ot  in a little dorp on the Port Elizabeth-' ������������e People of the land.     He prayed  Graaf Kernel    line, a white washed,  and thc congregation punctuated his  - ��������� -      - n .._i��������� prayers with deeps sighs and "amens"  ������&.SOO,000  a.ooOrt>oo  Paid up Capitol        -  R������st Fund        -  ������-ra^v.sasa gSB.IS3: "sa^sr-:  Jamb KW.k>t, Oenor������l Manasw.  I have boon to  square cut kirk, and ugly. ' and  I. a  Philistine  in  the Houseof  \ viliaee where a handful of khaki  ch0sen, sat and wondered why  this  ���������i=* nJmiamen   play >at guarding   a' fcrvor# this    undoubted    earnestness.  bridge? "nd^he stories   of Transvaal, had n'ot been dlreoted towards   Paul  In  ln  atrocities are believed as the Gospel.  ' What I heard there can be heard  in any. Dutch    Reformed church  South   Africa���������ih   Graaff   Retnet  ���������Ultenhage, InrSomeraet East, even, it  is whispered, in effect. In Cape Town.  The dream ot the United Afrikander nation is dying hard.  The Dutch colonists are only now  grasping' the significance of their  shadowy ideal, and' the vague, shapeless vision of a separated national  life has in the moment of the Treall-  zattou ot its hopelessness, assumed a  cerain tangibility.. -Nothing is more  potent to the most:, casual observer  than thc fact .that is is only during  the past two.or..-three'months that thc  leaders of the _"New National" movo-  *"*-' ������"      1-nr.r.     OAAl  ��������� A general banking business transacted.  rates.  Interest allowed at current'  J. D. MOLSON,  Makaokk,' Buvklstokx, B.C.  BttUIWtllUWHffl"M*^^  Kruger in tho days when a word from  the Dutch churches in: South Africa  would have prevented tho war,  Then came tho sermon. No particular verse of the Scriptures was  taken���������the test' was a psalm in the  whole. There was no "secondly"  and very little "lastly." Verse , by  verse the Psalmists song was taken  to '''Illustrate the depravity of the  British. Each injustice to Israel had  a parallel tt day. v Each passionate  appeal of David had application to  the case of Chamberlain's victims ln  tho north. It was the; fourteenth  psalm that he took as a subject. Tho  topi had said in his heart that tho  cause, of the. burghor. was a lost  cause; tho the Lord 'was not behind  that the accursed tyranny  has been, em ploy ed_ as shipping clerk  but there again the 8������v������rlgns  pleasure prevailed. She induced the  old -. statesman to relinquish ������������������  foreign portfolio, and retain tlie  leadership of the, government. Lord  Salisburys absence from Osborne  House  during  the   Queen's  last  mo-  a number of years. In the Twenty-  first Fusiliers ho held the position of  quarter-master sergeant Lieutenant  G-. R. S. Phillips, fireman, perished in  the ruins. - Atl0:30 o'clock his body  wan recovered from beneath a mass  of bricks. Phillips was ono ot the  Windsor boya who!served In' the South  African war. Fearless of danger at  all times he died at his post of dut.v.  He was extremely popular in Walkerville and among the officers of- the j hod  Twenty-first Fusiliers. Uise  ,cuu.-.o ��������� ���������    - ,        i.._- a������������������n  His people, ...��������� ���������   --   .  ment in the Cape Colony havo aeon q������ tho oppressor should prevail  the Impossibility of the'fulfillment or And  what     o������     theg0  oppressors?  their dream. .                             -���������  ��������� These people who tried to hide them*  At thc beginning of ,thc war a gon- sc_ve��������� from the rifles of the burgh-  <*ral rising    throughout    the    colony erS) by arraying their bodies In mud  would have put altogether a different co'0red   .cloth?     The    congreagatlon          .    .                                        -r-nnmlexlon   upon    matters,  but.  the murmured a sympathetic appreciation  ln'Parke.Davls & Co.'s laboratory fort ���������,",'    tents were    confident   of    the ot this sarcasm.   What ot those men?  "     "              '      mC������ss of the Republican forces, and, Truiy( the   Psalmist sald_���������they were  ^t the worst "of European  interven- corrupt; they had   done   'abominable  tion   and so.they played that-waiting things, there, was  not one  who had  came which so happily fits the back- done    good;    no,  veldt indolent.                   of the dishonorr  it-is'" that,  with  all the  im-  blackened   walls  of strong    men1   caught porous  ii^r-ir, ' T-,v7lTilt and    press   again tnat- awiui siorv���������tuai norroi.  nappmg.' Platform,-pu^p^t ana    p ^       ^            a���������thentlc  by  reason of  thunder.forthdenunciauono ^ delivery,  conqueror.   Now it is that every m i                               ^ ^  ^a  that  human   ^^  ^ ^  ta,    carrying to a white Englishman,  every effort that leaaers^anu^    ^ ^^ rc,fu.ai.on  In- every syllable,  }, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave,  not    ono.     What  Now,  potent rage  of   the   once : pros-  families?     What     of ?���������  RATE $1 oo PER DAY  KITCHENER'S SCHEME  RUMOUR OF THE C. P. R.  forth,  An Intercolonial Accident  terCStCmaliguantZeiic emulated.to fire  and the congregation held its breath,  blood .of  the.  unlearned  and  in-  i every-  He told the story,  so  that a man  He is trying to Surround De 'Hi'..- Ar,  Appeal from Steyn for Recruits. Da  Wet to be K������pt cut of Cape Colony.  The Boers-think him a Second Napoleon.  Cape Town. Jan. 25.���������Lord Kilcb-  (Hisr Is disposing of his great force  ���������semicircularly, his extreme left resting on the sea to circumvent tho  Boors. The columns- tnovo simultaneously and aro In touch with each  other.  The greatest danger of tho situation is tlie possibility of Do Wet's  appearance in Capo Colony and lt is  believed ihat ncno of the Dutch  would resist his personal call to  arms. They think the fame of Wellington and Xapolton pales in the  presence of his mi.ltary genius.  Among the number of captured letters Is one from Hertsog to Steyn  asking for 1000 unmarried young  men to enter Capo Colony and beat  np recruits.  SYMPATHETIC  GERMANS:  St is Reported that the C. P. R. is ne-  golUxir.g'to Secure Control of the  White Pass & Yukon Railway Company'.  Vancouver,   Jan.   25���������  Thero   i������   a  rumor     pers'.steutly     circulated       in  Vancouver   t-day     which,     however,  cannot be confirmed, to the effect that  the C. P. ft. are negotiating for   the  acquirement     and   : control    of     the  White   Pass   &  Yukon   railway   company.    The leport is plausible enough  r.s  the  recent  ceal -by  which the C.  ?. R. secured control of the C. P- N.  stock .also gave  them control of  the  situation as regards the establishine.u  r.f a steamship line between    British  Columbia   and   Skagway. . With   the  possession   of   the   Klondike   railway  the  C.  P.  R.   ecu d  get  a    very   bin  slice of  the Klondike trade.  Five Men  KilisM.  the Accident.  Special.  New Glasgow,  A Washout 'Caused  Nar.'uW  liccape of a  N. S.,    Jan.    26.���������A  the olood .of .������������������������������* ^Vtred, is seated in the next rowrto myBeK halt  tensify the already ��������������� ,^fa'the arose from his seat .arid like a man  ���������being, employed-to thc undoing ol ia������ trieg ^ ^^  .n & (lrcam-am,  Bnglish.   i- -     - -finds that he  can but whisper, inut  Curious-, to-see for J**������������������'*'**' tered: "Them is time yet*  manner of thing a political sernion go that ft ^ rQse fpom 1ler aoat_  is, I attended an evening service not, tlttering an(i whimpering, and was  far from here. ,   ,_ led out.  The "church,   grim  and  bleak, was      Amj  tj_e  sermon  went    on.      Tho             . ������aU fined.      There" was-no great dls-  i_0rd had    looked don upon the  Op-  uecial train on the Intercolonial rail-     .      o{ Coior  n0 attempt at anything "pressor, and hnd    visited  him    with  ,vay from ilalgrave, in charge of Con-' '.^mug   in   shape   of   dress.   Black  affliction���������with    disaster on  disaster,  tluctor llahoney ran into   a washout  wag ^ hue_ anci home made^severity  colenso.      Stormberg,    Magersfontein  :.bout  a  Quarter'of  a   mile   west  of   t___-cl,t.      The worshippers  sat bolt  had' come-like  a thunderbolt  nn  tho  West    Merlgomish    late    last   n.ght,   UDr_gi_t jn their uncomfortable-pews,  -woriri.      It was' the divine "warning  ihe  whole  train  except the  conduc-' a������a the i,00t-squeak of the late comer  to turn from the path   of oppression,  lors -van  went in.      Engineer W. R.'   ���������Q(j ti_e occasional sniff or apologetic  t0 open the eyes of a blind nation.  '..Vheaton,    Sackvtile,   and      Fireman^"      ^    were the    only  sounds    that      An(i  __ow had    tho    warninc  been  .lames Blackwood were   buried under  .     ke the Sjience.    There were elder-   taken?     ."���������"''  .heir  engine.      Wheaton when taken ' j    men _n    irreproachable broadcloth.      Had the'natron'  heeded-the voice?  out was quite dead, and    Blackwood   _vth   som7|re 'banded   hats.       There-js-0> it had proaouted    its unrighteous  tiied an hour later.     A teribie rain--wore y01_ng  men    greatly-daring   in   ,jesigns,   its  unholy  object.      It   had  storm caused the washout.     Another, j^^f,,!   SUits,   but  lacking  original-   gone   from   worse   to .worse:   It   had  special train passed over the spot In ,     cravats       Stout  Boer  women   become filthy,  cafety  only half an hour previously,  y-  broC3Cied' silk,'  a'nd   plump   Dutch      IIful  they no  knowledge,  these 'in-   o :        -, 1 Hrls with expressionless eyes.     They   iq,.itous people, who had brought war  GERMAN FRIENDSHIP p-Wp'in   keeping step  to the-mono-   aml desolation to thc country, who^c  Itnnous  clang  of  the  chitrdi  bell,  in. patb     had   been     marked    by   much  London, Jan. 2G.���������Tlio Chronicle in ' i"       singly  in parties, and in famil-   blood   and   burning?      Those   people.  oitor:al    nn    the  V"   ricoenizYn" with a'glance each of   w;10 are dead to all dictates of con-  The  "olumbia  House.  Good accommodation.    A   good iai  well supplied   with choice  liquors and cigars.  lue-  Free Bus Meets All TPftlai  Bpown   &  P������o1  ppoppietors  ?. 5URNS 8c CO:  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  THE  OATH  OF ALLEGIANCE  'trip  course   of   an   (.at recusuw-o  ...��������� -������- .....  threattniug   aspect    of   tne.   Kussian   ', '_    friends as were already seated.  SCjHncc, to all honr nntl  pity?      I>id  to thn report*;    Thg. Dell, stopped' and  a little har  itself.  London, Jan. 25.���������The house of  Lord sand the' house of com mons ��������� continued the swearing in of the members yesterday. The Duke of Marl  borough was among tho. first peers to  take the oath yesterday.  Hamburg. Jan. 25.���������A public collection  is  be^ng made here to  give Ve ,  Wet n me''al of honor and raisp funds  for   the Roer women  and  children.  President Bhaughnessy ot the C.P.  rallwuv denies that the smelter at  Trail has-been Bold. . ,  es, recognizi-s  Ln , their friends, as, _ were  policy in China refers    to thn report*.    r__.____e.toeH. stopped ai  that   Emperor   William   will   be   ap-   _I10__ium ' droningly   asserted  pointed  a n>M  maishai' oi'the Urit-'|And then. accompanied by, one of his  i^n nrrav. and sav. .- 'deacons, the predikant himself-ontor-  "We hope, thc report is correct. The  ed  and.''ascended   tho    pulpit,     .ine  German a.llacce   is   one   we   cannot  organ wailed itself. to sieep'.and ,tne  afford to throw rv~s.    Who can tnH - predikant adjusted his glasses  how soon we may need its prestige, if  . There was, spirit vand    llfn',in.,tno  not Its active eunoerailon '���������' Ihvmns.   many   of ' which   were- sung  -without as  much  as as'a  glance at  "BRITISH SUCCESSFUL '   tho  book,   for  thc  congregation  had   '      - I beguiled 'many  a long ,. evening    on  "Caoer������wn. .TaT ' ZR ���������A wn������ of ymQ\y. farms and isolated homnstead3  BoeV'- h~vo been 'ar.Ttiro.1 and Oen- aiagin'p them over, not so much from  eral. Methuen has cleared Grlqua'and .^y great reiie;ious zeal or nifty _as  and Kniama-n. Th mvaders live done -___.0I__ tltat desire to kill timn wmc-i  little' nnrw. in Ca.r������ '.Mior.v. Thev; _������ov<_s the. convict to master thocon-  ���������hiivo not heen ioined lw mo inhabli-, tents'of his prayer bopk.-  wltb  whom, thev  are daily, bo-j    ThPI_     .there, '-were   .'-les-snns.  ants.  ��������� a-'d  coming more unnoDUiar  | prayers, chapters frjjm thd Old Tosti  'ment of people in liondpi-e and t>piv  3" .loiK-pi-v    oravers   that  this    Troub'e  The Body of the. Queen Removed'to the  Mortuary  Affecting Scenes on the Closing of the Coffin.���������A  Fatal  Railway Accident.���������Another Fire in Montreal.���������A  Dreadful Fire at Walkerville.      '  the    remains  today  Tn MOVE THE-ADDRESS IN THE'delivery,   prayers .that  tnis     *ru"'"r  IO _MOVL,  f"^j^jj        . ' .which isjn the Land may pass   that  to be.  ���������"'- ' '���������      ' .' | the 'heart' of tlie Oppressor might he  "o"tt5wT-"Ja=n^2C^^nator-T-John-softenedf-that-tho_Vengeanee  of^the^  Ottawa,   ^'^ N   g-, wlll ^ve  Lord might descend -and^   smite.  they not realize at the eleventh hour  tlie Lord would save His peoplo?  Oh that the sa'vation of Itirael  would come out of Zion! Did his  brethren understand what that passage  meant?  Tho perdlkant paused and [pant  forward over tho pulpit, and. there  was a silence. Did they understand  that the people of the captivity looked to their own kindred for delivera-  Eion from their bondage?  Another pause, and the congretition  shifted uneasily in their scats. .  Thus abruptly tho sermon ended,  and tho people dispersed, some walking, some riding, some driving. Group  by group they scattered, parting with  limp shakes of-great horny hands-  tho elder men in gloomy, silence, the  younger- men with muttorings.'- of  threats and hints of startling things  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton. Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  eod   and Sale Stable of tbo Lardonn and Trout Lako  Tho^littlo  tha I passed oown towards  Ellis,' Of St;-John. N.  B., win. mo-ve   ^r"J���������*^.^^"1;^"be'TeUvered village that staggers from tho church  the address In the senate inc reply to. Destroyer,   that   J���������������fi   De   neiivereu e.           ���������_ f|_o      t  , vM-t    t th(,  tne aaaresa m im*                    ,   ^ __u   ^^ thp hRn<la of ltB .enemlPa  ,-,    ������o     t=i^   ������f   \iriEht. Jan. 26��������� mltted  to ^iew  Cowes.    Isle   of    ���������lfj^J?Z  aBd win be those whose names appear on  U,:45-,'U ?,;ir^ wldSm SSb toe The   Queen'e  visiting list,  office���������  of  solemnity such as ������������"?" "^l"ark_ ^^ anny an<i navy and a tew promin-  pawlng from d"jllshtta to tho darK tne ���������������������           o������    th0    ^   .Tho  nose  of  the  coffin,_ the__io^_ramuy ^^^  ^   TjLn������dow9c.   Becretarj'  o*  the speech from the throne,  probability Senator Lyman M. Jones-  will second 'the address. ' Both' are  old parliamentarians, and consequently well qualiaed for the work".'  that  8 uidle and   Pack  Horses  Always  f.ir Hire.    '  Fteightintt and  Tcamicg-a  Specialty.  Dailv Stage leaves .Thomson's" Landing every morning at      o clock  r���������TrontI*ke (Jitv.   For particulars write  tor Trout Lake <-..tv. ^^ & HILLMAN. Toomsos's Landing  TRAITORS  Capetown:  Tot*-<m   and  Ju.   fC.���������Asae.mbU-man  hia ��������� tson   have  beon   ������r  it one end of ' the naked veldt at thc  li^^st ^ i= r o?h,^0rVst^go^p  ft ty  namo  to ?ho  B^r republics:   bayonet glittered in    the    mconlight  fu   it,   name lntPrVen-  and the horses wero pulled    P sharp.  "Halt!      Who goes there':"  Back came the answer, ptotiipt and  -'rho simply asked  noes  oi   lu������  w���������-,   --_-   -  -   .      ,^  Marnula  of   Lansdow9c,   secreiarj'  on.  yoaterday took their tasttoj ������g^������*  Marque  J*^^      p,^ j^^^  ^������^^3a������! t^^otocbennr^l^lttstbl^  r^S'^K;"^  - pubTio    M   in  ^ ���������rialW ������ m^l^^Tl-ri.   t^-for'the ^������ chcyon.      If. dW  rrt  ^th lidihr tbo vice���������.    If is !a.-!not speak of Knglnnd; hP said Phill-  t^e^that'dvnamlt. wa, v found'in ! tin es and^ Amalek.tos  Mr. Tottcn a house.  ���������d   --Ith aidihr tho>ero. .it '?���������������:.--.'-'_.���������-'  "Ho"dld"~ not  clear, and glib-  1 refer dl-rectly-'t'oSlr Alfred Mllner nor      "Friends!"  PACIFIC  sihly=-furni*<hefl���������with-tlie-choicest=  the nmrlu'l. affords.     Be*.t   Wines  Liquois >;.i'd  (Jie-arp.     Large,  liRUt  hedi-oom.1. Bates    St    a    day.  Montb.lv rati'.  J. SW SI6. Pll.  ROBI5BT  SA.VifcON  Americia's Tribute  the Slates lo  ihe  arrangements  SSted honwhold eervants and inthe 'state.  STT-^li^S th%S?K  arlV^lly evolpg:  h-a to the coffin.    In    death  ,. .LL i_ m,<, oL-^il-ni; Hs.v3 moutn on Doara to iwy*t a.^..^"���������  Ko!^<ftBS^5 will remain on the boat until Friday  ,fe. not a trace ol w -������ night, February 1.  tho  for  the  funeral  Tho VremainB  or the Queen will be "taken to Ports-  first - time In Washington was soon  to alnk slowly half waydown the staff,  giving notice of the sad event.  The rapidity with which tlio news  spread was remarkable and within a  Hhort half hour the members of the  diplomatic', body hero began to appear attho British ombafsy bearing  nurds ot contlolcnco.  Mark of Respect  Another unusual mark of the high  appreciation of tho worth ot the deceased qtteon was tho action   taken  by  house  of  representatives  in   ad-  the  disease was visible.  The' servants having retired. Queen  Alexandria,  the .princesses  and    the  t  The  Grand    Duke    of   Baden  has  the  E*vea notice  of his intention   ot at-  Wth Iinger-  tendlng the tunewO.  -o-  children were recalled . . _  Stf^^Sfft^rSaSSS: another Montreal fire  the   foot  stood   tho  king,   never  At    w.w       moving, and -when tho mourning  ���������������������������rowd had passed there remained only  the roii i'Tid grpndson oi -the Quoea.  ���������.Hxnp.eror William wept even, more blt-  l*Tly than the royal ladlee. Finilly  heaUtoi retired aad tho king was- left  .������loh������.  Sir Jamos Reid. beckoning to the  servants with tlio coflva Hd, axked  th<s king's instructions. For a few  Koconds the kirn, stood speechlcse,  stricken with emotion at tho last  fiin-wM. then ih". said quickly  "Close  it  Anally;  The Third  Blaze in the City.-within a  Week.   A Loss of $350,000.  Montreal, Jan. 26.���������Early yesterday  morning a third fire within 'a week  broke out causing a loss of $3o_0,000.  The flremon had not yet been withdrawn from the sceno of Tuesday  ' night's j conflagration; when the alarm  -sounded aud * a few minutes " later  one of :the  The Greatest Tribute of'Respect ever   Paid by  a Foreign' Sovereign^The   President's  Message  King.���������The National Ensign ��������������� Half R/U-it.  A Washington despatch to tho Mia- ���������   President  to   KlnB  neapolls- Tribune saya: The   actual   despatch   cf   thc   rues-  Sow days of anxiety had, in a sag<_ fro____ tbc president to thc now  large measure prepared official Wash- King of England, and from Socre-  ington tor , the news .-which was tary.Hay to Ambassador Choato, waa  flashed ' across- the ' cable yesterday delayed only long enough to receive  afternoon of the death ot the Queen  the   physician's .statement .annoticlng  of Unsland... ��������� * ,' the   domiso  of   the. queen   and   then   So it happened that all things that  th0>. were.SCut forward at once and  procC38  of  the  mall  could decently be done in-anticipation' copiea werc furnished to tho press.      preBsions  of  l egret  of the sad end had been' disposed of       pre'ultlont   McKinley   "has   sent- the   scribed   by  and  all  was,  in    readiness    forjho  following  nicesago  of condolence    to       Whether  King. Edward VII:   '  Telegram   sent   from.  Jaa..'22.  1001.  '    "His  Majesty   tho   King,  FIRST  CLASS   SLEEPERS  ALL TRlNS.  ON  Wood Dealer  and Drayman  ZfravlMC and delivery work -  ty.     Tearn������ (Uwaya _read__; '  notle*  tyiniranf.   tor. Inr  readiness ; for the  execution of .tho formalities which  are indispensable lo such events.  While the cabinet-, was.' In ��������� session,  during" the noon hour.- the president  ad his adviaers were in receipt from  time to time of all tho.nowe. which  came from- Oabcrnc house,: ao when  tho end came'later, In-the afternoon  it found appropriate messages'.-of con  journlng as a matk of respect to her  memory. ,  Nothing  now   romalns  to  bo  dono  by   tho   United    States   government  save ,to  exchange  through  tho   slow  "   the   formal   ex-  which  aro  p're-  inte'maUonal   otiqucttc.  there   will   bo   comtnem-  thi'se  TGBX ST CARS TO  St. Paul - - DailJ  Montreal and Boston Fridays  TorontoSundays andTuesdays  REVELSTOK  IP  .t  Blacksip'  Plumb'  Tinst     "  Wf  ���������V  Vitti������g, '  Traiu's for -  M0TEMAY POINTS  leave RevelBtoke at 8  ���������        . orative  services,    similar    to  Washington,   hold  in Washington after tho  death  of the Empress of Austria and    the  ��������� T ,       , n.   .._        T    Osborne   Kl-ng ^ ltaly ^j,, depend ^ tho -in  House,  Lsle  of Wight:      I    received  8truction3   ^u^   ������rom   1>ondon.    Ii  with profound sorrow the lamentable  nny event Lord paUncefote and those  tidings of ine death of Her Majesty,  about  him   ar6  wlthdrawi  ������or  Bora& -���������&__.>.__> LinO:'TrainS   lea-  the  Queen.    Allow  me.  air   to offer  tlmc frorfl portlclpation In the social      y"U. ij,DG -;/        , i  my sincere sympathy and that of the  and officlal attain of tho capital. olsLoke: eas^)Our.d 8  In  -   ",        Waft-  Special'  toV<  dolencc framed and even orders ready Amerlam people iu your - pcruonal  for execuUon looking to the half- bereavement and In the loss Great  mastine of tho flags over the cxecu-  Brltaln bBB suffered In the death of  of  England's  forever  r.hwed  ope"������*d a������aln."  Thus  tho    remains  *^reat*"t  rder    were  from human View.  Oowce.   Is-o   o*  Wight.    Jan.   ->������.���������  The hody of Qneen. VlrtoriA wtu>  removed todav to the- mortuary  ohanel in th-vdlnlng room by .i party  of Wuo .1acket������ from-the royal yacht.  Tbo only  porsonB    wto  iri)l   N?  ad-  hui^.,. llamoe  broke out from    it raost not bo oultdlngs formerly "fj* J'"1* MSr I tlve - dlpartments    and  tho  carrying   ^"venerabl8 and' illustrious    sover-  Cold  Storage  company_on Wll- | ^ ^ ^ m^ fonBaUae9;,.   - Kj^v n^^^ ^^ ^ &^  beneficial  have    promoted    the peace  real  Ham street  Tho bulding was com-   on  ot the usual _  It la said that this haa been done  rarely, on the occasion of tbo funeral of some great world's -ruler, but  never before in the case of tho death  ct a monarch.  A REPORMHR REBUKED  German Child:     I don't believe In  of the old plant and surrounding  property saved. Twenty-five thousand boxes of-cheese and much butter  storrd In the building Is a total loess.  Tho building wns occupied by different companies.  WILLIAM- M'KINMSY.  The British   embassy  also' roccivod  ua   T.PTVO   aa   nt   full   WOrth   I  tho  the  emperors, Mama.  Gorman   jOlther   (ahockedl.  You little infidel!  Oh!  Vound 17.30.Ci  >"or all infer*  lets, etr. app1  The candidates in North Bruce aro  the"pr������i������������"M of'full worth and   ������������ *^/^^^������lS^rSe4  T. A. BnAOSMA-  Meat.  RC\  At-  .^.-west-1  eto  Vs))������ooy������T*  ^w*������ke  w. fr  fr  .  11.1 ... ������  .'. . .  . .'!  Jl 'A 'X 'i>.4"f"A"I"������"l"A''* .^"������..11. H  SHOULD SUFFER  .From   tliat   terrible   Heplcin.*: 'Cough,  wtitfii tlie> ohn ct;: a buiilo of  t Compound Syrup of White ������  *        Pine for 25c a bottle t  h *,     ,l n>  j. ,     , ���������' ��������� *���������  j. ���������' +  *���������  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  >>���������  ********* ****************  r  CANADA DRUG & BOOX CO  LZ REVELsTOKE  fr    fr  Night' Bell on Door.  Local and   Gen en.. I  News  aU  4hA/  ���������*,���������^v  TATLOB  &   <3-EOI^C3-E  HE  LEADIJSG   STORE  M^l/^i-  ^y^r tLa/  4LfL*L������  h  ���������B.iy.i* .suits .it t'ii.*.t. .M. L. L.iWMinp  J. J. Lant^tHlT," of the* Tri'iil Luke  Topic is in the city.  ��������� Birtfaiiis in slumped linens M.  K. I^iwsiuis.  Dm Rili'iiioti left, for the const on  T.n.*s.lay,s No. U.  I. A. K'lcoii .'ind Sirs. Edson left ful*  Nel.M.n mi .Moiidiiy.  The (.'"Id foniiiiissiotior isnway mi it  trip to tin* L.ttdfuti.  Ovi*r3tX)l<������>.-, of X������tlic L ot'c.'irc ikmv  at the L.iiidinn lur *.|ii|)ineiil.  Geo. T. Newman, inei-ch.iiit, Ai-n.u-  heiul, wns in tuwii yesierd.iy.  J. V. Arinttrnnrr retiiriii-il ' from n  visit lu the Sih'ei dtp veMi-i-diiy.  Mr. Voting, chief uiijjiiu'ei' of:l he s.  t.. Archer, wns in town yesterdiiy.  ���������Ulciring s.ile. All iiiili'iiiiined  shapes 50c. This week onlv. Shi*piii-il  4: liell.  John P.tliner of the 0. P. R work  chop*- returned this tiiOi-uitig from  K.-tinloops.  ���������Lo^x.' On Tiie.sdny. a. Post fountain |ii*n. Finder will please n;tuin to  this (.dice.  Meet ine of the Goods Itoads association oil Wefliii'sd.-iy next in the council chum her.  Theie are 200 tons of Silver dtp ore  :iL Lanilini; .i-vailing shipment in Hi.  Tr.\t! sinelter.  J. li. Smith h,is lieen in Kcw Denv. r  this vtvek SI.ick taking nl B.iurne  Bros, .-tore there.  T. G. Eaton and Asm Hillinuii of  FeigiiMiii, ami F. (J. Eili.it nf Truui  Lake .-ire in town.  Geo. S. .Mi-C.-it-ter went to Golden on  No. 2 this iif.ii-niiig and will leuirn liy  Nu. 1 tomorrow evening,  Mrs. II. A. Pet-ley, who has lieen  viry sick at G.ilg.u-y is belter and  Mr. Pei-ly is expected hack  here.  ���������All trimmed goods at cost this  week. ' Sheprird & Bell. The iM.idisnn  .Millinery Pui-lius, .McKenzie Ave.  The Winnipeg hockey team defeated  the M'jtilreal team again last night  and are llierefoie winners of the  .Slrttiley Cup.  ��������� Mr. Milton Kirk of Vancouver ni-  I'ived Here last week and will act, as  Dr. Burgess' assistant in his dental  prm-tice for a few weeks.  Sir.-- Charles Hililiet-t Tupper anil  Lady Tupper were on yesteiilav's No  2 en finite I'or the opening ol  parliament, at Ottawa on the fltli.  Rev. S. .1. Thompson returned from  E.idet-hy on Wednesday morniii},' and  ,% ill (���������(induct I he Usual services next  Sunday in the Methodist church.  Chas. Devore. formerly of Kamloops  (ttul well know ti on ihe" Main line is  now in cliHtxe of the li.irliei'shop next  to J. B. Gi'essiiii������ii's-tailoHi,<r establishment.  Tiie'horkey te:vm tue tryit.jr to make  Hi'i:aiigeinei,tsfoi-a visit lYnni the Nelson p:.iyer-and ;is<il)-.crip(i(.n list has  been op-me.l at the Revelsloke loi  that ohject.  W. H.   Giishinp. -ex-i'iuiynr   nf   Cal  gary, was   in   toi\n   yesteVdav.   on   a  business visit connected with   his  sash  and .loot'   factory.     -He   left   for   the  .south lhis morning.  The Hkkald reat-Pls to learn that  Mrs. Well-, wile or Hon. W. (). Wells-  died on Wednesday al P.illiser. Mr.  Wells was summoned from Victoria  but, i-HXL-lied P.tlliser too late lo see  his"wife alive.  ���������  'Mrs. Erickson. wife of Gus Erickson,  trainmaster and roailmasler   it   Cran  brook, and family came  np   from   the  south last night." Mrs. Erickson is   om   her way east .-ind   heivJittU'���������daunhtei'-  left tor school at Yale on the No.'2.  The public are cordially invited to a  TJnion Memorial service to tie held in  the Methodist church nn S.iturdnv  ������������������vening at 7 30 o'clock. The united  choirs of the Presi.ytei'ian and Mei ho-  (list chnrches will "lend the sinsing.  Khort addiesses will be made by Rev's  Cdldi'i* :ind Thompson.  Win. Mackenzie of Mackenzie <t  Mann, who is in Olta������ a. says that h>-  expec-ls t" commence work on the  Victoria. Vancntiver .t E.-istern in the  ��������� ���������nt'ly sprinir. Work u ill cnitiiii.'m >* it  both end-of then. ol. I lint is, on the  P-tciHc (.'i.ist-iini ,it the inleriiaiiotnil  bonndnry. The story ihat they had  sold Ihe charter im he Ureal Nortliet n.  Mr. Mackenzie says is pure fabric.-'.-  tion.  lion.  .Inn.es  Dunsmuir auu Hm  M. E.i. I'ts, pi> 111..-i- .'O'l   .itlol'liey-ftei-  ��������� i-.i oI Brill b Uiiluiiiliiii, have di-cule..  .ii re'tiiain in Ou.'Wa until the opeinnj;  of parii.imetit.  XV. Fleming has just finished n conn-net I'or putlttie: in 0���������0 tons of ice inlo  P. Burns As Go's nml storage wiiri'-  hoiise. Tim crop of ice on the river  hns not i.eeii heller for n good ninny  years. All*. Fleming cut nil he needed  near lhu ruilwny bridge.  NOTICE.  Kevelslok'*. Dec. 17. 1P00.  L.\ DIRS AND GENTI.KMAN:  Oil 1111(1 .li'lel' Dec. 22,1(1 I Im Ve  decided to entry on ti sti icily c. sit  b't-itiessiti contiectioii with laundry  work, .  My reasons tor so doing nre ns foi  lows:���������First���������Tin* iicconnts lieitiK  necessarily small nnd numerous. ���������'������'  c.n'lcss iiinoiinl- of expense is entailed  in book keeping nnd tin* loss in collections and the lime and attention n  ii.(_uires, robs the business of what  little pi olit there may be in it.  Our current expenses are cash am.  must, be paid when due.  The stand 1 have taken is one I li.iv  been forced inlo -mil hope .'ill will help  me out in lhe matter. Parcels can be  left at Cres-sinan's tailor shop.  Yutllb ti-ulv.  F. Bukeii  LA IE JAMES GILL & GO.  ROSSLAND  Win:er  Carnival  and Curling  Bonspeil  (c^^^^^^^^t^^rf^j^r^*^*-^*^*****  ���������rSlPr^DAY FEB. 12 to 16th  b������ve*������������*������*#4**������***tf^:������'4'������C'.*4<****<**<<4.  THE PROGRAMME INCLUDES  | Just a  I Spoonful  OF DR. MACKENZIE'S    '  ENGLISH  COUGH  BALSAM  will give instant relief,  and :i  hottie will usually cure two or  three hail colds.f  We know all about the in-  ������i"'dietits of this remedy; that's  the reason we iriiniviiitt'p ils  purity nml effectiveness.���������25c   ,  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  I  I Geo. F. Curtis,  ������   I'AYLOK III.OCK.      -      McKenzie Ave  x**+������M0PJr*+*9-J**������*������**9+&#-im+r������,  To the Ladies:  We hnve just opened up a large choice stock of "���������  DRY GOOi>.-, winch is the best iinrt           new  btock in the ''ity. v       ���������    The latest Styles and newest patterns that cnn  be puicluis.d. Call and see us. It is a pleasure  to't.'ln>w such excellent-gofds and it will be a  pleasuie t'orynu to buy  them.  TAYLOR & GEORGE  THE WIDE-AWAKE BUSINESSMEN   :   MACKENZIE AVE.  HATS  I $ HATS m  I HATS  igs Trimmed and Untrimmed  ?!!$ The bc������t assortment of Trimmed  K^ and Untrimmed   Hats In tho  _5������? City.   Call and inspect before  ������K purchiislne.  S Misses Shepard & Bell  Si    r.  -*--������--*--*-J���������|���������,M,J,.B,,ti,t,it,.l, tutiiliili I Jntiili-*- *di.ti-ti  i  We Repair   WATCHES  CLOCKS,  aud all kinds ot Jewellery  If the work li not sotiBfaotory wc  refund your mouey.  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  and stand by our guarantee.  We also pnrry a pood line of Watches  and Jewellery, whicli we dispose ol at  moderate prices.  KM. ALLUM/I  The Lending  .   Wutchiuaker and Jeweler.  *  +  t  fr  fr  *  fr  fr  fr *  ���������T"T"T"T"T''I'*f*f*i'^*t'*f'I''f*f'*l'^'|-*f*W^*������*f*I'l*  EIGHT CURLING CONTESTS  Under-the Auspices of the Kootenay  Curling Assoeiaiion.  HOOKEY TOURNAMENT  For Senior,   Junior  and   Ladies'   Cham  piou-oliips- of British Columbia.  SNOWSHOE RACES!   SKI RACES!  SKATING  RACES !  ].*or l'rnviiiciaj Championships and for  Men and Buys.  CUTTER. AND DOO RACES.  COASTING CONTESTS.  CARNIVAL MASQUERADE  x*&������9&f*P&������*+**JW*J*JM>**&!*^  $3,000 in trophies & prizes  *&������&9*H&)r*)^J&9+i^0&mi*m^***  Rates of a single fare for thc round trip 0:1  all railways.  For  further   particulars  see    posters   and  programmes or address.  *' H. VV, C  JACKSON,  3'cretary Carnival Committee, Rossland 11. 0.  R. H. TRUEMAN  Will personally vl������1t thc   Pcvelstoke Studio,  Smith Block,  Feb 4th to 16th  ������  PARISIAN  COLD CREAM  Prepared by Field & Bews  Is bo>ond doubt an execlent .  application for dry litis, cold  Horcs, chapped hands, etc.  SOFTENS AND REAUTIFIES  THE SKIN.  25c. a pot  FIELD & BEWS,  Druggists and i tationers,  Nlnlil Bell.  ��������� ���������        Brown,Block.  w  w>  w>  w>  w>  w>  w  Wi  A Dainty Timepiece  The lonir, delicate chain is the correct adjunct for a  Dainty Time Piece, anil is iiieul in so many other  ways you can't afford to be \\ ithotit one,  Wc offer special bargains In those fashionable chains  either with or without the watch.  GUY BARBER, Watchmaker and Jeweller  .- '. ���������" Mackenzie Avenue.  IriE'FKtO   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED;  '- On and after this clute our prices fcrCn't. Firewood wil    he as  follows:--  $1 00 Per Cord at Mill  ;$2,00 Per Cord Delivered  PRltES CUT FOR.CASH.  FREt) ROBINSON. ��������� .���������   ..-    ���������       .. Managing: Director.  R. H. TRUEMAN  & CO.  I.ari;e nnd Well Lighted  Sample 'Hoo'ius......  '.   .               Heated by Hot Air and filcc.tric  Bells and Light in every room  Free Bun Meet* All Trains  Keaxcnable Kates   ''*'.'  Hoijrly Street.c.  Betyv^i' Hotel a  .HOTEL  YIOTORTA^.  '  JOHN V. I'ERKS, Pbopkietoh.  Night Grill i<t.r)=i }n ('".njiectionfor the Convenience of Oucsts  and Station  s4������Ik������,' io(S  \^s o  Well Met  Hl������     HONOR.   TIIF.    LIEfTEVAS+.tSOr-  Elt.NOH illr������.<*t������ the publication or  the fnll.n  init  ITocliini'itloii  and Notices  received   frni  ihe   Iliiuorable   the  Secretary  of   Stale    fo:  Canada.  J. D.   P'lENTIOE,  I'm vino I al riccreiiiry.  Provincial Secretarv'*, Department. Januarj  ���������Mth, 1901.  [L. S]  MINTO  CANADA   '  A PROCLAMATION  a&  ALL  GOODS  AT A  Great  Reduction  K. LAWSON'5  Mackenzie Ave.  m  m  m  ^|at CLEARING SALE!  AT THE:  iCASH BAZAAR for ths next THIRTY DAYS!!  ���������***' 1 ��������� i.i - A  ������?  m  SEE OUR PRICES I COMPARE OUR GOODS 1  BEFORE INVEST1NQ ELSEWHERE  ffS.  M Tailor Made Suits  -���������Sd-*-  n  \'*M'.:  ���������f*Pi-J  &% S3S SUITS   fe S'-'i        ^ R1S        gg S12         '0 Tailor Made Skirts  i������6 Sl 50 TWEED- for   f<5������ Ho 50 ..  '      ���������   )f4. S7 50 BLACK           |������ Blouses  $$, S223 and S3-ASSORTED.  ^ 9130 VELVET   ������8 Corsets-  5S Sl'OO LlNE'tor   xi^J ���������* _.  ..520  . S15  ..Sl.l  .S9'  .$3 50  . S4 50  . S<i 50  ..SI 75  ..S3 50  .������0c  SK,  %  <yt  n  rm  m  m  m  ..$8 .V������ ^  Children's Coats  and Ulsiers  SI0.VI ULSTERS   S S 75           $ 0 50    S 3 00    $ 1 50    Kid Gloves  SI 50 LINE  for     ....  SKM             ragg  Dress Goods W,  TWENTY-KIVE PER CENT, fji  DISCOUNT ON ALI. LINES jgj  Jjiidii-b' Coats ill Miiniifac'tururs' i������i  I'rU-e*. M  .$������75l  ..SS5 00 -���������__*,  .S:i50 ^  P  rStf.  .si 00 lv,  A. B. PHILP   &   CO.  C'V/  EDWVRI) VII,  by thc Grace nf G"d,   ol   the  United KiiiKdom "f (Ircat Br trtiu and Ire.  .land, KiiiK, Defender of Ihe Faith, Ax., &r..  Ac,  To all to whom  these presents ������ha!l  come o*  uh.������in tue ������ame may In anywise concern ���������  GKEETINll:���������  DAVID MILU.  Attorney-General, Canada.  WHEREAS.' Saturday, the 'eend day of  February has been fixed for the ob������cqiiics of  Her late Maie-ty. Our Koj-al Mother of blei.*>ed  and glorious memory:  AND WHEREAS, well !:nowl:ip that Our  deep grief i-**5hared-bv-Our_lovinKx-s..blecu^in  Canada, We arc dclro'iii to afford in������*m an  opportunity of testifying their sorrow and  Rympathr wirh Us In the grievous adllction  which hafi fallen IJn and tnexn:  NOV.-, HEP.ES-or.E, We have thoiicbt fit,  bv nnd with the advice of Our Privy Council  for Canada, to appoii'i and ret apart, and Wc  do herebj-appoint and set apart, Saturday, thc  <*econd d.'.v of Fehrnary next, as n day of gen-  cr.tl mourning, to be oWrvcd by all r������rson������  throughout Our Iiominion of Canada.  I!������ T'-^TIMoNV WHEREOF. We have  have caused these Our Letters to be  m.-ido jiatcnt. and the (treat ^c.,*! of  f'anada to be hereunto affixed:���������  WM'SL'ch: Our Klxht, Tru*t> and  Right ".Vcil-belnTcd Coimln, thc  Kt^l.i Honourable ?1IX o;^Br:i;f  JOHN ELLIOTT, harl ni Mliilu and  VNeount Melgnnd, of Melguii.t.  (Jonilly ,.f Forfar. 111 the I'eerai e of  the United Kingdom; Bnron Minto,  of Mi 1110, County of Roxburgh. In  the EVoraue uf Great Britain; Baronet of Nova fcotla; Knight Grand  Crui-s of Onr Mont IiiAtfiigiil..h.*d  Order of Jalnt Michael nud i-alnt  Georue. ,tc. Ac, Governor-General  of Canada.  At 0'ir Government Ilouce. In Our City  Ottawa, tht*. tuent.-Hixth day 01  January, in the \ear of Our Mint  one ili.iiniand nine hundred and  one, and In the first year of Our  Kclgn.    .  By Command.  li. W. SCOTT,  . Secretary oi Stat������.  HERALD'S COLLEGE,  24th January, 1901.  Thc Earl Marshal'* order for a general  monrnlitg for Her Late Majciy Queen Victoria  In pnriiinnrcof an Order of Ill.i Mn]e<.ty in  OMiii.-U, dated the "ilth day of January, 1901.  The-o nre to give public notice that It Is expected that all pcrioiiH ,pon thr present  occasion of the death of jfer late Majcity, of  bicxicd and glorioiiH memory, do put tncm-  ������**lvei Into decpe-tt mourning, thc said mourning to begin upon- he 'iflth inntant.  NOPFOLK,  Earl Marshal.  GOVERN'MI'-NT HOUSE,  2.1th January, 1901.  rur������nant to the above Order, mourning will  commence throughout the Dominion 011 Monday next, tlie2ith Instant.  By Command nf His Excellency,  HARRY G'AIIA.ME,  Captain, A. !>.<;.,  Acting Governor-General's Secy.  .  The Carnes Creek Consolidated  Gold Mines Limited.  KOTTOK IS HKKKBY GIVEN that thc  Annual (.cneral Meeting of flh.ircholdcrs of  the above named Company will be held at. tho  Company's office at Kevelstoke. Hrltlsh Columbia on lh������ 1'2th day of March,! HiOl, at two  o'clock In thc afternoon, for tne purpose of  electing ofllcers for the ensuing yesr and lor  all other purposes relating to the management  of the Company.  The Transfer itook of thc Company will be  closed during the fourteen days Immediately  preceding thc meeting,  ' I.T. UKEWBTER,  Feb. l.wtd. Secretary.  _. When, vou come to ftee ns,  its ii ciisu . pi'. , well met."- for  ..oth, buc.tusc wo enjoy making line cloth?!-*, you . er.joy  wi'iiring tlieni and know 'lhut  we know how to produce what  you like. Our new. goods in  glorious ,-tutf. and we have  uinde some s.ui.ning su.tt���������  W'lim "lie**, in the best nenm.'  ol the wo id  See Our $18 and $20   Suits  to  Clear out Fall Goods.  J   B. CRESSMAN  MACKENZIE Av'ENUE.  BEVELSTOKl]  SMELTER  TOWNSITE  R. H. Mayne,  SOLE AGENT  I From 5th Jan to the 25th  | Jan., 190L a reduction will be  offered on all lots in Smelter  [Townsite prior to the closing1  | of annual books on 1st Feb.  I fntending  purchnse'8 hhould   take nd\nntnge  of i  ���������  this ofier before ihe new   pric?- lists  for   1901-2 are  1  in force.  K. H. MAYNE,  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  THE COMMERCIAL  CENTRE OF THE    .  LARDEAU  MINING  COUNTRY..  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots. $T5 and $100  SOLB  AGENT  REVELSTOKE  B. C.  KEEWATIN  FLOURS   ��������� For Sale  A c-iirloiid just opunecl up ut  A. N. SMITH'S  BAKGK AND    .  CONFECTIONER.  Bread .- Delivered'-. Daily  A GOOD  NAME....  Is bfittor than riches-.'   .....  Wc have the name of making  thu onl> stylish Suii.M hi lown  ���������for (liirtthility and quality  they nisi* uxcl'1.  o       .- TRY ONE  RS. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  P.i'rt Hose neuree meets sernml nnd fourth  Fi'iiluvs of uiich lunntli; Wliltu- Itoso Hyfire*  niceiB lirst Frliluy of eneli montll-.ln Oddfollowa'  Hull.   Visiiinn brolliren weli-oino. ',  wm. wa.'^on. '        liv. EinvAims,'  J'rcildcnt. , Heerutury. ���������  1.0.1^'.  ���������'���������b^..  Court   Mt. .Begbie  I. O. F., Ho. 3461.  Meet" In   the. OilUfel-  lows'Hull.on tho**C(*c������r>'l  nnd fnurili' Mondnvit of.  ench inmitli.- VIhHIui;  brcllirun Invited to ill  tend. '        "    %  Home Grown  Vegetables  Iii(-lii(lin<r���������  OABriAGK.  TURNIPS.  POi'ATOES.  CJARKO'i'S.  All orders left wilh VV. A. N**llle, or  ii(l(li'('.*..S(j(l t.o the iiiiileibigiii'il will  receive |iroiiipt nllcriLion..  Terms Cash.  ^ ..Aug.usLtohnsoii,---,.  J. E. niNORR,          K. J). .1. C. JOHNSTON,"  '-'-'     Olilof RmiKiir. Hiie.-'ec.  ^?kS?3jv,.' Gold Kap^-e Lodge .K. of-P.,  !������|||||,    No. 25, Revelstoke, B.C.  >t?j������st.',('7- Meets ev'civ "Wi'dncwluy ir������  ,',Oil(ll'i'll(iws' Hiill .'iLSn'cfook  .'Vi.-ilinfl- Kni^lilh invitikl.'  E. (i BumtlDOK. f!. C.     :    :.:.:':    :  :    -. F  XV. Mackixhot. 7*1. ijp'lt. &'��������� S.  uOYAJL. OKA'WGE. LOBGH7 'No.'**x'6s8:  JJ* " -loisulnr in...;(lii|,'s nn> held "in"' iho "'������������������  rfH  .  (.hldiclluw's Million  the Tliirdil'rl-*  ^ X&<*.   ilny ������: eneli iiKinili, nt S p.m. hliar*..  Visitiiii-' hri'Llirvn (.(iriliallv invited.  THOS. KTIiKD, ������M.   .  W.������   RIltMiV   Iti-c.-Sen.-' -  Kevelstoke station.  H.G. PARSON  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  J/S.   I   WOODROW  T^UTOHER  Hi'liiil Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  All order* promptly filled.  ������nTOn������ru- RBYBKffOKB. B.������.  **************************  * *  I The Election is Over jl  Bull am still   ut   the  name  old stand with a full line ol  Cigars, Tobacco,  *  t  Stationery, etc.  .: J. W.Bennett |  (Successor to C.J. Aman.)  ******* I*******************  A.-H. HOLDICH '  -.v:  "ANALYTICAL CHEMIST"-''   '  -,   AND ASSAYER>'.  ,.'...  Itoynl Selionl of Mine.i, London!- .'Se.von. Tcnr*������  lit   Mnrfa   Works,   Su'iuisca.     17;TCftr������  <;hlnf  Chemist  to Wlgnn Coal  and  Iron-Go.,  Enc.  I.nte 1 hemlst and AsMiyer, Hall Milieu, Ltd.  Claims examined unu reported Upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  H. EDWARDS'.  taxidermist:  DEKtt HEADS, BIKDS, Etc. jrOUN'TED,  Furs Cleaned nud Kcpalrcd.  IxrVBItlNU'S 61.1) STAND'    :     Feeond Street  iilVK YOlt'TKETH ATTENTION-    f"'"\  When ihey Ilrst need it, before ther  Klve you pain, thereby avoiding ncod-  less sufferlni: ami nsssurinu more satln-  faciory and periiiiinenl work, and at Icsh  |.oi.t, than if left until tlio latter utiixea  of deeny. .  Dr., Burgess,  Dentist,  :    :   :    :    Tavlor lllock.  KDWARD "A. HAGGEN,  Mining Engineeij,    (   .  Member .\merlcan Iiibtilutc Mining EnKlDCcrtJ  Member Ciiiiiidlan Mining Inntltute.   '  KEVELSTOKE. B.C.'"'."  Examination of nud reports on Mineral properties a specialty.  *&>mWf������*4f4l*^4t*4f&xrito4ritf4Mf**  $        PATRONIZE Jp  I HOME INDUSTRY .!  AND SMOKE^pJ  OurSpeqial  and Union     *  Cig^ars  - UNION LABOR  $  REVELSTOKE CIGAR M'F'G. ���������������  I COMPANY,   ' %  lievelstoke Station. '     ��������� \.  y ..--.- ) 1  4T*������������*������M*4*4(<VU%tfc������������������WCVV*������*4V>������<V������'  -    FIRST CLASS  STOVE COAL  ; ���������      - ���������    SEASONED  FIR  CORDWOOD  Call  on   JAS, C. HUTCHISON and  get prices.       ' 5 ! J  Agent Imperial Oil Co. Limited.  Heavy Draying a Specialty,  l


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