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 iAWArUyUA,  U-  7 .'.'j  $  Vol    V. No 73  REVELSTOKE B.C.     WEDNESDAY,   SEPTEMBER 25, 1901,  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  U'.M'ttW'-jrvtttf-re-M'Mtf'fW^  This week we are offering our  entire stock of Straw and  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  All the newest and nobbiest  styles.  MEN'S  SUMMER  COATS  AND VESTS AT A GREAT  ^ REDUCTION "-^J  Now in���������Big Stock of Ladies'  andcChildrens' Lisle, Thread,  Cotton and Cashmere Hose.  Also a big stock of Gents'  Hosiery in Silk, Cashmere,0  and Cotton, including the  celebrated' Health Hose.  If you want a really nice  thing in these goods come  and.examine our stock.  A few lines left which we are  offering at a great  reduction.  Don't' -forget, . we ' carry, the_  Biggest Stock of Heavy Hardware ih the City.    It will pay  you to get our Prices  before  purchasing.     ...  The Waterworks Debentures  Ordered to Be Torn Up.���������  Twenty Mills is the Rate,  With Two and Two-Thirds  Mills Taken Off for Prompt  Payment.  Tlie City Council met on Monday  morning at 10 o'clock. Present, the  Mayor, Aid. Taylor, Abrahanison,  Bourne, McCarty. The meeting was  special, being called to consider the  following subjects:  1.���������Water and Light Debentures.  2.���������Striking a rate for 1001. '  3.���������The Revelstoke Arch at Vancouver.  4.���������Purchase of land for civic purposes.  CORRESPONDENCE.  relative to tho above heads was read  as follows:  From the city solicitor to the Mayor  re waterworks by-law. stating that  " On receipt of your request for opinion as to tho validity of che Water,  Light & Power Co. Bylaw and the  debentures issued thereunder I applied to the secretary of the Revelstoke Water, Light & Power Co., Ltd.,  for some information as to the names  of those members of the City Council  who were, at the time of the  introduction and passing of the  bylaw, shareholders on the books of  the company, and he informed me Hut  Messrs. Bourne, McCarty, Taylor and  John Abrahamson were at, that time  shareholders on the books of the  company. Such being the case, there  was no competent quorum of the  council to vote on the question affecting the Water, Light Si Power Co,,  and in consequence of the lack of a  competent, quorum, the bylaw was  illegal, and the issue of debentures  thereunder was and is invalid.' I have  taken the opinion of counsel ou the  question and his view' is' lho'\sam"e'-'as  that herein expressed."  Moved by Aid. Taylor, seconded by  Aid. Abrahamson, that the city ,clerk  he instructed to destroy the debentures issued for the purchase of the  property of the Water, Power & Light  Co., Ltd., arid that the company be  notified to that effect.    Carried.  THE KEVJ3LSTOKE AKCH.  "A telegram was read from A.' M.Burns, secretary of the Vancouver  Reception Committee to tlie city  clerk : "When may we expect details  as to the Revelstoke arch. Is any  provision made for wiring it for  electric lighting?"  Moved liy Aid. Taylor, seconded hy  Aid. Abrahamson, that the sum of  $150, and an additional $100, if it  should he needed, be appointed for the  erection of an arch of Vancouver on  the occasion of the visit of the Duke  of York tojthat city .���������Carried.  TWENTY MILLS I.S THE RATE.  Moved by Aid. Bouru'e, Seconded by  Aid! Abrahamson, that a bylaw be  introduced ut the next meeting of  the council to levy a rate of 10J|niills on  lhe dollar for general purposes und a  rate of 4 mills for special rate.���������  Carried.   (One-sixth is taken_ofT_the.l6.mill3,.if-  sonie officials of the snid company,  and because it is true that the struggle  referred to in the said circular was a  struggle for justice, and one which  must he won in spite of all the money  the sttid Canadian Pacific Railway officials had at their disposal, nnd in  spite uf the few cowards and Judases  tliey could scare and bribe to pull  against those for whom the said circular was intended, and so thc said .1. T.  Wilson says that Uie said alleged libel  is true in substance and in fact; and  tlio said J. T. Wilson further says  that the sttid alleged libel *\vns and is a  matter of public interest and concern,  ard that before and at thc lime of the  publication of tliu said alleged libel it  wits for the public benefit that the  matters contained therein should be  published, because the said Board of  Committee referred to in the sttid  circular were public bodies, of which  the said R. C. .Montgomery was a  member, and because the said R. V.  Montgomery had behaved and acted  treacherously toward his fellow-workmen, for whom the said public bodies  were acting and for whom the said  circular was intended, and because it  was a matter of public interest and  concern, and the public benefit, as  well as a matter of confidential communication between the said public  bodies iind tlie persons for whom the  said circular was intended, and to  whom it was published, that the deceptive and traitorous conduct and  behavior of the R. C. Montgomery  should be published and made known  in the manner and to the extent it  wtis published and made known.'  And this the said J. T. "Wilson is ready  to verify at the proper time and  place."  The Football Dance.  The shirt waist dance held in Tapping's on Monday evening, under the  auspices of the Revelstoke Football  Club, was a good turn out, about 25  couples being present. The music  was furnished by; the Revelstoke  orchestra, being well rendered. The  hall was nicely decorated with bunting  and flags iu. which great credit is. due  t'oJMessrsrPuf ves "and Smythe. Supper  was served about 12 o'clock ' and ' the  committee thank the ladies very much  for sending such good cakes and  sandwiches. The affair was kept up  until the wee suia' hours of Tuesday  morning.  The football club appreciate Mr.  Tapping's kindness, who as proprietor  of thc opera house was most liberal  iu every way and did all he could to  help the boys out.  A Victoria  Expedition   Fitting:  Out on the Quiet to Make a  Complete Search for the Buried  Millions.  ���������Says a Victoria despatch to the  Ladysmith Leader:  Quietly but energetically a party of  Victoria men including una or two  well known mariners, are making lhe  most tareful preparation to fit out an  expedition which will leave for Cocos  Island, three hundred miles oil' the  coast of Nicaragua in the Pacific  Ocean, there to make a final effort, to  (ind the long-lost treasure buried about  the middle of the nineteenth century  by the state ollicials of Nicaragua,  during a revolution. The members of  the party, who decline lo allow their  names to be published just now, say  that they have come upon some further  information that will enablo them to  recover the treasure if it be tliere at  all. They are perfectly confident that  the treasure has never been moved and  smile at the story of the searches that  have been made for it. hoth by private  individuals and by the crew of H.M.S.  Amphion two or three years ago. The  part}' will fit out a large schooner now  in the harbor, and expect to leave for  the Island about the end of the year.  They are spending plenty of money to  outfit the vessel,*and intend to stay at  tlie Island until they have made a  complete and thorough search of every  part of i*;.,Sorne members of the party  have been on the Inland before and are  well acquainted with the local con.  ditions. The fitting out of the expedition lias heen kept so quiet that the  Victoria papers have not yet got wind  of it.  It is alleged, on somewhat shady  authority, that during a revolution, in  Nicaragua the state treasurer and  other officials of the government iled  to Cocos-.with all the state funds',  mainly bullion, and secretly buried it  in a certain'part;6f\he~Islan"d,'6f which  careful note was taken and a map  drawn.  Some time after the treasure wis  buried the Nicaraguan government  used thu Island for a penal settlement,  convicts being sent there for a mini her  of years. One of the convicts,' it is  said, discovered tlie exact location of  the buried treasure, kepi the secret to  himself until he returned to Central  America, then, after the abandonment  of Cocos as a penal settlement, organ  i/.ed a band of comrades and set sail to  find thu treasure. Tliey were never  heard of again. Probably they perished in a terrific hurricane whicli  raged about a. week nfter their departure from t.he Nicaraguan coast.  This was twenty years or more ago.  Thu matter seemed to pass out of  public recollection until some five or  six years ago several adventurous  spirits visited the Island and failed to  find thu lost gold. Others tried it willi  the same result. Then 11. M, S.  Amphion, at that time iu Central  American waters, went over, and  according to reports, the crew were  busy for nearly three weeks trying to  earn prize money that never ciimu  The Amphion's men dug a huge hole  over thu spot marked with a red cross  on the chart. The letter said that tlio  searchers would first of all come upon  a, small box; then, if they dug deeper  they would come lo a large slab, and  that, under llie slab would the treasure  be found. It. i.s further asserted that  this Aiuphiori's men actually did come  upon tiie small box and litter thu slab,  but for some loastiu the commander  ordered all operations to he suspended,  the excavation was caved in wilh  dynamite and the man o'war steamed  oil*. The matter was reported to the  admiralty, bnt seemingly nothing further was done in the way of profcectit*  ing the search to a finish.  Tliere are now two families living on  Cocos Island, and it is alleged that  they are spending all their time try-  ing'to find the gold. One party of  visitors had rather an exciting experience when they attempted to land.  TJie boat wa.s met by a woman with  wildly dishevelled hair and franti  aspect, who rushed along thf beach  hrandishing a pistol and threatening  to shoot the first man who put his foot  on laud.  Enough romance has gathered ronr.d  the little spot of rock and earth off the  Cfiitral American coast, and ils  supposed hidden treasure to fit out  any novelist for life.  The Royal Visit  The Duke and Duchess of York will  arrive at Vancouver on Sept. 80th.  This will allow those . who desire to  witness tho reception to take advantage of the special, rate which the  Canadian .Pacific Railway hiis.puliu  for tho New Westminster exhibition,  particulars of whicli. can be obtained  ft:oni the local agent.  Big preparations are heing made for  the reception of the Royal party, and  there is no doubt that the demonstration at Vancouver will he the most  magnificent and imposing ever wit  nessed on tlie Pacific Coast.  Wanted���������Dining room girl for the  Kootenay House Golden, references  required. Apply. Whiting & Rogers.  Golden.  . Sept. 18 3t  5g������SS������������S)������������������<^^  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.  paid before the date to be fixed by the  bylaw.)  BLOCK 52 LEASFD.  Moved Aid. Bourne,- seconded. Aid.  Abrahamson that the city lease block  52 from Mr. Farwell in accordance  with his letter of Aug. 3id with the  proviso tbat Mr. Farwell pay the taxes  for the year 1901.   Carried.  The council then adjourned.  NEXT MOLSON'S BANK  \^������m^*^'<W*^f*^'^<f������****''i*tf^0*������  C.B.HUME  &C0  * President Wilson's Defence.  The trial of Mossrs. Wilson, Lennon  and Stout on a charge of libelling Mr.  R. C. Montgomery in connection with  thc recent trackmen's strike, has been  fixed for the 20th inst., in the Court of  King's Bench.   Acting for thu defendants, Mr. R. A. E.   Greenshiclds   prepared the following plea of justification  in each of the three cases:     "The said  John T. Wilson conies into court,  and  without waiver of  his   verbal   plea of  not guilty says   for   a .further plea in  his behalf:    'That our Lord, the King,  ought not  further  to  prosecute   the  said indictment against him.   because  it  is  true   that  thesaid R. C. Montgomery was a man in whom the - committee therein referred never had any  confidence, and a man who   then   had  been appointed assistant  roadmaster,'  and was "scabbing"   on   the  section-  men \in   the   vicinity  of Ottawa, and  because the said J. T. Wilson   further  says:       It is true that the said committee discovered that he, the said R.  C.   Montgomery,   was a traitor to the  interests of those for  whom   the   said  circular was intended long before the  said strike was ordered,   and   because  it is true that the said committee   had  had   the   said   R.   C.      Montgomery  watched, and that the latter was seen  to enter the said St. James' Hotel and  to engage there (n consultation with  ew Store!  rices  t  Watch This Space  Announcement INiext Week.  LATEST NEWS  ROVAL   PARTY   STARTED   FOR  THE WEST.  CZOLGOSZ GUILTY OF MURDER  EID & YOUNG  BaS������������������������������������������^^ wstrj\9&������������Pjxm0*PP������J*\9ifM^^  The Mayor ol Montreal is ou His Ear.  ���������$150,000 Hold-Up in a Pendelton  Gambling* Saloon.���������Baldwin Starts for  His Dash for the Pole.-Lord Kitchener's Weekly Bap.���������Sudden Death  of Schley's Counsel.���������Kruger Clutches  Another Straw.  Ottawa.   Sept.   25 The   reception  given by the Duke and Duchess of  York iu the Senate chamber on Monday night was the most brilliant social  afl'air oftiie Canadian tour.  The royal party left today for the  west. Tliey will reach Winnipeg on  Thursday.  Mayor Prefnntaine. of Montreal, i.s  very indignant over thecancellntion of.  tiie civic reception which was to he  held in that city by the Duke and  Duchess. He declares there were  other reasons besides the death of  President McKinley behind the can-  ���������ollation, but he refuses to discuss  them.  Burj*ALO, Sept. 25.���������The jury in tiie  Czolgosz minder trial relumed a  verdict of guilty of murder in the first  degree at-1:20 p. m. yesterday.  PriTiSHUKGii, Sept. 20.���������The Pennsylvania railway company hasdemand-  ed that the Goulds sell them the Wabash and the Wheeling and Lake Erie  systems, or else the Pennsylvania will  cut the Western Union ofF all its  lines and aliow-.the .Postal Telegraph  Co. to use the wires instead.  .���������iNiovJVo]iK,-Sep(.._20._.-\V.4*.:CIiii.-np,"  who has arrived at New York, reports  that the Baldwin-Ziegler Polar expedition started all right, and that the  conditions for a successful dash to the  pole are better than expected. Baldwin takes-120 dogs with him.  SroiCANE, Sept. 25.���������Five masked  men entered tho saloon and gambling  room of O. L. McUinnis at Peiidelton,  Oregon, Monday night.und took about  $150,000 and escaped * Tliere were  fully twenty persons in the room at  the time^ A large crowd are in pursuit of the, robbers. '  Tabloid Telegrams  The Dominion telegraph line from  Vancouver to Dawson was completed  yesterday afternoon.''  Principal Grant of Kingston, is much  improved and hopes are now expressed  for his recovery,  "Uncle" Adam Mizener is dead at  Troy, Ont., aged 103 years. He lived  in the vicinity of Troy eighty years.  TheShaiuroek and Cornwall lacrosse  J.eams_play_off-the^tie-for---the^cbam--'  pionship next, Saturday in Ottawa.  Lord Kitchener reports that23 Boers  have been killed, 10 wounded and 350  taken  prisoners ��������� and   -IS   surrendered  between the 10th and 23rd Sept.  Tliere are renewed rumors that  Carlist risings arc imminent in Catalonia.  Judge J. Wilson, senior counsel for  Admiral Schley, died suddenly yesterday morning.  It is reported from the Hague that  Kruger will send a special mission to  President Roosevelt.  Epworth League Anniversary.  Lust Sunday, being, the tenth anniversary of the establishment of the  Epworth League in Revelstoke. was a  red letter day in the Methodist church.  Tlie services of the day were entirely  conducted by the League and were  very well attended. The church was  heaiitifully decorated wilh flowers for  the occasion. Tlie services of the day  commenced at 10 o'clock with a love  feast for the menijiers of the League,  conducted by Mr. C. F. Lindmark,  which was followed by "a stirring  sermon from the pastor, Rev. C.  Ladner, the subject being, "What the  Opening Century Demands of Christian Youth. At, 7:30 p.m. the evening  service commenced with a crowded  congregation. Addresses were given  by the president of the League. Mr. A.  Sullivan an.l by Mr. J. L. Johnston  and Miss A. Smith.  On Monday evening, at the usual  weekly meeting of the League, Mr. A.  Sullivan, the. president, was made the  recipient of a handsome locket from  the members and Methodist church  choir and Epworth League, as he is  leaving for Nelson at the end of tho  ���������week. PublisUed Uy  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  IIIGIIL Y RECOMMENDED.  A    Seral-WeeVly Journal   published   In the  tit' "        "  ' "  tmnlnftss  Interests of the railway men* mining men ami  bosinisss men of the West. Days of Publication  Wednesday aud Saturday.  ADVERTISING RATES.  Plsplay ails., J1.50 per Inch; single column,  12 per fiich when 'inserted . on title piige  Leeal ads., 10 cents per Inch (uonparlel). line  tot'first Insertion; & cents for each additional  Insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line each  Issue. Birth, Marriage and Death Notices  free.  SUIIflClUITION  HATES.  By mall or carrier, ti per annum; J 1.25 tor  ������1*t months, strictly In advance.  OUR JOB DSrAItTMUNT.  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"���������Correspondence contaliTing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  of the writer.  G. *.. GROGAN, Editor.  Wednesday,   September   25,   1001.  The  .Hkiiai.d   K.'ithers    I'roni   the  remarks of the Grit press in lhis electoral district that Sir  Wilfrid   Laurier  has   written   a   testimonial   for   Mr.  Galliher to inform his constituents that  their niemher is, a real good  man  and  an    ornament   to   Yale-Cariboo.     Of  course this is a   fearful   blow   to   Mr.  Galliher'.-|ignorant criticsout here, who  'don't know unwilling about it."    Sir  Wilfrid says he is all   right  and   thai  settles it.   The general impression t hat  Mr. Galliher needed to get   a considerable wiggle on   to   himself   must     he  entirely erroneous.   Sir  Wilfrid  says  he is a useful member and   Wilfrid   is  anhonorableiu.au.   At the same time  one might venture to hint  that  other  Liberal members, like l*Yaiik Oliver of  Alberta for instance, do not appear  to  be undor any necessity of applying   to  Sir Wilfrid fur a   chnrictcr   to   fetch  back to their constituents.     Still   the  idea is   not   without   ils   merits.      It  might be   developed   into   sonu'thing  like the monthly public schcjl reports  ���������W.   C.   Galliher,   Session    of    1!>.)1,  Attendance, Punctuality,(Deportment  and so on, signed XV. Laurier, Premier.  The trouble is  that  even   I lieu   there  would be sure to  be   a   lot  nf   nasty,  carping individuals who would  persist  in asserting that   they   could   cut   as  good a member of parliament out of a  6tick of cottonwood.   Positively re the  is no satisfying some people.  SPACE RESERVED POR  Tr**>***fr.*r  THE SY31PATHY GAG.  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  Revelstoke  Station.  Hardware, Etc  ms������m@iBLW������&*%&  SEARCIIINGS OF HEART.  There seems to bo considerable  haziness existing in the minds of  certain would-be politicians with  regard to the Labor party. The main  idea uppermost in the minds of these  individuals being "to corral the labor  vote," they are everlastingly fawning  on the men of " light and leading *' in  the Labor ranks, while taking at the  same time good care not to commit  themselves to any bad breaks which  might entail excommunication from  one or the other of" the old parties,  which either now is or in the future  will be the dispenser of the fat things  of office, thc jobs and sits, which the  politicians are really after.  The favorite gag with these worthies  is that they are in'full sympathy  with  the workingman.    This  is a fine old  crusted election cry and lias done  big  work in the past.    Many  a politician  has floated into a seat on  hot-air   of  this   variety.   But   its   day   is.done.  The   profoundest and most heartfelt  "sympathy" with labor goes no  more.  It is support of the Labor Party that  is required and that is a very different  matter.   The Labor Party  at present  is only at the beginning of its career.  It has nothing in its gift except  hard  ���������work.    Its  chance    of   attaining   to  actual power is only in the dim future.  The politician looks longingly  at all  the good votes belonging to it,  but he  cannot muke up his mind to jump  the  fence to go after them.   From   sheer  force of habit he  murmurs   the doir  old gag about being in  full sympathy  with labor aud   turns   sadly away to  hatch ;up a  scheme   for soaking the  Labor candidate good and;;bard in the  neck when the time comes.  A. N. SI  BAKER,  CONFECTIONER,  and caterer Elu.  Provincial   alfairs at   Victoria   are  quite   beyond   the wit of any   man to  fathom at thi.s  range.      Kvon   at   tho  coast   nobody   seems   to   know who's  who.       Various,    lists    of     probable  government and opposition supporters  I  among   the   members  are   put  forth I  but, there is no certainty  about  them.  The   fact   scents   to be that there is a  good deal of wobbling going   on   and  there are quite* a number of members,  who are not in any hurry   to   commit  themselves to ono. side   or  the   other.  Tlie government has cabinet positions  to Hll.     They aro nice things to   have  and the future   is  always   uncertain.  At any time Mr.  Dunsmuir  may   cut  the Gordian knot of his difficulties by  retiring from a position for which   he  is known to have very little  personal  inclination.    - The average politician  has to do considerable figuring  beforo  he sniifs at a good job   like   the portfolio of mines,   for   instance.     There  are great chances.      If he refused, he  might have the mortification of seeing  somebody else accept and hang on   to  it.    It is very unsafe to  figure too far  ahead in Si. C.   politics.       Supposing  Mr.    Dunsmuir    retired,    somebody  might step in nnd fill his shoes for the  balance   of   the    life  of   the   present  legislature.      Conceive if you can how  dreadful it would be to refuse a   portfolio   just   now   and   then  for such a  thing as that to happen.     No wonder  it is a hard job to find out just   where  some of our legislators are at.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  Revelstoke, B.C.  | J.R McLeod f  2     Confectioner and Grocer  Fresh Eggs  Butter  Vegetables  always on hiiml.  ���������T������?  xt*3&J  raSa  efes  SPRING and SUMMER  | Ice Cream  LHome Made Candies  a specialty.  Large ami Well *.iglitcd Heated liv Hot Air and Klcctrlc  Sample toonus  Bells ami Light In every room  Free Bus Meets All Trains  lteasonable Kates   -^.HOTEL  -VIOTOIRJ.A..*--.  JOHN V. PERKS, PnoPiiiKTon  Night Grill Koom la Connection for the Convenience of Guests  Hourly Street Car \~xS)  ij*?j wi i^*i ii vc Ti-in i irs ri������.  Hetwcei* Hotel avd Station  C3@v������(l$frs)]j(������, I.C.  Flowers  ..BARGAINS  ..LN   About CO healthy plniits, includingFiischlns.  Geraniums, Hegoiiius, Ktc., from 25c. up.  wards. Call curly and yet (lie choice. Sale  begins Monday, Aug. 12th. Store ou  Mackenzie Avenue.  MRS; C. TURNROSS.  iColumbia Hous^  **  ������ Rates:   $1.00 per day.  *    3j Good accommodation.   A good Bar, well supplied with  fr "       Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  Millinery  The Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  m  m  m  ANARCHY V.  ANARCHISTS.  $SS  Madison   Millinery  Parlors.  gu������  p - Misses Shepard & Bell g$  K%i McKenzie Avenue      oo'J3      ftgB  'iiLi-iS&ii&i  Charging and  Rebating  The charging and rebating system is  a poor one. wherever or whenever employed. The case of the British Col-  tiuibiit mining industry, where a heavy  tax is imposed directly and   indirectly  The people of the United States must  find   some   better   way     of    defence  against anarchists than by inaugurating astate of  anarchy.     Attempts to  put down the preachers of lawlessness  by   lawlessness   itself   cannot   prove  effectual.   Since the   assassination   of  President McKinley utterances  have  fallen   from   the   lips    of   American  preachers, suggestions have been made  by the press and deeds have been  enacted in various parts  of  the   United  States, revealing a contempt   for   the  law of the country,  which   could   not  be surpassed by the anarchists   themselves.   The murder of the   president  was a monstrous crime.    A great deal  more so thin tht murder  of   "William  McKinley.     The   president    of    the  United States is the personal embodiment of the United States itself and of  a.11 that to a loyal citizen of the republic the country stands   for.     A   blow  aimed  at   him   wounded  the   whole  nation.   But greater  even  than   the  president, more sacred even than   the  nation is the law-   Without it human  society resolves itself into anarchy and  the police who tortured   thu  assassin,  the preachers   and   editors,   who   are  shrieking for unheard of punishments  for the miserable   wretch,   the   mobs  who are stoning and tar and   feathering anarchists throughoutthe country,  are really anarchists themselves.   The  '* example ef true   patriotism,   to   say  nothing of true Christianity, set   these  people, by the dying man, whom  they  are so anxious to avtingn, appears to be  lost upon them altogether.  on th* miners and the rebate given in  case of smelting and refining, seems to  come under this head. True, it is one  form of fostering an industry to give  a bonus on reduced and refined product*:, hut a much better method would  he one under which mining, smelting  and refining couldjbe made profitable  through natural, conditions. If the  miner were not so heavily taxed Qhe  could afford to pay a little more for  the reduction of and refining of hia  mineral, The smelter and refiner could  better u(I*ord to establish a red uction  and refining works when lie knew  what he would have   to  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches   .....-_  We have tho name of making  the only Slvlish Suits in Town  ���������for   durability   and  quality   .  they also excel.  r Bi,,, -rp^" ONE  -R. S.WILSON  Next the McCarty Block. ���������  Oscar Strauss,  mining'  contractor,,  camborne, b. c.  All kinds of mining contracts  taken and work executed inn,  workmanlike manner.  PKIOES ON APPLICATION.  ��������� Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To J S1. Patterson and all others claiming  through him anv interest in the claims  hcrcinalfr mentioned :  Under the Mineral Act, !������<", and amendments  thereto:  S-OTf'E Is TIEKEHY GIVEN 'Imt wn, F  MfCarty anilll. J.Jiournc hav performed all  the n.������.������cssment work ������n tbe Kalrvlcw. Dclcncr  Arabian, Victoria IV, Maple Loaf, Shamrock  und .Mammoth mineral i*iaim*i sJiuiilr* In  '.round Hoc l*.a������in. in the Revi-Moke Mining  IilvMoil of Wf".t KooteriKV, locum*! In aiikiii".  ; 1S>: an'l record.**) at HcvcMoiri! on the .Ird  -r*pt������*rntier. H!'.������. and that J. ���������������. l'������tti*rv������n, the  , I r.*i*ordi..l oivii-t   id   an   liitero-l   In   tlie  mid  pay   for   ore | .nj���������,.rRiriH|m������ UK* n-rvli'ciG'ltodQ'ir Pa>' tor  .   ,        , hissluirr 'if thi* ������������c������Mn������i' work for tli������ year*,  rather than that a   bonus   of   to   clay , ,,M I'/m and i'.������i]. and that nnl(>s*"*K(drhiir-ie.*.  are not paid within mnetydays from the firyt  j.nlitigation nf tlii- noil-e. ���������������* shall proi'ecd to  r-cord 'aid ���������ir-linrinent lntircvt a-- provided by  .-���������-rifrm II of Hi.* Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1900.  might be converted into a tax to morrow, or next year. To get the greatest  good from the mining industry would  seem to lie in the application of the  following:  Reduction of taxes on the mines to  an amount exactly propor tionute with  taxes on all other property.  Ii necessary, establishment of  government refinery, where a. chnrge  of cost, plus a fair profit for interest,  be charged.  Establishment of government mint  for the purchase of bullion and coinage.  Withdrawal of all bonuses.  This would require the aid and consent of the Provincial, Dominion  Governments; but is not the minernl  wealth of the province of sufficient  value to undertake such a stepi' Or  who will douht its final success or the  success of the plan as outlined ?���������Min  ing (Spokane).  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop  CANADIAN  PACIFIC   Free Bus Meets All Trains.  :     Props. I  Brown & Pool  1,^^^^^^^^^^,^.j.^^^^.i,^^^^^^^^^^1.^^^^^^^^1.+^.^1_1.1,1.^.t,.j.^.j.^.  BBBn  | Telephone No. 101. p. O. Box 700B  |The Prospectors' Exchange'  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  Gold, Silver Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the _D_p*-Exchaii(;e.  Free Milling Gold Properties wanted ai once for Eastern Investors.  Parties having mining property lor Bale are requested to send samples ol their ore  to thc Exchange for Exhibition.  '  All samples should be sent by express Prepaid. Correspondence solicited.  Address ������J1 communications to    ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,        Nelson, a c.  "Soo Line"  Datixl at R.*������v.->:������tokc,  B.C"  cp:cr.'ilj*'r- l'.'il.'  th!*! 5th day oi  _   _ f F. McCarty,  Co-Owners-J H> j_ BoL-KNI,  Notice to Co-Owners.  To Richard McniAHMir������.  I'nder Mineral Act 1M7 and amendment*  thereto, notire I-i hereby given that ah. Loni'e  L<*ontine Oraham and fin*" Cund. hnve performed all theassepument work on th<* "Oold**n  EaRle" mineral claim, situated on the divide  between French and McCnllock C'reclr.q. at th'*  head of Oroiind Hob; Ha������in in the Klxr R������*nd  District of Wo������t Kootenav. lorated Kih H'*p*  tcmbcr. IW, and recorded 21 .September, IS'.K'.  and that Richard McDInrmid the record,'!  rnvner of one-half {Interest ln said mineral  claim has noelcetod to do hlssharc of the  work or to pay for ������amo for thc years 189s, WM.  1000 and l'JOl. Notice I'i hereby -<lvcn to tin*  ������aid Richard McDiarmid that unless said  cliBrff*! are paid within ninety daysofthe  first publication of this notice weshall proceed  to record said delinquent Interest as provided  by section 11 of the "Mineral Act Amendment  Act. 1000.'!  Dated at ItcvclKtokr. B. C, Cth August, 1001.  Co-owners j ^������5������'*������-  IMPERIAL  LIMITED  Starting June loth,       u  will  make thc run from Coast to  Coast in  100   Hours  Cheap Rates  Now In Effect to the  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  RevclMalce.  J, E. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger i_tnt  Vancouver,  H. G. PARSON, President.,  M. J. O'BIUEN, Managing Director  as Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  Revelstoke, B. C.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  A Challenge  Wc challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give logood reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors. u  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, etc.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at R. M. Smythc's Tobacco  store, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  attention. . '  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  "n^wSS. ������BYBIrS������0EB1B,<?.  '.! n  H>  (;  ������  * t  fr  1  fr  fr  i'  fr  ���������;  fr  'jl  fr  V  fr  fr  \  fr  ]  fr  li  fr  fr  fr  fr  \  fr  fr  n  l!  fl  ���������H hU  \  -..  ������MEW''**mmMBMr_*AI',^  ESflflm'fxaraiqggaatgs^^  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province.   Its mining-, telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape.   As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre,-its  attention has   always   been  drawn to Railway  matters, and recently it has definitely taken up  the task of forming- itself into a vehicle of railway  news in which railway employes all over British  Columbia and Alberta will find the news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and the 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 if cover  ^s.  $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE  It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does more business with those  requiring Printed Stationery and office. supplies  than any other Printing Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed m the large cities by much larger  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work entrusted to THE HERALD is  nandledjby experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  disposal THE HERALD does not claim to be the  only^printing^house^^^^^  claim to be  Thorou;  ES!  And in a position to give  of the kind in  British" Col  by any other house WA w.  ESSSi ^>ite forJ? imPles ol Printing.  All work  ^rned out prompt!? .     One mice-to 111.   No job  ^i00+-large0or t-?������ smaiI for THE HERALD'S  consideration.   Special attention give to orders  Printed and Published by  The Revelst@ke Herald Pub.  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  ������-  T  5  ts  \  M  TM. SCOTT  LEGAL  It a��������� i,i..n.  ilnrrlxtor,      Solicitor,   Notary   Public,   .'Etc  iMclCciiziu Avuuuo, itevclstoke Station,  .Money to loan,  JJAliVEY, arcAin"E& & PINKHAM  Solicitors  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  orn for Imperial Hank of Can  iii In.  Coinpanv funds to*loan at8 percent,  l-'iitsr STitKKT, Itevclstoke Station, 11. C  CHURCHES  MICrilOUI.ST ClltlltCII,   KKVKI.SIOKE.  I'lcncliini; services at 11 it. m. and 7:::o p. m  Class mccliiiK at the close of tlio morning  service. Sabbath School and Uiblo Class at U:;>U  Weekly I'raycr Meeting every Wednesday  evening nt 7:30. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Ilev. C. I.adneii, I'ustor.  ST.  I'l.TKKS UllCltCII,  ANGLICAN.  Eight a.m., Holy Kucharlst; 11 a.m., mntins,  I.f tuny and sermon (Holy Eucharist Ilrst Sunday ln llie month); 'J:;io Sunday school, ur  children's service: < :!>*> Evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy IJays���������The Holy Kueharfst is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or S a.m., as announced.  Holy llaptism after Sunday School atlt-lj.  c. a. I'ltocuNiBit, Hector.  l'llKSllYTEIIIAK  CIIUKCII.  Service every Sunday at 11 n.m. and 7:110 p.m.  tn which all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  b]i. in, every Wednesday.  nnv. w. c. Cai-der, Pastor.  1IOMAN- CATHOLIC CIIUKCII.  Mans   at 10:.lO a. ni.,  on  Ilrst,  second nud  fourth Sundays ln tlie month.  KEV.   FATHER   TIIAVXK.  SALVATION   Alt.MY.  Meeting every night in their Hall an Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Moots every Wednesday In  Oddfellows' Hull nt 8o'clock  r   ..-.,      Visiting Knights invited.  L. 11. Buck, CO.    :    :   :   :   :   :  :   : P. 13. Lewis, K. of R. & s.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  SOT1!*1* meetings are held in the.  Oddfellow's Hall on tho Third Krl-  d ay of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp  Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, Vi.il.  \V. G. BiKMEY, Rcc.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven vears  at  Morfu  Works,   Swansea.     17   years  Chief  Chemist   to Wigan Coal and  Iron Co.,   Enir  Late Chemist and Assaver, Hall Mines, Ltd  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  Ued Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each  month; White Rose Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON,      "  -    HY. EDWARDS,    *"' ''  President.        _ Secretory.'  H,  EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Po-iaired.  JUST EAST OF PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH;  Third Street. -  Certificate ,of Improvements  3STOTIOEJ.  "0. Iv." Mineral Claim, situate In the  Revelstoke Mining Division of West Kootenay  District:  .Whore located:���������In Ground Hog Basin, on  McCullough Creet.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles F. Lindmark.  of Revelstoke, Tree Miner's Certificate No. JJ,  4,'JUO, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the .Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, lor the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of thc above claim.  _ And_turtli.cr_takeinotice_that_action_under-  Section o/.niuibt be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this Sth day of August, A.D., lgoi.  Aug 172m CHAS. F. LINDMARK.  Certificate of Improvements  ZLTOTiaiE.  Gold Illl! Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kevelstoke Mining Division of Kootenay District. '  Where Located: In Ground Hog llasin. on  .McCullongh Crock..  ���������',m;,''',. ���������N'9',.'10K lliiu-I, v.. II. Hume, Free  -Miner's Certi heme No. II, ITIiSW, Intend, sixty  1I115.S irom the date hereof, to applv to lhc  Mining Uecorder for aCorillicate of fmprove*  ment*,, for lhc purpose of ohtaining a Crown  Grant of thc abiivc claim.  And further lake notice that action, under  section ..,, miin, be coimncnceii before the  issuance 01 such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated tills Ith day of September, l'Jdl.  Oct. 11���������tf  Why the Steel Workers Struck.  A statement in .Leslie's Weekly in  regard to the steel strike by president  T.   3.   ShulTei*.   of   lhe  Amalgamated  Association, shows that till  the issues  that leal  to   industrial   conflicts are  questions   of wages,'however   prominent the technical points :ts to recognition and agreements may seem. The  scale of wages in the union7mills was  higher than  in   the  non-union   mills,  and  the trust   pursued   a .systematic  policy of keeping the union  or organ-  ized   mills   idle   wliile   working     the  non-union     mills.     By     this   me-uis  discontent    was  spread   among    the  workmen, and some of them, suffering  for want of  employment,   were   pie-  vailed upon to violate their obligation  to the union and go to  work for less  than scale   rates,   at   the   saint:  time  agreeing to sever connection  with the  Amalgamated Association and refrain  from uniting with any labor organi-/.,t-  tion.   The   intention   to   destroy  the  association    was    so   palpable " that  unusual t'lforts were made lo organize  other mills, and thus defeat the plans  of (hose who antagonized the associ  ation. "When the organizers suvceeded  the  men  who   had  joined   were   discharged as speedily as discovery was  made.    This is regarded  hy president  Shaffer a.i corroborative of the purpose  of tho trust.   An offer  by   the association not to ask any  increase in   the  rate of wages paid in   formerly  nonunion mills was rejected in such 11 way  as to make it clear lhat nothing short  of the dissolution ot the sheet department  of   the   association    would    be  satisfactory.    "It was manifestly their  plan," frays president Shaffer,  "to sign  the scale each year for a reduced  number of union   mills,   and   by   keeping  some of them idle, reduce the number  still more, and finally extirpate unionism     completely.     Deeming    instant  death preferable to prolonged  tori ure.  we   struck."   Among    the   secondary  causesor the.strike he mentions- the  refusal of lhe  trust   to   allow   union  men to work in non-union  mills-,  and  llH*;deterniin.-ition to extend the sphere  of lower wages   and   longer   hours  of  Jabot* by closing down the union  mills.  The union mills allow eight  hours   for  a   day's   work,   while   in    'non-union  establishments a day's work is from  ten to twelve hours.    Where hours are  the same, a greater tonnage or output  is required   from   non-union   workers,  while the difference in wages is 20  per  cent, in favor   of   the  union   mills.���������  Nelson Tribune.  Badly.Scared.  ���������Mayor Prefontaine,  in an interview  said that the only   regret' he- felt   in   '  connection witlrthe royal "visit was on  account of the extraordinary timidity  ma'nifeste'd by certain  "of ' His   Royal   *  Highness' entourage, as to the   safety  of the Duke and Duchess. The tragedy"  atM3iifralo appeared to have had a per-   '  fectly terrifying * effect  upon   certain   "  officials who felt   themselves  responsible, to a more or less extent, for   the  safety   of  Their Royal, Highnesses'in   "  Canada ancl, as a result, - some., of the '-  party appeared to   be   constantly   in"  dread of anarchists, a dread whicli appeared very absurd to the Mayor.,  One effect of tbis was that the Duke  and Duchess appeared to be under a  constant cloud of anxiety and restraint  and were carefully kept from contact  with the people of- one of 'the . most  loyal and most peaceable cities in the  Empire. The mayor mentioned with  considerableamusement that a certain  eminent member of the Duke's . party  at the time of tlie presentation of the  addresscwas very fidgety until twice  assured as to the identity and eminent  respectability of the mayor's well -  groomed official secretary who was  standing near him ' on the platform  holding a bouquet. The questioner  apparently feared that the fragrant  flowers were   but  a   mask "for  some _  deadly weapon.  FCR SALE.  One Cotti)gc Coal Stoic am! one Ilox Stove.  Cheap for cash.   Apply at Lewis Urns.     si i-3t  Shoemaker   Business  For Sale.  SHOP AND STOCK CHKA1'.  To be sold by October 20th.  D.  JENKINS.  The whole of thc Btock or part to suit  purchasers will be sold.  For Sale  The following  household articles  are  offered for sale  1 SEWING MACHINE  UOOKSTOVE, BED-  SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES, CHAIRS and  OTHER   ARTICLES. . . .  MRS. BROWN,   Opposite  the  Opera House..  There Are Others.  0  , This is the season of the year when  T. Eaton's and Robert Simpson's catalogues are being showered upon the  people. And this is the season of the  year when the home merchant gets  the stand oft* so that the cash may be  used in purchasing goods in eastern  sweat shops. People of Moyie stop  antl ask yourselves the following  questions. Did Timothy Eaton or  Kobert Simpson ever contribute a  dollar towards a public improvement  in Movie? Did tlysy ever purchase a  dollar's worth of stock in the waterworks or contribute a dollar towai-ds  the put chase of hose for the fire  brigade? Did they ever contribute a  dollar to a Moyie man in distress?  Did they ever buy a dollar's worth of  goods iti a Movie store or buy a meal  nt a Moyie hotel ? Keep your money  at home, good people, so that when  you spend a dollar you have a chance  of getting it back again; which chance  will never occur if it ever gets in  Eaton's or Simpson's mits.���������Moyie  Leader.  Locomotive's Long Run.  The Great Northern Company are  owners of an express railway engine  which is believed to own the world's  recoulfor the number of miles run.  This is No. 1, stationed at Peterborough and Doncaster. IThe engine,  which belongs to the single drifing  wheel type, was built in Doncaster in  1850. being the first to be fitted with  outside cylinders. From careful calculations made, the engine has just  completed its four millionth mile.  The engine still runs on its original  wheels, and is capable of holding ita  own amongst the newest constructed.  In its long life, the No. 1 has not met  with an accident of serious nature.���������  IsllDEtan Gaymtt.. IT.���������j-.* *���������  *  <*  **  fr  fr  t  ALL THE NEW-  EDITIONS  AT..  Canada Drug & Book Go *  4-  fr  fr t  * ****H>*1,*H"M**M'* fr-H'***'!"*"*"****  REVELSTOKE  Fall Fairs.  Tne (J. P. R. i'.ive. made rate* to the  various fall fairs with limits as shown  balow.  Ashcroft tickets sold Sept. 2tth and  25th, good to return Sept. 2Sth, round  ti'ipijiS.Sj.  Kamloops tickets sold Sept. '2Kb,  23th and 2flth. good to return .Sept.  :iV)lh, round ttip $0.50.  New Westminster tickets sold S������*pt  20tn and :10th, Oct. 1st and 2nd. good  tu return Oct. 7th, round trip $12.%>  Carpets.   Curtains.   Linoleum.  To purchase everything you -'want in the  Clothinc and Furnishing Lines from  a   Ll    ti   i\   J 1 $'���������&    >?'*}     \! -or jV   i.i ? W% 1 -5  Notes of News.  Wc buy from the best Wholesalers.  The Quality of Our Stock is Excellent.  Our prices are reasonable.  We will open up in a few days a perfect  ' Imported stock of  DRESS C00CS,   RIBBONS,   RUCS,   CARPET8,   INLAID   LINOLEUM  AND FLOOR CLOTH.  ���������H     Imported from thc best manufacturers in Scotland.  DressGoods,Ge tit's Furnishings  AY. Williamson, of Bear Creek,  is in  lown, -1  Mrs. Kiiowlton camo up from  l'Vrguson on Saturday.  ���������Ueid & Voung in their new store  next Molsons Bank.  Don't forget the supper in the  jUetliodist church on Fridav.  "Wantkii���������Two smart girls at Union  Cigar Factory.  AV. George returned on Monday  from it business visit to Vancouver.  Mrs. M. K. Lawson and her daughter Francos, returned from the east on  Sunday.  | 0. M. Scott returned - on Monday  morning from Banfl accompanied by  Mrs. Scott.  Miss Eleanor Paget left this morning on a visit to Dean and Miss Paget  in Calgary.  ���������New store, new"'stock and well  lighted for evening shopping at Reid  & Young's.  J. J. Young and Mrs. Young returned to Calgary yesterday from their  trip to California.  M. M. Buchanan of Camborne, was  u town yesterday on his way home  from a visit to Oal gary. -  XX'. Magee, bridge foreman on No. 7  shod, is   in town   today.   He  men working on the shed.  K. Woods of the C. P. K. repair  shops at Smelter Junction lias been  transferred toEholt.  ���������Reid fc Young will open  up  thei  new fall stock in  their new  premises.  You are invited to inspect the goods.  Wanted���������Good brush hand immediately. Apply'at Herald office or to  W.'G. Birney, painter.    Sept. 25. 2 t,  E. C. Fromey is very busy a Golden  building vaults in the- government  building and in the new Imperial bank  ollice.  Mrs. R. Doyle and family returned  from their visit to Mrs. J. G. Webster  on the ranch near Vernon on Sunday  morning.  Dr. J. P. Coghlan of 'London.  Ont.,  *   has arrived in town.  ���������    He   -will   look  after the practice of Dr.   Burgess  during his absence.  Wake Up  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,  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  TAYLOR BLOCK.        -      -  AND  SEE THE BARGAINS  GUY BARBER'S IN  AT  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  titr^**<4f4tV4V*r**r**4r+^  * _ _    ���������  ._     ���������      NOTARY  PUBLIC,  JOHN D. SIBBALD,  REAL ESTATE-  t C. I". R. TOWNSITE,  " I MA11A. TOWNSITB.  Master    Bertie   Lawrence   arrived  hack   from   Vancouver    on     Sunday  morning.        He   had   betvn   away for  ^^-threeMiioiiths-getting-his-eyes-treated.-  The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian  church intend giving supper on the  evening of Thanksgiving Day in the  opera house. The date this year is  Thursday. Nov. 28th.  Friday night at (i k. the Boston  Baked Beans, Brown Bread, Pumpkin and Lemon Pie supper got up by  the Ladies Aid of the Methodist  church will commence. Admission  25.    Children 15.  J. McTuggait, who is at the Central  hotel, undergoing treatment for injury  to his knee cap. is progressing very  favorably. He has been around on  crutches this week but the plaster will  not be removed from his knee for  another month.  A meeting of tho Hospital Ladies'  Aid Committee i.i called for Friday  ��������� afternoon, 4 p.m., at Mrs. -CarrntheiV  residence, on Second Straet. This  committee has already done splendid  work for the hospital and will meet to  di.*-cuss ways and means for raising  additional funds for this deserving  project.  On Thursday last P. Larsen, a member of F. C. Green's survey party,  who were surveying the Camborne  group on Fish Itiver. was struck on  the head by a falling tree and his  skull crushed, completely paralyzing  him. He was brought in on Friday  evening and taken to the Central,  where he is now lying.  Wentwnith Sinvthe, secretary of  the football club. ha*< received a telegram from Kamloops on Tuesday  afternoon staling that the Martin  challenge cup will be played for on  lhe20th inst. The following team  will represent Revelstoke : K. Dodd,  goal; Purvis and McGuire, Capt. backs;  Carr. Lyons and Carey, half backs;  \V. Smythe. R. Smyth, Donaldson,  Graham and W. Beavoforwards. The  team leaves on tonight's No 1.  The Independaiit band left this  morning for Kamloops to play at the  Fair.  Supt. Kilpatrick and his official  staff intend to have the station and  platform very handsomely decorated  in honour of the visit of the royal  party next Sunday. Materials for  the decorations are coming from  Montreal.  XV. Williamson, watchman at Bear  Creek, one of; the oldest and most  trustworthy employes ot the C. P. R.  having been in the employ of thc  company ever since construction, is in  town on business. Mr. Williamson is  contemplating the erection of another  handsome residence in town.  Last Friday evening ���������while Nurse  Peachy, who was nursing Mrs. Hanbury at* the C. P. R. restaurant,, was  watching the removal of P. Larson  from the Arrowhead train to the  ambulance shu stepped backwards in  the darkness oif the station platform  and fell on the track. The platform  is several feet* high near the restaurant  and the fall broke her right wrist and  sprained her ankle.  A. F. Rosenberger returned to Nelson Friday night after a fortnight's  trip through Montana and Idaho. To  a Miner reporter Mr. Rosenberger  stilted that he had never before realized how valuable the deposits of British Columbia were till he saw what  mines had been developed in the slates  mentioned from showings that were  in no way superior to those of British  Columbia, while in extent of mineral  ised country he ha-1 >een nothing to  compare with almost any of the mining sections of this province.  3~.  U...- ,!.������������,.     _rtr.V.l  FINANCIAL-^;  INSURANCE !  Canadn Permanent & Western  Canada Mortgage Corporation.  Equitable '.'avlngs Loan and liuildlnj  Association.  Mercantile Fire.  COAL FOR SALE,  (Imperial Flre.      Guardian ICirc.  {Canadian l*'ire.      Caledonian Fire  I Conlederatinn Llie.      Atlas Fire.  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT,  -=Harry--E.-l  e���������-ncbl<i-  head������ of cariboo shot in the district  wliich will adorn the Revelstoke arch  at the royal reception in Vancouver.  The owners of the three heads are  Dan Mcintosh, Tom Edwards and  himself. The antler's on all three are  in the velvet and the head.-: were all  preserved by Mr. Edwards and arp  beautiful example- of his art. lit*  will accompany the mayor to Vancouver to place them on the arch, as it  was the idea, of hi**, Worship to  represent the game resources of  Kootenay  structure.  in   a fitting manner on the  MARACAIBO  CHOCOLATES  A choice lin.; of   llic*<e   lino  confections always on Land  Premiers and Rumors of Premiers at tVictoria. The expectation is That Something  Will be Heard to Drop Within  a Few-Hours'  A special Victoria despatch   to   the  Nelson Tribune dated the 23rd says ;  An effort is being made to patch  up  the differences between the Stalwarts  and the Insurgents.      Dunsmuir   will  probably resign   and allow  Eberts to  become   premier,   who   -will take two  Insurgents into his  cabinet,   probably  Ifelmcken and Tatlow,  replace   Prentice with Green,   and   make   McBride  provincial secretary.     By  doing this,  the following-named can be   relied on  to support the government:      Eberts,  Ilelmcken. McPhillips.   Hall,   Pooley,  Dickie.    Mounce.     Tatlow,     Garden,  Ellison.   .Fulton,    Murphy,   A.     W.  Smith, Hunter, Rogers/Taylor. Green,  Gilford.   Clifford.    Hayward,    Booth  and McBride.       Speaker   Booth is ill  ^n~th"^lfi5?pit";Vl"lTCr"e~and_mayi-iiofc"-be  able to attent the next   session.     The  vacancy in Victoria will be contested,  and it i.s doulitful if it can   be   carried  by a candidate pledged to support tbe  above combination.     The   opposition  will if about a-i when the   house   met  in WOO.  Another Victoria special of the same  date, totlie Vancouver World, takes  another view.    It says:���������  Persistent minors, aie current here  todav that Preminr Dunsmuir has  decided, in view of tbe adverse verdict  in New Westminster city, to present  bis lesigiuition to the Lieutenant-  Governor and lecomuiend Mr. Richard  McBride at his successor.  Tbis is presumed lo be the recommendation of personal friends, who  take the ground that it is the distinctly stated determin-ition of the  people to endorse and sustain Mx:  Mi-Bride's recent protest against  cabinet readjustm'siit.  A third despatch from the capital,  this time to the Province, says:  Mv. Thos, T.iylor, M.L.A., and Mr.  R. F. Green. M. L. A., who are in the  cily. state that feeling of indignation  against the government is more in-  turiRt* in tlio interior than on tbe coa.-t,  and so far as their constituents -tie  concerned, the government ii doomed.  Judge explained the light nature of  the sentences hy saying that it had  been representud to him that the  prisoner just previous to the thefts  complained of was suffering from the  eil'ects of rheumatism ��������� and that to  relieve his sufferings he had taken  some drugs and that the thefts had  taken place while the prisoner was  under the elfects of. the drugs and  therefore not strictly accountable for  his actions. Judge Foi-in observed that  the prisoner's actions following the  thefts bore ont this interpretation of  the circumstances.  ^Address Revelstoke Station. % .  Bjt*PPPPPPPPP'JrjlrVrPPPPPP&P&  ������)(������)(������C������X^(^(������X������X*M8^������)^(^������^^������^C������X<������)8^C������jI  THE   PBBPEOT   DRESS   Many men have many  minds^in the matter of dress  but the dictates of fashion  must be considered.  We make the clothes you  ���������want, correct.in style, ofthe  QUEEN VICTORIA  The Plans for the, Building  Approved by the Board and  Tenders Called For.  The board of hospital trustees   held  a meeting on Monday afternoon at 5 k.  revised   plans   for   the   building  The  best material, and in a faultless manner.' (  There's real distinctive- <  ness in the garments we <  make. I  Our stock is the largest *  and best assorted in thc city. I  fYour Pat ronage Solicited   jr.   S.    OE/E3SS3^r7LILT , _  The Art Tailo r, Mackenzie Ave.  ^,'^y^.<^<^<^(^/^/^(^(^/^^^^/^/!^((S^^^)^(^)(  furnished by the architect Mr. Dalton  were accepted and the secretary was  instructed to call for tenders for the  ~erection~bfth"o��������� "hospital: ThV"plafis  call for a building consisting of a basement, ground floor, first ' floor and  attic. The front faces towards First  St. Tn the basement are storerooms,  kitchen, furnace room and fuel cellar,  nurses' dining room and matron's  apartments. ��������� The ground floor is  devoted entirely to surgical cases.  Entering the hall on the right is the  office and behind it a female ward on  the left is the male ward. Across the  corridor running through the. floor  This Space Reserved  for John B. Wood's  New Furniture Advt.  Extra CoiLting of Chocolate  sold at Kaiicrn prices:  50c. and 60c. per Ib.  BURNT ALMONDS  65c   and   75c.   per   Ib.  W. Bews, PH. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  ��������� BROWN BLOCK,  Gets Six Months  W...J. Mtigner, the defaulting agent  of the N. Si F. S. railway, who whs  stationed at Waneta. was brought before .Tudg't P'oi-in Thursday for election upon two charges of theft. He  elected spe<*dy trial and entered a plea  of guilty, riii? chargos against Mag-  ner were the stealing of .*i>S80 from  Jesse Coulter, manager of tho Second  Relief mine at Krie, and of stealing  the sum of Jj>28.2o front J. It. Hunnex,  the postmaster at Erie. Judge Forin  sentenced the prisoner to six months  imprisonment upon each charge, the  sentences to run concurrently. The  J  right angle to the 'main hall is a  sterilizing room and operating room,  tbe latter being lit by an overhead  window. A bathroom and semi-  private ward complete thc rooms on  thi.s floor. On the lirst lloor are four  private wards, one large ward and  two semi-priviite wards, all of which  will be used for medical cases. In the  attic are the nurses' apartment.  There are bathrooms on every floor.  The external appearance of the building will be handsome and the plans  provide for a hospital, which will  certainly be a credit to Kevelstoke in  every particular.'  Secret Work of Odd Fellowship  A step regarded a.s the most important ever taken with regard to the  secret work of the order of Odd Fellowship was recorded at Indianapolis  on I'Viday last, when the sovereign  grand lodge, tlie supreme body, voted  to allow duplicate copied of the secret  work of the order to be made.  At every session for20 years or more  an attempt has been made to this end,  but until Friday every attempt has  failed.  .Since'the founding of Odd Fellowship there has been only one copy of  the secret work of the order. This is  not printed, but is stamped on parchment.   ' '-.������  It is kept by a guardian! specially  appointed for that purpose.'    No  one  is allowed to cast his eyes on it unless  that one is an officer or a grand representative in the sovereign grand  lodge.  During'the session of   the   supreme  bodyin this city the copy of the secret  I work has been kept in a room under  the watchful eyes of two guardians.  The resolution adopted Friday provides that each state jurisdiction shall  receive one copy of the secret work.  No additional copies will be made.  Each slate and each lodge now has  the ritualistic work which is secret  also, but the signs and some other  secrets not mentioned are never given  except by word of mouth.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  SKA I.ED TENDERS will be received by tlie  undersigned up lo noon on THURSDAY, Oct.  lOUi, Ior tlie construction complete of tlio  Itcvelstokc Hospital, as pur plans nnd speclli-  cutloiiH on view iilCiiHtoms' Ofllco, Itevclstoke.  l-owcst or uny tender not necessarily  accepted.  B. 11. ATKINS,  Hon. Scc-Treas.  Itcvelstokc, Supt.'iltli, 1901. -H.  WRIGHT   PORRITT,  PHOTOGRAPHER.  Dcvclopin'.nt ol   plntci and  films for amateurs undertaken.  Terms ou application.  Dark It.ioin (temporarily.  CANADA IlllUfJ ,*c BOOK CO.  WANTED,  A situation  by a young  girl   in   a  private  iamlly.   Apply at tlie Hkrald ofllee.  TENDERS  Tenders will be received for the  hauling of 150 tons of ore from the  "Waverley and Tangier mines to Albert Canyon, B. C. by H. Perry-  Leake at Albert Caiiyon, B. G.  Sept. 25. 21  Order Your  Printing  from the  HERALD  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  FCR SALE.  One Cottage Coal Stove and one Box Stove.  Cheap tor cub.   Apply at Lewis Bros.    al4-3t  '       ,1  A


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