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Array Vol    V.   No S2  REVELSTOKE B.C.     SATURDAY,   OCTOBER  19,  1901  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  4M������*������V4i^V^C-������*������Wa-������V:*4W������*4V4V������Vd1  libber  Tlio largest and most, rumpled*  stock  iu  KiMilen.'iy.  TIII-.__MA1.TRSK BHANO. Hip  and ICneo Bonis, nlso Laced aitfl  1 and 2 Buckle Lumbermen's  Snag Proof Hoots. Those par-  ticiilni' lines ol" Rubber Goods  are guaranteed liy us.   ,.  Ladies', Gent's and Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.    ,  BOOtS aod  A largo importation and acom-  plele a*-snrLmont (>!' SLATKll'S  famous Moots and .Shoes, King's  and Bell's Boots and Shoes.  "Westoil's Youths' and Children'.*! Boots and Shoes. Tlie  above are the very host hoot  and Shoo manufacturers in  Canada and the goods are  warranted the heat on the  market.  CARPETS,  RUGS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECIAL KKDUCTrCN' for  ���������   this mouth in CARPETS AMC RUCS  ���������Beautiful   --elections��������� choice  Put terns.  The Linoleums are directly imported and are first-class in  every respect. _  Flannel and  Flannelettes  Our stock of Flannel and l-'Ian-  nellettes for this Fall were the  Best ever put on the market  here and met with a ready sale.  The New Town in the Centre  of the Famous Free Milling:  Gold Properties on Fish River.  ���������Other Mining News.  Ci. F. Goldsmith, of Goldfields, Kls.li  River, was iu town on .Monday on  business in connection willi his new  townsite. .Mr. (Jolilsinil h ret ent ly  purcli'is-rd from Roger F. IViry an  interest iu this townsilt*. and wilh Mr.  Berry will proceed lo slash Ihi* tiinliei'.  and lay out. streets, survey and plol  the ground at once. Messrs. Gold  smith aud Perry have the making of  a splendid townsite in Gnldllolds,  adjoining as it docs the famous Camborne group, which comes right down  t.o the townsite limils. Another promising properly adjoining the lown-ile  is the Goldbug group, upon which was  recently discovered tome very high  grade ore.  Camborne and Oyster.  Three tunnels are being driven on  the C'linborne group by the Northwestern Development .Syndicate, who  intend to coinmenccsinking a shaft at  once on Ihe Gokllinch   showing.  Two shafts aro being sunk on the  Oyster and a. tunnel will be started on  Nov. 1st. The ore in the bottom of  the shaft ou the Criterion vein shews  very high values, currying much free  gold.  and Quilts  "We have just received a new , i  line of tho ahove articles and i  placed, them  for  sale.    Special *���������  I?........:....    :..    -ivi"* ���������     ��������� ��������� -  Bargains  UUmkels.  in   WHITE   WOOL  Linen  s  We are showing a splendid line  of Tabic Cloths���������bleached unbleached,   colored.   Towellings.;  -Pillow���������GaMiig.---r=SIn*i*:tings*i=iill=i  widths.  Gloves!!  Gloves!!!  Just, received an assorted shipment   of   Ladies'    Kid  Gloves  imported from Krace.  A Nice Line  of Groceries  As usual, our stock of Groceries'  .  aid Ihe very best, obtainable in  -'  the markets of the world. lOvery  article    Fresh.      Purchased    in  carload   lots    regularly    every  - month.  Gent's  Furnishings  Our lines in this Department  are most complete and we  carry a, carefully selected stock.  They include the Latest Styles  in Hats���������hard and soft���������Shirts  White and Colored, Collars,  Cull's, Underwear, Imported  Goods, Hosiery., etc., and we  snec.ially call your attention to  our Imported Underclothing.  TIES.  We are showing the most* tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  ���������tf^<-ii^g^tf^*^^^^^4^y<^r.f<r<r****g  C.B. HUME & CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Go  and Bennett Fuse.  Personal    Paragraphs   Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  -Daily Rounds.  , H. Donaldson of -Wet.tskiwin has  been taken on in the C. P. -St. roundhouse, Calgary.  T. MeNamara or tho C. P. K. teli-R-  raph otlice. Calgary has been transferred to Edmonton.        <  *  ���������r'hie--;C.'"',f]P.--'itr''Tclegi'aVih^Co.~'aw  opening an office in the new coal mining town of Ladysmith on the   Island.  C. E. Usher, general passenger  agent of the C. P. Si. has been appointed a member of the Canadian Forestry  Association.  Tho death is reported on Tuesday  night of Mrs. Wright ' of Vancouver,  wife of Jos. Wright one of the best  known conductors on the C. P. R.  rims. White, chief engineer of. the  Canadian Northern, who was married  to Airs, Marks, widow, of.the late Thos.  Marks, in Toronto on Monday is now  touring in the west with his bride.  In the wreck of the Great Northern  eastbound-flyei* which ran into tin  open switch at Kilva, Jlont.. the first  station west of Buford, on Tttesday  last, Engineer-Hult'inan was instanlly  killed and Fireman Keyes seriously  injured.  J. S. Carter, district passenger agent  for the C. P. R. at Nelson has returned  -fiom-af trip-to the-Lardeiui;���������Traffic-un-  that i nml is now open for eight miles,  and the .contractor is confident of  having the rails laid as far as the lake  by the end of November.  ..1. S. Lawrence, trainmaster Tot the*  G. P..R. in Kootenay divisions, has  returned to Nelson froni a vacation  trip to the east. While he wa.s away  he visited the leading cities iy Eastern  Canada and also the Pan-American  exhibition at Buffalo and reports that  he had a pleasant trip.  The Intercolonial Railway slation  at Eel River, four miles from D.illiou-  sie, N. 13., was destroyed hy fire on  Oct. Sth,.together with considerable  freight for merchants of Foi River  The highway bridge near the statio:  was also distrpyed. A spark from ;*  locomotive is thought to have staitc-  the lire.  Peter McGinnes, of lievelstoke. was  taken to the Kamloops hospital Thursday from Laurie, east of Illecillewaet.  where he was at work with the bridgo  gang constructing snow sheds. Jle  sustained a broken leg whilst helping  to hoist a post. He was holding the  foot of the post with a pinch bar, when  the post slipped ana jammed him  against an adjoining post, breaking  his leg between the' ankle and knee.  He is now doing well at the hospital  says the Sentinel.  Engineer John Robertson of Niagara Falls, was injured in a collision  between his passenger train and a  freight train .it. llurrisburg last week,  through the air brakes of the passenger train refusing to work when the  two trains got on the smne track, has  lost a leg through the accident. It  was so badly crushed that it hud to be  amputated at the City Hospital. The  engineer stuck to his post. He is  doing ns well   as  could   be   expected.  He has been on the road  for 45   years,  and this is his first accident.  On lhe arrival of the S. S. Luke Ontario al .Montreal un Monday Joseph  S. Girnuix. :i former cashier in the  Canadian Pacilic It-eight ollices at  Hochelaga stock yards station, was  arretted by Ihe special service department of the C. P. R. on a warrant  charging him wii.h larceny of about  i'i'.'i.lUU in August last. Girrau:: absconded at the lime of the defalcation but  his where.ibi.uts was lr.ic.'.d and the  iiiti'M. made as above on his return to  this country from Kurnpc.  A terrible C. P. R, accident occurred  I.ist. .Saturday night, near North Uay,  Out., when an eastbound entile train  and a westbound freight train crashed  inlo each oilier. Tliey were running  at lhe rate uf 30 miles an hour, and  completely demolished both engines,  piling up lhe cars into matchwood,  and killing the following Irainmen:  Ames Phillips,   lireuian. Noith Bay.  ���������Tlioin is, fit email, Norlh Ray. -  Herb. Allen, brakeman.  North Bay.  Louis .Morel, braUeuian. Ottawa.  The bodies of the unfortunate  victims could not be found for some  lime.  The Maritime Express due here at  7.15 o'clock, was"*Ij minutes late on  last Wednesday night says the Truro  News, because of a peculiar accident  which happened to the track near  Slnibenacadiu. When the train was  running fa������t after leaving Shuli-  enacadii. station, a stone or some  missile smashed through one of fhe car  window..-. .V brakeman, who happened to be near at hand at the time, at  once pulled the bell cord, and stopped  lhe train." On examination it was  found lhat the rails and ties over  which the train had just passed, were  lorn up. No reason can he given for  lhis mysterious occurrance, other than  that some part of the brake of tlie car  had caught, the sleepers as it passed,  along, and the window was broken by'  some flying stone or stick from the  road bed.  Beatrice  Work on the Beatrice mine in the  Lardeau, the two-thirds interest" in  which was bonded lecently from ' the  Boucher Brothers is now well under  way. O. .1. Boucher of this city has  received word lhat superintendent  McNeill, who.has charge of the work,  has now a force ot leu men at work  driving a 500 foot, tunnel which is  calculated lo tap the ledge at that  depth. The lessees of the property  expect-to 8ljip,5UlKtQns..rif._.oi,ivt.his.  winl ur. The ore will be shipped in.ihi*  name of lhe bank, as under'Lhe terms  of the bond the proceeds from all  shipments over the cost of mining,  freight and treatment are to he  applied upon lhe purchase price of  $50,000 for the'Boucher inleiesf. The  first, payment on this amounted to  $10)0.���������Nelson Tribune.  Lt. Col. Holmes Will Still  Recommend its Disbandment  But We Must Not Allow His  Ideas to be Carried out.  Lt. Col. Holmes IJ. C. O. arrived  from the soulh ou Wednesday evening  and spent Thursday iu lown. The  colonel appeared to be dead set* on  disbanding I he Revelsloke coinpanv nf  militia an.l giving it to Rossi,uni. Tin.  Kaslo company shoul nlso in his  opinion be dislriuded and goto Nelson.  Then there would be two companies  al Nelson and I wo at Ross-land, which  places are within easy distance one of  aunt her and they could paiade to-  gether.-for inspection. This ui-heim*  may be all right from Cul. Holme*-,  point of view bul. Uovi'l.vinlso is noi,  going lo give in to it without making  a liig elVosi to retain her company of  R. M. R. The main liifticuliy' lias  always been and still i.s the ijiie.viiori of  a drill hall.    Capt. Taylor does not feel  like putting up any   i v money   mil  of his own pocket io provide rent for  a drill hall for the coining winter.  Hut he made the colonel an offer fjrst  of all to forego al! claims lor the  money, somewhat about ,*S:-!U0. which  he has already paid on this score. I hen  if the militia department will put up  ,$100 to provide lor lhe rent of a drill  hall ��������� for the coming wint<*r. dipt.  Taylor guarantees 11i.it in lui nve llie  company will provide for this expenditure out of lheir annual pay. The  colonel does not think we shall even  get this very small sum of yl(Jf) to help  the. thing out from the govermi.i*nt.  However a determined effort will he  made to press our claims upon llu*  depart ment and lhc Hhualij understands t tint thc Liheial executive lake  Ihe matter up at a meeting, which will  he held on .Monday night. Capt.  Taylor's offer is an exceedingly reasonable one and one can hardly 'imagine  that the depaittuent will'foi ee t Inmost efficient company of the whole  ri'triuit'nt to disband for a. matter of  $100. *       ,       .  Ascent of Mt. GrizV/.  Dr. J. E. Bushnell had a unique experience during his eight weeks' vacation in the Selkirks thi.s summer, says  the Minneapolis Journal. With a companion and two guides ho made the  ascent of Mount Grizzly, a feat never  before accomplished.  Mount Grizzly is so called because  it is infested with the bear of that  species. The parly came across lair  after, lair of these animals, anil on  every hand found evidence'of their  occupation. . At times a, huge animal  would rise up in front of them from  the tangled undergrowth and rush off  in'afright, at.,,the advent of strange  "citsa'CffreSl-^*'*".'* --*'������������������������*���������** ������������������_-..--������������������.���������,:*.-. a"?^-^  -Dr* Buslmell does not know why the  peak had never before beeii ascended.  Totlie imagination it presents unconquerable difficulties, and il'is the custom of travelers lo follow in tho footsteps of others. Only occasionally is  one found wlio takes a new track, and  as the uegotiatioi. of Sir   Donald   was  it customary thing with tourists, each  succeeding party made tho regular ascent. Dr. Bushnell was staying at  Glacier, ill the foot nf Sir Donald, and  was expecting lo make the customary  ascent. But lhu story, iu hi.-*, own  words, is as follows :  ".lust before llio lime appointed for  ourascciil, a bravo Englishwoman,  accompanied by horhusband, surprised lhu world hv ascending the mountain. As there wore no more honors  to ho won by the ascent of Sir Donald,  whicli had been ascended by a woman,  and it was no more a lield for laurels,  we began to lookaround forsoincthiug  wilh more glory in it, and turned to  Mmini Grizzly, which is infested with  grizzlies. We arranged witli two veteran Swissguidcs imported by the  railway company. Thoy were very  interestingchar.'tolors who had climbed the Matterliorn many tinifs. Al 2  a. in. we lufl the liolel by the light of  the union, taking with us ropes and  picks. We walked steadily until II  a. in.���������a wearisome walk through the  tangled forest and jungle, I'or which  I he Selkirks are famous. Then we  HVi'i" roped together, and walked [  about 1.0(10 fuel up a snow couloir, a  nearly perpendicular slant of hard  snow." Wo had to cut ileps in the  snow with axes. Then we had about.  1.00'J l'eet or climbing band over hand  and reached the fop ahoul 2 o'clock.  The mountain is aboul. 10,000 foot high.  Tlio only discomtort was that being  .somewhat unused lo that elevation I  was short of breath.  "Fi om the lop of the mountain.we  had a view of unspeakable grandeur.  It thrills mo even now as 1 think of  it. We could see four or five glaciers,  one lhu third largest iu the world, and  tho olher loftiest peaks of the Selkirks. almost all covered with unlrack-  cd snow and ice. On top of one of  tho lnniml dins was an emerald lake,  the only thing fo break the vast whiteness cf Iho view. The whole ell'ect  was magnificent, and added to that  feeling w.is the ono that no one else  had ever looked al the world from  that poinl of view."  The surveyor general of Canada,  who was about to ascend Sir Donald  for public purposes, heard of the proposed ascent by Dr. Butihuell and  companions and ;*.sked thai if they  reaclieil I he top they would heap a pile  of sloni-.s at, the s.immit to aid him in  getting measurements. This was  done, and later he wrote in his notes  I hat the sharply defined mark was of  great assist unco to him in his work.  "The difficulty of the ascent was not  so great as we and "the guides had  anticipated," added Dr.Bushrie.il. "The  count ry has beer, only recently opened, and owing" to-j thu fact thai  travelers generally follow a beaten  Hack, and dislike the idea'of going  on a new track, this peak had not been  ascended. T rut her like the idea of  exploring new things on such a trip,  and thus came to climb Mt. Grizzly."  Dr. Bushnoll's achievement in climbing the moiint'iin has been . put into  ���������I Iu"background ���������hv-the* feat..'*oC-.'Mr.  Arthur O. Wheeler, D. L. S., of Calgary."ofiicer iu charge of the Dominion "topographical survey branch, who  .in company with his' party climbed  iloiint Grizzly and mado the descent  consuming only the record-breaking  time of five and a half boms. Hurrah  for'the Canadians !  OUR TRADE  gr)������s������������r3������@������^^  Our New Store is just about in sliape to do  Business Properly after tlie hustle and  worry of. moving' of ..our Fall .and Winter  Brygoods. This Season we have heen 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:  ������  *  ew Furs,. Jackets,  Ladies' * Ready-to-Wear Skirts, Children's Hoods arad Fancy Headwear,  Underskirts, Fancy and Plain French  ������bJ&*!% &&j  VeSvets' and   Flannelettes,   .Boots    a^d    Shoes  FumisftErsg'Sj Trunks and VaSises.  SVBen'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.  ������SL REID & YOU  Promptly  Attended  to. ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  The Magnificent Prospects in  the North Which the Navigation ofthe Upper ' River  Will Open up.  Manager Bradley, of the Duquesne  Mining Co.. is a man with ihe most  unbounded faith iu Ihe prospects of  the liig Hend aud the district noith of  it. In a leeent conversation willi the  HlCltAi.l) he quite coincided with the  idea of putting the Iramwayai Death  Uu pids cn lhe We-t .vile nf lhe liver  and hu further stated that he could  guaiaulee thai if such a 11.nil way wa*,  put in, il would nut be long hefoie a  sleamboat was plying on the river  above. Mr. Bradley is of the. opinion  thai C.tiioe Itiver i.s navigable for a  slo'imer. Hi; thinks in I'.ilI lhat av  far a������ immediate profits an* concerned  a steamer on the river above Death  Uapids opens up a district more likely  to yield Ihem than I hai tiavoisi-d  between this point aud Laporte. * His  own company intend*! next year to  extend lhe scope of their operations in  placer mining above Death Uapids  considerably. Then there are lhe  timber limits which only need oasy  transportation to be immediately  opened up. Kurllier I ban this he  believes thai if navigation was opened  up as far as possible up; (Jaune Uivor a  roulo would lip1 furnished by which  I.he Hudson Day Co. could tako the  supplies in lo lheir liig trading posts at  Fort .Macleod and Furl George on the  Parsnip and Frasor Uivers far easier  and cheaper than by the way they go  at present by the Cariboo road 2VJ  miles to Qiiesnelleuuiiuh and thence  up the Frasor. a most difficult water  passage up stream, whereas a trip by  steamer from Revelstoke to the head  of navigation on the Canoe, a short  overland portage from the Canoe to  the Fraser and then hy boat down the  Fraser lu Fori George would present  no great difficulties and would be far  less expensive.  The fulure possibilities of'thc north  districts include the development of  the extensive and valuable mica  deposits at. Tote Jaune Cache and other  poinl s ami the almost certain discovery���������  of.\';larg"e.' J-'U'eas'., pfw_.viiluji.lile: placer.^. ���������  ground.',"The placer fields of ; the  country," said Mi\ Bradley," have.uiot  even been scratched." He pointed out  Lhat even on Goldstream "and ils tributary very little had been done to  tevl these resources. Throughout the  district the wash*is very heavy and  surface prospecting wilh a shovel and  pan does not reveal any" indicalion of  the real richness of thchidden channel.  Even in Cariboo this is the'case and .  had il not been for quite-accidental  discoveries made iu gulches, where the  wash for a limited area was light, the  the wealth of Lightning and Williams  creeks might, for all the surface indications shew have remained undiscovered to this day. The average  placer prospector carrying his heavy  pack is apt to keep along the creeks  where tho wash is heaviest and does  not exploie the gulches which are  dilliculi of access. There is a big aiea  of country ou both sides of the Columbia,which will amply repay a scientific  seaich. Fm ther up on Canoe liiver,'  Mr.  Hiadley is   of  the   opinion   that _.  t������JrjmpPppppppppppppppppp^pim^Sim''^***^^  placer fields also exist. jS'ot in llie  Swift, cm rent distiiet, the scene of the  last stampede where the mountains  aro rugged and precipitous but on  other iribul.-iries whicli penetrate low  and rounded chains of hills, whose  ai-pi'd till of much disintegration, a  sure sign to the placer prospector of a"  Fa vol able locality. ;  Going over I heie  points afterwaid.s  with another well known mining man.  who knows the  noith   country   from  personal   cxpei ienci*   av   well   as   any  man in town, he quite coincided  with  tliu opinion Ihnl tliu  Canoe   is   navigable except at low water, as far at   all  events at present a.s the   Big- Jam. Ill  or .71 mile.i from the ^inouth.      A   few  mouths work witli a gang nf men  and  ii-sli-iim crane   would   clear   out   this  ob.slruction.      Ile al������-o agreed with the  idea that if this route was once opened  up hy steam  navigation   the   Hudson  Hay company would   ut*;   it   for   the  transport   of   their  supplies   to their  posts at Fort"   George   and   Fort   McLeod and lie  further  pointed ouL that  it would be the easiest  route   for   not-  only the company   but   generally into  the Gmineca country.      With   regard  to   Ihe   navigation   of   the Columbia  above Death Uapids the only bad place  is the   Gordon   rapids   about  0 miles  above   tl'.e     mouth    of     Goldstream.  Gordon Creek   flows   in at, this point*  from the west and  carries   down very  large   bouldei-s   which   iu   low water  create a dangerous rapids though at a  medium stage   they   are   flooded out."  Ktill at any time a   little   windlassing  would   surmount     these   rapids   and  above them there is no obstacle till the. ^  mouth of   Canoe   Itiver is    passed for  2J   miles   when   the   Eighteen     Mile  rapids, the woist  stretch" of   river in  British Columbia begins and continues  eighteen   miles   as   the   name   of the  rapids implies.      Speaking of tbe proposed tramway at Death "Uapids.   he  said   that   npw  is   the   time  to start  supplies up by boat and build   it   and  the board of trade should lose no time  in   finding   out  what the   Dominion  government    intend   to* do   in     the  matter. ���������Jfcuefctolte %tnU   anil |(nilwn������  ^u'$ Jout'Hal.  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Munition*; Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journiil published In the  lineresis of Ihe railway men. niinln*,' men and  bUdine-HS men of the West. Days o( I'ublieatlon  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVEII'IISINU   RITES.  Displar nils., ft..TO per Inch; single column,  %2 per inch when inserted on title pnnc  U'L-al ads., 10 cents per ineh (nonpariel) line  [or Urbt Insertion; ft cents for eneli additional  Insertion. Local notices HI cents per line ouch  issue. Uirth, Marriage and Death Notices,  fret.*.  DUIISUKIITION   HATES.  Bv mall or carrier, ii per annum; $1.23 for  s*fx 'mumlis, strictly in advance.  OVR .101! DI'.l'AIIT.MENT.  Is one of the best equipped prliitlnif offices in  the West and prepared to execute all kinds ol  printing fn lirstclass style at liuncst prices,  one price to all. No job loo larite���������none iw;  tuiall���������forus. Mall orders promptly attended  to.   Uivc us a trial on your next ordei.  TO COIillKSl-OSDHSTS.  We Invite correspondence on nny subject  of interest lo the general public. In all cases  ttic bona tide name of the writer must, accom-  pauv manuscript, bul not necessarily Ior  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager.  legibly  NOTICE TO COKIIEJ-l-ONUKST-i.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   lie  written on one side of the paper only  ���������.'.���������Correspondence    containing      porMinul  mailer must be signed with lhe proper  name  nf the writer,  ti. ~. GJtOOAN, Kditor.  SJATUHIJAY,  OCTOHKK 111,   1001.  prepared for it. The trusts come  pretty near running the government  of the United States already. AVhat  is there in the field of view to lead  anyone, tn suppose that in ten or  twenty 'years bunco thoir grasp on the  government will be loosened. .Vnd if  there is no prospect of anything of the.  kind, who, to use Mr. "Wilshiro's own  metaphor, is going to cut tho Welland  canal which will iettheship|ofjstatofloat  gently away from the cataracts of tho  great social Niagara into the Lake  Ontario of socialism ? Is there anything in sight at all for instance to  warrant the assumption that the next  presidential election in the States or  the next after that will be fought on  any ol her is*-ue.s than the old worn  out make believes of Uepublican and  Deniocr.it ? Occ-aii.se the time when it  will continue to be safe for the Ameri  can nation to indulge! in this kind of  tomfoolery is not going to last for  ever or very much longer. The time  will come when it will not b������ necessary or perhaps oven possible for the  immense iuon>-y power of tho trusts to  permit them to do so. The real  goveriuenlal power aud the nominal  government cannot be dissociated  inilelinili'lv.  k  i ��������� ��������������������������� ���������  I      SPACE RESERVED FOR  %^^^xmr^'k^^W-^^M'^3������W^M^^M  SPACE RESERVED FOR  MILLION A IRE A ND  TIIE SOCIALIST.  R EDIS TR1B UT1 ON!  0n������ of thc Mgns of tlir.ui. queer  times is .Mr. II. Uay lord Wilshire.  California millionaire and socialist  editor and lecturer. 1 le is tlie editor,  owner and publisher of ���������'Challeng'*,"  in which he weekly maintains the  position that the trust is tho natural  evolution of industry and puhlic  uwiiership the natural sequence of the  trust. Whether these things are good  or bad, he holds them inevitable. ,He  says inarecentnuinber of "Challenge"':  *'I think that this country is about  to undergo a great social and industrial revolution. I wish to convince you that I am right. The  question as to whether thin change is  for good or for bad. or whether il will  benefit you or me, should not be al  issue until we first determine its  inevitability. Jf it is coining anyway,  then the mere fact of yonr wanting it  to come or stay away has no more to  do with the case than have thc  "Weather Bureau prediction**! to do  with your not wanting it to rain on  the Fourth of July.  What do I mean by a revolution in  industry? I mean that instead of our  industries being in the autocratic control of the Pierpont Morgans and the*  Rockefellers, that they are going to  fall under the democratic control of  all the people. This will be accomplished by public ownership of industry; that is, the government will  own and manage the steel trust and  other properties jusl as it today owns  ���������and manages the post-office.  You may ask me what good will  such a change bring about. I reply  that my theory is not primarily based  upon the hypothesis that the revolution will do good���������when the weather  clerk predicts a rainy day, it does not  mean that the clerk thinks a rain  would be good for lhe country. He.  predicts a change of weather from  his  ���������knowledge of meteorological conditions, while I predict a change in  society from my knowledge of  sociological conditions."   Onthis- theme��������� Mrr-^YVilsliil'e���������chai-  Kor the first decade and moro of its  history after Confederation this province managed to get along with 2.j  members. Since then there ha.s been  a gradual increase until now it takes  oS to lill tho bill. Thirty eight members in a population of HMUXX) i.s  exactly one to every oUOO In this proportion it would take. 1200 members to  represent the city of London in the  fmpwrial ^JIott-Mj   of   Commons. It  would be a bold scheme but it might  bo a wise one to revwrt to the original  number of 23 in llritish Columb'a.  The lesser number could do the work  quite .jis well and their individual  indemnity could bo increased to say  $10(J0 apiece and a saving of over $5000  a year on this head al the present  still bo efl'ected. Say Victoria got 2  members, Nanaimo 1 and the rest of  the island -I, giving Vancouver Island  7 of a, total of 23. Give Vancouver 3,  New Westminster 1 and the Westminster-ridings 2. Leave Kootenay  with six and cut Vale down to 2.  Make up the balance with Cariboo 2,  Lillooet 1 and Cassiar 1. The pocket  boroughs would be wiped* out, the  proportion to population preserved as  near as possible, the identity of interests retained and no member  would have a bit more to do than he  could manage.  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  Revelstoke  Station.  , Etc  Oscar Strauss,  MINING  CONTRACTOR,  CAMBORNE, B. C.  All kinds of mining contracts  taken and work executed in a  workmanlike manner.  PRICES ON APPLICATION.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  The    sign     on   the    new     central  P o ri T  O v i*- i c e  looks as if some   artist   from   Rabbit  Hill. Alta.. had been at it.  The idea seems to occur to most  people not afflicted with the missionary h.ihic that if Miss Stone had  devoted her energies to laborirg in the  very promising vineyard presented to  mission work on her native health in  the United States, it would have  saved everybody a heap of trouble.  An -American^_cotuemporai.y_  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches   . ,   We have tho name of making  the only Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for durability nnd quality  they also excel.  _TRY ONE  R. S.WILSON  Next the McCatty Block.  X3L<OXJLTl  G-IROWUST  The vory bosL nn tlio'market today,  iiiclmiiny:  Potatoes,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also lirst quality of well i*nreil  Timothy Hay  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROVVLE,  Revelstoke,  ]l. C.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To J.S. Patterson and all others claiming  through him any interest in the claims  hcrcinalter mentioned : *  Under the Mineral Act, 1S97, and amendments  thereto:  NOTICE TS HEKEBY GIVEN lhat wo, F.  MeCarly and II. J. lluurne have performed all  the assessment work ������u the Kairvicw, lleleher  Arabian, Victoria IV, Maple Leaf, Shamrock  and Mammoth mineral claims situate fu  Ground Ho;; Ba.siu, in the lievelstoke Minlnj.'  Division ot West Kootenav, located in Aligns;  ISM and recorded nt Uevelstoke on the :ird  September. ISOti, and that .1. S. l'auersou, the  recorded owner of an interest in the said  mineral claims has neglected to do or pay for  hiss-hare of the a-*..->e*-.-*mcnt work for the vears  !**������, l'JOO and 1901, and lhat unless said charges  are not paid within ninetydays from the lirsl  publication of this notice, we'shall proceed to  record said delinquent interest as provided Insertion II of the Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1800.  Dated at Revelstoke, B. C , this 3th dav of  September, 1S0I.  n   r\ { F. McCarty.  Co-Owners ���������   t_t   t   r>  (. H. J. Bourne  Rllg-  Notice to Co-Owners.  marks that Li Hung Chung enjoys a  splendid appetite but suffers froni  indii.e--.tion nnd high fever. Xext we  shall   ln.'iir   thnt   Kine   ICdw.'ird  is as  leti^es uny person to public debute and  offered Mr. Bryan, the Democratic  L'lindidit'.e. $10,000 to debate with'ihim in  the opera house at Lincoln. X������tbrask;n  Mr: Bryan's home, but  without   lieini? jspry   as   ever  ,,.".,        ,,   .        .. ,     .......   chronic rlieiiiiitttiniii and luinbauo.  tibia lo induce that gentlemen to meet "  him.   Ami he makes n. standing   otter  to debate with any iniin in the  l/'nited  States in any lar^e city and'agree*, to  pay him double his ordinary  lecturing  .iQjtiCJLUlD.lICillAKJItD      --   tTnder Mineral  Act   1897   and   amendments  ihereto, notice is hereby given thalwc. I.onise  Leontine Graham and Cius I.und. have performed all the assessment work on the "Golden  Entile" mineral claim, situated on the divide  between French and MeCullnck Creeks, nt the  head of 11 roll ml Hoi?' Hasln In the Mis; JJend  DiMriet of We*������i Kooienav,  located   loth   Sep-  1,,,*.    ;t    , i,i���������,i    ...i,i,    temlxT, 1S!W and recorded 21 September, 18'JU  but   IS    troubled    with j H,���������i-|,hi itlehard   JteDiarmld   the   recorded  To fret Mr, Two I3its safely nfii'ted  on his term at New West minster is*  fCix'xxxit lo rust this municipality about  oue hundred dollnis. rtetween thr  RnviTiiriicnt nnd tin* up country niuiii-  tee, provided he. cannot carry a public j t.jp,,.ii.jra thwc i.s eiioujrh money spout  audience with himself and a^ain-it lii.������inn police and prisoners irapesiiiK  back  opponent. Meanwhile Mr. Wilshire  puts in the lime in editing ������������������ChalluiiK**"  anil lei-Uii'iiiK once a day, every day of  the week, in some Ii!k centre of population in the .State". ��������� The Knci.-ili.stic  propaganda with * millionaire behind  it ought to be going ahead like wildfite  among onr cnunini across the line.  Now the position that the trusts are  the nalutal evolution of the principles  nt industrial competition is indisputable. But that public ownership is a  natural evolution fiom the trusts is by  no means self evident. Taking the  point of view of a mere onlooker and  without expressing any opinion about  public ownership one way or the other  in what measure has society iu the  United States been so successful in its  opposition to the trusts in their infancy  during the past ten or twelve yearn, a������  to compel the conclusion thai  whsti the process of concentration of interests. capital and  power has reached ils last  conceivable limit, the trust-*: are simply going to step to one side and admit society into the land flowing with  milk   and   honey,   ���������which   they have  mil forth from one end nl tin* province  to the other to buiid another penitentiary.  Pensioned off and Died.  The clerks in the ollice of the Illinois  Central master mechanic's office at  Centralia vouch for the truth of thr  following story of r.he death of one of  their employes, been use lie wa.s no  longer permitted to work for the  company he h.id served since Pio'2:  It wns in that year that Mikp .Joyce  entered the employ of the Illinois  Central at Champiign as a, laborer,  and after years ol faithful service he  w.as promoted to the position of  blacksmith helper. When the rolls  were ordered to determine who were  entitled to pensions, it was found that  .Joyce had been in the employ of the  company longer than any man in the  district of Master Mechanic Pollard, of  tho local shops, but he wiw not entitled  to a. pension liccait.se he was not 70  year.*, of aye. His "Oth birthday came  Hept. 10th, however, and was duly*  reported to the offlco here and Mr.  Joyce ordered * on the pension roll,  commencing with this month. Soon  after thc birthday was reported Joyce  became ill, and on Oct. 1st he died.  Joyce did not think it right that he  should be ordered on tbe pension roll  while he wanted to work, and those  wlio knew him said that he did not  care to live after he was assured t'liat  he could not work for the company.  owner of one-half interest in said mineral  claim has ui-Klei'ted to do tils share of thc  work or to pay for ."ame for the years I8'JS, ISM.  lew nn*! .MI. Notice ii herehy given to tin*  *iald I'lchard Mcliiarnilit tliiu unlcis *,ald  chaw* are paid within ninety davs of the  Arm publication!!.' this nolicc wi-shall proceed  ni record snid delinquent lul>.'re*.t as provided  hy section II of the '*.MIni*rnl Act Amendment  Act. lOeO."  iMteil at UevuWlok-., ft, ii.. Oth August, 1001.  ' I.. I.. (.IKAII.AM,  Co-owners  (<l.*i Lex n.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  NOTICK IU I1KKEDV GIVKN.In puriuancc of  th.-Credltiiri'Trn-l Pecdi* ArM'rfU," thai  John Vincent l'cric������-of tin* (,'liy of Itevelsiokc,  In the Province of llritish f.olnmliln, Hotel  Proprietor, lias by deed, tie/irliii; dute the luili  ilav-uf October. A.l;., law, n-iiirui-il alf his  real and p*:r"Oiml property, except as then-lit  mentioned to John Drinkwiiter Slhhald, of the  ������sid City of IcevclHMk-*, lir-ncral Audit, in  irust for ihep'irpo-ieof satisfying nimbi)- and  proportionately and viltiinni prejudice or  priority, the creditors of ti e nald John Vincent Perks, the As-d^nnr. and the snid Tni'*tce  has undertaken llu: mi'tn created by the said  deed.  All person" having claim" ������j<ain**t, the said  John Vincent I'erk-, arc required on or liefore  the tenth'day of November, A. II,, 1'jdl, to "end  tn the said 1'rimee lull particulars of the **aiiii>  duly verified, to^ethir with the particulars of  she security, if any. held by them.  ANI) NOTICi: I.-; IfKHEBY ������rVKS that  after lhc said tenth day of November, 1901, the  said Trustee will proceed to distribute the  assets amonu tnose creditors whose claims  have been lodged with hirn and that he will  not be responsible after said date for the assets  so distributed,v or any part thereof, to any  person or persons, firm or corporation, of  whoie debt or claim he shall not then have  received notice.  A Mee Unit of the Creditors of the said John  Vincent I'erks will be held at the office ol  John Drlnkwater Sibbald, First Street, Kevelstoke, Hrltlsh Columbia, on Ralurday, thr  '.w-enty-sl-Uh day of October. A. fi.. 1901, nt the  hour of two o'clock In the afternoon.*  Hated Rt Kevelstoke, II. C, this 12th day of  October, A. D., 1901.  J. M. 8COTT, Kevolatokc, 11. (J.  Solicitor for (lie Trustee.  LOST.  A FIbk��������� Union Jack���������from the Opera Home  on or about January 2nd, 1001. The Hair was  used for the decoration of the Opera Tfouse  for theTralnmen'M Hall on Now Year's Kvo.  The finder will please return name to Hkrald  Office. Oct. 9-IS.  BAKIDlt, CONFECTIONER,  and caterer Etc.  .    CHOICE GROCERIES.  .GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to .  O. Box  332.  Revelstoke, B.C.  I.artre aud Well  Sample Hooius..  .if.h ted  Heated by Hot Air and Klcclrie  _       .      ��������� Hells and Light In every room  Free lias Meets All Trains  Reasonable Kates       . , ���������        '  ���������^.IHIOTEIIj  TIOTOE/IAj.  Night  Grill Soini in I'-viineetion for the Convenience of.Guests  Hourly Ktrect Car iki n     ���������      n ���������--.     /���������>  iletweei* Hotel a.d Station K@V@OS"fe@llS������ ,    B o (������.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest - the Market  affords.  BEST WiNES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  JrAlberrstonr  Prop  CANADIAN  PACIRC RAILWAY  KfTiccllvr October I, IIKil.  EASTBORND  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  Passengers booketl lo -all  Hastem, Canadian antl U.S.  Points.  Iicrtes reserved on Atlantic  Steamers for passengers to  the Old Country.  Direct Steamer Service from  Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Pull   information antl illustrated  pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Kevelstoke.  J, E. Coyie.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  **  .**  '���������*  ���������*  fr  fr  fr.  fr  fr  fr  ���������*  ���������*  Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.'  A food Bar, well supplied with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  1*5-  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������J-  *.  *  ***'M***>>f'f**T.**.*.**.fr.fr.j..$..*.fr^  il     ���������   -     -  gi PRIME BEEF.  PORK..    MlhTON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  mm.i^mmmmwim^mmmuwimmm  Tei.i_fho.-ib Xo. 104.  BOTIIMIlrir.V-������IVlLll-Oll������.l*i������ll������a.li-.TmT.B������w������i������������  r. o. itox 7oc<  The Prospectors' Exchange]  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  f.'ol.l, Silver Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the iWExoliango.  Free Milling Gold Properties wanted a: once for Eastern investors  to tl.erK."!ha,!������e7iV\���������i1,ll'iSi,���������POrty " S'll������ "r������ J01!".03."1 t0 se������l* ���������"���������"Pl** "l their ore  All samples should be sent by express Propald. Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to  ~Z*T  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,        Nelson, b.c.  U. ti. PA UPON, Prefiilc.it.  ���������M. ,1. O'UKlliX, aiiiniiKliig Director  2Le Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Muljlllt-,-.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  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.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, etc.  lo any part of the city  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  Any Kind of Transferring  .Undertaken ,  All orders left at' R. M. Smythe's Tobacco  Store, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  atten tion.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   AH orders promptly ailed. b  r  :.*-;->v\-  /l: -i.  Incorporated under the Laws of British Columbia  miim. uj att3XK7i^m<7i&VKma������n������ir3rjxrst~r.K-,-?~mmi  Capital: $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares,  Par value $l'Each.   #   =  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NO PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  me Group, 9 Claims.   Oyster GpB3 ������ Claims  Located in the Free Gold Fish River Camp,  Laaleau  Mining Division,  British Columbia.  Large Vei  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Cents Per Share.  In view of the splendid showings of both high and low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for thc economical  developing and working of the 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.  Address7 all  inquiries for information, or  applications for slock to  indrew F.  SECRETARY.  Official Broker,  Revelstoke, B.  P. ������- BOX 700, NELSON, B. C.  imi.MWl*B*������������r;wa*--*TgW-*ir������*m*,..i-U-'.^^ r li|,n|^������p>������***iyr-i1���������y-r^TP  BSX&VBieBUIsasSSZS&E  _eo__h  ������������������-������������������������������������ i.-.i i.. .j.,mtt,K*m-mmntK<ivm������Ksu>iriKmrxrBmi ,-ct-j  x3^SSSS^^S^^SiWmS3^SS������^SSSS^SS������^S5^s^i2SS^i!^a3^  sassssiisiSEP'' sjaa*-T������  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY..  Is in a position to gdve as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising" space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia. Write for Samples oi Printing. All work  turned out promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large orJjoo small for THE HERALD'5  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 who thoroughly  understand the proper use cf the material at their  disposal. THE HERALD does not claim to be the  only printing house in the district? but it does  claim to be  It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does more business with those  requiring Printed Stationery and office supplies  than any other Printing Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  TPrinteries  A. JOHNSON,   Managing Director.  formidable line of freight carriers  across the Atlantic. This may have  been planned when .). P. Morgan  brought si lino ol freighters this summer. It certainly is, in line with the  public utterances of Mr. Hill a year  ago, when he said he would find a  way to ship freight from Kurope  across the United States to the orient  much cheaper than it could lie carried in vessels and a great deal  quicker. Again it is said to have heen  part of this grent plan when Mr. Hill  uecured thousands of acres of coal and  iron property about the same time  and entered into a partnership  arrangement with Canadian capitalists who control the Canadian Northern road now nearly completed between Port Arthur and Winnipeg,  and which company was then negotiating for the /urchase of the  Northern Pacific's i^ties in Manitoba  and which they since acquired.  LEGAL,  JM. SCOTT   JJ A., IX.J5.  c  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Notary   Public,   lite.  McKenzie Avenue, lievelstoke Stntion,  Money to loan.  JJAUVEY, M'CAKTKK. A- I'INKIIAM  Barrister.*-, Solicitors, Kir.  Solicitors Ior Imperial Hunk ol (.human.  Coinpanv funds to loan nt8 percent.  FiitsT Si meet, Kevelstoke Station, H. (.'.  CHURCHES  METHODIST UHUIM'II,   HKVI.I.STOKK.  Preaching services at 11 n. iu. anil 7:.ll) p. m  CIhus .iiiM-lfiiK nt Hie Hose ol the nioriilnji  service. Sabbath School and lilblo Class ill !>:'iu  Weekly l'mjer Mcaui*-; every Weiiuciiiiiy  evening at 7:.'*u. The public are cordially  Invited.   Souls free.  Jlev. C. Launek, l'astor.  st. l'in-EKS cm-i.cn, anh.ic.vs.  Eight a.in., Holv Kucharist; 11 a.m., matins,  lilliiny nncl sermon (Holy Kucharist lirM. Suii-  duv in ilie inontli); --���������In Sunday school, or  children's **ervicu; 7:W livenMing (choral) and  sermon. llolv Have���������Tho Holy Eucharist Is  celebrated at 7 ii.in. or 8 n.m., as uiinoiinccil.  Holy Baptism alter .Sunday School iit*l:.."i.  C. A. lMlOCL'NIKIt, Kv'CtUr,  in mine  i*bk.sbyti:bian ciiukcii.  Service everv Sunday at 1111.111. and 7:30 p.m.  to which all nre welcome.     I'rayer nicotine ill  8 p. in. every Wednesday.      ���������        .  ki:v. iv. c. Calm.ii, Pastor.  ROMAS CATHOLIC CIIUKCII,  Mass   at 10:'J9 a. 111.,   on  first,   second  fourth Sundays in thc month.  kev   ������������������'  uud  J-'ATHEK   THAYER.  SALVATION   ARMV.  Meeting every night in their Hall en  Front  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wedni-sd-iv in  Oddfellows' Hall at S o'clock  _ Visiting Knights invited.  L. 11. Buck, C. C.     :    :    :    :    :    :  F.n. B. Lewis, K. of K. & H.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 165s.  .tegular meetings are held in the  Oddfellow's Hull on the Third Friday of each month, ut 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  W. G. BIUNliV, Rcc.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ~ ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  .   , AND ASSAYER.  Roval School ol Mines, London.    Seven  years  ut'Morfa  Works,  Swansea.     17 "years  Chief  Chemist  to Wigan Coal nnd  Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late chemist and Assayer, Hull Minos, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  [Ferguson, B.C.  Ued Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesduvs of each month; White Kose Degree  meets third Tuesday of eaeh quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON, HY. EDWAKDS;  President. Secretary.'  -H^E-D-W-A-R-DS9���������  TAXI DERM IST.  DEER HEADS, IHItDS, Etc. MOUXTKD,  Furs Cleaned and Hejaired.  JUST EAST OF  l-KESHYTEKlAN CIIUKCII  Third Street.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "0 K " Mineral Claim, sit mile In thc  llevelstoliuMining Division of West Kuutumiy  Iilnrlct:  Where In" ������'.cd:-In Ground Hon Hindu, "���������������  .McOiillougl. Creek,  Aid'. NOTICI; that I, (.'hark*.** V, I.lmlniark  11 KuvvMiiltc, I'ree Mlncr'H Certillcme  So. II  Unu, Intend, sixty tinvh from the ilul-j hereoi,  11 pply In Hie .Mining Uecorder fur a (.'erllll  apply - -���������    te of Improvements, for the |i.iri>o*.*i ul  . mining a Crown tlrniit of the nhove chum,  1)  Ami furtIkt lake notice Hint aiillnn under  Section 117, must he coiiiiih-iicciI before the  IsKUiiuceolMieli Cenilleate of Improvements.  Dated this Sth day of August, A.I)., l'JOl.  Auk 17Bin C'HAH. K. I.IN'DMAltlC.  (From Wind.-or Magazine.)  Dolcrmlh, "the old pit." is  tlie deepest and the richest ol thu tin mines  of  Cornwall.    Her treasures apprj.tr to he  inexhauitihli*.    Only   two   vear*;   ago  new deposits of gie.it importance were  discovered and yet mvn have heen busy  looting her ever since 175S.    The shareholders, under the   present   lease   had  divided up to 1S03���������that is to say, in 00  years��������� thu sum of ������92(1,000:  and   during the saint: period the   lords   of   the  manor, now represented  by   a   young  gentleman named Uassel, had received  in dues upward nf ,������240.570.    The main  shaft now goes down to a depth of 4.50  fathoms below the adil. which is  over  150 fathoms from the surface,   so   that  the; lowest depth is   nearly   3,000 feet.  It is in this lowest deptii   of   all   lhat.  pe* Imps the nerve of   the   stranger   is  most tried.   Tlio heat   is   very   great:  the atmosphere  is close'and   stifling:  a heavy weight seems to lie  npon   the  chest; the pressure on the dmiiisjnf t liu  (���������ar.*. is very strong. Iinaginnt ion lend-:  its terrors.   There is between one ami  Ihe light oT day n honeyconihed   inns.*;  of moie than half   a   mile   in   liciir'nl.  What if thi*; mass should sol lie down r  Now and   again   the   deep   --ilence   :-���������  broken in upon by tho dull yet  menacing sound   of   distant   reverberations.  There are men blasting thu 10c k< over  line's very  head.     And   111 c> 1 ��������� >   is   the  pouring cataract within hand"-*  n**ii li,  and under   foot   a   shallow   punl   h.i-  l'cuined itself fi 0111   thu   iiveilhnv.      If  I he pump working half   a   mile   overhead should break down, lhis pit would  fill np at   the   rate   of   1ST)   gallons,   a  mi 11 nlo.    Ttiis pump hns been vvorkinu;  almost without interruption since  the  year of the battle of   Waterloo,   wheii  il was first erected, and has  rai&ed   in  that lime a mass of water which would  weigh nearly llj.OOO.OOO tons and would  fill a cube whose side  measured   more  Mian 350 y;u'Is.     These   figures   recur  lo one with striking significance at the  very bottom of this well, o.OOO  feet   in  depth.    The galleries on   the different  levels extend iu the aggregate to close  upon 80 miles and as   one   looks   at   a  sectional map ofthe Dolcoath lode one  thinks of a busy town,   well   laid   out  with avenues and  streets.      in   thc-e  dark alleys 000 men ate working every  day. while tip   above   on   the   surface  about SOO persons more���������men,   women  and children are employed.     For   the  men on the surface  a   term'  of   some  contempt is used.    They are known as  the "giass" men and for courage  have  no leputatiou.    On these  the Cornish  lasses look   for  the   most   part   with -  disdain.  At Uolcoath   the   descent   into   the  mine is by'a gig, or iron cage, which is  in two stories, and at a   pinch   accommodates twelve miners.    It is loiyei-ed  and raised by a steel cable, wound and  unwound oh a gigantic wheel, which is  woikedbyan  engine.     The   cable   is  over half a   mile   in   length,   for   the  lowest point to which the gig descends  is   '125   fathoms   below   the    surface.  Some of this distance is on the   underlie; much is sheer   and" perpendicular.  Thc gig is now almost Hat on its   side,  now hangs straight over an abyss.   Its  motions are jerky   and   irregular,   its  descent is very rapid.    There is always  a suggestion at least of danger.     The  cable- has heen   known   to   snap.      In  August, 1SS3, a terrible fatality of this  nature occurred at Wheal ("wheal," or  "huel" means  "mine'')   Agar.     There  wer������ twelve men in" the gig and a thirteenth,  contrary   to   regulation,   had  clambered on   to   the   loof,   and   was  standing   there,   holding   on   hy    the  cable.    The men had done their   work  and were going home.    It is   reported  that, according lo general custom, they  sang hymns as   they   .-leccncisil.     On  reaching the surface the man   on   the  roof stepped oil'an.l turned   round   to,  watch the  issue   of   his   males.      13ut  where lhe gig had lieen but   a   second  previously   was   now   nothing   but   n.  giffiiVi gVrmlT^'THiri'o fie"- hlrei ~ s*n������pprn���������  and the gig,   with   its   living   freight,  had heen dashed lo the bottom  of  the*  shaft.    Not   one   of   the   poor' belies  could he  recognized   in   the   in.1-1- of  human debris   that   wns   brought   11;.  from   below.     On   another   .*cea*-!on,  when the cable p.irled and a headlong  insl) to death hud begun, the  live*'of  the men were saved in such a way that,  one cannot wonder at the belief of  the  miners   that   theie    wit**,    niiniciiirins  intervention on their behalf. The rush  of lhe freighted gig  (licked   the*   loose  cable nil ached lo it like a'wliip. <o lhat  it la*>ht*d   around   an   upright'  limber  that canie within its reach.    The  t-teel  strands cut into   the   limber   until   it  was nearly   heven-d���������nearly,   but   not  cpiite.    The cable jammed, the gig was  arrested iu ils plunge,   nud   the   men  C ertificate of Improvements  nsroTiOE.  Gold Hill Mineral Claim, situate in thc  ItevclfitokL' Mining l.Jvlslon ol Kontcimy Uls-  trlct.  Where Located: In Ground Hog Hnsln. on  McCiilloiigh Creek.  TAKK NOTICE tlint I, c:. B. Hume, Free  Miner's Certlllcate No. II, 478S9, intend, .sixty  duyi from the date hereof, to upply to the  Milling Uecorder Ior a Certlllcate ol Improvements, for thc purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grunt of the ahove claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section !17, must be commenced bclore the  issuance of such Certilicate of  Improvements.  Dated tlilslth day o������ September, 1WU.  Oct. 11���������tf  were saved.  UNITED STATES  Shoemaker   Business  For Sale.  SHOr AND STOCK CHEAP.  To be sold by October 20tii.  D. JENKINS.  Tbe whole of thc stock or part to suit  purchasers will be sold.  J. J. Hill is Going to Gather in  the Whole Shooting Match.  A St. Paul despatch says : That J.  J. Hill's mission toXevv York, where  he arrived Monday is for the purpose  of organizing the Unituil States railway company. -The purpose of the  organization, to quote an attorney, is  Lhc acquiring of railroad shares and '  railroad property, steamship lines, and  for the operation of thc same -within  United States and on thc inland lakes  and on the high seas; to maintain  ships and factories, for thc building of  railroad equipment and steamships  and to carry on the business of coalmining, etc.  The company will vastly iu crease  its ocean fleet and ultimately forma  transcontinental   line  as    well   as   H -/���������"-*���������'���������  *-l,4.4''i"l"l-l*'i������H-*t-l"l"t*l"i'*H*'l"i'*'i"t*i"i'  ���������*  fr  -fr  fr  fr  fr  CHINA  and a lot of Beautiful dishes  '��������� JAPANESE," have just  been opened up at  fr L *  { Canada Drug & Book Co  * REVELSTOKE.  *  ������ Japacese Napkins always in  g    stock���������.35c. per hundred.  fr ***********' ************    *  MARRIED  (!iioo.\n-I'"()\vi.ku���������OnSepteiiibi'i'l-tlh,  at.   St.    John's    church,  iMiildlelon,  " county (.01k, hy the Very Rev. the  Dean of Worcester, uncle of the  bride, lhe Very Kev. the De.in of  Olovne. and the Ttuv. XV. E. Fluett.  (Jap'taiu XV. 3. Giogan, R. N.. son of  the Kev. O. \V. Grogan, The Priory,  JYesLbui v. to Mavc Fowler,daughter  of the Into Win." Fowler and Mrs.  Hroudl.'iud*?, 1'rincess park, Liver-  pool.  'I'lii* groom is   11   brother   of   Ci.    Iv  tlrognn of lhe lll-:it.\l.l>.  Notes of News.  7<j������bUr- /ZyJn^ny'  I im=> union *3������!  ������)   Cigar   Factory  M)xW)(^xW  TAYLOB   <Sc   GEOB/GE,   Mackenzie Ave.   g'  Jreat Chances of Fine Bargains !  light glad am I 10 see !  j vera".Is and Jumper?,  Joining Cheap to me.  specially pleased to get  Reasonable Prices  |n Clothing, Hits, Boots and Shoes,  very thing that nic;. is.  o sh ill we en-.ljavor to hold our present customers'and g ;t in-ire by keeping in stock the  finest and newest lines of Dress Goods, Union  Made Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Inlaid Linoleum,  Floor Cloth, H.its and Cap.**, Curtains ; everything  in the Furni.-hing Lines.  jg TA."5TIjO������^   <Sc   Gr30RGB,   Mackenzie Ave.  Noipioruu! of the council of the  bonrd of trade on Thursday.  .1. ]'. Kennedy of Illecillewaet has  been spending the week in town.  ���������The store and dwelling at present  occupied by John E. Wood for sale or  rent.  Mrs. AVoodrow and childreii left,  yesterday inoriiing cn a trip to the old  country.  Gh'xel Bain and his interesting  prisoner Two Bits left for New Westminster on Thursday.  The New Westminster lacrosse team  intend to have, a whirl with the  Shamrocks lor the Minto cup.  ���������A unique selection of centre  1 j hies. Louis sell you one. Kevelsioke Knrniture Co. .  The subject for Ihe Prefcbylerian  pulpit to morrow Sunday evening will  he '���������The Brotherhood of man."  Norman Lauder expects to have the  bakery and confectioner's shop on  Front .St. in full blast on Monday.  John Brennand, one of the original  owners of the Imperial "group, Fish  Creek, spent yesterday iu the city-  Miss Minnie Bcattie of Kamloops,  was the winner ot year's subscription  to this ���������paper, at the recent Kamloops  fall lair.  W. McNeish. for so long the popular  host of the Columbia House, Golden, is  now running thc Boulder saloon in  Aranco;iver.  Cadet Lieutenant Maggie Lewis of  the Salvation Army, left Tuesday  morning for Nelson to help carry on  the work there.  Mrs. Powell, who has been spending  the summer with her daughter, Mrs.  F. B. Lewis, left on Thursday for her  home in Perth, Out.  ���������A splondid line of upholstered  goods. Call and see them. Revelstoke Furniture Co.  H. M. Carter, one of the owners of  Circle City townsite in the Lardeau,  has left "for Walla Walla, Wash.,  where he will spend the winter.  S. Didisheim and Mrs. Didisheim of  the Silver Cup have been in the  Lardeau this week in company with  A. C. Garde, manager of the Payne  mine in the Slocan.  ���������Bring your pictures along and let  us frame them for you. A. fine* line  of original moulding to select from.  Kevelstoke Furniture Co.  Advertise in the Herat.ii. it reaches  the buying public. Our circulation  among the railway employes is a big  one. Published twice a week. 101  issues every year.  -^��������� ,T.-D.-Sihb.ild.-P.-M..-dismissed-the-  case against J. F. McLeod on Wednesday afternoon, holding that although  the purchase of the stolen stuff was  clearly proved, the knowledge that it  was stolen was not proved. The copper and brass was returned to the C.  P. It. company.  Judge Sproat left for Victoria on  on Thursday after spending the  summer here looking after the interests of the Fatwell townsite. Those  in town interested iu the taugleruent  of the Farwell pioperty have found  lhe judge always iisott reasomiblo and  cDtuiilerate on hi* side of Hi* matter.  Carrie Zetligrcen, llu* girl arrested  lust week for stealing from the Steam  Laundry, and who was held here under  niij-pendffd sentente. betanse of a plea  made by Capt. Brown of lhe Salvation  A1 my, for lime to communicate with  utlicers in Vancouver with view lo  getting her in the llescue Home then.',  was *-ent. lo the Rescue Hnini. on  Wednesday's train.  Tlie 'innual h-ii-vest festival will be  celebrated iu St. Peter's church tomorrow. The services will tako plac>  at Sand 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. as usual  The special collects, gospel and i-pitlle.  psalms and lessons authorized by tbe  bishop of the diocese for such occasions will he used. ^Bolh morning and  evening services- will be. fully choral.  The vicar will officiate at all the sei-  vices of the day.  SherilT Hedgrave. the well known  official from np the line, i.s in town  this week visiting hu son. H. Hedgrave  of the C. P. K. and renewing many old  friendship* here. Whilo attending the  Assizes at Kevelstoke he was taken  suddenly and violently ill and only  left his bed to make the trip here. We  are glad to state, however, that he is  now rapidly recovering strength and  promises soon to be in his usual condition of robust health.���������Vernon  News.  Wake Up  conditions ol" medicine. We  have the verv best for each  man's need. The weather  necessitates attention to the  health, ancl many simple  remedies there are which wc  can give you, saving- you,  perhaps, a severe illness.  AND  SICK Till*] BARCAINS AT  (UiY  UAH UK It's  IX  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  <<*<F<t'**44!i*eto&f'a^^  G. F. CURTIS,  The Druggist.  TAYLOR BLOCK,        -      - MuKcn/.ie Ave  J~  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  .A-G-IEIIJJ" T   jFona  REAL ESTATE  C. I'. H. TOWNSITE,  MARA TOWNSI'!'!..  E. A. Bradley, malinger of the.  IJiiquesne .Mining Co.. started oil' the  last couple of tons of supplies totlie  Blue .lay yeslerday.  .1. B. Cressman the merchant- tailor  returned on Thursday from a week's  very successful business trip in the  Lardeau. He is arranging to open it  branch in Ferguson  J. J. Young arrived in town on  Thursday from the south after visiting East Kootenay. lie was accompanied bv E. Ci. Woodward of lTort  Steele, a* brother of Miss "Woodward  of the HiiiiAi.D stall'.  Sawyer Bros, have been in Ferguson  this week making arrangements to  put a dam in the soutli fork of the  Lardeau river for tlie Lardeau Power  & Light Co., who intend lo inst.il an  electric light plitnt-  F. McC-trty informs ns that the  machinery for the s. s, Kevelstoke has  arrived and the litters will start put-  tine; it into the hull ou Monday morning He is still sanguine that the boat  will be running on the river this fall.  I. T. Brewster has arranged a mag-  nilicent exhibit of ore from llie  Boseberry in the Hotel Revelsloke  cabinet, which with lhe Prince mining Co'. Standard B.t sin specimens is  attracting much attention.  B. R. Campbell of the Mail left lasl  night for Kamloop=. where he will  reside in future. .Mr. Campbell will  be generally missed by his numerous  friends in town and the band will he  specially sorry to lose his services.  Thos. Taylor M. L. A.. Thos. Kilpatrick. Geo. S. MeCarter. 15. Crilly.  W. B. Pool and J. J. Young have  purchoscd the Kathleen group of four  claims on Trout Creek from Jos.  Vesschoyle, the locator. Tin* surfac-i  shewing* are very rich.  Senator Turner of Le Roi fame is   in  _J^.j^s t ivcoi rtr*ii.v���������hn-*.-���������5,***^'***- ** *^***i' ��������� ���������*"-  the laying oul of the ground for Lhe  Mew smelter at Marysvilli'. which is  beinu erected to handle lhe ore of the  Sullivan mul Noith .Stir mine*' and  will also probably, treat .-.onu* of the  St. Rugene output.  DT1VT A 1\JPI A T  - cCnniidn I'limui-iuiil *t Western  I lllxinLliiL"!        Ciiiiiulii .Mnrliiiiu'U Cnrimi'iilinn.  ( Kciiiltiiblu .-livings I.111111 nail lluildiiig Association.  %        TWQITD A lMPE    I        (Imperiii! I'in*.      Cliini'diaii I'ire.       Mercantile J'lre.  X        111 jUKAllLE    1        . (..uiuiliiiii l'iro.      Cftleilnni'iii Kire.  .������        j.uuu������niiiui/    .        < Coilledeniliilu Life.       Alius  l.'ii**..  COAL FOR SALIC. JIOUSKS FOR SALE AND RENT.  Address pevelstolcp Station.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr'  9***9&&*$&.fri*k>P'J>&^.H^j'rp.*p& >*i*������PPPPPP.t?P:9itrpp-PPP.9PPP'P3&  Met last night, present the Mayor  Aid.'Taylor, McLeod, McCarty. Bourne  and Abrahamson.        ,. ,    .,  CORllESrOXDEXCE. ,'     J  XV. Williamson drew attention of  the council to a former letter asking  for a crossing or sidewalk '.to his  residence on Second St. Clerk  instructed to reply that this 111-itttr  had already been considered, A. S.  Farwell asking that the council, pay  tha first month's rent on block 52 into  the Imperial Bank. Resolved that  agreement wilh respect to block No. o'l  and villa lot 39 be signed by the mayor  and clerk and sealed with "the seal of  the coi poration. R. Tapping asked  for 1300 feet of sidewalk on Victoria  Road, between McKenzie- and Con-  naught, avenues or for a sidewalk on  Connaiijiht Ave. It was decided lhat  lhe public works committee should  furnish a sidewalk on Connanght* Ave.  out of the appropriation, if the bylaw  carries.  BYLAWS  The necessary petition for the bylaw  to issue debentures to borrow $51000  for street improvements was presented  and the bylaw given three rendings.  The tax levy bylaw for 1901 was  linally pissed."  -MOTIONS3 ���������  Resolved that the voting on the  debenture bylaw take place on Thursday Oct. 31st in No. 2 Fire hall between  8 a. in. and t p. in.  INQt;iKlKF.  The chairman of the P. W. committee was in-trncted to take steps'  to clear tin* burnt building away op-  po-'ilc thc Hot"! Cliinav.  The mayor said he thought the'  government, should bear th': **x[)i*iis<-  of talcing the Chinaman, Ah Sing, tri ,  N-w We-tniin.ster. It roil the city I l'|,crt;"'*  ���������'iii!') tn get him down there. The  council were of bis worhsip's opinion  ...     .,   ,,        , , . . and I In* mul ter ivai referred to I he fit V  \\ .   .Mi'llon.ild,    int'inc-rly   .-ii-i-diimI- I unlit-it or ���������  ant of the Imperial Bank hritrn-h her'*, j     The 1 o'.inci! then adjourned.  A mine r who was in town recently  and who had been working for Br  Weldon on lhe mica claim.- at Tele  J mine Caoh> said they had run one  shaft about I."1 feet si-iiare and that,  .standing on tin: bottom of it it. looked  as if one wit*: in the middle 0!' a va*-l  mirror.  A Bylaw to   Raise  the Sum of $4,000  for Street Purposes and Sidewalks.  WHEREAS it is ilccniod cxpciliunt lo improve eortiiinstreets in the Oily of Kevelstoke  by ^railing, Krnvclliiij** nml diU'liiiiK tlie same  nnd tocoiistriietsiilewiilksinaiHl Aluiigi'Ci'liiin  of the streets of thesaiil L'itv;  AND WHEREAS it is expedient to borrow  the sum of l*'our Thousand Dollars lor the  purposes aforesaid ;  AND WHEREAS the whole amount of rateable real propenv of the saiil Cily, nucoruiiiK  10 the luut revised assessment roll is Six  Hundred anil EHty-Three Thonsmiil Two  Hundred and Seventy-One Dollars;  AND WHEIiJJASit will be requisite to rai.-e  annually bv speeiul rale suHlcitfiii therefor lhe  sum of 'l'hrce Hundred and Nine Dollars and  Seventy Cents for pnyinj* the said debt and  interest thereon;  NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal Council  ol the Corporation of the City of Kevolstol.e  enacts 11s lollows :  1.���������It ahull be lawful for the Mayor of* lhe  Corporation of thu City of Hevelstoka 10 borrow upon the credit 01 the said Corporation  by way of .'Iebentures * hereinafter  mentioned from* any person, persons, firm,  body or bodies eorporate, who may be Willi up  to advance the same iiml loan, a sum of money  "novexeeediiiK in-Ehe-w'liole~t)ie-s"nm-of-l*'iHir  Thousand Dollars and to uan>*e all such sums  so raised or received to be paid Inlo the  hands of the Treasurer of the Corporation for  the purposes and Willi llie objects hereinbefore recited.  ���������2.���������It shall h" lawful for the Mayor of the  said Corporaiion to enuse any number of  debentures to be made, executed anil issued  for such sum or suiusas may be required for  the purpose and objeet aforeshid, not exeeed-  \xxxt. however, lhe sum of l**our 'thousand  Dollars, eaeh of lhe debentures beiutf ol the  denomliiiillnnof One Thousand Dolliiis.aiid all  such Debentures shall be sealed with the Seal  of the Corporation   and signed   by the  Mayor  -CT  X3LXH PEBPHCT   IDI^DZlSS--.*-������fl8sasw  ^  4  ��������� 'i"-A  S'Your P-it.-omg; Solicited   J"  Many   men   have    many ^  . a   *j   minds in the matter of dress %?  - \   -i   ���������but the dictates of fashion' ^  must be considered.   *      ".".. W  . We make the clolhcs'.you p|  want, correct i'n'style, of the W  best material, and in a fault- W  less manner. ' '        '     |||  There's   real    distinctive- W  ness   in   the   garments  we HI  make.       ,,     ":   ���������       v    ���������'���������     l|������  ��������� Our stock  is the largest <SP  and best assorted in the city. (||  w.  The Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave  GRESSMA It-T,  XVSi AUG OPENING UP OUH SKCOND CAU! fn a day or  two wo shall have ovcrythin<; in line, when tve shall ho pleased to  sec vou. Onr goods have all been made to our order. They aro not  old warehouse worn .foods that are shipped out here and palmed off  a.s new���������the same as many Roods that, come out here, and sold at  millionaire prices.    WATCH THI.S SPACE NKXT ISSUE !  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  the Electors of lhe Miiniilpallly will lie tnki'n  at Eire Hull Xo. a, Second Slreet, Kevelstoke,  ou Thursday, the Hist October, 11101. between  tho hours of s oYloel. in the forenoon uud *1  o'clock in lhe afiernoon.  CHARLES ERSKINE SHAW,  CITY  CI.KKK.  came in from Ivlmont'in on TliiirMlny'*. j  No I and went soulh with A. 10. Philip*; j  this morning to open up .1 biniu'li ot'j  i.ln. bunk   inl-'cr^uson,        An nlllcc ha- j  been    rent'..!  in    the    (licit.    W.-Mcrii j. ,.,,.,..,���������,,,,.,������������������.-,.,,,..,���������,,   ..,.,    ,  blllldiii". 1 *    iiitfiiil to-tiijily to tln*<'hlcf''u111s11i-.M0.1vr  I of I.i'iid. ivuil vv i,rk*i fur p''rntU*.Ioii to cut mid  .Must, people ]<n<iw "Win..-" uli.i-   J. | V,1.":.', ?'*"? ."���������'-"���������*��������� ""' *'"���������  '"''"Im; d"**-  I. Wilkinson.   IJjh    ������(;m;il    nrwsp;ipri  man of Vancouver. IniL few f-xwjit tht.  rf;sifl<%ntMs <>r ���������f*hilli\v\ii;k !iiv;;i\v;uv tli.it  Notice.  LTAKK NOTJi'K tlmt "ixtv; <Uy������!   nt\rr   'ItHr   I  I  *     intern! to ttptiiy to tht* *'Ulctr'liinnif^loiit.T  *.--The "fitd flchunturcs shtill bunr tbe diilu  of 15th November, A. D., 10C1, kim! .shall bu  niK'tu |ni>uble in Twunly-Kivt! xi'iirs frnin tin*  stii'I <hit 1* In Inwnil inoiu'V of ( Minulii, tit tin*  otllfc (if tin* *Mol"fliM Jtunk," In Jti!\r'clst(������k*ii nfon*-  *<i!<I, which sui'l pltici* ttf imynu'iit .shull hu  (ii'Hlu'iiiiit"i| t������v* hit id dclji.Mitiin.'.H uii'l uiiiiil litivt*  jUtaf.'lM'M 10 t)imu criupriiis for tliu imyiuviil of  Ini'������r*>t und tliu al^umim; to tin.' iiitcrot  rfiiipoiiK jiitiy \m t'iihijr written, printed  "iHtupud or irtlH>t;rtiphed;  l ��������� The xnlri debcnturt-Nhiill licnr Iniert'st tit  llvi- per fcittiiin per mm urn frr>m the flatt:  lli������p"������ff which lni(.*rr"'t>lmll h������i ptiyulile Ncmf*  Miinitiilly nt tlo* uihec of thn Mol.sons Uiuil;, in  lE4.*vul*tnfc''* ufori'fiild, in iiL\\ nil money of  rnntulH,, on the 1t'������th duy of .May und the J'<lh  duy   of   Soviiikr  ri"-p������'t'tlvely  in eneli  mid  * ry your during Mot ���������rurrriH'V I hereof, and it  <'���������onint'iirijitf at ������. p<*������*t at tin*  j>ontht-Krft c������r*  :n-r of Koacr  V.  ivrry'i prv-i'mptloit,. ni������rki*d   .. _ ^  ^itiihoniL I'oriKTf.f titular Ifmll  applied   for   1}\A\{ hii'\^\ir6'A^:t\'']'n   Mild   i'I(dj<;iitniui   nnd  1      t i- it ^1 1     - *'v   ���������������-J. ''"id^inith;   ib-pio-c   ucf������t   10   clmfuv;    ,,,.,.r^..,. i{, i><" so im* utile*.  Il*sll������P  Ivh l-������������1   hfllilft    tlHTf    :ill<l     is ;i    i,lMl(,. Illirlll nu rlmfri.; thui������ a *'������,( lo i-IihIuh I ���������' "l l> '"*,    ,   ,     \L^V.f .,,.,.   m ,\., ,   , r  ,ilft  ���������o   K'sh   Ci-.M-lf-    th,.rifi.  uiuth   followfni/  thp        .*,���������U-hull be  Inwiu!   for  the  ..lnyor   of  |hf*  r. ,*, ,nler i ^ of Fi-i    " P-k Ifi VbR   "*..   '  K'i ll   *?" <>M'"r������tlo li^ll.lK��������� nl.'l Mill   li.e t-   of ,*.���������n.,���������*i,.*,.������������������.���������t. .omkiiiliia.viu *er.-s  more I .IclH-iiliirc*., or nny ..I them, for l.*������*i  thun   |.,.r,  pioneer iniporter :ind bivder nf  podijjri.'.il livi*. stork. Hut it. i-; ;i f;i<*l  nil tlu; kiiini* iind .Mr. W'ilUiiisnn is llie  proud owncr'of vvhiil. i-i lo d.iv per-  Imps tho best Mind of sl;md:ird liri'd  trottiiiK hnrsps nnd (lock . of .Southdown sheep ill t.lio pi'<>vii)':c. 'I'lu*  Hor.k invludi'.-' -ovi*:i bond from* the  King's own fitrm ;it Sniifliin^liHiri.  F.  J. GOLDSMITH,  Tlu.mion'.i I.midinK, Oct. lfith, IM.  COUGH SYRUP  si'Kciam.v foii ciim.dki'.n  K.VHV TO TAK',-;.  Affords   marvellous   nntl   prompt  relief.  Try a Bottle for 25c.  W. Bews.   Phm. B.  BROWN BLOCK. 'IHI,. 4������.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  Th" i-holec lan'I north of trurti,  l":tueeii Tapping's ari'l tsHix'-1, will  Lt: sul-'Iivl'Ic'l fur ".itlc a.*i ������oon hh  I.ooll.le,  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  P. O. I'.nx. li'i.  S. S.  TIME TABLE  ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU.  TOutninu b**t-,*/een / rrowhriv'l, Thomson'.*!  I.niiiliii^ Hnil t.'omapllx, commciicInK October  llth. lliul, will Hull hs lollow.s, weather pcrmlt-  tini,':  Leaving ArrOH'lioml for Thomion's Lftniling  ivii'l Oomaplix    twiceilally���������10k. and ISIf.  f.i*avliiE Oomaplix an'l iliomHOn'ii Lanilllip  for Arrowhead tvviee dally���������7:1.11c and 12:45k  Making (loic connection-) with all C. 1'. Jt.  .Stcamern and Trill ni.  . uii'l in no i'hr.*i chilli   the Mii'l  (ii'hentiir'.'-i. or  | any ol th'-in, he neiiOtluteil or Hold for less ihnn  J nlnetj-live per I'eiiuiiii of tli-ilr  value.  Ineln.l-  \int llie eoil of iii'*.;olliilllif; mid *-nle, hrokernye,  and till other m_c**.*(*<iiry expeinef.  ii.���������-Tlieri.' nhall ht: rnl*,pil nnd levied In each  year during lhe .-nireiii-y of Hiiid delii'iuure-i  Mn-ninn of Tho lliindri-'l liollari for tin! piiy-  inentol lnter.;*>t mul due Hundred and Nine  IioIImth and r-'ev'-nly-I-'f v- Cimuk for pnynieiitof  the **aid debt lilide.- tin* -.aid dehelitlireH liy u  Hpeelal rale -oifl'udeiil theref.ir on all the ra'ie-  utilti real property In tlic-Hiild Mnnieipallty.  7.���������Kxli'ill l.e lawful for the .said Muiileipal  Couriell lo r'*pun'liaie any ol mild debenture**  upon Hiieli frniM ai may be agreed upcoi with  thi. Ief.al holder or holdrrs thereof, '.-ltlier al  tlie time of aale'.r at any ������iib������e'|uent lime or  tlinen, and all debenture* so repiirehased kIuiII  forthwith he eaiicelled and d'.-Hiroji.-d, and no  ruliniinof the debenture*! aliall be made in  coineriiieiir'' of such repurchfti.'.  8.���������Thin Hylaw ihnll take effeet on the 13th  dayof November, A. II., Bill.  Kcad a llrit time, 18th October. 1P01,  Head a second lime. 13th October, 190).  Jtead ii third lime and paised, ISth Oetobcr  1901.  Itcrclveil tho assent of the Kleetor?     lliiil.  Jtcconsldcred and linally pns������cd and adopted  by thc Council 1901.  CITY CI.KKK. MAYOR.  Lauder's Bakery  I'Vir everything Fresh and New  ������  l*-|li;iT CAICK        MAIH'.lltA CAK'K  Sl'ONdli CAKI**     SCOTCH CAKK.  I.ADV l*-|Ni:i:itS    MACCAI'.OONS  Cl.ltltANT llt'NS ni.NNICK ItOI.I.S  I'llFI*' I'.vS-TJIY      1'IKS.  TAIITI.ICTS Itl.'SKS for lllfllllts  OUR SPECIALTY:     DECOnATED CAKES.  Prompt delivery to any partof town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  fmwMmmwmm  ..FALL MILLINERY..  i.*i now being shown in  our uevv .storo. Law-*  son's old stand ....  The owners reserve the rl(?lit to change times  of hullliiKH without notice.,  Tho Fred Roblneon Lumber Co., Limited.  TAKK NOTICE that the above is n true copy  10 the proposed Bylawupon which thc voleso.  Millinery, Stamped Linen,  Cushion Tops, Barnard &  Armstrong's Siiks,  Misses  Sheppard and Bell  ..Revelstoke Studio.,  nmniiiiH ���������mi in um in n���������hi��������� iimbu  Will open in a few days.  A 'grand collection of  local views to choose  from.  WRIGHT PORRITT.  **************************  | PELLEW-HARVEY, W  BRYANT & OILMAN  Mining Engineers  ancl Assayers,  VANCOUVKIt.'li.C.      Established 1890  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  &  Tests made up to 2,000lbs.  ,t     A specialty made of checking Smelter  ������  1'iilpn.  g     fuinpleB from the Interior by mall or  g  express promptly attended to.  gj      Oorrespondencc solicited.  S VANCOUVER, B. C.  WANTED.  Wonted Immediately a Cook and Walter  V. aces t/jand *25 respectively. Apply M. M  BrcHANAS, Fendragon Hotel, Camborne, oc t9������  L08T. . ,  A Flag���������Union Jack���������from the Opera House  on or about January 2nd, 1901. Thc flae ivai  used for the decoration ot the Opera House  for the Trainmen's Ball on Kew Year's Eve.  The finder will please return same to Herald  Vince. Oct. 9-tf.

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