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 ,n  - 1 '**.,*      e      '  .'-��������� ;   ,     i'ii    t- '.-  <' ���������( .    iSs-'v  ���������<���������  U^     ^      ,. , V- v.*-     *���������'  f    '  _ A'',A . r it--t.-_--J  n  /^  Vol    V.  No   6S.  REVELSTOKE B.C.      WEDNESDAY.   AUGUST ������1,  1901  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  e.  Jit 1  INVITATION TS  -j*  For Revelstoke to Take Part  in the Reception to the Royal  Visitors to B. C.  This week wc  entire    stock  arc  of  offering our  Straw   and  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  All the newest and nobbiest  stvles."  MEN'S   SUMMER   COATS  AND VESTS AT,A GREAT  ������3P  REDUCTION ^������������-  Milisicli'rf anil tliero was Mill ccly ' it  breath nf air niu'. ing. Somo ol these  whose house!*, seemed ill moist danger  lias-lily uMiioveil their ellects to safer  i|iiai tei's. but happily Lhis precaution  proved to be uiuieies!.,*ii y. one In use  only being liurnt, am! that being thu  one neaicst the sawmill, anil owned  hv C  Finn.  Tpr  a if  | lie* i-uutli on Monday  vestewl.-iv afternoon.  .iijd   went   wc  Nov .in���������Big-Stock of Ladies'  and Chiidrens' Lisle'; Thread,-  Cotton  and   Cashmere   Hose.  stock-, of   Gents'.  Silk,. Cashmere,  including    the  Also a   big-  Hosiery   in  and '  Cotton,  celebrated Health Hose.  If you want a really nsce  thing in these goods o������m������  and examine cur stock.  A few  offering  lines  t a  left which ve arc  treat   reduction.  The Mayor i.-. in receiptor the following einiiimmifiitiim liom llio s-ecrelai y  ol'   llie   cili'/.i'ii*.' ciimmillre,  which    is  prep,iriug lor the royal  visit lo  Viiu-  ! roiirer : ,  I To lh- Worship the  Mayor uf  Heve!-  j        sloke, l>.('.  Sin.���������I have the honor lo euclo.su a  copy of a Uc.Mihilioii pu-i-oil by the  Citizen's (Jomiiiiltfi' nml by iiii-truc-  lions I'roni lhat cniiimillee to rei|ue������l  thai you will lake i-tcp*- to tiring this  matler bcl'ore yonr council nnd cili-  '.'.eiis ill. a.s early a d it'' as pnsMhle.  The eili'/.eii*. of Vantotiver \voul:l be  {���������lad to welcome any of your residents  who may join willi tbein in welcoin-  int; Their Kciyal IlighiwsM'.**. In lirili-h  1 Ciiliunhiiv. A r.-iuuiiiiltee has been  I'm Hied here lhat will give every a*--  sist.iiice and help in electing an arch  or olher decoration that you might  wish, so as'to have you Lhe Lime and  expense nf -sending anyone to carry it  ont. All that your people would he  required Ui do would he to tend the  design and desci ipLion and he responsible I'or the actual coat of material and  labor and also send,*l ho specimens of  Mich industry or trade lhat you would  liku Lo form a prominent fen Lure of  such arch or decoration and your iu-  sLructions will he fully carried out.  U i-s a Uo pioposed thai, any person  leaving your locality for the purpose  of attending Vancouver on the ncta-  sioe. of the Royal visit should, when he  purchases his t'uket at a 1 educed -rate,  receive L'toin the l.ickeL agent at Lhe  same Lime a ticket, which will' admit  him into a stand erecLed on the slicel  at a convenient position ne.U-Lhe aVch  erected hy his locality, from which he  tan view Lite Hoyiil patty's passing  with coini'oi t.   ,  Trusting a number of your lili/.ens  will .jum with'tlu* citizens of Vaiit-ou-  ver iiijmiiking the reception as cordial  and successful as possible.  I have.t.he honor Lo remain,  Yniu-a obediently,       i '"  .     .'. ^A. M. But ins,  ^'  Vanco'iver, Aug. 15.'    '      Secretary.  Itl-.SOI.TITION   r.\SSI*.l)   BY VANCOUVHlt  CJTIZKN'S  _0_r.MITTl*'E.  'Whereas the visit ot T. lt. 11. the  Duke and Duchess of Cornwall ancl  York to British Columbia will be-of  very shorl dur.itipn. consisting nf one  day in Vancouver and one in Victoiia,  the Us i: is.li subjects residenl'in British  Colmiibia at all other places will not  be att'orded an opportunity of practically showing "their loyalty to tins'  Crown and their appreciation of tlie  visitof the Royal party and testifying  their concurrence in the importance  to the whole British Empire, which  tbis visit means, unless some arrangements ate made that will afford the  residents of localities other -I ban  Vancouver and Victoria an opportunity to attend and fittingly receive the  Royal visitors;  Be it therefore resolved that the  Mayors iind Reeves of the cities .and  Mainland, Nanaimo. Comox and  Union be communicated with and  invited to erect arches- symbolical   of  Labor Day Celebration.  A letter received by "Wentw orlh  Smyth from Golden .-late.-, there, are  about 7(1 or SI) people from the capital  of X. E, I-Cooteiuiy coinin;  over here  on Labor Day. Sepl. 2nd. to lake pari,  in the relobratinii here. Until the  senior and -junior fool bull teams will  be over to play. The Kevelstnke fool-  ball club are going to hold a meeting:  tonight, in It. M. Smyth's store at y.oU  k��������� lo tliiifiM ways tuitl inwiiis of getting up a programme* of sport-:, as well  as the I'l.titball matches, fin that  occasion. I'ractice nights are still  .Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,  game begins at l.\o sharp on the gun  club grounds.  The football club is one of tlie  liveliest institutions in" town anil  everybody should help them out in  llieir praiseworthy efforts to get up a  good celebration i'or Labor Day,  especially as Revelstoke has not had  anything of the kind this year. One  of the proposed features of the day is  an illuminated bicycle procession in  Lhe evening with prizes for the best  turn outs.  Don't  Ripest Stock of Heavy Hardware in-the City.     It,will pay   {  vou to .tret our  Prices  before  purchasing;.  'ft  A big shipment of Paints  Oils, Nails, Etc., arriving.  Tools of ali kinds always  in stock.  the    industries  , of, their    respective  localities in   Vancouver ;0n._lhe   first  19  I  DYNAMITE,'      -  CAPS,  FUSE.  We arc agents for the celebrated BENNETT   HJSE.    "  ^^M^VW^^^-i'^MV^fWt  day of October, the date of the visit,  so that, the lloyal visitors may he impressed with the mining, industrial  and agricultural growth"aiid wealth of  I.rilish Columbia and also, the loyal  disposition of its inhabitants:  And that arrangements he made  with the different transportation coin-  p tnies for reduced fares to enable the  residents of Lhe various localities to  attend upon this important occasion.  Goldsmith-Johnson Group.   "  Messrs. Goldsmith and Johnson are  working away stripping the* lead on  the galena strike, wliich they made  last fall on Ruby Silver Creek, ju.-t  above Lexington Creek on Fish Rivet*.  Tliis strike is teported to be the  biggest find of galena yet made in the  camp and fiom tlio appearance of the  specimens of solid galena 'brought out  by tlio owners tbey seem *,to have a  good thing.  Mining and Personal Items from  the Town and District.  Cijmm'i.ix, Aug. 13th. 1001.  A. F. Roseriberget came down from  the Oyster Group today, and repot".s  things doing well. The Criterion claim  one of the group could not be bought  for $100,000. Mr. Rosenberger left for  NeUon"tl"is evening ancVwill return in  a  few days.  .  AV.'Ogilvie',. tho popular conductor  ofthe Ariowhead branch, , is paying  Lhe Fish Creek camp n visit. -  Mr. Darnell had quile a 1 illie-,excitement at his ranche the other day. A  brown bear came down Lr> the ranche  and carried one of his best pigs.  Mr. llamill offered $10 to any peison  who. would .shoot . the., bear, . Mr.  Devebro of Comaplix. accepted the  .oll'er'and succeeded in killing lhe bear..  -Mr. llamill's ranch, whicli is situated  about three miles fiom ' Comaplix, is  Lhe popular sLopping place between  Comaplix and Camborne.. The ranch  prodnces an excellent" variety '. ol  vegetables wilh which Mr. ll.imiil  supplies the local market.  Tbe bn=h fire is still very darigero'.i-.  Some, of the trees have fallen iicii.**..-  Ihe wagon road and interfere with li.e  traffic. '  Mr. MiOlymotmt and ex-mayor  Wallace, of Rossland. interested in the  Lindenu Mines, Limited, are paying  Comaplix a visit.  There sire eight meu"with Chailey  Buller as foreman, working or. the  wagon road between Comaplix and  Camborne, and they are putting it iti  gootl shape. You'could walk all the  way with carpet slippers.      _.  Mr. Parrish, .assistant nfanager of  the Eva gioup. cauiu dow.n. tci._Co.iii.  aplix Lhis morning and reports very,  favorably of Lhat properly, lie has.  32 men working on the property at  present.. ,  Mr. Cro.isdaile, late manager of the  Silver King mine, and Mr. Booth, f'f  Nelson., came in_fi*om the south this  morning and went up to try and purchase some propel lies, adjoining the  Goldlinch. This properly is owned hy  Mcintosh and others.  A. Pitt aiid R. McCulloch, contractors on the Kclipse mine, were in town  this week. The Kclipse is owned by  Detroit capitalists.   -  .1. Lewis and C. Diamond. Comaplix,  went "up fo Lexington mountain to  look over their claims the Goldfly .mil  Wedge.  Crack C. P. R. Steamer Islander  Lost off Douglas  Island Last  Thursday.  Victoria. August 18.���������The steamer  Islander, the crack passenger steauier  ofthe Alaskan ionic, opcriletl by  llu*  C. I*. N. Co. of tbis city, struck an   ke-  beigolV Douglas island at 2 o'clock  on  the morning of Thuistlaylasliind went  to the bottom, carrying from do  In SO  ���������SonIh. including passengers and   meii.-  bers of the crew. .Sonieof ihe survivor's  arrived here thisevening liy I he steamer  Queen.    They report thai as Lhe  lio.it  went down her boilers exploded,   causing the death of many is ho miglit have  been saved.   Captain Foole was ou llie  bridge  when   Lhe   vessel   struck   and  stayed there and went down   wilh .his  steamer.    Among lhe  passengers   lost,  on the Islander were Mi"=. Ross, wile of  commissioner Iioss of lhe Yukon territory, her child   and   niece;   Ur.   .lonn  Duncan of Lhis cily: \V'. G. Pieslun am*  bride. Snittle:    F~.' Mills,   Mrs'.   ,1.   C.  Henderson, AV. IL.. Keating   and   two  sons of this city and Los Angeles: ,1, JI.  Douglas, Vancouver; Mrs. Phillips and  child, Seattle: Mr. Bell  and Mrs. Captain jS'ickerson; Mrs W. Smith,   Vancouver; .I. A.   Blethen,  Vancouver; J.  L. Wilcox, Seattle.  The members of the crew los-l, arc:  Captain Foote; George Allen, third engineer; Hoi ace Smith, second steward:  S. 3. Pitts, cook; too Chinese; Buck-  holder and Burke, oilf-rs: two firemen;  one coal passer: nighLsaloon watchman  Kendall: Joe Beard,second pantryman,  two waiters: G. Miller, the barber:. J\.  Law, M, P. Jock, Porter .and Moran;  coal passers.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  Mis. David Inches, wife of our popular locomotive foreman, says the Field  coiii'spondeiil of the (1 olden Kra, give  a most enjoyable "AI Home,'' mi Satin day evening, and each and everyone  attending weie unanimous in expressions of appreciation. Messis. David  ami Jack I in lies were home and spent  Sunday with their parents.  Standard Oie ror. Spokane.  H. P. Smith of Hie Prince Mining  and Development Co..'left mi' Sunday  Morning for Spokane. 'IIr. Smith  took with him 200 lbs of copper ore  samples from the, famous SLandard  group, wliich will be.placed on exhibition at the fair to bo held in Spokane  in OcLober. This exhibition should  attract a good deal of altedtioh. and  he a good advertisement I'or the Big  Doncl District. Thc company are  pushing work on the Standard and a  *shipm?nt of the rich copper ore will  eorne.down on the- first steamer this  fall for shipment to tiie smelter.  D. MrTN'eil. C.P. R. I'uniliiclor, who  resides a.l. Calgary, is a way on a holiday in ll.l'. with -Airs .McNeil and  child.  Conductor Geo. Harpell, of Wh.n;-  peg, who.was seriously injured al  Fori est station a couple uf weeks ago,  is now out of danger. The repoi I  which gained currency that Mr, liar  pell had lost his leg is incorrect.  XX'. Ci. Piorcy of the Winnipeg  Switclinlen's Union has gone willi his  family on a holiday Lo liis old homo in  Millbrook. Out.  The ilea I h of .Mis. II, II. Kimball, of  Pemiboro, removes Lhe only woman iu  Amciit-a who owned and operated an  entire railioad. Il, is railed the Feims-  Iku-o and Hai risburg Railroad, ami is  Leu miles long. Mrs. ^Kimball was  owner, genera! inaii.iger and at limes  ran the engine heiself.���������Fl Paso  Herald.  A young mechanic named Fivcl  Greely. started, fnun Vancouver on  Sunday for . Winnipeg on a bicycle.  His trip is a, novel one, and will be  made along Life C. P. It. track, in less  than three weeks. Greely has a patent  lixLure lo his bicycle, somewhat -similar to a railway velocipede, except  that the third wheel, extending to the  further track, has a Mango on both  sides, and practically makes the track  run in a groove in the wheel. He l ides  along on the track and expects., to  make aL least 150 miles a day witlicuit  trouble.        ' - ,  _,:jplm _G..'..Sttjliyan, the C. P... R.  engineer, in charge of construct inn nn  the Arrowhead   Sz   ICooienuy' branch  'was in town yesterday.  , 3. Ij. Doupe. Assist." Commissioner  of the C. P. R. Lands Dept.. registered  at thc Revelstoke on Monday and  went south next morning;  Gen. Supt. Marpole came -up   from  Sunday alteruoon at 1 T> o c'.ock  three cars of a freight train ran oil'  the (!. !'. ]{. line a mile and ([liarier  west of Gull Lake. The accident wus  caused by lhe breaking of a car wheel.  The track where the accident took  place is straight and it was repotted  t.i the C. I'. K. superintendent's oflice  here that lhe Inokeu wheel was undoubtedly, th'* sole cau-e of the derailing" of the car.*.. The damage is now  repaired. One of the car** contained  sugar and one salmon. It is thought  I hat Hie freight, was not damaged. No  one was injured.  W. S. Witite, ofQu'Appelle, is acting C. P. li. agent at Regina al  preset i L.  ('. Uurils. laleof the C. I'. H. stall  was buried at I 'algary nu Saturday at  l.'i o'clock from the general hospital,  tvjuile a number cf relatives and  friends, including C. P. R. ollicials and  Foresters, accompanied the remains lo  the cemetery.  ' Section Foreman John Graham of  Chatham. Out., wil**, run into by tlie  C. P. It. express early on Thursday  morning and terribly injured. lie  was riding a velocipede into whicli  the train crashed head long. It, is  supposed that Graham mu.sL have  fallen asleep and did ��������� not notice the  train coming.  An Italian laborer, who worked on  the C. P. R. track near Ashcroft, was  accidentally killed by tbe work train  last Thursday afternoon.  R. Mee. C. P. R. travelling locomotive foreman was in town yesterday.  A. Dibbs. wiper in the C. P. R-  roundhouse, has returned from Kamloops hospital, quite recovered from  bis recent'severe burns.  R. Bowman, Supt- of C. P. R. stores  at Vancouver ancl Mrs. Bowmnan and  son were among the aurvivoiis ofthe  wreck of the Islander.  1 LATEST NEWS  SY WIRE  Conflicting:    Accounts    of  Trouble in Colombia  the  ;��������� j������rr--i  LULL IN THE STEEL STRUGGLE  Unsuccessful Surprise. ���������  ��������� Lomxjx, Aug. 19.���������Loid Kitchener  in a despatch from Pretoria; dated  Monday, saysth.it. a party 'of Smith  African constabulary yesterday sut-  prised -a _ strong lioer laager near  Middleburg, Cape. Colony, killing.23  men. The .constabulary numbered  ISO, men. but owing to the strength" of  the enemy. 000 to' SOO,' they wen-  \iliable* to follow up their success, and  dm ing 'their retirement, they, lost one  man' killed and six men wounded.  Fourleen men arc inUsing."  ������������������<3������������'S^*SX^:_>������^^ SXS������.  "O "pii  Big 3!aze at Enderby  Enukkuy, Aug. 17���������A disastrous lire  occtured here at C o'clock this even  ing liy which Messr***. Smith it Mc-  Leod's sawmill and about 8:.,000 worth  of him her were destroyed. At the  outset there appeared every prospect  that the fire would run along the  lumber piles until it reached the hotel,  in which case the entile town would  undoubtedly have gone. Fortunately,  however, there were quite a number of  men in frum the neighboring ranches,  in addition to lhoseliviiigclose.it hand  and liy Lhe united exertions of about  1:10 men, who formed inline from the  tire to tho river, a sufficient quantity  of water was passed up to hold the  flames in check. Had there been a  wind blowing at the time in the direction of the tow n nothing could have  saved it, but by au extraordinary piece  of good luck   lhe   wind   had   entirely  coss*  Aman-Atkins.  A quiet wedding took place-yeslerday afternoon at the residence of Mr.  and Mrs. 13. R- Atkins on Second  St., when Rev. C. A. Procunier united  in holy wedlock-Mr., C J. Aman. business manager of the Enterpiisi* Cigar  Factory ana Miss Klizatieth Atkins of  lhis place. ' Mr. R. Atkins gave the  bride tway. The happy coupie left on  lhe Imperial Limited the same day for  a honeymoon-trip in the Okanagan  district. Both ot the contracting  parties aie well known in Revelstoke  and the "Hekat.d is only expressing  the good wishes of everybody in wish  ing them much happiness  wedded life.  CommenciBtg Tuesday, JuEy Snd, for twe Month of -JuSy -  I'm  Erst5re Stock of  Stsevcmer Goods  Ladies oonl  pui chases   of  to     complete vour  Summer  ,Koods   nt    BARGAIN     PRICES.  mi.������s  the'   opportunity  *S  Blouses, Whitewearr Wash Goods,  Goods,  Keadwear  summer       Dress  Sailor Hats  Children's  fhe stock must he reduced and early purchasers "will get   the full bene  fit.  oys and Youth's Summer Cloth-  . ins* are included in the  so  ^rgum  Figures   in Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  in  their  Card of Thanks.  The Epworth League wish to lender  their thanks to the Kevelstoke Independent hand and all others, who hy.  their presence and r-'ssistanci* hi-lped to  make their social at Mr. C. F. Lindmark's residence Monday such a suc-  Our Desire'.to   make  room  for Fall   Importations  is  your   opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2ncL 1901.  %VS4&'f*&*****:G*^*4^^ wjPPPPxirPPPJ9>ntrtpPJrJr>PP  ssj^^^^-^r****^^*--**^  Negroes Lynched at Springfield Mo. and  Pierce City, Mont.���������The Weekly Tale '   '���������  of Boers.���������Ohio River Steamer Turns  Turtle.���������Fire   in    Railway    Yard    at  Council Bluffs.  Pim.Annu-iti.., Ant;. ^1.���������The fire,  which hegaii Monday afternoon nt the  Atlantic Helming Co's. plant at Point  Breeze. I'hil.uli'lphia, i������ still burning  fiercely and all hope given upof saving  any of the company's pioperty,  Xkw Yokk, Aiig.il���������Theotlicers and  passengers of a steamer which .arrived ���������  from Colon yuateiday say that the  reports of trouble between Venezuela  and Colombia are greatly exaggerated.  They neither saw nor heard -*inythinc.  of any trouble, while in the harbor.  Srisi.VGFlELD. Mo., Aug. 21.���������After  all the conflicting stoiies from Pierce  Oily, have been sifted, il develops that  three negroes lost lheir lives as a result  of the oulrage upon Miss Wild.  Pittsbukg, Aup. 21.���������Following the  rapid moves of yesterday on each" of  the great steel strikes, there was a lull  yesterday and neither side took  decisive action. The contest appears  to Ue settling down into a determined  struggle.  Kingston-.   J.ym.uc..,    Aug.    21.���������  British steamers ai living   here   from  Central American ports brings advices  fiom Colon of continued and persistent,  at tacks by the rebels on  lhe outskirts  cf  Colon   and     Panama,     Repeated'  efforts of the government  to   repulse-  the rebels.have failed aud it is believed,  that  the * Colombian   government,;is..",  weakening.     Business   generally.   ,is  ''"  crippled and the arrival of British  and  American     warships     is   -anxiously."  awaited.  DESPATCHES IN BniEK.   ���������'   -   ,  A mob has lynched two negroes at  Pierce. Qity. Mont., driven the rest.of  the negroes out of town and burned all  their houses. -  The C_ar of Russia is to visit France.  Fire h.is almost destroyed the town  of Grand Bourg on the Island of Mario  Galantie in' the west Indies. , Fourr  thousand people are homeless and. in.  need of goods.  Lord Kitchener reports- 01 Boers '���������  killed, '20 wounded, 21-S made prisoners  and 73 surrendered during tbe past  week.  The Germans refuse* to give up'  possession of the American college atv  Tien Tsin.       * "     *  Steel strikers tied up   two   factories   -  ^ofThe'XatioliarTitntrCnr-aV11Pittsburg4-^  yeslerday.     One thousand eight hundred men went out.  Fiie in Philadelphia in llie Atlantic  Oil Co's. plant has d.-s:roved IS tanks  and 5 persons weie killed by the  explosion. The loss will he nearly  Sl.000,000.  Thirty five lives weie lost by the  river Steamer, City of tiolconda turning turtle near Padutaii, Ky., Monday  night. u ' .   t  l>y an explo-ion of dynamite in   tho  Mohawk   and   Malone roundhouse at  Herkimer. X. Y., Monday   night   the   '  building was wrecked and it is reported that 12 or 1!J men were killed.  Two men ivi re rescued alive on  Monday from the waterworks tunnel  in which they took refuge on the  destruction of the eribbs by fire lasb  Wednesday at Cleveland, Ohio.   _  Council Bli-ffs������, August 21.-The  freight  sheds   and  25  loaded  and 25  empty freight cars of the Union Pacific Ry. were binned here yesterday.  ,    .  Paris, August 21���������Lieutenant-Col-'  onel Marchand nf Fashoda fame, ha s  been promoted to the chief command  of -a brigade of troops in China.  Colon, Columbia. ��������� Aug.���������The  Chinese assert that among lhe raiders  of Emprador Station lastSunday night  wei e several negroes from Jamaica,  who flogged lhe Chinese traders and  obtained $200. ,  Exchange at B.urauquilla is risinff  by leaps and bounds. An American  dollar is now ec,nivalent to 841. ia  Columbian paper money.  .;���������>���������'t  l   ..  9 V&:iUV*ai.to*w������Ufc*^"&^  ^wUl^h* %m\& and ^aitoaa  <tt$  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co  LlmiWd Liability.  A. JOHNSON, .*  Managing Dlrct-ior.  Days  ning i  oIFu  bllcation  A    Seml-We-ekly Journal   published   ln the  interests ol the railway men. mining men aiul  bmlnens men ot lhe west.  ~  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVERTISING RATES.  Display ads., ji.5b per inch; single column,  t*2 per inch when Inserted * on title pu*i>'  Legal ads., 10 cents per inch (nonparlcl) line  lor first insertion; scents tor eaeh additional  insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line each  lime. Birth, Marriage aud Death Notices  Irce.  Sl'BecMPTlON  RATES.  Bv mall or carrier, t2 per annum; $1.25 for  six months, strictly ln advance.  OCR JOB DEFAUTMEXT.  lsone of the best equipped printing offices in  the Wesi and prepared to execute air kinds ol  priming fn brstclass style at honest prices.  One price to all. No job too large���������none to"  ���������mall���������for us. Mall orders promptly attended  to.   Give us a trial on your next order.  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  We invite correspondence on any subject  of Interest to lhe general public. In all canes  the bona fide name ol the writer must accompany manuscript, but not necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager.  arch over the front of   the   locomotive  was inscribed, "Wc mourn   our  loss,"  while on both sides of the cab were the  j words, "Last ride" and "At rest." The  ! train was in charge of conductor   Oru-  ! ickshank     and     engineer    MeConell.  | There was n profusion of   floral   olt'er-  j ings,   including   an    immense    floral  : locomotive and tender, sent   by   Van  | Home   Lodge,   No. 52S,  B.  nf  L. 12.,  London.  The jury which intpiired inlo the  cause of the death of engineer Camp-  hell, brought in the following verdict:  ������������������Thesaid William Campbell came to  his death from the derailing and capsizing of his engine, said engine falling  upon him; and we find tbo Canadian  Pacific Railway culpably negligent in  not keeping a man at this crossing to  keep track clear of clay during time  contractor is drawing clay across  track.  THE INGOLF  CATASTROPHE  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side of tbe paper only.  2.���������Corre������pondence containing personal  ���������catter must be signed with the proper name  cf the writer.  rt. ��������� GROGAN, Editor.  Wednesday, August 21, 1001.  THE ROYAL VISIT.  In another place in this issue of   the  Herald will he found   an   invitation  to the mayor of Revelstoke   from   the  citizens committee, which has in hand  tbe. arrangements for   the   royal visit  to Vancouver on Oct. 1st   next.     The  idea   is   to   make   the Vancouver reception a provincial affair and reflects  much credit on  the   Vancouver  committee for the broad minded spirit   in  -which    thoy   have   approached   their  task.     The lines, aloDg which wc and  other  municipalities    are   asked     to  co-operate    with      the     commercial  capital of the piovince  iu   the royal  reception  may   be   gathered from a  perusal of   the  letter  and resolution  mentioned above.     Tbe  exact details  of the share   Revelstoke will take.in  tbe occasion will  best   beldeetrmined  by    a  committee  appointed   by  the  public  meeting. which   the mayor is  calling    to   discuss. the subject.    His  Woi ihip has several good ideas, which  he will  no doubt explain at the meeting, which should largely attended.  Engine, Tender and Car Load of  Harvesters Rolled Down the  Embankment.  It was about 5 p.m. on Wednesday  tlmt the first section of the first excursion     from   the   Maritime   provinces  reached   a point three   miles   east of  Ingolf, unimportant in  itself but now  destined to be remembered with awe.  The passengers were   growing weary  of their long confinment, and reveling  in the thought that Winnipeg would  be reached   in  a  few   hours.     Many  were preparing their evening meal and  the rest lay or  sat  about   in various  positions.    A few   had wandered ont  on     to    the   platform   interested   in  watching the rocky landscape through  which   they were   passing.     At this  poiut the track passes tn rough a number of cuttings   in   the live   rock and  over    a    number   of     embankments  formed by.diimping the proceeds trom  the cuttings and covering them willi  loose earth.    The   train was   moving  according to   the passengers, at about  35 miles an hour, and no one dteamed  of disaster, when suddenly on emerging from a cutting on to an  embank  ment the engine   left   the   rails, and  after bumping for it minute over the  ties, plunged head liist over the embankment; turning a complete somei-  sault,   before    landing   right side up  forty   feet  below.     The   first coach  broke its coupling and leapt light up  to tbe back  of  the   tender,    but the  engine,  travelling at a greater rate of  speed,  freed  itself again, and the.car  fell back"..     Unfortunately, however,  it was still travelling, and having now  a clear.path slid down in the wake of  the iron horse, turned completely over  on its roof.  . THE CENSUS RETURNS.    ,  The   first   official   bulletin    of    the  Canadian census.of i 1901   is   given   in  another col umn of .this   issue.     From  the figure-, it   will, be   seen  that  the  largest'increase has  been   in   Quebec,  which has'added*132,'439 to her inhabitants since 1891    Next comes Manitoba  with 03^95S, closely followed by British  Columbia with 91,827.'   The territories,  Alberta, Assiniboia and Saskatchewan  are fourth   with .78.291.     While,tbe  total population' of  Western   Canada  was in 1S91 was 317,388 it  is now 581,-  40t, a. total increase of 261,070.    That  is to say we are over one-ninth of  the  whole aud entitled to at least 24 members, in the proportion   of  12 to Manitoba, 7 to British Columbia and.five to  Alberta, Assiniboia and Saskatchewan.  At    present     Manitoba     has   seven,  British Columbia six andtbe Territor-  ���������ief_4r^t^tal^f^l7^0f^"oufse7"nnder  any sort of common sense redistribution act,  the overwhelming . anomalies of the present distribution of seats  in tbis   province   would, be   certainly  rectified at the same. time.     Another  point of  interest   in   connection with  the census returns   is   the   very  large  increase in tbe provincial'subsidy per  capita from the Dominion government  which     the   new  figures  imply.     At  present we are   still   drawing   on  the  basi������ of the   figures of  the census of  1S91, although Manitoba   managed to  ���������secure an   increase   in   ISO!.'.     As our  Imputation    has    nearly   double.]   ou  these figures our corcsponding gain in  levenue from this source will be equally  considerable.  A SENSATIONAL STORY.  * The movement of these two vehicles  in itself provides a sensational story of  the first water, but* what followed far  eclipsed them. The position now was  that the engine and leading coach lay  at the bottom of the ditch severed  completely from the train. The next  three cars also left the rails,' two of  them zig-zaging in amaziug fashion  between the track and the bottom of  the ditch. To give a correct impression of the situation, it is best' lo  tabulate.  The engine lay at the bottom, right  side up but with its top. works all  demolished.  The first coach lay touching it a little to the east, resting-on its roof the  floor smashed in by the weight of the  tender, also upside down, which lay on  top.  The second car lay with its top front  wedged tightly against the first, and  its rear still touching the track.  The third car was in just the reverse  position, its rear was over the side,  pointing in the direction of Rat Portage, while its front platform rose  _imploringly to the .rails  deserve particular notice. In lhe  front ear wiis a young fellow who  started up on the first impulse to make  his way to tht,/<loor and safety. It  dawned upon him as he went, however  that probably he would be safer where *jj,  he wa.*. Aeciirdii.gly he not only  stopped himself, hut tried to prevent  others from reaching the exit. In one  ease he succeeded but in another he  failed. He grabbed two men at the  same moment, one was Dan La Blanc,  but he managed to escape and ran to  the duor, but just as he reached it he  was pitched headforemost from it and  rolled down the embankment and was  afterwards taken out dead from underneath the coach. Tbe other listened  to reason, stayed where he was and  was saved.  PIKST INDICATION.  Tn the olher ears the first indication  thutnnytliiiig   wiis   wrong   was   conveyed to the occupants by an extraordinary jolting,  and   an   apparent   attempt to stop the train dead.   Thia is,'  of course, exactly what   was   happening.     The   engineer   had   put on tlio  brakes, and the breaking of the   front  coupling had also performed the same  service,   hence   the   heavy   passenger  train travelling at the rate   of   thirty-  five miles   an   hour   was  pulled up in  the middle, of its journey   with   force  enough to break   it   to   pieces.     .The  frightened men leaped   to   their   feet  and rushed   for   the   doors.     Before  they reached them,  however, all   was  still again, the disaster was   complete  and all further danger was over.    The  absence of motion quieted the   people  and they filed out one after the other,  but a few preferring the   windows as  being, the quicker reached the outside  world by climbing through them. The  majority found themselves just   shut  in   by  the rocky walls of the cutting,  which they   rapidly  climbed.     Then  looking down u. scene of weird disaster  mot their horrified gaze.     All   round  the   engine   and   upturned ear stood  little groups of men, veiled in hissing  steam,   escaping   from   some   broken  pipe,   seeming   hardly   yet   to realize  that they had iu reality escaped  uninjured.   They were quiet, hardly speaking, but gazing dumbly at   the   ruins  or helping their imprisoned   comrades  from the wreck.     There was no sound  save   tbe   sizzle   of   the steam and an  occasional groan from   the  wounded.  It was." said an eye   witness   in   describing it to a - Telegram   representative, "the nerviest crowd I ever saw."  HEADY WORKERS.  Idle contemplation was not the thing  however, and this the passengers very  quickly realized. Tools were fetched  from the cars and others improvised  from the wreckage and then the work  of rescue commenced in earnest. The  few minutes which had elapsed were  sufficient to allow the boiler to empty  itself of steam, which, as it cleared  away, revealed the full extent of the  disaster. To the frontof the upturned  car was Thomas Corwin, fireman of  the" engine, fastened firmly to the  ground, his bodv free from the knees,  but utterly unable to help   himself:   a  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RF^'F;  FOR  BOU  BROS  $   fc     )a      &    *U  C_L_L___ V������J������.'  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc,  BRO  Revelstoke  Station.  Hardware, Etc  Notice  to   Preemptors  : Crswn Lands.  Tlie attention of I're-emptors of Crown Lands  is hcrebv called to an iimenilmeiit to tlie '-Lam!  Aei," passed at the last session of the Legislature, which provides as follows, vl/.:  "9. I're-einiitnrs of Crown Lands, whether  in arrears in payment of instalments of  purchase money or not, who at the nine of  coining into force of this am have obtained  Certi ticates of Improvement, orwho shall have  'obtained Certllicates of Improvement within  twelve months thereafter, shall on conforming  with tho provisions of the "Land Act," except  as hcrebv altered, he entitled to obtain Crow������  Krauts oi their pre-emption claims upon completing pavments of purchase money at the  rate of seventy-five cents per acre, and**Crown  Grant fees, which payments may be made as  follows:  " Twentv-live cents per acre on before thc  .list day of"December, 1901;  " Twenty-live cents per acre on or before the  30th dav ol June, 190*2;  " and thc remaining���������  " Twenty-live cents per acre on or beforo the  31st day of December, 1902, and without any  further payment of interest."  W. S. GORE,  Deputy of I ��������� nds and Works,  Lands and Works, Depart    ent, '  Victoria, B. C, 1st June   1901.  REVELSTOKE  Stdarh  Laundry Cp.'y.  (Continued on Page three)  Notice to Co-Owners.  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke, to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we .offer to  give io good reasons why  Chinese laundries.should  not be patronized.  +  fr  fr  fr  +  fr  fr  *  *  fr  X  fr  Columbia  ". Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.   A good Bar. well supplied with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  I Brown & Guerin : Props.  TO IlirilARD MCDIA11M1D.  Under Mineral Act 1897 and amendments  therein, notice Is hereby given illative. Louise  Leontine Graham and (Jus I.uml. have performed all the assessment work on the "Golden  Eagle" mineral claim, situated on the divide  between French ami McCullock Creeks, at the  head of Ground Hop; Bas'.n In the Bib Bend  District of West Kootenav, localed ICth September, 1S% and recorded 21 September, 189S  and that Richard McDiarmtd the recorded  owner of one-quarter interest in said mineral  claim has neglected to do his share of the  work or io pay for same for the years 1S9S, 1S99.  1900 and 1901. Notice is herebv given to the  said Pichard .McDiarmid that unless said  charges are paid wilhin ninety days of the  first publicatiou of this notice weshall proceed  io record said delinquent interest as provided  bv section 11 of the "Mineral Act Amendment  Act, 1000."  Dated at Revel������tofce, B. C. '3th August, 1501.  11.. I- Grail.}.,  i Grs Lc.vd.  His Last Trip.  The remains of engineer Win  Campbell, one of the victim* of the  nil way accident ��������� nt Proton were  brought to Toronto J miction on the  Owen Sound express of the 12th, which  was met at the station by a largecrowd  of railway men.and other friends of  the deceased engineer. The body, was  conveyed to the home of his aunt on  McMiii-ray avenue. The funeral next  morning was largely attended..Rev. J.  W. Rae, pastor of Victoria Church, officiated at the house, after which the  cortege moved to the C. P. R. station,  the hearse being preceded by a large  number of members, of the Brotherhoods of Railway Engineers,, Firemen  and Trainmen. The pallbearers were  engineers Munro, Christopher and  Kirkby, and firemen Hoplcirlc, Uteres  and Peterson. The funeral train which  conveyed the body and, many friends  to Cheltenham, where interment took  place, was appropriately draped.     An  Both these two were at an angle of  about 45 degrees.  Car 4 lay on its side partly over the  embankment, and again wedged  tightly to the one in front of it.  Car 5 was on the right of way, but  off tbe rails.  Car (J was . on the rails, but they  were loosened under it.  The remaining cars had not lieen  materially disturbed.  The couplings between Piich of the  six froni cars had been broken, but  their platforms were io firmly locked  together that they still formed a complete train.  THAINMEN P GALLANTRY.  When the accident occurred the  engineer, Russet Wood, turned on the  air brakes, culled to.the fireman to  ���������hut oif steam and then running along  the foot board jumped for his life to  the left side ofthe train. He fell in  front but clear of the falling engine,  and escaped with but a slight scratch.  The fireman was not, however, so  ���������ucky; he stayed by until he had  reversed the engine and then tried to  follow his companion'*, example and  leap clear. Unfortunately, however,  he was on thc wrong 9ide, and his  jump brought him directly in line witli  the first coach. It rolled over on him,  pinning him to the earth by his leg  and then the tender coming down on  top added weight and made it still  more difficult to release him.  A PANIC.  The coaches meanwhile were filled  with frantic men, fortunately possessed of sufficient presence of mind not to  interfere unduly with the movements  of their fellows. As the train ploughed  rather than rolled its way to the  bottom they jumped from the platforms, climbed out of tKe windows,  using every effort and means to escape  from what seemed certain doom.  There were, however, one or tw������  incidents of individual bravery which  Co-own ers ���������  UOTICE.  Notice that rne month after dale I Intend to  apply to the Chief Commi.-sioner of Lands and  works for permission io purchase 3*J0 acres of  land situate on the Northeast Ami of Arrow  Lake, in thc distrietof West Kooienay, B.C.,  and described as follows: Commencing at a  post planted on the north Ehore of the North-  eas.Arm of Upper Arrow Lake. Sichalns southwest of the mouth of Blj{ Creek and marked  ���������'Kred Robinson'*, Southwest corner; thence  north 20 chains; thence easl SO chains; thence  south 20 chains; thence west following lhe  north shore of said Arrow Lake SO chains to  the pointof commencement.  Dated 19th July.lSOl.  uly 20-1 mo. Fred. R  FRED. ROBINSON,  jy-20-lni. C. K. fckene, Agent  Government Distribution of Stumping.  Powder.  FARMERS desirous of being supplied with  Blasting Powder at cost price, tor clearing  land, can obtain blank forms of requisition  from the Secretaries oi the Farmers Institutes  as follows :  Henry . Hills, Sec'y, Alberni Farmers'  Institute. Alberni.  J. A. Halliday, Sec'y, Como-C Farmors'  Institute, Sandwich.  John Stewart. Sec'y, Nanaimo-Cedar Farmers Institute, Stark's Crossing, Nanaimo.  H.'de M.' Mellln, Sec'y, Cowichau Farmers'  Insitute, Somenoi.  J H. Smart, Sec'y, Metebostn Farmers'  Institute. Metchosin.  C* K. King, See'y Victoria Farmers' Institute,  Cedar Hill.  E. Walter, Sec'y, Islands Farmers Institute,  Ganges Harbor.  E. A. Brown, Sec'y, Delta Farmer*,' Institute,  Ladner.  H. Bosc, Sec'y, Surrey Farmers' Institute,  Surrey Centre.  A. II. P. Mathew, Sec'y Langley Farmers'  Institute, Langley.  Alex.' Philip, Sec'y, . Richmond Farmers'  Institute. Vancouver.  A. M. Vcrchere, Sec'y, Mission Farmers'  Institute, Mission City.  G. VV. Ohad������ey, Sec'y Chllllwack Farmers'  Institute, Chilliwack.  _^_Wm.__Gr_.en,_Scc.y,_Kcnt_Farmcr������__Institute,  Agassiz.  J.M. Webster, See'y Maple Ridge Farmers'  Institute, Websters Corners.  John Ball. Sec'y, Matsqui Farmers' Institute, Abbotsford.  A. H. Crichton, Ssc'y Osoyoos Farmers'  Insttute. Kelowna.  w.i������. Horsley, Sec'y, Spallumchecn farmers'  Insttute, Armstrong.  3.M. McGuire, Sec'y, Salmon Arm Farmers'  Institute, Salmon Arm.  J. K.Smlili, rioc'y Kamloops Farmers' Insti-  tote, Kamloops.  H. Percy Hod-res, Sec'y, Qiansgan Farmers'  Institute, Vernon.      ..  J.R.ANDERSON,  Deputy Minister of Agriculture,  Department of Agriculture,  Victoria, B.C., II������y 8,1S01.  Notice.  NOTICE Is hereby glvrn that WI dnys niter  date I Int.-nd to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission lo  purcha.se tin' following de*crib..d land; commencing at dnnthwest corner of I.<>1 ll*'*.',.  situated on Flsli River, Lardeau, We������t Koot.*-  uay, thencu half a mile east, thence one-eighth  of a mile south, thence half a mile wt-st, thcn**p  one-clghth of a ml.e north to place of commencement, and containing 40 acres.  M_r*f.ocaied 21st June, 1901.  jyfi-Jm-w CORY .MKNirENICK.  ,   NOTICE  NOTICE Is hereby given that at the expiration of thirty days I shall apply to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission lot.urchnsi* lfiO acres of  land In the District of West Kootenay described as follows: Commencing at a post  planted about two chains in a north westerly  direction from the point where Fish Creek  trail crosses Menhlnnick Creek and marked.  ���������;i. It. McKcnzic's north west ccrner," thence  south 10 chainM, thence cast 40 chains, thence  north 40 chains, thence west 4(1 chains to the  pointof commencement.  Dated this Oth July 1901.  j. b. Mckenzie.  July311 m.  WHEEL FOR SALE  On sale one new W, Columbia chain bicycle.  .Will tako Mi dollars for it.  Apply IlKKALl, Office.  FOR 8ALE.  Choice residential property on Mackenzie  Avenue. Three Lota n������t to Dr. McLean's  residence.   Apply to J.M. Sconr.  For Sale Or Rent.  A seven roomed house for sale or rent. Apply  to 3. KefB-gb-n. July 17 ft  W4l*r4[*4HHf44i4f4[1f44Hf4t**������������t*'*4*������  f JF. McLeod f  Confectioner and Grocer  Fresh Eggs  .. Butter.  Vegetables  always on hand.  Ice Cream  Home Made Candies  a specialty.  %4UMH(ti  ���������4t44(4Hl4+kUf*00*fl<l4i*0yil4f4+  A GOOD  NAME....  -Is-bettcr-than-richcs-.--.���������.--.-���������.^-.-���������  We have tho name ol making  the only Stvlish Suits in Town  ���������for durability and quality  they also excel.  -nn _      -PY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  H.G.PARSON  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  Treadwcll Mining claim, situate in the  Lardeau Mining Division of West Kooienay  District.  Whore located: On Lexington Mountain,  near Pool Creek bridge.  Take Notice that I, F.C. Green, of Nelson,  acting ns agent for the " Imperial Development Svndicate. Limited." Free Miner's  Certificate No. B:52,0������l, Intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Crantof  thc above claim,  And further take notice that a<*tlon, under  Paction  3", must   lie  commenced  before thc  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this twentieth day of June. 1001.  F. C. GREEN,  " P. L. 3,  FOR SALE.  About 30 heart of cattle, 15 pigs,  horses, harness, wagon, sleigh, buggy,  two mowers, rnke, plow and harness,  cream separator, churn, butter  worker, tools, etc.  To be sold all together, and, if desired, with a lease of the place and the  privilege of buying with immediate  possession if necessary.  F. W. COLLIN,  jy-27-lm Enderby B, 0.  SPRING and SUMMER  Millinery  The Latest and Most  Stylish flats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  Madison   Millinery   Parlors.  Misses Shepard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oo'.'3  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game ia Season....  All order! promptly tilled.  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Merchant  CANADIAN  PACIFIC...  ���������AND:  "Soo Line"  IMPERIAL  ���������w .LIMITED  Starting June ioth,  will make the run from Coast to  Coast in  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, elc.  to any part or the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at K. M. Smythc's Tohacco  Store, or hy Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  attention.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light.bedrooms.  Rate* $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone   * Prop  Cheap Rates  Now in Effect to the  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  T. W. Bradshaw,     J, E. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  Agent  Itcvelstokc.  A. N.SMITH  BAKER, CONFECTIONER,  and "caterer Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  P'������i^x Revelstoke, B.C  ���������  i  &-  if  '  ft"'  f  I  da-nt-  oataav  f  i't m  if  %  ip  I  4*  I  /M  ft  /;  <A  W  Certificate of   Improvements  i  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors Ior Imperial Bunk of Canada.  Coinpanv fund* to loan ������t8 percent.  Fmist Struct, Ke-idhtokoStation, B.C.  NOT I CIO  :dical.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining, telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  attention has always been drawn to Railway  matters, and recently it has definitely taken up  the task of forming itself into a vehicle of railway  news in which railway employes all over British  Columbia and Alberta will find the news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and the happenings affecting themselves and their fellow employes. THE HERALD  has long enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper "published in the district, which is now  rapidly increasing among the Railway Men East,  West and South. It is hardly necessary to point  put to any shrewd businessman the advantages  which it thus offers as an advertising medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.  ion $2.0 Per Annum  $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE  It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does more;, business with those  requiring Printed Stationery and office supplies  than any other Printing Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries. *  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work entrusted to THE HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  disposal. THE HERALD does not claim to be the  only printings house in-thetdistriet>^but^it does  claim to be  Thoroughly Up-To-Date  And in a position to give as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in Biitish Columbia. Write for Samples oi Printing. All work  turned out promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail.  Printed and Published by  The Revelstoke Herald Pub. CO.  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director-  T    W. CKOSS,    Ollice:     Mackenzie Avenue, lievelstoke, B.C  SUKGLON TO THE C. IMI,  Health Ollicer, Citv ol Kevelstoke.  " CHURCHES  MkTIIODIST (.HUltril,   ItKVKI.STOKE.  Preaching; services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m  Class meeting al the close ol the morning  service. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 3:JU  Weekly l'raver Meeting every Wednesday  evening at 7:30. The public are cordially  invited.   Seats free.  Rev. C. I.ADNEB, Pastor.  "Dni'ii," "I'helma" nnd "Clara"  itiiiK'ful flaiins situate iu Uie Liu-dean  Mining Division of West Kooienay  Uist rid.  WIiitc located*. Along Pool Creek  iilionl, ', mile above hiidge.  TAK'E NOTICE Una 1, F. C. Green,  of Nelson, acting as agent for B. E.  Oiove, Free Miner's Cei-lificate No. Ii.  1500712, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof to apply to the Mining Uecord-  er for certificates of improvement*?, for  the purpose of obtaining Crown  grants ol the above claini;..  And further take notice that action,  under section '31. must be   commented  before the issuance of such certificates  of improvements.  D.ited this 1st day of June 1001.  F. C. Grkek.  CATASTROPHE  (Continued from rage two)  Certificate of Improvements  ST. TKTEI. S L'lIIIKCK, ANGLICAN.  Eight a.m., llolv Euchnrlst; 11a.m., matins,  '.itanv and sermon (llolv Eucharist first Sunday in the month); 2::io Sunday school, or  children's service; 7 :.)l) Evensong (choral) ami  sermon. Holy Dins���������The Holy EuchariHt Is  celebrated at / a.m. or 8 a in., as announced.  Holy Baptism afier Sunday .School ata:15.  c. a. ri'.ocONiKii, Hector.  l'llEStlVTBIlIAN CIIUnCH.  Service every Sunday at II a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to which all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  8 p. m. every Wednesday.  iikv. iv. c. Caldkii, Pastor.  NOTICE.  few yards away Donald McKegan, of  Cape Breton, was in a similar though  worse plight. All that could be seen  of him was his body above the waist.  Both men were half buried in the mud  which filled the ditch and partially  shrouded by little shrubs growing  sparsely along the line of the embankment.  THE WORK OF RKSCL'K.  (Frac-  in the  "West  HOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mass   at 10:30 a. m ,  on  Hrst,  second and  fourth Sundays in the monlh.  Kr.V.   FATHER   THAYKI1.  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting every night In their Hall on Front  Street.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hull at S o'clock  Visiting Knights invited.  Buck, CO.     ::::::  :   : F. B. Lewis, K. 01? R. & S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular meetings are held 'in tht  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Fridav oi each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  \V. G. BIRNEY, llec.-Sce.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  '    AND ASSAYER.  Roval School of Mines, London.    Seven years  at 'Morfa   Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Chief  Chemist  to Wigan Coal and Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  Edward a. haggen,  Mining Engineer,  Member American Institute Mining Engineers  Member Canadian .'.lining Institute.  REVELSTOKE, B.C. <j.  Examination of and reports on Mineral properties a specialty.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fount  Tuesdavs of each month; White Rose Degrei  meets t hird Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellow b Hall.   Visiting brethren-welcome  WM. WATSON. HY. EDWARDS,  President. Secretary.  "ChoIIa," "Tnscon" and L. V.  tional Mineral Claims situate,  Laideau Mining Division of  Kootenay District,  Whetu located : On Lexington  Mountain South West of Eva mine.  Take notice that I, F. C. Green, of  Nelson, acting as agent for Andrew F.  Rosenberger, F. M. C. B. 502&1 nnd  the Imperial Development Syndicate,  Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B, 220*40, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for certificates of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Ciown grants ofthe above claims.  And further Lake notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certificates  of improvements.  Dated this first day of June 1901.  F. C. GltEEN.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Joker" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Lardeau Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  Where located: On Lexington  Mountain adjoining Eva group on  West.  Take notice that I, F. C. Green, of  Nelson, acting as agent Tor the. Imperial Development Syndicate Limited,  Fiee Miner's Certificate No. B, 32040,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant of t.he above claini.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37. must be commenced  befote the issuance of such certilicate  of improvements.  Dated this first day of June. 1001.  F. C. Green.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  '.'Imperial" and "Balfour", mineral  cluiin.-.. 'situate in the Lardeau mining  division of West Kootenay district.  Where  located: On , Lexington  mountain, south of the Eva mine.  Take notice that I. F. C. Green of  Nelson, acting as agent for J. J. Folev.  F.'M.C B. 32030, Cor.v' Menheu-k," F.  M. C. B. 32.021 and John^Brenna'ad.  Free Miners Certificate No. B. 32037,  intend 00 days from the date hereof, to  apply to the jVIining Recorder for  Certilicate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims.  Ami further take notice that action",  under section 37, must be commenced  hafore the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this 8th day of June, 1109.  F. C. GREEN.  H. EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Be. aired.  JUST EAST OF  PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH;  Third Street.  Inspection  of      Metalliferous  ���������_Minfirs- .. -     .   ��������� .  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  - INSPECTORS' DISTRICTS.  ��������� TIIE Inspectors of Metalliferous mines are  herehy assigned the following as their respoc-  tivc Inspection Districts with headquarters as  noted. Such assignment to take place Irom  June 10th, 1901, until further notice.  ARCHIBALD DICK; Inspector.  Headquarters.    Cranhrook.    oflice   of  Deputv Mining Recorder.  Inspection District shall    comprise  nil   of  East Kootenay and   also  Gout  Kiver mining  Division of West Kootenay.  In addition to thu  duties  of  Inspector of  Metalliferous mines, Mr. Dick will also actas  Inspector    of   Coal  Mines  within thc .same  District.  JAMES McOREGOR, Inspector.  Headquarters, Otlice of Mining  Uecorder, Nelson. "  Inspection District shall comprise all ol  West Kootenav except Goat Hivej Mining  Division and also the Grand Korks and Kettle  River Mining Divisions of Yale District.  THOMAS MOKUAK, Inspector.  Headquarters, Government Buildings,  Niinalmo. a  Inspection District. Vancouver, Island and  C'uasl District.  Mr. Morgan Is also Inspector ol Coal Mines  Ior this District.  Notice Is herehy given of such Inspection  Districts aud that in accordance with thc  ���������'Inspection ol Metalliferous .Mines Act. 18117,"  and Amen.ling Acts, notice of accidents to  employes happening within any of such Districts iniist In* promptly reported hoth to the  Inspector of such District and also to the  Minister of Mines, Victoria.  Iu mines not included In the above Districts  managers will report, in duplicate, to the  Minister ol Mines direct, who, If lie considers  It necessary, will assign an Inspector to  specially report. . =>  Blank forms upon which to mako reports ef  such  ai'cidomx may  he obtained   Irom the  Inspector of  the  District. Irom   thc  Mining  Recorder, or upon application to this oflice.  RICHARD McIlitlDE,  Minister of Mines.  DcDartmcnt of Mines,  aiii June, 1001.  "Blue Jay" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Lardeau mining division of West  Kootenay district.  Where" located: On Lexington  Mountain  one-third of a mile south of  the Eva mine.  Take notice that I. F. C. Green of  Nelson, acting as agent, for Dan Mcintosh, Free Miner's Certificate No. B.  32016, intend 00 days from the" date  hereof, to apply to - the Mining  Recoi der for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crow 11 grant oi the above claini.  Ami luither take notice that action,  under section 37r>nusc���������be-coninien.i-d-  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dat .d this 1st dav of June. 1001.  F. C. Green.  Efforts were at   once  made   to   release them, train crew and passengers  working together with a will, tlie   one  objecL being to save them   if  possible  from adding another victim   to  what  aU   at   the   time   supposed must be a.  heavy death  roll.     For  three  hours  they worked, some supporting McKeg-  iui's head and whispering words of encouragement,   others   baling out the  water which had poured   down   from  the upturned tender on top,  and  still  others striving to undermine him as it  were and by dropping him away from  the wreck, free him from his  perilous  position.     The unfortunate man kept  uj)   his   pluck,  talking Lo his rescuers  ancl   urging   them   to   look after the  others.      "I'm not the only man here'  I can feel one's feet, they are warm,"  he said.     Three  hours   of  strenuous  labor followed, with no   proper  tools  save   the   axes,   saws   and   hammers  carried on the train, the work   mainly  performed with pieces of  the   wreckage hewn roughly  into   shape, gangs  of willing workers relieved each other  as they were wearied by their labor.  .    THE  WRECKING  TRAIN.  Then just as the first wrecker pulled  in from Rat Portage, McKeg.in was  free and life was still in hira. The  sight was too sad %for merriment but  the men who had striven so loug could  not hold back a cheer. Quickly Dr.  Gunn was advised of the position of  affaiis'Tand hurrying down was just in  time to' lift the unfortunate man's  head, look in liis face and say. "This  man cannot live," when he fell back  dead in tbe doctor's .arms.  The assembled crowd standing round  in eager expectation turned away, and  many did not strive to hide a tear.  The whole scene combined to add im-  pressiveness, the gathering night, the  litll/ group of weary men, circling  round the doctor and his pitient, tbe  wrecked train in the background, and  the groans of the injured who lay  about.  A   BRAVE   SIAN.  Meanwhile others*had. been busy  with the rescue*"of Corwin. He was .  pinned down by the driving wheel of  the engine, and while"unable to assist  at all in the work, was fully conscious.  Throughout he kept encouraging them  with words of hope and cheer. He-  minimized his pain, and rallied any ���������  clumsy worker. All around him were  struck with his fortitude,' and strove  the harder to release him in time.  Every few minutes they wouloUj-ask.  "How are you; are you in much pain  now ?" And.whatever his reply, the  query would be followed with the.  proffer of a drink to deaden the pah..  It was a tiresome task, not much could  be done' without proper appliances, '  and they were not. to be had. Still  every' means/ was tried, the mud was  cleared from.under him, ineffectual  efforts were made to shift tbe weight  of the locomotive, work was kept  going_ until after the wrecking craw  arrived, although nothing had been  accomplished.; With the a������ rival of the  first properly equipped" gangs of men  the position changed, and it became  but the matter of a few moments to  free him.' It was then found that his  left leg was badly crushed from tlie  knee downwards.  a'MYSTERY.  The cause of the disaster is   at  present unknown.     In their official  at-. '  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  "Thelma'' (fractional) and "Canon"  (fractional) mineral claims, situate in  the Liu-dean mining division'of West  Koolenny district.  Whi'rc located: "On Pool creek  adjoining the Thelma and Dora mineral claims.  Take notice thit I. .F. C. Green of  Nelson, acting as agent for the Imperial Development Svndicatc, Limited.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 32010.  intend 00 d.iys,frnm the date heieof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for  certificate* of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Ciown grants of  the above claim!?.  And fm ther take notice that action,  under section 37, must be caininm-ed  before the issuance of such certificates  of improvements.  Dated this flrst day of June, 1001.  F. C. Green.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  "counfissued 'a"sliort~time after the nc-  cident took place, the C.P.R.attributed  it to a rail breaking under the engine.    *  In view of later information, however,  they have seen reason t6 change theii*  opinion and stated'last  night  that  it  careful investigation of the track   hail  proved lhat no rail had  been   broken. -  Furthermore they state that tests had  been made with a   trackman's   guage  which convince them that the mils had  not spread.    Beyond this they are not  for (lie moment inclined to go. intimat-  i.ig, however, that  something   might  come out  later.     The   Telegram   h.i������  been favored by Lieut. Col. Mi Cully,  of St. John's. *vho was a  pa monger  on  lhe train, with a very   ciuefnlly   com-  piled account, of the condition   of  the  track at the actual point wheie the accident occurred.    He spent a considet-  able time examining it, ami   made   full  notes of what he saw.    Hi-account  is  given   verbatim   below,   but   in     thc  meantime it may not   be   without   interest to call attention 10 Mime of   the  more salient features.    He gave it   as  his opinion that any   investigation   or  measurement of  the   track  for    thi  purpose of deciding whether the  rails  had been displaced previous to the uih-  aster would be useless,   as  the   track  was so  cut   up tbat  any  calculation  ���������nust be misleading.  Certificate of Improvements  35TOTIOE.  "O.K." Mineral Claim, situate in thc  Revelstoke Mining Division ol West Kootenay  District:  Where located:���������In Ground Hog Basin, on  McCullough Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles F. Lindmark,  of Revelstoke, Free Miner's Certificate No. B,  47900, intend, sixty days from the dale hereof,  to apply to thc Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further tako notice that action nnder  Section 37. must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of August, A.D., 1901.  Aug 172a CHAS. 7. LINDMARK.  ' Rossland mineral claim, situated in  the Lardeau Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  Where located: On Lexington Mountain Smith of the Eva mine.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green,  of Nelson, acting ns agent for Corv  Menhenick F. M. C. B. 32021 and J. J*  Foley Free Miner's Certificate No. B.  32,080. intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply totbe Mining Recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that actioD,  under section 37, must be commenced  before tbe issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this 8tb day of June 1901.  F. C. Gbee*.  A BROKEN -WHEEL  His own theory was that one of the  engine wheels had broken, and in proof  of this contention drew attention to  the fact that for some four car lengths'  back from the point where the engine  left thc rails bits of fishplate appeared  tohaiebeen torn off by something  which had scraped and indented the  rails. It looked to bim as though tbe  broken wheel had bung over, marking  the iron as it travelled. However,  speculation it fruitless and little can  be said on the matter until after all  tbe evidence has come out at the  inquest.  /**:l  * ,**.���������������������������  *'  VI -.***'*::::v':_.w:i'*^  ���������4**l**l**l*l**l*l**i?*l-j'*i**i.^.^.^4.^.4-4-i.*i-.t4**l'l;  fr  ���������fr  ���������fr  ���������fr  ���������fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  SCHOOL  BO  ALL THE NEW  EDITIONS   AT..  fr Canada Drug & Book Co  ������ REVELSTOKK.  ���������s-f-r-T-f-M-l-l-H-T-T* ���������f-M-l-M-T-W *l* ���������:���������  MARRIED  feay Ad fa^Tr/fed/ .trTty ^AliJi   C^hHyny^j^'i,  urLc/ey ������jb&irt^ &7i������%fy.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������&������  m\  tSF^i  ������ (g:  Coinu and  sue  oui' "Bonn I.i fill di.sp.aV of  SPRIXG  ^IKUCUANDIHli.  Amas-Atkixs���������On Aug. 20ih by  Rev  C. A.   Procunier,   M.   A.,   Chas.   .1  Aman to Elizabeth Atkins,   both  uf  Kevelstoke B. C.  Great Falls, Mont, and Cork, Ireland  papers please copy.  Notes of News.  W. 11. Vifkors, J. I1.-  of   Atlin  has  ,:   been  gtizetted  notary public   for the  province.  .1. 1). Uournc nf Nakusp i*-in town.  .Mr.*-. G. I*'. Ctirti.*-lia*** relnriii'd from  the coaM.  Geo. Newman of Arrowln'iul was in  town yeslerday.  There i> absolutely no new.-; with  r*'ganl to the trackmen'-: strike today.  R.H. I'rocunier of Richmond. Gut  is in town on a visit to his brother,  Kev. C. A. Procunier.  W.lX'I'HIi- l"i mi'll  t'.'inyiin wagon roaii.  Fleming or .1. ICernag  Allierl  In    W.  Geo. McLeod. a boy employed at the  Union Cigar Factory, is laid up with  appendicitis.  Mr. and Mrs. Gainer are paying a  visit to their son S. F. W. Gainer of  this place.    They reside in Ontario.  1. T. Brewster has on view- in Lhe  window ot the Carnes Creek Consolidated office a splendid lotot ore from  the Rosebery.  Dr. and Mrs. Cross and baby and  Miss Bryson. Mrs. Cross'niece, arrived  on Monday's No 1.  Ham Donelly reports that bis contract for grading to Eight Mile will be  completed by the end of the week.  Rev. E. P. Flewelling. vicar of St.  Paul's Kamloops is to lake charge of a  mission at Phoenix.  Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Needhant or  Thomson's Landing spent a few days  last week with their relatives in town.  N. Bolton came up on Monday evening for a couple of days visit to 1 own  from the gold fields of Fish Creek.  Thos. Gillespie returned, last week  from a visit to Vernon and the  Okanagan valley.  J. A. Grey of the Eva Hotel. Cam-  liorne, wa.s in town yesterday to  obtain his license. The hotel was  opened foi* boarders last week.  The London & B. C. Goldfields Ltd.  are pushing operations on thc 13va  and are sending up rails for a tramway to the mine.  There will be a meeting of the  hospital board on Tuesday next at  which important business is lo be  transacted and all members are requested to be present.  By putting in a short pipe and  collecting the overflow from thc C. P.  R. creek, the Revelstoke "Water. Light  A: Power Co. have secured a noticeable  addition to their water supply.  While away .at the coast last, week  B. R. Atkins, secretary of the hospital  hoard, made arrangements with Mr.  Dalton. architect' in Vancouver lo  prepare a set of plans for lhe proposed  hospital here.  The weekly practise shoot of the  Revelstoke Gun CltAi last Saturday  resulted as follows: Class 1���������A. Mi-Rae  15 .gold buLlon). A. McDonell 13 (silver  button). J. G. Barber 12. (.'las.*, 2.���������  ���������^-V-E���������Phippa^Wr���������-T-i-E--L---TayUii---12.-  Twenty birds, unknown angles.  The social held on the lawn of iir.  Chas. F. Lindmark's on Monday even-  ins by the officers and members of the  ' Epworth league of thc- .Methodist  church was a decided success both  from a financial and attendance, point  of view. The lawn was beautifully  decorated with bunting, ling.*, and  Chinese lantern's, while tables were  arranged for the dispen-ing nf ice  rreaiu and refreshment-. The Independent liand was in attendance  and rendered a choice pniwiiiime  during the evening.  The directors of the Great We-tein  Mines and Double Eagle Co. have  assembled for the annual meetings of  the companies which take pl.it e al  Ferguson on the 22nd. J. J. Voting of  Calgary and F. XV. God.-ai of Pineln-i  Creek, came in on' Monday and met  "W. IJ. Pool, who returned that evening  from a trip in the States, which took  him as iar as Boise City',' Idaho, where  his parents rw-ide. Messrs. Pool and  Godsal went into Ferguson yesterday.  On yesterday's N<*. 1 Messi*.. Kirliy  nnd Walker came in from England  and left for Ferguson with Mi. Voung  lhis morning. Geo. S. MtOaitri.  solicitor for the companies, was  also of the party. .  .1. G. Morgan. New York Life InMii"  ance agent at Winnipeg, who wa*- one  of the survivors of the wreck of the  Islander was on this morning's No. 2.  The ship went down almost define lit*  and his roomate. J. M. Douglas of  Kelly, Dougl.vs Sc Co. Vancouver, could  get out of their berths. They were  both carried down with the vessel and  Mr. Douglas was drowned. Mr.  Morgan caught hold of a piece of a  j-par while under water and came to  the surface again. He was two and a  half hours floating about in the ice  cold waters of Frederick Sound before  he was picked up totally exhaiMed.  His hand was badly cut and had to lie  dressed by Dr. Carriitberi- this  morning.  --All .Summer Goods al cost to make  room for fall goods coining in. At  Ifeid A: Young's.  13. M. Allium the l*'ir>l -St. .jeweller,  ha**, returned froin hi*-holiday visit lo  Oi'.l.'irin.  Cul. Wni'Miop ninl tlie coast eoii-  liugcnl for llie Dominion llisley at  Ollawa went through lhis morning  for l hn east.  H. It. Atkins, eulleeior of customs,  relumed from attending a ineeling of  tbe executive of lhe High Court. I. O.  F. on .Mondav.  D. W. Moore, ore buyer for the Trail  smelter, wn*. in Lown yestorday and  went, south into the Lardeau this  inoriiing.  Mrs. Wilkes wishes lo .���������innuunce  that she intends opening the kindergarten school at her residence on  Kii'st St. on Sept. :lrd.  l3x-.Mayor Wallace of Kossland paid  a visit, to Caniboriie the latter end of  last week and was very much lakun  with the appearance of the gold llelds  and lo.wnsiti; of Caniboriie.  Cory Menhenick, the founder of  Camborne, the centre of Lhe Fish  River goldficld. was in town on Mon-  da v.  White  Fancy White .Muslins. All-Over Laces, Valenrhiin. iCIe. Swiss and  Dainty .Muslins. A most beautiful display of thorn* Fas.uoiiv.lilo  Goods in various colors at loo., 1T<-., 2()c, 2T>x:., and ."lOo.  Under &fcarts  Mercerised Sateen Ski r's in endless colors���������all prices.  fT������f)W   ' D  THE COMMERCIAL  CENTRE OF. THE'  We sell Hit* F.unou:  asked for  erre^'s  PISH KENS'  Once worn always  ���������������  a      A   ���������jJ ��������������� * ^*'i5 ������v'  l' -b  ������ai*sassj   AOu_.h ia__>:M xi9 ,-j^r.ii-   ���������*>���������������������������:. _,**������: ������*Lig*/av    -ifcjii-*  'W "%&, ^a" '���������/F***  )W  If   1 ft  '(J   laia  ^J  iusiness-  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in the Compounding: o  Prescriptions; and our care ar.tl skill  ���������the results of experience and  ��������� training���������assure that degree of accuracy. And, in addition, our dings  are always pure and fresh. Biing  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  .lust  The.**.  to   hand, the    finest, shipment of   BOYS'   KI.OUSH  ��������� are lhe best make in Canada and don't rip any whore.  SUITS  Mien's Clothing   ���������  We have just, opened up a   large  range  of   Beautiful  Sateen-Lined  All-Wool Serine and Worst ored Suits and marked them.-i way down.  .CALL AND SI3I3 US Lil3FOItl3 IIUVING  I3LSI3W11 EKE.  TA.YI.OIt H1.0C1C.  Mi'Kcnziu Ave  TIIK   WIDE-AWAKE   BUSINESS   MI3N,   .MACKENZIE   AV13.  i'i"!-.!.!.!'!!!'.".'!*:  NO.   101  C. Si. Hume returned hist niglil  from a business trip through the  Lai deau and was very favorably impressed with the appearance of tilings  in Trout Lake Cily, Ferguson, Camborne and oilier points in  Lhe district.  The lawn social at Iho residence of  31 rs. UiT|uhart, Fourlh St.. promises  a |ileasaiit evening. Tho  different  coiinn'.tLocs in charge are sparing no  pains to make it a success in every  respect.    Friday evening, Aug. '2:',.  The connniltee of the city council  appointed on Friday lo inspect and  reporl on the condition ofthe plant of  the Bevelstoke Water. Light and  power Co.,went over Llu* whole ground  yesterday. Their    report   will   be  presented at the nest meeting of the  council.  FAS MURDERED  1'. o,  1IOX  7U*H  ;e������]  Seiiceioi  s;$75  I' SOLE >  k ag'entJ  :E  UEV ELSTOKE  7-:':''-7'yii7'G777L-  m  ^__^gl_I_gl33--^*l*V_Wa3JI_*i_I!a_33^  t������  )nsi\  No, 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, S. C.  Cold, Silver l.i_tul mill Copper Mines wnntcd til tlie /rsy-Exeliiuiije.  l*'reo Milliii*.' liolil l'ro|>erlies ivmituil n: onee ior lCusiern investors.  1'i.rties liavinj: ininini: properly lor s-i'.le nre reimesteil to send siiinples of llieir nre  UMHEim  No. I Ditched by a  Fallen Tree  on    Monday    and    Engineer  Righter Hurt.  The C. P. IJ. Imperial Limited westbound train was ditched on Monday  morning three miles west of Hope.  Engineer Peter High tor who lives in  Vancouver had one of his legs crushed  between the knee and ankle, and Alex.  All in, the mail clerk and lacrosse  player, had his head badly cut. The  fireman was also scalded but not  .-eriously. The train was thunderincr  \'liongJ~whci.^~ungin[.ei���������-Higlitei-^i,iul--  denly noticed au obstacle on the track  a shoit ilistancc* ahead. He roveised  Lhe lever but was unable to lessen the  speed of lhe iraiu to any great extant,  and the engine crashed into an  immense tree and then rolled over.  The baggage, mail nnd.<|i'oloni'*.L cars  were also ditched, as was a car of tot-  ton. which was to have been shipped  by the Empress today to the Orient.  A rumor was current in Vancouver  yesterday that engineer Highlcr had  died of his injuries but Assistant Sopl.  Tsiwnley denied lins, and *-aid that  Kighter was not even --eriuusly  injuted. Thc baggage cat and Lhe one  lo ided wilh c6lton are complete  wrecks, while the engine is also very  badly damaged. '<  Resented Ridicule ofthe Queen's  Uniform.���������Called Them Fenians.  Hamilton. Ont.. Aug. 17���������.Provincial'Detective Greer is in the ciLy  and with the local detectives he is  working on the. case of Daniel Shea,  an old soldier, who disappeared on the  night of Thanksgiving Uay. IS!)!, on  his return i'roni "Toronto, where, he  Look pari wilh (ho Thirteenth regiment in" a sham bailie. Shea's bodvj  was found 'floating in the bay in Lhu  spring of ISO."), but was badly decomposed and eaten by fish, and as no  wounds could lie doleclcd on I he body,  it was supposed ho had fallen from  thu Grand Trunk railway, while in-  loxic.led and was drowned. Bcci'iilly  some of Lhe. men implicated in Shea's  death had a quarrel and one of them  has divulged Ihu story of how Lhc; old  soldier went down to his death, leaving a widow and several children. 11  appears he went to a small bote!,  about midnight, after his return from  Toronto, and there had a violent quarrel with several men who ridiculed  the Queen's uniform which he .won*.  Shea retaliated by calling " them  Fenians and upon this Shea was pushed into the yard arid given his death  blow.      Later Lhe body was carried to -  3 to the lCxelmnne for Hxliiljiiion.  ij"      All siunples should be sent by  express I'ropnlcl.  i Address till i.nnininnW'Htions to         iii|m|  (ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Correspondeneo solicited;  Kelson, B. C. il  ���������������������������'-���������. ���������'���������.���������������������������       csj : ifi-,  _*!%:y ?S$:   ���������  f-faa&fi m������������������ ������$"��������� 1  #1  #:  MM'r--  *mt  This Space Reserved  for John  E.  -Wood's  New Furniture Advt. *  the dock near by and thrown into  the   ^^^S-^H3^B5������^S1S^^^^SS^  bay. and   as   ire   formed   on  the bay  shortiv afterward   the   remains were  not recovered till the following spring.  It is now .said the police are in -a fair  way .to-lay   their hands p:i the uiui;  l'-V_  tt-J  is/'j  ry%  f&L,  doi-er*** of the old man and they will lwi  bi'oughl to justice.  LEWIS    BROS.  INSURANCE, FiNAHCSAl  AKD EEAL ESTATE AGEMTS;7^  i_&y  '������37  Ronre-sent thc following, reliable..Companies.  Canadian Census of 1901.  The first official bulletin of thf  su.*, was issued on Saturday.,  population of the   Dominion   is  Tl-e i vr������  r.r-n-  ew  School  Readers  ���������AN'11.-  OTHER  NEW BOOKS  AND  SCHOOL   SUPPLIES  N'ew   and   attractive  designs  in  SCRIBBLERS  Now on sale at  BEWS'  DRUG STORE  BP.OWX BLOCK.   TEL. 48.  given  at ."v-K'.S.SS:!. ni. increase, of ."Ofi.tJII over  Llu- census of I.Sill. Tii!.' population of  Lhe jiroviiu'e**' is as follows:  I'rovinco  Hrirish Columbia  Manitoba   Xew   I-Jrun-iwick.  Nova   Scotia   Ontario   Prince I'-'.d    Mam  Quebec   Ih'JI  \mi  ...K.S.173  HH).(.HIf)  ..l.V2.,7).'i  2l'i, l(U  ...:t2l.-2m  :-s}|,i.k a  ... i."n.:;.).5  ������.->!>. llli  .���������j,lll..'������l  2.1D7,!17������  ���������io:������.o7S'  \U'.,.'2l)ri  .I.l8s.r.:i7  l.(SL.0.H7l  -J  ^r'J  ���������yj.  fi-i  o/:~>  V {  ���������it 1  The Provincial Building and Loan Association, of Toronto.   ;.,  The Canadian Hirkbeck Invest ment,and Security fJo..T<nonto. ;���������*;'  The B.C. Permanent Loan and Savings Company,.of ViU'coitvcr  TheXorwich Union  I>'ire Insurance Society. FIRE.     ',..���������  The National Assurance Co.. of Ji eland. FIRE.     ;;  Thf- Phenix Insuraiice Co.. of Kronklyn. ��������� FIRE.  The Phoenix Insurance Co., of Hartford. FIRE.  The Queen   Insurance Co., of   America.    ��������� FIRE.       ?���������  The- Kquitable  Life Assurance Society. LIFE.        "  The Metropolitan Plate GI as Insurance'Co.  Agents for the Smelter Townsite. ?i  0 Houses for Sale or Rent...  Drawer -75.  MM:  Iff  P. o  m  7m  '���������������������������������������������(&%  '���������im  '^Agehtsi  IP  ���������l7M  ?';.������  ���������':���������;:; -AND,:?SJ-13���������..TKESBAKGAINS !AT "P-;; i:  ''777L7777Gy7?::tt7jJ&E  AM^9^07^^9^A^^-Al  ���������i'SPECI A LTY fc7 7:?|*7is'\^fcii7'REP'AiRiNa  Larj;ehiid Wbll*  Sinnple Hoonis..  .lKlited-  .7 ;=:.''i.;:7f';:"^:;���������':���������"��������� L-:':-y L-:...''*I.leiile(l'7by 7l!ot Air 11111I Electric>  * 'Ly; I'Lrr-r. .-,.;}. ���������",.. v: Hulls unci Li-*htlii every rootaYT  ."I'ree7-lins Misets'AU Triiins ^ 7 ���������: " : 7 '������������������'.'..���������-.���������-"7-".:      :;���������.,���������7:;7   ..*���������* *,":-:-;  , Jtunsoiinlilc. limes..; V'; .vA-.-i'v **���������;'.":'���������'��������� LL ���������'. :<: ���������"-���������'' -'��������� ������������������'���������.- ���������.:���������'.:������;���������'  MimmmmiEmmmm^mm,m^^mmmm  is as follows:  Citv  1701  JOOl  Montreal    220,1 SI  2.".I!.H2������  Toronto   .   ..  LSI.220  207,071  Quebec:      O'l.tflO  os.sr; i  Ottawa       11.151  o.S.01'12  Hamilton      *IS,!)8.')  T,2.T,TA  Winnipeg      2.-1. OK!)  \-2.:f.'A  Halifax     :w, in.-j  ���������I0.7.S7  St. .John      .",0,179  ���������10.711  London   .... :.1.977  :ti,<.iK\  Vancouver      i:..7Cf>  21.100  Victoria       Ili.SlI  20,821  Kingston     10,20:!  in.oir.  Urantforil     12.7.-.::  li!,������ir.  frull       ll,2fil  i:).o*s  Chariot totown   .. .. H,:i7::  12.0SO  VnlloyJielcl   ....    r...-ii.-.  ll,0,-..7  Shi'i'brookc:   ....     10.007  11,70.7  Svdney         2,171  0,00s  .Moncton       .-i,n;:>  0.020  Oalgarv        :..,S7(!  1,112  Brandon       :;,77s  .-..7ns  Notice   to   Contractors.  FISH  CREEK WAGON  ROAD  --On Sai.k., A cjiMiility of ljicytle  Fittings below cost. We want to clear  out jirior to openiiiK up in our new  furniture l>iie>iiics.i. The very latest  CychylineOas Ilicyclo I^iiupa for I wo  dollars.   .JoUN E. Wood.  m;.'U*'.I> TEMiEKS. "ur.'*r"'r:i*.*'l *' 'r.-iMlfr*.  ror Fi*'m c;r.*.*!i v.'nuc.n Ktinfl. ���������*'���������������>> '-' .-"���������������������������->v-'i  hv '���������' it Ka*i'i*i:.*r, K-.fjt.lr". 'I'.verliin.T.r A-jenl  nt l*ij* ..'l-t.,1-1*.  rn. t" "'I'1  lii^'mll'iit tl,e Mill  rl.iv" r.f A HBH-r, !'*lrl, ������'  ''���������!  ������������������''1'"'K    '<���������'   '���������'"'   "OX-  ���������arm'tiuri un.l '*oiii|i!i'tioi>. i������ '������i<'-*nl.;* ������.*ition������  of 11 w-Hiton r'������el from tie* Ji:ii''tl'.*i t,l 1I1.1 I.nr-  rlen.i   rnn.l,   nt   Thr-imt.-iciii''   I.������"'lli:?.   to   tin;  l-rjIJlirlBryirftltn f.H HI l*"r U'r 'ft. IV tl ll tl", H'l lltllllKI.  of 111,0111. '. ..illi**.,���������!'*.'*..  I'lini" r.n.1 .-!.i*clllc*>tion J'Bii I*.; "i-'-n nt the  (lev. riim������f.t oilic". 11 K**V'.l'-t'ik'., i.'oliini'lli,  unci Trout I.11K1-, nwl nt tl"' Jl"r'' "f Mr. l*'rA*n*r  nl Tii',iii,*.*.r,i-,*-( i.nnrliriR. on ninl afirr lli������* Ii.tli  .lny i.f Aiij'ii*.*, lfi������il.  1V!i.!i*r- nill not, Ij'* i*riii������iiler"rl iinlfx** miirli'  out ii|.cni Hu-|,rlnt<*<l f.irmi -iipi'lio'l I"' txn-  [.Tii'p..**.. itri'l nn n^p-fiiii-iit to i-xcfiiti! tins  Itonrl in,i..-iiiI.*.l to I lie form of leiirl-r'i-t <l|ily  ���������.liriiwl l.v tins 1 oniriietor Iiinn*<i*H inul two otlicr  rus]i'.ii^ll.l<. r--'uli'iiti of llu* I'rovlncn in tin'  iir-iinl sum of Mil (in cnrli for ciiflli mile ol roml  trn'tcrc't for llie fiiitlifiil [lerfuriininei: of tin-  work.  The lii-j.-irini.Tit ii "it lioiiiiil to ncrept tin*  lowest or any t������*iirler.  (ailEiif'1)    W. S. QOUE,  Kcpiilj Ouuiil'-.-ioiier of f.nnds .t Works:  T^tii'It ni'iiIWoric-incpnrtiiicnt, Vlclorln.II.C,  12lll  Allljllht, l'All,  IIAPCAINS  .IN   srs  .About C\\ ln'Althy plnntu, lucliitlirijj I'lHchi-a?-.  fi'THMiiito^. Itr������^fjtilnv, liie, from 25c' up.  v/ords. Cnll flirty mix] i;t*t llio cJioicc.*��������������������������� Hull*  htiflns   Monday,     Aujy.    12th.     Store     on  VlU'kC'H7l<! AV...I1IK1.  MRS. C. TURNROoS^  777:77^7':7-^7x^(Drr^ni7t ^istoeia.^?-7  7-M7y7;:i77;7:L'7.L7ionN''V.7P^  : I ���������-���������:!;-;:-*NI|ifJit;,*jar!li.'*itb:J^*,Jii';C'->'iiiitciJon .f6r."'t,li."6. jjoji'vciiieiiuo .of.Guests*.  Hourly Street Cur:" 'L"L'L',LL. 'yyy     y.      .,y:y,.t.r  Between lloteln-.d Station,;'. :*.    '.;'���������       ... :.r;fl-:;''  LS%'  L'::iiyL  ^������^(^������ig^vii-g,,  V'&C''2'-*--<ir-4*4'-4'<-tl'-<t:#4--e',������:J^  fr  fr ���������  fr.  frd:  ���������*:���������  f,  fr  fr  fr:  fr  fr  .���������*-.  fr  ������...;���������   .:.*,v."-:,:;.'AG'B2Sr-T?vPOB .:.'/ :.;'"��������� .-"'. ''���������;.:  7,!;:::;;;;-::;vrsal.es^^^  '   CTW A TtTil~,y h J.-. ���������. i Ciiniiiin I'eriniiiient ������t;\vostcrii'*.'**''.'.:     \'7;   '  Fill AllLlAL-5     ' -'iftii'xli'���������-M������rt|{ii!{������ C������ir|ioriiilon. .   .:. L":-i  luuui V.*f *'.*-'   i Equitable '."nviiiss l.omi iiiutlJuildliig Association.  TO LET  .A itirnixlifi] litiiixc on Third  ht,   f-oritnliiiiijt  OH." rir.l.l.lC r.|ttillir rOOIn, (lllllll); rucni,   lclu*h*jii  ccllur |,Hiitr*,, frmr in.il rooms, one l.utli  roniii.  /vj.ply iir--. .-tpurliuj-*.. Am.*. Mill  I INSURANCE.!;  COAL FOll SALI*:,  FOR SALE  Iii.* City i.i l'cv*r.|*ito^i������ Ihls fi titiiiiilitvof wfre  ri'.-ttiia; it-.'l l.r,nr.l*i ii*"il In llie i,onBtriii;IIoit  nl till* I.r.-(l hollst' f.'llfi- for sule, Ai.plv ii. i>���������  SiiaM'. ( |ii* Cli-rlc.  .Inly.",] tf '���������  ll  TO   RENT  Kiirnlslie'I Kooms to let.  I'lne.  Apply to It, Tup-  July 17 1 mo.  #s������ UNION ^533  Cigar   Factory  IlKVIiLSTOKK,    ll.C.  rr. v\. brown, proi������;  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL   and THE  UNION  fr  fr  frs  ���������frL-  fr  fr-  fr .  c Imp  i Uhii  (Con  Imperial Flre.      Ounrilliui Fire.  - Mercantile Kire.  niiiliiiii Kire,    ��������� Culeilonliin Kire.    - -      '  feileiiitliin Life.      Atlas Flre. :,; *; r.  , HOUSES FOR SALE AND BENT. |  .4^^������-ReveIstoke Station.  *������������������������,  . p^^^���������������>gi������>^>.P'J^a*^.���������Hc^������^^^^���������^^^^^>.-^>���������^^ p~������w&pj&&&&ppppppppppp^tpppppl  ������,*':TH*E: "iiPE���������E^i^SOT* ;DHESS-A^������esa^7^y.y7  " 7 rMirinyyyirien, have   many  1        minds in the matter of dress  ���������but the^dictates of fashion  must be considered.  '".',' We make the clothes you  Avant, correct in style, of the  best material, and in a faultr  ^1    lesis manner. ,.������������������*''  ������f.''.* There's" r<  *   %  ness   in   the^ garments  'A make. (^)  %;���������/   Our stock is the largest*������  " .and best assorted in the city. (������  Yoar Patronage Solicited   J".   S.   CBH3S X&JLl<37 7. W  The Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave. uS)  distinctive-  we


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