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 g-ijAAMU,a.yi-  .'       rf-     -L,, >   ..  / r''y-'- -f'9itj;..  Vol    V.  No 74  REVELSTOKE B. C.     SATURDAY. 'SEPTEMBER  21, 3901.  $2 00 a Year in Advance.  Vi  ���������  v-4MW������^^evv;ctt'e������*������tt^s^'^'-3::<iM^i  This week we arc offering our  entire stock of Straw and  Linen Hats, including- Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  All thc newest and nobbiest  styles.  MEN'S   SUMMER   COATS  AND VESTS AT A GREAT  ^* REDUCTION ^  Hv-"'  Now in���������Big Stock of Ladies'  ancl Chiidrens' Lisle, Thread,  Cotton and Cashmere Hose.  Also a big stock of Gents'  Hosiery in Silk, Cashmere,  "and Cotton, -"-including " the  celebrated Health Hose.  m  "S"  II  ���������3.  If you want a really nice  thing in these goods come  and examine our stosfc.  A few lines left which we are  offering' at a great   reduction.  Don't   forget,   wc   carry-  thc  1     Jl'  __  :< of Heavy Hard-  S  HB iggesT Sr6cl:  ware in the City.     It will pay  you to get our Prices   before  purchasing.  A big shipment of Paints  Oils, Nails, Etc., arriving.  Tools of ail kinds always  in stock.  Ex-Mayor Wallace of Rossland  Makes a Deal ��������� With Cory  Menhenick.  Ii. S. "Wallace has completed a deal  for tho town-Mil*, of Camborne in the  Lardeau mining division. Mr. "Wallace has been travelling'for tho past  live months pretty well over Uritish  Columbia, and as far north as Alaska,  looking for an investment in real  estate or mines, ova good business  venture. Until quite recently he  found nothing of a promising nature.  On his arrival at Vancouver, al'ter his  trip nortli, he picked up a Vancouver  Province containing an article on  Camborne, 11. C. and its surrounding  properties. lie started for Camborne  tho following day and spent several  days there in looking over the properties of the camp, with the result  that he was so much impressed with  the future of tho place that hu took an  option to purchase some 300 acres of  the only available land for a townsite,  on which there wero at that time,  about liftoen buildings, and wliich  was about to be platted and put on  the market by Cory Menhenick, late  mining recorder for that section.  Mr. Menhenick arrived in Rossland  a few days ago to meet Mr. "Wallace,  and on Monday tho liiial transfer was  mado and. Mi*. "Wallace is now the  business and financial manager of  Camborne, though Mr. Menhenick  still retains a substantial interest, as  ho has great faith in the future  possibilities of thc embryo city.  Thu town is rapidly growing, and  about 200 men aro employed in and  about tho .surrounding mining properties. The government wagon road,  which is now under construction from  Thompson's Landing to Camborne,  will be completed by about Uio middle  of October uoxfc. This road is some  six miles long, and the giade is a very  easy one as Camborne is only 200 feet  above the level of Upper Arrow lake.  The ore deposits in and around Camborne are" extremely rich, antl while  the principal excitement at present is  over the immense bodies of free milling, gold, quart-/., -Koine*-.' high* -.grade  silver-load properties are being worked, and among the latter is the Beatrice upon which about! was recently  taken for $50,000 for a two-thirds interest. - -  Most prominent among the'free gold  properties, all of wliich are under bond  at prices ranging froni $30,000 to a  quarter 'of a million, - are the Gold  Finch, tho Eva. thc Oyster, Criterion,  Rossland, Cholla and Sir "Wilfrid.  Samples taken by Mr. Wallace from  these properties show free gold to the  naked eye, and even samples which  show nothing "in sight" will leave a  good deposit of gold when crushed by  hand in a mortar and horned out  from tho dross. , '  Mr. "Wallace leaves for Camborne in  a few days, and will at once assume  the active management of the town-  site. Ho proposes to start considerable improvement work in the way of  street grading, etc. He will appoint  an agent hero to look after the Rossland end of the business, ancl has  already booked a number of appli-  cTitionsfor 16ts"ijrhi.s~pWi������iisii%~t"owfi7  Mr. Wallace is vory cnthusastic about  tho future of Camborne, predicting it  will bo a second Rossland and that it  resembles the latter in being; situated  at the base of a mountain upon which  aro great ore deposits.���������Rossland  Miner.  'Feast.    Conducted  by   .Mr.   Chas.   F.  Lindmark.  11 a. m:���������Sormon by the Pastor,  "What the opening Century.Demands  of Chiisti.iu Youth."  l.'.li) p. in:���������Evening Service.  Opening Voluntary���������Violin and  Piano by Mr. Taylor and Miss Savage.  Doxnlogy���������Lord's Prayer.  1 ly nm, ���������'Thero  is   work   to   do   for  Jesus."  Prayer.  Chorus, "Faith is tho Victory."  Responsive Reading Oal. li. 1���������10.  Solo, Mrs. Dent.  Address, the President.  Hymn. "How Firm a Foundation.''  " What the Kpworth League is  Doing," .1. L, Johnston.  Solo, Miss I*Ve.  "What the Epworth League is  Going to Do," Miss A. Smith.  Solo, M i*. Allium  Hymn 1-17. "Throw Out thc Life  Lino."  Consecration, Rev. Mr. McTntvre.  Board of Trade.  At a meeting of the council of the  board of trade held on Thursday at  which Messrs Bourne, Brewster, Lindmark, Sibb.ild, Taylor. MeCarter and  the secretary were present, the vice-  president in tiie chair, a petition wns  presented from certain settlers at  Oraigrll.-ichie asking that the C- P. R.  he requested to move their station  from its present location to a point  ���������li miles further west aud a resolution  was adopteil that the board,hand th e  petition to Supt. Kilpatrick asking thnt  he forward it to. the proper quarteis  wilh a request that the company  furnish it small freight shed and waiting room at or near thp point mentioned by the petitioners, if the company  cannot see their way to mo ve the  station.  . Another resolution was also adopted  that the board is not in favor nf a  central post office at the preseut  time.  The Royal Visit.  The first train of the royal party  will contain Lord and Lady Minto and  staff and Sir Wilfred Laurier. It will  be in charge of Cond. Hopgood and  arrive at Revelstoke on Sjundav, Sept.  2!>th at 5.10 p. in. Thc socond train  with the Duke and. Duchess of Cornwall and York will be in charge of  Cond. Elson and will arrive SOininutes  later. * Master Muchanic Hail will  travel on the engine.  The Lesson of the Strike,  The manner in which the section  men on-thoO.-P. R. gained their,point  should be an everlasting lesson to the  self-styled aristocracy of the railroads.  It has shown conclusively thalthc section men are an absolute necessity and  a department of tho service that can  not long be despensed with���������Railway  Employes Journal.  AROUND THE  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  Supt. Bury of the Cranbrook division  to  Montreal  on important  Kilpatrick'*;  a   holiday   at  lias   goiio  business.  XV. L*'iisli*i* of Supt.  clerical stall" is away on  the coast.  R. Mee. (ravelling locomotive foreman, spent a couple of dnys in town  lhis week.  E. 3. C. Hudson, chief steward on  lhe ICootenay, is awuy on a holiday at  the coast.  Thos. Shangtiessy, president of the  O. P. R. bus boon knighted by the  Duke of Cornwall.  XV. M. Harris, steward of the C.P.R.  Hoot on Kootenay lake was married on  Sept. (ith to Miss Marguerite Lyons at  Nelson.  J. J. Walker, C. P. R freight agent  at Regina has secured a position on  thsN. P. R. and is leaving for Portland, Ore.  , Mr. Colwell, general C. P. R. baggage master at Winnipeg, accompanied by Mrs. Colwell is visiting  Vancouver and is the guest of Mr. and  Mrs. M. Rae al'Mt. Pleasant.  . XV. Baker, who has had charge of  the C. P. R. baggage department at  Columbia, has severed his connection  with that company, and has loft for  Seattle where he has accepted a position in a similar capacity.  ��������� A unsuccessful attempt was made  last Sunday night to rob the safe in  the 0. P. Jt. freight office at Portage  la Prairie. The ollice was entered but  the safe resisted the attempts of Ihe  would lie burglars to blow it open.  Chief despatcher Hodgson of Fort  William is t.o be transferred t.o Rat  ���������Portage and the trains on the C. P. R.  division froni Fort William lo Winnipeg will be controlled- from lhe Rat  Portage, ollice until further notice.  J. Caesar..C. P. R. station agent at  Markdale, Ont. and Mrs. Caesar art*  visiting friends in Ohilliwnek. ' Mr.  Caesar, who has been station agent al  Markdale I'or over 21 years is one of the  oldest agents on the entire system. '  W. Lewis, a C. P. R.' locomotive  foreman ta Montreal,  was  picked   up  dead, in the slioet in front nf his house  on Main St. with his neck and left arm  broken. It is supposed he went to  sleep while sitting on thc balcony ot  the house and fell over.  XV. 3. Magiier, recently ngent of lb*.  Nelson & Fort Shoppard railway at  Wiineta was committed for trial at  Nelson on Wednesday, charged with a  theft* of $SS9, being the proceeds of a  chock given him in payment of duty  aud freight charges on a car load of  machinery.  It. JT. 13a in bridge, who takes lhe  placo of resident engineor under Superintendent Downie made vacant by  (ho Iransl'erof F. P. Gutolius to Winnipeg, and family arrived at Nelson  on Sunday evening. Mr. Hainbridgc  was assistant to tho late Ii. .1. Duohes-  noy for about ton yearn. In 1SD0-1 he  was in fhe south country during the  Lime of tho construction of the C. i"c  K. road anil does not, therefore, come  thero as an entire stranger.  George Nodcll, a popular brakeman  on the Red Mountain railway, met  with an accident on Tuesday when between Shoe]) creek and North port. Ho  was either letting a brake oil' or putting it on, whon ho slipped and fell.  He was fortunate enough not to fall  between thc cars, but was prccipaled  over the side. The bank being stoop  at that point he slid, and his left foot  came in contact with tho rail; with  the result that the wheels of the cars  passed over it, leaving it hanging by a  thread of skin. lie is now in the  hospital at Spokane.  LATEST NEWS  BY WIRE  A VIRGINIAN ANARCHIST VERY  SEVERELY   HANDLED.  A SEVERE COLOMBIAN  EDICT  Reid & Young's New Store.  The new store erected liy Thus.  Downie on McKenzie Ave., makes a  great improvement to the appearance  of tho street. The building is two  stories high, 22x01, making one of the  most commodions stores in town. D.  McCarty has mado a good job of the  contract for erecting it and tinned out  a building, which is a credit tothocity.  XV. G. Birney is doing lhe p.'ifnling in  his usual artistic style. The windows  are of plate glass and I he plans for I he  electric lighting of tho store nre hot ii  novel antiell'eetive, the fittings for-the  windows and coiling lights being of  very tasteful design and furnished wit ii  reflectors.  Messrs Reid and young are open for  business to day. Their slock is newly  imported and comprises full lines ol'  lhe usual dry goods staples, gents  furnishings and boys ������������������clnihhiR. ��������� - A  .speciallv attractive feature are the new  French "flannel and silk blous.es and the  dress goods present a choice, and variety  unsurpas-ed in the city. The hool. and  shoo d>>pnrliiieiit will show full lines nf  every kind of boots and shoes for both  sexes aud all ages.  P������������������GX=XS>3X<&SX^^  DYNAMITE,  CAPS,  FUSE.  <]  We are agents for 'the celebrated BENNETT  JUSE.  ^=������4^^4^^*tf<^r������<r-������^^������^i^^������������^rfa  Accident at Salmon Arm.  J. Boulay, C. P. It. brakeman, met  with an accident, wliile going west-on  an extra freight on Thursday. - While  at Salmon Ann he fell from the top of  a box car and broke his leg just below  the knee. Ho was conveyed to the  Kamloops hospital, win.1.e the broken  bone was set.  Sectionmen   For   Firemen.  The following is con:  well known railroad niir  Shor   unil Michigan Son  Xj  has adopted a new  line  libnted by a  : "The Lake  thetn railway  of   promotion  which will work to thea-lvantage of a  certain class of employes who have  heretofore had no inducements in that  line held cut tn them. Hereafter all  locomotive firemen will be chosen fi-cm  the section men. The company has  discovered lhat tho experience to \)3  gained in track work is an. advantage  to locotnotivo 'men *ind they expect  this prospect of promotion will induce  strong young men to engage in track  work."���������Kikhart (Ind.) Truth.  Epwortl] League Anniversay.  To morrow is the tenth anniversay  of the Epworlji League of thc Methodist church in Revelstoke, The  services in the church will be in charge  of thv membere of the league. The  following programme has been  arranged:  10    ,   ui:���������Epworth   League   Love  Zionites Committed on a Charge of  Manslaughter.���������Canadians Carry Off  Large Percentage'.of Prizes at Buffalo.  ���������The Royal Party at Ottawa.���������The  Dominion Trades and Labor Congress  at Brantford, Ont.  Dim Mchskh, Iowa, Sept. 21.���������On  the person of a wounded prisoner, an  anarchist, the police of this city found  a letter mailed from Los Angelos two  weeks before thc shooting of President  McKinley, which promises to furnish  a clue to a conspiracy.  Brantkoku, Sept. 21.���������The Trades  and Labor Congress decided to ask the  Dominion Government to levy a tax  of JjioOO on every Chinaman entering  Canada. 'The Government's attention  was also called to the fact that many  Government employes secure holidays  to engage in other occupations.  Ottawa, Sept. 21���������The Duke and  Duchess ot Cornwall, reached Ottawa  yesterday morning and were enthusiastically received. They witnessed  a match for the Minto lacrosse cup in  the afternoon, the game resulting in 3  to 2 goals in favor of the Capitals.  Not a* foul was made during the game.  Phetokia, Sept. 21���������Lord Kitchener  reports that the Boers have captured  a company of mounted infantry and  two guns at Vlakl'ontein. One^officer  was   killed. The    Boers   were   in  superior force.  WoitcESTEit, Mass., Sept. 21���������Three  persons killed antl. 21 injured " by a  collision between a freight and work  train on the Boston Si Albany at noon  yesterday near this place.  Ottawa, Sept. 21.���������Twenty-nine  officers of the Strathcona Horse have  been given honorary rank in the  British Army corresponding to that  held by them in the Strathcona horse.  Victoria, Sept. 21 -Eugene Brooks,  tho Zionite Eider antl John Rogers  have.been committed for trial on two  charges of manslaughter. Two of  Rogers' children died for want of medical treatment.'  Panama Sept. 20.���������Colombia threatens to shoot Venezuelan prisoners  under a decree lately issued to the  effect that all foreigners aiding the  Colombian liblral movement or invad-  ing Colombian soil will be shot if  caught.  Richmond. Sept. 23���������A Pole, employed on au oyster boat near Norfolk. Va.  on hearing of President McKinley's  assassination' exclaimed : "Good, and  Teddy will be the next in a short ���������  time." The crew severely" beat him  nto-inseiisibilily and-theii-threw-him���������  overboard.  Tabloid Telegrams  Canadian with 35 per cent, of the  cattle emeries at the Buffalo fair win  00 per cent of the prizes.  Four men were killed last night in .*������  freight wreck at Wayne, Mich.  Prof. Goldwin Smith has donated  $10,000 to the library of Toronto Uni;  veisity as a tribute to the memory of  Alfred the Great.  The Dominion Trades and Labor  Congress in session at Brantford, Ont..  has endorsed the letter carriers' petition' for an increase of pay.  A statute of King Alfred wns unveiled by Lord Ros-obery at Manchester yesterdry.    ���������  Work was resumed at most-j of the  steel'coiubination's shops yesterday, as  result of the settlement of the strike.  King l*-dward and Queen Alexandria reached Helsingborg in Sweden  yesterday.  Onlario fruit growers have captured  mo=t of the silver medals offered for*  fruit at the Pan-American exhibition.  It* is reported that Mr. KrugiT is pre-  paring> memorial to President Roosevelt soliciting intervention of United  in Africa.  The entire telegraph system ot the  United States wns suddenly hushed for  live minutes at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday,  the hour set for lowering the President's body into the grave at Canton.  The steamer Nicuola arriving at  Detroit from Daluth, brought a report that the steauiei: Hudson .foundered off Sagle riyer last Monday, aU  her crew of 25 men heing drowned ir������  ; the heavy sea.  Tlie Montreal* street nulway carried  500,000 people during the two day's or  the Duke of Cornwall's visit to.that,  citv.. I'ubilnlicd liy  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  .Mniingl>i������ Director.  A Semi-Weekly Jonninl published In llio  Interest*) ot (he railway niun. uiiiilii*-; mt'" "ii'l  business ineli of the West. Dnys of l'liblk'iulon  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVKmlSINfi  KATES.  Display ads.,fl.DO por inch; single eolumn,  12 por inch **vhc*ii in������erto<l i on title piiro  Legal ads., 10 cents per Ineh (nonpiiricl) line  for Ilrst insertion; .1 cents for each additional  Insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line each  Issue. Blrtli, .Marriage und Death Notices  free.  sinisciuiTioK hatiis.  By mall or carrier, fi per aiinuin; .'l.'ij for  six mouths, strictly in advance.  GUI! JOB DKl'AKTJIliNT.  Is one of the best equipped priming ollices In  the West and prepared to execute all kinds of  printing* fu llrstclass style at honest prices.  One price to all. Xo job too hti'Kc���������none loo  mnall*��������� forus. Mailorders promptlv attended  to.   tilve us a trial on yournexi order.  TO COHIinSI'ON'I.KNTS.  We Invite correspondency on nnv subject  ol iuterest lo the Kcneral public. Iii all cases  the bona tide name of the writer must accompany manuscript, but not necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications to the MiimiKvr.  NOTICK TO COIlKKSl'ONI.l'.NTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side uf the paper only.  2.���������Correspondence contmitiiiK personal  matler must be signed wilh llie proper mime  of the writer.  (i. ...GItOGAN, Editor.  Saturday, Auiuist 21, 1901.  THE NEW TACTICS.  Capital on this side of tho water  has, as might be expected, been quick  to take the hint alTorded by the recent  decision of the lawyers in the House  of Lords in the old country. By giving  corporations power to sue the Iradet*  unions for damages incurred through  the action of thc unions in ordering  strikes or preventing in any way the  companies from procuring the services  of men to lake thc strikers' places, or  in any other way interfering with the  companies' business, this dictum of the  law lords threatens to cut at the vory  foundations of unionism. If the funds  of a union are liable lo be thus attacked, strikes will become out of tho  question and labor reduced to disorganized impotence. The decision is  the most effective weapon wliich the  law in Great Britain has at any time  placed in the hands of the corporations.  It is small wonder,, therefore, to lind  capital on this side bringing it to  bear. The first cases of the kind are  pending in Rossland right now. The  Rossland Great Western JMincs, Ltd..  the Le Roi Mining Co., Ltd., and th**  Centre Star Mining Co., Ltd., are  suing the Rossland Miners' Union, the  Western Federation of Miners and  other, unions aud individuals for  damages for procuring certain persons  who had entered into contracts with  the plaintiffs to break their contracts,  conspiring to induce others not to  enter into contracts with ihe plaintiffs  and for intimidating said persons to  the injury of the plaintiffs. In the  Le Roi case the damages arc set ai  $50,000.  On the decisions in these cases a  great deal depends. If they go against  the unions und these tactics" become  generally adopted by the corporations  on this side of the Atlantic, then in a  very short while labor of all kinds  from the most highly skilled down will  find its only lawful weapon of defence  against the aggression of capital  dashed from its hands.    And then ?  THE PUBLIC BE  It seems that nothing is to be allowed  to stand in the way of providing -Mr.  McRae with an official job. Tn spite  of the wishes of everybody in town,  with the exception of possibly half -a  dozen persons at the very outside,  this precious central post ollice scheme  is to be forced upon us. It is no ns-e  protesting or petitioning. Mr. .McRae  miiit be provided for and the job  rushed through. So little <!o those.  who are engineering this disgraceful  businebs take any stock in the public  interest, that as lhey have .failed to  get any other place to suit their ideas,  the school children are to be turned  out of the lower floor of the oddfellows  building at the corner of .Second and  Government streets, in order thnt Mr.  McRae may be installed there inste.id.  The school trustees have received  notice to get out by   the   end   of   the  month and have now-to hustle   round  o  ancl hunt np some other building for  Miss Fraser's room full of little children. The trustees have to clear out  their belongs by Monday, Sept. 30th.  The new post, oflice opens up there on  Tuesday morning Oct. 1st. What  kind of chaos the mail of tbis city will  be reduced to for the first few weeks  of the new office, with a perfectly unexperienced man in charge* and wilh-  out any proper facilities for handling  the mail matter, we leave onr readers  to imagine for themselves. Messrs  Galliher and McRae must think that  the Revelstoke people have very few  tights that they uie bound to   respect.  DONE BROWN.  Whether in* no the result of the New  Westminster I'lection wn Woiliies lay  last amounts constitutionally to a vole  of want of confidence in the Dunsmuir  ministry is a point which, it would  seem, it is for Sirlleniy .loly to deride.  However, that may be if bus practical-  cooked the government goose. Mr.  Urnwii is now a member of the cabinet  without a sent in the legislature. A  scat he has either to gut or resign his  portfolio. The scandal of private and  irresponsible individuals conducting  the business ofthe piovince is one, lo  wliich British Columbia expects Sir  Henry lo put an cud. We have hud  all we want of lhat class of political  comic opera. Of course tliere is a seat  opened iu Victoria, by lhe resignation  of Mr. Turner, whicli Mr. Brown can  conlt'sl. Hut for n man turned down  yesterday in bis own particular stamp  ing ground uud political preserve in  New Westminster it would be a very  forlorn hope to tackle I he business in  a si range cily such as Victoria. The  situation is ono full of perplexities for  Mr. Brown.  11 is no less so lor the nii'iiibt'is of  tlio Ouusuuiir cabinet, upon whom  Mr. Brown was forced as a tolleagui',  but who have -smothered their ri'scnt-  inent and hung on, wailing to see.  which way the ball was going to h'ip.  They cannot veiy well resign now and  go into opposition and lhey must  recogni/.o the fact that lhey have small  mercy to expect from their con-  stilucnts.'when the inevitable crash  comes. Meanwhile there is an attractive opening I'or a bright, active, pushing young man, in neodof a temporary  situation, as Minister of Mines at  Victoria. . Suitable references from  the electors of one of tho provincial  ridings a sine ijua non.  TIIE TRUST IN ACTION.  The lookout for silver-lead mining is  just about as blue as they make it. Tn  order to control lhe output the price  of pig lead has been forced down bailie American Smelter Trust, till not  only in the Slocan and East Kootenay  but now m the famous Coeur d'Alene  camp producers are being "forced lo  the conclusion." as the Rossland Miner  says, "Unit it is more profitable for  ihem to leave their lead ores stored in  the bosom of the. e-trth rather than  mine undor existing conditions." If  there is in existence a belter illustration of the enormous and far reaching  power uf "harmonized interests,'1 Hie  Ili-:it.\i.i) lias not so far come across it.  And remember that it is nn instance  not of any casual or accidental effect  of the being of the trust. Jt is the  essential condition of its r.tison d'etre  that it shall be able to control the output. Unless it can do Lhat the trust is  useless to the men, who formed it.  And to control Lhe output on a large  scale there i.s only one way and Lhat is  to lower the price of tho product. The  trust can of course, in isolated instances, cease buying ore in particular  districts, as they have done in Kootenay. That course, however, would  lead to the erection of smelters uncnn  trolled tiy the trust, which would have  to be purchased to prevant them from  interfering with its aims. It can  obviously only be taken with safety in  the case of a new and isolated camp  such as Kootenay. of which the production is as yet comparatively  limitpd. The most sweeping]? efTecl-  i v_*_u_oLhod���������is-tO-rsdiicG-t-he��������� or-xoe���������oi���������ths-  product of their own .=m el turf, since  that course discourages the erection of  smeller.**- elsewhere, as w.;ll as de-  cr������ast*"> the output of the ore. Ir. may  reasonably be doubted whether even a  smelter und refinery entirely owned  and run by the Dominion Government  could successfully compete against a  un.rki't for lead manipulated by the  hostile smelling trust, across llu; line,  just a", itmay lie reasonably ijuesl ioncd  whether a transcontinental railway  .-ystcin, even if eiiLiivly rr.vn?d  and operate.1 by Lhe Dominion Government, could succn-ssfiilly com  pete for through trallie against Ibr  host ile combination of railway interests on the olher sidf. Government,  owned smellers and railways could he  run. no doubt, but roulil they, under  the circumstances, be made lo make  both ends icxeel? This is a (..(.lenity  peculiar lo Canada iu tlv* path of  governinenL ownership, which has to ;  be faced. Tn tlie meanwhile-, Kootenay lead is marked down with tho rest  and smelter, . returns in Kootenay  govern themselves* accordingly.  it  m^mrnm^^M^wm^mmm^mm^mm^mmm^  SPACE RESERVED FOR  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  3PAOE_BESERVEb FOR  OR  K,  Revelstoke  Station.  1  4  j  BAKI-.R,  CONTJ5CTIONER,  mul eiiterer Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  ORAHAA1 BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  P. O. Box  13:  ������ox Revelstoke, B.C.  aa8Bammn.-jij.Mw aw vmgaasr  m  m  SPRING and SUMMER M  hi  S3  m  m  fe  Millinery  The Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  m.  m  m  6  hi  J������3J   Madison   Alillinery   Parlors.  ^  $������$ ��������� 'HI  H Misses Shepard & Bell ������|  A GOOD  NAME....  Ts better than riulies   We hnve the ihliiig of mnkinff  the only St-rlia-h .Suits in Town  ���������for durabiliiy and quality  they also excel".   ������������������ TPY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  ������������������tf**'***^*********.*!*****;^*^  J.F. McLeod  ��������� Confectioner and Grocer  Fresh Eggs  Butter  Vegetables  Always on lumrl.  * Ice Cream  I   Home Made Candies  Ln specialty.  ..BARGAINS  ..IN   Aliout 60 healthy plants, including; l-'iischiiis.  Geraniums, l<e*.*miius, Ktc, frum '2Gc. up.  wards. Call eiiriv unci gel llie ehoiee. Sale  begins Monday, Aug. 12th. Siorc on  Mackenzie Avenue.  MRS. C. TURNROSS.  Oscar Strauss,  MINING  CONTRACTOR,  CAMBORNE, B. C.  AU kinds of mining, contracts  '���������'    taken and work executed in a  work manlike .man ner.   -  PRICES ON APPLICATION.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To J.H. PAtt������*r**on nn*i all others el aiming  lhrough nim nnv interest in the claims  hereinafter int'nifoiitttl :  L*ivler ih������: Mineral Act, l&O't, and iimoiulmcnts  thereto: c  NOTICI-: TS��������� HEREBY crVEN" Hint we, F.  McCarty anM it. J.Iiourne have performed all  Ow- H-������ewMne:nt work mi the Knfrvleiv, Helchcr  Jt ruMun, Victor!* IV. Mnpl-n I,������Mif, Shamrock  rivI .Mum moth uiitjprHl Hium**, situate in  '���������roiiri'l Hox-L'.ii>f:i, in the Kevelstoke Mining  JMvUJon of \Ye������t Kootenay, located fn AUfru.s!.  l^i**; nnd rr-*rnrded at fVvelstoIre on tho .'tnl  St'ptoiiihur. lK(j*r������. Hii_l that.I.f. I'attPr������on, the  r- mriled owiii-r of hu InterfK in thu snid  irtifnTtii ���������Mann* ha>- n**irU*cted tn do ur pay for  lii-t^harc of thi'a-^eitrncriL work for thy y-niir*  \y.t). 11**) un.l l\m, and that <iulu4H*Hl<]<_.hkrK<:t>  hf* not jial'l within iiliK-ty'lay from the /lr*t  l'i;V>!i*r Hiioii ������'f thi" notice, v,c shall proet'ed to  r--������:wrd -*������id ������i<������(inrpK-rit fnicri-'iit a������. provided hv  .-'���������^thm li f-f the Mineral Act Amendment Aot,  1900.  ffttc] at Kcvalotoko, B.C, this oth dnv of  r-cj.ici-'itjer. 1WI.  Co-Owners    rr   ,   T, '  I H.' J. Bourn'k  Notice to Co-Owners.  J!fc^ UNION ^12  m  m  Cigar   Factory  REVKLSTOKK,    B.C. M,  H. A. BRO WIS',   Prop.  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL   and THE   UNION  T'> I'.-cHAitr* ircr-UK'nr*.       ,  1'nflur Minernl Act trYii srul HmorKlmonti  Hi'-rcto, aotiidii hernby eiven tliHtvri!, Lrml-e  i.^ontine (irii.ait.itt and fin. t.xuttl. liavo litre-  /*.rm^rl nil tiiea*i.*.CH*iinerit worJc on the "Golden  Engl'*" minernl claim, pImhIoI nn tlie ilivl'le  hruvptiTx Krnnch arid Moi'Jiilloclc (iri:':kti. at tlitx  head of riromi'l Una lia-tiri tn thu HIk Ilcnd  fll**t.-ict nf Well KootBliny, Im-atU'l lfitti Pop-  ii:mhi*r. JH'iO nn-] rnmrded 21 Hi*[>t������mtj'=r, lh'ir,  and thnt I'.icliar'l Mclilarinicl tliu rerorded  tm-iir-r of onn-lialf "l:iton;it in said mineral  tilalin luw nv.ir,lf.t>tc:rl to flo liis Kharc ni the  work nr to pay for ������am<: for llie years 18'JS, 1.1:19.  limn jinil l!Kil. Nntic* ii lif*ri*l>y given to the.  i.hI'1 Pieliard MoIJinrmid lhat uiilcis *iiiin  elinrsci are pnld within ninety days of tin;  first piilillcalloii of thia nutlrc we8lia.il proeeed  to record saitl delinquent intercut ai provided  byrartloni] of llie "Mineral Act Aincudmant  Act, IWrfl."  Dated at  rtevelitoke, 1). C, Gth August, 1001.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day.  .  Monthly Rate.  J.TAlbert-Stone���������^-Brop*  ���������AND:  "Soo Line"  IMPERIAL  LIMITED  Starting June iolh,  will  make the run from Coast to  Coast in  100   Hours  Chenp Rates  Now In Effect to the  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  T. W. Bradshaw,      J, E.Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  Agent  Kevelstoke.  Large nnil Well uiKlitcri  Sumplu >tuuins   lleiiled ljy Mot Air and Kieclric  ir.��������� ii.,*'!,... .  mi..*    *      "*���������'"���������> "nil J.lulii In every room  1'iee lins .Meets All  Iraiii.s  IvcuMinuMe Hales    ���������tHOTEL  ^vXCXJOX^XJ^^^:  .IOMN V. 1������1!1{ICH, Piioi-iiiKTou.  ^'���������fc'lit   drill itoiui in (".niiectimi for thu (;onvenleiiee of Clncsts  lionrlv Street Car r~\ n n  Het������<.-i..������otcU-,,lS.at,on K@^(iOst������ \<������ ,    lo ^  +***********.l***.t*.l.**i.4.*1.4***I*W  ���������*  ���������!<  ���������il  ���������*  **  ���������s<  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������s.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.    A good Bar, well Supplied with'  Choice Wines.   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets AH Trains.  >>*���������  fr  *���������  fr  f  fr  fr  f  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  fr  <*  fr  fr  fr  TOPS. %  mi^mmmmmmmmMmmmmmmm.  m  m  e PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     M, TON.     SAUSAGE.  ^ '      FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  a������IW'..'**.'.**ll''CTmTtJj.lJMjwrgvj.jinj<v>^.^.������iiiili.. in   I TnLEPMONK  Xo. 101.  1'. O. llox  The Prospectors' Exchange!  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, E. C.  Cinld, Silver Lend and Opper Miiies waiited at tlio _t0"MCxcliiiii|*:c.  ]"ree .Milliiif (JoM I'roperties wanted a: miec for liastern investors '  .ot!.e'li^L^e1"Khii;ifi^OPCr'yf"rS,lle'lro "-luc-tcd lo*^������1 ������--mplos of their ore  All sum,des should be sent by express I'ropuirt.                 Correspondence solicited.  1 Address all coniiiiiiiiiciitloiis to    DREW F. ROSENBERGER^       Neison.-B-c.  ���������U3!UJ.WTO������IT*M���������r.tim  TOBBTmiMii.uniLaj.ini liii..,.i.u .uiam "*^*"."-���������vtmfmmmmmami  II. C. 1-aRSOX, 1-rcsideiit. M. .1. O'HKIEN-, Mainiging Director  T������ Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  WINES, LEQUGSS AKD CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  Kevelstoke,  15. C.  REVELSTOKE  Stsam Laundry Co.'y.  Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give io good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. \V. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcel*., baR(ragc. etc/  to any part of the city  BUKER & SAXTON,  ������     Proprietors.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  Stor.'  St ieftv Rt ^: M- Smythe's Tobacco  aUeii'tfon      Olepl-I011e Ko- ��������� will receive prompt  Jas. I. Woodrow  Bgrcggg  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....-  All orders promptly filled. ,  ^^KffiSi. EBYBHRF01B, B.CT.  a _rcita_gii_���������iffi.mff^  .-3  9S}  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining', telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper of such an important Railway Oentre, 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  Golumbia and Alberta will find the news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and tlie happening's affecting themselves and their fellow employes. THE HERALD  has long enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper published in the district, which is now  rapidly increasing among*, the Railway Men East,  West and South. It is hardly necessary to point  out to 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 Golumbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printer ies. i .  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 uso of the material at their  disposal. THE HERALD does not claim to be the  only printing' house in the district? but it does  claim to be ".     ,  xxp !*  g*  And in a position to give as ^ood value for the  money expended, either for advertising* space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as:can be given  by any other \iqv-.sq of the kind in "British Columbia. Write, for Samples of Printing". All work  turned out promp oly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail.  Printed and Published'by  'lib.  LIMITED  LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing* Director.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   II. A., 1.1..U.  llarrister.      Solicitor,    Notary    I'nlilic,   Ktc.  McKenzie Avenue, JteVclstuku Station. .  Monev to loan,  pjAHVKV, JI'CAKTKR ,fc PINKHAM  liitrristers. Solicitors, Elc.  Solicitors for Imperial Hank of Cauada.  Company funds to loan ntS per cent.  FutsT Stiikkt, itevclstoke Station, H. C.  CHURCHES  .METHODIST CIIUKCII,   Itl.VI'I-STnKK.  Preaching services at 11 a. m. ami l:'.'.x) p. in  Class mccnuc; at ilie clo*-c ul llie morning  service. Sabbath .Scliool ami tiiblo Cla***, ut 'if.ixx  Weekly Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  evening at ":.:-_. Tlie public arc cordially  invited.   Heals free.  Kev. C. Ladncr, Pastor.  0G0M0YIVE  st. 1'i:ti:p. s ciiukcii, aniii.ican.  Eight a.m., Holy Kucharisl; lt a.m., matins,  ".itany nnd sernio'n (Holy Hucharisl lirst fjiin-  dav iii the mouth); '2:.!o   Sunday   school, or  children's service; li'ixx Kvensong (choral) and  sermon.   Holy  Days���������Tho Holy  l'.uctiarist is  celebrated at 7 ti.ui. or S a.m., ns announced,  llolv lluplisui afier Sunday School ai:i:l,..  c. A. iM'OCL'Nir.K, Keclor.  l'lllMlYTKIlIAN   Clll'ltCH.    ".  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:.10 p.m.  to wlilcli all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  S p. in. every Wednesday.  ui:v. w. c. <j.u.i>i:i'., Pastor.  ROMAN  CATHOLIC CIIUKUII.  Mass   at 10::>u a. in.,   on   llrsl,   second  and  fourth Suudavs In lhc iiiouili.  Itl.V.   PATH Kit   TIlAYKIt.  SALVATION   AI'.MV.  .Meetlii-,'every nlflit In llieir Hull on  Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wednesday in  iflbW    Oddfellows' Hull alSo'clock  '*Slr      Visiting Knights invited.  L, 11. Bucic, CO.     :    :    :    :    :    :  :   : F. B. Lewis, K. ol* Jt. & S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1653.  Kegular mcetlnirs arc lield in lht  Oddfellow's Hall on llie Third Friday of each mouth, at S p.m. sharp.  Visiting lirethrcn cordially invited  THOS. STKED, W.M.  W. G. IHH.N'KY, lU-c.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  lloyal School of Minos, London.    Seven  vear.**  at Aforfa   Works,  Swansea.    17   years   Chiel  Chemist   to Wi^'att Goal and Iron  Co.,   Kng.  Late chemist and Assaver, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined anil repor.ed upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  db  -Mk.  ttecl Rose Degree moots sot'ond and fourth  Tuesdays of each  month; Whito-lloMi Degret  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   ViMtinu brethren welcome  WM! WATSON. IIY. ICDWAIIDS,  rrusident. Secretary.  H. EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, HTItDS, Eto. MOUNTKD,  Furs Cleaueil and I*e;-aired.  JUST J! A ST OF PilESHYTKitlAX CHUItCIIi  Third Street.  Certificate of Improvements  3STOTIOE.  "O.K." Mineral Claim, situate in the  lievelstoke-Mining Division of West Kootenav  District:  Whero located;���������In Ground Hog llasin, on  McCullongh Creek.  TAKU NOTICK that I; Charles F.Liudmark,  of Kevelstoke, Free Miner's Certilicale No. II,  ���������17'J.IU, in tend,-sixty days from the dale hereof,  to apply to the .Mining Recorder foi* a Certili-  cnto of Improvements, for tlio purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grunt of Ihu above claim.  Andfurlhoi* takoMiollce tiiat action under  Section 37. must be comtuetici'd before tlie  Issuance of such Certlilcaic of Improvement**.  Bated tliis Sl'h day of August. A.I)., l'JOl.  Augl7'.!m CHAS. I'". Ll.VDMAltK.  The Division of the Pacific  Northwest in Session at  Spokane.  On Monday afternoon the brotherhood ol' the Locomotive Eugineers of  the Pacilic division met in the"Auditorium at Spokane. State Labor  Commissioner, XV. Black, represented  tlie Governor of Washington, Grand  Chief P. JM. Arthur, of the B. L. E..  made an address, in the course ot  which he declared against the sympathetic strike.  Mayor Byrne, of Spokane, in wel-  coining thu chiet and brotherhood  said:  " Tt is with great pleasure that I  welcome you to this city. Your career  has been a remarkable one; to be at  the head of as powerful an organization as the Locomotive Engineers for  DO years is 11 very great honor, and no  ordinary man could fill that grand  position.  " Vou have been extremely conservative in the manner ir. which you  have handled the engineers' organization and you have made the organization of locomotive engineers highly  respected, c  "There is no class of men which  conies so intimately in touch with the  people as the engineers, as we have  constantly to entrust our lives to their  care.  " The ordinary citizen ;in his Pull  man or day couch   too   often  forgets  that his life and all he has are in the  hands or the man at Lhe throttle in the  engine.  A  HIGH flltADE MAX.  " Jt takes a high grade of man to l>=  an engineer; he must be temperate,  clear headed and courageous, and  anything or any legislation thil has a  tendency to shorten the hours or  increase the wages of engineers is to  our direct advantage. For if ��������� the  I'.'iilroau companies do not pay good  wages they cannot got a high grade of  men. and if the working hours are_  long, the 'engineers aie- liable to  become exhausted, both mentally and  physically, and in that way hundreds  of lives may be lost. "Many a' life has  been lost and much property, destroyed tlirough the unfortunate mistake of the railroad companies working  lhe men too long, "tnd as a consequence  t is to our direct advantage that* the  engineers are well organized, in order  that they may be enabled to get good  wages and short hours, which gives  the community a good class of men, so  that they will be mentally anil  physically capable of taking care of  the great trust which is put into thiir  hands when they are put in charge of  a passenger train. It" is also greatly  to the advantage "of capital that men  in lheir employ are well paid and -not  overworked."  CHIEF AKTHUR ON THE B. L. Kl   .  A grand ball was given  on .Tuesday .  evening   by, the   brotherhood   in  the  new Elks'Temple.  Speaking, to a. Chronicle reporter  Mr. Arthur said of the brotherhood :  "The real mission of the organization has been to upbuild the men  morally, socially and intellectually.'  We differ somewhat in our methods  from the so called trades unions. We  have endeavored for the past 38 years  to keep aloof from all entangling  alliances with other classes outside of  the railroad brotherhoods. There  are four railroad brotherhoods���������that  of the Order of Railway Conductors, ���������  thc brotherhood of Railway Trainmen  the Brotherhood of Locomotive   Fire-. .  Certificate of Impr overiients  ZEsTOTiaZE.  Cold IIIII Mineral Claim, situate In tlie  Kuvclslnki! .Miiiliiy Division of Koutonav llistrict.  Where Located: In (iroiind Hoc liasiu, on  .McCiiIIouhIi Creel:., '  TAI-.K NOTICI*; Unit I, <;. 11. Hume, I'ree  Miner's Cenilleate No. II, lTb'.);>. intend, slxiv  da)- from tin. date licrci.f. to apply to the  M Hit UK *><'<*<i**i|i.r lor a Ccitiflciile of Improvement-, fi.r tint purpii-i- of obtainluL' a crow 11  Uriuit nl the nl.ove claim.  And furilier lake nolicc thai action, under  Section "7. must be commenced before the  i-.t-ii.iiii--* of Mich Curilliciituof Improvement*-.  Dated lhis 11)1 day ������t September, I'.mi.  Oct. !l-lf  FCR SALE.  One <-olini*c Conl Slow and om- Do*** Stove  Cheap for cash.   Apply at I.oivls liros.     si 1-Ut  Shoemaker   Business  For Sale.  SIIOI'AND STOCK CH1...P.  To bo Mild by October aoili.  D.   JENKINS.  The whole of the stock* or part to suit  purchasers will be sold.  For Sale  Tiie following   household articles  are  ollereti for sale  1    SEWING   MACHINE  cooks'tove, BED-  SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES, CHAIRS and  OTHER   ARTICLES. . . .  MRS. BROWN,   Opposite  the  Opera House  men and the organization of railroad  telegraphers. These we cheerfully  cooperate with in any movement  decided upon with a view to (lettering their condition. '  "Our relations at the present time  with the railroad companies of the  country are very pleasant. We have  no difficulty in meeting with them  when necessary to assist the men in  adjusting any grievance. We are  under obligations to, them for many  favors bestowed uponour organization from time to time. ���������  "We have been endeavoring for  many veal's to give the railroad companies reliable, trustworthy men.  We require them to be teinjicratc, of  moral character and have at least one  year's experience a.s engineers. Our  policy with other people in difficulty  or conflict with employers has lieen of  non-interference, strictly neutral.  "We favor ami always have favored,  arbitrating     tlicu    difficulties.        In  other   words,   we   favor    submitting  Ihi'se disputes to   arbitration   in   pre-*  furence    to     resorting     to     coercive  IIIC'IKUIL'S.  "The most important feature concerning our organization is our insurance department, which was  established in December, 1867. through  which we have paid to the widows and  orphans and disabled members over  $0,000,000. A man may carry one or  four policies, namely : Seven hundred and fifty dollars, S1500. ������3000 and  S1500. AVe pay the full value of policy  for loss of a hand, arm, limb or one or  lioth eyes."  In the course of his conversation he ���������  stated that there are 578 subdivisions  in the brotherhood, which   represents  about 37,000 men.  Wanted���������Dining room girl.for the  Eootenay House Golden, references  required. Apply, Whiting & Rogers,  Golden. Sept. IS 3t 4*4^'l'*t*l**i*'l''t*l*'t't'l''i''l''i'-i''t't'l''i''i'-I-'I''l***  I SCHOOL    *  j      BOOK  % ALL THE NEW  * EDITIONS   AT..  t Canada Drug & Book Co |  t REVELSTOKE. *  $ t  fr ************ j.**********'**  we*2/y MKri^&nyL rtiyiyny ������JUMiJyx/  ^m^L^-yst^ y3&*^ yyMimy  ���������fu  i<nu.yey ������huSih^ 07i������vy-  CjMiynyfirtL'Z  yUritiis ^r^-un^i^iya^   fyh ������  BORN.  Edwards���������On 20th inst., to Mr.  Mrs. Jim  Edwards a son.  and  Cigar   Factory  KUVKLSTOKI*:,    11.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop,  OUR  Brands: ,  SPECIAL and THE  UNION  It  I  ii  .it  n>  w>  W>  H  Wi  ���������ji  &  Q  MARRIED  Lade���������Otto���������At the residence of Mr.  R. Davis, on the evening of the li)th  instant, by Rev. C. Ladner, Mr. J.  A. Lade, of Ferguson, 13. O., to Miss  Nellie Otto, recently of Waverley.  Nova Scotia.  Fall Fairs.  Tr,e O. P. R. have made rates to the  various fall fairs witli limits as shown  below.  Ashcroft tickets sold Sept. *2lth and  25th, good to return Sept. 2Sth, round  , trip $8.85.  Kamloops tickets sold Sept. 21th,  25th and 20th. good to return .Sept.  JSOth, round tiip $0.50.  New Westminster tickets sold Sept  29tn and 30th, Oct. 1st and 2nd, good  to return Oct. 7th, round trip $12.35  Notes of News.  XV. McNeish. of Golden, paid a  visit  to town on Thursday.  Wanted���������Two smart girls at Union  Cigar Factory.  W. C. Calhoun is to he assistant to  A. McRae in the new postoflice.  Miss A.'.Berger and Miss Williamson  visited town from Rogers' Pass on  Thursday.  E. C. Fromey started work on the  excavation for the new hospital yos-  erday.  Miss B. Sawyer and Miss V. Coleman  returned yesterday from a visit to  Enderby.  Rev. C. Ladner returned on Wednesday morning from a visit to thc  Okanagiui,  F. lMcUelh, manager of the Molsons  Bank, returned this morning from a  visit to the coast cities.  J. E. Spurling has gone to Ferguson  to take a position in the office of - the  Great Western Mines Ltd.    ���������  Fred. Fraser has been gazetted  deputy district registrar ol* the  Supreme Court for Revelstoke.  Rev. Mr. Mclntyre and Miss Jit-  lntyreof Enderby, are in town the  guests of their sister, Mrs. R. Davis.  ���������Reid & Voting will open up thei  new fall stock in their new premises.  You are invited to inspect the goods.  Mrs. T. Booth and family have left  for Rogers Pass to join Mr. .Booth,  ���������who is in the C. P. R. service at that  point.  ���������Positive assurance has been received  from Ottawa that lhe Duchess uf  Cornwall will accompany the Duke to  Victoria.  The subject for the Presbyterian  pulpit on Sunday evening next will be,  "Some Lessons from the Assassination  of President McKinley."  The   Kamloops   football   club have  reconsidered the point aiul will allow  the lievelstoke team to contest for the  ��������� Martin challenge cup at the fair.  "^Monday Sept.   30th.   is   gazetted   a  "^i^lidayl'orlin"-public-<SlTooTs"oir_the"  inain line in honour of the  visit of the  Duke and Duchess of Cornwall.  The Imperial Bank are about to  make some alterations and improvements to the bank building. D. McCarthy has the contract.  D. McCarthy has the contract for  the erection of an addition and other  improvements to L. T. Solloway's  retidence on Third street.  J. AV. Bennett ha-s arranged iv smoking and reading room at the back of  his store on Station Road, which is  extensively patronized by the hoys.  Among the passengers from . the  south on Thursday were A. Ferguson  ofthe Triune, Jas. V. Lade, Horace  Hume and Mrs. Hume, of Nelson,  who are en route east.  .Services in St. Peter's church tomorrow, Sixteenth Sunday after  Trinity, will be as usual nt 8 and 11 a.  in. and 7.30 p. in. Kev. (_'. A. Prr:-  viinier officiating.  A ypecial meeting will be held for tl.e  fcwearingiu of Sister M. Lewis at the  Salvation Army barracks on Sunday  evening at 8.30 p. in. Hallelujah lime.  Everyone cordially invito/1.  No meeting of the city counriJ again  last night. Thc mayor intends to cil  one for Monday looming at 10 k. The  clerk cannot got on with iiis collccloi 's  roll until the council innds and strike  a i-atc.  The Mayor and Alderman Tuylor  will represent Hsvelstoke at. tlie Vancouver reception -of tlie royal ��������� party.  Whether any other members of the  council will go or not, cannot Instated at present.  ���������New store, new stock and well  lighted for evening shopping at livid  &.Young's.  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in the Compounding o  Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of experience raid  training���������assure that degree of EC-  curacy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Biing  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  LEWiS    BROS.  INSURANCE, FiNANCBAL AHE) REAL ESTATE AGENTS  Represent tlie following reliable Companies.  "8  El  ,<ti!  w  -*.*-**1  Abs������8yte|^ Pfeeessa  To pure  Clothing*  I in  you want in  tnd Fumishint; Lines from  rap  as/  ���������5R  The Provincial Building and Loan Association, of Toronto.  The Canadian Birkbeck Investment.and .Security Co.,Toronto.  The 15.C. IVi'iii.'ineiit Loan and Saving*? Company, of Vancouver,  The Norwich  Union Fire Instiranco Society. ��������� FSRE.  The National Assurance Co., of Ireland. FIRE.  The  Pheiiix Insurance Co., of Brooklyn. FJRE.  The Phoenix  1 nstiranco Co.. of Hartford. FiRE.  The Queen  Insurant:)! Co., of   America. FIRE.i  The  Kqiiitablu  Life Assurance Society. LIFE.  The Metropolitan  Plate Cilas  Insurance Co.  Agents for the Smelter Townsite..  Houses for Sale or Rent.  P. O. Drawer���������75.  (*>  %,m������@)(g,(&  if"* I  TAYLOR BLOCK.  jlcKcnzic Ave  *������������������*������  tfc-jj  tf!  8  ������3  We buy from lhc h*  The Quality of Our  Our  3t Wholesalers  <-'.i  price  ire  jlock  easonable.  i'-XCC  Wc will open ii|  Imported stock  ) tn a  of  ew  ..'ivs a  OREOS CCGQS,   RI3S3K3,   RUGS,   C/iRPETG,   IKUiD   L!  f'.HQ Fi.001. CS.0TH.  Imported from lhe best manufacturers in Scotland.  ���������"^reTT"t���������him--*��������� ifisicici'AicacJi-niijKuiuiLinauMrwv*rx%-Knewimi mi ���������������������������in m iiii  Dress Go������ds,*Se trafc's F^rassfosirsg's  LrznGXXrTtT.rrxtTTrr.ir'irr&,Ft"r-*w:tiir>jzr.'7v-"ir,^  Z^JSS^ArZV^^-S-^CXJl^^i^^^irizzzxzzizs^.^i^  ���������Reid Si Young in their new store  next Molsons Bank.  N. T). .lackes of Toronto arrived last  Wednesday to take the ledger in the.  Imperial Bank.  ��������� There is a gathering of the clans at  Victoria. 1!. 1<\ Green and Thos. Tay-  ]or JI. P. P*s came up from the south  on Wednesday and went on west.  P. Moran has sot the contract for  putting in the plumbing in M. Grady's  hotel at St. Leon J lot Springs. Mr.  Grady expects to open up in about* six  weeks.  .1. Kernaghan's con tract for hauling  the old Waverley and Tangier machinery from the Summit lo Albert  Canyon siation will likely be finished  this week.  Hon,/.!. II. Turner was the victim of  a serious accident whilo going I'roni  Victoria lo Seattle en route east, the  result being that he has been oldiged  in return to Victoria. The water was  exceedingly rough and Mr. Turnm-, as  ninny othei*), was thrown irom his  berth, two at least of his ribs being  fractured and he receiving serious  bruises as well.  1 One or the most unique, if not most  valuable watch chains ever Hashed in  this camp, is one which S. F. XX .  GniiiPt has just, turned out for Harry  Carter, lt is made of small nuggets  of native gold taken frpm the placer  diggings tit* Ten-Mile, even to the  crossbar, and is easily the most  attractive watch chain this far west.  The wearer would never dare to take,  in the   Pan-American   unless  Hon. J. A. Brown Elected to  Stay at Home by 52 Votes.  The result of the polling in New  Westminster on Wednesday -was:  Ciill'ord, affij; Brown, oil; majority for  Gilford, 52: spoiled ballots, 35. Total  vole cast, 1,101).  The news of Mv, Brown's defeat in  Now Westminster was received in  Victoria with great tokens of jubilation, lt is recognized that the government made ils stand on the safest seat  and with the strongest man they had.  and the result is a direct slap'' at the  Dunsinuir-Martin combination. Had  it been successful it is believed tlie  government would have appealed to  the country as straight Ijiberal.' Now  il, will be obliged to appeal to the  country with nothing, but certain  defeat staring it in the face. Among  politicians who know tho premier's  temperament it is believed that, ail  "Joe's" persuasion will he required to  prevent him resigning, as ho is not  accustomed to having his purposes  crossed.  known to be the editor nf .1 new.-paper  in a mining camp.��������� Ivigle.  .The new sawmill at the Big Fddy  vvhieh is being erected by the Revelstoke Lumber Co. is rapidly nearing  completion. The boiler? are in place  and the whole of the. machim-rv is on  - th e- croun -l -Thf. rniiUirr- liptAvt-en the  natural mill pond formed hy the Big  Eddy on one ������i'le and the C. P. K.  track'on the other is an ideal one.  A special Victoria despatch to tht*  Nelson Tribune says that K. F. Green  M. P. P. for ]Cn>lo h.v. been ofTen-d  die port folio of minihtftt* of mines and  has accepted. Mr. Or'-cu had previously been counted a- an opponent  of the Diinsmuir-.Martin amalgamation, though he has not, mado any  definite si at fluent as to liis feel in*.'.-, on  the subject.  How Royalty was Lodged.  Since Sunday the Citadel at Quebec  was closed to the general public, i'or it  is there the Duke and Duchess of  Cornwall and York resided during their  stay in the city. The quarters wliich  tlie royal gm-sts occupied in the Citadel  outside of the ballroom, which was  used for the State dinner on Mouday  ntght, were all in the caseiuated buildings, within whicli the ollieers' quarters are contained, hue to the north of  the. latter. Proceeding from the nortli,  Lhe first room entered was lhe Duchess  drawing room, a handsome apartment  of considerable size, which faces upon  he   was | i,oli*, Lhe square and the river.     Going  MARACAiBO  Cl  A choifli! lino, of   tixfr:   Hn������  conffClions always 011 I mul  K-tlrn. ..Mutlni; ol ClioMlftte  fi'ilrl (il Emterii prim."':  50c. and 60c. per lb.  BURNT ALMONDS  65c.   and   JSc.   por   Ib.  W, Bews, Phi. B.  Druggist And Stationer.  BKOWN BLOCK.  TEL. 18.  from it southward a   passage   devides  Lhe building in two, and at its southern  extremity, facing the  river,   was   the  Duchess sitting-room, another  roomy  chamber, which is carpeted   in   green,  hut is colored pink, with pink   flowers  and shades  and   green   silk   curtains.  The isconces which adorn   the   electric  'ngfits are extremely   lTafuHoiif57~"!Uill'  arc-of Louis XTV, style.    The Duchess  IjeiUhambcr is finished in pink,   while  Lhat of t lie Duke, adjoining, is  red -in  tint.    Botlicface   on   Lhe   square   and  have a dressing room attached,   wliich  i'i in pink, even to Lhe furniture, These  are nil rascinati-d   rooms,   with   great  vaulted roofs sixteen   l'eet   in   lieitrhf,  and   about   seven    feet    thick.     The  whole building  him   been   thoroughly  innovated within Lhe last few months,  among the   improvements   being   the  uk-clt-ie light and   hot   water   heating  apparition, both of which Ii, K. II. the  Mardiione-is of Lorne had lo do   without, polliiiK up   wil'n   gas   and   wood  ,|������vfs when she-stayed here dining her  visit to -Canada.  Government Contributes $1,200.  A telegram was lecrived from  AUorney-dPiieral Hherts yesterday  staling that th** contribution of the  Provincial Govcr.'inivnt towards Ihi*  expenses of the municipality in (on-  ncctioTi with the smallpox quarantine  had i.ei:n mailed. The cheque is fm  .���������>12'*0 and wiii help the ti! nation out  immensely. This szyy welcome con  tribiition i.s the result ,r,i u, personal  inter-yjrw which Mayor Brown had  with Mr, V,x.o;-ls, when nt Victoria  a few weeks ago,  The Football Dance  Next Monday evening there wi|J be  a sound of lovdry by night in the  opera house, commencing at i) o'clock  sharp, when the grand shiit waist  dance given timid* tbe auspices of the  ftew-Jol.o.ke football club will be on.  Tin- fti*vt*lrti.*r,5:e orchestra will furnish  the music and a big Uriic is anticipated.  Gentlemen's tickets $V'aii(l lartieafree.  Come one, tome nil and start the ball  tt,yolli>).r for I.he Martin Challenge  Cup.  The President's Legacy.  (Hy Fruxlc >'ye in the .Minnei'.polls Trilnir.e.)  McKinley dead ? Not so. .McKinley will live through tho ages,���������Washington, Lincoln and McKinley���������the  three great presidents of this nation,  alike immortal.  L hear much of this crime that has  prosti'sttod Columbia in piteous grief  upon the bier of her honored son, hut,  good people, the lesson wo must read,  if we read aright, i.s not one of revenge. In a time like this when  hearts tire filled with grief and mouths  with curses for this pitiful creature  whose act has staggered the nation,  few among us see that iu his death  our'president held out a hand from  the mountain top that we might rise  superior to our griefs and passions.  Remember, his last words wore a  message from the cross, ''Thy will be  done."   '.  What a wonderful example has this  man's career been to the nation.  What a lesson in humility his public  and private life afford. .Follow liitn  through those desperate days early in  the Spanish war. Remember his  masterly handling of the tremendous  crisis through wliich tliis country  passed in a few years.  ���������  All of us know that throughout the  terrible .exactions of official life he  was ever the courtly gentleman, the  modest head of a great concern; seeking no selfish ' end,' always just,  moderate; the balance wheel of the  republic���������simply AVilliam McKinley,  tho American gentleman, our president. -���������  . All through this trying war time,  through peril from abroad and peril  as deadly from within, the president  remained as he had ever been, devoted  to that invalid wife whose delicate  health was his constant anxiety.  Tears spring unbidden to my eyes  when T reflect Unit hut a* short time  ago Mr. McKinley suit'ered death's  agonies in the illness of his wife, refused to give up when doctors con  ceded death inevitable, and went back  home happy as a schoolboy, despite  the cares of state, because the woman  he loved had been spared to him.  Thc thought chokes me that this  noble character, whose labors were  drawing to a close after he had  rendered services to this nation beyond the nation's power to estimate,  has been stricken down in full strength  of-b(idy-and-inindr^lirthe~very-zenith-  of his power���������standing on the summit  of tho country's prosperity in that  wonderful exposition���������tliere, where  he. more than any other American,  had the right fo stand proudly. There  came the end.  Great among the great was McKinley. In an awful moment like  that he experienced when shot, men  speak the thoughts that are within  thum.  "Do not let them hurl, him," grasped the president, and then fell, never  more to rise.  And since then, through the menial  and physical suffering he has endured,  not one querulous word. Think of it,  you people. No word of repining���������  not a complaint has he uttered���������not  one.  And at, last, wilh tho poor wife  weeping on bis cold hand, the president repeated our Savior's words :  "Thy will be done."   Then be died."'  Here is our lesson, The president  in hit. death has left this nation a  legacy no less valuable than is the  magiii/kcnt, example of his life. Let  us not talk of revenge. J.*"or me, I care  not what bccomi'B ofthe 'assassin.  Remove him-*-lake him away���������hide  him. M.'tke it u. misdemeanor toy a  newrtpapur to pj'in/L, hfe name���������do what  you will; but let x/i, obliterate this  man from our memories. L**l. us  remember how the president lived,  and 1st us neyer forget the simple,  religious faith with wjjicli he stepped  forth  to meet his maker,  WW uC&E'fe.  e  Up  AND  S !"<:!���������)  GUV  TIIK BARGAINS AT  IJAKi'JKR'.S IN  WatshsSj Clocks*,  Etc.  13-3-4 R  otSgers Bros*.* Fiai  Ware.  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Wanted���������Dining mom girl for the  Kootenay House Golden, references  required. Apply. Whiting it Rogers  Golden. Sept. 1? iit  WANTED,  A situation.by a youni.  pi  lainily,   Apply at the IlEn.ut* clHcc;  1   in   a   private

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