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Array M  A  b  ������  ournal.  Vol    V.  No  REVELSTOKE  00 a Year in  Advance.  Wtf**M^^r������VWd-4*4*������������*<-������<4*������:*<V*tf������V4:4<������  This week wc are offering our  entire stock of Straw ancl  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  All the newest and nobbiest  sivies.  MEN'S   SUMMER   COATS  AND VESTS AT A GREAT  3^= REDUCTION =*������������  Now in���������Big Stock of Laclics|  and Chiidrens' Lisle, Thread,  Cotton and " Cashmere Hose.  Also a big stock lof Gents  Hosiery-,in" Silk, Cashmere,  and 'Cotton,- including thc  celebrated Health Hose.  By A. F. Rosenberger to Take  Over the Camborne and Oyster Group in the Fish River  Free Milling Gold Belt.  A coinpany"is being formed by A. F.  Kosenlu-i-ger to lake over the now  well known Cuiilicii'iie iinil Oyster  group.*- in tin* .anions Fis.li Kiver trim  milling goltl belt. The company is to  lie known as thu Northwestern Development .Syndicate nml the capital is  Siil.OUO.UOO in one dollar shares of par  value, fully paid, which he all treasury  stock. 200.000 will he placed on the  market aliout Oct. 1st or perhaps  cai'lit r at 50c.  The surface indications on both these  propel lies acquired hy the syndicate,  are of extiiiurdinary richness while all  development has made good the per"  iiiaiieucy of the ledges as far as it has  gone. The new syndicatr- has acquired  :i mining property in these two groups  which bids fair to turn out one of the  most remarkable and profitable- in  Kooleimy. It is the Hukald's opinion  that it will not be very long before  Camborne rivals Cripple Creek as the  crcat gold producing camp in the west  and these two properties rank first  among those hitherto discovered in the  belt. __^   Work on the Hospital.  Tlie building committee of the  Queen Victoria Hospital met in Mr.  McCai'ter's office on Monday evening  to let the contracts for excavation and  stonework as per plans aud specifications.. Three tenders were, received.  'Graham & Black, Vancouver, $705.00  0. XV. T. Piper, Vancouver, 360.00  E. C. ��������� Frouiey, .Revelstoke. 474.00  .-The contract was let to Mr. Piper  under, proper bonds; on conditions  that work was started not later than  ihe.lUth insl. and to be finished in 20  days. '���������The plans for the building will  now soon be here so that bids may be  called and closed ready for work to  begin/in '^,as soon as the foundations  are complete. ���������* . ...  Death of E. A. Crockett  Ed. Crockett of Craigellachie died  at his farm in the valley on Friday  last of heart disease, from which he  had been suffering for some time past.  The remains were brought in to town  for burial by F. J. Bos9ley on Monday  morning and the interment took place  in the afternoon and was largely  attended. Mrs, Crockett was unable  to coiiio to town as she has just been  confined. The funeral service was  conducted by Rev. C. Ladner. The  pall hearers were : II. N. Coursier,  Jas. McMahon, A. McRae, A. McNeil,  .los. Morgan and P. Peterson.  Mr. Crockett, who came from Missouri, was a well known figure in  Revelstoke. Ue was one of tho first  prospectors to penetrate into the.  Lardeau and was a. partner of "\V. B.  Pool, when the. two of them located  the Nettie L. claim, which has since  turned out such a famous property.  Mv. Crockett however had disposed of  his interests in tlie claim before it  came to the front. Since his marriage  about three years ago he has lived  near Craigellachie and occupied himself with farming. He leaves'a widow  and two children to deplore his loss.  If you want a really nice  thing in these goods come  and examine our stoch.  A few lines left which we are  offering at a great  reduction.*  SI  Preparations at Banff.  Great preparations are being made  at the C. P. R. Hotel, Banff,' for bhe  coining visit of the royal party, which  will arrive there according to the  latest programme on the evening of  Sept. 28th. The hotel usually closes  on Oct., 1st, but this year .that date  will be anticipated 'and the whole  hotel will be cleared of guests and  reserved for the use of Their Royal  Highnesses and suite. About .$3000  has been recently expended on providing new plate, china and table  linen alone in anticipation of the visit.  The royal train will be in charge of  the superintendent and roadmaster of  each division as it passes "through,  while the locomotive foreman will he  in charge of the engine.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  The bridge crews were made up  again and sent out on the road on  Monday.  Pete Righter, the C. P. It. engineer  who wa.s injured some linie ago and  had his foot amputated, is steadily  improving.  Jul in Colwell, baggage master at the  C. P. Ii. depot. 'Winnipeg, and 31 rs.  Colwell arc spending a short holiday  at thc coasl.  ���������Don't   forget,    wc   carry  the  Biggest Stock of Heavy Hardware in the Cily.' It will pay  our  Prices   before  vou to  get  purchasing  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  FUSE.  l0#^jfjfjr****^^4&4*4Hr*rrf4S*&  C. B.HUME  &C0  I  Details of the Conditions, on  Which the Trackmen's Protective Board Called the  Strike Off.    :  Montkeal, Sept. 2.  -Dear Sirs and Brothers,���������I write you  once more and for the last time for the  present at least to thank you   on   be.  half of President Wilson,  your  Joint  Protective Board and myself, for the  splendid support you gave   them   and  which enabled them to come to' such  favorable terms with the C. P. R.   The  full account of the proceedings  of ths  Board, the   terms   of settlement, the  various means used,  which helped  in  securing the good results, which caused  your chairman, with   Pretident  Wilson's sanction", to call the   stiike  off,  will be sent out ns soon as   it  can   lie  prepared, after Pies. Wilson returns to  St.   Louis.    .Owing,   however,  to  the  lawsuit being  brought   on   by   Mont-  gomery.jt is poss'ible he may not be at  "headquarters '.IfSirTcmis.   wi'tinU1  needed facilities for  doing   the   work  properly before the  15th   Septetnber,  but rest assured he will have it in your  hands at the earliest possible moment.  Meantime I will only say that briefly  the. basis of settlement is:���������All hands  who report for duty shall he reinstated  in their former positions and dwellings  within I wo  weeks;   rules" which   give  substantially what we asked for in the  way of   investigation   in   case  of  an  injustice done to any member; pay  for  the lime lost in consequence where we  are proven unjustly treated; promotion  according    to   seniority,    merit,   etc.  being   equal;   transportation   twice  a  month to market; half freight rate  for  oiirsnpplies;transportiition to any part  of the line simil.tr to that granted any  other  organized   employes,   with   an.  "increase of about $100,000 per  annum  in wages and best of all recognition of  our status as on a Jlevel with   the   best  of the other organized  employes,   and  in one very important respect ahead of  the other orders���������as our president will  shtfiv no doubt in ' his  report���������in   our  adjusting our schedule at Montreal for  the entire  system   with   the   general  manager.  Brothers, our joint protective hoard  meets the management again in February or March. Let me for the presi  dent and joint piotective hoard ask  every lieut'jnant to do his level hest in  the coming months, as you have so  nobly in the past memorable eleven  weeks, to put behind your grand  ofllcers and joint protective board a  thoroughly organized force including  every good man iu the maintenauce-of-  way depiitment.  Organizers will cover the system  helping you to make a* perfect protective organization on the entire system.  And again with thanks for your  splendid support and congratulations  on results obtained,  I am very sincerely.  Yours in B. L. & U..  A. B. Lowe.  Vice-Pres. J3.R.T. of A.  Funeral of Late E.J. Duchesnay  Among the Revelstokers present at  the funeral of Mr. Uuchesuav were  Supt. Kilpatrick; Fred Baker, Mrs. C.  H. Temple and Miss Temple, H. B;  Mifcklestoii'-.and.'JB.-L. -Whitnel!.' .The  Horal tributes comprised among others  an -anchor from the Shuswap and  Mountain Section, cut flowers from  Mrs. Young of Glacier, a St. .George's  cross, a cross "and a pillow from tlie  different railroad orders, harp Mr. and  Mrs. F. E. Hobbs. The funeral set vices  were conducted by Rev. Father Thayer  and were most impressive.  Chits. E. King, tho representative of  the bridgenien on the 13. R. T. of A.  joint protective committee, has returned west aud was in town on Monday.  ���������Chief train despatcher. John Hamilton, of the (3. P. R. oflice Nelson, has  gone on a holiday visit to 3Iiinitobii.  A. H. Lewis takes his place during his  absence.  An amicable arrangement has heen  effected by a committee of the railway  carmen and the officials ofthe C. V.  R. regarding the recognition of the  carmen as an organization. ��������� It is  understood that the new schedule of  the carmen is now in force and Uittt  the .threatened trouble has blown  over.  The new time table of the Canadian  Pacific, regulating the service for thc  coming winter, will he announced  about the middle of October. Word  has been received that at the meeting of the passenger agents and superintendents, held in Montreal, it was  decided to make very little change in  the service this winter.  Mr. Tye, the chief engineer of*, construction on tho C. P. St. is in British  Columbia, whore, he will inspect Uie  company's works, in'.course of construction. During _ his - two weeks'  absence, he will inspect the Kootenay  and Ari'owheadextension ai?d the cutoff at Field. To the Telegram. Mr. Tye  said that the grading of -the line to  Winnipeg-Beach was .-completed,Jiuti  the rails for the road. could not he  secured on account of the steel-strike  in the United States, and that the  other proposed extensions in���������the province would ,, probably - be delayed  should the strike not be settled tit  once.  New Strike on the Jordan.  .las. Reily came in from the Wild  Goose group, situated aliout 12 miles  up the Jordan river from Revelstoke,  on Monday evening with some fine  samples of galena and copper oru from  a now find below the present group of  claims. Mr. Reily has staked thiee  claims on the new flntl and calls them  the Big Jim group. The shewings on  the surface comprise 18 inches of solid  galena, besides a copper vein on either  sides of the galena, whicli Mr. Reilly  liai not sulliceiitly prospected to know  how far it extends. Samples of the  ore have been sent awty for assay and  the returns are being lookvd for with  a great deal of interest. Mr. Reilly is  the pioneer of the Jordan river district  and Im*. stayed with lhe cainpfor years.  Tin* Iliiit.M.n trusts that he will have  all the success his pluck and perseverance deserve. Mr. Reilly reports the  work on the Wild Goose group as  progressing satisfactorily and the ore  is becoming ,nf better quality, und  hifrber in silver values.  A fine 7 octave Piano Case Organ,  latest type, key board touch and  pedals, same as upright piano. This  instrument must be sold or returned  to Toronto. Apply A. McLean's store,  McCarty Block. Sept. 11, 2. t  PRESIDENT'S  A Post Office for Camborne.  It is getting to be about time that  the P. O. aulborlies got around to the  fact there are about 300 people working in and round Camborne and that  it is getting about time they were  taking some steps to provide the place  with a post office of its own. There  is daily connection by rail and steamer  to within six miles of Camborne and it  shews very little wish'to accommodate  nn the pint of the P.O. people that  the transport of the mail over those  few six miles should still have to be  undertaken by private and casual  hands. There are important business  and mining interests nowat Camborne,  which deserve better treatment at the  hands ofthe government. ���������  ,   ' Standard  Tlie trail up Five Mile to the .'Standard basin, has been completed and  the Prince mining company are busy  ���������getting.out brejrom'the ijch^strike of  copper ore recently"' made'"on"the"  Commander and from the upper workings on the Standard. This ore will  be packed down to the river over the  "new trail t'eady for shipment as soon  as the s. s. Revelstoke begins running.  Highly Favorable and Improving  All the Time.���������Believed He  Will Live.���������Other Telegraphic  Notes.  Mii.iiukn House, Buffalo Sept. 11���������-  Thu following bulletin was issued by  the president's physicians at 0 a.- m.  The president rested comfortably during the night. Decided benefit has  followed the dressing of the wound  made last night. Hit stomach tolerates  the beef juice well and il is taken with  great satisfaction. His condition this  morning is excellent, pulse HU; tamp.  100.2  Dr. .McBurney of New York said  yesterday morning that president McKinley will, he believes live, but will  carry the bullet to tho grave.  Pakis, Sept 11.���������Soma hundreds of  French reserve soldiers, on the way  from the army manoeuvers sang revolutionary songs at Montceau Ies Mines,  near Paris, and when the police attempted to desperse them, they fixed  bayonets and scattered the police.  Afterwards they luil a mass meeting  and passed resolutions favoring a  revolution.  Constantinople, Sept. 11.���������Vice  Admiral Faik Pasha, the chief of the  Admiralty, lias fled from Constantinople to Malta, because he feared th*  consequence of a memorial to the  Sultan denouncing mal-administration  in the Navy department. His property  has been declared forfeited.  PrtKTOitiA, Sept. 11.���������Lord Kitchener rttyprts that since Sept 2nd the  totafresults are 07 Boers killed, 67  wounded, 3S-1 taken prisoners, 103  surrendered, 179 rifles captured and  also 3,400 horses and 19,000 cattle.  Chicago, Sept. 11.���������The secret service  officers in Chicago have come . to the  conclusion that the attempted assassination of President McKinley "was the  result of a plot arranged in Chicago.  '. .     . /    ���������_���������  THE VANCOUVER  RECEPTION  .BSSSS������������^^  MED  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  j,Z~-i?jf���������., .      ^.JjU,   ,  Accorded-the Best  '������-, r *&*���������*"&' J-������v  Our Entire Stock of Summer Goods  LADIES  Ladies dont   miss  the  purchases   of  Summer  opportunity   io    complete yu  goods-   at    BARGAIN     PRICES,  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer       Dress      Goods,  Sailor Hats Children's   Headwear  file stock must be reduced and early purchasers will got   the lull benefit,  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing" are included in the  Also Bargain    Figures   in Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  3  Our Desire to   make  room  for "Fall  Importations  is  your  opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  REID   &   YOtTNG  -  ^jttti^m*****************^ 9**0JrJrj*jt*jtrj*jPi*^^  Revelstoke  Site   in:' Vancouver j for'" .the^"  Location of the . Arch   Being:  '' Erected by the District.;  . The following' letter   has   been   received hv the city clerk':  Sept. 0th, 1901.      ^  Dear Sir,      '   - " ,  -Yours of 3rd inst. came to hand yesterday, and was laid before a special  meeting of the sub-comiiiittee' on  decorations last night.'  ' It was unanimously decided to give  the Bevelstoke Arch one of tbe most  prominent positions in! the city at the  corner of Hastings and Richards  street. (Tliis is one block east of  Granville street, which leads up from  the C. P. R. station.) The plan, which  accompanies this letter was drawn for  your guidance aud contains 1 think aU  the information you will want. The .  corners can be used just as you wish  and the local committee will be glad  to give any possible assistance. It  -will^of_course_ibei.necessary_to_leave_r���������  plenty of room beneath the main arch  to allow for the passage of the cars.  If you require any further information, I shall*be pleased to furnish  it at once. - -.,        '  Yours truly  ' .   A. 31. Burns,  Secretary.  The ahove location   is decidedly the  very best the   Vancouver  committee  could select in   their   city.     It'is   as  everybody knows who has ever visited  Vancouver,   as   most    people    have,  right on the   best   business   street   in  the city at a point, which has   an imposing bank building on  almost every  corner.   Xo greater compliment could  posiihly have   been   returned   to   the'  action taken by the mayor   in   tailing  ih   with   the   committee's suggestion.  We must rise to the situation and our  arch must be one worthy of our town  and district  on   this   great  occasion,  whese the eyes of thousands of visitors  will   be   inspecting   it  and  sizing up  lievelstoke by what it lias done.     "We  cannot possibly afford to put   up anything mean or trifling.     It would be a  disgrace   which   would   tell    against  Revelstoke  for years in a very serious  and substantial fashion.    "Whereas on  the other hand an  artistic  design   of  sin arch worthily carried out will be a  monument not only of our loyalty but  also   of  our  enterprise   in being the  only city on the mainland officially aa  it were represented ' to   welcome  our  future king.  The mayor requests "the Herald  particularly to ask that all those who  have promised, to furnish mineral  specimens for exhibition on the arch,  should send them in at once. He has  asked Mr. Marpole for free transportation for the ore. Mr. T. H. Dunne  has undertaken to furnish a suitable  design and paint the canvas for the  arch. Published By  The  Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Miiiiuglng Director.  MA R TIN REDIVIVUS.  column,  pi.Ro  A Seml-Wreklv Journal piiblMiort In tlio  interest-i o������ the rtlllway men. minim; men nntl  btt������lne*is men of (lit- \Vo*,t. Hays of l'lililimllon  Wedne-nlay aud Saturday.  ADVnRllMN-l   KATI'.S.  Display ails., fl.��������� por Ineli; kIiirI-*; or  U per inch when inserted ��������� on tltlo  Legal ads., 10 cents per Inch <noiipnricJJ line  for first Insertion j ft cents for eaeli iiddltloniU  insertion. Loral notices 10 cent*- per ������������!'V!"1*  Issue. Birth, Marriage ami Deuili Milieus  free.  sunscitirrioN bates.  By mall or carrier, li per annum; ..l.'***-* for  ���������fix months, strictly in advance.  OUR .1011 pr.l'AKTMKXT.  Is one of thc best equipped printing ollices in  the West and prepared to execute all kinds ������i  printing fu lirstelass style at honest price-,.  One price to all. No Job too larBe���������none im.  ������mall���������foms. Mail order*, promptly attended  io.   (Jive us a trial on your next order.  TO COllllBSrOSIlBMS.  Wo Invite correspondence cn any subject  ot interest to tin: Koueral public. Hi all cn-.es  the bona tide name of the writer inut-t necoiii*  psnv manuseript, but not necessarily mr  publication.  Address all communications to the .Manager.  IS  i  so  \:ty  NOTICK TO COIIRKSrOSKKSTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written OH oiie-ddeoi Hie paper only.  ���������'���������Correspondence cuiitaininit personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  ofthe writer.  <i. j.. GROGAN, Kdllur.  Wednesday, Auoust U. 1001.  NEW ZEALAND OMELETTE  People who criticize the   industrial  policy adopted by  the Rovernniunt of  New Zealand should bear in  mind  the  condition of affairs in that colony out  of which this policy took its bepinning  New   Zealand   was passing    through  a    period   of   profound    commercial  depression.    Industry   was  paralyzed  by a succession of strikes, tlie country  was full of unemployed labor and soup  kitchens had to be established   in   the  chief cities to keep the idle population  from perishing of starvation.   It  was  quite plain that somethiffi; had to be  done.   The government iii power wns  Conservative and capitalistic.    It was  going through the   usual   motions   of  doing something and  doing   nothing.  It   became a case of do something or  starve to death and  the   people   were  absolutely forced by   the  pressure   of  conditions    into   the  line   of  policy,  whicli has turned   the  eyes   of   every  student cf modern industrial problems  to New Zealand as the stage on   which  ' current theories are   visibly   working  .   out   in practice.   So far as it seems to  have amounted to this.   There are today in New Zealand   no   unemployed,  no tramps, no millionaires and strikes  *  have almost become   a  thing  of   the  pait.   The hours of labor have decreased all round.   , Large* areas   of   land,  formerly  held   under  lease  as   sheep  runs,, have   been   thrown   open    and  settled up.   There is a more   general  diffusion of prosperity, leisure and  the  things which go to   make   life   worth  living in New, Zealand   than   in   any  other similar community on the face of  the- earth.  It will not surely be contended that  such a state of affairs is an undesirable  one. lt is not so contended but the  capitalistic press on this continent  keeps these general conditions of existence in the colony in the back  ground and makes an immense parade  of the holes which it contrives to pick  in the working out of certain details  of the New Zealand policy  Now that the t.ruo inwardness of fhe  Brown-Duii.sinuir .deal     i.s .gradually  beginning to   dawn   on   the   flabbergasted public of British Columbia it is  becoming    more   and-'more    obvious  thai the. whole business is tin* work of  31i\   .Martin.     That .���������irfhdisfiirber of  tlie   hu-iiiu-.ss of   this   province   knew  I very well what, lit* was about, when  as  lhis    last   act   :is    I.ieiil-Ciovernor   Me-  1 lines' constitutional   .-ulvisor   he   advised   that   gentleman   to entrust, tlu  reins of power to JMr.  Duiihinuir.    -Mr.  31 artin recognized   the   fact   that any  urther open resistance to tlie wish  of  tho people as   expressed   in   the   last  provincial election was hopeless  he doubtless thought lit*  saw   his way  to keeping  a   string   on   power   even  when   the   power   itself   had   slipped  away I'roni him.      And   llu- means lie  took to ill_t.ititi his ends was   tlie   selection of .Mr. Dynsuiuir as his successor,  llritish Columbia thought il. was rid  of .Mr.  .Martin    for   four   years   al all  events but he fouled   I hem.      Thai    is  just, ahout   Hie   size   of I he sil mil ton.  lie was able to do so   for   Ihu   simple  reason lliat, 1 hose,   who   opposed    liitn  fought under  half  a   dozen   ililVori.nt'  banners, without any one   recognized  leader and without any common-bond  except     opposition     to     himself    as  premier.      Had   the forces opposed In  him been under one   leader   and   one  command, Mr. Mclnnes could   hardly  havo done anything else than send  lor  the man. who was the recognized heai  of such an overwhelming majority   as  that whicli was returned last   year on  the   aiiti-.M.utin   ticket.      But   there  was no such man. And iu consequence  there were no valid objections to offer  to' thc choice of Mr. Dunsiiiuir as   Mr.  Martin's successor.  It is time that this kind of   political  juggling and this   Smart   Aleck   defiance of the clearly expressed   wish   of  thc electors came  to  an   end.      Lt   is  perfectly plain   that   in   spite   of   his  overwhelming defeat at the- polls   last  year, a few more weeks, perhaps days,  will see Mr. Martin a member   ol   Mr.  Diinsumir's cabinet and tlie real   premier of the province.      How many of  the members of the present legislature*  who gagged at Martin  au   nature   in  1000 will swallow him with Dunsmuir  sauee in 1901 it is at present impossible  to say.    It l'nay however be taken   -for  one established factor in   the   present  mix-up thai. lion. Richard McBride is  not exactly anybody's fool.     Be is one  of the few members   of   the   Victoria  house who can   claini   it   right   to   be  classed as politicians, in the best   sense,  of the word at all. ' It is the Hi*;r:.\i.D'.s  opinion that he knows very well  what  he is doing.     lie is a Conservative but  he is no hide-bound   Tory.      lie   is   a  young man and alive to  bhe   practical  needs and questions ofthe day.    There  is  not   a"  man   in   British   Columbia  politics today as likely to come out on  Lop of the   turmoil,   into   which   Mr.  Martin's self seeking  playing   on   Mr.  Dunsmuir'**; utter lack of   touch   with  the real feelings of the electorate have  once more   plunged   tliis   unfortunate  province  l  SPACE RESERVED FOR  ail  4  SPACE RESERITED. FOR  '$  ���������ir.<-  t??>  f  JSlIjjl  Revelstoke  Station.  JU)  tm������mm^<msm������m������$mzmm^^  -<^*'-������'-ett-4-<r<c-4-'<Ns*s_r^^  BAKEK,  CONFECTIONER,  nnd caterer Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  | Mail orders promptly and carefully  M attended lo  i  |p- ������i��������������� Revelsloke, B.C.  Large nnd Well  Sample 'loon*.-,.  i.ijjli toil  .a.    ���������  Confectioner and Grocer  Fresh Eggs  Butter  Vegetables  always on luiud.  % Ice Cream |  |   Home Made Candies jg  X| n specialty. 5  HcutiMl by Hot Air nud Klcrlrlc  l \ Jlulis ami JJtfhL in every room  Free Jtus Meets All Trains  Heiisioniibl-u UiitUT '   ^HOTEL  TIGTORIA^  JOHN V. PARKS, I'ltovitiiiTOR  Night  (trill itoirj iu (".niiectlon [nr tlie Convenience ol Guests  "et"*.rc2i.SilSt������lTl.a Station . ^ K@V@0S^������BS������ i    Ho (So"  +***-M'-i-**'M*'M^  ''    * '  fr  * fr  ..B AUG A INS  ..IN...."   About 00 licaltliv phinls.'iiiolinling .���������"useliin*-*,  Geranium*-, JlCRoiiiai., Ktc, Ironi 25c. up.  wra.ri.is. Call eariv ami *.<.l the choice, bale  begins Monday, ' Aug. 12th. Store on  Mackenzie Avenue.  MRS.  C. TURNROSS.  tZyvj K!*Z* *������*���������������*������ fciVS*" v.*^ -^--     - -  Pl SPRIHG and SUMMER  fcSBl  iSsi  ������&  -&.tr2  m  Millinery  The Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  m  f&  m  rm  fife  B  I������  15*39  M  Madison   Millinery   Parlors.  |%  K9 "      ���������*r '   B  M Misses Shepard & Bell ^  LO  McKenzie Avenue  Joo-a      K?  V&SS������!S2\  it.- is Mr. Mi-Bride.  Fifteen Passengers Injured.  Six   cars,   five   i>n..*-*.-enger   and   one;  hasj-gatrt*. coining wc-t   \v<*re , derailed j  on Friday ir.oi'nincr near Rn-_h Ijikc.   :i  _^  '*T'ie   ���������"li*-jst-'ition21 miles ea^-t of   Swift   Citrcnl.  "ways are not" up ^o   date,   capital-is ! The aecident iiapi>cnetl'to "tiie   *-ec*oint  leaving the country, compulsory  nrbi-   .section of the train,   which   conu-iined  .    ..      ,                -j"   e -x  . - ...a -.,  ,*,��������� it lartre TKirlv t,f about 'VX) Onttirio and  tratton has proved a fmlure and so on. *y".-A* i"������"  .     .  ,      ,      .          ,        ,- AmiTionn   honi<-B''ek('is    for   Alberta  Now it wn principle of universal appli- ;lll(1 W(;.sU,I11 poinU-.     TI*,.   ,!Xll!Ilt  of*  cation that no omelettes are construct- tho .'iccidcnt  i-   that   !ifti-cn   p-r.-ons  ed without a certain amount of egg-  lracture.    No   country   and   no   community, in which the   -general   line   of j can- t" jump the rails.  ,     . , ".             ,      ......            i-   . The coinp������n\**i sLatenienl    givint  legislative and administrative   policy '  were injured  with   no   fat������litii**>.      A  broken rail i*-* .--aid   to ha v.*   cati.-r-d the  A  NAME..:.  I? better .ban rielies   Ve liave llie name oi making  the onlj- Stvli-.li Suits-in Town  ���������(or durability and quality  iliey also excel.  .TRY ONE  i R..S. WILSON'  Next the McCarty Block.  has in the past been shaped so as to  mbserve the ends of capital,  can reverse its course and adopt a  trend of legislation, which shall aim  at the prosperity and welfare of the  many rather than the profits of the  few, without making some mistakes.  without finding that some of  its adopted remedies do not go to 11 it-  root of the evil and cettainly not without troading on somebody's toes. The  wonder is rather that New Zealand has  done so much, so easily and s-o quickly.  Her geographical position and natural  conditions have been an immense help  no doubt. The colony i.s self contained.1-  It is all under one govei niiienV'^Thi'  conditions have been the most .favorable possible for success.  The main point i.s that New Zealand  has steadily fet her face in the right  direction. There is still an immense  amount to be done, theories to jbe  worked out and adopted or rejected,  struggles to be encountered, obstacles  to be removed. But the path she i.s on  leads to freedom and happiness. She  has chosen her road at the turning of  the ways, while Canada still stands  irresolute dallying with the dead issues  of the past, loathe to make any real  effort to solve the pressing problens of  the present. The so called politicians  tell us that these matters will be taken  up when the time comes. The time  will couie when it will be too late to  jjrapplejwith them. It may be doubled  whether in the United States the  moment has not aheady past.  list of tin* injured indicnti's that  thobi*  who wero injured were Nebraska   and*!  [i-.wa liois*.r*-*.-r-k<*r*<. *  Provincial Secretary's Office.  If'Honor (h<* T.ieutennnt-.iovernor hiisb'-'cn  i.i..ii-.-.J to m*!;.: Ok: So! lo,*.*. In is ���������if>l������.lniiii.*iil  :;rd Scjitenil-.-ir, lf.01  Card of Thanks.  The member.- of HisvcKtokc fdvirion.  No 1, of the B. H. T. oi A. wi:-h to   <-���������:-  tend   their   hearty     thanks   to     the  resideiit*of BeveNtoko and   .������������������.[���������.-(���������i.illy j j.ii-������-*i*"*i i*.  >������*������������������-���������������������������  :Y--.';'\uF,n.!!ni'Y?"'Un''"  the ladies of the   It.   It.   T.   auxiliary jI,,r u" ' ���������m'",^������ .;nl :-<i,u*ral,*-r ii.il.  and the. iiienibers ������f the ot her  railr.-.'iy      Ti.������* Honomljle Jara.;- J''-'''^'^'^''"',!,?'.1"^  , ".    \ii.*.i-."irof lin-riv'-a:**! Acr.cullurf,   i������e -Mr.  brotherhoods for their sympathy   and ���������-  support during   the.   eleven   weeks of  the strike, whicli has jn-**r been brought  to such a surcssl'iil close.      They   t'er-l  that   tbey   cannot   go   back   to woik  without   making   this    expression   of  thoir gratitude and intimating that, if  required, though they hope such   will  never l������e   the   ease,   that   thoy   -land  ready to return the compliment.  MINING-  CONTRACTOR,  CAMBORNE, B..C.  -a  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  Rates:   $1.00 per clay.  Good accommodation.    A good Bar, well supplied with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars. ..o  fr ' ' t  t Rates:   $1.00 per clay. %  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������*!���������*  ���������i-  ���������5-  *  f x*.  ****************************************************  Free Bus Meets AH Trains.  | Brown' & Pool  AU'kinds of mining contracts  taken and work executed in a  workmanlike manner.  PRICES ON APPLICATION.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest - the Market  affords.  BEST. WiNES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ,'  Large," Light bedrooms.  Rates $i' a day.    -_ -Monthly.Rate. ..      '    ___   '___ ..  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop  FCR SALE.  Clioiee ri'slrlcntiftl property on Mnrkcn-zie  Avenue. Three Lots n*������: to Or.i'Mijl.ean'*,  resi'lsno-j.   Apply to J. Jl. Scott.  Join. Ciinnim.'ii*"n Hro.vn. of tlie city of  S,.w \V--������tmm-.'-r. K-'iuIr". to In: a. ni>-inli������r  i.( llu- Exi*<*iitiv������ (out,..II of tl"* rrovineeof  Jirltl-li Columbia.  Provincial Secretary's Office.  IU< Kr.rori.'.v l-:."j:enani-,;o-,.-rnorliH'i lieen  -* -    f.jlioniliB  aiiOllltliH'liI"  J. Il.Tnr:"-.-. rc**ii?in.-*i.  The IlonornlA* J<*'i'i Cinnlnshrtm iirown to  ���������r- Vt"\Iw'xtt, .-���������rccinry ami Mlnint'.r ol t'lu-  uMLio:, \..-; :1.'.* Il'iaweb!-.* i. !'��������� Prcmli'e.   ���������  ���������   Provincial Secretary's OfSce.  ;iu rtonor llio LivufntiUt-'Jovernor in Coiui-  <*:i lia- t/".*n [il*_'a*ie**l-lo T.iuUe 'ne l./llo������ina  a-,;>*ji:itm'*-it:  Snl f*''*T.ti-inln'r. IMI.  John flerl-f-rrt T.inif-r, r,f -.���������-.'��������� city of VI. loria.  /���������"..nm    v.   lit:   A������i-*it-.;Mi'*rnl In I^.n'lon for  Hi,-   F'roviri'U   of U-itfxJi   Uoliiinb'tt,  vi.-* Mr.  SVilliain *,Va.iter, rc-ii-srn;!. sept- i-t  :ANi):  "Soo Line"  $25   Reward  ail will he piii'l hy the City of Revel-loVc*  foi-information which will lead to the firn-*it  anrl conviction of tlie pprion or pcr������oiit who  hroke thc lire alarm lio-rei opposite Tnpiiin.*'-  Theatre uurl tho Cowan lllock on the 'j-tli  instant. *V.  C. K. SHAW,  City Clerk  Notice to Contractors.  Scaled tcnilcrs will h" ref civ-e.I oy the unilor-  Migncrt up to noon on Morulav, .**ept. Ittli, r.ml  lor the excavation and stonework of the  ItevciitokoHo-pital. I'lau-i and specifications  can Vie seen at. the i-natoiim oillec, Revrlitokc-,  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Bevelstoke, Aug .11, 1!-<>1 ���������    .   _  nugSl St ������. ll. aTKIXR, Hon. Sec'yTrea?.  Hotice to Co-Owners.  -fn I.iciru'n* MroiAKMiri.  I'ndi- Minernl Act lV.il and ain-ndm'-ni*.  t'icrcto, notice It licrcliv (,'ivcn lliatvv". l.oui*c  l.c.'.nline flrahani and- ���������������������������i" I.nii'I. hav* |.'*r-  lormcd nllti>oBH������e"s:n������i!' work on the "Coldm  l-.iii'le" irilii-ral claim, sltii-ucil on tin* divide  h-iv.een Krctieh and McCutlock Creeks, nt the  h'ad of f, run nd lUiit Kas'ii in thn Hia Ilcnd  [d*>triRt of \V"~t Koon-niiy, located lhtii Scp-  t.rnl.er, ISO1; nnil rccnlwl 21 Koplcmhr r, W.������,  and lhat Iticinird M"l>lnriiilii tlie roconl.-d  owner of one-half |lnt<*ruit lilt "aid mineral  claim has nCRlecti'd to do his-liar'- of thc  work or to pay for same for tho years tsfts, lsa-i.  IfitXiHii'l 1901. Notice ii herehy given to the  mid i'icharil Mci'larmid Hint unless oatd  cliarRes are paid within ninety ilny* of the  lir**t publication of this notice weshall proceed  to record "aid delinquent interest as provided  In* ".���������ctionll of the ���������'Minernl Act Amendment  Act. ItHiO."  Dated at  Revelstoke. R. C, (ith August, 1901.  Co-owner, {Hift-iSI���������'  IMPERIAL  LIMITED  Starting June ioth,  will  make thc- run froin Coast to  Coast in  KJ.UIl^WIMl.lWM������tMM1lJI.'^L*.i'JlW.^..**.J������J������JJ.t.l������>l������>JJJ^M������Mgg������MI   Tr.r.i.Piioxr. Xo. 101.  ]The'Prospect������.rs.*r.Exoh"ar������gej  No. 5 K.-W.-C, BLOCK, NELSON, B.C.  Cnlil, Silver Leatl anrl Copper Klines wan icl at the ������)QiB*I'*������X(!^tvI1oC'>  v   Fruu Milling <i������������Ul rropcrties wanted ai oncu for Eastern investors,  runic; having minim; prupurty foi* sale arc requested to send samples of llieir oreB  j u> the ftxf.uiu^u for Exhibition.  All MLm.'les should be sent by express Prupnid.  Address nil connnnniCMitionK to'  ANDREW: F. _ ROSENBERGER,  Correspondence solicited  Reserved for Revelstoke  \Vine& Spirit Company.  rs  Cheap Rates  -i       Now Jn Effect to the  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  T. W. Bradshaw,  -   Ageut  Ktvclstokc.  J, E. Coyle.  Assist. Clen.  ra������������enfter Aicent  Yanconver.  )  l|J.JI.������,IU������!-l,J������������.������  REVELSTOKE  Stsam  Laundry Co.'y.  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting' Chinese ki'.indries  In exchange we offer to  give io good reasons why-  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  THE CITY EXPRESS  ������     E. \V. B. Paget, Prop.  rromjitdelivery,or pnrcols, baggage, etc.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left nt R. jr. Smytlic's Tobacco  Store, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  attention.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,    "  Mutton; Ktc.  Fish and Game in Season   AU orders promptly filled.  "ffiJSSSS. EBYEIrg-SOEB, B,������. I  B  \il  IK  I ���������'���������  IV; ���������  I'A  '  Is)  fa  1 <���������  fl  lssV  hv  'I  .0  fa  11.  I  Vt  >  ���������A  a  a  s  3  '4  i  ?  .**i.M.a-..*?y:'. ,?_.7^r^,uit..:'5.\*-T^.'h������.jioBI^.j...  RY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in tiie first rank of Journals in this  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 whiou  cn i  ���������ailway employes all  over British  Columbia and Alberta, will find' the news of the  Great" Railway System to whicli they belong', and  of personal and the happenings affecting themselves and their fellow employes. THE HERALD  has Ion  ,& 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 any,.shrewd businessman the advantages  which it -thus offers as an advertising medium  throughout the entire "field which it covers.  '���������is  36 9 ft  fin W   ������1-W>  ������1  ts  Q     f  dn  illl!  IBffi  $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS, IK 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'-  re quiring,'3?rinte'cl '-Btatipnery. and office' supplies  than'any! other Printing ��������� Establishment in.'East-  " ern British Columbia... The class of work turned  out has heen pronounced" equal to'anythingof the,  kind executed in the large cities- by * much .larger  Prihteries.- "  "3j���������) ct Kx-f-P  Fi  x>t -**i *y! t,  iii 1**11 uWv!%,  Is equipped, with the latest faces in type-'designs  and" alt 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  irinly-printing"hious"e^  claini to be   v  IS     3 *3 M *-S"  And in a position to give as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising- space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind hi British Columbia. Write for Samples of Printing. All work  turned out promptly. One price to all. Ho job  can be too large or. too small for THE .HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail.  Printed and Published by  ���������H^5_*     B_������t&t7E_i  CCiiW.fi  LfMETED UABEUTY..  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  ���������K^Wi-^^Jwijn^---.*^*^^  i  i-y  .���������>  ,    LEGAL  J.M. SCOTT   11. A., I.L.Ii.  Harrislcr,      Solicitor,    Nolan-    I'nlilir*,   Ktc.  Mi-Ken/n* Avenue, Kcvtlstokc".Station.  Money Lo loan.  PRINCELY TEAM  pAltVKY, M'CAIITF.H * PINKHAM  llarristors, Solicitors, Ktc.  Solicitors for Imperial Hank of Canada.  CuinpHin- I'll nils to loan nt 8 pur cent.  Kium stuket, Kevelstoke Station, IS. C.  CHURCHES  MKIIIOIlIST RIIUIIRII,   I'KVEI.STOKH.  I'lcnchin** services at 11 a. in. and 7*.:>u.p. m  Class nioelin;; at tho close ot" the inoriiing  -orvli'O. Sabbath School antl llllile Class at :i::iu  IVcoK'ly l'ruyer Meeltiiy every Wodnosday  ovoniu^ at 7::jtl. 'I'lte . public are cordially  Invilcil.   Seats free.  Rev. C. I.adnei:, Pastor.  st. l'KTictts t'lini'.f.'tr, ANnl.ICAN.  ICiplit a.m., Holy rciichiirist; 11 a.m., matins,  ' iiiiny anil sermon (Holy liuoharist Ilrst Stin-  iliiv in llu- month); '2:'.',o  Sunday   school,' or  children'--, --erviee: 7:110 Kvensong (choral) and  sermon.   llolv  Day-;���������The  Holy   Kuclmrist Is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or S a.in , as tin non need.  Holy lhiptism after Similar Scliool at .1:1,..  c. a. it.ocunikh, iteetor.  i'i:i:*.i!VTi:i!tA.*;' rmtinn.  Sei vict'evi'iy ---uiiday at 11 a.m. and 7::',0 p.m.  to which all arc welcome.     1'iayer meeting at  8 p. ni. everv Wednesday.  anv. \v. c. ('.\i.i*t:it, 1'aslor.  IIOIIAN CAIIIOI.lc Clltll'.fll.  Muss   nt   lt):';il a. in.,   on   lirst,   second  and  foili ill Sntldav.s ill the month.  IIT.V.   I'ATIIIIII   TIlilYI'll.  S.M.VA THIN   AIIMY.  Mi-cling every night in their  Hull uu Front  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. ot P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Jtlppls evt'i'V Wc-dnc-sdav in  Oddfellows' Hull at. So'clock  Vihiling Knights invited.  L. II. SlcnK, CO.     :    :    :    :    :    :  :    : F. li. Lewis, IC. OK R. Si H.  LOYAL .ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Jtlocnlar meetings are held  in  tlit  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third  I-'ri-  day of each month, at S p.m. sharp.  .--,,   -    Visiting brethren cordially invited  'S It" THOS. stj:ed, w.Xi.  -     \V. G. IlIltNKY, Rec.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Jiincs, London.    Seven years  at 'Morfa  Works,   Swansea.     17   >ears  Chief  Chemist  to Wigan Conl ancl Iron Co.,  Bug.  Late Chemist and Assaver, Hail Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  Ued Hose llcprco meets second and fonrth  Tuesdays of each month; White Ito*-e Degree  meets third Tuc*-day of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting bicthren welcome  WM. WATSON', HY. EDWAKDS,  President. Secretary.  Towering     Probiscidians .���������������  and  Double-Humped   Camels    in  Silk and Silver Harness.  Caesar made   many   triumphal   end-it's   into   Koine,   aiul   taxed   to the  til.iiio.--l the ingenuity of the gentlemen  who  got u]i his   latter   entrances   to  provide new ideas for him.    He entered with   kings   hitched   with   golden  chains to his   chariots,   drawing   him  tlirough the Via This or That   to   his  palace, and was  sometimes   borne hy  chariots of glorious Roma;   but never  oven in his triumphal entries   did  he  or could he have heen drawn by great  I earns of ponderous probiscidians and  huge   double-humped   camels,   -as are  many of tho golden chariots   seen   in  Tlio ' Great    Pan-American     Show's  marvelous street parade, and not one,  but   many   teams   of   elephants   and  camels drawing golden chariots, while  caparisoned beyond comparison in silk  and silver-mounted harness, and bearing in the chariots the   exalted   rulers  of the urenie- world���������the world's cham-  pion**, and the big shows'stars.  Tlio Kin-American Shows will positively exhibit at Kevelstoke on Wednesday. Sept. IS.  l)  H.  EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  ,DEEU HEADS, HIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,   -  - Furs Cleaned and lie .-nired.  JUST j;AbT CI? 1'HKSrsYTEIUAN CHURCH]  Third Street.  Father Thayer's Funeral Sermon  At the funeral service of the late E.  .1. Duchesnay. Rev. Father Thayer, of  Revelstoke, who conducted the service,  made a shoit address at the church.  The Rev Father dwelt briefly upon the  uncertainties of life which contains hut  one certainty, the end, death, which  comes to all. To multitudes the-end  had come unexpectedly, and so it had  been witli bim, whom they were there  to mourn. While all heads were bowed  with sorrow, the speaker bade them  recall the noble unselfishness of the  life called from their midst; the devotion to duty which had led to his rapid  advancement, Father Tliayer reminded those present how the continued absence from home necessitated  by his duties had been a continual  cioss to the deceased, and his chief  pleasure in his recent promotion had  arisen from the fact that his new -  duties would enable him to spend  more time with his dear ones .in the  family circle. His kindness, to those  under him, his practical sympathy in  trouble and to any injured on the line,  and his affectionate nature, as shown  to his friends had endeared him to all.  and caused a feeling of - universal  sorrow at his early aud sudden death.  Many of those employed in the coin,  p.iny the deceased had so. faithfully  set veil, men in all departments, trackmen, firemen and others, had expressed  to the speaker their individual feelings  of sorrow tit his loss, and their esteem  ,for his nobleness-of; character, ..JThe  early life and training of the deceased  was referred to, and a'touching refer-  rence nr-ule to his religious'instincts  and the kindly assistance he had always accorded to the speaker himself  and his brother priests when his aid or  advice was solicited. They, the priests  of God's church, would, with many  others, ever hold his uameand menory  dear.  CERTIFICATE OHMPROVEMENTS  ' NOTICE.  Troadwell Jfininp claim, sitnat.e in the  Lardeau Mining Division of West Kootenay  District.  Where located: On Lexington .Mountain,  near I'ool Cicclc bridge.  Take Notice that I, V. C. Green,'or Kcl**nn,  acting as aj-ent for tlie " Imperial Development Syndicate. Limited." Free Mincr'-  Ccrtilicaie No. 11112,011, intend, sixty dajs from  the date hereof, to applv to the .Minim;  Uecorder for a Certilicate" of Improvements  for-ttiu-i'Uirosa-oLobluinini; "��������� Crow 11 .Grant of.  tlie ahove claim,  A yd further take notice  lliat action,  under  Section  :',7, must   be   commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate ol improvements.  Dated this twentieth day of June, 1901.  l-.C. UHKEN",  1'. L. S.  Romance in a Circus.  Miss Ada Young,  one   of   the   __  iris  Certificate  of Improvements  UOTIOB.  " O. K." Mineral Claim, situate in the  Hcvelstoke Miuhii. Division of West ICootenay  llistrict:  Where localed'���������In Groiiml Hog Basin, on  .McCullongh Ct.-ek. '  TAKE NOT 11 U thn 11, Chat lcs F. Lindmark.  of ItevelsioLe, I rcu Miner's Certlllcate No. H,  ���������ITVOli, intend, si vly da>s from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mitiini; i:oeordor for a Certilicate of Improvement--;, for the purposi- ot  olitaiuini; aCiowu Crnnt of the above claim  who tried to leave the Pan-American  circus while it was in this city, left  that show at Grenfell and is now in  this city. Three young men who de-  sorted employment with the circus,  where they were engaged as musicians  wauled the girls to leave and stated  thatiboy wished to marry them. Tlie  musicians were arrested and fined, but  remained in the city waiting for the  girls. _\Iis\s Young joined G. V. "Wagner, one of the men, and an interesting end of their separation -is looked -  forward to-in-.thccourse-oLa _week^.or__  so.' Mr. Wagner has obtained a position at Ruckle's drug store, and is  doing well. The other musicians expect their girls to leave tlie show  shortly and in the meantime are  watching and waiting. ( Miss Young  had very little trouble in getting away  from the circus. She claimed there  were flaws in her agreement- and the  management had Ui recognize that  they had no hold on her so she was  paid oil" and immediately left for "Winnipeg.���������Winnipeg Telegram.  Section '.fi. must   be   i-ommi'tircd   before  the  issuance of such Certilicate of improvements  Dated this Sth tli.y ol August, A.D.. 1901.  Auk 172m ClfAS. 1-". LlNIi.MAItK.  In the  County   Court  of  Kootenay.  - The Real Cause of Delay.  A professional man from the East,  whose golden dreams have   not   lieen  And further tiiko notice that action under | realized iii this country, returned from  the Lnrde.iu last week, says  a Nelson  correspondent of the .Ledge.     He tells  a, hard story of the methods employed  in dealing with the workmen who are  building the new line in that district.  Hired tluough an employment agency,  for the services of which they are taxed two dollars-, they arc transported at  half fare to the scene of labor, and set  to work in gangs.     After   working a  few days an   individual   in   authority  comes along and intimates that   there  are too many men at this   branch and  about half   of   them   are   discharged,  with the intimation that they can  get  work further along   the   line,   if they  will take the trouble to move in   that  direction.     Tiie discharged workmen  are paid oft with a time-check, against  whicli is charged one dollar for medical  fee and two   dollars  for   the .Sisters  Hospital fuud.     Tliis check cannot be  exchanged   for a bank   check  nearer  than Duncan City and the bank check  is payable at   Kalso,* unless   the men  prefer to have it cashed by the   R.   R.  at a discount of 25 per  cent.     All   of  which, says   the  schoolmaster,   is   a  scheme to keep the   men   "bloke" and  at the mercy of the   corporation until  such time as the job   is   completed.���������������  Ferguson Eagle,  In the matter of jmnc Itoss Stillitan  deceased.  Aud in the matter of the Oflielal *idmini.***-  trator's Act.  Dated the 2lsc Auffiisl..'..������., 1001.  iipon reading the allidavil'of Thomas  Sullivan sworn the 9th of August, A.li , I'h-'i.  It is ordered that James Ferguson Arm**lron*;  Oliicial Administrator for the county court  District of ICootenay --hall be administrator of  all and singular tlie goods chattels and credits  of .lames ltoss Sullivan deceased and that this  order be published in the Revelstoke.Herald  newspaper for two issues thereof.     ''  .:������������������;���������       1    J. A/FOKIN. J.  All persons having claims against the said  Jamcsltoss Sullivan, Deceased are required  to--end same witli particulars and ;proof of  **ame to James F. Armstrong, Oliicial Admini**-  trjitor at Fort Steele, ii. c, on or before the  15th dav of September, 1901.  GEO. s. McCaRTF.H.  Solicitor for Administrator  TO LET  A furnished house on Third St. containing  one double sitting room, dining room, kitchen  cellar pantry, f������nr bed rooms, one bath room.  Apply .Mrs. Spurling. Ang-llSt  WHEEL FOR SALE  On *=ftle one new ?fi 1 Columbia chain bicycle.  Will take-tidoJursforit.  ' Apply Herald Ofltca. ALL THE NEW  EDITIONS  AT..  {Canada Drug & Book Go *  * REVELSTOKE. *  "l������I"l"f*'l'*JH"M'* f*f*f*T"f*I"T"I**i"I"l"'  BORN.  Hanbury���������At Bevelstoke, Sejit. 5th,  to Mr. and Mrs. 11. 3. Hanbury.  a* daughter.  Scott���������On Sept. 11th, to Mr. and Mrs.  M. J. Scott a boy.  Pohteb���������On Sept.* 8th, to iir. and  Mi's. J. Porter a hoy.  MARRIED  Rkid-Brown���������On Tuesday, Sept. 3rd,  at Vancouver bv Kev. J. McLeod,  W. R. Reid of Revelstoke to Miss  Gladys M. Brown.  Bruce���������Simmii.l���������At Revelstoke on  .Sept. 10th, at the residence of Hugh  Brute bv the Rev. XV. C. Calder,  Alfred John Bruce to Rose Siuimill,  both of Kamloops.  DIED  Crockett��������� On Cth inst.. at* Craigel-  lachie E. A. Crockett,"aged 30.  Hanhury���������At Revelstoke on Sept.  5th, the infant daughter of Mi*, and  Mrs. H. .1. Hanbury.  The funeral took place at the  cemetery on Friday the Oth inst., Rev.  \V. C. Calder, officiating.  Ho Mytl'tiLzJes a^c &tti^irUru&eC' istfS  ^tniM-mytif     -pyf-eArrJ^yr-t^ui,  *r*r~ Atisw^irqs  -*^e- /udH/ dyf^ijtuiisd, yy .  $^=, UNION -s^ati  Cigar  Factory  ���������REViaSTOKK,    B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  *imtuitmmivijmvm.vni.i**&���������EXJr*T-,iTir?vwLnvwmii.jixirvjiiin  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL  and THE   UNION  tn  &  ti  O  !������������������������  (0  Carpets.   Cwsrtaii-BS.    LiiiraoHewm  *&S_SB3!SltOE2BB_EBSQDQ3a  ncmir������m������ipnrtT.m*.)u^m������  zanssaasaiKBnpT*.  Notes of News.  '���������Governor''Mackintosh  spent   Sun-   TAYLOR BLOCK.  day in town.  County Court will be held here next  Wednesday, the 18th.  J. M. Scott returned from Banff on  Tuesday morning.  The Golden. Era is added to the  Brown-Dunsinuir list.  Dr. Cavruthers went into Trout  1-akc City on Saturday morning.  Miss Nellie Dunne left this morning  on a visit to her relations at Maple  Creek, Assa.  Practice night for St. Peter's church  choir has been changed back to Wednesdays at 8 k.  Mrs. M. K. Lawson and Miss Frances  Lawson are visiting the Pan American  at Buffalo this week.  The rate for the football club to go  ���������to Kamloops has been placed at a  single fare for thc return ticket.  The Revelstoke Independent band  have accepted an engagement to play  at Kamloops at tho fair, which begins  on Sept. 25.  The Revelsloke Station post office  has been dropped from the official list  and will be closed at the end of the  month.  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  G. F. CURTIS,  THE GREATEST GLORY OF THIS GOLDEN AGE !   THE GREAT   EUROPEAN MENAGERIE!  TRIPLE CIRCUS HIPPODROMEL  OCEANIC AOUARIUM  AND  CONGRESS OF LiVING PHENOMENAL  ������ If WILL SURELY  WEDNESDAY,  EXI-HBIT AT REVELSTOKE  SEPTEMBER   18th, 1901  Absolutely Necessary  To purchase everything you want in the  Clothinsf aad Furnishing Lines from  McKenzie Ave  The Pan American Show have leased  the Kt'onnd ������������''*" *-'*e skating rink  where the Walter L. Main .people  shewed.  D J. Munn was unanimously chosen  to oppose Hon. .T. C. Brown, the new  provincial secretary in New Vk est.-  iniiister.  Prayers were offered for the recovery-of the President nf the United  States in the various churches in town  on Sunday.  Mr. nnd Mri. H. J. Bourne   are   es  pected to return  home  next   Mondiiy  Tbe liliil.vr.1) is glad to learn   that Mi  Bourne's health has been improved   by  the'trip.  The next session of the provincial  normal school will commence on Mon-  pay, Oct. 7th. All information can be  obtained from the principal. XV. Burns,  Vancouver.  Arthtu'Ciitohas resigned his position  as dav bar tender at the Victoria.  Jack Perks is back on the day shift  and Pete Levesipie is holding down the  night shift.  Thos. McNaught is arranging for a  meeting of the r.'.presentatives of the  Kooteiiay press from Saturday, Sept.  23th to Tuesday, Oct. 1st at Halcyon  Hot Springs.  The Misses Shepard it Bell have  leased tbe Ladies Kmporium. on McKenzie Ave. Irom' Mrs. Lawson and  will move their stock to the new  quarters shortly.  Mrs. G nerin has received a portion  of her stock of ladies' fancy work,  materials, etc. The premises occupied  by Mrs. Guerin on Front St. have been  refurnished and decorated and have a  very cheerful and attractive appearance.  F. Deacon, who wont out with the  "Kid" Price party to the mica mines  in Big Bend district, came in this week  to get more horses for the purpose of  packing out somo mica. lie veturnitfl  on Saturday accompanied by H. 15s-  telle and D. .Juni-.s.���������Er.x,  R. Watmore. roadmaster on the  Shnswap section, was in town yester-  pay. He got a pinch, while coupling  up'a car on an outfit train. Iwhich had  tbe power at the other end been steam  instead of section bands, might have  been a serious matter. Bub says he  heard something crack, as it was, but  be thinks it was the car.  0  ������  m  i ti  (A  ���������f  O  0  ft  We, buy frum the "bast- Wholesalers.      ;  Tlie /Quality- of Our Stock is Excellent.  Our prices; are  reasonable. ,'.-'"���������  We will open up in."a few days a perfect  ; Imported7 stock of '->.'. _',-.' '��������� r'v  DRESS C00DS,   RIBBONS,   fl'JCS,   CARPETS,   INLAID   LINOLEUM  ���������'.y;;:L7';y.;';-y;-''''it3io;.������ioon'cLtniir  Imported from the best .manufacturers'tin Scotland.  Dress GobclJs,^  J.i^ui...jiii������������i*mng������������ui������ii������,s.������ii������ll������T,*nv������  : AND  SEE'THE BARGAINS AT   ���������  ���������yy7yy,LL:r7yGU^. BARBER'S;IN; :77Ly-:)L  ; .1S44*:F5odSfers Bros.' plat Ware.;;:.y  -specialty. ;^*;^w  ������������������'���������i  I  Largest'Elcphant that walks thc Earth, now with the Great  Pan-American Shows. Taller, Weighs More, Cost.s  More than any'Elephant ever captured.  Thc Most Marvelous Monster of the Mighty Seas,  THE BOVALAPTJS.  Biggest Born Marine Wonder.  ~ EDNA COOKE~  The Girl Wonder ! The only Lady Somersault Rider in the  World on a Barebock Horse. A challenge of $10,906  to produce her equal.  ���������    *   ANNA COOKE,     ; * :~~  The only Lady Four and Six, Horse Rider the world has  ever produced.       For grace and skill she has no equal.  t*r<rjM&&g4&ji*&  iU^AKV7yy77\  ..       > PUBLIC;  ���������.".'���������������������������"���������'. ,       _ ...   .     .,.".  7   i V..I'. It. -TOWNSITE. > "LL' :;;"���������;.:'  -,.'( M AHA TOWNS1TK.'-, L ��������� '.L^LL-LLLL'  i:>fe7;t'^(3-331SrJT;  REALESTATE-  Cn-iifi'lal'L'riuti'iient ���������'A Western y'"'-'-''77/;:.;   ;' ��������� ;.  '   "-���������"--'-���������>|i. ^imHgu&u Corporation;   .: ���������;:; _ ���������>. ,v;-;..;  quiiiibic'Vavings Loan ami 'Untitling. Association.  FfcTOlf f*i"'���������'k TvipT"7 I '���������'���������*'."'( Imperial Kire. ������������������<.;. Guardian l-'lre..  I *NNl KA\ f .,1 :w ? Canadian Fire.777 . Oalecloniuii l-'in  lilvJAJ lvrkiyoij��������� -.. : ; ;-y\ confeileriillim I.Ho. :..' Atlas Fire.  L Guardian l-'ire.7. A Mercantile'Fire.  COAIi FOR SALE,  ���������:'HO'DSES:'���������Fp.l.^:SALE���������������������������'A^,'p;���������BENT.-���������  A^ess^j^evelstpkeS^  * wjKHNHtpp&ppppjir,^  More than all the Adam-Named   and  Famous Roological wonders.  Noah-Named ,Multi-  Alf. Stringer returned on Satnrtlay  fioin a trip up the Seymour Arm with  some Michigan lmuher men. luokin������  for timber limits.  XX7. R. Reid. of the well known firm  of Reid & Young, returned to town on  Sunday morning accompanied hy Mrs.  Reid. " Congratulations.  D. Robinson is expecting thc last car  load of machinery tor the Rig Etldy  sawmill to arrive any day. The null  will probably he running by Oct. 1st.  F. C.  Gamble,  provincial   engineer.  ���������is-in-town-and-wenfrovei'-tho-Big-Bend.  waggon   road   yesterday,   which     is  practically- complete to the  landing at  Eight Mile.  Boston Baked Beans, Brown Bread  and Pumpkin Pic will he served by  the Ladies Aid of the Methodist,  church at the parsonage on the evening of Thursday, 20th inst.  E. L. Whitnell, brother of Mrs. TC.  .7. Duchesnay. returned yesterday Irom  Vancouver where hu had heen attending the fiiiM-rul of his brother-in-law  the late Supt. Duchesnay.  CORRESPONDENCE  Mr. Fretz Makes an   Offer.  EJitor of  Herald :        ,  ���������  Dear Sir:���������As I hive '.been informed  a central post oflice is to in* established  in Revelstoke and lhat there is no  buildiue available ftir that purpose. I  bea to inform the public throujrh yoni*  valuable paper, that I h.'ive a building  sevetal hundred yards nearer to the  banks and other business houses than  the one selected and nne on which the  citizens need not he ashamed__to see the.  sisrii. Revelstoke Posi Otlice. This  building is available for that purpose.  Yours Truly,  Sj. A. Fretz.  CAPT. SANTIAGO, High Pi ver.  The World's Highest Diver; actually   flings  himself  backward from the higucst point ever dived from. N  HERD OF'TRAINED ELEPHANTS���������Trained Jaguars,  Tigers, Lions, Leopards, Bears, Lynxes, Wild Cats,  Grizzlies, Catamounts,* Horses, Stallions, Monkeys and  Ponies.  Grand, Golden, Glittering*-, IVJiie-Long Street Parade Every  Day at'10 o'clock a.m.   High Dive 10:30 a. m. and 6:30  Excursion* nn all Railroads,  jun.      Performiuu'iis at 2 uiui 8 p. 111.  r-frL.  -.-.Xfi-  ��������� */-������������������:  7    fr  :'.  .*���������*'''  ^fr-L  -.fr -,  "frL  'Lfr'i:  .*���������**.:.���������  ���������'���������.**���������'���������-".  . *.-,���������  LfrL  :.fr-.  Lfr.r  :������������������:*���������-.-  Lfr':  LfrL  ������������������ fr"i.  L-xf'-:  ���������ifr.;.  '.: frL  :S:  ������������������:::; m  m  All Tents are Waterproof.  Door.s open at 1 nnrl '  '^MariyBm'en^ha  ni i ii d s ��������� i h;'; theiiriatter-of d ress  tiiiftlie'Jd ieta teslpf7 fash ion-jp|  niiiSt:ibeicprisideredi;SS^  ir^lVS^.cvmaiseiitiie;*-^  liwahti77.correct :in:StyleJ'pfthe^  ���������jSestrmateriaivVand;i;^  Sjldssrmaniier;^::fev.f^:.a-y  There's?^i^al;7"distihcti>^^  th e;������. ga r me iits 7,wei  ;.M|':'ri.ess':0h  ^74-:make^  :y70ufS^x^y;is7the7l^g^st  ^and::bestassprted7in:i:he^  ^Your^Patronage^SoHcUea/;^  ^    "  -v^'-;-^U^Tiie;'!ATt*:Tail^  rt^J\'^^(^_w(^_wl(^_w (MWl^l^r��������� /w^i/fft^ifTsfi'i  LEWIS    BROS.  @ INSURANCE, FiNANCEAL AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS  Represent the following reliable Companies.  There was no practice shoot 01 the  gun club on .Saturday lnst( as the  season is considered over. The total  aggregates for 11)01 will In- mado up  shortly and published in the llwiAi.n.  Tlie secretary of the H. l'\ (.'. wishes  u������ to acknowledge the present of a  liox of excellent cipiri from the  Knterprise Ci������ar (Jo., wliich helped to  entertain their friends from (ioiili'ii nn  Ijibor Day.  T. 11 Corlcy has leased I{. (Joi'ilon's  blacksmith *-hop on HitihhI Street.  Mr. Corleyis an expert hor*"* shoer  and general blacksmith and will no  doubt meet with a fair share of the  business of tho city.  The total defalcations from lixy  government funds committed by !���������*. (i.  Kaur-uier amount to SHOO, $1200 of  which -was taken at Xakusp ' and the  balance since he was made i^old commissioner here last October.  Mrs. T-iwrcncft and Miss Woodward  are reported to he making excellent  progress with their hospital collection  in the Lardeau. S200 at Ferguson  and $150 at Trout I^ike City, with  Camborne, the Landing and Comaplix  still to hear from.  It is reported that the. (enterprise  Cigar Co. have rented a portion of  John Sampson's, building on Second  ���������St. as a transfer of their plant to new  premises has been necessary by the.  approaching establishment of Mr.  McRae as postmaster in Mr. Atkin's  building now occupied by the company. This location for the post oflice  is entirely unsuitable to the business  interests of either end of town. Let  the- post office down town remain and  Mi*. McRue could then selfct a more  central point for his post office in this  rati.  Resolution of Condolence,  Kevelstoke. Sept. IOth 1001,  The B. R. T. of A.. Division No. 1.  Wish hereby 10 ti-ndi-r their heart  felt, svnipathyto the bereaved wife and  fainify of our late As*-i**t Gen. Supt.  Dtichesmiv. who w.is called away  so suddenly by tbe fallinjr or a large  rock from Cirihoo Joe tunnel. Trust-  inj: '.hat pirivideiiie will help lo  strengthen thi*'widow and her family  in their time of sorrow.  Local Committee.  Kevelstoke.  m  \(Z  MARACAIBO  The Pro,dn(:ial_B������ildinjr.iintLXoitn_Assnt-ialinii,-.ot-Joi*onto.-  The Canadian Jiirkberk Investnientand Security Co..Toronto. ���������  The B.C. Permanent Loan and Savings Company, of Varcouver.  he Norwich .Union Fire Insurance Society.      " FIBE.  he National Assurance Co., of 'Ireland.   * FIRE.  The J'henix Insurance Co., of Brooklyn. FIRE.  The Phoenix Insurance Co., of Hartford. FIRE.  he Queen Insurance Co., of  America. FIRE.  The lvpiitable Life Assurance Society. LIFE.  The Metropolitan Piate Glas. I nsuranee Co.  Agents for the Smelter Townsite.  Houses for Sale or Rent.  O. Drawei���������75  NewIPuM  Wm  A nu-i'-tin*^ will be held at -J. Gny  Biirlif-r's jewellery si ore tonight Hi  S k. for the purpose of raising funds tu  aid the football lenni to go to Kamloops to compete fur the Martin cup at  the fair on Sept. 25th. Kveryhody  interested is invited lo the meetintr.  Tbe present pioposition is to raise tbe  necessary funds by a dance.  A i-lir-lci. line of   the-i".   linn  confections always on 1 and  Kxtra Coating of Chocolate  H.ilr] nt Kaitcrn price.*):  50c. and 60c. per Ib.  BURNT ALMONDS  65c.   and   75c.    per   Ib.  Certificate  of  Improvements  FOR SALE  One  ;5H   Horse   Power   K*]|*liic  compli-le���������lU'iirly new.  One Kinvmill  coiii|ilcli*, with ICilxor,  I'lancr  nml Phlii|*;li! .Mill���������nearly nun*.   The nbove for  .-Milt-. K.O.M., Itevclxtokc, eliea,'i.  Apply to  JI. l'KKIIY-I.KAKK,  nn������ <-l| Jtovelstoku, Ii. C.  UOTICE.  f,t,hl Hill MInerr.l Claim, jiitnalp in the  I.i-vul.-itoke Mining J^lvlHion of Kbotcnny Pi������-  tri'-t.  Where f,oca(e-l: In Groutitl jron Iiatln. on  McCullongh Crc-.k.  TAKE NOTICK that f, C. B. Kume, Vrt-.f.  Miner'.*! CertlflcitM No. IJ, ViUti, liil'*n<l, sixty  flays from the *iato horcof, to apiily to tlifi  Mining keeorder for aCirtlllentc of Improve*  inent-i, for tlu- pnrc,oie of obtaining? a Crown  Grant of the at.ove claim.  And further take notion that action, under  Section \xl, must, hu commenced before the  iSKiianc of sueh Oertiliciite of   improvements.  Dated this Ith day of September, I'.mj.  Oct. 11���������tf  w. Bews, ni. b.  Druggist and Stationer.  TEL.  Shoemaker   Business  For Sale.  SHOP AND STOCK CHKAP.  To be sold liy October 20th.  D.   JENKINS.  The whole of the stock or part to suit  purchasers will be sold.  Sept 11���������Oct. 20  Notice to Co-Owners.  i'ri' .l.H.   Patterson   and   all   otherH  claiming  ' lhroiii*)i   him anv Interest In  Ihu  elitlins  hereinafter mentioned :  Undi-r Ihe Mineral Act, 1M17, and amendments  thereto:  .s'OTU;!-: IS .lf_.tl.Iir 0IVKN Hint wo, V.  McCarty aod II, J. Itourue have |perfornieci all  the rtHsesj-iriciu wfirk nxx the l*-alrvicw, Ilelelier  Arabian, VIciorlUL IV, Maple Leaf, Hhauirock  and Mainmi'lh lalnt-rat claim- situate in  tsrnmi'l Ilo^ lbi*ln. in lite Kevelstoke MinliiK  IHvislon of U'est Kootenay, localed in August  IW. and recorded at Kevelstoke on the .)rd  September. IK'.xi, anil that .1. H. I'lillemon, the  rccordcit owner of au IntereKt In tlie said  mini-ral claims has neglected to do or pay for  hi** share of tlie assessment work for the years  IX'Ki, l!Si0 nnd HSI I, aiul tbat unless said charges  arc not paid vvftliin nini:tydays from the first  publication of this nolicc. we shall proceed to  record said delinquent I meruit as provided bv  Hci'tiou II of the Mineral Act Amendmort Act.  1000.  Dated at Kevel*jloke,  .September, I'.KII.  It. U  r^ rv������������������,. .. f ��������� ��������� McCarty,  ������ ( I-I. J. Bourne  FOR SALE  Four thorouKhhrcil White F'lyinoutli Rock  It.rosters. All young birds. Apply to the  tlKKAI.I). Kept. 11���������3t  i: FOR SALE.  A Solf-Fecdcr. in good repair; can be bought  cheap lor cash.   Apply at the Hkrald office.  Sept. 11���������8C  . #mfy)i

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