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 fiyLL-rrsyy/ Aiyky^,  f  Vol    V.  No 79  REVELSTOKE B. C.     WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER 9, 1901,  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  (r*^****������y^<*c������^^^*<j^*^*^^*j^������  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  j^* REDUCTION ^ES  Now. in���������Big Stock of Ladies''"  and Chiidrens' Lisle, .Thread,  Cotton and Cashmere Hose.  . Also a big stock of ' Gents'  Hosier}- in . Silk, Cashmere,''  and Cotton, ^including the  celebrated Health Hose.  If you want a really nice  thing in these goods come  and examine our sftock.  PARASOLS  A few lines left which we are-  offering at a great   reduction. ���������  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  BtSE.  Don't forget, we cany the  Biggest Stock of Heavy Hardware in the City.'. It will pay  you lo get our Prices before  purchasing.  ������������������    ,  C.B. HUME  &C0  The Only Arch Representative  of the Industry of the Province in Vancouver���������Splendid  "Shewing of Minerals of North  Kootenay, which Attracted  Great Attention.  Juntas iu thu agricultural sot*l ions  of thu Dominion wi* read ul* arches of  grain, hay and even in onu instance of  apples lining erected on I liu occasion of  thu royal visit, so the chiuf idua whicli  tlie .Mayor in designing tl,e Kevclsloliu  arch nt Vancouver endeavored lo convey was that it was erected by a  mining community, au itiua which was  in complete accordance wilh lhe  suggestion made al lhe stiirl in thc  in vital ion extended hy lhe Vancouver  committee to erect an" arch there for  thu royal reception. Thu main  features, thu big map of the district,  the pictures of placer mining and  prospecting and last but not least tbe  splendid showing of mineral specimens  from the Big Bend and Tjiirdeau which  were arranged on shelves ou the front  of the two side supports of the struct*  ute all combined to tell tlie same tale.  Another feature of the decoration of  lhu arch,was thu throe noble cariboo  heads furnished by Mr. .Edwards,  which spoke volumes for tho game  resources of the district*. The Mayor  intended to have men got up a.s prospectors posed at the foot of lhe arch in  order still further to emphasize the  mining feature and to typify the  class fiom whose hard work and  enterprise the mineral wealth displayed above took its rise but he failed to  achieve this part of his desigu. Instead  hu secured three of the oldest timers  he coiild lay hands on in Vancouver  and took his stand wilh them on the  platforms at tbe base of I he arch to  represent lhe pioneers of Oiriboo, to  Whom this province owes the commencement of its history as a mineral  producer.  -The arch was greatly admired and  Revelstoke* has no reason' Lo be  ashamed of the way iu which the town  was represented, especially as if was  the only one in the province to respond  to the Vancouver couimiltee's'invila-  tioh*..;'Mayor"To'wrilcy si'tit time-to  request Mayor Brown to leave.tlie ore  for permanent exhibit in the new city  library, which is being erected -in  Vancouver, but his worship thought a  more advantageous use could be made  of it by leaving it with Messrs. Beattie  & Lembke, a firm of live 'mining  brokers, who promised to display it in  the windows of their office on Hasting  street, and who will be on hand all lhe  tone to answer inquiries about it.  THE GOLDBUG  An Extension of the Goldfinch  Ledge, Owned by Revelstoke  Citizens���������$2,000 Ore Near the  Surface.  Andy .Edgar' returned on Monday  .night_fro:n_Eish__Creek^_whei'e_:.he_=had  beeiV looking after some mining  interests. Mr. Edgar with Messrs. G.  W. Thomas, E. McAdam. D. McCarthy  M. Hume and others are lhe owners  ofthe Goldbug group, situated directly  opposite tlie Goldfinch and about three  quarters of a mile distant from it. The  new strike 011 tbe Goldfinch of iS2S,000  free gold ore has enthused the owners  of lhe Goldbug, who this summer  discovered the Goldfinch ledges on the  Sadie and Jacob's Ladder, two of tbe  claims in" the group, on whicli golil-  beariug quartz that would assay aliout,  $2,000 to tbe ton was found at a depth  oflS inches-on the ledge. The Plain  Bill the other claim in tiie Goldbug  group has just recently been purchased  and the ledge ou it has been traced  out. Although no great amount of  work has been done, it is <; ute evident  that the ledges from tlii- Camborne  group cross thu wholu griui.j of claims  on lhe Goldbug pioperty. On the  Goldfinch claim, of which I lie Goldhng  group is an extension, theie are nine  distinct ledges, all * c.mying high  values in gold. Tbe owners of the  Goldbug have already'discoverod some  ot' these ledges from \\ hich some  ���������splendid samples of ore has been taken  and npxt year a.tlinrough examination  of tfie property v\ill be made to determine the extent of these ore bodies.  The HKBAr.n believes that the owners  have a splendid mining property in  the best free milling gold camp on the  continent iind their friends in town  hope that they will reap a rich reward  from their enterprise.  Unexplored Placer Fields  Speaking lo the Hkrald the other  daya well known Uig Bend mining  man took occasion to remark how  vitally important it is that this place  should not slacken ils efforts to open  up the navigation of the Upper C-o'-  uinbia. lie pointed out that there  exists a stretch of seventy or eighty  miles of country Iyinjr right iu the line  of the strike of the big placer discover  ies of British Columbia, in between the  Big Uu 11 tl placers on Goldstream and  .Smith Creek and the placer fields of  Cariboo. This vast stretch of country  is entirely unexplored and it oilers as  promising a field tor the placer prospector ns any in the west. If easy  connections were made by steamer  between Smith Creek and Kevelstoke  it would not only vastly facilitate the  coiiduui of lhe operations now going  on on the Duquesne .Mining Co's. and  F. Midi rly \s pi'iipui'ticts iu thai camp,  hut would certainly tend to Jopen up  lhe totally unknown stretch of country  lying l.o lhe north west of lhe rivei* to  tlie prospector, with every probability  of big results.  Duquesne Mining Company  K. A. Bradley, manager of tbe  PuqucMiu Mining Co's. placer pro-  perl ie:. ou Smith Creek, came in on  Monday with .1. Scuiuls. The machinery is nil in place anil Raymond Allen  has made a reiniukahly good job of  the woodwork on the wheel and  olher portions of the plant. Mr.  Bradley, who has inspected a large  number of placer mining -pliuils in  Cariboo and olher camps in the  province, considers that his company  possesses on Smith Creek one ofthe  completcst and most up to date plants  iu B.C. There will be from 12 to 20  men working on the Blue Jay this  winter. Yesterday afternoon Mr.  Bradley received word that lhe capital  of the company had been raised at a  general meeting from $100,000 to  SI,000.000, which means that they  intend to largely extend tlie field of  their operations iu the Big Bend.  23 Thousand to the Ton.  The ore from the new strike on the  Camborne group reported in our last  issue gave a return of $23,000 to llie  ion. Already there are a number of  inquiries for stock in the Northwestern  Development Syndicate, the owners of  the property. J. D. Sibbald is the  oliicial broker of the company here.   ���������  Camborne's Chances Good.  In an interview with the Nelson  Miner Mr. Galliher said that while in  Ottawa* he urged the claims of Camborne to a postoflice and is inhopes  that the department will open one up  in there.- "    *      ���������      ' -    .   '  Archibald 3'. Scott, president'of -'tlie  Northwestern Development Syndicate  and a wealthy mining reiau of Hancock.  -Mich., is at Nelson on his way to  inspect lhe company's valuable froi -  milling gold properties���������the Camborne  and Oyster groups, Fish Creek.  Intend to Prosecute Development on Their Properties in  the Standard Basin all Winter.  The Price of Shares Taking  an Upward Trend. ��������� Other  Interesting Mining News.  II. "Wilcox and Alux. Mcintosh will  leave in a few days again for the  Standard group. The supplies aro  now all delivered for the winter's  work and development will bo carried  on all winter with an extra force of  men. The now strikes this fall on lhu  Iron Chest and Standard have utilised  a renewal of interest in the camp,  which continues to give indication.'*!  of thu biggest showing oi high grade  copper ore in the province. Jt is  likely at thu next ^meeting of tlio  directors of the Prince Mining and  Development Co. that the price of  shares will bo raised lo ."iO ct s. a uliarc,  a figure which is fully warranted hy  the big strikes made on the property  this year. The success of the Prince  Mining Co. means .a great, deal to this  city and the progress of the camp is  being watched with considerable interest by Kevelsioke citizens. A  splendid collection of copper ore from  the Standard, Commander find Iron  Chest claims on the .Standard Basin  property of the company bus been  placed in the cabinet in tho Hotel  Kevelstoke.  THE  Personal Paragraphs Pertain-  '" ing to Railway.Men Picked up  ��������� By the Herald.   .     .  A. Allan, chief despatcher at Cal-  ga'ry, has returned from a holiday trip  east.       ' ���������     . . ���������  -���������'.Sam McNamara. C. P. li. te!. graph  initiator at ISdmonLnii hasJ)������-|L_i]jU*uns-i  ferre'd to Moosejaw. *   -   ,-.-���������������������������.   '������������������  Five engines took' tbe royal train  and1 four the vice-regal pilot special op  the Big Hill from Field.  G. H. Cotterell, C. P. K. cily freight  agent at'Victoria has been  promoted  to be city freight agent at Vancouver.  .1. XV. Thompson. C. P. K. agent al  Macleod has returned from Letliliridgi*  where he had been in the hospital with  appendicitis.  The Imperial Limited will bu taken  oif at 21.01 next Sunday morning Ocl.  S'3l\\, and thc winter schedule will go  into ell'ect.  2,800 C. P. R. cars, with an average  capacity of 000 bush, apiece, are employed in moving the Manitoba and  Northwest wheat crop,  .1. Armstrong, locating engineer for  Mai'Kenzit* anil Mann' is ou an exploratory trip through the Saskatchewan valley between Kilinontuii and  Princo Albert.  The Carmen's schedulu on lite  weslurn division of the C. P. 11. went  into eli'oct on Oct. ist. The Pacific  division committee at Vancouver has  also just been granted a schedule.  A mistaken order to cross caiisod a  collision last Wednesday morning on  llu* Intercolonial near Tlmtl'oid,  i'i-sultitii:'iu the deaths of ICngineer  AI too, Fireman Dean and mail clerk  Michael Koy.  Telegraph Operator Fife has returned fiom a trip east to lake the dav  I rick at the C. P. lt. station, Macleod".  II. Wilson who relieved him. has left  for Cowley on tlie "Crow" to lake  charge as operator aud agent.  Thu O. P. R. have had Mr. James,  Palmer as a special agent visiting the  farming districts of the province with  regard lo freight rates on farm products. As a result of his report  material reductions will be made.  The C, N. R. have niade arrangements with the Northern Pacific to  haul fir lumber jfroin N.' P. coast  terminals to Winnipeg and other  points on lhe C. N. K. system at a  reduction of 10c. per 100 on present  rates.  Ilnnier Pinglc, ex-supeiinleiident of  tliu C. P. It. telegraph company in  Toronto was found dead on Sunday  morning in his boarding bouse in that  city. Tbe g-is was escaping from an  open jet. Pingle had been very dis-  pondeut of late.  As a result of thc .appointment, of  Hamilton Abbott, C. P. lt. agent al  Portland to lie agent at Victoria, .1. il.  .Johnson, the Tacoma agent gous to  Portland and Paul Thompson, assistant  agent at Tacoma, becomes agent at  that place.  \V. R. Mclnnes, assistant freight,  trallie manager of tlie C. P. R. lines  west, of AVinnipeg, and H. E. Jin;*  donald. general freight-agent on- the  JCootenay division returned through  here on, their way home from the  roast on Sunday morning. Mr. Mclnnes has been on a tour through  Seattle. Victoria. New Westminster  and olher points iu company willi Mr.  Peters.   ,  Tests to determine the value- of  operating'trains by telephone and  doing_other.s'ei'.v.icp_:now���������pi_jL'fi_i.'ijie>d_,.bx  tbe. telegraph are. being-.-made by  officers of the Santa Fe" system.' The  tests cover short distances and are for  the purposes of demonstrating to' just  .what extent the telephone may be  used in railroad work, either- its a  sulisl.itu'e in many ways for the  telegraph or as a supplement lo it.  LATEST NEWS  i:oj3.o.o:o:o;o:o:o:o:oxxoi):o o aoio  I  Our New Store is just about in shape to do  Business Properly after the hustle and  -i^orry-of^nioving'^of-oiir^FaH^and^Winter^  pryg'oods. This Season we have been very  careful in the selection of our Goods as to  Quality and Price, and that we have succeeded is evidenced by our rapidly increasing" trade in our New Store. The following'  are some of the new importations which  you are respectfully invited to inspect:  s3 New Furs, Jackets,,  to-Weap Skirts^   Cfos  's  Ian  9  21  Velvets-  and   Flannelettes,    Boots    smi  Furnishings, Tr links and Valises.  Shoes,   IVJen's  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.  2?   R EID & YO U N G. pass  Orders to. .....  7#Jjr^jxjj>j-jxr,j*jirjj^^  The  President's   Murder   Consigned    to     Oblivion.���������Royal  Visit to  Toronto.���������The Missionary and the Brigands.���������Big  Blaze in   Chicago.���������Kingston  Tailors on Strike.  Al.iiA.w, X. y. Oct.   I).���������The*   State  Supt.   of    prison     has   giwn   orders  that, Czolgosz, the murderer of   President McKinley, must bu the subject of  no notoriety wliile in   prison   wailing  electrocution.      He   must not bi* seen  and visitors are not permitted to enter  any part of   the  prison  where  know-  lcdgu might be gained of his   location.  Toi.onto,   Oct.   !)���������The   troops   arc  arriving   hourly   at  Toronto   for the  great   military-review-   to be held on  the occasion of lhe Duke's visit.     It is  expeuted to be thc   greatest   uiililary  event which has ever taken   place   in  Canada.     The   Duke   and Duchess of  Cornwall    lull  "Winnipeg  ��������� yesterday  and are   expected   to   reacli   Toronto  Thursday afternoon.  IjOSIjOS. Oct.0.���������Dr. Krausc. former  governor of Johannesburg, is on trial  iu London today charged with high  treason and inciting to murder. The  evidence shows that be urged the  ]5o.il' to shoot a Rritish lawyer and  break their oaths and kill the loyalists.  1 le -was a, go-bclweci! for the Transvaal and the Boer goverutnent in  Holland.  Sui'i.v, Oct. 9.���������United States State  department is actively endeavoring to  s-ive Miss Stone, lhc missionaiy  captured by bandits. Thu'government  will pay thu ransom and setlle with"  Tin key afterwards. The U. S. consul  and an envoy of the missionary society  ai'oivjre and -vvill follow Miss Stone'up  and deposit- a portion of the- ransom,  nearly half of-which has been sub-  si'i'ibed. %The Ju-igands have extended  ,the tjmefor payment fpi; one .month. ,  .'....Moscow, Oct. !).���������In Pavlenka, a  .town of .1000 people, 120 miles from  KharkofV, .���������*. quarrel between the  students and Orthodox church people  led to a free' light. '��������� The Russian  church was -wrecked and eighty people  wero killed. . ..-'-'  The journeymen tailors''at Kingston, Ontario, are oij strike for an  increase of wages and a dozen shops  Jire affected.  PASSES AWAY  One of the Finet Spirits in  Canadian Conservatism is lost  in the Great Orange Leader.  ToitONTO,   Oct.   0���������Hon. X.   Clarke  Wallac'cr-pifSsM "array' .ifTlOrlonlSlT  night at Woodbridge. Ont.  The Toronto Telegram of recent  date, commenting on Mv. Wallace's  illness, says:  "All Canada will follow with anxious  interest reports from the bedside of X.  Clarke Wallace, who is seriously ill at  Woodhridge. rX. Clarke Wallace has  a high place in the estimation of Canadians who know bow to prize patriotism untainted with selfish desire or  rabid party loyalty. From a persona  aud from a party standpoint Mr. Wallace has a record which must appeal  to all fail-minded men. Xo man iu  Canadian politics ha*; sacrificed more *  personal considerations for what be  deemed tin* pubic good. He has been  loyal to the Conservative party only  when party loyalty could serve those  public ideals which he has emphasized  in his political career. When public  inlerest was thre.iteiteil in. a great  issue' Mr. Wallace nobly renounced  both party '.-ind personal interests.  That act alone earned bim the high  respect of the best sentiment in Canada. The independence which the  member for West York asserted, in  1S-00 he consistently upheld in opposition. Mr. Wallace has had a long  career of public usefulness, and it is to  be hoped that he may be spared for  many years to continue ir. the service  of his countrw"  Notice  All members of the Loyal Orange  Association aie lequested to attend  a special meeting of L. O. L. Xo. 165S.  on Fiiday, Oct. 11, at S p. m. This  meeting is called for business in connection with the death of the late Hon.  X. C. Wallace, Grand Master o������ the  Association. ^ ^Mstolie %mU ami ^nitona  jilt's Journal,  1'iilill.slicil liy  T!ic Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Un.it-.sd Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  MiuiiiKiii!,' Ulrouior.  A Poini-Woeklv Joiiriint piiljll**'lii*il in llu'  Imori'suof tliu riillwnv iiii*ii. iniiilni*; men mul  liir-lm-*-*! iiu*n ������( llio West, linyi of 1'iililtviilliui  \V*.*iliii!*.iJiij'iuiil Siitnnlay.  AI)Vi:i!llSINll imti-s.  Display nits.,f 1.50 -ior ini'li; nlxxglr cnliunn,  ii tier inch when Inserti'il on title jinj-'t'  I.!.������������������{������ 1 nils., 10 cents nor ini.'li (mmr-iirlW) lim;  i.ir llrsl Insorltiin; rt roiui tor i-iioli iiililllliiniil  liiMTtinii. I.iteiiI notices in ui'iil-i per Iini' I'neh  ls-.ui*. }!lrlli, Man* lane* mul Ileal li -Soliee.**.  irec.  bl'lltt'llll-TION   I'.ATIM.  llvmallor carrier, S2 pur iitiiiiini; tl.-"' I'1''  six "months, strictly In ndvnncii.  OUT. JOll DKl'AI'.TMIl.N'T.  Isone of tlio host equipped prlntliitfOflW'Cs In  tin: \Ve*>taiid prepared in execute nil kind** nl  prlnliiiK fn lirsteluss stvlo nt lionc**.! prli'i-H.  One price to nil. No Job ion largo���������iioiii' ton  kiiuill���������forns. Mull orders promptly intended  tu.   Give ns ii trliil on yonr next order.  TO COI'.IU.SI'O.S'IlllNT'S.  We Invite correspondent'.! on nny snlijecl  of interest to llio Kcnonil public.. In nil case*,  lhu bona llile inline of llio writer must iiccihii-  pnny ninitiiscrlpl, but not necessiirlly for  publication.  Address nil eoiiiniiiiili'iitlons to tlie Mnnnner.  lake up with  thu   ineniber   for   Yule  Cariboo.     It   woi,ild   bu well to know  exactly what the plans of (lie   department of'I'ublii: Works with regard   to  (hi*, disposal ul'  this   sain   really   are.  This i.s a piece  of   information   which  nn doiibl, Mr. (iiiHihcr   i-.-i:i  givi* or .".l  iTll events iiblnin I'or it.*..    II i*. a vil.-illy  iii'ccssary piece of work lo lli'veli-lok",  which the depart tiionl is   iiiidci'l.-iking  in (his inslani'i' and llu* board of Iraih-  should show thai l>i*vi*^l:.l:e   is   alive  to the situation.      The   board   should  make known lo   lhe   goveriiineni   the  fact (hut in the inlevei'.ls   ol'   (he   cily  mul   dislricl    we   would   liku in know  what it, is intended In i!<>   nnd   ;il    llu*  sniiie   time   Ihnl    va*   .-1ipri-i-i:i 1 c   (lie  ni'.tioii uf I In* tlvpss rt :n'-:it in Inking  up  lhis work   of   Mii'niiris.'.ing for us the  great n.'tiural burrii'i'lo   (he   develop-  inenl of.Norl li Kuul i*:*.".;.' pi'esenlei  the Death Ibipid.*-.  it  |    ' SPACE RESERVED- _FOB  1  "I V  tf< *  ���������SPACE* RESERVED, FOR'     i  lv,  ������35  Tf 1  E"������ t'^^BVSSSHSgj  rilwrrii  ALL    I.IIOKE    UP.  NOTICE TO CO.UlKSl'O.Nbl'.NIS.  1,���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side of the pnpor only.  _!.���������Correspondence Cioiitnlning 'pcrMiniil  mutter must be signed with tlie proper iiiiini*  of the writer.  lj.~. CiltOGAN, Editor.  Wkijxkmij.w, Ocwmcit I), 11)01.  TIIE NEXT STEP.  Although   owing   In thu great steel  strike the launching of the s. s. Hevol-  sloke at Nakusp has suffered   a   series  of vexatious delays, yet, as wu   arc all  well aware  practically the question o?  the opening up of   thc   upper river as  far as Laporle as a trade route is  now  assured.    The boat is finished as far as  it    can    be.   completed    without   thc  machinery, which i.s on   the way. and  even if not available for use  this year  -will be launched as soon as navigation  is possihle early next season.      This is  a step in advance of   iuiinunse importance lo Kovelstoke and the  .Big   Hend  district.   But we must not rest on our  oars for ev.cr after making this  spin t.  There   are   great  resources     in    the  country north of Death Rapids, which  can bu most easily and cheaply opened  up   at   the   start   by   steamer  transportation.       Thero   are the  valuable  placers now being worked   on   .Smith  Creek.     There   arc the French Creek  and   McCullongh   Creek   placer  gold  iields,  once   the   scuns   of  swarming  activity,   whicli   only   requiri.   easier  connection with   Revelstoke   to again  yield to the more scientific methods of  tho twentieth century an   oven   more  plentiful harvest of the  yellow  metal  than Ihey did   to   the   pioneers of'G(i.  There are   large   areas   of   promising  looking   formation   quile   unexplored  and unprospected.       There are miles  and miles  of   valuable   timber   limits  containing lumbering resources second  to none in the interior of the province..  Tliere are mica deposits of vast  extent and   unlimited   value (both up at  Tete Jaune Cache and   more   recently  discovered south of the Columbia just  at the great turn of the course of   the  ii ver from nortli to south, which gives  the   name   to    the   district.       These  resources are ours.     They  lie within  our natural  trade   territory.      -Their  natural   line   of   communication with  the C. P. R. is down the great   water  way of the  Columbia   to   Kevelstoke  The business men of tbis place cannot j  "ah'ofd to slacken their otforts  awardsT"'"'''"   "  ! destinies of ( iin.-id  hastening the   day   when   Revelsloke  will   reap   the    benelit  of   the     vast  natural   wealth   now   lying locked up j  and   inaccessible   within   a short one j  hundred miles to the north -of u*;. j  The first step to take is to overcome  the obstacles to navigation pre-ented  by   the   Death   Rapids.-       There an*  Tin* present pnlil icnl nulluok i'or  the  (���������onsi'i'vallvt' pany  is   jn.-l,   about,   as  blue ns lhey  make. "^it.     Tin:   rerun!,  eleciion in Nova Si'otin proved thai all  events in  provincial  nlVnirs  .Mr.   Iloi-  ik'ii, the   lender .of   the Ceiiservntive  opposition    in   lhe   Dominion   li..use,  carries very lillle weight even   on   hi-  own stamping ground.      lie   was   on  thu spol directing the conduct   ol   the  eleciion  foi    the   Conservative   p.'.rly  with results of the   nio.-l   painful   de  scription.   Out west no peii-un  knows  bim irom a bale of   hay   nor   d*u-s   he  seem particularly desirous to form our  iU-'iuainlancf.    The. whole parly  is   in  a   condition   of   discotiragi'inenl.   and  disorganization  and   (be  prisent outlook is for a continuance of a    l/.her.L  administration for an iniU-liuili; period.  Thciuwasa  lime   when   out   west   a  Liberal was a kind of rurinsity   but  it  looks highly probable that if lhe  present condition of alfaii* lasts very much  longer   western    Ciinsuivativus    will  have to be preserved by lhe statu   like  thc buli'aloes at l.anil'.     There   aro   a  few left yet  but   stringent   measures  will s-peedily havu   to   be   adopted   lo  prevent lheir extinction.  The party   has   no   programme,   no  policy, no real leadeis.    Jt is   held   together, as far a.s it hangs   together   at  all, by memories: and  traditions.    J3ut  memories and traditions, though they  nmy keep thu   old   guard   round   the  standard,     will   never    attract     the  younger general ion and  furnish   force  enough to win a campaign.   The Conservatives  cannot expect io   have    a  butler case, as long as ihey are content  to rely on   meie  criticism   of   Liberal  shoi (coinings    iu    appealing    lo    the  electors,   than   thev   bad   a I   the last  election.    It  was concbi-sivcly   proved  then that a clear and   definite   policy  embracing   new   teat tires   of   interest  and  iitlraclion   was  what   thu   parly  needed.    Hut lhe  lesson   was  allowed  to   go unlieeoed   and   the   party   has  simply been settling down in tbe mud  ever since,    A  finer field   for a  leader  of energy and spirit was nui-er offered  than is piesenled   right  now    by   the  field cf public  af;'.i!ts  in   Canada.    A  .bold challenge   to  the    Liberal   party,  which would diver!  Canadian   politico  from the pieser.t ile.-uiand dying ir-Mie.-,  which'engross,   the   atlentiun   i.f   thtr  pnlitici.ins, into lhe real live ques-linns.  which are agitating  the public,  in';  would very ipiickly change the iVice  -.ilTnir.**.     Doe***   the   parly,   which  i.i.  I  '{''fi  i  ?A  .r..  -fTK'x  SI  ���������tr.-;"  ^^'k-dk)i'  ravKWrjJ*.  OWEiSB;..      /J������''**-***3X    i-S^S&fg  oMnaS^ &r__ffiEi ^_a9 ^ss^y  G-RC  iLT&J.JiflO;,  Revelstoke  Station.  PROVISIONS, Etc.  imszmdmmmmmmmmmtt^  s  ]i.\ K KI!,  COXI'-liCTIONJJIt,  nud  cutcrcr Kle.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAKAA1 BREAD  Wedding Caice, a Specialty.  3 .Mail orders promptly a ml carefully  | atuuidcil Lo  I  5        -    .   *  O. IJox  V3'2.  Revelstoke, B.C.  3;iH5EI2^22K2  s'Ssizsoa^'gEssP'  NAME....  Ts tailor tlimi riclms   .   .-  .   .   .   .  Wc lir.vi* the inline of lnjikiii/;  tlie only Sivli-ili Suits in Town  ��������� for ifnrnbility tiud qsmlity  tliuv also uxccl*.  .TRY ONE  R. S. WILSOK  Next the McCarty Block.  Confectioner ancl Grocer  Fresh Eggs  Butter  Vegetables  nhvuys on linnd.  'i '���������^tr-av-a^'-cis:f4<r-xr-av-a^*<i*������vff<y<j*j^c*������*������  ,*v  :?  I ��������� |  I Ice Cream |  ������ Home Made Candies "g  j) ii specially. ' 9  *iJ " ^  &*r*s^^-u;������^tf:������:^0'>S'tf''S*tf'^^-iM''^2'WK<^<^  f.iii'Ki* nnd Well ..iRliled  S'linpli! ".nuiiis   Ilcutcil l>y Hot Air nnd Klcntrlu  Hells mid l.lglilin every room  I'ree !!ns Meets All Trnins  Iteiisnnnble llules    -tHOTBL  YICTOE-IA^  JOHN V. I'HIIKS. PuopjtlK'i'oit  Niglil  Clrlll r(0)2i iu Cyiiiieelltin for llie Convenience nf Guests  Hourly Slreet Cur  lleiweei1 Hotel n. il Station  ^������v@flsih������llc������, ioC  ���������{������������������2**l*i**>^*M<*I**l**t'l**>*f-*r*l'*l'*I'*l<*t*l*4-I<^^i*4.4'*t<l'*l**t-l'*l-M<^  .nAltOATKS  About OT lienllliy jiliints InclinlinB Fnscliins.  Gei'iinimiis, llc{;oiiiii*!, Kir.., from 25c. up.  wards. Cnll enriv nml j.et llie elioice. Svlu  begins Monday, Aug. 12th. Store on  Miiekenzie Avenue.  MRS. C. TURNROSS.  fr  fr  -j  ���������\������  fr  fr  -r  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.    A good Bar. well supplied with  -   Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  ,n  fr  ���������ir  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  I*  n-  fr  .1  S3  ���������������  ss3  Notice to Go-Ovaners.  To .'.S. I':Uler<oii nnd nil others rlniniini.  ilu*ou;:>i liiiii nny inii-rvsi in llie clniins  liort-Imtlter meniioned :  I'lidi r llie Miner:'.! Act, 1S0T, mul r.inendincnts  thereto:  S'OTICK   TS   HEREHY   HTVES    Hint wo, ]���������*.  Jli-C'nrtv iiml It. J.ISoiinii* l.nvc |iorforini*il nil  llie !t--*_*--i:H'iit work nn tin! i*-nfrvie������-. Jlelcher  .l.'-iUnn.  vii :orlA IV, Mni>lo l.i*uf, Slmmrock  .*.ii't   Maniinolll   miti.'rnl   i-biim*.    **ltluile     ill  iTr.niiid H'JL'Mn-in. in  tins  llcv<_l<*toki* .Minlni;  J)i\:s:on ot \Vi*>! Koolenny, loi!*:ti*d  ill  Aiifiisc  l.**'.,i-)   nnd   recorded  nl   '-'evoNioki' .on  the :'.ril  r.il   ! .--cr.i"!nl'''-,r* ������������������*!-";.end  tlnii .1. H.  l-nuor-on.  llu*  i -.*r,,rded owner  of  mi   intere-t   in   llie  mid  of '��������� rain**ral clnini- i;*i*- n'-sloplPd to do or pay for  i b!*.-i:>;r-* of I tie :_-*(.'--!.ie:it work for the yenr.-.  fnj*' 1-.!.'. iS"!t' nnd U'li, nm! ttiul units- snid elinrRC-:  ��������� Arf: no: p..lid '.vi'hi:'. nin.-lycla-,- fro^i   tiio Iir*,!.  ., T... ..     ^���������r.-     *-������   Y\.'f .7.1 -ji.d deliii.iut.nr interest i..- provifleil by  i. i;dI jio-'M-.*-*- ,*i i'n:m 1 .-i*-t:o!i 11   of the Mineral Act Amc-ndmar.t Act,  ! ! io:i.  I in  its  i-iinks   wilb    lirains   nml   fou-t* J  cnonsli to seize on lhe ojipntl'inily  _ C ,.   . -     ._.   .  Another Fish  River Strike.  I  '     R*.*L*i*nt.   ilpvplnpniprt  "n   tliu .M<inn   |  j tain r>)v {.'roup nf i'lni:n-i on lhe  -onlli ,  I --iile of Pixil i'i*<'i.'k hits remit'*'! in **'.iiif  ��������� iliM:iiVfi ie" ������f   very   rii-li    fn." -niiiiin;.-  i t;olii inc.    Tin* Kfi'ip i-s .-itiuli'il in  11 ���������'  J -,'Une .'<)._''.'.   *i-    tl;"    F.v i   ,ii J.     <),  pinup-  in   the   J.-ifde.m   (llsti'ie!,  i Iji'Idh..:.- to .1. Mcliec  nml   \\r.   (ir  riat-d ut  ������'���������}���������'..* n'.l.fi*.  -toke, B, G ,  thi!* j*,]* day of  Co-Owners  f F. AIcCauty,  /  IT. J.  BOL'RXK  MINING    '  CONTRACTOR, -  CAMBORNE, B. C.  *  **M-'-T*'M'*?*M'-:*-M'''M-'M-'I''{'****^  All kinds nf mining, enntrntts  tnkun unil work uxaenteil in ;i  woikni.-mlikc m.-mnei'.  PKICKS ON APPLICATION.  -Teenta,  Ably furnished with ths  Choicest the Market  affords.  y  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large,  Light bedrooms.  Rates ?: a day.  Monthly Rale,  X-Aiber-t- Stone���������-Rrop  CANADIAN  PACIFIC' KAJLWAY  HMJHXIMBP  Hotice to Go-Owners.  i  ���������;:  m;V(.-ii inil'i.s Ion;,' to n.*;ieli   i-oiilly giiml j ���������  ,   *i ,1 I Vl*!ll*.  w.iternliovo the nipul.-,    while  uLIiits ��������� -  a-sst-rt th.it ii  tfond   di'iil   -ilirn-ti'i*  line  would he nil thnt. is i.cce_>������iry.    On tin'  ���������' 11'  ii. 'i  ml.  wliich ! T|u. pioperty w.is ioe.ited   ne.uly  f..*n  ,  vnrions opinions ;irf to how ;^ie;it tiiesi*  ol)>t.ielea   are   and   the   miwl, I'im.-i1i1i*  inetliod.s of .snrinoitnting   them.        A  trainwnv has heen   sii^pesleil.  nceorilini,'to .sonic experts,   .-lioulil    he j ye.irs- ,i^j������ :n n i;.*ili')i,i   piopf.*-!! k,i  .i?s>'.ssiiieut   in irk  li.i-   lieen   di>n>*   e.i. ii  The leil^e \v i ���������*  i   l-ii'***-'  one   hut  I lhe ot*e *.v:is of ?iii li :i  low   iti.ide   tli.ii  i little   l-.ope   wilh   _*nli'r*..i:.!H'd   i*T    t n*'  j pi'iiperty proving to li'i   of   ���������"!>"   pr-'i'  T*. !!li,'iil!*) xlr  I'D  r.ffccllvi* Oetoher 1, I'.HH.  ��������� l ���������������������������Mil  .mil  other hand there arc some,  one old river man of prohably a.s inin-h ]  experience in such mutters as any..oily  in tha district, who asserts lliat theie  i.s not the le-.st neoe.s.sity for any tramway at all and that all th;it is needed  is some Masting in the river channel  itself.  Where thero in such dilVeronef; of  opinion the IlERAr.n does not venture  to advocate any particular plan hut  there is certainly this much to he mi id.  T^a.st session at Ottawa the sairn of  S_5.<XX) was appropriated for the improvement of the navigation or thc  river aliout lievelstoke. It, was leported at the time that !=>.VKX) of tliisi  sum was to lie expended on the construction of a tramway round the  Death   Kapids. It    seems   to   the  IIekat.d that here is a matter   which  the iKKinl of  trade   might   very   well  illflildinii I v.iiue.    J he recent rlisrovei ie*-*   nn    ue*  Kvn  and   oth-'i-   adjoining   pmpci tiei-  liavins;'.hnwii   th.it   the   cl.tlnr;   coi. -  prised in the ffii).ip weie   in    the   liw  ���������n'n!d district, Lhe !eil*__i" v.n* ihotoutciily , (v,*,*.,,.  prospei-le^l .irui stripped tor a eoii-i.iei-   =r___���������.  ahle distant e.    Tills resulted in a Hui'l'-  of extiemcly rich gold oie heimr fo.iii'l '  in    Ihe   led<<e   that   hud    hefoie   hi'i'si j  worked only for silver.     The   owners h  .liner.-il /.<���������; I1*'1' and ���������_mi*ii'lnii*:i|s i  ti -'r'.'i., iK.-ii*" 1* Iii**** '������>' '21.-. ."x I'll'-l ���������>'���������'"��������� ,t*������'ii*o '  i.. ..mill.- '.rnliniii iiij'f '.'I- tmi.l luu.* |i.*r* j  .'������������������-I ,'*d .u! '.in* .1-" ***-ni* .'.!. v. *.rk f������n lh*; "'.ohl.'ii I  h *.::.*" nir-.i-m! i*!ii':*i, *-u>:f'.l.*d ..n Un* divide,  I, I ..'. IV I r.'ll.*n ..!)'! .M(*'"'!;ii.'*k I'I' ''ftS. iu liie j  j.* ...'.    .,1    l,7;..r''.     ]\<--2    i',.1'.'1  ill ll!'    l'it-2 l'.i-.xtl t  l*i ���������.���������,.*���������,,!'.'..������������������; ."ii.ii*!!,!'. -,on.-.:<! null ��������� |.-j  :������������������:���������. r '.'.i. ei-i i*'*.*'J*'*'I '*!l f"f.*l'rill*"r. ls'1^ '  in.*! I ,*r i'..* ll.-ir-l -*,I.*!', ipm.d -Ji" .-cror*l<*d .  ..*.*,.* .,- ��������� i,**'.**i;f ,:,: ������������������*.*-! *,:i -,...'. T'liji-T.il {  '. ,.l * . Im*.   ' *  *;* ..':   I    '������������������!   ''. .    !���������!���������   "'mf   of   s. 1 ��������� ��������� -~*  --    - -    - - ��������� f .r -ii- ������������������ f*ir :!i" * "iir" ;-''*, IKfj \  ���������i-,.',.;. *.- 5. r-ljy Vi.-n !���������> tlii.'!  Mi-f'l iri*i.*l to*.*, i.'iiti'.s jmirl j  .'.r.- l ,-.!'! **!...i:; Ti:::t *y d.ij- t.l lie: J  ,;tr,l;i ii'if <!i:������ n. ':<��������������������������� v- "l-f-li i.ron>..rl '  ; * .'.I <^'-j:! tij"-*i xn'.rri-:'. u>. [,rO\li(.^-d ,  i ; J of '..,���������: '"*_'*'i:, *rnl  At.  -i:.i.*ji'li:i*.*!it,  gASTBCRHD  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  VVI-.olcs.ile   inJ Retail Dealers  JK PRIME BEEF."  m  PORK.     Ml) ..TON.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  i  Wi  m  SAUSAGE, g  IThe F  l,<l'i.Blirj.iawilllir.lHIIHIKllMM��������� "'������*��������������� W)������llll^**lni������*.M������Mm������IMtmi|Wpi������������������a������-������CT������UJMIi|  Ti:i.i:i'|ionb Xo. 101. ' 1'. O.-Box.iWl  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B.C.  fluid, f-llv������r I.cud nnd Roppcr Mines witntcd ut tlio ������3_J**\I_xeliiiii_;o.  l*'roo Milling Gold l'l-oportles wiintmi tii oimo for Eastern investors.  1'iii'lliis li.irlin; iiiiniii*,'property for salo nro requested to .send samples of tliclrorc  to tlu* I'^vn'luin^.j for Kxliibjiioii.  All ������iim,ilc4 sliniiM (im sent by express t'rupulil. Correspondence solicited.  Address nil (.oiiiiiiiinicntiniis to  ~^XT  j ANDREW F. KOSEf^BERGER,   -    Nelson, b.c.  r<imu^nnTmT������gg  nuimJ.m������M���������������������nmnjllw  If. fl. I'aRSON, Trendcm.  Jf. 3. O'JtlilEK, Ifnniisimr Director  as Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  d  v.v:  t i'.*.-. '���������!*!'���������;-.'. i  ;, i..'>v.\iia;  i.r-. i.i -.:,.  C.O'.lx A:ril.'X,Vjt)l. j  WOTJCn TO   COKTKACTORS.  are tnitiiraliy   much   el.-il"d  discovery.-- Kmk*<'-  the  Will Be a Libera!.  The .story is told of a, poor I'Yi-iieh  farmer out at Uae.k Kiver. who -Hdorn  heard (lie news of Ihe .verld. rind  knew little iilioul. the Queen and tin*  heir apparent. A friend met with liiin  the other dav and .said : i^'Well, Hap-  tiste, th������ (iueeii is dead.'' liapt.iste  turned the' iiiforni.-ition over in liis  mind a minute, and said : "Well, hy  fiiir. 1 hetde nex' feller dat fj-MfJ dat  joh vi ill he a r.iheral. Dey yet overy-  Ihing i think inc."���������.Montreal   Herald.  '.i.f.P T'l.-itihiiH ->'*ii !'  ,- ,,;ii'_**l n;> It, rji.on >,n  fi-,r i'r.f e*i!i"tri������'*tj'/ji  ...t,.-(. Ilospltiil, nt rr.'r  '.,<,. ,i .*;*"* .v at Ciistoin*''  -. or uny lt:'������.'.*:r  l't<"l.  .������������������-i-rolcr*, J  ,i.i\x.\  WANTED,  f.  r. f (*.<:d t>y tin-  'I Ifr'f'.-.i.A V, Oct.  **<il:i;f!0W!   of    lb'-  piari-i ������.*rl  **[.'*'*I('i-  i-rtTtf", !!'*v*'!*!to!c'-*.  ,-i'ji    .>.':'*'.*."-.irily  .MKI.V.-I.  ;i, -...o.-TrciiM,  ���������I!..  Ill,  I'lllt.  A sitimtir.n  bv ii lonn;;   t:ir!   in   a   private  ii'.miiy.    A,.ply at lb'* II.-i-.ai.ii oIlice.  WRIGHT   PORRITT,  PHOTOGRAPHER.  D"vciiipiii.nt of   plates and  lllius for innn-  tfiir*. nnd(Tinlffn.  Ti.*r:n'- on iipplii'-iliuri.  liar]:   Itooin (lei.iporarijy.  I'AN'ADA liltC; A BOOK tit)  Passcn.c.virs hooked to all  liastern, Canadian ant! U.S.  Points.  {.cries reserved on Atlantic  Steamers for passengers to  the Old Country.  Direct Steamer Servic; from  Vancouver lo  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Campbell Avenue.  ���������gBMaBBaJmrrif)r*r*i,M 11 nrtii  Revelstoke.  13., C.  Full   information and  illustrated  pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Eradshaw,  Agent  Kevelstoke.  J, E. Coyle.  A*>������ist. Gon.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  A Challenge  We challenge anyone *in  Revelsloke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laund lies  In exchange wc offer to  give i o good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  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. Smythe's Tobacco  Pt ore, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  audition.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in��������� ���������*������������������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly ailed.  Cor^rD^?rge1eats.. EEYBM50BB, B.ff.  'i,T  'til  i  -1  -I  'ill i,< \.  r  ft  IT  \  ft  ^>jl\y������^VCTrg7gmw-*II..*:^'ai^T������*gma*SAJl.*^.'lLMl*J..J������l������JI*l  wry������������wn|lH/;������^/.i^ m*L*i lijji M.������j������wm "nMilIV' If'-'lfflrir"'"1   ������������������MwM.������i.������LMw..iMmmmTO������.������n^^ .  I'mcorpbfatecS' nsrader:the Laws of .British Columbia..  f������ii^i������jj^jm.j.^.i.ij|.iiii*:*fav.vlAAgry.-rrii*i*Ti**nB-r*j!aK3wai  ^    Capital: $1,000,000 in I,GOQ5000 Shares, -^  ���������   Par Value $1 Each.  ...Kin. j.a������������M������M,i������Mia3iaasirigniCTa ������n.������������,,���������mn  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     FdO PROMOTER'S A5^D NO PREFERRED STOCK.  Located in thc Free Gold  Fish  River Camp,  Lardeau Mining Division,  British Columbia.  s  rm,ll.lim.*iwr.t���������.*M*,t,**a.vr*:irmGrtv.~.-.... ��������� ..���������������.  MP  w,iuieu.wrz^-iKzxmxi>.r.".xi2i.i!-mn=exsxsu,-iair.i 'jv.in  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Gents Per Share.  ���������,u-w*rx*Km.xvnm*,ij.n.. ii:,: imww m;aMT. nyi  In view of thc 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 only will the present issue of stock be sold    g  quickly, but no more will be offered at less than par.  Address all inquiries for information, or  applications for stock to  "JM. scott ii' a     Wari-Iaier. iy'Sollcitor,'  f.L,Ji.  Notary. f'ubUe/A KtO*  iiarrlaler, ,���������*.; solicitor, . .\piiiry . i-nuue/, J*.io.  sMqlCoin-ife .Aycn'iio.'.R.cyiilstoke Station.,! ���������?; ���������,���������'���������  iMone^tBl^iv* : 7   ;';'���������  ''?,'������������������ ...-iv  M Lfi Ri    >-���������  H  A.KVEY,���������M'CAKT.Ea & IUNICHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Ktc.  Solicitors for Imperial Hank of Canada.  Companv fn nils to loan nt S percent.  .*.���������.��������� 1'ihst Stukkt. Kevelstoke Station, 11. C.  ������������������-���������, -  CHURCHES"'"-'-7'  MBTHOnlST CHUItOlI, KEVEMTOKE. ;:  Preaching services at 11 a.m. and 7:S0 _i. mj  Class ineotfnir a'tttlio,.jclose..of.., the inoriiing  service. SabWh Sotioola-id.tltble.l; lu^at*! ..a)  Weekly 1'rnyer 'Mcetiinr every MVednesdiiy.  evunliii,' at 7:S0. Tbe public aro cordially  Invited.   Seats free. ���������   .      H  i;cv%p,,IyAl)^Kgi,ii;astor.,3  ST. PETKII S CHlJIiCtl, ANal.lOAN'r-;;".*:;:**.:  Kiltlit a.m., Holy Knoliiiristi 11 a.m.,matins,  Mtuny nnd scrnion (Holy Kucharist' lirst Suii-  duv In tliu month); 'i:Ao Sunday school, or  chlldroii's service; .7:ISU EvcnsuiiB (choralUiirt  sermon. Holy llays���������The Holy iMieharisF.lfci  celebrated at. 7 a.m. or 8 a.m., as announced.  ' Holy liaiilisni after Sunday School al3;15.  ���������   c*. a. j-iiouuMKi:, Hector.  I'llKSHYTKlllAN  CIIUIICH.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:P>0 p.m  In whicli all are welcome       "           8 p. in. everv Wednesday  Prayer meeting at  m.v. ir. c. Cai.di.ii, Pastor.  IIOMAS CATHOLIC CIIUKCII.  Mais   al 10;;������) a. m���������   on  Ilrst,  second  and  fourth Sundays In thc month.  HKV.   I'ATHBIl   THAYEII.  SALVATION'   AI15IV.  Meeting every night in their Hall on  Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hull at So'clock  Visiting Knights invited.  L . ll.liucK, CO.     ::::::  F.B. U. Ltiwis. K. of R. & S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular meetings are hold In the  Oddfellow's Hall on tlie Third Fridav of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  - Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED. W.M.  W. G. BIKNEY, Kec.-Scc.  SECRETARY.  Official Broker,  5       Revelstoke, B. O.  P. O. BOX 700, NELSON, B. C-  ..x������^^ii.������ul*u.u.;.*rmm,ll������uilllJL*Liai  TJJIW.MIUA1I.MJW.  IUJBL,���������EUWJTW*q.*J,;*-T-Tr"^'*TCi*-*ITTI������^  J������i^^.i*^.*.*****r.**T*.j?TJrFi********������*re  I...-.���������!. ������.!  gJll 111.11 M'J^JH.HWWg���������yy  IMBMMriaaMWia'^IJ������WaA'.aC3  s.t-iMgWi'&gK^^^ 32^g,Sg_S3Ba.S_BE5^?^B.tt;^^^  AND. RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL*:  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 of Printing*. All work  turned out promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too largre ortoo smalL������brJ!HEJHERAIJQ!8L  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail.  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work entrusted to THE HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen wh.o thoroughly  understand .tne proi>e:: use of the material at their  disposal. THE HUSRJh IAD does not claim to be the  only printing house ; n lie district* but it does  claim to be  \  Thoro  II������   T  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 oflice supplies  than any other Printing- Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class ol? work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything* of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  !Pt*i Tl t _?**Y*1 ACJ  u A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  ,,..,.,.,AND. ASSAYER.  Roval School of Mines,London. ..Seven years  at 'Morfa   Works,  Swansea.7   17   years  Chief  Chemist  to'W'igan Coal and Iron Co.,   ling,  bate chemist nnd Assayer, Hull Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  ��������� Ferguson. B.C.  ~TT*i-=-������-  <���������**������������������  ���������?')  Ued Uoso Degree meets **econd and fourth  Tuosdais of each month; White Roue Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, In Oddfellows Hull.   Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON, HY. EDWARDS,  President. . Secretary.  ���������  H. EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST. " ���������  DEKR HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  I'tirs Cleaned and Pe.-aired. '   -  JUST KAST OF  PRESBYTERIAN  UIIUKCIIE  Third Street.  it^.jBi$sK*sAin>ER;  ! ���������'*��������� *?M������IHlM  ��������� '������������������  j ;0f nil God's ciit-lli* roaming nt large'  [oil Lue f.ic&'af Hie uai'tn, die 'buck cap'-'  jper is the wprst. ;llje j*.;4f>eSvH[;fr sis.-tiriftr  llie community in which lie* lives and  performs the.dog .in. |<be* uiuugri'-itL'^  ���������   ',   C*.l* i*??.*7'.**1   >-   -���������'**���������*. 'r-*ijti23.1 J-"-i.  whi-npvet'   the Tipportiuiity. .presents-  itsi-ll*.    lie I* foiind.'i������iij!,cioi'Jlt*ss. in .-ill,  voriilions, lint t.he Held in which lipiU*-^,  lij'ihL*i'ti)'re"vi;l**:-"i'riJ\viii[t*rrh'e' 'CiuV'k'ick  his.heels.Llie   highest   and   aimtt��������� :the-  jouilesl,���������i.s t.liy_tiiiniiiK industry,    li^'L-u  ids div.tti-fc.Iied-iiileiifcCiX'i' ;SJi������i"dEirrS.f(d  iiiisi'i_T.ri.sent;Uli)ii Iind roniii lot- ample  scope.    Ktiu\viii(rth:iL cnpilttl is timid,  especially seeking? ii-rvftl'tii'toiifs /on*'*ii  l.-ii'ge scale us is   usually   the ������������������fnsii"iri'-  iiiiniiii;. deals,., the* bacjkciipperj,yuept;-  nizes his Rolilen oppoiiunil;j;lL(),.;g|(jal. -���������  lie oils up his hoiidcio, sees that   every  part of its delicate in'ti'clmii.'i-y'is^iii per- .  feet order and then gets n'fiicus on' the '  would-hu piu'i:h;iser..iUsuaJl y_.hu, hi-nigs  down his paiiip, nnd \viilli1.^i1,|ljiige,Iin,-./-  voice of satisfaction in stock hunts for  another victim.    His   Artist MlutteVm'ff  triumphs ate registered'wl.'eYi the'vitii*"*  of a mining  property   is   nlinoat   con'-"'  siiiiini'ited, and when it.;ip   lepiitaljon  is as sensitive to.,*ilaiidci',..a.s ,^he..(;ood:i,  name of a pure   woman.      It   is-.thiyn/  that lie approaches the buyer with 1I19  Ktiitetneiit that he hopes 'tlie 'sl'lle'i*. Will  do well hy letting gr*vof  ti.'e"^topc/i*"i.y -|  for lie could do nothing with it himself"  on account of reasons knowu ;.ou]y*.,t'o"  those on the inside.     \Y,i(h iJ.-uiguuge'l  of this typ". covert   insininitions./thatii,'  may mean liltle or much, he frightens  capiLnl into indefinite dcliiy Tiilel'lnially y  perhaps succeeds   in   pt'eveVili'iyg-'tlie' .'  deal.   Thus a loss is infticletfupofi'the  seller who lacks Lhe   money.-! to''.iworK  the properly���������upon   the   buy.er, wliail'.  misses the opportunity of a lifetime ito.v*  quadruple his   wealth   and   upoji   the  community that loses   the   industrial  value of a producing mine,    lh*; oack_-   .  capper   is   actuated   hy   one ' oi"'t!\v6'"'  motives���������the hope that he can.i,deflbct.  capiLnl from its avowed   purposoj inUi.vr  channels more prnfitalilu'to himselfv or-::!  to indict  injury   upon   the   would-lijy  seller.    The   first  move   he   tries .'j,\o.^,  justify on business grounds; the second.   1  he rieviT acknowledges.     Ilunian   ex-'lj  perienri;   has   shown   over   and' over  again, that no man ever added  a   substantial   prop   to   his   own     business  interests by pulling down Lhose of   his  fellow^man: and to   inflict   loss   upon  ethers to Lhe detriment   of   ihe   community, is like derailing   a.   passenger  train lo get even wiLh   lhe   conductor;  There are few mining districts in   this  state where the   hackcapper   has   not ,  operated with success.    JUany districts  have surrendered to lhe   virus   of   bis  hoodoo   and   gone    into     pnriuauent  leliiement.    Wliile the  wild-caller is  busy trying to swindle  the   would-be  purchaser, the hackcapper. is   equally  busy, in a more quiet -.way,   trying   to.  prevent the sale of desirable properties  Each is in his own way a   pest.   'Both  are enemies   to   the" communities   in  which they operate and should become  the   targets-for   public   disapproval.  With higher "standards in the mining  industry the wildcatter and the   hackcapper will be forced out  of   the   field  and the waters of,, oblivion   will   close  in over   the   tribe,   for   like   Othello,  their occupation will  hz gone.���������Butte  Mining World.  Certificate of Improvements  ZtTOTIOIE.  " O. 1C." Mineral Claim, situate in the  Revelstoke Mining Division of West Kootenay  Dibtrict:  Where located:���������In Ground Hog Basin, on  McCullough CreeJc.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles F.T.indmark.  of Revelstoke, Free Winer's Certificate Xo. B,  7!Ulll,inlend, sixty davs from the dale hereof,  o apply to the .Mining Recorder for a Certilicate of Improvements, for tlie purpose of  oblaining xx. Crown Grant of the above claim.  Aud further take notice that action under  Pectiou 37. mu*it be commenced liefore the  .issuanccof siicliCci'lificatc-Of_lmprovemc*nts.-  Dnted this 8th ilay'of August, A.D., 1901.  Aug 17-2iii CHAS. F. UNDMAKK.  Certificate    of Improvements  It-TOTIOE.  Gold -IIIII Minernl. Claim, situate in the  HcvcMoke Mining Ulvlslun of Kootenay District.  In Ground Hog  Ilasiti, 011  Where Located:  McCulloiiKb Creel*  TAKK NOTICE that I, (!. I!. Iliime, Free  Miner's Ccrllllciilc No. II, .I7MI9, Intend, sixty  days from the ilnn> hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder lor 11 CcrlilU'iite of Improvements, for the purpose of oblaining a Crown  Grunt of the above claim.  And further take notice tlmt action, under  Section ".7, mii������l be coininenced before llie  Issuance of such CurlHiciitc of  Improvement*..  Duted this tth dnv of September, lt*H.  Ocl. 11���������tf  Shoemaker   Business  For Sale.  SHOr AND STOCK CIIK.M'.  To be sold by October sotli.  D.  JENKINS.  The whole of the stock or part to suit  purchasers will be sold.  m  iS!s  BEMBMBEEj!  UH&  Ban  OUR GIUXD gg  Fall Millinery Opening |g  THURSDAY. 1  FRIDAY and     i  SATURDAY   I  OF   THIS   WEEK   IN   OUR   NEW   ||g  STORE, LAWSON'S OLD STAND.      &g  Misses Shepard & Bell g������  McKenzie Avenue      oc'23      B_5  A Locomotive Curiosity.  Thiirc has just heen withdrawn from  ssrvice in England one of tlie oldest  locomotives in existence. Up to a few  .wceks ago this engine, -which was constructed in 1S4G, was regularly employed for hauling mineral traffic upon  the BaiTow-in-Kuruess Railroad,  which-was one of the first railroads in  England, having been opened for  traffic for considerably more than half  a century. The total length of this  railroad is only 17 A miles, yet it is one  of the- most jn'olitahle lines in thc  United Kingdom, a fact due to a large  extent"t^rtlfe-heavy ittiifcral-trfillilT-'"  that it carries.  _. This engine, oflicially known as  "Number 3,'' but familiarly styled  "Old Coppernob," -from its curious  firebox, which is liuilt* of copper and is  dome-shaped, i.s the survivor of tbre������  similar engines that were built in the  early '10's for this railroad, though the -  two previous'engines were somewhat  smaller. Tlie cylinders are 14 inches  in diameter, with a 2-1-inch stroke.  The steam pressure was 120 pounds  per sijUiU'c ineh. The heating surface  ol" Iho tubes is S05 siiuare feet, and of  the lirebox 10 square feet. The total ���������  weight of the engine and tender in  working order was 32 tons S hundred  weight. The wheels are four coupled..  ���������I l'eet !) inches in diameter on the  I read, and the engine frames are nf  thc frame type, with upper a nil lower  members. " J'hc axle boxes are made  of guiiinetal. and the motion is of the  curved link type. The toiler is 11  feet 3 inches long and 3 feet 0 inches  in diameter. Tlie boiler plates are  made of Low Moor iron throughout,  with thu exception of the firebox, the  barrel being made up of three rings.  A curious feature of tlie tender of  the engine i.s that the under frame is  constructed entirely of oak. The tender has water capacity of one thousand  gallons. Altogether this old locomotive hiiH been regularly running" for  over 33 years. AVhen withdrawn from  the service it was found to be  thoroughly strong and perfect in every  rospeet* The working parts were in  first-class condition. Although old-  fashioned in design and pattern, it  was a very serviceable engine, and an  idea of the serviccableness of this type  of locomotive may be gathered trom  the fact that the "same company has  several other similar ������������������coppernobs."  though of a more recent date, still  running upon its system.  Nuiv that it has been withdrawn  from active service, the locomotive is  to be placed in a well-merited place of  honor. The railroad company are  having a special glass-covered case  erected in a prominent position at  their Barrow terminus to accommodate  the relic, and it will constitue an interesting memento of the early days  of the railway era and also form a  striking contrast with the fieeter and  more powerful locomotives of to-day. ���������w+J.+.i-t+.fr.t*-*****'*********'**..  fr  ALL THE NEW  EDITIONS  AT..  fr  fr a-  % Canada Drug & Book Co |  % REVELSTOKE. *  % %  fr ************ **************  Notes of News.  W. A. Galliher M. P., was in town  Saturday.  A. Edgai' came in from u trip to  Camborne on Monday.  C. Harvey, of the Harvey mine.  Pish Kiver, was in town yesterday.  The waggon road up Pish Creek  will be completed in a couple of weeks.  Miss II. Woodward of the llEltALi)  staff returned on Tuesday from the  coast.  Mrs. Mel.eod is away at ICainloops  nn a visit to her mother, Mrs. Al**x.  McLean.  Mr. Cameron, proprietor of the  Queen's Hotel, Comaplix is in town  loday.  The ninth of November, King  Edward's birthday, will he a public  holiday.  The ladies of the. Hospital Aid  Society havo decided to hold a concert  in about a couple of weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. P. Burns came up on  Sunday evening from Nelson and  went on west on the delayed No 1.  Miss Eraser has returned from the  coast and resumed charge of her room  in Selkirk Hall on Monday morning.  C. Johnston of Thomson's Landing  was iu town yesterday en route home  from a visit to the Westminster  Eair.  Mrs. J. G. Webster and family  returned on Sunday morning from a  two month's visit to their ranch near  Vernon.  40a:  :50c:  :60c.  jgfe''UNION *^������H  C'ag'ar  Factory  It  REVELSTOKE,  'B.C. M  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL   and  THE  Carpets. "Curtains.  Fi'i .rL"BWrtn������ritmixiTi,������ 'nrm/evmwtp  Utrcoieum.  ������  3G  To purchase everything.you-.want in the  Clothing and'Furnishing Lines from  All sorts and conditions of  men require all sorts and  conditions of medicine. We  have thc very best for each  man's need. Thc weather  necessitates attention to tlie  health, and many simple  remedies there arc which we  can give you, saving you,  perhaps', a severe illness.  ���������Upon Easy Terms.  Ctood Houso of Five Rooms anil Lot Opi'i-lnlly (,'noil U'l'in*-) on  Second Street, hast uf Miiekonzic Avexuu   $750  Now Houso of Klplit Jionins nml Two i.ots on  Third Struct!  Jul si of Mackenzie Avenue   $1,8GQ  Good Houso and Lot (2.'i x 15(1), Ilathrnoiii, Klcctrli. LiKlit,  Etc., on KIr.il Struct, neur MRcki-nzk* Avenue   $1,500  EfGTht-Roomoti House. Stone Foil ml mi on<: nml Two I.ot.s, ou  " Suvonil Slreet, neur New I'ostofllce���������(gouil .i|icculiiiiou)   $1,200  A Largo Modern House,   everv   iiuprovcnii'iit,    in eooiI li/ciitlon,  third less tliim aulual Cost I'rine���������(owner inii.it Mill).  A Good Farm near Salmon Arm Station,���������very clienp.  .?���������*  .--*,* j    . . ���������������������������      n      /O TT  f*      I ���������'���������      "/    8     '���������'-<   :' '    "��������� J   ''"     W '      SL  a  (ft  Wc buy from tlie best Wholesalers.  Thc Quality of Our Stock is Excellent.  Our prices are reasonable.  We will open up in a few days a perfect  Imported stock of  DRESS CGOOS,   RIBBONS,   RUCS,   CARPETS,  AHD rLOCR CLOTH.  INLAID   LINOLEUM  Imported from the best manufacturers in Scotland.  Dress Goods,Gent's Furnishings  AND  TIIK J'.AHGAINS AT  I.AUMHK'M IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  G. F. CURTIS,  The Druggist.  TAYLOR BLOCK.        -      -   '      .McKenzie Ave  Goo. S. JMcCiirtei-returned lust niglit  Irom uttenilin'r court at Golden.  ^-tf-e^^wr-^tftf*****7*****-^^^^ j  Is without question the very   best portion of  Revelstoke CiLv.  M. Brunelle of Edmonton was in  town yesterday looking up acquaintances from the capital of Northern  Alberta.  B. Ci'illy, foreman at theOphir-Lado  mine, left yesterday morning on the  No2ona month's visit to San Francisco,  Cadet.Maggie Lewis of the Salvation  Army left this morn ins for Vancouver  to take up the work of the Army  there.  A. E. Kincaid has bought Supt. Kil-  patrick's residence on Orion Ave.   He  intends to face it  round  on First St.  - aud to renovate tho entire building.  The men with money to .buy goods  are the readers ofthe, Hkrakd. The  business men who wish to reach the  buyers all advertise in the Herald.  Mrs. Beasley of Toronto, sister of P.**  Bowen, arrived in town on Monday  morning. Mrs. Beasley will reside  here with her brother permanently.  Harry Edwards received yesterday  from Cory Menhenick at Camborne  the largest cariboo bead, which.in alj  nis experience he has ever seen in the  country.  Advertise in the Herald, k reaches  the buying public. Our circulation  among the railway employes is t> big  one. Published twice a week, 10!  issues every year.  T. Downing of the Mohawk came up  from the south on Mouthy evening.  He says the new strike on the Goldfinch is a wonder. Pieces of almost  solid gold have been taken from it.  Job    printing    is    the   Herald's   si_.ecia.ltv. Tlns_best_equipped_ofSce-  antl most experienced workmen in the  district. Stock the best. Office  stationery the best.  There is a phenomenal crop of egg  plums on a tree in Thos. Steed's garden, which is quite an example of  what can be done in the way of fruit  growing in Revelstoke.  Jack Knowles. the well known old  time Lardeau prospector and pioneer,  who was in town last week, left on  Sunday niglit for. his new stamping  ground in Olalhi in tlie Boundary  country.  Advices from up the river shew  that the water i.s phenomenally low  aliove Death Rapids. There is a, place  just at Howard's camp where a man  could almost wade across, if the current was not so swift.  Capt. Graburn, clerk of the Manitoba executive council, spent Sunday  in town with Dr. Cross. The captain,  who is a licensed lay reader of thp  Anglican diocese of Jtupertsland, rend  the second lesson in St. Peter's church  at evening on Sunday.  There was a very succrssfnl commencement of a Qiiadril/e Club for the  winter made at the meeting held in  No 2 fire hall on Saturday night.  Twelve member.**! of the club were enrolled and a committee struck to rent  a suitable ball anil make other  arrangements for carrying out the  club (lances during the season.  President McCarty of the Kevelstoke  Steam Navigation Co. is still hopeful  that the new steamer will be able ti.  run on the upper river before navig.-i  tion closes. The machinery may be  here anyjday and the hull is all ready  to have it put in at once. Mr. McCai ty  looks for a considerable risa of water  in the river with the full rains. ,  got in from Carnes Crock last night.  Rev. C. Ladner returned from Trout  Lake City and Ferguson on Monday  evening. '   .'  J. A. MagcG of Comaplix is in town  today. He will leave tomorrow  for Nelson en route for Seattle.  H. B. Perks, brother of J. V., the  popular proprietor of the Victoria,  left on Saturday for Walla Walla  after spending thc summer here.  Mrs. D. F. Forbes and child returned  on Sunday morning from a visit to  her parents in Calgary. She was  accompanied by her sister, Miss Olive  Stewart.  . The Revelsloke Furniture Co. has  received a car load of furniture and  another i.s expected in about ]0 days.  The company's sign shews up very  prominently on the skyline nf the  John E. Wood's block on First St.  Two young Tucoma ladies wbo had  been visiting at Kelowna. were nearly  asphyxiated at Sicamous on Saturday  evening liy a gas jet in their room in  tbe hotel, which was left burning: and  blown out by the wind. Fortunately  the manager detected the odor of tlie  poisonous vapor in time, but it was  only after some time and vigorous  measures that one of the pair was  restored to consciousness.  For the balance of this yenr ive hnve miido  for intending Home Builders or Speculators.  We Mean what We Say.  iiilcre.sLiiiLj   Prices  on I.ots  Call   Hint   Fiuisfy   yourself.  Real Estate, Insurance & Financial Agents, Revelsloke  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  REAL ESTATE���������  ���������Cft'.ni'la Permanent & Western  n. P. H. TOW'NSn'IC.  JIAKA TOW.NSI'l'Ji.  "TTTIT k TVTr-T A T <   l Cft'.inda Permanent & Western  hi W A \\\   I A I -<       llanailii .Murlh'ngi* Corporation.  ���������*��������� ���������"���������'ln.i-iV'A.*"**'    . j.;q���������itabio*.!iiviii*;s Loan ami lliiililing As  INSURANCE !. |������  soulation.  Mercantile Fire.  COAL FOR SALE,  Imperial Fire.      Guardian Fire.  Canadian Fire.      Caledonian Fire.  Confederiitian Life.      Alius Fire.  IXOUSFS FOR SALE AND RENT,  Address^Revelstoke Station. *  The Eva Bond.  Gtforjie K yd.!, manager of the Royal  Bank branch at Nelson, who arrived  in that city on Monday, states thnt the  second payment of $10,000 on the Eva  group, in Canib.irne camp, was paid  yesterday by the Trnpcriul Development Syndicate, of Nelson, who hold  t'n*___bo.,icl_'_lt)-tli** pr-ip***-!y, -T1-.J**.* pi*niti.  isinpf group is not likely to lack the  necessary facilities for development.  The Fall Asizes.   ���������  The Fall As*-iz:'*.i were held in Golden  yesti'itlay, Judirc Irving presiding.  The counsel present were Chas Wilson, K. C. Jl. A. Maclean, Deputy  Attorney-fieni'i-.i!, G.H. Mi Carter and  T. O'Brien.  There were two cases: Rex v. Haw-  kin?, a horse iti-nhnff cum': Ma(-le,in  for crown, MeCarter fur defence*. The  gland jury returned ''No Bill.''  In the second case Rex v. F. J. L:i.������-  celli's l'nrshootiiic. a Chinaman on his  ranch at Thunder Mill. Kast Kootenay,  last Mny. Maclean for crown, O'Brifti  for defence. Tho jury returned 'i true  bill. Tin: defence *-rl up was  insanity at llu* time of committing  the olfenre anrl the jury brought in a  verdict of not. guilty  on ithat  ground.  The assize ronit opens here on  Sal iiiday nexl," 12l.h inst. There are  nnly two case*-. Hex. v. Sagnla, of  Nakusp, for attempted murder.  Maclean for crown, MiCnrtMr for  .lefrnce, .uid Rex v. Lc^i-isy on n  .���������barge of injuring C. P. Si. property,  Maclean I'or crown.  #  BABY'S   OWN  COUGH SYRUP  .si'Bc:r,\r.r.v fok ciiiLimv.it  EAHY TO TAKK.  Affords   marvellous  and  prompt  relief.  Try a Bottle for 25c.  Phm. B  TKF,. 48.  The P.evelstoke Arch, the Purchase of the Water and Light  Plant and Street Improvements Taken Into Consideration.  Held a special meeting on Monday  evening.     Present  the   Mayor, Aid.  Bourne, Abrahamson, McLeo.d. '"  The objects of the meeting were  (1) To deal with the report of the  Mayor on his visit to Vancouver, (2) to  consider the purchase of the water and  light system, (3) to consider repairs  and construction necessary to be done  on streets and sidewalks throughout  the city, (*l) to pass accounts.  The mayor said that on arriving at  Vancouver it kept him busy to get a  man to put up the arch, lie let a contract for the erection of the arch for  S'200, H. Edward's fare and expenses  were S2j; express on minerals $10.10;  drayageS3; U days hotel bill, .$12;  meals on train $3: total $253.10  Tlie arch was put up in good shape  an^.je_^v_i_i'ie_.___>vhp_saw_.i t_a_d m i ttorl.  that it was the only one there representative of the industries of tlie  country. Being alone he did not have  time to get the press to give a full  description of the minerals and design  of tho arch. However the arch wus  greatly admired and Revelstoke had  no reason to be ashamed of it. Part  of the committee had given him every  assistance but lie never got even introduced to the mayor of Vancouver.  Neither the mayor of Now Wcsl-  iniiihler nor the American Consul had  tickets to the grand stand to bear the  undress made and some of the aldermen were vory indignant over the  treatment accorded to him and them.  Aid. McLeod thought that th!.*.  treatment was very unfair and the  only conclusion that could be arrived  at wus that the city of 'Vancouver  wanted our money.  Thc mayor said that the mayor's  conduct was as much blamed by the  citizens of Vancouver as possible. lie  did not eonsiclur the money ut all  thrown away. One old timer of  fbiti.'ih Columbia told hirn that it  demonstrated to hirn one thing of  wliich he previously had been unaware  wliich w;us thit Kevelstoke wa������ the  centre of the world. lie. disposed of  the mineral by leaving ifc in' charge of  Messrs. Realty Si JLembkc, mining  brokers, who have promised to display  ii, in two windows on the main street  of Vancouver,' wliere it will form a  good advertisement.  Lmder the second head the following  communication was read from tho  Secretary of the Revelstoke Water,  Light Si Power Oo.: "We nre led to  believe that the bylaw for the purchase of our plant has been set aside,  although we have not yet received any  official notice* to that eirect. Wo are  very anxious this fall to complete onr  plans and have everything in rendiness  for an   early   couuuencemont   in   the  spring of the construction of our  waterworks extension. This-'work  will involve a huge sum of money and.  owing to the tightness of the money  market, an agreement between your  council and ourselves fur a tviui of,  say, tenyoars, would greatly' assist us  in disposing of our stuck. We t-hould  be pleased at an an early date to meet  aconiniitteeofyourc.iuric.il and submit onr plans and monthly rates for  street lighting and hydrant rental for  the term mentioned."  Aid. Bourne thought that the proper  thing for the council was to put another bylaw for the purchase of the'  plant before the people and let thetn  vote on it.  Thc mayor thought* tbe councif  should take immediate action along  these lines. It would take a month or  more to put tbe bylaw through.- Tn  the meantime the company ' should be  approached to find out whether they  are willing to abide I13- the old price.  It was resolved to hold a joint'meeting nf the company and a committee  of the whole council on Thursday  afternoon in No2 lire hall lo decide on  sonic action with reference to the  water and light system.   Carried.  Under item No 3 lhe public works  committee were 'instructed to make  a tour o_f inspection round tbe city and  make a report to the next meeting.  ���������-T wo^peti lions���������were���������re'ail~(])-froiii-  residents on Third St. Easl, for a sidewalk and (2) for a sidewalk belween  McKenzie and Connauglu Avenues on  Victoria Road and for a proper sidewalk along Connaught Avenue from  residents in the vicinity. They were  both relcrred to the public works  cornniilttee,  After going into lhc accounts the  council adjourned.    "  XXXQ   PERFECT   DIR/ESS-  Many men have many  minds in the matter of dress  ���������but the dictates of fashion  must be considered.  We make tlie clothes you'  want, correct in style, ofthe  best material, and in a fault-r  less manner.  .There's real distinctiveness in thc garments' we  make.  . Our stock is thc largest  and best assorted in the city.  Your Patronage Solicued   O".   IB.   OE/BSSMA 3ST,  The Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.  W  (������|.  (I������)  w  11.  Orip and Password. -  The Oddfellows" uf Revelstoke enjoyed yesterday a visit from . Grand  Master Hogg of Vancouver:" The two  lodges- in town met in the Selkirk  lodge room last night to receive the  Grand Muster.  Uev. II. F. Clinton, Deputy   Disl  Ol'iiid,   of    British     Columbia,  visit Lolge Royalty, S. O. E. IS.   S,  the wr-'oiirl Tncsdiiy in November.  Part of our Stock has just arrived.      Another  Car   will  be here in a few. days.  Call and inspect what we have just got in.  We will be pleased to show you our goods whether  you buy or not.  REVELSTOKE-FURNITURE^ CO'Yr  rid  will  on  W. R. JTinker, the assistant lo tbo  2nd vici* 1'ivnidi'iil, of the (!. J*. Si. who  has been through (/'.'inula in i-lnugi* ol'  tho royal train, thinks it more I ban  liki-ly that llie train may be shipped  In Kngliiiiil Im* use on roval journeys.  P,olh Ihi- Diii-i* and 'Duchess are  delighted Willi tbe train.  Will open in a few days.  A grand collection of  local" views to choose  from.  WRIGHT PORRITT.  tig  from the  HERALD  ���������I'ri ntcrs  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Oflice  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES',  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.    .  P8STSK Aii'Q B3BC&8  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  PELLEW-HARVEY, ������  BRYANT & GilMAN  - Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, li.C.      Estubllstieil 1800  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  ,  ToRtu made ii*> to 2,000 lbs.  A speululty iiiniio ot <:lit*ekiiiir Smeller  PlllpH.  Sumjiliis from the Interior liy mull or  exiiri-KS promptly iitlomluil to.  OorruspoiiiieiicfsolliiitiiU.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  f-ff*M''f*I**<f<^'f-f*f*^t<f<>f>f<F'f>f>f*ff^  ECOIMIIE]  G-iROWIfcT  The very best on tlie innrlcct todiiy,  Ineliidltii;:  Potatoes, ,  Carrots,  ETC.,    ETC  Cabbage,  Turnips,  ETC.  Also first quality of well cured  Timothy Hay  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROWL.E,  Kevelstoke, B. C.  -C  WANTED.  Wanted immediately a Cook and Waiter.  Wupcs 130 and ?2o respectively. Apply M M.  Buchanan, Pendragon Hotel, Camborne, ontotf  COOK WANTED.  A   Hotel Cook wanted for  an  out-of-town  Hotel.   Wages MO per month.    A  Hkbaid office.  K pply at the  .9-ti.  LOST.  A Flag���������Union Jack���������from the Opera House  on or about January 2nd, 1901. The flag was  UEed for the decoration of the Opera House  for the Trainmen's Ball on New Year's Eve.  The finder will please return same to Hekald  Office. Oct. 9-M.  u

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