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Array ,rt  p ItiH/u cuUi  i  7  S  I  ���������fcr  w  \  '������  1  'fa!  .<fl|  .1  '    ' / /.'  4t? .  Vol    V. No   6S  REVELSTOKE B.C.     SATURDAY,   AUGUST 81, 1901  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  t#JWJHr*&*#*������^^***���������4^  This week we are offering our  entire stock of Straw and  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  All the newest and nobbiest  styles.  MEN'S   SUMMER  COATS  AND VESTS AT A GREAT  ���������^ REDUCTION ^I'-  Now in���������Big Stock of Ladies'  and.Chiidrens' Lisle, Thread,  Cotton* and-' Cashmere Hose.  Also a big stock of Gents'  Hosiery in- Silk," Cashmere,  "'and ' .Cotton, "'" including'- ''the'  celebrated Health. Hose. .  After Eleven Weeks  of  mined Struggle.  Deter-  If you want a really nice  thing in these goods come  and examine our stock.  PARASOLS  A few lines left which we are  offering at a great   reduction.  "Don't   fcrgetTTve   carry"~~tfie~  Biggest Stock of Heavy Hardware in the City.    It will pay  you to get cur Prices   before  purchasing.  ORDER GIVEN TO RESUME WORK  A Despatch Received Yesterday  . From Chairman Jos.��������� Lennon  That a Settlement Has Been  Reached and the Trackmen  Can go Back to Work. Exact  Conditions Not Known Yet  But Will be Forwarded by  Mail.  All this week there have boon oyer a  hundred railway men in Montreal in  attendance at the meetings of the  various brotherhoods. The engineers  iind Hi'cuicn hnve heen holding their  biennial session and the engineer  hoard of adjustment of the entire O.  P. U. system has heen in session. I-l.  P. Morrisey, Grand Chairman of the  B. R. T., of Cleveland, arrived un  Tuesday and wns in conference with  President Wilson, of the B.lt.T. of A.  It was felt that if ever Lhe track men's  strike was going to bo adjusted by* the  aid of the other btotherhoods this  week was the one. In consequence  there was no very groat surprise felt  when yesterday morning Mr. Duchesnay posted on the station a telegram  from Mr. Marpole stating that the  Trackmen's .strike was oi!. This  despatch is said to linvebeen confirmed  by another wire from Fireman Ladner  to the B. of Ij. F. union. The Trackmen's committee, however, received  no official intelligence from their  committee in Montreal till the afternoon, when the following despatch  was received here:   "���������  ��������� Montreal, Aug. 30.    .:  : All   Maintenance .of Waymen :  Kamloops   to   Revelstoke. :  ��������� An agreement has been  reached :  :'between vour committee and the.:  ��������� general   manager.   The  strike   is. :  . declared   off.     Oliicial    notice  by :  ; mail.     All hands may report, for :  : duty at once.       ,   . .. ^  ������������������;-'���������*���������.--'..���������.���������'���������'-���������I'*';-1,"'",.-' "J .'-Lennon, ���������.' ��������� 't  ��������� - .    - , ,"   ,    . Chairman.    :  This was further confirmed, later, in  answer to a wire of inquiry from the  Revelstoke Committee, by the following message:  Montreal, Aug.'30.  T. J. Graiiam, Revelstoke:  .   Strike ^ settled!   Official   "notice   by  mail.  J. Lennon.  The" terms of the settlement are of  course as; yet unknown here. One  feels ' quite certain, however, that  stout-hearted Joe Lennon has not  given in except on conditions, which  he knows will be acceptable to his  fellow Trackmen...  "A good proportion of the old section  men and all the section foremen ' on  this division are around and available.  The bridge foremen, too, are still on  hand. A large number of the bridge-  men, however,-have left the country  and the company will find it. a hard  -job to-rep!ace-them.-^~;^=���������- . -*���������'- -  ;Thb Herald congratulates the  Trackmen    on   their victory.    They  pli'led this fall when all the ore fiom  Lhe mines in the vicinity nf Ferguson  will be shipped out via Trout Like  instead of vi.i Thompson's handing us  at present. There is also some talk of  I'Oiistructiot) of a live mile branch of  railwav lu connect these properties  with Trout Lake, and it is saitl Hint a  start may be made on this work this  fall. The townsite of Sulkirk, the  present terminus of the Liudo branch,  has been renamed by the railway  company and will hereafter be known  as Twin Falls. There are some ."iOO  acres iu this Lownsilo which has been  surveyed and cleared, and Ihe lots nn*  now on Llie niaiket, being handled  through the laud ollice of lhe company  in NiImiii mid by loc.i'l agon's at Twin  Falls and Trout Lake.  H2L  Thc Queen Victoria Hospital.  This has been ii busy week for the  hospital board. Meetings have been  held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and a couple more yeslerday.  XV. T. Diillon, the Vancouver architect, whose plans have been adopted  arrived in town yesterday morning  and was in conference with the board  nil day. He inspected the site on  block 57 thoroughly and expressed  himself in its favor, the only point on  which he was in doubt being Lhe best  method of disposing of the sewage of  a hospital er -cted on ic No decision  has been arrived at on this point,'inn,  the septic tank system may be  adopted. Favorable terms, including  supervision, have been.made with Mr.  Dalton, who has a. fine reputation in.  Vancouver and has been the architect  of several important buildings in thnt  city.  The plans and specifications call for  a building to cost S0000. Tenders are  being called for by secretary Atkins  for the excavation and stonework of  Lhc foundation.  i The following gentlemen arc the  members of the building committee:  Supt. Kilp'ttrick, Messrs R. llowson,  F. McC-irlv, G. S. MeCarter and .1.  McLeod. It is their intention to push  the work through this fall.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  Mr;;. D. McLean, wife of the. mauler  mechanic ul' Lhe Cinailinn I'nciliu railway aL "Winnipeg, is at, present in  Viol oriii accompanied by her daughter.  M'rth Minnie .McLean. Mrs. McLean i.s  a cousin of the late Mrs. Iln.ss, who  ineL her deaLh in tin; Islander disaster  and e.'iiuu rrom Winnipeg to lie present.at Lht; funeral.  A. "W. Haley, I'or the past two years  in charge of the ticket ollice at the  liosslaud C. P. H. dopol. has left* tu  Lake the position oi' agent at Midway.  Mis place at Rowland hut been lillcd  by Daniel Main,  XV. Whyte, general manager of the  C. P. 11., returned to Canada on Tuesday by Lhe Empress of China, after n  tour through Siberia, imdertiiken  with a view of investigating the trade  possibilities of that region  The inarria;>e of E. T. Green way, C.  P. R. agent ,at Crystal City, Mini., Lo  Miss "Wright of JDoloraiuu is announced.  .1. A. Steele lias been appointed  general foremah of the Great Northern  machine shops aL Jliilyard, Wash.. Lo  succeed F. C. "Wilson, deceased.  Cond. .T. A. Kinney has been put on  the Eholt In Phoenix run.  The big Shay  llie 'jig bluiy engine Lh  many mon th.*\ between ���������}_  Lion ami ltusslancl. will hi  "Was She to Blame."  The New York Theatre Company  comes to the opera, house for three  nights commencing Tuesday Sept Uid.  strongly recommended by the press'  from New York to San Francisco.  The company-has a\big.repeitoire of  the"most popular plays and presents  them in a finished style,   -  The company  has  been   playing  to  big business at Brandon. Rat Port age,  Fort William and Port Arthur.    That  the performances were highly satisfactory is .evident   from   the   following,  which is from the Rat Portage   News.  "One of the biggest crowds ever seen  in the. Hilliard Opera "House   greeted  the New York Theatre Company  lust  night and judging from thellhiindering  applause   accorded    the    performer--.,  the vas1; audience were not disappointed in.their high expectations of a  rare  treat.   Miss Agnes Anderson,-  in the  role of   orphan   girl,   wife,  gradually  developing into a strong minded woman, filled her part almost to nerfeclion.  Miss Bessie Seabright played the part  of foster aunt true to life,   while   Miss  Helen D'Este filled   her  difficult   role  extraordinary]}* well.     Miss'A. Ma J  ion did ample justice to her part as tlu*  hoy artist.    WrL.   Harve. and   Oscar  King also acted  very ' renlisticaly,,Mr  J. C.Sluttz   is   cei tainly _ as. good, a  A big shipment of Paints  Oils, Mails, Etc., arriving.  Tools of all kinds always  in stock.  DYNAMITE,  CAPS,  FUSE.  We are agents for the celebrated BENNETT  FUSE.  WMm************************  lliaL plied for  ���������SinelLor jitiie-  ie utilized "Lo  haul ore on Llie hill out "of phoenix, a  run of about Lcii miles similar in almost every respect Lo* the Jlrissland  hill. As the Shay wus operated moil  .successfully there, it is only natural Lo  suppose Lhat the big mill will bo equally useful at Phoenix. When Ihemines  on Red mountain rcconimenceshipping  ore No. Ill will he brouglit hack or  the run will be laken by the new Shay  'recently ordered by the C. P. R.  Briikeiuan' Jas. NesbitL of theC. P.  .R. had his head badly bruised and cut  by being-erushed between-Lhe projecting timbers of the cars, while . cutting  Lhe second secLion of Wednesday's  No. 2 at Westminster .Junction in  order to Inke on -an observation car.  IL -is legarded as a mitat le that he  escaped death."  VE8TERN MEN  Detailed Account of the Scrap  Near Vereenig"ing-in Which the  Canadians of the'S. A. Constabulary Were Engaged.  When the crowds ol friend.** at  C. 1*. lt, slaLion shook hands for  lasl lilue wilh   Major   Hciilicll   of  llie  the  the  Duke of Connaughl's Own Hillon that.  Sunday al'lornoon but u few monliia  ago, few thought lhat it was dusiiiu-d  for this major soon In be I.ice to face  with the redout able Sioer general  Dewi L. Ile was goiugjiiway lo take a  captaincy iu the Canailiiui M-ction ol  lhc South African constabulary, anil  there was every prospect, of his .seeing  lighting, but one man is so easily .-wallowed up in the vasliifss of Soulh  Africa lluiL there would have been no  .surprise if years should pass wiLliimL  his being heard of again.  Fate willed it otherwise, however,  and Lhe Vancouver captain found  Dewelbylho exceedingly dangerous  process of being captured by him.  This all occurred near Vcreoniging,  the first stiitiiiu on Transvaal soil itl'lut  crossing Lhe Vaal river on Llie railroad  between liloumfoiilciu and Pieloria.  There was a sharp fight in which ,a  small party of Canadian con.stabulaiy  under O.i plain Bennet.i/s command ran  up against a vastly superior hoby of  Boors and wore decidedly wor.sLctl.  Thoy lost, four men killed, six wounded  and Lwt'iity-fotiL' capt tired, including  Captain Bennelt hiihseil", and llie  seven-pounder gnu they had with them  was also losL Lo Lhe liners.  Tltli CANADIAN   LUSHlia.'  Among the killed were Scrgt-ant  Major Chamber.-; who enlisted at C.rl-  gary. Trooper Sproule of Fort Steele,  and Trooper Begg ol Revelstoke. The  wounded include Trooper JMcltiLyre of  Revelsloke, Trooper Cm Lis' ol' Nelson,  Tioopcr Ilerchmer of. Rossland, and  Trooper Graveley oi Nelson.  The.Boers lost seven killed, four  dangerously wounded anil Lweiity  slightly wounded.  Captain Bennett was Laken' liefore  General Dewet and was told by him  that the Boer force was 1,001)" strong,  so thut it'.was obvious that the little  pai'Ly of C.uuk'ks were" lucky' in noL-  being exterminated. -   '    * -  against Ti-.mtiiii.i-: onus.  The .troops.(iiignged on our side were  only ninety all Lold under command  "ol Captain McDowell. They consisted  of   two   detachments   of   thirty   each'  froin Lhe Tenth and Fifteenth troops  ul" constabulary, lecruiteii in Kugland,  and thirty western Canadians fiom lhe  Seventeenth troop, Tiie Canadiau.-  Imd the light Hank and opened lire  lirst.  What happened is described in a  letter received from an ollicer of one  of the ICnglish troop.-:  "OnThur.-d.ty, .luly 11," he writes  "we decided Lo lake a strong patrol  over to Vryfnntein and Zui-rnntein Lo  get .some walerbarrels. bat bed wire  and olher useful things. Wo sent out  throe while .scouts about 5 a.m.. who  relumed nnd reported thirteen Boers  only upon the hill, lt was ordered  thai we should Lake lhc* seven-pound  gun, and mi we pulled out at 7 n, in.  about sixty strong. We went forward,  forty men. and came on with about  twenty ns oscorL Lo the gun, Of these  we had In leave five Lo hold it hou-e to  cover our relreal, and so we went on.  " But it was uo good, for we inn  into plowed land and ii.nl to pull up.  The Unci's simply foi med a .-olid ma**.**  round Lhe gun, abonL 200 sttong, and  yelled al, me and til hois Lo ���������Hands up.'  I waited upon thi* Hankers to come np.  IiiiL they wore ciiplmcd, and the Boer.-  were firing at me irom twenty to  thirty yards, several kneeling. Then  I'out stalled for me, so I kissed my  hand lo Lliem and rodo oil'. Phew!  It was a go: but my beauty carried  me through till L reached Lhe kraals by  llu: coal mine dam. There I found  four men. and together we rode back  to try and cover Capt. .McDowaU'.-  rolreat and see wjfal could be done.  Wc collected some more men, and  then I heard particulars.  I'lCl'-OltK IlKWKT.'  "It impetus Dowel v.-as trying Lo  pass north and somebody gave us  away and lhey* simply egged us on  till (hey had us'cornered and then  rode us down. Capt. Bennett of lhe  Canadians was Laken by Dewet himself. ��������� Our lolal casualties���������one gun.  four "killed, six wounded and cwenty-  I'our prisoners and ono Kaflir'scout  shot iu cold blood as well. The Doers  repotLed seven killed, four dangerously, twentyslighlly. A despatch rider  was sent as hard as ho could go. to  Voreeiiig'ug.lor help *. but. they did noc  turn out for "an hour arid a half aiid  then only at a walk. And they must,  have seen us arid our guns���������they did���������  and if. was within the range of fire of  the Vereeniging garrison guns.  ���������'Wo are. now waiting events.^ I,  suppose it means a district court-*  martial aud Ihe. sack for .some: .but  'there was'tio coward ice, as Dewet told  I'jonnctt he was nearly 4,000 strong.  Thoy made ,our drivers take the gun  Lo lhe laager and they say that tliere  wei e thousands there. They tried to  bring tho gun into action against us.'  but thc sergeant had thrown away the  rammer.-' handspike, lanyard and  sights���������thank God!"���������Province.  NEWS  Cape   Colony   Seething    With  Disorder and Alarm  THE TRACKMEN'S STRIKE OFF  Fatal Fire in Tenement Building: >n  Brooklyn.-Twenty Eight Deaths  Result From the City of Trenton  Explosion.���������Terrible Smash up on the  Great Northern Near Kalispell.���������  Inquiry Into Wreck of Steamer  Islander.  Montijkai., Aug. 31.��������� The general  manager of the C. P. R. confirms the  report thai the strike of its Trackmen  has been called off, an understanding  having been reached with the conciliation committee of Trackmen.  VitTOltiA, Aug. 31.���������A court of  enquiry into the loss of the steamer  Islander will begin ils sittings here on  Tuesday.  Spokane, Aug. 31.���������It is reported  here that a disastrous wreck occurred  last night on the Great Northern 10  miles east of Kalispel, Montana.  Seventeen people are reported killed.  Xo further parliciilars.  Xeiukk, X. J., Aug. -31.���������Tho  wreck of thc soutli bound passenger  train'on the Sod us liny division of the  Northern Central on Thursday, has  resulted so far in the death of eleven,  persons..  BnooiiLY.v, Aug. 31.���������Four persons-  were killed and Feven seriously injured  in a tenement file here last night.  London, Aug. 31.���������The Cologne  Gazette's correspondent in Capetown  declares that* the entire Cape Colony-  is a seething ma&s of disorder and  alai-in. . He asserts also that the Boers  tire receiving stippoi t from all sides.  'Philadklphl*!. Aug. 31. ���������It is now  reasonably - certain that 2S persons  persons perished as the result of the  explosion of one of the. boilers on the  steamer City of Trenton, on the Dela~"  ware river, above Philadelphia, on  "Wednesday.  I  (A  C.B. HUME  &C0  have had eleven weeks of struggle and  have conducted the strike throughout  like treeborn Canadian men and  citizens. We also congratulate the  officials of the Pacific division on the  conclusion of a period of much anxiety  and extraordinary exertion. The  Herat.d ' does not think that the  former mutual friendship and respect  existing between them and the employes of .tiie Maintenance of Way  Department has been in any degree  lessened or' impaired by the recent  strike. We feel sure that nobody in  the country is belief pleased to see  the strike come to a conclusion in a  way wliich restores their tried and  trust j* fellow employes back to the  service of lhe company.  Trout   Lake   and Twin   Falls.  J. Lonsdale Doupe, of thc Canadian  Pacific lands dcpartineul. completed a  deil Wednesday wilh the owners of  the Trout Lake townsite whereby in  return for certain considerations the  railway company receives about one-  third of the lots in the townsite remaining unsold. The principal owners  of the Trout Lake townsite are Fred  J. Hume of Nelson, and John  Abrahamson and Frank Wells of  Revelstoke. Each of these owned one-  quarter and the remainder was  divided into several small holding.*;.  The owners of the townsite hope by  securing the interest of the railway  company to very greatly increase tbe  value of their'holdings and also shut  out the possibility of rival townsites.  In return for the lots granted, the  railway company undertakes to put  a small steamer on thc lake and  operate it between Trout Lake and  Selkirk, which for the present wil] lie  the branch line from Kooienmv lake.  This branch, it is hoped, will be com-  comedian as Sir Henry Irving is a  tragedian. To hear the. good honest  ring of his voice is alone well worth the  price of admission. For purity and  grandenr "Was She to Blame?" has  not an equal. The comedy is bright  and sparkling, which causes the most  sober minded and "long faces to burst  into mirthful laughter.".  Champagne and Coal Oil.  ��������� About 11 a. m. on Monday a collision  occurred at Whitewood  between  the  mixed passenger and freight eastbonnd  from Broadview and u  freight   westbound.     It  seems   that   the    mixed,  drawn by engine 350, engineer Shing-  field.  having  the   right of track,  was  running   into   the  station.     On   the  main    track     the   westbound   train,"  instead   of   taking   the   sidetrack  for  some reason,  came  in    on   tho   main  line, although bolh  trains  had orders  forari even meet.    Owing to thc curve  near the'mile mark, engineer Stewarl  did not see his danger-until too  lato.  Both engineers reyeised  engines and  applied  brakes and   then   with   lheir  firemen  jumped  to save  llieir   lives.  The trains going at  about 4 miles an  hour met aud engine 353 crashed  into  356 smashing in the whole front of 35C  and throwing her own   tender on   to  the piatform within two yards nf the  station door and was lifted off from t he  trucks.   A car of coal on   thu mixed  was thrown np on the tender and  the  next car crashed* into  a car cf champagne   nn   the  freight  next   to    the  engine, which was piled  into,  and  on  top of a car of oil.   The oil  was much  damaged, the   prairie   being covered,  but, strange to   say,   the champagne  seemed    to   have     escaped   damage.  Supt, Milestoup, I{oadni*i-tpr LHlis and  Locomotive   Foreman   Collins     were  soon on   lhe spot   with   a   wrecking  crew, and had things in good shape in  short order without dis.irtanging the  train service in the least.  AI  IES  Ladies ijont    miss- the    oppoviunit}'-   io     complete yu  purchases. of   Summer   eoods   tit     BARGAIN     PlllCES,  Blouses, Whitewear, -Wash Go  Summer  Dress      Goods,  Sailor Hats  Children's   Keadwear  T'lie stock must be reduced and early purchasers will get   Lhe full benefit,  Government Funds Embezzled  F. G. 'Fauquier was arrested on  Thursday evening at his residence,  charged with misappropriation of the  sum of $10X). while mining recording  at Nakusp. The case came before Fred.  Fraser, J.P., who. at the -request of  XV. 3. Goepel. ine provincial auditor,  who laid the infoimation, remanded  the case till lhe olh inst., or such time  as the government are ready to goon  with it.' B.iil was granted in the sum  of $2,500. T. E. L." Taylor and G. S.  MeCarter going sureties. The greatest  regret- is expressed in town at this  unfortunate affair as Mr. Fwuquieris  .not_only___pers_onaljy__pppular__.btit__hiis__  proved himself bolh at Nakusp and  heica most acceptable and capable  oliicial. Mr. Goepel is in charge of  lhe ollice, .   -  Boys and Youth's Summer Oloth-  Luded in the  ing* are  incr  Pi Ll  i_j    \_i  i____5>-r  Figures   in  Also Bargain  Furnishings, Hats,  35  Gaps &c.  Our  Desire to   make   room   for  Fall   Importations   is  your   opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd. 1901.  g jB**iStf������'**������***#*-r*^**ff������^ tPiPPP^iVPPPPPPPPP^PirJKPj^Pi^^  The Royal Visit.  At the   meeting   of Lodge Royalty.  S. O. F. B. S.   last   Tuesday    it' was  decided to instinct   the  -ecretary,  H.  Edwards, to confer with lhe executives  of    such     other   fi.iternities   as   had  responded to a pievious   invitation  of  the lodge tc co-operate  in   getting  up  a demonstration  in lievelstoke on the  approaching vi.-itof the royal party to  lhis provinte.    Accordingly last night >  there was a meeting held of representatives of the Sons ot England, Loyal  Orange   Lodge   and   the  Selkirk anil  lievelstoke h'iig������?s of the Oddfellows, ,  at which it wa-decided to request the  lodges of eveiy   other   fraternity   in  town   to   c< - ;t rate in a petition and -  deputation to the city council to take  hold of the project of making a suit-able  demonstration at  the station   on   the  arival of the i cy.d pai ty.  g Express Trains Crash Together  One *of the worst   accidents at the  Halifax end of the Intei colonial rail- '  way in recent years occurred Monday  evening  when   the  maritime express  from Montreal   was crashed   into  by  the engine Reeina,   which draws tha  Flying Blue Nose   express   over   the,J  Dominion    Atlantic"    railway.     The  engines   came   together' with   a   tremendous crash and in an instant the  track was filled wilh a mass of twisted  .-uid broken iron.   The glass in  nearly  all of the cars was smashed and  the  dishes and tables in   the   dining  cap  were smashed.     The force of the com-  p ict hurled all of the passengers from  their  seats,  but fortunately none o������  them were badly hurt,  although several of the trainmen -were injured, ..:^.ai:.n-.y.v.-;-;  -'���������-!.������#.-*'?^A.*-*i^^  .vV.-,M.-S.U-.<*=.*A  :J'.,i;.^1i^'(������^;^'ji***t<*lJii>.".j;^'-rfl'_^i.'*,.li  ������(B^vM-*W.* A'i ,v. j iv.  y.i ���������  SI"  ������v*;.&  'LiLy'L'  :0:17':-  : ''M7  M-k'  r%i\'ir |om'nal.  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing liireetor.  ���������fu -.  .   I  CORRESPONDENCE  Large Purple Serpents,  in 11 i:itai.i>:  *,*u* Sir :    Kecenlly a. water  snake  : em*, l'ged from llio water tap, at which  j | w.is Tilling a glass to drink I'roni. The.  ; reptile was of tho thickness and length  '''���������'    ���������..������������������-"���������  'iol'iin ordinary lead   pencil,   with  dis-  A    Serai-Weekly Journal   published   In tlie ' *,���������..' i >,*,.!,���������,li���������..* liei'i'i'lv in  Interests ol the railwav men. mliiliiB im*ii aiul I tended jaws  ami -.vriggiin,' ncii.tn  in  business men ol the West.   Days ot l'libllcaiU'ii  Wednesday and Satuiday.  ADVERTISING  ll.VTK.'i.  Display ads., f 1.50 per Inch; single column.  }2 per inch when* Inserted i on tlih' I"')-'''  Legal Rds., 10 cents per inch (nonpiii'lul) line  for first insortion; 5 cents Ior eneli iiddltioniil  insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line each  issue. Birth, Marriage nnd Death. -Notices  iree.  'SUBSCRIPTION IUTKS.  By Tnat! or carrier. $2 per nullum; f 1 .'JS for  fix months, strictly in advance.  '��������� \ ..yoUB'JOB DEPARTMENT.  Is one of the best equipped prlntliii;nfllcc.s In  the West and prepared to execute nil kinds "1  prlnilni* fn lir.-itclass stvle nt honest prices.  One price to all. No job" loo iurgc���������none tno  ���������small���������for us. Mailorders promptly nuclide.1  to.   Give us atrial on your next onler.  "���������'"'.���������.������������������..���������.' TO COHRESKlNDl-.S'TS.  We invite correspondenci) on any subject  of interest to the general public. In nil cases  llie bona ilile name of the writer must accompany manuscript, but not necessitrlly for  }UibIicniioii.    ��������� ^.  Address all communications to the Manager.  the soda water bottle, lo'which I  transferred il. It* did mil. present an  inviting addition Lol.he drinking water  supply of the city.  NOTICE TO COI'.RESI'ONIIF.NTS.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   be   legibly  written on one side of the paper only.  '2.���������Correspondence contalnim* personal  matter must be signed with the proper iiniiiv  ofthe writer.  '������. *.. GROGAN, Editor.  Saturday,  AugusL 31. 1001.  THE ROYAL VISIT.  The  proposition,  contained   in    the  comnnitiicationfof Mr.���������..Tapping   published in this'issue of the UkuaLd dpes  not seem to us to.' in.any'way,   conflict  with the mayor's  proposal   to join in  with Vancouver's committee's suggestion and erect an arch  on the line of  the royal procession in  that city.   No  matter ,'what  goes on  here,  there is  quite certain to be snllicientaLlraclion  ; in the big affair which Lhe Vancouver  reception is  bound   to   be   to   attract  some.of our citi'/.ens to that pl ace and  whatever goes on at Vancouvji' there  wiirquitecertainly be a big proportion  ���������',: left here at home,   who .will   wish: to  ���������makesomeikihd of   demonstration -at  the station on the arrival of the royal  jhrain. ; It-would lie well  to diave :��������� any  ���������'���������':��������� suchVderribristration take certain lines  ^defined aiidS'thought but   beforehand  j:-'ari'd;it;>y.ii^  l) '-'.he .eitizensf of 1 lievelstoke���������;:: Lo'" get: Lo"  -������������������*:.gettier and devise  what   lind   best   be'  Vdone^vwhich cannot be  a  very:- great  '���������^v&iii^-lB^:^  Our temperance people, did wc have  any among us, should agitate and insist on a healthy beverage of Aqua  Punt being supplied Lo the .citizens or  aro wc lu become Kentuckion inour  habits and keep a keg of whisky constantly on hand? 1 prefer tin; latter  [ilan, were it, not. for me air expensive  commodity.  I took .the .liberty of leaving the  water antikt* at tlie residence of a professional man, lately appointed us an  oliicial of the city.  I 'understand several '���������'citizens are  making similar undesirable, captures  from the same source and I would like,  lo know who is responsible for this. Is  it the waterworks company or the city  council:-' In the present condition of  our .water.''.supply, one who drinks  much of it-will, only require an X ray  allachnient to become a walking  aquarium.  'Whether it is our city council or the  company, though 1 believe the former  is badly to blame 'for. it,;. -l7 venture  lo  suggest; a   remedy   wliich is that .;..an  employe be appointed,: whose .duty; it  shall be to carefully strain   tlirough. a  cloth the water that issupplied Lo  tho  city,   before,    it: is billowed;��������� to   run  tlirough the"pipes to  the consumers.  ���������The materia 1 lised shal I be oi' tlu: kind  known as cheese'��������� cloth' and of course it  should be cleaned occiisioiially to preserve the straining Vjuality. .,:;;;..  ,Thisrhowover, is;;niercly: a   suggestion.7 : With thanks for valuable space;  7 Vours Bespectfully,  bin, and Lhe 'reason was   Lhat Lhe O* I'll,  had established such iales as prohibited Llieir handling l>. ('. ores.     At  the lirst. of the year his llrm had   made  overtures   for   a   iimci-ssioii   iu   rates  I'roni the (.'*.    I'.    li.,   bul.   the  railway  company would not abate  from  their  S'.'iilt',  which  was ' ubout   double   that  charged by Ainericim   roatU foi  haul  ing Cueur d'Alene ore.    As a result Lhe  Americiin   smellers   had    pulled   out.  'Had it iiot lieen for this ililni-ulty   the  company  wo'ihl protiably   have   been  taking evi-ry ton of   ore    produced' in  Lhe country, although ho was not sure  that they would care to handle Lhe   I.!.  Cores now because  of the slump in  pi ices,   even   il" Lhe   reduced   rale  ol  .transportation was conceded.  On being asked whether there was  any prohahilily of the American  Smelting Trust reentering the Held in  this province, Air. Braden stated Ihnl  Lhe question was one Lo he di-terinitied  largely by the 1'ulurc; ',. Things might  taken Lm n in sui'li n manner thai  w thin I lireu months the company  might, be in u position to ut ilize all I lull'.'id ores pi'od.K'i'd, bill at I In. luomi'iil  luv'ould not. coiici-ivi- anything in that  direction.*���������Jiossland ���������AliniM'.  BUSINESS  MENTION  -H. E.  CORRESPONDENCE  ���������Special   sale   of ribbons.    .Mad ior.  Parlors.  ���������lluy your children's school hoo!,s  at Dew's Drug Store.  ���������New readers  nnd other new boo!*.**  for sale at Bews''drug store.  -���������'������������������.���������J.B. Cri.'ssm.'in, lhe Art Tailor, has  received his Ilrst shipment of fall  'goods.'  ���������You can gel Bennett's White.  Giilla-Percha: Fuse at 0. B. lluiiie &:  Co.'s. " It has no eipial.  :���������A' big line of Christy Still\:llats;  now in, L'alest and nobbiest styles���������  aL C B. llunie cfc Cu.'s. .,.',  ;���������'���������-,��������� :?'  ....���������'���������-The latest in fall suitings for" ladies  and gentlemen, are now Lo hand at .}.  .13. Oressnian's jMcKen/.ie, Aye;  '..���������Now '.ready;- Thc'*,Uuiniv: and Our  Special cigars at the Union Cigar  factory. Stock and 'Workmanship  guaranteed, ���������"��������� .-.;Ly .';���������' 'LL'Ly'.'yy'.yL     i'Ly.y'.  -.-Send in your orders for The Union:  and Our 'Special .cigars to 'the7Uiiion  Cigar factory.", Stock iind ^.workmanship guaranteed.  .:      ���������.'  ' ���������All school requests such as inks,  pencils, slates, school bags and ;scrib-  blcrs, aii. immense;;stock ;ol:;.:oach at  Canada Briig &7Bbbk;C6rS! ;���������;7 "?i v^'v  m  Notice;; to:; 7 Preemptprs;^  7,������������������ CrewK :. La^ds^-7  The attention of l're-eniptors of ,c''0������"/,^1'"^  is herein- called to an iimendiiiL'iiUo I ie ' l-nnfi  Ad." passed at the  last session.of llu*. Legis*  In'ture, wliieii'provides as follows, viz: ��������� ,,  : ;;  ��������� ������������������!)    l'i*c-i'in]>lors of Crown Lands,7 whether  arrears . in   payment  of    instalments  purchase money, or not,������������������who  at ���������the*.: time o  of         of  obtained  coiniiiKi'nui7forcei of tills Act have  Certilicaiesoflnipr<.vcmont,orwhos airhave.  ..btnliieU Certilicntes oil mi.roveiiient. tin .  twelve niontlis thereafter, shall on coi forining  with the .-rovisions of the "Land Act," ..except  nshei'eby'altered, lie enlilleibto"__*>?>t-ai*������������,0r������*%;������  miLL-ANiYTHINGDROP?  ;'This week ovei' one hundred railway  ���������riieri are.pre'seht ih"Montreal iii'.lattendance at' the liieetiugs of tlie bi-annual  session of tiieerigineei'saiid'fireineh.  Ofc:"cburse';they are principally down  i there- ori the "business of   their; own  brotherhoods. ^At the same time, it is  ������Jquite./certain that the delegates will  ������������������ .i_bfc'Xdispei*seji;Un'tii they have linally  decided .on the stand they intend to  ^ake oti the niatter of the trackmens'  strike.' :The decision which  they will  .,-������������������ arrive at is a7.vastly impoi'tanfc one and  pregnantVwitli results not merely to  the";���������;���������/striking trackmen hut to the  -whole cause,; of   railrpiul unionism   in  :"���������:. Canada.. :'*:'���������;'������������������*''���������.",,���������;..:'..         ������������������.-7-tirtdiesViNavy, VBlue;;-and'-'L,Whit  Sjlkiiliiie'.'���������';"Costumes'.'-���������';'��������� Regular7. :price  $7.50;��������� at !?3:56:v;; l&id;;&;"_ro n ng.vV7 ;>;;..  .:.]!���������'j7.N6xt. weektlioallr^choblij.childi'cn  W'ill7require new school :boqks.aiid,. tl 10.  ;Canad;i:vipi'iig; Si ;:13oolc;;;Co.";hiivc''rc*-  eeivcd;va.i large;: tpiantity .of ithc yery  latest eclitions/:;;Doii't forgot'this.sf''-;���������';';  > ���������SIates,VScriiiblei's; ami"copy-books  at Caiiitdii. Drug Si Book Cb".;;^;';?.'/;��������� .������������������.7:  -'���������������������������-.-.-All SiiiniiH'rGinbds'.'it-costtoii.ake  room for fall; goods-. :coiiii ng Sin. /. /Al  Reid '&'-.\roii'ng's.'-,.''..���������.:.-..*.' '���������LL'.yyL': ::>~;yii.yLL  ��������� HotiG8'7toi������o-GwnicsfsV;  MoreiWorkj:Same Old Wages  '^--The^follow.ing^is^LaketiJLom^theJ'.lk^  hart, Tu'd;'/.;Tri.ith, of Friday evening,  August Otii^;; It well illustrates the  policy now being pursued by Lhe various roadsof; the   connlry   lo   reduce  . wages,: not by an actual reduction in  tl?e money .'.compensation, but by so  arranging "'that the men accomplish  more work for the same wage :  f "Engine Dispatcher Smith has re-  bulletined all passenger  runs   on   the  ��������� Michigan Southern Division. The re-  centaddition of the large11 .per cent.  engines lo this division has lessened  the number of smaller per cent, engines  in use. and 'consequently lowered Lhe  tininber of men needed to run the  engines^-- The change is to be elleclive  on the 15th of Augu.-.t. One week's  notice is given for the men to sign up  for the runs they -wi=h. Twenty extra  engineers will be set buck Lo yard  engineei-s.and   the   engineers   whose  ���������' places they will take will he set back  to passenger-firemen. Thia *vill displace an; equal li'unber of passenger  firemen who will lie placed back io  freight .firing.'; And thus take the places  of tw-enty freight fit emeu who will go  to tlie yards as yard firemen. The  change is due entirely to the addition  of the new engines of larger per cent."  i The Royal Visit to-Revelstoke.-  Ec'ltpr'pf Herald :' ;    vfj.v':17.-:  ofpeitr Sir; lvindjy:allo-w ine77space;;Tui  yoni'7 valuiiblei;*paper^ to^miiKe.^-"-?"^  gestioivtaihe-'citi^^  /'Onllie arrival.of T.:K;;-;H.;:lhe7;Duke  ancl, D uchess"of Corn wall :and York,1;; a.t  Revelstoke^-as. a 'tribute/of respect;; and.  loyalty, 1 think"ifcvwoiildMje ;advisalile  to erect;a:nice7platforni^ and -"cover-, it  with ReiVWhile and^Blue.-vAlso ;a  :"welcome!- In -red vancl; .white 'roses.1  Yorkshire Kniblem;:;As. they >iro"l.ilieiy.  10 travel thi'oughour. beautiful ;motui-  tiiin scenery by daylight as  it ;is, t.heiiv  fivstvisit to.C.tnada- We   would .have  snflicienfc time wliile engi nes are being;  changed.7   to     sliowL we   are  British.  subjects,   by "giving the royal party a���������  rousing.salute and a tiger as the   train  departs;; To "my mind this should not  be overlooked.     The Rocky Mountain;  Bangers should be "asked to attention  uniform, also "the Independent; ;"band.  Would it; not   he  .advisable'��������� forithe  friendly:'societies to   lake   the...-���������'matter  up."   Yours very truly, ; B. T-VPPlXCt. ;  ���������������������������. [-The;Lead: Market "yy-77  \  L E. S3. Bradeiv who; was in "jlossland:j co-owners] o^'lSii^*';  Tuesday,   is   well   known   as ;the ore  buyer   ior   the    American , Smelting  P!*i(Ti'��������� ilf^mTOiffy^tnTg^yraP  prints ol their pre-emption cla ms-upoll eoi-  T, etiiil!-payments of purchase,"'"nfW.M "'  rate of seventy-live cents per acre; and Oro������ n.  Orant fees,.which pnynients:iiiny.?be liiade.as  follows:;.-';7.;; y.yyryy-:,-y~yy L-LLrLLLr'y :..::y-y.L\^  :-''i Twentv-n ve cents, per -acre on ...before... the  31st dav of'Becember, 1111)1; .���������:;:;���������*;: y ^~tj:���������,::,.  ~L ..Twenty-live cents per acre oii.or. before the  :10th dayoi:Vuncr]ll02;;,:;;- ;;.;;���������.������������������:;���������.;...;���������::.���������;���������; -;;; ">.;.;.7'i  "nud the remai n i hi!-*-; ";\-; -LL-;- Lw-yLL '' -,'���������:< ���������;;;���������-; ������������������.;.  ���������.'.'��������� ".Twcn tv- fi ve cen is. per acre" on or. beTorc the  31st day or;l)ec.einber,:190'J,[-.iuid7:yithout. any  further:paymeiit:of interest.;!T;.'v:il;;:.*;V75K^7s;i:i;a;  'LL]-iL:%L:L'7L:'L:7'L7 ���������;:w-;;7'Av^'s;vb6Ri!,-;;';S7ii';;?'-7-:  v;C;r-' y:VL/:,rL:. Beputvofl ������������������:-: nds ahd Works. .;-.;7  finds arid Works, Dcjiart ^ent,-:pL:-l':y'LL.:-:f:riiyx  ���������*.-- Victoria; B; C:,lst J une.-,, 1901. ;;������:s7i3fg;  Revelstoke^rto give ;sub-  >stahtial7; reasons;,fprf sup-  :;porting;G;iiineselaiinclries  ;';In;;;.excl"iarige liweyoflei-jto.  ���������7 "g\ ve ;i'o:go64;reas6i"iS;why;  '���������^Ghirieserlatiiiclries; slioiild  .;;hot;be;^tronized.:ys^y;;'7;;vv7  ^Jri~00P. rp pri etq'rs;;"A.';;;.;7-K:v  Lfr  .:.**  ���������:������������������*  sr-Q^ii^esc'ii  .***^rW*$'T'***-^*,W  To TliciiAiip McniAiijiin..,   V,;;7 ^;^;;v7 '-/;*��������� ;���������;;  . CiulerMiiienil, Act7 isb7,;'and - n mend merits  thereto;'noiice;is hereby Riven that we.' I.oulse.  boon tine . Grnliain nnd 'Jus Lund, have performed all the assessment work on the "Golden  Eni;le"imiiieml eliiim, si united "on the divide  beuvecn l-renchrtii<l AleCVltloek Creeks, at the  hend of Ground ifo-r Basin in the liis Bend  District of West Kootenav, located 1(!th September. lS'-JC. nnd recorded 21 September, IS'JS  and thatitichnrd ;5Ieniarmid the recorded  owner of one-qminer interest in. snid minernl  claiai has nen letted ��������� io .to his share of t tie  ���������workor to pay for'same for the years 1S9.S, 1S09.7  liXK) and 1001. i'Xntlce i/s ber.iby given to the  said. Pichard. M.-tiiarnii(l" lhat nnle-is said^  charges are7 patd within ninety .lays of the-  Hrsi publication of thi.*-: notice *,veshallpr6cee<l  lo record said delinquent interest ixn provided  bv section 11 of the "Mineral Act Amendment  ACt. lOUO.'V . .. .-,,.-,.;7    ���������  Dated at  Uevei������toke. B.C, Gtii Angust, ISO!.  Trust.  Alr.Braden was .i frequent visitor to  aoyernmeiitDistributionoijStumpin  '-:. ^y-LLLry 7.;;-;Po w3ir77- J".1:^'7^;;;^7:^;''^  FARMERS ������������������der.iroiis or '.lioln'fi supplied .with.  Blnstini- Powder nl .eostr-.price,7'tor���������eloiii'ing  land ciin obtain blank forms;of re()uIsition  from the Secretaries^! the;l*'ariiiers.;.]nstitiites  as;follows;:-/7 ��������� ;.-,..���������;,-;.; v .��������� ;;7-.'.'���������-"���������-L:yyL."  :-Ileriry "Hills,: Secy,; c'Alberni::;rarmers'.  Instituie, Alberni.- -'. .-LyL-L'-'i-... i'i-'1--  ������������������-I'. Ai "Halliday,'; Sec'y, ,.Comox,;;rarmer^  Institute; Sandiyieh.;.;v,. .-,,;. iyL '���������:'.,.'I:���������:.'v'L-yyyy  ���������������������������'John Stewart; Sec'y; Nanaimo-Cediir Farmers.'Institute1; Siurk's.Crrissii.g, Sanaimp.-;;;7,;.  '��������� II.deM.Mellin. Sec'y,;Cowicliaii Farmers'  Insltute, Someno-..- ,,;> .'- ���������:-. .-'���������'������������������ .-���������:. :��������� 'P ..'���������'������������������' ���������,-  :"j II: Smart,: ���������.Sec,?y,:->letchosin:7; Farmers'  Insiitnte; MeicbosinV.7:7.;,'.:^7 '.'���������! .,-"'-:���������:._' -r'-L-.':'.''..  =C* >:.'Kins-'Seiery.Victoria Farmers' Institute,  li.AVnltc'r, Sec'y,��������� Islands'^^Farmers-.: Institute;  ~- b"^v.SBroi\'nVSec'y';;peltn^Farriier.<'Institute,  '^Yt.vBo'se,';Sec'y,7:[ Surrey:.;iFn.rmers'.. Institute,  a'l"lL^rMathe*.v,; ���������See'.y.;;; LansieyjFnrmer^  ::''.mAA&A  mmm  -Wh6lesale::7and Retail':Dealers'y  ,.. yy::-: my7y:y. ^ 5. y  ���������^^-'-C^*7*^^^**^'^^*!^^**^-***^**-*^  Richmond .Farmers'  JST������Xj?7LCZEi,  The New B. E.  L.  Chairman.  Word Syas   received   here  Monday  o '-���������     -��������� .���������'-��������� ���������-.'  '        '       *  that the union meeting of the Canadian Division of the B. L, E, held in  Belleville, :Ont. on "Wednesday and  Thursday of last week elected Bro.  Kennedy; travelling locomotive foreman of the C. P. R. Winnipeg, as their  general chairman ��������� to succeed Chas.  Pope. Ed.'Austen, the well known  *C. P. B. engineer on this division was  ���������appointed temporary chairman till the  mrival of Mr. Kennedy.  the, Kootenays, but latterly his concern  lias not bought Canadian ores, hence  it has not been������������������ necessary, for-their  representative Lo cover Lhe territory.;*;:  .Mr. Braden is naturally thoroughly  posted on the lead queslion, and; his  opinions on lhe subject are of 'more,  than.ordinary ..interest;..;.:  "The only factors tforesee in the  directiori'of increasing tlie consiuiip-:  tion of lead and correspondingly  stitnnlating the industry." said Mr.  Braden yesterday.;'to' a representative  of the Miner, "are a cessation of Llie  .Soulh African war and Lhe reopening  of the Oriental market. The African  wai* distracts the ���������attention,, of people  in Great Britain and retards the progress of domestic arts.imi enterprises,  t should say it was safe to predict lhat*  lead in its various manufactured forms  will be far more-; largely used when the  trouble is finally wound1-- op. The  opening of Lhe Chinese market, too,  will have a good elfcct. Jt will give  the Au.sLrailians a market in China  a market for the lead products they  are now dnmping on thc English niar-  k'el, much Lo Lhe depression of prices.  Giber lead producing countries'will'  also have an outlet, to markets that  nre now closed to them."  Asked as to Lhe conditions in the  districts where t.he American .Smelting Trust operates. Mr. Braden stated  that, it had been found necessary -to.  restrict the production of lead ores in  the Coeur d'Alenes and that in accord-  dance with this the tonnage of concentrates liad been rcdticed from 18,000  to 10,000 per month. His people were  not at the present time taking a  a pound  of   ore out of BritishColum-  Xotice that rne mbntb after.date I intend to  appl--- to ihe Chief l-6im:ii.-.sio:ie.r.i,f Lands and  Works for permi***iOTi:t.->piirchaM*: :?2a, acres 'of  land situa'.e on the NortheR.it'Arnj of Arrow-  Lake, in ihe di.-trictofWest Kootenay. li. C,  anddest-.ribed.'a.** follow.**::. Commencing ata  post planted on; lhe norlh shore of the Xo.-ih-  j east Arm .of Upper A rro'.v Lake, 'Jt ehnins south-  ' west of the mouth of Bit; Creek and - marked  ���������-Fred I'.obinsoii's-. Keinshwcst'.tornef; .thence  north HI chain.*-'; vheiv'1' easi **fl chains;: thenee  south -20 cnains;, theiica v.*est following the  north shore of sniil Arrow Lake" SO cliaiiis.to  the polntf.f coir.menc*.uient.:  Dated ll'th Jtilv,l'.-i'l.   : : ���������', ������������������������������������: ���������.-.  uly 20-1 mo..'       Ireo. It . O  .���������������������������.. '��������� '���������������������������������������������   ' ��������� i ���������:��������� i-'.riKD.VROHiN'S 'n;.;: '���������  jy-2li*Iir.: '  :     : ;-7-7,(:. K. Skene,'Agent  Institute, Langley.  - Alex. Philip,   Sec'y,  Institute, Vancouver. :-,-,-   -, :.     ., - -  A. M.Vercherc, Sec'y; -Mission -1* armors'  In-tituteJ Slissibn City..; 7- :���������;-;���������':���������������������������': ,7 ','.''- '*'���������',���������  ���������  G.^V.illuidsey,. Sec'y ,Chilli\vack.;l.armors'  Institute;Chilliwack.:  ,.-.     7^!  : 7;     -    .yL'.-:.-  ^������Ct������^.J.Vrceii^Seclv..:-Kcnt_raTnLersUniHtute,:  No tiie.  A?1M'Webster; ;Sec'y'Maple 'Ridge; Farmers'  Institute, Websters Corners...*   ��������� ���������-��������� _;;  'John  Ball, .Sec'y,'.Matsqiii;Farmers^ .-Insti-  tnie Abbotsford.'   ;. ���������; - -: .:''L-:.L":LL'."- '������������������������������������- ���������'"������������������������������������:.  A II.  Criehtoii,.7See'y',,;.;Osoyoos:'Farmers'  Iii*.uutc*vl������elo\vna.      ! .,  vt.    ��������� ,     ���������   ���������    .  W.p. llbrsley.isee'y.Spallumcbeon mriners'.  Insttute. Armstrong.      ���������   'p..   ,   '    : ^. ' -\  S.M.MkJuire, See'y,SiVmou.iArm; Farmers'  Ins titute, Salmon Arm.:,. .:       _ : .      ��������������������������� ..,-���������-���������     .  ".^SraithvSec'y.Kamloopa Farmers',:Inslir,  "Y!e'lVrcnyU������ml'������;es','" Sec'y, OkanagaiiFnrmers':  InS������U"^'yCr^n"j.KvAKr)ERsbx,.a7  .Peputy Minister of Agriculture,  nepurtmen t Of AKriciilturev--;:. ������������������^-.;,*:;-...:; :y .yyy  ...������������������::   ������������������:������������������  Victoria, B.:C.,^.I������y,8,1301. .......  CERTIFiCATEOFliyiPROVENlEKTS  NOTICE is l.ercby glv^n lhat 0" days nfter j  date 1 intend to apply to' the Chl-f Corom'.s- f  sinner of Lands and Works for permission to;  purchase the following described land; com-!  meneinif at Southwest corner of l*.\ ;^r,,'  situaK'.d on Fish Itiver. Lardeau. West Ktitixtr-  nay, thenee half a mile east, thence one-.di'hih'i..-'..' 7.:'������������������������������������ ".���������..-���������".'������������������   '������������������:.*.'*:..-,,  of a mile south, thence half.������ mile west, thence Treadwell Minim* claim, situate in the  one-eiKhth of a mile north to .��������� piacii of coin* ; arilcau MItiiii" ������������������Division of West Kootenay  mencement. and enntaininff!..*acres. iiu-ri.*t . "7  .*��������� ������5>-l.ocatc'rlaist' June. l'.M. .   ui������*.n..i.,   .,     ..  JyO-'Jin*-w      ������  'v.-.      CORV .MKN'llKNtCK. Where, located  ������������������::-: .���������.������������������.:  I near I'ool Creek- bridge.. ..  ���������_ ������������������' ",.    ,������������������:~ _ ;;���������_____ ^!    Take Kotlce;!batI,:F.:C.^Jreeii, of-Kelson.  HCtini' as li-rcnt for the  *'-Iniperlnl  iJevelop-  ���������,:,"'-��������� -iv-hoWe.- "I-lmSted.", .Free v -Miner's  , c-tiffoftH* .s-o. I',32,(H1,inlend, sixty ilays.froin  NOTICp: is hereby iriven that at  the espira* I t|,���������  dat-' hereof,  to    apply  to   lhc   .Uiiil'is  lion of thirtv davs ( shallapply to the  Honor* \ i������<><y',rdi������*-'Mr a -Oer'tifieato -.of -Improvements  S;pvG6ri'fectibner;a^  :^f y. 77 s^Fresh^Eggs |. ':U777 77b7y-7;  '^A-7A^^^AfAAArAA-:A7  ^777':'r777[-,Vegetables ^:;o'->:-'.r':.i:;.i-Z-vp'7-'::7;-;  ^;:7 ::';::v,;it_^fil*yiiys :oii-.haiitl.' ;;;.:::7;:        ������������������'���������;*;  %A: ll7l7 lc&Ct^^m:7;ry(;y  |-7;:;Hpme|7Made;;-Cand  S' ;::;'-7.'    7:7'7:a specialty.;.;::;r:)^:;;7;77-.:;:;:.;-'--7;^^.  tfd<^ijlijM^iis^  ^JsJii;.ttcr-thafi_rlchcfc;k.i;..__;il;_ii.Jl_;J.  ���������'..We have the name of: riiaking:.  the.only.Stylish Suits in Tov.-n .  'i��������� for   durability -and; quality  they also exeel.-' ::->: 7;:'.-7'  Lt*���������:yr   i^-nxr cxkit;  mm^^'oW'  ::';;p;Ncxt the��������� McCarty* Bloclc.;*;,;  m  i^PM^^  7-K."^'  ym  ��������� r"'^.'  ' ������ff,-5.:  :;};FISH;#N.&;;mMEMIN:i:SEAS0N.^ti|  Ml  -SSi  E-ieiwiiiiisippweieiwiMli  sv;:W:KOI|ESAl:E:;  NOTICiE  ���������i '  WXOTICK:  On Lexington Mountain,  able the Chief Commissioner of .Lands and Ifor'the purpose of obtaining a Crown.- Oram of  Works for permission to purchase li������) acres of; 'jj^ above claim, ���������':'     - ������������������''.."������������������'   '."'���������' '.*.*' ���������.:"���������"������������������  land in the District of -.West Kootenav de-! ~ :- , ���������'��������� -.--. -: - , .-,- -., - ;��������� .���������.���������,,_,_.: ������������������,!������-  scribed lusifoilows: Commencini.' at a'post,! A:<d further take notice tbat_ action, iinoe.  planted about two chains In a: north'���������westerly! Section- 'Si, must' be commenced be ore uo.  direction from the   point   where   Fish.  Creek   issuance of such Certificate* of Impro-emcni-f.  Dated this twentieth day of iu.nc.1',101. -:;,  F. a. ortKf*..',  v. l.s.:  trail crosses Menilinnick Creek and 'marked.  ���������'J, II. McKenzie'). northwest corner." thence  south 11) chains, thence cast ���������tOflmin.*'. thenco  north II) chains, tlicnce west-Id chains to the  pointof commencement.  Dated this 6Ui Jniy.lOUl. ���������-"���������  ��������� ���������.���������"��������� J. R.McKEXZIE.  JuIv31.I m.   .  WHEEL FOR SALE  On sale one new. ?r,5 Columbia chain bicvole.  Will take r>dollnrsforit.  Apply Hekai.p Office.  FCR SALE.  Choice residential property on Mackenzie  Avenue. Three Lots next to Dr. McLean's  residence.   Apply to J. M. Scott.  For Sale Or* Rent.  A seven roomed honse for sale or rent, Apply  to J. KcrnBghftiiiii July 17 tr  FOR SALE.  About 30 head of cattle, 1*> :.P'B������r  horses, harness, ivagon, shjigii, buggy,  two mowei-s. rake, plow and harness,  cream separator, churn, butter  worker, tools, etc.     : ���������.*> -.'-,  To be sold all togetlier, 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' i Enderby B. 0.  o35^?,ii5?'?153*f^???J53  *&^'^J^.������_^i4Si  Wi7 :   ��������� V:-7���������;���������;��������� "Ly, 7"'ll- ",-'-��������� ^j  8S.V". ..,.;.,,:...,v::   ," -ggg  pa'        The Latest and Most *������  ���������iSfi StvlisK Hats. ������������  m  Millinery  ^IltlTEB  ;;;;pi;:|::;S(;arti.ri^;june;;iotH;:E::^  wiU --liiakc-tlie; run*; from ;iC6ast:*to^  y::yLL-'yX777:Cbast'iiTi7;7r:y7^  REVEESTOKEXBvC;  The Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  .Trimmed and Untrimmed  r0,  Madison   Millinery -Parlors.  W: "���������"'"��������� ���������"������������������������������������"���������''������������������" "  M  II j Misses Shepard ;&. Bell ������  tvw ������������������",':���������!'     {McKenzieAvenue'    'oa'-S-.'^'K'-?  ������55   ������������������   '���������-���������      ,-:,���������,: ..'���������.'������������������"-���������   .���������.':���������������&  Jas^ I. Woodrow  Ketail Dealer in���������  ; Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  -���������.,!��������� All orders promptly filled.  ������������r KYnSs??e������3. EEYBMOKB, B,������.  TOE CITY EXPRESS  V E. W. B. Paget, Prpp<  I'romi.t delivery of. pa reels,* hacgagei' etc.;:  to any pn'rt'of the city.;.  Aiiy Kind of Transfisrt'Ing  7i'';V;7V:^;:ilndei'taken.1'>,::  ���������-ii;  All  orders left7 at R/M. Sinythb'u Tohacco  Store, or by Telephone No. 7 will reeeiyc prompt  ;;;.777;7,7;77,!^e^:Raies;7x;.:.,7.;Z'77  ^'=.:���������-:7;:;;Now;'in;;Effect;t6':'the;.;���������';'.K.::^:���������  ^PAN- AM E RicAN:>::::;  EXPOSITION.  T. -AV. Bradshaw,  j !'.V7jlp;ent "���������-���������������������������  ,"': Itevelstoke.  J, E. Coyle.      ^  Assist. Gen.  PasseiiRor Agent  Vancouver.:  Ably furnished with  the .  Choicest     the  - Market  . affords. :   ,  BEST WiKES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ,*���������;,,..   Large, Light bedrooms, ll    .-.;  '.;.;;...; Rates $i.a-<iay. :'7 '���������'���������"''..���������.''  .;. Monthly.Rate.  j: Albert Stone   -Prop  BAKER, ..CONFECTIONER,  "L and; catererjEtc."  77  ci10ice groceries.  Graham; bread  AVedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  1! attended to':.-   -    -  P. O. Box  JIox Revelstoke^ B.C.  \  _^_������_m_a_������K_ttatf>L  ���������   ~^~,Jr,,J*-,~'^^-*-rr^^=*S**LL������^j-S������-aSi-  nisi A  1  ta  >w.i**.-  %  I  mk  5*  I  ������  ft  kg*  1  ������.1*l3  ii**).,     -,'  ���������"sxssszsasss'i':  *. i  1  ::;__SEE_3ZEI_2_2SZ3a^^  MEN'S JOURNAL.  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  out to airy shrewd businessman the advantages  which it thus offers as an advertising" medium  throughout the entire Held which it cov  ���������*>*VD,**!  .B  a  fi n  G3ffl\S5*M IS'  .  M&J&ssvi '(___>'  Ul  $1.23 FOR SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE  Annum  It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does-more business with those  -2z.   _    . -l r-J   < I    ���������   ____**_ _  yS<_2    _    _ __ 11  ~. j���������  ern British Golumbia. The -class of work turned  out has been -pronounced equal to-any tiling of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries. -  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work entrusted ��������� to. THU HSR*ALB as  has died by exper ienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  disposal.   THE HERALD does not claini to b'e the'  only printing, house in the district, but it does  15!Mnrifo~lye^^^5,~~^^~^^   " ������������������-=  ���������=   ���������  m ������algal 6$  Espa  ���������position  to  as  And in -a _  money expended,   ���������  its publication or for Job Printing  Rood value for the  either for' advertising-space in  ������a ns.  JL5JJ3   \J \A.i\JXi.\jCi)tiX\Ji.i.  \Ji.    ii.^Sfr    ������vw ���������   fr fr*- w*������."Sl')   ~vjO   \~t*4>t~i-   (w������i^  gj��������� w \.JfrJ.  by any other house of the kind in British Cox-*  umbia, Write for Samples of 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.  y  I  Printed and Published by  1  '<������  n  LISVUTED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  E������_SKSSB325SE3Si2SS2SJ33������  's^.r.^ra-tc^tM.'traa^ttii-K.aaeat/.gs M&liiiaa: SSS  Au  LliGAL  JM. KCOTJ'   Ii. A., I.'.."-  Ilii-iister,      fiillcllur,    S'.it'iry    IMilille,   lHc.  MuKuiuli* Am nnv, JlLVtliliiki St.ilinu.  Money lo limn.  TJ.MtVLV, M'C.W.Tl.'t A. l'INICtl.'.M  llllll'lslcis    Slilielllil-.   I'.H'.  f-olii'ltui- mr Imi-iTliil Haul*, "i I'niiiulii.  ClllllllllllV   fllllll*,  H'lOI'Il   lltS liLTlUlll.  1 III.I   hllll.l'.I,   ItCM'I'-lukl* MllHIOll, 11. i  Certificate  of Improve meats  M������DICAL.  T    W. OKOSS,    Ollice:    jinoknn/lu Avciiiie. Ki**.olslokc, ILL"  (-UltOi.ON 'IO THU <"'��������� Lt"  llciiltliOMi-ur, Citv of Ueviil.-.tol.u.  CHURCME.S  Mr.Tiiunii-1' I.IIIIHI :vi:i.vioki..  I'lO-ii'liinir i-orvlw'- nt 11 ������������������������ ������������������������ ������V<1 ' ���������*���������*> T",m  Clu-s miMiilm- ut thi* olnsu; in llio nm" "if  -crvu'ii. Siililmllihiilioo.iuiillllblul:Ins, at o..W  Weekly 1-iii.i.t JK'Liing every \\i'ilii*.'-*il'i>  cvvniiin' nl 1f.Ji. Tins piiljliu nre cui.tin.il>  ln\ licit.   Seat*, tree. .  nov. C. I.abm:ii, rn������tor.  iT.  l'l.inll!> Clllllttll,  ANCI.ttAS.  KiKlita.m., Ilolvl-lnelinrisi: llii.m., matins,  .iliiiij-niiil senium (llnlv t;������i lnii'isl lirst f-iiii'  itllllS" "ll'l SLTllll.ll (--    .  dnv in iho uKiiilli); 'iittt  Sunday  ulillitron'., scrvii'ii; 7:ltn UvonsiniK (���������       .  siiriniiii.   llolv Diivs-'i'lio Holy   hiiuli.irl.-i, i  I'Vloliriiu-il nt 7 n.iu. or h n.ni.,������������������������; ,',},".0.".!V,'(*!'  ...hool, or  (ulinrnl) nml  I'd.  i;iviimiii ii ni   i    h.iiii   "��������� . V.     i 1        ������������������������_������������������  Holy J'.nptihiu nllui SiinilnySrliool iit.i.l.i.  ' i; a. I'liocu.N'ii:!!, Jtuctor.  |.|-.KSinTi:i:iA-"*' ciiuni'ii.  Servli'O uvurv Suii'lny nl H ���������������"������������������ l'11'1  lo w liluli nil n'rc welciniic.  Sp. in. every Wiidiii'silny.  IW p.m.  rrnviT lllOOtllllt III  in'.v.'w. c. UAl.iHtii, l'nstor.  HUMAN  CA1II0LIC ClIt'KCII.  Muss   nt ]0::in ������* i������ ���������  <"'  "ial>  "O"01"1  fourth Sunilii)i> In Uiu umiilli  null  Ill.V.   I'AIIIKII   TKAVFIt.  MI.VA1IOS   AllMY.  McotliiR evurv nlijlit In tliuli* Hnll on  Kronl  tjtrvut.  Gold Ranse Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Mot'ls uvurv "Wortiipsrlsiy in  OiUH'ullow.s' Hull .'iLSn'fltiL'k  Vinitini? Knights invitutl.  L. il. L.ucic. O.  C.    ::::::  :   : ��������� J<\ B. Lewis. K. of R. Si H.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Milccular meotln^s are lipid  in tlu  Oddiellov.'.sllnllon  llio Tlnid   I*n*  .. .._.    dnv of uacli month, ut S 11.111 sharp.  g-r-iyj    Viiitint; bietlirun wiiliiilly Invited  S2Stti**  THOS. sti:i*:d, W.M.  W. Cl. UlltXKV. lU'C.-Sec.  A. H.'HOLDICH  AKALVTICAL CHEIJIIST  AND ASSAYER.  fto\al Suliool of Mines, London. 'Seven yenit  at "Morfn   Works,  Su'iinten.     17* years  l.liief  Chemist   to \\ Ip'.n Coal nnd   Iron  (Jo.,  En-;.  Late (.hemi-it unci Assizor, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims oMimiiied and leponeil upon.  . Ferguson. B.C.  KDVi'ARD A. HAGGKN,  Mixing JSn-cinuek,  Hcmlicr American Institute Mining KnginCJrs  Member Canadian Miniiiy Instilute.  KEVELSTOKE.' B. C.  Examination ot nnd report' on Mineral properties a specialty.  db  Red Kose Decree meet*! second and fourtli  Tuoida*.., ofcacli month; While I'.oso i'o*.*r.'C  incuts third Tnesdav of each quarter, 111 Oddfellows Hull.   Visiting brethren weli-onio  WM. WATSO.V. Tiy. EDWAKBP,  Frcbidcnt. Secretary.  NOTICIO  "1)01.1," "I'lll'llll.l" inul "f'lu.i"  niini'i il .-l.iiins faiui.'tli* in tii'*' _Liinl'*ii '  AI iu in -^ Division  of   Wi'st   Kiiotfii.iy  DlSll'K 1.  Wli-i'L* locnli-il: Alontc Pool Crot-l.  itliiuil  ', mill* iilinii* Initial'.  niiH noti(;io tii.it. i, f.* c. Oipi'ii.  nl' .WImhi, acl.in^ :is iificnt, I'm' I>. I'",  (irtivi*. i'lvu Mind's (Vi tilkviU* N". 1 >*  ."il)072, iiili'tiil. MM)' il.iyh fioni tin* cl.ili*  lii'ii'iil' to upply to (In-.Mining Kutoul-  vr I'oi* cei t.iiu aU'** 1.1 ini|)i ovcuieiils. foi  lhu inn-post! of -oliLiitiinj; (Jiown  Hi'iiiiLs ul tliu uliovi* tl.-iims.  Anil fni'liiur l.tkt* notici' lli-ib itutinn.  .mili.p --.I'l-Lion '31. n'.ii.-l liu I'oiiiiiij'iKi'il  lii'l'iiii* tin* issuance ofsutli efrtilif.iu*-  ol" impi nvi'iiii-nts.  D.iU'il Lliib Ut tlnv of .Tunc "IDOL  !''. C. UltKUy.  '0 h'i& VrtiFiiizh  vmm  w  Certificate of Improvements  NOTlCIi.  ���������Clioll.t" "Tiu-con" and L. V. (Fi-.ic-  tion.'il iMinui'iil Claims situate, in Lhu  IiiiuliMii -Minini; Division oE Vv'esl  ICoolunny District,  Wlu'ii" loc.-ilt'il: On Lexington  .Mountain South Wesi of Kvn mini*.  Taku notici** that I. F. C. Given, of  Nelson, iicling as tlieni for Aniliow F.  Uo.s*.'ul)ci'KL*r, F. M. C. 11. T>Q'2Si and  1.I10 Imperial Development Syndicate,  Limited. Fieo Ali hit's Certificate Xo.  li, 22UI(i. iiilenil, sixly days liom the  date liereoi. 1,0 apply 10 the Mining  Ueronler for certilicate**, or itupiove-  uieiits. lor llie pnipi.se of olilaining  (Jrown 1;rn 1 ilss nf the ahove cl-iims.  Anil furl Iier take notieu that action.  uiidiT section '31, musi lie ciiminenced  lief'010 the issuance of such certificates  ofimpiiiveuients.  D.ilet! this (iral dav of June IDOL  "     F. C. GltEEX.  Certificate of Improvements  KOTIGK  "Jokei" -Mineral Claim, situate in  the Ii.uilcui Winint; Division of West  JCooletiiiy Dislricl.  Where" located: On Lexington  Mounlain adjoii-.ing Fv;t groii]j on  Wc.-.t.  Take notice Hint. 1, F. G. Green, of  j>el.-nu, acting as atjent for tlie Imperial Development Syndicate Limited.  Free JJinei's Certilicite Xo. H, '3SHG,  inlend, sixty days from tho il.ite hereof, lo apuly to lhe. Mining Hecoul**!'  for a eei tilii.ite of inipiovemeiit*-. foi-  the purpose of olu,lining a Crown  ���������ri.inl of the above claim.  And fm 1 her tak'* nolice that action,  under sell i"n*".7. must ">ir commetiiell  hefoie I he issu.uiLe of such certificate  uf iu.p.roienii'iits.  J).iti*il lhis fiist day of June. LOOl.  F. C. Gi*tr.i:.\-.  Certificate of Improvements  .NOTICK.  W- ���������  H.  EDWARDS  TAX1DERJ1ISX.  DESK IIEA_3S,.BIKDS, Utc. MOUNTED,  Knr.s Cleaned and Po.-aired.    .      ...���������������������������,  JUST JiAfeT OV PKKSBVTBK1.VX (JI1LRCIU  Third Street.  ".Imperial" antl "Balfour1', mineral  claims*, situate in the Lardeau'iiiiniiig  division ol! West K'oolen.iy district.  Where localed: ' On Lexington  mountain, south of lhe Jiva mine.  Take notice that. I, F. C. Gieen of  Nelson, net ins as a;j-eni for J". ,T. Folev.  F. JL 0*. ii. :*i-030. Corv IMenhen-jk, F.  M. (J., li. 132.021 and John XSi-emiand.  Free iMiners Cctliflcale No. J3. 32037.  intend 00 days fiom the date hereof, lo  apply lo lhe Mining Hecowlet for  Ceilific.ile of Iiiiprovemeiits. for the  purpose of olitaining Grown Grants oT  thr* ahoi e claims.  And luither lake notice lhat action*,  under sei linn 37, must he commenced  hnf'cue the is.su.mce^of such ct-ititicmc  of impi nvemenls.  Daled this Slh dav of J une,  1109.  " - 1*". O. GltEEN. -  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  Inspection      of      Metalliferous  Mines  --  -I SSPKCTOKS''������JST RTCTS.'   TIIK Inspectors of Metalliferous, mines arc  hereby assigned the followiin. us lheir respective Jnspeciniii Districts with headman tor*, as  noted, t in h .iisslKiniient to lake place from  .lnni!l!itli,lM)l, until ftirlliur notice.  AKUlllll.M.I) UIOK. Inspci'tor.  " Ilcadipuiriuri,    Uriinhrook.    otlice   ol  Deputy Mining Uecorder.  Inspoutlon  District whall    comprise   nil   ol  East Kootenav and   also  Ooat   Kiver inlnini;  Division of West Kootenay.  In  addition   to  Uio  dulies  of   Inspector of  .Meiallifeirtiis mines, Mr. Hick will also acta*.  Inspci-ior    of   Coal  Mines  within the .sonic  llistrict.  J AM l.b McGIlEflOP.. Inspector. .  llcadquaricrs,     Ollicu   - ol -     Mlniii*.  l'.ci'ordcr, NeNon. . ,  Iiisppi-ilun   District  shall   coinprl.sc  all   of  West   i;,.iilciuo     except  Ooat   lini-a Jonln*.-  Division mid also lh������i,rand rnrk-i and Keltic  lliiei* Jllnlii.: 1)1 visions of Yale District.  TI10MAH MDI'.'IAN, Inspector.  ii->.idi|iiartc;sOoverninciitIliiilii!usa>  Naiialino.  Inspect mn Disiiict. Vancouver, Island and  Coasl IH-lrli-t. ' _    ,  ...  V.r. Mnrunii WM'O Inspector ot Coal ilmcs  for Iiiii. Ulstrlul. ,  _  Nonce Is hercliy ulvcii of such iiisin*"tlnii  District' anil tln'l tn iii'i'iinliun'C ttllli Hi"  'InsperiIon 01 Mutiillffurous \liiics Act, l*jHi,*������  und Aini'inlliiK Act", notice of nccldcnis lo  emptoves happening within anv of iiiii'li Districts iiur-t he promptly reported I.111I1 10 the  Inspector of .such District and alio to thc  .Minister of Mines, Victoria.  In mines not included in the ahove Dl'trlcts  niaiiacer*. will rcpon. iii.tiipllciiic. lo the  Minister of Mines direct, who, If lu: con t.lcrs  it necessary, will nsslRii an luspccior 10  hiici'liill*. report.  lllanlt forms upon wliich to make reports of  such   accidents   mav   he  obtained   from   the  Inspecior of   lhc   llistrict. from   lhe   -Mining  Uecorder, or upon application to this ot'.ice.  UIi;iIAHl)Mclii!IDI-.  Minister of Mines.  Deoartment of Mines,  mn June, l'JUI.  "Blue Jay" Minernl Claim, situate'in  tin** Liiiile.tu mining division of West  Ivdolcn.iy district.  Where  locatcil: On  Lexington  Mounl.itn  one-third of a mile south of  the Ev-.x mine.  Take notice that I. F. C. Green of  Nelson, actinias agent for Dan Mcintosh. Free Minor's- Certificate No. B.  32010, inlend CiO days from the date  hereof, lo apply to the Mining  Kecouler for a Certificate of Impiove-  menls, for the purpose of olitnining a  Grown c,i-int i.i t he ahove i.-laim.  .And tin iher take notice lliat action,  under section 37, must, lie coninit'iiced  -befo!'!i^tlH'-^issu.iin;e_of-suc!i certifiv.-tte  ol" impi ovemenls.  Dnl-.il this 1st day of June. 1W1.  F. G. GltEUX.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTIOE.  "Thelui.V (fr.trtional) .'.nJ "Caimn'"  (Traction-il) mineral cl-iiin-, silualt* in  the Lardeau mining division of Wusi  Kootenay dinliict.  Where UiLiited: ^On Pool civt k  iiiljoiiiini; the Tlielnui and Dora mjn-  ei'il claims.  Take notice th-it I. F. G- Green r-f  Nelson, iii-lini; as airenl for t he Imp.*r-  i.-vl Di'vi'loptnent. H-. tidic.il e. L:uiiied.  |f|'eu MiiK'i-V Cert iiicete No. 11. TCOIC.  intend IV) davs from t he date i**-.| r-i.f. to  npplv tn the Minim; I*i-i otder fm*  ceilific.tte of inipiinemei'ls. fm- tin.  pm posi- of o'lt-iiuiu-j* Ciown irr.mtr.oi  the ahove f:laiui*=.  And further lake notice that action,  under suction 37. musi lie comm.'rued  he'iue the issii.mce of sucti ceitilic.Ues  of iinprovemenls.  Daled this fiistti.iy of June. JiVIL  F. C. Gkecv.  The iiiimense ii,.;. .;t aice to C.tnntla  of its mining imlu-' 1 ���������>-. i*. a fact that is  hut litlle iintleisloml ,iilv] appi*eciateil  outside of the uiimn^ disti iets. Jn  Victoria lor inst.1111 e llio enormous up  lift in the -.ve*t which the development  of Kooienay moms is only dimly apprehended, while.it OtUw.i it is lost  s'lLthtof altoi;ethei. Yi-t there is no  (liieMion that it hu*. heen the lever  which has ln-ouglii this province and  Ih*^ iieii;hhoi-iii^ teintory of Alberta  lo the front with an impetus, which  iK.thin5.0l-e could have given. 1 b {is  miners and mining, who havo within  lo-s than a decade tonvpi ted Kootenay  and Soulh Yale fiom an unknown ancl  uninhabited wilderne-s into one of the  mo������t important hu-inets territories of  Lite Dominion. Theie ait-cities, towns,  miniupr camps, railway.s and steamboat  lines whpre before then- was absolutely nothing. The Cariboo stampede  found Victoria a trading post, it left  it un important town, and Koolenny  and the Klondyke together have given  an impelus to the it-cent growth of  bolh Victoria aiul Vancouver, which  01 diiinry condition*, would have been  entirely inadequate to achieve.  AlhtTln iigiiin hits dei iveil a very  iai'f;e shale of its piesonL prosperity  fiiuu tiie development of tiie Kooienay  country. In '93. "01, '<3T, and 'Slij the  farmer*, of the Saskatchewan valley  .vote at a loss to know what to do with  llieir produce, The crops were there  it is true but tliere was no market. In  lidmotiton thousands of bushels of  oats were stored np by the merchants  after lhe harvest of "Oo and there appeared to he ab.-ohitely no prospect of  getting rid of then:. On the "southern  ratlin's cattle were sold a= low as $25 a  head and horses could not be even  ni ven away. This summer tliere have  been no^oats to be got in Alberta at all"*  and catt'Ie aie beiiifj'sold for between  $!0 .ind $30 a h?ad and every hoof  bought that comes on the market.  The simple explau it,on is that a mar- .  ket has sprutii.-: up within-the Inst six  yo us in the minim; districts of Kootenav and the Bound.irv country.  Theie is in fact 1.0   known   ir.tlustry  wluih   operates   m>   l.ipidly  and over  siu-li ,v:de spread aieas as a population  .ln-iiij_.iT  and   coiumeice  crealor.     No  other iiK'.-ucv can compare with it as a  : r.tiiioatl builder.   .No  oilier   industry  can tomp.iie wilh it as *i sLimiilant to  iictiv-ily in ni*rii*ulliiie.iiid  lhe   inanu-  fiieture.*.    As a rule  it i-   pursued   in  distiiet*-, the nature of uhich absolutely pieciiide the possibility of anv olher  lI.iss of   production   iieinc   allemptevl  except     on    the   most  limited  scale.  Kootenay and the   Klondike   are   absolutely    dependent   mi   the    rest of  Canada for   alnio-t  cveiythinii   their  people use. except, in our ca-e lumber  and   buildintr  materials.     Tliey     tue  Loday the backbone of the commercial  activilv   of  the   province  of   British  Columbia.- One. has to try and. picture  what   shape- aliVtiis   would   be" in    if  Kootenay was to reveit lo   the condition" of-JS92 and Klondike to the status  of TSf>3 in' older   10   really-grasp   the  immense  importance   of  the   mining  indu������try lo.tue whole sotial structure.  Every mining   man.   every   mining  partnership,  every  minine;   company  engaged   in   the   devolopment -of    a  mineral claim or group is while primarily without doubt seeking to carve  an  individual fortune out 01  nature's  treasure    house,   helping  along   the  whole community, helping to. create  fresh business ureas, fresh freight for  future railways,  fiesh sources of government revenue.   Any  government,  ���������within  whose   territory rich   mineral  risources aie known to exist, should  fiom it purely   business point of view  bet.d every energy and jiostpone every  other consideration to  the   policy   of  fostering and aiding the development  of those resources. Tor the very simple  reason that therein lit-s the speediest  voacVto increase of population, increase  of general   business,   increase   of   the  total   activity   and prosperity of  the  community.      Every   aid    which    a  government can give should lie rend- -  ered,'  every   obstruction    should   be  removed,    any   attempt,   while    the  industry is in   its infancy, to make   it  the    milch "cow   of  the  community,  should be frowned down. If the expenditure in connection with the, government, assistance  to   the  industry   is  ���������heavy at first,   as it is certain   to  he.  there     is     no     possible    excuse   for  borrowing money as valid.    A great  point     should     be     made   of  giving  .stability and  permanence to the regti-  -lRtion!r-aiifl-legi=IaLion=connccted���������wit lithe industry.    11 is not always what a  government has actually enacted  lint  what   the   tendency  and trend of itu  enactment.'*: seem   to  forecast,   which  has the effect of deterring capital from  taking hold.   There are only two ways  by which   a mining  country ��������� can   be  opened   up.    Either capital   must   be  . a'lr.iutcd   to   do  the   mining  or   the  government    must   do    tlie   mining  themselves.     Any    government  not  sufficiently radical lo adopt the  latter  policy  Certificate of Improvements  RTiFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  IsTOTIOIE-  "O.K." Mineral. Claim, situate In tlio  Itevclstoke Mining Division ol West Kootcr.115  Dn-lrlct:  Wlierc* loeatoil:���������In Ground Hog Basin, on  McCullougli Creek.  TAKE NOTICE tlint T, Charles F.I.imlmark,  of Rcvelitoke, Free Jllner's Certificate No. K,  17000, Intend, sixty duvs lrorn the dale liereoi.  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate 01 Improvements, for thc purpose of  obtaining a Cro������n Grant of the aliove claim.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37. must In* commenced lioTore tlie  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Sth day o������ August, A.D., 1901.  Aug 17 2m CHAS. F. LINDMARK.  Kossl.tiul mineral cl lim. situated in  the Jjiirileaii Mining Diviyion of "\Ves-t  Kootenav Oisirict.  Where located: On Lexington Mountain S*mth ������if the Eva mini*.  TAKKNOTIOKtli.it!. F. C. Gr**en.  of Nel-011. at ting a**, asent for Cory  Menhenick F. M. C. li. 32 ft_l and .1. J-  Foley Free Min.*r's Cettific.ite Nr>. li.  'tf2,if.iii. intend, sixty days from tlie dale  heieof. to apply 10the Mining Heccuder  for a certificate of improveuieuv*'*. for  the purpo-e of obtaining a Crown  grant of the ahove claim.  And further takt notice that action,  under s-ecti"n 37. inu-t  he commenced  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this Sth day of June 1S01.  F, C. Gree*.  K.iihvays,  telegraphs  the  three   fii-st  fields  -Ai  -'. >��������� 1  , ''/,*!_  lic-y.  should  cnieftilly  retrain from  ilahbiing in legislation, of which  that  j ml icy is the only logical conclusion.  . The   tonndalion   ot   the v. hole litis!-.  ne--s i-i the pro_.pei*l'jr.     lie should  he  left, seveieiy   alone bv th'* legislator  and  regulation fr.iuier.      His cu������toms  vary according to   conditions.     Leave.'  him t" hummer them out for himself  and nlaUe no law touching prospecting  not h.ist'd 011 them. - NeM to the prns-  pri-tor i'oiik;*; the local   inining syndi-  1.1U*.   \vhith���������)ias    a   good    property,  u-liii-li it.  ���������.'.-ants  to milki* inlo a mine.  It h.i- a lough job in ficnt of it.    Any  leci-laliori   based  on  lh.* a*-iumption  th.ii it i- picking up   I.ir.:"   chunks  of  goid ar.d silver eveiy bh.ft is  hound  to  1 In* .1 way  off.     Then   tomes   the  big  mining   company   with   directors    in _  London or   Chicago and other embel-  !i-hments.   This, is   a   veiy shy biid.  1-S.s.ly scared.     Dividends'i������ what il. is  afte*-.     Any   legi*-!ation   that touches  its dividends is liable lo  h-itt its feelings.     Insecurity   of conditions  will  keep it away altogether.   Out no mining   country  can   get  on   without it.  And the biggest problem, which today  stales in the face of the government  iif a  country  containing nnexploited  mineral  resources   is  how   to steer a  tourse   amid     the    rising   waves    of  iuodeinradic.il   opinions,   as  held  by  the average elector and at   tbe same  time  keep legislation in such shape as  to   make   capital   willing to invest in  mining operations in the conhtry.   At  piesent by dint of dexterity the thing  can I-e acheived     Ultimately the two  will aims   will become itieccncileable.  and ruining are  s  of industry in  which in thc course of time, not ti very  long time either,  the governments of  the  continent   will   find     themselves  willy-nilly engaeed.   That is of course  presupposing'  that  capital  does  not  tome out on top, which it is more than  likely to. =3  -���������arrir: ���������fr**?.* mA*?$it ���������������������������^������������������.'NY  ir-ri^*������CVtea'^  I  **Wr+*H***H.4.i.4..l..l..l..l-4*'l**H"l*'l"I"l"i"t  Carpets.  ������ i 11.  ALL THE NEW  EDITION'S  AT..  Canada Drug & Book Co  REVELSTOKE.  y*r****W~***t*-f.-f..-E..f ****H***f**T**H**W''-!''  Notes of  ws.  R. H.   Mayne   left,   for   Seattle    i n  Thursday.  Miss Lawrence is in Vancouver on a  visit to her sister Mrs. A. E. SlifV.  1  ���������On Sale one large cook stove.  Cheap for cash.    Apply Herald.  Manager McBulh of lhu .Molsons  Bank i.s away in the l.ardi'nii.  J. G. Webser left ye-.tenl.iy on a  short trip lo his ranch at  Vernon.  AV. .1. Goepel, provincial auditor, has  heen gazetted government agent heie.  ���������Slates, Scribbler.- and copy hooks  at Canada Drug i*c Cool; Co.  Mr. and Mr-, li. M. Doyle and family  left yesterday moi ning on a visit to  Vernon.  Miss Spui-lmg left on Friday inoriiing to take upcollcgialc work in Nova  Scotia.  XV. T. Dalton. the architect of the  new hospital, left on today's No. 2 for  A'aneoiiver."  .Mr. and Mr������\ Chas. .1. Aman returned from the Okanagan yeslerday  inorning.  \V. R. Reid, of thc firm of Re.id Si  Young, left on "Wednesday on a business trip to tho coast.  Fred. Robinson, managing director  of the Fred. Roliinson Lumber Co. has  returned from his trip easl.  AV. Abrahamson has thc contract  for erecting a joos house for the Chin"  esc residents of the city in lhc lower  town.  .Miss Bryson of Ottawa, who hits  been visiting with her cousin, Mrs.  Cross left for home on Tuesday morning.  Duck, grouse, moose, deer, mountain  sheep and cariboo shooting begins tr-  inorrow. Grouse aie reported plentiful.  An Italian laborer fell from-a  work  * train     car     in    thu   van I   yesterday  afternoon   and   received   a   bad scalp  wound.  A wire from the Poison Iron Works,  Toronto, states that  the   engines for  the steamship Revelsloke were shipped  "on lhe 20th.  The Gazette contains the certificates  of incorporation of the Revelstoke  AVine Sc Spirit Co.. Ltd.. and of Trout  'Lake Lodge. I.OOF.  ���������All Summer Goods al cost lo make  - room for fall  goods   coming   in.       At  Reid it Young's.  lion R. McBride, minister of mines,  returned from his trip toVthe Lardeau  on Wednesday evening and left for  Victoria on yesterday's Nu. 1.  Secretary Atkins of the ho-pilal  committee is calling in our advt.  columns for tenders for tho excavation  and stonework of thc foundation of  the hospital.  Owing to the lie up of the Nakusp &  Slocan road the New York Theatre Co.  have beeii .obliged lo postpone their  firitTTiiglTtrriere   from   MoTVclay^Sept.  ������������������7������v***:*-������>*.*~*--**M'w*^  a-a-w-wrrwagreaags^^  Curtains.   LinoBeum.  s'sary-  To purchase everything you want in the  Clothing ancl Furnishing Lines from  o  MM  o  3"  Met last night,  present  the  Mayor,  Alii. Taylor, McLeod and McCarty.  con itKs-I'o.v mcxci*:  Chief IJiiin reported breakage of lire  alarm boxes at lhe opera Iuium* cm nor  and opposite the Cowan block.  It was decided to offer a reward ol  %2o for information lhat will lead lo  lhe discovery and conviction of lhe  perpetrators of this crime.  Ji. It. Atkins, secretary of llio ho:.-,  pital board reijiiested the council lo  close up the lane running through  block Til and convey il to thu board in  exchange for lot lt) in the block.  Moved Aid. McCarty, seconded Aid.  McLeod lhat Aid. McLeod have leave  to inl rodiieo a bylaw authorising the  disposal of the, lane in exchange for  the lot.  The mayor thought there could he no  objections, if llio adjacent properly  owners had sullicienl notice, in oi der  they might know it was beingfdoiic*.  The. motion was then put and  carried. The bylaw w.is read three  limes and passed.  ixqumilM  Aid. Tavlor asked on   behalf  of   the  We buy from the best Wholesalers.  Thc Quality of Our Stock is Excellent.  Our prices are reasonable.  Wc will open up in a few days a perfect  Imported stock of  DRESS COCDS,   RIBBONS,   RUGS,   CARPETS,   INLAID   LINOLEUM  AHD FLOOR CLOTH.  Imported from the best manufacturers in Scotland.  Dress Goods, Gent's Furnishings  o  3  tn  ������  3  55'  2!  3  WW  THE COMMERCIAL  CENTRE OF THE  T   A  Tt   i*  *. *Vr. v,  v.-' w-'Il*.:*!   ,.**.I>'.**.H* !  ���������ft*.    *  t.i'oCALiTl  cn  T  Y  o-icrosoopioai  Sxactness  Is demanded in the Compounding o  Prescriptions; and our care and still  ���������lhe results cf e::pe"icnco and  training;���������assure that dcf,-rce of accuracy. Ancl, iii addition, our dings  are always pure and fresh. Uiing-  your prescriplions here.  RED^CROSS DRUGSTORE  G-J     Tn     iT!J'*i"T"D>*-TBYC*  v7rm,.fB i <rt it .*^iri*rT7a*gf p_riTi*g'T'i*vt'ii**iifirBi^w������--B  TAYLOR 1SI.OCK.  Mc!Ceii.*:e Ave  vis,    J.   Lialce,   hitch.*-*:   "W.    C'.ur,   J.  Lyon.s.     T.   (J.noy,   half     Ii.ilI.s;   ".V.  Smytlie.   W.   .McGuire,   II.   Scott,  P.  coniiiiillcc. it lhe city would Uo willing I Donaldson. W. Buavo, forward.*-.  Tiie. Revelsloke hoys practice this  afternoon aL 2 k. on the y;mi 'c-lttli  tr round.  r. o. lio.t <w  Tospe  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B.C.  Gold, Silver Lend anil Cupper Mines wanted at tlio ������t9~-Exchange.  .Tree Milliner Hold Properties wanted ni once for Eastern investors.  1'iirtic linvinp mining property for sale are requested to send samples of lheir ore*  |.i to llie Hxelinnye fur ICxliibilion.  ������{       All samples should be seut by express 1'ropaid.        '       Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to  BAftDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $75 and $100  SOLE  AGENT,  REVELSTOKE  B. C.  to supply a hand at the ***porls in tlio'  a.ftertioon of Lahor Day. A motion to  comply with the committee's request  was carried.  The chairman oi" lhe F. XV. Si L.  couitnilli.e was authori/.ed hy res-olu*  liuu to have Lhe lire alarm system put  in thorough repair.  The mayor reported that there had  not lieen .sufTicient~attendaiice at llie  mooting called on Monday to hold a  meeting, lie thought (he proposal .of  tlie Vancouver committee should he  taken advantage of and wanted to  gather the opinions of the aldermen on  the sulijuct.' ilo had already parlies  working IheMhing up in Uu; south  country.  Aid. Taylor agreed -wilh the mayor  Unit the Vancouver proposition should  lie taken ail vantage of.  Aid. !Me.Leod said lhat the diflicully  was that the people hail not taken  advantage of the puhlic meeting. If  tho council voted numey for this purpose now they were lialile in get  jacked up.  Aid. VicC'aiiy thought lhc cos; of  the avcli and mineral exhibit would he  very trifling.  The mayor gavo a sket eh of his idea  of what tiie proposed aveh would he  like. The cost would not he much  more 1 him $25 and the arch would  attract great allontkmlo Itevolstoke.  After pas-iug somo aeeount*** the  council then adjourtie:!.  R. M. .Smythe has promised lli.it if  the Revelstoke boys win he will give  each a prize.  Census in Eritish Columbia.  Kgss1.ii.c1 has Ol.'iS nf a population  Nanaimo, HS'.H). New AVe.ituiitiblui'lilllS.  Nelson -Kilt), Kamloops :B0L    -  '2d.cS to Tuesday Sept. 3rd.  ���������Ox Sale. A quantity of Bicycle  Fittings below cost. We want to cleat-  out prior to opening up in our new  furniture business. The very latest  Cychyline.Gas Bicycle Lamps for two  dollars.   John li. Wood.  A young son of C Turning had the  thumb and forefinger of hi������ right  hand blown off by a carcridge exploding yesterday morning. The injured  members were amputated in tin* afternoon.  ' .Services as tij-uui tomoi rpw,  .Sunday after Trinity, in St. l'elei's  Church at S and 11 a.m. and i.'.f.l p. m.  Second celebration at the 11 uYlm-k  service. Kev. C. A. J'ic-cuiiicr nliic-  i tting.  It will U*: apparent that mil- ''iiiii-  ment in lhe editorial eolumii-, <,n the  proceedings of th<' railway brotherhoods this week  in   Montreal   wa.-,  in  leiiniii.-s-  ier-eivi;d  Principal Sullivan's Appointment  Tiie Nelson school board have oil'oi-ed  Principal  A.   Sullivan   of   the   public  scliool heie the appointment us pi'in"  cipal at Ni-Loit, in succes&ion to  Principal Scady, whose resignation is  iu to take effect, on Sept. liOiii. All*.  Sullivan had reeeiveil an oil'er from  Rossland to l.ikt* *l !u> priiitiipn.lship of  the cent ral school there bul. he. prefers  to go to Nelson, lie has sent in his  resignation to take eiVect at the end of  next month. The Tribune says that, if  the choice proves 'satisfactory, the  salary should not he less than Sl2."> a  monlh. R.-vel.-.toke. will be sorry to  lose Mr. Sullivan, who has thoroughly  proved his capacity, while here and  who leaves the school after four years  of .his -superintendence in lirst class  s'i'ipi*. liis talents arc* recognized by  the deputmenl of ed'.ualion since he  ������.vas specially recommended to lhe.  Nelson bo-itd by Supt. Robinson.  ^Irdb"^6"r"iDa7"C"ercbr?:fci"o''n^"  t-'."zf-.:~-  -��������� >-" *.������������������*���������lu.p'vw-'  * "���������'.���������*. '..  -".-���������"- sr-'\  fl'-  y* (.  **-. ������-.r*  This Space Reserved  for John K Wood's  New Furniture Advt.  J->t*r_T  ~;*\ -c.  LEWIS    BROS.  || 3HSURANCE, FsHAHGBAL AMD REAL ESTATE AGENTS  Represent the following reliable Companies.  The Golden lea in are expected lu-io  on Sunday or possibly Monday with  their supporler.-,. Thc football game  will start about 2.:.0. but a.- lhe put.lic  in Revelstoke have not patronized tlie  sports to any extent the p'.ii'i have  onlv found it possible to a*, range a few  events. The prizes given by Si. JL  Smith. !���������'. Brown, (i. F. Curtis. Morris  .*c Stead and a tew more will Ur- toui-  peted for soon afLer the fool ball g-iine.  The TJi-vflsloki: hand will j'l.iy i'i :i:<*  .lfternoon.  i In the evening the font ha!! boy-i will  Il'lh ! have a dinner at   tin:   Victoria.  Ilulil  ^vnc;x*v.T;c!  ;  1 i-.*..*:.>Tin.n**^:nvr*mor   inifi^  ..I-H.--.-.1   I  ;.;������ki: -.tit;  follow- j  Ki-    ;r<*_Nf.i --:  f.i-*.*.;u:J h-iv ',.-;,  iiio 'l-: I ' "I'.'-'i-*:.* :  2D!!i .\a-ii-.;, V.'Jl.    i >%.  Wi: -,: i" T- n* ''.t.i-'.'r.z., ul th- ( uv of ,'.'ci-on. ; SSS  E-.*,*..*...- ,'i*-**. i -( r ni Drticc-*. tr.l,,* 0'i*.._-rriir,<*ni i r~.  .\^ *n- tt !'.. ..OJ-...01:-?. .tn'l v. -,.<in<.rm tiw dutli.*- i Wy  Wll"'  .,:.-:- \.t-\.\   tiy i'.r. V. 'I. I'-i-iT'inT.  r������- \ tfrx  '-'������������������'-'  - ,,_ '     pcy  In the  County   Court   of @  m  A 11.1   HI '.  print before the news of  tion   of    the     strikt*     v.  yesterday.  An important local liii**ine*.s tian-ac-  tion takes elTect on the lii-st. when the  Revelstoke AVine ������*c Spirit l.'o. takeover the wholesale liquor busii..".s of  IL G. Parson and tlie soda water  factory run by 31. 3. O'Brien.  A. L. Stewart has disposed of his  store and business in Illecillewaet lo  .Mr. Forbes, one of the striking trackmen. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart are  leaving the town. Mr. Stuart hnkls  the positions of postmaster, mining  recorder and justice of thc peace.  Lieut.-Col. Holmes. I). O. C. w ill  inspect the Reveli-tok" company  Ecvcky Mountain Ranger.-., on October  ltth. Parades, in which there b.-ivi*  l>een more officers and non-coms, than  men on the ground, are not altogether  unknown, but an inspection which  will consist of an inspecting o/liee all  by his lonesome is something quite  nevr. .  and a smoker after wards.  The ti-.im   sel-'cled  to play on Libnr  Pay will he:    XX'. Lym**-. goal ; 3.  Pm-  ti.  County   Court   ofj^  Kootenay.  ,x:l.J%  If.-.txUiU-'.������  "I������  ew  ttjp^.!  reea'  :AXD..  iers  OTHER  WEW BOOH  SCHOOL   SUPPLIES  '. .isa-.t..*.li . I'.*-.;.  I';-*.j:i    ri-i'llii-T     tin.    it.'li.lavu   .,:  T!i*.ian   .       .  -ill!i',*ill -*\ ,rn Itli: "li. cifAiiamt, A  li., i'-iii.       t <___>  I: 1^ orfi'T* >t tl.r.t ,ii*nj. -i r*'**r.;-i*.o.| *;r.ti*>:r.)n'; {  l.lVifiii .1.**if::iii-triit,ir Mr M..* r.n.nty 'i.urr  i.. -1rir-r "f K'-.iji*.':,iivt_>liall h" i,.*liiti.ii-.:Vii*.tlr .,x  .ui ...::.] :n^*:;.ir lh" zn'r',- .-IjHtt.-l-* v.r. '. ,*r* .iil*-  ..:' Mi,,*.-. l:,i-- *-n Jl.vHii .l**.*.**i*f. I nnit i'.ju tl;i-  .i.--!.���������.*��������� I.������ |,nl'i������:i.*.| in tiu* K.*i.'Nl..l.i* IK*r.,i.:  in .* -j-ii-,..-*- for t*ro i^-r.. 4  tln-n <ii.  .'   A. i'lHtlX. J  il* j.- r-.i:*- !>.-.-.*.p*���������.   ,*[iiii>:s a^i\ii].t ih*. .M{it  .imnr-liu -. -i:i:**.*l*i. |..*..*n^ri ir.' I ,-.|i|| n-l ' '<J jj 8  I ...-ii i *-u-,i" w\\\t fji-roc".) tr*. n*i<! p.'.-ol of ' ^^i. \ }  ���������nn-. mJiLir.   ���������- ! . Am-i-ir'.l.j*. Olti. inl Alinilri;.. ! Ci/       -J  The Provincial Building and Loan Association, of Toronto.  The Canadian Birkbeek Investment antl Security Co.,Toronto.  The B.C. Permanent Loan and Savings Company, of Vancouver.  The Norwich Union Fire f nsurance Society.       , FIRE.   -  The Xal/onal Assurance Co., of Ireland. FIRE.  The Phciix Insurance Co., of Brooklyn.   ���������"' FIRE.  The Phoenix Insurance Co., of Hartford. FIRE.  The Queen Insurance Co.. of America. FIRE.  The Kijuifable Life Assurance Society. '       . UFE.  The Metropolitan Plate Olas Insurance Co.  Agents for the Smelter Townsite.  ,   Houses for Sale or Rent  , O. Drawer���������75  AND  SEE THE BARGAINS AT  GUY BARBER'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY  WATCH REPAIRING  Large nnd Well uiglitcd  Sumi'li* Hooms   Heated by Hot Air and Electric  Bulls and Light in every room'  Free nns Meets All Trains     '  Keiisouublu Hates   ���������-^HOTBL  VICTORIA.  JOHN V. PERKS, Pkopkietob  Night Grill Ho ia In Connection tor tlie Conveiiieiiee of Guests  Hourly Street Cur ' ' rp)^������������������������,n������A/^ll,������.      IS)  tri-.or .it   hi  t",:h *I ty tii *-i*j-.'  !.*. II. i'..   nn  mi.i-r, t'.'H  I Cl.s. Mci'iRTKIl.  S25   Hevvard \M  ,-ni<!    hy   ilip C'ilv  '*:' V'"---'.-'.r';t- \?5\  N'ew  and   attractive   designs  in  SORSEBLERS  for ."n'oriinitio'n -.vHc'ji v.-iU   l'j*t'I  ''������   t'.rt r.rr  u\'\ ' mix icl ion di fh*-* pi r-on  or  vni/i' fin* '.'f /ilj'fwi  fc'-v-i i-ifijir.  r;,o������ifrt-   ii nil the   C'>.v,i;i   I ������)*>(��������� a  (-  I'?' ������tg, UNION ^san  Qlg-ar   Factory  Ki'VF.r.sTOKJ-:,  n.c.  A. BKOW'X,   Prop  m  N'ow on sale at  BEWS'   DRUG STORE  BROWN BLOCK.   TEL. 48.  TUESDAY, SEPT. 3.  7KE   BIG    NEW   YORK  THEATRE  <>���������:,--.nil-/,- v.'ilh tl-.c I'd'tor.-il Comwly  g aWas Sbe to Blame..  i-'l,';ci.'.! iSrcnsry ������n'I At;ft;=-t,rle������  Popular Summer Prices :  He, 35c and 50c j  Seats at Canada   Drug &|  Book Co.'s Store.  Notice to Co-Owners.  TO ItlCKAIlD MCDIAK'IIII.  Uii.Icr -Mineral Act 1897 and nmenilmeiit*.  thereto, notlee It liereliy (jlvcii that we, Unite  Li'Diittnc firuliHin nml tins l.uiul. have [ic-i-  fnrm������(l a|l the aiwiM-mentworlc on tlie "Gulden  Kaj!li" inliienil elnitii, Hltiiateii on the divide  Iwtween Krum-li mid McCnlloek Oreeks. at the  li ������������������ml of Vrouinl Hog Biihin in the III*; Ileiul  District of Went Kootenay, loented lstli Sep-  tcmber. ]������% am! recorded 21 Septum her, ISW  ami that Itli-liar.l   Mclilarmlil   tliu   rccordeil  I  e  Between Hotel av.d Station  ^������v������Dsi������8(8, !o(g.  JOHN D* 5IBBA'LP>^& I  owner of one-half(liuerest .in said mineral  '���������(aim lin*i iir-Klevtni] to do hlHsliiiri- of the*  work or to pay for same for the \eur-i ISIS, ISM  I'J.Wiin.11901. Xoili*,. I������ hereby given lo the  said I'Iciiaril MrlHarnilil thai nnlc's snid  f'liari;i'n are 1.111d wtihin ninety davsofthe  firHt publteailoiiof UiIh notlee weshall'proceeil  to record mild delln.inent interest an provided  by ���������.ection 11 of the ������������������:Mineral Act Amendment  JMtcd at  P.evclHtoke, It. dfitli August 1901  Co-owner* ^'J^-^  .IN....  v r  Flowers  fr  t  fr  fr  *  *  ������  REAL ESTATE  O. T. K. TOWNSITE.  MAKA TOWNSITE.  rrikT l Tltr'T AT     t Canaila T'ornianont it Western  rl ll A ll I. IAI -i       Canada Mortgage Corporation.  iiiunivjiiii/   <Enulf   " .........  INSURANCE !  ���������COAL FOR SAL IS.  Equitable '.'avings Loan aud Building Association.  t Imperial Flre.      Guardian Fire."    Mercantile Fire.  } Ciuiiidiiin Flre.      Caledonian Fire.  ( Conreileratian Liie.      Atlas Fire.  HOUSES FOR SALE AND-RENT.  _A������Jdj������������������_ReveIstoke Station.  Grands:  OUR   SPECIAL   and  THE   UNION ?p  ALL   GOODS    UNION  Notice to Contractors.  P.*nlni| iei<t!i<rivr!l! h" ref"ived hy thc iinder-  ������������������Ikii"! upto nonnnn Moi <liy. Sept. 9th. 1301  for tin* cxiitviit.iiii ar.il stonework of the  lt<*vi'l*<u*l.i> Hospital. Plan" and -iilecilieatioiis  ������������������nil lie kwii at the customs office, Itcvclitokc,  Lime-i or nuv tender not necessarily aeceptcd.  K������\ elstoke," AUK ill, 1 Mian g 31 .It I!. Jl. ATKINS, Hon. Sec'y Trens.  About TO healthy plHntii, incIurlingFn������ehias  ijnranlinn-i. Bcitonlas. Kte., from 25c un'  wards. Call early and get the choice. Sale  l,.*i{lns Monday, Aug:. 12th. Store on  Mnckcnzie Avenue.  MRS. C. TURNROSS.  TO LET  A Inrntshcd house on Third St. containing  one il6ul>lc sitting room, dining room, kitchen  cellar pantry, four bed rooms, one bath room.  Apply Mrs. bpurling. . Ang, 14 3t  FOR SALE  The City of Revelstoke has a quantity of wire  netting and boards ujed in the construction  of the peat house fence for aale. Apply C. li.  Shaw, city Cleric. rr !  July 31 ti  ' t>P9^9^^^PS^^>^9^\9^^P^^������9^^ty^^������P������PPPPPPPPPPPPPPP������������������JHk  ������������������*���������*"*��������� M^i^��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������   ���������-i-^���������.���������<������������������-���������-..���������mi--i���������1���������^.^.........M****���������****-^  THE!   FEBFEOTDBESS '������������������*  *        @  7^75       Many   men   have   many ^  minds in the matter of dress  ���������but the dictates of fashion  must be considered.  We make the clothes you  want, correct in style, ofthe  best material, and in a faultless manner. '  There's real distinctive- '  ness in the garments we I  make. <  Our stock is the largest <  j* j\nd best assorted in the city^ (  Your Patronage Solicited   J".   33.    OK/IBSSIMIA.IN",     \  The Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave. ������       }


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