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Array /  (JAahaa. u.  ALD.  J ournal  ���������-"' ' .'.���������! /fir*  ��������� ,' ������������������������-<. v-u-y  'A  Vol   V. No   69  REVELSTOKE B.C.     WEDNESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 4, 1901.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  X^^Jf^^Jgrjf^^^^^J3^^^^M^'^lttie-*&^^*  This week wc are offering our  entire stock " of Straw and7  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  All the newest and nobbiest  styles.-  /  .-t.--.-Ii  MEN'S SUMMER COATS  AND VESTS AT A GREAT  : :$gp REDUCTION -^i  Now. iiir���������Big Stock of Ladies'-  and-Chiidrens' Lisie, Thread,.  Cotton-and,. Cashmere .Hose..  '.AlspvaXliig-; ������stock ~ of^Gentel.,  Hosiery in Silk, . Cashmere,-  and Cotton, .'including the  celebrated Health -Hose-  Latest Accounts From Camborne of Mining1, and Other  Activities  in     Free     Milling  ���������   Belt.  Camiiohn'H, Sept. '3.���������The stir and  activity in tho Kish River free milling  gold camp is lining added to daily by  thu arrival of mining .men froin the  .States and eastern Canada, who have  heard of its richness and who are  investigating with it view to getting  in on the ground lloor.  Development work on the Cam-  horne and Oyster groups have proved  lliem even richer than was at flrst  anticipated. A. F. Rosenberger the  manager of these properties in now iu  Nelson arranging for active work  during the winter.  On the Eva and Imperial groups  thu London and Si. C. Goldfields Co.  have done quite n lijl, of work since  they took hold and as soon as. matters  in reference to the bond are arranged  a large force will be put to work again  and a stamp mill erected to treat the  ore on the ground.  Business at Camborne is good.  Prospectors are flocking into ' the  surrounding hills and some excellent  finds are recorded daily.' A bax-ber  shop ancl shoe maker have been added to the business establishments of  tbe camp.  Billy Allen und his partners are  now working a new property np  Sable Creek, the surface indications of  which give promise of a valuable  properly.  J. H. Young of Comaplix, is making  arrangements to do prospect work on  ���������t! e Wot.dei ful group, located below  thu Oyster group on Lexington Mountain. There are some fine ledges of  free milling quartz on _ this group,  which looks likely to turn out all right.  rcndeied   a   programme  of    selected  pieces    veiy   pleasingly   during   the I  afternoon.      ' j  f u the evening the contending teams j  and friends sat iimiciilily down to a  splendid feed at the Victoria hotel,  where Jack Perks and staff fully sustained lhu old-time reputation of the  house as an Al place of entertainment.  The supper was artistically cooked  and elegantly served nnd nothing  spared on the part of the management  lo ensure a most enjoyable evening for  their guests.   The following was  the  HILL OK VATIK :  Mulligatawny Soup  Boiled Salmon, IIolland.ii.sc  Oy.ster Patties     Slirimp Salad, Mayon.ii.ic  Roast Skilled Young Turkey  Roast Sirloin of Heel"   'Boiled Leg Mutton  Mashed'Potatoes Asparagus  Apple Pie Lemon Pie Ice Cream  Pineapple Jelly   I      Champagne J cily  Fruits      Assorted Cakes  Stilton Cheese 'Black CotTec  After the good things, beneath  which the hospitable board fairly  ground, had received due attention  from llie forty odd guests assembled  round it, a pleasant evening and put  of next morning was spent in toasts  and songs, to which "Wentworth  Smythe, XV. Lynes, Frank Brown and  others contributed. Capt. J. Lyons  turned up much to the_ satisfaction of  those present iu time to take in the  fun. The Golden Eagles appeared to  enjoy themselves exceedingly and we  hope to see them again. They ure  good fellows and put1 a good, sportsmanlike game of football without  wrangling or rough work. Come  again Eagles.  (f you want a really nice  thing in these goods come  and.examine our stock.  PARfeOLS  A few*, lines left which we are  offering at a great   reduction.  "Don't^forgetT wc'" carfy^the"-  IJiggcst Stock of Heavy Hard-  wave in the'Cily.    It will pay  vou to  get our  Prices   before  purchasing.  Details  of   the . Execution    of  , George O'Brien at Dawson.  The steamer City of Seattle, arrived  on tlie 20th at Seattle from' Skagway  bringing news of the hanging at Dawson, on Aug. 23, of George O'Brien,  the brutal murderer of Lynn Relfe,  Fred Cluyson and lineman Olson on  Christmas day, 1S90.  Protesting his innocence to the last,  O'Brien mounted the scaffold without  a tremor, and standing.erect on the  trap, hurled anathemus on the* hcids  of those who were instrumental in  bringing about his conviction. When  asked to confess his crime, he stoutly  maintained his innocence.  The drop fell at 7.40. There was  scarcely a tremor of the body. At  7:50 O'Brien was pronounced dead. A  large crowd witnessed the execution,  which took place on a scaffold erected  in front of the barracks.  Labor Day Celebration.  A big shipment of Paints  Oils, Nails, Etc., arriving.  Tools of all kinds always  in stock.  DYNAMITE, '  CAPS,  FUSE.  We. are agents for the "celebrated BENNETT  FLSE.  *- l       '  i**y^**r*^������''������***-������***i-**g***y*^  C.B. HUME  &C0  Through the praiseworthy efforts of  the Revelstoke Football Club, Labor  Day was celebrated in Revelstoke this  year * by a.* football match with the  Golden Eagles and a short programme  of sports. The games attracted a  good crowd of spectators. The ball  was kicked off at 3 o'clock nnd a good  game followed, in which Revelstoke  had the advantage throughout. Theie  were several .brilliant pieces of .individual play throughout the match on  both sides, but combination was badly  lacking, the Eagles perhaps shewing  up a trifle belter in this respect than  did Ihe home team. The Eagles were,  as is usual with a visiting team, scuice-  ly at their best, on a strange ground  and without the services of some of  their first team players. A feature of  the match was the capital science  shewed by CH. Gauthier, of the N.Y.  Dramatic Co., now playing in town,  an old Caledonian and International  blue. The,result of the game was two  goals to nothing. R. AI.' Smythe acted  as referee. The team lined up as  follows, CH. Gauthier taking the place  of J. Lyons, wbo was out of town,  while XV. A. McGuire acted as captain  of the team in his place:  Revelstoke���������W. -Lynes, /goal; ' J.  Purvis, J. Blake," hacks; W. Carr,  C. Gauthier, T. Cares', balf backs; XV.  McGuire, H. Scott, P. Donaldson,' \V\  Beavo, forwards.  After the game the following pic-  gramtne nf spoils was pulled off:  100 Yards Dash���������J. Purvis; prijte  given by K. AI. Smythe.  Hop, Step and Jump���������W. Lyne*:  prize/given by G. F. Curtis.  Running Long Jump���������Brett; prize  by Morris & Steed.  Three-Legged Race���������J,  Purvis and  W. Lynes; prize given by F. Brown.  The Revelsloke   Independent Band  New York Theatre Co.  The Stuttz New York Theatre Co  has been playing here since Monday  to good houses. The .company is  decidedly of a superior makeup to the  usual dramatic visitors to Revelsloke.  Their repertoire contains a number  of ��������� high class plays, which are  presented with every evidence of careful management. J, G. Stuttz is of  course a host in himself hut it is not a  case, as it so often is, of one star and  and-i'x < loi'of- sticks.*���������-Ho is-supported  by good talent in every part. There  is no second rate vaudeville business  between the acts, which'is'a great  relief, the ouly interlude' being a  couple of songs every evening " by  George Olmi, formerly a member of  the Carl Rosa's famous English Opera  Co. Mr Olmi's voice is a baritone  and his singing is one of-the most  pleasing features of the show. Tonight he is down to give ''Heart Bowed  Down'' and an Aria from Ital an gr.i: d  opera.  On Alonday "Was She to Blame,"  was the piece, which was very highly  appreciated. Last night " Jack's Lost  Paradise" was put on, and tonight the  powerful melodrama by Augustus  Daly, entitled "Under the Gaslight,''  wilh the sensational episode of a train  of cms ini actual motion on'the stage,  is the selection. Tomorrow evening  closes the engagement here, the corn-  .paiiy_being_bilIed_fpi'__G_oldeni_for_the_  balance of the week and at Calgary  next week. The piece presented will  be a famous play The Celebrated Case,  of which the scene is laid in France  in the early part of the last century.  Air. Stuttz is the proud possessor of  the Cross of the Legion of Honour,  which was presented to him by the  French Government for his impeison.  ation nf the part of Jean Remind in  this play.  Sudden Death of Assist. Gen.  Supt. Duchesnay in a Tunnel  Near Spuzzum this morning.  It is wilh feelings of the deepest  regret that lhu 1 licit A l.n makes the sad  antinuticenient tbat. Assistant General  Superintendent 12. J. Duchesnay of  this C.P.R., met his death about i)  o'clock this morning at a tunnel about,  four miles from Spii/zuin, a station 15  miles west of "North Bond, on the  iiiaiu line. The liiuuul which is  limbered throughout was on lire and  wliile Air. Dnchesnny was engaged  inside the tunnel a loosened rock from  thu roof fell on him aud killed him.  The body was taken to Vancouver.  Further details have not been obtainable up to tho timo of going   to   press.  The sad news wiis received here  with the greatest regret. During his  long service with tbe company Mr.  Duchesnay hud rendered hinibelf one  of the'best liked and most respected of  its head officials liotli with his fellow  employes and the general public. His  recent promotion wns the occasion of  universal satisfaction and the intelligence of his-sudden' taking off is llu*  cause of sorrow equally general aiul  sincere. He died in harness at the  post of duty to the great compnny  which he had served so long and so  loyally The company has many good  men in its service, but not a man  whose loss will be more deeply felt or  harder lo replace Lhan E.J. Duchesnay.  Ml. P. I! ���������  Elesmere and I. X. L.  Messrs T. W. Grahame and Ed.  Ilillman thc owners of the above  named claims, have just completed  their assessment work for this year,  and are well pleased with the prospects. There is a splendid shewing of  high grade ore on this property which  is one of tho oldest locations up the  North Fork. Assays.of ."5137 in gold.  43 oz. silver and 3 pur cent copper have  been given, .and .$2o0'to_ the' ton in-all  values is a fair estimate of this ore.  The property is situated on the Norlh  Fork of, the Lardeau river on the  Metropolitan lead.   -  Alessrs. Graham antl Ilillman have  a good proposition and will- make  arrangements to place their property  on a working basis.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  Air. and Airs. \V. Winsor have  arrived in lown. from thuir honeymoon.  Train Despatcher 10. L. Chadleigh of  Cranbrook has been away on u, visit to  thu Hal.  Brakemen AleCormack of Trail has  ruturned after, three months absenco  in Ontario with a briilo.  Station Agent McLean of Aledicinu  I hit is away nn liis holidays. G.  Horner is relieving agent.  C. F. Paget, C.P.R. telegraph operator, camu in from Twin Butte this  inoriiing for a day or two.  Engine No 075 was tukon out of the  shopa on Saturday after undergoing a  thorough overhauling.   .  Roadinaster XV. S. Newman is busy  reorganizing the section gangs along  the road between here auu Golden.*  Conductor D. XV. Stevens, Airs.  Stevens and children, of Kamloops,  registered at the Revelstoke on Tuesday.  Jos. Buxton, boilermaker at the C  P. Si. shops, Calgary, has been appointed boiler inspector to the N. XV.  T. government.  A. S. AleDonald of the O. P. R.  shops Moosejaw has returned home  greatly benefitted in health by a sojourn at Banff.  Engineer II. Glenn, who has been  running between Phoenix and Green,  wood, has arrived in town to. take a  ���������run on this division.  Section foreman .Alorris Anderson  and Nels Anderson started in on the  yard on Saturday and found their  work cut oiit for them.  Alen are needed for construction  work on the Crow's" Nest Southern  from Fernie to tho boundary. A.*  Guthrie fe Co. are the contractors. ~  Reports from Fori, Steele state, that  Jim Hill has about eloseiVnegotiations  for the Kootenay Central Railway  charter and that work may be started  this fall.  Condiutor John Alorrison of the  regular G. T. R. passenger going east  from New Hamburg, Ont., was fatally  injured last week by having his head  crushed between the iron bumpers of  two cars, while examining the air  couplings.  B. Hamilton of Winnipeg, has  arrived in Calgary to take a position  in the C. P. R. land office. Mr.  Hamilton is a brother of L. A. Hamilton, who until lately was C. P. R.  land commissioner. While there he  will relieve Air. Bray who goes north  on a three months trip of inspection.  Alex. Shields, foreman of the erecting shops at Toronto Junction, was  tendered a banquet and purse last  week on tho occasion of his leaving to  take his new appointment at Winnipeg. W. J. Brown of Owen's Sound  succeeds Mr. Shields at the  Junction.  J. L. Johnson, of Vancouver, C.P.R.  lumber inspector, is in town. He  intends shortly to accompany the  family of Lacy It. Johnson, his son, to  Alontreal and take up his residence  with them there. As fire inspector  at first and later as lumber inspector.  Air. Johnson has been in the employ of  the company a good number of years.  Dupuyer Acantha : The first lar.-g.ej,  shipment of Crow's Nest coal to.be  used by the' Great Northern, came to  Blackfoot last-week." It-is of such  quality and so little labor is required-  ill firing with it that the engine men  are greatly pleased with the change,  and the only complaint so far is that  it gets up steam too quickly but that  is remedied by throwing in a few-  scoops of Sand Coulee coal.  POLICE COURT.  (Before Fred Fraser, J. P.)  A charge of maliciously injuring a  cow belonging to A. Williamson laid  against Geo. Hayes, was heard by  Fred Fraser, J.P., this morning. The  case will be brought up at 4 o'clock  hefoie Fred Fraser , and R. Gordon,  J. P's., on an altered charge so that  two magistrates can take il.  The Fauquier Case.  F. G. Fauquier was brought np again  last night before Fred Fraser, J. P.. on  a, further-charge' of, misappropriation  of 5810 of "money belonging to the  government. The case was remanded  and bail accepted.  Deputy Attorney-General McLean is  expected in from Victoria on- the  delayed No. 2 to conduct the case on  behalf , of the government. G. S.  MeCarter is  acting for  the   defence.  *    -   '_ . : ;         _ ������  &   YOUNG  The'' Wide West Group.  The Wide Wist group, situated near  the head quarters of Pool Creek, in the  Fish River camp, and owned by Ohio  capitalists, is proving a rich properly  under development. The company  have a force of men working under  the nianag ement of J. A. Durragh.  There are splendid shew ings of high  grade galena, as well as fine gold bearing ledges traversing .the property.  Under the management of Mr.D.irrngh,  the Herald has no doubt, that the  Ohio owners will have. a - valuable  property which will advertise the  high grade galena ledges that are to  be found throughout (he whole of the  Lardeau district. ,  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  Our Entire Stock of Summer Goods  ��������� Ladies dont    miss  the   opportunity   to* complete yu  pu'. chases   of  Summer   goods   at    BARGAIN     PRICES,  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer       Dress      Goods,  bailor Hats Children's   Headwear  "pie stock must be reduced and early purchasers will get  the full benefit,  LATEST NEWS  BY WIRE  Denmark    to Sell   Her West  Indian Islands to the United  States���������A Dukedom for Lord  Salisbury���������Fire  On the  Chicago   Road, ���������A   Change  of  Measures in South Africa,  Cafe Towx, Sept 4.���������The military  administration   has    determined    to  deport all Boen in the reconcentrado  camps,  numbering upwards of 100,000.  to garrisoned towns on the coast where  food is more readily   available.     The  railways  thus  relieved will suffice to  supply food for Johnannesburg. which  in aa large as before tht war and per  mit the reopening of all thc mines.  DESPATCHES IN BRIEF.  The British bark Oollessio from New  Castle N. S. XV. for Valparaiso has  ���������been lost off Coicoipoint. Part of the  crew were lost,  A private, despatch from Cologne  says that many laborers-are being  discharged from the German coal  mines ard industrial establishments  owing to declining business.  The new Danish ministry has  decided to accept the United States  offer of sixteen million kroner for tbe  Danish West Indies.  King Edward is likely to confer  dukedom on Lord Salisbury.   . ���������    -  Bocas del Toro, 140  miles   west' of   .  Colon,   is   virtually   beseiged   by tbe  liberals or insurgents.  Dr. Kraus, formerly mayor of Johannesburg, was arrested in London on  Monday ni^ht on a charge. of high  treason. This is the person who handed the keys of Johannesburg to Lord  Roberts on the occasion of- tbe surrender.  It  was rumored in London on Mon- ,  day .that   a  French .naval,   division  would-be ordered . to -Turkish'-water*'"'-  this week. ..--..-,  A masked cyclist held up the, White  Cliffs mail coach, wounded a passenger  and secured the mail and opals valued  at $1400 and escaped, says a 'Sydney,  N.S.W., despatch. *   >  , *<.  A  telephone message from Tybee -'  Island,    where     labor    unions , - of f  Savannah, Georgia, celebrated Labor  Day,, says a   riot was  in   progress.,  and a special train had been sent for *  with regulars to quell the disturbance.  The Logan's Square terminal of the  Metropolitan elevated road at Chicago  has been dsitroytd Jby fire.   . A dozen  cars, a train shed, repair   shops and  other  railroad   property   were    consumed.  [Owing to the interruption of telegraphic communication due to the flre  in the Spuzzms tunnel, the Herald is -  without its usual amount of despatched  this issue.] _. ______..    ������������������'...  Mining at Sicamous. ���������  L. D. McRae came in last Saturday  from Sicamous bringing specimens of  very nice looking quartz from a claim  located by himself and bis partner.  W. M. Greer, on ������he Seymour Arm.  about 14 miles froniSicairious Junction.  There is a fissure vein mnning down  to the water, surface assays from which  have gone $11 in gold and $4 in silver.  The vein is two feet wide and the  quartz is heavily mineralized. The  claim is called the Lady ofthe Luke.  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing are included in the  G'RAI  SALE  Also Bargain    Figures   in Men's  Furnishings, Hats,: Caps &c.  Our Desire to  make  room  for Fall Importations  is your  opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  REID   &   YOUNG-  I ^*fWrwwiWW������WH^: mpppptmppjmy^pppppj&PJMrjm^^  Chinese Will not Grovel.  Berlin, Sept. 1���������It is now very  doubtful, according to a dispatch to  the Lokal Anzeiger from Basle, Switz- -  erland, whether' Prince Chuno will  come to Berlin to make formal apology  for the murder of Baron von Ketteler  Members of the expiatory mission  say:  "Under present conditions  we  can "'  never go to Berlin.    We would rather  die than accept  them."     It  appears  that they object particularly to Prince  Chun's attendants  prostrating  them- .  ���������elves before  Emperor  William inae- ���������  much as this is a special honor reserved  for the emperor of China  and  would  involve a recognition  of  the  kaiser's  equality.    The following confirmation  is  given  regarding   Prince'    Chun's  speech to the kaiser.     Prince  Chun J  intended to say : ���������_  "The  Chinese government. regrets''  that Baron Von Ketteler was,killed,"  but the German government dictated-'  the following form: -  "The Chinese government begs pardon for tbe murder of the German  minister, Baron Von Ketteler."'.  The Chinese in Base! are trying to '  give the case inUrnational prominenca  by emphasizing the fact thatone of the  dignitaries selected for prostration waa  made a baronet byQueen - Victoria,  while another has the cross of the  legion of honor.  ���������J. B. Cressman, the Art Tailor, haa  received bis first shipment of fall  goods.  -\\ ^ttclstoHt %mh\ ami ^nilwai  Published liy  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing; Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON.    .  Mnnnglni; 1-irccior.  i the  Shut the Door.  A Chicago railioad, liiuling itself  tied up for engineers, ���������advertised for  men to'ltll the. vacancies. This advertisement cam.: beneath llie eye ol'an  old fellow who was running a saw  mill engine up in lhe woods of Wis-  eonsin. The old man was getting only  $1 per day- and biiurd, and S-> ������ day  oll'ei-ed by llie rail way looked particularly alluring,    ile reasoned to himself  A    Semi-Weekly Journnl   -mlili.-heil  liitere.-iaot the railway men. inlniiiK mon ninl | i\ini ,*ui engine was .in eng  hucinefs men of the West.  lliivs uf l'liljllo.uioii  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVKK1ISISG  11ATK*!.  Display ads.,$1.50 per inch; siiii'-' ccilninii,  K per inch when inserted on li'le l������.l*,e  Legal ads., 10 cents per in������h (noiipnrli-1)- nne  for iir.-t insertion; 5 cents for i*m*li ikWuioiiiiI  insertion. Local notices ll) eenl- i-i-: l.'i" eneli  ia-ue. litrth, Marriage and lJeiiln Nullee.-  frce.  SCIlSCRll-TIOX BATI'.**1.  Bv manor ca-rler. fi per niiiiiun; <l.-~' '������������������''  six "uionthh, strictly in lulvunc*-.*.  om*. jou PEi'.iinnnsi'.  I*, one of the host equipped prliilinttril-li'i"* ���������"  lhe Weil anil prepared to cxi-cnu* nil kind*, m  priiuliii; fn firsteluis style nl liniii**,t pries.  Om* price to nil. No job Km lui'*:** -none J'"1  .-mail���������for ns. Mail nnlcrs proinpilv iilieiMlcil  io.   Given** a trial on yoiirne.M order.  to coiii'.nsrosuKNi*'.  We  Invite  correspondence on nny Mil-ji'cl  of iiitcrct to the general puhlic.     In nil c *  the bona llilennmi* of th������S writer niii-t nciiom-  paiiv mnnuseript, hut not ncce*--*irliy lor  l>ulillcation.  Addrcs.*. nil communication*, lo llie .'Iiinm-cr.  Ncnp i: io nii:ni>i'o.*>'i'i'..*-T-.  corre-i������oinh'iicc    liiif-l    *m  l.'Slhly  1���������All      - , .-  -  written on one *-i������lc of the pnper only  ���������i.���������Correspondence conininiii*; |*cr*niml  matter mu-,1 l.etljjued with llie proper niiiiiu  ofthe writer.  (',. ... GliOGAN, Editor.  WliDXIiSDAY,   At'lll'ST   I.   1������01.  A GREAT LESSON.  The news of the terniination of ihe  Trackmen's strike has given general  satisfaction to all classes of the community. One noticeable feature is the  big lift in public estimation whicli the  affair has given to the trackmen themselves. They have proved that their  occupation must in future be distinctly  classed as skilled labor. The company  found itself as powerless to hire competent section hands at a moment's  notice as it would be to engage at a  pinch competent engineers. The stiike  has heen a great lesson in tliis respect  and one may be quite sure tli.it it will  be along time before it will bu found  necessary to repeat it. And in the  second place the orderly and dignified  altitude maintained by the trackmen  throughout the'whole progress of the  strike has won them the cordial respect  of their fellow employes and of the  public generally. They have come out  with Uying colors. In future they will  - take their place in line with tlie other  great railway brotherhoods as men  tried and approved and no douht they  will in course of time gradually reap  the full benefits of organization which  has placed other railway employes so  far ahead of them in wage earning  power and. in other desirable ways,  It must not be forgotten that there  was a time in the history of railroading  on this continent when an engineer  and a section foremen received the  same wages. The practical result of  organization- is shouted fiom tlie  housetops in the difference in their  respective rates of pay and positions in  the railway service today. Organization is the price ot" ultimate victory.  Experience show's that tiie price is well  worth paying.".  '  tie and that  a man who could keep one going in a  lumber camp would have no trouble in  handling a locomotive, so hu packed  up his meagre belongings and lit out  for Ihe ollice of the railroad manager  in Chicago.  ������������������What road have you ever worked  on?" ijuuried lhe manager when the  Wisconsin Hindi* his appearance.  ������������������Oil. the MiUepu.'tle A: Sheboygan,"  replied (lie old man. remembering Hint  Ibis wits thc road Ihal ran by his I'oi-  mersawmill camp.  ������������������All light," responded lhe managei  ������������������You go down to thc round hou.-e and  report for duly, telling the master  meiluinii: that 1 sent you.  In due time old Wisconsin reported  for duty, and the master mechanic  luld him hi: could get right In work b>  running "that en^ino over there inn  lhe round house." .Mounting the eight-  wheeler, old Wisconsin opened the  throtlliMiiitl wilh a snort she pitched  inlo the yawning doorway. Old Wisconsin hadn't expeeled so inueh  alacrity on the engine's purl, nud he  was pretty badly ���������.cared, but bel'ou*  she hit the wall on tlie olher side be  managed lo reverse her. and wilh  another snort, she backed out on the  siding- I'leru old Wisconsin threw  her over for tlie second lime and once  more she enlured ibis round house,  nnly lo come reeling back, when, to  save tin* house he gave her the lever  All this time lhe master mechanic had  been watching tlie performance with  mingled indignation and amazement.  As the engine came by him for tin;  second time he shouted: "Here, you  blank blank, why don't you house that  locomotive?"  Sticking bis bond nut of the cab window old "Wisconsin shouted hack with  equal indi'-'nation:    ''I  Lardeau Valley Mines.  The Lardeau Valley mines is a development syndicate formed for tlie purpose of opening up a group of claims  on Teiulerl'i ot creek, about s x miles  from tlie new townsite of Twin Kails,  which the.-Canadian Pacilic Railway  Company, has just put on the market.  The stock iu llie syndicate is held in  Rossland, Spokano and Sweden and  the property which it purposes to  develop consists of six or seven claims.  Up Id dale there, has not been very  much done on ths property, but the  section appears to be traversed by a  series of quartz and galena ledges, all  of wliich give good assays from thi-  croppings.  SPACE RESERVED FOR  yon d���������n fool: why in h*  shut the door."  it her in twice  -1   didii t you  Fatal Collision at Guelph Junction  A I'alal I'olli-iiun occurred on the Cl.  I'. K. ai. (Iiiel|ih Junction Friday  morning. A fivighl train driven by  Engineer W. XV. Jones, of Toronto  Junclion, was coming east, hut owing  Lo a heavy fog, resulting from last  night's deluge, of rain, Jones -was  unable lo see the freight, train ahead  of him. and crashed into Hie rear car.  The oilier member.-, of the crew  jumped, but Jones stayed at tlie post  and was fatally injured. His right  fool was severed from his leg, and  lalal internal injuries were .siislained.  He was brought to Toronto and died  ill Hie hospital. Tlie rolling stock  was damaged lo the extent of $."il>.(KI(>.  "    BUSINESS  MENTION  ���������Ruy  your  at Bew's Drug  children's scliool books  Store.  . NOTICE.  Notice that T-xxc month after date r intend to  upply to the Chief Commissioner of I ands and  Works for I'-.-riiili.iioii to purchase :l-2D acres of  liuid situiue on Hie Northeast Ann of Arrow  Lake, in the district of Weat Kootenav, Jl. C,  and described as follows: Comiiieneiiu* at a  post planted on the north shore of tlio iN'orth-  castArm of Upper Arrow Lake, ^iicliains southwest of the mouth of lllg Creek and marked  "J'red Kootnson's Southwest corner; thence  norih'JO chains; tlicnce east M chains; thence  south -ill clniins; tlienee west following the  nortli shore of niiil Arrow Lake SU chains to  the pointof commencement.  bated lath Julv, KWl  uly ai-1 mo.  jy-20-lm.  "Fred, lt  IIOBSON'S CHOICE.  J. C. Brown of New Westminster is  as tlie Vancouver World very neatly  put it "all right." That is to say be  has got the cabinet .seat neceas.iry lo  -eomplete-his=h.ippitiess���������T-h.a-lnaULime.  Mr. Brown was- finance minister he  succeeded lhat brilliant light of the  late unlamented'Murlin cabinet. Uory  S. Ryder. That'was the comic opera  of politics. Now it is the legitimate  drama. What it "all means, what  reasons can have inclined a premier,  with a majority at his back like Mr.  Dunsmuir has, to select a colleague  from the opposition, what advantage  be expects to gain by placating the  half dozen or so of Mr. Martin'.-  oiloweis at the risk of di<gi iiiitiing  twice that number of liis own sup-  potters ine matters which -it this  di.-Uncc from tbe scene of the shuffle  no feller can be expected to understand. As any definit<* pl.ttfoim on  either side is at pi'"������eut di.-tir.ctly  invisible to the naked eye and in fact  it is becoming difficult lo clearly discern which is government and which  is opposition, it ssems to the Hi-:i:at.ii  that the paramount consideration for  any man of sense is the welfate of this  constituency " towinds- whicli tin-  powers that be in Victoiia at pri'.-erit.  have shewn themselves very libeially  disposed. "There is -nothing in the  makeup of Any possible cabal among  those hitherto classed as Mr. Dim**-  luuir's supporters against his leadership on account of Mr. Brown's  appointment as finance minister, which  would lead anybody to suppose lliat  tbe province would be any belter oif  in their bands than it is in those of the  present administration.  Notice.  The  Vancouver  Reception?  Tlie .Mayor is in receipt of lhe following communication from Thos.  Taylor, M.I'.P. :   -  Trout Lake, B. C, Aug. 30, 1S131.  XX'. M. Buowx, Esq.,  Mayor, Oily of Revelstoke.  DHAJtSiu:  1 havo just had an interview with  Mr. W. B. I'ool, in which be outlined  to me your plan of action in  connection with the reception of T. R.  II. the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall  and York on the occasion of theii* visit  to Vancouver. .May 1 be permitted to  express my appreciation of the programme yon propose to adopt and to  offer you any assistance ii*. my power  tuwnids bringing your pians to a  successful issue.  I remain,   ,  Yours very truly,  Thomas Tayi.ois.  Satisfactory Terms.  A 31 mil real de-patch of the :S()ih  says :  "While the exact terms of tlio sell lenient* has not yet been made public,  it announced that tlu; trackmen's  organization -will receive full- recognition: that the strikers not guilty  of crime will lie reinstated in their  former positions and dwellings: thai  trackmen suspended or discharged  will have the right of appeal from  the decision of their immediate superiors: that section housekeepers will be  furnished with transportation to market towns for supplies: that trackmen  will be given holidays and tivmsporta- i '���������''*" take**! dollar- for it.  ���������-J. B. Grossman, the Art Tailor, has  received bis first shipment of fall  goods,  ���������The latest in fall suilings for Indies  and gentlemen, are now to hand at 3.  B. Grossman's McKenzie Avc.  ���������Now ready The Union and Out-  Special cigais at the Union Cigar  factory. Slock and Workmanship  guaranteed,  ���������Send in your orders for The Union  and Our Special cigars to the Union  Cigar Factory. Stock and workmanship guaranteed.  SPACE RESERVED FOR  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  Revelstoke  Station.  Hardware, Etc  ,v=0^  1'UKD. JIOBIXSuX,  0. lt. Skene, Agent  SO I Id*, is I erehy given that 1.0 davs afier  d-ite I Intend lo apply tu the Chief Oommis-  sionei* of Lands nud Works for permission to  purchase the following clcscriUeii Inml-coni-  ineiiciiu' nt Southwest corner nf Lot :j.v0.">.  Minuted on l-'i.-h Itiver. Lardeau, West Kootenay, thenee half a mile east, thenco one-eiehth  om mile south, thenee half ������ mile west, thence  one-eialiih of a mile north lo place of commencement, and continuing -III acres.  JjW-l.ocau.-il -Jlst .lune, mul.  J)i;-!iiii-w COliV .MEN'IIENICK.  NOTICE  "NOTICK Is hereby given that at the expiration of thirty <la\.-. I shall applv to the Honorable llie i;luef Commissioner' of Lands and  Worli*. lor peruiis-ioti to purchase ICO acre.1* of  laud iu the Di-trict oi Wc-t Kootenay described as follow--: Commencing at a post  planted about two chains in a north westerlv  direction from the point where Kish Creek  trail n.-o-se-Meuiiiniilck Creek and marked.  ���������'J. lt. JleKen-tie's north west cr.rner." ihcnce  south Iti chain*;, thence east II) chains, thence  north 10 chains, thenee west 10 chaifis to the  pointof commencement,  tinted tin.- Cth Julv 1501.  ' j. b. Mckenzie.  JulySl I m.  linn   under   certain    conditions,   audi.  WHEEL FOR SALE  On --ale one new" K-'i Columbia chain bicvcle.  -.ii ....... ,-..,.,-..   .__ ,t  Apply IlEtuLD Oflice.  other minor concc*-  lulvauce in wages,  ���������-ions  was  Xo furl hei  secured   than  (  ���������L-idies'nXavy,   Blue     and     Whit  Silkaline   Costumes.      Regular    price  - S7.30���������at $3."������.   Reid & Young.  last .1 une.  Xlr. Wil-on, president of the Hiotii-  erhood of American Triwkmen. said  that lie cou-idered Ihe .settlement vei-y  sati=f:u*tory. "Theeoinpany." lie -aid.  "had dealt very generously with the  men in regard lo reinsiatemf.Mil., n������ all  not. convicted of   crime   mn   to he k;-  I instated in lheir former po-aliuii**,   ;u*d '.  I dwelling.*-- within two weeks.  We have :  the hoard of adjust mem,   of   the   rall-  i way trainmen lo thank for j-onie very  importanr ron'T���������M--ns .-o>'tu���������d from  the'"iiipany. When \\v imiiic l;r-t*e  mi- realized that si pikes* wereexpen-ivn  ami undi.'siiHlilt; and ivcvi' nnxlmi-i to  confer' with tile oniei,i|s for tlie |itir-  pnse of di.-ii-uss.ing lhe matter from the  standpoint of rr-n-on and ill-lice, ft,  i-i hoped, however, that after this experience thu company will conclude  t_li.it it is Iietter for employer and  einplovo to ' u*,-is.'in together and find  out what is right than to encourage, a  ���������,!i.������.pcn<iion of work. As head ofthe  trackmen'.** organization. 1 consider it  my duty to do all in my power to  cultivat': harmonious relations lic-  tween the officials and tho men which  ir, essential to improved service."  Mr. Wilson said that the statement  that an .'is.-,c*.-><in;(*nt of $20,000 had  lieen made on the strikers for the ex-  pen.-e**, of the strike was absolutely  false. No asses-Miicni whatever lins  heen made . The expense of the strike  was ,-i inept.- trifle, not amounting to  over :*>10,000, and would lie home Wythe grand division of Hie limlh:*r-  Iiood.  (,'iiairmnn Unnoii and I he other  mciiiliei.s of the commit lee expressed  themselves as satisfied with llio sct-  I lenient. They consider the concessions granted are as liberal as could  hf-'expectcd. They all feel v-ry grateful! o the trainmen, whom they con-  side:* have been solely icsponsible tor  bringing about the agreement.  Avenue.  reside!!!**  FCR SALE.  ���������f'c^TTir-n'iT'ft'i���������pF^^f���������^T;^^y-u7I::���������^r^ICKen"Z^U"  Three   Lot*  xwxt  to Dr. Mel-.eh.ri'5  .   Aj.ply io J. M. Scott.  Notice  to   Preemptors   of  Cr&wn Lands.  REVELSTOKE  Stsaw  Laundry Co.'y.  The attention of I're-cmptors of Crown Lands  is herein- called to an amendment to tho '-Land  Act," passed at the last session of the Legislature, which provides as follows, viz:  "il. I're-emptors of Crown Lands, whether  iu arrears iir payment of instalments of  purchase inonev or not, who at the time of  coiulUK into force of this Act have obtained  Certificates of Improvement, orwho shall have  obtained Ceitillcaies of Improvement within  twelve months thereafter, shall on conforming  wilh the provisions of the "Land Act," except  as herebv altered, be entitled to' outain Crown  grants ol their pre-emption claims upon com-  plclini; pavmoiit.s of purchase money at the  rate of seventy-live cents per acre, and-Crowii  Orant fees, which payments may be made as  follows:  " Twentv-five cents per acre on before the  31st day of"December, l'JUl;  ���������' Twentv-live cents per acre on or before the  30th davoi June, 1902;  " and the remaining���������  " Twentv-five cents per acre on or before the  31st day of December, 1902," and without any  further payment of interest,"  W. S. GORE, _  Deputy off ��������� nils and Works.  Lands and Works, Depart    ent,"  Victoria, 11. C 1st June   1901.  c***������___������  Government Distribution of Stumping  PjwJjr.  FARMERS desirous of being supplied with  Blasting l'owder at cost price, for clearing  land, cau obtain blank forms of requisition  from tlie Secretaries oi the Farmers Institutes  as follows :  Henry Hills, Sec'y, Alberni Farmers'  Institute, Alberni.  J. A. Ilulllday, Sec'y, Comox Farmers'  Institute, Sandwich.  John Stewart.  Sec'y, Xanaimo-Cedar Farm-  ers Institute, Stark's Crossing, Nanaimo.  -v II.de M. Mellln, Sec'y, Cowichnii Farmers'  situtc, Soineno*!. ,  j H. Smart, Sec'y, lletchosln Farmers'  Institute. Metchosin. ,  C- K. King, Sei'v Victoria Farmers' Institute,  Cedar Hill.  K. Walter, Sec'y, Islands Farmers' Institute,  Ganges Harbor.  -i   E. A. Brown, Sec'y, Delta Farmer.*,' Institute,*  i.adner.        " . ,      ,  II. Dose, Sec'y, Surrey >armors' Institute,  Surrey Centre.'  A.H.V. Mathew, Sec'y Langley Farmers'  Institute, Langley. *  \lex. I'hllip, Sec'y, Richmond Farmers'  Institute, Vancouver. < ���������  A. M. Verehere, Sec'y, Mission Farmers'  Institute, Mission City. *"  G. v.. Chadsey, Sec'y Chilllwack Farmers'  Institute, Chilliwaek.  Wm.  Green, Sec'y, Kent Farmers'Institute,  assf  i FOR SALE  '.     Ilw* City of i'evcistokf ha������ ix qtinntityof wire  i n*'Til:.i; and iv.ard-, u^i-d  In  the construction  f thc !���������������**: I.ou-*- fence for sale.   Apply C h,'  n\*v, i i*v rk-r-c.  July :;,! if  Order Your  Printing  from thc       ������  HERALD  ---Printers  - of  ---F'inii  --Office  ���������Stationery.  "Including  T.ICTTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENSS  BILL HEADS  NOTE  HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER   ,  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY!  Herald Job Officei  FRONT STREET.  j M"\Veb������ter. Sec'y Maple Ridge Farmers'  In**'titutc, Websters Corners.  John Ball, See'y, Matsqui Fanners' Institute, Abbotsfnrd.   '  A.11. Crichton, Sec'y Osoyoos Farmers'  Insttute. Kelowna. ...������  W f. Hor.sley, Sec'y, Spallumchcen farmers'  In������itiite. Armstrong.  rf-M. McGuire, Sec'y.'Salmon Arm limners'  Institute,Salmon Arm.  j. ������.Smith, See'y Kamloops Farmers' Insll-  tui������\ Kamloops. ' *  II Ver.-r  Hodges. Sec'y, OVanagan V armors'  Inst.lu.c.'Vernn,,..,. R. ASDERHOS.  Deputy Minister ol Agriculture,  IlopartKi'-nt of Agriculture,  Victoria, H. C. M"T ������. IM'-  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  '  Revelstoke  to give substantial  reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  .   In   exchange we offer to  give iogood reasons why j  Chinese laundries should  *, not be patronized. t..  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  *  Columbia House!  Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.    A good Bar. well supplied with  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets AH Trains.  :     Props. I  <*!���������  *���������_���������  ������ Brown & Pool   :  * -X-��������� -   fr  *ww***********************w*********1.*********������*q.  Ij.RMcLebd  Confectioner and Grocer  Fresh Eggs  Butter i  ^ ��������� Vegetables  " always on hand.  Ice Cream  Home Made Candies |  a specialty.  iw-j-y.^r.a'fra'-^r.r**-**^  A GOOD  NAME...  Is better than riches   ....  We have the name ol making  the only Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for durability and quality  thoy also excel.  .TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICK.  Trenrfu-ril Miniwt claim, iltuate in Ihe  Lardeau Mlniu_f Division of West Kootenay  llistrict.  Where located: On Lexington Mountain,  near Pool Creek bridge.  Take Notice that I, K. C. Orecn, of Nelf-nn,  actlnif as a^ent for the " Imperial Ilevelnp-  ment :-vndicate_ I.lj.ilted." Free .Miner'a  Certificate Nu. B-W.O-ll.imciid, cixty days from  thc date hereof, to apply to the .Miuinit  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for tae |>uri-o<<������ of obtaining aCro-A.-i Grant of  the above claim,  ' A:?, further take notice that action, under  Section 117, must be commenced liefore the  tKiuariceof inch Certificate of Improvements.  Hated this twentieth day o! June, 1501.  f.t. GB.KKS,  1*. J.. 8.  FOR SALE.  About W hciul of cnttlo, Iii pigs,  horses, hnrricss, wagon, .ilcigli. bngfjy.  two mowers, rake, plow and harness,  cream sepfirator, churn, liutter  worker, tools, eto.  To be sold ������11 together, and, if desired, with a leiiBo of the place antl the  privilege of buying with immediate  possession if necessary.  F. W. COLLIN,  jy-27-lm Enderby B. C.  SPRING and SUMMER  Millihery  The Latest and Mo������t  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  Madison   Millinery  Parlors.  Misses Shepard &Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oa'23  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  P..'-BURNS & GO'Y.  Wholesale and Retail-Dealers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK. ,  Ml). TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  H.Q. PARSON  WHOLESALE  Wine and  -   -.- 1- 1 /V <������ _/V ���������**    -   ..*���������_���������_.���������  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcel?, baggage, etc.  lo any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  * All orders left at R. M. Smythe'* Tobacco  Store, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  attention.  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly Ailed.  "HEMS!. KBYBBKPOHB," B.������.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC...  ���������AND:  "Sooline"  IMPERIAL  LIMITED  , Starting June ioth,  will make the run from Coast to  Coast in  y - Cheap Rates  Now In Effect to ths  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION-  T. W. Bradshaw;  Agent  Kevelstoke.  J, E. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancourer.  A. N. SMITH  BAKER, CONFECTIONER,  and caterer Etc.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a' day.  Monthly' Rate.  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty,  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  P. O. Box  132.  Revelstoke, B.C ���������  Wi  "X,  tf/          rt    $  i|%r I"  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in the Hrst rank cf Journals in tliis  Province. Its mining-, telegraphic and local news  is gathered froin 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  but to any shrewd businessman' the advantages  which it thus offers as an advertising medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.  $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE  ��������� It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does more business with those  requiring Printed Stationery and office supplies  than any other Printing Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries.  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work entrusted to THE HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  disposal. THE HERALD does not claim to be the  _onl:y^printing-:hO:Use-in^the-.districtjJbut^it^does.  claim to be      -"'���������''  And in a position to, give as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can bs given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia. Write for Samples of Printing. Allwork  turned out promptly. One price to al]. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail. .  Printed and Published by  The Revelstoke Heral  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSQN, Managing Director.  taWam  i-xrw.w^y&mviavmriw*^  LSGAL  I JM. SCOTT   II. A., I.1..H.  Barrister,      Solicitor,    .Votary    Put, lit*,  McKenzie Avenue, Kc\(.l*,lol.e f-tniiun.  Money lo lonn.  Certificate  of Improvements  Ktc,  T-TAUVEY, M'CAI'.Ti:'*'. <t PIXKIIAM  Barrister1*. Solicitor*-, Kle.  Solicilors for Imperial Haul: oi Canada.  Company minis to loan titt\ percent.  lrii:si' S'iin:r.T, Kevelstoke Million, u. c.  MEDICAL.  J    W.CKOSS,    Ollice:     Mackenzie A venue,  Revelsloke. II. ('  .SUKli*'.<J.\- TO TIIK C. 1'. 11,  Health Ollicer, City of Kevelsioke.  CHURCHES  Mirrnuni.sT ciiriicii, itr.riii-siuki:.  l-ienehiu;.; services at 11 a. in. and 7:"U p. in  Class mociin*.; at the close ol tlu; iiioiiiiiik  scrweo. Hnbbalh Schro.nnil Bible Class at :i:i!'i  Weeklv 1'raver Mcciiuk every Wednesday  evcnnin nt 7:*!0. The public arc cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Itev. C. Lai).\'i:k, l'nstor.  sr. riimis ciiukcii, anhmcas*.  ISIcht ii.m., Holy Kucharist; 11 n.iu., innlins,  '.ItaiLV ami --enniui (Holy KuelmrKt  Hr-i Sun-  dav  Ih lhe liinnlh); !i::io   Sunday   school, or  children's service; 7::'.n i:ven*-unt,' (cliorall and  sermon,   llolv  Davs���������Thu  Holy   l-.m-liiirlsi i-  celebralcd nt 7 a.m. or S a.m , as nimoimccd.  llolv Baptism after .sunday School n 1:1:1,1.  c. A. i*noci;Nii:i:, Hector.  NOTICK  "Dot.'i." "J'helnin" .'iii'l "Clara"  mineral claims situate in llu* Lai-dean  .Mining Division ol West Kootenay  Di-lricl.  Where located: Along Pool Cieek  .���������ilionl   t, mile above luiilgi*.  TAK'H NOTICIC th.a 1, F. C. Green,  of Nelson, acting ns agent for 13. E.  Clnivc, Free Mind's Cei tificate No. H.  .">()l)72, inLi'iiil. sixty il.iys fioni the*, dale  lu'i'i'of lo npplv lo lhu .Mining K-'tbrd-  i*r for cei I i tit ;i t'l-*- if improvement**, for  llie pnrpo.-e of (jlit.lining Ciown  grains ot tlio above I'l.iiin*-.  And liuilier take notice that  nclion.  .mder section !i7. iiiu=-t In*   lomineuri-d  before I hi: issuance of silt It  certificate***  of improvements.  Dated this 1st iluv of .lune 1001.  F. C. UliliEX.  Great Northern Wreck.  K.u.isi'Ei.r., Montana, August .'31.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  i*iii:<iiiyti:i:i in ciiukcii.  fervice everv Snmliiy at 11 n.m. and 7:"0 p.in.  lo ttlili'li nil n'ri* welcome.      1'iayer niceltiiK nl  ���������in. in. cvei v Wednesday.  i:::v. iv. o. CAi.m:it. 1'iislnr.  HUMAN CArllOl.ll' Cllt'lK.'ll.  Mass. nt  initio a. in .   on   Ilrst,   second  and  fourth Sundays In llieinoiith.  hi:v.   i'atiii:ii  IIUVKIt.  M  Slreet.  sai.vaiio.*:  AllMV.  tinj; every night In their  Hull un  Trout  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26,  Revelstoke,  B. C.  Meets uvi'i'v Wi'ilni'.sil.'iv in  Oddfellows'" I lull ntS o'clock  VisUing Knights invilcil.  L. ll. Buck, O. O.    :    :    :   :    :   :  :    : F. B. Lewis,  IC. Ol*- R. Si H.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Kcfiulnr meetings lire held  in  the  r-S      Oddfellow's Hull on  Ihe Third  l-'i-i-  j-_    day of eneli inontli, at 8 n.in. sharp.  -tf    Visiting hrethren cordially invited  TII03. STEER, W.M.  W. G. BIIINEY, ltcc-Scc.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  ~      AND ASSAYER.  Itoval School of Mines, London.    Seven  years  at 'Morfn   Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Chief  Chcmibt  to Wigan Conl nnd  Iron Co.,  Eng.  I.ate Chemist nnd Assnvcr, Hull Mines, Lid.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mining Enoinkeh,  Member American Institute Mining Engineers  Member Canadian Mining Institute.  KEVELSTOKE, B. C. '  Examination of nnd reports on Mineral  properties a specially.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourtl,  Tuesdays of each month; White Rose Degree  meets third Tuesdny of each quarter, 111 Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON, HY. EIIWAKIIS,  President. Secretary.  H.  EDWARDS  -*  - TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Iie.-.aired.  JUST EAST OF  l'RESUYTERIAN   CHURCH;  Tliinl Street.  Inspection    ' of      Metalliferous  ��������� "-1���������-Mines- -^���������^  INSI'ECTOnS' DISTRICTS.  "Clioli.'t" "Tnscoti" nntl G. V. (Fr.ic-  lionnl Minernl Clniins situate, in the  I/ude.ui Mining Division of Weal  Knnlenay Dislricl,  Wlu.'1'i' located: On Lexington  .Mouninin Kniilh West of Eva mine.  Tuki* notici* llinl I. F. C. Green, nf  Ni'lson, nrling .-is ,*i!_:*'!il for Andrew F.  Ho-onlim-get'. I'-. M. O. I!. ;"HKiSt nntl  tin: Impel ial I)i*vi-lopnii*nt .Sviiilie.ile.  Limited. Free Mini'i-'s Certilieato No.  \i, '2'2'Hli, inK-nil, sixly days fioni the  il.'ili* heieol, lo apply to the Mining  lU'couiur Inr cerlilicitt**- of iinprove-  mt'iils for lhc pin post* of oliuiinin^  Clown (jr.iiits nf tin* nliin-f il lims.  Anil furl her lake untied thai iiclion.  nuilei* section '31, must In* tommi'iici'il  lii'foii; llu* issii.inte of hiiuh  t*i_*i tiiiiMlcs  of ��������� III pi OVlHIIi'lllS.  D.ttetl this lit-bl il.-tv of .Jtim> UX)1.  F. O. Greek.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Jnkci" Mineral Claim, silu.ttp in  lhe liiirrluiiu Mining Division of West  Kooteiiiiy District,.  Whore loealeil : On Lexington  MoniiUtin iidjuihing Eva group on  Wesi.  'L'ltku nolico that T, F. O. Green, of  Nelson, acting as agent for tin* Iiiiper-  ial Development Hvmlicate Limited.  Free Miner's Certilicate No. B. 320IG.  inteiul, sixty days froin the d.itu hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a I'L'rlificale of improveinenls. for  the jmrpose of ohtaining a 0'ioivii  gr.tnl of the aliove claim.  And further take notici* that action,  under section 37. must he commenced  liefore the issuance of such cei lificale  of improvements.  Cited this lirsl dnv of Jiuio. 1001.  F. C. Green.  Certificate of ImDrovements  NOTICE.  "Imperial"' and "Balfour"', mineral  claims, situate in the Lardeau mining  division of West Jvnotenay district.  Where   located: On"   Lexington  mountain, south of the Eva mine.  Take notice thai 1, F. C. Green of  Nelson, acting as agent for J. J. Folev.  F. M. C. B. 320.18, Corv Menhen^k, F.  M. 0., B. 32.021 and John Breiinaiul.  ���������Fiee Miners Ccrli.lcati. No. B. 32037,  intend CO days from the date hereof, to  apply lo lhc Mining Recorder for  Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of ohtaining Crown Grants of  the ahove claims.  And further take notice,llialaction.  under section 37. must lie coinmeiiced  h.ifiire thu issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Daled lhis Sth d.iv of June,  110!}.  ".    F. C. GUEliN.  Tt is believed  lhat 3i>  lives  were  lost  .mil thirteen persons  weie injured  iu  the   wieck     last   night of    a  Great  Northern lailway   p-isatnger  train  at  Nyack, thirty miles wcat of Kalispell,  None, of the pasteiigt'is were injured,  lhe fatalities having lieen confined  to  employe* ot the road.   The special cat*  of assistitnt-gener.il siipeiiiiieiideiit II.  L. Downs and a day coach of laborers ���������  were demolished and  caught  fire and  burtied.     Sup^rintPiidciH Downs and  hi.- son weie instantly killed, and was  also their cook.     Many laborers  were  killed and   burned,   hut   the   number  c.fnuot   be   estimated.     The    sleeper  c.tughl fire, but il is tepoiteil that all  passengers got out   safely.    It   is  not  known    the    extent    or  number  of,  injured   among   llie   passengers.    All  the     physicians    in  Kalis-pell land  a  wrecking crew have been  sent   to the  scene  of   the   accident.   Ten   cars   of  shingles and other height, caught  fire,  which  added   lo   the   hoiror   uf   the  di-at*ter.    A  train loaded   wilh   dead  and injured u ill ai rive in a fuw hours.  Supei inletidcnl  Downs wa.s at    his  supper when Lhe can*, stiuck. and it   is  t lie general opinion of .ill thai he wilh  his  voting son  wete   instantly  killed  and thai lhey did noi .-uifi-r.  Conductor Matthews, who wits in  rhnrge ot lhe freight train, is almost,  ciazed with grief over the sail accident  and lhe trainmen are likewise affectedm  lie was in the ollico at Essex getting  01 tiers and bolh brakcnien were wilh  the engines. The air leaked, and the  train, being on steep grade, slipped  away without the train crew's knowledge, lt dashed down lhe mouninin  ai a tremendous rati, of speed, variously estimated from IT, to 100 miles an  hour. The laborers killed were from  Duluth and were coming wesi to .work  on the Jennings branch of the Great  Norlhein. They were iiiostly Scandinavians and Norwegians. The coroner  took charge of the reiiriins of the men  killed and brought them here. lie  will hold an inquest tomorrow to  determine tho tesponsibility of the  wreck.  St. Paul, August 31.���������Geneial Supt.  Ward gave  the  Associated  Press  the  following     statement:       About    S:30  o'clock ht->t evening, at Essex.  Mont.,  eighteen cars   broke   loose   from  the  rear end of the  freight train and ran -  down the hill sixteen   miles, to Nyack '  Station, where it overtook a passenger  irain,   which   was    just  starting  out    ���������  from that.-tition.    In the collision P.  T.   Downs,  assistant-genera!  superintendent, was killed, together with his -  sou, KiikT. Downs, his cook,  Henry  Blnir. and about 25 laborers, who were  moving west in a coach at lhe rear of '  the train.    None  of Lhe regular  pass-"  engers on the train were injured.    The    -  wreck look fire and the remains of all  except five of those killed were hurnecl  and   it   is.   therefore,   not   positively  known how many falalaties  resulted,  lu addition to those killed, 12 laborers-  and   brakeman   Burke  were  injured.  Mr. Downs entered the railway service ���������  April 1st. 1S0S, as a  brakeman   of the  Centra'. Vermont railroad.     In 1SSG he  became master of trains on a division  of the Louisville & Nashuille railroad,  and   after   holding   various   positions  with     various   Southern  A: Western  roads, entered the set vice of the Great -  Norlhein in 1S07.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  TII1'- Inspectors of Metalliferous mines are  hcrcliy assigned Uio followin*. as their i'o-|.ec*  live inspection Pi.slilcts with hcadi|iiarter-ns  noted. Such iisslcunient to take place from  June l.'illi. l'JOl. iiniil fm I her nolicc.  AltClllllAl.il PICK, Inspector.  llcndciuaricr*-.    I'l'iinl-rook.    ollice   ot  Deputy Mlnlni; Keeorder.  Inspection   llistrict whall    comprise   all   of  liast Kootenav and   also  Clout  Itiver nilnlii*,'  Division of West ICnntcniiy.  Ill iiilditlon   10  the  duties  ol  Inspector of  MctiiUifcrutis lollies, Mr, Hick will also actus  Inspector    of   Coal  Mines  within tin: hiune  Oisirict.  .lAMKS McfiKl-XIOlt, Inspector.  lleiulnutirtcrs, otlice of Mlnltn,*  Uecorder, Nelson.  Inspection llistrict shall comprise all of  West Kootenav except lloal I'.lvci Mining  IiIvIhIou aud nf-o the Ciraiid I'orln- mid Kellie  Itiver Mlnlni: Divisions of Vale District.  THOMAS MOItCAN, Iimpi-Plnr.  Ileiidriiiiirlcrs, Unvcriimcnl HnlMing)*,  Nniiiiliiio.  hr-rci'ilou District. Vancouver, Island ami  l.cm-l hi-lrlci.  .Mr. Mornan Is also Inspector ol Coal Mines  for this District.  Notice is hereby elvcn of such Inspection  Pl-lricts and that lu accordance with the  ���������'Inspection of Metalliferous Mines Act. 18117,"  anil Auiendlni; Act.**, iioiu-i* of accidents 10  employes liappenin** within any of such Districts "must lie promptly reported hoth totlie  Inspector of such District and ������il*-o to the  Minister uf Mine-.. Victoria.  In mines not included in the above Districts  miiniiKers will report, ludiipllcitte, to the  Minister of Mines direct, who, if heconsiders  it necessary, Mill assl*-u au "lii'-pcctnr 10  specially report.  IJlanlc'fornisupon whicli to make reports ������f  such   accidents   may   be  obtained   from  the  Inspector of  the  District, from   lhc   Mining  Keeorder, or upon application to this ollice.  IllUIIAIUI McllltllH*:,  Minister of Mines.  DcDArtmcut of Mines,  bin June, 1901.  "Blue Jay" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Lardeau mining division of West  Kooienay district.  Where   located: On   Lexington  Mountain  one-third of a mile south of  the 13va mine.  Take notice that 1. F. C. Green of  Nelson, acting as agent for Dan Mcintosh, Free Miner's Certificate No. B.  32010, intend 00 days from tin* <intt*  hereof, tn apply to the Minim:  live-older foi* a Cerl.ifiiMle of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining;.  Crown grant of llie above claim.  -^And-fiU'llie-i-lake iioiicL-thal���������aclionr  under section 37, mil***!, be (0i>;in������iK*i>d  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dat'.d this 1st day of Juno. Wll.  1'". C. C! It KE.v.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICK.  Certificate of Improvements  ietotioie.  '���������Tholnia'* (frarlionnl) .-nd "Canon"  (fraclioii'il) mineiiil claim-, -ituatein  the Lai'denu mining division of West  Kooienay district.  Wliere lociUeil: [On Pool crei k  adjoining lite Thelma and Dora min-  cml I'lnim-**.  Take notice that I, I*'. C. Ciern nf  Nelson, ncl ing as atreui for lhe Iinper-  ii.l Development .Svndicili*. L-mited.  l-'iee Miller'.-Ceitilic.itc No. P��������� S20I0.  intend 00 d.iv- fiom I he date in-icn!. liv  apply lo the Mining IletcJider I'm  cei'lillciile of improvements, fur the  purpose of obtaining Crown gr.mts of  the above claim*.  And further take notice that ncLinn.  iiinh'i' section 37. must be coin 111 ed  before tin: issuance of such certificate?  of iinprriveinontb-.   ,  Dated this first dnv nf June. 1001.  ''   F. C. Ghkek.  The Big Shay Engine.  Il was with a yisw to iucre.'tsing the  load oi empties that could be hauled"  up the mountain From Trail to Rossland at one trip that the C.uiadian  Pacific purchased the engiue known as  the Shay locqmoiive and so called  after its inventor. Il was built at  Lima. O., and has been in operation  on the Canadian Pacific io.nl since last'  fall. The locomotive is cat fied on two  I-wheeled_ .trucks, ..one   heneath the  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  " O. K." Mineral Claim, situate in the  Itcvelstokc Mining Division ol West Kootenay  District:  Where located:���������In Ground Hog Basin, en  McCullongh Creole. 1)  TAKE NOTICE that I, Clinrlcs F. Lindmark.  of Itcvelstokc, Freo Miner's Certificate No. B,  47900, intend, sixty davs from the dale hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  Section .17. must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this 8th day of August, A.D., 1001.  Aug 17 2m CHAS. F. LINJDMAKK.  Hospland mineral claim, situated in  the Lardeau Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  Where localed: On Lexington Mountain South of the Kva mine.  TAKE NOTICE thai I. F.C. Green,  of NeUou. acting as atreiit for Corv  Menhertick F. M. V. 13. 02 Ci21 and J. J*  Foley Free Miner's Ceilificate No. 13.  82,0!}f!. intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply totlie Mining Ret 01 der  for a certificate of impiovements. for  the purpose of obtaining a Ciown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,  mirier section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this 8th day of June 1001.  F. C. Greex.  front end of the boiler aiul the other  beneath the coa:-pocki*t, which is  ocnted immediately 10 She rear of -  the cab. The . water lend.-i* is carried,  on a single ttuck and seives only for. '  carrying waier, for whuh it has a  capacity of 2,900 gallons. The coal  box has a capacity of li tons. In place  of the customary tivo cylinders  beneath the smoke box, working  diiec't upon thu drive;*:, the engine  con-risls of thiee high-pressure cylin-  dun**, 15 inches diiiiin'lcr by 17 inches ������������������  -tnike, which an- icnitd upon the  right band si Jo, of the boiler at the  front end of the rail, mul are ai ranged  vertically above n longitudinal driving  shufl which extends the full length of  llu-engiue. This driving shaft, which  i. 0 inches iu di.nuclei-, is arranged in  sections, with I'.vn universal couplings  between each nf Ihe three trucks, the  arrangement being such as to give the ;  trucks full flexibility for taking the -  curves. The flexibility indeed is such  that the locomotive cm round with  ease-much sharper cm ves than with  the ordinal y type, and it is claimed it  is less liable to derailment. The  wheels* are all_ utilized as drivers. ���������  They are 40 inches in diameter, the  width of the tire, including the flange,  being 8 inches.  The total weight of the locomotive  I when in working 01 der is 112 tons���������  .1 weight which is only exceeued by a,  few of the latest locomotives built for  lhe ore carrying raihoa-ls of the east."  R?.sulls of operation show that as the  it'suit of her whole weight being  available for adhesion, and of the  advantage gained by being (feared  down in the ratio of 2 lo 1, this Ioco-_  motive will haul about twice the  load lhat can be hauled by the ordinary consolidations of the toad. The  speed, of course, is low on a grade of-  such a heavy character, the average  r-tte with a full load rn a 4 per cent,  erade. being about 10 miles an hour. ������������������  Trail Cieek News.  -it.  : {������&&,.  nn  am Jf-V  ->"-r*u'\  m  Si? .*>  ���������J     V   ^  ������������������������' -    '   *  *>-*/���������"  .���������*?���������*" '  JJT-  *H**l*i'*l*'l''M>l'^*__������j.j.*i.^.^.t..i.-..-l"l**i**t**l*'I*'t'  SCHOOL  .*;      ���������'���������'ALIi^tHl-: NKW  .*,**; 'editions at..  .*      -   ���������    ,y&f7f?r.  * Ganad&Drug & Book Co  .*.\- -kEVfeLSTOKK.  !������ A.     :-<-::r$-'"i  r* **********'.  ;ti;:&&A  tfrcayny gfuMiJAd/  <M<rrLeAjkr yfU& ^&JL^ ^MlA-V  ������/e<ay Ad AstUZSte^.tivs r/^S   CjM(y7vA^H>C  fu_ 'UrftAy/es ������&Jtt>-f &7L&Uy.  ������������������^^BORN.  Scott���������On|S"epf. 2nd. at HanIV. to Mr.  and MrkgiS.-.M.. - Scott a daughier  still b6i*'-U:..Y������?H'"          f. ���������   ���������   *l*Vv-^ t' ���������   I   Notes of News.  ���������On ,.��������� Mule i'one   large  cook   stove-  Cheap foi;;casli;'-' Apply Herald.  A new'hotel' for   Comaplix is contemplated.'" .-.!���������  EJ. Adair ' left for Liiforine creek  this morning. * .  AV. T3. Pool; has returned l<> town  from the Lardeuu.  Hon. J. Fred Hume wits in town on  Sunday, cn route to the west.  About 20 young people of Revelstoke  spent labor day at Arrowhead.  | |Dr.   CiUTiithers  has   been   away  in  Kelowna for the past few days.  dipt. D. Paul Hughes, secretary of  the Duquesne Mining Co. is in town.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Savage left for  their hoine*at, Kamloops this inoriiing* .  C. T. Diamond, manager of the  Kootenay Lumber Co.'s store at Comaplix, was in town yesterday.  ���������The new,./fall importations of  millinery, etc.','have arrived at Misses  Sheppard &'Bell, Madison Parlors.  Miss Valentine, of the Canada, Drug  & Book Co., Spent Sunday and Monday with friends'at Thompson's Landing.  Lost.���������A pair of white silk evening  gloves at.fhe opera house. Finder  ���������will please leave them at the Herald  office. ���������  W.vXTED-j-A- few good carpenters  wanted at. once to work on bank  building at Golden. Apply J. Kernaghan, Golden:"     ; Sept. I. 21.  3. Kernaghaii has gone up to Golden  to start on his contract for the erection  of ;i building to' ho occupied by the  Imperial Ban_C  Morray' _ Pettipiece, late of the  Herald-staif,' left for Ferguson this  morning ��������� to accept a position on the  "Ferguson Eagle.  il. M. Doyle returned from a visit to  J. G. ''"Webster's ranch near Vernon  lhis morning. ; He thinks they have  God's country over there for sure.  The Canadian mineral   exhibit  now  at the Glasgow"exhibition may at   the.  close   of ' the "fair    be     pciiiiuneiiUy  transferrod to the  Imperial   Institute.  "o.-.''  XV. ELirkup has returned from  Toronto 'and is expecting tlie arrival  of some int-ending'investors from the  east to go _'iip with him lo French  creek.      :  The No. 2 was. delayed today and  telegraph'communication was interrupted with the west yesterday and  this uiornit'sr'by a fire in a tunnel near  Spnzziini. '  */ , - - .  Arrangements are being made for a  Revelstoke "-'cricket team to go to  Kelowna on the 20th. Lhe date of the  fair there and - play tbe Kelowna  eleven.      . - -    ' .  E. McCarthy, one of Itcginu's most  proniiiient.business men, and a brother  of D.  McCarthy,-of  this  place,   is   in  AV. Bauer, surveyor, came down  Ironi Keystone Mountain on Monday,  al'Ler completing the survey of several  claims up ibere. During his stay up  tliere he formed a very high opinion  of the mineral resources of the Keystone camp.  .1. Kernaghan is progressing favorably with his contract lo move I hi*  machinery from the Tangier ���������ml  Wnvci'ley mines to l.ho Albert Canyon  station. The road was all placed in  shape last Thursday and the Mrs;* load  has been hauled down from the  Tangier.  Hoy Loyst, P. Burns it Co's tliiviM*.  was hurt today, whilst riding round  for orders. The horse reared .'ind fell  back over wilh him. The born of the  saddle struck Mr. Loyst in the chest.  Forlunalely however his medical  atlendaiiUpronoimces his injuries not  to be serious and he will probably he  around again in a few days.  Sam Sutherland, lhu well known  member of the Ferguson business linn  or McKinnon it Sutherland is at the  Hevolstoke snlVering Irom llie elVects  of a had sprain to his arm. He was  coming along the wagon road to the  Landing yesterday in company with  W. B. Pool, when near Staubert Lake  his horso fell and Mr. Sutherland  putting oilt his arm to save himself  received the above mentioned injured.  It will be remembered that some  time ago Chief .lust-ice McColl went to  Atlin to investigate charges against  Cold Commissioner Graham. "Word  comes from Victoria that those charges  have been investigated, and in   every  Carpets.   Curtains.   Linoleum.  To purchase everything you want in the  Clothing and Furnishing Lines from  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in the Compounding o  Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of experience and  training���������assure that degree of accuracy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Biing  your prescriptions here.  RED"CROSS DRUGSTORE  CO  tn  We buy from the hest Wholesalers.  Thc Quality of Our Stock is Excellent.  Our prices are reasonable.  Wc will open up in a few clays a perfect  Imported stock of  DRESS GOODS,   RIBBONS,   RUCS,   CARPETS,   INLAID   LINOLEUM  AND FLOOR CLOTH.  Imported from the best manufacturers in Scotland.  JLS.  Dress Goods, Gent's Furnishings  THE COMMERCIAL  CENTRE OF THE  TAYLOR BLOCK.  JleKenzie A\c  r. o. iiox -ec  TKLI'l-IIOXK -N'O.  101.  The Prospectors* Exchange  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C. [  Gold, Silver Lend mul Copper Mines wanted nt tlio _DUF*"Exehaii(,'e.  Free Milling Gold Properties wanted ai once Ior Eastern investors.  1'ariies htivii)������ mining property Ior sale are requested to send samples ot their ore  to tlie Kxeliniigu Ior l.xliibition.  ��������� All samples should bo sent by express Prepaid. Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to "   Gr   F    CURTTS       j ANDREW-F. ROSENBERGER,        Nelson, b.c.  iWtfij  *3 c&i-i. .vs-Jja \  LlViitiXA l&aA&Uf  eaP*M    X&* v*aa t*?K   crin i  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots %tS and $100  BOLE  AGENT.  KEVELSTOKE  B. C.  other the necessary live election of the.  now Ciihinet minister for New Wesl-  ministKi*.  \inong    politicians  the prospective  case all thai the  compliiiiiiints allegeil   pl.olnoLion oL* the   Nevv  Westminister  was misinterpretation of Uio law.    31 r.   politician while regarded as   bringing  Graham is one oi" the oldest and  most respected Provincial Government ollicials, and his many friends  in the interior will learn ol' the result  of the investigation with satisfaction.  Inland Sentinel.  -town-onii visUr-aL-i-oiiiiiaiiicil���������ljy-JIi-s*q-:r,*iriici*liiiiisi*'lf-  -McG'ii'thY. '  F. McCarty has received Lhe final  plans ot the'sl s. Kevelstoke. those for  the rudder irons from Capt. Troup.  He reports work on the boat as proceeding most satisfactorily.  X. H. Caeb-ir nnd Mr. Barlow are  down from the Ophir placer claim at  the mouth of McCullongh creek. The  woik done so far on the claim ha������ lieen  mainly of a prospecting ii.iluri*.  The contracts -on the Fi.-h CreeX  waggon road have lieen awanU-d.  Malcolm Beaton g<*t** llu* fit-it thiee  miles and E. L. Kininiti the fourth.  The total cost of the road i-* S.w.)*).  Manager Macbeth, of the Mol.-nn-  Bank returned on Monday evening-  from a vitit to the Lai deau. iJmmij  his absence Mr. Macln-lh visited the  Ophir Lade group, and the Fi*-h livi-r  c.iiup.  ���������Ox Sale. A quantity of Bicycle  .Fittings below cost. We want lo clear  out prior to opening up in our tn.-w  furniture husines-*. The very lati-.<*t  CychylineGas Bicycle Lunps for two  dollars.   John E. "Wood.  The trackmen'* committee here have  not yet leceived the. expected inni-  Ttinnication from, the'grievance committee in Montreal giving the details  ef the terms on wliich   the  stiike  was  declared oil.  . i i * -  31 lis. "Wilkes commenced the kindergarten term'- on Tuesday. She i.*,  taking the children in an apartment  in her own residence on Fimt St.  which has,,been furnished and ���������irrang-  ���������*d for the purpose.  Tlie American Group owned by  Abrahamson Bros has been bonded to  the Mountain Lion .Mining Co. for  810,000 payable, in SI OHO monthly  instalments and' 50.000 non-assessable  'tth-tres in the company.  Is to Suceed Mr. Turner as  Finance Minister in the Dunsmuir Cabinet.  IL is nndeistood that a successor to  Hon. J. II. Turner as Finance Minister  has been selected in the person of an  ex Finance Minister of the province,  and one of its veteran wai-horses, 3.  C. Blown, of New Westminster.  The choosing of a successor to Mr.  Turner has awaited the return of lhe  Premier, who it was understood was a  warm advocate of Mr. Brown's selection i'or the position. Other elements  in the cabinet were strenuously opposed to the advent of Mr. Brown, and  ti certain section ofj the government's  supporters, of which John Houston, of  Nelson, was. the spokesman, insisted  on tho appointment of K. F. Green.  M. P. P. for Slocan. .Mr. Green made  I wo or three trips to the Capital in  pursuance of this campaign, but the  absence of the Premier stood in the  way of anything being effected.  Another strung candidate for the  position was H. D. Iteliucken. senior  member for the city, and it was believed that he was the nominee of Mr.  to the government a member of tried  ability.'is likely to minimize the prestige of Mr. McBride on tlie lower  Mainland, and thus lead to friction  between the two ministers mentioned.  Indeed it is said that the minister from  Dewdney threatened to resign his portfolio if his Westminister coleague were  admitted to lhe executive council, but  his protests had no influence wilh the  premier, who insisted on having his  way, even if it cost him a vacant portfolio of mines.  Hon. XV. C. Wells was asked today  to conlirm the rumored selection of  Mr. Brown, bul declined to discuss the  matter.���������Victoria Times.  ho i*** about to vacate. Mt*. Urowi.'.-,  claims found a warm advocate nntl  sponsor, it is generally believed, in  Jos. Martin. M. P. P.. whn*.e strong  canvass for .Mr. Brown would seem to  have been .-ucces***l'u! with the  Premier.  The decision of the premier will  probably be communicated to the  member for New Westminster al once.  His selection will involve the government in two bye elections, namely one  for llie ci l.y of Victoria, to till the-eat  vacated bv lion. Mr.  Turner,  and  lbs*  Andy Craig of Thomson's Landing,  is in town today.  XV. McClelland, C. P"} tt. telegraph  lineman of Roger'.**, Pas*-, is in town to-  day.  ���������Send in your orders for The Union  and Our Special cigars to the Union  Cigar Factory. Stock and workmanship guaranteed.  This Space Reserved  for John E. Wood's  New Furniture Advt.  scar  irauss,  MINING  CONTRACTOR,  CAMBORNE, B. C.  All kinds of minincr contracts  taken .ind work exacnted in a  workmanlike manner.  PRICKS ON APPLICATION.  /������������������rr**.        sp<f  tf^-'i -y     <f_Tr^  -=���������**-.t:5__V. x-z-^������������ f** v  j������xt.  |>Sr"SSfeP^W  l^i������jiy^-^ixr.^.,i.^ei *6<^���������:-^i._������T_Sii>  Provincial Secretary's Office.  .I it  *   I )'-*i!.*liH!it-*.ovfrnor  -n-j,t lo inhke lliy io'.lit-.x-  '.XX  u .lewis  bros.  @ insurance, financial and real estate agents  <������������) Represent the following reliable Companies.  ihe-Pt'ovincial-Buildingand-toan���������AssbciationT^of'TorcfntoT  Hi-   i:  C'tunril h--" ''.*'������ it i*.  ! In;? Hfj;,t,.:iit(i, ni. ���������  2-llh AiiKir-l. l'������.J.  IV11.1.MU J������m -��������� '-.i.'-vr-, ol tin' '"Hv ���������.'. :������.-Im,ii, ! {  K-'j.iln-, In"pf'���������!"!- nl ffilicfx, to !>������������������ 0'.v.*rniii.*iit I  Aj;.*ni ni li.-v.-l-u-ik", nnd 10 p'-r'<������rni tin* *li*tl-*-* 1 (  nl ill- I'lliri-s twl'l   1-y Mr, V.'',. Kami m*r, n- j ^~ .  ���������"���������������������������' |Q3(  In-the  County   Court  of  Kootenay  The Canadian Biikbet-k Investmentniid Security Cn.,T  Tho B.C. Permanent Loan and Savings Company, of ^  The Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society.  The National AssiiranccCo., of Ireland.  The Phe.iix  Insurance* Co., of Brooklyn.  The Phoenix  insurance Co., of Jlartford.  The Queen Insurance Co., of America.  Tbe Kquitable  Life Assurance Society.  The Metropolitan Plate Gins  Insurance Co.  Agents for the Smelter Townsite.  Houses for Sale or Rent.  O. Drawer���������75. ._  oronto.  Varcouver.  FIRE.  FIRE.  FIRE.  FIRE.  FIRE.  LIFE.  ew  Sol������   Agents.  AND SKE TSIE BAttftATNS AT  GUY BAttBER'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers E5ros.' FEat Ware.  SPECIALTY.     WATCH. REPAIRING  L:irBCiui(l Well jjighted  Sum pic 'looms. x...  Hcntcil bv Hot Air and Electric  Hells and Light iu every room  Free ItnsMccN All .Trains  Jluitsmiiililii Itiucs ."   --.HOTBL  VIOTOBIA^  JOHN "V. PEUKS, Piioj'itiiSTOii  Nlylit  Grill Soisi in t'oiinection Ior the Convenience ol Guests  !lel"*lei.SHS?ela"l Station ^������^(fDst������^!! ,    Ua^c  ii  JOHN D������.SIBBALD,^^ia.  "i  ifim"  lior^    H1111H nu  OTHER  NEW BOOKS  A XII  SCHOOL   SUPPLIES  .\'ch'   and   attractive   designs   in  SCRIBBLERS  In th? matter  Ami in Ll)'1 nmltrr of lhc OMflHi A'JrnJuj'-  1 Tutor'*> Act.  rpon rcHfliinr :lu> allnlnUt r#f Thomiis  HullivAn ������-unrii tnof'lh of August. A,f������T I'.'-t).  It N Cflff't ttir\t Jjvnt.'t K<*rc������*������<in ^frnstrontr  Otliciiil A'lnimi^rrrtinr for ll;<- ���������faintly f.turt  ONtriPt of Ivo-fit-f-ifty-hfill f>*fl iuir.iliii������>irrt.tor ������������(  ill! Ami Jini^iliir tb'; iroo-*l> phrtti*"*, nn<lf relits  ;������f .Innn'i K-ns*1* 4">nlliva;i t\c(*:awI nud tliHtthi*  unlrr b������* ynih]l-h������'il in th������������ ittrvoWtokft Ilonti'l  now-uJi-tor for two rh-tuo^ thereof.  J. A. FOPJN". J.  ,\H p-pr-'on" having r-I-iims fi's.pMi^t tho -inid  Jami:-* ll'r-s "iillivan, DfCfn-^'d ur*; c*ctnlr"(\  lo-if-n*)! sniiv with pnrtir������I>ir'< i\n'i proof r.f  ������������������aiTn* to Juinc" P\ Arnr-trons, OITU'IhI A'Imini3-  iniior nt Fori St'"*!", R ( ��������� on -or h*pf*rir������������ the  loth day of Hvpt������'Tnbi������r. 1W1.  liK-r>. K. yU'CATiTrill,  ' Solicitor for A Irninistrator  OPERA HOUSE  -NIGHTS-  ���������3  N'ow on sale at  BEWS'   DRUG STORE  BROWN BLOCK.   Tlit,. 48.  TUESDAY, SEPT. 3.  THE   BIG    NEW   YORK  THEATRE  ^^     Up'inimr vrlth the I'AStoral Comcily y^  I Was She to Blame..'  Sp>:f*ml scenery and Acdi-")rlc*i  Popular Summer Prices:  1%, 35c and 50c  Seats at Canada Orug &  Book Co. 's Store.    ���������  Notice to Co-Owners.  TO P.IC'IIAlin .VCUUIDIII).  Under Mliiprnl Act 1807 mul amendments,  thereto, notice Is herehy xlvcn that we. I-diiI-c  [.(���������online flriiliHin hikI <lns I.iiiiiI. have pel-  forini'd nil the assessment work on the "Golilen  hii(*l<*" inliienil chilin, Bltuaic'il on the divide  I'Ctwi'cn French aud McCulloi'k Creeks, al the  h'-ii'l ol (iroiiiul Hor IlHsln in the lllg Uend  Iiislrict ol Went Kootenav, liicmcd 10th Hon.  temher, Ift'.'O and rccordei'l 21 .Septeinljcr, 1SIKI  nml that itlchiird McUlarmld the recorded  owner ol one-hnlIlliitcre.*it |ln said mineral  chilin has neiilened to do lilsKhnre of the  work or to pay for hinne for the yearn 3818.1809  1WI and 1W1 Notice Is hereby given to tiie  ������"���������>'' I'ichard JlcIHiirinld that nnlcis said  olia.'KCH are paid ivlthin ninety iliivsolthe  flrnt iinhllciitloiiol thlt notice weHhalf proceed  to r.'cord nnlil (lelliuinent lulcmst as provided  hy section 11 of the ".Mineral Act Amendment  Act, KH-0." .  Dated ut  RevelBtoke, II. 0��������� 6th August, 1901  r.���������. ,,..,������������������r������ | I'* I" (.IIAHA.M,  ''"   0l*ncr"|(Jl'������I.L*.VD.  REAL ESTATE���������  O.I'. II. TOWNSITE,  MAltA TOWN8ITK.  Flowers  $25  Reward  $25 will he paid hy the City ol Itevclstoke  for inforiniillon which will lend lo the arrest  and conviction of thc person or persons who  hroke the lire alarm boxes opposite Tappinn's  Theiitr.- mid the Cowan Block on the 28th  instant.  C. K. SHAW,   ,  / ������������������������������������.;.   : .; City Clerk  ..'i\'li      A  ..IN   About 00 healthy pUnU, includinir K-.iselilas  fieraiiimna, lleifoiifa*-, Ktc, from 2Bc un'  ward*. Call curly and Kd the choice. Sule  b������*8ln*< Monday, Aug. t2th. Store on  Miicken/.ie Avenue.  MRS. C. TURNRQSS.  TO LET ~  A furnished house on Third St.   containing  one double slttlnc room.dininK room, kitchen  cclUr pantry, four bed rooms, one bath room.  Apply Mrs. f.purling. Ang. 14 3t  CIM A TVTPT AT C Canada Pormanciit & Western  Till AWLIAL-_ Oanadii Morltiiigo Corporal I  X ill illl uaxil,   i Eql,���������llW(. ,-nvlll,.hs r-Mllll lini] u���������  INSURANCE! ir^1^  COAL FOR SALE,  ion.  iUllng-AnnocIatlon.  Guiirillan Kire.      Mercantile Fire.  ..iiiindlan Fire.      Oalcdonian Kire.  t Coiifederatian Life.      Atlas Fire.  HOUSES FOB SALE AND BENT.  Address pevelstnke Station.  t  if  ��������� v****^&������&t*&P&^P*9**&ty>*&^Xry>9-p^r^^  Notice to Contractors. '  Sealed tenders will be received bv the under-  signed np to noon on Monday, P������pt. 9th, 1901  for the excavation and stonework of the  Revelstoke Hospital. Mans and specifications  can be seen at the customs office, Revelstoke,  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Bevelstoke, Aug 31. 1901. '  aug 31 at        B. K. ATKINS, Hon, s������e--f Twas,  TX3IE   PEEPBOT 3DK, ES S   Many   men   have   many :p:  minds in the matter of dress p|  ���������but the dictates of fashion j|P  must be considered. W>  We make the'clothes you w  want, correct in style, of the ������  best material, and in a fault- HI)  less manner. (H)  There's   real   distinctive- W>  ,,.   ness   in   the   garments we ������  '/A   make. (g|  Jj    . Our stock is the largest *@  ^  and best assorted in the city. ������  Vour Patronage Soli^Tu   JT.Ab.   OIR/IESSIMI-A. 3ST,     J  The Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.  Hi

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