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 ��������� <.--'!  OU  Vol V. No S3  REVELSTOKE B. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER  1901.  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  ������������������m*^**^**^^***^*****^-**^^*****  er  Tin* largest nnd most complete  slock in   KooU'iiny.  TlllC AIALTKSE BRAND. Hip  nnd Knot* Hoots, nlso Laced and  1 nnd 2 lim-kli! Lumbermen's  Snag Proof Moots. These pur-  liviilni* lined of Rubber Goods  nil* guaranteed by Us.  Ladies', Gent's and Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  3'*->,  p-r*1  BOOtS and  Shoes  A large importation und u complete assortment, of SLATER'S  I'anious Boots and Shoes, King's  and'Hell's Boots and Shoes,  Weston's Youths' and Children's Boots and Shoes. The  above are the very best boot  and Shoe manufacturers iu  Canada, and the,, goods are  ���������-��������� =?������������������*��������� a-.?'-?'SiS1S Slho/'besL   on    the  ��������� ���������rrss  -.���������*ft-  RUGS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  ���������  A SPECIAL, REDUCTION for  this month iu CARPETS ANC RUGS  . ���������Beautiful- selections'���������choice  Patterns..--..'  ���������-^TIio'Liriole'uiris are directly imported  .and "art*    lii-st-class, iri  :.' everyrospect..^   ,\ *     ������������������',*  Prop-  Horne  l'YrgUSOII,  the   south  a deal, hy  Flannel and  Flannelettes  Out* stock of Flannel and Flan-  nellettes for this Fall were the  Best ever put on the market  here and met with a, ready sale.  Blankets  and Quilts  - We have just received a, new  line of the above articles and  placed l.liciu tor sale. Special  Bargains in WH [TE WOOL  Blankets.  Linen  Goods  AVe are showing a splendid line  of Table Cloths���������bleached unbleached, colored. Towellings.  Pillow Casings, Sheetings���������all  -widths;-���������-*^���������-��������� ";���������" ' ***-=���������:���������*-  Glo  ves!!  es  Just received an assorted ship*  ineiil.   of   Ladies'    Kid Gloves  imported l'ruiii Fruce.  A Complete Line  of Groceries  As usual, our stock or Groceries  nnl the very best obtainable in  the markets of thu world. Every  article Fresh. Purchased in  carload lots regularly every  inontli. *  TIES.  A Well Known Lardeau  erty on Which Tom  Has Been Drilling Away all  These Years Bonded to  American Capitalists for $6o,-  ooo. .  S. Shannon, assayer of  came up on Monday from  on business connected with  which the Black Warrior property on  the iKii-t.lt fork of the Lui'deatt i.s bonded to ji syndicate from Winona, iMinn.,  by Thos. Home of this place for the  sum of .$00,000. All-. Home has been  drilling- away at this property for  quite a number of years and has between $0000 and $7000 worth of work  done on it. Three feet of solid galena  are -shewn up in the big tunnel and  there are some 20 tons of ore on the  dump ready to ship. The Hkiiald  congratulates Mr. Home on the reward which has followed his pluck  and persistence in doing the very  Iarge amount of work, through which  the value of txlyxe. property has been  demonstrated lo investors.  DISPATCHER'S  done, and throughout tbe tenible  operation the iron will of the man  kept bim from uttering a groan and  he spoke cheerfully and encouragingly  tuilio.-c who weie working atotmd  him. They then can ied him into the  baggage room, where lie atked if it  wa.s ali over with him, and being told  theie was no hope he asked to see his  brotlier, gave him in&lt unions as to  hN burial and his business affairs.  After eight hours, during which he  talked tpiielly and calmly of what he  wished done. In: began to sink, and  bidding his brolher gontl-bye quickly  pn*i?cd away.  When young Phillips was extricated lie began to mutter incoherently  for an hour, when, without regaining  cnnsi-iou&ne.-s, he died.  The biakemen. Ailan and *Aloirel,  were beneath the coal an.l MilTocaled.  Tiu* bodies of Thomas and Phillips  were brought to North Bay on the  "Soo" lr.iin Sunday morning. It was  a sad procession tbat lollowed the two  vehicles from the station, and as they  slopped at* the two houses, within a  stone's throw of each oilier, it was a  sight not easly forgotten.  Sergeant Allan, the br-ikeinan killed  returned from South Africa last spring  having gone through the war without  a scratch.  Revelstoke Furniture Co.  Tlie lievelstoke Furniture Co. have  just opened up with as artistic and  elegant lot of   furniture.  Hurls Two Trains Into Col-  lision, Causing the Death of  Four Men���������Terrible Scenes  at the Wreck.  The most disastrous   accident   that  hns ever occurred on  the   North   Bay  division  of  theC. P. R. took place on  Saturday   week-"between   eight,   and  nine   o'clock * in    the    evening     ne.ii  Macke.y's crossing, when a freight and  fast Bto-jk   train, going east, collided,  causing the death'of four of  the  train  hands, two firemen   and  two  brakesmen,and injuring one of the engineeis*.  The   two - tiremen   aud  .one    of     the  brakemen killed belong to North B.iy  "and were-named' respectively .. James  PhillfpsV'(3"eoi,^VTn'6nias'-iin'd;Sei-geiiiit  Allan. Mi: Alorrel.the'other brakeman  killed,    belonged   to-- Mattawa.     The  accident was caused by the despatcher  changing an order for the crossing of  the two trains and forgetting to notify  one of thetn of the change made.   It is  Slid that three  minutes   after giving  the order he saw   his  mistake, and  he  knew that'both trains  hud   thenle'lt  the   last   stations   and   were   rapidly  approaching each  other,  and  with a  face   like   marble   and    brain   almost  reeling with the   dread   of   the   news  that the next few minutes would bring  he satjit his   desk.    Mr,   Angus,   the  despatcher, has the sympathy  of the  town in the terrible disaster that   has  overtaken him.    He is confined to  his  room in the hotel   where   he   boards.  He had been but two months in North  Bay as despatcher and had jnstsetured  a house, and his furniture had arrived  a   day   or   so   ago   from   Webbwood,  where he was last.    His wife  had" not  yet come to North Bay.  A fireman's nerve.  Engineer Cristinck gives an account  of the accident.    He was on the stock  as has ever  been shown in town.' The furniture is  of the best workmanship, material  and design and the prices quoted by  the compiiiv are a winner. Sideboards from $12, chairs from 43 cents,  iron bedsteads with spring mattrass  ftom $0.50, roller top desks from $22  area novely in Revelstoke, partioti*  lmly when the furniture is really good  from every point of view. Parties  fnrii'shing should pay Mr. Woods a  visit and they will find their eyes  opened.  A Patent Inside.  "Children," said the teacher, while  instructing thc class in com position,  "you should not attempt any flights of  fancy, but simply be yourselves, and  wrigte what id in you. Do noi imitate  any other person's writing or draw inspirations from outside sources."  As a result of this advice Johnny  W.ise turned in the. following comppsir  iionT-'"r"'!'' ���������~i���������'r"     ������������������������������������-.-��������� -"; ���������  .-���������    -. -  '���������We should not .attempt,any flite:t  of fancy, hut rite what is iu us. In  me thare is my stuminick, lungs; hart,  liver, two apples, one piece of pie, one  stick lemon candy and my dinner.''���������  Baltimore American.  FISH RIVER  Forty Feet of Galena on the  Surface of the Goldsmith  Group on Goat Mt.���������Work on  the Wide West and Silver  Dollar.*���������The Mistake of a  Lifetime.  OaiiiioiiNH, Oct. 22.���������The large  amount of attention, which l.hu free  milling properties of Fish liiver have  been receiving lately, has caused the  merits of the silver-lead mines of llie  catiip to be somewhat obscured. But  to-'ny nothing of the rxt r.tonlinary  surface "-hewing revealed on the  Goldsmith group on (hint Hill beyond  the head cf Uuby Silver creek, which  is wil hunt doubt the most remarkable  outcropping of silver-lend ore in lhu  world, there are numerous properties  of whicli one used to hear a good deal  before the Eva and Oyster and Camborne groups loomed up quite as big as  they do now. Among such is the  Wide West group, situated (ii miles  from Camborne at the extreme head  waters of Pool cieek. Tliere were  originally font* claims located on lhis  group, but the present owners, a syndicate wilh head quarters at Lima. O.  have added .two moie -since they  acquired the properly. Then* are  eight distinct leads on Ibis group of  claims, one of'which has been traceil  clear aero***.*; the Lakeview and Ontario  claims for 3000 feet, with a width of  from 0 to 20 feet. The ore is galena  carrying good values in gold. 3. A.  Darragh, the manager of the propel ty  has just let to Alex Pitt of Rossi.tnd  a contract to continue on a tunnel,  which is driven to'cross'cut the leads,  this winter.  Another (ine silver-lead properly is  the Silver Dollar group owned by Thos  Best, consisting of three claims and  a fraction, adjoining the famous  Beatrice. The work done on the pro'-  perty consists of two tunnels, a shaft  and open cuts. At the end of the  longest tunnel, which is-in 107 feel,  eight inches of solid galena "have been  uncovered. The ore runs 200 oz in  silver to the ton. The lead is suspected  with good reason to be a continuation  of the Beatrice lead. - _.y ledge 0f f,.Be  "milling gold /quartz* tilso'Tiftis'Vcross'  the property.  The stoiy of the immense shewings  of galena on the Goldsmiths group on  Omit Mt." was a long time gaining  cu'denre. People cannot be expected  to swallow -10   feet   of  galena   all   at  once. Rut astonishing as the tale  appeals it is now well established that  it is pei-lectly true and there is a ledge  of galena limning from '33 to 10 feet in  width actually traceable for a very  considerable distance across lhe lead.  A deal in wliich Put Clark of Spokane  and a number of Butte mining men  are interested is now practically completed, for this unique property. Mr.  Uolflsriiil.il thinks that in lhe Goldsmith group the leads from the Wide  We.sl.and Blnck Bear properties converge and I hosi* acquainted with the  I, iy of the country are of the opinion  that there is a big .ipnearaneejof probability in tin* idea.  It looks very much as if the London  and II. 0. Goldfields had made the lirst  mistake of their careerin lhis province,  when they turned down the Kva. It  was in stripping the Criterion lead "ii  the Hoiw-Iand, one of the claims in the  Kva group lhat. the vein of free milling  qiiiirt*/. broke oil' and there the London  and B. G. people left it. But A. II.  Gracey, manager of the. Imperial  Syndicale, judging ftom the broken  i��������� I> appearance of the quailz that it  had only folded over, followed it  slraight down and sureenough picked  it up again eighteen feet below, after  doing some stripping. livery day's  wot k done on them increases the cei-  titiuty lhat the Siva. Oyster and Camborne free milling quart/, propositions  are very great properties.  Runs $20 a  Day  to  the  Man  and Bedrock  Not  Reached  [Special to the Herald]  Ashckovt, Oct. 23���������The new placer  discoveries on Horse Fly Creek are 05  miles from Harper's Camp - on the  north fork of the Horse Fly. In u  direct line from Ashcroft, they would  be about 120 miles distant if a trail was  made via Canim Lake. The pay dirt  is said to run easily $20 a day above  bedrock, and there is said to be a large  section of placer ground to be opened  ������������������!������������������ ��������� "* ' ' ,  .  ���������  Fresh Strike on Standard.,  Samples of high grade "copper oie  were brought in this morning from  a new strike made in the drift from  No 2't"iinn-et,on'l'h<? Standard.���������- This-is  the same drift in which the last strike  reported was made. There are - reported four feet of nice looking copper  ore in the new strike, the samples of  which cau be seen in the ollice of .1. M.  Si oil. banister.  Gent's  Furnishings  Our lines iiuthis Department  - are most complete and we  carry a carefully selected stock.  They include the. Latest Styles  in Hats���������hard, and soft���������Shirts  White and Colored, Collars,'  Cull's, Underwear, Imported  Goods, Hosiery, etc., and we  specially call your attention to  '    '  our Imported Underclothing.  6>SX5>������������S������3X!^^  THUR  rrnvwrnitxr..... j������jii*������.n.LmLj.inl'j.il������.M  I  Read carefully thefollowing list of Bargains for THURSDAY Selling.  Prices.    Seasonable Goods at Reasonable Prices.  Note   the  low  ress  'AVe are showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  W44&1f4f*44f*4NH['m*1[4Hf*4f4[4t*(4hHt������  C. B. HUME & CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Go  and Bennett.Fuse.  train wit HTTPhillips as   fireman   and"  were going up a heavy   grade,   where  lliere'was a slight curve iu   the   road,  when he saw  a  light   about   two   car  lenglhs ahead of him.    Like a flash he  knew lhey were doomed.    He rever.-eu  tho engine and threw  himself toward  the   window   of   the   cab   and   knew  nothing more till he found himself on  theemb:inkmeiit above   the-road.    In  n moment everything wi*.s quiet and he  started to go down the baiik when one  of   tliR   cattle   from   the   stock   train  dashed past him in fright,   lie reached  the wreck and found the engiue of Lhe  other train on top of   his   and  boili a  total wreik.    He   assisted    Elliot, lh>*  othur engineer, to the hank, and then,  going   back,   found    .McDonald,     ll e  lirakeman of Elliot's train,   silting   i..  the cab unhurt, but so dazed with   lh  ���������.hock that he was nimble to bv of any  assistance.    Looking then at his ow ..  engine he saw at a glance that Yourg  Phillips was past help, and  as  he   I������y  as though dead he then   went  to   lhc  help   of   Fireman   Thomas, who   wn***  hinging  head   downwards   from   the.,  driving wheel, with   one   foot caught  and the other leg torn almost from the  hotly but   held   between   the   broken  parts of the engine.    He   managed   to  reach Thomas and raised his   head  to  his shoulder and for   an   hour   and *u  half he stood there holding  him   until  help arrived.   During all lhat time not  a murmur of complaint came from the  injured   man.   The "Soo"'  tiain   then  arrived on   the   scene   with   William  Thomas, brotlier   of   the   firein.in,   in  chatge.   They at once commenced  lo  try and relieve him from  his  position  but were unable to get   him  out,   for  though the bone was broken the flesh  held hist.    At the dying man's request  to he cut loose the  brother lequesled  Engineer Cristinck   to   cut  the  flesh  that held him, and with   a  jack-knife  the only instrument available, this was  '���������������?-  Three Pieces Double Gold Dress Goods,  assorted colors.    Regular 50c. per. vard.  THURSDAY, per yard..." \ 35c.  Sonic interesting prices  in  this Department  for Thiu-sdn v selling.     Wee our Special l:no of  ��������� -          Tailor-iMrde'.raekol.-. at $4.00  Flannelettes  Five.   Pieces,  assorted stripes.  Flannelettes.  On Sale THURSDAY per yard 7c.  Lace C-yrtains  Twenty Pairs Lace Curtains. 53 inches  wide,  three yards long, "White or Ivory  in a, good  Tai tor-Made  Costumes  Blue. Grey and Brown and Grey Mixtures In  Homespun.     Katon   Coat.      Regular     price  o  $i:..r.O to $10.50. THURSDAY S8.7S  range ol Patterns.    Ucgul.tr value  $1.50  per  pair    THURSDAY to clear Sl-00  Blankets -  Ten Pair of our Celebrated Chainnion  While  ' Wooled llliinkets (il x SI.      Regular $1.50 per  pair.    Til URSDAY $3.76  Miss Stone's   Companion  Dead  and     Fugitives     Shot.���������The  Esquimait Barracks^. Murder.���������  Gen. Buller   Relieved   of His  Command.���������Twenty   Millions  of Fire Insurance.  London. Oct. 2:1���������.Miss Ki-awick. a  young Philadelphia woman pieadu.l  guilty ye.-teiday to a charge of h-iving  I'orgod railwav certificates, valued ut  SlOU.tlOO.  Dui.l-tii. Ocl. 2.'!-The Northern  Pacific Uy. have taken out a fiiu insiu-  iince policy of .s20.0i*0,W>'J. the !.irge-t  single item til' iusurince ever written  in the west..  Yun'oifiA, R.C., Oct. 2:1���������The grand  jury yes lei day brought in a true hill  against .Sapper Gill charged with  inurdeting Gunner Olinnick.  Saloniica, Oct. 2:;.-Ic is reported  lhat Ainu; 'J'silk.i, the companion of  Aliss Stone, who was captured by ihe  brigands in Bulgaria, died recently in  capcivity.  A Sofia correspondent of a Vienna  newspaper say.-Aliss Stone was captured by a detachment of Turkish  Cavalry at the instigation of. lhe Sull-an  and noi by In igands.  Five fugitives from IJ.inisk.'i,  Macedonia, including a brother of  Aline Tsilka were shot dead hy the  Tuikish frontier guards while trying  to cross into Bulgarian territory.  United States Consul General Dickin  son has demanded an oliicial   inquiiy.  Tabloid Telegrams       '���������  W. 15. II. Massey, president of the  Massey Harris Co. is very ill and not  expected I o recover.  GeiieralBiiller has  been . relieved of  his comiii'iiid of the first   army   command   General     French'    appointed   to -  succeed him.  By a panic in a theatre at Louisville,  Ky., yesterday afternoon caused by a  false alarm of fire, a score of people  were badly injured, some of whom  may die. ���������  Sir Thomas Liptcm sailed for  home'  yesterday.    Before going on  board he  said he had.not given- up-the fighc for -  the America cup.     "-'.'  "'.-.    '       j _-  It is'reported  that Lord   Kitchener '  has wired   the   war  otlice   an   urgent  demand   for   more   trained    mounted  men.* '   "  A report from Pretoria says that' a  force of Canadian scouts surprised a  Boer laager near . Balmoral. The  Boers tied alter a short fight. ' The  Canadians had two men killed, one  officer and two men wounded.  A despatch from Brussels says that  Kruger has a report to the 'effect that  the greater pint of Cape Colony is in  rebellion and that the Boers have  armed 15.000 Afrikanders in the last  three months.  It is stated that an English syndicate  has made arrangements to build the  Coast-Kootenay railway.  ���������Call at Lauder's bakery and  loaf of bread.  trv  25c-  -Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose-  25c  Four Dozen Ladies' All-Wool Cashmere Ilosc, nice, soft, made Knll h'ashioi'ed and Seamless. This  Store i.s always on the look out for Bargains. We secured om: in Hosiery. Uo you want your share  If so. buy them on Thursday at 25c per pair.  Clothing SitYid  Furnishing Department.  Ten Dozen Men's Wool Fleeced Shirts and  Drawers.    Shirts have double chest. Regular  SI each.    THURSDAY $1.25 Suit  Ten Dozen Scotch Lamb Wool Shirts and  Drawers, all sizes. Regular .*Ji3 Suit. Thursday selling at.......' S2.25 Suit  Fifteen Dozen Men's AVool JSoeks, with  double Toes and Heels.    Regular 40c per pr.  THURSDAY 25c per Pair  Twelve Dozen Bovs Black Knap Reefers,  Large Collar, Best Linings.' THURSDAY...  ....    ' S3.25  Ten Dozen Boys Brownie Halifax Tweed  Suits.   Sizes 21 to 25.   Regular Price $4.50.  THURSDAY....'. $3.75  Fifteen Dozen Two per cent. Halifax Tweed  Suits. Sizes 21 to 28. Regular Price ������3.25.  THURSDAY $2.50  Keep Yomi- Head Cool  FEDORA HATS-50.;.  Three Dozen Men's Fedora Hats in Black and  Urown. Regular $1 and SLoO* THURSDAY    50c.  HaracS kerchiefs  Twenty   and   Twentv-Five Cent Swiss   Embroidered Handkerchiefs. THURSDAY.. 10c  XVo. have Ten Dozen Ladies' Swiss Embroidered Handkerchiefs, odds and ends,  1 which we picked up at, a ridiculous price.���������  To Clear. Airs. Latecomer does not get first  chance. Regular 20c. goods.  THURSDAY 10c.  These prices are for THURSDAY only.  i  g?   REID & YOU  Orders  Promptly  Attended  to. .....  ���������gj.r.ir.t-.g'.rjr.j'.jrj.*^^  The oi vie rate of taxation for 1001  was .struck la-M Friday, and the Collector will have ihe tax notice*** out by  lhe end of this week. In the ineaii-  I iine-anyone-w lm-wi������he*���������������lu���������pay-their5-  taxes- c.iu do so.  The Hisrali) has had several inquiries about the new man of the L-ndei-u  whieJi one sees cpiite a. lot of talk afioift,  in lhe Eagle and Topic, but as 'the  publishers do not?- appaiently extend  l he uiual courtesy of sending a vamph-  copy to (.he press, we cannot say  whether the map is worth buying or  not.  A despatch from Potlsville. Pa.,  says George Fnlleiton. of Orcssona,  while oiling his locomotive when it  was iu million last WedtH-Mhty. fell  del ween I be wheels and one of his feet-  was cul oil. When missed uy hi***  fireman the train uhs *<toppeil. "Full-  erton cr.-i\vli<il from beneath his train,  and wit h the .'0>*ii>tai ce of the train  crew mounted lhe cab and guided his  engine to the next station, L'rettsona,  a distance of four miles'.  Coal from Crow's Nest Pa**'--. Ihili-.li  Columbia. N being import'il into  Spokane Io compete with .the -.upply  frriiii Rosslyn, Wash.. s.iy.= the-Spokef-  man-Review. That prank-allv means  competition hei ween the North"! n  Pacific and the Great* Norl hern, since  the Northern P.icilic officials own a  great, deal nf Ro*-slyn mine stork, and  the Crow's N'-st coal fields are owned  by I he.I. J. Hill interests. The Great  Northern railroad into the Crow's Nest -  will iie fini<-hed within six months  prol-alily and at, mc-ent. Ihe coal is  being shipped via Bonner's Ferry.  C. Bi el hour, who was -engaged asjl  fort-man on the construction of lhe  Loop tunnel on the Crow's Nest is in  Nelson. lie say.*, good pi ogress i.������ be-  insr made with liie woik and that  within a mouth the cannection should  be made in the" upper deck of lhe  tunnel in which the crown timbers ate  set. Owing to the very loose natiue  of the gravel through which the tunnel  is heing con-structed the woik is veiy  difficult, the timbering bring very  close all I he way. There is h force of  125men on the job and by Christmas  all the earlh should he* out. The  funnel is 1500 feet lone. 19 feet wide and  27 feet high, and is built on an 11 de-'  gree curve. It will , cut oil a mile of  track and will get around some had  trestles and gumbo cuts.���������Nelson Tii  hntie. Mwrr.X&i&^'T'-lLS-ttrj'.'i+WViV'?*'
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.Tliere is not   a   liusiness   centre   in
this province with   brighter, prospects
-ahead of it than Revelstoke.    Perhaps
our   readers   will   remember noticing
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but. surely   beginning   to    force, bhe
.truth of it upon ihe attention   of: the
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^predicting a Vms\- timo iu the 'Dig.Bend,
,. llistriei. next season.      They, ���feel that
by the placing of tin; steamer,   on   the
rivei*:belowXaporte the first* practical
step in clearing away ;.,. the   transportation obstacles, wliich have so long held
the district back have bceii"."surihoi'int-
(>(1.     The   boat;: will place tho in in ing
:   camps of i.afornio aiid7Carnes. creeks,
'���;. {Keystone-:Momltsiiii'';'--:audi;;Siandaril
��� llasin;within'.easy-reach'; of, lleyelstoke
;';Vaiid a great7iiiore;ise of activity.,iii;tlie
,:i'ich gold-copper au('l'.silver^lead7])ro]i-;,
:   erlies in thesecaihps may-/(juitcreasjo'ii.,
{{ulilj-lie expected.;7'..;-.;7{::;.���wij'^Wvy;?'7.7'
{{:{S6{fiiv, so gopd.rg.;But'ihbre*i'ei)iai.ns
t to be done.   : To Itevelstolie belongs in
;:'d,lie imniense area of���cotiiitvy lying";-oh
���- the Death Uapids,: a ;ti'ad��;:. territory,.
;,;. whose -resources, 7. though 'cinlyKvery;
7    imperfectly;-kriirwri,'������': are -'such7-; ns.
7:.=��� certainly, to Avarrant* the grcatesti'aitii.
'in the future of the ;cifcy ,{, ���: The   ex-.
; tensi ve timber 1 iinits and vast areas of
7 untouched   placer   ground   knowti to
g.exisfc . in:; that 'region--7 have; already;
%���,; attracted.considerable,attention ,:froin
^American capital and there :;is7 every;
;rV prospect that;next.season.. >vill.witness
the commencement y.ot ;;;:opcrations   in
lumbering and   placer   tiiining,���-wliich.
...���will prove.the real ity, of;; the   value of
J these natural resources to  the public;
Beyond lie7the;immense inica 7 deposits
of Tete Jaune   Cache,   only   awaiting
transportation facilities��� to be operated
from this point as a base of   supplies.:
Beyond again in the far jiort 11   1 ies: a.
���������:'.-vast., territory^;; ;the;;"douutin :r of *::.tlie
Hudson   Bay   Co., ,, into -which .stoam
navigation   on   the   upper    Columbia;
and Canoe Kiver '.���'affords tlie   shortest
��� ..and easiest,litis of access;,-V{:Tc>;all this
business {empire   Revelstoke   is;    the
There is no iii't-essily for any  person
here to he going l'liiiiid  wilh   blood    in
his eye.    11 is  very ���diitihl ful   ���**. Ind In'i'
anybody really knows what the intentions of the Aiueric.iii liimlii'riiii'ii. who
hold possession of tin* I iiubrr limits on
the upper Columliiu, are.    They are in
the enjoyment of one of  lhu  old   fashioned patents, which gave the-griintt'e
everything in sight and out   of   sight,
in the heavens above   and   the   earth
beneath and I.he waters I hai. are under
I.he earth.      AVhether   however   even
tin sti.sweeping   paten's'  will   exeuij t
the holders from an   'export   duly   on
theiriogs now lhat  such   a   duly   has
lieen adopted as a. general priiu-ipln  liy
the provincial govoi-uioeiit. i.s   anol her
iuatter.    It seems lo tlie llici:.\:.i> Ui.'il
tlieir'siiwlogs ou'reaching.the Iioundnry
are just, sa wlogs," Ihe   sjiiii*   ns   ol her
peoples' isawlogs .-ind ipiile as.liable   to
pay any "duties which 'may-be  imposeil
on them.    But however, this, may   1" ,
the   lIllllAl.n     is decidedly    of    the
opinion lhat I'or ltevelsiolce lo   raise a
roar about it is not particularly   likely
lo ii'ului'c these sawmill men   to locate
their mills  here {mid   might   possibly
scare them oil' putting in. i licit' logging
camps on the limits at all.     \\'e.   want
those logging camps, we need them   in
our business badly.  -Therefore,if there
is any possibility  .of..lhe mills   going
lo'Norlhport because llu: hunber   men
can gel. better terms for   the   carriage
of their out put  to   the . market   from
the     Great     .Northern -  than    .tliey
can     froni .'���>;. the'.'-.-vC..  \'.     li.."���'������ the ,
wisest and..lii'ost. "diplomatic";���course,',
whicli the. busiiless men til',..lievelstoke
caif pursue, is  to ;.;UHo: -what���;���'inlluen.ee.
they cati with the .,('a���ii;,idi,"vn."'.l','*.iii*'i��iil
to ''��� g'et   1,1 t'e'i ii ��� til' ;; oiler;7;. su I'I iciei 11 ...i h -
ducciiieiits i|i thi* way. of freight :rates
tplceejr  tliis. inipiirt.-iiit - iirdustvy   in*
the pro vince. :  Tlie. C. ���:<S.', li. .can n'pi
very   well   afford 'lit) tliis";; |i.*irticular
stage of the game to,���!iaye'it.siiid:: that
Uicv- are.lielping to hu ild -i'i p.'.aiiotiiev
to \y 11 j i is t':��� a cross ;; 1.1 ibV I io'iiii d a ry;.   1 >c-:
ciiiisti ���liii.i'.'.l.l.ill; is7, so iuuc.h   easier . to
dealav ith and wo intich more; ready io
assist-; iui|)brtaiit.;  eiiterpriscs  .; than
���. tliey "'tires:;;'.;. ;'Coh I pit risoii^; arqodorbiisi7
,ticular;cpn)p;irisoii i'cbiililSbo^-.worlied;
up: iii to.a ���! nost decidedly'.-. incphyeiiient;
\vbrking |optli;;aii(l.;7nail:;,;to-,;kt.epOiiii
-HillL'put- of; the '���province us^fitv^as itjs
��� 1 f the.' board; of;ii;;id e:1; lh ill lc;;;; i t'-.y, Svoiili"
Ayhile.'-tp'Ktakcivtlio; 'ii!attei';;!tipi;7thq
��� llKUAtli lias Do7 doitiit. tbat''?! a suggestionto tlioC. P.;.,B.; ;ii.itlibi*ities - along
these; lines would -be appreciated;:;; : A:
woi-d.tothe,,vise ought, to.be suflici on b.
:BRQ��"ISIGHS,; Etc.
'V^;i;:CPNTRAGTpR^^ 7,;
;AH kinds of iniiiing Jconl.racls
tiifcui'i'' and - woi'k exacuted; iii'ii.'
work lii.'inlikeina!! ner..-
���HIp^E-El'.-; 0-^0^3^";:;
9. atF*��ftp>b,ess��mp>'Sk'yr=s;a.;:.'B��?.'��S
:_    ; The very:l>cst>iii'ili(_ -,nai*l;ei todny,", :,'
;,.'7.-;;:::;..: 7, ":7/iueluding:;;;,:.,;:      ������������;��� ���.;:*;'
::Ai A. Carrots,' ^^vv^furnips;;
:'"::":'"'"'":'*'"' A:z?A,:	
-Is better than riches;;.'.;:"..;.";,i;"'"_��� *
'���:L'yL'~Wc have tlie iiiime;of making7:;::
��� ;: - llie only Stylish Salts in Town ;,;,..;
.:..;:.__for  durability.:and'ijunlity,:;-:.:,.
:���*��� ;-:-. they^'tllsO;'exeel.v���.:;'���'^'.7"::^'���';:::.:'.LiL
;-;,;. /Also: lirsl.;i|iiali iVof well i'ii red -:;
7Send.orders for samo, to ;.���: :':;:
���L-Ly-r-yyL:-7'":LLyyyyy:: ';;".-_:c;ye1stol:p,7.l:.
', ���������JC.^,'
fl.arsfo ninl. Well ..iithted.
Sninple ���tooius......:.:-..,,:;
-.''������'��� ������;',���     Healed by. Hot Air and f.lectrlc
llells and Light iu every room.7
lrroe Hns Meets A11 Trains        ]y 'L.yy^-L.LyL'":.
IteiLsoiiable.ltates...;....   ;:;      ;:���::::'   ::;-:- :���',. ���--;;:������:-; -:7-::
Night  Grill ~A0 i2i in t'oniieetion for tin* Con ven inline of fl nests'    vi     ;;;
Ifourly, Street Car:,  ;3>,;
Uetwce'i'llotel n .d;Staii'oii
; BAKi;it,'; confectioner,^
���'���Li-LLNiiiid caterer,itlcLL~:yL
; W-ed d ing? Cakej^7'a - Special ty^vS
''fr ���
fr' '
i Gpod {accommodation.;.: A *.good: Bar.', well suppl Ied :with;;g'v^
\ Ly '77 yLL Choice:,: Wiries,'���Liquors..:and {Cigars.1!;*-';; :7y:0i7y'7X'-
{Free.;':Bus;|Meetsp'An 'Trai iisA:
��� V V
fr- ���"���
;:xf ���:-..���
'���:xf ���''���',:
���-:, fr.- ;������
,������'���*���* ,:������!'
-���'-7 fr.L:
.--, im
..;;, The,7 nteiaiiclibly;; ond7 of ;{; Nicholas
Flood Davin's;:"career;{rbl)s: the Con-
servativt: party of pile:ot';ifcs ; brightest
and most progressive'nihids.'���{?��� lie>was
ajnian rts;far,-ahead;;qf^the^'oi-dihary
politician in intcllecttial .ihakeup and
wide . experience ,;of: .thev:iyprld- a* he
was of the.'..-iy*>.r,*i'ge';tiieinhe.i*..ii) oratory,
:His-; Imlliaut'i.iiientai:{'Vatt-iiiriment.*?''
.seoihedio^ibscurein Ihc.minrl of thf*
public:, the;' reality {of. the; soiid .hard
y>-ori:. -lyhich bed id cfor the >..;A\ri*ist":- so
that his serv-.ice*s;!!i   this   vesueet were
{dollars   expended on1* a   trainway{ at
Death Rapids will open it up to ns.    If
: this is built the HjsitAX.ij.has   positiye
assurance   that   a osteainer   will     be
;placed on   the   river' above.      Canoe
penetrated that.fiir   to '-'be   navigable j f,,
{'for   a   considerable    distance   of     it:
Ar f*Sotice.:;;toICo-Ownersy;:;
To'vj;s.'?'Piiitersrin;!'ii:iil ��� all'; othbrs .elhimiiig
A'tii roii'ffli. hi in. any :i n terest' ill: the;, elaiin.'j
Under, the :iIiiiiralAc,t,;.lS97,,'.arid;nniehdments
���XV^.therelo:;;:;;*;;:7;:!;;^";,;-7;;,--.;;7;7^:'7--'7;;. :^{;.';{-7'-;7{7;;;;';:{
������: :N6TICK'"lS,;-lT]*:i!KliS-.{01VJJN*;{ihat;'.TC;:-P:
MeCartyiiiiil ll.'.l.l'.oiiriieJiiive liorforniedrail
ihe iissessnient work on'7.tlie���,I'"ii'irvli>*,i-; lieleher'
Araljiaii,: Victori*iJ:i Vv-MiijilO; J..eaf, Shnmroelc
and.:7.\!animoth niineral -el aims v: situate --.in
.Ground ilof.'.I'.teiii.;in: the .Jtevelstoke ..Miiili'i:
1 ii vision of, West-Kootenay; lonnted ini-MiKUSt
1SS8 and recorded "nt Hevelstolieon.the, .Ird
September.:ISSli.iiiid that -f.7S.-1'iutersoii, the
reeorded owner Of an interest-ih-tiie said
mineral elaims litis neglected to do br,pay for
hisKliiire of the assessment, work for the years.
1599,3901) aiid 1901,.and that unless.said charges
are not paid"within iiinetvilays from- the- first
ptihlii-ation of this notiee. .we. shall -proceed to
record said delinquent in teres ta.s; provided by,
.See'tfon f I .-'of -the -Mineral Act Amo.-nlmont Act,
iSiiO.'-'LLyyy'LLLL'yL'yyy-L'yrjyyyyy.yyyy-y yyy.-.
: Dated at 'Rcvr-tstoke, B.C'
September, lOul...'LL-yLLy. y,:L
this Sth'diiy of
���. -���;��;;
Hotioetc Go-Owners.
benefitted ii)bsc;:l.Hv*{tliei.h'.i:'*:-:K*'_r1<:cte'tI
th-inn.*), r.otiee. is liereoyfriveii that we. i.oulse
^ J I^*o:i;inn Xiraham7 *ui'.!-..'.;nf-;- r.iiinl. have perr
K.- i*7;^ v.,,4-���������',���..*,..ixL ��� Ui.' .,-.,:. ,,;,.-.'L,yi"i i'orm��i;.in tl'.c-assessmentwork on t!ie:"Golilen
In 111*, owl., pal ty. Le. \\a.-,: i.in*.-i-ri.pil-. Kai-!o" mineral claim, situated7 on the. divide
l���..cls- /l.-���-i.-Vri���:is*,.T;*Y/.i,r '--AL-.f-Li,��� ' -x:.r V-W�� i b'ei-.vetn Kr**neh n-.irl MeC'iilloek Creeks: at tlie
lou*?lvldolK*.t0.po.ai<..ii/(!fcjtti;.,.h>*-',.vh*jJ'j,(,,1,J -of CrnxiiUl'" Ho- ..Basin in the Bin Bend
otherst the hist-.: eii-etion: {.{ Siumauly |;��$&.^^^15^^mter.' tiK
: length.'     It   has':; been sugtrcsteil thai.
t hi*..- a.tta i n u.j'c-ii t:. of . 11 k*.
prizes {in {th"���" |lobli.e.'sa0'^ "career::
T^Iail hrders; proiuptly^iuiil; cat;iif ully.
.;--{;-{;;:7{:{-:7;i{-:'^::-;;ittoiided to{:.7:;;.{-S;<--{;?-������"";.
L Ably {furnished with {the'-.��
7 Choicest rSthe H ^Market 7.-
{-{; Larg^ lllight7 bedropmsV: iiyL' 'iy
{���;���";{{'7{ n:-;Ratei3{;$i.{a-;day{;;{'-'{{-{::: '���:���> *".:V.'"V{i;.;-.-
cXfti ^o> i -a w.:lf MAA;lA W
AA:7P:Jkcm c^r ai iiwAY
siiw the turn of.
NOTIi.-lv IS IIKI'.KBV til VEN'. in pursuanee of
��,.: iTwlitor*.' Tr:*.-!, l)..:j'U A.-t.'.Wll." thai
;.lo!in \"Ir:ecrit ivrks-ni ;;;-* r;!ij of Ktvi.-i.-toki.*.
' :li- llu- -,';,--vince ':>', -.''.riti.'h lii'.ililiiiilrt, rit.i.i'.b
'. i'rf.j.rict.T, uusbv <I*.*i_<ii-l��!��.ririir-'laiiT the llith
: di) ..( ii,*:.,!��.-r. A,!;..,..!."!. assiKiicdH.il his
; r-^ftl ri.r.*l !iers.,fi^t -.x-t.x.v:::<-.orcept ��<��� therein
' :!.'^i::i��(i:i-'l :.: .'..jhtx li:lr.lr.;;-n',::r rrliii,a'ttl, 01 ih-:-
ii)   i;!tv   nf livvtr't-U/i:',:,   '.fcriaral-: At'cli!;.. ir
'I'lu; news.which arrivi'd in {Avhfrnft:
last week of I'ich pl-ici.r. tft-avplj .lis-
"" '"""'   ';r.i.'
i;6k ; in -Cariboo   '(.l*;!.*.- .ciins.idi*i*al>!e j��� pri'..pt*ri.i'7oia!eb-
:tl:.i'nt  t*r^}udice
i.      ������ .:'--, ,���-    :   --,        ,    ,-        -'.������'":-    -"���>���-.>���. (���������iorltv.* tlifl'I'.-e'liiiirs of ti.e--ai'l  loh'ti" Via- j
force t.o the   reiterated ��� .ccm twit ion   oi ;,;,r.u ^Lri^. H.t: A^isiinr. ��!i(i H���s'��ijj.l Trustee |
the    I! Kt:.\ ur-  1 ba I. {; tin*  - t-"c*it*s'--n-,abh;'! >]'"! ,i'.ii'*i>'i't*Ke-ii �����(- irxisn ercued fly the said ;
, -   , ! claim has jiegici/ted   to- do. III.-: share   of, the
���������f**;-1**'**:! v.ori: or ro pay Stir sttmefortlu; year.ilSUS; IS'JO.;
; ! IftXi ninMOul.:' .N���!)c.,���fa-lieralij-' given ,: lb   tlie
',*--.! ,-i.iSd    l's/ihard   Mei^:arml*l: that   linleis  said
i'i',. ,.-;,{.!���-::,.,tL.t, ii.   .    I ci!i:'t;i;s  arc   paid   within: ninety days of the
the    -Dominion  {government  ; -looks [ ��':v> V'^.."".'.'? "'':'���>'* y^y^i"^ K?iMe.i:
favorably ..ft poii. the proposal "that": the'; froni his ,^i:;S'**;);iiiii'lii:*ri .'j^'"V.hi-*_'.':-.��>^^
.-construction-of th'e-traiit\yay.:at'JJeatIv-j liahd,;^L-''dcfi.*ato
{Kapids falls witliin.'thi.;{sci.p^ {of^ih"--^---^...^^^-.*^
VPiiblic^-orksUcpartuictit-..:    Irscom, | ^ (-f ^���^ {      ;:;;  ..}-       {. {J ^^^^^ZL __,__��� ._
Ui   the^llEK.M.I)     that   this   is     tlii*/        '      ' -...*���- ,.-*: -7 J;    i. *._���-*. 7, ������*.,-���-.
: psychological.noment for the b.,a.,l ofl"?'" ;iH?mt ^..inyi^l;^! _^rrt..;fi .^^'r":'!";. .���'���HaT! CEiiTO , CfSEpITORS. .V.
trade to once moi-i* rise to the occasion |;     ..--,*"���. -"";"'"'���"~"""";' ":,"~ '". L:- .--���'        ������'������- i 7*7 ;,"��� ������       ...."������'.-.-���,"���
and urge   upon    the   goscrnmciil   the
necessity of this work valid   thiV pni-
priety ol its   undertaking   if.   without
delay.     The. snpp<liters of the party,
in   power'"'would   be   doing   a    good
st.i'oke;of business both    I'or thp   town
and district and   Uie ? I-aurior govern-
ment by taking, up the iiia.tti'.r as .well.
"The   JlKiiAt.D     is   given     l.o    understand ;'  that,     flic-   prr.'seiit     Minister
of   the* Interior is 'V al read v.   -iamiliar
w-ith " the     situation     arid   there   is
not a doubt but '������ .Mr. Galliher
Would endorsK a proposal ���'by
which   so iniich  would  be   attained at
such a relatively trifling  expenditure.
There,'is nothing to he gaincil by
.'waiting.' The time to strike for this
tramway   is   now.      There   are   very
obvious considerations connected wil h
therapid approach of railway extension
ftom Alberta into   tlie   Yellow   Head
pass,   which   render   it. a  matter   of
supreme importance   that  llevelsioke
shall get a gi ip on   the   trade   of   the
north at once.     Nortli   Kootenay   of
course belongs to her for  all   time   in
any event bufc we   should   get  a   firm
hold on  the   country above   the   Uig
Hend without delay, unless   we   want
to see its trade switched  off   in   other
directions. ���     .   i
;i2ffeellveC>��to.)er,V:l001. :
|    Alt p?r*-r.-r- ivavintr ciaipts li^aiin-', ili'v*; said :���-
; .iohn Vineci' I'*.*.-ksLit': rti'inirefi ori c-r before I
,   , ..-,-,   ���  .   .    ,        ,.-   .-,       ., ! tb.-.i tentiiOi*.-.* of :-.'ov..*:)ibe.r,A. l>., lyil. to wml;.
ve  .placer-   lielos  :ii!    l.liy    I.);g .;;Hend J to the will 'Trostei* full particulars ol.tli*i *..mii)..*
*.,.:,, -:    ' - i.lsiiv vcrinc.l.'to^etticr wii.b-��h*s-p��.r;ii:ii*nr*! of
lbl-.   ���������.- .-     '-'-'-. :"- -..-...   "'- - -.;;.-   -   - i sticVccii-ity. if any, li.eM.hy fiiem.  ",-���::���    T-:  :
':���_. {;���"-' - ���- - . v.'1.- ���''-.��������� .-;{ ;;'7 and ���������xfrrrr.'-K f7^' 'HfLSiElir CifVUS tiiat
li.- \l,:v,7n'!..,.1(-.v,<i -, t.L,.,r.L.- ..t.-L I afier the said t^ntl: dav of-Vo-v-cmtt'-T. If^'l.-ihi-
III. Alo.v.xn Iw htov.,1, a- taiuo.i-s   pb/* j^i,,  T,.���,,,,0   .vii!  t.r���,:,,(,,i  (,-,..,H*.,rn,..ttj*. -%hi:
I    into : ii--r'.'-:--ln 'amon^. f.ii.;.-:c   ercditoi-s wf.o-'C   t'ltiltr.x
have he-Hi lod-ied -.villi him. and: that i;
cliituces'iire'lhat a.rii-'b   lcwiiid .await;
?t lhbrough''.c.\-ploi*at:|ori of iii.*.'e's-tpi.
'sit-in h of Oi.-iwgow.has oxamiii
causes of railroadi.wr'i-cks.- lit: dficlar-es
that a great majority of't tye in are ..due
lo the same catise���neurosis among
railroad men, produced by the "extreme.
nerve tension.in thc'discharga of lheir
duties during long-bourn.     :
What 13 the moral of Dr. .Scott's discovery ?
fl.'s this, of course;
The man who say's thai rath-nail men
Hlioulil ha ve eight biiiiiH per day at
inojt, occasional holidays and ..decent
pay is an anarchist, a disturbing element and one who would put the lives
of passengers above the dividends of
stockholder's.���N". VT. .four nal.
not be rosp., nst hie after Hititl ilMfit'ir tlie n.��s*ets
so dissribufe'l, or any part 'thereof, to' nny
person or ficr.-ons. firm or corporation, of
whose doht. or claim.1 lie shall.,not then have
received notice. .. ,; '     ' .Lr-'i
' A r>rcc.liri(/ of the Creditors of the said John
Vincent r'erks will be held at the. oflice pl
.Tdlni firinkwnter Sibbald. yitm Street, ftovel-
stok", llritish fiolnmhia, on. Saturday, the
t.iventy-si.\*tti day of October. A. I).. 11*1)1, at the
hour of two o'clock in the afternoon.:'      -���-'������
Dated at Kevelstoke, li. C,  this lath  'lay of
October,.A. l>..i:��)i,   .    . L   ���-��� ...<���:;-
J. M. SCOTT, Itevclstoke,.11..C."
Solicitor for the Trustee.
LOST. -,.
A riay���Iinion Jack���from the Opera ..House
on ornbout Jimiiiirv 2si'l, 1!K)I. The llnu' was
used for the decoration of tho Opera House
for theTrainuieu's liall on Sew Year's Kve.7
The linilei' will idease return same to Hkrald
office. " Get. 11���tf.
Passengers {-booked.  :3o . fill =.
���Kastem, Canadian and U.S.-
"'';Poi'ntf..'{;,;7: ���"{;{���;;-7-;;7-.'7;{';;7':7,.:{"v: '-.* /-'
. IJertes -reserved on; Atlnniic;
Slc'anicr.s for passengers to".
tlie:01d :CoiiiUrv;{-vv    "7 7 ��� -:
Direct Steamer Service froin
>     ---:{��� Vahccniver to/";*;; ;{
TKI.El'HO.N-K Xp.iol.
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-i\ Incorporated undo? the Laws of British CoSumbia.  gnroyjgraiTSiFwisgriuU t\.n, j/i^bfs*-������*be__s-bb  Capital: $1,000  Par  IH I.UOu  ,000 Shares,  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NO PROMOTER'S AND HO PREFERRED STOCK.  ���������gtmrammwim.wj������������m **���������������������m���������  Cambourne Group* 9 Claims.   Oyster Gp.s ������  Located  in the Free Gold  Fish  River Camp,  Lardeau Mining Division,  Brilish Columbia  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Gents Per Share,  nsmtmrnnrrzi t-.-wi.-j:  JI  i -*-  I  .1  t,������  I!  In view of the splendid showings of both high ancl low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for thc economical ���������  developing ancl working ofthe properties, it is confidently expected that, not only will the present issue of stock be sold fc  quickly, but no more will be offered at less than  par. " ' a  Address all  inquiries for information, or  applications for stock to  SECRETARY  ���������wra:-*������'*������������"  Official Broker,  9     ' Revelstoke, B. O.  O. BOX 700, NELSON, B. C.  a^Jh^Tasa^iaBEaEssESEgsggss  ������������EKSS33HISEK3SS1H2&  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Is in a position-to-give as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising1 space iii  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 T HE HERALD'S  c cm sidefatioh. Special attention give to orders  by mail.  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work entrusted to THS HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  disposal. THE HERAT D does not claim to be the  only printing ho use in 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 cla^ss of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  LEGAL.  mutjummai  JM. SCOTT   IS -A., U..1I.  Hamster,       Solicitor,    Notary    l'nblic,   Etc.  McKenzie Avenue, itevclstoke Stutlim.  Money to loan.  H  AKVKY, JI.'CAR'1'E.'t A PINKHAM  linrristcrs, Solicitors, Ktc.  Solicitors for Initiuriiil Hank of Canada.  Uninuiiiiv l'mius tuloan nt8 percent.  1'iit.fi* si'i'.BKT, lievelstoke station, 11. 0.  CHURCHES  .MKi'iiuiniiT church, iii:vi:iji1oki:.  1-rencliiiii' i-ervici*-! at 11 n. m. and 7::t0 p. in  Cliiisniuoiiiig at Uio el������iM! ol the morning  .service, t-iililiiilli Scliool ami liiblo Class iii'l::*U  Weelclv I'ru.'or ill-cling every Weilne.silay  evening iu 7:110. Tlio jiiiblie ure cordially  Invilcil.   .Seats Irce.  Ilov. C. IiADNKR, l'astor.  ST.   I'I'.TKI'. S CIHM'tll, ANGLICAN.  ...Mil n.iu., llolv Kuchariht; 11 a.m., matins,  MiiiTiv mul herinon (llolv Kucharist lir.st Sim-  diiv i"n llie montli): '-::'.������ Sunday school, or  chililren'.s .service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) anil  sermon, llolv Days���������The Holy luiclinrlsl Is  ccli-bvatediu 7 a.m. or 8 a.m., ns announced.  llolv Jiuptism after SiinilaylSchool nto:15.  c. a. l'uocu.NiKii, Hector.  I'J'K.*il!YTi:i'.tAN  CHURCH.  Service everv Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to which all aro welcome. Prayer meeting at  S p. in. every Wednesday.  nrcv.w. c. Cai.dkr, Pastor.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mass   at 1I)::I0 a. m.,   on   lirst,   second  and  fourth SiimlavK in the month.  RKV.   KATlir.lt   TIIAVIIK.   ,  SALVATION   AH.MV.  Meeting every night in their  Hall on  Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  JIci'ls every Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hull nlS o'clock  ViMting Knighls invited.  L. Jl. Buck. CO.     :    :    :    :    :    :  F.B. Ji. Luwis. K. or R. & S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  Regular meetings arc held in tht  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Fri-  .���������*.->���������-*, ,!llv of each month, at S -*.m. sharp,  us i'S"* Visiting brethren cordially Invilcil  WC_i������i TII03. STKED, W.M.  -   Naa*������ w. G. B1KNKY, Kcc.-Sce.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Ilovn.1 Si'hnol of Minos, London.    Seven  year.-  at 'Morfa   Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Chiel  t.'hcini.si ,lo Wigan Coal aud  Iron Co.,   Kng.  Late Chemist p.nd Assayer, Hall Minos, Ltd.  Claims examined and reporled upon.  [Ferguson. B.C.  w������3w*..*f  ���������Sgk  r^^n Mi."  Red Kose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each mouth; White Rose Decree  meets third Tuesday ofeach quarter,inOddfel-  'lows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  WM." WATSON,       -       HV. EDWARDS,  .  l'cesidcnt. Secretary.  H. EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  ���������DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  ** Furs Cleaned and Pe*aireil.  JUST EAST OF  PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH,  Third Stroct.   '  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "0 K." Mineral Claim, situate in the  Revelstoke Mining Division of West Kootenay  District:  Where located:���������In Ground Hog Basin, on,  McCulIoujjh CrceK.  AKE NOTICE that I, Charles I'.T.lnclmiirk  ltevelsioke, I'ree J.llner'a Ccitilicatc Xo. II  , (lull, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  '- apply to tlie Mining Recorder for xi Cerilli-  le  of   Improvements,   for    the  purpose  of  -j- lalning-a crown Graiit-ol-the-auuvu-uliuin.  A-.nl fnrlhor take notice that action under  Section 117. must be commenced before tho  issuance of .suehCerlllleute of Improvements.  Haled li.i.s Sth day of August, A.D��������� 1001.  Aug 172111 CHAS. V. 1.INDMAI1IC.  C erlificale  of Imp rovements  3STOTIOE.  Hold Illll Mineral Claim, situate in the  lli'velslnke Mining I ivislun ol Koolenny 1)1**-  trii-i..   ,  Where Located: In flround Hog Uiisin. on  McCullongh Creel*.  TAKE NOTICE (ha! I, C. II. Hume, Free  Miner's Cerlilicale Nn. II. I'/SiW, intend, sixty  davs from the dale hereof, to npplv to the  Mining ltcc-nrili-r for ai'i'i lillcntc of Improve-  ment.s, for 1 he pui*|*,ose ol obtaining 11 Crown  Cram of tlie above claim.  And further take nolicc thai action, under  Section :17, 111 list be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilicnienf   Improvements.  Dated this-HIT day of .Si-Member, 1IKH.  Oct. 11���������tf  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The choice land north of track,  between Tapping's nnd Long's, uilt  be subdivided for tale as soon as  possible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  I'. O. Bos, -I'i'i.  New Schedule Required.  The Revelstoke correspondent of ihe  Railroad Telegrapher for Oct. says :  "A general desire for anew, schedule  wns strongly manifested everywhere,  and . iL_ is . due   time- that  one -was..  H  ['  fi'  #  Tin* following article  from  the  Cal-.  gary Herald will be appreciated by .Mr  tlavin's   iiiiiiioroii?    friends    and    ;ic-  qiiaintiint'ii.s in Hevelsloke.'  "Nicholas Flood Davin is dead ���������  killed by his own hand; what a pathos,  what a.life wreck, what a tragedy.,  dwell in these words. Divin dead.  The news ll.-i-.hcd from point to point  of the great territory where for nearly  a ipiai lev of a century he had heen llie.  most conspicuous limine. It struck  men like a shock and people who never  saw him hurried to hear the news.  J lis life was dramatic, the closing act  a tragedy dire and dreadful.  Mr. Davin was always so full of  energy and life and enthusiasm that  people who knew him cannot think of  him as dead.  His life was inseparably hound up in  the West and he himself used   to   say  with that vanity, we of commoner clay  would sometimes cavil at,   but   which  was born of   the   knowledge   of   trim  purpose, "the history of the West can  never be written without being closely  associated with my name."'    He was u  vory aggressive man and   so   had   his  enemies.    Hut even they admired him,  for he had that   imprint���������that   linger  touch of ,1 god���������which men call genius.  His aims were pure: of lhat iiond   who  knew him could doubt.    His reasoning  at times seemed peculiar but  once   ho  arrived at a conclusion he  acted   upon  it with a singleness   of   heart   and   a.  certainty of rectitude that   was   with  out (iiiestion.    As  an   orator   lie   was  without   peer   iu   all   the   Dominion.  Liberals declared that  he   shared   the  palm with.Laurier.    Others who   weie  without party   prejudice  declared   he  excelled   him.     Only     recently      the  literary head   of   a   grent   publishing  house told the writer  that  Mr.   Davin  was the foremost lilerateur of Canada.  He was the friend of men like D'Arcy  Magee and John A. Macdonald.    Time    -  and  again   he   showed   thnt   he   was  actuated   by   no    base    ambition   by-  placing himself at  variance   with   his  party.      Once   it   is   well    known   he  sacrificed his chances  of cabinet  position by taking what he considered the  right course.  01 late disappointments had multiplier! around him. His defeat at thc  last elecliun was to his mind base  ingratitude. U is well known he was  a poor man and that in a time when  money flowed towards politicians .who -  were base enough to reach for it.  His mind was peculiarly constituted  and there is little doubt_ that his ,  recent defeat, preyed upon his "uiind  and pavfd ^ the . way to a last sad  tragedy, lie had his faults, who has  not, but he had many line qualities.  As.he himself would say: "Non omnis  moriar"'���������I shall not altogether die���������  and his name shall yet live in the  West.  In the presence of death friend and ,  foe alike will unite in dropping a  tribute on the bier of a man who  possessed the elements of greatness.  The drendfulncss of his death is, only  transcended by the unspet-tkable pity  of it." ,   *    .  ������������������una*������ ������mw.'CTg������aiij*u*wnaiTW*^**M  negotiated. The remarkable development along the western lines of this  company require that a new schedtili;  should be presorted and a radical  departure in tho rate of payalt-o. The  present rates of pity are altogether too  low, and compare very uiifavpi-ably  with Monie recent schedules' oil "Western railways in the United .SUiu*.?.  Shorter hours should also he a***ki*d  for. The amount of Sunday dtity  required of operators should lie reduced or paid for. .Section men only  work tun houi*s per day and are paid  for Sunday work. I hope the General  Chairman will take the initiative  towards preparing a new .schedule. A  more favorable period than next spr'ng  cannot be imagined. A circular calling for suggestions to he inserted in .1  new schedule should be isMied. This  may seem rather early to commence,  hut,drafting a new schedule is a slow  process and requires much time tii  accomplish. The new .schedule should  cover tin: whole System and be presented simultancouslv.''  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU.  Ttuniiing between Arrowhead. Thomson's  Lauding and Comaplix, commencing October  11th, 1901, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix twiceclRily���������10k. and 15k.  Leaving Comaplix and 'liomson's Landing  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:15k and 12:45k  Making close connections with all C. P. K.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reserve the right to change times  of bailings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  Wanted i immediately 'a Cook anil Waiter  Wages tHO and $25 respecti-vclv. Applv JI. M  lUTCUANAX, Pendrngou Hotel, Camborne', octst  Job printing is the Herat.]]'*-;  specialty. The hest equipped office  and most experienced workmen in the  district. Stock tiie best. Office  stationery the best.  ���������The .store and dwelling at present  occupied hy John E. "Wood for sale or  rent. '  ���������A unique selection of centre  tables. Let ns sell you one. Kevelstoke Furniture Co.  ���������A splendid line of upholstered  goods. Call and see them. Revelstoke Furniture Co.  ���������Bring your pictures along and let  us frame them for you. A fine line  of original moulding to select from.  Revelstoke Furniture Co. ^"j'|i''^|4*^i^^-^i^*^'^'*^'-^'^4*rt*^rt'^fi*^^^Tt*^  *  **  i  fr  ���������*  **  ���������H  fr  +  fr  fr  fr  *  fr  fr  ������  fr  fr  fr  CHINA  and a Lit of Beautiful dishes  " JAPANESE," have just  been opened up at  CanadaDrug & Book Co  REV ELSTOKE.  Japaeese Napkins always in  stocU���������V55C. per liundred.  % ***********.************  BORN.  Donelly���������On Oct. 13l,h,  .Mrs. II. Donelly a son.  Samson-Oii Oct.. 19t.li, to Mv.  Mrs. .}'{.. Samson a daughter.  ICutKi'A'i'iticK-���������At HevelstoUe on  2.ini Ocl., to Mr.' and Mrs.  Kirkpalrick a son.  MARRIED  KiNu���������\Vof)i)Li*:v���������On Thursday, the  17th inst.,in the Presbyterian church  Golden, by the Rev. Mr. McLean.  Thos. King, of the post ollici* staff;  to Minnie, fifth daughter of the late  Geo. Wocdley.  HtiXTKK��������� Hui.LKAiJ���������At the residence  or the bride's father, Kamloops. on  21st inst... by Rev. Father* Michel,  Joseph Hunter, O. P. R. engineer,  l.n Sadie, third daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Ijellcnu.  Notes of News.  .lohn. Sanderson is on a visit to  Ferguson.  Hugh Macplipison of Trout Lake is  in town today.  ���������Fresh cakes, buns, etc., at Lander's  bakery.  J. Sweeney left town for the. nig  Mend on Tuesday.  ���������A big assortment of furs at Reid  Ar Young's.  Sam McMahon left yesterday morning on a trip to Palliser.  .1 Soards and XX7. Howard left this  morning to return to the Big Rend.  Miss Ladner returned from Kamloops Monday morning.  ���������See our line of shirts at 00c. regular $1.50 goods.    Reid & Young.  3. Leamy, crown timber inspector  from New'Westminster was in town  yesterday.  ���������Just opened at R������id & Young's  children's toques and tains.  JLrs. B. M. Corley and Mrs. Thos.  Corley arrived from the east together  cm Saturday's train.  J. M. Scott and Mrs. Scott left on  Saturday* on a trip to Banft'. Mr.  Scott returned last night.  ���������New hemstitched sateen blouses  just opened at Reid & Young's.  Mrs. 3. Lyons has returned from her  trip to her home in Dominion City,  Man.  3. V. Perks has returned to town for  the meeting of his creditors, which  takes place on Saturday.  Tlio*. Maloney, who has been on a  visit to town for the past, few weeks,  left for the Big Bend again yesterday.  ���������A full line of men's, women's and  children's boots and shoes. All new-  goods at Reid & Youug's.  Wing Chung is putting up an addition to his store on Front St., which  will about double the capacity of the  building.  ���������Everything in  the furniture   line.  ;: Revelstoke Furniture Co.  Tomorrow from 3 to 5 p. m.  at  Mrs.  Lindmark's residence the Busy Beesof  the Methodist church will  be   holding  *-*h ten   cent   tea* and   sale of chiidrens'  clothing and other useful articles.  ���������A fine line of Stamped-Linens, and  Belding Silks at Mrs. Guerin's, Front  street.  The Orangemen in town intend holding a memorial service on account of  the death of Bro. Hon. N. Clarke  Wallace in their lodgeroom, I. O. O. F.  Hull, at il:'30 p.m. on the first Sunday  iiiiNovember.  ���������A nice assortment of pictures.  Oome and pick one out. and let us  frame it for you. Rtivelstoke Furniture Co.  _. _L. Schnider, formerly_p__iS~elsoi)._lias.  purchased the hoot and shoe business  from D. Jenkins. Mr. Sehnider's shop  is directly opposite the Hekald  ollice, where he solicits orders ih, his  line from the/public.  Mrs. Gordon Grunt. President of thc  Provincial W. O. T. U., will hold a  mass meeting in llu* Methodist church  al S p. ni. tomorrow, Thursday evening, in the interests ot XX'. C. T. U.  work in this province. ���������   ���������  ���������-A fine line of bedroom soils. Slur-  elstoke Furniture Co.  Ida May, on������ of lhe little daughters  of J. H. Robinson of the "Queen'!*. Hotel,  while at play last night broke both of  the bones of the left torcarm. The  broken limb was at once attended to  and the little patient is doing nicely.  Mining Recorder Scott and the  other witnesses from Nakusp in the  ���������Sangolla idioooting case .worn all  passengers on the train, Which came  up from the south .yesterday and  went, nn tci Kamloops by thn No I to  be present at the trial, which comes  off loday.  ���������Youth's, boys and children's suits,  overcoats and reefers a big range and  cheap at Reid A: Young's.  Dr. McLean is moving his otlice up  to his house today and will be found  '-"there during otlice hours in future.  He is putting in telephone conned inn.  lie intends to give a contract f������r lhe  erection of two rooms for an 'ollice or.  the Third St. side of his residence and  the work will be done this winter.  ,T. A. Dnrrngh, manager of the Wide  West property at the head of Pool  creek. Oh miles up from Cum borne,  which belongs lo a Lima, Ohio,  syndicate, including some prominent  railway men, was in town Monday.  Tom Best of lht Silver Dollar, an adjoining property to the Beatrice was  into the Hkkalii oflice with hirn.  The annual harvest festival of St.  Peters's church was held last Sunday.  The sei vices were very heartily entered into hy good congregations hoth  morning und evening. The usual  severely plain aspect of the building  was altered considerably for the  occasion by a lavish display of the  fruits ofthe earth.  ALL SORT  All sorts and conditions .of  men require all sorts and  conditions of medicine. We  have the very best for each  man's need. The weather  necessitates attention to the  health, and many simple  remedies there are which wc  can give you, saving- you,  perhaps, a severe illness.  G. F. CURTIS,  The Druggist.  TAYLOK BLOCK,        -      - McKenzie Ave  1  1  1  <H  #  (fl  (Hi)  cm  w  Good House of Five Kooms ninl Lot  (speciallv khoiI term*,) on    <3S"J> Kfl  Second Street, lui.il of Miiekenzic Ave.m*      '*'��������� ���������*������*  Now House ol Kltfht llooins nml Two i.ots on   Tlilnl Street,  Kii-t nf Mackenzie Avenue....,   $1, 300  Illl  m  w  :*l**m?^  Good House and Lot (i'i x ISO), Hathroom,   Kloclrit; T.Iftlil, <41   fZnft  lite, on First Street, lieurMaelcenzic.Avenue............ w ' ,v������W  Eight-Roomed House. Stone 1'niihilations and Two Lois, on -_���������������������������   f^fsfj)  Second Street, neur -Vew I'ostolliee���������Isooil speculation).... ������*������ ' J'*"**'*'  A Good Farm neur Salmon Ann Station.-vcry cheap.  The  Smelter  Townsite  Is without question the very   best portion of  Kevelstoke Citv.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  A repair shop is to be erected iu  Eholt in the Boundary hv the C.  P. R.  J. G. Sullivan, 0. P. R. engineer in  charge of the Lardeau branch is in  town today.  Patrick Husscy, an old f imi. G.T. R.  engineer, was killed in an accident  while running a train in Arizona.  The C. P. Si. round 'house at, Nelson  is being enlarged by the addition of  two stalls. J'.-irt of lhu roundhouse  will he used as a small repair shop,  Conductoi Dan Stnrralt of tin* New  ���������Westminster" branch of the 0. P. It.  has resumed his duties alter an enjoyable holiday.  Gen. Supt. Marpole came iu from  the coast, on Tuesday morning and  went south. . Supt. Kilpatrick accompanied him part of the way.  While working in the G. N. R yards  at Spokane early Fiiday inoriiing Geo.  Triplett, brakeman, fell .-ind the car  wheels passed over his left foot,  crushing it.  Thirty yardmen and trackmen on  Gape Breton division of the Inter  colonial railway, went on .-u-iUt* at  Sydney last Thursday inoriiing. :;They  were getting SI.i'i a dav. mid ask  SI .50.  H)  ���������HI  ror the lialan'ec.ol tliis year wc have  inade  inierestihs ,Trices;:on>T.ots  for  intending  Home Builders  or   Speculators..- Call   and -"satisfy.: yourself.  ' \Vi.:.Mcan what We Say. . -"���������'. ���������-���������.������������������'.'���������'���������.���������������������������"���������������������������'���������"���������'"  Real Estate, Insurance & Financial Agents, Revelstoke  There arc indications that the fiol-  den-Windei'tnere U-legraph line will  soon be ready for bu.-ine.������������������. as Jfr. V.  Ir. Dunn, late night operator of the C.  P. T{.. has been appointed to takc-  charge of the up country tii-kc.-r. say.*--  thc Kra.  The new bridge across the Onlumbin  river al Rohson. which is being erected by the Dominion .Bridge (.-'������������������mpaiiy  under the supervision of theii* tii.in-  ager. .Tits. Findlay, will he i-nn.pletecl  hy the Mist of the; neiv year.  I'.nginr-rr B. Goddat-il left on Saturday for Kamluops and will go on Uu*  run from that point.' in here." Mrs.  Goddiird and family left last nii^ht to  join Mr. Godd.ud in Kiiiiiloopi, where  they will iu future te.side.  Thursday- night rhiikeinan Cole uf  Calgary met wilh a nastv acc-ident.  He was running along thc tup of a  freight car when he missed his looting  and fell on liis back on the ground.  He was removed to the ho-piial and is  now doing fairly well.  General Superintendent. Thoniai  Williams, of the. '{.. P. if.. I.ak-  Superior division, with hr*adi|uar*<*i--  at Nortli Buy, was tendered a l>*uir*uet,  in London by bis old employes of (he  Toronto-Windsor division. Superintendents Alfred Price and F.l'. Brady  were present If) represent Toronto.  ������ BABY'S   OWN (������)  ������H SYRUP 1  , si*Kci.w.i.v foii oiirrjiitK.s-      *������������)  Willis Armstrong's engine (ii(>, came  out of lhe * shops JVInnday afternoon,  after undergoing a thorough overhauling. After a trial run as far as  (jriflln lake, Mr. Armstrong took her  hack to Rogers Pass.  Weldon G. and Mrs. Annable of  Montreal are ih Vancouver spending  their honeymoon. Mr. Annable holds  a responsible position in the head  office of tho U. P. R. at Montreal, and  has charge of thealloting of space on  the Pacific and Atlantic steamers controlled by the big company,  Roiidiniistei' Shanks of lhe Canadian  Northern Railway, left Winnipeg last  Thursday afternoon with a gang of  seel ion men. who will be plaei*d along  the St. Charles extension.. The road  is almost complete and the men will  start gelling their sections mi first,  class shape preparatory to the opening  of the toad.  Conductor Clingmaii, of the C. P. Si.  was brought into Winnipeg on Thursday last suffering from the results of a  most painful accident which lie received near Birds Hill. He was in  charge of a work train and was looking to- the switching of some cars;  when in some way, his foot slipped  and was caught under the wheels  being badly crushed.  13. -S. Jenkins, the new general  superintendent of the 0. P. R. Telegraph coinpanv, .Jas. Wilson Supt. at  Vancouver, who has recently returned  from Southern California and H. Mc-  Intyre. inspector of lines south of  Revelstoke are inspecting the chief  offices of the company in- the lower  country- this week.  ���������The-G.iiindiaii���������Northern Rsii 1 wlfy"  Couipmy will put into use in Manitoba district a track-laying machine  which will put down one mile of steel  rail.*: per hour. The experiment was  an expensive one, bur. Iho company  believes it is a success. The machine  which has been invented and carefully  improved, tested and remodelled, is  lhu work of Hugh Mann, the well  known conlractcu*. This machine,  which cost about $-1.000. was built in)  the I}. >". R. shops at Winnipeg, and  is considered by railroad men a.s one of  the gieat at hie-renients of the age. It  is expected lo do llu* work of }(K) men.  A largi* jiiimber of I lali.-m workmen  are at work on the C. T. I!. near  Pick'-ring. J-t������t week several officials of the company went there where  tin* men are working, the train on  which they unveiled being switched.  It appear*.- that the workmen had  some dispute Willi the company about,  wages, ;incl when thc officials wanted  to return thi*v found the rails had  been taken up in front of the train.  The-ie were not icplaced either until  the workmen had obtained an as������ur-j  .nice that their demands regarding  pay should h������ complied with.  C0RP0RATJ0N   OF THE   CITY  OF REVELSTOKE.  BYLAW KO.7 "   A Bylaw to   Raise  the Sum of $4,000  for Street Purposes and Sidewalks.  New Flannel Blouses  There'-* a gathering here of smalt  A nc rican made flannel blouses such * a  y.u'il nut ejeppet Ic: find ontsidH Tn-  ioiiIo or Montreal. There's every new  sh.ulc* als very templing v-tyles, altogether ils the' most. atlrnctivK co-llet:-  tioas of dressy liloufe** ever shown in  Revelsloke.   "Reid <*i"V:'ouag.  EASY TO TAKK.  Affor'ls   marvellous   unci   prompt  relief.  Try a Bottle for 25c.  W. Bews.    Phm. B.  BROWN BLOCK.  TEL. IS.  L Schnidcr..  Snct'������s������iir lo I). Jenkins.  Miinnfiictiirer-c of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing: of Boots, Shoos  and Harness, a Specialty.  OPPOSITE  HERALD   OFFICE.  .;,"\VHEREAS.it'���������'is': deeinocl expedient, to im-  provc certain streets in the Cily of Kevelstoke  liy grading,'gravelIIiik'mnl ditcliinj* Uie siune  nnd toconstnictsidewiillts in and along certain  of the streets of thesaid Citv;.-,;'*:;:*.vv  ���������������������������'���������'. AKDhviIKREAS it Is cxpcciicnt to -borrow.*  the: sum, of.-lTonr.* 'l'luinsand Uolliirs :-for;, the  .purposes:nforesaicl; '.'.*..   "i'Lyy ���������-L.L-L:.;;  - ANDiWllKREAS the whole iiinohnt of ratc-  ���������nlile real property of the snid City, accord in*-;  to the- las L* revised 'assessment: roll- is Six  JI nuclrcd : ninl.:. FiI'ty-Tliree 'Thoiisiind ; Two  .'Hiiiidrccl iind Seventy-One Dollars-,?: ���������:-  -AND : lVHEREAS.it will lie rcq nisi te to-'raise  .annually ljy special rate snllicicnt.therefor lhc  Slim of Three Hundred nnd Nino -Hollars and  Seventy Cents for paying, the said debt and  aiucresC:tliercon;   ''y..yy y-'t ":L ::yLL'L-:L'  '���������; XOW,"T1IEUEFORE, tlie;Jfiinic.ipal ���������Oounei!.  ���������ot the7Corporation of the City Xof; Itcvelstokc  -enacts as lollou-s :���������'��������� ^ryy'Lyyy-yyyyy-y-yyyLy':  , ].���������Itsliiill be lawful for the Mnyor'-'of the'  Corporation of the City, of Kevelstoke to; bor-;:.  Tow upon tlie creditor the said; Corporation  ity ': way: * of ; .-.ilebentures^'*:; hereinafter.  !3iien tioned froni any person,':: persons', 'llrmi  body or. bod ies. corporate, who; lniiy-be willinji.  to atlviince the same asa lonii, ttsun'i of iHCiiiey-  jiot.cxcocdinirJnitlici-w.li.o.le^tlie^suinjcif^l'-onr-  rT]iousaud-IlciIlarsancl to' eaune ..all 7sueh.sums  soriiised or receiveil to be 7iaid,7.iuto: the.  bands of the Treasurer of the Corporation-for.  the purposes and with tUe objects: berelu-  ��������� liefore recited. : 7.; , -:y::'-:L-Ly'/,'LL'r-yy:....y'y.  2.���������It shall; be lawful for tlie-Mayor of'the'  said :Corporation*- lo cause.: any number.; of  debentures to'be.maile, exccuied and.: issued -  i'or such sum or sums as -may be .required! for:  the purpose and object al'oresr.id,: not exceed-:  ��������� ing, however, the sum of.-. Four. Thousand  rjlollarsi each of the dcljenlurcs - being ol llui  ��������� clenomlinitionof OneTliotisahcl Diillar.s.ond all  such Debenlures slniII be sealed with the Seal  of the Corporation: and signedvby. the ..Mayor,  .[hereof,'. ���������' !-'"-'7 '! '"���������''.'-;.:.:'������������������.-  ."..���������Tlie said debentures shall' bear7 tlic7ilate.  ol'15th November, A.' D.', 1901, unci shiill lie  made payable, in. Twenty-rive years from lhe  said date In lawful lnoney! of i annila.* at* the  , .ollice of I lie ^lolsons llu ilk,* in .itevclstoke afore-  cSHid, whicli said -place of payment-shall,.be  I designated by said deben tu res and shall, have  iittnclied to them coupons for the- pay 111 ent. of  InlL-rcst-i and lhe signature ,to the!- Interest  coupons may -bo.'- either wrltleii,. printed  starn pod or lithographed;  ���������I.���������Thc said debentures shall ljttiirlnteresi.nl  flve per centum per annum from, the dale  thereof. M-Jilch interestshall be payable semi-,  auniittllyat the ollice of the .Molsons Ilnnk, in  Kevelstoke, aforesaid, Iii lawful money pl-  Caniida, on tin: l.jtb clay of May and the b'th  day of Noveiuber respectively in each and.  every vear during the currency thereof, and Ft'  whalf lie i-xprci-sed iii snid7 debenturcis' and  coujions to be so payable.  .  ii.--ll shall bo lawful .for the .Mayor of the  said (jorporalidn to negotiate and sell the said  deben lures, or any ol ilieni, lor Icsm than par;:  an.l iu no eiixe shall the said debentures.'or  any of them, be negotiated or sold for less 1 hint  ���������ninety-five per'centum of their value, Including llie cOHt of negotiating and sale, brokerage,  and all other necessary expenses.  B.~-Tliere shall be ralHCc] and levied iii each  year during tlie currency ol said debentures  the sum 01'I'wo,11 unci red 1101 la rs fiir tlie pa v-  'menl'oi interest and One Hundred .'imil.-'Niiio,  pollars and Sevuiity-I'ive Cents for imymentol  the oiiIcl debt under the said debentures by 11  special rate sulllcleiit tliurufar on ail the' rate-,  able real property In tficsaid .Municipality.       ]  ".��������� It Mhull he lawful for the snid Municipal  Council to repurchase any oi said -debentures  upon such terms as miiy be agreed upon-with  tbtj legal holder or holders thereof, either at  the llmecif salcorai any subsequent time or  tlmeK, and all debentures so repurchased shall  forthwith be cancelled and dcsiroved, and no  reissue of the debentures shall be iniule Iii  coriHcqucneo of such repurchase.  8.���������This Hylaw shail take effect on the I5tlt  day of November, A. IJ.. 1001.  Read a lirst tiroe.JStli October, 1901.  Read a second time,-isth October, 1W11.  Read a third timo and passed, 18th October  ino'i.       ',. --. ,'���������':-'��������� ;.-���������'."'.���������  Received the assent ol the Electors..."      .   .........ITOl.  Keeonsldcred iind linally passed nncl adopted  by tlieCounell ��������� .....1901.  CITY Cr.BUK. *.-'��������� MAYOR.  arA-ltriL.OSj   &c   GU30^,G-E,   Mackenzie Ave.  |reat Chances of Fine Bargains!  ^ight gi ad am I io see !  ^vera'.ls and  Jumper,*,  ^iniing Clie:ip  lo me.  ^specially pleased io get  Reasonable Prices  jn Clothing, Hits, Boots and Shoes,  Everything that nice is.  ^o sh.ill we enrhavor to hold <mr present cus-  *^ to.rurs and g-t m-ire by keeping in stock the  finest and newest lines of Dress Goods, Union  Made Boots and Shoes. Carnets, Inlaid Linoleum,  Floor Clolh, Ilati and Cap������, Curtains ; everything  in the Furnishing Lines.  (ip) ^-A-^LOR   &c   C3-3I30I*La-E,   Mackenzie Ave.  Wake Up  AM)  SRI*: Tlii'; BAlSflATXS Ar.  GUY  BAItUKR'S  LV  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1344 Rodgfers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  I JOHN D. SIBBALD,  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  -A-OEIsTT   JTOJ3,  \P: IV]*.. 'I'OWNPITK  "! MARA TO WNS IT I*:.  AAAAA^^rM^:^^^  ' Pliy AlVn AT^CaiiadaPerniaueiit &.\Vestcirn : 7  7  '���������������������������!'--.::OnAliLlAL-r:.,*,-*9aMH,lll'il,,r'-K*'8*jrC0',i,',>i'i������ioii.  .LL'L ,77*' ������������������-: -'   :-i(:1������lllilal'1e-'aviiit;si,oau and llui hi i  TlV'SiTIlt. ANPP'-I* ;7,^''P0*;i'*1 <\'re- 7   fiu'irdlaii'inre.S^aiercantlle-Fire^  111 vj U l\/in LE'  ! ������������������(���������:������������������;���������, C'Miiidmn. l.'.rc. * * Caledonian Kire.     :  ���������:���������������������������������������������; ;.* 7* ���������;.*, .:���������:;������������������-.. Confederatiau Life. .��������������������������� Atlas l*'ire.'. ��������� !. ..!; ���������  tlliijf Assbeiatloiu,  GOAL FOR SALR.  JlOUaRS FOR KALI? AND HUNT.  ^AdJres^j^evelstoke Station.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr,  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  >i-  >f  ya<   *=^ ^=^ xss.  m]v   X3IE   PBBPECT   DRESS  Many   men   have    man)  minds in thc matter of dress  ���������but thc 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 the garments we  make.  Our stock is the largest  and best assorted in the city.  ^Your.PationngeSoncited   j".   b.    CZRESSIMI^IN- ,  y m        .    ihe Art Tailor,   Mackenzie Ave.'  XV E ARR OPKNIN'O UP OUR SHCOND UAR ! Inn, flavor  ���������two we shall luivc ovi'i-ything in line, when we shall lie pluasctl to  sou vou. Oui' goods have all heen nnulis to our order. They are not.  old warehouse worn j.oods that aro shipped out here and palmed oil'  as now���������Llu- wime as many fronds thnt come out here, nnd sold ut  millionaire prices.    WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT ISSUE I  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE    CO'Y.  tlie Kleelors of the Municipality, will lie ��������� taken*  at Fire llull !Np.''������I Second SI reel;'- Kevelstoke !  onTliiirsdny, the, Hist' OetoiieiV'.iioi,, -lieUvpen  the hour's of S .ii'clocic:*iii the 7forciiooii;aiid!/.'l  o'clock7 in lhe. aflernoon. ;;;::7.i H,'!!!;';.!'yLys^yi-'L  77;;-y.77:y7'-y:x 7;:..'yycviv-.ciiiiiiky:  Lauder's Bakery  l.'oi' evcrytliiiiB Vresh and Xew  I'll HIT .flAKI!        MAI)i:iltA'.CAKE'  SI'ONOK CAICK     SCOTCH CAKU.  I.AI1Y ,'KINflKHS    MACCAKOONH  CURlt'ANT HUNS PliS'NUK UOI.I.S  PUI'I*' 1'ASTI-tV      I'lliS.  TA ItTI.HTH.      ...'   HUSKS for infants  TAKK NOTICK that thc al*m. IS tt true copy I  to the jiroposcd Hylaw upon ������ hid, ,)le votc, of |  1  OUR SPECIALTY:     DECORATED CAKE8.  I'roiitpl delivery to anv partof town  LAUDER'S BAKERY,     g  10 CARPENTERS!!  Revelstoke  Studio....  Is now open for business.'  MONDAY,    WEDNESDAY   AND  SATURDAY,  Hours:  10 a.m. io 2 p.m.  Ladies requiring portraits taken  of themselves or their children  are requested not to -wear white  dresses or have much white  materia! round the neck.  Come and sec my local views,  cloud effects, telephoto views'  pictures,o[ the moon, etc..  Thunderstorms and blizzards  will be added as opportunity  occurs. ' ���������  Wright Porritt  '.itl-i'i  SAWS   FILED!!  15 Years Experience.  WRIdHT PORRITT  OLD OPERA HOUSE.  1 SlflLLINf rt:.  ������5t  is now being shown in  our new store, Law-  son's old stand . . . .  Millinery, Stamped Linen,  Cushion Tops, Barnard &  Armstrong's Siiks.  Misses-  Skppard and Bell  .-ivAas..,,  ������������������������������������! ffl  "*���������?*������'���������"��������� !4.V ���������'- ,  *.<fcrMl*lW������Hi, i+u* jj  V  iu


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