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Cf-vr:  j j    i|������  -ij  $2.00 a Year in^j^apce.^  ������^j{Jwi"f.J M'vorE 'ANft'COM'MENTl  i hi    ������  111     _  /;���������  In nevvidfi thh fin t  < . I. J   i ,   .     v  thnt i Revelsloke  C..-B3W  8������������GXiXa&3������3������**S^  ���������ylM*.  - To1 Make%  ... t.S:������ )r i. nt:-) Ti ml   .mi'   ?  tl'lirfi    .> t'li'jl ������     ni   I       tjl.j  ���������(Hb.jtul,, ",   ������i        .    ���������   > i   yd  '.UMO.'l ,il IHJ'.'J   (j . <���������    V#H  l   .1030  ������-l  xA"fa'l'J    dJlsl  JAt^PWi- i  'Aitr au:rr  5rtl  IB   if  ,���������'>.!'   <1!,*,l  I0& Pairs'vof B^  BOQTSratf   _  actual COST  [LaiW, Gent's, Children's],  v i^*5f.,; - ���������������������������������* ^v* r������ ���������������������*������*-f?*w,\  These are Boots that  we only havt a few pahs  of each line and we must  clear them out to make  room for Isew Goods      - ~���������  DOHT M!SSTHEOPPORTUNITY  We are atf-jo clearing out  nil'Short lines of W. G."& K  j' j i ir*     , ->     * '-, j- - -  5hirtF.   .-Ihere   mo   som<  - ������������������     ���������������      ���������    --/'     '-1.  snap*-in?thase. .'<<.ull ^und  s������e them. !''r   " -"  ������������������villi tlu'.ot.h.  1.1 <  ���������f mi m p it i-  IN ME MORI AM.  Ill   s'.|H'lll,,'."  11-1 ,lo\vti*l isliki-ly t������ liei.pi pilily fulled  .tipiiii ' to   hhchiUlei   her'  civmi    slIhihI  iiffiitH, it iim^Mit* i ti tin ."<t i tig to tijHtj.  i hmy ihey '���������" 't* "' Mi*\llilnn  H iti'^Thn  nH.it  in aiiiiil������vay towlt.jUHtaaK**\i-I  ��������� .   .    .  t. /, . il  i.'   i', *. kl?',\ ,*��������� <��������� .  'Htoki* I ti, ii nil ih not ii<? Im Ri\ Kblnci*. It  ii' i'i      '     '     ' ���������"             '-   tAt   ������ ���������>  ��������� i(|im>iii1iIiihI thii'  pliui* -also^in th.tt its  i-rHit't iiiokioss him nil lieen iiinde'with-  J(   ' *     ^       ���������    ' I*' rll ,    ,    ,,,  iu.tliH iiiihttinvo oi fuui yciiiis, thonirli  '    '        ,' i      ' A'.\\  thi'tc li.is liei'ii a town tliei'u ������tno������ ..thu  ,    J '    * . ���������> -   v,    >,x  i.ul������MV was, limit, ' Thi'tePjs tln*n a  lnit*'< m lioiilhniisi* 'at' lht* Hnl, nhotit  tllljic titiiia the si?L* d'f'' < ui*Vpi'iiiLi|ial  p ickitiR , tnHi* 4|'fh_iie at'o .tieviMi  Jyp ii ttiicnts uikIj) li'iivhi'iN,' a\tnln!  onttilt'iii'iit iil'(H5 iiiuPim' iivvjiiiKo'daily;  ntU'iuliuuo (it 213. UtiUt the slhonl  disltii't, iilimit $71')0 tii I tin tho it'hool  nijlOOOrtf whi.huM'i $1000 wiistipi'tU  un, Mihool '(.qniptiiuilt '- iiml; rimkliirp  inipiovi'iiii'tits' Thia 't.\nu ^w.iii'pnn-  i*ip illy , iii'ikU* up flpti'i 'til ^(t\i-"i iitncnt  jitiut of $2381 aiitlja ni'iuiu ifiul ^liuit  ot $3000 Tiip'iniiB to atitithi-r Ktiliji-it  whuh is fxciclim^' thi*'piihiii.'iiiinil  just I'now, tho Hat iilsrt hr>1i<.|A'������f|ti fittl*  tlitcV -tmey luitk ho*.pt_ul. \yth,'.t.  ttiiiiuiiK s> hool fin tunMt'tim lotliicc^  linn,,in aid of which we 'nntito in' tht>  hiit ' ihsiu* i,f ithe Times vthtl,t 'thi*  \Vnii>en'H Hosptt.il , Aid , Association  ail* peltttu; jip'n iiilico hull Jon Viilen-  tiil's Div.,-Th**y haveihttdlliis hospitivl  then* foi tht������ ln*>t'.teti yeuis' nt* ItMit-L  il sl't then* .uV pi-tiple) lff'Ri'vi-lMtlikfc'  .mil  ii.  'Uho nn* still u mulct inn whelhei''thiK  i7miTT<itTf5lit~ to"l.\ entttie on ~liijjjdiii)f-  one. A-. some one t em.u lie J to the  Hl-K^LD it the Inst hospit il iiieetni'i  we'il.vuys jro  iluitii inytliing in   Hi v-  I'lstpke/stiu  *~.i  was the,fiist Anne it  --���������"���������������. ..^..:...uv4i  .*.f  I  hadirtter-ibeijiijh'e n'rfof oii-teiuth'S* ������.  " V*'^ *'\*l's'i.>VVl5"',J /yftj^ypl   . W  So H'm Mt Wei's his dended to  iltcip the Ui^ Bend ivai^on toad lint  will ns0i-t ns to i't>t <i   ste inihtnit^put  Well, .illc-ii^hl-i  * ii st ut.   XT'' t-vvhf  ^...^  -ui       i*   .5,  I    'Any-  jj,t in-; net  on Ihe t iver  thnu to in ike  ii-teiiiH'i on. we uu peift'itly   ceitain  J tlu* iilisolnte net essily for   n   mid   n  ' lii-tUi'Still  i i ulio al'u ill  speedily   l(e  ldpiubVHtr^fed*hi,jyiii|i,i������ivil������- JB1i*-vloes;  MivAVeils Vnllv S?i i-.p,tlidlut ill it   ifc,  U. iisele*,i,vT. t_illv,iiigM sto.imi t _     iiul. ss  the     io id     is     completed     .it    le ist  as   far   .is   Eight   Mile.       Something  must   he   done   to    get    liniu.l     tin*  'diifli.niltie-s present   to   ti ivij^nlion   in  tn ��������� intijoii, if ne ,itetO)j;ct   a  uvn  It*     stu iluliiuil     senuej   Cbtilliltshed.  Tiie Rreat Q leen is de ul ! si innnu-  ineAy'im n quit in,'iiieiini-ipite, The  Einiiiie, of whit h v.e aVe-all so proud  is hei Jiest monument. 'Only in w  that she is gone shall we lie-in to feel  tu what an iuiineu������e eUent it miis hei  woilfi II" watiwlier vii'ltie antl,, liei  v. iHtlnni, u hu h el I'att'rl tlu* teelitiK of  LotjflQi nio.-'ii'hlih cnn'ihinvii with the  pussiyiitile ,lojully,lo" rier'self/'ivhn h  shu ^btuieedeil hy lhe sht'ei fi\Uv of  her persoiml f<oii(lni,ss in nispii ni������ in  thi1 Ileal ts of hei millions nf sul)j������(tH  hau iieen the cement uhiihihasdioimd  the Enipiiv". toire"ther ''No ���������noniitch,  "AWiiiHe (huiiutei did not SAttsfy' tin  (iitiMieiKe. of the inline:  tin es of llu  I i    L ,  ^iiipue. iinild, have tdonc .what   thi  piite.' Kentle, loyal and letnlet ^h.'tit t. (  Jnily/ha* done nntl *tloin*i>fiit* all * linn-  Tlie'itiiiiMJitM' foi re witn h slK'i'XPiciHet1  will! only,  hu  appm nited ' when' \m  tialize  that  >-he  ll is  Rune.   ,H id  hh.  heen* ii   uni'tlllf".,   M it ked   or foolish  sovereiRti, had   blieeven   lieen met i h  disloyal     to     constitutional    liheit}  intrlKtKiix nu;amHt this ninnnlei oi   n  fa>oi   of  tli it   otic  as  did even   hei  tin'ulub and gianiltiilhci, who pietedeil  her on thu tin one,   it>   it quit. stTe   ti  ri.ty th.it then* wi)iild lieen ,no  ButisU  Einpue ,is ue see  it t.idn,v,|that at   all  events its must itnpoi timt,  loyal anil  pi'i.Ri essive depenlletW ies. C iinula anil  Aiibt i alia would novvfoi m no pari   ot  it. ..Suiely one intist "he   blind tndei tl.  ������ho i an not tiac e tln.,gai(liiig hand   ol  PioVideiKB* ^iistainin*;   hei   upnn-tlH  tlyone 'foi all   this ileiinlh   ot'ie.its.  until  nt the  veiy i luse *hei,������nik   foi  t *      i      *       . i       .  thc-iitnly   of the.Enipiie was  Intel m  *& l������ '      " Of   ^l   tT If M J. s ,  lilond  mil iilin'ind   folilid   to "he   en-  i       ' c     '        '   i a '    '    O,  i      , ,    I        i|-  ditiiiiX.I. an, in the wmils adili eased to  hi r-'iy Ihe Kteat l.inte.ite \tl liei^.ieic;ii.  h irli   She wi'onghti.ht*. people, lasting  Koi*d."       rr  '*.' Hush, the D*itl Maich wails in the  ipeople's e.us:  The d uk ctm\d moves and   theie  are  ,    tolls and t''_iis :  The black eii^th 'yawiih ;   the^mortal  ,      tlls.ippens;  Ashes to ashet, dust to dust;  Bin. is fjoni' who ueuiu'd iaO ������ieat���������,  (Jone; but noth.n_; can beieavcher  ,  .   Of I lie lone she made hei o.vi*.,.  , Betti(i hole, and we believe hei*    ,  *3(>in**l luti^ f n advanced nrStatel  Aiidithat slie.ui.its i ti m l down  t l       i t     I '   irt  Th in any i\ Leath tint iiian. i.itt weave  I    ,hei.  o       i "1    r i "*  '  I Speak no miuenf hei letiown,  L ty yoni* eai thlv fancies dow n;"r '  sei.v iie(  ��������� of an ,  use in ihe.develo  "If.  Groceries  Choicest and Best that  be procured.  -.vli'i h will  ment of Mi!* i minti v'*"]'fhis"i*. llu  point uliicliiM: W( IK'niiist'("oiisulet.  when inakin^ his iplani.Jo help out  the sitiiatinu heie i���������[f we^had not  that dillliulty to fate a steunliiiat  would ll ive lieen put on the nvel Icimk  -iro. II Mi. \Veils will tttitsh the  nntl to EtKht'imlu the Uckald does,  not think it w ill be veiy lontf betoie  ii  now,-  A Bright Promect  rliCl  1-00  .J'.^VjJr-   Ti'  & <o-\b ii '. fi  d n<._._  ���������^1 (���������  Happiness and hcajth go  hand in hand with wholesome food. We lea-d the  procession, for  we eupply  The Best Products,  til  and cutting the margin  down Baves you monejv  Our delight is in   your  '-C f     il.t        ������^'JH -  Batisfactio.n.aj^e propose  to' maUe * the new ��������� 'year's  business a,pleaswre.tq our  iriends^'by supplying-.better things than ever. ^  !������������������>���������������������������������������������������������    tutnL.ti.fnti tnliiliitirtl ilTTfiitTitt  C. B. Hutue&>Go?  i)   wfK oVv-timtJA-A. ���������**icanrw-  ste.iiilboiit'^   A\tll    lii-__  Tli'i*0 iteiiiniioatlj itself j ',ib| | 'oot,' \\ the  dtffl nlty* 'itisthe'tieltuiK1  Ka'ile _w,atei,  oltetacleini.l  tui    ��������� ,\{j {it  wlucji  iputi on  t if; lit  to^ tun i  tut ins   the   i eai  The HERALD ts gt itified to see by  hts speei jtif������o?ihtt".( oiint'il ou | Monday  nnjht that'the' mavoi ''wishesJ to t,ee  that bo ly take hold of this question  among otheis (Inline their vein of  offj'i^.'^This is1 .instep-in-'lhe nKht  liYeitidn.-'It is quite'wilhm the duty  of the city < ouncil to help oiijptojects  for the-,\veltave and advancVuient of  thelvwn antl if necessai y to lend the  weight of theii intliiencu to vnear on  th'e'Donuninn l'oi 'JPtovinii.iliiKevnti-  m>ht'iiroidel--to fUi Ihn-tijeui ���������The  may in**, left tlji;. exai t_,_|<ii in^of loin-  m unic.it ion, which be pi eh ued to  st nt with whet hei mil or nvei, an  opeji <|ii"stiiui. The Hubvld ag*reeh  5*(lU hini(in th'j**.^ ^Ilio.iif\|������ I'onit in  ���������tl'Vet ilr^Tiioveiniiient^tih tak'i* 'b'nlilf  ���������br ihKf.enprnl pi ojet t' of tipeiiiiw uu  the Bi(? Bend. We must lake what  ever vve  can   get. The    piinctpil  o'bjvft ill view lis tO;tKi't������.i<omelhini;.  Ifj3the t jjovyninenl __w_i_l, fni nmli u������  with,some,,inetins,of,( ntiimunic mon  with niiMRable water and help us  to put mi ii ..teaiiiboiif. a-ioad oi even  ri{llioKrfBV*HI)',8i)i>nwfolli>w.'{nj II the  ���������sinVe.'t'hiili'nt'pj'i'fers tf>!lniild-"the load  on thtouph, piivate enlerpiiM' will  put on steamboats us Hiixiliaiv  methoilb uf tt'.in.spni tattoo dnrinx the  hea*on of navigation. Only let the  cmiii'cll, IJiS'lifMi'iIof Wotkf. and eveiy-  WW.trtilw"{fU ijnd1 'chhtiict' pull  tciRethei* to get the'pai ticiiltir thiii������  that appi'jiis mpsMfi* isjble and theie  is no fear thjijiivVg |t^t{ll_ not g������l tt.   '  The Herald would like to make .1  RUi*:Ke$_.i(0t .iS;iJo.,Jt ^niejins. (Wheiebv  Reve.bjtq.ky i������JKl\t,{.estity to its lova]  alfect 1011 to the meiiioi y , of our be  love) Quein( The iiiouiilaiii behind  the town'i'vilv'Wiii'p'd ly. is'-nopulnfion  iruie,.f*s[,'riPt"������iim',qiMte'sH. feutuie in  fife life"oT this pl.icc> A future penod  will md its Jmier. lipnchex converted  into piihiu li,**. whilu.iU wppec reaehei-s  will fuitush a lecreutinn giound for  -all tune to-corne. Kohsland named a  peak in the vicinity of the city Mount  Rnher.ti', n.tte_r our (treat tfenera.1.  i\Viiiil^ftltSia<bp?*f flttlne Irihiite jto  _ L. 1 i.'J'..1'. r.Lft Mi....;*V��������� ���������^kii  And in the v  God act i pl'hi'i  'it   1 '   <-, \  ist (.illii'di tl leive hei."  (Ilnistiiteive lit 1. '  '     ' K. ofP, .       >  The liielhten of^Gotd RittiRp' Loflffe,  Nu. 20 Ki.tKhts (���������! PjthniH, at then  U'Ktilai niec'tiiitr on Wednesday 'even-  iHK' last, diew up'1 th������ follow trie:  lesOlulions 'which   wete unanimoiiKly  1   . y      '"    ��������� .  iuiopiid:. ,,  I It'      rt  ";Resolved: That we, the mpmbeis of  Gold BuiKe Loilue, No. 23   KniRhtsof  Pytln is, of.tlic 1 ity of B-volsttike,   13.  C:, i;tve*expiessiiin to 'om*   feelings of  deep Sol low), in   bein^ calle^   upon   to  inoiu 113 the loss nf mir deatly  bt'loved  dii\ereinn. Hei    Majesty ,Queen   Vic  ��������� ilia,   ot   whom it  can truly   bu said  Vhe lived to bless mankind", and hei  mommy   will  always be green in the  leans of hei dutiful and loyal subject*,.  V queenly woman. 11 womanly Queen,  ���������Vie   has   left  11   noble    record,   well  >_oithv of emulation bv hei im eehsoi s.  uid of whit hi thu   United   Einpue   ih  nistly piotid '���������"-     '    '      *        1  ''Anil be   it  finthei* resolved:   That  >tu   1 hai lei he    suitably ( (draped   in  ���������Kiiuninx.   for ,a,  penod    of    thice  "lionths, in loving lemeuihrtitice ot our  Jeceased Queen an I as a mark ot onr  inceie lespet t. '   _     '  i And fin th'et tesolvetl*.   That a Vopy  ���������f lhe.se iebullitions  bt> fcnwaided   to  ^     1 ^  'he   Giand   peeper  ot   Itenniln  and  Seal, Uiand LodKe of Biitish Columbi 1  1111I to onr loial newapupeis  with1 the  .*i quest lhat they bu published.   Edfrai  ���������-tuiiidge,     Chanielloi      Comiuandet;  Fted W  Maikemot, keeper til Belinda  11 id Seal,        ' '    ,  :       ������������������      1        1 , *i  ; Salvation, Army. /  X On Sat. and Sun'. J m 20-23tl������ Staff  Cipt. Tayloi of Spokane, will.i ondui t  special M'i vices ,it,tbe S A. buiituks.  "As tins is the staff's (list vidt to Kev  elstoke, we tiust that the fi lends of  t,he it my will turn ont and give him a  leal heat ty welcome to our little city.  The ri aff' is an ' emiest Cluibtiun  Aoikeraud will picive a bless'ing to ,(s  'ill. CoiQtt and heal, him. ,Ensign  StaigeiB will also R1 veil magic Iantein  sei'vice on * Sat ore ay night, Ji n. 20,  consisting of scenes' fiom Foxe book  of M tit vis and luble fscL*nes. 'A.I11119-  sioii: adults 15t 1 hilcltun 10 cent.-.. On  Monday nijiht the, Ensnrn will deli vei  lis laiewell iddtess, as he piuct-eds  shdilly to , Wttinipei;. whele he will  continue his spifc ial wm k   "* ,  Skating: Championship of Revelstoke. '*  v o     i 1  The ItevelNtoke Rink Company  Limited have decided to hold a' set ies  of im us foi the two mile championship  of RevelHtoke, and Ui the winner will  piesent t^handhome ( up valued ut $25  .The conditions' of  the  chiiiputition  competition  will be as follows: *   '   '  '_ Theio will be a seiieH of flvp'iac^s  I un" eveiy* Monday''and Thtnsday  uiKht until completed, thu flint race to  be on'Mon'day, the 28th Jan'.1 from 8 to  820pm.      ���������        >>,     -/-   -  ^   #  The Entrance fee foi Jbq series will  be S1.B0' "l" it    1 .,"���������-,,������;, 1'  . Etities to he mnde beforo rfitrit race  to H, A. Binvyii at the rink or'to O. R.  Mt Donald at Canada- Pi.ag and' Book  Co store. _        ( ,     ,,    j     ,,        ij    ,  'Points will be awarded in eiuh race.  To iltst 8 point h, to second 2 points and  to thud 1 point, thehiirhe.st number of  points in the five races winning the  i hanipionshtp. 'it      *  1       >  On nice nights fikaluiK will he fiom  8.20 to 10 20. A -cbaigo often'ientH  w ill be made to those desirous of  "seeing thu iticcs.   '  Cruelty to Dumb'Animals.  To tho editor of Hr.raLD*        ,   1  'DuauSib: ' '<  Will von favor ine by lettinpr me pay  that I think a lu.inih of the S P C A'.  should be formed in ReveKtoKe, so  that organi7ed piotection miKbt then  bo acimdcd to those dumb animals  which belonging to, or being jn ihiii������e  of the ignoiant and vicious, ��������� become,  victims of their spiteful ciu������lty. I  believe in, ime minding only his, own  business but felt ( oinpi Iled today to  vetitute to ask .ijhny who was hiillally  kicking ditb exhausted; sleigh "doir,  Id please to desist1 fiom so -doing. '.Of  coiiise I leceived in icply >the inevitable and expected, 'didn't have' to *  I think 11 city t-'ich .is 0111s shonld-'look  after thu inteiests of mil" dtiuib and  faithful it tends and set viints, the doge,  and hoises. 1 , /    ,  IlAKRY Edwards.  ii  |C  ' 'i Sandon Carnival. -  1  In connection'with l-his evpnt the  C. P, R Co. will sell'tickets fiom  RevelhtoUi' on Jan 27lh and 2Sth  l^ood to ret inn up to Fell 1st at single  tan* toi the lutiod tup, ,  , "' THE SKATING RACES,  "* -   *'    ' 1,  The Names of the Winners ���������A Gcod  Attendance and Good Ice.  . The skating lateH'came off tic the  lievelstoke link 'on Wednesday evening. There was a good ctowd of  ,~pei tatots and the ice was in first i.iU  condition. Thc following events weie  tuillid off.  ' One mile nice���������1st pi tip, Oup. pie  seuted by J Guy- Hat hei��������� J. Gould;  2nd pi i7e. Pan of skating hoots bj  L'a>lor ���������& Geoige���������Motiy Petttpieic*.  fl, entnes,  ^One mile,boya���������1st ptize, .1*1 ch arera  bonid by P. Buiiih & Co,���������Seyuiotu  llilhet;2ud pn/e, Peail handled knife  by K. Oiiptint���������Eat I Petttptete.  X������o mile late���������1st pi I7e, Case of  pipes by Bom ne Bi'is. -J. GonH; 2nd  pi lie. Case of ebony hacked biuuhes���������  W. Sawyer.   0 entries.  Half mile, ladies 1 ice. 1st pnze  Wi tting pui tfoho by C. B Hume Ac Co  ���������Miss K. Stevenson; 2nd pitze, Pmi  of gold vases by Dr. Ctosi-���������Miss Nellie  Dunne; 3 prize, Sleilini: bilvcr|innm  cuie set by Revelstoke Rink Co,���������Miss  H. Blown.   3 entues.  1 The Hockey Mitch.  ,Tho hockey match Revelstoke \.  Ash'.iofl, will come off on Satuidiy  evening, commencing at"*S3Q The  hockey club, which has been fojrued  I'udei'gieat dirUc'iilttch.' has gone lo  giea't expPns-6 tn getting the Ashcrofl  team to come over and play and it will  Taigely depend' upon the successor  this experiment hnam tally, whet hei  other aitangements will be unide loi  matches with outside clubs.  -   _������ Curling.     . ,  The following games weie pulled off  on Wednesday at the link:  No 1 tompetitton tor Calgary Brew-  ing Co's'tiophv���������Dr. Gariulhct**-, R  H. Mayne, E. Duponr. H. A Blown,  skip���������12 I. T. Brewster, C. B. Hume,  Jas. Lauder, A. Mc Done]!, skip���������10  Ni. 2 compelition -J. A., Falhs, W  Mc Don ild, Geo Newton. A. M. Pink  ham, skip���������14, A. R. Henn F G  Fauquiet, C M. Skene, G. S. McCuter  vzms������tx?������s������3������m^ s&ex&sxses^isxs^^  11.t  >���������  j ' The Solemn News in Revelstoke.  1 r    ���������- 1     ,  B\ institutions   thoughtfully  given  I'cioieb uid bv  the 111 ivm, liniiiedf Uelv  oil   iccetpt   of   the "sad   newsof'Uei  Mnjestv's death lhe  bell   on   the'ctly  li ul ariticinnc. tl the- solemn  tidings to  the town.   The message 'was taken up  at St PeteTV. cihurt h   and*fligs   weie  flown   half   mast   at ihe government  buildings, city.h tlliand   other .plates  Most   pi ices   of^-business immediately  1 lused up spotitaiieniisly and all   kinds  of niiiii-eiiient   .inuouui ecJ_������u .int con  teiiiplattou weiec.iiicelled     The C. P.  R. woikshops closed foi the aflci noon  The.pulilic school  was diMiussed aud  did.     not      leassemlile -    till   . this  niointng.    WPclneMlay -Wis a'so gen  viully  obseived  as"a time'"of  tessi  Hon   fiom business.   To__evc 1 yone the  uew__, iif  the, illntssiuiij.death) of  0111  heloved qiieeii, w hu h lan'ie with "sue ll  iippalltng Middene>s wns.ilie chum*, of  deep and huaitfelt soiro*. 01 . ���������))  j'j.  'fvs, ���������   I  Kat Clearing Cash Sale  ,    ,     v VJ 1 ,    .       i'i    i'ii-     .     1  For Thirty Days  'l-j A.YlNG.purohased the Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings, etc. from Messrs". Bourne  * BrDS.". we Wi!l hold a Great Cleaiing Ctsh Sale for Thirty Daya, planned as never  before* this matchless sale Dry Goods awaited by Revelstokc's CLOSEST most  ('URREvT buyers. Prohibly never b fore, s 'rely not in Revelstoke has a more select  stoc'h, of staple and FanC; Dry G^ods been offered at such wonderful discounts.  nanA������ oiYr'trloitntiiiri* MomiC  "nitWory  who    his  V11 tnriA,  -grwtt  just     passed  'in pin peluar'^iieTtfory Trf'nhe-  60vet eign,  away. p  'Sk'L : #V'AT? .-j������jc ,��������������� u^������..'5rL  -Rooms to rent.  Applv-nrHfcKALb  office  fit>  v* f W������r      *������+r     .^      ���������������- -���������������������** ������������������a'-W-^w^T.-Wf-kwJ*.. -i,���������  ,%/  Mourned as a Mother ,  1 Mi; Heiuy-^Labnm-.heiejX in���������Ti nth  has'ji "1 eiiiHikable. ItillultcOtovQ'teen'  Victoiia, a titbnte all^fhefiun'ie le-  miikcble beciuse nf-1 hls|?,Vfrumi mtic  ideas and fi ink ci itii*lsiits_iif uivahyl  "Among all hei inilliiitis iif sii'.j. 11-"  he will sav, "theie aie but few.-who  w ill not 111011111 fni her loss a*5-foi - one  of their own household.' *NinAvill''tlie  moiitneis be found linioiig h?i own  sul^eits alone It it. not too nnuh to  nnv that nevei in the hi*<toi> ,ot,tlie  wot Id hah 11 single dew h landed,, Midi  titiiveisal Kiief. 1 Alike- in hnppmess  and sot row, she-lived a life beyond  repioath, without thought of self, mil  uiu cm* 1 vcdl> nevoled to the duties of  -the*hi>ui.4 Allbmuh m,( upymg, pet-  hips, tin* prouilesi position iciei HI < d  liy.i woui'an.Hud uevet wanting in hi i 1  tain qtieenlv dignityj'her tHKtes, hul i ���������  ileiiuanoi and even hei du-ss weie  iii.uked by the nirest simpluily. bin*  his been, indeed,'the 11.othei nf In* e  people, and as a mother,! ������he will be  mourntd. In all the iiffaus of Mate  she manifested the same wisdom' th it'  uispiied heie private (hre, nor dm Inr  own lountiy nlotierenjoy I be flints ol  hei escpeiienoe-Htid f-iRanty. Through  hei kindi-ed-aiid dSsiendaiits' alnoid.  hei .inrluem g.fof ih"iii v veisshas been  felt in Ciliilin"l>nt-Vl jj"liln������i alwiys on  llu* stde"of pe ue, .itid'in St tensr' one  crtsiB, t-heis kn'onn to have lendeied  sen ice to the whole of Entfipe.  "Heraiidd'-n and lament.ilile brink-  down waa due ent 11 cly to woi ry ��������� and  overwork; she budfjbeen 'gr������������ail]/ dis-  i rested by events jn eiouth Africa, aad  by-domeotiC griefn." 0',-,���������   *.   (.   ..  " 1 >*" a������ ij. .:  *r''     .^.'Siwp'ni.Real Estate."  ���������    ������>   vri   ^^ 1, > 1   K LT    , u  ' Fm*<Jt>dayR only three lots for.Sl f*00  100 ft. frontttge by 140 ft. deep* enrnir  ing'ott'(i������n*.*'(ivhiiRines'j jjrvrtlrln rtf the  city,. A(l .fence^ 'iuid planted. riiJ,  bin 1,11 if nil t trees. rFiret tl iss^buFfness  or gardeui propwly.."' Address,"P.   O,  bos wi, %$f>igpt$ ywtefl, y ,1,;/,  u     . /-V. ������f. ���������"    ,vii-(f.'.0   ������     \Z   fix'v  li>t ������sL..,(.'l'   1.1 >--������.',-,-> vtt7  Winter Jackets  and Capes  > To c lose out out Sto( k of Stylish Winter Jackets,   ���������wo huvc* ietlu(ed3toiniei���������selhntr_ptices_50^to���������75^  pel  leut.. thetebv cieatinghome ot the  gieatest  (haigains ot the atze.    A tevv quotations :  $5.00   instead   of   $7 60   for   Ladies'   Black   Beaver  ,)ai kets, stilish uid well made, thmoughly up to  date and pel fee I lilting. , 1 i  >$2 75   instead 'of  $4 50  lor   Lulies   Extta   Quality  Beavei Chit h Jackets, la'est   winter   stylus   and  ..well made       __..   $3 00 tnstean or So 00 foi Ladies'Blick  Bpavei  Cloth  ������������������'" ,Cai<e*r,Ftii .Collar and thoioughly well made.    ���������  >.J*j   i,'\f\   Q v    i-  -~',      .,'   ^1  *���������     ,   - ��������� --l f ' 1 "> *-' u    ^ ~i   4 \ y .1 '-1.  Dress Goods^ _  Bioken lines of Diess Goods   .vhtch must deaie  ;.i ^-vitwiPtsftl aC pi ices wbicl^wtll vifecl a quit k sale.     .,  ix 13c  a yaid niste id of 23i,    Small 1 hecks and  mottled  goods.    Regular Price 25c.   Sile' Piito 15i, _ '  Priiits and  ZepfirGinglianis  15   Pieces Piints.   daik    ind     medium     colors.  Regulai 12Jc* it)aid.   SalePiueSc,  10   Pieces ,Zephr  Gingham   in   Fancy    Checks.  Ui gul u Pru e 20i. _ Sale Pi n e 12Jc.  3 Piei es Check Ginghams.   Regular Pi ice Su. and  10i.,  S^lePiueOi!.     j   .   t  ���������~^~~~^~T~~~~~~~~~,   m        1  Ready to W^ear Skirts,  Ladies'   Skills  in JNilvvl?Blue   Serge,   ussorted*  lengths   well made.   Regular  Pi ice  #2 50.   Sale  Pi tie $2 00. '   '1        t'  $1.25 Feather Boas  for 75c. .   .  These stylish Feather Boas   will   lend   an   added  chain) to ynui tailoied lostume to bav^nothing of  ~     the waimih and tiiinfoit'ttrbe dunved dining the~~  cold d iys yet to come.' ���������  Wrapper Specials  Eveiy gaitneutieduced in tbe Wrapper Department.       - ��������� 1 .   , ���������<  Morning Wi uppers, cut full hick w lists,  lined,  turn  -over collai*. -liegulai $Zh0.    S tie Pi tec $1*40  Flanneletts     1  (.  fi Pieces Flanneletl3 in checks and plain, good  heavy weight     Regul ir Pi ice 15c.  8 lie Pi ice 10c.  Cotton ^owels      ' v !  Moi e Towels t-old in Janu ir'v at this Rig S lie' th'an  in any other month of the year, of com be the're '  cheapei now.  ,  .Cotton Huckaback Towels���������Special Salo  Price 20c. ������  pun*.  Ladies'Ready to Wear  Hats  Vour Choice ofTvventy five Ladies' Roadv-to-  Wear Hats, all coloia. Regulai 150 und SI.75  for 75c.  Men's, Boy's and  Youth's Clothing*  8pectal   birg-nns  'THE QUEEN& FUHEBAL-'.rl./v:  --* ���������ti'.  bi*i:ti   de- *  It  has1 Been Arranged to "Take "���������Place, ?,"_..  Tomorrow Week.'  Luvdov. Jan. 25.���������It,   has  i ided   to   nold thc* funeral serv.ce.s oft. ".?.  Hei late Majesty the. Queen 'on   YeH-i- "���������  2nd, a week ftcini touioriow.     ; '   '  THE LYING IN bTATK __ t ,    '"/  The Queen lies iu a simple, coffin in ii.'.   s  teuiput uy iImpel elected in the dining . - ���������  loom.   The coffin rests on a specially  elected   plitfotin,  draped_\vilh'royal* '*  purple, the   feet* turned,'to   thu   east.  riiehi-id faces the altir.   whii*Ua has"  been taken ftom the private chapel of.  Uie pal.ue..  Outside  tv\o  n'ffieei-s' are*  on gund.   Within two Indian attend;  mts   reninin   in   company    vvith_ the    ,'  ladics.iu.waiting, who ate constantly,    ,  ntesent.   Tlie body is  attired in black.-.  Hie fac* is pi'ifectly peaceful  and tho>   "  i em tins  have   been   placed  with,the  aims folded; on the-breast in a beauti-"  ful gold cro=s.   The featuies ,art>  very  calni     Tne hejid   is   iiielined slightly  t(j the l ight    All abotit repose quanti*"  tit s of beautiful flowers. ' '    .  Itis pinb ihle that no, removal  will,  occut for a few days.., - .--  THREE MILLION DOLLARS^    ���������* f'  Go up in Smoke and  Ashes in Montreal  on  Wednesday..   * ..        .  Montri-m.. Jan. 2J5.���������A Hie,- which - .  slat ted in the wholesale district tit S.'Oo  lastmgbt, at   1  o'clock ^his   inornirig^  has  destioyed . property   .valued . a^ ,  between 5A000.000 and S3.000.0!j6.:.'incC_..  .vas still burning, hut, tho appu.iianises__,  lie that the firemen have :il hist got it,  nndet conl!ol.    Incliule'd  in 'Uie'prbp-  erty burned i*, the' splendid Board 'Of  Ttade   building,   which  'cost  half-a.  million dollars, > with 'over a.' hhndrcd.-,.  tenants, hilf ido/,tm large  firnis  and. -  tv\o scoio of smaller coneuriis.������- -    - .-���������-���������>  All new Roods this season,  oach depal tment.  iu  \Tl/AT' H for and re,ad our advertisement  attentively  during this,montl>;     You'll  ������'\ 'fi������d them'iiiT^reatiiig they'll'teach you practical money saving.  "uV  , i.i  .������������������       '    i    ' i ' ,  , Mail ^Orders Filled Promptly.^ '  "T r- " ' ' '  REID & YOUNG.  Fata! Fire at Sandou..',.,   ^.^, ,  -   Sandok. Jan1. 23���������A fire occurOd'-iri   *  Sandon on   Tuesday  night, in   which  one in in. an elderly Englishman,- waa -  burnt to death. -The damage  done^tQ  piopetty consists in the destructton^of ,  a furniture warehouse,   and   contetitfi^-.  (Over this warehouse the unfortunate.  MCtimofthe   lire   had   rooms.    Ib .is  .  supposed  th it the lire started'in   bis  aputinent and that be was suffocated  by the smoke, befoie-lie   could   tuakc,  hiscscapc.^ - ._. 7 "Z.' "  REVELSTOKE CiCAR  FACTORYi -  [       ���������      ������������������������       ^ . ^ ^  The New Industry That is Thriving- and  Doing a Large Trade. " 5  _  The other day a repiesentativo of'~  the  HERALD p.iid'a visit to the cigrir-  f.K tory,   which   has   recently    been  established on _ First   St.   by   Messrs.  How aid  and Stewart."   tie fomid tho  notkof nianufacturirig the fragrant  weeds busily going on."   A great ninny"  people  stnoWe  cigars   but  few*   have'  much idea bow they   are   made."   The  process   is  very  simple.   There  are-  thiee Ivinds of leaf used in the   process  ���������the filler, which couiesfrom Havana?  the binder and the wrapper, grown  in  Sumatra.   Our own Canadian tobacco?  such   as  is   grown   at  Kelowna   for.  instance,   is only   suitable for the bin-;,  derleif    The opeiator takes  a   piece  of   the bindei   leaf and lapidly shapes  it with a sharp piece of steel.   He then  spreads    it    out,    takes   a   sufficient,  quantity of   the   filler,   deftly   twists  the bunch roi.nd iti encase** thu whole  in the wi.ipper, snips off one end and_,  theie you aie.   Another variety, the.  straight cigar is made in a mould   and',  the-pi ocess~is_iheireven"irinre ra'pidr1-  The Revelstoke eigar.factoty aredoing  a rushing business   and. have   hud   to'  mciease  their  foice. of employes and  look out for larger  quaiters  already/  They   make a   first class  article  and  their output  is   largely  smoked   and  highly appreciated in "this   town unci -  distuct. '  . ���������.��������� ���������        . .  , .The .Vernon Murder. .  The hody of Thos. Carson, who was  sb"t de*d by ��������� his., bi other iu������. law,  English, .last Fiiday. w_ent , through  heie on Weenei'day morning on-its.  way east foi interment., Mrs. .Carson,  iic-ompanied the , body. Furlher  details of the aifair go to shew that  a fatal termination to , the ,fatu.ily  trouble h id been dieadcil by several  ��������� >t the hi qiimntanc'is of the patties  (omeined for some time past and.  English had been mt;ed to leave the  town. Tlie day liefore it happened,  Thos. C'sison hud gone, down .to  Kelowna and fetched liack'his brother  William with him.' On the evening  in question thc thiee weie dunking  togilhci nnd had visited .thiee. hotels  in (omp iny. At the last place jit .which  they railed, the bartender enUe.-iteti  English not to go out with the other  two but to let them ������o ttw.-iy and  then take some other direction' him-.'  pelf., However the three left the  house together. English vvfiUcinc  lietween the othet two and ah -altercation tnking place among them.  Ihey h id not gone very fur. when  'Ihos. Cafon struck, English ou tin-  head with i heavy walking stick,  which be nns'canylng ,'in.d at tbe  sime tune grabbed" at the levolvct-  which Lnglisb was, imrying in his  coat pocket. The revolver Was.  however, in the other pocket and  English Sminediatlcy diew- it and  fired, shooting Cm son through tbe .  heart. He exclaimed "My God, I am  Shot" and immediately fell dead. As  he lay there English flred two other  shots into him and William Carson  w.is struck hy a bullet, which pierced  his light wrist, while endeavoung to  prevent hiri. English was a printer  b> trade tnd vei \ pnpnl ir in  "\ einoii.  fV.rw'*-/^:^������-'^.^--^*%*'yw ���������  1   ,,   .1  !'-<���������   J-.-fAl   ���������������  -''"i.-Tvsa  jt'  :'>&  i ���������{-  .*.,f  'c-1*  "���������Out  t   - irrt ,,-Is^  r*-.'A"-T^t7*  : <-���������' errj  Wdj.I ���������  ��������� vs-rr-       "-  ������������������'   -*'. ���������  ii"  ''-'���������  J P*. iv-V'-'������������������<��������� --���������  ';*���������''���������'������������������������������������'���������  -a������i  Revelstoke  Herald  PuMlahed tn the Interests -mt  Jtorelstota, I*rde*u, Big Bend, Trout  Lake, nUctUewaet, Albert C*ny������.  Jordan     Pass     and     Ragle  PaM Districts.  A.   JOHNSON PROPHIBTOB  published  tbe Interest*  *_*_������     sorrbundlng  x   Scml-Weekiy Journal.  of   Revelstoke   and  districts.     Tue*-  ^y������   and   Fridays,   making   closest  asBDectlons with all trains.  AdvertWne RaUs: ' Display ads.,  ������L69 per Inch, single- eolumn, 12.00 per  ���������Ecfawtien tasertea <m tlUe page-  Legal ������ds., 10 cents per inch (nonpa-  ���������������*Tline for flrst insertion: 5 cento  ioY each additional insertion. Reading  ���������osttcee. 10 cents per line each Issue.  Birth.   Marrlaue  and   Death    notices.  ���������free  Subscription    Hates:      By    mail    or  larrter. $2.00 per annum;   U-2o for sl-C  -mooths, strictly ln &****;���������--���������..-.  Our Job Department. THE HERALD  Job   Department    is  ono   of the  best  wulpped    printing    offlces    in    West  Sootenay. and is prepared  to execute  all   kinds   of   printing   In   first-class  ���������style at honest prices.     One price to  ������������������JL       No   Job    too   larse���������none    too  tmall-for  113.      Mall orders promptly  Ute-aded to.     Give us  a trial on your  next order.  To Correspondents: We Invito cor-  reepondence on any subject of interest to the general public, and des r*  a reliable correspondent In every locality Burroundlng Revelstoke. In all  cases the bona fide name ot the  writer must accompany manuscript,  'taut not necessarily for publication.  Address all pqmmunlcr.tlons  REVELSTOKE HERALD.  .   Notice to Correspondents.  ,-\.   All  correspondence must bo leg-  ':lbty written on cmc- side of the paper  ocly. .,-,'!''  I. Correspondence...containing personal matter must be signed with the  proper name- of thc- writer.  3. Correspondence with reference  to anything that has appeared in  another paper must flrst be offered fo  publication to that paper before (lt  can appear in THE HERALD.  "rl  It is now reported on good autfcsr-  ity that Kruger's BioUnc������i. has boon  caused by the news that o������m> thousand  more Ca/tadiana were going to South  Africa.  .   ���������      ���������      ���������  Tho British governmeat looks after  tho spiritual as well as tho temporal needs of thoir prisoners. Thc  ���������fivo thousand Boers fn Coylon havo  ���������each been supplied with Dutch blble6  and  plenty of tobacco.  ��������� ������      ������  A clever cartoon ln tho Toronto  World shows 9tr Wilfrid Laurior as  siiartlng out to mediate in Uio Boer  war. Sir Charles Tuppor is represented as oxpreslsng a forvont hope  that he starts out Before tho Boers  run ont of ammunition.  ��������� ������   .  ���������  Tlio public "lands ofthe North  "West. Territories aro at  present a vait revenue producing  asset, tho profits of which arc at  present enjoyed by tho toxleral government, and wu in the west who  own the lands derive practically uo  revenue from thorn.  ��������� ���������       ���������  The* catch cry which was liojtrd' ito  often during the recent election campaign to tiio effect that thi*" Grits havo  stolon tho ciothoe oC'thc Conservatives i* literally truoi and the Conservatives are now7t& condition of &omi-  nakedncss. Jf 'thoy do uot soon gel  -new garments they will be in con-  si.)crablo',iln.tiger from  political chills.  ' ������ c ���������  ijo knighthoods came to Canadians  in thc New Year's honors list. It  appears, however, to bo the gonoral  ^Impression that the Duke of .York  will scatter u few along his line of  progress during his visit to Canada.  The newly elected mayors ���������'��������� of tho  various cities appear to bo. particularly sanguine in this respect.  m . .  The Vancouver World says: A  monument is to be erected over the  graves of the late J. R. and Samuel  Harbor, who went down in the wreck  of the stcamov Alpha. The stone is  of British Columbia granite, - and is  being cut by Sam McClay, of Mount  Pleasant. ' Tho' monument is being  erected by a brother of the deceased.,  t       *       ������  A now light has been let in upon  the recent Boer activity. A captured  Boor prisoner is reported to have  admitted that when TX-Wot heard that  there wero a  thousand  fresh  Canadi-  THE RAILWAY COMMISSION'  We are not particularly given to  ���������commending the actions of the Liberals but if they do appoint a permanent railway commission to encvulre  Into and regulate freight rates and do'  the'thousand and one things that  come under their jurisditiaon wc will  say well' done. A railway corporation ��������� invariably comes in for more  abuse-'at the hands of the press/and  public than: anything else on earth.  Sometimes it is deserved and sometimes it is noi, but a railway commission while respecting the rights of.  the corporations will stand as a safeguard between the people and undue .       . ...  .   v. ., ., ans coming he made up his mind to  exactions on the part of the railway ������ - .  ��������� ,_     {tiy aud kill oft all thc British before  A Brandon Asylum Scandal  A Fearful State of Affairs Reported to  Exist.���������Patients Tor*  tured.    Beaten Black and Blue.    The Cold Water  Torture.  Tho I-iVcn ProbS give* publicity  to       " INHUMANITY0 AT   BRANi,ON  un attack upon  tho    methods of tho    Brandon asvlmn. In yo*jterda*"H issuo Serious Complaint In Made Against  tlu* following appears: In*">������ Asylum O������^       ,  A lady has asked the Free Press to Brandon. Jon. 10.---Thero was ' a  givo publicity to tho following state- time In the world's history. when a  menta- In March last, through tho maa ������ woman bored of reasja v-as  ments.     in  waron.  ^    ui  u^u considered possessed of a devil,   and  death of a brothers child. she re- froretor* an outcast. CiviUked peo-  cctved tuch a shock that she Buffered pj0 havo i0__g g^ (jjsfcardej euch cruel  from sleoplosaness to such an extent Ideas, and'yd It would appear from  that she was taken to th������ Brandon what took ��������� place iu Brandoa this  that sne was iaw������  w  uu ^1. that the ofllcers of the prcma-  , asylum for treatment. Dr. Be 1 said cia, go%.orninoul aro throzleneA with  'that only about six woeiu wo������W to a icmm to bavbaroU8 c^,,. A*  roqujiod to restore Jw w ^ woman was taken Into the Brandon  As a matfc** of fact she became.per- ho6 iu__ for treatment. She waa ox-  t'ectly well in May. but ahe remained affll|lMMl by doctora aml ������(Klatl _nBai_e;  in tho institution from March ��������� until in fact shft j^^fa sucl_ Bj-mptoms  October. During that time she wit- that u ,bDCanio." lmpossiblo fo*r the  noascd much shockingly crjieitrca - mirsos ^ kcep hej. in charg0 longer  mont. of ftaUents; bo that she felt Thc n0cce8an- p^rnm woro mado out  impelled frequontl>k to lntertcro in -alid an orAw obtaln<_d committlng tho  their behalf and endeavor to defend unfortminlo womau <l0 a^ aa^um.  thorn. ...Kor tills, she earn, sho was gh0 waj} lakcil lQ thft jai, awaltlaj,.  hereof subjected to cruel treatment, tiansfon-onci! to the . -asylum, hut  fleforo leuv-i-ag sho promised .'the ^TAriE0 ^ u m,l}. Mom thc miper.  paUeuts that sho would take stops .ntctidcat rofusod to tako hor in. The  to make their grlovances known and poor wottiaili t_,OUg., in noeil of th.,  sco that thoy received right treat- bcst m<_dlcal treatment, wan held in  menu She says sho has soon women tho jail tore" for on������ wee-k; Indeed  patients in the asylum choked until un.esg transfeiTed lodai-. sho is in  they were blue in the face. Another _____ yx< insanity ia a disease, not a  mode of .ptmihment wnich she con- c-rlnie.i but thia .does not seem to  sidors cruel in thc extreme was the doU__. th0 authorlUea of tho Brandon  cold bathing. From four to . six ���������u-yium from leaving a woman locked  pot-sous woro accustomed to take a in a cell for several days without  poor demented person and hold her the caro or attention they are paid  down in a cold bath until 'she was by tho province to ororldo. Frionds  half dead. She has aoen nurses beat of tho lady are highly incensed over  pntleut.'' until tliey. w.ere black- -and the matter, as they.-.claim that such  blue She herself was thrown into treatment will have a tendoncy , to  tho lockup almost ' every vday ,for aggravate the* disease . from which  speaking In defence ot different poor she is suffering'."  women. 'l -   ��������� j w_s_. to inform you  that there is  Tho lady states that she made, com- no foundation.-; whatever for the  plaints to the officials ot tho- iusli- charges mado by you in tills article,  tution. Ur. Simpeon, inspector of While- I believe thero was a woman  government, institutions, advised her in the-- Brandon jail lately; who. I,  to write a letter to tlio government; was informed was iusauc,. yet the;  but /she has not done so. Ur. Mc- rules regulating the \ admission o������  Faddon acknowledged to Her -brother) patients to' the Brandon asylum In  tliat there had been wrong treatment' tliis woman's'case have in no respect  of patients, but said he was going to been compiled with, and ahe. has not  make au improvement. He promised lieen offered' to mo for admission to  to watch the course pursued. the Bradon  asylum at any  time.    I  These complaints had reference to,- certainly, would not havo refused her  tlie women patients only;, the .lady; admission if she had been tendered  did not claim to have, any knowledge to m������ 'n th<5 ordinary way. with .the  of",the management" of the men's usual.authority.- You .will understand  ward. Tho number of women pati- thf necessity, of complying with, tbe  ents was up to.seven or nine, which lu������e3 1,a-,<1 A<^ for the admission of  was Uie largest nunicer. Tho prac- patients to'the asylum and T assuro  tico of the .nurses of saueezing the 5rou that .your information is entirely  throat  of  a   pationt   was  something   *'������J">ut foundation. ;, ���������  terrible. A llttlo woman was so ���������" might also inform you thai if  tortured that she had a' lump in her t>>P") was such case ln the Brandon  throat'he size of an era at thc time i*1'* and the woman required'medical  lhe lady informant left, and the lat- treatment pending her ti*ausfen-enc������  ler told both doctors that sho would   *������ tho  asylum,  sho would receive it  Irom  the  usual  medical  atiendanL of  the jail, and sho would net havo stif-  ������������������^-K^-^W-M-J^^^M^^^K-W-i?**  THE 80UMBRS-  MONUMKNT  A monumont for the* soldier*)!  " 'What would, yo'build .'it of7*-  Can ye build it of niarlile. or''  bronze. '  OutlaoUnc tbe ooldieVe' love?  <���������   Can ye glorify it with legends  *      As grand aa thoir blood hath  writ  From the 'innermost shrine ol  this land of thine '  To tho uttermost verge of 1(7  ��������� companies.     One thiug, however, has)  to be borne in mind. - Nothing is  so easy as to vender such a commission utterly ineffective if it is-not organized in a proper manner. The  commission should have an absolutely free hand as far as it is in the  power of the government to grant it.  It must be composed of men whoso  Integrity, ability and standing are utterly beyond a suspicion ot reproach,  who arc not strongly partizan in  politics ahd who above ail cannot in  any way whatever be influenced by  tho railway corporations. Vie sincerely trust that in this case the gov-  ���������veminent will rise above partyism  and not use the opportunity to appoint clamoring oflice seekers  who have been following  their political banner, io remunerative  positions.      The Dominion 'should   be  ���������seam-hed for the hest men for thn  office   and   when   found   they   should  :be appointed at salaries that; would  put   them   as   far   as   possible   above  ,ail influence that might be brought to  bear  upon them.  The idea of a commission is an excellent one and it remains to see if  the govf-rnmen; can carry the matter  ���������out ir. a strictly impartial, manner..  , they arrived and thou he might be  able with his armies to stand off  the Canadians.  MURDER AT THE  FRONT  A good deal has been said by those  who  know  them best of  the  inborn  brutality of   the South African Boers,   themselves  Several  instances  have    cropped    up  ���������during the present war but the inur-  ���������derotis   act   of   De   XVet   iu   flogging  4hr-;<5   men   well   r.igh   to   death   and  then   shooting   one   of   the   number  -Know   tbe   murderous   nature   of   the  South African?..    The only offence of  these   m^n  was  that    they  were    in  f.v.-or    of   peace.      'Words     are    too  fitrong   for   S'ic-h   an   action.       Il   is  ������nurder  pure  and  simple  and  if  the  sv.K can   be  traced  home  to  De  XVet,  *-s  I/ord  Kitchener thinks il  tan,  ho.  .sfcO'ild  l,e held  answerable for it and  when   the   war   is   over   lie   ouclit   to  l������  trit-d  for ii    in fur- a    civic  court  Jim! if fc,!**.d fcuilty haneo.J ������.-��������� hii;h as  lia-can.      D*:  "Wet's  tiction   was-  thnt  -of a cuthrnat and bandit, not that of  .-������ eoldier.      It  show.*--  that there  is  a  good deal  of probability in  many of  i4iie stories of Boor atrocity an.] that  they arr;  not th" .simp!.* .ik.u.s people  many  of   tho.se   opposed   to   the   war  would   have   u^   believe.       Jf   murder  ���������like this is to ehareatorizc the guerilla stagn'of the. war not an hour should  <fce lost in rushing in sufficient troops  .to wind it up one .and for al).   o   Hugh John Macdonald has declared  that he will never again enter public.  life in Canada. This is a matter of  regret. During his connection with  politics in Manitoba the political atmosphere has grown cleaner aud  purer and iu the Conservative ranks  at least, a great many of 'the objectionable elements that have too long  lieen the curse of Canadian political  life have boiin eliminated.  ������       ������       ������  The Struthcona -Sun -has taken up  the cry of tho riaindealer that the  burgh on, the banks of the Saskatchewan should he made the headquarters  of Strathcona's Horse, on account of  the similarity of names, The next  thing wc will bo hearing is that Regina is putting in a solemn claim to bo  recognized as thc- capital of the empire on account of its royal name.  Aud yet they say, thero is nothing  iu a name.  * * m  The most objectionable feature of  ,t]ic._foreign_immigratlon_policy_of_the_  present government is thc plan adopted by placing the new arrivals In  colonics by themselves where they  live by themselves and to  and - have . no  chance of learning the manners, customs and "language of the country.  It engenders a clanish spirit that retards  the work  of assimilation.  A GOOD  RECORD  A ������talernent has 1h-tj published  ���������^riving an estimate of the total value  cf the ore shipped by the mines  ���������cf south pastern British Columbia,  t-'iic-d upon the most reliable, statistics cow obtainable. It, eiycs the  total   value,  at  S?.0'"'0.000,   as  follows:  ���������SSooan. district   ?...09''>.000  Rossur.d    2.7S0.0OO  ISousdary    i.Qotj.firxb  Moyift       1.000.000  Kimberley      JO.'.OuO  Alasv.-ortJi         -1 ti:",'X*0  r.ardoau           3'\000  \Vinderni2re  5.000  These figu-'= arc- for Die rti.-ctrif-ts  if-.-.- 1900. It'is almost sal'.- to nay  teat during the present year the J.ar-  doau's ore output will have re.ic-h������d  At least the baif million mark. i  The Jew? have much to be proud  of in connection with the war in  South Africa. It. E'.-eins that over SOO,  of thr-m fought on the side' of the  British during the wnr, which if In  claimed ... more* in proportion t'������ rhrir  number than any ollur see' ,-������n-  tribnUd to the defence ,,f ,.,,. ,~m.  pire they arc- subjects of. It is  point ed Ui proudly by the Jews.- ns  an answer to the* st-itcmr-nt su often  made that their race, wns incapable  of true loyalty and did not lu-ce,.  fighting men. A groat, sri-vlce icas  held in lhu .-:��������� nnagtigue in Aliigaie,  recently, ror Jews who had serie-l  iti the rcgnlfu- and siiixiliarj fortes  in th" war. About 250 men attended  including some 20 officers and many  members of the* City Volunteer battery.  j-'rorn till over Canada rome regrets  that. Nicholas Flood Darin was defeated in Western Assiniboia. lie has  given the best years of his lift) to bin  con-itituenlK snd has refused preferment aiul rcmnncraliia nrjsitions in  order l.lit.f he niiahl. belter iorve  Hi'::.*:. Ii. w.ts well K:.OWn that at  one time hu was fainted fur a portfolio hut threw the chance away by  taking ti i iir.-io opposed to his colleagues bcuAiuin he believed if lo bo  in the best interests of hia confctitu-  euts. Uiit despite his nersoual self  sacrifice, hia undoubted ability uud  reputation us au orator and n lit-  eratettr. the people he has So long  ser\ ed hiti> showed their urntilude by  turning liini down. Verily a political career is bur a barren one.  And  tho  answer  camo;       W������  -would build  it  Out of our, hopes mado suro.  And out of our purest prayers  and tears.      ' '  '  And out ot our faith securft;  W������ would build It out ot tho  great wbito truths ������������������     ...  Their deaths have aancUaed,.  men In arms,  And the sculptured forma oC tha.  in. arms.  Anil their faces ere thev 4U*i.  ������  ���������:���������  ���������>  o  *  ���������  ���������>  *  *  ������  *  *  ���������  And wliat heroic flKurea  Can the sculptor carvo Is etcuo  Can. tho marbio bi-eaat be made  to blood  And tho marble lips to moanl *  Can    the    marble'   brow    be   ������������������>  ,        feveredT   . ���������  And tho marble ������yes bo graved #  ��������� To look their last aa the flag   ���������>  Boats past, *  On tho   country   thev   have   ���������  ANOTHER CASE OP LYNCH  LAW  Ocala, Fla., Jan. 16. Nwbm' Mc-  Klnoey, colocod, waa Umelwd . here  Cor mocking the Plant trrmtam faat  train near DunnciL, on BttattaT night.  Tho victim Implicated two others  who may'sUaro the uue tete.  J. ������. SCOTT. aA., UL.B  Barrlohac Salicttar. Notarjr PaMte^Ste  '   Avenue. Rorolateke Staaaa.  Meaejr to Loaa  saved  Tho  And  tho answer  came  figures  Shall be fair and brave, ,/  <���������   And..as befitting, as ouro -and  ���������.        and  white f'  <���������       As   tho   stars   above thoir  ������ grave!  ���������?���������   Tim    marble   lips   and   braas-t  *i ;uid  brow '���������'  ���������> "   yWliercon tho laui-el lies.  *   Bequeath us right to guard tho   *  "���������>       -" flight . _ . , '���������  <"���������"'  Of the old flcg in thc sties.' *  A xnonuuient for  tho soldiers! -���������9'  Built of the people's -love,    ���������  *  And   blazoned and decked ������nd   ���������  panoplied . - ���������  "With th������ hearbs.yy built It nf! *  Anil aee that ye bulM it stately, ���������  ���������In pillar and nicho and kato.   ���������  "And high In poso as the souls   ���������>  of those '��������� *  It   would - cowmemorate !        *  ���������>  ���������'James  Whit comb   Riley.   ���������  report tho caee.  .The cold bath torture, sho - says,  was a form of puniiismcnt the nurses  loolc it upon tncmseivcs to administer. Ur. Gillies had had them -give  somo patients batns to allay excitement, but tho nurses were responsible for the abuse of .tliis treatment,  and Its being matte an,awfully cruel"  punishment. She says sue tlircatcr,-  ed the nurses .with cxposuic of their  conduct.  ���������- Aside from this cruel treatment of  patients, th">j lady had no coinnlarnts  to n.ake. The food, ,1'or example,  was all right. Two of the nurses were  new, having,-,jusi .Den taken ou  before* she  left.    One of  these, when  fered in consequence of a slight delay.  I feel that you have made an un-  warrantble reflection upon the management of the iustituion of which I  have the honor to bc'in charse; and  1 must ask you to publish this letter in thc next issue of your paper,  accompanied by a unqualified apolosy  for the unwarrantable'statements hi  your article to which I have referred.  Yours   truly,  3. 3. M'FADDEN.  M. dical   Supt.   Brandon   Asylum.  Au   Inquiry  Demanded  It will be seen that there is plenty  told to put a woman Into a cold bath, of   work "for "the   superintendent    of  refused to   do   so.     The   others   had the Brandon asylum aside from mak-  all ha'd a hand in'tho proccediuKb. The ing   complaints    against     the   news-  c-ninplaiiiant suggests   tnat   someone papers.   His business is to investigate  visit   the-  asylum  and   speak    to  the the complaints and charges made by  pati tii ts   privately;    .soino   of   them. Uie public or    any    taxpayer  in  the  she s-iy.-, aro quite s.\ne. aud will lei!  ���������ll straight story. ������������������.'.<*._.-'- ."���������"  Letter from. Dr. JleFaddon  The* fclliiwina letter wriues ostou-  tatiousli- on." tbe letter caDer of a  law firm, has been received from the  superintendent of the asylum. ' but.  if the sii peri nn; dent or any other  official thinks, to intimidate thc Free  l'ress and to fr'ghtt-n it f.om discussing the public, institutions of tsis  province and the character or conduct of public officials, whose salaries  are paid by thc- c*;op!e. then he Is  very much mistaken  Brandon. Man.. Jan.  12. 1901.  province and to so conduct the insti  Uttlon in his' charge as to merit" the  confidence of the taxpayers. The  management of the Bellevue asylum  in New York and the cruel treatment  lo patients, resulting in the death of  one. have recently attracted a great  deal of attent'on in tlie United Sta'tos.  It behooves tho government of Manitoba to cause tho proper officer.to  make an Immediate investigation of  the statements made by a- reliable  person as to the cruelties practiced iii  tlie Brandon asylum. A very rigid and  searching investigaticn must be mad^  at once. If these things have" been  practiced,   without  tho  knowledge of.  -The Tunnitoba���������i-Tfcc���������Presr-CoTr^-2-23   ihe~supe-riirtt-hdeat~he���������is���������ju.st���������a"s~i'c~  McDeraiot str( **t. Winnipeg. Man  Sin-- My attention ha--, been called  to an article, in Uie Manitoba Morning Free Tress, published on the 11th  Janual-y, ciataininc p. libellous charge  ngainat inc. Tho article u> which  I refer reads as follows:  sponsible as If they were practiced,  with his knowledge, for the responsibility of tho whole management of  thfj ia-.titutien is on his .shoulders.  According to tho informant of the  Free. Press the cruelty and torture  was frequent if not regular.  A   FIENDISH  CRIME.  Ycung   Farmer   Murdered  and  His Aged   Mother   Brutally  Maltreated.���������Robbery the Motive.  Thomas C. Moshier, a farmer aged Soon after the kitchen windows  23, was murdered, and his mother, were opened and-.two' men,, one a  Mrs. Jiufus Moshier, aged 72, was negro, jumped Into the room. Mos-  Orulally assaulted at their home In hicr grappled'the white man, and tho  Gorhnm. Saturday evening,, by two negro knocked down Uio woman,  men, who forced an entrance Into thc striking her a terrible blow on thu  residence, with tho evident intention head with a stick,  of robbery, says lhe Minneapolis sh0 begged for her life, and after  Tribune. striking her again the negro went to  After completing their ghastly work   the assistance of hte comrade,  tho  men ransacked  the house,  taking      Soon after they dragged Moshier in-  what valuables they could find.    One   to   the   front   room.'  ' Mr3.   Moshier  of the men was a negro. fled to a room off lhe kitchen and hid  About noon  yesterday F. Williams,   in a closet     The "noises soon ceased,  a negro, was arrested.at Scarborough,   and  tbe men went to  the cellar for  In his possession .were, found a  blood stained razor, marked with  Moshier's name, ?10 in money, con-  eistinpf chiefly of bills, which were  also stained  with blood and a watch.  Hih hands and clothln/? wero soiled  and bloody.    The man admits having few" valuables  been  at thc  Moshier farmhouse, and' ���������   ���������, ., '  says he left  his companion - in Port-   . I".0���������*!'. afterwards -thc   negro   re-  Innd. jointed   his     companion,     and     Mrs.  The .story of the crime as told  (',y'^'"'cr beard them ' opening drawers  Mrs.  Moshier,  as as  follows:       - fJTKl  GW-rturning furniture.  She   and   ber  son   had   oaten   their      After the men Itfft    tho house   she  supper,  when  a  knock  was  heard  at   wraped herself in a blanket and made  the door.     No attention   was paid to  ,lcr way  to    the,house of    Frcomari  . it.   ;is   Mrs.   Moshier   thought   the   Richardson, who lives a quarter of'n  caller might lie a man who formerly   rniIe distant.  .worked on the farm, and w ho, ,it  is      Tho police  of this city  woro noil-  said, left undor some unpleasant clr-   fled, and    immediately started  w'ork-  THE'.MARKETS  Winnipeg,  Jan.  14: ���������  Cattle���������There is nothing doing in  the cattlo' market for the time being  and there is'no news to report. Dealers seem to expect that when trading commences" again prices will be  higher, as cattle'arc scarco. "Farmers  sold out closolj; in tho fall owing to  scarcity.of feed and- there aro not  so many cattle in condition for inark-  .keting as usual in consequence. At  present butchers' cattle arc worth  23,ito 3Vic per,pound dellevered here.  Sheep���������Tho market is nominal, as  none are offering.' Liberal -stocks of  mutton aro held here.  .Hogs���������Hogs are coming forward  freo'.y and all offerings are'readily  taken ..by packers at steady prices,  for hogs weighing - from 150 to 250  pounds off cars here 5c is now the  prevailing price. Inferior lots are  quoted "at 4% to 4%c por pound.  Milch Cows���������There is ��������� the.' usual  good demand for milking cows. From  ?30  to 515 is being offered  for-theso.  Horses���������There' is very little demand for' horses at present and the  market is quiet. The demand.for the  lumber and tie camps a,nd for other:  kinds of winter work is -j now . fully  supplied. A couple of cars of "Western brochoes of mixed weights are expected to arrive here, next week and  will be' sold for "geheial purposes.  Halter -broken bronchoes....a.re worth  frora'\?65 to .$125 each' according' "to  weight and'quality.   '.-"'" :  Prices in. tho Kootenay  Topsy-lurvg.  That's (thorite uttit'ide of "the small  boy. -Add .in this ac. .n ������Um child ia  the rather 6f the mail." , The man does  not essay to walk through life on' hia  hotida, 'but he creates for himself n king-  ~" 'dom  of topsy-turvr-  dotn. He turns niglit  Into day. Hte cuts regardless of time and  physical necessities.  He makes a pleasure,  'of hU business and a  bunnees of- his pleas-'  ure. tn fact, he effectually reverses the  order of natural living. The result ia  physical      disability  generally introduced  y " weak " stomach.  The food he eats docs  not nourish him because tiie stomach  and its - associated  organs arc not ab4e  tt> extract tbe -nourishment from thc  food. Hence, the  body is under nourished aud disease develops in .one form  _ or another.'  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  cures diseases of the stomach and other  organs of digestion and nutrition. It  cures 'through the stomach diseases  which originate in, .a diseased condition  of the stomach aud its allied organs.  Hence, it cures "weak" lungs, "weak"  heart, "weak" nerves and other forms of  so-called weakness.   ���������  "t had beta-, troubled witli catarrh or the  stomach and heart trouble-," writes Mr. *W\ ������.  McrchantJ'of Tftet������burff. Clarion Ca.-.-iPttno'a.  "Had doctoral tor same time without rdicf,  then t begnu to take Dr. Pierce'* Ooldeo M*d-  Ical Discovery.'/1* took ue������en bottles-.. 8efore-I,  began to take It I trelglicd ll") pouttda. aod t_4w  I weigh 175. I am working steadily lad feel  tike a well man.   I send jrou many thank*."  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellete cure coo-  stipation.  HARVaT- MoOARTBR & FlrfKMAJS  :i"   BmtaU������j..,8oUc������torB., Ete.  ���������mkmmb    tor    Imperial   'Bank    mt  Canada " '' "  ar? ftmja.to loan at 8 per eent ,  xtoJriS*"    *k*ons Bank Block. ���������   \  mm, 8t������et Heveletohe 8tattoo, &c.  ���������*������������������ w. caoss  Uacksuto Arena������, Ror-elatok,  Surgeoa to the C. PL������/      -  Health Officer. Clt* ot Revetotoke'  Methodist Church, -Rerelatpfee  f������2������������Wnit    oerviW at-11  a.  m  ant-7:99 p.m.   Ciaai meeting.at th.  SE-^LS6 ""'"S ~rV^. Sab!  bath'sehool and Bible claes at 2-so.  wee������iy prayer mooting every. Wed-  ?ffr?LJ7miDB at 7J*>. The pubtl*  aw oordUHy Inrltetl.   Seate freV  RKVAJ.THOMPSON,   Partor.  Bt. Peter's Chooeh (Anglican}  Bight a.m^ Holy HuchariBt;. u  a.m.. raatlna, Htany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, flrat Sunday in the month);  t:������ Sunday school, er chlMreBtf  service; 7t80 evensong (ohoral) cart  ���������armon. Holy Days���������The .Urntr  Eucharist Is celebrated at 7 a.ml7|  ���������*���������������������������. as aanounced. Holy nun I rem  after Sunday school at 8:15.  C. A. PROClTNIKR.Vtcar.  .   , Presbyterian Church  .  Service. every  Sunday    at  U ma  mm* 7.80 p.m.   Bible.Class at B:M 9.  m. to which all are welcome. Pifei  ���������aeetlns at 8 p.m. every Wednee&y.  . RBV. W. C. CALDER, Pastor.  Roman Cathc^lc, Cbarch-  -  ifaas  ant aod  third    8unday& ia  saastli'.at'ilOiM am. '���������-  ,   rREV..FATHER THAI  ' Salvation Army : 'f  Veetlas every nlsht - U - their-  ���������o Irwt street  m  Hy ���������!������������������ 11 rnm'  Revelstoke Herald  food.  Mrs. Moshlc-r then fled to the stc-  floor,   -tv-here   she '-was   followed  ond  by tho negro, who demnnded hor  money.' She replied that she had no  money, bul   told where    k.-ic i;ej>l. hdr  ctirn.stnnces.  ing on tho case.  NelBou, January ,32th: i-  .'  Butter-Choice   dairy,' 22c;   cream-  cry 24%  to 36M>c  Cheese^���������New Cheese.  ISo.  Eggs���������Choice, frosh, 31c.  Oat���������������Per ton. ?28.'  Millfeed���������-Bran. $20; shons. $22  per - ton.  Flour���������Manitoba  patent,   S5.40  Hay���������Per ton. $23.  Potatoes���������Per ton. $20.  Montreal  Prices  Montreal, January 11:  Receipts of livo stock at the Boat  End abbatoir on Thursday ,wore 700  head of cattle and. 275 sheep and  lambs.  Butcher.- wero out iu full forco.  here was tin activo demand for good  Btodc but common and inferior cattle were dull of-salo.* Beet cattle sold  fit IM to 5o, good at 3% to 4Vic and  common at 21/,' ,to 3>4c per, pound.  Cormrrtt paid 2n per pound for 'lean  cows. ' ; '      * '  British   I.lvo  Stock  Hales     .  London-, January 7: .  A stronger foqllng has prevailed in  this markot during the- week for  American cattlenpd pr'ces Bhow'an  advance of ,*y������c, ch'oir.c selling at Wrier  The- market for cfieep was Ann at 13c:  ItHOBKS  OREAT  3CHEiVrB  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  Is tho leading newspaper or  the-great mining districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  ' in authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unquestionable Information. It enjoy*  a large circulation and Is con-  ���������oqnently unequalled - aa , aa  advertising medium ln th*  field In which it Is pi'***.teacd.  Sii-JSGiiptipn $2.00 Per finntlm  |1,25 For Six MonlK- ���������  StriBtlu Jn BtoncB,  It takes a .foremost .piace in  - Um race for prominence and  .popularity with business  houses and as a consequence  4oee more business .. with  those requring printed, etatl-  ment In Eastern British, Col- .  smbla. The class ot work ,  turned out has been pronoun- ���������  cad-equal to.any thing of the  klad" executed ln the larga '  eltlea   by much-larger.,print-;.'  osery .and office supnltes than  . any other printing   establlsh-  .erlec.  .''.1:  Job Printing Department  Is equipped with the latest  -faces In- type designs and all  work entrusted to The Herald  is. handled by exprtenowJ  wortanenywho thoroughly un-  . derstand the proper use of the  at   their', disposal ,\  The Herald does no*jelatertn'i '-  ha the only printing heme In  thedtetriot but It does olalsi..  to be ' "    " ":  Thoroifghltf Up-f o-Date lo  Every PartiBillar  Surely nothing couh]  be more dra- tho   war   has  brought   to   him   muat  niatie   than   thc    decoration     of   the seem   to   th<.  frrr-y    old    soldier." tho  iIpikI  body of Lieutenant IlotiertH. the filol      of      halt      tho      world,    .'as  Fon of the commander in chief,    with' nothing       when he        reMettjtors  the    Victoria   Cross, .whicli   he ,won that it cost the* death of hie .'only and  when  he lost his life at the dreadful well  loved  ������ort.  - ,'"''     . ���������  igl't at Colenso.   All the honors that *r������        .'���������"V"  ,*���������-  fn a ,.',hoft introdirctlon lo "From  the* Ciipn to .Cairo" by Hwiirt f."  (Jrugari a"d Arthur. If. .S>'arpo., and  just publisht-d by *,an EnRllsh 'houso,  Mr. Cccetl Rhodes inako< thebc cot-  rnentB; "I muat say I envy you, for  you hnvo done that whleh haa been  for centuries _��������� the ambition ��������� of evnry  explorer, namely, to v-alk ��������� throuph  Africa froth North to South. Tlio  amufK'iwnt of the whole. Ihinpr l*; that  ,a youth .from Cambridge/iurlnt? h!9  vneiilion should *,have sucoeeded '' in  doiTig--_thiit which the .Dond-ypn*? roc-'  plorpra of-the. world have failed to  accomplish. There-Is a dls-ln.--: l.iinio'r  In.tho,whole thing. It makes mo  tho moro, certain that we shall complete- tho, telegraph and ta-Iw.-iv, for  surel^flj^jB not to bjb he.itnn bV ,b������  tegs tj^'a. Cambridge V-K^ltTadu'aU;.1  Tourieucceas," Mr. Rhodes adds, ''the  moro confirms otio's l>eH*.f. -.^he  fchemee described by Sir WiUla.Vi  narcourt as *wli<i cat1 you have-proved aro canablo of pjtag -eeikoieted  otbd In that gea*J sunn's llfetenc.'  And ln a position to give as  good value for the mocey expended, either for advertising  space in Its publication or  for Job prfaUing, as c&a. be  given by any other house of  ' the kind ln British (Dolumfete.  Write for estimates and sam  ples of .printing. All wort  tamed out promptly aad satisfactorily. - One price,to all.  No Job can be too largo or  too small for'-The 'Herald's  c-onalderatton.������ Special attention given . to orders by. mall.  A. JOHNSQN, Pi;Qpri���������tor?  i  -"caa^;vta->w_fsvj1;s(������- Jl,  fttlPWEMENTS FOR IHE FRONT  A GREAT NUMBER OF JHE  MEN NOW  AT THE FRONT  ARE NOT IN FIGHTING TRIM.���������ENTERIC FEVER.  . BXCOMMU NICATKD  Hunting for the   Pole.- An   Enormous   Elevator. -The  Nicaragua Canal.���������War in.Central America:  lxmdon.W   IB.-IndicaUbns    are - BO^HS SORRHNDBR    -  aet wanting-that-the. decision,   of the  government   to   send  -relaforccnvints  - haa not been taken a moment too soon  Colonel Colvllle'a  mobile    column.  which  has been  puraalng  the BocrS  has been obliged to rest at Greyling-  iwad to .erect a blockhouee and cease  operations until reinfortod by mounted troops:   Paget has taken.his force  te Pretoria to refit. Many of the  ��������� men are suffering from enteric fever.  ______o     " 'v        '  More, Men. tor the Front.  Tolstoi. Will. Not be*  Buried in "Consecrated   Ground���������Uan   of  ' ' tho Cbxrch  ! Berlin. Jan. IC���������A letter from  St Petersburg ������rree the details of thc  instructions seat by the, holy synod  to'every Russian bishop f*r tho purpose ������T securing he full |������Sect of  Co������nt   TolatoU's  eacommuntcaUon.  Tfaese instrucUoaa forbW the priests  from officiating at his oesoiqu'ies ' or  BOlemntslog requiem masses. for the  repose of h������ aowl. Tbey- also forbid  the inter-tent of Ms body In consecrated ground.  i.  RAILROAD COMBINATIONS  Loudon, aJn. 'ie.-IRepe*rtlng to the  war office under date of Pretoria, Jan.*  14, Lord Kitchener says: "Beyers'  whole force' crosed the railway near  Kaaifontein on January 12, making  lo the east' 'There are no' Important changes In the positions in the  colonies. Several, small, parties* ap-;  poar to be returning to the Orange  River Colony. Some Cape rebels  who accompanied a- commando into  the colony, haves urrendered."  _+������������0������������������������������������M������ ������'���������'���������!>������������������>*���������������������������������������������������*������������������*������������������*���������*���������*������******+*+**!  A JEW ROAD TO TBE WEST  William   Mackenzie,   the Railway Magnate,   Expects to  haye a  Road to  the   Wheat Fields   Before the End  : i of .901.    Signs oi Prosperity in the West.  A few days ago Mr. Wtlliain Ma'c-  A 8EVERE PIQHT  ALarge Increase to the Imperial Yeo;  manry.   Ten Thousand Fresh Troc-ps  Will be in the Field In a Few Days.  Eight Thousand Horses a Month Going Into South Africa.  New   York.   Jan.   lS.-Theru  ia   a  mod deal   of nncertalny as   to   the  ������_ct   intentions   of   thc   government  in regard to the'question of rdnforoe  ments   for  8outh'   Africa,  says    the  Tribune's London eorresoondeat. Tne  mnouncement  that, the  enrolment  of  Baden Powell's pollc-a Soros had been  abandoned Is'officially contradicted, lt  is now stated ,that ln  addition to  Ue  constabulary   the   war  oflice   intends  to despatch to the Cape about 5,000  men    to    strengthen    the    Imperial  ��������� yeomanry- which  as a  fighting  body  has! been seriously  weakened.    It  is  expected   that   without  counting   the  police recruits.a tow weeks will see  more than 10,000-fresh BriUsh troops  tn the field.     The question of mounts  is   also   being   dealt  with   and .it. is  understood horses are   being ' sent'.to  ���������South Africa at the rats ol about 8,000  ti  month.  London, Jan. 15.���������The latest casualty list shown there has been a ae-'  vere engagement, with a loss of Blx  killed. 17-wounded.and 'five missing,  at MmTay8burg, where tho Dutch are  said to have Joined the' lnvadora.  STARTING FOR HOME  Cape -Town,' Jan. ;i6.���������Lieutenant  General 8ir Frederick Carrington  with the head quarters staff will sail  for England tomorrow. The Duke,  of Edinburgh's volunteer rifles left  Cape Town .today forOriquatown..  New York. Jan. 8.���������Jas. J. Hill  again today was the central figure in  Wall street. In an Interview he outlined what he"and his -associates in-  the "railroad c&minunlty^of.'interests"  are trying to accomplish.' In.stead of  a 'combination 'of great rail roads  under one syetm he said be was trying to bring about an agreement  between certain big i-ysteuts of the  northwest by which friction would bo  prevented and the roads oporatetl  more economically. He denied thar  he as here to see J. Pierpont Morgan  or Rockefeller."   o   SMALLPOX   IN   CHICAGO    l  THE NICARAGUAN CANAL  Washington,' Jan.- le.y-Mr:. Morgan  asked the unanimous vconeent in the  -.senate"  yesterday that   the   vote  Chicago, Jan. 1,6.���������Binoc the first  case of smallpox was discovered on  November 30, 1W0. In a man who .had  como from Ashland, Wisconsin,' 30  cases have been fouad by the "health  authorities and sent to the isolation,  hospital. The second case was  brought here from Erio, Pa.', on De-  comber 11. and the third from Iowa  on December 14. On the 28th of  December two independent casea developed f on the'south side.,.From the  first, day of this year every' day* de"  veloped ono or morn cases in dlf\  lorent' parts of .the cltr  ,      , *    t^���������i^ ;���������  WAR IN CENTRAL AMERICA-  kenztej the ereat railway' magnate  was interviewed by tho Toronto  World. ' He made a number'of statements Well worth reproducing and of  great interest to western, peopl"  "I see no indication of hard times  m this country. On the contrary, 1  believe the great west will keep  steadily on its career of prospcrit.v."  Northern line to the seaboard. "AU  wo care aliout at present," said 'Mr.  Mackenzie, "is to get the line completed to Lake Superior. " This we  expect to have by the end of 190L  We will then be in a condition to  . move our share of the western wneat  ' crop. This is the main consideration  at the present"  "Are,you making any arrangements  for new buildings  in  the  -'city next  was the reply "of William Mackenzie, 1 summer?"  the railway magnate, in reply to a I *'oh, all that remains, to be consld*  question today. . Mr. Mackenzie, in-1 ered." was the answer. "Wo will  terviewed upon " the statement made probably pass through the city some*  ln  eastern  papers that his lin^.  tlie^ where."  Canadian Northern, was to b������ united | When questioned regarding th������  with the Pary Sound line of Mr. J. R. | large pulp mill which it was reported  Booth to form a transcontinental line. 1 he intended to build at Fort' Francis  refused to commit himself ou the Mr. Mackenzie stated that' plan wa*  subject, declaring- that he knew being discussed by American capital  nothing'of it save what he read in Ists, -and he was interested only s<  tho newspapers. He believed, how- ��������� far as It concerned the country ant  ever, that tho big bridee ovor tho j the traffic on his' line. The pro  Ottawa- at Hawkesbury was completed , moters had approached him. on tht  and ready for" traffic; * From there question of freight rates. Ho believed  the line.,runs, north of the Ottawa" the place was exceptionally adapte*  and .St. Lawrence rivers to Quebec, for such business, as there was pleat}  This would form .a "continuous chain of pulp wood In the vlcinltv and goo*  from the western end of the Canadian   water power close at hand  ffWFrfWnrfrWWW ]  THE MOLSONS BANK  Inoorpobatkd bt Aot ov Paauamarr, 16-5.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  F_W up Capital  RneC F���������nd  C9UKMKOOO  3.06<U>00  DIBS0TOB8;  Wu. MotBOM KiCPUBBSOK, PnaMeof, 8. B. Bwiaa, Vtoe-Fre���������_���������t ;  ���������tr. U. _������hbay,Saxt*fx Pro���������t, J. P. C_���������*>������������. H. _���������__-io> Met a*���������.  L-f. Cot. F. C. IIh������������������-w.  Jamba Exxtor, Geceral ttaaas**.'  A general-banking business transactod.  ratea.  Interet* allowed at current���������  J. D. MOLSON.  Ma3���������(sa, Bim���������stoke, B.C.  ������4_*M*iU&bidBW������Ui^  Washington, Jan. 15.���������The state department  today ' received   a  telegram-  Minister  Looi������.tB    at'' Caracas,  DE WET THREATENS'  VENGENCE  yesterday that the vote be from  taken on the' Nicaraguan canal, bill, stating that the Venezuelan govern-  on February 1: Danlels-(Dem'.,"Va.) I ment has seized two steamships of  objected. Morgan thereupon offered, the Orinoco, Shipping & Trading eom-  .resolutlons declaring that ' the rati- patty fir um aganist tho revolution-  ���������fication by Great Britain'of the Hay-];^. Th-se -vessels were ���������..tinder'1 the  Pauncefote treaty, as amended by the British, flat; but'were ownftd. princi-  senate was not in the conditions pally by Americans. "  precedent to , canal., ^legislation ���������and  Death in the Cards  He Wiii Shoot the Author of a Book on  Sight:    " Refugees Flocking  ,    ���������   to Camp  Kroonstandt, Jan. 14.���������Tho success  of the burghers peace committee in  dlatributing among the republicans,  Paul Botha's book "From Boer to  Boer" has Infuriated -DeWet, who it  is reported, swears ho will shoot the  author at the first opporunlty.  -- The refugee camp is now occupied  by 2000 population. Another is being  formed at Rhenoater.  Supplies of all kinds in tho towns  are shortening daily. The Boens are  most active northward and go in the  direction of Lindley. Various commandos appear to belJorning Gonoral  DeWet   to   the .southward.  that the principles Of "the. Clayton.  Bullwer*.treaty furhis&etf^no Jjiaf or  adequate ground "for objection "im the  part of'Great Britain'to such legislation. .    * *  A New Continental Road  Talk of a Road From, Wirihipegto the  Pacific���������Hill Not Interested  This Time.  CHINESE RAILWAY-AFFAIRS-  Pefein, Jan. 14.���������Russia, today began  fuming over the. railway to Germany.  ''The' latter intends to place the management of the-line-..with the former  emoloyees of the! .'.company' tinder  military ,supervision. Germany has  requested'., the 'station 'masters, engine,  drivers and mechanlrs wtio were  formerly employed to report at Enan'.  TTVANS AND STAFF BANQUETTED  Ottawa; * Jan.    16.���������The -stafff- o  , Colonel   Evans,  C.  M. ��������� R.. 1enre  Ot-  Winnipeg..Jan. 13.���������It was reported j tawa tot_av, arriving in Winnlpee on  iu  Duluth  railway  circles    yesterday > Thursday  mornlnK.      At tbe  requ������st  that there is another transeontinenal '  scheme on foot in which the city is  concerned. This time J. J. Hill Is not  interested, not as a promoter at least,  It is .no lejs a .proposition than a  line' from ocean to ocean, consisting  of tho Grand Trunk, Wisconsin Central, the McKenzie & Maim road and  tho James Dunsmuir connection from  Winnipeg'to the Pacific  cf Colonel Evans a photograph was  t iken of the staff yenterday.' andf in,  the evening tbey werp lavishly en-  t-pftninert to a banquet given- at' the  Hotel Cecil, which was a larse success.  A Straagc Freak of Fate.-r-A Clubman Expires After Tutv  ning up a'Death Bond.  , Jacob Cole, a wealthy -real estate visible power. Ho stooped to pick  dealer and-an old time .resident of them up. ��������� Thc were the ace, queen>:  Fordham, died a few days ago at the king and jack "of spades. The old  Fordham hospital, just 13 hours after man frowned 'slightly. * He began"'.  Hehad-be6n stricken "while playing again.to slowly^arrange them.- Then  'a game of penuckle ��������� at the Roosvelt Mr. Berrian saw a strange thing. The_,  dub. There fell to his hand- "the four "cards .fell out of the old man's  suit of death." and, though- the old hand again.'-. His frown' increased,,  man never, believed there was any and the lines about his 'mouth deep-  prophecy in cards, the peculiar -dr-^ened as though he *��������� was making a  eumatrfnees just before heVwas strlck- 'strong effort.to control some emotion  en- must have-impressed him, lor'a's though ho was- in' pnin.'  Mr.  Cole  was 68    years old, . .and .    "What's the-,matt!or?"    aBked    Mr.  Thursday afternoon went to tho club   Berrian. _��������� _,.���������_    . _ ������.-..*���������,,,.'...���������,���������  house" at Webster, avenue and Kings-1 ' "How do-jrou feel?":. - . ',��������� ���������-  Tiridge road with his nephew, Edward | ,- "I feel with my fingers,"-answered  Berrian. ' He was iii his U6ual iffliial Mr. Cole, with a weak attempt ,at  mood, and as the cards were being jocularity. He stooped and plckejl lip  dealt.he joked with Mr. Berrian. Tho .the cards again. ��������� He,had just'corn-  card turned -for-the"> trump w_9 a pleted the task vWhen all thc cards,  heart    " ,..._. .    j feH to tl_c {_0-or an^ ho sank bacjk'in,  Mr. - Cole, looking" hastily 'over his Bis chair. The doctor who was 'sum-'  'hand, found that he,'bad-only one'moned advised his immediate, remoy-  heart and that a nine, spot Al- al to" the hospital, saying he was su'f-  though he had six nines, the -jack of fering from hemorrhage of tho brain  clubs the jack of spades, the ace of and paralysis of-the left hand.. He  clubs and thc queen, king and ace of,' never recovered consciousness,  spades. -.- When   the   cards   were- picked   up  He started to arrange his cards, from the floor where they had fallen  Four of them fell from his hand as' from his hand all lay face downward  though  forced   from  it by some in-- save the,"death suit."  - . . _ ,.-���������  A Deserved Rebuke  J, D, Sibbald  ���������      ���������~������^���������~'���������^������������������__*i_���������������������������  ,    REAL ESTATE  '   %   ";��������� MINING  ���������AND. -*  INSURANCE  'AGENT  RATE $1 oo PER DAY  ..pTkft;   '  Columbia  House.  Good accommodation.    A   __ood ���������!���������>'*���������-  well supplied  with/choice wim������-  Kquorsand cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains-  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors  Boers Approach the Sea  Cape Town .Civic Authorities Take Action to Guard the City.    A Gloomy  Situation.  ��������� London, Jan. 16.���������Oenoral Brabant,  -while' addressing a -conference of  mayors in Cape "Town, said the authorities were anxious to keep the  war away from Cape'rTown, if pos-  * sible, out the only hope of doing this  was. by sending. 1,000 : men to the  front, " He urged that that no precaution should; be. -.emitted to prevent the enemy from advancing further south.  HUNTING FOR THE  POLE  A WINNIPEG  DOCTOR DBAD  A Canadian From  Quebec to- Start on  a Polar.-Expeditiou.^ He Will Travel  by a New Route .and by Aid of. Hjs  Own Inventions.  London, Jan. 16.���������Captain-J. Elzer  Berhter.' of Quebec',' Who vo'.untooied  to make a voyage- of discovery to  the north pole by a1 new routo and by  tho aid of Inventions,of hls^own for  Ice travelling ���������' has ' practically completed arrangement' in'" England and  will sail,"for Canada in few,days to  submit '.his ideas - ,to; -Sir '" W  Laurier. '. {. "r    *  He Had- Been at the War.   I  Winnipeg, Jan. 15.���������Dr. Rose, a  young medical min of this city, who  wont to South Africa'with the Pb-st  contingent, and who has onlv returned lately, died suddenly, in the St  Bonifac hospital, this' mornins. He  wa-s Iiousg snreeon , .  ?. 5URNS & CO.  Sir-Alfred Milner Scores Stead in Scorching Terms.-- -A Siing-  . ingXriticis'*..   . - -    '  SPURIOUS REOIMKNTALS  Pretoria. Jan. 15.���������The British captured an adltitant of "Comman'lant  Beyeres', staff near Kaaifontein yesterday. Like other membprs nf, thi=  commando he was dresstpd in  Ichaki.  COLONEL    RIITTAN    RKTIRINCJ-  ; Sir Alfred Milner, the'British' commissioner, ln South, Africa,.- has. administered the following Btlnglng re-  bukeVto W. T. Stead, the English  journalist .who haa been espousing  the", cause cf the Boers. . He-says:  ' I'have received "your broad"., sheet  and,; 'as you" have asked,,":my  cp'.nLn, ycu shall have, lt, and1. ' i  wi.l also forward it to the press.*My  op'nion ; is that you, ought to.'.De  ashamed''of yourse'.f fcr circulating  so vile a slander "against your fellow  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  that any BriUsh  officer could  t>o  demean  himself-as-to spread  to  gross  a calumny agaln.st his fellow soldiers  without having the courage    to    put  his   name   a)   it.     If, . indeed, .   any  - British   officer " has   stooped  'so   low, ���������  I can only  say  that ' he    is' a, contemptible coward,  and  I  should   like  to   have   the  opportunity     of   telling  him  so to his" face; .but in  my -opinion  the British 'officer-does not  live  far from .the office of    W. T.  Stead.'  Personally,"I prefer', to  .believe tho  testimony of Lord lloberts, Sir Red  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  Vi|  Winnipeg, Jan! 15���������;Cnlmiel  Rtittan  has announced;his intention of retir-  /ilfrid 'ling.from,corrmard of tho 901 h%rifles.  I after 17 "years! serviced  Strathcona's Horse  count'-/; men.* You " seem to; have,. vers Buller and other, brave generals  maae it; your'mission iii-life to jvijify as to .the ,conduct( ot our soldiers-in  your country and to', slandpr.the South "Afi ica. J ''den't', knowMf you  brave, men,- who have _,!,suffere'd _aiid , have taken' the "'trouble'' to read Lord  .borne.so mucb for.thelr.countiv. .It 'Roberts' touching farewell .to his,  seems to mo a pity that you don't troops, when he'speaks of the gal.--  remove yourself to Francs, and offer lantry, the T>atieut ���������'endurance,- the'  your services to' the' gutter press, good .conduct and -humanity;? of ,'oli.r  where they < would undoubtedly ^be brave so'diers.- If you have ncad Lit  appreciate!. .As to the letter cf "A arid ltr'hasIhot made you nsTi'amed^uf  British   Officer",!   decline   to   believe   yourself, I am  af raid, nothing willf  Boers Penetrate Nearly to Cape Town.  Sc-i"  A Plot to Slay the Czar Frustrated.���������A Big; Enterprise.���������.  * Collapse of a  Building at Vancouver.���������Rebels   .";'  Brought to Time.���������A Permanent 'Railway   l .-  .'Commission. '-V/-  Big Enterprise-for-Halifax-  LARGE'STEELSHIPBUILDING SCHEME  ���������4>^'.vr>.       ON FOOT:.-"- ' l- '-'  ' '���������-'"'' ��������� <������. f    '      i'v'"-"''  ���������'JH~t J< ������������������-'���������'' '"-  T *V  ' -' *Ottaw_,'.-'- - Ja_, -   ' li���������atrathcona's  ' 5 Uorse -sh'onltj '-be - back - ln - Canada - by  ' 'thevend Pof 'February-.-������������������ .The .following  ,- cable. waa.reoajFed" at .the militia department. ' pptd,-. ,I4eutanaat    Colotiel  flisgar to'daRii/--: >'��������� v-  '      ���������vt3apetowpv..;',Ja_.':;H'.-:-Tho  Strath-  - ooca '-.Horse .afiUea'' for 'H_H__t about  Use 12th laat    .-'_-'. ^  A -PUNITIVE tXPEOJTION  General Mack Expected  BOERS NEAR CAPE TOWN.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  eel   and. Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout La_e  Scddle  and   Pack  Hore-^s   Always '  fur  Hire.  Fic*ic:'r>tinE  and  '-Tf-aminR a  Spociiliy.  -A^RAIbWrVKCOMMISSIO^  _ BOERS MAKE A .CAPTURE .Jg.W,  The Invader, have .Penetrated Neariy  * to the Seaport .Town.   No One allowed to Travel.Outside Without a Permit.  Capetown, Jain.'' ii.���������So", alarming  has the<Boer .invasioni* become 'and  so close .to.this cltyi'is.'Hortzcjg and  his invaders that air travelling has  been suspended except under permit.  In every suburb of tho city .* special  gtiai ds have been , formed and tbe  a  goperal   at-  Rebals on the West Coast of Africa Severely Punished. , Many Killed,  . Wounded and Captured. (More  Fighting fxpwted.  Balhurst, . Gambia.    Wont    Africa,  Jan.* 14.���������The;British   punitive 'expe-   _  dition arrived'at! Jhunbutaoo Jan. li [ city stands   expecting  and completely, surprised,,and routed   tack,  tha rebels.   The uiojpis captured the  town after three hours fighting.' Sixty  rebels were killed,. 60. wounded   and  200. captared.     Six   important  chiefs  will' be -brought ��������� tp -Bat-Urst..  The BrtWBh,- casualties' weie six  West Indians wounded. Mo*-e Meriting is e_peej������_' ".;"  Subsidies from the City -' The .Works  1   to be as large as Any in .the    -..  '  ,    . '     World.  Hallf.T: Jan. IC���������The pbtabllshment,  at Halifax of a big steel .ahip building enterprise is'being agitated.,The  city is asked to assist' financially. -> A  joint meeting of' the city" councll'and.  board ot trade committee was held  last night to discuss what help should  be given. The hoard "of .trade favored tho giving by the city of about-two  dollars per ton on every steamer ���������built  and,actually put Into operation. This  would be for a period nt ���������������/������ years.  Ftor a further period fcflve-yoars the  board advocated the bounty to be one  dollar per ton. The city representatives' on the other hand, were ���������will-  ing  to  grant a 'suhsldy\6f J J6JW0 'a  A BilLwill'be Brought into Parliament  r Providing for-a Permanent Railway  Commission to Consist of  *;,'-"���������.",     . Three Men. : -  Montreal,''Jan. 14.���������Mr. Blair, minister, of railways; has made an , Important announcement that he Intendn  to present ta bill to parliament providing for; the .appointment of a permanent commission to cpnsist of three pcr-  Booa, with'power to'deal with all matters now dealt with-, by the railway"  committee';' of the privy council and  now decided by the minister of rall-  Dailvi StiiRe leaves Thomson's LaudirtR every inorniiiR  at      0 clock  i for Trout Lake Citv.    For particulars write  CRAIG & MILLMAN. Thomson's Landing *,  A TREACHEROUS 8LACK.  A MURDER PLOT  .ARISTOCRATIC   ACCIDENT  -London, Jan.. 10.���������Tbe Duchcfs  of Marlborough, while hunting with  the Heythorp hounds yesterday wah  thrown from heri home while clearins  a fence. The horse rolled over her.  but.,.sue- escaped! with notl-liii; more  ' 'thrm" a revere shaking up.  Tha Bosrs Profitby a Native Guide. The  Btitish Drove them ������C ' A Serioua'.;  ,.-.'. ^"Situatiofl   '.  ���������,.   '  London, Js_)'���������*.iE.*-fti ..the .recent attack on.Zeurtontein ������_,'j������c.a^Or- showed  the Boers the only entrance' through  the wire entanglements- The garrl-  ���������wu altboufih cotaposea prinlpally ot  youag recruits, of Norfolk's, plucklly  expelled tht Intruders',^ klUing aad  wonading"aeveral.Boers. Tne entire  Boer force-of atxrat l.OdO sen have  Konc ea8j:Tr������iJ������. '���������  year It-the. proposed shops wore con-  tsructed, and an additional'subsidy of  54,OOo~'a year if the" establishment included a'.boller and enginoworks. The  subsidy., would be .for a ,'period' of. 20  years. The promoters say that the  steed shipv building works '-that - they,  propose to "establish "at" Halifax will  be as "large as any in;the world. They  would build, freight >ahd S, passenger";  steamers. It is intended to ask the  Dominon and provincial governments  also for..subsidies .    '.',,,   v  AN ENORMOUS ELEVATOR  - ->  \,  .Montreal, Jan. .10.���������J. A. .Jaraleson1  has ,completed plana- > for,'-'a ,million  and a' half bushel elevator" at Port  .Artliur. , .The.structure is to.bo for  .Mackenzie and Mann'and *?Is to 'cost  $350,000 ".it, will , be completed by  'ISoptember. ' .     ,    '   ', ,.    11 "-i .    j- ���������  Vancouver Drill Hall Falls  A Russian Prince Arrested on Charge of  Plotting the Death of the Czar.���������  The Accused is a Nihilist, and  was Formerly Under SeV  tence of Death. i  Paris, Jan. 14.���������La Patrie publish-  lea a despatch from Nice which says:  Pri-jjer'VicSor-i MWtadlhidiJie!' was 'Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 16.���������A, part  aiT'cotea" hereon a charga "that he "was of the new drill, hall .being built by  plotting-"to make an attempt on the..the Dominion'government oollapsed  life of the caar on tho occasion of; on" Monday night at 18 o'etoc���������;'Tha.  thd lotter'a expected visit.' Prince' frost got ihto'the brick at the 16w-er  MakadihWIse, who is a.'well known' end of the wall and the sudden thaw.  Nihilist, was coademnod to death.in  Russia In 1285.  London; Jun. IC.���������Owing to Boer  operations food ts becoming unprocurable (a Johannesburg.   -  caused tbe wall to bulge. "A heavy  wind did the rest The wall buried  the steel girder for the,roof and the  cut stone facing lying on thc  ground damaging them. Tbe loss  will be beavT.  The 'Revelstoke  Herald fSuui' w������kiy'j'  . Has more readers' ln North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers in- Revel-.-  .stoke than   ' any Mother?'paper;  'does-more job printing fn the  cltyvtl'aD any* other, paper; It's  news is more1* 8pjcy and up-to-  :_ate;'it8 Influence,,, la greater:-  Its advertising rates are'lowest  ��������� circulation considered} its sub  serration rate i������ only $2.00/pel  anhcKo; It covers the field. 'Try  It and be with the crowd.  -Writ* to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  -, RevelSi-Mie. B C.  Xx>ndon,   Jan.   16.���������Three" hundred  Boers."captured a' small ���������' British con;*  voy at Brlnkhuret Spruit near Pre^*  ,toria. but made off .after* liberating  the prisoners. -      ,'���������,,,���������*  IMPERIAL BpK,'   :  OECAPOA  '., ,,JI<!iid Office,' Toronto.j ...  Capital Authorized^ .-    $2,390,000.00  Capital Paid'Up, ', ���������       $2,4^8,609.00  Rest;    i     -   ���������    '..'/*-        -$1,700,000.00  _i      >v.'      -    T  ������������������       's  DIRECTORS:    '    ,     -i  il ��������� ��������� '  "   H.  S.  Howland,, President    -  T.R.Merrltt.Vi('q-Pres.   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaflray   ���������  Hugh   Ryan, .T' Sutherland,  Ktayner  ''   Ellas Rodgers   .' -'  D. iR. 'Wilkie, General Manager  '���������"'.'''���������"���������BRVCNCHES '���������'-''  North West' and British Columbia;  Brandon, ^Calgary. ���������'  Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  ��������� -   Prince   ., Alberto-    Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  CWlarib:     -   - ,  j Essex,. FcrguB, Gait, lngersoll,  '     Llstowel,      Niagara   Falls,    Port  Celborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines. StThomas.  Toronto, Welland, Woodstoea.  '    Hamilton. , " ,   '    .. _.,"   '  Quebec:   . . -���������,.-'  ,.  Montreal.     ' f,'    ' ���������  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  df-fl and (Upwardii received and in-'  terest  allowed.  jw . Debentures���������Provincial. - Municipal,  'and other 'debentures'  purchased..' i  Draft*, and Letters of Credit���������  ATallAble at all points . of Canada.  United ,'Kingdom ,, United States,  Europe;,,India, China Jar1"*- V"  tralla,',!New Zealand etc . ', - , '���������*''' '  Goldi purchased.   ��������� .    ,  Thia, bank Issues Special  Receipts  whlcfc will be accounted for at any  of the Hudson's   Bay  Co's  Posts jn  the Yukon nnd Northern district*.  A. R. B   HEAR.N.   .  V.w---r Ttw������_tPkp i^s-b  PACIFIC  A^B SOO LIME...     .  STILL CONTINUES'TO OP-  . ERATEfJRSTrC.LASS  SLEEPERS ON ALL  TRAINS FROM? REVEL-  -STOKE AND KOOTENAY  LANDING  tibly furnUbed   with the choicest  the market Hffnrrlfi. Best,   WineB  Liquors and Citzars. - Large,  light  bedrooms. Ryttes 81    a    day.  Monthly rat-e.  '  1-WfcPlI.;:  ROBERT, SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymari.  . Z>ra_i_rus and delivery work a"i  ty.    Team- alwajra r_uly on i   notta*.      OintrR<*fs  fnr tnrMnxf takwn.  Also Toiui.^t Gar.4* i>a������wing  I )umiiorc Juuctioii. .X>aity ��������� for  vSt,. PjuiI. Satunlays for Mon  treal and IJoston. >rotidayj5  arid Thursdays for Toronto  Same cars pass Uevelet'oke one  day earlier.        '.���������':���������__--:a    "'  % No tronlilp- t<3 quote rates  and give you a^ppinJ^V;regarding s'tlic" ,'Eas'terir^ 'fvip you  eonteinpbif^.taking-' ���������'��������� ^ '������������������'     - .  . N   .-.'.- ���������"     t  ���������  fa-It and Winter Schedule now effective  : i nr ..'J? nictableH^Rttes. and full -io-  furniatbin eltfl oil or nddres*r"hoarest  local iiKen*. (rf * ' v' ���������  T. A. BBAOSIIAW.     ',. E. P. COYtt;      - .'  A������crt ��������� A. C. P. A.  wn-tistokt    .-'1������     v������ace������v������f"ii C.  REVELSTOKE  v IRON WORKS  Blacksmithiug,   Jobbing,  Plumbing,  Pipe Fitting,   x  Tinsmithing   Sheet Iro������H'!  Work,   31achinery,. Re-  pairctL  Mining    Work    a    Spcdakp  aOBT. OORDOH  R������vel������itoJte-  _^j_j__L_,   Tta_ert-k!_s a������d, it*al>Bl_iin������  ���������' R. Howson xSiJCxfi,."4j  'i.".'' T><*a'.*r"   'i   >>ir.i,'t..-e.  ���������P': '7  1*5!  1 Z .  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Pine for 25c a,*.baJ*lQ.*.,v1,'.%  fr _ . tA -:t v, i **ly*���������.������;������  ??CANADA DRU.G^.BOOK C.O  %  Jjjfi-                     KUV_U>TQK_ >f*  .-_���������;.������" . _. 1 .__ X  -3k-- '"Night': Bell'off'Door,;;,*;.$  -*r-c .    \      *  . **y* i.***** 1*++***********-*'  ,-r-^**ftt>*>.v.>.t..,.A*&-.KvY.^.-v,7*-!.,...L^^   - *" "" "T>r ,."������ ~"      X'Vli  y^'&y&*AHs  ���������.VI.'J^/'.C   UrVriy .       <i   f '    *<������������������������������������   ' -**  l���������xV2&ay������,   ������&yJ. v4/  liocal and -General News  ^-Keuiember.tbe hotkey, niatch.j,*_   '  Cityc-nnncil-n'iuets-tor.itBfht.- '"  A   bin   m.iil   cime  out   from    the  L.irdt.-iu last night  ������   S>.'.Sutherl.inci. of Ferguson, canie in  frotii the south hist niglit.  ' C t  Mis* Josephine . Levoeque ..cauie' up  from the smith lust tiipht.'.. ' - -? V '*' "'-���������-  D. FfiRiisnn left on Tui'sclfty niglit  on ii visit to the const cities.'  >'     '   '-   '  ��������� KcveNtoke vs. Ashcroft, hockey.  tn.itchat the iink.to:niuTO������vliii>,lit.  ;   ���������  C nuinplirys .jVvent down river, for  it. trip to Robson thin tnuraitij; and will  return toiuoi-i-r*\v,ni.(hi.  ��������� ItemembiT the hockey m.itr-li ������i  thc rink tomorrow  tiiKht.    AdmUsion  00 ('("IltS. it ,;   '   I     .'      ,  ��������� i  MiM* Grant, of Winnipeg, if expected  in on No. 1 t'Hiiichl on a   visit   to' her  sister -Mi.*>. XV. M.j Lawrence.  S. D. Cronlu  returned., from  a,five  weeks.' viiit   to ./'Butte,   Montana,   on  List- nisht's tr.iin^rrotn the south.  *'���������**-,,- ,.^  Tr.'.intntistcT  Ris*.een..K*ft  tor*. V.in-.  ronver l.'.st nijfht for 4 tew ditvt*, On  nis let um he "will b(_..at'i*ouipaived_,b>>  Mrs. Risteen and family.  .-Father RoyrvecGntJy- of* Qn'Appelle  and Re^iti'i. now in charm? at Vernon  wai the gues't"of~Mr.s'D., -.M-lCii'tliy. on  "Wednesd.iy and Th-iiscl.iy.  The annual'Renerarint'etinfj of the  hoard of cradii, which was to have  taken place on Tuc^cluy 'evening, w;n-  postponed indefinitely.  All members of thc OinnRp order in  town ate requested to hold thcniselves  in readiness to attend divine service on  the clay fixed for the   fnii"i'.il   of   Hei-  .Majesty.,   -   .,     , ������r-        ���������- v  * -...-.'. 1, i*.������-i S-. ������..;������'. t.-,., ��������� ' , '.  The dance which the Sons of Eng-  land and liiitifihlers and Muids of  JSnc'l.uid were intending to Rive on  Valentine's O.iy'will not now come off  till'VfteV Easier.''"       :'*   '": *'  Services on Stir.dayjrithird ~aftt'i  Epiphaiir, will be held as usual in St.  Peter's church,-*R������v.���������O.���������A'.- Pfot'iiiiiei-  officiatinR. It ist the second anniversity  of   the   death   of tbe lute* vicar, F. A.  ���������For&i*"'. '*" ^ '"���������-'������������������  > '" -f,    -'', "^  Ft-.ink.-Ltdoticettr.   who"*, has '''just  returned fnun Cape" NcVt'iie, is registered at the Columbia House. Mr.  LadouceuT has tio use* for Nome .-ind  b tys thut it has been a much overrated district.  Gen. ytipt.,M,'ivpolee came -up' from  tha west "on Wednesday and" wns'niei"  here by Supt. Ducliesimy and Commodore Ttonp. , Gen.-.Manager Cioss  was also in from'the'east on-Tuesday  evening, returning next morning.  SupCDiic*liL'shFiy~retiiiT*edTi'(iiii 'the'  coast on Tuesday and iisatitned charge  bc-re once more. - He'''confinns the  rninoL. that he has been offered a position on the railways in Cuba, btit'lbeie  v.ill not be* any change for some time.  "At a meeting tit the Presbyterian  church on Monday evening it was  decided to re-oiganize the Society of  Christian Endeavor. Rev. Mr. Calder  was elected president; Mrs. John Law-  ������>n vice ptosideul and Miss Millard  rnee. treas.  Sandon has arranged to hold n  grand winter cai-nival cotiimeiictn'r  Jan. 2S and lasting till Feb. 1. All the  -.-Iwwkey and-curling eluhs in Yale And  ���������Jv00teiihv"are"c 1 pTjcE'cTtcTbe vepres-en  led. Jtu.. J. Godfrey if thd M-crctory  of thc committee.. ,��������� ' '   Z .  Cond. Cius Boeettcher for many  years conductor., on the K, &, S. railway has^uitl-rajirnHciin'tr and handed  over'comma ml of the'K.'d-. S. limited  ..*o.   ,Br:cUejiiHn   jPronk. ..    Engineer  e  le  ���������ti.it 1;. lhis 111   sumipecl   liueus  Lv. Lawsons.  ,      ;  .      , i >���������'.{,,.     j  , .. ,  PI, '- ������������������     1       J,  ���������Saturday night hockey niittch'- b.'  ������������������"���������ween'Ashfi oft "and ReVblsroketeam:  Aiimission 50c.  '" T>"~ Willi*ime'.'"of the Nettie L and V  Fergithon walked to Tho*rison's  Lam  ing,-from   Arrowhead^ on   the ice   o  Wednesday.     ,; 'V  ���������'A Willing- Worker'-s Society wit*  formed at the residence 'of .Mrs. Clai'l  witli-the I'o.ljowine^lic'C'is: Ptesiiletit  Mis** B. Lawson; Vitc-President. MN  X.-McNub; See.-treas.. MissF. Palmei.  ���������Boys''suits n't cost. M.-L. Lawoons.  * 1  R. P. ,Petlipiecisis   erecting   a   new  building "24x40 two storeys hich at  Feig'.isen. The lower storey will be  the home of thc Eagle and the upper  storey a public li.ill. ,  'Owing to ti printer's error *-ome of  the figures in A. E. Philp .1 Co's adv.  al tliu bottom of this column were  pi int'ed wrong. The figures are now  correct and a perusal ������f the iidvt. will  be of interest tothe ladies.  -Navigation Opened.  t.Tlie--Fi'eci'. Robinson Lumber Co.'c  <.tpnuiei'S Ai-chcr.uiil Lardeau plougheii  .theii'iW-ay.tliri>|ighllie.]i^el.on the Arm  on Wednesday niorttintr and therehv  opened tip.i'oininnutcatiotj again..with  Thomson's Landing, Coniaplix -ind  Liirdeaii points. The manager, Mr.  Fred Robinson, is to he congrattilated  for his efforts in this ditection, and n  feather in the cap of the officers and  crew*.of Hie liltlc s/eamers has heen  gained by tlieii'.ex<'i?jlentrwork.  - It   .-j ",       '^   ���������  "   Skiinj?.     ",  Willi the departuie   from   town   of  some, of.it's exponents skiing has rat her  lost'grtiiind in ,'hr'yelstokei (However  theie have been "some   practice   runs  held    this   winter  and   n.ri- Satin day  aft'M'iioon there ibgeneraH^.ajfjLirii out  of   a   few,'-of the tiietnbej-s-.of.Jihe   Ski  (luh, who are usually joined  by some  ladies, for   a   run   on   th'e   mountain.  Willi such a splendid pr.'i������'ti( e ground  within eas> reai h. it is a pity that this  exhilaiating sport   is   not   mote  g**n  erally.���������indulged  in.by.lhe.rusidents of  Revelstoke.  ijuM\a.}M^yy:  Spoonful  r :  -''.'.������      \ Ci. Jf g  OF DR.'. MACKENZIE'S'$ %  ENGLISH       - V;:,i������  COUGH v ������!  BALSAM       ;...    v     .;'���������;;���������'{ I  will give instant, relief, ���������arid--"'* ':J>  bottle will u^iiillv cure Livo'cr:-',*  Lilt 1  il.tll  ('(.Ills.  know,  all about,   the. in-  ^f5BOR&B^'WWJi'"'T  :l_B_p3Ir*IG  S^QISB  ;?Si;\ i.'srS-'i- ''K/r-^ife: A ��������� -V i'-'������������������'���������*��������� -'- -'������������������,: '-"'��������� ���������'" ���������-'������>������������������������������������ liv/'i ;���������...  XWU^ 'f'-;-.1^4*5 JAMlfe GILL'&^CO; '*^"n<i fcimWi .  ^j-tWSt-      !*jM'i-".lti. .���������      Tl' '���������-'������������������        ���������'   livuiiiQ-wi}  ...-., ������������������������������������   :-���������    .    1    J SITP.       -.ftUc.;      J*-~X>1     .^,1.     ,rj,-.,  -.itxto',    i^���������'M.  ���������> iAliaXlh (3  heists tloci ->.y   x'S ->tv������: tjaiMoii-  .ir-.-.   .'-.s    . j:T".'viTJ'-'.i7?F;     iiWh,T>:Tl.7rT-M1Q ������i!j K*i cfOdaid ������������������ akiei-vjl -^-jcv  'lV    We hiivefoBt'openedup a, laFge.������,choA6ev.JS.^o%^q������0-/ ,,_  - ;  ^BKY^Omy^, ^hich is tk-begranif ��������� ���������^  ���������:,-,: ...    ��������� ���������      7.    ��������� ��������� ������������������������������������'!    '-'       "''IL UK* m)    ���������;[(!     Jj",    Wi Ull'J'.ll'.t    L  .'"��������� 'effbck,/iri'''th'e'_Cityi' ?'-- ���������>''= ' \'i^l_ .">'���������" ^M~L'msi-wi MiW.aix,  .','/'iTt;-.'i,-vj  ,r'iszc:-i l '"^''''J trzln..������!?ti'C  :Jiy I -Of--'-������>-| '.y   "it-Aili   -  SiKiTi mUt'.Mh '->n-  5������ Sijoamtnl  KEEWATIN  4'**iH-'*'J**w;<������*,H'lfef/*^>(i������>HMii*-^^"������V'.A.4 i.  f I '   ��������� ���������   ���������  If  fill!Ill Mis  '   sjA'carload justopehed up at  1    ���������A-'4-<i������iH**''-.v <-<*-*>^t������.<.''*v'-i������*<(-B*M'a..5i--it������!  !-������������������    33'iith :nmim-'--Mi,'  i .-BARER AND        ���������  ���������i-t-ix-e-4-i  ^���������j?i.-ifi-  PrldnyK ot each ftiotitK' Whltfc RosVlftWoo''  rrteets first'Frltliei'dletlcaiinontWn Oddfellow*'  Hair/ Viitl'thi'K'brcthrett'welcbrilc. --i������������'J,  ~:..?Ai,i l?lie;Tatfest St\iles^ant5(iie"w\e8t   patterns  that ciml.ru bj-li-  "."���������Xble/-i)urcli}iV:'dr'T'uC_llaii!(li:'see u-....,,ir,is7a~pJea8Vire ,��������� h,_ 1  :--v.*n������:- to tibuw-'tiucb' exceWeni aronds. and it will be \& ���������  ? V'JT.-r.:;.;:.v   .1;   nL\      .:'-���������<V<,-,t>'-'f',r>t   ?��������� ,i ���������'"*���������'���������'    -'���������'    ���������KH'r-M    .������.'!'.   \iho'i' >/���������;.  >.-j:4 "pleasure ton^ouao bujy^tnemK^ss !irt?f>o'vvii ,;*;-,- '���������/.r.un di  ".v.!i-.;.'j;.v:r;  io .--'���������-;!<sr. -\i.l  ,~a -/J>/.;,;-it-; j'.*''''''." ^ yy'i'f;i/).'t~A  ij.;; i(3'    V-.r;N; ���������;;  CONB'ECTIONER.  I j '.a* I-'��������� ;-,"jo'b:i-c,!tKs   *A%ifMmtijo.:!  Bread --_vD,eJj|vere4*.^3-{^ijry  gsa_i-'j"HH^-:  WM.MATHKRS,      '  Secrntary.  -.���������Viva  atvs-.vrrji  Jrvlj'^rHE- $IP#^  ': ,\. :,'x)l,   Jt);.i:ili,";.ii<j;vK:-v-i������<i- j.ijj V,>7/ \-Lfii : Vi   '���������������". .-':'i:;V.. ���������.;(<.:'  ..','���������."  ���������������������������.Vft   ;.>  Jit*)  ���������^���������jJ^TOSi-  ���������Id.-:  .jii'CilIt?'*!^-  Uy.-.trirf. ������������������*'  /'lOii:  HATS  tE^HATS^*  ���������.'H-'-'J  ���������/f,A,v;  :)  li  '-.- gr..dients'bf*thN-iytti(;(l>'; that's'-;  '_'" the   reasoVr'. ive.'giia'rii'iitee^its^'  ; "purity and'eft'ecti*y*enesS!���������'asc   W  ../<-���������     'i -..i.f-il.t!    D.-nTS-o-i.. ������������������ .*r.  ...RED.CROSS DRUGSTORE, ii  .    ���������     .-. ��������� ',-���������      v/.!ta';. ������2:!.*n''-.!l'-'j  :,fiebVEiJ .GMliill  TAYI.OK BLOCK.    ;���������''  MeKciij;ie..Av.e>l (  .,   ,.   ,   ", ,   -.-,   .'-'r.>':-\>,. ,VWV,-������  x9*'++3r������-������jnH*#lS'������������*-������iHHMH*������}**+*i  ri  'iS?������y "'"  feg :- ���������." Trimmed and* Untrimmed"      fe";-  V^S.J it?���������e hestiiii!;ortthont(_tTr,lmj*>iid W*J4N|/  j������ /' *nii''.Uutriinmeii'llofa' lu' tb3"'^fig|  ^ City. Cnll and lnajiect before'.''.' &t^  SJ3V      purcliaslng. ^!l  ffi-Misses Shepari&aell<iS  ������������������> ���������������������������- ���������:��������� l :���������������������������������������������������������������     ���������'������������������������������������ ':'.-:;���������-"���������������������������. i^  El '���������*-;'.'��������� ^;.: McKen*slc Avenue;     oo'23      /[gi  j i?n,'-.'fi>M *v',rifi*r.-*.)T" >_. .;.,,.; /,i  ,,-,.-.;> 'r.^ .-  : we.Repair:.;;.;;!,^:.;;;:;;':: ���������,..,;  WATCHES    "  s-*vu'^'-G!iOeK8iMV:;-������v,!  .'w   ;...;?'> '���������**. *_iid all kinds; of; Jewellery  J--.'.;:; .JiJ'.w i/rtitf f--.���������������������������'������-. .1^0.1 -.05   r.ri������i-A-<i  ?,v If (thonHorVMn ^notiBatluIaotory; w6,.<  !rf?f/u-?vl'.?S������r-,?!y,'i!-.*t-;;:V. :{i.-.n- "iv-'iri.:'.^*'  '���������'��������� WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK"!  . -*"'   and-'stand-by'oor guaranlou..!,!;jjc-jj  irft'l, .IO;   'txH   -:o'-i*.!- oiT,-''*   V".;'^'. V'--"''  *.,;...-.W,e olati (tarry,a food line of Watches  t"- and Je#cllery,'..wliicli,:wel'dl6_ioiMr of'at-'  Ti=hiodt'r(ite<prlceii;0        ,lt ���������.������������������(-vlfm-ioti  lE^:-Mi_LirMjo  T-.^s ,-.':<i!:������. ';The't.cacHhVa!rfJ-50  vr';^.  'X'll.b    '-''    liOVawhiaaker and Jewelor.'-;ii!,';  T:Vv;.".-'      '-.;������������������.:' ^'*3=iri3. Sovila/i*s. 'i;'3  *rT^rT*r*H'.W*rT*rxTT*rTT T,*r*f"f*.,r'rlf'' ft  j     ..:/;-..; t,u>. i/������./'. .jJJi.My ������������������. vi, yiA'ii  PARISIAN  Tliompsion. who has ixtv^n, \ang, tim  handled   the" thiottlt"' 'on''the-lilt I  engine   has   been, htuceed.-d   by Geo.  ���������Williamson, un old C. P. R. man.  t". ���������' " The" Lardeau Railway.;." _  f.'Tlic'[tenders for the construction of  the railroad slip at Lardo are iio'w, in  the hands of lhe construct ion department, and; arrangements aie huiiij'  made fm-lettiiiR the contract. Praiti-  cully all the tenders are from Nel-on  con tract 01s and ' the 'contract will  probably come here. The slip is to oe  built on th*; pontoon system which  has.proved such n siuress'ii Proi tor.  and will cost in the neighborhood of  310,000. At the sitnie time tt contract  will lie let tor 80.000 tie- to be used  in the construction of the new Lardo  railroad. 'Some 11 miles of Ihe road  have already been Ki-nded. and the first  step taken after a' final decision to  continue opeiaiious in the spring will  he to lav the ties and steel, so lh.il  the line can be continued w.ith all ex  peditiou possible. It will bo necessary ulso to have the piojeded slip  completed before the plant to be u-eil  in construction'can be landed. While  the O. P. .R. has not yet definitely  stated ils intention to complete the  Ltido load, their preparations seen"  to have removed til! doubt on the matter in the minds ot those inteiesled.���������  NM=on"Miner.'-*"-"- ** ' '_;������������������ "^^^^_.  COLb^EAMllli^  Prepared��������� by Field' &'_Bewsl"~M  ��������� > r.     o    -���������   ,ivi;ii������.p.i,i.-*'i.*! tii'M  ,Ih bevond doubt ah execlent jj.fVj���������  application for.dr>'.li|is, iiolxX.���������J,. il^  boron, cliapiied hands,-etc ','"', 'fes  ,   ...i   .1"...-;::'-/i>v"i-:'i'-.kI^  SOFTENS A'ND HEAUflFlE8y.ii''f^  ''  -. " TIIK SKiN.*TOci!.t;.''*?/tl'va!-    '  :'^iT~.  ���������.'���������������������������. ������a>a n in riaVj-  !.",. ".j*,V"'^  tTh'e.iorijr.-dciliea't'ecnaln'ia thc^eorrectajijiirietlor a15'"  S' , ������.'vi-: -' Dainty Tlnie;l'lece,'.tth(lil������liiKi!iil; ln.?so..many.othet ������������������������������������  if>4 'i'>i.^'iway*i.vouj(..ii.n'c;affp.rd,tq be.wjthputone.���������'.-.:,y,t V(;'i' ���������'?���������������������������.  ���������i.'ir.'..   .-ft   .'    '.^.U-A.H.,,',,..,.!   Kn ......tt,,,  I.,   ,I.AFn'f.otit,inBkln  nLalna     ''-  '  I.U V,.-Clll  ribltif ::*-..j>iO  I Bi i5\;������cl "��������� -���������      CliVM}    PlCKin't'liil    irioj  '��������� I law ; VfPllFiORrj.CMRISJ/HAS,-; ;);.  clltoin .-^^ag^i^Jaa^lainp'H.  .'-'O-cnili C*t xyn-. ym*iu-, .-jtnai.-jil  il nl aaoUiiJOa .������}.'!:).. fji/aoaGfjiia  i������ ClftVfiS(*l'set's' iff-'Casefbr' iti Pairs.-1 ft  ���������JiWlO Oil) O): ���������yirict'HIJO'S.'Oil- o! ���������'.  (������,;^teh Carvers 4,n_C5*o. . .Vtio!c*"J   f'  *nlTe������ipot������Vaiid'-Toddy>K;ettlcj::oa'V':  l'.i'-e-C0'jri;'.':''*j''-'".''I'lli   vt'"?...:  Banquet and Ifall Lamps.      ' '  Roche-ler and.Sllvcr.Plated War'i*.  In Spirit I,'a'in'p>, To'a Poui Trays, etc.  Roger*!.'. (1M7) Knives" Forks and Spoons  m\ MJnderiSiJvar-Hlatetl -.OaotM.jallilof  iri '*������.*>���������1?fc:������'' ^���������.���������ti-Ji'i.' V,I.i*iTf...3r,-_?,';:> '���������  iiy'd-Mitll- .-.di i-strAw. LZt,i\UiJiyvinl  :::<;':^^'SKATES':-"^f:-;������  HOCKKY-AND BHRING.  ^....i.li ...-..,'    ..,,.. .v.. -.. .... .     i,,...  Hardware...'!;'.! iTlmvarq: !>,'!'; Stoves, i  if Hi! rjcltits. .w.Oils,ond OJass.'^jiC-j  !__^Agc'nt for.UaTtillton Poiydor.Cp:'.;.  Bw'f.iVjI.Lftl':' xO-.W.coffers'l'eefal oa'rifiifnsrnXhesefaslilonabicchains'','V.  ^n'w.'GU'Y ;BARBER, Watchmaker(_J-d*J������weUeri,������  ^jy.-"Bjj.-Sf-.y'Jtftii. ."st-:.   ���������;        Mackenzle..Avenue. V-:-^--,V ���������.-.:,-.  L_C  ^'On t.iiul'-after fhis diit^  ������''?:'If*j!gi'ii ���������V^irS---:^,ifSv'  '���������''*'���������i^'^'.!-'-''',':'-,;4'r-0'^^^^  Sil^OO Per 0qrd at^ JVIill ^ ^  .������'-..-8������W  rfeiV^-v^-t-f';  --I'iv'lS--*  i!rov-'!ff(7TJ;5Tr'c?  ,r������afTir  9'^., V::.c*ft'V.-v;f'>!a(iite;?r'������'  rJH^Si>.ji:;)io^K-tV<fJ::S*-:w"!-!iM  R'TT^Iifi^fMaru^  ^feSriw^rfnd- W'Sll.tiYirtcd^VJ-W-'^S   3?^ v ]V JO! ������^f������Hcated ,6yijl^ Air nnd^Iectric.'j  Ki6a_plelHaomsr'.l.'^^':'.M9^.--/;iaitUr''.IOV'iMffV4;'.i.<r--'nr^.)'^tvfiell>aiidXig  'irs'?1: ":;������>������������������*.':  iiKiWi:.;  ==_HI0TEE^]^TdEmA^  ���������,.-...:: - <. - .-.-.r/-itixi..i? '���������. ui?d r/o:'.u������.'.V..-.'.i;U'.U.-L:1-���������-���������'-������������������::V*'  ^ VHr-i^-fSvlflff O.'o'tV.- H'-'i  .g-t-B'a'-!).;i������':Nlght*, .    .  ?-Honrlylstrect'Ciir^''^v_i,t  Bctu-ecr. llOtel and Station  VV.,r^ HN^ ;^ERK S^ru^iii^^  CCr'iirS'j)a7n-C'-.nrieetlon,for, tbe:'Conveu_hbO|'of.ej_iiMtB^V:!;y,i:f^'|;-j|{  v������viv  ^iiiiiiti  .-*-*j(>iJi*.(--1ZiU.  ALL     I  GOODS  ���������jflFsr ^I'aVffio^^sfefiiTfwftf :������.������.-  bls.D^tter.thWridh'esn^a'.'Oj.v : .-.hr-fS  ������!.-;.������''������������������nn.*- VOtit���������-'tt(iHitf*>.ib , e/toi i;.'.^  i.-..,;?: 'VeJiaye tlio/noinoiof.maklupr,,.:,j-,  ������������������'������������������?'��������� the only Stylii'li Suits fn'.Totfn'?-'-'  C*������t3 -:{^rorodiilriibllfcy..-*ir]id9itili_llty.*.'->'>'i.'  _tOiJi.*;k*i!j|a'^0.ioxc'll*;'--'---'--loa::--';n,/r?.ri.;.';  ������>f.ai vW^.-'t'-'Vov ������������������>T*R'V": 0 NE������'-������  ���������jtoJ^.'D: artl Vicl .'fi'tftii'Vuhq .,������';(,*���������,.,..'  in Jiul oit. bsitarfiw- ��������� .-y'lasyti���������'���������.���������iowi  mmmmmmm  V -Next'the McCarty Block, v.;  afCourt .'Mfc-j.Bejtjbie jg  ^^r^^9i^'^.346lyyy  ���������   -H ���������6,'.M$hi->lt, ,**>".'<i'Hall.ou tlio'secdhd  ,.  . ..jMjy,.  ���������-wr*....    r.eaeh  nionth.--,|.Viiilr  ���������;^'"T^  -    ......  _.. ,.. ,��������� ting,.  .^?���������Sff*98;1*TJ&Ii&. !ign'-  i . .!.ii!i>uv.j ������������������Viwiilaiti v-'.j,l)vti>c.''''itci'o'i    ;  B.-K.,ATKIN"S.  Mimmil?.yi>-UlTCmiA!,-,iil.y'  ���������:���������;���������..r.ii.,;.qt.liif.Ranger.:..  ...:.-,,,���������   Ifcc;-S������e^;:.  ^;'"G6'la^:I^ah^i-*todBg;-k;,"cif P;V'  a' f N^'-^IRe-Wl^oie^^C^"^."  -<r.'.i:.l-"   'vJivi1!    ~; , !;!-i,.:i-''_   f������J  ;-:Meet8.ev,ei.y, ..Wednesday <i*>rr  Oddfellows' Hall at S.Vcfo'ck  ,, Vi������iiitia: KriiKhtK invited.  W���������j-,-AlA'niKWSj'01(J.}    :-,-:"���������':   j.^j. ���������:}  j'."-.-Yv:! i: "JvSavacik, 'Kv'op li.-Si &���������  LOYAL ORANGE-LODGE   No. 1058.  i  SSp.','J.n',r IV<??.tl?e������ are held in tha  iiOddfellow'sJHall on ahe Third ;Kri-,-  '��������� SV.lv,.'!1.^a.('1' 'nontli.iit 8 p.m sharp,  i Visiting;brethfeni cordially;lnvited  ^fll ���������8','rti  lii:THOKJSTBEI);\V.M.  A. H: HOLDICH '"^^<!!'. ^ ^  ANALYTICAL; CHEMIST V  I v    v :.,v:.,AND.ASSAYER. :..    ;'' _  Royal'Eehp'oi'bf Mines, Loiidoti.*-' Seven wars  afVVorfa" Works,-; Swn'iisieail! 17J yoarsi-clilef,  .(iliemlslii tov\V;iKiini[t;oitl-jnnd .Iron .Co:,  En*..  'i:ut(*-,(;lieu>,lstan(l Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  1 jOlOjihs eXtttnln"ed-,ajrdi?C|ior'lcd nponf1-'-'  -;  ejiatnlned;a'ird' Jcpor'lcrf upon;  vi*i_ii. -(iivliliv    R^eistoki, B,C;.  ������������������ I -i r^ritliTA-MOEBM IST;V b-rciobii,;.-',  ���������I 'Akek-'HeaiVs';'n'tRbs.-'EtS ito'vUtrtv';''��������� ���������  J ^%^rs''OleaneS:an;i������*cpiiirecl. vV������!.'������.i';.v,-i..'..  I Vt).  iw'.'.ls/S  Home Ordwii  laS^ic:-  AT A'  >   ���������.  ;"��������� f'      NOTICE.....  Room antl'lwiard for two. gentlemen.   Appleby letter, "S",' Heraldolbve. ^.V,   *.  I'.-  ^-"^  f ;���������,". v. a    n 'iLosf -a  V V    .       '*���������     ,i "      .      H * '    '       *      -  "Last" Januarv "l/tli Instati't,* (election i*ii;ht>  Open Case i.'old Filled Watch. No. TtwllhS.  Iteunrd of Vi lor return of watch lo J. <J.  Harber. -    -  '  1','_ * Household Furniture For Sale,  ���������"Good cook  Btove. tiiblM,   ohalri ond other  household articles (or nule.   ithcup.  .    ��������� 1 Apply hi tills office.  Great  Reduction  M. K. LAWSON'S  Mackenzie Ave.  ������J _*SSs_SS  MS!?:  iGREAT:  ",''i\.  -:'AT TUB 1  4  iCASH BAZAAR for the nextJHIRTY DAYS! If  ,'iT'.'.:���������'  SEU OUR PRICES !  COMPARE OUR GOODS I  i3EnOR_ INVESTINQ ELSEWHERE  ������f Tailor Made Suits  '���������     lv)  S2fi SUITS .'...  ���������. 4& ?-������   .* -    - ^|.������i������   ..   ���������-|t������fflS8������*12      ���������*-       Hi'..:- .'  ^ i"aiior?Made.-Skirts  '^''S* 5������ TWEED for;......  ������5$  g'-'iO BLACK           ll-Bloiises; V  ^.������223*M.'������B ASSORTED...SI 75  ^.^w.^XET.J/.'.T'.vii;';. .#{ 50  2&^^S^J������.5* " '  ^Cftrsets-*.;;- t"-1' '������������������^������������������* ���������  ���������   ^  $1 C-0 LINE'for ��������� 60c  .$an  J315  .si������  '.8 0  ;..$3.yi  .'..si ,"i()  ...SCiO  ^"5  88  m  ���������,-SR-Vi ������_,  ...$������75 ^  ....linCX) ,*as  ...iSKKl S*  as  r4  .81 f)0  '.7-  m  Children's Coats  and Ulsters  810 50 ULSTKIlS   if Hlo'       ..        ,.'....  $ 0.-50           ������ 5 (X)    ? 4.50 ��������� '    .. ',       .....  Kid Gloves  KI fiOLINK for     ....  SilOO  -   Dress Goods  TWENTY FIVE   PKR -OKNT. ^  DISCOUNT ON ALL LINKS      o������pp  . I^'idieh' Cents at M.in(ifiit.-ttin*r������' fm  Pl'ICI'K. ...,!.> ..,.,*, ������W   -_ ffi  m  ten  \ PATRONIZE  * HOME INDUSTRY' "  * * .--    " y^--*  ast) SMOKr_j_ry   - j������  Hevelstoke  Special :  Cigars .*!..'-.'.  UNION LABOR ,.  KEVELSTOKR CIGAR  M'F'G. 2  COMPANY, ������  Kevelstoke Station.  BILL OF SALE'  To lie "did on SATURDAY, inr\lHM\\.  1001. at LEWIS BROS.' Fh-M/Stn-'-t.  Ri'vt.'lHtokc, lh* fdllowinif:  Two Barbers' Chair*  Two Mirrors and Bracket*  One Marble Washstand  One riath Tub and Tank  -One Barber*' Pole.  James Taylor ,:   Bai iff  Excellent Plntilng and HhooMnR.  float and Canoes forJl'oiirlsts.'''' >  Flrit Class in every particular  Lsl"b: philp & 00.  Rate5, $1 and $1.50 per d&yi<\:''-  '* ,"''.' .< ��������� -  Lakeview Hotel  '    J. RUILLETTO, f'ro|.rletor.  Bitiiateil on tlii banltHiif the Hhuswap i.ftltd;  rincnl th������ lar(.'������nt and most.lioatitlluI lakes  In HrltiBli Columbia, ,   -,'.    ������������������<,���������,,, ���������-;'     v,-, .-.  SICAilOUS, B.C.  . , 1. .'-.,..���������.*?..-*       -":    "     43l^-%%  ?V'Wlif*fi Toii:icbnie?^'to5"Hec*.'rus;-:.:  ::p^W,.,,v-iia:;a.i'ai...--i&''iTf?"iif:.i;ii'iii-*vii:-^SHrw'.i,":  :%)fcli.rtbep:!tii5^..we,'venj(;)yyTO^  ;.|i-������-.ri.l.���������.���������.7<l.,7!lf>hr.r.t>-i;.jrffl< ..-/t-.j.W -'"-.  weaiM iigjtli ernitaiid,.*k  i we ii no W: li6ivy to"pr'iiiucefwhat  yoii 1 ike^Oi^^iwSpbods ;is,  gloHpi^vVtuj^^and'; wevhaye  wiu'm'.;iihe.������Sd'iV;i^re^'besH-Beiise;"  See Ourr$i8:and-$izo:: Suits tov.  - s i:?-f-' r Clear ."ont' ��������� Fill; .Goods; -vOVltV  iWe^etaibl^s^  j.;..V::;:.;v.tS..;iii.'.i'yi;_;������'..'i^  (V%.;.,:;.,;'*:.:^.-^.'i5:':'Ii������'!lj<li^  ^'^ii:ftS^*^:i/ft.'l������T(L,I^IPS^  :Vf;iS^!iJiirt^i!M-::JV^ftHfcKOl!ATOES.:f,vv  ';!:l-:-tJ';i>::t!Hi:^aftf'^:'v;.i;3c^K:R0TslHv  a.ililfy'?^  rt'(:L'iv.H!pi'('i'ii'ii>t'!rt't(*'ritioti'.J-!n   'vpi v';' : t!  -.jf,;;Jai.ts'or.; .,-.*:'iJ<* J'J���������������������������.���������'rn-.-- cwm i'-ttti/sxv-fiiii!  ���������fi;iiiS3vi*':H'^--^*MS;^  VtAn'vliVi.W'J'ti'iiri'ift'vW;'^  ���������; ''MM )wy:y. :^0!^^Mmui6iE^  ���������k.-i  ��������� ;.tii:',uit*ir>';*inll:Pl!*'ni8i"ini'Wqrk.'iinil at.-l  i: ...co/t./thariif leltuntu;tJ[io latter ala  ; ���������������������������'OoOdeutiy^^M'jiiii .:.v*,i..,*a-.i.|.-$t-���������������������������oxi  'idOdictXy,  'i^t: :ttrir.  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" ���������   '"-'���������������������������'���������; ' -���������"���������'.'���������        ���������   '        V-.'V.fiOi  But I am ntlll  at   tho  name  old stand with a full line of..",...;..r,(  i U^--)lJ>iii -J^:'4B:i0 Hrk..'  *det'2l-(iw..  [Lis'.jVHENKI G. JOLYiPE LOTBiKilSRE.'.  ."���������:V;.. ���������������������������yyy: V ���������_ V'CANA DA Jv^V^ J''-' ^t!";  ;V I'ltpyiNCE ,0.i.';BKmSH COLUSfBIA. ���������  VICTORIA, hy the Griu.'O of Ood. of tho United  , .Kinu'lom of Cit-oat [Irltain and- Ireland.  ';.fjJ-Qui.'i*!������,'-'lJefender(if theraith,*c:-,ie..isc  To Oursfaithful tholSlembors ;elec"t������(l?,'to'!Stirvo  i*Aj������ inVtliu-VLeirltihuii'e ������*AHtiemblv."'of'*-,Otir  "l'rovince of llritish Columbia at 'Our  Vjj.'ltyjof.yicturla���������Orektino."     ���������   ���������������������������-:-'  ������������������-/'���������  _   v';;f;FrbMi;5t^  Toi^iit^:pid^i$  lof aiiiiual bo0l_s  vlnten/Hnv:j.pun-bneti 8..fchnul(l   t������r*e ntlviinthge'^f' ^  #  this ofier beiore thenew ; pric<  1  In force.,.  lists: fur: i901 h2 are  ������������������v<Nbt_jfj$^  v.ii' ��������� ':.'-���������"- ^'^i^;^^;-^ <,/ry';yf !?'-v'l:fen';";i.iv-;:' -!���������> :-v, '.'v(i  -rClsrars', TJbacco;  r      Stationery, etc.  TrMWr:-mD' f;A3!1 &fimi-v  :: J, WiBenhett  loaf,': i;^?^?a^R'-ffi^JJf;;vtii yt'j!_  <H^^*������'4*l4*H^'+'������;**M'f .���������if'Wi'.W***  .'...ri'I'-...'��������� .t .���������.'������...,'.j'..,to --'    '  .    ...,v-ii.*i .I J;!ij." .XvV'v'^:  Jas. Ji ��������� WpGDROW v  "  !'Jv������.l|  ;tf;ii!H-<  ^���������:'^������TV^VpRp(;LAMATipN.!;;;v.;;  It .A. MACi.BAN,*iV- :'VV '::'',,r* VvVVVXvV ir  Wi���������: D*'1l,!>tfc'\!f?>r**,?SViao.ner������I.;:;'ih-..i^it'i.^S  *.: WI!KrtKA'������ WO afo'dcslroiiB an'd-'resolTedV'aa  noon as may be, to meet  Our People  of Our  l'rovince of Urltlsh .Columbia,'and   to  havo  their advice in Our Legislature :'.-';;,;;.  r NOW kNO\yi:YE,:,that for.;dlvers causes anil  eon^ideratlons;- andjtakl.n*. ;intor consideration  thoea.-e and (.(iiivenlbnco n'f lOu'r'-'loVlti'ir- mib-  ���������ju'etitti.iy*hitvo ,(hoUt(l>t.flt4b.VtaPd.''with tho  ���������advice of;Our Kxei'iitlve'VCblineil'-do,hereby  convoke, and by, lltu,.o presenta enjoin you,  ���������and-'each'of j-oti, thUj't)>6ri- i'lhursday, the  'ttvotity-Orxt day of February, one thousand  Ihihediuwlred and otic, ion mectUs lu Our  said l.cKlilatiiru or I'arllatuent of Our xxttlil  l'rovince, at Our OJty of Victoria,. TOH^THB  DISl'ATCill.OF .'BUM NIMBI'..'to treats do,, ael,  and coiicltidoiipon thOKOithlniis which in- Our  ilA-Klflatm-uiif the I'rov.lnco, ol IlrltiKh.'.Cdlum.  bin,'by |.|ioCMnlmon- CounPll 'of'our'said'l'to;  vince rhuy, "by the favour oi clod, bo orduln'od.  ?:ik!'VkaTiMbNvV-\ViiKRKor^  ���������     theie our   ottorn to bu^madoj'atontiand  .'-,',--��������� the Urcat Seal of .the Knld IJrovl.nceito bn  ,'���������. . . Iicroiintonfllxcil:,-Witnkbs the' llonour-  '���������. 'v^-ablo" Blr--.. llKNnt'''lUttSTAV8':'*JotV-'.M)ie  i.oTtiiNiKitn. K. CM,.;.<!'.'   Llt'iltonont--  i'       (ioveriuir of Our jtal ' I'rovlhre of Hrltlsh  .Ci liimbla, In OiVrCI'tydf Victoria, In Our  i'.' J". > "said il'Mvlnee, this ���������.sevenths day. of Jan-  '!.;! uhry,2Jii,'the yoarViof.( OnryKdrd   ono  thousand nine hundred and one. and la  ���������.->   slxty-foitrlh ycarofour Kelgu,  :4-.iV^ii' '(ByrCommand.' s,j, ,,.. '���������.���������l(itl,.(.  ���������������..;=  J. D. .^RESTICE^  V' '*.'.' ��������� .:    V^I'rovin'cial '6bcre  Rdt*tjrBp!{ilirjri^'^;;/^^!!iv ������  ���������i/.-i-H x-iiLL .iii.���������;oijJ'.'Hi'i;������.-:���������:<iuv-.-..-.  Beef, ReyrkidofyJ  .'iMutton, Etc,  Fish and Game, in ^Season....  Jitf>i)'V; ���������'���������'i'.ii'r,  ���������:;).  ,..,.:; -r i". ���������in-:-'-:(*''n"rt~H'-iti.r- 'fi'-y.  V--V '  ! (All orders prom'ptly1,filled.  ���������  ' 'iibi".'L   '  rOi't-  .���������)  tfi.r  jSKASONrKD  ioL'V.t..  ���������$.*,,\r?t.v,'-t  Mm&M@<m  yucrr-'i ���������:���������:]  J V! y-ii&-.tti'!  'v^-^^^H^tMisq^^  '���������>.: K?t ptiree.^l.,'T;.;;������������������.....V^ j"  vjgv:. ������������������., ,;-j;-.-f .sujiirrtfi  ! >  Agent Imperial Oil C6?iLmifei$J::%i>*i  ]tl22*4t  Secretary.  THE  y:;^!v::*,S;;;dJf:gl'i';:  'Sifriit;  >>0i>*  Cl!  Wa<  ?���������'jj.wto-J-',b.li  i}vtv!;^^S;^.;^GET^ro^:;^T. t/r  .'i.'? i*.   .'-!'-, I ��������� .1.' .\      .'..,,'.., '���������''  '.a' ������������������',',���������'   ' '    ' '  ''HPrompt'dcHvery of-parcelarbafeKageroTd.1, to-  any part ofitli'o.'Clty. i-vol.'fj;  fvf..iv,-   .vfjij..*.  ?' 'An^iMfeio^^^rri^;  i<v: v j-Avr v^ui^ertaJ-CttV^'''/-  All- orders left'at: H. M. Smytba'a. Tobaeco-  Store, or. by. Tolepjionq. No; 7i_p_r. will 'receive  prompt attention.*:        ',' ���������  'J-Cl-iX:.!;--.:;  __i#&___3  vilS:*-.'  .i!f,".-,m-.K!i',9yo'iy  ��������� ���������-.������!.':.*Vij';?;'"  ,.'?ijfi  Goi_tffeactoKr  and: Bttilder:  'j^H^s. ^JS^ores!;t������a!/i|lent  ..iitiiii;; attd;nprjpisafe.'t*ti^*-i.  .'-T-li'l    l������,T,7'*S   "-iil'ltn'MIt*-'  .wvU  ���������tiv-i  Heavy, Drtviog" a .'Specialty.. ���������������������������-:,      ,    i.J. ,V", i'-"^''. ft������a;FirJpi Sate. vfwfi-  VM-'-'-it-C-IJ *j''!/-7Ci>-.!' ti.- ^i,.i^.;,;Uv}?'40\tipM    Mn'rt'' (liO,:   .iinrtji . Jo  So'uJ   T.K >  ���������V   -.  ;'��������� ��������� ���������-,'/*.".-^i.jr)fi*.;v.7,   ������!V������I^' ���������: ���������;������������������������������������ J .axUiv-'i'Fjy^. ���������.,.-..,  z_c^:2sas__s_____-^=*_  ������g_  -____-__iJ:���������^

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