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 4V  ���������j , -1 s^ . ,    ��������� .,   ... J /iy.     .        ij  I*'-   1.     {,   '. I    *   l.,'<   '������������������ ������ ^< * v.'',* / * ��������� J-'  ,yi  n  Vol.  IV.    No.  9S  -ISSTJED   TWICE-A-WEBK - TUESDAYS   J^X<TXD   X^X^XXDJUlTZ  REVELSTOKE,   B.C..   SATURDAY.    DECEMBER   8,   1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  ������)������<sX&������XsXi)������������S������<^^  Another   big   stock    of   tho  celebrated  just arriving  Easy  ���������B-T&  THE RESULT.  Revelstoki" Conservatives have no  reason lo 111* llsll.lined of the result of  ThiU'sdiiy's {lolling as i'nr us. they are  concerned. Both in llu* town and in  the ruling for which we :iro more or  loss responsible Mr. McKane has  rec-jived fair majorities mirl our confidence iu his prospects us far us we  could guarantee him has been fully  just Hied. Kuniloops. Pert Steele ami  Trail are Unci* oilier points wilh  wlliell Rcvelstnki* Conservatives ran  shake hands over lhe r.-Milt..  Of- couise Mr. Mi.'Kiiik* labored  under considerable disadvantage in  entering llie Held so late nml lhe party  fought williiiul funds ami with nil  llie odds wlliell u. light against tin*  candidate of a successful parly  entailed. IK* nut up a good, clean,  spirited fight and Iris won heaps of  friends at. every point \\ hirh in the  short space of I inie al his disposal be  wns able to visiL. Couid hu lvive  become pei'Minally known at moie  pi ii res in'the disli-ict the iv.������ult might  have lit'un ililTerent.   ���������  .App-iieiilly ivt iho lime nf writing  Galliher is in by a small majority of  77 over Foley. The Hehai.1} must say  that il was not, particularly impressed  wilh Mi*. Galliher iiml as far ,is one  can judge from such a, slight acquaintance we should say lie falls behind  onr lull* represent,-!! ive Mr. Bostock in  several ptiiiil.-, .".ml excels Iii it i iu none.  The chances are that Yale-Cariboo  will have lo be content lo lake a buck  seat again and walch lhe procession  for another four years.  J������*W!****^>������**S^������*������������>***ff'**'>������**i      M************************-******^^  I  4'  1  AT DEPA  YALE-CARIBQO ELECTION      GOMES HOME WITH MILLIONS  4������������S������������iXs)������5Xs>S^^  Sr1  I The other day we heard of an underwear  I manufacturer who had a large assortment of  I Men's Underwear he wanted to clear out in a  * lunip. They comprised his overmakes for the  | season and included what had been picked out  I from his best makes. We had the first chance  to buy them and took all he had (some five Jiun-  dred pieces), at a substantial discount. On Wednesday morning we place the entire assortment  on sale  at  ONE DOLLAR A GARMENT  try  ��������� A Shoe^hen-beiDg tried   j  " se������ms:Jo. fit. and!; look*��������� - j  well���������but does it last ?    f  We sell sho?s that-tiro, ni-.de  bv a m: rini'-ictiiicr wim use**:  Uie best material and sot-s that  it is made light.- Tlie p-sult  .s cn.-'V. hervicoiiblf, slvlisli  slioee.  Nothing can  toueli   ���������  ilater  FOR ALL  ��������� REORGANIZATION. -  Now that the fortunes of llie last  campaign have ciiuipiilleil the Conser-  v.-ilive party to look I'or flesh leaders  and fresh blood, il * is obvious I hat a  complete reniiranizHtiiin of ihe party  must, take pi,ice bs-fore it can face the  fill ure a-- a. p-irlv. We niti-,1 taken  leaf out of llie Liberal bonk. Onr  friends, tlie eie-my, d-ile I heir Hi'-.I  step to power from lhe Oiiuua conT  vention au.l pi.ilfiuiii nf '03. We must  have a ton veil I inn and a new plat toi in  We c.ininil hipe io succeed simply >������������������-'  picking In.Ies in the Liberal tnililiiil ct  alV.iii- ur by dwelling on the Oon-ei-  vative acbieveinenls nf lhe past. We  inii-,1 have a definite, coiist ructive. up  lo'dale programme of our own. And  lhe chief plank in tlint plalfoi'in niii-t  lie ( htj-^oOcrnmejil o>.\'iii>rsltip of' ra"^-  wa\.*-. telegraphs, telephones., mid all  other t'.icililicanf t ht-same kindT We  liaveMu rfiir ranks men'like Made.in nf  Tim unto ami N. (".irl.t* Wallace of  Wesl York,       wlm        are     ah-e.i.ly  del laced adherents ot Ibis p.iliry.  I'.'r.tx ke Wallace .id vin-.-ile.l il In^elln-r  with Dr. Spuule aiul U.illnii iMi-  l-iitliy I'oiii'l.-eii year-,il;i'. Mr. Mclean  is iiiii-lnuiSy liming it in bis paper,  llie TimoiiIo Win Id. Tlie Toi unto  Ti'!egian> is.'inn; her pimeiToi Conservative adv-ocate of govi-rimietit  ownership. Uhe West i- lor it,' Hugh  .John Macdtiii.ild deilared for it in the  last Manitoba elect inn. It. is a 'plan'.,  in lhe platform ot the 15rilish (jnluiiihia  OiMisei-vnlives lis proii'iulft.'iteil al New  Westminster iu loJIS. -The Conservatives -iiiii-I "adop't it at once as a pai I y  mid Ibi'giti to,press I'or its adoption.  There is no .time lo Ipse. Next yea?  will'pi'iili.ihly "see 'the' last' sjreat pass  tlu'iiu^li the -tlo'-'kies "left lit lor railroad 'const met ion.'f t lieW't*How Head  piss.; in .;tiie:, e,rasp of-- .a lii|i:ld}|  mihsid izeil syriil icate headeil~T~ ixy  MiicKenzie ���������& Mann. Orinadii wilj  build the new transcontinental road  as usual unci as usual the capitalist!)  will own it. Il is time Canada quit  plnyiiiK this foolish game of "hi'ii-ls  ynu win. mils I loan" and-it is time for  the Conservative party to declare  once and for all that they will no  longer be it party to this robbery nf  the nation, fneetimisly called honusiiu;.  in any shape or forin ��������� and that in  future theirpolicy is that what Canada  pays for lhe Dominion will own.  412-3   Dozen   Men's   Fleeced   Lined Underwear, Ribbed Cuffs'-and Ankles, overlooked  seam-;. Pearl Bullous.     Most of  tliis  co!le"tioii   is made up of Undershirts in sizes up to  12     The goods   were   made-to  sell   ut  81.50   a  garment. ' -FOR   SATURDAY-"OUR  .. PRICE WILL BE ONE DOLLAR '.' '.*, ..        '  ������ ��������� ^4-'>*-I-:.**^--^���������^*.l���������-^-^���������^^.'^*���������l���������-^*^'^���������I.���������^'i���������S"^'i���������-^���������l���������'^���������^���������I-���������;*���������^-r  I'     vPriestlyy Goods are -Guaranteed'1 Qualities: ���������"  is* Vv*hijn von see the Prie.-tl) nmne ^stamped on. the .-elvedge of" cloth you have then guar-  g iintoe'for the qiiiilily and dye ol" the clotii." We have provedI the' excel-out qualities and  S superior merits of the Priestly gooils and can reconuiieiirl lliem to you That means we  S i*fI'uud \oiir tn nevjf they do- n*it. give satifla-'tiiin'. Lf.you want to*see a complete and  ���������% up to dute iissortinent ol  those woithy labrics you can do so only at this store.  Protect  your Feet  And thus protect  your health  We have tha nicest lines in  Rubber goods ever shown by  us. All the Latest styles and  shapes. Every pair guaran-  :ecd,  i**t+,i.***'l**********j*********  C.B.Hume&Co,  The Rubber Stamp.  If a business man thinks fit to daub  his iioleheads and envelopes with a'  rubber stump and thus lead outsiders  lo Ihi ilk there is no printer in his  town, lie ought to he suit i-cl. Such a  umn when he comes to diu. ou^ht to  have his obituary und the usual  lusoluliotis of his lodge printed with u  rubber stamp ou A hoard fence: And  when he h.is a buhy at his (house or a,  partjvor a, son or a daughter gels  married, or lie'gets married himself, a  hill account of the important event  might he printed with a rubber stamp  on a sheet of wrapping paper and  tucked on his front door. And when  be is ii candidate for office be might  stamp himself a label to the effect that  he wants io be a councillor or p.itli-  niAster as the case iniiy be. and pin  thut on the bosom of his punts. And  v, lien the opposition jumps on to him  hi* uiight stamp another label saying  "llu a blamed lie and pin lhat on too  Come to think of it, there is no end  ol uses a rubber stamp might be put  tn in tlu* hands of un eiiterprihing and  rionpniiea! man.���������Ex.  tA  atiirday Gainful Buying Opportunities.'  Sauiitlay lYtust .'-.ct,' the pa-'C for the   balance   of the month wilh quick   lively' sales.  - have - i-ouiited 'tht: ] o'ost   and' are   prepared -to ."'win   your   assistance with "gainful 1  We  buying  chances .-tti'h as'ili'i'T-e���������"���������- .   ���������        .*    -_    . "      - "   10 Lailiu.**.' Tailor Mnrh* -hiits mad-i of all wool homespun in light and dark-greys  a.nd  lilue mixtures, lhe Jacket tiy Iron t, .sat'.-en -lined, the Skirt, is lined withpercalini and  hound with v* I vet-j.-n���������Our regular pi ice ������IG 00���������Saturday S$12.50. ���������  Ladies' Flannelette Wrappers  In its-orie'*'colours, deep flouiiees���������the waist is liivd       Tliey are made-, from material the  same ar> we.use-l iii nuikiug n-M- $"J.'2o and $2.00 wrappers.       Wed  esday to sell at SI 65.-  'Ready-to wear ���������  .Worthy -to' wear-  Stylish to wear  ���������Women's Top Goats  and  Dress Skirts.  We make a specially inviting.price on these fevv.coats���������there are so few of them. The  style is lirst class.' Tiie quality splendidcarid- the weight as heavy as most people wear  all winter, l-io^r .. '      '  \      ".' ... -;    ���������   .. ���������.'; ,   ..."    ';1|.    ^ ���������        , .;_,  ' .;" 10 W.o.m.eri!K Xrapor.ted Beaver- Jackets  cut-.with short front: double breasted, new  coat sleeve'.-->'(,'olours���������Ulack aiul,lilue Black.     Extra good value; , Wednesday at$i.'  "   - "   12 \V6men'.*- TJiilnx-d Dres-j Skirts.cut- double,-inverted pleat back,, .Colours.-Navy  7Blue^grfpdovaj.ueT'at-S|>3".^  El President Cigars.  ���������Aie Kood cigars, tho kind that  makes a mini risk burning his litis to  Ket the'last whifT. If you'uie not one  of our up-to-date customers who con-  liilmto to the enormous sale of the.-a-  i-i������iirs, anil you do not know how  pnutl I hey me" tiy one ami be coii-  vincild. "li"(ir sale at Ih-ownV tobbacco  .iloie.  .   i>.���������,,..,.���������*t,,   v..'.     'rt- *-;,-. -��������������� 1    <-.--(.*  BARGAINS  $4.75 BLANKETS AT $3.75  Grey; Cotton for Less than Mill Price  It .means a good deal- when we t-ay ' that these are the-most-Superlative Bargains ever  oifered in our staple department but that is the exact truth. ��������������������������� Housekeepers will be'enthusiastic over such tempting prices. - The Blankets are of very fine quality with a half  dollar more taken off what was already a low price, while the grey cotton is to be sold at  quite a little less thiin mill price.  .These are most important items.  10 pairs only of extra superior Grey Blankets, soft, lofty finish, large bi/.es,'regular-price 4 50, Wednepday special 3 75  2 bales 36-inch Heavy  Unbleached  Cotton   entirely free from sizing, round, even  .thread, good heavy  weight,  mill  price to-day   8i, on     Saturday we will sell 13 yards'  for$l. ���������---���������-. . .,      ,.  Mr.  Galliher Leads by a Small Majority���������Returns Incompleted  The following i.*- the total tesult of  Thursday's polling as near as tan be  ascertained at- present: tlallihei' 2,7u'S,  Foley 2.5S0. McKane 2.US.  The result of lh.": various polling  places in ItevelMoke riding gave  McKane a fair inajoiiry as follow-:  MeK.ine. Galliher. l"c'i*i.  Revi'Nlnke   Arrowhead   Nakusp   Comaplix   Trout Luke   Tlioin*-ou'h Landing  Glacier   Illecillewaet       11  Albert Cumin..  Fei'Kiison   Halcyon       0 2 2  Ceinu a total of McK.uu- 201. Galliher 2Ui and Foley 170, with Bui ton  an,il Fire Valley to hear from. The  tolal voto polled both in town, oT/x, (2  spoiled ballots) anil in tht- dist fie t wa-,  a good deal smaller than that east last  .lune in the provincial election and the  same remark applies to the whole  constituency of Yale-Cuibno.  Tbe results at some of the* principil  points .were a*- follows, giving Me  Kane's vote first. Galliher setonil.  Foley third:  -*2  110  XO  SO  10  11  17  23  11  i:j  il  1  11  in  11  i  10  ��������� 1  It?  8  s  11  S  1  2  ���������1  1  S  17  IT}  Tete Jaune Mica Mines,  John F. Smith of Kamloops' writing  to the Vancouver, World says:  I have much satisfaction in being  able to thronicle the satisfactory ie.*.ult  of my persistent efforts to hi ing to  the front-those- valuable deposits of  white mica, known to exist in the  Tele Jamie Cache section of thi-,  piovince. The eastern parties with  whom I have been associated for sonn*  time past, in the development of tnese  deposits, have signified their intention  to purchase the property which they  held under . bond hy making lheir  second payment (hereon in the sum  of $6,000. I feel much gratified with  the result, especially iu view of the  great distance, which separates the  mines from rail communication, and  the shortness of the season in .tonse-  quenee of the spring freshets! I have,  ���������however, now^not the slightest doubt  bnt that the property will he winked,  and'that advantageously to ' the s it-  isfactiori-iif-aircoiieei'iiedT^Tlit working  of these deposits will he the 'ine.uis of  opening up another source of our  mineral wealth, the proportion of  which is difficult at 'this date to  fairly measure. -(My - investigations  have revealed an inexhaustible supply.  The only-thing lacking is transportation facilities, which in the couise of  I mi* will surely be extended lo that  s.-i i i in as it is "undoubtedly a comitiy  with unlimited resources.  MEN'S OVERCOATS.  Short Box Back and Three Quarter Length are the.correct styles,   .  Our clothing supremacy will be demonstrated once more on Saturday when, we begin  a week's business with this popular, stvlish and most desirable top' coat i'or TWELVE-  DOLLARS.  la Men's Overcoats all   new, stylish goods, made up ih short box back, also three-quarter  length, with full back line Italian linings, regular- sizes, special, Saturday, 12.00/  General Merchants      .,. Reyelstoke, B.O.  ���������������^.*ajsjso������������.p..w,'i>.^^.>^>r>/.^-5.^-.r.--,*���������������* y>������.������S>^.5>?-r.j!>? r-if.tr- x-,>Zf>'-.t'.i.r*yy.JG.*>-������i>r. ryy+:5rirt!~-r'*'*'irit>J'Sl',i>jfK'- Y*Z,'*JTJrs't*'4r*&       52  40  21  0  ���������15  Movie   ....    ,8  0  101  Greenwood   ....   53  12:1  111  Kamloops   .... 215  13S  .->:���������  Fcrni:*   ....    5S  71  71  Vernon   .... 113  112  2D  Neisoiil   .... 21:-}  .!.">5  255  Grand" Forks..  ....    40 .  80  3!)  Cranbrook     .... -*n  . -76  ,50  Kossliind   .... 261  . 220  519  Ar.isworth,...'.  ....   ' S  52  21  Kaslo"..' .'..  ....    77  "   ' SO"  74  Phoenix   ....   :js  30  17  Golden    j*j  73  1  Slocan City   ....    37  10  04  Sandon/   ..."   27  30  17S  Fort Steele   .   .    00  37  30  Silverton   ..:  io  0  50  Trail..:   ...   so  " 53  34  Lillooet '.'.  ...    20  30  1  -Some smaller  points of  special  inter  est here are:  Salmon Arm. .-    15  37  ���������>  Palliser   .....    4  11  1  Donald '.'.  ......   4  ������  0  Field...-    IS.  .  7  8  -  Gov. Mackintosh Has Been Successful in  Floating B'.p; Enterprises.  Hon. C. H. Mackinlo*jh of Kos-dand,  could lonif since have tested un his  lam cl*. and slill lem,lined as the in.ni  who had done more than any other  one foi the nd vancenient of the mining  iuteiests of the Intel inr of British  Columbia, Hut the flotation of tin:  Le Hoi and other big deals did not end  his labor-.. Only a few weeks ago he'  went to London with several very  de.-nable enlerpiises iii his pocket and  with his customary ability he is now  lemming, and 1 eat ties Rossland today  or totnotrow. wilh his pockets rid of  llie entei puses but full of money. His  latest scheme involved the in vestment  of . 1 jjre.it amount of capital and the  Miner learns on frond authority that  in all he has seemed something like  $11,000,000 lo be invested in this  country. Part of this" will be invested  in V.uuoiiver and the remainder in  vai ions mining pinpeities, some of  Ihem iidjaieutto Rossland. The  people nf that, town have been  anxiously awaiting his leturn as'his  success would mean much to the city  mil word that he has succeeded has"  lieen received theie wilh a great deal  of satisfaction. Hut Rossland is not  alone inteiested in the Governor'-*  success as.it means much to all mining-  inteit"-ts ancl the whole country will  join Rossland in heailily rongrutu-  i.itine; t he enleipiisiiifj gentleman.���������  Xelsmi Miner.  Public School Report.  "DIVISION   1.  '  Class   5���������1,   Bessie   Lawson. 2 Flora  Palmer, 3 Frank Giierin.  Class 1. sr.���������1 Pearl Robinson, 2  Hilda Hobby. 3 Maud Hyait.  ' Class 4.jr.���������1 Jos. Moiviiiii. 2 Grace  Somes, 3 Fred. Uiquhart.  .Amikkt Sullivan,  division 2.  Claa'sS. sr.���������1 Nellie Daniels, 2 Peicy  Dunne,'3 Winnie McCrury.  Class , 3,   jr.���������1   Arthur   Bennet.   2  (Jertru'de Lawson, 3 Ray Fraser.  A. Smith  division 3  Class   2.���������1    Florence    Watson.     2  Harold Giierin. 3 Ed ith Cooke.'i  '  Class 1.���������1 Allie B liu"; 2 Tom   Wilkinson, 3 Olive Bell.  G. R. Mfi.i.AiiD.  division 4.  Class  3.���������1   Alaliel   Ha v.   2   Maggie  Nei-Joti, 3 Ethel Blackberg.'  The Last Tribute  The fiinei.li services of the late Mrs.  3. 11. M. Hungerfoid weie held at the  .Methodist chinch yesteiday afternoon"  at 2:30 o'clock.    Il uas a union service  ami the clynch   wis .filled   with   the  tMends  of the dep.uted   lady.      Rev.  Geoige     II.     Morden,   paMor   of 'lhe  Methodist i liurcli, opened  the services'  with  the  Ininii. "IheiVs a Wideness,  in Gcd's Meicy.''    Rev. McKay ofthe  Preslivieilmi thiin h made an   impies-  sive.  opening  prayer.     Airs.   Hunger-  I'ord's S'liiday  school ilass.   consisting  ot twentv   littlti gii'l-.,'sang -Beautiful  Beckoning     Hands/'     Rev.  iW.;   T.  Stack limine,   of   the   Baptist   clum-li.  lead   the   lesson,   which   consisted of  the 15th chapter of   the   Corinthians,"  lulling:      ������������������Moieover,    bi-ethien,    1  Ix-h  decl.ue unto you the go=pel. which I  preached niilo you, which alto you  have received, and wheiein ye staiid,"  etc*. "Jio'is. the Vei v Thought of-  Thee With Sweetnesj. Fills My Bie.isl"."  was i eudei ed by lhe clioirand"congieg-"  .ilion. Rev. . George H. Morden  deli*, ered an eloquent <-ermon on the  uoith and good1 cjualities - of tlie'  deceased. He l-efened feelingly to"  the often expressed wish of Mis.  Hungei foul th.ittbe different branches"  ot the Ciiiislian church slibuld work  together in unity and h.uinony. It  was for ibis reason lhe union services'  were held. Mr. Morden made a stlong  a'ppeal tlMt all diffeiences might be  buiied by tht* seveial denominations.  Adjutant Slev-en*-. of the Salvation"  army delivoied a fervent prayer and  choir retideied "When lhe Roll Is'  Called Up Yonder I Will be There."  which w.is on of Mis. Hungerford's  f.niuite voluntaries. The seivio*.  clo-ed with the singing of "Rock of  Ages"'by the congiegation and benediction "hy Rev. Mr. Mordon. Tlie  chinch was appropriately decorated..  At lhe conclusion of the services'those"  present took the last look at the still  face of their departed friend and  many gave her menioiy the tiibute of  their tears.  The Horal offeiings wei-e numerous.  The C. P. R. commeicial telegraph  operator.- at Nelson sent a handsome  wreath anil the C. P. R. railt oad and  cuuuuerciiil operators of Rossland a'  beautiful cioss. Thr vaiious societies'  of which Mrs. Iltingerfotil c was a  member sent in appiopriate- floral  tributes.���������Rossland Miner.!���������  : C", .   -  The deceased lady w.is a. sister, of-  M is. John Lawson and Mlijs bin ith of  the public school staff of this city.  Death's Grin Close.  If a photo were taken of a Japanese  now lying in the city hospital it would  be hard for one to distinguish between  the original and a sufferer from the  famine which recently ran', riot in  India. While there has beer, no famine  in the land this Jap has actually  starved, it not to death very close to  it. Chief of Police .S'fwaif yeMerday  received noli ti cation from Mr. Noruian  Fiaser, who has a. shingle bolt tamp  or, Victoria drive, near Giandview.  that among the Japs working at that  place on" contract.'theie was one who  was either in the last Mages of ion-  sumption or starvation. Medical  Health Officnr Dr. I. M. Mai-Lean wis  notified, and he in company with  Ileaiih Inspector Man ion paid a visit  to the c-.'tuip.  The sight ihey met tliere wns one to  s'tHrtln   them,   "used   as    they   an*   to  scenes of dirt, misery and sickness.   In  one large shack ihete  weie  four beds  with  neatly  rolled blankets, evidence  lhat whoever welt- the occupants they  took j������ood care of their own   personal,  comfoit.    In  a  rough bo.uded leau-lo'  abuttiug on this shack was  found the  object of the   search.    L,yirig   on   tin-  wet,   b,ne ground without any cover-,  ing  worth   speaking   of   lay   a   form'  healing   u   resemblance   lo   a human  being���������just a lesemhlance   in   outline'  Class   2.���������1   Kathleeu   And-*rson,   2  that waa all.   In the midst of the met  Emma Morgan.'3 Doris Bennett.  Clissl.���������1 Kinest Mi*Mahon. 2  Thompson, 3 Eva Doyl'e.  A. A. Edgar  division 5.  Class 4.���������I Duncan Kemifdy.  net McMahon, 3 Olive Hobinson  Class   3.���������r Leo   Solwav.   2  Calder, 3 Elsie Cooke.  Class 2.���������1  Ida Robinson, 2 Harvey  Fortl, 3 Clara Fraser.  Class 1.���������1 Wallace Fraser, 2 Connolly Trainor,'Alice Bell.  , S. XV. Robinson.  Kvh  I Gar-  Meile  A Boy Swallowed a Dime.  ���������The boy was a dime iD ;is well a-= a  dime out. Had he criven his father  that dime he might, have "pin chased  an:El President cigar.' making ten  . "p'mIc 'lie    work    of   twenty���������value  repulsive   filth, wilhon������ care or alien-,  dance, this lieing had lain theie for 30'  rtaTs according to his   own   statement  t lo the oftfeers!    Tl'ere w^re four other  | Japs in the tamp, but with the charac-  letislic   indiffeivnie   to   sickness    of  their   rice.   Ihey   had   left   this man  there   lo   die,   either   of sickness   or  starvation, it appeared to   be   immat-'  erial.  The living skeleton was removed to'  the police station and from there to'  the city hospital this morning. It is  lepoi ted that there is every pi-obabil-  lity of the man dying, his" condition at  the present time being very precarious. It is expechnl (that 'soioe action  in the matter will be taken by the  authorities. It is only fair to Mr..  Fraser lo state that he whs umwarej  until yesterday of the condition of the-'  Jap, and that he reported the matter,  as-soon as he het-.-iine cognizant of ttJc* 4t  n"1*  lif's'"  1>  Revelstoke   Herald  Published In tbe Interests mt  aterebjtoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout  Lake, nUctllewaet, Albert Canyon,  Jordan     Pass     and     Eagle  Pass Districts.  ta.   JOHNSON PROPRIETOR  A Bernl-Weekly Journal, published  tn the lnteresta of Revelstoke and  tbe Burroundlng districts, Tuesdays and Fridays, making; closest  connections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: . Display ads.,  11.60 per Inch, single column, ?2.00 per  Inch wnen Inserted on title pase-  Legul ads., 10 centa per inch (nonpa-  riel) line for flrst insertion: 5 cents  tor each additional insertion. Reading  ���������otlces, 10 cents per line each Issue.  Jglrth.   Marriage  and   Death   notices,  . SuWlption Rates: By mail or  >arrter. J2.00 per annum; fl.25 for six  months, strictly In advance.  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Correspondence -with reference  to   anything   that   has   appeared   in  '" another paper must first be offered for  publication to that paper before it  can appear in THE HERALD.  familiarity 'With flre arms such as  most colonials do, and know how to  ride and take care of their horsos\are  more useful solidcrs in timo of trouble than the trained automatons,  who used to hi* considered thc Ideal  soldiers.  FORTUNE FROM TWELVE STEERS  THE   SOLDIERS OF THE FUTURE  THE WEST DURHAM CASE.  Mr.   Bingham  the  returning  ollicer  in   the  West   Durham    election,   has  made a  special return lo the clerk or  the crown   in  chancery,   t'-   i-ftect of  which   will   likely   be   to   throw   tho  decision  into the hands of the house  ot   commons,   u.   rather   too   partizau  body to decide such questions as are  raised.    Several persons live evidently  at  fault  in tho matter,  and first o������  these ia the- returning officer.   Taking  his stand on the toxl of Uie law, "he  at first declined  to  regard as a legal  deposit an   accepted  check  for    $200  on  the  Standard     hank,     wliich  was  tendered   to  him   by   Mr.   Thornton's  agent.    Air.    Thornton's    agent,    was  wi-ontf,   evidently,   in    otforlng    mid  pressfiiif thu aceeptimeo ot the check.  But.   in  spite of Ill's  protest,   tin* returning ollicer :i(.'<:ept(-il tht* document,  giving a  receipt  for  ll  as  if  it   hud  been   $200, and   then   turned  it..into  his own account In the Ontario bunk.  He further allowed    the ' elecli'on  to  proceed, and,it was only at the oliicial  count of the ballots that the (-ucslion  of   the   legality _. of   Mr.   Thornton's  candidaturo  was  raised.     Mr.   Tleitli  though ho received  only  o[ the ballots tho vote being 1">97 to  .1637,   through  his    agent    practically  claimed  the seat:    but ended in nslt-  I'ng  for   a   special   return,   with   the  object of making tho house of commons a party to  Uie decision  of tho  he did not at once get the scat, that  lie would get another chance to win  it at a by-election when the political  j dice would be loaded aaginst his opponent.    The legal points nre a good  How   Some   lllinlos     Cuttle   Urouglit  Wealth   to  an  Englishman   in  the Late .Seventies  Tlie history of the cattle industry  is replete with'instances where great  fortunes have -been amassed through  largo operations, but to hnvo a man  secure an independent fortune through  12 steers is a rare occurrence. Yet  this is what happened to Richard Tobias, of London, England, in 187S, and  the authority is none other than  James Tobin, tho veteran live stock  dealer and shipper of Springfield, 111.,  who related the story lo a Drover's  Journal representative while in the  capital city a few days ago.  "In tho lute '70's," said Mr. Tobin,  "I ti.oK a great fancy tow i n pure  white Shorthorns, and determined to  get together a good sized bunch ot  that nature if possible, ��������� "believing  they would prove a good investment  not only as beef cattle, but also from  tUo fact that they were'a little out  of the ordinary. Well, they did  prove ii good investment, but, as thc  tspry will show,,another man got the  bis rmount of money,  "After travelling over half of tlll-  hois I succeeded In getting together  ">2   head  of    pure    white    Shorthorn  j deal  complicated.    The act makes il  "The lessons of the war" is the i cig^j. that a returning officer's re-  "heading under which ono who has i ceipL of the deposit money of a can-  taken part in the war in South Af- : mdate, shall bo regarded as evidence  rlca writes to the London St James ^ that thc money has been duly paid.  Budget. He says the five points bear- | Tue ret,urning ofllcer in this case also  ing  upon   the  future  usefulness  and   divested  himself of the  check,  prac.  efficiency ot the army which demand  early and  careful  consideration are:  1.    Great   mobility   of   long   range  artillery  tically turning it into money by  depositing  it in his own  bank,  and so  couldinot restore it and put Uie situ-  i ation- as it was  before the document  Improved    efficiency of    cavalry \ was  handed  to  him.      Two    leading  ��������� counsel,   taking   the  lawyer's  narrow  * view, have declared in effect that Mr.  i Thornton was never legally a canfli-  ! dale.    The house of commons, in the  and mounted infantry,  3.    Improved marching  kit for in  fantry soliders.  of '  Queens'   N.H..   case,   practically   took  4. Increase   of  personnel,   etc.;  the Army Medical Corps. j,.,   liko   position.     The   precedent,   as  5. Improved  training    and  system i won as the technicaliti'es, Is primarily  of staff.  He elaborates these different heads  aud gives many illustrations from his  own observation, and knowledge ot  things that occurred in the course o������  the campaign in South Africa.  In speaking ot the cavalry, he says:  "Our regular cavalry has, with few  exceptions proved no match for the  wily Boer in either reconnoitring or  scouting. The mounted infantry,  considerlngtheir very slight training,  hare acquitted themselves creditably.  The two principal duties of combatant mounted troops, viz.���������-intelligent reconnoitring, and care nnd  management of horses, must be inculcated in all branches; and, until  this is done, our cavalry will be of  little use to us 'the eyes and ears' of  the army."  He points out that, notwithstanding the hard work the cavalry have  had, the exceptionally great loss of  horses is hardly to be accounted for  by hard work. He instances the case  of the colonial troops where -we do  not hear of this abnormal loss of  mounts because almostevery individual colonial is something of a horse  master.  ^-^-He-pays^the-following-high-compli--  . ment to the Canadian trooper: "For  dash, combined with knowledge of  Uie game and individual intelligence  it would bfi hard to beat our colonial  force taken as a whole. They have  commanded the admiration of all,  and in all probability they form the  finest body of mounted troops in the  world, with the sole exception perhaps of the picked Indian cavalry,  and all this in face of infinitely less  training than the homebred article."  He praises the Army Medical Corps,  whose great drawback was Insufficiency ot number for an army in the  field, even with the large number  of civilian doctors sent out to  their assistance. The writer la particularly severe "upon the staff, pointing out instances of outrageous Incompetency  of the triumphal  liannesburg,  bivouacked within half a mile of a  small colony composed of lepero and j  renall pox patients. The troops were -  kept there for two days and the men  ���������had to be foribdden to use tbe water  In the stream which ran by the  camp, because the people in the colony of disease washed their clothea  in the same river up above them.  Such blunders were not uncommon  and accounted for much of the troubles of the British on various occasions. Thn capacity for making neat  and pretily colored maps he does not  -consider nearly as important as a  readiness -to make a rapid and passably correct sketch may of the coun-  ���������.try being reconnoitred.  To the ordinary lay mind, which  has tried to grasp these various critic cinn ot the persons entrusted with  the conduct of the affairs in time of  ���������war, it would appear that a very important point is that people, whether  military men before or not, who cultivate  the  faculty  of  observation  in  against Mr. Thornton. Justice, however, is with him, and unless he is  duly seated when the now parliament  assembles, a wrong will lie done. It  is ji pity, for himself as much ns  tor anybody, that Mr. Beith did not  rollow tho example of Mr. Sexsmith  in East Peterboro. The case In East  Peterboro was exactly similar to that  in West Durham. Mr. Sexsmith was  the minority candidate and liis opponent, Mr. Lang, had made his deposit by a check. But Mr. Sexsmith  disavowed the protest that had been  raised, aud Mr. Lang was duly given  the seat which tho electors had chosen  hi in to fill.  COWBOY'S    HEART   TKOUlil.E  Denver  Post  grade steers, and in March, 1878, I  shipped them to the Chicago market.  They were nearly .1 years old then,  and I considered them nn excellent  hunch of cattle. They averaged away  up In weight, aud.T expected to got  n. good long price for them. Billy  Moore was buying cattle for Eastmans In those days, and he bid mo  ?5.G0 for tlint bunch which was Uie  highest price I could get, Monroo  saying they would be worth 5c morn  it they hau been black, but their color  was agai'nst them. This was sort of  a minority |a posor tor me, as I thought their  color would be' an advantage.  "Well, 1 sold the steers to Monroe  and when they got to New York a  London buyer named Richard Tobias  picked out 12 head that averaged  2200 lbs and shipped them to Liver-,  pool, where he preceded to put them  in shape for the show ring.  ','Lato in the year,, after having  having widely advertised the fact that  ho was going to exhibit the! 12 steers.  Mr. Tobias allowed the peoplo to look  at his ...animals for a small fee. and  do you know that on the first day  his receipts wero ?4000. He continued  to exhibit the cattle" at Liverpool  until ho had taken in nearly $40,000,  whim he removed them to London,  where he repeated his success, his Lon  don exhibition bringing him ������ven  more than that at Liverpool. Finally  about a wek before Christmas, Tobias  disposed of tho steel's to London butchers at $500 per head, to be made  into Christmas beef, and the butchers retailed the meat out at a very  high price owing o the' great notoriety achieved by the animals.  "When the news came back tb me  from England in regard to the great  amount of money, the steers had made  for Tobias, I thought of Bl.ly Monroe teliini*. mo thoy would be worth  5c a pound more than he bid me it  thi'ir color had been black, and I con_  eluded there were some, things about  the cattle business that neither. Monroe nor T knew.  "Tobias wrote me regularly for  some time after he disposed of the  steers, asking nie to secure htm  another bunch, but I wrote and told  him he had used up all the available  supply. Tobias, I believe, is still  living in England, enjoying "the fortune, the foundation for which was  laid through those 1- steers I sold  to Billv Monroe at ?5.G0.  Mr. Tobin is one of the old.  timers in the cattle business in  Illinois. Ho came to tho Sucker  state nearly 50 years ago, and his  piitire worldly assets were represented bv.his small bund'e of clothing and 15c. He taught school for a  few vnars. worked on a farm and  turned his hand to whatever camo  handv, until he had saved a fwe hundred "dollars, when 'he began investing in live stock. For 36 years he has  heen shipping cattle to tho Chicago  markets, and now, while he has  reached man'* allotted three .score  ami t.-n, he is hearty, well preserved  man who lands his loads of market  toppers" in Chicago as often as anybody.  had failed the whole force of the artillery would have been turned on  Cronje with shrapnel and nothing  could have survived thc storm.  Shrapnel was infinitely more effective  than lyddito shells from the 4.7 guns  with their almost level courso, never  burst at all, nnd the much talked of  fumes, poisonous ns they are on shipboard, In open air were quite Innocuous.  Father  O'Leary's  own   position   at  the great  battle  was  right    in    thc  firing  line.      He  had   borne   all   thc  hardships   of the   forced   march   and  the short rations with the men.     At  first under flre it was trying to see  the top of the long grass in which he  lay actually cut down by bullets, and  he never  got    used to  the    spiteful  sound  of the pom poms.      But tired  nature  asserted   itself    and   he    fell  asleep in the midst of it all, with a  request'-to ..his  neighbor    to  awaken  him  if anything Important occurred.  The bursting of an English shell right  oyer his head aroused    him aud he  saw that tho shelter he wits sharing  with a soldier was not sufficient for  both.      With  the ., utmost    courage.  Father O'Leary determined  to make  for q near by ant heap, nnd, regardless of the storm of bullets ho drew  Tie raised himself on  hia hands and  knees and managed to got safoly bo-  hind   it.      Then   came    the    famous  charge and he was in the midst of it,  picking  up Colonel  Alworth,  of thc  Cornwalls as he foil.   After the battle  he went around   with   .the   stretcher  bearers attending the wounded, comforting tho    dying and burying   the  dead.      Worn   out  with   fatigue,   he  slept for im hour or so on the ground,  and   then    resumed  his    mission  of  mercy, and it was not till  next day  that he found his regiment again. As  Father   O'Leary  tells   his   experience  as merely ordinary facts, it is easy to  see why he was the most popular of  all the men who left Canada for the  front.  Mr. T. O. Davis' majority as Liberal candidate in Saskatchewan is  7������L  Sir Wiliam Van Home was tendered by the leading men the most  brilliant banquet held in Santiago de  Cuba since the war.  =*-*JE-  CONSTRUCT1NG   AN   ICE   HOUSE  gits  It  is   a  good   thing     to   do  things  thoroughly  and  so   we   will   describe  such a house as may be satisfactory  in every way.      Set up posts  in the  ground .in a dry location    and  board  them  on   each,    side     with     double  boards.    Fill the space  (10  inches is  enough) with sawdust up to' the roof  and   cover 'it  with   a  tight  roof.    It  is best not to havo a" door, but stops  up the outside to get into  the gable  to take out the ice.   It is well to havo  a door through which the ice can be  packed ln however.  Cut  the ice  into  even shaped blocks of such size that  two   one   way   may     be   covered   by  three the. other way.    The idea  is to  make a solid block of Ice. which may  have all  the cracks  filled  by sweeping the dust of ice made in the packing   into   the  cracks,   so     the   whole  mass    will     freeze    solidly   together.  Blocks 16x24 or 12x8 inches will pack  in  this way.    Cut tho  ice soon after  it  is  six  or  eight  inches   thick;     it  is easier- to handle and  cut it then,  and it will be solid anyhow, for it is  another strange habit of ice to freeze  together   if   only   Drought  into   contact - for   a  moment.     This   is   called  regelation.  An efficient ice house may be built  for a few dollars, but if one wishes  au ornamental one with a cupola and  a weathercock on the top. it is all  the same, $1000 - will .not make -a  house keep ice unless these simple  rules aro perfectly carried out. and  $20 will, if they are. It may be repeated, perhaps with advantage, that  the primary ��������� rules aro these: Cut  the ice on a dry, cold day. Cut it in  the right shaped blocks to make a  solid mass. Have a dry floor on thc  ground. Have no places for air to  get in under it. Put a foot of dry-  packing under the ice. Pack the ice  solid. Have sufficient packing around  and over the ice to keep air from it.  Have plenty of covering on the top,  with ample ventilation; let air blow  in freely, but do not let the sunshine in, and keep the top covering  dry- All the rest may be as you  please.���������Dairy  Produce.  FATHER  O'LEARY  ON   THE   WAR  Father O'Leary. chaplain of the  Roval Canadians, telling of the. war,  in'Ottawa, said that when the contingent arrived in Africa things look-  'Tisn't   of'n   that     a     rider  sentimental streak.  Let's his heart become so mushy tha  it springs a tender leak.  'Tisn't  of'n   that  he     loses   half   hi  hankerin"   fur   food.  An'  he wakes  an'  lays  a-thinkin'  in  the  nightly,  solitude.  J^ooks   ridiculous   to   see   him     goin  'round  with dreamy  eye?.  An'  when nobody ain't lookiu'  lettin  go of easy sighs, '       w._=_    But  I  reckon- that the   Maker,   when ed  terribly  blue.      As    they    lay at  he shaped   him   outen  clay i Belmont the  wounded  from  Magers-  -Knowed���������what���������he���������was-a-doin'^=whea-fontein^keptiipouring^b^ck_in_a_con^  he   built   him   that-a.way. Ifinuous  stream   in   carts  and   trains,.  '���������'. ' ' and the moral effect was terrible.'No  It was at a dance I met her down time was so bad-on the nerves as the  to Daly's, on the creek, I month they lay idle, with nothing to  A   buuch   o   'sassy  sweetness,   quicker do  but   build   railways,  endure  sand  than  a  lightning streak: j storms, and keep watch among putri-  Built  up   trimmer  than   Jersey,   with fying   corpses   upon   a   kopje.       But  the  sort  o* girly  snap | when Lord Roberts arrived the whole  That   is  apt   to  play   the   devil   with aspect of things changed.     The con-  the   roughtest   ridin'   chap. I tingent was  brigaded  with  the  Gor-  Had   a sort o'   lovin'  glitter  bunched dons and at once stuck    up a warm  up  In her purty eyes, j friendship with them.    The two regi-  That'd drill you to a finish, "start you  ments  used   to help  each    other    in  feelin'   fur   the   skies. I every' way. pitching the tents or for-  An'   the   sunny  smile     that   flickered warding  them  every time there  was  now an' _then  acrost  her  face   i a chance.  Was   the   sort   fil   knock     a   feller's     Yftt R W(1B  lhc    Gordons,  to  their  Independence  from   us  base.       deep rcgrctj who bayoneted the Can-  la'dians    at Paardeberg.      The    firing  When   I   got   to     dancln'     with     her linP 0t the  contingent had  been  or-  there's a thrillin' sor  o"  feel     j nPrc.n to advance, while the supports  Went a gallyflutin  through   me  from 'd   Hip-hlanders  threw    up    shelter  Fombrcro cl'ar to heel I irpnr;hpB   In   the   rear.    ��������� As  soon   as  the   Boer   flre   was  drawn   the  firing  An'  I  seemed   to   float on   nothin  as we waltzed around the hall��������� \{'^(. ^' to"Vetire, but whf-n they did  g  ThBl min^'in 7hT wlnfS bo'tlTof     Another  great  mistake  at  Paarde-  mlimHn   in tht- ^eins of both of wag   fflade   b>.  ^   lnte,lig(-;ricc.  I  could'feel' her heart a-bi-atin' right ffepartment.       The   Canadians     had  agin   my   hardened   breast.  l.:ko   It   was   a-feelin'   lonesome  wos   looking fur a nest.  liin  an  a-feelin"   mighty     restless  oneasy   ever  since.  Somethln'   stings     me   in   the   bosom  till  it fairly  makes me  wince.  Kep  a thlnkin'.    thinkin',   thinkin'  that.   little   rancher   girl  Till  my brain   it. gets a  mlllin'���������In  sort   o'   crazy   whirl.-  iheir every day Jffe, .who acquire a' Minnesota senatorehlp.  reached   the   crest    of  the    outward  slope of the river bank and were ordered  to charge  down   to the  river,  ford   it and  rush  the  opposite bank.  What ought to have been known, and  was not,, was that the river was as  impossible to cross as a raillracc, and  that tho top of tho inward slope was  .J not only a sheer drop of 15 feet, but  ���������,was lined by 500 Boers who had not  a yet fired a shot, and were waiting to  I fire at  close quarters.      The.oontln-  Aln't  no  good   at  workin'  cattle  lik I gent charged  with  the  bayonet,  but  r used  to on tho rango tne Boers, escaped under the edge of  ���������\ii  I'm skeered  sometimes a thinkin I the declivity to tho ford, whither they  if  there  doesn't come a chang   could   not  be  pursued  as   they  were  J  wiii  "et  the; wheels a'hiizzin' in my, covered by tho flre of their friends on  heart im'  have lo  go, the opposltio bank.  Krr a mental overhaulin' to the crazy     But  if thc intelligence department  house.     Heigho! : was detective, the practice of the ar-   n  ,,     | Cillery  was   magnificent.      They  did  Constable Thompson was stabbod to ; not bombard the-Boer laager continu-  death by a band of toughs in White J ously. but only when a man was seen  Chapel, London. out of cover.     On one occasion three  Peter Dunne, thc athor of the "Mr. j or four of the enemy made a rush for  Booley" sketches is seriously ill in a I nn ammunition wagon. At once four  Chicago hospital. | shots  rrom   a howitzer    battery were  Judge Lome W. Collins, ot Minne- . placed in a space not 40 feet square,  apolis.  has   been   offered   the  vacant ' and  neither enemy or    wagon   .were  seen again.     If the Canadian attack  Winnipeg, Nov. 30:  ���������Today is nomination dny iu Quebec  province.  Mr. Walter Scott, M. P. elect, was  banquetted at Medicine Hat.  The steamer Lake Megantic arrived  at Halifax after a vory rough voyage.  John Ilazelton, a Toronto druggist,  has' been arrested charged with murder. ���������  Tho secretary of thc Cincinnati  school lioard has defaulted to the extent of $100,000.  Mr. H. M. Howell has been selected  by tho' Manitoba court to represent  the Hudson's Bay company in the  liquor act case.  Tho beer poisoning disease in England has spread through Leeds and  Birmingham.  Christian and heathen natives urd  at war on Eroingima island. New  Hebrides.  - ��������� The campaign iu Coomussa hns  closed and the unnecessary troops will  soon lenve the district.  Holland .welcomed Private H. S. H.  Edwards, a resident of that town, on  his return from South Africa.  Winnipeg, Nov. 27:  The war ofllco cubles that 1,000  Canadians, which will include all but  Strathcona's Horse, will leave South  Africa by December 1st.  Private Scott, of Regina, was accidentally killed at Pochofstroom.  Thc Canadians took part at Pretoria  iu thc Victoria Cross parade before  Lord Roberts nnd were only equalled  in smart appearance by tho Guards.  An order has been sent to America  tor 5,000 horses for Kitchener's  forces In South Africa.  Kruger visited tho Paris exposition  yesterday.  Tho oliicial count of the Algoma  election took place today in the offlci*  of Returning Officer Wells.  The deputy returning officer for  Sault Ste. Mario failed to make thc  proper return on his statement by  not stating who tho vote was for.  One candidate received 98 votes, and  the other 71, but he failed to fill in  fhe samo. If . tho majority ln,..this  Instance is for Dyment his majority  is '408; if for Boyce, Dyment's majority is 354  The official declaration in Macdonald gives Mr. Boyd's majority as 156,  Uie vote being Boyd 3,866, Rutherford  3,710. There were 35 rejected and  15 spoiled ballots.  Mr. Sifton and party left Vancouver for the east today. On Wednesday ho expects to attend a banquet  to be tendered Mr. Scott at Medicine  Hal.  Attorney General Campbell officially anounced to the Manitoba courts  that the liquor act would be tested,  and a dai; next week will probably  be fixed for tho hoaring.  NominaUons In Quebec take place  on Friday. Tlie Liberals have 72  candidates in the field and the Conservatives 22. Thero are 73 rldinfcs.  Thousands of natives in Juba Land.  a province of British East Africa,  have arisen in revolt.  A train wreck in which 25 lives  are supposed to be lost, is reported  from West Virclnia.  Portuguese troops have gone .to  Catambo to watch General DeWot.  Commissary General Pearson, of  the Transvaal, in an Interview in  New York, stated that General Buller  was the best of the British generals.  The recount in Kings county. N.B.,  ha.-i been adjourned until December  lGth, an objection having been appealed.  Two men were arrested in .-Detroit with Dominion bank bills stolen  from  Napanee   in  their  possession.  Chicago, III.,'* Nrv. 28.���������Tommy  Ryan defeated Kir* Carter in six  rounds in Tattorsall'F last night.  The International Llvo Stock exhibition has opened in Chicago. There  aro 25 Canadian exhibitors.    ,   r.  The South of England lacrosse association has invited the Toronto club  to send a team to HngUtnd.  During November there were in  Winnipeg 56 marriages, 93 births and  51 deaths.  OLD PEOPLE  Have a chnrui .of their own when they  arc not weak and feeble, but hale and  hearty, enjoying the sports and pleasures  of youth thoujjh they cannot participate  in them. The whole secret of a sturdy  old ngc is this : Keep Uie stomach and  organs of digestion nnd nutrition in perfect order. Thc young man who does  not think of his stomach will he made to  think of it' as he grows old. -It is the  "weak " stomach, incapable of supplying  the adequate nutrition for Uie body,  which causes thc: weakness and feebleness of old age.  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  cures discuses of the stomach and other  organs of digestion mid nutrition. It  makes Uie "weak" stomach strong, aud  so enables the body to bu fully nourished  aud strengthened by the food which is  eaten.  ������������������ I suH'ercil for fix yearn witli conMlpntlmi and  ituligcMtion, during which lime I  employed  several i>liysictana, but ihey couM not reach  my raw," writes Mr. ������. Popplewetl, of Riirekn  Springs. Carroll Co., Ark,    "I felt that there  wnt no heir* for me, could not retain, food ou my  'stomach; hid Tertlgo and would fall httpleas to  the floor. ' Two yean ago I commenced taking;  .   _ ....   ........ ... lnjj  J" **" aooTTr BA" L*L*B  ���������������������������*������. Solicitor, Notary Public. Ke  ues������nite Avenue, Ravelstoke StaUom.  Money to Loan  HARVBY, McCARTER & PINKHAM  o~i. ,2Er,atora������ Solicitors., Etc.  Solicitor!,    for    Imperial    Bank    ot  _ Canada  "SSIE7 "'S? .to >oan at 8 per ������ent.  Offlc*������:    Molsons Bank Bloet  ���������"* Street, ���������ttevel8tokTstet?on,CtB.c,  J. W. CROSS  0OCe:   ^^^Avenue'RevehtokS  Surgeon to the C. p  r  Health Officer. City of Revelstoke  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Weekly hZ*Bn* ���������*\������ *" &0:  "y Prayer meeting every Wad-  RBV.S.J.THOMPSON.   Pastor.  St Peter's Church (Anglican)  ���������������'8������.������a,m"...Holy   Eu������nart8t;     11  a.m., UMlns, litany and sermon (Holy  r;2!LSun2aL    8Ch001' op     caUdieM'  tervlce;  7: SO evensong (choral)  aa*  r������rm.on: ,     Holy    Days���������The    Holy  EuchariBt la celebrated at 7 a.m. or S  a.m., as announced.      Holy BapUra  after Sunday school at 3:15.  C. A. PROCUNITR, Vicar.  Presbyterian  Church  Service  every. Sunday    at 11  a.m  and 7.30 p.m.   Bible Class at 2:30 p.  m. to which all are welcome. Prayer  meeting at 8 p.m. every Wednesday.  REV. W. C. CALDER, Pastor.  Doctor Plerce'a Golden Medical Dlacovery an  little 'Pellet*,' and  improved from the Mart.  Aaer taking twelve iKtttes of the ' Discovery' I  was able to do light work, and have been Improving; ever aince.   I am now In good health!  for one of inr age���������6o rears.   1 owelt all to Dr.;  Pierce's medicines."  Dr. Pierce's Common Souse Medteal  Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on     .   receipt of  31 one-cent stamps to pay j Salvation Army ���������'  expense of customs and mailing only.       Meeting every  night in  their  hall  Address Dr. R. V. Pierce^Buffalo, N. V.    on front street.  Roman Cathollo Church  Mass  first and  third ,'Sundays  In  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THATHR.  $i$4$it?A$A$A$i$*$A$A$A$i$i  GOOD MEN NOT  LACKING  The  Revelstoke Herald  . Cranbrook Herald: To one who ie  neither a' Conservative or a Liberal,  but ivho has been a close observer of  political events in Canada for some  tiine. it seems tnat the Conservatives  have fallen into the error of hero-  worship. They have had leauers who  were numbered among the brightest  moil in Canada, and the history of  the Dominion will have its pages illuminated by the good work of these  individuals. But. the fact that one  man as leader has displayed extraordinary ability as a statesman, does  not argue that thero are .not other  ~mTJn~equaily~b"right~a"nd'equally-able.-.  Canada is full. of such men. east' and  -west, in both parties. No party  dies because one man dies, and no  pary should be controlled and man.  aged that all of its hopes are centred in one individual. Such: a policy  tends to create the practice .of blind  worship for one man, and causes the  party to lose sight of other members  who are growing men and potent  "factors in tho success of tho organization. It kills ambition by. robbing  other statesmen of the very .incentive  neoesBary to 'force them ahead. In  the work of-one party, principle  should be the-loadstone, and man but  tbe instrument. Give to nny party,  Liberal or Conservative, thc freedom it nr-^tlB, and when the crista  come������ tho right man is not wanting.  Canada  is  full  of them.  Thi  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF  : News Condensed For Busy  Readers.  The Boers arc active between the  railroad and Basutoland and more  mounted ' troops are required before  depredations can be stopped.  The war office has decided to send  8,000 fresh iroopa to South Africa.  Tho plot against Lord Roberts has  produced a wave of indignation in'  Great'Britain.  Tbe Fren*n foreign minister, 31.  Delcasse, has Intimated fo Kruger  that France wifl not take the initiative  intervention  The cx-prer.UU-r.t ot the Trmmvaal  republic viA'.'.etl the uehool of arts  yesterday.  The British minister to the Hague  has reacli'vl London to nvoid 1111-  pleastnesR when Krugfr reach <���������������  Holland.  In his latest report received f.t Ottawa Colonel Ottor describes how thn  First contingent left for home.  Thc United States auxiliary cruiser  Yoscimite was sunk in a typhoon in  Philippine waters.  Premier Farnuharson has Issued a  manifesto giving roasona for a dissolution of the. I*. E.  I. house.  At a cabinet' coun'cil Turkish ministers thoratoned war 'it.,tho battleship  Kentucky was sent'to .'Smyrna.  ' Evidence as to the sale of Winnipeg school lands before tho commission has'concluded-for the present.  By the collapse of a roof on a San  Francisco glass 'works, 200 people  were precipitated below, and 30 were  killed.  On Beach Island, New Hebrides, 32  shocks of earthquake were felt, doing  much damage on land and sea.  The arrival of the battleship Kentucky at Smyrna has decided Turkey  to hasten the settlement of the United  States claims.  The powers have decided not to demand too severe Indemnity'or too  harsh' treatment of Boxer leaders,  meeting tho United States view.  There are  rumored changes  In C.  P. R. superintendents in the west.  .- -Confirmation has..bj^n^rccejyed-..or  the news that .the-Cisar Is certain to"  recover.,  Quebec nominations were held yesterday, 31 Liberals being elected by  acclamation.  Jos. Brand, of Dauphin, accused of  forgery, has received a two year sentence in the penitentiary.  Winnipeg, Dec. *}.-  Senator Donald Maclnnes, of Hamilton, Ontario, is dead.  1 ,?r-, jli A' H������Pk-ns, of Montreal, was  killed-by a train.        "  The Cornwall, Ont., flour mills were  destroyed by- flre.     .  John B.  Duckingham, a prominent  Hamilton citizen, is dead.  - The Tiber river has overflowed, inundating a    portion of    the city of  Rome.  Tho estate of the lato R. O. Dun  was valued at two and a half millions  Anti-Church Unionists stormed a  church in Whittlngly.  The Canadian barquo Vonerer, 114  days overdue, has reached Halifax  President Diaz, of Meslco, has  taken the oath of oflice for anothor  four years.  Mr. Chas. Marcilamp was banquetted In London by his follow journalsts  Dr. Young nnd J. A. Schoenau; of  Virden, died suddenly on Saturday  Arthur Weir, night editor of the  Ottawa Citizen, killed himsolf with a  revolver shot.'  In an'accldent on the Mexican Central! railway 20 persons were killed  and CO Injured.  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  Is the leading newspaper et  the great mining districts ot  West Kootenay. It gives all  the latest mining,' telegraphic and local news, written up  ln authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unquestionable InformaUon. It enjoys  a large circulation and Is con-  ���������erjaently unequalled as aa  advertising medium ln the  field In which tt to Buwiehed.  /  The Revelstoke  I'lerald i-*-'"* w������<My  Has moro readers in North  Kootenay thnn any other paper;  has more advertisers In RevelBtoke than any other paper;  does more job, prlnUng In the  city than any other paper; it's  news Is more spicy and up-to-  date; its Influence Is greater;  Its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; Its sab  scription rate 13 only $2.00 pei  annum; it covers the field. Try  lt and be with the crowd.  Write to  "    REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  Steription $2,00. Per RiMm  fl.25-'For Six tack  StriBtlu in Mmu.  It takes, a foremost pioce ln  the race tor prominence and  popularity with business  houses and as a consequence  doea more -. business with  those requiring printed statl-'  onery and office supplies than  any other printing .-establish  ment Im Eastern British Col- .  umbta. The class ot. work  turned out has been Dtonoaa-  oea equal to any thing ot the  kiwi executed In -the large  cities by much. Jargsr print-  eriest  -       -  Job Printing Department  IB equipped with the latest  faces in type designs-and alt,  work entrusted to The Herald  la handled by exprteaowJ  workmen who.thoroughly, un-  darstaad the. proper use ot the.  material   at   their   disposal.  The Herald does not date to-  be the only printing noose In  the district but lt does elates  t������ be ,:.J-!^.'  Thoroilgblu Up-Yo-Date In  -Eieni Particular  And ln a position to give as  good value for the money expended, either tor advertising  space ln -its- publication or  for job printing;'as can be  given by any other house of  the kind'In BriUsh Columbia.  Write for'estimates and sam  ples of printing. All  turned oat promptly aad satisfactorily. .: One price to aH.  No'Job' can-be too large or  too small for The Herald's  consideration. Special fajUam-  tlon given  to' orders by mail.  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS : Tuesdays and Fridays.  ffiijftlpljy%#������j  h&L&X&Z&X  iafcri* *rtfH������ ArrtWrr- faflrrf futtJ.  '    <i  i  i  * ���������  Another British Reverse in South Africa  The Dewetsdorp Garrison Surrenders  to the Boers.  THE OCCURRENCE REGARDED AS DEPLORABLE.���������CANA  DIANS MEET WITH A SPLENDID RECEPTION  IN   ENGLAND.  London,    Nov.    30.���������Lord    Roberts ? to sco the Canadians at Windsor Bta-  c&bles from Johannesburg, under date  of November 28: "The Dewetsdorp  sarrison of two guns df the alxty-  olghth field battery, with detachments  of Uio Gloucester regiments," High-,  land Light infantry, and IrlBh rines,  (00 in all, surrendered at 5:30 p.m.  on November 33rd. Our losses were  IS men killed and 42 wounded, Including Major H. J. Anson and Captain Digby. The enemy are said to  be 2.B00 strong. Fourteen hundred  men were despatched from Edenburg  B> relieve Detwetsdorp, but did not  aueceed In reaching there in timo.  General Knox Joined this force and  found Dewetsdorp evacuated. General  Knox pursued and Is reported to have  successfully engaged Steyn and De  Wet near Uie Vaal banks. The  Boors retired west and - south west  General Knox's messengers waited -to  got through so I have no details." ,  London, Nov. 30.���������The Telegraph  and Express, which do not accept tbe  unfavorable reports as to the succession to the chief command in South  Africa, say they understand ~ Lord  Kitchener Is to assume control today.  The Post'says: "Tho surrender at  Dewetsdorp looks still worse K the  light of the suggesUon that probably  half the towns that are garrisoned in  Uie territories of Uie republic are ln  no better situations 'to resist attack."  The Standard describes this as deplorable, unaccountable, and at Uie  present juncture doubly unfortunate.  Orange River, ' Nov. 29.���������Oenoral  tterzom, in command of 580, Boers,  holding a splendid position on a  range of precipitous rocks, near the  -.village of InchoU, completely barring  ihe British advance, attacked Colonel  Henry Hamilton Settles' column on  Tuesday morning.' After five hours  hard fighting the Boers were expelled  from Uie position, losing heavily. The  Uritlsh losses' were small.  ��������� Gdanburg, Orange River Colony,  Nov. 29.���������The Boers are active be-"  iween Uie railroad and Basutoland,  south of Ladybrand, Thaba N'Chu  nnd Bloemfontein. De Wet and  Steyn are near "De Wet's Dorp. It  is believed they are preparing for a  descent on Cape Colony for recruits  and supplies. As a countermove  two battalions of Guards, the Grenadiers and Uie First Coldstreams held  all Uie fords of Uie Orange river from  Aliwal North to Orange River Station. Small parties of mounted  Doers, however, are able to cross the  river almost anywhere. The British  have great need of more mounted  troops otherwise, the capture of De  Wet is hopeless.  ��������� London, Dec. 1���������No attempt Is  made to conceal the. extreme irritation felt at the adoption of a vote of  sympathy with Mr. Kruger by the  French chamber" of deputies. The  morning, papers are unanimous in de-  ' daring that no intervenUon of any  kind will be allowed to change* the  llritish policy in South Africa.  New York, Dec. 1.���������The Boer sympathizers at The Hague are generally  Tlisappointed aud dissaUsfled that Mr.  tion today several persons were injured.  Colonel Otter, Lieutenant Colonel  Buchanan and Captain McDonald, remained at the castle by the command  of Uie Queen to dine with Her Majesty.' and ���������' the royal family in thc  evening.  The Queen's speech to the CanadV.  ans was as follows:  'I am very glad to see you here  today,   and   to    express    my    warm  TROUBLE IN TURKEY  The Porte Objects to the Presence of  tho Kentucky in Turkish Waters.  New York, Nov. 29.���������Cable advices  say that the Vienna Tageblatt publishes a despatch from Constantinople that the Turkish council of  ministers have held a council to determine whether or not the sending  of the United States battleship Kentucky to Smyrna should be regarded  us an act of hostilities. According  to the Tageblatt despatch the home  ministers urge the severance of diplomatic relations with the United  Slates and even went so far as to  threaten war unless the Kentucky  should be withdrawn from Turkish  waters. The ministers express the  belief that the European powers  would not permit the United States  to attack Turkey, and that country  therefore would be safe in taking a  defiant attitude.  SLY OLD JOE  Dual  Went  to  Malta    to  SetUe    a  Language Difficulty.  London, Nov. 30.���������It transpires that  Mr. Joseph Chamberlain's visit to  Malta, ostensibly a pleasure trip, is  primarily undertaken for the purpose  of examining on thc spot the merits  of the long standing dispute in regard to  the use  of the Italian lan-  gago as an official medium.     It may  louay.   ana   to    express    my     warm   b(J confldenuy statcd that the official  thanks  for   the    admirable    services ; ,���������������������������,���������������������������  mnat  ho  ^^y,   of,nr. thn  rendered during the war by tho Can-  vdinn trope.    I wlBh you a safe and  happy return to your homes."  The Canadians marched past to the  tune of "Vive la Canadienne." Tho  regiment was afterwards photographed by special, request of the Queen.  Ottawa, Nov.' 30.���������A cable was received -today from Colonel Otter  stating that the Canadian troops got  a most enthusiastic reception in England and that they intended sailing  for Canada by tho Lake Champlain,  Elder-Dempster line, on December 11.  A TRIBUTE FROM THE  TIMES  language must be English after the  expiration of an 'interregnum the  length of which has not yet boon decided upon. Thc French and some  Italian newspapers have been busy  endoavorlng to mako an international  question out of the change, but their  efforts were not destined to be in Uie  least successful.  ROSS' RETIREMENT  A    Eulogistic    Survey    of   Canadian  Achievements,  London, Nov. 29.���������The Times today  makes a most eulogistic survey of  Canadian achievements during the  war, placing'the Canadian soldiers  above all other colonials as gunners,  troopers or infantry. The article  concludes thus: "Throughout Uie  campaign the Canadians, whether as  gunners, troopers or infantrymen,  proved themselves as brave, trustworthy soldiers in tho face of thc enemy. They have never lacked any  of these qualities which marked the  contingents from the other colonies,  but one misses in them the apparent  recklessness of the Australians, and  the scouUng temper of the African  bred colonial. Canada may well be j  proud of their behavior alike in field  and camp."-  Says  There  Is  Absolutely  no  Truth  in the Report.  Toronto, Nov. 29.���������Premier Ross  lias definitely contradicted the scare-  head stories printed in the Mail this  morning of his approaching retirement. 'The whole story was no doubt  hatched to influence the bye-elections  in Welland. Mr. Ross stated thero  was not a word of truth in the statement and he had no intention of.resigning the leadership of thc party in  Ontario. His relations with the Liberal party, he said, had been of a  most cordial character, and although  the majority was not as large as  .might be desired he had the utmost  confidence that in the next appeal thai  is made to the province the majority  will be largely increased.  ROOF FELL  IN  And  TROOPER  DEERING  DEAD  .Fall  Strathcona    Man    Killed  by  a  From His Horse.  Ottawa, Nov. 29.���������Sir Alfred Milner  cabled to Lord Minto" as follows:  "Cape Town, Nov. 27.���������28G, Trooper  R. Deering, of Strathcona's Horse,  was severly_ injured by a fall from a  horse at Frederickstad, "on November  Sth. (Signed): " Milner." Trooper  Deering belonged to ,C. squadron. His  brother resides at Deer River, Man.  AUSTRALIAN  OUTLAWS  Captured   by   Armed   Settlers    After  Several  Fiendish  Crimes  Vancouver.   Nov.; 30.���������The   R.M.S.  Warrimo  arrived   from   Australia last  Nearly   a  Hundred  People  Lost  Their Lives.  San Francisco, Nov. 30.���������A revised  list of the dead in yesterday's hor-i-  bl*j accident to a crowd of men and  br.ys witnessing Uio Stanford football  g-.ime from the roGf of a glass manu-  fi:ctury, shows 14 names. More than  100 persons fell into the furnace of  the factory when tho roof collapsed.  The injured now .being cared for in  hospitals or at their, homes, number  S". and .of theso several cannot recover.  UURIED. ALIVE  Winnipeg  The   Awful   Fate  of  Two  Men  Belmont. Dec. 1.���������Robert McLean,  ased 20 years, with a. man namfd  Pewters, both' of Winnipeg, were  buried alive this afternoon while  making an excavation here today to  build a windmill. Young McLean  was instantly killed and Powers is  so seriously injured that his recovery  is doubtful. -Both  were  members of  ,.    --     ,_     ^nLn& o0S.ue^rinF 7������rt thaj    ������^   the Northern Pacific bridgo building  Kruger has  changed his plans, says ' October  29th   the  finedwsh  deeds  of _      McLean's' body   will   bo sent  to Winnipeg, tomorrow.  a Herald despatch from Antwerp.  3ome'persons think that Uie Dutch  government itself has been instrumental in keeping him away from  Holland until the enthusiasm shall  calm.    The Boer headquarters in The  the outlawed New South Wales blacks  Jimmy ' and Joe Groveraor. were  brought to an abrupt termination by  the capture of Jimmy by a body of  armed' settlers, near Wingham, N.S.W.  The  black    was    severely    wounded  Hague announce that the  immed'ate   bcior������ ho surrendered. Joe eluded hi's  lilans of Mr. Kruger are unknown' pursuers uatil the 30th, when he was  run   down   and,'' shot    dead  by   two  farmers near Singleton.  Prior, to  the   capture   tho   Grover.  nors had committed 100 crimes, rang- i  DE WET'S GREAT COUP  In Capturing 400 British Troops, Has  MACKENZIE! AND MANN  Will Erect Immense Pulp . Mills    at  Fort Francis. _ ,  Winnipeg, Nov. 29.���������Messrs. Mackenzie and Mann, the railway magnates, have decided to erect immense  pulp mills at Fort- Francis next  summer when their Canadian North-  QUEBEC NOMINATIONS.  The Local Government has 31 Seats by  Acclamation.  Montreal, Que., Dec. 1.���������The result  of Uie nominations for 'the "Quebec  legislature which took place yesterday throughout Uie province of Quebec  is that 31 supporters of tho Pa.-jnt  Liberal government have been returned by acclamation. The.", ar'.  73 seats in the legislature, so that the  Liberals havu ciiried a consi-ic-rablc  proportion of the t: tal ropresea fttij"  without opposition All the members  of the Parent government wer? elivt-  cd by accla-nitin . Premier Parent,  in St. Huvoar; Di-ffie, in Brome; '1 u> ���������  geon, in B<j!l3chasse; Dechesn, In  L'Islet; Gouin, in St. Louis division  of Montreal; and Dee Gurin, in St.  Annes, Montreal-  The Liberals carried four out of six  division of the city of Montreal, and  out of the thc three divisions of the  city of Quebec. In addition to tho  31 constituencies for which the members wore returned yesterday' without opposition, there are 42 seats. The  Conservatives have nominated can.  didates and arc putting up a fight in  34 of theso. In five the fight Is between two Liberals, or a Liberal and  an Independent, and nominations m  the three constituencies, Chicoutiml,  Sugueuay-Gaspc and thc Magdalen  Islands will take place at a later date.  The probabilities arc that the Liberals will have a larger majority In'tho  next legislature than they had in the  last one, iu which they hold 53 out of  73 seats. If the Conservatives manage to held their own on December  7th when the elections take place they  will be doing well. Mr. Flynn,  who represented Gaspe in the last election, is a stranger to the county,  but as it returned a Conservative at  the recent Dominion elections, it is  Hoped that Mr. Flynn will be able to  carry it. Following are the suppor-  tres of Uie Parent government who  were elected by acclamation:  Arthabaska���������P. Tourlgny.  Bagot���������F. H. Dalgnault  Beauce���������Dr. Bell.  Bellechasse���������A. Turgeon.  Berthier���������C.-.A. Chenevere.  Brome���������H. T. Duffle.  Charlevoix���������Jos. Morln.  Hochelaga���������J. Decarriere.  Lake St. John���������Geo. Tanguay.  Levis���������Chas. Langlier.  LTslet���������F. G. M. Dechene..  Montmagny���������XV. Roy.  Megantlc���������G.  R.  Smith.  Maskinonge���������-H. Caron.  Nanlerville���������C. H. Dorm.  Rimouski���������A.: Tessier.  St. Hyaclnthe���������Jos. Morln.  St. Saveur���������S.' N. Parent.  Temiscouta���������N. Dion.  Yamaska���������J. 'Allard.  Montreal, St." James���������L. Gouln.  Montreal, St. Louis���������H.    B.    Raln-  ville. '  Montreal. St. Antoine���������M. Hutchinson.  Montreal. St. Anne���������J. L. Guerin.  Ottawa County���������C. B. Major.  Port Neuf���������J. Tessier.  Quebec Centre���������J.  Robitaille.  Quebec "West���������J. G. Hearn.  Quebec County���������N. Carneau.  Mattane���������D. Caron.  Vaudrieul���������Dr.  Laboudc.  CATTLE SHIPMENTS  The  Season. Reviewed  From  a Monfi  treal Standpoint.  ing from robbery and violence to the i -"    r~Uw'ay~win be. completed tothat  murder of nine persons ,andl the out- ��������� T*    capactty Gf    the    mills  rage  of. women    and    children,    all,^,,, \  Ciused Great Anoyance in England,;'| [i^^^^^^SZ'' Tn" in gffi-^^w&^w  is abundant in  the  ��������� ��������� New York, Nov. 30.���������-Isaac Ford  says in" his cable today, that tlio news-  ��������� papers express.great; annpyance^atthe  latest coup - of Uie- "ubiquitous DeWet.  The surrender-or 400.British troops to  a body of Boer irregulars at this stage  ot Uie campaign is spoken of as a  ' deplorable  and  almost unaccountable  was sent' to Sydney after his capture  and his trial has been set for December 9th. .-. ��������� -     ',-���������',''���������  THE YELLOW TERROR  Naturalized  Japs Claim  Their  Right  to Vote at Federal Elections  i., _     ���������      .  ��������� Vancouver,   Dec   1.���������Chief   Justice  ������E^������J^J*3^-EK5   McOoll   gaveI  hi.   decision   today  in  Uie neighboring  32S5 iSSeJU^SSSTO  ������ft^������^SSSd elrap������deX'deS  4th/five companies of ^������*H*- ^^^^^l^on^^  ing in Canada.-  years to come  neighborhood.  -FORTNIGHTLY ^PAY-BAY-irf^  and mounted rifles were' captured by . SfikosTwrtera"' ' list."     In effect Chief  h,a^^B������lr^rt!S^ly^^^SS,' SKSSJkhS naSuralized^Japs  was  but the*dMnotrtwTin atDeists--~'������������������*������ ���������i"-8* ��������������� taeJr had no ������J*ht to  doro*Tthout miking a  i5������ne Eh!' dtoertnJtaat* between' born and natu-  -- iTwouVdVbe   Stealing .^le^E^f* British .abject*    ������&,������,*?  ' however,   why the guns were not dls-f ^"V1?11 ������*. ������".?,?& to vo^e    It  '     ���������     : surrendered, them they had-aright^ to vote    .As  I there  are  hundreds    of    Japs    nere  fraudulently naturalized  British sub.    Jects and as they "havo all a right to  Paris. Dec. l.-The senate Tester-1 rote at" the ele^onn^Mt^e������k there  day, by a unanimous vote, passed a was cpneternatioo amongst Liberals  .resolution,similar to that adopted by and Coiiservattves and it ia an  the chamber of depuUes yesterday, ex- owing to this flimsy **>-^��������� na������e  pressing sympathy with Kruger on the ratiraUpn laws .which tempted me  occasion of his visit to France. Kruger Japs to commit fraud.  and Leyds took a carriage this after-  ��������� noon, and made a number of farewell  visits. They visited the Palais du  Luxembourg a,nd had a conversation  with the president of, the senate.  To Be Asked for   by Employees   of  Canadian Railroads.  Montreal, Nov. 9.���������A movement is  on foot among Uie railway employees  of the two great Canadian systems,  the Grand Trunk and" the Canadian  Pacific, which may-lead'to united-representations among the different  classes-of workers with a view to the  establishment'of a fortnightly instead  of a monthly pay day, throughout the  system.  1  &  y,yy\  ST.   ANDREW'S DAY  Was Loyally Celebrated Yesterday in  Winnipeg  Winnipeg, Dec. 1.���������Yesterday being  St. Andrew's day, dedicated to the  patron paint of .Scotland, tho , St.  Andrew's society and its honored  guests and friends last night celebrated tho 22nd anniversary of tho  formation of that patriotic organization at a swell dinner at Uie Leland  hotel, at which covers were laid for  over 250.  GERMAN COMMANDER  Lying at thc Point of Death in China.  London, Nov. 30.���������A despatch to a  news agency from Pekin says that  Colonel Yorck, in command of tho  Gorman column, is lying at the point  of death at a village between Kala-  gan and Pekin. His illness was  cased by inhaling fumes from a stove  in a bedroom! Count Von Waldersee will take in Colonel Yorck's  columns.  UROWING  HOTTER  at     the  Is   thc   Political    Situation  Coast  Vancouver, B. C. Dec. 3.���������The poli-  Ucal situation is growing hotter and  hotter here. Tho Liberal papers  make the ridiculous charge that Chief  Justice McColl's decision that Japanese could vote was .part of a Tory  trick. Mr. G. R. Maxwell says that  Sir Wilfrid Laurier has wired that if  he cannot change Chief Justice McColl's decision by repcul he will  amond the law at once.  THE MOLSONS BANK  INCORPOBATKD BY ACT OF PAWLIAlfBMT,   1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Authorised Capital  Paid up Capital  Rnst Fund  S2.500.000  2.170.000  1,860,000 ^  DIBECT0E8-   Wu. Hoibos MAcrmiasov, Preetdent;  S. H. Ewikg, Vloe-Pre  dait 3  W. If. EA1CBAV, 8AKOKL FlHLXT, 1T.HBT ARCHIBALD, J, p. CUOSOBB ZS  H. MiBKl-tlfD MO������gQ������. ^  Jakes ESxiot, General Manager.  A general banking business transacted,     Interest allowed at current:  rates. j. D. MOLSON,  Haxaqek, Rkvklstou, B.C.  A DOCTOR KILLED  Train    in  Dr. Hopkins Killed    by a  Montreal.  Montreal, Dec. 3.���������Dr. F. A. Hopkins, a leading young Montreal physician, was killed on Saturday morning by the Grand Trunk' express at  Montreal West. He jumped off Uio  steps, hoping to 'regain the train at  Uie rear car, and In doing so was  struck by Uie outgoing Brockville  tram.  COMPANY  J, D. Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave,  RATE $l.oo PER DAY  y  .WfSOR0H--K.-r.VEO 'iS?������-  abled before the' garrison-1  LIONIZING KROGER IN PARIS  FARQUARSON'S MANIFESTO  ROYAL CANADIANS  CHINESE REBELLION  Ten Thousand Troops   Said to Have  ���������   Joined Prlnco Tuan.  Shanghai, Nov.   30.���������A   missionary  in 'the province of Kan Suo reports  that 10,000 troops under General Tung  !pn Siang have entered that province  Signally Honored by Her Majesty at and^ned *^?������^������������S;  WiMSOr   Castle. j -fog t^n obtaining supplies from the  London. Dec- 1-The, ���������^h������1 of '***; - jB^^KK  the Royal Canadian nw���������^who ������������������������ ������������������ th0 rf^y, to send'  Have just returned from South Africa delay'eight quick firing guns,  wore enthu^aBtica^ly-received by the   ��������������������������� Vlccyro/hasqordcrd that the  people,of Windsor tois morning. The T    ^   reported  that  ZF%?%J������tt&w3& &��������� *���������<* ******oi ���������������.-*;-���������'"  the quadrangle. '' Her Majesty, ib ad-  - dressing    the     Canadians;   'thanked  ������hem "for the immense services they  ' had rendered to thc    empire.      The  officers were then presented individ-  ������ually,. after which the Queen sum-  . moned Prlvato ��������� Armstrong, of   New  Brunswick, who had lost a log during  Halifax, Nov. 29.���������-A Charlottetown,  P. E. X. special.says: "Premier Far-  quharson has issued a manifesto basing the dissolution" on the ground that  there are several vacancies and only  one more session of the late parliament. He points out thc insufficient  revenues and' expresses the - hope  that Uie just' demands of the province,  will receive recognition; at ^the- next"  session of the Federal parliament."  ine"  VAN HORNE AT CUBA  parent,  is still alive and  sear Pekin.  in biding  PARLIAMENT  - January  Has Been  Prorogued    Till  1 the 14th.  Ottawa, Dec- 1.���������An extra    of Uie  the .campaign, but who Joined in the  Canadian Gazette   has    been    issued  'march on crutches.      After Uio sol-' formally proroguing parliament until,  J 'idlers'' had been shown over the. state  January- 14th.      Before  this date  is'  1 apartments they were   entertained ut' reached It'is likely that the  -notice  -luncheon in the.royal riding school.,,    summoning parliament   for Uie*~dca-  Lohtlou, Nov. 30.'���������During tho crush  patch of business will be published.  Santiago de Cuba, Nov. 29.���������-The  Cosmopolitan club entertained Sir  William Van Home, of Montreal, last  night.to a dinner, the.function being  the most brilliant' that Santiago has  known since the American occupation  began. All the'prominent Americans  and foreigners, together with the con  suls and principal Cuban officials  were present.  THE SIFTON CELEBRATION  Brandon, Nov. 29.���������Great preparations are being made here ��������� for the  banquet to Mr. Sifton on Friday  night. The big opera house is now  being elaborately decorated and fully  600 people are expected. All arrangements for the banquet are now  about completed, and the greatest interest -is being shown in it by all  classes of ciUzcns.  " MoDt.cal, Nov. 24.���������Now that the  shipping season is drawing to a  cU*se, ine cattle shipper Here are  fiKUiiijg up their shipments and pro-  lics fcr tne year. Notwithstanding  the high steamship freights winch  have ruled since the opening of  r..*.". isuon on the St. Lawrence tho  exportcis say that the year 1900 -has  been tuU> equal to the -previous  year. ' \ ery good prices tor Canadian cattle in the British marKets  were obtained - during - the first three  months of the season; and they have  been maintained a.most ever since.  Tho freights on cattle'this year averaged $13 a head, as compared with  $8 last year. Hay, too, is" about IU  per ton dearer this year. The closing of the British market against  Aigontino cattle, on account of the  foot and mouth disease, greatly heln-  ed the maikets for Canadian, cattle.  Up ' to the middle .of the present  month the cattle shipments had been  larger than . those of the previous  year,' and this., notwithstanding the.  fact Uiat-Willian Lenack ot Toronto,  ���������who-was-the'-siicond-Iieaviest-shipper  from the port of Montreal-last'year,  went out of the business early in  September last.  The total number of live stock  shipped from Montreal during the  present season ud to thc 15th inst  was as follows:  Cattle..1       87,525  Sheep    32,703  Horses : '...     2,776  This latter ��������� figure does not include,  however, the horses shipped to South  Africa, of which there was fully as  large a number shipped to that point  during the summer. - Last year- the  total number of cattle shipped from  Montreal was 81.804 and 58,277  snoop. It will thus be observed that  so far as cattle shipments are conl  cerned there has been an" increase thiB  year,'while sheep" shipments " have  fallen off. It is expected that the  total cattle shipments from Montreal  for the season will be over 90,000  head. There are over a dozen steamships yet to sail from this por before the close of navigation.  As usual Gordon &. Ironsides are  the heaviest exporters. Tho scarcity of ocean going steamers coining  to Montreal is responsible for the  high freight rates which have prevailed durintr Uie season.  The Canadian cheese exporters are  also congratulating themselves at tho  close of what they say has been a  good season for them. There has  been a large increase in the bulk of  business done between Canada and  Great Britain in this commodity.  Since the opening of navigation  from Montreal up to Nov. 10th the  number of cheese shipped was 1,909,-"  265, as against 1,775,958 shipped during the corresponding period of last  year. Tho shipments of butter during the same period" was 211,296  pounds as against 359.981 pounds last  year, which shows a falling off 111 the  quantity shipped during the present  year. Shipments are now being  made to Portland, but of course these  are not taken into .consideration in  making up the totals.  inpai  Mixture  TQSflCCO  lhe merit of an article is  prov'd not so much by the  lriends ������t makes as the friends  it keeps, This is espscially  true of tobacco. Some tobaccos  have a temporary Jarge sale  and then no one smokes them  again,  The H. B. Co. Imperial Mixture differs from these and has  a steady and continuous sale  always increasing year after  year.    It keeps tlie  friends  it  In 1 lb, ������ Ib. and ������ lb. tins.  The  } olumbia  House. .  Good accommodation. &. good .>u  well supplied with choice wiuf.-  liquors and cigars.   .        .'- -    '  Free Bus Meets All Trakis  Bpown  & Pool  Proprietors  ���������P. .-BURNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail- Dealers  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  aed   and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  Saddle and   Pack  Horses Always  for Hire.  Fieighting and  Teaming a  Specialty.  Daily- Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at.      0 clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write '  ���������   CRAIG & HILLMAN,-Thomson's LAN-D1N0  IMPE8I4S- BW  OF 6J\NADA  Head Office. Teronto.  Capital Authorized,    -    $2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up. 32.458.603.C0  Rest, $1,700,000.00  ably furnished ' with. the' choicest  the market affords.     Best' Wines  .Liquors and Cigars.     Large, - light  bedrooms. Rates    $L    u    day.  Monthly rate.  J. IH Stt. ftf:  PACIFIC  AHD SCO LINE.  EMPEROR NICOLAS  BETTER  London, Nov. 29.���������Emperor Nicholas, according to a despatch to , the  5 Times from St. Petersburg is now on  'the way to speedy recorery.  FATAL   ACCIDENT  Montreal, Dec. l.���������By tho'bursting  of a huge emery wheel, running at  a nigh .pressure, thi's morning, one  man was instantly killed and two  others  seriously  Injured.  DIRECTORS:  H. S.  Howland, President.  T.R.Merrltt,Vtee-Prefl,  8L   Catherines  William Ramsay, Robert Jaffray  Hugh  Ryan,   T  Sutherland,  Stayner  Ellas Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,  " Calgary,     Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,'      Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Rerelstoke.  Ontario: ,  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll,  Listowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, StThomas,  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton.  Quebec:  Montreal.  ..Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and interest allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial, Municipal,  and  other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������  Available at all points of Canada.  United Kingdom , United States.  Europe, India, China,- Jay-ao- Avi-  tralia, New Zealand etc  Gold   purchased.  This bank issues Special  Receipts  which - will be' accounted for at any  of the Hudson's  Bay Co's  Posts ln  the Tukon and' Northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  A*l".��������� r   Rp'vptalnVp- lti*nn*-li.i  STILL CONTINUES TO OPERATE FIRST-CLASS  SLEEPERS ON ALL  TRAINS FROM REVELSTOKE AND KOOTENAY  LANDING  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Drajftnaq.  Dr&ytaic and delivery work-*,' SMCtal-  ty. Teams always ready oa aaMtest  tiottM.*    Cnntrsata for InhMne*  Also Tourist Cars passing  .Dunmore Junction, Daily for  St. Paul, Saturdays for Mon  treal and Boston, Mondays  nnd Thuiv.days for Toronto  Same cars puss Kevelstoke one  day earlier.  No trouble to quote rates  and give you a pointer regarding the* Eastern Trip you  contemplate taking.  Fall and Winter Schedule now Effective  For Time-tablee. Rite*, and full information call 011 or address nearest  local agent, nr  T. A. BRAOSHAW. Af eat. Revtisttke  W F.APDERSON E. P.COYLE  , T. P.A.'. A.C.'P.A.  Nelson. B. C, Vancouver, 8. C.  REVELSTOKE  IR.0N WORKS  Blacksmithing,   Jobbing, -  Plumbing, Pipe Fitting,  Tinsmithing, Sheet Iron  -   Work," Machinery v Ke-  paired.  Mining    Work    a   Specialty  KOBT. GORDOV  RevelBtoke.  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  MACKKKZIK  AVK. 4--M-'i--r-M--f*i***M-**'t'M'***M*'S *���������!���������*  For the  next  3 Weeks *  u-c cauapi bs r.ble ;������ ncmc ike  innumerable ariiclc^ ibat cnn  bo nad fur  l Xmas Presents  out .is in other ycr.rs wc nave  '.n.* idrjzc5'-ami mo.st coiiipleie  sio*'-: iti Kevelstoke. Kvery.  -.hin0- '.ice* and up lo-.Ia'.e at tho .  Night Bell on-Door.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  KEVJiLSTOKE  *> *r-r'fr-I*'?--f-r-W"H--r*I-*r+ *r-M-*r*J"M*-r  fr  fr  /" *U   ^iA/   C^fuLiyjtv  4/  f  66  TAYLOR & GEORGE.  THE  I.ATK JAMJiK U1IX4.CU.  <0i:(jyr'  ?*������������/  0  Ci^yu,  ���������v  bargains  Local and   General  News  ���������Lainii biiiis at 2oc. ?,l. Iv.   Luvsons.  A. Bourgeois hns moved outjof town  to tJi'.iiirellacliiL*.  I  | Fraction Day. |  | TIip craicst nl, llu' poll* lieio llioni'ti f  ': !ci*i'ii wns riiiidni-lcil ������|iiii*lly nml will.  !. ;iuid humor tin nil sidi .**. Tiio loi'i  I villi" pnlli-il w.-is sm.-ill y.lO, ut>iii|i<ii-i-d li  ��������� iO!) Inst .liiiR'. Tim nsmmiiii'i'liii'iit of  Shannon ! . |)e ,.[,s���������it wns i*nllin>-in*������tic.'illy  i-ci r-ivcil hv Mr.  Mi-Kmih-'k   support pis  -O-ill.iiid seecmi* Xmas   Roods.   -M'| ;,*1V*���������K hi:il ns il iliil :i   iiiiijnrilv   of HO  | over .Mr. (liillihci'nnd of 72   over   Mr.i  The hour.-ut. '.h.-C. P. P. shops l.nvp    j,^,,,^    T|���������. lotil*   ,.���������*.,������������������,   in   tlu*   cor.-'  MitniMicy howi'viT raiscil tliu dumping  s-pirits nf tin* l,ilii*i'nl> and tlu-y  piii'iidccl I In* tiuvii with :i li.u.il nl  nho.it u:i1111iK''! ���������  ���������F.uu-y work luibki-ts   M.   K.   Law-  tons.  Bt*rt Gainer anil   A^uyi  fame up from Kt-rj^ii>r>,i Insl nielli  -Oil! and s  K. I^-iwson.s.  ���������i:lc    lo   I'ifjdil.  hci-ii   cut   down    this   w  hours.  Hon. T. M. Only anil Mayor (iondt-'vi*  ivrnt down on Thur.-ilnv morning lo  ltn-.-l.'iiul.  .Mrs. T. H.irroiis and family li*fi mi  Tiinr-d.iy I'.ir Trail, wlivn.* llu*y will in  fiiliirt* rwkli.,  Th������ Niaiiai;i'iiii'ia of tin" llak-yoii  J l"l rfpriiiKs (Jo. will itive their  aiinu'il tuill ahoul the 3rd  nf  .Juniiary.  M. J. O'lirion of tin* Ai'Mii." Soda  Walt-r Works has hi-i-n away un a  -, i-illu Vi-inoii tiiis wi'i'k.  I.".w Thompson and Harry Carter,  MM nf Lu dean'.-, well known pro.--  pi-clors art* in lown.  ���������Hiinilri.'ds of lieaiitiful Xmisr.irils.  calendar.-, and liooklcts, to ihoo.-i*  from at thu Canada Drntj; & Book Co.  The* Kuvelstolce Cigui* Coiiipiiny will  pl.ici* tlisir lirst cigars upon I lie uinvket  liu- nrat of next- week.  J. K.Taylor left this iiKiriiintc for  the old ..oiuilry, where h������ inton.ls to  spend the nexi couple of years.  ��������� A box of fifty El I'residi'iiL cijjurs  s thi* hest- X'ma.-j pri-M-ul you could  liny him.    Brown's.  Tiie llulel Victoria kitchen i.s now in  I'linrp-f nf :v fu\-t- class while cook, lhe  proprietor having dispensed wilh  Mongolian lalior.  ���������Some of the very latest, odors in  Borers anil Sallets perfumes just, fiom  France. Now opened up at the Canada  Drnij ������.t Bonk Co,  ��������� F. McCarty made ennsiderahli* purchases of Siiifjs in the Okai.ngan duriiiij;  his recent visit. The Vernon News  i-hiouicles the despilch of S2.0UO worth  to Nelson from Arnisuoiiir alone.  ���������The iiumher of articles suilahle for  Xmas presents is without nu-.iilier.  All tliu very latest for lhe liei^iiiiiiK of  the 2(1 th century at llie Canada l)ru*r  Ot Book Co.  Mrs. T. \V. Clraliaine and family of  TliniiisonV Linitini;, arrived in the  riiy Thiir.-day uveiiintr stntl will take up  lheir residence here fcr lhe winter.  Nicholas Flood Davin nnd Mrs.  Davin passed lhroiii;h llie city last  eveuini; en route to Vaniouver. Mr.  lJiiviu will likely deliver a lecture here  in lhe t oiir>e of a couple of weeks on  "The British House of Commons.  Uev. Chas. l.adner of Kamloops will  conduct hoth services in the Methodist cliurcli lo morrow, preaching in  liie interests of the missionary society.  Kev. S. J. Thompson, the pastor, will  occupy Mr. Ladner's pulpit iu Knu.-'  loops.  Prof. \V. 3. Ilnrvey, F.O.M.O.I.. has  extended his vi.~it inul may Im consulted ahoul nil i rrors of retraction  defects of vision and the lit ting of  spectacles* at J. Guy Bnrher's durinir  llie afternoon fiom 2 to 5 o'clock",  until Sat. Dec. loth.  ���������The linest. we are spunking of the  appearance of every suit Hint comes  fiom our hands. Each om? is invariably a fine cut. a line fit. and the finest  dressers in town wear lliem. We  ii';i'<i* every endeavor to pleas you.  Our fall stuck of goods challenges your  admiration.   Cres.-uian the Art Tailor.  The police will have charge of the  lollectioii of all property belonging to  ilie vi Re company anil members retaining nny property after the 15t.li inst..  will lie compelled lo pay collection  charges. Hand in to T. E. L. Taylor  wil houi delay.  Tomorrow (Second .Sunday in Advent) services will be as usual in St.  Peter's church. Kev. C. A. Procnniei  J^i_>liiciatiiig.^_1_Thi:oiigliout.Ail.vent_llu.i:e_  will be a short service and lecture on  the Prayer Book, followed by choir  priU'ticu at 7.30 every Wednesday  evening.  ���������Cored dies*- for men, wo oiake a  .-ludy of ir.eii nud styles. We fit in-  Hividiinls with clothes and give thetn  the be.-i appearance. Our garments  are noted lor chariil'ler nnd eipiality.  and ate popular I'cranse we make 'em  light. Our correct -nits will plense  jou.    Civssuiiiii the Art Tailor.  The Chrisluia*- supplement of the  11. C. Mining P.*'lord takes the shape  i.fa clinical number full of information  iilioill tin' pini'iiiii* ililerspelsed wilh  lighter .'.'.-tides and stiuic.-. R, E  tiosnell has an historical nltiele on the  governoi^s and lieiit. "_'overii'.rs of I he  province. Sir Henri Joly contribute- a  ������hnrt article on the merit*, of the  metric system- and (.'live Pnillipn  \Voolley a powerful story entitled the  Wetidigo. The number is profusely  illu-llilted and is iu*-l the thing lo  send inline thi.-, Christ mas as n ^oinen-  ir of Bviti-ii Columbia.  Conservative Meeting;.  A meeting of the Ubcrnl-tVnserv.-i  lives will be held in' the committee j  rooms on Monday evening. Elect ion |  of ollieers anil other important Iium- I  ness to be trniisacteil. All Conserva-,  lives are iiivit.'d to atend.  House to Let.  ."> !iirj.-������ rimnis nn.I ^^^t r-in-*- I'l'llnr. line  lilm-k Irvin Ih.; Coma lloiiif, nml on lot .'iilxUi.  foul. Terms���������fill per inonili iiii-linling unter  ro.iu: tn lju pniil in uilviuiee monthly.  ���������ov.8 Apply to .I.D. SIIIUAI.I1.  ALL KINDS  OF  68  66  M. K. LAWSON'S    @>  Mackenzie Ave. /JD  ^.A4,.;,,i.i,*.i.4.4-;"r*l"l"-I"i-i"t*i"l"l'i**'i"l'*  f "                          ~ *  2J We Repair  fr  t WATCHES %  '4 CLOCKS, t  T unit nil kinds ol Jewellery fr  fr *  * If the   wovl:   is   not Mitisfnetnry  i\e fr  fr refiunl your inonry. ^ T  fr WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK J  ���������5* nml siiinil by our (."jnriiiitee. X  "5" X  fr 'We nlso i-nrrvn irooil lino of Wnti'hes ,*_  ���������f* nml Jewellery,' ivhieli ������<-' illopose of nt ,J,  fr innilerate prii:es. *  Ie.m.-allxjm, I  :X  penence;  '.There'arc. tv/o vital: points  in the drug business: experience and purity.  . Our experience is lieyoml que.stton  mill the purityof our ilruBS.In itinir-    :  uuteeil.   I'reserii','tioiis'tlint nrelltleil'  here arii reliable.  *      .    .       ':.  We shall.be glad to serve you.:-.{.-'���������'"���������..'.  'RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  Geo^fo^'CurtiSy'  TAYLOR BLOCK.:  McKenzie Ave  Glifistm^s;|i9.0d  """-""-'  '���������'-��������� \^yl-::-y.:^y}:'i'r'.  Men's All Wool Tweed Suits  Regular Prices, $8, $10, 16  Cut to $4, ?6, $8  '.���������;:^:-V4E^NT^:<vi:'-::::.  ���������Men's all Wool, Serge and Tweed  m^BWi  ���������������^���������1  If You Wish a Loan  ' in  m  m.  eaa  Consult the-  To Buy a Hoitie  To Build a Home  To Pay Off a JLoan  Canadian Birkfteck Investmenl & Savings Co  It is ns Ensiy to Pav Off a Loan from The Birkbcck  . , as it is to 1'ay Bent.  Full particulars on application.  F. B. LEWISr  Local Agent.  G. S. McCARTER/  Solititor.  ,'n.s.  'REGULAR. PRICE���������$2-$3-and:?4-;  CUT TO���������$i oo���������?i so-$2.  JlUXJJC,  Men's Beautiful Silk Ties  REGULAR   PRICE���������SOC-60C-7SC���������and ?i oo  CUT TO���������20c. each.  HATS  REGULAR PRICE���������$i 50-82 00-$2 S������-$3 oo-lfcj 7s-$4 00  CUT TO-?i 00���������?i 50��������� ������2 co-,$3 oo-$3 25  We are also giving a Cash Discount of 20 per  ��������������������������� L--'-\ eent. off all cur BOOTS and SHOES  J  Clearing Sale  of Stoves  .������������������'..;���������:'Wi? will offer ;froiii iitiw  uiitil the end of thi.s iiiiinlli  r< iiui' entire large iimV well  assorted stuek .oT Oook  St lives inul Box Stoves ,'it  Cunt Priei".; .'  : These .Stoves luiviiiff lieen  ���������iiireliiisi'tl before ���������' lhe nd-  v.'iiii't.' in prim ttru iiiueh loss  than [iri't-eiiL eost.   ������������������.-i. ���������.���������.���������/;  SLovi's will lie marked in  plain li^iiri's. mid will lie  wild foi'.CASH ONLY.  W. M. Lawrence  ������������������KSTATE'. :  . ���������.-Tinware.. ,���������'       Stoves,  l'nlnts. Oils niiil Glims.  UBJt-Ageiit for llaniilton I'owiler Co.  Iteil Hoso Popree meets sci-onil ami fourth  Fridays of imeli iiionth; Wlilte Rose l)nKre������  meets Hrst Friilny of ench liiiiiitli.IhOiliirelloiTi*  Hull.   VisitliiK lirethren welcimiH.  '���������.���������������������������������������������"��������� '.���������������������������.; W.M. MATIIEKP,  . Hwretury.  Court  Mt. Be|jbi������  I. 0. F��������� No. 3461.  Meets In thn Oild/el.  lows' 1iu.11.cn, tlii'sccnnit  mill fonrlli Mondnvs of  eneli iiionth. :, vis'itlne  liri'ihrvn. Invited lo 111.  term."  rter.'LA.-~.-<&?r.  It. R. ATICIN?.:  Chief nniiger.  C.W. MITCH KI.i.,  Hee.-riei'.  :.'  :.   - v":Tlic lon^, ilelieute elmin is tlie correct luljunet-for.a ,  Dainty Time Pieee. nml is.usetil in so.many oilier. ,  ,   ways you imn't.afford to bo without one; , :' '\  ���������\Vcoffer .sjict'iAl bnrgiiinslii these fashionablo ehiiins  - .eitherwith or \vitlioiu;t.he wftteh. :    :i/  GUY BARBER^ W'atchrnaicer and Jeweller^  ; ^������������������������Maekenzie"Avenue'. '. ,:i,- ,        ':",.'', ��������� .'.?..;���������.  THE   FRED   ROBINSON    LUMBER   CO^  The l.ciicllnj*  Watehinaker 1  nd Jeweler.  .Y.^..|i*^..|..|.ij..T..j..;.^.^..r..I..T.^..> -I..>^"I������T"T*+ I'  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No.  1658.  s HcKiilar meeting- nre held   in  1 In  Sr/fi Oitiliellov.'.s Hall on  the Thinl  Iti  -WP5,. dav or eiii'li niontli. nt t.  p.m  slmri>  ���������* " Viiitiiis lirullin-ii cordiall;* i*.i\iiud  THOS. STKKH, W.M  All nature is .-.mitin^ and i;ny���������  Should you u'o li 11111111;; today;  And shorn liyuim-l luek.  .Hear, Ueur. I'arlriduu or Piii-k.  1 can mount '0111 for moderate pay.  K.W. EDWARDS, Taxiderr  Third Street, ItevebtoUe, II. C.  lTS?-l'. O. Box���������18.  USt  1:1   vour  To. Housekeepers  SLSf Now is thc   time   to   pui  Winter's supply of  VegetPubles  at reasonable prlee-.   Tlio goods are  lirst eln:-3 anil iut'ltide  ~BEET"S7ONI0NSrPARSNI'PS7  Christmas^:Gr>cerie^  S";Sy;,H'HCoiQfectibnery"-"'^l  ;r;".'^:^;-vvy:_;'-:;-^c':a"'4'o^\.'::;.\j?'v"';. ';/V:-V;-  MM-fWimm'S'  ^���������^^o^sa^''^-:^  -OniiniV.'iitertliis diit'p.oiit' priees for Gut Firewood will   lie as "follows:.-  }0i,i:^$i&Q^  yPRIGES.-GUT ;FOR: :CASH  '���������' ���������;'://[ FRED?_RO BI NSO N; .^?-5^ J%-^I^-V!v.; ^^^^^.^X^rrri ��������� '^ --V^J- K;M45aR������ng^''pii''ectorlv.  '.'.h'arso 11 nd WisI 1';Lighted  Sample lioonlS..���������....   ^;  ;'''���������'%������������������^"���������;-^::������������������������������������''r-r - ;^;^ "v!:;?^-Iteiue(l;hy'U-Io*: Air ai:d^li;ioi.trie;  '.'"������������������,;" '*'������������������-'LL'L:.-;.���������'���������'���������-'������������������:���������..;��������� -::������������������:< Hells and -Eight in.every room'  ��������� ������������������.���������.-���������..-������������������-:���������:..���������:���������.������������������������-���������;'      -������������������..-;-...������������������.->���������."..' -'-l-Tree -lliis"Meets>All Trains,-':.::.:; ;"' ^--"^-r;.-^ ;-"���������::���������;-::���������:>":--'-;;;:^  "���������-.'':''::-:-'-.  '".,LL::'-''r ���������   .'. ������������������' ;---w'L;"~':L:.rIIeasouahle KatesC;:.'..^'..:'.'::;'-.--':L',-:'L.^'-^;L:''^ ';':''���������''���������.:��������� ::-.'L'L"rL  ':[:L^^W&y':LM'^  ~r'L Ly/:':^  Kourlv Klreet''Car������������������-",,' ' :-   ' ������������������'���������'���������. %':-L:y'.-'L':"^  I'eiween' Hotel 'iitiil:Sc:UipJi-.,,;,-:-,:-'-.f ."-.;.".': "'"-.���������  |iIi^I|S|i:^ilg||  Wmmm0M  Is hotter than 'riches'-.".V-:.'���������".'.;. -;". , r  We have tho name of making  ���������'tliu only Stylish Suits iu Town;  ;,..   , ;���������fur; durability  ami- quality  .':��������� they, alsiji excel. V ".'.-t- :;:;:,' ��������� :���������'������������������  ;TRY ONE  ,..' r - Next the������McCarty>Blocfc.; ������������������-������������������-���������  Gold Range. Lodge K. of P.,  , Nov_2f5,' Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets evei-y Wi'dnesiluy in  Oddfellows' Hall at SoVlock  T��������� .    .       VWliiiK.KniBlit.s invited.  Wjr;:;.>lATnKws. 0.0. ������������������:������������������-.���������,.-. -   ���������   :   :   :  '  : : :    :^::;aj.;SAVAGJK. Iv. op ]{. & s!  qiyiO yplt;TEE'l'H:ATTKKTl6N:V;   ���������  ;.   , When   tliey   Hrst  need   It,   before   ihiv  ���������";���������    1,'iye yon luuii,, thereby  avoiding   neod-  lesssiifreruiK and; nsssurlnK more siitls-  ���������;��������� faelory aud permanent work.-and nt li**������  .eiiKt, than if left:until the latter stnc***  of decay.,;  W><SpanishPeaaiit0*affyv������5^ ibS'A^  rv":,,���������';.;_.;.; y''-'i ������������������'���������   :L\'-.   ^-^^l-'--"     -   -':" -r- ''r'r rlKsi  Gbcbaniit,; 35;; lb. V:  ���������3'utter'ciips,:/4oc/:li>.^  Also for sale about 10 tons of  HAY  S. D. CROWLE,  o<:0-3m lievelstoke. I'.O.  Jas. I,  Wocdrow  T'TTr'TT'P'R i Corporation of  the City of   Revelstoke.  U������^.-.;'*.:'-w'  W:  --ririt-y/^a  ^'r*-?h'-r';rnv; r^  , .���������;��������� ;-.!������������������ t'/=;h.*;if;t:^ri.-':.*?;.i^-vr; ���������.���������|;;f..- Ji'^:-:. |.'*l:;it-.|.f ���������-:.,���������.- ���������   ���������.:���������,:.���������.���������..���������.���������--. .--��������� .������������������:.���������:/  -������������������'��������������������������� ���������,=,-'.'".;,::".���������������������������-���������-,:'-���������;-:.  11S'jf'^-j^'ISr'^Iv'^'^h I' ^  1 ���������   !'fe''H^'?Jw.V^^^ .���������-"���������<  ���������'������������������-- ���������-������������������^-������������������^ ���������.r:.':'..r,yy;:-L~r:..i::r'.y;.,:  ^^iaAgS^-i  Cf     ,r;"    ;   /,���������  OUR HEAVY;COATS;FIT  ;vt:'AND;.Lbok:wELL:L;v'^  ;j;; b::cress;ma::N;  .��������� "nMACIvISNZIK'A^'E.NIJK^ yy":  Ketnil Denier in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly 'Ill.'d.  Corner Imiii-liui     Tv pVUi������RK:0"ivfZ   \> F  and Klnnatriicti*    A:- x "'-^ * u-*-lji LJ'K~'  ^.���������jra,y>^--v..o-;r>>rO'^^*r^^m*^-'>;. r^K1-   rTj-^f^C^K^-.tr^n .<T"'^'.'>^.CT  'C^rriy,j '������������> ^.-^i ^.-^i^rO VI* kn..v������> iAI t^o. ^'^l v^> ^--i ^-J *.-���������-. *.*^* *.-*-* *--*--. *-"> ^'> W*^ .I'U ^r'-, .'a.'J  r/S rf'-'-  9J>  cad (Ms  &  If you have money to squander.  ������������  Now is tin* time tc seleit your .SILKS iiml  DHTCHS OliOlW  XVe have the l.-ir^est stock in tin: city  to  uho.ise  from,   Xew mid .Styli.ih  LADIES'  UNDERWEAR    ...  Ludii'h' size at 7.r>c. ] 0A Li,  Misie-i' size nl fiOc.   r       AND .SKI"!  (Jhiltli'un'h size nt . . ..*">(���������.   I TIIIOiM.  Tiiebii fill! -sotrie ol tlie prii'i-.i.  ts-   LADIES' MANTLES  Do not miss our .-uie of.-,.Miintles. We- urn nfferinff  them iiwiiy lieloiv rust. Now is your time to si-i* our  stock, iivu'il yourself of this snlo nnd siivu your money.  The  iaz&ar.  til  v ��������� j  rfy-  :-*  /A-  [���������*'  >!V  PS  m  ���������jLimL-LiC'ytLxt .-.i<tJ> L*i &^-^!XkS2k>jc.^u ���������Jl.C-Li^:l<j'it^U<i'Ut.:'i' v-,-Vk-'.v ^.'ii\s^.^ ^ii<-'Ti  Till!   followililf     ilppllintliill'     have  rpeelv't   for   Liquor   I.ii'enoe-,   in Ke\<  'wiml-'or Hotel, lll,.,.illewae:,--.v..n Andern.-in \C"4) %^/^������,#;'S,^S'SC^%^/-V'?i;'SS'SS(������S������##'������  rr������pri"ior. ! ,fr--i *     -" "  Mi-ri-ImniH    Ifolel,     lllfiilli'ivaet.    I*.dwa.*'11 v*  Hnrriiii;tou Proprietor.  r.hu-ier   Mouse,   lilnpli-r.   P.. C, ('.  P. I'.. Co.  I'ro[ir!i'lor.  I.nke   View   Hotel.   Arrowlieini,   .1. .1. fol-y  Proprietor.  ITovpeetor's l-'.xehanpe, TIioiiisoii'.j  I.nndiiii;,  T. \v; irriiliniiic Proprietor.  PioneiT   lloiel. ���������Thom-on'-'   r.nndltiK,   l-iiiir  Hate Soi-k Proprifior. .  IJoiuniliia    lloii'.e,    Xnkusp.    .lohn   Hector  Proprietor.  lailBiid Hotel. N'nkuip, .1. ti. Ilourni- Proprietor.  Motel fii'iLiid, Nakusp, Thus. Ahrlel   Proprietor.  Mnlnyon     Hot    Hprlnxi    Pftnllnrlum     Co.,  Malejori, Thos. MeNall'-Ilt, ,M'iiii������i!It.  A   K. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAVEK. . ,  Koviil School of Mini.", London,    scien  year.-  al ".Morln   Work",  Swansea.     17   years   Cnilel  (.'lii'ini'it   to Wiitiin Coal and  Iron i.'o.,   ling.  Lull.-1 h-inlsl mid Ansa yer, Hull Mlti"<, Ltd. ,  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  LOTS FROM  $850  &.&-?p-&i*it-j>-ffpje'������-ir-i������-������-)*p-9-p-*-)r������-&fi'y?t 'J  -OB    EASY   TERMS-  w  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  (������;#^SfI#S#S#;### S###C-I#^  %  * K. H��������� MAYNE,  'Jhiicrowp,   Bon'jBons,''.' etc.'  ^j :::;'::'"-," "grand;selection.'at���������'^:j"  -::I)i'ii(;f..i*-is iiml ^ tiuioiiers, ��������� ���������  '���������/..������������������.:}/: ;HrV)������n J.lliick: ���������j.-^.y-L-  WW)  ���������,.: ;S-Taylorv;lliooJl;.  CERTi FiCATE OF I Mr^  0;f;^#y;*-M;:^NbTiip's^  S?;Illaek.Ilear aiid UCaui-nr.io '-m'iii'efiirr.liiliui  ^yy, ���������:.sii.iiaie.iii IheVL.'inleaii Mining HIvMon  ���������������������������;V,-������������������;��������������������������� ���������.������������������������������ii"H est ,:KoolenayV|iistnet. Whuro  ;:;;:;- -t loeiiteil :i;at'iihii-heiulwaters of. Jim*  :7S^;.v������'-Vri-1?'t*r*''r!.l:,'*l,ir5':of'l'ii''i i:reeli.  rii'y'rMv-|:<!i!^tii.*J������r^.r^rfid"������;ii,i(.i,ic.  ���������f  ���������i)."hiuil. If. (J. (iietinji.ns axent for '..The llhu-k  Hear. J inini;.. (:o.,.,,i.f. .Larilvau, . 11:: (j.. j.t.i ���������*  ,Iree,'.Miner's ,. <;ur 1 it!en 1 e;-.Vf 1.��������� .��������� r.41\>.71." irro������  >!inor's^i.:erilili.alu;.\o.vii:if.:i.v.'. iiiii.nil, sIm'?  daysiroiu the> ilaie herein'.-1 iii. arnuv lo rli'w  Miiitiii,'rKeeoi'der:i-or; i;ertl ilea ies.'���������f 'inn.rovi.T '  incnls,:.for.',lli������;Sl!!ir|ifi'siit:iif ontaiiiihe 4'ro"������i������ *���������  Orun.lK of ihu.nlK.ive ehiiins..;}. ':������������������;���������-. ::��������� .  :.i?.:Aiid fnrj he r,l like iiuliee-4 hat ael inn,  undi-r'  seetluii;:,,/,musi. "heLVonuuViiceil . heroru   ilm ;  *iV'.'T,Vf,*','-;lr' '^''V11','"1^'"' 'luiproveiiicur..  , ���������. |iau.'l.t]ils lirieenih ilny of Kepiomlicr. -l.Ii  I'.IOU. ./.,". , .   0'      .*   ,".''"" ,;t:7*.;^.' ''���������   '.. 1." ���������. '" l' '  AAfiL'rPaL'.'isWy^  ':-TI\lSi."i't!-,it,:-V.v,S:nr''t'piiblIsh������irhi this- iiiwr  ijii'tlHiaiJi day of Nove'.iiljer.'lilKI. .,:-. .'  Aliuiit. I liosepniiifnl  eyes.    Visiiin  -  resluri'd,   del'ei Is    "orrecti'd    11 nd  jrlnssi's h'M.ed to nny   sijrht   under   ���������  ;i posit ive jriiuriinti't' of sntisl'net'ion  nt .1. fiuy B.M'her's until .Saturday,  ,    Dec. 7th.    Iloui'H lOto lUiitid 2 too.  *************************���������%  i'Thc Election is Over*  ������  T Hut 1 am Hill   nl   tlio nnmo  T oldMiuul with a full line of  Cigars, T.ibacco;  Stationery, etc.  I J. W. Bennett {  ���������*��������� (Sd.TO'M.r to C. J. Ainau.) >j*>  fr fr  **************************  ��������� '"/Ciyi->i^^^i&wril^^gSaE*SA  S3-  '{lb  '*?���������'  Vv?  HATS  % HATS #  HATS  Trimmed arid  Untrimmed  CE RTt FI GATE^O F: I iVJ PpVE IVi ������ N TS  /'-���������'���������;'���������:; ;^Moiiiitii!n jieUo iiilheraie!alih������sitiial������������l  ��������� -&i ::';!''he. l.iiriliiaii.jiininii; 111 vi-.i..n .,(  J:.���������.'���������;������������������ ���������������������������-,;���������'.���������������V.e!'l.'.---lvoi>r<!riiiy-: IMstrietV:. \\'i.nr������  ���������;.'.������������������..������������������:��������� .���������>-: loc'in������rt_:.-^nt ihu Uienilwnti'r.s ol Hear  '���������-". '.;-.tiW<-'*"i'.'1 trihiilary of. Pool Creek  *-Tnlce:,'N.d.ico';'iliiit;^i;';^~l|.'ri.d;:':i!iii'liii'. of  Kosslil.iid !!;_..( laetuiK. as ii.u'i.iit f���������r It,inn  iiriinii,:r,<initlf.lr.-:;-' t.'re..:. .Miu-r'' I'erii'i .ii..  No..iV.I"'.'7y].....Kree.,JMu.-!i''si:c'rtini.iiti. No iwi '  .intend, sixtyi ays, Ironi tliu: ihue hereol. 10  aiitily to the M IiiIuk Recorder for 11 "Ccrtilli'iua  i-f lmprovoinents, [or. Ihe'niirpose of obtaln-  l.iiKiii'.rowmiraiii of th.t.iiDovuc.laim.  And further lake not lee that action, uno>r  .section -.���������, niiist.������������������!>������- com>ienecd' before llie  :issiiiiiiecofsui.h Certirieato of ,Tmproveinent������.  I) 19U0 '��������� -" *'?���������'''-"' ��������� '-"?���������>"f Kl!P!<-n1be''. A.  '-iv- -: T-V '7.T. I'll EI); HITCH IE.  . Thisnotice was first pnhilshed intllia' paper  pu.tlio.lltli diir of November, 1BOO.:  m^L&M:^:)  ���������'->''?-������!St?--'.9(vi^?,r''n*e^Commission������r������.'t  ���������yi^ly-y: :;���������;>:;. NOT ICE' i'; %i--y.    I        .  -������������������There   will  beta  lnectlnir; of  tiie Hoard.of  Ilunil Licence Coiiuuibsioiieri, In thi) Provincial  1'oliee olllee, Revelstoke, on Dccuinbor loth for  the purpose of deciding lkicnvi's: '  It. A. UPPER.  nbvSStd Chief IddCnce'Coiiiiriissloner.  REVELSTOKE  RIDING  OK  WEST KOOTENAY  . DISTItlCT.  A Court 0/ ftcvlslon nnd Appeal under (ha  "ABi'essineiil Act" will ho held' at' tho Court  ll'iiw, Kiivolstokc, on Monday,-the lutli d������y  of lleeumbur, I'JOO, nt 10:S0n. 111.  Dated at Kovulttolic, II. C, November 'Jlut,  1IHX).    ' -  .     WM J. IIICKKV.  JucIko of the Court of Itevlslon  nov'il-td ���������  and Appeal.  The be������t n������sortiiicnt of Trimmed  -  and Untrimmed    Hal* In thu  City.   Call and inspect before  jiiireha*itn*;.  pi Misses Shepard &..Bell.  &g . McKenzie Avenue      oa'23  Z*fr/'J _  m,  Wanted. ���������'  Dre������������niakcr   wishes   i<owimr   by    the    dav,  plv Box 43,  cvc.lstoke Stntlon.  Term^ reasonable.      '   Apply Box 43,  Iteve.  Wanted  Sinslo room or "hack, furnished or anfnrn-  iilied .Aprl? '.V. H., care uf A. It. Iloldlch,  Kcvel*ilote.  HUREAU 01)   PROVINCIAL  INFORMATION.  In order that the' Government may bo ln  possession of definite iiiforin'ntlon with wlilah  10 rupply those seeking frrvcilments Jn tliin  Province, 1 am Instructed to Invite particular*  from-thoso who have properties for sale, and  who may'fe'cliilspoued to forwardsuch particulars tothis'ofrloe for the purpose ln question.  ��������� In view of the proposed early re-oruanlzation  of the Agent General's OJIlce In London, England, the desirability of having on (He a list of  farms and other properties for sale, with lull  antl nceurato details,' Is obvious Properties  submitted may Include farm and farm lands,  Industrial of commercial1 concerns, timber,  limits, water powers, or other enterprise*  affording opportunities for legitimate investment. ..,,...  ���������,iUii"not proposed to recommend propertias  to mtendinirinvestors, but to afford the fullest  accews lo the classified lists and all available  information connected therewith, andtoplaca  enquirers In communication with thc owners.  The fullest particulars ore desired not only  of the properties .tbemscives, but of the  localities in which they arc situated, and tb������'  conditions affecting them. For this purpose  printed sobedules will. UDon-applicatlon.^bo'  forwarded to those desirous of making sales.  It. E. GOSNELI,,  .Secretary, Burceuof trovlrcial Information;-  novJT-lin.  a 1-  *

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