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 M  Vol    V.   No S4  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY.   OCTOBER26 , 1901,  $2 00 a  Year in Advance.  (ff*������4^M������i^<*������>*r������������*������V^rV������:������VV������<*r<������C>^;4V  l\ <>  er  3  The largest unci most complete  stuck iii  Kooienay.  TIIK MALTESE BRAND. Hip  anil ICnee Hoots, also Laced anil  1 and 2 Buckle Lumbermen's  Snug Proof Boots. These particular lines of Huliliet* Goods  are guaranteed by us.  Ladies', Gent's and Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  OOtS and  A large importation and n. complete* assortment of SLATER'S  famous Boots and Shoes, King'**,  and Hell's Boots and Shoes,  Weston's Youths' and Children's Boots and Shoes. Tliu  above art! lhe very hest hoot  and Shoe manufacturers in  Canada and the goods are  warranted the best on the  market.  CARPETS,  RUGS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECIAL REDUCTION for  -     -   this month in CARPETS AKC RUCS  ���������Beautiful   selections ��������� choice  .    Patterns.  . The Linoleums are directly imported   and   are    first-class   in  every 'respect.'  Flannel and  Flannelettes  Our stock of Flannel and Flan-  nellettes for this Fall were the  Best ever put on the market  here and met with a ready sale.  and Quilts  "We have jn������t received  a  new   [  line of the ahove articles and   (  placed them  for  sale.    Special  I  Bargains   in .-WHITE   WOOL  Blankets.  inen  Gs-oods  AVe'are showing a splendid line  of Table  Cloths���������bleached   un-  _bleaehed.^colotecl,_=_Tow.elliiigs,_  . Pillow   Casings,   Sheetings���������all  widths.  Gloves!!  Gloves  -lust received au assorted shipment, of Ladies' Kid Gloves  imported from Frace.  A Complete Line  of Groceries  As usual, our stock of Groceries  aril the very hest obtainable in  the markets of the world. Every  art.icle Fresh. Purchased in  carload lots regularly' every  month.  e���������nmtaianaimimaime miiamm  Gent's  Furnishings  Our lines iu this Department j  are most complete and -we  carry a carefully selected stock.  Tliey include the Latest Styles  in Hats���������hard-and soft���������Shirts  White and Colored, Collars,  Cuffs, Underwear, Imported  "Goods,-Hosiery, etc., and we  specially call your attention to  our I niported Underclothing.  Trains Will Be Operated for 65  Miles at First by Electric  Power, But the Motors May  Eventually Be Used. -  Tlie utiiionncenieiit lecrntly liy  President ,T. Hill, of lhe Great Northern, that that road would in the near  future begin the. work of equipping a  portion of the Cascade division for the  adoption of electric motors instead of  locomotives as motive power, it, the  lirst oliicial sanction to the report.*  that have been in circulation mine or  less for tlie p.ist two years to the ell'ect  that Mr. Hill had been duvwling much  of his attention lo the question of a  cheaper motive power.  The investigations lhat have been  made for the Great Northern into the  matter of substituting electric for  steam power for railroad; use have  been under the diieclion of ,T. N. Hill,  the eldest son of .1. Jr Uill, and cover  a period of over Ihree years. The  matter was first brought to the older  Hill's attention by the reports of his  civil engineers to the ell'ect that it  might he found " impracticable to  operate trains through the Cascade  tunnel by means of coal limning  locomotives on account of its extreme  length and the fact that theie is uo  meniisof effectively ventilating it v. itli -  out going to the expense of installing  and operating air motors. But the  investigations that have been made  into the matter have convinced the  oflicers of the road from the president  down that operating trains by water  power conveyed in the form of electricity. This in uch is patent from lhu  fact that tho original plans for tin*"  adoption and use of the new- means  have been greatly extended.  When the plnii was first broached it  merely contemplated the opeialionnf  trains by means oT electricity through  the tunnel, a distance of about two  and a half miles. But now the announcement is made that the electric  improvement will be applied to that  portion of cho road extending from  Leavenworth on the east. side, of the  mountains, to*Sk"yhotiiish,-6u^lhe west  side, a distance of Co miles. And it is  understood that if tlie electric motors  are the success that it is now nnlici-  paeed, they will be imniediately  operated from Everett on the west  side to Wenalehee on the east side, a  distance of 141 tinlcs, and eventually  extended to include the entire mi lunge  of the system.  The porl ion of the road chosen for  the first* application of the experiment  in electric power is one of the most  difficult and expensive portions of the  road to operate on the entire system.  It lies through the wild and rugged  Cascades, the grades are very heavy  on both sides of the mountains, there  are many: miles of snowsheds and  every winter there are numerous slides  of earth and rock which come down  from the steep mountain sides to cover  up the tracks and .endanger the  operation of trains.  . There is one important reason why  the Great Northern desires to secure  and adopt some new and cheaper  motive power for .this, portion   of _ its  the engineers have surveyed and  minutely examined the Skyhomish  river on the west side of the summit  .���������mil several of the streams on the east  side, and one or more of the most  convenient will he selected. Should  tho work on the. proposed impiove-  ment be begun at once it will require  fully eighteen months to install the  appliances sufllieiently to doaway with  the steam locomotives.  ���������Slipper soles  Madison Parlors.  '23c. per pair at the  KiHed   on   His  First  Day    At  Eraking in the Lardo Yard.  On Sunday afternoon a serious accident took place in the railway ynids  at Lardo, which caused She jlpnth of  a young man nnm������d Durkee, son of  Conductor Durkee, who for some time  ran on the line between Nelson and  Procter.  Mr. and Mrs. Durkee, with the son  who was killed resided for some years  in'Nelson, but with the completion of  the first sec-linn ofthe Lui do line  moved up to lhe head of the lake and  took up their residence nt Lnrdo,  where Mr. Durkee had been transferred to act a_s conduct oi* on the new  line. The son who was 17 years of  age had wished to follow railroading  as a trade and having secured a position as a brakeman commenced work  on Sunday. In the afternoon of his  Hrst day he was assisting to make up  a train which was going out and  while changing a switch his right  foot was caught in a frog and the  train which was "backing down was  on him before hu could ge.1 the foot  loose. The whole of his right leg was  terribly mangled and he was dragged  under Ihe- wheels for some distance  before Ihe train could be slopped.  A message 'was at once sent to  Kaslo and the tug He.coles with Dr.  Il.trtin on board started up to Lnrdo.  On its^arrival young Durkee was  placed on' hoard and taken to Kaslo  and to the hospital and all that was  possible was done for him. The leg  was amputated close lo lhe body, hut  his jnjiities,were ,lno -serious,   as. ho  sr'.cciiiiiifed'ittr3^'i*rocK''TTrr--^iciird.iy-;  morning.. The. family came from ..St.  Paul, Minn, to Nelson about four  years ago.  ���������See our special dining'rociin Miits���������  sideboard, extension table ami six  chairs for $25 at Revelstoke Furniture  Co.  A Night With- the Fire Protection Question���������Some Plain  Talk on a Very Serious and  Badly Neglected Subject.  The city council met last night as  usual, present the Mayor, Aid. Nettle,  Abrahanison.-McLeod.  CORItHfsi'tlMlUNtJl*:  Chief -Bain reported the fire alarm  system to he in hud condition, fire  alarm boxes broken .'ind wires slack.  The foundations of Kire Hall No 1 arc  rotten, as also in Gold Hill building  and hoth buildings sinking.  The Mayor thought Ihe best proposition with regard to the lire alarm  system would be (<> find out what they  could wire the system anew for.  Aid. MeLeod asked wlio was looking  after the system.  Aid. Ahrahainson said no one hut  evenifythey were being looked after,  the wires were not properly poled.'  Tlie city clerk said the chairman of  the Fire, Water & Light committee  had hired a C. P. ll. lineman tiiuh.-n-gc  the ball cries with the new supplies.  Aid..Nettle said the same system  worked well in Kamloops. Ile suggested to get whoever it was in charge  there should be asked to inspect our  system and report what was wrorg  with it whether the wires or batteries.  The expense would he small and he  could tell us whether wo need insula!  ed wires or not.  (To be coiilinucil in uexl i-Mio.)  ;The Board of Trade.  There was a meeting nf the council ol  the board of trade held on Thursday  morning.' Present , Messrs Biewster,  Haggen, sibbald, Shaw and T.iylor.  '  , CORItlSSrOXD-EXCE.  Was read from Supt. ICilpattick  staling that it is'lhe intention of the  C. P.'R. comp.tny to establish a siding  and shelter station at an intermediate  point,between Ciaigelhichie and Sicamous next spring, of-which the secretary was instructed l.o notify the  signet!) of the Cr.iigellachie petition  to.jjiat effect and al������o -from H, J.  -Mt'fieitn,' commissioner ~oii-*-rail way  grievances asking to be allowed'to  retain a bill of lading shewing a charge  of $10 a ton on oals from Edmonton,  of which complaint had been' untile.*  It was resolved to instruct the secretary to write to lhe. Public Works  Dept. and XV. A. G.illiln-rM. P.  draw  ing lheir attention to the fact lhat a  steamer is now built atad about to  make regnlitr tiips on lhe Columbia  north ot Revelstoke and asking that j  steps he taken to provide appropriations for the necessary improvements:  of the river for navigation as soon a.s  possihle.  ft was further resolved to draw Goo.  McL. Brown's attention to the mutter  of the rumored sawmill, wliich the Dig  Mend lumbermen are said to contemplate pulling up at Northport, "Wash,  for the purpose of handling thu logs  from their limits up the rivet.  ni  War Office Contemplates  Calling out all Reserves,  Militia, Yeomen and Volunteers.  London, Oct. 2-1.���������An error com-  uiitl.eed by some of the provincial  police has led to premature disclosure*  of thc? fact that the war ollice contemplates the possibility of having to call  out every volunteer in the country.  The War Oflice has distributed to  the police ollieers throughout tho  Kingdom bills, ordering all reserves,  militia, yeomen and volunteers to  r.sport themselves withuol delay lo  headquarters, with the view of active  service.  - These bills are accompanied by  letters ordering that the former he  kept in a safe place until telegraphic  orders to post them up are received.  The police of Lancaster overlooked  the letter and posted the hills, causing  widespread perturbance.  ���������Come and treat yourself to one of  our rocking chairs, a, large variety lo  choose from. Revelstoke Furniture  Co.  The last day for the rebate on the  cily taxes is Dec. 1st. The city cleik  is rushing out the tax-notices and will  have them alf distributed, by the end  of the month.  Tho   French   Restaurant,on  Front  Street, opposite ��������� Morris  & Steed's,   is  again open to the public where, meals.  will'be served to the publicat any h our  of the'day'or night:'"- --"-'��������� ������������������<-*--   -������������������  The subject for the morning. serwc*  in the Presbyterian church' tomorrow  the 27th inst. will be "A prosperous  church." For the evening "The death  of the Heathen compared with that of  the Christian as seen in ' that - of  Socrates and bhe Apostle'Paul."  rexS������5X������������r5������S������S������S������<^^  TIES.  We are showing Ihe most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  C. B. HUME & CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Co  and Bennett Fuse.  '  system, and that is because ofthe  expense of coal, whicli gives both the  0: R. & N. and thc Northern Pacific  a great advantage over the Great  Northern in the expense . of handling  freight on its coast division. The ad:  vantage of the 0. R. Si N. lies in its  gravity .route down the Columbia  rivur fiom the Rocky mountains, and  that of the Northern Pacilic lies in the  fact vthat it mines its own coal at  Roslynat a cost to the company of  from $1 to $1.2.") a ton, while the coal  ofthe Great Northern costs about  $2.75 for the. ordinary product wliich  is used on" the greater portion ofthe  division, and for the Crow's Nest* Pass  coal, which is used on all trains  through the tunnel, the cost is much  greater.  For about thirty miles of .he mountain climb on the Casc-ndo division  each loaded train running o*.er it requires the assistance of a he'.per engine  in addition to the regular engines and  as all of the mountain trains aie  hauled hy the big mountain-climbing  engines the coal consumption is something enormous, amounting to upwards of 250 tons a day, or nearly a  million tons a year. At a difference  of $1.50 a ton in favor of the Northern  Pacific it will be readily seen that the  older road has on account of coal  supplv alone a considetable advantage  over its newer rival.  As the water power for the creation  of the electric power for the operation  ofthe trains under thc new sv-stein  will he taken from one or more of tlie  many streams which exist in abundance along that portion of the system  thc innovation contemplated will  reduce the coal hills of the division  very greatly, if not eventuallv doing  away with them entirely. .Tust which  of the streams the power will be taken  from, or whether one or more?. ha.������ not  as yet been officially   announced,   but*  ���������������������  Read carefully the following -list  of  Bargains  for   MONDAY .Selling.  Prices.    Seasonable Goods'at Reasonable Pi ices.  ��������� ��������� o  Note  thc  low  Three Pieces Double Gold Dress Goods,  assorted colors.   Regular 50c. per vard.  M OND AY, per yard'. " 35c.  Five   Pieces,  assorted  stripes,  Flannelettes.  On Sale MONDAY per yard 7c.  ������stymes  Blue. Grey and Brown and Grey Mixtures ln  Homespun, Eaton Coat, Regular price  $1:5.50 to $10.50. .MONDAY ������8.75  a&kets-  Some interesting prices in this Department  for Mondav selling. See our Special 1'nc of  Tailor-Mide Jackets at ������4.00  ns  Twenty Pairs Lace Curtains, Ti3 inches wide,  three varcls long. While or Ivory in a good  range'of Patterns, [tegular value $1.50 per  pair     MONDAY to clear $1-00  -iic  Ten Pair of our Celebr.'tled Champion White  Woolod lllanketsfll x SI. Regulai' $1.50 per  pair.    .MONDAY $3.75  25C  -Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose-  -25c  Four Dozen Ladies' All-Wool Cashmere Hose,  Store is always on the look out for Bargains.  If so, buy them on Monday at 25c per pair.  nice, sofl. made   Full  Fashioned   and  Seamless.    This  We secured one in Hosiery.    Do you want your share  CEoihEyig1 and     '  Furnishing: Department.  Ten Dozen Men's Wool Fleeced Shirts and  Drawers.    Shirts have double chest. Regular  $1 each.    MONDAY $1.25 Suit  Ten Dozen Scotch Lamb Wool Shirts and  Drawers, all sizes. Regular $3 Suit. Mondav selling at $2.25 Suit  Fifteci: Dozen Men's Wool JSooks, with  double Toes and Heels.    Regular IOc  per pr.  MONDAY 25c per Pair  Twelve      Bows '     Black'   Knap      Reefers,  Large Collar, Best Linings.    MONDAY    $3.25  Ten Bovs Brownie Halifax Tweed  Suits.   Sizes 21 to 25.   Regular -Price $*J,50.  MONDAY '. $3.75  Fifteen TWO-PIECE Halifax Tweed  Suits. Size* 21 to 28. Regular Price $:..25.  MONDAY S2.50  Keep Your Head Cool  FEDOHA HATS���������50;;.  Three Dozen Men's Fedora Hats in Black and  Drown. Kegular $1 and $1.50. MONDAY   ". 50c.  Handkerchiefs  Twenty   and   Twenty-Five Cent Swiss   Embroidered Handkerchiefs. MONDAY 10c  AVe have Ten Dozen Ladies' Swiss Embroidered Handkerchiefs, odds and ends,  ��������� which we picked up at a ridiculous price.���������  To Clear. Mrs. Latecomer does not get first  chance. Regular 20c. goods.  MONDAY 10c.  These prices are for MONDAY only.  Important Speech By Mr. Chamberlain Containing Material  For a New..Roar From the  Irish Party.  New YoitiC. Oct. '3(1.���������A London  Times editoriil says that there is  reason to believe that a basis of a new  arrangement regardir.fr the l-.thmi.in  Canal has been settled by the British  and United States government-*.  St. .Iciiins. Oct. 20.��������� The Duke and  Duchess of Vork started for England  al daylight this, morning. Prior to Uncivil* dinner last night the Duke  conferred the honor of knighthood on  Premier Bond. This is the only  colonial premier so honored during the  Itnyal tour.  Soi-ia, Ocl. 2<i.��������� All negotiations  between the li.ilg.iri.iu government  anil tiie bandits who , abducted Mi.is  Stone have been broken oif.  London-. Oct. 20.���������The war oflice hns  orilei ed Ihe immediate release of tbe  three members of the 3rd Victorian  contingent, who were sentenced to  death heciuse lhey resented being  called ''white livered euro" by General  Beaton.  ��������� EljiNiiinunr, Oct. 2'!.���������Joseph Chamberlain in an address last night; said  that the Imperial 'government would  frame new rules for parliament' to  limit frisli obstruction. They would  also cut, down the Irish representation  in the next re-distribution act.  Speaking of the South African war.  he said. *'l think the time has come  or is coming when measures of greater  severity may be necessary." lie  admitted that the government had  made a mistake as to the length of the  war. .-  Tabloid Telegrams  A pascnger train on the Council  Blu.Y.sand Kansas City Railway was  wrecked Thursday near Fxlive, Iowa,  and three childrenand several othei-s  were injured..  Cresetts broke' the 'world's trotting  record Thursday afternoon at Kansas  City, making the.mile in, 2.09*. His  previotis record was 2.09A. -. - --..-_-., .- -  It was reported on Thursday that*  missionaries at Samakov,, Bulgaria,  had at last communicated with the  brigands who carried off Miss Stone.  A-plot to murder the Shah of Persia  has been discovered. His two brothers  and the grand Yizer were implicated.  It.is reported from Shanghai that  the Empress Dowager of China has,  ordered Li Hung Chang to conduct  the treaty with Russia, as Russia has  guaranteed to protect the Empress at*  Pekin and prevent all foreign  aggressions.  It is estimated that the repairs to  the steamer Hating will cost upwards  of $20,000.  AA   REID & YOU  Orders  Promptly  Attended  to   ���������������-.������������������ *rj*-jf*,ji'jrjcji*j  Huge Railway ."Contracts.  The Cape Colony, in which Lord  Kitchener has just declared martial  law, has bought in Pittsburg J0.GCU  tons ot'steel rails. It will pay about  $5,000,000 for these rails and other  ivuhvay-supplies-whleli-iuMias-ordered-  in the country, including 29 locomotives, to be built by the American  Locomotive Company, a large order of  cars from the'Pressed Steel Car Co...  and a complete equipment for several  hundred miles of a narrow guage.  railway to he built in a sparsely  settled section of the colony. Theso  huge contracts are being made by a  special commissioner, Sir Charles  'Elliott, who says: "Wc have found  by experience that* we can buy better  here than in Europe. .Material is  superior and better adapted to our  country. The long war has practically ruined our railways.���������Hartford  Times.)  O. P.. T. Elect a New Chief.  The order of Pailroad Telegraphers  in convention at St. Louis, declined M.  M. Dolphin'for president, ns had lieen  predicted from the beginning of the  convention by members who blame  him for losing the Santa Fe telegrapher's strike and for other executive  actions not approved hy the majority.  These officers were elected : President, H. B. Perh.-im. St. I_ouis: secretary treasurer. L. W. Quick, Si.  Louis: lirst vice president, John A.  Newman, Wichita, Kan.-, second vice  president. T.'M. Pierson. St. Ixiuis:  third vice president. D. Campbell,  Drayton, Out.. C. Lavmen and A. O.  Sinks were elected to the board of  directors.  Forty Foot of Galena.  Norman Bolton went south yesterday morning having taken a contract  to run a 103 foot tunnel on the Goldsmith group on Goat Mt. in the Fish  River camp. Mr. Bolton fully confirms  the report of .���������> surface shewing on the  property of from 35 to 10 feet of  galena.  >���������<.".-, rii-.v-viurw^*.-^-.**-^-^--*^  ^tbtdlit %t\'M mi ^nitons  %ti\$ Journal,  Published liy  The Bevelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Llmltsd Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Peinl-Wccfkly Journal published In the  iuieresu ot the rallwuy men. mining men anil  business men ot the West. Days of I'llblleaiInn  Wednesday anil Haliuilay.  ADVKK1I.SINQ  KATKS.  Display ads.,*1.50 per inch; single eolumn,  si per inch when Inserted cm title page  l.ecal ads., ill cents pur ineh (nniiparlel) Hue  for Arm insertion! fi cents for eaeh additional  Insertion. Local notices 10 eents per line each  Issue. Uirth, Marriage and Death .Notices  free.  '��������� SUBSCRIPTION  KATES,  liv mall or carrier, ti per annum; $1.25 Ior  six mouths, strictly in advance.  Ol'R .1011 DKI'AllTMEXT.  Isoue ot the best equipped priming ollices In  Ihe West and prepared to execute all kinds ol  printing fn lirstclass style at honest prices,  one price to all. No job too large���������none inn  uniill���������lorns. Mall orders promptly attended  to.   Uivc us R trial on your next order.  TO COKRESrONDKNTS.  Wc Invite correspondence on any subject  of Interest to the general public. In all eases  Hie bona tide name of the writer must iiccoin-  panv manuscript, but not necessarily for  publication.  Address all eoniiiiunlcntions to the Manager.  NOTICE TO CORltESl'ONIlENT.**.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   be   legibly  written on one side of the paper only.  ���������J.���������Correspondence    coiitnlniug      personal  mailer must be signed with the proper name  oi'the writer,  (i. ...GKOliAN, Editor.  Saturday, Octohkh 2ti, 1001.  THE  TIMES  ON   CLIMATE'  The TiliiHs, with the usual fatuous  idiocy of thu avurajfe English newspaper discussing Canadian affairs,  maintain* that British emigration  cannot be expected to be diverted  from tht. Staten into the Dominion  because* the isothermal line of :.20'  runs not very far north of Winnipeg.  Climate is not altogether dependent  on isothermal lines nor theenjoyments  of existence on climate. Life is not  altogether made up of the weather,  though conversation in the old  country i*** very largely dependent  upon it. But even if it did occupy the  tremendous position in'human existence which it does in the mind of  theTimus, it is probable that, in spite  ofCanada's vast extent and varied conformation there is not a country on  the face of the habitable globe in  which catastrophes due to the climate  are so rare. The hot wave which  strikes Canada as well as New England  leaves no such tale of death in Montreal and Toronto as it does in New  York and Boston. The blizzard,  which sweeps across the plains of  Alberta and Assiniboia ' has to strike  the Dakotas before one begins to make  up the tally of its (victims. The dreaded cyclones of Kansas-and the devastating floods of the great Mississippi  valley are catastrophes unheard of  north of the 49lh parallel. Tliere is  no region on earth, where the ordinary  industries of mankind can be carried  on with more reasonable assurance  that the reward will not be irretrieve-  ably swept away by some stunning  natural calamity than they can in  Canada. Even; if the Englishman  accustomed to have to jump around to  keep himself warm in 10 to 12 degrees  of frost, shudders at 25 or 30 below  '/.era under the clear blue winter skies  of Alberta or Manitoba, he need be  choked off by the fallacious reasoning  of the Times. Let him come out to  the Canadian Pacific coast, where he  will bu able to sigh for a. few inchest of  snow and a fortnight's skating to  make "a seasonable Christmas,'' just  as he ii accustomed to do at hpim_.  Dunsmuir's Majority  A special from Victoria to the Kain  loops Inland Sentinel says :  Premier Diuisiniiir's repeated assertions that he will have u substantial  majority at his back when the Legislature meets, have been ridiculed all  over the Province, and he has been  urged to give the names of the members who will support him on a want  nf i.'cmlidence vote. What grounds  iir. Dunsmuir has for claiming that,  he will be supported by the undermentioned members, your correspondent cannot say, but from reliable  sources it is learned that the following  are counted upon as safe :  Hall and lleliiifker���������-Victoria.  Dickie ���������Ciiwii-haii.  Pooley���������l������s<|iiiiiiall.  Mclnnes���������North Nanaiiiin.  JMounce���������C'oinox.  Clifford and Stables��������� Cassiar.  Martin and (���������iliiioiu*���������Vancouver.  Kidd���������Itit-huiuiiil.  Olivet���������Delta.  Munro��������� Chilli wnrk.  A.  W. Smith*���������West Lillooel.  Hunter and lingers���������Cariboo.  E. C. Smith ���������S. F,. Kooienay.  Houston���������Nelson.  Price Kllison���������Kast Vale.  A total of lil, wliich, with the four  .Ministers, Diinsiiiuir, IOherts, Prentice  and Wells,' give the Government a  vole of '������1 in a House nf US.  The Government claim to be iu even  a stronger position than these ligures  would indicate. Their estimate of the  personnel of the Opposition is as  follows:  McPhillips���������Victoria.  llawthornthwaite���������Nanaimo.  Hayward���������lOscpiiiualt.  Neill���������Alberni.  Tatlow and Garden���������Vancouver.  Gilford���������New Westminster.  MclJridc���������Dewdney,  Fulton���������North Yale.  Green���������Slocan.  Taylor���������Kevelstoke.  Smith Curtis���������Kossland.  A total of 12. Murphy, or West  Vale, is looked upon a.s a* possible  supporter of the Government in view  of his avowed anxiety to avoid a  general election. Tho foregoing  accounts for '3d members, out of the  '.'$. The vacancy in Victoria accounts  for one of tho remaining two and  Speaker Booth, now lyingdangeroitsly  ill, completes the tally. Speaker  Booth is claimed a.s a Government  supporter, but he is not expected to  be in his seat when the Legislature  meets. In this event the Government  would have to appoint a Deputy-  Speaker. Allowing for this; also for  the loss of the Victoria seat, and -for  Murphy siding with the opposition,  the Government count upon a vote in  their favor of 22 to 15, upon any want  confidence motion that may be introduced.  A&T&i&ii)^'  '^tited  *i$3 *&������-.-���������  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  B"R C\ Q      Revelstoke  JtlUOi      St.fl.ihi nil.  Hardware, Etc  mmMm&m^mmwmmmmm  Oscar Strauss,  MINING  CONTRACTOR,  CAMBORNE, B. C.  All kinds of mining contracts  taken and work executed in a  workmanlike manner.  home GKRownsr  New Flannel Blouses  There's a, gathering here of smait  American made flannel blouses such us  you'd not expect tc lind outside Toronto or Montreal. There's every new  shade als very tempting styles, altogether its the most attractive collections of dressy blouses ever shown in  Revelstoke.    Keid Si Vouag.  PRICES ON APPLICATION.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riclics  Wc have the name of milking  the only Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for durability and quality  they also excel.   TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  The vory best on the market today,  including:  Potatoes,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also lirst iiuality ot welloitrctt  Timothy Hay  Send orders Ior same to  S. D. CROWLE,  Kevelsioke, II. C.  Largo nnd Well ..ljjlilccl  .Sum file 'ttioin.i   NOTE AND COMMENT.  The Revelstoke correspondent of the  Torontn Citizen and Country nays that  if the Labor party put a man in the  flald here, he does uot think uither of  the local papers will have the Umeril.y  to oppose him. If the man selected is  one or the disloyal, pro-Boor. **Anti-  British brand of the' Citizen and  Country, the IlKfatD knows of one  paper that will have the temerity to  oppose him.  In the County Court of Kootenay Holden  at Fort Steele :���������  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt on the 17th  day of Octotier, 1ED1, it was ordered by His  Honour J. A. Forin, K<q., of ihe jaid Court,  thai Jainu*. Ker������u������on Armstrong, oitieial  Administrator of the County of Konienay, he  admini*-iraior of all and --iniriilar lhe Estate of  William E. Ho****, of Ferguson, B. C deceased,  interstate.  Every person indebted to the-said deceased  is required lo make payment forthwith to the  undersigned.  K'very person bavins; In po'-.-ession effects  belonem:* Io the clece*u-e<1 is required forth-  -.vilh io notify the underM-med.'  Every creditor, or other person, havintc any  -elain*~-^ip<in-or_liiii;rc.*t-:n���������Jlsc���������fllslrtbiitlon-^jf-  the per-onal e.-tait of the **ajcl deceased 1������ required -.\iihln thirty day-- of thi.- date to fend  byrecisicTcd letter addrfc*.--ed to the undersigned, hi- name and address, and the full  particulars of Hi' claim or Interest, and a  statement of liis aecouni, and the nature of the  security, lil any; held by him.  After the evpifhtion ������f the ������nwl thirty c1hi>  the Admini'-L.'-iitiir will proieed wilh the distribution "I uie e-tate. bavin*; regard to those  claim- only oi which lit: -diall have had notice.  Dated at Fort Sieeic this t'th day of October,  llfll.  JAMES FERCU30N ARMSTR0NC,  Oct. 'JJ-l'l. Oliicial Ai!inIiil*.|rHii>r.  Notice of Assignment.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To .I.S. Patterson ancl all others claiming  through hlui any interest in the claims  hereinafter mentioned :  Under the Mineral Act, 1S97, find amendments  thereto:  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat we, Y.  McCarty and II. J. Iliiiirne have performed all  the assessment work <->n tho Kiiirvlow. Ilelchor  Arabian, Victoria IV, Maple .Leaf, Shamrock  aud .Mammoth mineral claims situate in  GroundHogr Ba-dn, in lhc Kevelstoke Mining  Division of west Kootenay, loctated in August  ISM and recorded at Kevelstoke on the ilrcl  September, 18%, and that .1. S. Patterson, the  recorded owner of an interest in the'said  mineral claims has neglected to do or pay for  his *-hare of the assessment, work for the years  ISU9, l'JOO and 1901, and that unless said charges  are not paid within ulnetydays from the lirst  publication of this notice, we'shall proceed to  record said delinquent interest as provided by  Section II of the Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1900.  The cansns returns for Yale-Cariboo  n=t far as complete shew a population  of 51,-10'). Ten years ago it was 10.080.  The figures are yet uncomplete but  ������ven at the present idiewiiipr easily  entitle the district to two members al  least at Ottawa. Other western schedules shew a like remarkable increase,  especially in the case of Alberta whicli  has an actual population of 01.737,  while East Assiniboia millibars 43,HU).  West Assiniboia 10,002 and Saskatchewan 21,823. The case of Alberta certainly culls for at least another member, Saskatchewan will probably have  to be content at prwient with a single  representative, while there should !>.*  some readjustment of the ridings in  Assinboia so as to equalize their.voting  ktrength as far ns possihle. The.ie  suggestions are of court* based merely  on population. If area is taken into  consideration with population Yale-  Cariboo, Alberta and Assinihohi shotild  each have three members and Sn-  ���������ukatchcwan two.  Diuecl at Revelstoke, 11. C ,  September, 1S0I.  this ith day of  aug .  ~   ~ f F. McCarty,  Co-OwnersjHiJ_ Bqurne  Notice to Co-Owners.  NOTICE IS IIEKKRY GIVKS" that Alexander  McLean, o.irrvlnj; ou bu-incss at the Cily  of Kamloops an'! nt tin' I'lly of Kcveli-toln*,  both in the Province of Hrltl-h Columbia, as  dealer In boots and shoes and guiit'i fiirnl-h-  Inns, has hy deed dated the l.������th day of  October, 1001, made under the provisions of  the ������������������Creditor's Tru-t Heed** A������*t," and amend-  in*; acts, assl-rned all his per-oiml e-tnn*.  credits and envoi" which may Lo seized tinder  execution, and al) his real ���������--late to John  Thomas Kobin-ou, re-ldinc al llie said City of  ICaiuloops. Ileal Kstaio A-ji-nt, In trust for the  purpose of paying aud sfi'.istylng raienbly and  proportionately, and without preference or  priority, the creditor- of ihe said Alexander  Mel.ciin their jitit debls.  Thc said deed wns executed by the ***iicl  Alexander McLean, the a*"*ijrour, anrl by thc  --aid Jehn Thomas Robin.-on, the tru.-cce, on  the 1.5th riny of October, iffil, and the said  trustee has undertaken the trttsis created by  the deed.  All persons, flrm-i or rorporatfon**, having  claims against thu -aid Alexander McLean  are required to forward and deliver sitmc.  duly verified, to the -aid John Thomas  Robfnson, trustee iit-i hi������ office, Victoria  street, Kamloops, I!. U.,'011 before the 1 Ith day  of November, 1IJ01, and all persons indebted to  the .-aid Alexander McLean must pay the  amount of such indebtedness to the said  trustee forthwith After the said Mth day of  November, 1001, the trustee*I will proceed to  distribute the assets of said estat" among the  parties entitle'] thereto, having regard only lo  theclalmsof whicli he shall then have had  nolicc.  And further take notice that a meeting of  the said creditors wlli be held at the ofllee of  John T. Kobinson, the said trustee, Victoria  street, Kamloojw, li. ii.. on Thursday, the 31st  day of October, A. I)., 1901. at 2 o'clock in the  afternoon, to decide a-t lo the best manner of  disposing of the said estate.  Dated thc l"th clay of October, 1001.  MACINTYRE & APPELBE,  Victoria .Street, Kamloops, B.C.,  .Solicitors for the Trustee.  To Richard Mcdiarmid.  --���������lender-Mineral���������Act���������1597���������and���������am end men ts"  thereto, notice i.s hcrebv given that,we, Louise  I.eontlne Clraham ancf tins Lund, have performed all ihe assessment work on the ''Golden  Ea-^le" mineral claim, situated on the divide  between French and McCiilliick (Jreeks, al the  head of Ground Hos .Basin in the Uljt Hend  District of West Kootenay, located lfitli September, 1S0+5 and recorded '21 September, ISOi'i  and that Ilichard Mcliiarmld the recorded  nM-ner of one-half interest in said mineral  claim has Tteclected to do his share ol the  work or lo pay for same for tlie vcars 1S98,189'J.  19*MKii-i lilul. Notice i.s hereby given to the  .aid Plchard MeDiarinid that unless said  charges are paid within ninety days of the  Ilrst publication of this notice w-eshall proceed  to record said delinquent interest as provided  by-eetlonll of the ������������������Mineral .Act Amendment  ACt. KM)."  Dated at  K"vel������tok'-. R. C, Sth August, 19<]1,  I..L. UIIAlLt*,    -  BAKEll,  CONFECTIONER,  unci caterer ICtc,  CHOICE GROCERIES. .  . GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  ������iS0X Revelstoke, B.C.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  Ji-Albe-rt-Stone���������Prop  L'0-QY.'ncri.  Cm Lund.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, ln pursuance ol  the Creditors* Trust Deeds Act, l'JOl," that  John Vincent I'erlc.of lhe City of Kevelsioke,  in the Province of Hrltlsh Columbia, Hotel  I'roprietor, has bv dcci, bear!nir date the 10th  day of October, .A.D., 1P01, as-lutied all his  real and personal i>ro[rf-rty, except as therein  mentioned to John lirlnkwater Sibbald, ofthe  "aid City of Revelstoke, General .Airenl. in  trio-t for thepu.-j,o-e of satisfying ratably nnd  proportionately And without nrejudice or  priority, the creditors of tie -������afd John Vin-  e-nt l''*rk������, the Asslznor. and thc snid Trii**tec  has undertaken the tru**t������ created by the said  deed.  All per-on������ having claims axafnsl the said  John vincent Perks are re'jnircl on or ls*fore  the tenth day of Xovernber, A. D.. I*}0Ir to send  to the .tv.tl Trustee ixi'.i particulars of the tonne  duly verified, together willi tbe particular* of  "he security, if any, held by them.  AND NOTICE I.s HEUKHY OIVES that  after the said tenth day of November, lrdil, the  said Trustee will procc-'-d to dNtribute the  a-*s'.*ts amonsr tno������e creditors whose claims  have Men Iodzed with lilm and that he will  not be re������pon**fblc after said date for the asset"  so distributed, or any part thereof, to any  person or persons, flrrn or corporation, of  wlio������e debt or claim he "liall not then have  received notice.  A Meeting of the Creditors of the said John  Vincent I'erks will be held at tho ofTlrc ol  John DrinkwaterSiblml'I, first Street, Iccvel-  stoke, British Columbia, on Saturday, the  twnty-sixth clay of October. A. D��������� 1901, nt the  hour of two o'clock In the afternoon.  Puled at Itevclstoke, B.C., this lath clay of  October, a. I>.,1901.  J. M. SCOTT, Kevelstoke, II. C.  .Solicitor for tho Trustee.  LOST.  A Flag���������Union Jack���������from tho Opera House  on or about January 2nd, 1901. The Dixit was  used for the decoration of the Opera House  for the Trainmen's Hall on Now Year's Eve.  The finder will please return same to Hkrald  Office. Oct. 9���������tf.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  uie  Effective October Hi, K'lll  EASTB0UND  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  Passengers hooked to all  Eastern, Canadian and' U.S.  Points.  Berths 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  Revelstoke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  VsncoUTer.  Ifented bv Hot Air nnd Elcclrle  Hells and Light In every room  Free Hns Meets All Trains  Reasonable Utiles    Night Grill P.o.ui iu (''���������iiiieelion for tlie Convenience of Guests  Hourly Street Car  lletweei' Hotel a.d Station  **************************i*************************  **  fr  fr  -Al  ���������*  ���������*  **  **  ���������*  **  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  I  **  '**f**'I**T'*>'M'**'**M''I**K''M--f*^  Good accommodation.   A good Bar, well supplied with  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets AH Trains.  :     Props.  TKI.KPIIONE.Xo. 101.  T. 0. Tiox 70C  The Prospectors' Exchange  No. 5 K.-W.-O.. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  Cold, Silver Load and Copper Minos wanted at the ������K_J-I_.--.change.  "  Free Millln*; Cold Properties wanted ai once for Eastern investors.  Parties having mining property for sale are requested to send samples of their ore  to the |..*ci*hiin.^e Ior Exhibition.  All sum,iles should be sent by express I'ropald. Correspondence solicited.-*  Address all communications to  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,        Nelson, b.c.  II. 0. PARSOK, President.  M. J.'0'nun..y,aiaiiaRiiig Director  2-e Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.     .  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  Revelstoke, B. C.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.l  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give io good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, etc.  to any pari ol the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken-  All ordera loft at R. M. Smythe's Tobacco  Store, or by Telephone Is'o. 7 will receive prompt  attention.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  , Fish and Game in Season   AU orders promptly filled.  CdrarB^rg.1li. EBYBM50SB, B,S.  - J /  $  incorporated under the  Laws of British Columbia.  -~r. ip [������������������ .rmrrm,T*rr*a������i.tv*j,..jT~m  Capital: $1,000,000 1111,000,000 Shares,  Par Value $1 Each.  BOKSUMinBflsaBBnafiinWBnB Ti.miT������.mmiiua  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NO PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  I ������ tOi  Cambourne Group, 9 Claims.   Oyster Gp������, 6  Located in the Free Gold Fish River Camp, Lardeau  Mining Division,  British Columbia.  ms  Large Ve  200,000 Shares, How Offered at 50 Cents Per Share.  In view oftiie splendid showings of both high ancl low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for the economical  developing and working ofthe properties, it is confidently expected that, not only 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  Official Broker,  Revelstoke, B. O.  P. O. BOX 700, NELSON, B. C.  LEGAL,  Marysville Refinery.  JM. SCOTT   II A��������� LL.lt.  liarrislcr,      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,  McKenzie Avenue, Kevelstoke Station.  Jionoy to loan,  Etc  pjAP.VEY, M'CAKTER .*i PINKHAM  lirtrrlslors. Solicitors Kti!.  Solicilors for linnerlal Hank of tlanada.  Company funds to loan nth per cent,  l''ilt������T S'iUl'.l.T, Kevelsioke Station, 11. IJ.  CHURCHES  MKTIIOIHDT CIIUItl'H,   II1.VKI.HT0X B.  I'rcaehlue: services at 11 a. ni. and 7:110 p. m  Class nicelin^* at thc close ol llie iiioriiliiK  service. Sabbath School and lllble Clais at Hum  Weekly l'niver MuuIihk every Wedncday  evenlne; at 7:lltl. Tliu public arc i-urdiiilly  Invited.   Scats freo.  Rev. C. Ladnku, l'astor.  ST. IT.IKHS rllUUCII, ANUI.ICAN.  Klltht u.in., Holy Eucharist; 11 a.m., lnallns,  Llliuiy unci scrinciii (llolv Eiicharlst Ilrst Sun-  dav ln ihe niontli); 2::io Sunday scliool, or  children's service: 7::iu Uvcnsom; (elioral) und  sennon. Holy Days���������The Holy Eucharist Is  celebrated at 7 a.in. or8 a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism alter Sunday School al tl:lA.  c. a. rnocu.s-iiiii, itccior.  I'BKHIIYTI.UIA.S'  C'llUIICII,  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:3tl p.m.  to which all arc welcome... Prayer incellne; nl  S p. m. every Wednesday.  m:v. w. c. C.u.i>i:ii, l'astor.  roman Catholic cn umicii .  Musi   nt 10:tiO a. in.,   on   lirsl,   second  nud  foil rt li Sundays lu the month.  '     IlKV,   PAIIII'll   TIIAYKII.  SALVATION   AllMV.  Mcellnif every Hliflil In their Hall wn Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. z6, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wednesdnv in  Oddfellows' Hull a IS o'clock  Visiting Knights invited.  Ij. II.  Buck, C.  C.     :    :    :    :    :    :  F.l.!. 13. Lewis, IC. oi*' K. Si ti.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular meetings are held In thc  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Krl-  day of each inontli, al S p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  W'.G. BIRNEY, Iteo.-Scc.  IZJJU1 Mi������^Jfj/a. w,jn���������.-**.tB������*p-.^*crgrKm  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo ���������Lots on Sale��������� 2oo  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek with  fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated'at the base of  the* Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks. '  -GiRGLE-GIT-Y--is���������absohitely^surroundedJ^by^^Mii-iin"g~"Properties"~n'6'\v'7^iinde"r_  Development.        .    '"   . . . ���������        . .  Which will be utilized next Season bv Concentrating.  Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT  TO THE GENERAL AGENT, -  ONCE-  Q. B. BATHO,  Ferguson, B. C.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  lloyal School nf Minos, London.    Seven years  ul  Morfa   Works,  Swansea.     17   vears  Chiel  Chemist  to Wigan Coal and  Iron Co.,  Eng.  I.ute chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  iFergtison, B.C.  Studio...  *  Is now open for business.  MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY   AND  SATURDAY,  Hours:  io a.m. to 2 p.m.  Ladies requiring portraits taken,  of themselves or "their children  are requested not to wear white  dresses or have much white  material round thc neck.  .  Co'me and see my local views,  cloud effects, telcphoto views,  pictures ofthe moon, etc.  .Thunderstorms and blizzards  will be added as opportunity'  occurs. *  Wright Porritt  '*********4*****l-****l.*l'**M**+'l'*  PELLEW-HARVEY������������������=|  BRYANT & Qiimm |  Mining. Engineers x%  and Assaye'rs, sj  VANCOUVER, Il.C.      Established 18M    g  Ued Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each inontli; White Hose 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,  Purs Cleaned ancl Repaired.  JUST EAST OF  PRESBYTERIAN, CHURCH  Third Street.  ���������Sunator fieorgn Turner, ono of the*  promoters'of this .Marysville smelter  und refinery and interested in the  Sullivan mine, lias stated to the Nelson  IMiner that, his company' intends to  electa, load refinery witli the proposed  smelter.'  The .senator in substance stated that  Llie low price ol' lead had mnde it  pi'iiel.ieally impossible; for silver-lead  mines having oro ol' an ordinary grade  to make any profit liy sending their  output to llie smelter.**, in the United  States and pay the exorbitant freight  and treatment charges imposed hv the  smeller trust.  Contemporaneously with the election of the smelter it is the intention  to put up a lead refinery. lt is contended by Senator Turner unit his associates that by smelting the ore in  British Columbia and refining it in  tlie same plant* they can find (������.  market for their lead, and that mines  of it comparatively low grade win tints  be made to pay. As far as a market  is concerned, first, there is the home  market to be supplied and then there  are lhe foreign markets.  The   American    lead   trust   ji:iy������   -!  cents a pound for lead   to  the   Oiitcd  States mine owners,  aiul   can nut   afford to go outside of Lhe United St,iti**i  to market the lead, bul this is not   tin*  ease willi the*   !>i'ili-*.i   ( Yihiitili ,1   producer of lead.      lie  en'.l 'bid .1 !:. '.;��������� .-'i,  in the   Orient:.      Chh'.i,   '*'c>,'   t;is'..'.:  v  uses an enoi mon*. c;U,,:.* it;    ')'!���������."  wrapping tea, and tin-..'   '.    -   ,   \.  been a steady .'.ml reii..'-**- 11 .uki>.  it there.  Lead will noi. always lvm.."     ��������� .  present price, and o.i- iea.soa  value has fallen is owing lo L���������  China, which has lessened Ue   >���������    ..  of   tea,   and   as   a result Il-s-Om.  consumption of lead.      Xow   tital   >*.  troubles in China are about   over   tii  production will soon  become   iiiii-ni.'.l.  and there will be an increased demand  for lead, and   as   a   lCsiilt   of   this   a  market far the lead of Brilish   Coluinliiii at betler'prices.    1 le contends that  there will be  no   competition   iu   the  Orient from American   lead;   but Unit  the British   Columbia   producer   will  have to meet Lhe competition   offered  liV Lite   Spanish   and   the   Australian  lead.  In speaking about when the smeller  would be completed the senator said :  "We are going to Kast Kooienay to  look over the ground, and if the  winter is an open one we will be able  to have our smelting and refining  plant finished and in operation by  Miirch 1 next year, but if tlie winter  is inclement it may be May 1 before it  is finished. The intention is to have  two furnaces of jloO tons each, so that  one.will be able to relieve the other.  At first we will operate only one of  the furnaces. It is intended to,reduce  the ore of other mines, and as the output increases additions will be-made  from timo to time, in accordance with  the requirements. ' . _  . ".East Kootenay already has three  great producing mines���������the Sullivan,  the St. Eugene and the .North Star���������  and a number of others are being developed. Even at the present price of  lead the ore of tlio Sullivan will aver-  ago $22 to tho ton, and we are certain  tliere'is no doubt with a smelter and  refinery it can be made to yield handsome dividends.���������.Movie Leader.  Certificate of Improvements  zcstotioe.  "O.K." Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kevelstoke Mining Division of West Kootenay  District:  Whero located:���������In Ground Hog Basin, on,  McCullougli Creek.  AKE NOTICE that I, Charles r. Lindmark  Itevclstoke, Kree Miner's Certilicate No. 11  tutu, intend, *-ixty clays from the date hereof,  apply to tlie Mining Reeoidcrfor  a Ceilili-  te   ol   Improvements,   for    the  purpose   ni  -s-rtnhiing a Crown Giant-ol-tho-iibovc-ch'.im.  And further take notice that action' under  Suction '���������!'��������� must be commenced before lhc  issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Da'ed this Sth day of August, A.D., 1901.  Anp 17'Jni CHAS. P. LINDMARK.  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Tests made up lo 2,000 lbs. @  A specialty made of cheeking Smeller (���������)  Pulps. ������  Samples from the Interior hy mail or ft)  express promptly attended to. (ix  Correspondence solicited. @  VANCOUVER, B. C. &  *+*f*I'*f*I''f>f*f*f*I.*i*+*f'V'l'':.*'f**t*f.r'*f*T.*J**J*.|i  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  L. ScMider..  Successor to I). Jenkins.  Manufacturers of������������������  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing- of Boots, Shoes  and Harness, a Specialty.  Is in a position to give as pood 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 large or too small for THE HERALD.  OPPOSITE HERALD   OFFICE.  Certificate of Improve ments  HOTIOE.  Gold IIIII Mineral Claim, situate in the  Itevclstoke Mining l.ivlslon of Kootenay Ills-  irict.  Where Localed: In Ground Hog Ilu'ln, on  McCullougli Cieek.  TAKK NOTICI: that I, C. II. Hume, Free  Miner's Certlllcnlc No. II, -liSiW, intend, sixty  da\s from tlie dale hereof, to apply to the  Mining Uecorder fur a Certlllcate of Improvements, for the purpose nf obtaining a Crown  Urn lit of tlie aliove ctalin.  And further lake notice that action, under  Section :I7, must lie commenced before the  Issuance of such Certlllcate of  Improvements.  Duted tills Illl day of September, I'.mi.  Oct. 11���������tf  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The  choice  land   nortli   of  track,  between Tapping's and I.oug's, will  .,  be  subdivided for sale as  soon as  possible.  a M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  P. O. llox, I'i"..  TO CARPENTERS!!  SAWS   FILED!!  15 Years Experience.  TIME TABLE  WRIGHT PORRITT  OLD OPERA HOUSE.  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU.  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Landing and Comaplix, commencing* October  14th, 19ul, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix twice dally���������ltlk. and 12k.  Leaving Comaplix and liorn'on's Landing  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:13k and 12:45k  Making close connections with all C. P. It.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reserve the right tochange times  ol Failings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  WANTED.  'Wanted immcdlatclv ft Cook aud Waiter  Wages$50and 125 respectively. Apply M.M  Buchanan, Fendragou Hotel, Camborne. oct9t  Crow's Nest Pass   Coal Lands  One of tin*, conditions of the contract  between the Dominion government  unci the Canadian Pacific Railway in  connection with the construction-of  tho Crow's Nest Pais railway was that  the government should receive 50.CO0  .-imus nf coal lands belonging 10 the  C. P. R. and situated in the neighborhood of the Ciow's .Vest Pa;..-*. These  lands are one-fifth nf the coal I-intls  grunted by the Briti.-h Ci'ltiinhm.  government to the British Cohm-l'i.-i  Southern iiaihv.iy Co., whose 1 liat-t.-i  was acquired by the C.i'.K. ri:x.' *��������� '-*;"  oftheseco.il   hinds   ti������   thi*   D ���������������.:''.i.."i  gOVvl rullrut���������ri^n-fn-Vv*-?���������nr-^r���������^Ti'.* l=  "'*���������'���������-  ti) I'ontL-iil tiie price.- cf i-i-.il v .iu* ti,    -  in)!, centres.    The lime 1". is  1.1. t   ci,,  for the   governmont   to   .-ei. .        h>  lands and Col. Taylor, c'nlef ci..     ��������� >r  the Pitts-burp Coal Cn.. has in-**.. 1 "-  6  to make this selection.    Col.T.*5c'*  said to' be   one   of   the   best   >ji. ���������',:.,,  experts iu the United States.  Very few people are aware of the  immense wealth of coal coiiLaincu in  these deposits. The total estimated  area of the coal lunds covers about  2:K) square miles with a total lhirkm.*.-s  of over 210 feet. In this thickness  there are some irregular intervening  layers of non-combustible materials or  impurities iu tlie coal, but after making a generous allowance for these and  deducting some of the .smaller seams,  it is estimated that there will be a,  thickness of UO feet of good coal.  Calculating on this thickness, one acre  of coal lands would vield 15.'J.4S0 tons,  and its there are 220 squill e miles, equal  to 117,200 acres, it wilijhe at once seen  that the coal supply is almost inexhaustible.  This coal area is described as being  in shape like a long, pointed triangle  with its base to the south. Its greatest length is illicit 35 miles, north and  south aud its greatest width about  IU miles. The qu.-.lity ofJ the coal is  good and it is of a very suprior coking  quality, but there are some difficulties  and danger* to be encountered in mining which it may be diflicult to entirely  overcome. Owing to' the bituminous  character accumulations of .gas are  encountered, but with proper ventilating apparatus there is little to be  feared Irom this source. The great  thickness of the seams and the tenderness of the coal will, it is expected,  also prove to he obstacles in the way  of cheap and complete extraction.  Great piessme upon the workings will  probably be expeiienccd, as the levelsi-  uin in seams from the bottoms of the  valleys, some 3.000 feet below tbe surface of the plateaus, but modern engineering science may be depended  upon to overcome these difficulties.  On ths whole the conditions for mining  are regarded as favorable.���������Commercial.' ram  HB  '���������^L&^^is^''  !,?������-���������,/aw^v^^^^^  CHINA  ���������������-'l''i*'l'4-*4.*-t+*l-'t'-l"l"l'*l"l"l"l"l"l"l"i"t'l"l'  %  fr  fr  fr  fr  and a lot of Beautiful dishes ������  ��������� JAPANESE," have just J  fr  fr  X*  fr  *  -f  i  +  +  4  been opened up at  CanadaDrug & Book Co  REVELSTOKE..  j Japaeese Napkins always'in ������  f stock���������35c. per hundred. ������  2. *  fr }.**********.************ *  MARRIED  I.Fi.i.-AKiiSTHONfs���������At the residence  of the bride's patents. Medicine Hat.  on the 22nd inst. by Hev. .1. XX.  Snunbv, T. Hell. 0. P. H. brakeinun  to .lime eldest daughter of Mr. .las:  Armstrong, roailmaster.  Cohsou-.Iowktt���������At, Trout Lake, on  Saturdav, Oct. II), 11)01, by the Ht-.v.  S. .1. Green. II. li. Godsoe to Miss K.  .iowell, both of Trout Lake.  TJ^ITILO^L  t. Chances of Fine Barmiir.s !  iglit  Notes of News.  A. A. Clark i* to be postmaster at  Caniboriie.  ��������� !���������_���������."> good, strong, serge pants, to  oriler, at, K. H. Wilson's.  Andy Craig of Thomson's Landing  was in town Thursday.  Prof. Hichardson. of Calgary, the  astrologer of the Albertan stall', was  in town yesterday.  --Order your fall and winter suit  from H. S. Wilson.  XV. A. Bauer of Vancouver, the well  known surveyor lias been in town this  week.  Mining R������corder Scott, of Nakusp.  was in town yesterday on liis return  from attending court at Kamloops.  \V. White, formerly a member of  the Revelstoke bar, went through 011  his way east from Dawson on Thursday.  ���������Now is the time to leave your  orders for fall and winter overcoats  Best of workmen and material. U.S.  Wilson.  Messrs. Vuole Si Abrahamson have  commenced the excavation for Postal cRae's new residence opposite tho  Methodist parsonage.  Frelz's old burnt building opposite  the Climax, which has graced ? First  St. since last April was demolished  yesterday by the board of works.  J. Savage, a former resident and  businessman of this place, was in  town on Thursday from liis present  home in Salmon Arm, on a business  visit.  Services in St. Peter's church tomorrow, Twenty-first Sunday after  Trinity, will be as usual, at* S and 11  a. 111. and 7:30 p.m. Rev. C. A. Procunier officiating.  Tom Horn as foreman and a force of  men have commenced the winter's  -work on the Black Warrior, which  Mr. Horn bonded on Monday last to a  Winona syndicate.  At the regular lodge meeting on  Tuesday, Lodge Royalty, S.O.E.U.S.,  passed a resolution of condolence with  Bro. R. Tapping on the serious and  continued illness of Mrs. Tapping.  The Salvation Army are giving' a  magic lantern service at* S o'clock tonight, which will be conducted by  Knsign Andrews, of Spokane. The  price of admission is 15c: children  10c.  Householders who wish to vote at  ' the next municipal election must  register their names with the City  Clerk before December 1st and pay  their road tax. Non payment of road  tax disqualifies housoholdeis from  ��������� v o t i 11 g:~ ���������������������������-���������^=1������������������--"=���������  Sawyer     Bros..  Lardeau   Power   A:  ���������u'ranged  to itistal  plant in Ferguson,  ' savs,   will   be.     in  Christmas.  veralls and Jumpers,  dooming Cheap to me.  ^specially pleased to get  easonable Prises  111 Clofchi'ig, Hits, Boots and Shoes,  nice  i shall wo ontlaa'-'or to hold   our present ons-  to'nnrg and g.'t. mir-i bv Ice-iping in stock the  fineet nn-j   newest, lines   of   Dress   (j'tods,   Union  Marte Hoots nnd Sines   Curpr-ts, Tnliid  Linoleum,  Floor Ol'ith.'IIit'Ji an.l nap**, Curtains ; everything  m tlie Furni-ihin^ Ijines.  Wake Up  Watches,  GS-mOILGKE,   Mackenzie Ave  GEORGE,   Mackcnsia Ave  All sorts and conditions of  men require all sorts and  conditions of medicine. We  have the very best for each  man's need. The weather  necessitates attention to the  health, and many simple  remedies there arc which*wc  can give you, saving you,  perhaps, a severe illness.  G. F. CURTIS  The Druggist.  TAYLOKBLOCK,        -      -  AND  RICH THiO PARG.UNS AT  GUS'  liAltliK.irs IN  j Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Fiat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  ������*-***������**^^,*w-**^*������*<r**r-*r-*^  1 ~  NOTARY  PUHLIC,  ���������Frush cakes, buns, etc., at LHitler's  bakery.  ���������Kmbroidery needles, 10c. package  ut Madison Parlors.  J. T. Kobinsnn of Kamloops, aiiived  in town this inoriiing.  Hon. XX'. C. Wells and his secretary,  XV. McNeill, are in town today.  The very latest novelties in ready  wear hai *������ just arrived  Parlors.  11. 11. Ramsay left this morning for  Golden to paint the new Imperial  bank building.  ���������The latest���������the Gibson brooch and  sash pin, also the newest in fancy hat  pins at the Madison Parlors.  H. G. Parson, president of the  Revelstoke Wine -to Liiquor Co., came  in trom Golden last niglit.  ���������A fine line in ladies' oak desks,  guaranteed the very best. Gall and  see theiii at Kevelstoke Furniture Oo.  ' Grand Master Hogg of Ihe 1. O. O. F.  came up from the south last niglit and  went on to visit Vernon.  A. Howe of 1'. Hums it Go's, stall' is  suffering from a nasty cut inflicted by  x saw, with which he was working.  The voting on the debenture bylaw  takes plate next Thursday, Oct 31st,  be; ween Ihe hours of S a.m. and -1 p.m.  in No. '2 fire hall.  Miss Kva Hobbs left yeslerday for  Vancouver, where she will reside till  next* April to attend the winter session  of the Normal s-choo!.  J. E. Ross, D. f.. S.. has fixed the  the northern limit of the G. P. P.. land  belt on the Big Bend trail, half it mile  imi th of Games creek.  The Fred. Kobinsnn Lumber Go. will  commence the erection of a shingle  mill at Wigwam Monday, which will  be ready for work in two or three  weeks. _   J������G-J313<r 1?   POB  REAL ESTATE���������  fl. 1'.  It. TOWNPITK.  MAU A TOWNSITK.  C11VT 1 TWPI A T     (C-imi'l-i Permanent it Western  '       Fill A I'll .1 Al - .       lliiimilu Miirujiu.** C!oriii>nillnii.  x iiiunuiii^   < Equitable.'������������������.villus 1,i>iiii.ui.1 iliiililiii���������'  INSURANCE!   jgjffi  Association.  Mercantile*,I  Ire.  Iinpcriiil Fire.      Onarilinii 1'in*.  .11 l*'irc*.      Cliiicilciiiiiiii Kire.  ratian Life.      Alius Kire.  1IOUSKS FOR SALIC AND IUCNT,  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ������  Personal    Paragraphs   Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  . Daily Rounds.  The pay checks hit town  yesterday.  Better late than never.  - Cond. Crump is doing the work of  trainiinsterat Field during C. Carey's  absence..  Geo. McL. Brown, C. P. K. executive  agent at Viincover came tip on this  morning'.'. No. 2.  B. Currie. the popular C, P. R. agent  at Salmon Arm. spent last Saturday  and Sunday in town.  .Engineer J. Jenkins and Mrs.  Jenkins returned on Wednesday from  a visit to eastern Canada.  There was not a. car of freight in the  yard yesterday afternoon, which presented a most unusual appearance.  Section Foreman Nels Anderson is  husy replacing ties in the C. P. R.  yard.    He has  a thousand  new ties to  representing    the  Light  Co..   have  an   electric   light  which,   the   Eagle  operation    before  A handsome n������w drop curtain has  been hung on the stage in the Oddfel- j  low's hall, and is much admired by all  who have seen it. It was painted by |  T. H. Diinne, of Kevelstoke, and represents very faithfully that portion ol  Long lake known as the "railroad."  Other ������c������nery for the back 11 nil wings  ��������� has been prepared by the SMiift art ill.  and is daily expected to arrive.*���������  Vernon New*-.  The Nakusp shooting case wa.s tried  before Judge Walkem and a. ICainlocips  -jury ������n Wednesday. The verdict was  Ituiity of shooting with intent lo do  grievous lwdily harm. In his address  lo the jury the judge noted the fact  that there had lw:en within a, recent  period no less than 41 cases of assault  with deadly weapons before., the  courts in Kamloops, all tho prisoners  except two, being foreigners, and he  declared that this thing had to be put  down. The judge* took till .Monday to  decide on his sentence, as he thought  /.angola's wife deserved consideration.  An opportunity for investment is  furnished by the announcement, which  appears in our advt. columns that' the  townsite of Circle City has been laid  out and lots are now on the market.  The new town belongs to H. M. Carter  and Ij. Thompson, two well known  Lai'd<sau pioneers and is situated seven  miles from Ferguson on tbe north fork  of the Lardeau. It is surrounded by a  number of promising mining proper-  ' ties, which railway construction will  next season place in easy touch with  modern methods of transportation  and considerable development may  certainly be looked for in the camp.  Circle City lots are a good ,buy.  Mr. "Wells, at present of the Dawson  post ollice staff, and at one time about  six years ago. G.P.K. hageage master  went through to Turontoj on lhis  morning's No. 2.  Messrs Taylor & George arc* putting  two large pla'.e glass windows into the  front of their store in the T.iylor block,  thereby greatly adding" to its appearance. The slu-els of glass -ire tbe  largest in lown.  The Big Bend gnjcl brat rlet. pur  chased by the ladiri* of the 1 luspital  Aid Society at.). Guy Barber's si ore.  was forwarded to Lady Mint..;  Wednesday lust, by Mrs. Bruce  Lawson. secretary, of the* society.  Messrs. Folliott Si McMillan, the  Sandon contractors, left with a party  of men this morning for Laurie where  they will comm.'iici* tin' work of  removing the old Jlorui'-P ivnc* concentrator from that point lo the; Payne  mine, Sandon.  The city of Vernon i.s planting lO'JO  .���������.hade trees on the streets of the town.  This is a lead in which Kevelstoke  would do well to follow sii'l.. XVr have  one of the most beautifully situated  ar.d uiiLidy looking towns  in    Cm.-ida.  COUGH SYRUP  SI'KCTaLI.Y FOP. CHIMlltEN  EASY TO TAKE.  Affords  relief.  marvellous   uii'l  prompt  Try a Bottle for 25c.  W. Bews.  BROWN BLOCK.  Phm.  TEL  B.  48.  put in on liis section..  Despatcher Dan Stearinah i.s away  on a three weeks holiday "in California.  He is relieved by despatcher .1. ,J. Shaw  ofthe Vancouver oflice.  The Ii. of L. E, are expecting a visit  from *.T. Kennedy, the gcnei al chairman of their advisory board wbo  succeeded Chas. E. Pope.  C. If. Graudoii. chief clerk in Supt.  Downie'.*) ollice in Nelson mid brid*. aie  spending their hon**yinoon at lhe  cci.i*>t. They wen* married in Nelson  last Monday.  It is undnrstood tlMt Train Dispatcher Law of Ciimbrook, li is tendered his resignation, to be ln-ule chief  train dispatcher of the Great Northern  Kl Spokane*.  Capt. Troup passed through on  Thiu-Mlay from the- cast, when; he has  been on busine.-s connecte-.l with pro  viding new steamers for the C. P. It.  company's Pacific; fleet.  ' T. Jackson, a brakeman, met. with ;i  serious accident lust Monday week  while coupling tin* Kimberley coach  in Mn* Cr.-iiibiook yards. His right  hand was caught and his thumb and  tr.-o fingers badly crushed.  The Lal-deim Hagle says that the  O. P. Tt. will noL build a whnif at  either Twin Falls or Trout Lake* but  will build right in to Ferguson ou the  old Kaslo and Laielo-Duncan survev  by way of the? eastern shore of Trout  Lake and Silver Cup Pass.  John Fraser, provincial store keeper  at Cranbrook, has resigned to accept  a position with the Crows Nest Pass  Coal company, ar.d it is understood  that Mr. Maynes of the maintenance  of way department, is slated for the  position.     The  change takes place at  the end of this month.  11  Locomotive Foreman fcattemin is  transferred rrom Cranbrook to Swift  Current, .ind S, J. Hungerfoi'd replaces  and was also ou the Central Vermont.  He comes here from McAdani, at  which.point he was in charge of the  extensive shops there.  i\Ir. Thompson, formerly agent at  Macleod, has been made* agent at Elko,  and Mr. At wood, now agent at Elko,  goes to Fort Steele Junction as agent.  Mv. Willson. at present agent at.' Fort  Steele Junction, takes the agency at  Crows Nest, and Ihe present incumbent there is to be placed as agent at  Blairmore.  George W. Reese, a car repairer,  while at work in the Cranbrook  yard last week, was h-nlly injured  by the car dropping on him while he  was employed beneath it. The* jack  with whicli the car was raised slipped,  causing the accident. The victim was  taken to the hospit.il and given every  care and is recovering rapidly at this  writing.  The line through McGilvarys cot,  just below the loop on the Crow, has  been changed, having been put 200  feet further away from- the sliding  gumbo. To do this the Michel river  had lo have its course changed. This  ivill do aw-iy with a great source of  diflicuity from sliding gumbo banks,  which have bothered the operation of  "tlnTliTTtTiii wet weiitlu-r".  A������������rcss^eveistoke Station  DRESS ���������.-Bcasffl^  Many   men   have    many  minds in thc matter of dress  ���������but thc dictates of fashion p������j  must be considered. ��������� vP  We make tlie clothes you pf  .' want, corrcct.in style, ofthe W  best material, and in a fault- W>j  less manner. - (||  There's   real   distinctive- W  ness   in   the   garments  we (H  niake:-''' " ^  % - *      . ****^  Our stock is the largest <H  and best assorted in thc city   <H  B.   CJIR/ESSJMI.A.IISr ,  1 he Art Tailor," Mackenzie Ave.  " XVE AME OPF.NING UP OUR SECOND CAR! Li a, day ov  two we shall,have everything in line, when* wo shall be pleased to  soo you. Our goods have all been nuido fo our order. They are not  old warehouse worn goods that aro shipped out here and palmed off  as new���������the same as niiiny'goods that; come out here, and sulci ab  millionaire prices.   WATCH THIS SPACli NEXT ISSUE !  REVELSTOKE  List Sunday week K.Eakins, George  Tedlock, Art Mallinson and J. lilryans  were returning to Qranhrook on an  hand car, and owing to ,-i miscalcu  lation of their time, met the afternoon  passenger on lhu high grade*, west of  Fort Steele Junction. It was at a  curve and they only had time to slow  ��������� low n and jump for their lives down  the Ti.) foot embankment,. The handcar was struck hy the engine and  thrown afier thi'in, n bunch of kindling woci'l and scrap iron. The passenger train slopped, picked up the men  and took ihpin lo Fort Steele Junction,  where word was telegraphed to Crim-  brook for an engine lo biing lhe  victims back to town. ft was found  thai Kukins had ii fiacturi'd ankle,  Ted'ock a badly bruised side, while  Mallinson and Hiyans escaped without  a sera Ith.  First Canadian Winner of V. C.  ' Thomas Tail. Manager of Transportation of ilie C. P. li., in Lompiiiiy  with .Miij'ii'Cockbitrn, V. C. Toronto,  the: 11 ist Ciuiiiilinn lo win the Victoria  Cross in Soulb Africa, is expected lo  he in Koiiti'iiay in a few days. Mr.  Tail is the hero's lirofher-in-law, and  lhey will spend .some* time in li. C.  The* story of Major Gockburn's  gallant woik while engaged with the:  second Canadian contingent is now so  well known that it is no news to retail.  How Major���������then Lieut. Cockburn���������  while in charge of a handful of brave  Canadian volunteers, covered the  retreat of a field battery and suffered  terrible lire J rom the pursuing Boers;  and how thev stood thpir ground until  only five remained, who have been  taken prisoneis, has been retold many  times.  Major Cockburn. V. C, is now attached to the Governor-General's Body  Guard.  L. O. L. No. 105S will hold a memorial service in honor of their late  Grand Master. Hon. N. Clarke Wallace. The service will lie held on  Sunday, Nov. 3rd, at .'1:30 p. tn., in the  lodge room, Oddfellow's hall. Kev.  Mr. Calder will deliver the memorial  oration. ��������� and lit;vs. Procunier and  Ladner will be asked to assist at the  service. The choirs of the Presby-  feri'in aud Methodist churches will  provide the musical portion of the.  service. The public are invited to  attend the service.   *  K. of P.  Conformably to the request of the  Supreme Chancellor Coiuniaiider of  lhe Knights of Pythias, the Grand  Chancellor of British Columbia, N.  liiims, has issued instructions to all  subordinate lodges in the domain to  drape altars and charteis in loving  memory of our deceased brother, William McKinley, tht: martyred president  of lhe United,Stales. In compliance  wilh the above the altar and charter  of Cold Kinge Lodge, 20, K. of P., of  this town, have been suitably   draped.  Lauder's Mm  I'or everything 1'resli nml New  nttjIT CAKE        MADI.lItA CAKE  SI'OStiB CAKE     SCOTCH CAKE.  I.AHY KINOKl'.S   MACCAKOONS  CUU.'CANTIIU.N'S DIN'XEK 1101.I.S  J'lil-T I'AftTltV      1'IICS.  TAKTI.ETS HUSKS for lnfnnts  OUR SPECIALTY:     DECORATED CAKES.  I'rompt delivery to nny pnrtof town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  wm  The Goldbug Group.  E. McAdain left yesterday inoriiing  for Golelfii'lds, Fish River, where he  will be joined hy St. F. Perry anil proceed to probpect the. leads on lhe  Goldbug group with a, view to determine the best point to start work ou  this -properly in the early spring*.  The ore samples taken from out* r.f lhe  leads of the Goldbug group this.fall  weie of sufficient richness to warrant  the maturing of plans lor systematic  development, just us soon as spring  opens up. The owners of this group  are all Revelstoke people who are  enthusiastic believers in the future of  the great free-milling gold camp of  Fish River.  ..FALL MILLINERY.. I  is now being shown in  our new store. Law-  son's old stand ....  Millinery, Stamped Linen,"  Cushion Tops, Barnard &  Armstrong's Silks.  Misses  Sheppard and Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oc:!3  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, Is again open to  the public. Meals served at all  hours.  A. rtEBUCLESE,  Prop,  HH

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