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 ���������*���������:V-  ,:������������������,.(  SI  REVELSTOKE B.C.     WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER IQ, 1901  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  Rubber  The largest and most i:nin])lele  slock in  Kootenay.  THEMALTESK BRAND. Kip  and Knee rjools, also Laced and  1 and 2 Buckle Lumbermen's  Snag Proof Hoots. These particular Hues of Uuhlier Goods  are guaranteed by ns.  Ladies', Gent's nnd Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  gand  A large importation and'aconi-  plete assortment, of SLATER'S  famous Boots and Shoes. ICing's  and Bell's Boots and Shoes,  Weston's Youths' and Children's Boots and Shoes. Tlie  above are tlie very best, boot  and Shoe manufacturers in  Canada and the goods aro  warranted the best on the  market.  CARPETS,  RUGS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  ' A SPECIAL REDUCTION for  this month in CARPETS ANC RUCS  ���������Beautiful -selections ��������� choice  Patterns.  The Linoleums are directly imported  and  are    first-class   in  , every respect..  Flannel and  Flannelettes  Our stock of Flannel und Flan-  nellettesfor this Fall were the  Best ever put, on the market  here and met with a ready sale.  Blankets  and Quilts  We have ju^t i-eceived a new  line of the above articles anil  placed, thorn for sale. Special  ' Bargains in WU1TE WOOL  Blankets.  Linen  s  Wo arc showing a splendid line  ��������� of Table  Cloths���������bleached 'unbleached,   colored.   Towellings,  Pillow   Ca_siugy,   Slieotings���������all  ~w id t ITS ~       "       ~  Glove 3  ??  Gloves if!  Just received-an assorted ship-  'uieiit   of   Ladies'    Kid  Gloves  imported from Frace.  A Nice Line  of Groceries  o  As usual, onr stock of Groceries  aril I he very iiest obtainable in  tho markets of the world. Every  article Fresh. Purchased in  carload lots . regularly every  mouth.  Gent's  Furnishings  Our lines in this Department  are most complete and we  cairy a carefully selected stock.  Tliey include the Latest Styles  in 'fiats���������hard arid soft���������Shirts  White and Colored, Collars,  Cuffs, .Underwear," Imported  Goods, Hosiery, etc., and we  specially call your attention to  om* Imported Underclothing.  It , ���������������������������mrniM���������fc  AVe are showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  C.B.HUME&CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Co  and Bennett Fuse.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  Muster Mechanic Hull went down to  Nelson yesterday morning.  J. XV. Foulds of Winnipeg, has been  given a position in lhc C. P. R.  accountant's oflice iu Vancouver.  XX7. Whyte, .-isi-istant to the president of the C.P.U , is hack in Winnipeg  after an absence in .Monti eai of several  weeks.  Telegraph operator-lirewsterarrived  from Vancouver this morning lo taku  the night trick in the C. P. R. telegraph office.  W. Stitt, C. P. R. assistant general  passenger agent, has not yet left ior  Australia nor is the date of his departure yet decided.  J. W. Thompson, formerly station  agent iit Macleod, has liven transferred  to Elko. Alta. Mr. McMillan who was  arcing agent during Mr. Thompson s  recent illness, will lie permanently  stationed tliere.  At the half yearly meeting of the G.  T. ll. held iu London last week the  president, Sir Charles Rivers-Wilson,  described the giving of free passes as  one of the greatest, abuses of railway  administration in Canada. t  The Canadian Rail ivay freight agents  held their regular monthly meeting in  Montreal last week, and decided that  they would make no further changes  in their winter rates. The Toronto  men present were A. White for th.-; G.  T. It.', andM. 11. Brown for the C.P.R.  and Secretary John E iris of the association.  A brakeman named .T. II. Brans-  combe lost his leg ns the result of an  accident in the Grand Trunk yard at  the Union; Station, Toronto last  Tuesday morning. lie was on the top  of a car which was being'shunted, and  fell between it and the next car. Bolh  legs were run over and .rushed.  ���������  ' A rear end collision on the main hue  of the C.P.R. at Wolf River, near Fort  William, occurred .on Thursday. last.  Two stock trains for the east" wen; on  the siding and the. last,.three cars , of  one of them were not quite clear of the  main track. In passing, the west  bound Imperiar Limited crushed into  the train, throwing sevei al cats loaded  with cattle from the track and killing  a number of the aniin-ils. The wreck  delayed the train for Iif teen hours. .  Tliere was a striko of Canadian  Pacific telegraph messengers last Tuesday whicli lasted lor 3T, minutes.  Through an oversight the pay day had  been delayed, and lhe messengers felt  lh:it> I ht*y could-not face-the opportunities of spending money afforded  during the royal visit with empty  pnekets. Tlie wages were paid next  day, and this, with the .promise of'a  half holiday for the boys during the  week, brought aliout a, peaceable  settlement.���������Toronto Telegram.  M; C.irty, W. M. Lawrence,Tt. Jlowson,  W. J. "Dickey, F. B. Wells, Jus. I.  Woiiiliow, ,J. Abrahanison, T. E. L.  iaylnr, C. .1. Aman. There were only  tivo cases Rex v. Sangolla and Rex v.  Lcg.issy. In the lirst the. grand jury  found a True Bill, but the second was  no billed. The grand jury made no  presi-nl incut.  lu the case of Rex v. Sangolla, the  prisoner, an Hungarian section for.*-  iii.in al Nakos-p. was charged on three  count*'. Mm)'���������ling at hi*, wife at Xakiup  o ii July--nil with intent to murder,  s'ino! ing .il her with intent to do her  gii-vious bodily harm and having  unlawfully a concealed weapon on his  IJ.'isnii. Tliu following were thu jury  i'iu']i:ncl!eil to try the case: II. II.  ll-iins.-iy, J. A. Smith, J. E. Wood. A.  K. Kincaid, G. C. Li-mbkc, M. A.  Wilson. J. P. Sutherland. J. A. Stone,  II. 11. Sconex, Roy Smythe, Thos.  Steed and G. 15. Grogan, foreman. G.  S. McCirti'i- defended and H. A.  McLean, deputy attorney general  prosecuted. The witnesses for the  crown were Capt. Julius Dougul, Mrs.  Barton, L. E. Siunnoiuls, Walter Scott  and Stephen Marrowsack, For the  defence, lhe prisoner's wife and the  prisoner himself were called.  The jury disagreed after a prolonged  discussion and were discharged.-  Th" case is to come up again at  Kauiluops ou the 22nd insl.  Standard Development.  From reports just received from th e  Standard this week the work lieing  done on this property is pioving the  value of the recent striker, of high  grade copper on*. The ledges are  shewing larger ore bodies of even  lu-tler grade than has yet beer, leport-  i*il. The PrinceMiniug Co. art* patting  fnt'lli every effort to develop the  property this fall to he ready for the  opening of navigation, when the  al earner Revelstoke will be making  regular runs np the river within '.ship-  pint; distance nf lhis valuable property.  There is a, big demand for Prince  Mining and Development Co's shaies,  which are placed-it 2T> cents I'or the  piesent, but the JTtjrald un.U'istands  that at a very early date the shares at  23 rents will lie takeu off the market  and placed at.=30 cents, a figure which  is warranted 1)3"'the excellent shewing tuad_e by the properties of the  company Lhis fall.    -  Third Payment on Blue "Jay.  Yesterdav afternoon the third pai1]  ment of yiaOO was m.nle by E. A  Biailley, managing director of the  Duquesne Mining Co., on l h'e Blue Jay  placer claini ou Smith . Creek. The  company has now made a considerable  payment- on this "property, which i-*  Ihe best evidence of tUeir faith in its  future and their intentions lo get  down to mining business. Mr. Brad-  Wy is an old Cariboo man, thoroughly  conversant with the science of pl.ici-r  mining and good results may confidently bu expected from, a properly  which he endorses and handles. '  ������L  Col. Holmes Will Recommend  That the Revelstoke Company,  R. M. R. Be Disbanded.���������A  Letter From Capt. Taylor.  The following despatch appeared in  Monday's coast panel's:  Nkl-Sox, B. C, Oct. II.���������Lieut. Col.  Holmes, D. 0. C, statu**, that he will  recommend that tlie militia department disband the Kevelstoke company  of niiliti.'i, and give ihe company lo  Rosshuul; also to disband the Kaslo  company, making the headquarters  here when this place will become  hi'.idquni tors for the regiment and  bund, also that a drill shed be built  here, and one at Rossland.  ��������� The Kamloops company of Rifles  will probably be disbanded, and  mounted companies established there  and nt Vui nnn und Greenwood.  Immediately on seeing itCaptTaylor  sunt the following communication to  the Herald:  Sir,���������T read a statement in today's  "Province" lhat Lieut. Col. Holmes,  1). O. C. intends to recommend the  disbanding of No. 5 Co. R. M. R. 1  most Miu't-ri-ly trust that he will not  do so. unless ic i.s assured that we aio  to have no drill hall. Without a drill1'  hall or armory we are of course us  gn������d as disbanded in any case.  But if lhe militia dept. would only  malize the necessity of a drill hull in  such a climate* as this, c.-perially as  the city has guaranteed the site for it,  we could easily gather enough men  lo form two excellent companies.  Col. Peters said our inspection in  ISO!) was lhe best and most commendable of. the ,five companies in the  KootenayJ, but at that time we had a  di ill hull, for which I paid the rent out  of my own pocket.  If we are not to have a clx ill hall of  any kind, I am quite in ��������� favor of disbanding, because ic is quite impossible  to exist without it, unless the government pays for the rent for one for us.  as they do in some of lhe other companies. 'On the other hand, if there -is  the faintest chance, of a drill hull being"  elected here, then.I ask for a chance  to use it and will guarantee my men  to puss a,most satiM'.ielory ins-pecli on.  It is not l.iir lhat the government  should pay thu rent of a hall for one  company and not i'or   all.      However,  us a result of this,   we  seem   to   stand  in danger of being disbanded.  T have nothing" further tojsay, except  th.-it-'my men are most eager  lo   keep  the company going, but that to do   so  is utterly impossible, if I have to  meet  all current expenses personally.  Yours Truly,  Thompson E. L. Taylor.  Commanding No. 5 Co., lt. JL It.  Thc Hkkalii considers that the  above is a reasonable plea, which  ought lo satisfy lhe authorities that it  is Ihroiigh no fault of Capl. Taylor or  Xo. ."> Company that the Revelsloke  company is not in a more active condition than it has been for the past few  months. Capt. Taylor paid for the  rent of Tappings opera house for a  drill shed for one winter and for the  lent of oue of the small room's in the  Mime building as an armory for six  months longer. It is only natural that  he considers lhat he has done enough  in this direction. The city too h<i =  guaranteed u site if the government  will put up a drill hall and a resolution  to lhis ell'ect has heen in the hands of  lhe militia dept. for several months  without any more effect, than the  repeated letters of C.ipt. Taylor on the  subject. The captain is as been as the  rest of the. company on keeping the  organization together and there is on  reason on earth except the unjust and  dilatory procedure on the part of the  dept. for subjecting Revelstoke to the  slur and disgrace of having its compnny disbanded. If we can only get  the same measure of consideration  deilt out lo us as other places have  received, we can raise aud keep up two  as smart and ellicient companies in  Kevelstoke as can ever Rossland or  Nelson. The Hrcn.u.n appeals to every  body in lown, who has the slightest  influence, to uso it* to prevent Col.  Holmes' recommendation from taking  effect,  LATEST NEWS  The City Council  At a. special meeting of the city  council held on Monday night, al  whicli there was a full attendance, il  was unanimously resolved to increase  the scope of the proposed debenture  bylaw fori improving and extending  the city streets and sidewalks by adding IjiloOO to the amount of S.'iOO pre1  posed previously to be spent on  gravelling the streets and adding the  'whole sum of"$2000 to = the- $2000" for  sidewalks, making the hylaw raise  $1000.' The necessary petition has  been prepared and is in circulation anil  will be ready for the regular meeting  on Friday evening.        .  Redistribution.  Speaking to the HliltALD yesterday  Thos. T.iylor M. P. P., expressed, himself as not at all iu accord wilh the  scheme of redistribution recently  advocated by the Nelson Tribune.. lie  thinks that the, Tribune allows too  large a proportion to Vancouver  Island. The Tribune scheme still  leaves small disti icts on the Island,  such as Esquimau. Cowichan and  Victoria llistrict with one member  apiece, though the number of voles'  polled in them (inly runs from 2UU to  403. while districts in Kooten.iy wilh  double, treble or quadruple the highest  of these figures are only given one  each likewise. In Ihw same way the  Tribune leaves New Westminster with  a population of 80..U with only one  memher'iind allows lhe four pocket  ridings of Westminster district, lo  ke������p four members, each ri>pi**senting  a lew f;ii*iiH'i's. lb is ilii.li-iiit.tn see  why Kaslo is made nut to be Mich a  centra1 point for Trout Lake mining  division lhat Trout Lake m tat he  lacked on to Ainsworth. , Th re is no  community of business inti*. cat between Trout Lake and K.i-'o now  anil cm the completion or tin* rail way  what business in Tiout. L.iUi* Revelstoke loses will not go to K iMo bul  Nelson, Mr. Taylor does noi believe  in the principle of adding another  member to Vancouver solely on the  grounds of increase of population. A  large city's interests are so compact  and its area so get at able that it can  be well served by fewer members than  its actual population perhaps wai*  rants.  "The whole qucsl ion" siid Mr. Taylor "is a very dillicult uni*. I am  afraid it caiinot be settled without  stiring np the feeling between the  Island and the mainland which aheady  is iu existence lo a certain extent.  But T am of the opinion that the  island is entitled to a good deal  smaller and Kootenav- ton good deal  larger proportion of representation  than the Tribune scheme calls for."  The Assizes  Judge Irvine presided at the. assize  court held here on Saturday !a**t.  Deputy Attorney General McLean  conducted the court for-lhe crown.  The following grand jury was empanelled:  J. M.   Kellie,   foreman,   F.  ������������SXS������������sX5SX^^  S Sri?  k'  Our New Store is just about in shape to do  Business Properly after the hustle and  worry of moving of oar Fall and Winter  ~Dzygoods5;^^his-Season-^^  careful in the selection of our Goods as to  Quality and Price, and that we have succeeded is evidenced by our rapidly increasing1 trade in our New Store. The following"  are some of the new importations which  you are respectfully invited to inspect:  adies'   Ready-to  resi's  Fyrs3 Jackets,  Skirts,   Chil-  raderskirts, s-aney aM rsaan g-rene  Fl&rsrseis, Bloyses m Siik and Sateen,  Velvets   and   Flannelettes,    Boots    and    Shoes,   Rften's  Furnishings, Trunks and VaEsses.  Our Store is well Lighted, and for late  afternoon shoppers the advantage of our  efforts in this direction of store lighting  will be fully appreciated. \  Your  Mail  Orders  REID & YOU  Promptly  Attended  to   MffPWcrsjrjr&pp&jMiT^^^  Miss    Stone,     the      Captured  America Missionary   and  the  Brigands.���������Bank Wrecked by  Robbers in Ohio.  Svx   FliAXClSi-o,   Oct.    I.I���������A    war  hetwecn Russia and Japan over Corea  is predicted   hy Dr.  Nicholas   Senna,  professor in the University of Chicago.  who has jiii*t returned from  a  tour  in  the Orient.    He says the .Japanese  are  making   preparations  for    war  with  ItiUMa and that they made  no   secret  of it either.  Lonoo.v, Oct. 10.���������A rumor was  on the ICtchange yesterday morning  that Geu. Botha had heen captured  lint a despatch from Gen. Kitchener  on Monday makes no mention of it.  It is reported thai Man ile Gonne, the  "Irish Joan of Arc" has eluded the  vigilance of the authorities and is now  ou her way to .Smith Africa.  Soi'lA, Oct. 1(5���������A letter from Madams Tsilka, companion to Miss Stone,  urges the stopping of military pursuit.  The brigands threaten their prisoners  wilh immediate) death in the event of  danger to themselves.  Sl-iviu.ii, Oct. Id-Martial law has  heen proclaimed here as a result of lhe  ���������>rike, wliich hegan yesterday.  Danville, Ohio. Oct. 10���������Eight  I'olihers ellVcted au entrance inlo a  hank hiiildiiig here yesterday morning  and hlew open t.he safe with dynamite.  Tlie building and vault were wrecked.  Albany,   Oct.    Ki���������Tlie    Court    of  Appeals     has     granted     Roland    li.'  Molineux,   who   was   recently    found  guilty of the murder of his wife, a new .  I rial. :  Bui-oril), Oct. 10.���������The Great Northern Railway's east hound fl5-er went,  into an open switch at,, Kilva, Mont.,  the" first station west* of here, this  inoriiing. Tho .engineer, was.,.killed.  Several cars were badly,wrecked.  Vienna, Oct. 1(5.���������Dinikrotf'-"and.  Zirlcoir,,with three mission workers.,  have been killed by tlie band that.  captured Miss Stone.        ' -    '  Tho United States demands that  Turkey shall make up the deficit in  the subscription for Miss Stone's  ransom and repay the amount received from subscriptions. It ' in  thought that the " brigands have  retired to thc interior of Macedonia.  The belief is growing in Constantinople that the Bulgarian government  is really responsible for- the kidnapping.  The driver, wlio was with Miss  Stone, when she was captured by  brigands, has arrived at Sofia. He  says her captives were Turks.  Tabloid Telegrams  Baron de Blaquiere declares he has  not-been-approached_oHicially��������� regards  ing the governor-generalship  of Canada and he could not accept it anyway  as among  other  reasons   his  private  fortune is not large enough.  - American capitalists have asked tlie  citv of St. Petersburg for a  25 year's  lease   of   all   its   street   railway.*   on  condition of relaying and  extending  them as electric roads.  The United States government will  he asked to mediate between Venezuela and Columbia. * '  Smallpox was discovered at Notre  Daiin; hospital. Montreal today.  Fire did $200,OCO damage at Beaumont. Texas today.  John O'Donnell, nationalist M. P.  for .*-oiilh Mayo, Ireland, was dragged  from the platform hy police whilo  iiddrc-sing a meeting there Monday  and taken to the constabulary bai-  racks. Several pert-mis were injured  by stones in the lint that followed.  Queen Victoria  Hospital.  The hospital board met Mr. Dalton,  the architec t, yesterday and tiie contract for the erection of the building  was awarded to the firm of Foote Si  Abiahamson. at a figure of SC<585,  conditionally on satisfactory bonds to  the amount of $4000 heing furnished.  The time limits are that the building  shall be sheeted and roofed within one  month from the date of the contract  and completed by Feb. 1st 1902. It  will require at least S2500 moie than  Ihe present funds in possession of the  boaid to complete and furnish the  hospital. Thos. Taylor M. P. P.  promised yesterday to get the maintenance grant voted last session  applied for furnishing the building. ^Msi^e %mU ami ^nilwat)  pelt's Journal,  Published By '  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Llmitod Liability.  A- JOHNSON,  Mining ins; Director.  THE SIDE WA LK B YLA W.  A Somi-Weekly Journnl published in the  Interest-* ot the railway men. mining men ana  bininpNi men of tlio West. Days ot l'liblU'iition  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVKKl 1S1.N0   KATES.  Display ads., tl.M per inch; tingle eolumn,  ���������������> per liuili when inserted . on title pane  Legal ads., 10 cents per ineh (nonpariel) line  tor tlrst insertion; ii ecnts for eaeh addUlonuI  insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line each  issue. Birth, Marriage and Death >otices  free.  .SUBSCRIPTION  BATES.  liv mall or carrier, V- per annum; $1.25 for  slx'moiiths, strictly in advance.  OUR JOB DKPAKTMKXT.  Is one of the best equipped prlnliiiK ollices in  the West and prepared to execute all kinds ot  printing fn lirstclass style ut honest prices,  uue price to all. Xo job too lurKC���������none inn  Mua.ll���������for ns. Mall orders promptly atiended  lu.   tllve us a trial on your next order.  TO CORUESl'OXDKNTS.  We Invite correspondence on any subject  of Interest io the general public. In all cu.-es  the bona tide name of the writer must uccoin-  panv manuscript, but not necessarily lor  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager.  NOTICE TO CORKESl'OXnENTS.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   be    legibly  written on one Bide of the paper only.  '.'.���������Correspondence     containing      personal  matter must be signed with tlie proper name  nf the writer.  li. ,..GKOCAN, Editor.  W'EDISKSDAY,   OCTOIIKH  10,   1001.  SUBJECTS FOR  CONSIDERATION  Tomorrow i* the usual dav of meeting of the executive council of the  board of trade and there ure cerlainly  u couple of matters which would make  it worth their whilo. to meet and take  np. This place owes a great deal more  to tlie board of trad* than that body  ha* ever got credit for or indeed than  some people are at all willing that  they should get credit for. Theirs is  u useful and honorable record iu the  history ot Kevelstoke and theHiiiiAi.n  only wishes to see the same good work  of the board going on, when it suggests  that this proposed mining exposition  at New York to be held early in  December and the question of the  Dominion government expenditure on  the upper river during the coining  winter are both matters of vital importance to the welfare of lievelstoke  and therefore come well within the  board's ken. The Hebald has already enlarged on both these topics.  The Exposition of Mining at New-  York will be the greatest chance ever  ottered Kootenay of bringing her  mineral resources before the capitalists  and mining men of tho east. The  boards of trade, the municipal councils  and the press of the district should  unite in urging our provincial government to make the very best exhibit at  it possible and the mining men of the  Big Bend, Fish River, the Lardeau  and other points, which our local  board cau help in this matter, should  help the bcmrd.iu turn -by sending ir.  specimens, with which the government can enrich its Revelstoke district  collection.  As to the other matter of the  Dominion government expenditure on  the upper river, we know there was  a supplementary grant of $10,000 made  for thii purpose. Of this' sum it was  stilted, we believe, by Mr. Galliher  that $5L.'.0 was to be used between the  Canyon aud Death rapids, $5000 for a  tramway along the Death rapids and  $5000   above    Death    rapids. The  Herald thinks it would be well, considering of what immense importance  this expenditure  is to  Revelstoke. for  the board to ascertain from   JHr.   Galliher exactly   what   the intentions of  the Public Works Dept. in thi.s matter  -^arerso that��������� we���������ma\���������know-^-whac   is  contemplated in this   direction.      The  Herald is led to believe that the construction of a   tramway   suitable   for  the transfer of freight from a steamer  plying below the rapids   to one above  would not be a very costly   undertaking.      If   it   is - built,   there is capital  enough   interested     in     the    district  above the rapids to make it a.certainty  ' that the launching of a steamboat on  the river above would speedily follow.  A woixl in time now from thu hoiird to  the Public Works Dept.   would   open  lhe matter up and might be means   of  another step towards the development  of   RevelstokH's    vast   and     valuable  trade   territory   Ln   north     Kootenay  being taken almost at once.  Though ralhi't late in the season the  proposed expenditure of $2000  by  the  council ou extending the  sidewalks  of  the  cily   will,   the   Hkkalii   thinks,  ���������ncet with theapproval uf lhc majority  of the ratepayers.   Therc'is still  time,  if matters arc pushed  along,   for  considerable work to be done, if the job  i.-  let in small sections, as itduubtles will  he, if the bylaw carries.     Particularly  nn Second St. west and on First, Third  and Fourth'' Sts.   east   are   sidewalks  needed, hoth streets being  lined   with  attractive and valuable residences, the  owners of which pay a gocxl pronortion  of the city's taxes a nil are  ju-Uly entitled in the public conveniences, which  the municipality has already provided  in other portions of   the   city   with   a  lavish  band.    Olher   portions   of   the  work   c->ul.'iu*jl -t.-d    by    the    public  woiks committee, if the bylaw carries,  though not   perhaps   of   such   ciying  necessity, will all   of   them   aid very  considerably   to   the   convenience   of  our citizens and  visitors and  the  appearance of thecily.   The expenditure  of  this   $2030   will   do  a  great  deal  towards improving our struits.   litis  not a large sum for the results   which  will follow  its   expenditure   and   will  not add very materially to  the   taxes.  At the same time for the time being it  will do about all the work ol  sidewalk  construction .really    necessary    until  more building is done in   town.     The  Hhhalij hopes to see the   bylaw   pass  and if the tine fall weather holds   out,  we may possibly even at this  eleventh  hour enjoy the use of these   sidewalks  before the heavy snowfall of the winter  renders the work impossible.  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  BROi  Revelstoke  Station.  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  Hardware, Etc  m^&&  J.F. McLeod  Confectioner and Grocer  SUCCESS OF TOM  Where the Miner Gets off at. <**#**i*m-4***&4^  For instance : A mine-owner quite  recently shipped a carload of 'ore to a  certainsnielter; J)J.% was deducted for  moisture, which would mean nine and  and one-half carloads deducted from  every liundred shipped. The same  mine-owners shipped a carload of the  same lot of ore about the same time  to another smelter, and the deduction  for moisture was only 21.%, which  would mean a difference of seven carloads of ore to the hundred.--.Mining  and Kngineering Review.  SURE THING!  The Alhei'tan, a Calgaiy family  paper, keeps a private astrologer  chained up somewheri-on thc premises.  Ue is a professor, Prof. J. C. Richardson, Calgary, and as an astrologer hn  is no slouch. IJis predictions are  published monthly so that thn readers  of the AllM.rl.aii are in a. position to  keep dose tali on the prophet. Not  having the back numbers of the  AHwrtan on iyie the H KriALlicannotsay  howclose the .September figure.*? were  to actual events, though the protesior  claims to have foretold the death of  President McKinley, but there is one  paragraph in the October forecast  that we will bank on for'a good, solid,  reliable British Columbia prophesy  every time. It says, "There are  strong indications of a general election  about this time and a change in the  form of government." That's it 1  That will fit B. C. for October and  November and any other old month  in the calendar. Its a sure winner in  this province.  The Catholic Citizen of Milwaukee  gives the following characteristic  sketch of Sir Thomas Shaughnessy,  president of the Canadian Pacific Railway:  Many of our readers are interested  in the success of a former Milwaukee-  an, who is now president of the Canadian Pacilic railway (at a salary of  $00,01)0 a year,���������or more than we pay  the president ofthe United Slates,) mid  who has just been knighted by Edward  VII.'s son.  His present address is Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy of Canada. His parents  are old and respected residents of Milwaukee aud members of the Gesu  parish.  ' This article is not intended to be a  elogy; we utilize his lordship simply  to point a moral.  lie grew to manhood in tbe Third  ward of Milwaukee���������an Irish-American ward; and in the course of time he  was elected alderman. He stood the  prosperity of it. From that dizzy  summit of political power many Irish-  Americ-ins have fallen into reckless  habits. Tom Shaughnessy's favorite  drink is said to have been seltzer  water. Ho did not injure his health,  nor stupify his brain iu the ordinary  politician's way. aspiring to a higher  eminence than alderman of the Third  ward. He wasa railroad man in a  legitimate way also.  When the Canadian government  found that it had bitten off more than  it could chew in trying to build a great  trans-continental railway, it had recourse to the stnrdiness of the Boer  race and the clear-mindedness of the  Celt to pull it through. It gave the  company these men organized whole  shires and ptovinces of arable land for  their services   in   saring   ils   echeme.  .Their���������brains und^erier-O*���������succeeded;  and Kngland. following the   policy   of  recuperating her effete aristocracy  by  knighting    able     conimoneiF.     made  these men lords   and   baronets.      We  ourselves   disdain   the    gew gaws    of  monarchy, but  the   mind   of   Canada  ,is provincial, it kowtows to such things  so we cannot blame Mr.  Shaughnes������y  or permitting himself to he decorntcd.  Sir Thomas Shaughnessy was a    pupil of St. Gall's parochial   school.   .Milwaukee, where he   icceived   a   sound  Christian education,   whicli   wc   triikl  will enable him to die well:  albeit,   we  arc informed lhat his   attitude   in   religious matters early began lo resemble  that of the little  girl's  father;    "Papa  is a MethndNl," she said,   "but   he   ik i  not working at it now,"    lake so many j  of his co-religionists who have al taiti<*d j  eminent places in the   railway   uo:ld.  Mr. Shnughnessy seems to   have   filed  his religion away Tor future reference.  We hope he can find ii when he thinks  he needs it.  A. N. SMITH  BAKKIl,  COXFKCTIONER,  ami cute ror Ktc  CHOICE GROCERIES.   .  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Fresh Eggs  Butter  Vegetables  'always on hand.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  ��������� ������ii��������� Revelstoke, B.C.  Ice Cream fc  Home Made Candies |  l ti speuialty. JJ  t ' %  Flowers  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches   We have the name ol making'  the onlv Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for   durability  and  quality  they also excel.    tpv ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  ..BARGAINS  ..IN   About, lill healthy plants, including Knseliliis,  Geraniums, llc^ouia-i, Ktc., from 2tic. up.  wards, Call cariy and set the ehniee. Sale  begins Monday, Aug. 12-th. more on  Macktnzie Avenue.  MRS. C. TURNROSS.  Oscar Strauss,  MINING  CONTRACTOR,  CAMBORNE, B. C.  I.arKOiuifl Well i.ighled Henteil bv Hot Air and Kleotrlc  Sample looms  iiella and J.lghlin every room  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Ketisnntihle Kates   -^HOTBL  VIOTOHIAj^  JOHN.V. PKHKS. PuoritiKToit  Might Grill xtoo-ri iu t'Minei'tion for (lie Convenience of Guests  BL*t'wcei.*.il������iiu"l Station Ij^d^dQS'fe������^������ ,    Ho ^e  *r^4*^^4.4.^.I,^.1.^4,4..1.4.^^+4,4,.t4,i.4,4.^^4,^,},^^.j.4,.l.,I.^4,^i,.j,^^4,4.4.^4,^i.i.  fr *  fr  fr  ���������it  fr  <*  **  **  fr  Jt,  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  All kinds of mining contracts  taken and work executed in n .  workmanlike manner.  PRICES ON APPLICATION.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To J.S. Patterson and all others claiming  through 'him any interest in lhe claims  hereinafter mentioned:  Cmler the Mineral Act, 1897, and amendment*  ������������������t h ere..-,:��������� = = ������������������=���������=������������������������������������-��������� -  KOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN" that ive, F.  McCarty and If. J.Koiirne have performed all  thi* as������e*.sinentworlc ������n lhe Fairviev. llelelicr  Arabian, Victoria IV, Maple Leaf. Shamrock  and Mammoth mineral claims situate in  Ground Hofr Basin, In the Kevelstoke Milling  Pfvi'ion of West Kootenav, located in August  1S9-; and recorded at Kevelstoke on the :)rd  .-i-iiteinber. ISM. and that J. H. Patterson, the  n-i-orded owner of an interest in the said  mineral claims hai neglected to do or pay lo.*  hi������ Kh.ire of tin; a������?c*s*-ment work for the yoius  IhiO, 1'j-jO and ISO I, and that unless jald eharges  en* not paid within nlnetydays from the first  pnblir-ation ol thl< notice, we shall pron-ed to  i*.-.-ord mid dr*|ini)ii'*nl interest as provided uy  Section II of the Mlnoral Act Amondmont Act,  1030.  IiiUimI ai Ki'ioNl'/Wc,  ���������^���������pI'Miiber, V.")f.  li.C ,  this Illl day of  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day. "  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone  '��������� Prop  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  New Schedule  Effective October"), 1901.  Co-Owners  f F. McCarty,  '( H. J. Bournk  an* ���������  Triune's Closing Shipment.  Another 20-ton of Triune ore is  nearly ready for xhipment, and thn  miners nre still working, though the  snow may drive them down the; hill at  any time. S. D,-iney'������ pack train is  plying between the mine and Ten-Mile  daily, 'keeping close up to thc ore  fuickors. A second cabin has been  completed and everything will he  made ready for nn early start next  se.Lson, when tlie commencement of  the long base tunnel will * be the first  thing on the program. The Eagle  feels wife in assorting that the Triune  mine is one of the richest and biggest  silver-lead propositions ever unearthed  in America. Time, development and  smelter returns will substantiate this  assertion ere another two years. ���������  Lai-'leau Eagle.  Notice to Co-Owners.  TO UlfJM.1I> MCDUMMII).  Under Mineral Act 189? and amend men <*���������  thereto, nolle*! 1." hereby kIven ilititu-. I.ou!.*e  ��������� .pontine CJraham and 'Ins I.-.ind. have performed all the asscument work on the ������������������Golden  Ea-fle" mineral claim, situated on the divide  V-l-.K'on Krcnch and McCuIIopIc Creek*., at the  h.-ad ������f riroimd Hose Banin in lhe 111*? IS<-nd  ['���������strict of We-t Kootenay, located 101b Sep.  -.'���������mber, Wif, and recorded 21 September, 1������>5  nnd that Klchard McWarmld the recorded  owner of one-half 'interest in "aid mineral  claim lias ncjtlcuted to do his share of the  work or to tiny loi same for the yearn lSfOi, 18W.  irsji; and 1901. Notice i-i hereby given to the  .������������������.Id Pichard McWarmld that unleis said  charce" arc paid within ninety days of the  first publication of tbis notice we shall proceed  to record said delinquent Interest as provided  by section 11 of the "Mineral Act Amendment  Act, lfjfA"  Dated at Revelstoke, ft. C, Gth Aiigust, ISOI.  I.. //. OKAIIAM,  tints Lcxo.  EASTB0RND  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  Co-o-.viiers  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  RKAI.ED TENDERS will be received by the  iinderslKned up to noon on THURSDAY, Oct.  mth, for the construction complete of the  Itevelntoko Hospital, ai per plans and ipeclll-  cationi on view at Customs' Ollice, Uovel.itokc.  Lowest or any tenilcr not necesiiarily  accepted. b. R. ATKINS.  Hon. Scc.-Treas.  Revelstoke, Sept. 2-lth, 1901. *������-  WANTED,  A situation by ������ young  girl  In   n private  lamlly.   Apply at the JIekaU) oflice.  Passengers booked lo all  Eastern, Canadian antl U.S.  Points.  Bertcs reserved on Atlantic  Steamers for passengers to  the Old Country.  Direct Steamer Service from  Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full   information and illustrated  pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,  . Agent  Revelitok*.  J, B. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  VaneOUTW.  Columbia  Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.   A good Bar, well supplied with  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  f  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ****************************************************  Free Bus Meets AH Trains.  :     Props.  Brown <& Pool  mB^mmmmm'MM.mm  Wholesale.and Retail Dealers.  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.    -Ml)������TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND ,GAME IN SEASON.  P. 0. BOX 700  The Prospectors' Exchange  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  Ciold, Silver Lead and Copper Minos wanted at the CS^Exchangc.  l*'ree Milling Gold Properties wanted a: once for Eastern Investors.  Panics having mining* property for sale arc requested to send samples of their ore  to the Kxi'litingc for inhibition.  All sain,iles should be sent by express Prepaid. Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to  1P%T  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,        Nelson, b.c,  If. O. PaRSON, President.  M.J. O'llRIEN', Managing Director  lie 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.  T r  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  A Challenge  We challenge anyone ih  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.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. BlJ Paget, Prop.  I'rompt delivery of parcclB, baggage, etc.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken'  AU orders left at R. M. Smythe'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....  AH orders promptly ������lled.  riUKMI  -ijsm /  $  Incorporated under the Laws of British Columbia  Capital: $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares,  Par Value $1 Each.  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NO PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  Camhourne Group, 9 Claims.   Oyster Gp., 6 Claims  Located in thc Free Gold Fish  River Camp, Lardeau Mining Division,  British Columbia.  Large Ve  *���������  IS  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Cents Per Share.  In view ofthe splendid showings of bolh high and low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for thc economical  developing and working ofthe properties, it is confidently expected -that, not onlv .will the present issue of stock be sold  quickly, but no more will be offered.at less than par.  Address all inquiries for information, or  applications for stock to  %& m    mJPm  Andrew F,  SECRETARY.  Official Broker,  Revelstoke, B. 0.  P. O. BOX 700, NELSON, B.C.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.*  Is in a position to give as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia. Write for Samples oi Printing. All work  turned out promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  "considerationr^ Special^^  by mail.  Is equipped with the lafDest faces in type designs  and all work entrusted to THE HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  disposal. THE HEH ALD does not claim to be the  only printing hous) in tie district) but it does  claim to be  Li  It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does more business with those  requiring Printed Stationery and office supplies  than any other Printing Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the "large cities by much larger  Printeries.  i A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  JM. SCOTT   R A., I.L.B.  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Noti ry   Public.  McKenzie Avenue, lievelstoke .-Station.  Money to loan.  Et������.  H  AttVKY, M'CARTEIt it PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Ktc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Company funds to loan ut 8 percent.  Fiiust Stueet, Kevelstoke Station, li. C.  CHURCHES  METHODIST CHURCH, KKVEI.STOKK.  Preaching services at 11 n. in. anil 7:110 p. m  Class meet!in, at the close ol tins inornlnu  service. Subbatli School and Bible Class at 11:30  Weekly * Pravcr Meetiiif every Wednesday  evening at 7:111). The public aro cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Kev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  st. ri'TEit s tinmen, Anglican.  Ei(.ht a.m., Holy l'.nchariit; 11 a.m., matins,  ..itany and sermon (Holy Kucharist Ilrst  dav in ilie month);  :ilo  Sun-  -Hinday   school, or  children's service: 7:'.10 Evensong (choral) and  sermon.   Holy Dnys���������The Holy  l'.uchiirlst is  clchratcdat 7 a.m. orS a.m , a*, aniioiiuced.'  Holy Duptlsm after Sunday School at.1:15.  u. a. I'liocUNiKii, Hector.  l'ltESIlYTIIHIAK  CHURCH.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:110 p.m.  to which all arc welcome. Prayer meeting at  8 p. in. every Wednesday.  rev. w. c. Cai-deii, Pastor.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mass   at 10:110 u. in.,  on   Ilrst,  second and  fourth Sundays in the inontli.  REV.   FATHER   THAYER.  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting every night In llieir Hall an Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets everv Wedni-sdav in  Oddfellows' Hull mISd'HocU  Vi.*,iliii}$ Knight m invited,  L. Ii. Buck, G. (J.    :    :    :   :    :   :  K.H. 13. Law-is, K. m-'lJ.&S.  OVAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658  Kegular nicollngs aro held In thr  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each monlh, at S p.m, sharp.  Visiting brctlueu cordially Invited  THOS. STKllI), W.M  W. 0. DIltNKV, Kcc.-Seo.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  oAND AS3AYER.  Roval School of lllncs, London.    Seven ycurf  at 'Morfa  Works,   Swansea.     17   years   Oliiel  Chemist  to Wigan  Cloal mid  Iron Co.,   Bug  Late (.liemisl, and A-isaver, Hall Mines, Lu\.  Claims examined and reported upon.  (Ferguson. B.C.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdavs of each mouth; White Rose Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, In Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON, HY. EDWARDS,  President. Secretary.  H. EDWARDS'  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc.'. MOUNTED, .  Furs Cleaned and Pe.-aircd.  ���������JUST EAST OP PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH!  Third Street.  Certificate of Improvements  The President of the Syndicate  Which Owns the Camborne  and Oyster Gives Some Impressions of B. C.  The Nelson Jlincr says: A. J. .Scott,  of Hancock, -Mich., presidnnt of tho  North western Development Syndicate,  who has lieen in Nelson for the last,  two days leaves for the Lardeau this  morning, where he will spend a week  luoking over the properties of tlie  compnny. anil incidentally enjoying 11  little shoolitig. Mr. Scott states that  the shareholders in Michigan in the  syndicate had been much interested in  the samples of ore and description of  the properties sent them, so much so  that he had been sent out to inspect  the properties thoroughly and take  back more samples for assaying at the  Scliool of Mines, which wus situated  at Houghton, Mich.,, across Portage  lake from Hancock.  Mr. Scott was much impressed with  the country, which he believes  within  tho   next   twenty   years   will   be the  leading mining country of   tho world.  He had been struck with the immense  amount  of   territory   which   was   *������o  richly mineralized   in   British Columbia.     In   .Michigan   the copper mines  were confined to one large lode   which  was about one hundred and fifty inl"es  long by from half a   mile   to   a   mile  wide.      Jn   this   belt wore many rich  veins   of  cupper,    but   veins    which  needed uiiornionsly   expensive   operations, a.s compared with   the   averr-ge  mining proportic**, of thin   country   to  develop.      Mining   in   Michigan practically .started about  I80O.     The   beit  mentioned   was   on   the   west side of  ICewauee Point,  a   long   spit   01 land  extending inlo Lake Superior.     Theii:  aro ".I   mines   in   operation o������   which  tho Calumet. Quincy and the Taiuaiuo  are among the principal.    The aver.-ige  depih ai which these mines are worked is fj.UOO feel, although thc   Calumet  had paid from the surface.    On others  of lhc mines it has  been   necessary to  attain groat depth before   paying   on*  was   reached.      The   capitalisation <>C  all of tho companies ran well up   into  the millions,   which   wa.s made necessary by the expensive character of the  mining.     The vefns   were   gcncrally  from 10 to 15 feet wide,   carry   native  copper   with   a,   littlo    native   silver.  Tlie metals   were   pure,   not   needing  any refining proceses.     la most of the  mines a couple of boys   were   kept to  pick   out   the   pie'ees of silver,  whicli  average about $200 or $300 per month.  On the  Calumet   the   present   lowest  level   worked  was   5,500   feet   and a  large number of workings   are   below  tho mile level.     The   vein has a regular dip of 35 degrees to the west.     Ore  which was one and a half   or. two per  cent,   copper  was    considered   good.  Mr. Scott said" that   one  reason   why  thc people   in   his   vicinity   were   so ���������  much   interested   in    the    Camborne  properties was because they were free  gold, and  as   such   the   processes   to  some degree were akin to   those tused  iu the mines at home.  - He   had been  much surprised to note the large number   of   nrners   from .Michigan   who  were working   throughout,   not   only  British   Columbia   but   Montana.and  Washington as well, and said that the  Michigan mines   had   evidently   been  the school in which a majority of them  had learned the trade.  NOTICE.  "O.K." Mineral Claim, 'Situate in the  Revel-stoke Mining Division o������ West ICootenay  District: . ,  Where located:���������In" Ground Hog Basin, on,  McCullongh Creek.  AKE NOTICE that I, Charles? F. Undmnrk  ��������� / Revelstoke,Free Miner's Certilicate No. II  . 9(10, intend, sixty days from the date liereoi,-  apply to the .Mining Recorder for a C'ertifi-  nte  ol Improvements,   for    llio purpose  ol  obtaining a Crown Grant of the ahove claim.  Ana further take notice that action under  Section '.'.'. must be commenced before the  issuance of .such Certificate 01   Improvements.  ���������Dated this Sth day of August, A.D., l'JOl.  Auir l-'Jin. CIi'aF. !���������-. I.IXI1.MAI1K  Certificate   r-f lmpiov.-"Zirp"  NOTICE.  Cold Hill \Ti::er.il ('lain*, sil'ial* In the  l.civl-ti l:c Mining I Iv -ion 01 IC'.ileiiav llli-  irlul.  Where Located: In Urooud IIo^-Mlirtsin, on  .M'-('iillnii|.li ('reck.  MAKi; NOTICI*: Hint I, ':. l\. llxxxtxi; !-rce  .'.Unci's Ceitiin������������������Hi* Su. I'., ...iH,*, i:i:*.M���������l, !.,Aiy  ilnjs from li..- dale Iilicii. id ,i|.plv In llie  .Mlninj; l<i.i*..nliM* for a c.-i ililcnii. nl l'm**n*v-  iiitinis, for Iho |mii'|i'.-.i. nf obtaining 11 t-roivn  Cram of Ihe .ioi>ve claim.  Ami further liik-c noilce tlmt acllon, uml,'-  Rei'ilon  '���������'���������', mo*-!   In* 1 ij.nmi.-iicu 1  before    mi*  i-iMllllH'C 111 Mlcll I'lli'lllli II tit Of   Jlll|ir>.VL'll.eilt-.  Dated this Ith day of t-oplciiihiT, lifcil.  Oct. Jl���������tf  AND OYSTER  Contracts let for Work on These  Two Banner Properties of the  Fish River Free Milling  Gold  ^.Belt.^-^-^-^. . . ��������� - ..----  ���������Shoemaker   Business  For Sale.  SHOP AND STOCK CHEAP.  To be (-old hy October liuih.  D.  JENKINS.  The whole ol the stock or part to suit  purchasers will he sold.  BEMBMBEB! J������  , to  OUR GRAND Gsjj  Fall Millinery Opening gg  THURSDAY. 1  FRIDAY and     i  SATURDAY   I  OF   THIS   WEEK   IN   OUR   NEW   ry������  STORE, LAWSON'S OLD STAND.      *>g  Misses Shepard & Bell g$  McKenzie Avenue      oc'.i3      g^J,  A.    F.    Rii-i,iilii*!)������*'i     !���������'���������   >  i-^J    *.'.  ���������.'vi.iiHi"_r io llu* ciiy rum   '.' ���������    L--'iii   *.  wlr ���������,���������!��������� lit' I-.:.- I*: .j.i -n;- :":!'   -  ii1.,;  rt  i'ji '.an.; -;|) n.  .'    i -.   *.=  (  C'.l'.l'i JV     -:,*llp-    ���������'���������':'���������     "*  l\i    . v*.. ii< i y ii 11   ��������� :i ..��������� - ,    ��������� -*  i- .t\--. I   i' :t I if iy lnoi  ��������� ;      ��������� ��������� "    -  I'l.'oL   ili.ii'i    ou   ,l!if    I'liiii... .    ���������.  Ii-iilditii; i'*' -i.vi'r i! i 'itnii-     *  m1' lilt* lllill.'l.- tlii*. Ilfi-Il   i * *.  .d-.ii v.n imi-uihel- itiipiiikr. .    .  ii   is   ii>tended   to pf'SciMii*     i.   -  '  incut,   woik     vi*joioii-ily   doim.r    -li  coiuiii'j   winter.     Duiinir  .Mi*.  K ��������� ���������  hei-tir-i's st. iy :it ilie c uii'l 't xiiil:*.*  ���������'  tv.'O fool btreiiiv of I hi' i'i!i. -!   ��������� 1 -���������      i*  found in tin* Ij'trili'uii v,-n*, m.i.l.-   ���������,   .li.  centre of ,i leu fo* t leilfji* on iii*    C  i. -  home,    The ore is fi't>t_iiii(li:i.r sn.Ul -m".  the fiold on   llii.i   pji liciil.n' .*:lieiik  i*.  u.sUeinely   comst*.  occiiri'iii*;  in     i.iir  sized nuggets.    The test of lhc  iril-j:-  run S10. Ji is noi known yel wh.n   the  bhoot will average.     Ile bi ought down  sever.il fine samples.���������Nelson Miner.  The Job He Preferred.  Just after the fall of Bloemfortein  soldiers were called for, owing to the  scarcity of civilians, to work the railway. The weary men weie lying in  camp one night after a hard day's  work, when a sergeant called out:  "Any of you men want to put your  names down - as railway porters,  drivers, stokers, or for any other appointment connected wilh the railway ?"  The silence was broken only by  snores. Then one Tommy slowly  raised his head aud drowsily muttered:  "Put ine down as a sleeper."���������London Spare Moments.  Job printing is the Herald's  specialty. The best equipped office  and most experienced workmen in the  district. Stock the best. Office  stationery the best. ���������������������������*H*+*H**l**|.i_c.**++*+*4.<..H*+*l!*l������l.**  ���������* *  +  f  CHINA  :ini! ;i lot of Beautiful dishes  '��������� JAPANESE," have just  heen opened up at  Canada Drug & Book Co  REVELSTOKE.  f  fr  ���������i'i'**********.************  Japacese Napkins always in  stock���������35c. per hundred.  Notes of News.  W. 13. Pool came up from the. south  last night.  ���������Call and see our beautiful Dining  IC00111 Suits. Ut'vwlsloke Furniture (Jo.  Aid. Wood, of Vancouver is visiting  lown today,  ���������Spanish Peanut tally, JCie. lh.. at  Hew'* Drug Store.  Mit.s Nellie Dunne ret.uruvil from a  visit to .Maple Creek on Sunday.  Next, Sunday the annual harvest  festival will h������* held in St. Peli'i-'.H  ahurch.  W.T. D.iK.011, the nrchitoct or the  Queen Victoria Hospital, arrived in  town ou Sunday.  The concentrator at |Luurie is now  being torn down and will be shipped to  the Payne mine at Sandon.  T. IS, Uaker, accountant, of thu local  branch of the Imperial Bank returned  from his holiday on .Sunday.  The Mining Recorder and Const.  Upper are making the fall round  about.    Three liueks is the note.  Wright Porrilt. the photographer,  leaves in the inorninj.* for Laurie on  business aud will return on Saturday  evening.  tieo. S. MeCarter le?L on Sunday on  atrip east. He will visit his old home  at, St. Thomas, Out., and intends Lu  take in thc Pan.Aiiierican before returning.  ��������� If you are passing the Canada  Drug it Book Co's. just drop in and see  the nice selection of Japanese Dishes,  Cups and Saucers jusit opened up.  They are pretty.  Advertise in the IJishai.ij, i'. readier  the buying public. Our circulation  among the railway employes is 11 big  one. Published twice a week, 101  issues every year.  John Samson is continuing the'alter-  ations 011 his block on Second streel.  The grocery stock will be moved into  the store next door east, While the  present grocery store is receiving the  necessary improvements.  ���������The ladies of lievelstoke will be  pleased to know lhat Mail ame Mackenzie will be in town about the 17th  inst. to give lessons in embroidery,  point lace and olher kinds of fancy  work.  The Bishop of Newcastle-on-Tyne in  England went through on Tuesday  morning from attending the conference of t.he Episcopalian church in  San Francisco, as a delegate from the  mother church of England.  ���������We always try to get the very-  latest in ladivs' purses and gent's  pocket books. We have just opened  a new supply. Call and see them at  the Canada Drug & Book Co.  The Messrs Kennedy Bros., returned  to town on Sunday evening froni  Ferguson. They were employed on  theMetiopolitan group on the north  fork or the Lardeau all summer. The  Metropolitan Co. have ceased opera-  lions for the winter.   c  Capt. Graburn of Winnipeg, assisted  Uev. C. A. Procunier in theservic.es at  St. Peter's on Suuday. He also addressed Lhe Sunday school, being, as  lie told them, a Sunday school superin-  ~teiidenrof~2.)~year's~standmgr" The-  onngregation of St.' Peter's were  pleased lo have the captain with them  011 Sunday.  ���������The post otlice has moved, but we  have not. You will always find us  well stocked with all kinds of Drugs,  Patent Medicines, Photographic Goods  and Chemicals at the Camilla Drug Si  Book Co'?., Revelstoke. B.C.  It has long been felt that a serious  defect in the attractions nf lievektokc  as a tourist resort wa* an echo. One  was discovered by the city clerk on  Sunday on the beach below Smelter  lioint. A cornet or bugle played  there \voi-'d produce a. wonderful  effect..  Thos. Taylor, M. P. P., was in town  yesterday; He left this morning to  pay a visit to Fire Valley, a remote  .section of his constituency, but one in  which settlement is lapidly incto:ising  and a district of considerable agricultural importance. The Kdgwoit.h  Dairy Co. is a syndicate, which is  clearing 210 acres, of land in the valley,  with the intention to sLocking a big  dairy farm there to supply the lower  country with ils produce.  J. C!uy Barber shewed the IIkiiai.h  a magnificent gold bracelet manufactured entirely out of Big Bend gold  at his jewelry store, which the Indie.*,  of Lhe Hospital Aid Society intend to  present to Lady Minto. The main  feature of the bracelet is a large nugget, valued at $25 which is suspended  between two smaller ones on a chain  of large links of Big Bend gold. The  ornament is quite unique in design  and artistically finished and will furnish her ladyship with i' most appropriate souvenir of the Kevelstoke  cottage hospital, as well as a* token of  the esteem with which the ladies of  R-avelstoke regard her.  *'1~���������-���������---*r~^-~wn-wr'~'rr-r<ir���������'        '" Ml  1    EnJ^  40c:  :o  Oc.  :60c.  is & Steed, - Agents  j������-ttS������ UNION ������BSft-j  Ip). Cigar   Factory   <������j)  UICVKLSTOKK,    U.C.  m H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  All sorts and conditions of  men require all sorts and  conditions of medicine. We  have the very best for eacli  man's need. The weather  necessitates attention to the  health, and many simple  remedies there arc which we  can give you, saving- you,  perhaps, a severe illness.  G. F. CURTIS,  TAYI.OK BLOCK.  The Druggist.  .McKeii/.Ie Avc  ���������A fine assortment in every line of  furniture.    Kevelstoke 1'iirniliire Co.  ���������Chocolate and MapleNut. Puddings  ���������Wc. Ib., at Bew's Drug Store.  ���������(Jail and see oiir line line of I'x-  tjnsiou tables. Kevelstoke Furniture  Co,  As the Hi*:i!Al.I) has already mentioned once Thanksgiving Day this  year is seL for Nov. 2Sl h.  Tne Imperial Bank will open up for  business al, Ferguson just, as soon as  supplies for the bank are on thc  ground.  A break in liw coupling chain  between two of thu cars, held the No  2 "nl the station this morning for  nearly an hour.  The Busy Bees society of the  Methodist church will give a ten cent  tea nl. Mrs. U. F. Lindinark's residence  on Thursday. Oct. 21th from '1 lo 3  p. in.  D. McOarLhy, the well known contractor, has been luid up at his rt'si  deuce for this past few days wiLh a  seveie attack of lumbago.  A contribution i.f Slti.";") laised  among the ollice.'**. and crew of Ihe s. s.  Minto was brought in by .Mrs. McCarty  and added to Lhe .Arrowhead contribution to the new hopital.  POLICE COURT.  |r.i-.i-"i'n.i*: .1. ii. siiui.w.o. ij. m.)  Two cases came up thi.s morning.  .1. F. Mcl.eod was charged with  receiving brass and copper pipe, the  property of the C. P. K.. knowing it to  be stolen and Ah Sing, a Chinaman,  better known as "Two Bits." with  stealing it. J. M. Scott appeared for  the prosecution.  Both prisoners elected to be tried by  the magistrate... Ah Sing's guilt was  soon clearly proved. He had a pre-  -vious-eorivic-tiori-fui*-tiii-fl^ii_;iiiri>-l���������hiin-  and was sentenced to two years in  Kamloops  jail.  In the other case the brt������.ss and  copper was proved to belong to the C.  P. li. and tliere was no attempt made*  to duny that .McLeod bought it from  Ah Sing al P. cents a lh. for thc brass  and two cents for tho copper. The  defence was Lhat .McLeod had bought  thc goods believing Ah Sing's story  thai* he had picked up the bras> on lhe  old Mueller ground and thr coppc  pipe on t.he site nf Kobinson's burnt  mill.  The ciim* was adjounn*il  till 2  p.   in.  Ladies Hospital Aid Society.  The executive lomniitlcc of the  La.lies Aid Hospital Society appointed  nt Lhe annual meeting ot the Honpit-il  Association held lost August are  desirous of forming 11 regular a."*ocia-  tion and invite cvrry lailv in Revelstoke. who wishes ro aid in the work  of I.he hospilal to hand in her name  In Ihesecrelary of Lhe -ociety. Mis.  W. M. Liwrencc. A meeting will be  held shortly nl which 11 plan of enlei-,  t limiii-nts for Lhe coming winter in aid  of the hospital will be decided upon.  ;argains  REAL ESTATE  -Upon Easy Terms.  *=;>.       GoodI House of Five Koonifi lunl I.oi (specially l'iiihI terms, nn    ,*.___.  g������) .Second Slrecl, hnst ol Mackenzie Avenue . T......:.���������. ..    $750  it.  Ncw,u^?^^x!{^^xxV!A^n.!'T'm T,,,r" *"���������"���������  $1,800  Wh      Good1 Houso and Lot (=.. x l.Mi).   llnllirnnm,   lili-Wrir l.lulu     _������._,   _,_.._  W                 l'-lc, mi I'lr.M .Street, neur Muckem-ic Avenue             h    '   $1,500  ((������))      1���������'������������w  m  H)  -in  #  <H)  Eig-ht-Roomod Houso. Stone FiiiuiiliitlniHiuiilTwnUiis nu    ,*..   ��������� ^���������.  Second Street, neur New l'.i*.(oHice*-i,*ooil speiMiliiiu-Vo."!    $1 ,200  IP  w>  H)  *!������  (������������  i������)  (||  *|������)  (US)  A ^r^ii^^i^^^^^i.^^;;-'^^;^-' ">������-������"���������  .���������������,.   #>  A Good Farm neur Stiluion Arm Sliillon,���������very chenp.  The  Smelter  Towns  Is without question the very   best portion of  Revelsloke Citv.  m  I rXJ������-TXJQJEli   &&   G-iEQiRiQ-E,   Mackenzie Ave.  I^rent Chances of Fine Bargains !  Right glad am I to see !  veralls and Jumpers,  otning Cheap to me.  specially pleased to get  easonable Prices  n Clothing, itats, Boots and Shoes,  verything that nice is.  0 shall we endeavor to hold our present customers and get more by keeping in stock the  finest and newest lines of Dress Goods, Union  Made Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Inlaid Linoleum,  Floor Cloth, Hats and Caps, Curtains ; everything  in the Furnishing Lines.  H T-A-ITIjOJE-I.   &   C3-EOI^C3-E,   Mackenzie Ave.  w  Wake Up  AND  SRR TIIK MAKf-'AINS AT  CillY UAKHKK'S  IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  18** Rodgers Bros.' Fiat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  (JP I'or the bulimee of this yi-in* we have   made   liilerestliiL*    I'ri.-os   mi  I nm      (?<^  i '  m  W.    Real Estaie, Insurance & Financial Agents, Revelstoke     (i)  THE LARDEAU  TREASURE  BABY'S   OWN  I COUGH SYRUP  ."I'ECIAM.Y TOU CHIJ.DKKN-  EASV TO TAKK.  Affords   marvellous  aiul  prompt  relief.  Try a Bottle for 25c.  W. Bews.    Phm. B.  BKOWN BLOCK.  TKL. 48.  Noted Miniug Expert Comments  On Over Modesty of British  Columbians.  "The L.ti'deaii is ono of the hij<lu>st,  gniile otis tlisti'ii'ls in lhu Norlh west,'  w:is lhe siulenitint untile lo the Van*  uiiuvei' World liy .1. T. Vutif;l.iin Uliys,  mining expert. "On my wny from  llhiii'inoic I slopped for it i-horl linie  nt ioine of lhe ciiiiips'in tluil distnot,  mul 1 wus surprisi'd .-it the richness of  the ore. Then. Nature lias coneen-  tiatec'the >ilver, which i.s the reason  lhe deposits are. not no very lurpe, hut  thi.s is far hetter than hu^e low Ri-ade  propositions. There ure. numerous  small ore bodies sufliciently high grade,  to enable mule shipments to he made  right from the heginning of thu work  of development.  "The .Silver Cup. Nettie 1., and Triune, the mines lhat; made the camp,  are still developed nt, a i-nnsiderahle  profit, and some of the returns which  are made would open the eyes of many  who have no idea of what the interior  of this province contains. Kast Koote-  n������y is"anolln*i* district where ricli oru^  deposits exist, of which coinpaiatively  lillle is heard.  '���������I tell you." Mr. Khyi; remarked,  "tin* people in K.-iiihh (Jolumlil.-i are  rnlircly loo modest, and do not toot  their own hoi ns loud enough. Whv,  I have seen mineral camps in Idaho,  nut one-half as good .-!.*> lhree-(|iiartcr.s  of what 1 know to he located in the  inlerioi* nt the piovir.ee, lilown up to  the skies. m> lo ipeak. hy tin: owners  and the people, and the re.Mili, has lieen  thnt. then* mines an* developed lo  then* extreme limil, and small towns  nre clustried around.  "There is aho more railway building  going on lban is known. The C. I'.  P.. i.s extending ils i-aiiiificiiliiiii-i iniu  nil pails of the ininei al district'*, aud  the (treat Northern Irnes arc gradually  reaching past the border and lapping  the bent pi-i-tiim*- of the country.  Kveryihing i-nn-mlined. I think ihe  outlook is very favorable."  Northwestern Syndicate. ���������  A. F. ftr.'-ieiiberger iicr-oinpanied by  A. J. Kcott president, and .J. (.'. ('tofts  of Nelson, one. of the director* nf the  .Vort.hwe>i':rn Development .Syndicate,  went into Camborne on .Saturday to  inspect the Camborne and Oynter  group* of free milling gold quart/,  claims, which arcs the property of the  nyndieate. They paid a visit  to town last niglit. The irxi.ul  fii-vin-able reports continue to be  received from their properties.  Bnnkhotises are being erected and  preparations made to push work on  the Goldfinch, the banner claini, of the  Camborne group this winter. Contracts have bejen let for two 50 foot  shafts on the Oyster group. The  directors of the syndicate havo dacided  not to sell mon* than 2C0.C00 shares of  their stock at 50 cents. The next  block will be put on the market"'at  }>a r.  A Lively Winter Ahead   of the  Fish   River Camp.���������Waggon  'Road   Completed   and   Communication with the Landing  -Established..-  Ca.mhoi.ni_, Oct. 12���������The prospects  lor the winter iu this camp are good.  There will he several more propetvics  working before . the end o.' the year  and several contracts will be let. The  Beatrice intends to ship again this  winter and supplies are now being  packed up with this object in' view.  Another contract has aiso just been  let on the Wide Went.  .The waggon' road to the Landing  will be completed in a, few more days  and waggons are already running into  town.  Messrs. "Walters and Adams of Vancouver; are in the cimp with J.A.gDui*-  I'iigh looking over several properties'  -Mr. and Mrs. Fritz have taken over  the hoarding of thc men at, the Goldfinch. The cabins on the property are  being vugheJ_ah(_ud___by_J��������� Jincst-.^-yrlio  has the contract for putting them up.  Cariboo and goat are plentiful in lhe  hills round Cainh'orno and tliere. is an  abundance of venison in town.  &<r->a-*-&-a--<fjr<4i*&4r-&4r^  NOTARY  ������ PUBLIC,  7 *���������*   ������������������'  -A-G-IElSr T   FOK  RFAT   F������iTATP !f'- ''��������� 1!- '|'*'W.vsiti.:,  ET1VT ,t MPT A T     i Camilla lVniiaiii'iil A* WcMui'ii  rlrt/l.nLlAL-5       OuiiuIm MnrliruKi: Unrporuiloii.  < KqiiIiuIiIu .'iivinir.1 Uu.ii ami lluililiin; Assonlntlon.  TiVQTTD A TtJPn   I       ( Iinpurinl I'tn..      riiinrillnn l-'lre.      .Murciuilllu J'lr*.  Illi5Ul\.A.llLK    !        jUiiiiHilliiii l.'lre.       Ciili-iloiiiiin Kire.  t Cniifeili'i-iilliui I,ifi*.      Atlas l-'ln*.  COAL KOlt SALr*:. .11OUH10S FOU SALU A NO UliNT.  Address |?evelstnke Station.  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  i*  TX3IE3   PERFECT   DRESS  Many men have many  minds in the matter of dress  ���������but thc dictates of fashion  must be considered.  We make the clothes yoit  want, correct in slyle, of the  best material, ancl in a faultless manner.  There's real distinctiveness in "the garments we  make.  Our stock is the largest  and best assorted in thc city.  w  <If������)  Vour Patronage Solicited   J".    B,   ORIESSIM:^. 3ST,  lhc Art Tailor,* Mackenzie Ave.  ���������lob printing is i.he IIijh.m.hV  specialty. The best eipiipped ollice  and most experienced workmen in lhe  district. .Stock the best. Ollice  stationery the best.  Lauder's Bakery  )"f.r evcrylliliii. Vrcsh ami New  FI'.IMT CAKH MAI>i:iliA CAICI-;  hPONOB CAICK HCHTCII CAKK.  l.AIIV I'lNCKKSJ .MAOJAI'.DOXS  ..ri'.iivNTiir.S's luN.si.n itm.i.s  f'l-FF 1'A.STIIY I'I UK.  TA UTLKTS UU.-jKS for Iiifiinti  OUR SPECIAtTY^ DECORATED 0AKE8.  WH Alii-: 0PHN1N(3 UP OUJl SKCOND CAlt! Inn dav or  two we shall have overything in line, when we. shall ..bo pleased to  see you. Our goods have all been made to our order. Thev are not  ^) old warehouse worn goods that are shipped out here and palmed oil"  2g. as new���������the same as many goods that come out here, and sold at  w   millionaire prices.    WATCil THIS SPACE NUXT ISSUE!  REVELSTOKE  FURNITURE   CO'Y.  j|.HlKIMMHi,������..ii..J.������������r^CT������i.  THE  I ..Revelstoke Studio..  Will open in a few days.  A grand collection of  local views to choose  from.  WRIGHT PORRITT.  .i.*******************.^.^****  s>  I'rf-mjii ili-llvi'iy tn any imrtnf town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  9.  w  rmwr$mmmwMmm I  1 ..FALL MILLINERY.,  in now being shown in  onr new store, rawson's old stand ....  Millinery, Stumped Linen,  Cushion Tops, Barnard &  Armstrong's Siiks.  Misses  Sheppard and Bell  I PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & GiLMAN  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  ������   VAN.JOIIVKK, 1S.C.      Kstiililisheil 18110  g AS13AY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  g Te*it*i innile up in 2.0110Ibn.  *^ A ypuciiiliy innile of I'liuclong Sun,*ltf r  ������ I'lilin.  Si Siimplus fnun tho Interior bv inuil or  . ,\<. oxprvKs priimptly nttuniluil to.  ������) CorruhpiHiOuiicu soliciieil.  g VANCOUVER, B.C.  *****-*-*******************.}.  WANTED.  Wnntfil iminodlfitfilv a Cook anit Wniti*r  Wnuei t-'iO nml tJo rvspci'tivcly. Apply JI M  licciiANAs. I'i.-iiilr������i:oii Hotel, Camborne. oi'tOt  Z.OST.  A Flag���������Union Jack��������� from tbe Opera House  on or abnui January Had, 1901. The flag was  nsod for the decoration of the Opera House  for the Trainmen's Rill on N'e-sr Year's Eve.  Tlie finder will please ������������turn same to Herald  Oflice. Oct. ������-tf.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  NOTICK IS IlKP.KUVmVENMii pnrsimnco of  the Creditors' Trust 'Doeils Art, 11*01," tlua  John VIKeeni I'orkM.of lhe City of Itevoistokc,  In the l'rnvinee of Hrltlsh Ciiliiiiibin, Hotel  I'roprlulor, lins by ilocn, liunrlui;ilnte thu ltlth  iliiynf Oetiilji-r, A. II., UXJI, nsslijucil nil Ills  run! nnd personal properly, except ns therein  ineniloncil In John Drlnkwnier Slljbnld, ofthe  snid City of Hevelsloki*, fiuiiernl AkiiiiI, in  I rust for llie purpose of siil isfyl n*; rntubly unil  priiporiliiniitely mul witlioui. prelnilleo or  priority, ilie ereilliors of ine snid John Vincent I'eiks. tin* Assignor, and thc snid Trustci)  has lunlcrliikon the trnsi.*, cieiiled by lhu sniil  deed.  All nprxons liuvlii).; clalir.s iiisiilnst the snid  John Vincent i'erks nre reiiulri'd on or beforo  tlio tenth day of November, A. 11., null, tosend  to llinsuld Trustee full particulars ol the sumo  duly verllluil, together with the linrtleiilttrs of  she security, If nny, lield by them.  AND NOTICI-. IS 1IKKEI1Y GIVKN thnt  nfter the said tenth .Oay of November, 1901, tlio  snid Trustee will proceed to dlsiribute the  assets amoiiK tliosu creditors whoso clniins  hnve been lodged with him nntl that he will  not be responsible after said dute for the assets  so distributed, or any*part thereof, to nnv  person or persons, Arm' or corporation, o'f  whose debt or claim lie shall not then hnve  received notice.  A llcetini,' of the Creditors of the said John  Vincent l'erks will be held nt the ollice ol  John Drlnkiniter Sibbald, Kirst Street, Kevelstoke, llritish Columbia, on Snturdav, the  twenty-sixth day of October. A. I)., MOI,"nt the  hour of two o'clock in the afternoon.  linted at Itevclstoke, 11. c, this 12th day of  October, A. U., 1901.  J. M. SCOTT, Revelstoke, B. C.  Solicitor for the Trustee.  IHIOIMIIEC!   *3-K.O"W"3Sr  The very best on the market today,  including:'  Potatoes,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also first quality of well cured  Timothy Hay  Send orders for same to  8. D. CROWLE,  ReYelatoke, B. C.  ������������������Mrr-mrsi


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