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 \&-  ^A^rxi^C Q(y^My������AA  r<  iv*  V  XX-  I'i''  \'\  Vol    V.  No 80  REVELSTOKE B. C.     SATURDAY:   OCTOBER 12, 1901.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  I  C. B. HUME  &C0.  t*^**^*^**^***-.*^.^**-^**-*******'*-*  BAHGAIHS!  BARGAINS!  This week wc are offering our  entire stock of Straw and  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  All the newest and nobbiest  stvles.  MEN'S   SUMMER  COATS  AND VESTS AT A GREAT  S^= REDUCTION ^  Now'in���������Big Stock of Ladies'  and Chiidrens' Lisle, Thread,  Cotton and Cashmere Hose.  Also a' big stock of Gents'-  Hosiery in- Silk, Cashmere,  and Cotton,' including, the  celebrated Health Hose.  If you want a really nice  thing in these goods come  and examine our stock.  THAT DOES  SETTLE  IT  PARASOL  A few lines left which we are  offering at a great   reduction.  "Don't���������-foi'getr-we^carn���������the--  Biggest Stock of 1 leavy 1 lard-  ware in the City.    It will pay  you to  get our  Prices  before  purchasing., - " ������: -  A big shipment of Paints  Oils, Nails, Etc, arriving.  Tools of all kinds always  in stock.  DYNAMITE,  CAPS,*  FUSE.  We are agents for the .celebrated BENNETT  FUSE.  Premier   Dunsmuir   Will    Not  Resign.���������He Touches On Mr.  McBride, Mr. Helmcken and  Other Things.  The Ladysmith Lender of Wednp.*-  day snys: "Hon. .lames iliiiisniiiir  .���������irrivi'd this morning from ICxtcjisinn  on liis way to Vii'toi-in. Whili' waiting  :it the Ladysmith station lor the  Victoria expiess. Mi*. Duiisiiiiiii' was  asked hy ii r.undiT ri'poi'ti.'i* it' the  .interview which appeared in pic  Victoria Daily Times a few days ago,  to the elTect thai he would not resign  bill would meet Ihe house with twenty  two supporters was cnrrocl.  "Yes," replied Mr. Diinsiniiii'. "Unit's  ahoul- right. I'll have 21 or '22 supporters when, the house -meets."  "Bill whul aboul the alarming re-  pnrls in the opposition papers lhat.  you must resic.ii al once, that, you are  lired ol' politics, and wanted to i*i-*t_ii*r-?'*  ���������'I am not responsible i'or what the  opposition papers say," said Mr.  Dunsmuir laughing. "I suppose they  inusi have-something to s.iy."  "Then these statements of theirs are  not cotiett ������������������*"  "No. they are absolute nonsense.  Why'should I resign, just because Air.  Brown was defeated ? That makes no  diil'erenee; we haveHhe support of the  iiiaioi ity of the House, and I have not  the least intention of resigning, until  the opening of the House is tested. Of  course if 1 find Ihnl I have no longer  that support, I should at once resign.  But that has to he shown yet."  ���������*It is siiid, Mr. Dunsmuir, that you  have been false lo all . your  pledges, made when the cabinet was  formed in June, 1000. Is that the ease  sir?"  The Premier - laughed and said :  "More opposition newspaper talk."'  Then, very earnestly nnd quickly. *'I  tell you that with one solitary exception every pledge and promise-made  hy meat that time has been, honestly  and faithfully carried out. And  nobody knows thai-fact better than  Mr. McBride. I did not want the  Premiership; it was actually thrust  upon me with the strongest pressure  to take it. Mr. McBride was strongly  iii favor of it; he was present when  those pledges' were made; .he, knpivs  well that they Have been carrieiVout;  but 1 suppose agitators like McBride  manage to get a lot of paople to  believe their stories, and so the public  gets hold of erroneous* ideas. And  what is more," continued the Premier,  "cabinet positions weie then ottered  to Vancouver representatives and  declined for good reasons. Vancouver  was not slighted."  '  "Did uot Mr. McBride vote  for the  railway bill?"  "Certainly. Vote.for it! Why, JMc-  .Bride could think of nothing else .at  that time, He came to tue and asked  if I thought thp bill could be carried.  I told him it was all right, as the Opposition were mainly in favor of and  would support it. Even just before  lhe vote was taken he came to me and  expressed the greatest fear lest the opposition should fail us. 1 11,111st say  thai f lost patience with the man. It  was perfectly tiresome to have him  badgering the life out of one'with his  ceaseless ipiest ions, fears and doubts;  liut-you should-have seun-him-after-llii*  vole was taktn. Why, he was wild  willi joy; he thought well of the opposition then. Now, the reason why  Mr. John C. Brown wus invited into  llie ciihiiifl was not because, as the opposition press say, he had been a su|-  porter of Mr. Joseph M.irtin, lint as a  member of the opposition .who had  shown himself to be 11 disinterested  ���������supporter of anything that was really  for the benefit of the country; that  wan the sole reason."  "What was the exception you mei -  tinned, Mr. Dtinsinui'r, to the carrying  out of your pledges made at the forma  tion of the cabinet*?,'  "Oh. Mr.' Uflnickcn. It wur well  understood that Mr. Helmcken was to  have���������the offer of 11. cabinet position.  But his extraordinary londnct in  bringing in or attempting to bring in  resoliitions of want of confidence in  the government, destroyed my confidence in him."  Air.  Dunsmuir   continued   that   hi  only thought Ihrnujrtiont his tenuie <>  office as Premier had heen for t he in'  vaneement of th'.* interests  of  Britis!*  Columbia.   He would be sorry   if  Unpeople believed t.he   malicious  report**  which were being spread   about   him.  but if the people signified   it as   their  wish'.he would   accept  it   with   com  posure and without complaint.  Great Meeting- and Election of  Officers at Nelson. ��������� Stock  Selling Rapidly and the Next  Block Will Be Sold at Par.  [SI'KC'IAI. 'I'll  TH 13   IIKIIAI..)].  Ni*:i.so-n, Oct. 12.���������At." a meeting of  lim sliarelnilileis of the Northwestern  J)i*vi'liipiiu*iit .Syndicate held here  yesterday, the following ollieers and  directors were elected:.. A. J. Scott,  president: Dr. fi. A. B. Hull, vice-  pruMilenl; 1'. Lainont, treasurer, and  A. F. Rosenberger. secretary. The  following it the board of directors:  A. J. .Scott, Hancock. .Mich.. Dr.  Hall, Nelson, J. P. Uyers, Trail; P.  Lamont, J. Fred Hume, .1. O. T.  Crofts, C: Jl. Stillwell. S. M. Brydges,  and A. F. Kosenbprger, all of Nelson  and .las. A. -Magee of Revelstoke.  A. J. Scott, J. 0. T. Crofts and A. F.  Rosenberger left this morning to visil  the prospectus.- Stock in lhe syndicate is selling rapidly and the next  block of stock placed on the market  will be put at par.  Federal Interference.  Several times the expression has  been made, "Why does not the  government interfere in the steel  strike ? " The only way thc government ever interferes in a strike is to  run out the soldiers when the corporations want to finish tho strikers.  Government interference has been  confined thus far in this direction.  "The Steel Trust is a pretty fair sized  problem for Lhe government to man-  aye and it has a great future before it  with its ability to handle legislatures,  state and national, and just what  these masters of finance will do before  the end comes will be difficult to  determine, but il is very safe to predict thai the time when the government will interfere with them will not  be while conditions remain as they  are.���������Railroad Trainmen's Journal.  ' Piano Tuning."  A Mason & Rich piano timer, .will  arrive in the .city on Tuesday-next.  All orders for piano inning left with  Alex .McLean, merchant, McCarty  block will receive prompt ^attention.  Gen: Buller Creates an Excit-  ment by a Speech.���������Stay With  it Lipton.���������Kruger Being Congratulated on Starting the War.  Ambtkiidaji. Oct. 12.���������Kruger received many gifts and congral illations  yesterday, the 2nd anniversary of (he  declaration of war in Soulh Africa.  Loxiiox, Oct. 12.���������Gen. Buller in a  speech made before the King'.*, Kides'  Thiir*idiiy night said thai he advised  the surrender of Ladysmilli. lie  severely criticized the conduct of the  war in Soulh Africa. His speech  created great excitement.  Nli\V YoitK. Oct. 12.���������A New- York  paper (jnotes Sir Thos. Lipton as saying Unit if no one else challenges next  year fur the America's cup lie    will do  so.  Soi-'IA, Oct. 12.���������In compliance with  a request from Washington the search  for the, abductors of Miss Stone has  been abandoned, ft was feared that  ihe brigands would kill her, should  they be pursued. The ransom will be  paid. 1-  Oape Totvx, Oct.. 12.���������A despatch  from Middleboro, Gape Colony, says  that sentence of death has been pvsscd  upon Commandant Loiter, a Cape  Colony rebel, whoso comrade was  captured bjv Major Scobell, south 'of  Petersburg, last month. Lmd Kitchener has confirmed the senler.ee. Five  of Lolter's comrades have been sen-  leneed'\o impri.-onmcr.t for life.  Ottawa, Oct. 12 It is understood  lhat the Karl of Minto is not likely lo  complete his term as Governor-General of Canada. If .he resigns, the  appnintuu'Fi will be offered lo Baron  de Blaquicre. , -   .  Latest Census Returns.  Ottawa, Oct. 0.���������There are only  two districts, in Brilish Columbia  entirely-completed in the census bureau. They are the .Victoria and New  Westminster districts.. Victoria district is"as follows: . Esquimau. -1,172;  Metchosin. ICO.Victoria, l,4SlfVictoria  city, 20,*������17; total .23.M7."-'-'Nii-.v-Westminster:, Chilliwack, 3,112: Delta. 1,7S������;  Dewdney. 3,177; New Westminster.  0.-10S; Richmond*, 4,802; total 22.377. Lt  will tie some lime before the returns  from olher districts are furnished.  It Should be Built On the West  Side   of Death    Rapids   and  Two Miles and a Half Would  Be Sufficient.  A well known surveyor, who has  hud as much practical experience of  (lu: upper river as any man in North  Kooli'imy. in conversation with ,1  lli-it.\i.i) man on the Death Rapids  'liicslioii said: "A tramway built on  1 his side of the river would have lo  st/itl fiom Liiporte. which is Ihe  furl hest, point up on lhe east bank of  the river al which 11 landing can be  ellected. 11 would have lo be built  fur three and a half miles tn clear all  the bud wnier. There are three dis-  lincl rapids in the .stretch, which lhis  Irani way would have to clear Priests  1 lipids, Death rapids, lVelvi-Mile  rapids. Above Twelve-Mile rapids a  good landing place exists. 1 think  mysell it would be better, however, to  construct the tramway ou the west  bank. Uy doing so the steamer would  make .". landing at the foot of Priest's  rapids, a mile above Laporte and so  save that much construction. A  further gain would, be that the west  bank presents much easier features  for construction than the other. ��������� On  the east bank the cliffs at Death  rapids rise sheer up to between 500 and  (J00 feet, presenting a formidable  obstacle to the construction of a  tramway, on the west side on the other  hand lhe tolal rise in the two and a  half miles would not be more than 130  feel, and' there are benches across  which a tramway could easily, be  built.  As to the possibility of navigating  the rapids I have no faith in it. I  have seen a rise of six or seven feet of  watir in the river '-t-l Revelsloke completely cover Standing Rock in lhe  canyon above Dealh rapids leaving a  whirlpool, where two days previous  lhe rock had siood above the water 30  feet high. I think however that with  a little blasting done ahead of it, - a  steamer going light, might safely be  windlas.sed allow water through the  rapids and canyons, for use on the  stretch above Twelve'.Mile rapids to  Canoe river."  ���������"-Norinah*���������liauder-^-will���������open-.:up<iii-  bakeshop and confevtionery store in  the building next A. McRae's lesidence'  on Front street. Mr. Lauder is a first-  class baker and will no doubt secure a  good share of the city's trade.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  Thou. Tail.   (.'.  I.rniispnrlalion,   i-  licvrlstuki* a \*i-,ii.  P.   Ii.   11111 nager   of  expected     lo     p*iy  Hi-XL week.  |������9SXS������3������������sXS������(^^  Ijfjf#<f****4f4^-**'ar*4f4f4r+4f*(4lm1f4$  CB. HUME  &C0  Our New Store is just about in shape to do  Business Properly after the hustle and  worry of moving* of. our JB!all_andJ^inten:  Brygoods. This Season we have been very  careful in the selection of our Goods as to  Quality and Price, and that we have succeeded is evidenced by our rapidly increasing' trade in our New Store. The following*  are some of the new importations which  you are respectfully invited to inspect:  A Tribute to  Clark Wallace.  With thes death of Hon/ N. Clarke  Wallace. Canada loses 11 stalwart son.  Many there were who differed with  him nnd who fought fiercely the principles which he enunciated; but no  enemy of his, however hitter, ever  denied the honesty of his life and Ins  sincerity of purpose. A self-made man.  he was respected above all others in  the community in which he had passed  the greater part of his days, aiid it will  be long indeed before West York finds  another like hitn. The keynote of his  whole nature was a passionate devotion td the British empire, and it is  safe to say that no public act of his  was ever performed without its possible influence on Imperial affairs  having been weighed by him. Some  have held that Clarke Wallace erred m  his methods; but with his intentions  few could quarrel. He was a man of  I strong character, uterling honesty and  absolute fearlessness, such a man can  1 Ul be sparad,���������Province.  ies'  Ready-to-Wear  Skirts,  Cfoii-  dren's Hoods and Faracy Head wear,  iderskirts, Fancy and Flairs French  artnels. Blouses in SiSk and Sateen,  Shoes,   Men's  9  VeSvets   and   Flannelettes,. Boots  Furnishings, Trunks and Valises.  and  Our Store is well Lighted, and for late  affcernoon shoppers the advantage of our  efforts in this direction of store lighting  will be fully appreciated.  Your  Mail  Orders  REID & YOUN  Promptly  Attended  XOa    ���������    ���������    ���������    a    ���������  7jjj*j_rjjjjrxrj.rjrj.rjr^^  A pariy nf (iii'.-il Xortln*iii -iirveynrs  has .irriveil in Vancouver tn i-umplete  I bed'. N. U. .surveys fnun N'ew Wcsl-  iniiihti'i* lu Vancouver.  ICd. Uarmwll. 1'. 1'. |{. |ii(,.|* ;��������� the  Calgary .-.hops who has been seriuu>lv  ill with typhoid Vever, i^ report ed to  have, taken a turn for the better.  P. UighU'i'. the ('. .1'. \{. i*iigini'.*r.  wluiiu leg was *.ci'iou.s|y injured in a  wreck near Hope la*>t "Augu-t. will  soon be able Io be around 'again in  perfect health.  Tracy XV. Holland, general manager  of the Republic Si tlralid Forks R. "li.  says that the fiisl t.'ain will pull out  of Grand Forks fur Republic on New-  Year's day. V3IY2.  A. S. Howie, whose death occurred  last week at, Kamluops. came 10 the  province on construction of the C. P.  li. and held the position of watchman  at Lytton for several years previous  to his death.  The hours in the paintshop and the  car shop in the Great Northern shop.*,  af Jfillyard. Wash., have been changed  so thai the workmen have but half" an  hour for their noon lunch.' The (-uit-  ling time is 0.30 o'clock instead of 0  p. m.  An addition of four stalls to the  roundhouse .it the C. P. II. yards  Nelson, is io bo put in nt once and  work has already commenced. This  new work-is rendered necessary owin^ -  to the increased t rattle through  Nelson.  A. G. Creeliiian of Rossland goes up  this week to begin work building on  the .Lardo-Di'.ncan railway. His present contract is for one station house  and two section houses. As the laying  of the rails progresses others will be  built this year. He will have a force  of J2 men.  The committee appointed bv the "  Central Trattic Association, lhc \Vc-st-  ern Passenger association and tho  Trunk Lino association one year ago.  has unanimously '"reported "that all  passes should be abolished, even the  courtesy* pas.ses of one president of a  road to another.  .,;D. ,:H.,^ui*don.^presideiit:fx>f,;7.the.'--,  Brandon Si Si WL Manitoba railway  was committed for trial in Toronto on -  Monday on a charge of obtaining  money-to the amount of ".$2000 from  Sam Johnson, railway contractor. He  let Johnson 1111 imaginary contract, for  100 miles of road, for which he had no  charter, on which. Johnson gave him  S100 in cash and S1G00 in notes as  security.  ��������� The fellow employes of .1. K. Mc-  Neillie. of .Superintendent Leonard's  ollice at the C. P. R. Winnipeg presented him with an address anil an  onyx clock on his return from Montreal with his bride. Mrs. McNeillie is  a, daughter of James Jukes of Chicago,  and the newly married couple have  been spending their honeymoon in the  east. The address contained, mauy  expression.*** of deep regard and-wishes  for the future welfare of Lhe recipients.  Passengers report the wreck, of a  wesi bound freight train ou Sunday  night near Penny's ranch, somelifli-*ei*  miles above Ashcroft".' A dead engirt*:*  being hauled with the freight broke  away and went oif the. track, and four  cars following it piled upand'wenl  _iiv������ji_Jlu____eiiih.-iukiuent^-=_iChcrer=.'ivo:*e=-=  three men in one of the cars, and with  great dil.icully Lhey were got out of  lhe wreck unhurt. A gieat stretch  of track was broken, but a large gang  of men being set to work, had the road  clear in a few horn's.  F. S. Forest, superintendent of lhe  Spokane Falls .fc Northern road was in  Rossland this week. Ile is engaged  iu nne of his oliicial trips over the  road. JMr. Fori-st states that the replacing of the rails between Rossland  and Northpoi'L with SO-pound steel i.s  progressing fairly well, about four  niil"s having been nt fended toalready.  This section covei-s the most difficult  portion of the'road to handle hecaii-.'<  of the curvatures and grades. The  balance of the section will go ahead  more rapidly. The company has prepared plans. for a roimdlioiisi. and  machine shop at Norlhporl and ihem  will go ahead at an early date.  Mr. James "Wilson, Supcritilenih-nt  of the Catr'.ni.in Pacific Railway 'I'ele-  graph**', Mr.' Lock wood, v. ho l-.a.-  charge of the work of pri-parini; the  landings for the Pacific cable, and two  engineers have left for Ramfield Creek  on the "We-st Coa^l. of Vancouver  Island, and 101 miles from Victoria. U>  make arrangements to fix the site for  the han-liiig-placi' i.f the Pacific cable.  Wharves will be built and houscs  crecfed, to accommodate the stall',  which will consist of aboul 10 men.  The cable repair ship will not have its  hcadipiarters on this" coast, as previously announced, but at Fiji.  As a gravel train was backing  through the Brandon station to  Douglas Monday evening .1 Winnipeg  man named Mclntyre, who was braking, fell from the top of the car near  the ice house al the west end of the  platform. Either ten or twelve cars  passed over his IkxIv diagonally from  thc left shoulder to the groin. The  left arm was severed from the body  and the track of the wheels cut  through all but the skin. The face  was uninjnrcd except for a .-light  graze on the nose. Death must have  be������*n instantaneous and judtiing from  tho expiession of his face the victim  could have suffered but little pain.  The body caused one of the cars to  jump the track and it bumped along  on the ties for sonic 75 yards before  the train could be stopped. ^\t\\'i Journal,  Published liy v  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,""  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journal published In tlio  Interest*! of the railway men. mining men unit  l..ii*>ines*i uien ul tliu West. Days of I'litilli'iillon  Wednesday mid Saiurilay.  ADVEHTISINO KATEfl.   ���������  Display ad9.,*1.50 per Ineh; slngli* column,  (J per Inch when Inserted , ou Utle page  Legal ad*)., 10 cents tier Inch (nuuparlel) line  ior lirst Insertion; 5 uenis for each ailitlliiinal  insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line each  Issue, lilrtli, .Marriage and Death Nolle*.***,  Iree.  ���������.tlBSC'linTION  R.m.S.  l'.ymallor nnrrlcr, ?- per annum; tl.'if, for  six months, strictly in advance.  OUH JOU DEPARTMENT.  Is one of thu best equipped printing ofllces In  the West and prepared to execute all kinds of  printing fn tlrstclass style ut honest prices.  One price to all. No job too large���������none too  kinall���������torus. Mall orders promptly attended  im.   dive us a trial on your next order.  TO COItllESl'O.NDENTS.  We Invite correspondence on any subject  of Interest to the general pi)bile. In nil i'iim's  lhe bona tide name of the writer must accniii'  pauy manuscript, but not necessarily fur  publication.  Address all communications to the Malinger.  NOTICI*. TO I'OIUIKSI'ONIIKNTS.  1.���������All correspondence must tie legibly  -.rrlllcn ou one side of the paper only.  'J.���������Correspondence containing personal  limner must be signet! ivlth the proper inline  of the writer. ,  O. m CiltOGAN, Editor.  Saturday, OuTonuit 12, 1001.  PROPHESY UNTO US  SMOOTH THINGS.  Chief Arthur's views on the effects of  strikes given in another column will  he read with interest. He has heen  for thirty years head of the niosf.  successful, prosperous and conservative lahor organization in America.  The B. of L. E. has raised its nienihers  into an aristocracy of the railway  .serv:ce. This enviahle position has  not been gained without struggles and  suffering. But it has heen attained  and with it a tendency lo regard the  out look with an optimistic eye. All  i.s rosy iu a condition of socief y in  which a member of the B. of Ij. E.  can calculate on drawing his $123 to  .$175 or so a month, with no umn to  make him atraid. It is only natural  that such men should take a cheerful  view of things, lt is difficult for them  to   despair of   tha    republic. Mr.  Arthur's contempt for the views of  "agitators" and "orators" is as profound as Schwab's or Morgan's  But Mr. Arthur's complacency is  not shared by numberless people who  are neither "agitators" nor "orators."  The social outlook in .the 1'nited  States is being discussed from every  point of view by scores of writers in  the prolific field of the American  magazines and newspapers. It ih  heing looked at from the capitalistic  side, from the socialistic side and from  the standpoint of tbe mere onlooker.  And tha agreement on one point is  unanimous and that is that the era of  competition is entering upon* the beginning of its end. Capital has come  to the conclusion that there is more  profit in cooperation with other  capital than there is in fighting it.  Only yesterday the time honored  axiom that competition is the life of  trade was considered strong as Holy  Writ. Indeed a good many people  if asked for its origin would have  probably fathered it on Solomon. Today we see the greatest money interests in the world endorsing the  socialistic contention that so far from  heing the life of industry, competition  is an obstacle and hindrance in the  way of reaping industry's fullest,  harvest. This is a sign of the times  that cannot be gainsaid. And labor  may well lie excused some perturbation  as to how this new order of things  will affect it. Because while competition in the manufacture of steel  billets, the refining of oil and the reduction of lead ore.*) is r:lpid!y_ becoming a thing of tha past, the question  remains still unsettled whether the  wage earners can successfully main  tain their efforts to eliminate the  competition for work.  During the past in some inManci.**.  notably in the instance of the live  great railroad brotherhoods this has  heen practically effected. The question is whether even in thi.s case the  present condition of immunity from  '���������the higgling of the market" can lie  permanently maintained in the face of  the new methods and altered conditions of the coming era of "harmony  of interests." We are just seeing the  beginning of things but already it is  obvious that considerable changes in  railroading methods are likely to  attend the efforts of the railroad kings  of the twentieth century to earn  dividends on the vast increase of  capitalization which accompanies the  amalgamation of systems previously  distinct and even hostile. These changes  comprise a large increase of motiie  power in engines and of capacity in  cars accompanied by a decrease in the  numbers of train ct-ews and  n conse  quent rediictioi. in the wage list. In  lhe shops it means a continual high  pressure gait and foremen and hands  will have to keep up wilh the procession or slop out. Add In these  adverse, influences lhe lii'uieudoiis  weapon, which the newly discovered  liability of the unions to civil suit for  damages, tenders to the hand of  capital and the absolute certainty of  the fate of any union, if sued liefore  the courts iu lhe United Slati.s, mul  one need not prophecy ix cataclysm and  yet may express a belief that the lime  is come for even the railway brothci-  hoo'.'ls to be setting their houses in  order and preparing for trouble.  When the president of the Unili.-d  Stales declare.-, t li.it the situation  which ha*** arisen llniiu^h lhe '.-reitliiin  of llii'tu vast amalgamations of capital  is full of graviiy, a railway mail's  paper may he pardoned, with all due  deference to chief Ail I,ur, for stating  its belief that, it is lo lalior in (he first  place that the prospect is most serious,  Mr. Carnegie is licit lift* an "agitator"  nor an "orator" hut hi* ha.s publicly  declared his belief Ihnl lhe day i*.  approaching when the entire system  of railroad tratispirlatiiin of America  will he under one luauiigciu.mt and  direction. If Chief Arthur imagines  that the process of amalgamation is  going to be accomplished without the  appearance on thu scune of developments of considerable interest and  imporlance lo the railroad brotherhoods, he stands almost alone in his  opinion. It is very well not to magnify  the dangeis of the new era in anticipation. The labor "orators" who  predict a universal "cliis.li" between  capital and labor accompanied by  violence aud bloodshed until either  the* triumph of capital inaugurate*, a  condition of labor not very far, if al  all. removed from slavery or lhc  victory of lahor ushers iu the new  socialistic era, may possibly overdmw  thc picture. Hul we have scriptural,  authority lor the belief that there are  periods when those prophets, who  prophecy smooth things and try  peace, nonce where there is no peace,  arc also worth watching. It is the  normal iind ordinary that usually  happens. But the frame of mind,  which wraps itself up in tlie obstinate  belief that it is only the normal and  ordinary that can happen, disregards  all human experience and has led both  individuals and nations into disasters  as grave as any recorded in history.  Stalled on the Hill.  With thc resignation of Edwin II  McHenry from the position of chief  engineer of llie Northern Pacific Kail-  way that road loses one of ils best  ollicials and the West bids farewell to  one of its stauncheM friend?.. 11 r.  McHenry is n practical railroad man  in the strongest sense of the word. He  knows moie aliout the working of a  locomotive than nine out of ten  engineers: he can tell the capacity of a  freight car at a glance, and has a  better knowledge of practical as well  as the.irelical railroad affairs than  most of the best known oflicials in the  country. When Mr. McHenry handed  in his resignation he declared frankly  that his reasons for leaving the  Northern Pacific were due to the fact  that he did not like the "Hill element"  which seemed lo predominate in  Northern Pacific affairs at that timo.  Mr. McHtrnty jocularly remarked that  there was a. ���������'Hill" on the Northern  Pacific too steep for the crfief engineei  to do anything wilh. When Mr  McHenry was one of the receivers for  TfitTNorthern PacVfu-,~so an old story  goes, Mr. Hill dt*,iu-indi*d that certain  ch'.mgp.-. tie made in accordance with  some plans he had made for.lhe Great  Northern. Il is said that Mr. Hi-  Henry plainly told the Great Northern  mignate thai the Northern Pacific-  was running along lines favored hy  Mr. McHenry and his associates, and  not iu cording to Mr. Hill's wishes.  Whelhei Mi-. McHenry goes hack inlo  railioad harness or not is it question,  lie is independently wealthy, dm* to  careful purchasing and selling of  Northern Pacilic stock, so he is in a  position whore, be can eat, drink and  wax exceeding "merry.���������Northwest  Magazine.  Wages Increase in Ten V[ears.  It is worthy of more than passing  notice tbat "the average annual wages  for railway employes in ISS'I was $ICj  and iu ItXW S-ViT." The period covered  is about the same as that ofthe active  work of the railway brotherhoods.  Coming from such an authority a.s the  Railway World, the announcenmnt  that wages of railway employes have  increased nearly 23 per cent since the  railway brotherhoods set out to secure  increase of the wages of railway employes should cause those enthused  individuals who are dissatisfied wilh  results to think. Of course, it was not  the intention of the journal quoted to  show that the railway brotherhoods  had brought about this* increase of  wages���������it was perhaps assigned to the  philanthropy of railway stock holders,  but this latter theory would ha discredited by A. J'. U. disciples. If  wages have increased nearly 23 percent  since 1880 it has been because railway  employes, through their union committees, have urged railway stockholders  to grant such increase?.��������� Locomotive  Firemen's Magazine.  -  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED' FOR  )i\  Revelstoke  Station.  GROCERIES, '  PROVISIONS, Etc.  ms^&im^t^^������^^^^^^^m^^smsigmi^.,smim&^^^mr>  Where the Miner Gets off at,  Por instance : A mine-owner quite.  recently shipped a carload of ore to a  certain smeller; !H% was deducted I'or  moisture, which would mean nine and  and one-half carloads deducted from  every liundred shipped. The same  mine-owners shipped a carload of the  same, lot of ore about the same lime  to another smeller, and the deduction  I'or moisture was only 2.j%, which  would mean a difference of seven carloads of ore to tho liundred.���������Mining  and Engineering Review.  ���������   J.  BAKER, CONFECTIONER,  and cntercr Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  Revelstoke,-B.C.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches  We liave the name of making  the only StylWlL.u_nin in Town  ���������for durability and quality  tliey also excel.  .TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To .7.S. Patterson and all others claiming  through him any interest in thc claims  heroinaitcr mentioned :  Under the MineraLAct. lS'J7.,and amendments  thcri'io:  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unit we, I*\  McCarty and If. J.Bourne have performed all  the a*-*fes**ment work rtn the I-*Hirvicw, Helcher  Arabian, Victoria IV, Maple Leaf, Shamrock  and Mammoth mineral claims situate in  (���������round Ilojr Ba-dn. in the Jteveli'toke Milling  Hivi-ion of Wet Kootenay, located In Angus'.  Ib'jt; and recorded at Kevidstoki* on the I'.rd  September, island that J. S. 1'atterson, the  recorded owner of an interest in the "-"aid  mineral (jiaiins lias neglected to do or pay for  hi** *hare of the iissc-sweii t work for the vears  H*'.*1*, 1W������ and 1!*01, mid that unless snid charges  ar*> noi paid within nlnctydays frnin the first  publication of this notice, we ������hall proceed to  rrcord said dc!iuf|uent interest as provided by  S'e.'tlon IJ 'if the Mineral Act Amcntlmont Act.  1000,  t     lMK-<i al licvclsliAe,   II. C .   tlii***. .'.Ill   dav  of  ' ���������.cpfinber, vol.  ,-.   r-* i F. McCarty,  Lo-Owncrs !  .,    r   .,       r,'  i i-l. J. Bourni*:  Notice to Co-Owners.  **^<W^^VyS*^-^*^^^M*^**^^^*4^*^*^  I J.F. McLeod  _?     Confectioner ancl Grocer  * Cutter  <n  jj Vegetables  Jp always on hand.  ? Ice Cream  ������   Home Made Candies jj  ~ n specialty.  ltf'4^*������'*^4^^-*^<l<4'-������^^^*<^^^^^*^*i  ..BARGAINS  ..IN   About (10 heallhv plants, including I'lischias,  fieraniniiis, Hcgonias, Ktc, from 25c. up.  wardo. Cull eariv and get the choice. Sale  begins Monday, Aug:. 12th. Store on  Mackenzie Avenue.  MRS. C. TURNROSS!  MINING  CONTRACTOR,  CAMBORNE, B. C  'All kinds of mining contracts  taken and work executed in a  workmanlike manner.  PRICES ON APPLICATION.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the. Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS,.CIGARS  Large, Light'bedrooms.  Rates $ia day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone  Prop  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  ew Schedule  Effective October 1, 1001.  EASTB0RND  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  TO Hv iMRt) McM-*HM:i>.  Under Mineral Ai;t IM" and Amend ni tin tn  lJuTeUv. notk'f i������ hereby jjlveu Uini we. J,oni*������:  f.cQiiiine Grhham mid ���������('.������"* I,tind. hnvi f.er*  formed rfll the *��������������� segment work on thc "Golden  Ka^Ic" mineral rla.i.':i, tdHinted on iJiu divide  rtftueen h'ri*tv;U and McCtiM-f^* freelc. Ht the  hQAti of f;round If ox JlA-in fn the Ii\u Hend  Df-irict of Weit Kootenav, lofHted SAih i=*������p-  tt?mb*'r. I-MfG and recorded 2} .Sejiic-inbor, lay,  and that Kiehard Mnl>iarm:d the recorded  owner of one-half'interest hi >a!d mineral  nlairn has neglected to do hi* yhare of fhe  ������������������lorlfor to pay for same for the year* \HrJH, IHV3.  IMOand 1P01. Xotfce i* hereby g-U'PM to the  -aid PIchard McDiarmfd that unto'is said  rltftrge* are paid within ninety day'of the  Jim pnblicfttfonof thi** nr������tic<* tvevhall proceed  ro record said delinquent interc.it tm provided  by section 1] of the "Minora! Act Amendment  Act, 10*10."  Dated af Rcvel'iolre, JJ. C, Cth August, lOOl.  co-owner., j &������,���������������������"���������  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  3K.M.ED TENDERS) will be rnndved by tlie  nwlerHijrnerl up to norm on THIJR3IMY. ilc.t.  ifltb. for tho oonitructfrin complete of tbe  IfivrMokc Hospital, ni i*cr pinna nnd ������pf������pill-  <*fttioii*i on view ntCnitom-i' Ofllco, KcvnlRtoke.  I/Owcit or any tender not necci������arllv  iicoepteil.  I!. K. ATKINS.  Hon. Sec.-TreR.i.  Itcvelstokc, Sept. 24th, 1901. -It.  WANTED,  A situation by ft youne  girl   in   a   private  lainily.   Apply at the Herald oit!ce.  Passengers booked to- all  liastcrn, Canadian and U.S.  Points.  Bertcs reserved on Atlantic  Steamers for passengers to  the Old Country.  Direct Steamer Service from  "Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full   information and illustrated  pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,      J, E. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  Agent  Kevelstoke.  Liirgu ami Well i.ikIUoiI  Kiunple Hcioms   Ilviilvil bv Hoi Air nml Klontrli*.  ���������       ���������     ..        HuMm awl Mh'lit in L-rurv mom  Free Hns Meet.-, All Trains  Ki'iisontiblu limes    -tHOTEL  VIOTORIAj-  JOHN V. 1M31.KS,  Pitm*mi.T<>ii  .NiKht  Grill ito 123 In C'/iinei'lion for tlie Coiiveiiieni'e of GneM.M  Hourly atreet Cur rpn n     n      n r-^     /���������7  Between Hotel ,,.,1 Bl.no.. y Mm@h%������k@ ,'1,^,  ���������M******M-**M**.M..l.**^  Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.   A good Bar, well supplied with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  fr  *���������  %  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  .*���������_���������*  fr.-  ���������_���������  ������*>  fr  j Brown & Pool   :,' Props, j  ggg PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     WI); TON.     SAUSAGE.  rtrt\  ass   -  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  Tklkimion-r N'o. lot.  I'. O. I10X 70C|  The Prospectors* Exchange;  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  Gold, Silver l.enil and Copper Mines ivunted at the ������SP~Kxoliiin(;e.  * Free Milling Gobi Properties wanted al onee for Eastern investors    ' Xf  to inoX^a,!!{J,1*?rBK���������i,1i,b,!a^POrt3P ������������r "^ l"������ "J"1"1 t0 s(-'><*. ������''���������������*>���������<* of their ore[  All sum..Ies should be sent by express Propaid. Correspondence solleited.  Address all eommunieations to '-    -  -f^s:  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,        Nelson, b.c.  II. G. PARSON, President.  M.J. O'DRIEX. MiiniiRlng Director  as Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  A Challenge  Wc challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  Jn exchange we oJTcr to  give io good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.   ��������� i  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, etc.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring:  Undertaken  All   orders left at 'r. M. Smythe's Tobacco  ���������store or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  **Il(-.1i tlOll*  Hi  i  i  !  i\  :\  ���������ia  Jas. I. "Woodrow  BPTOHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, fete.  Fish and Game in Season....  'All order������ promptly filled.  "S&JSSSi. KBYBOT0EB, B.-5.- Incorporated under th������ Laws of British Columbia.  ILIllJIIIIMilMrem^.WfclllJJUHW.IM.I'JI-LPJM.UMB  Capital: $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares,   "lach.  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NO PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  /  Gamboume Group, 9 Claims.   Oyster Gp., 6 Claims  Located in the Free Gold  Fish  River Camp,   Lardeau Mining Division,  British Columbia.  Large Veins Fr  ������rm������I-������,.^,l.llil,l.���������^H",..   ,|WJM������JIIM  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Gents Per Share.  In view of thc 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 thc present issue of stock be "sold  quickly,' but no more will be offered at less than  par.  Address all inquiries for information, or  applications for stock to  J. D  ndrew F. .Ro  SECRETARY.  Official Broker,  3       Revelstoke, B.  P. O. BOX 700, NELSON, B. C.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY..  Is in a position to give as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising* space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia. Write for Samples 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.  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work 'entrusted to THE HERALD is  handled by experienced y/or kraen who thoroughly  understand the proper use o f the material at their  disposal. THE HERALD do es not claim to be the  only printing house n ile 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  l^yiirteries  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  JM. SCOTT   11 A., U..11.  Jliirrlslor,      Solicitor,    Notary    rub lie,  .McKenzie A. vim in*, Itevclstoke Stimuli,.  Jloiiuy (iiloii.ii.  Klc.  H  AUVEY, Sl'CAUTKU .t I'lNKIIAM  fiarrlstcrs, Solicitors, Ute.  Solicitors for Imperial Hunk of nuiiiiilii.  Company funds toliinii lit8 percent.  FiitsT Stiikkt, HevelstolieStiiUvn, I>. C.  CHURCHES  '���������MKTHOniST UIIUKCII, JIKVKI-STOKB.  Troaclilni*- mirvlucs nt 11 ft. in. und 7;:10 p. m  Class nieetrti!' lit tin* olosu of Um iiioriilni;  seri'lee. Sablnuli Si-linol nml Bible I'luv. iiL:i*:.u  Wc<-J:ly J'rnviT Miii'llnir every Wciliiesilu*,*  evening   nt "Sin.   Tlu:    public   lire   con*lially  l....i.,,.l       KoiiIm fr..(.  luvltuil.   Heats free  Iluv. C. I.adnkii, l'nstor.  ST.  I'KTIlUS I'JIl'lll'll,  AN11I.1C.*..*.'.  l*:i|������l.lii.m., llolv Hiiohiirlsl: 11 n.iu., iiintliis,  Uliiiiv mill sermon (Holy Knulinrl-%1 Hint Siin-  iliiv f3i iliu liiiintli); ���������!:.!.> Sunday school, or  ulillilroii'hhurvli'ii; 7:V.u Kvensoni; (eliornl) mul  sci'iiuoi, llolv Davs���������The Holy KuulniilM is  celebni li'il in < n.m. or 8 ii.in., us iiiiiioiinceil.  Holy JJiuillsni nfler Kiinihiy School nl.lil.i.  o. a. I'lioeiiNiKii, lieclor.  i'iii:������iiYri:iii.iN ciiuiicii.  Service every Sunday nt 11 n.m. ami 7:IW p.m.  to wlliell all nre welcome,     l'niycr meeting at  8 p. in. every Wednesday.  nnv. iv. c. CAi.ni.n, l'ustor.  HOM.IN CATHOLIC CIIUIICII.  Muss   ill  lll::;i) a. m.,  on  Hrst,  second  nml  fourili Sundays In Uie monlh.  KKV,   I'ATllKIl   TllAYI'lt.  SALVATION   AllMV.  Meeting every niglit Iii llieir lln.ll on  Front  Slreel.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets ovory Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hull ul. S o'clock  Visiting Knights invilud.  J,. II. Rui'iv, C. (J.     :    :   :    :   :   :  KB. 11.I.icwis, K. of 11. Si ������.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  .Regular nicctlUKS nre lichl lu lhc  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of ench month, nl 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  'fe  1193  THOS. STKUD, W.M.  W. G. 11IKNJ.Y, Kcc.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Roval School of Mines, London.    Seven years  nl 'Morfa   Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Ohicl  Chemist  to YVlgnn Conl and  Iron Co.,   Kng.  bate Chemist and Assaycr, Hall Mine.*,, Ltd.  Claims examined und reported upon.  iFerguson. B.C.  CHIEF ARTHUR  1IKES  Red Kose Degree moots second nnd fourth  Tuesdnvs ofeni'h month; White Kose Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellow s Hull.   Visiting brethren welcome '  wm: watson,' hy. edwakds,  President. ' Secretary. '  ,H. EDWARDS  -      TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, lite. MOUNTED,  I*"urs Cleaned and I-c^aircd.  JUST EAST'OF  PRESBYTERIAN  CIIURCHg  Third Streol. s  Certificate of Improvements  3STOTIOE.  " 0. K." Mineral Claim, situate In the  Revelstoke Mining Division of West Kootenav  District:  Where located:���������In Ground Hog Basin, on  .McCullongh Creek. ���������  AKE NOTIOE that T, Charles F. Lindmark  t)f Revelstoke, Free Miner's Certificate No. U  "SOU, intend, sixty days from the dale hereof,  0 -apply 10 the Mining Recorder for a Cerilii-  ento of Improvements, Ior the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grunt ol the above claim.  1 And further take, notice that netion under  Section  117. must   be   commenced   liefore the  _issunutie_of sin.*liCorti_lcnle-oL_lmprove!!ienu._  Dated this Sth day of August, A.D., aOOl.  Aug 172m CHAS. 1\ LINDMARK.    *  Certificate  of Improvements  ITOTIOE.  Cnltl IIIII Minernl Cluiin, situate in the  Revelsloke Mining Division of Koolennv Iiislrict.  Where Located: In Ground Hog llnsin, 011  McCullongh Creek. . ������������������  TAKU NOTICE Unit I, c. H. Hume,' Tree  Miner's Cerilllcnie No. 11, .I7S99, intend, sixty  days from the ilnie hereof, lo n)'p|y to (lie  Mining Uei'oidcr for nCertllii'iite of improveinenls, for the |iurpo.-,c of obtaining a Crown  Grunt of lhe above claim.  'And further Inke notice Hull ncllnn.  under  Section   H7,  miKi  he comincni'cil  before    llie  Issuance of such Certificate of  Improvemeiil-.  Dated Lhis Uh day of September, ll������n.  Oft. 11���������If  I'uior M. Arthur, '.who for thirty  years ha.s boon at the ht'.'id of the  Brotherhood of Locomotive Kiiginecrs  of America, in 11 long article in tin*  Philadelphia Nortli American hns the  I'ollowiiijjt to.siiy in regard tostrike.i :  ''I ilii not say Ih.'iL .strikes have heen  productive: only uf evil. Out of sulfcr-  1 "M imiiilly comes good. I mi^ht  almost nay tlint in all cases strikes  have been a benc/it to llio caii.se of  lahor, even though tliey may have  ended in the defeat of the men. In  this way : Although the employers  may have won, the victory at hest ha.s  been dearly bought, and. when the  smoke of the battle has cleared away  and the cost has been counted, thc  reductions of the victors have been  similar to those of the general, who.  looking upon his decimated army,  after a, hard fought contest, wiid  sadly : A few more such victories and  I am undone.  "The wholesome effect of a strike is  always Lo mako employers ami employed chary of repeating the experiment. The hitler le.-son learned, both  sides are more likely to ox tend to the  extreme limit every means of preventing a recurrence of the trouble. The  man who has shouted I0udc.1L for the ������  strike is taught by the fcutYering incidental to tlie light to think twice  before casLing lhe die again, while the  employer who carelessly viewed a  lockout finds hu has depleted his  treasury to such an extern mat he  registers a vow to try different  methods thereafter. In this way the  possibilities of a repetition of thc trou  bles are lessened. '  Chief Ai'Lhur ridicules the favorite  theme of Lhe orator who predicts, in  labor meetings, a colossal struggle between capital and labor, in which the  wage-earners will be arrayed against  Lheir alleged oppressors. In fact, he  opposes alliances between the various  unions.  "I have always argued," said Mr.  Arthur, speaking on this point, "that  each branch of labor should be  thoroughly organized by and of itself.  I do not believe it is possible to bring  together the dill'erent classes of work- .  ingmon and organize them into one  great harmonious whole Lo progress  in unison Lo wards one goal. The  policy of our Brotherhood has always  beon'one of non-alliance with other  classes".  "XVe long ago came to the conclusion  LhaL-it was" impossible to harmonize  interests so vast and varied as those  of labor. "Under the laws of the  Brotherhood today the members upon  ai.y system of road may, if they wish  to do so, by a two-thirds vote, federate  with t.he Brotherhood of locomotive  Firemen, the Brotherhood of Railroad  Trainmen, thc Order of Hailroad Conductors and* the 'Order of Railroad  Telegraphers.  '���������JL is optional Lhat thc members of  eaeh branch whether tliey do so ' or  not. On oue or two systems this has  been voted for. "Whether it is a benefit or the'.reverse is not practically  known. There has been no fair test,  personally! I do not favor it. I'or  thirty years ive .kept aloof from entangling alliances, and! never could  understand why it should be necessary  to depart from this used and proven  policy."'  C. P. R. Beaver and Shield.  Familiar indeed is the sign of the  shield, surmounted by the beaver,  which is the business emblem or trademark of the Canadian Pacilic 1 ail way.  In the Canadian west there is not  probably a boy or a girl even' who  would not recognize it anywhere. As  far as The Telegrtmi is able In ascertain, the beaver and the shield has 110  special-signific'ance7-.'is"is-the-cas"e~wittr^  many of the railways that have  adopted trademarks of striking' and  peculiar defigli. As for the shield,'it  might stand for anything or a thousand things. On the other hand every  Canadian knows for what the heaver  stands. L.ike the bee he is thp. symbol  of thrift and industry. How well the  symbol is personified in the wnrk of  the Canadian Pacific is also known to  every Canadian who knows anything  of the extent of the operations of the  greatest ol the world's railway corporations. ��������� The beaver, it may he said,  means business, .-ind as far as investigation has been able to prove, so  also dues the Canadian Pacific railway.  ��������� Winnipeg Telegram.  ESS  Shoemaker   Business  For Sale.  SHOP AND STOCK CHEAT.  To be sold by October 20th.  D.  JENKINS.  The whole of the stock or part to suit  purchasers villi be sold.  Wi REMEMBER! H  iS& OUR GRAND 5W!  r0j Fall Millinery Opening ������|f  far     ���������      g������  1   THURSDAY, |  I     FRIDAY and     R  SATURDAY   I  p|  OF   THIS   WEEK   IN   OUR   NEW   Kg  RA   ur     11113    ������Jir.lv    1**.    uuu    s.r.\\ K/G&  K3     STORE, LAWSON'S OLD STAND. jgg  ^ Misses Shepard & Bell ft  McKenzie'Aveniie      oc.3 &45  *������&}���������!  ixs:  Prince-arid Railroader.  An extraordinary career is that of  Prince Ililkoff.* the Russian minister  of waj-.s and communication*** :  The son of a princely house, with  six centiirii'S of recorded ancestry  behind him,' a page at court while a  buy." at 10 an ofiicer of the imperial  guard, he became impressed with the  deplorable state of trans-port facilities  of his country. He left luxury and  wealth, came to America and worked  as a mechanic in Philadelphia under  the name of .Magill at a dollar .1 day.  By years of li.-nd manual toil he  acquired practical knowledge of railroading. He pursued railroading in  .South America also. After supporting himself and enduring great hardships he returned to Russia and going  up the ladder step by step, he now  shines as minister of ways and communications of the Russian empire.  What an amount of resolution, self-  denial and nobility of character must  have been required dining these long  years of preparation. It reminds one  of that other page of Russian history���������^  "eter the Ux-eat working as a mechanic  in English shipyards that he might  learn the art for his country's sake, *t"t**fc,������l*'l,Tl?,l* rfc "fr 4? ���������4"i' ���������1*4' ���������!"������' '1*4' ���������fc'MvJ-'^H? ������Hf  +  ���������*><  i  +  SCHOOL  BOOKS  ALL TH1������  NEW  l-.niTlOXS   AT..  fr  +  +  ���������i*  |  ������ Canada Drug & Book Co |  $ RKVF.LSTOKL'. ������  t t  * ************ f ^.^^.j.^^.^^^,1.. *  4* aJitv-iLryfi Jwuffrrms Afu4^  BORN.  l.iiuruii'.A!)���������On theOlh  insl.,   to   .Mr.  and .Mrs. Hugh Longhead a son.  Notes of News.  F. 3. llossley ol Oaigell.'ichie went  in lo I'erjfiison yesterday.  Mrs. DoltDii left on Friday morning  on a visit to d'oldcn.  II. A. I'erlcy arrived in K^vi-lstoko  ini'l-Viilay morning.  A. .McDonald has gone oil' fur a  month's slionlin;; in Alberta.  .Sheriff Redgrave* cam*, in to town  yesterday lo attend the assize*.  .Mrs. McCarty anil two children returned fiom a visit lo Arrowhead on  Sunday last.  Mrs. It. S. Day, who has been on a  visit to Mis .1. U. .Sibbald, loft for her  home in Victoria on Wednesdays  Nu],  (,'iinductiu- William llurkett of the  (fraud Trunk railway was instantly  killed by-a shunting; engine iu the  Kast London yards on Tuesday  night.  The men with money to buy good  are the readers of the Uehaiib. ��������� The  businessmen who wish to reach the  buyers all advertise in the HisitAr.u.  .1. 13. Sibbald is the official broker of  1 he Northwestern Development Syndicate. Stock is selling fast and now is  the time to gel in on the ground floor.  Services in St. Peter's church tomorrow. Nineteenth Sunday after  Trinity, will be as usual ill S and 11 a.  in and 7.30 p. m.. Rev. C. A. 1'rocunier  officiating.  Advertise in the Herald, it reaches  the buying public. .Onr circulation  among the railway employes is a big  one. Published twice a week, 101  issues every year.  The ladies of St. Peter's Talent  Society met on Tuesday afternoon and  elected Mrs. Paget president. Miss  Creech vice-president and Mrs. B. R.  Atkins secretary of the society.  Mrs. Leveque. returned from - an ex-  fended visit to Greenwood on Tuesday  and was accompanied by her daughter  Mrs. Jackson and two children, who  will visit in Revelstoke for a few  months.  .Job printing i.s tlie, Herald's  specialty. The best equipped office  and most experienced workmen in the  district. Stock the best. Oflice  stationery the hest.  As soon as the present usne of stock  in t.he Northwestern Development  Syndicate is exhausted, shares will be  advanced to par. Now is lhe time to  buy. J. 13. Sibbald is the broker of  the syn licate.  11. A. Brown left on yesterday's  No 2 on a trip tu Northern Alberta.  Mrs. Brown will follow on Tuesday to  visit her sister, who has located at  Wetaskiwin and H. A. will make a  business trip throughout the district  in the interests of the Union Cigar  Factory.  There was a meeting held in the  council chamber on Thursday afternoon, at which the Revelstoke Water,  Light & Powe.i Co.. represented by  their president. W. Cowan and.a  committee   of   the   whole   council, of  ALL SORTS  All sorts antl conditions of  . men require all sorts and  conditions o( medicine. Wc  have the very best for each  man's need. The weather  necessitates attention to the  health, and many simple  remedies there are which we  can give you, saving you,  perhaps, a severe illness.  G. F. CURTIS,  The Druggist.  pecial  TAYLOR 1!I.0GI*C,  McKenzie Ave  S. A. Sutherland of Ferguson, registered at the Itevclstoke on Thursday.  Judge Irvine came in on Thursday's  No. 1 from Golden t'o hold the assizes  here.  .7. V. Perks, lessee uf the Hotel  Victoiia. assigned on Wednesday to  J. 13. Sibbald.  The ^subject for tho Presbyterian  pulpit Sunday evening will be the  " Fatherhood of God." '  J. D. Graham, gold commissioner at  Atlin, will be in town in a short time  en route to the old country.  Kev. R. .1. Mclntyre of Kndcrby,  who is visiting in town, will preach in  the Methodist church on Sunday  evening.  Mr. and Mrs. Tt. Russ of Comaplix,  were registered at* the Central hotel  on Thursday evening, leaving for the  east on the next No. '2.  IS. McClymont, a Rnssland mining  man. with considerable interests in  Fish River camp, was iu town on  Thursday en route west.  XV. II. Vickers, mining recorder at  Bennett, was in town Tuesday and  ���������Wednesday, renewing his numerous  old acquaintances iu Revelstoke.  There w.is a meeting of tlie hospital  board on Thursday night, but no  tenders were opened ii3f will be until  the board meets lhe architect. Mr.  Dalton. tonight.  The following time card goes into  operation at Revelstoke tonight, al  21.01. >'o. 1 arrive 17.10. leave 17.o0.  No. 2 arrive Sk, leave S.S.. ' South  train leave 8.10, return lfl.lti.  John Sainton is making extensive  alterations to his block un Second  street. When the work is completed  Mr. Samson will have a commodious  and convenientbiisiue.*-s block.  #  il)  w  W>  .������).  W>  w>  H  111  iH  <H  (������)  ij������  <i������)  ip  (H  (H)  il  REAL ESTATE  ������������������ Upon Easy Terms.  Good Mouse ol Five Hoiiius unit I.nt ftpi'diill-,' gnwl terms) on  Si-iyiihI street, hiist u( .Mackenzie Avexne   T.A.'Y'XjOIE^   <5c   GEOBG-E,   Mackenzie Ave.  reat Chances of Fine Bargains !  am I io see !  veralls and Jumpers,  oming Cheap to mo.  specially pleased to get  Reasonable Prices  n Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes,  Everything that nice is.  ^o shall we endeavor to hold our present cus-  ^ turners and get more by keeping ,in stock the  finest and newest lines of Dress Goods, Union  Made Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Inlaid Linoleum,  Floor Cloth, Hats and Caps, Curtains*; every tiling j  in the Furnishing: Lines. \  rF-A.TXjOXi,   &;   GEOBGE,   Mackenzie Ave.  W))xWi){ki))  New Houso nf KlitlU Itotitns ami Two I.ots un  I'.h-i oi Miicl.ciizle Avenue   Good House and Lot (23 x loll),  I'.ailirmnii,  Klectrii  Ktc., on l'irsi Slreet, neur Mackenzie Avenue   Eipht-Roomod Houso. Stone I'nuniliitloin mul Two Lots, on  Second street, neur New I'ostolllce���������igowl spcculiulon)   Wake Up  A Large Modern House,   every   improvement,    in *?ooi! locution,  lliird lo.*"*. tluiti nutiml Cost J'rlfu���������(owner must .sell).  A Good Farm neur Salmon Arm Station,���������very elien]i  The  Smelter  Townsite  Is without question the very   best portion of  Revelstoke Citv.  AND  SUE THR HAIIGAINS AT  (JUV HA KB UK'S JN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Hat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  *to&**W4&*NI*&m^������*4r^^  NOTARY  ��������� PUBLIC,  REAL ESTATE-  O. 1*. K. TOWNSITE.  MARA TOWNSITE.  T'or dm balance of this year wo have niaile inleresliii:  for in torn! in*; Home Ilullilcrs or Speculators. Call und  We -Mean what We Say.  LEWIS B  Real Hstate, Insurance & Financial Agents, Revelstoke  FINANCIAL-1 ������;:  INSURANCE!   jS  Cuiiaiiii I'ui'in mien t A Western  Ciuiiiilti Mortgage Corporation,  lilnlile .'livings Loan and MulUiiiig Association.  nipcrial Flre.      Guardian l*'Ire.      "Mercantile Kire.  liinadian Kire.      Caledonian I'ire. '  Confederal inn Life.      Atlas I'I re.  HOUSES FOR. SALK AND KENT.  Tp^.dress Revelstoke Station.  if  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������*_*>  fr  fr  %  fr  fr  i*  CITY COUNCIL  MEETING  "wliicirtlHTMuyot'. Alii ."Bourne, Taylor  mul Atn-.ihamson were present, held n  conference over thn Wiiter. supply  i|iiestion.  The death on Tuesday last of P. McCarthy. :i well knon'ti Calgary lawyer,  is reported iu the Calgary Herald.  -Mr. McCarty had considerable tinning  interests in the early days of ths  industry in the Rockies. He was at  nne time part owner of the Monarch  mine on Mount Stephen, from which  the only con*>if<nnient of ore ever  smelted by thu Revelstoke smelter  was shipped.  H.* K. Macdonell. general freight  agent of the C. P. It., has written to  the secretary of the Nelson hoard of  trade notifying him of the fact that a  mining exposition is to be held in the  Cirand'Ceiitriil Palace in New York,  and suggesting that the local board of  trade should communicate with Allan  S. Williams, mauagar of the exposition, with ii view to securing space for  un exhibit of ores from the Nelson  district. The exposition is to beheld  from December!5rd to 18lh,   inclusive.  T. A. Edson, the day cleik ac the  Hume had a close call on Wednesday.  He and Archie McDonald were examining a Lee-Metford Mix shooter of  the latent type. Bullets fruiii these  weapons have a long_rangn and great  penetrating pojrei*. While Mr. McDonald was examining the pistol it  was accidently discharged and the  muzzle was so close to Mr. Kelson'*,  face that the powder burned it. The1  bullet, which was a soft nosed one,  linried itself in an electric light fixture  which bounded back witli the shock  und this stopped its course. It was a  very narrow escape, however, for Mr.  Edson, and in future he says he. will  "beg to be excused" when examination*  of pistols are in progress.���������Nels.m  Miner.  -^n;uly"lhe^ATWt^i1gl?"fr^"onTelTnreir  a dozen patient anfjlfrs. may he viewed  on the bank behind the Ontia! Howl,  qatherir.? iu the wily c.-Ufkh, with a  special prize in the shape uf the  occasional trout ill ways in view.  M. Grady of tin*.* St. I .���������.���������on Hot  Springs, was in lown yesterday.  The plasteieis havo cniiipli-ti'd thcir  work on the building, which will bo  one of the finest, hotels in Kootenay.  The house will be lighted by electric  light, power being obtained from the  creek, whicn runs into I liu lake close  by.  Quadrille Club  A meeting was held on Thursday  evening at which the Quadrille Club  wiii organized with a membership of  ���������10 and the following ollieers: It.  Gordon, president: ,T. G. Harbor, vice-  president; A. El' Kincaid. treasurer:  J. H. Scott, si'crctary; and a coiuinittee  consisting of W. McGuire, Roy Dnnglas  anil Jas. McLean. The club will meet  every Thursday fortnight, commencing with next Thursday in the Selkiik  rinll.  The Public Works Committee  Blows Itself on Sidewalks and  Gravel. .7-  Met last night, present the Mayor"  Aid. Taylor, McLeod, McCarty. Nettle  and Abrahamson.  COI-!nE.SI'ONDENC13. S  Wright Porritt asked for :i sidewalk  from McKenzie Ave. to Connunght  Ave. alony south side of Victoria road,  referred P. W. committee: J. D. Sibbald asked for refund of fj>37 for building sidewalk along south side of First  St. in front of his office, and Climax  1 Intel.    Cannot be granted.  Imperial Bank asked leave to put up  roof over sidewalk along side ol" bank.  H. Edwards asked refund $2.:W  expense.** in connection with arch at  Vancouver.    Granted.  Ii. How.son suited Revelstoke "Lumber Co. w.-i.**, in market with lumber  suitable   for   sidewalks. Clerk   in  structed to write both local sawmill  conipanies for tenders.  K. Pickard offered to get chimney  -sweepi rig-wi tfi til* -)fy lfcW^passecl ~~siWi 1  COUGH SYRUP  si'eciai.i.v For. oiiiuuskn  EASY TO TAKK.  Affords   inarvelloni   and  prompt  relief.  Try a Bottle for 25c.  W. Bews.  BROWN BLOCK.  Phm. B.  TEf.. 48.  license granted giving him monopoly,  referred  K. \V. Si L. committee.  Ii. C'ayley offered to accept .*j>4S3 for  account on expenses connected with  fti>t and .Sl^l on second quarantine, but  wa.s unwilling to have $00 deducted  on Carson aiidClai*e'.**..'iccount.   Fyled.  !{. Tapping asked if his offer of SiSlo  for pest. hou-.c* fence was ;i/:cp|>t('d.  Unsolved to accept offer.  T. Skinner ofVci-fd to take position  as eareuiker nf ri.ni"levy. Referred  H<Mi*il nf Health.  A. S, Farwell per G. il. Sproat with  referonce to clearing vacant lands on  his townsite. .{eferred P. W. Commit tee.  P. It. Peterson enclosed account of  $ J.5 for fence at city park and $1 for  moving fence un Froi.t St.  HBPOIIT  The P. XX'. committee recommended  that a sum of ii'2fl<it) be borrowed to  build 1. 8 foot sidewalk on N. side .'frd  St. from McKenzie to Robinson J.uui-  b'*r Go's office :'sifc0..  2. (i foot do on on N. side Ith froin  McKenzie to Orton :    $200.  .'{. S foot do on S. of 3rd St. from H.  E. corner Kootenay to S. K. corner  Wales witli a crossing to court house :  $!o0.  I. fi foot sidewalk on 2nd St from  S. TO. corner Charles to S. XV. corner,  thence across 2nd St. and along N. of  street to N. IC. corner Wales :    #2.7)  .">. (1 I'oot iir, along S. of 1st St. from  S. VV. corner McKenzie to S. VV. corner of Lot I. Dlock (Ki. Struck out of  the report.  fi. 0 foot do along S. of Government.  Road from 1st to :!rd streets :   JfcHOO  7. 8 foot, crossing along E. side of  McKenzie from Canada Drug Co's  corner t<> McCarty block :    .$100.  S. 8 foot sidewalk on soutli Front  St. from Wilson St. to Victoria. Iloiul:  .*jsi.-*<>  \).  .(', foot sidewiilk to   continue   ex  isting sidewalk on First St. to N,  corner Orton Ave.:    5>o0* *  10. 00 feet of (( foot sidcwal k on" Oth  St. from McKenzie to cornorof Koin; n  Catholic church :$20.  The report, was adopted with tl.e  exception of clause 5.  The P. AV. committee in a second  report recommended that the follow  ing street repairs should be proceeded  with forthwith: First st. SjilOO, Seto id  St. $200,-Third St. and Government  Jvoad SjvlO, Douglas, Front and King  $100, McKenzie Ave. and Station  Road, $75. The report was adopted  Aid. Taylor, McCarty and Abrahiunson, yeas: Aid. McLeod nnd Nettle,  nays.  15YI.AWS .  The. Tax Levy bylaw was read three  times and passed. lt imposes a rate  of 1(5 mills of general taxation and *l  mills special to provide for interest  and sinking fund on debentures on the  total assessment of $0.")2,571, with a  proviso of 50 per cent less on improvements which amount to $338,-120 out  of the whole.  A bylaw authorizing the, council to  convey the lane through block 57 to  the hospital board in exchange for lot  ]$ of the block to be used for straightening Rokeby Ave. was brought in to  be finally considered and passed upon.  Tlie mayor thought block 10 hud  _bettL*r-bii_rescrved_l'or-=-city���������purposes-  instead of throwing it iiit'o Rokeby  Ave., where, it would be of no particular use, hut the city solicitor explained  that the .Municipal Act compelled the  clause to be. inserted in the bylaw.  The mayor asked for a. week's postponement to consider the point and  said lie would rather not put the.  in otiOn to finally pass thc bylaw.  Aid. Nettle, put the motion "Shall  the chair be, sustained ? " but it was  pointetl out .that this was the mayor's  prerogative. Thu mayor then put it  and the vole shewed that thc chair  was not sustained by four votes Aid.  McCarty. McLeod. Taylor and Nettle  to  two.    Aid.   Abrah ainsoM   and   the  mayor.  The motion that 'the bylaw be reconsidered and finally passed upon  was then put nnd carried.*  ^)^)^)(������)8^!C*������J(������J((^  :e3:e:r,:f,:e3C!t  ��������� DRESS���������  Many: men   have- many  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 fault- ���������  less manner. ���������  There's real .distinctive- '  ness in the ��������� garments we '  make. .'  Our stock is the largest  and best assorted in the city.  'Your Patronage Solicited   j.   ;b.   Cfl^ESS^dZ-A. 3ST, '  The Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.  W'  TURE  D ���������  ir.  Death., of Clarke Wallace  The Orangemen met in their lodge  room last night, undei sad circumstances to pay ii mark of respect to  their dead rbieftin. at a special  meeting called to draft a resolution of  condolence with the widow anil family  of lhe late Mon. S. Clarke Wallace,  who for years has been at the head of  thu order in Canada. lirief reference  to tin. life of the lute revered lender  oT Or-Angeism by JJro.i. Adair, C.ilder  and others and the following resolution of condolence to sister Mrs.  Wallace was unanimously passed 'by  the brethren present:  Moved by J.rns. Adair and C.ilder  and "Resolved,��������� tint we, I be nUk-era  and members of Revelstoke 1,. (.). L.  No. 1058. nsneinbled in lodge room in  the City nf Revelstoke, in the IVjvinnr  of llritish Columbia, this 11th tlfly nf  October, J 1)01, desire on this our "first  opportunity to exprean our heartIclt  sorrow with which as Orangemen we  learned of the untimely death of our  .Most Worshipful Grand Master and  Sovereign. Hro. Mon. N. Cliuke  Wallace. We are deeply conscious  that in tho departure of B'ro. Wallace  our order has lost a most efficient  ollicer. the county of AVest York an  honored representative, the Canadian  House of Commons a respected councillor, and the Dominion of Canada an  honest, upright and talented citizen.  To the widow and family of the  departed brother we would extend our  Part of our Stock has. just, arrived.      Another  Car  be here in a few "days.  .    '  Call ancl inspect what we have just got in.  We will be pleased to show, you our goods whether  vou buv or not. ��������� ..,.-. .        ���������  i^REVEfcSTOKE    FURNiTURE^CO'Yr  sincere sympathy of our order in this  their hour of sad bereavement, iind  we would assure them, that we " us  Orangemen will ever inscribe the  name of J3ro. N. Clarke Wallace in  our memories, and that we will .look  back with pride to the recoid of Bro.  Wallace as that of a true, noble, and  worthyGrand Master of* our Orange  Association. 'We realize how helpless  we are to lighten your burden of grief  by anything we can say or do. hut we  are prompted by the hope that this  expression of fraternal sympathy may  iu some degree cheer and comfort you.  May yon he able to see ill this the hand  of God, and put your trust in Him.  We hope yon will find that thc hand  of Providence which has removed from  your home a loved one, is willing and  eadyr to bind up the broken hearts,  pouring in the oil of Mis everlasting  love. Our prayer is that He who  doeth all things well will bless and  help you until you meet beyond the  river where thu surges cease to roll.  Dusolved that a copy of these  resolutions be sent to The Sentinel for  publication, and a copy forwarded to  the bereaved family, and that, our  Warrant be draped in mourning-'for  the space of 30 days.  Signed on behalf of the lodge and  ollieers.   Tuns. Stkicd, W. M., W. G.  ISlKKlSY. Sec.  THE  ..Revelstoke Studio..  Will open in a few'days.  A grand collection of  local views to choose  from.  WRIGHT PORRITT.  ���������l-**t*'i'*'t't*+-t*'t*'W*'l''t'M'*i'*I'-l'*l''i'*l''l'*l*  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & GiLMAN  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VAN'COUVKR, Ji.C.      Established 1890  A8SAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Tests niBde up to 2,000lbn.  *    A specialty made ol cheeking Smelter  Pulps. *  Snmplcs from the Interior by mull or  express promptly intended to.  Correspondence solicited.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ���������f*f*f.y'*I**T"T"f'T"f'f*T"F������T'*I"T*'I'������*f *** ****  H02sA:E . GrlRO'WIfcT  The very best on the mnrket todajr,  including:  Potatees,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also first quality of well cured  Timothy Hay  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROWLE,  Kevelstoke, B. C.  WANTED.  Wanted immediately a Cook and Waiter  W&nei $o0 and %2b respectively. Apply M M  Buckan'ax, Pendragon Hotel, Camborne. oet9tf  A Flag���������Union Jack���������from the Opera House  n or about January 2nd, 1901.    The flag *  used for the decoration of the Opera House  pei  The flag was  .    _   , ^ .. ���������  ��������� Opera House  for the Trainmen's Ball on New year's Eve.  The finder will please return same to Hibald  Office. Oct. ������-������.  I  i'i  i'i  1  tftl  1  ���������/a  "l % "  ������'

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