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Array m  I'it  M  I  ift  I '*':  L'.j>  l>*.  .-) "   .* ���������''���������"���������  ///>     '���������; '* '   , /.     ./:    Lr..;.P  7/A-/A<U C-UU    'Uy^C-yUrf           ���������'���������' -      ,7     ''  urnal.  Vol    V.  No 72  REVELSTOKE B. C.     SATURDAY.   SEPTEMBER  14, 1901.  $2 00 a Year in Advance.  again  He  Rob-  ROYAL VISITORS WILL BE  IN QUEBEC MONDAY  ANARCHIST  MOST   ARRESTED  ���������������*g4i'������y^t**<'y.f������-y������*<*^  ,\  This week we are offering our  entire stock* of Straw and  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  All the newest and nobbiest  styles.  MEN'S SUMMER COATS  AND VESTS AT A GREAT  REDUCTION' ^������1  Now" in���������Big Stock of Ladies'  and Chiidrens' Lisle, Thread,  Cotton,and Cashmere Hose.  Also a big- stock of Gents'  Hosieiy in "..Silk',' Cashmere,  and- TCottbn, including the  celebrated Health Hose.  If you want a really nice  thing in these goods come  and examine our stock.  PARASOLS  A fe^ lines left which we are'  offering at a great   reduction.  ZioniteElderand Convert Found  Guilty   of   Manslaughter   in  Victoria.���������Extraordinary Pre-  ��������� cautions Adopted for Safety of  Duke and Duchess of York.  New Yokk, Sept. 14���������The International yacht race for the America Cup  will he postponed.  Pres. Shaffer of the Amalgamated  Association, is expected in New York  today in connection with negotiations  for the settlement ol the steel strike.  Halifax, Sept. 14���������The Royal Yacht  Ophir has heen sighted in the gulf  and is expected to arrive at Quebec on  Monday morning.  I'okio. Sept. 14���������A special Chinese  envoy presented a letter of apology to  the Emperor of Japan at Tokio yesterday tor the death of the Japanese  Chancellor of legation at Pekin just  before the Boxer uprising. . The  apology was accepted. '  Ottawa. Sept. 14���������Sir "Wilfred  Laurier went to Quebec yesterday to  I meet the Ophir with the Duke of  Cornwall on board.  Montreal, - Sept  14.���������The police of  Montreal are    taking   extraordinary  precautions to protect the Duke and  Duchess  of  York during tbeir_yisit.  eventy   five     warrants   have '"'been  issned   in   blank,  on which police will  arrest  any  susdicious   characters   on  sight.  Victoria. Sept. 14.���������The coroner's  jury tound Eugene Brooks, a Zionite  elder and John Rogers guilty of manslaughter for failing to provide  Roger's child with medical  treatment.  St. John's, Sept. 14.���������The"fire which  broke out at St. John's, Nfld., resulting in the loss of $500,000 was extinguished Thursday night. A cooperage,  five fish .stores, eight houses and three  oil vats were destroyed. _    .  Rossland, is able to be about  after a touch of mountain fever,  resumes his regular trip on the  son-Rossland run next week.  The case of Rex vs. Sangala, the  Nakusp section foreman, will be tried  jj-t. Revelstoke instead of Nelson.  J. his is a case in which the prisoner- is  charged with attempting to shoot his  wife. The accused lives near Nakusp  and the shooting affray was the outcome of a drunken row. The woman  was not injured.  An engine on the Algoma Central  Railway last Sunday collided with a  handcar containing six sectionmen at  Wilde station, near Sault Ste. Marie,  killing two of them, A. Mazas and  M. .Lawrence. The others escaped by-  jumping. It was foggy and the men  did not see the engine until it was  almost upon them.  Chief EngineetfPeterson of the C. P.  R. who has been suffering from' heat  prostration is gradually recovering  and is pronounced out of danger.  The strike of Ottawa machinists,  which has been on since May 20th, has  been settled. The men asked for a  nine-hour day and an increase of 12 V  per cent in wages. They have accepted an increase of five per cent in wages  and the old hours.  J." D. McDonald late of the C. P. R *  at Portage la Prairie but more re-'  cently of the C; N.'R. at-Hartney has  been appointed to succeed E.' L. Gor-  dan as station agent for the C. N. R.  at Portage la Prairie.  As the result of an accident up the  line about one mile west of Haney  Prank Stringer, a C. P. R. brakeman,  arrived in Vancouver on Wednesday  with a broken leg. Stringer was endeavoring to climb a box car, while  the train was in motion when he* fell  off the top with the result stated.  A special freight on -the ' Grand  .Trunk crashed into an empty special  passenger train at midnight Monday  near Princeton, Ont. Engineer Pred  Dinning of the freight and Conductor  ���������M������rmen of the passenger, train were  killed. Several others of the trainmen were injured. The accident was  cansed by the neglect of the trainmen  on the passenger to send a man back  to nag the approaching train.'  Broken Into in the No. 3 Tunnel  at the Triune Mine on Tuesday.  Andrew Ferguson came down   from  the Triune mine on Tuesday  evening.  Pie reports that they liave just broken  into a foot of solid ore,   specimens   of  which contain    lots, of  grey   copper.  This   is   at   a depth of about 150 feet,  the tunnel being   in   about   107   feet.  They intend   to drive 10 feet more   on  the ore. when they   will   raise   to the  upper   workings   and   block out ore.  The ore below is good for .$200 net   to  tlie ton,   and though   the   carbonates  are scarce, there is the same   kind   of  iron   as   is   found   in   the Silver Cup  which runs some .$30 to   $10   in   gold.  Assays   are   being   obtained   from S.  Shannon, B. A.     Encouraged by sucli  success the Ferguson brothers have all  but decided to start a long hase tunnel  some  300   feet  below  No.   3,   which  would enable them to work the prop-  erty'all   winter  and   acquire  a great  depth. -   The Eagle believes that it can  safely say the Triune   is   the   biggest  high-grade-   silver-lead    gold - proposition   ever   unearthed in Canada or  perhaps the world.  . It   is worth anyone's time to visit it,   and' the   Eagle  will be there today.���������Ferguson Eagle.  er than thn Conservatives was the  Liberals. lie would vote for a Labor  yellow dog sooner than either a Conservative or Liberal.  Moved J. "W. Bennett, seconded Ed_  Adiiit' and carried unanimously that  a committee ot three be appointed for  the purpose of calling Sn the officers  of the labor organisations to urge the  unions to meet and appoint delegates  to draft a labor piriform.  The following committee for this  purpose was then nominated : Thos.  Gillespie, J. G. Webster and J. W.  Bennelt.  The meeting then adjourned.  IS DEAD  HE EXPIRED AT 2.15  MORNING.  THIS  UNCONSCIOUS  LAST   EVENING  Dangerous    Corduroy   Bridge.  J. H. Young of Comaplix was badly  hurt on Aug. 25th by being thrown  from his horse near Hamill's ranch,  where he has been laid up ever since.  He was on -his way up to do some  work on the Powerful group of ^claims  in the Camborne camp. His horse  got its leg through the corduroy and  making a plunge forward lo extricate  itself fell on its head, Mr. Young was  pitched oyer the horse's head on to the  bridge and was trampled on by the  struggling animal, his left leg being  badly bruised above'the ankle and his  right thumb dislocated. The corduroy  on the bridge was in bad repair and  Mr. Young hud previously expressed  an opinion several times that some one  was liable to get hurt on it.  The  Labor Meeting.  There were some thirty  present  at  the labor meeting, called  in   Selkirk  Hall on-Thursday night to take   steps  for   the   formation ' of  a labor party  association in town.     - T.   J. Graham  was called to" the   chair   and   C.   W.  Wilson appointed secretary. "    "'  The.meeting was addressed by the  John Magnier, ticket agent for ~the  chairman, who read the dodger  stat-  topokane Falls & Northern railway .at   ng its.objects.-J,.   W.   Bennett    who  Waneta skipped out west'from Nelson  ���������i  ���������"i  iu  ���������' -r'V '      Dennett,   who  on Sunday last with an express pS  a^lsed   tha   ***><*   P1"'-*   to-avoid  containing .$900 antl was  arrested  in   alI-alices with either of the old parties,  Vancouver.        . -     - ' C. W. Wilson; Harry, Edwards,   who  wished  to   see   the Labor party-take  ^Don't'- forget;    \\^"^caYfy~th=e=  Biggest Stock of Heavy Hardware in the City.     It will pay  you to get our  Prices   before  purchasing.  K.\  J  ���������:\  1;  1     V  ���������I >  tl'\   (  ��������� ��������� /  1*.  ������:; ���������*.  A big shipment of Paints  Oils, Nails, Etc., arriving.  Tools of all kinds, always  in stock.  Pretoria",  Sept. .14 The   British  casualties in'tbe*Gi'e'al -Mortis -Valley  on Sept. Gth and 8th, when Methuen  engaged Vantander and Delarey were  25 killed and 30 wounded.  New York. Sept. ' 14.���������Johann  Most, one of the most widely known  of the New York anarchists and editor  of the "Freiheit,"- the organ, of  anarchy, vas arrested Thursday.  Three explosions occured iu the  American Schultz Powder Co., Oakland, N. Y.. killing five men- and  fatally iujuring three others.  Smith Creek  The Duquesne Mining Co's.' machinery is all on the ground on the Blue  Jay and the work of setting up the  lioist,*eL������������.; is actively proceeding under  Uie'direction' cif the manager, E. A.  Bradley. ..This company1- has erected  quite a little village-of buildings for  the accommodation of theminers and  the work of the mine.  On the Revelstoke they are 1 unning  the drift from the bottom ot the shaft  which is down 100 feet.   The work at  present   is   purely   of a development  character.  .,     _ _ -  .   *��������� -������~-'^   l/*������*i.uj*_***M,l\A  advantage of the general tendency to  wards social reform so observable'. in  every\ class of-society "and-n'ol'to be loo'  aggressive,','so as ,to scare- -.possible  sympathisers "and ���������^suppdrters'Taway.''  Ed. Adair, who wanted to see a,, more  general meeting before adopting any  platform or attempting'to organize, J.  G. Webster, B. P. Gayman and'Thos  Gillespie, who said that ho had always  voted Conservative but* that he had  during the recent strike came to thc  conclusion that the only party rotten-  Hospital   Building  Fund.  Mrs. Lawrence and Miss Woodward  returned on Wednesday evening- from  a seven days trip in the Lardeau soliciting subscriptions for the hospital.  They worked like beavers on the trip  and the,results of their labours oxceed  all anticipations. The( ladies were  well received at every.point hut they  wish'particularly to thank Mr. W. B.  Pool, manager of the Nettie. L., Mr.  Jas. Schnell of Trout Lake and Ferguson, Mrs. KirUpatrick of Feiguson.  Messrs Fred Robinson, C. E. Diamond.  J. A. Magee and Mrs. Fail-hull of Comaplix for special attention and a'ssist-  an'.o during,the trip, also the C. P. R.  and Fred Robinson Lumber Co. for  passes.' ,      ���������  -~    * ,  ��������� Mie.ioljowing  is the financial result  q������;t|ie,trip.* Camborne, hns>*not,'been,  .yisilVd^afid-Jthe Arrowhead! HsLJs Jn?  complete 7md is still in'charge of Mrs.  Foley:.    ,. '  Trout Lake .'  $133.75  Comaplix '.::...    110.50  Arrowhead       13  Thomsou's Landing      41.50  Ferguson *  405.50  Toiai: ;..���������   704,20  Of this amount  a   good   deal  more  thun two thirds has been collected.  Alone With His Wife and in  Humble Resignation the Great  President ofthe United States  Passed Away in Spite of all  That His Physicians Could do.  Buffalo,    Sept.    14.���������The    whole  world'is grief stricken at the death of  President McKinley, which occurred  at 2.15 tliis morning. - He'had been  unconscious since 7 o'clock last evening but his life was prolonged for a.  few hours by the administering of  oxygen. Ho finally expressed a desire  to be allowed to.die.  His last conscious   hour  was   spent  with his wife each grasping the other's '  hands.  He died unattended by a minister of  the Gospel but his last words were an  humble submission to the will of God.  He was reconciled to his cruel fate and  faced, death in the same 'spirit of  calmness and peace, which marked  his long and honorable career.  Just before 7 o'clock when he lost  consciousness he chanted the words of  the hymn," "Nearer thy God to Thee"  and his last audible conscious words  addressed to his wife were "Good-bye  all, Good-bye.*' It is God's way. His '  will be done not ours."  Mrs. McKinley went through the  heart trying scene with" the same  bravery and fortitude,'with which'she  has borne the grief of the tragedy.   '  The immediate cause of death is as '  yet undecided:  The remains will be taken to Washington for state funeral.      " -"  Vice President Roosevelt, who now,  succeeds to the. Presidency, may take  oath of office where ever he happens  to hear the'news. ���������'    ���������-. -   ���������  ��������� The-ruge ��������� of the "people ofBuffialo- -���������  against the   assassin 'was   boundless.  Thousands   surrounded "the  jail and   '  the whole police'force and two   Regiments   of  soldiers  were necessary to  secure his protection. _ -"  AROUND THE  RAILWAY YARD  DYNAMITE,  CAfS,     ���������'"  FUSE, y  We ai^* agents for the celebrated BENNETT  FUSE.  (*t&*#*+&*&+������+4r*w*&rir������&  C.B. HUME  &C0  Personal   Paragraphs  Pertain  ing to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  HeadleyT. Richardson, late chief  engineer of the steamer Empress of  China, has been promoted to the position of superintendent engineer of the  C. P. R. Company's steamships.  .The,Canadian Pacific Railwav have  just receiveel eighteen new engines to  be used on the western division. They  were built at Richmond, Va. . They  expect a new batch in two weeks.  The Board of Adjustment in con  nection with the Brotherhood of Loco*  motive Engineers on the ��������� G. P. R. sys  tern, who have lieen in session some  time at Montreal, have adjourned  after adjusting matter* with the company with satisfaction to both parties  Mr. N. Stewart Dimlop, the newly  appointed tax commissioner for the.  C. P. R., will assume his duties at  once. The new oflice was established  for the purpose of concentrating all  the business of the company in the  matter of taxes and assessments,  which is now distributed in the hands  of diiferent officials. The assessment  in Ontario on the company's property  amounts to $2,500,000.  A Northern Pacific train' of nine  cars, seven freight and two passenger  coaches, collided wilh an engine  standing in front of the railway headquarters building at Jamestown, N. D.  on Tuesday. Five ��������� men were killed  outright and two have since died from  their injuries. Four others were more  or less injured, some of whom mav  die.  Perry Bird, C. P. R. conductor' had  the misfortune to lose two ot his toes  at Virden, Man., on Monday. The  crew was doing some shunting in the  yard and being a little late he was  anxious to get through witli his work  and get away. At. Conductor Bird was  helping to do-the work, he caught  hold of the side of the car and gave  the draw bar a shove with his left foot  when he slipped and caught his foot  between the draw bar and the draw-  head, smashing his big toe and the  next one.  Geo. Hollington, C. P. It. baggage  master at Regina, is away on a holiday tri p' to O tta wa.  A good'many of tlie younger and  unmarried hands in the (J. P. Ii. shops  here are leaving at the end ofthe  month and going east or back' to the  States. Work is plentiful and they  do not care to put in the winter  here.  ��������� Conductor  Peck  of  the  G.  P. R.  ������ mtxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxt��������� 1_ ���������     .   (jj?  REID   &   YOUNG  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  Our Entire Stock of, Summer Goods  LADIES  Laid es dont   miss  the  -opportunity   io    complete yu  purchases   of  Summer   goods   at    BARGAIN     PRICES,  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer       Dress      Goods,  Sailor Hats Children's   Headwear  The stock must be reduced and early purchasers will get  the full benefit,  GREAT PAN-  AMERICAN  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing are included in the  GRAND    SALE  Also Bargain      Figures   in   Men'.  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  Our Desire to  make  room  for Fall  Importations is  your  opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  REID   &   YOUNG  ^^**w**+**&**mrmx4���������������*'t**C~ t*>9jP*0impMrWm������0jW |  The Most Complete -Zoological  Collection on Earth.  A circus would not be complete  without a Menagerie, and no one knew  this better than the Managers of The  Great Pan-American Shows when  they spent abotrt a million dollars,  depleting the jungles and forests of  five continents for beasts rare and  ferocious, strange and beautiful, to  people their vast Menagerie, which is  connected with their Monster Tbree-  RhJo-SirciisjiiuLKoman^Hippodrome.^  Will be seen at Bevelstoke on Wednesday, Sept. 18th, Cage upon cage,  and rows of them, filled with every  strange and awful beasts known to  the zongrapher. Chief among the  amphibious, carnivorous, bihorned,  split-hoofed mammals is the terrible  Bovalapus. There are Elephants,  Camels, Dromedaries, Deer, Bears,  Lion, Tigers, Leopards, Grizzlies, Serpents, Reptiles, and in a word, birds  and beasts, of every kind. There is  also", in a very attractive part of ~ the  Menagerie, the cutest little Baby Hip-  Jiopotiimus; imaginable, and four little  Jahy Lions; and in the unique department, amidst many marvels���������to many  to name in detail���������a Giant Camel, the  tallest animal alive. Rajah, theGiant  Elephant, the biggest brute that walks  the earth, the very Lord of Beasts;  taller and weighs moriP than anv  elephant uvei* captured.  i  A Califorian on the C. P. R.  Said John W. Williamson, prominent railroad contractor and mining  man from California to a. Province  reporter after a recent trip across the  continent on theC. P. R.  "The Canadian Pacific seems to be  ���������.etuiing a gieat deal of California  travel, ancl the mmihorof Cnlifornians  wlio lake, the Canadian route is in-  creas.ii.g every year. This is not  hurpriMiig as lhe service on the Can-  ndian Pacific is most excellent.  '���������As I have been engaged in railroad  construction, I was interested in the  condition of the line, in view of its recent labor trouble, and although our  train was a few bonis Lite. I must say  lhat the Canadian Pacific has quickly  recovered from the effects of the strike  Every part of the line seemed to be in  good condition, and in passing over  the load one would not imagine there  had recently been a strika on it. I  cannot help feeling that this is in a  sense accounted for by the fact that  there was not that personal feeling  ami animus among the strikers which  so frequently characterizes the strikes  on our side of the line, and that notwithstanding the fact that tha men  were on strike, tbey would do nothing  to imperil the company's interests, but  would protect them if necessary."'  O*  mm \\m\xsl  (lt$  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Ssml-Wcokly Journal published in I lie*  iuierrsB ot tbe railwav men. mining nu'i) and  biislne-s men of tlie \Vp������t. Iinys of Publication  Wednesday andSaturdny.  ADVRRTIS1X0  KATKS.  Display ads.,$1.00 per inch; single column,  fi. per inch when inserted -, on title page  Legal nds., 10 cents per inch (nonpariel) line  for lir-t insertion; 5 cents for each additional  insertion. Local notice.'10 cents per line eaeh  issue. Birth, Marriage and Death Notices  free.  SUDSCRIFTION' KATES.  By mall or carrier, f2 per annum; f 1.2.1 for  Ms months, strictly in advance.  OUR JOB DEPAItTMRNT.  Is one of the best equipped printing ollices In  the West and prepared to execute all kinds of  printing; fn tirstclass style at honest prices.  One price to all. No job too large���������none trio  small���������for us. Mall orders promptly attended  to.   (live us a trial on your next order.  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  We Invite eerrcspondenco on any subject  of Interest to thc general public. In all cases  the bona fide name of the writer must accompany manuscript, but not ncccssarilv for  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legiblv  written on one side of the paper only.  2.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed wilh the proper name  ofthe writer.  Cl. ... GROGAN, Editor.  Saturday, August 14, 1901.  THE CENTRAL  POST OFFICE.  *F    As il does not seem that there is  anything yet definitely decided about  the location of the Central post office,  although there is no manner of doubt  that it is settled to close the two 'at  present in existence, the JIei.ai.d  would like even now to urge upon  those who have the matter in band  whether it could not arranged, pend-  the erection by thc Dominion Government of a permanent building for- this  purpose, to keep the office on Front  St. still open for the accomodation of  the west end of thc town, while the  new postmaster, Mr. McRae. could he  located in quarters within convenient  reach of the business houses at thc  east end. While it is doubtless unusual to find two post offices in a  place of this size, still our circumstances are peculiar and there is very  little doubt but that the arrangement,  which we have suggested, would meet  the wishes of the majority of people in  Kevelstoke.  ownership and t'tisis a view ofthe mat*  ter which is very   generally   held   by  writers   on    thc     modern    economic  situation.    The conclusion is'one however which   involves   leaving   out  of  consideration   one    very     important  factor   in   the  result   aud that is'tho  capitalists.        It   may he taken ns mi  axiom that lhey   are   not   doing   the  colossal     scheming    and      financing  necessary to   effect the   coii*-olidation  of   intereMs   with   Ihe   ultimate    intention ol' allowing the government of  the   United   States   to   step   iu    and  calmly appropriate tho   result of their  labours for the. benefit of   the   people.  It is quite certain that any   such   termination   of   the   movement,   which  thoy are engineering with   such   consummate   audacity   and   skill,   is the  farthest from their calculations.     If it  enters into their consideratioi* at all il  i.s   as a possible   danger   ahead lo  he  provided for and averted.  The idea appears however to be  that the more concentrated the ownership of public, facilities the easier will  he their final acquisition liy the  government. It is confessed that at  present the public is powerless iu the  face of the capitalists. If they cannot  in all instances absolutely own the  legislatures, lite judiciaries nnd the  press so ns altogether stifle the voice  of public opinion, they can render  legislation against their interests useless hy evasion or open defiance and  they can contrive to tide over tin  dangerous pel iod of election time by  keeping the minds of lhe people occnj  pied by dead issues, carefully sidetracking from public discussion either  in the press or on the platform nny  matters of real and vital importance  to the peonle, which threaten to __o '���������  the root of the system which renders  the achcivement of their purposes  possihle. All this isadmitted and it is  very difficult, to understand why anyone should suppose that the power nf  concentrated capital, when raised to  the colossal degree contemplated by  Mr. Carnegie, is going to he easier to  control by the will of the people, which  is admittedly failing all along the line,  lo make any effective opposition to it  now. Tlie fact is thai the present  indications in tlie United .States, as far  as any reasonable forecast cm now be  made, are that in the struggle which  has already begun, capital is going to  win. cVnd it m,iy be liefore this 20th  century has half run its course  refugees from a more sweeping and  heartless a state of tyranny and  oppression in the States than ever was  inflicted by Icing or prelate or noble in  the old world, will find the fertile  valleys of New Zealand stand to them  with the same meaning of liberty and  safety as the white cliffs of England  have for centuries meant to exiles for  the cause of civil and religious freedom  from Ihe'continenl of Europe. Stranger  thingsthan that are recorded in history. --  %m&mm&mmmsii  SPACE RESERVED FOR  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  WfS4!2E!M 8*3*3  SPACE RESERVED FOR  !7:jW.v\-/*;*,        ..r-P.:  Revelstoke  ���������     Station.  tm^m������m������%m&mm$,&^mm  NEW WESTMINSTER  ELECTION!  All eyes are on New Westminster.  which is at present the storm center  of B, C. politics. Owing to personal  reasons Arr. D. 3. Munn has been  obliged to decline the' nomination  tendered him to contest the seat  against Mr. Brown. Mr. Munn was a  good selection, probably the strongest  man, who could have been pitched  upon. Mr. Thos. Gifford, who at the  last election was at the head of Mr.  Brown's committee and was recognized, says the Columbian, as one of thc  most influential factors in the campaign, which resulted in Mr. Brown's  return at -the head of the poll, has  consented to run in Sir. Munn's place.  He carries with him a number of Mr.  Brown's most influential supporters at  that election. Mr. Gifford's acceptance  of tbe nomination shews   to   what   a  large extent the feeling in New "Westminster against the Martin-Dunsmuir  combination has grown.  DELAY IS DANGEROUS.  In a recent interview, quoted by the  Trackmen's Advance Advocate, An-  ti������*w Carnegie expressed himself as  quite in line with" the socialistic  prophets on the movement toward the  consolidation of business interests.  which is now beginning to assume  such stupendous proportions. Long  ago it was pointed that the inevitable  final result of the present system of  competition would be the gradual  merging of industries into trusts and  of trusts into still larger combinations  until a few men of wealth previously  unimagined as possible would control  the whole business of the continent.  The steps to this consummation have  already gone so far that the truth of  this prediction is plainly demonstrated. At all events Mr. Carnegie, and  he ought to know something about  what is going on, is a convert to the  theory. He said in the interview  alluded to above.: "All these consolidations are steps in advance of a  great movement which will distinguish  the twentieth century. Hereafter  American railway lines will be of one  interest from the Atlantic to tlie  Pacific and one man in New York ono  fix through rate*. Tn a time trunk  railways will own steamship lines on  the Atlantic and Pacific. It would bo  unwise not fo promote this movement.  I hail it as another triumph for the  republic."  The Advocate also regards the  amalgamation movement as inevitable  and even beneficial as the sure and  certain     precursor    of    government  ri.* 11 ���������  BAKER,  CONFECTIONER,  ������ and caterer Etc.  y^*<^4^^r*^^^#^������*<-������^<^r������*<^g*tf^  fj.F. McLeod j  Confectioner and Grocer  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  0f3f.ox Revelstoke, B.C.  Soliciting For the Hospital. '  Mrs. Lawrence and Miss Woodward  of Revelstoke. came in to Trout Luke  yesterday. They are making collections for the Kevelstoke hospital whieh  will he under course of construction  shortly. Theirs is a 'very laudable  undertaking and we doubt not they  will meet with the success they  deserve. That this institution will be  a benefit to the Lui deau goes without  saying for at present there is nothing  adequate of this nature any nearer  than Kamloops over 200 miles away.  Of course it would be a great deal  more satisfactory to have an hospital  located in the. Lnrde.-iu but for the  present this is not possible, therefore  the Revelstoke institution should  receive the hearty support of om* people down here for it is very likely that  thc Lardeau will take a very important part in supplying patients, but  even suppose we don't it is comforting  to know that should anything serious  occur to endanger our lives or limbs,  we are assured of good medical or  surgical treatment in an institution  fitted up with all the modern appliances for the  alleviation and  cure of  !s-0;:r-i!esn-'.s-hc-ir-t  i;p;c~  Coeur   d'Alenes  Looking for a  Kootenay Refinery.  It is said that, that the silver-lead  miners of the Coeur d'Alene country  ate looking lo a new Canadian enter  prise to obtain lower rates of freight  and treatment on their ore. A lefin-  ery is to lie built, in the Kootenay  sountry, probahly at, Nelson, under  lionus from the Cana'dian government.4'  It proposed to ship lead ore in bond to  he smelted and refined m Canada nnd  then bring it hack into the United  States al fjnlfalo or Uoston, lhu������  avoiding the payment of duty. The  Canadian government offers a bonus  of S3 :i ton on lead produced from  C'lnadian oie, but the lefinery is expected to have rapacity enough for a  large tonnage of' imported ore. The  mine owners who favor this .scheme  calculate that they will get thu benefit  of the competing rates chaiged by the  Canadian Pacific railroad as against  the Northern P.iciflc and Great North  crn Both the Canadian Pacific and  the Great "Northern reach Nelson,  where it is proposed to build the  plant.���������Western Mining World.  Demand for Molybdenite.  As more than one lead of Molybdenite  is known lo exist in the Lardeau it is  interesting to learn from the Toronto  Globe that inquiries are lieing made  by old country manufacturers as to  whether nny supplies of this mineral  are to be obtained in Canada. Molybdenite is now in great demand for use  in the manufacture oi certain kinds of  steel. The name of Harrington Bros,  Olivers Yard, City Itoad, London, E.  C. England is mentioned as having  made inquiries concerning its existence in Canada.  Al SPRING and SUMMER  Millinery  m  8S Madison   Millinery   Parlors  S5  ffi Misses Shepard & Bell &  McKenzie Avenue      oo'23      **-*  m  The Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and IJntrimmed  S  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches  We have the name of* malting  the only Stvllsh Bnit*** in Town  ���������tor durability and quality  they also excel.  ������ .TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  -=���������^Next-the^McCarty^Block._-_.-^_-_  Notice to Go-Owners.  To J.S. Patterson and all others claiming  through him anv interest in the claims  hereinafter mentioned :  Under the.Mineral Act, 1S97, and amendments  thereto:  NOTICE Iii HEREBY GIVEN that wc, F.  McCarty and H.J. Bourne have performed all  the as������(*s*ni������nt work mt the Kairvicw. Belcher  Arabian, Victoria JV, Maple Leaf, Shamrock  and Mammoth mineral claim* situate in  (.round Hug Uaiin. in the Kevelstoke Mining  Hlvlilon of \V������������t Kootenav, located fn AtigiiRt  Vff, und recorded at Itevelitoke on the 3rd  September. 1!*.'J6, and that J. S. Patterson, the  recorded owner of an tuterct In the said  mineral claims has neglected to do or pay for  hi*sham of thu a.ssc*"*mcni work for thc years  1***W, 1'j.jO and .wi, and that unless said charges  arc not paid within nlnetydayi from the ilrst  publication of this notice, wc shall proceed to  rrcciril 'aid dcliii'iucnt intcreyt as provided by  Section II of the Mineral Act Amendment Aot,  1900,  l>at������d al Revelstoke, B. (;, this 5th day of  S'*ptcmbvr. 10*.I.  ~   ��������� f F. McCarty,  Co-������svners{ M. J. Bol-rnm-:  Notice to Co-Owners.  TO RlCIURD MCDIARMID.  T'nder Mineral Act 13S7 and amendments  thereto, notice is hereby given thatw". Loulfe  I.contine (Irabam and fins f.nnd. have per-  formed all thc assessment work on the "Golden  Eajyle" mineral claim, situated on lb������ divide  between Trench and MeCulIock Cr.-*ck*i. at the  head of Ground Hog Basin in the lllg Bend  Diitrict of Wo-it* Kootenay, located 14th September, ,'SD'l and recorded 21 September, I8:*G  and that Richard Mcfiiarmld thc recorded  owner of one-half tinterest |in flafd mineral  claim has neglected to ilo his share of the  work or to pay for same for the years 1898,1800.  l'OOand JSOI. Notice is hereby given to the  said Pichard McDIarmld that unlets jalil  charges are pnld within ninety day. ol Ihe  first publication of this notice we shall proceed  to record said delinquent Interest as provided  by sertion Jl of the "Mineral Act Amendment  Act, 1000."  bated at Revelstoke, B. C, Cth AuguBt, 1901.  Co-owners jf;-^--"*  WHEEL FOR 8ALE  On salc'ono new ?G. Colombia chain blcyclo  Will take-ISdollurs for it.  Apply HERALD Office.  " Fresh Eggs  Butter  Vegetables  always'oii hand.  Ice Cream  Home Made Candies z  a specialty. }f  Flowers  ..BARGAINS  ..IN   About 00 healthy plants, ineludingFuschias,  Geraniums, Begonias, Ktc, from 2Gc. up.  wards. Call cariy and get the choice. Sale  begins Monday, Aug, . 12th. Store * on  Mackenzie Avenue.  MRS. C. TURNROSS.  Oscar Strauss,  'MINING  CONTRACTOR,;  CAMBORNE, B. C  AU'kinds of mining, cnnt.rncts  taken nnd work exacnted in a  workmanlike manner.  PRICES ON APPLICATION.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market7  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $x a day.  Monthly Rate.   *  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop  CANADIAN-  PACIFIC   -AND:  "Soo Line"  IMPERIAL  LIMITED,  Starting June 10th,  will  make the run from Coast to  Coast in  100  Hours  Chenp Rates  Now in Effect to the  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  RevelBtoke.  J, E. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  V������nconv������f.  Larue and Well Lighted  Sample tooma   -     Heated hy Hot Air and Kleclric  Free Bus Meets All Trains "^ "'J I''S"1"' cver* roOM  Kcusoiiuhlc Kates ..  .  --.HOTEL  "V-IOTOZE-LXA..*^  JOHN V. PER KM, Proimiietok  rr      ,    ...    N'^llt  GrI" Ao>::i lu '"-nnectioii for the Convenience nf Gncits ,  Hourly Street Onr .���������. _ .  Between Hotel a-.d Station K������V������0st������B&������ ,    l0(g.  *  I  f  %  f  fr  >?���������  fr  fr  *  f  a-  *���������  Rates:    $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.   A good Bar. well supplied with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  Brown & Pool   ���������     Props. |  ****f*������*������**>F*f**M*^^^  KSi  ������ ��������� :Wi  .-SB?:  Wholesale  ind Retail Dealers  ������ PRIME BEEF.     PORK.,    Ml). TON;     SAUSAGE.!  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON. <  "���������'**���������"���������������������������"������������������"���������������������������  Telephone No: 101.  The Prospectors' Exchange!  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  Gold, Silver Lead and Copper Mines wanted at thc Or-Exchanuo.  Free Milling Uold Properties wanted al once for Eastern investors  .othePKwl"nhiV/;pBKxiab"a������?,u^rtyf0"^?^ requested to send samples of their ow)  All samples should be sent by express Prupald.       , .     Correspondence solicited. ,  Address all communications to ' *     _���������   ;,  (ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  ..Reserved for Revelstoke  Wine & Spirit Company.  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 iogood reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. \V. B. Paget, Prop.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage,,etc.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders loft at R.M. Smythe's Tobacco  attcnU1, b>'Tel0Phoa0NO;7wiHreccIve prompt  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  ������������T������?33S&. aBYHifK)EBJB.������.  -���������������������  .A }*.'  til'l  fl  ��������� .i  to  ,<���������^^*vly/-^!:^>(r-^*'.v<������^^^-���������rvi..^.  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining", telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  attention has always been drawn to Railway  matters, and recently it has definitely taken up  the task of forming itself into a vehicle of railway  news in which railway employes all over British  Columbia and Alberta will find the news of the  Great Rail-way System to which they belong, and  of personal and the happenings affecting themselves and their fellow employes. THE HERALD  has long enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper published in the district, which is now  rapidly increasing among the Railway Men East,  West and South. It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman the advantages  which it thus offers as ah advertising medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.  It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does more business with those  requiring Printed Stationery; and office supplies  than any other Printing Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries.  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 of 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  And in a position to give as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia. Write for Samples of Printing. All work  turned out promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail.  L  Printed and Published by  The EteveSstoke Herald Pub. GI  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  t_.  i  I  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   Ti. A., LI..1I. ,   ���������  Kiiri'lHler.      Solicitor,   Notary    Pnlillo,   Ktc.  McKon/.lc! Avenue, itevcl'-tokc Station.  Money to loan.  pj.UlVKY, M'CAitTH't *t PINKHAM  Hnrrlsters, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitor.** for Imperial Hank of Canada.  Coinpanv funds to loan nt.8 percent.  I'msr STUKBT, lievelstoke fetation, ll. C.  CHURCHES  surriioDixr church, hiivi.iatoki:.  Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7::)0 p. m  Class meeting at lhc close ol tlio morn ng  service. Sabbath Scliool and Jllble Class at .1..1U  Weekly Pi-aver Meeting every Wednesday  evening at l:'.'.xi. The public aro cordially  invited.   Seals free. ���������    ,  Rev. C: IjAdneii, Pastor.  ST. I'l.TRIlh I'lIUIICIl, ANUMCAN.  Eight a.m., llolv Kueharistj 11 a.m., matins,  Utility "lid .sermon (Holy Kucliarlst Ilrst Sun-  dav in the month); 'i-.'.Xti Sunday school, or  children's service; 7;:i(l Hvcnsong (choral) and  sermon, llolv Days���������The Holy Kuchaiisl is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8 a.m., as announced.  Holy Haptlsm after Sunday School at:!.l.'>.  c. A. I'Iuiuunikii, lleelor.  l'HKSIIVTi:illAN ciiuncn.  Service everv Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7::)0 p.m.  to w liluli all arc welcome.     Prayer meeting at  K n. in. every Wednesday.  m:v. w. c. Cai.deii, Pastor.  HUMAN CATHOLIC C1IU1LC1I.  Mass   ut 10:.i0 a. in.,  on  Ilrst,  second  and  fourth Sundays In the month.  IIKV.   t'ATIIKIt   T1IAVKII.  SALVATION   AllMV.  Meeting every night In their Hall on  Front  Slicct.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Moots every Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hall nt S o'clock  Vi&iling Knights invited.  Muck, CO?:    :    :    :    :   :  F. B. Lewis. K. op R. Si H.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  .Kegular meetings are held in the  Oddfellow's Hall on tlio Third Friday of each monlh, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  , W. G. IHKN12Y, llec.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH *  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Roval School of Mines, London.    Seven years  at 'Morfa  Works,  Swansea.    17   years  Chief  Chemist to Wlgan Coal and Iron Co,,  Fug.  Late Chemist aud Assaver, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each month; White Rose Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON, HY. KDWARDS,  President.-   ' ",   " Secretary.  .    H. EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.    '  DEER HEADS^BIUDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Pc-aircd.-  JUST EAST OF PRUSHVtEKIAN CIIURCHI  Third Street.  Certificate of. Improvements  How the Members Take Their  Medicine.  TOM TAYLOR AMAZED.  Seen by the Topic, regarding the  advent of Mr. Blown inlo the cabinet,  Thou. Tuylor M. P. P. snid: 1 can  hardly believe that the report, as given  in tlio const papers cn Wednesday's  mail, is correct for it is diftieult to see  how tht* premier expects to gain anything by this move. If this appointment is expected to appease the six or  seven oppositionists it will also have  the effect of losing to him ninny of his  present supporters who are not willing  to follow the government subjected  as it will he to the domination of  Jobcph .Martin.  Nil KEA80NT0 KICK.  Hon. XV. C. Wells is not going to let  a little Ihing like Mr. Brown annoy  him. Ile has stated to the press that  he has no fear of Mr. Martin materially  affecting the stability of the cabinet.  "I think that the government will  now be stronger with the number of  men who will join the party with Mr.  Martin, unless there are more defections from the party, nnd it is hoped  tlmt them is no reason for being put  about in this connection. Mr. Martin  did not have a pleasant position at the  head ofthe opposition. Such being the  citRfi he considered it wiser to join the '  party of the premier, then it is no  body's business but his own. The only  result that I can see that the government "ill gain the support aud  strength of Martin men, who will go  with them. There is not any reason  to kick. All that has happened could  have occutrcd without Mr. Martin  having any sinister motive in view.  What 1 mean is that because Mr. Martin happcns.to have gone into the rauks  of the government, it does not mean  that he cuts any great amount of  ice, or that he is running the government."  GILMOUR SHUFFLING.  H. B. Gilmour, one of the Vancouver  members, returned from Victoria this  morning, where he had gone to see  what was doing in politics. A good -  deal may be gathered from his statement of where he stands.  "I do not say that I will.supportany-  one. I will vote for any legislation  which is in the interests of the Province, it makes no difference by whom  it is introduced."  Mr. Gilmour, even after a trip to the  Capital, is unable to distinguish who  are the leaders in provincial politics  and what nre their principles.--  World. -     ���������>  -/  jCsTOTICIE-  " O. K." Mineral Claim, situate in the  Revelstoke Mining Division of West Kootenay  Dlstrict:  Where located:���������In Ground Hog Basin, on  McCullough. Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles F. Lindmark.  of Revelstoke, Free Miner's Certificate No. B,  -17000, intend, blxty days from the dale hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Cenilleate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  ���������Andfurther take notice that action under  Section 37. jnust ibe eommcnccd_bcfore_thc  issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of August, A.D., 1001.  Aug 172m     ��������� CHAS. F. LINDMARK.  Fawcett v. C. P. R. Railway  R. S. Lennie has served a * notice of "'  appeal in the' rather celebrated case of  Fawcett vs. the C. P. R. railway. ,-This ,-  was an action __ foi* .damages brought  against the railway company by the  parents of the late conductor Fawcett,  who died from the effects of injuries "  received at thc C. P. R. siding at Bob-  son in October, 1809.  ' The case came on for trial in this  city before justice Irving, who refused"  to allow it to go to the jury after the  case for the plaintiff had been presented, upon the finding that the-plaintiff  was the author of his own injury, by  reason of his not having examined the  running gear of his "train -and discovered a defect in the brake wheel,  which it tyas admitted was the cause  of the accident. Miv Justice Irving  held that the deceased was .required,  to do this under the rules of the company. An appeal was taken from  this decision to the full court but the  decision of the trial judge was upheld.  The appeal is now to be carried to the '  Supreme Court of Canada. The issue  to be determined by the supreme  court, is merely whether justice Irving  was right in refusing to allow the case  to go to_tlic jury, and theallowing of  Certificate  of Improvements  ZfcTOTICE.  Ciold IIIII Mineral Claim, situate ill tho  Revelstoke Mining Division of Kootenay District.  ���������   Where Located:   In Ground Hog Basin, on  McCullongh Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that J, C. 1). Hume, I'ree  Miner's Cenilleate No."Il, I7M!I, Intend, slxtv  days from the date hcienf, lo applv to the  Mining Hecor.li'r for a Certificate of improvements, for the purpose 01 obtaining 11 Crown  Grant of thc above claim.  Anil further takenoil.'o that action, under  Section -17, inii-a be commenced before lhe  issuance of such Ccrtlilciile of Improvements.  Dated this 1th day of September, lirni.  Oct. 11���������if  FOR SALE .  Four thoroughbred White Plymouth Rock  Roosters. All young birds. Applv to the  HKiiAU*. :s.,.|-.t. n-3t  EhiTappearwouItllnean that the plai_>~  tiff would be entitled to a new trial.  The case is of interest to. trainmen ,  for the reason that the ruling of justice Trving virtually amounts to a.  judicial interpretation of the rules  which the railway company issues for  the guidance of its conductors, which  has also been sustained by the highest  courts of the province.���������Nelson Tribune. *       . - ,  FOR SALE  One 50  Horse  Power   Engine   antl   Do.Ifr  complete���������nearly new.  One Sawmill complete, with Edger.  Planer  and Shingle Mill���������nearly new.   The above for  sale, If.u.li., Itevclstoke, cheap.  Apply to  II. Pf.KRY-Ll.AKE,  aug 7������lt " Kevelsioke, 11. C.  Shoemaker  Business  For Sale.  SHOP AND STOCK CHEAP.  To be sold by October 20th.  D.  JENKINS.  The whole of thc stock or part to suit  purchasers will be sold.  Sept 11���������Oct. 20  A fine 7 octave Piano Case Organ,  latest type, key board touch and  pedals, same as upright piano. This  instrument must be sold or returned  to Toronto. Apply A. McLean's store,  McCarty Block. Sept. 11,2. t  How the "World" Sizes it up...  This is 'how   the   World   has them  slated.  OPPOSITION.  Clifford, Cassiur; Dickie, Cowichan;  Green, Kaslo; Houston, Nelson: Tay-  lor, liuvelstakc; Fulton. North Yale:  Tatlow, Vancouver; "Garden. Vancouver; Murphy, W. Tale; Ellison, E.  Yale; Rogers. Cariboo; Mtitiro, Chilli-  wacl-; Il.iyward. Esquimalt; Helmck-  eii. Victoria; Ale-Phillips, Victoria; A.  W. Smith. \V. Lilloet: McBride.  Dewdney: Kidd. Richmond; Mounce.  Comox; Neilir^AIberni; Curtis, Koss-  lind; Hathornwaite, Nanaimo; E. C.  Smith, East Kootenay.  GOVERNMENT.  Diiiisiniiir. Brown. S. Martin, Vancouver: Gilmour, Vancouver; Hall,  Victoria; Booth. North Victoria;  Stables, Cassiar; Hunter, Cariboo;  Oliver. Delta; Mclnnes, North Nanai-'  mo; Pooley,   Esquimau.  To these the World adds provisionally Hon. Messrs. Eberts Wells and  Prentice while it gives the opposition  the vacant (^Victoria, seat. In our  opinion there is no doubt tbat Wells  and Prentice are going to slay with it  and Mr. Eberts is the only Jdoubtfnl  proposition, ��������� Conceding, however.*  all these to the government and the  Victoria seat to the opposition the  parties stand at 24 to 14, the latter  including the speaker. 'WTTTTTTTTi'TTTTTTTTTTTTT^  SCHOOL  + ALL THE  ������ EDITIONS  5  NEW  AT..  ? Canada Drug & Book Go  | REVELSTOKE.  BORN.  Taylok���������On the Dth, inst., to Mr. anil  Mrs. Thos. Taylor of Trout Lake  City, a daughter.  Notes of News.  ���������OrfJh  <ftCay?iy SfUMOcAot/  A6 A^UtAe^O crny ^iy&   C4~*yri/r%4  - ^������y^ y^y*^ &n&uy_  ^y^o. stunts ^^Sr^ft^'r yy *  Oh Sale���������A quantity of tar. John  E. Wood.  AV. Kiikiip left for the Big Bend on  Tuesday.  ���������The new town of Twin Falls is now  on the market.  Aid. Abrahamson has returned from  his visit to Trout Lake City.  H. G, P.'trhiun, of the CM. It., is iu  town on a visit to T. E. L. Taylor.  W. B. Pool and B. Crilly went into  Camborne together on Tuesday.  The Duchess of Cornwall will not  come further west than Banll'.  J..Laughton and .1. Sutherland,' of  Ferguson, are in town this week,  A branch ofthe Imperial Bank will  be opened iu Ferguson next mouth.  There is to be a dance on the 23rd to  raise funds to send the football team to  Kamloops.  Mrs. F. McCarty is at Arrowhead  spending a couple of weeks as a guest  of Mrs. J.J. Foley.  Fred Phillips arrived this week from  Phoenix to take a position in J. B.  Creasman's tailor shop.  ���������Twin Falls is the present terminal  of the Kootenay Lakes and Arrowhead  Rail way now building.  W. A. Galliher, M.P.. will be here tomorrow to settle about the location of  the central post office.  Hugh McPherson of Trout Lake is  superintendent of the work on the  Fish River wagon road.  Thursday's No. 2 was delayed and  did not arrive till. 2 p.m. on account of  a landslide neat Kamloops. <  Provincial Engineer Gamble has  taken over the canyon wagon road  from the contractor, Ham Donelly.  ���������Plan, prices and terms for sale  of  ;: lots in Twin Falls can be seen at John  D. Sibbalds office the agent at Revelstoke.  Rev G. E. Smith. S. T. L. of Kelowna, will preach in the Methodist  church morning and evening to-morrow.  Three bridges on the Greely ��������� creek  1'oad beyond the Thirteenth crossing  have been destroyed by the recent  bush fires.  ���������Now is the best time to buy lots in  Twin Falls, as you can now have your  choice. J. D. Sibbald, Revelstoke,  agent.  M. M. Buchanan of the Pendragon  hotel Camborne was in town on Thursday. Business is humming in the gold  belt centre.  C. R. McDonald and F. McCarty,  who were up to Smith Creek returned  this week and Mr. McCarty left again  .for the Okanagan.  R.' Tapping laid on the editorial  table a couple of branches of blue  plums loaded down with beautiful  fruit. . They were quite a picture.  A peculiar feature of the limestone  found near Lardeau and quarried for  flaming purposes is that it yields on  an average $2.50 in gold to the ton.  The tunnel on the Ophir-Lade has  struck the lead at 150 feet.: The shewing of free uiillingquurtzand tellurides  in the tunnel is most promising.  Something new. Don't miss it,  Boston Baked Beans, Brown Bread  and Pumpkin Pie at the MetJiodist  parssnage on Thursday evening, Sept.  26th.  The last car load of machinery for  the Big Eddy saw mill has arri veil and  is being put up. The company e:q>ect  to lie running by the beginning of the  month.  R. Davis, who has been running  the  ���������s&wmill-at-Ferguson��������� this"-"sum'mierris  returning to town to take the position  of foreman in the Big Eddy mill, in  which he is interested.  A special meeting of tha Ladies  Talent Society of; St. Peters' church  will be held at the vicarage on Wednesday, Sept. 18th at 4. ��������� p. m. As  important business is to be transacted  a full attendance is requested.  Owing to the absence of Aid, Nettle,  Aid. McCarty away in Okanagan and  Aid. Bourne expected home tomorrow  morning and the illness of Aid.  McLeod, no meeting of the city council  .was possible last night.  Reports from Comaplix are to the  effect that t he London & B. C. Gold-  fields have made their second payment  on the Eva bond, The news iy justly  regarded as of immense importance to  the immediate future of the Camborne  camp if true.  Vincent Lade of Ferguson was in  town on Thursday. Speaking to the  Herald of his new strike opposite the  Triune he said the ore was very similar  in appearance to the Triune but does  ^not run no rich in silver. Assays have  '  given S25.S20 and up to $32 in gold.  Tha'dead body of Albert Bradley,  fireman on the steamer Eth������l Host**,  was found on the shore nt Sbuswap  lake at a point where he had been put  off on Monday by Capt Gronlund for  making himself offensive arid using  fire arms while intoxicated. The  body was found oh Thursday.  The latest addition to the Hekald's  exchange list is the Ladysmith Leader  and ' Welington-Extension News, a  semi-weekly puplished in the rising  young city of Ladysmith by T. l���������  Grahame. The Leader is a big 7 column sheet, smartly written, and ,i  vigorous supporter of the Dunsmuir-  Martin combine.  A large number of miners are  "reported at work on a branch of Isaac  creek near the head of Sable creek  with good results. A number of claims  have been located this summer and a  trail up the creek is becoming a necessity. Isaac Creek is a camp directly  tributary to Revelstoke and one there  fore whose development our business  men sheuld mak������ every effort to foster. H  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in the Compounding o  Prescriptions; and our care! and skill  ���������the results of experience and  training���������assure that degree of accuracy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Bring  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  a F. CURTIS,  TAYLOR BLOCK,  McKenzie Ave  THE GREATEST GLORY OF THIS GOLDEN AGE !  THE GREAT-  'an-American Shows  EUROPEAN MENAGERIE!  TRIPLE CIRCUS HIPPODROMEL  OCEANIC AOUARTUM AND  CONGRESS OE LiVING PHENOMENAL  IfSWILL SURELY EXHIBIT AT REVELSTOKE  WEDNESDAY,   SEPTEMBER   18th, 1901  (fl  fi-  o  c  ti  The kinetoscope exhibition of Tissot  pictures and concert by the Emerald  Duet, which was to have: come oif on  Thursdwy had to be cancelled owing  to a severe attack of catarrh experienced by Mr. Smith.  The Vancouver correspondent of Hie)  Nelson Tribune is responsible for thej  statement that the appointment to the  anglican bishopric or Kootenay will be  made in two weeks and that thereis a  rivalry between archdeacon Pentreath  and Rev. L. Norman Tucker for the  position.  C. J. Aman, manager of the Enterprise Cigar Factory, informs the Herald that he has not so far received  any notice that the premises at present  occupied by the company are required  for a post office and lie is not in consequence at present looking out for  fresh quarters.  While working at our case we were  favored by a'call from W. A. Nettle  of Revelstoke, who is in town to work  on the new Imperial Bank building.  Billy informs us that though not a  father in the common sense of the  word he was one of tho. fathers of  Revelstoke. Billy it rather hard on  himself.���������Golden Era.  Arthur and Robt. Gunn, partners of  the Lade Bros., in the famous Lade  group, which was recently bonded to  the Ophir-Lade syndicate, were in  town yesterday. Arthur Oil tin goes  east on a holiday trip to his home in  Nova Scotia and will visit (he Pan  American en route, Robt. Gunn  returns this morning to Ferguson to  look after their mining interests in the  Lardeau.  Capt. D. Paul Hughes. J. 0.  Menoher und E. A. Bradley came in  on Thursdav by boat from Smith  Creek. They made the trip in ten  hours. Messrs. Hughes and Menoher  left this morning on the delayed No 1  for the coast, where they will proceed  home to Pittsburg. Mr. Bradley is  shipping up ten tons of supplies to the  Blue Jay, where at least 15 men will  be employed all winter.  First Shipment From Standard.  C. J. Rumens came down from the  Standard last night. The vein on the  No 2 tunnel is widening out and is  now about 3 ft 4 in width of nice clean  ore, while the quality of the ore is  maintained. .1. Nelson is expected in  with a pack train loaded with 1200 ton  of ore for **hipment to Trail and  Granlsy. Preparations are being  made at the mine for active operations  during-the���������winter���������and���������the-woric^of-'  burning charcoal and hauling timbers  is vigorously being presented. So far  the weather has kept exceptionally  fine at the Basin, which has greatly  facilitated operations.  Free Transportation.  Gen. Supt. Marpole has written the  city clerk conceding free transportation for the mineral exhibit to be  made in connection with the arch,  which Revelstoke has undertaken to  erect in Vancouver on the occasion of  the royal visit and hoping ^ the enterprise will be of advantage to the city  and district.  MARACAIBO  CHOCOLATES  A choice line of  these  fine  ���������confections.always on fcttn-rl  Kxtra (Joatlnp of Chocolate  Kold at Eastern prices:  50c. and 60c. per Ib  BURNT ALMONDS  65c.   and   75c.   per   ib.  w. Bews, piiid. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  BROWN BLOCK.  TEL. 48.  RAJAH  Largest Elephant'lhat walks the Earth, now with the Great  Pan-American Shows. Taller,- Weighs More, Costs  More than any Elephant ever captured.  Thc Most Marvelous Monster of the Mighty Seas  THE BOVALAPUS.    '  Biggest Born Marine Wonder.  EDNA COOKE,  The Girl Wonder ! The only Lady Somersault Rider in the  \\ orld on a Barebock Horse. A challenge of $10,000  to produce her equal. ��������� .      '  ANNA COOKE,  The only Lady Four and.., Six  Horse   Rider  the  world'has'  ever produced.       For grace and skill she has no equal.  More than all the: Adam-Named   and   Noah-Name^d "'Multi-  Kimous Zoological .w6nders. .. -.  CAPT. SANTIAGO, High DiverT  The World's Highest Diver; actually  flings himself back-  ward from the higuest. point ever dived from.   "  HERD OF TRAINED ELEPHANTS-Trained .Jaguars;  . H?ers, Lions, Leopards, Bears, Lynxes, Wild Cats,  Grizzlies, Catamounts, Horses, .Stallions, Monkeys and  Ponies. J  ������  O  *������  (f)  ���������a  c  </>  +*  o  o  ta  Carpets.   Curtains.   Linoleum.  To purchase everything you want in the  Clothing and Furnishing Lines from  Wc buy from the best Wholesalers.  The Quality of Our Stock is Excellent.  Our prices are reasonable.  We will open up in a few days a perfect  Imported stock of  DRESS COODS,   RIBBONS,   RUCS,   CARPETS,   INLAID   LINOLEUM  AND FLOOR CLOTH.  Imported from the best manufacturers in Scotland.  Dress Goods, Gent's Furnishings  Wake Up  AND SKIS THE BARGAINS AT  GUY BARBER'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844* Rodgers.Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  JOHN D. SIBBALD. "A^uc.  7   -*Hpiwi    i in  .a.<3-:e:i>tt jpok  REAL ESTATE  n. P'. R. TOWSSITK  MAXtA TOWNSITE.  [ Canada Permanent & Western  '      Canada Mortgage Corporation.  < Equitable &avliiBa Eoan and llnildlng Association  INSURANCE !  COAL FOR SALE,  Imperial Mre. Guardian Kire. Mercantile Fire  Canadian Flre. Caledonian Kire . *-**"*'"'- rlr***  ConfuUeratiaii Lite.      Atlas Fire.   .  HOUSES FOlt SALE AND RENT.  .Address PevelsfnkP Station.  **'������i������'������������������������������'������^^  +  ������������������fr  fr  **K  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  xfr  *  *  fr  fr  fr  *.  1*  Grand, Golden, Glittering, Mile-Long Street Parade Every  Day at 10 o'clock aim.   Hieh Dive 10:30 a. m. and 6:30  All Tents are Waterproof -c* ,  Doors openPat Tand 7 pj������.      PorformweS'SS'a'SS M Eailroads*  LEWIS   BROS.  insurance, financial and real estate agents  Represent the following reliable Companies.  The Provincial Building and Loan Association, of Toronto.  The Canadian Birkbeck Investment and Security Co.,Toronto.  .    The B.C. Permanent Loan aiul Savings- Com pany, of Varcouver.  '    The Norwich "Union.Fire" Insurance_Sociely.-^-'��������� 'FIRE. \. ''  ~'~The~National Assurance" Co., of Ireland.      ' FIRE.  The Phenix Insurance Co., of Brooklyn.  The Phoenix Insurance Co., of Hartford.  The Queen Insurance Co':, of America.  The Equitable Life Assurance Society.  The -Metropolitan Plate'Glas Insurance Co.  Agents for the Smelter Townsite.  Houses for Sale .or Rent.  P. O. Drawer���������7S  FIRE.  FIRE.  FIRE.  LIFE.  Accident to Aid. McLeod.  John McLeod, painter iti the C.P.R.  shops and the wellknmvn and popular  alderman I'or Ward.]. was the victiin  of an accident on Wednesday evening,  which, it can only he regarded as  miraculous, lhat it did not result inniu  seriomly. Ile had just finished painting an engine tender ami it was being  'moved by the shop hands through Lhe  shops. Mv. .Mrl.cod was helping wilh  the rest and while so engaged endeavored to pass between the moving  tender and an upright placed alongside  .the track. ��������� A.s he darted between - the  tender caught him .".and'*'*'rolled, him  round against the pout in a space of  not more than ten inches. As soon as  the awful pressure- ceased by the  'ender rolling hirn clear of the pott,  Mr. McLeod fell senseless lo the  ground. Strangely enough his medical attendant pronounces that although  the scnicpze to which he was submitted  was awful not a rib waabroken. The  patient is doing as well as can possibly  be expected. He says himnelf that he  could feel his ribs moving inside his  body like so many clasping fingers.  The Royal Train J  The officials of the Canadian Pacific  have completed arrangements for  operating the royal train to the  Pacific and back. It will be run in two  sections, the first of fiight and the  second of nine cars. It will take  about 40 engines to-run the train there  and back. A t each of the 23 divisions  it will be laken in charge of divisional  superintendents, Kobillard being the  first to take hold of it between Mon-  treue and Quebec. It is not known  whuther President Shaughnessy will  accompany thc Hoyal pjirty yet, but if  hedoes notitis probable tbat either Mr.  Tail, manager of transportation, or  "W..R. Baker, assistant to the second  vice-president will take charge of the  trip. A special electrician, as well as  special operators will be on board, and  a specially selected stair of conks,  waiters, etc. The train was tested on  a run to Quebec Sunday in charge of  several of the leading ollicials of the  road, and gave greatsatiffaction.  On     the    return   from     the  coast  the     Grand    Trunk Will  , take over  {the train at North Bay and run  it  to  1 Toronto, throughout   Ontario   and to  .Sherbrooke.     and     Montreal. The  general manager, Mr. G. B. Reeve,  will meet t he party at North Bay and  accompany them through Ontario.  FOR 8ALE.  One CottHK*. Conl Ktovc and one Box Ptn������������  Cheap for CMh.    Apply ftl J,ewl"flro?.     v^i  For Sale  The following   honsehoJd articles nre  offered for nale ���������  . 1 SEWING MACHINE  COOKSIOVE, BED-  SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES, CHAIRS and  OTHER   ARTICLES. . ..  MRS. BROWN,  Opposite the  Opera House  Many men have 'Viany  minds in the matter of dress  ���������but the dictates of fashion  must be considered. -  , We make the clothes you  want, correct in style, ofthe  best material, and in a faultless manner. ���������  There's real distinctiveness in ��������� thc garments we  make.  Our stocli is the largest  ahd best assorted in the'city.  |Yo���������r Patronage SoljcTed   ^.7^;.  OE,E3SiMIA.iq- ,  a lhe Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave.    ' ���������  This Space Reserved  for John E. Wood's  New Furniture Advt.  metier  Townsite  REVELSTOKE  LEWIS   BRSO,  Sole  Agents.  I  I  a  ti  m  ������  i

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