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Array /?  //'''t-?ll Hi Cf.u-i'    A.( y^'tii-v '  Vol    V.  No S6  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY,. OGT-OBE-R 2, 1901  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  W*4^V������^r������V������a"<*������"������^^V������"<dr������'44'4>S''*CVM  Tlit; largest and most complete  stock in  Kootonay.  THE MALTESE BRAND. Hip  and ICiR'i: Hoots, also Laced and  1 and 2 litii-kk* Lumbermen's  Sung Pi-oof Boots. These particular lines of Bobber Goods  all! gtt-ii-anlceil liy us.  Ladies". Gout's and Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  and  A large importation and a complete assortment of SLATER'S  famous Boots and Shoes, King's  and Bell's Boots and Shoes,  Weston's Youths' and Children's Boots and Shoes. Tho  above .-ire the very best boot  and Shoe manufacturers in  Canada and the goods are  warranted thc best on the  market.  meeting  CARjPETS,  RUGS.  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECIAL REDUCTION- for  this month in CARPETS ANC RUCS  ���������Beautiful  selections���������choice  Patterns.  -   The Linoleums are'directly imported   and  are    first-class   in  -every respect.'.  7.J.-.&L- ���������'  Flanneland  Flannelettes  Our stock of Flannel and Flan-  nellettes for this Fall were thc  Best ever put on the market  here and met with a ready sale.  Blankets  and Quilts  AVe have jiwt received a new  line of tin* above articles and  placed them for sale. Special  Bargains in WHITE-WOOL  Blankets.  Linen  Gkrods  ,f  XX'e are showing a splendid line  "of Table  Cloths���������bleached  1111-  ,   bleached,   colored.   Towellings,  Pillow   Casings.  Sheetings���������all   ^-^\\ idtliS. -   -'-.---vj-  ---   -    - -���������:-���������*- _:  -esii  Gloves 4!!  Just received an assorted shipment* of Ladies' Kid Gloves  imported from Frace.  A Gompiete Line  of Groceries  As usual, our stock of Groceries  ard the very best obtainable in  the markets of the world. Every  article Fresh. Purchased in  i carload lots regularly every  month.  Gent's  Furnishings  Our lines in this Department  are most.* complete and we  carry a carefully selected stock.  They include the Latest Styles  in Hats���������hard and soft���������Shirts  White and Colored, Collars,  Cuffs, Underwear, Imported  Goods, Hosiery, etc., and we  specially call yonr attention to  our Imported Underclothing.  TIES.  We are showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Tics.  C.B.HUME&C0.  Agents for Giant Powder Co  and Bennett Fuse.  Another Lengthy ancl Fruitless  Discussion Over the Fire Protection Question.���������The Question Bobbed Up Under Every  Conceivable Order of Business  ���������No Conclusion Arrived At.  The city council met last night as  tibial, present the Mayor. Aid. Nettle,  Abrahanison. lioiirno, .McCarty. MeLeod, Taylor.  t'OM.MU.N'K'ATIOXS  Chief Bain reported unimportant  flre in Lauder's bakery, Front St. on  Sunday.  KKI'OllTS Ol'' COrilMnTUKS  Aid. Bourne made a verbal report as  finance chairman saying that he considered tho resolution calling for a  report on the financial condition of the  council tti be out of order. lie refused to obtain any information on  the financial standing of the members  of the council.   *.  Aid. Abrahamson said tho city clerk  could give them the information required hy the resolution, which was  whether there was if sufficient amount  in the current revenue to do the  repairs to No 1 fireball.  Aid. Bourne said it was useless for  the finance committee to make further  reports. They had already reported  fully over and over again. Jt was  impossible to get members to attend  meetings of committees.  Aid. Taylor said he thought it was  a lot of tomniyrot talking about moving the No 2 fireball to the centre of  the town. He considered it was no  good looking into the cost of moving  it until the finance committee reported.  The Mayor said he wanted to hear  what the opinion of the council was  as to the fire protection system which  should he adopted. ' He believed in a  central Him hall with a team kept in it  and men paid to be on the spot.  AldrMcCarty said the "present fire  alarm system had given the best  satisfaction the first'year it was put  in. - But inexperienced men liad been  allowed-'to meddle with* it_*and- in.  consequence it now*, -required .*���������- a  thorough overhauling. The alarm  system was no use without water-and  he thought the question of water  supply was of most importance.  Aid. Abrahamson said the batteries  had never been in older for the past  two years because the pole line was  inadequate. The wires" sagged and  were cause of the false alarms, when  the batteries were in order, which was  not often. The system should be in  charge of some responsible person to  keen in constant order. The fire hall  question was more important than  the fire alarm system.  Aid. Nettle thought it would be'  good policy for the council to consult  the two fire brigades ou the q.iestion.  Messrs. C. M. Field, and A.McRae who  were present, were invited to speak.  Mr. McRae then gave a description of  the deplorable state of affairs at No. 1  station. The .ratepayers down there  hud come to the conclusion that unless  the council took the matter up tliey  would have lo take it into their own  bandit in sell protection. He urged a  central fire, brigade -.villi a good team  =nMiiir*������i-s-with-n���������paid���������driver���������and--a=  partly salaried chief to sleep in the  building. He said this-was the view  taken by No. 1 brigade.  Tbe Mayor thought that there was a  reasonable proposition in Aid. Abra-  hamson's hands to put the system in  shape and keep it that way.  The city, del k said the proposition  practically meant a new system and  read the proposal from the Revelstoke  Water, Light & Power Co., Ltd., published in our last issue.  Aid. Abi-'iha-iison, said the amount  asked by the company was only a  verv small proportion of what the  system had already cost.  Aid. McCarty said he thought it  would be cheaper to put in more poles  rather than pay a rental of 2.V. pei  pole for the use of the company'.-. As  to the wires, there were telephone tnd  telegraph wires iu the country, and he  dared say electric light, not 100 l'eet  from the fire hall, right in town, not  insulated.  Aid. McLeod said he thought thai the  system chiefly needed proper supei-  vision for the work to be done.  Aid. Bourne said the. system had  been a fake from the start. It was a  epiestion whether ic was then per t.o  hire a competent man to overhaul the  system and keep it in shape or to  accept the company's offer.  Aid. Taylor asked what was the  trouble with the fire alarm system.  Aid, McCaity said the batteries  required renewing. It would cost  about $1.50.  Aid. Bourne wanted to know why if  it only cost $1,50, it was not done.  Aid". McCarty explained that there  had been some mistake in ordering  the fresh supplies from Winnipeg, lie  had hired a line repairer to do the  work and did not know why it was  not done.  Moved by Aid. Taylor, seconded liy  Aid. McLeod, that a special committee  be appointed by his Worship to start  to put the system in shape tomorrow.  The Mayor said there would he more  poles put in.   He did not understand  llie motion. Was he to give the  chairman of each committee a turn at  it week about?  Aid. Taylor said all he wanted was  to lind out whether lhe system was of  any ir-eju* not hefoie discarding it.  Aid: McLeod said that lhat was his  idea in seconding the motion.  Aid. Bourne .-aid t hat t hey were just  diM'UM-iug cxaclly n hut they had dis-  cuss-eil ten mouths ago without any  result. The motion was a vote of  cen.-iiie nu the Fire, Water Sz Light  cniiiinitlee.  i'i:titions  Were presented asking for a sidewalk on lhe not lh side of host, street  .ind I wo sheet lights al Ihe >auie point  employes of the C P.\t. shops'.  For a -Licet lamp al the corner of  Douglas, and Charles street:., from W.  Ijirney.  Aid. McLeod saitl, on a dark winter's  night il was a bad walk from lhe shops  lo First, street. A couple of lights  would greatlv hcip men going to and  rro.  Tiie M'tvor I bought lights should be  placed thi'i i*.  The petit ions were teferreil to the  F._ XV. Si L, couniiil tee and the Cil.y  Clerk was instructed lo have the two  lights uxkud for on First street put  iu.  After this diversion the fire piotec-  tio*i discussion was renewed.  In answer to a question fiom Aid.  Nellie. Chief McUae --aid all the No. 1  asked for lhe winter was to have lhe  old Gold Hill building fixed S'ife so  lliat t.hev could keep Lhe hose reel and  chemical engine in it and a lower to  dry their host* and the fire alarm system pul m shape.  Moved that chairman of the P. W.  and the chief ^of No. 1 brigade  In- a committee to raise the old  Gold Hill building, put in sills and pul  I In* place in shape for l-lnj winter.  Aid. McLeod said it was going to  cost quite a sum to jiek the building  up.  Aid, Bourne pointed out that any  public works due from now on would  have to be done by bylaw or else tha  chairman of public works would be  personally responsible for it. If the  incoming council decided lhat the  work was unnecessary this council  might have lo dig for it.  Aid. Alirnhamson said that in that  case the whole discussion was useless  anil the ituuuil bad better .quit doing  business.  ,_.L'ter considerabii! more discussion  Aid. Abrahamson failed tii get. a  seconder to a motion "to move No.2 fire  hall lo a central portion of the. town.  Passing on lo the bending or  BYLAWS  Aid. Bourne said the only way, to raise  money to put the fire prutuclion of tbe  city in shape was to.p'it through a  bylaw to put No. 1 Hie hall i.i* shape  and purchase fresh equipment: -  3IOT10NS     .  Aid". Nettle said wilh great reluctance he -wished ', to bring up lhe  matter of the pnrc-h'at the opera house.  The.owner should cut it -oil'orexlend  ���������it-right; across the"side\valks5-Tiie*Tcity  clerk was authorized lo inslt ucleMr.  Tapping to lhe effect.  Aid. Nellie moved that for the  balance of the year the council m<*el  once a fortnight. ,      ' *  Aid. Abrahamson said that it would  lie more sensible to move that tliey  should not meet at all.  Council then adjourned.  Progress of Work on the Eva,  Oyster and Camborne Properties.���������A Five Thousand  Foot Tunnel on the Big Gold  Finch Lead Crossing Six  Claims.  Cajiiiorni*:, Nov. 1, -Work on llie  Kva properly is being vigorously  prosecuted wilh -iforce* nl from sixteen  to twenty men and renoils from the  mine continue to be ino-l favorable.  0:i llio Oyster group contracts have  been let by ihu Northwestern Development Syndicate I'or two l.'iU foot tunnels and uvti fifty fool sha fix.  On lhe Caniboriie group, which i.**:  located on a very genlle slope Mr.  Rosenberger has laid out woik which  will open np six out. of the nine claims  of which the group is made up. Stai l-  ing at the syndicate's mill silt: at lhe  foot cf lhe hill at a point where the  trail up Menhenick ci eel; cuts the big  lead of free milling quaitv. a tunnel is  to be run on Lhe lead across the Moi n-  ing Star, the lowesL claim, Centre  Star, livening Star, Red Fox, Walrus  and into the Gold Finch on the top.  It will take five thousand feel of  tunnelling, which will give when  completed 1030 feet of depth on the  Gold Finch. The* lead is traceable on  Lhe surface for the whole 5000 feet, and  the pioposed tunnel will be Lhe cheapest unci mosl expeditious means of  proving its permanency with depth.  Personal    Paragraphs   Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By, the'Herald   Man   on His  _ Daily Rounds.  James H. Schofield, C.P. R. agent at  Trail,'has returned with his' fatuily  frora.an extended visit lo Scotland.  ��������� The C. P. R. has let ii contract to  builda freight.hnuse.and.nffiee, -SO by  CD.feet.'oifthe lake-shore ntl'roiil Lake  Vf-i! ~ ���������*-!*7"���������'***S*������-**sv-r.���������'���������--������������������     .-  .-*-- *    ' -  City.-  ���������'..-.'<  Mr, Tait told the Province that next  year thc Imperial LimiLed will be run  ti'- veekly and Lhe regular through  train daily. *        -  -"-  B. S, Jenkins, general supet intend  of C. P. K. telegraphs has finished  liis  inspection of Iho ollices  in   B.C.   and  returned east.  Thos. Gillespie, bridge foreman,  c.iine down irom Donald on Thursday  and went west to Salmon Arm and  Kamloops lor a few days.  Work on the "cut oil" at Field has  been greatly retarded owing to the  lack of men and there is no piospect  of its being finished till spring.  Thos, Tail, manager of transportation wilh Major Cockbuin V, C. his  In olher in law and a party of railway  ollicials and friends, came up from (he  soulh on Wednesday and went west in  the private car Eurnselilfe.  A fatal accident occurred on the C.  lJ. R. on Tuesday near Winnipeg.  Mrakeinan A. Camming, aged 20, fell  from a freight train at Forest station,  and was badly in ingled, lo cars pa-sing  over bis body. Deceased belonged lo  Winnipeg. A young seccion man  named Fied. .Icy, agetl lil. was .struck  by the we-Uhound express while riding  a track velocipede near Whilemoulb.  He wa.i thrown on his head and died  on llie train while being taken to Winnipeg.  \\\ R. Baker, assistant lo the  general manager of the 0. P. R., has  retiirne-.l Lo his^ duties after having  looked after the -jomfoit of the royal  parly on lhe royal train. It was at  the special request of the Duke thai  Mr. Baker continued with, the train  until Halifax was reached. All the  English correspondents speak in the  highest leims of the perfection of 'all  the arrangements and this was due in  great, measure to the thought and  ell'orl of Mr. Baker.���������Montreal Witness.  Gus Creelman. the well known Rossland eontraclor, has received ' an  iinpiirl.int contract in connection with  the new branch of the Canadian Pacific  now being constructed from Lardeau  lo Selkirk at the foot of Trout lake.  He will build the station at Lardo, the  roundhouse, freight shed, tank and  section house, in addition to constructing such buildings, as are necessary at  Selkirk. Mr. Creelman has a crew of  carpenters at Lardo and is getting  along rapidly with" the buildings under  way.  'Al Crewe in England where some  50 miles of shunting ..sidings'have  lately been put down for. exchanging  wagons to all parts of the system, the  wbole'of the signaling and the points  are._wprked_c������.le_clrically_. and^when Llie  "passenger station is completed theie  will noi be a single wire or point-rod  to be seen on the ground. It is'over  two years since the first main line  junction was opened at Crewe with the  motor worked facing points, and np  to the present? it has given entire  satisfaction, 'and ��������� Intel .caused fewer  delays in the traffic than any other  system.���������Eugineeting.  BS)������^3*I)������������e^^  SH   DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND  SHOES,  MEM'S  FURNISHINGS.  HERE are few home wants that cannot be supplied at this Store.    This  -partieularly-applies-to-the-above sections?-  Try us and see for yourself how completely we have anticipated your needs.  When you come you will, be surprised  at thc wealth of choice .our widely-  assorted stock affords, and your surprise  will rise lo   perfect  amazement  as  you  j behold the beauty of design and. finish,  and note,the worthiness of the immense  quantity of goods we place before you.  If you are a judge of values, there will  be much satisfaction in reviewing our  prices.  EVERYTHING  MARKED IN-  PLAIN FIGURES.  o  Youp* verdict must  be that  everything  is a monev-savcr.  T  I-I IS   S'lXDRIE    MAS   BARGAINS  Six    Davs    in    the    week.       Our  Bargains arc Seasonable ancl in every  case up-to-date. You will find economics in all thc Departments. Supposing it is Boots and Shoes, Clothing,  Dry Goods -or Gent's Furnishings,  ���������in fact these lines are ail sold lo you  at our Dry Goods  Prices.  .in Our Store on  Mackenzie Ave.  LATEST NEWS  A French Fleet Has Left Toulon to Make a Naval Demonstration    Against     Turkey.���������  Arrival    of    the    Duke    and  Duchess   of  York   at   Portsmouth.���������Ministers  Disgraced.  I'aius. Nov. o��������� Late-. la������l  night*   the*  following despatch was received   from  Toulan :      "The    complete     .Mediterranean M|uatlron   returned to   Toulon  this   evening   aiul    anchoreil   in   the  roacUteacl."        This     would     include  Admiral   Caillard.*,   sipiadron,    who.-e-  dep.'irture    ha*,    thus     been      either  countermanded,     or    postponed     and  would,imply thai the   French government   has   received   news   from Constantinople   inducing     a   change     of  plans.  l.XTiia  There was error in stating that the  French squadron for Turkish waters  returned to Toulon. All the French  fleet except thi**, squadron ha've arrived  at Toulon, but Admiral Caillard is on  way to 'Turkish ports.  Axtweiu', Nov. 2.��������� A. "detachment  of black troops recently sent, by lhe  Congo authorities to quell a revolt of  Baligis in Kassai, wc-ie captured ami  the soldiers killed, roasted and eaten.  London, Nov. 2.���������Tlie Duke and  Dtiches-, of Cornwall and York landed  at Poitsuituilh yesterday. They were  met down the harhAr by the King ami  Queen ancl escorted to the landing.  There was great, enthusiasm and big  crowds. *' The correspondent of ' the  New ^York Tiibune states that the  reception was arranged as a stately  IribuLu to ,the Colonies, on account  ofthe loyalty of-the-demonstrations *  made during the royal tour. -  ' New Yokk, Nov." 2.���������The Portuguese- minister at Washington has  betJirt'ecalled'hecaute lie' sent aTpreina- ''  tine announcement of the 1 death"'of  President McKinley to the Portuguese  government.  .     * -   "        ���������      -  London, Nov. 2.���������King Victor  Emanuel, of Italy, has' accepted an  invitation to act as arbitrator between  England and Brazil in 'regard to the  Guinea frontier question.'  Tabloid Telegrams  The repairs to the walls, towers and  palace at Pekin have been almost,  completed. Every effort is being  made to conceal ftom the Chinese  court the evidences of European .conquest.  Mrs. Elizabeth Hanbury is dead in  London.   She was born June Oth, 1793.  It is officially announced there have  been no furtlier deaths from Bubonic  plague anil no fresh casis repoi ted at,  Liverpool.  Miss Stone's release is not likely to  be elTecLediwlUTin a weelT Z       '  The burning of an entire block of,  buildings at Newcastle, Ph., including  the post ollice caused a loss of $100,00).  Another case of bubonic plague is  reported in Glasgow. The foreign  Consuls are refusing to give vessels  clean bills of health.  A case of plague has occurred at the  l{u*i������iaii port of Baloiini on the Black  sea.  >-* Ten cases of smallpox have been  repotted iu Quebec since yesterday.  Thetc are about 50 cases in the city  now.  & Y  MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.  w,������.rj.j-.rjgj������j^^^  Memorial Service.  The Older of service Jot* the X. Clark  Wallace .Memorial held in the Oddfellow's hall, tomorrow Sunday Nov,  :itil. 1001, at'.SMO p. in." is as follows,  the "offering being in aid of the  Orphan's Home:  Orange burial service, conducted by  Woishipful Master Thomas Stead.  Worshipful Muster's address.  Burial Service, Chaplain W. C. Calder.  Hymn "A Few   Mere   Years  Shall  Koll."  .Prayer, Kev. C. Ladner.  Hymn, "Uock of Ages."  Anthem, "Vital Spark of Heavenly  Flame."  Quartette, Mrs. Dent, Miss Fee,  Messrs Taylor and AHum.  Hymn, "My Faith Looks up to  Thee."  Benediction.*  on ^tlstoltt ^raW and ||nilwna  "fytn's -Jmtrnal,  I'libllalieU liy  Tha Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Spmi-Wceklv Journal publishetl in the  iiiti'ri-sis of the railway men. mining men ami  business men of the West. Days of I'libliratinn  Wednesday and Sal in day.  J.DYF.R1ISINR  HJITF.".  Displuy ails.,?l.,-*o per inch; single column,  ti per Inch when inserietl on title page  l.������-^al ads., 10 cents per ineh (nonpariel) line  i..r lirst insertion; ,"i cents for each atlclitioiuil  insertion. Local notiees 10 eents per line eaeh  i���������im. lllrlli, Marriage anil Death Notices  free.  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  liy mall or currier, ti per annum; ..l.'.'o for  six months strictly in advance.  Ol'K JOIl DCI'AltT.MENT.  Isoue of the best equipped priming olliees in  the West anil prepared to execute all kind- ol  printing fn lirstelass style at honest prices,  one price to all. No job too large���������none loo  Miiall���������for us. Mail orders promptly attended  lo.   tilve us a trial on your next order.  TO COKItESI-ONDENTS.  Wo iuvlte correspondence on anv Mibjeel  of Interest to the general public. Iii all cases  the bona tide name of the writer must accompany manuscript, but not necessarily inr  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager.  NOTICE   .0 C0HIIES1*0.*.'I>ENTS.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   be    legibly  written ou oue side of the paper only.  '-'.���������Correspondence     containing       personal  matter must be signed with the proper  name  of the writer,  li. ~. 0HOGAN, Editor.  SSATUHllAY, NOVK.MIIKK 2,  11)01.  SOME HINTS ON A Ll VE  MINING DEPARTMENT.  i If lhis province hail a department of  mines tbat was worth calling a deparl-  nienl of mines, which it has not and  lias never yet had and wliich there is  not the slightest prospect, as things  are af. present, of its getting, there are  several ways in whicli it might greatly foster and assist the infant mining  industries of the country. To begin  with there is a practice, which has  been in veigua for several years in  UlaniLoba and Lhc Northwest with the  best results. It is the practice of  exhibition cars. The C. P. lt. in its  own and the country'.*, interest provides the car. The Kovernnieiit or  even as has more than once been the  case some city tlirough its board of  trade, provides'a good man to do the  talking and a collection of grains,  grasses, roots and vegetables and  tliere you are.  The car travels around in eastern  Canada or the States, stopp-ng at  frequent points, where it is calculated  to do most good and furnishing an  object lesson of the agricultural resources antl capabilities of the country  such as all the immigration literature  ever printed cannot equal, Now why  should not the Si. C. Department of  mines adopt a similar plan. There is  no doubt the C. P. R. -would be as  willing to help 11s with a car as Mani**  toba. Tho cost, would be verv little.  The advertisement given the mineral  resources of the country would be  enormous. As it is now every visitor  lo the province marvels at our riches  and at the lack of policy, which is  content to leave them unadvertised  and unknown, for so practically they  ure.  There is another way in which a  live mining department might do a  great deal to push on the development  of our mineral wealth. There are at  this day for instance two metals for  whicli a demand is rapidly springing  up. with a corresponding increase in  their market value. These are  platinum ancl molybdenite. Does it.  never occur to the department, that  some information with regard to theie  minerals, both of which are known to  exist, in the province, might be of  value'! The department of agriculture  issues pamphlets telling the farmer all  iilKiul caterpillers        and fruit  culture. Why should not Lhc prospector be instructed in all parliciilars  of value to him with regard lo platinum  and inohybdenitf. and for lhat matter  oilier valuable minerals, which he  might .possibly conn, aero*-.*** in his  explorations, hut which he is .just .is  likely a.������ not to pa.*** over owing tn  lack of familiarity, such as the nio-l.  11-Mal on* of tin called cassil^ritc and  cinnabar. The only known ore of  platinum i.s rare but it does actually  11xi.1t near .Sudbury and quite possibly  might lie found in this province, A  few good specimens of these and such  like minerals kept in each recording  office with a descriptive pamphlet in  plain Knglish bearing on thetn might  prove of immense value. In thc case  of platinum, which is now nearly  double the value of gold antl which is  positively known to exist in the province in placer form in considerable  (piantities there* arc two chief difficulties. It i.s hard to save and there  is no handy market for it in small  quantities. These are two difficulties,  which a live department of mines  would bestir itself to overcome.  lint in countries, where the government has grasped Uie fact of the  immense value to the whole community of the mining industry, such  as Australia the education of the  miner  nnd   prospector    is   taken   in  hand'in a much more extensive and  energetic manner than even a.s  .suggested iu the preceding paragraph.  Ill Australia lhey have a regular  government -ystein of I'ree insl ruction  in the elements of mineralogy ami the  use of the blowpipe for qualitative  analysis. The professors who conduct these classes are lhe very best  men, who can he obtained, usually  men wilh a Freiburg diploma.ihe most  highly esteemed in mineralogy ancl  mining science, 'They travel round  the country and give courses lasting  four months apiece. The course is  entirely free, specimens are provided  free, all required i.s regularity in  attendance. The consequence is that  you find a number of men iu every  Australia mining camp well grounded  in mineralogy and skilful in the use  of lhe blowpipe. The average I!. 11.  prospector antl miner is pretty much  al sea oulsitlt* of the few most familiar  ores of leatl antl copper. I'.nt nothing  escapes the trained eye and little  blowpipe of his Australian compel iier.  Of course these courses entail expense  bul. Australia has found Ihem a pr. 1-  litablt* investment.  When lhe new iniiiisler of niines.  whoever il is to he. is seeking reelection from his constiluenls on accepting Lht* portfolio, il might add some  point to Lhe usual gulf aboul doing all  in his power Lo develop the uiaguili-  cent mineral resource*.' of lhis country,  if he would come oil tin* perch for a  few minutes ami tell us what his  opinion is on a real policy of doing  something, sin-h as i.s sketched out  above.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  Cierrard is lhc Ialesl name of Twin  Falls, alias Diithcsnay, alias Selkirk  Uitv.  The Nelson Tribune's redistribution  scheme was based partly on identity  of interest, which is a reasonable  method. Until refused lo Lake into  amount the solemn fact lhal at least  two thirds of the male population of  Kevelsioke are identified in interests  in some blooming hole in the ground  in the Lardeau.  Commenting on this (I.mv in the  Tribune's logic the Trout Lake Tapic  says:  Redistribution is what we want and  what we want badly but the Lord  defend this section of ��������� Lhe coutitry  frum being redistributed according to  the Tribune's idea. Trout Lake has  nothing in common wilh Kaslo. It is  true we would get the population by  taking in that lown, but we would pay  dearly for it. The vote in Kaslo would  decide every election, just, as the vote  in Revelstoke has decided them in the  present* riding since it hecam*** entilled  lo a representative, with this difference, however, that Kaslo has always  "���������bucked" Llie interests of Trout Lake  while Revelstoke has done all in its-  power Lo further them.''  The average yield of the ore crushed  at the famous Treadwnll mine in  Alaska is only Sl.SS of gold per ton.  The cost of production is SI.Oo. leaving a profit oi S3 cent.-: per ton.  Scientific handling will squeeze a profit oiit of pretty low'srrade .stutF in the  free niillirg vaiic-ty.  The late Chief ,Jii-*tie*- Morris of   lht*  Irish   bench, wtm .a   crood_ deal   of a  SPAOE RESERVED POR  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  SPACE RESERVED FOR  Revelstoke  Station.  Hardware, Etc  ������*���������*���������**������&  rXnii'crK&W:  ^m������'&Mm&$m$i  WWl  MINING  CONTRACTOR,  CAMBORNE, B. C.  All kinds of mining contracts  Laken and work executed in a  workmanlike manner.  :hco:m::e o-iRowisr  The vory best on tho tnnrkul mriuy,  including:  Potatoes,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ' ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  TRICKS ON APPLICATION.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than rielics  We liuve the mime ol making  the tally Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for   tluritliility   und   qnaliiv ���������  they nlso excel.  .TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To .I.S. 1'atlersnn and all others t'laimiiif.  through -him any Interest in the elalins  hereinafter mentioned :  Under the Minera! Act, IS!)", and amendments  thereto:  NOTICK IS IIKP.EBY GIVES' that wo, 1*\  -McCarty and 11..I.lioiirnc have performed all  the assessment work wii the rairview, lleleher  Arabian, Yicioriu IV, Maple Leaf, Slmmrui-k  anil .Mammoth mineral claims ..liiinlu In  Croum! Hop Rutin, in the llevelsioke Minint;  Division of West IConienav, located iu Anuns'i  ISM mul reeorded al Kevelstoke on the flril  September. lS'W, and thai J. S. Patterson, the  rerorded owner of. un interest in the said  mineral ('hums has neglected lo do or pay for  his share of the assessment, work, for the vears  1M9, 1000 and I'.Kil, and thut unless said charges  are not paid within niuetvdavs from the lirst  publication of this noiiee,' we'shall propped It)  record said delinquent linen-si as provided by  Section II of the Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1000.  Dated nt Rovelstoko, Ii. C , this ;>lh dav of  September, 1 Mil.  r-    r\ ,  P* McCaKTY,  [ H. J. Bouk.sm*:  )iiiinori������t. In   f-umtning     up     llie  evidence! in one c:i>������* In-fore   liiui lie   i**.  Notice to Co-Owners.  TO Kll'HARD MCDIAR.1IID.  Under Mineral A.*t_lS9" _and -amendments  Thcr-sto, nolle*; Is "hereby ijlven lhat we. f.onise  Leoriiliit' Grajtam antl elus I.tind. have performed all the assessment work on the "Golden  Kacle" mineral claim, situated nn the divide  ,.n������,*,,*r.-,l   I.. 1,-,,-..  _...,!   "-I   Ar,   nr-l   l.i.It,.,... <   K'-"'-"-'" FrOIICll Hilt!   McClllllll'lt OrCClCS. Ill   till!  repoiti-tl to haw-s-iid I do nr.L l������*ln*\ t- -t h,.B,, of ,;������������������������������������, ,,ox |Sas!n in Uie lliis Bend  there i.x a village* in li eland, which j D'^trh'i of West Kootenay, located Pith Sep-  , '   , ,     , , .     .        ,     1 tcmlM-r, l-in. and recorded 21 fceptember, Ib'Mi  ha*- not ������ol .i-inii; lilackfruard 111 ir��������� who I and that Klr-hard   .MeDiarrnld   the   recorded  I owner of one-half Interest   in  i-ald   mineral  'rlalmhas neijlevicd   to   tin   his snare   of   the  } calls himself Lhe People.'" This  j text with much meat in it for  ! people l)'**-itle.*-' tin* Iri.-h  to rh'-w  other i ���������������������������l>rk or to pay for .���������������������������nne for tho years 18'js, mm.  "    ' ll������������i anil MM.   Notice is hcrebv   given   to   llie  over, -aid J'l-'liard -McOiarmlil lliat unless said  I charges are paid within ninety days of the  1 Jir't publication of this notice weshall proceed  ^ 111   tln-L'11 ,*���������   with i ton-crd -aid delinquent IntereMas  provided  ...   ,,     V , i by (���������������������������������������������tltiii ll of the "Mineral Act Amendment  \\ fll-i   intend-*   to 1 A������*t. WW*  Dated at  Ucri'Molcc*, H. C, Otli Augu.st, 1001.  [ I,   ",. GK.Uti'.l,  ' 1 U 1:1 Lex n.  Co-owners J  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  Also lirst quality of well cured  Timothy Hay  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROWLE,  llevelsioke, 11. ll.  11AKICI1,  COXFKCTIOXER,  and caterer lite.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  URAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly antl (carefully  ��������� atteneleel to  P. O. Hox  132.  Revelstoke, B.C.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day.  Monthly Rate.  J.-AlbertStone-^-Prop.  The In!i'?l lih.ssin  which lion.  W. (..  endow this un^iali-ful constitueniy   i.**  the assumption ot lhe p.u ronn^e of tin*  riding into hi.*: own hand*--.     Thai,   wc  I'le'cte-d aomehi'dy   rise   Lo   look   afier  these mailers cut*. 110 ire  wilh   XV.   C.  ���������Shall oiii' of Mr.   Wells*   (folde'ii   .*.up_ I  porlers pine for a j,*l.. as |..,,K as   tho | N0'^1?-^,^^^^^'^^^!;"^,?!  Iii'stowk-r of l(h's*-iiiK.s has any kind   of ..luhn Vincent perk������.i*i the City of Ilcvcl-doke,  ... ,r, , .. ;,: iviv.. 1 1,,.,.,, .1 t������..ii; ....  1'"  ll"' ''r������***uir<*   "'   Hrlilsli (.olunibU,  Hotel  .������������������.Kraft on it.- Ditleu-ul hen* at I alli>oi*.    proprietor, Im-. by ���������Ic-i. I.eariji**; date tin* 101I1  'lav of (i,-tob������r, A.D.. IO"), it���������lrlled all his  r.-aland personal property, except as therein  in**n tinned ;/, Jnliii DrMllcwnle.-Mbbnld, ofthe  said <:m> 'if Kevelstoke, t.enerul A^eut, lu  trust fftr lliepurpo-e of ���������jMLlffyini; ratably anil  proportionately iind uIiJii-ijl prejudice r,r  priority, the creditor-* of tt,i_ ������ald John Vln-  i ent Pork**, tin; A**-*s.'nor, and tin* ^hPI Trui't'-e  ba������ umlc rniken the* trust*, create! by lhe said  deed.  I All i>'-r*on-- having claims ntrn:nst Die said  } Jf.hri Vint en; Pcjrks are required on or Inifore  tbe- tenth day of S'oveuil-er, A. It., Vjtil, It, send  to thi: ftx'.il TrnYiye lull partleuiars of ilit*. same  duly ver'lle'1, together will) tbe particular* of  .she security, !f any, !i<-ld by (hem.  AND N0Tir;B iH IfE.'KP.V rifVKM tbat  after the ������ald tenth day of Novci-iber, Pif'l, the  snid Trn-tee will proeeed to dittrlbutu the  a������.ets anioni*; tho*"* creditors who*"* claims  have been lodged with hirn and that lit' will  not be re-ponilbl? after said date for llio axsi.li  so dli'.rlhotcd, or any part tlie.-cof, to anv  person or persons, firm or corporation, tit  wliiie debt or nlalrn he (thai! not then have  received notice.  A Ifectintf of thc Creditors of (lie said John  Vincent Perks will be held at thc oflice ol  .loli 11 Drlnkwnter Sibbald, Kirst Street, Itevclstoke, Jtrit.'sh Coluinblft, on Saturday, the  twenty-sixth day of October. A, It., 1001, al. the  hour of two o'clock In the afternoon.  Hated at Kevelstoke, 71. C, tbla 12th day of  Oeiober, A. lb, IMI.  J. M. SCOTT, Tlcvelstoke. 11. C.  Solicitor for the Tri'stee.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  ew Schedule  Hffi't'tlve October 111, 101)1    *  A t;onsLit,iiint'y teprrscnti'd hy .1  memhe-r sirionhly au-ipotitetl of strong  leanings Inwards thai arch 1 r.<ite.r  Mi'lJriele. ha.s r,o ri^ht** that Mi. Omi.s-  niuirV hold and faithful Chief Com* '  missioiH'r of Lands and Works is.bound  lo rrisppet. Mr. Killeen is sirk ami j  I ired of InipsinK round the province;  pretending to 'Miperintend thi* ron-  aLruflioii tif roads ami hridp.es. Ht-  iviints somulhinp; more reposeful antl  dipenified. Ho (lold (Jommihsioner  Lirillith -shall t<o to Revelstoke and  Kood friend Killeen shall fill the gold  commissioner'���������< cornfoitahle ofTii-e fhnir  in frold*.*n. Is it l)le*ssings ? XV. C. is  just plum full of them.  The hylaw was hosted on Thuisday  by 30 to 21. rf it. hud heen put to the  people lust spring, .is it might just" as  well h'iye heen, it would have carried  all right. But there is a pre! ly genera I  conviction among the ratepayers that  November is ������ bad Lime for beginning  sidewalk construction. Bo the lardy  repentance of the cily ful hers proved  ineffectual afier all. Next April Ilie  S11111& bylaw will go through nern con,  EASTBOUKD  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  Passengers booked to all  Kastcrn, Canadian and U.S.  Points.  Berths reserved on Atlantic  Steamers for passengers to  the Old Country.  LOST.  A I'tiif?������������������ Union Jack���������from thc Opera House  nn or about January '2nd, 1901. The line was  ti*"'d Tor the decoration of the Opera Ifouia  for.the Trainmen's Hall uu Now Vcar'x Kv<*.  The Under will please rgttirn (mine to Hkrald  Oflice. Oct. tf-tf.  Direel Steamer Service from  Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full   information and illustrated  pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Kerclitoke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vaneouter.  **M**M*'M"M"I-**M**M"I***M*^  *  fr  fr  fr  .**  *  **  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������n  fr  fr  Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.    A good Ear, well supplied with  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  wn <& Pool   :'    Props.  ���������4*  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  gg PRIME BEEF.  PORK.     Mi, TON..   SAUSAGE.  FISH*AND GAME IN SEASON.  mtmrnLmmmmmmmsm&mBB^oWimmmm  No. 5 K  BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  fluid, Silver Lend and Copper Mines wanted at the i3S-K.\-ehnn*,*e.  Kree Milling Uold Properties wanted 11: once for HaMern investors  Parties ,,^/������������1���������iI"}j|KI Property for sale are rcqucslotl to send samples of their ore  lo the IC.tchani;  All samples should be. sent bj-express I'ropaid  Correspondence iollclted.  Address all eoiniiinniciitions tn  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Nelson, B. Cl  _n_ni  II. f.'. 1'AltSOX, President.  M..1. O'HItlliN, .MaiiHglnirlllrtiClor  He Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  CampbclUA venue.  Revelstoke,  15. C.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  A Challenge  Wc challenge anyone -in j  Revelstoke to give 'substantial reasons for sup-,  porting Chinese laundries  In exchange wc offer to  give 1 o good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery o.'piireel������, bttRgngc', etc.  10 any part of the city =-���������  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  'All orders loft at K. M. Smythe's Tohaeeo  Store, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  attention. *        '  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, is again open to  the public. Meals served at all  hours.  A. REBUCHE8E,  Prop  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer 111���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly filletl.  "SKiSiS.. RBYBiSSORB, B.S.  Express Delivery,  * All   orders    left   at   W.   M.  Lawrence's   will    be    promptly  attended to.  -H. Cook.   ��������� i  fe  aM_*-*MI*IBX>.W������,lilMI>.IJJV.^.Mroi*g'^^ .i������irg.*TnrTgMga??*^ggrr.vr.*rr-rT.a**^x������.,M,...,J^j..mmJlia^  ll illl nil nil  incorporated onder the Lavjs of British Columbia.  ii^~w.i..i,m.t*jmimKan.Al!XBii>XBMl*j.H'**rr.-&T*iMC  Capital: $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares,  "~ tine  tl Each.  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NO PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  Camboume Group, 9 Claims.   Oyster Gpnj 6 Claims  Located in the Free Gold Fish  River Cainp,  Lardeau Mining Division,  British Columbia.  ������i',f m.j.mjim  LEGAL,  fM. SCOTT   11 A��������� LL.H.  liarrisler,      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,  .McKenzie Avenue, Itevclstoke Station.  Money to loan, '  Etc.  ���������fJAUVEV, M'CAKTK.l .t PINKHAM  liarrlsters. Solid torn, Kle.  Solicitors Ior Imperial Hank of Canada.  Coinpanv funds to loan atS percent.  1'iiivr Siiiekt, llevelsioke Station, 11. 0.  CHURCHES  MIITIIODIDT CHUItfll,  HIIVKI.STOKK.  Preaching -orvlees nt 11 a. in. and 7:.'0 p. m  Cla*-s meetum at the ulose ol the inorninu  *.ervli*e. .Sabbath St'hnoliind HibleCla*- al :i;'M  Weeklv I'ravei* Meeting every Wednesday  evpnluij in <::������>. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seat's free.  Uev. C. LADS Eli, l'astor.  SI. 1'I.TI.ll 6 I'llllISLII, ANGLICAN.  Eight n.m., Holy Kiii'hiirlsti It a.m., nia ju,  :.llnny and iOnuon (Holy I'.iiehariht llrM Sun-  dav in lhe liitiuth): 2::io Sunday school, or  children's service; 7:30 Event-tin;; (choral) and  sermon. Holy Davs���������The Holy Eucharist is  celebraled al 7 n.m. or S a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism after Sunday School atH:l.i.  c. a. I'l'oei.'N'iEi*, Kuuior,  I'KKMlYTKIilAN CHUKU)'.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:110 p.m.  to u hleh all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  S i". in. every Wednesday.  KEV. w. c. Cai.dku, l'astor.  ..OMAN CAT110l.lt: U1IU11CII.  Mnsi   at 10..W a. in.,  on  lirst,  second  mil  fourth Sundays In the month.  KEV.   PATH Bit   T1IAYKU.  .SALVATION   .IIIVY.  Meeting everv night in their Hall on  I'ront  Streel.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26,,Revelstoke, B.C.  MoMs everv Wednesday in  Oddfellows'" Hull alS o'clock  Visiting Knights invilcil.  I., li- HtrcK, CO.    ::::::  F.B. 11. Luwrs. K. ok It. Si ti.  -it  /fts  FAMOUS BUT  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Cents Per Share.  ; f*rti."frj .rry-jMwu^M *  In view ofthe splendid showings of both high and low grade ore ancl the unrivalled facilities for the economical  developing and working ofthe 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  SECRETARY.,  Official Broker,  5       Revelstoke, B. C.  P. O. BOX 700, NELSON, B. C.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Kegular meetings are held  in  tlie  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third l"ri-  zttsij, dav of eaeh monlh, at 8 p.m. sharp.  JSp* Visiting brethren eordiallr Invited  I/O" THOS. STEED, \\'M.  W. G. BIRNEY, llee.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Itovnl School of Mines, London.    Seven  years  al  Morfa   Works,   Swansea.     17   years   Chief  Chemist   to Wlgan  Coal and Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late Chemist and Assuror, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  (Ferguson. B.C.  *t-������mi'>mul,iilura���������aiCTnoi������,'������i..*jT-iii"j,.*jp.^  na������imm.iiiii.a.i,iwm ~..*ry*r*tr���������n  STO-BTtT-mmnwiininT  Cn||W^WK.WWRt.., l.lttWHJB^.| ^JJJl  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of .the   proposed    Railwav   already* surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY  is beautifully situated at the base of  the  Lardeau Pass,. Galena,  and Surprise Creeks.  s-G-Hl-CtI������_<?I'I~Y_is~ab5ol6tcly" surrounded   'by    Mining   Properties   now    under  Development. . ... . .        . ���������   .  Which  ^4lB*y   BJ  utilized next Season bv Conccntratinq.  Plants.  SEND FOR-PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  G. Bo BATHO.  Fen  msoi?., B. C.  ������e  ��������� Is now open for business  MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY  SATURDAY,  Hours:  10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Ladies requiring portraits .taken  of themselves or. their children  are requested not to wear white  dresses or have much while  material round the neck.  Come and sec my local views,  cloud effects, telcphoto views,  pictures ofthe moon, etc.  Thunderstorms and blizzards  will be added as opportunity  occurs.  Wright Porritt  Red Kose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each month; White Rose llepree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hull.  Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON', .  HY. EDWARDS,  President. " Secretary.  The Utterances of Gen. Buller  Which Led to His Retirement  From the Army.  General Uullei's famous *-peeeh, was  111*1110 after the Luiulon Times lunl  charged Unit ho iiiivi-e.l Hit- Ueorge  Wliili' tn surrender I-adys-niiLh after  Holler's iiiiaiiccofsful attack upon tlie  T.igel.i livei*. Tlie mo.-L important  p ills of it weio a si follow.-:  "Thoy attack 1110. and tliey say thst  [ ivi'iHe .1 telegram in which 1 ordered  Sir t.eorge White to {.ivi; up Liidysmith, lo destroy his bookb, and so  forth. I wrote a good many telegrams  nnd I wrote one telegram that admits  partially of that desciiption.    .    .    .  *'l attacked Culciiso on Decemder  Iii. I was unsuccessful; it was '.t. very  trying day; I was thirty-six hours at,  work; I was fourteen boms in thn  saddle, lt was the hottest day we had  llio whole of the time J was oul there,  and 1 had rank had luck. ]hiving  failed, I had to consider the people in  front of me in Lath-smith. Ladysmith  was held by Sir Ceorge White.    . . .  "1 knew that the giirri>on would  have Irtmlile. mid great trouble, wilh  their sick, 1 did not know what supplies there were. I thought, at that  time lhat the g.irri.-on could not lie  led beyond the end of the year. I was  wrong, but at the time 1 thought it  and helieved it. The end of the year  was lifteen flays oif. The me.-siige 1  had sent to Sir George White was lhat  I hail attacked, that 1 had failed, and  that I could not possibly make another  attempt for a month, and the:*. I was  certain that I could not do ic except*  by slow fighting and not by rushing.  "I was in command of Xaiiil. and it  was my duty to give tny subordinate  souk' assistance, some lead, something  that in thc event of his 1leter111in.itinn  lo surrender ho would be able to -produce and say, 'Well, Sir Kedveis  Buller agreed.' 1 therefore spatchcocked into the middle of that telegram a sentence 111 which I suggested  if it would be necessary to mii render  tho garrison, what he should do when  he suriendereil, and how he should do  it. I put it after one question he had  to answer and followed it wilh another  question.  '���������J did not like to suggest to a, man 1  believed to be a bravo soldier that he  should do this, that or the other; but  L put in the sentence in order lhat if  he found he was obliged to surrender  it would Do some sort of cover for him.  111 Tact, what- f felt at ihe time was that  if surrender eauie I should be   just-  as  responsible for it as ho was. and  I  did  'not mean to stand up and say  it was  all his fault."  -    H. EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, MUDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Flirt Cleaned and He-aired.  JUST EAST OF  PitESHYTEKIAX  CIIURCIlj  Third Street.  Certiiicate of Improvements  **4.*********l****l**{**S*l*.I**I������M**i*'l**I**  PELLEW-HARVEVr I  BRYANT &. CiLMAH %  ITOTICE.  Mining"  Engineers  and Assaycrs,  VANCOUVER, 11.C.      Established 1SC0  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAI  JU  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  ASSAY WORK OF ALL GSSCRIPTI0N3  UNDERTAKEN.  Tc-U made up to 2,00(11 bi.  A specially made ol cheeking Smeller  I'ulps.  Samples from tlie Interim* bv mall or  i*xpre*.*- promptly attended to.'  Correspondence .-ollcl I oil. (.)  VANCOUVER, B. C. %  **************************  L  oe  Successor to li. Jenkins,  Manufacturers of  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  (lold Hill Mineral Claim, situate In tlie  Kevelstoke .Mining Divibion of Kooienay District.  Where Located: In Ground Hog Basin, on  MeCtillough Creek.  TAh'E NOTICK that J, C. II..Hume, Free  Miner':*. Cerlilicale No. li, *17b9'J, inlend, sixty  dins from llie dale hereof, to apply 10 tbe  Mi'uing Itct'urdcr for aC'erlillcute 01 Improve-  iiicnliTl'iir tlie-purpdae-"uI-obl*iiiiiU|r-'tt-Oioivir  t..'riiiiiiii Uie above claim.  And furlber lake notice that action, under  Heciltm ll", mum be commenced before llie  i-miiiiici* ol such Cerlilicale of Improvements.  Daled ilus -till day of September, I'M.-  U. It. I1LMK.  Oct. 11���������If  Certificate  of Improvements  3STOTIOE.  " O. K.*' Mineral Claim, situate in tlie  KercMuki- Mlnlni; Division of IVtini Kooienay  Dislricl:  Wliere locateil:���������III Cironud Hug I!ii*i!n, on  .McCullongh Creek.  TAKE NOTICE thai I, Cliarlca IM.Indmark  iif llevelsliiki*. Krije Winer's CVrillicalo No. II  11)011, inlend, i-Jxt\ dayslroiii llie date hereof,  Hi apply to llie Mining lteeurdcrfor a Cenilleate "1 Improvement**, for the piirpum ol  obtaining ������ Crown Unuii of Die above chum.  And further take not Ice tbat action under  Section 117. musi be commenced before tbe  issuance of stieliCertifieaie of Improvement;,.  lay of August, A.D., 1901.  CHAS. F. l.INDMAHK.  Daled this 8th  Auu 172m  Repairing' of Bocts, Sfioc3  and Harness, a Specialty.  OPPOSITE HERALD   8FF9CE.  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 Golumbia. Write for Samples of Printing. All ^ work  turned out promptly. One price to all. Ho job  can be too large or too small for THE HERAL B.  ,   FIRST CONSIGNMENT WILL  ARRIVE FRIDAY.  ..$7.50  per ton..  FARWELL   ESTATE.  i.  The   choice   land   norlh   of   track,  I'et'veen Tapping's and Long'.*, will  be   subdivided for sale as   soon as  possible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  I'. o. iio.v, -mi.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU.  Place your orders at unce in time  for the November storm  J. C. HUTCHISON,: fibst stbeet  ltuniiing between Arrowhead, Thomson's  I.andiiiK and Comaplix, commencing October  Mill. l'JUI, will sail as lollows, wealher periuit-  ting:  Leaving Arrow-haul for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix  twicedaily���������10k. and 13k.  Leaving Comaplix and ��������� homson's Lauding  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:lJk and 12:lok  Making close'connections with all C. P. It.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reserve the right toclmiige times  of sailings without notice.  The Fred Robinscn Lumber Co., Limited  Ten Miles of Mica Deposits   of  " the   Highest   Grade*   in    the  World.  ' Juliii F. Smith of Kamloops the well  known Ini-titoi* of the mien deposits at  Tele Jauue Cuche writing to the  World last week says:  The wheel of time has again brought  tiiu to the point on which I turned ��������� my  bad; in the early part of August last,  it Ileitis tlie beginning of the season of  tlie year at which tin veiling- iu made  easy.in the locality through which the  most feasible entrance is gained to ' .  those extensive mica deposits which  are known Lo exist in the mountains  lyinp west of the Rocky mountain  ranges, and which are now ofiieially  classified as the Mica'mountains in the  Tete Jaime C.iche section of the Cariboo mining division.  In company with 3. C. Gwillim, M.  E. C. E.. ol' Nelson, as mining expert.  iinil-R.-II.---l-.<--c,-:-B.--Lr-S,-,---as_s-.irveyor-=  a crew and equipment contingent to 11  puck train service, our route waa  through the fertile valley of the Xoitli  Thompson river, a section which is  forging its way to the front, and is destined from ils latent inineral''weaUh,  its extensive areas of available arable  l.'ituls, its undevtloped coal fields and  its favorable climaticcomlilions, in the  near future to t:ike its place 11s the  most important tributary anil in'ipetus  to not only the comnierci.il interests,  but praa'ically the Mecca lo lhe future  prosperity of lhe city of Kamlocps.  Our visit this -sc*a**oii, however, was  solely for the purpose of'exiiiuiningand  reporting from 11 disinterested source,  on the extent, and possibilities of tho.-e  deposits, as well as surveying the  claims which have been located within  such iii'C'i. The examining engineer's  report is not as yet made public: nevertheless f am in a po-ition to stale that  itcannot otherwise than be a statement of f.icts, hence favorable, as hem-  no one else has ever Keen such a extensive deposit of inioi. in any locality as  nre exposed in the pegmatite veins,  extending from the Canoe river mountains Lo those lying west of the point  known as Tete .Jaime Cache.' coveiitis  a distance over ten miles in extent, ia  11 direct line.  As the demand for white mica is increasing yearly its importance as a  mining industry, of the existence in  this* province of a source of practically  inexhaustible supply, is ea*.ily estimated, especially of the quality as h:iv*>  been produced ftom these deposits,  thc crystals being of the very best,  and have been classed equal to tbe  best mica on the market, which is  the "Moscovite," or white Indian  iiiici.  WANTED.  Wanted   Immediately a Cook  Wages 13) and J25 respectively.    Apply M. >r  Buchanan, Pendragon Hotel, Cambo  and   Waiter  rue. 0Ct9t  ���������Now is the time to leave your  orders for fall and winter overcoats  Hest of workmen and material. JR. S,  WiNon. ���������*t+*^-4.i.4.+i.i.^+4.i.i.4.4.+4"4'*'M"i"i'  * *  t  !  t  t  1 C adaD rug & Book Co t  + REVELSTOKE. f.  fr  Japaeese Napkins always in S  Jj;    siocU���������35c. per hundred.    *  ���������i-t-f**!-!-'!"'-!--****************** *  CHINA  andK lot of Beautiful dishes  " JAPANESE," have jus1  been    pened up at  fr  f  Notes of News.  fieo. McL. Urown, C. P. H. executive  agent i.s in Montreal.  Miss Uleanor Paget returned from a  visit to Calvary on Thursday afternoon.  Monday, Nov. Ith, school opens  at!).:!() a. 111., tho appointed hour for  llio winter months.  ���������Cabinet making, upholstering, and  all kinds ol' repair work Kevelstoke  Knrniture Co.  of   the    Knleijiri.se.  went     south     lhis  .1.   A.   Stewart  Uigur    l-'aulory,  morning.  II. A. Brown of Lhe Union Cigar  Factory went into the Liirdeau on a  business trip this inoriiing.  ���������Chiidrens chairs every variety, call  and see them. Kevelstoke Furniture  Co.  .Messrs. i'liote & Abrahamson are  rushing the work on A. McKae's new  residence on Third st,  ' Premier Diiiisnmir is gazetted as  acting Chief Commissioner of I*-inds &  "Works during Mr. Wells absence.  The customs otlice was moved on  Oct. ?.lst from its old time premises  near the station to the central post  otlice.  A. F. Kosenberger has put a nice  exhibit of free-milling ore from the  Camborne property in the case at Lhe  Hotel Kevelstoke.  For eveiy thing best in the furniture  line see the Bevelstoke Furniture   Co.  Jas. Keighley came in from ��������� the  Jordan Pass on Thursday, having  completed the work on his claim up  tliere for this season.  There will be special singing at tha  Missionary Services tomorrow in the  Methodist church, both morning and  evening.  ���������Ladies requiring any walnut: for  wood carving we can supply them ut  thr; Kevelstoke Furniture Co.  .1. Savage, Mrs. Savage and daughter  came in on No. 2 on Thursday from  Salmon Arm, and will reside in town  for the winter.  There will be swearing in of soldiers  at. Uie Salvation Army barracks on  Sunday evening,. November 3rd,  Everybody invited.  ���������������T> good, strong, serge pants, to  order, at R. S. Wilson'.**.  The Talent Society of St. Peter's  church intend having a sale of work  and an entertainment in the evening  on some date about the middle of  December.  W. J. Goepel, is leaving for Nelson  next week to pul in two or three weeks  at some business in his own department as provincial auditor which  demands his attention.  --Order your fall ami winter suit  from K. S. "Wilson.  At the Memorial Service tomorrow in  the Oddfellows hull  at  :..30 p. 111.   the  following quartette   will   sing   during  the offering.   Mrs. Dent. Miss Fee and  . Messrs Taylor and AHum.  \V.   Whitmore   wan   iu   town    this  TEA  40c.:  :50c:  :60c.  Morris  - Agents  w)w>yw^^^^9Wr)WbW'  $&-, UNION ������=^jft  Cigar   Factory  UEVELSTOKK,   B.C.'  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  OUR  Brands:  SPECIAL   anil  THE  UNION  mmniaB  ALL   GOODS    UNION   MA15K  ALL SORTS  All .sorts and conditions of  men require all .sorts and  conditions of medicine. We  have lhc very best for cacli  man's need. Tlie wcatlier  necessilalcs 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.  TAYLOR BLOCK.        -      - McKenzie Ave  week. .Bill reports the work ou his  new stopping place as progressing.  The main building is up IS feet and  the kitchen has aheady .been roofed  ���������over.  ���������S'20 tweed suits to order for Slo 111  (Jressinau'-j for the next fifteen days.  The* beautiful is gradually creeping  down on us. Six inches were reported  at Glacier on Wednesday and trains  from the east were heavilv covered on  arriving down here. Yesterday a foot  fell at the Summit.  A. A. Clarke of Camborne, wa.s in  town on Thursday. He says he has  not yet received any appointment as  |>o.-,tmaster nor have any arrangements for opening a postoflice in  (,'a 111 borne heen made.  ���������Vou can buy $5 pants for $3..V) to  order at Cressman'* for the next  fifteen days.  Tomorrow, Twenty Second Sunday  ater Trinity, services in St. Peter 's  church will be aa usual at ft and 11a.  111. and 7.30 p. m., Rev. C. A. Pru-  cunier officiating. Second celebration  at the 11 o'clock service.  Wesley McLennan. C. P. lt. lines-'  man. is-putting the batteries of the  lifts alarm system in shape loday. lie  thinks that if the slack is taken out of  the wires, the system will work all  right, when the batteries are all  fixed.  II. A. Brown and Mrs. Brown returned last evening from a trip east.  Mr. Brown reports business in tbe  cigar line as being good, and while  away he enjoyed a few days chicken  shooting on the prairie near Edmonton.  ���������Rev! Mr. Turner arrived in town  this morning from Ashcroft, Mr.  Turner will occupy the pulpit both  morning and evening at the, Methodist  church tomorrow. Tlit. collections and  subscriptions tomorrow will he in aid  of the missionary fund.  J. W. XV. Stewart, provincial man  ager for the Imperial Life Assurance  Co. of Canada of Toronto was in lown  yesterday. lie appointed li. R. Campbell agent for lievelstoke and a big  stretch of territory in Kootenay and  Okanagan.  Miss McConnell left this morning for  St. Thomas, Ont. where .the intends to  reside in future. During her residence  here Miss McConnell has made 11  number of friends, by whom her departure will be greatly regretted and  by none more so than the Talent  Society and Sunday si hool of St.  Peter's church.  . ���������See pressman's SI  pants  to  order.    Same   price   as   you  an buy them in the east for.  F. McCarty, president of the Kevelstoke Steam Navigation Co.. expect*  the boilers for lhe s. .*���������*. Revelstoke to  be along any day. Once they arrive il  will not take long to put. them in position and do the fitting of the different  pipes. Mr. McCarty means lo/iute  "O n"e~tl'i p" wi t h~i n e-naafc- t h iyr-5 wri-Tirr1 a t  any ratf, as the present low stage of  water affords an admirable oppor  Iunity Tor an eximinulion of the  river.  "When I.he plaster wa.-- taken off  John .MeTaggn.rt/s knee, it was found  that the kneecap, which hail, been  broken in seven pieces was perfect lv  united. The cord*** ale *-till MiIV anil iL  will be a. month before tlie patient  will get tlieni fully limbered tip but  the bone K a*** good as new. ft was a  nice operation in wliich Dr. Mt'L>','in,  Mr. McTaggart's medical attendant,  has taken great interest.  Geo. S. MeCarter. barrister and city  solicitor, of Res-elstoke. H. C.. wife  and tn-o children, are spending a few-  days renewing acquaintances in the  Railroad City. tt is about ten years  since George became a full-fledged  limb of the law, and few young men  in that time, have made greater  financial success. lie i.s interested in  several mining properties, and has  already turned over ono or two at, a  satisfactory figure.���������St. Thomas Daily  Times.  (_P  m  (il  Good Houso nf Five Rooms ami Lot (specially  Second Struct, l.u!ii ot Mackenzie Avcxiic .  noil terms) tin  $750  New Houoo ot Eight Rooms unil Two I.ots on   Thirtl  Slrwl,  l'.ii-t of Mackenzie Avenue   S1.800  Good House and Lot (2.1 x l.llll,  Hillhroom,   Electric Light,  Hit'., 011 Kir.sl Sireel, near Mackenzie Avenue   $1,500  EigTht-Roomcd Houso. Stone I''oun(I<ition������ nml Two I.nH, ou  Second Slruut, nuar Nuw Pohtortice���������(sond h|ieculiUionJ   SI, 200  A Large Modern House,'  every   improvement,    in good location, ill  oiu*-  ililnt le**.**, limn actual Co.-t Price���������(owner inn������t wll;.  A Good Farm neur Salmon Ann Station,���������very cheap.  r  Is without question the very   best portion of  Revelstoke Citv.  For the balance of this year wc have niatle iulet'osling l-ricos on I.nts  for intending Home Iluililcrs or Speculators. Call antl .satisfy yourself.  We Mean what We Say.  LEWIS  Real Estate, Insurance & Financial Agents,'Revelstoke  ���������ID  iii  (t������)  #  IS)  #  <H)  #  (������������)  (H  i������)  (1������  (H  i������)  H)  Hi  <n  (Hi  Capt. Hughes brough t hack with  him from Pittsburg a very useful and  handy implement called an electric  candle. It is a metal tube covered  with leather about two feet long, containing a small storage battery at one  end and a tiny incandescent globe in  the other end which is covered with .a  thick hullseye of glass. On pressing a  ring on the tube a powerful. light  appears and is maintained as long as  the pressure is maintained. The  candle is invaluable for inspecting in  shafts and tunnels.  Will Resist Crossing by  Great  Northern���������Mr. Well's Eastern  M ission.  1 o-r, -r.      The recent vis:t to  this  province   of  suits and S3.oOA,_,  fRo  Governor .Mcintosh went east on No.  2 this morning. The Governor has  made a great fight against the managers of Ide Le Hoi at Rossland, and  in the interests of the miners and the  public generally.  A McDonell, manager of the Hotel  Revelstoke, came buck on Wednesday  from a shooting trip, which tookinthe-  famotis haunts of the ducks and geese  at Grassy Lake on the C. P. R. and  Buffalo Lake north of Moosejaw.  The puhlic as well as all Orangemen  are invited to thc memorial service in  the Oddfellows Hall, at 3.30tomorrow,  Sunday afternoon. At the close of  the service a collection will be taken  up in aid of the Orphans Home.  W BABY'S   OWN  hurt Jaffiay. president of the Crow's  Nest Coal (Jo., accompanied hy Baris-  ter D. K. Thomson of Toronto, while  not publicly announced as anything  more than a casual call and inspection  of important British Columbia interests, may nevertheless possess some-  deeper significance. N  It is indeed more   than   hinted   tliat  the visit   was   directly   in   connection  wit;rri_tiie-_"nniiding=���������of==-lhe_=^Gi*e.*it"  Northern railway into   the  coal   fields  of the Crow"* Nest Company.  It i*. it may lie mentioned, the  Intention of the new roil mail to cross  the Canadian Pacific tracks on the  level, and to this the C. P. Tt.'- people  moist strenuously object, and it is  known lhat they have .1 strong guard  stationed at, the place of the proposed  crossing, presumably to prevent any  rails being laid, *���������*  Mr. .Jall'i'iiy is stated to have interviewed the .British Columbia Government in lhe matter wliile in Victoria,  but whether with success or not  remains to lie disclosed.  Meanwhile the C, P. Si. employees  remain on guard, and no crossing has  yet been made.  The slight surprise occasioned a few  days, since !>y the announcement* that  Hon Mr. Wells had intended leaving  for the east on Monday last in company  with President John Hendry of the  Vancouver, Westminster, Si Yukon  road and was only prevented hy the  unfoi tunatfi accident of which the New  Westminster capitalist has be������n the  victim, has disappeared in fresh aston'  ishment antl conjecture as to the circumstance which hid take Hon. Mr.  Weils eastward in company with Geo,  MrL. Drown, executive agent of the  Canadian Pacific.  The gossipi wag the he-id antl ansert  that something very important is on  foot between tne Government and the  Canadian raihvay people.  Hon. Mr. Wells remarks: "Air.  Drown and I go east on the same train.  It. is large enough for both of us."���������  Vancouver World.  Bylaw Busted.  The bylaw to raise $ l'JOO by debentures for street improvements purposes  wa.s voted on by the ratepayers on  Thursday and rejected by 30 votes to  21. The total vote polled was absurdly small arid tbe lack 1 of interest  taken in the proceedings very large.  O   ���������  There are three things which astonish those unacquainted with our stock'" of LP-TO-DATE  DRESSGOODS.  BEAUTY'!'  PRICE!  They wear well, look well, and arc easy to buy.  We sell our Carpets made and laid, ancl ensure  perfect fit and prompt service. .  If   Falling   Prices   could be heard,    our   Store  would seem like the C. P. R.  shops.  Our MEN'S FURNISHINGS arc complete and  up-to-date.  Our BOOTS AND SHOES are well   sold and  sold right.  Pick out any and every article you admire or  desire in our .Store and you'll be'surprised and  gratified to learn the price���������No shelf-worn, shop-  All   New,   all  Stylish,   all   of  worn, left-overs.  Good Quality, at  TAYLOR & GEORGE'S  niV.r!i:iM:r.;-^imm,Tra..  Wake Up  AN D  W1010 T111-: U A11 Cl A1 NS  GUV ISAUDICK'S  IN  AT  WatcheSj  1S44 Rodfjei-s  SPECIALTY  Clocks, Etc.  Bj-cs.' Flat Ware.  WATCH REPAIRING  (S^'<ir4!������W^M*MW<W4*M(<W^ &U<V������4'^^V^<^,|t<rM������C*������W������  fr  .f  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ��������� fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  JOHN D. SIBBALD,  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  -A.G-IEj.-TI'   FOE.  DpAT    F<sTATP 1 r- ''��������� '������������������ ''������������������iwxsiTK.  SX.CH.Lj   ES 11X1 L j >| a ISA TOW XMI'I'ii.  FINANCIAL- Eg  Cmiti'lii l'erniiinpiil .t Western  Uitiiiulii .Miii'Ikh.;'! C**Tpiii'iiiloi!.  quituble '.'hvIiiks Lonn mid Hull.ling  INSURANCE!  |ggK  GOAD ran SAMO,  As.intilatidii.  lie .(inutile l*'lre.  Iiu;i(M*!n! 1'li'L*.      (limnltun 1'ln*.  11 I*'lrii.      Ctilutloiiiim Kiro.  riitin.11 I,llu.       Alius Kiro.  JIOUS1CS FOIt SALIC AND HUNT.  ������������������������������.ReveIstoke Station.  fr  fr  fr  *���������  **>  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  **���������  fr  fr  fr  fr  !���������>  fr  fr  * fc^^-***'*W>*:ftfcp^>..i-������*:^i'>;������!^  J. A. Darragh Tells, the World  About Some Fish River  Propositions.  "Ti'imspoi'tiition is all wo need to  make Fish ci'eek district one of the  most, productive of the minernl camps  in the province," \v;is the expression  of ,T. A. DiiLTiigh this^morning.'  Mr. Darnigh is liuinnging director of  the Wide AVesfc Mining On., which  operates in the Lurtleaii district, and  has properties on Fish creek.  "We expect that the railroad now  being built* by the C. P. R. will reach  Fish creek next year, und then all the  mines which are located there will  become   shippers. There    is   now  enough ore in sight to warrant the  construction of a railroad, and till the  owners arc waiting for better facilities.  Development work is proceeding on  all sides'; and somo of the properties  are shipping under (ho present conditions."'  ,The WidOjWest Co. are interested  in several claims situated on Fish  creek at the head of Poole creek.  \These are. the Wide West, Lttkeview,  "OWlarioiM^d^Hillsider^ill~silvKri_leii"dr  and progressing finely. There are between '.OKI iind *J()0 feet of tunnels  driven, and thu showing is good. On  the 118-foot depth 11 M-inch vein of  high grade galena was struck which  went $87 to I.he ton, antl JjSla.'IO gold.  Every square inch of ground in this  vicinity is taken up, and all along the  creeks there are signs of industry.  The Imperial Co. are operating on 21  claims, known 11s the JOva group; the.  Double SOagle Cn. have made a magnificent showing on the .Moscow, on  Pool creek twod miles from the eon--  fltuiiice uf l'"ish nntl Pool: the JCelipse  Co. have run 2T,'.) feet of tunnels on the  ICclip.se, immediately below the .Moscow, and have struck at 20-foot lead;  Harvey JSros. have a good lead on the  property adjoining the ICclipse; F. F.  Kuliner lias a remarkably fine proposition in the Deatrice in the same  neighborhood.  "A.s I came out," Mr. Darragh s.'iitl,  ���������'the North western .Development  Syndicate hail made another strike on  thc  MMascaz_2___K. '  Many,   men   have   many  minds in the matter of dress '  , ��������� but the dictates of fashion"'  must be-considcrcd. "  We,make the clothes you  want, .correct in style, ofthe  best material, and in a faultless manner.  There's real distinctiveness in thc garments we  make. .-,'-.  ���������Our stock is the largest  , and .best assorted in the citv  WYour Patroiia ge1 SolicitedI    J".    IB.    GRBSSMA1T,  ^ ���������   lhe Art tailor,  Mackenzie'Ave.  WE AK.I0 OPENING -UP OUR SECOND .CAR ! In a dav or  two we shall have Hverything in line, when we. shall he pleased to  see you. Our goods have all been made to'our order. Thev 'are not  old .warehouse worn goods that are shipped out here and palmed off  as new���������the same as many goodu that conie'oiit here, and sold  millionaire prices.    WATCH THIS SPACE NENT ISSUE'  :tt  ���������Now is tho time to leave your  orders for fall and winter overcoats  Best of workmen and material. It. S.  Wilson.  At the Methodist church .tomorrow  evening Madam McKenzie will sing'  the solo "The Detter Land."  There will be an entertainment in  the Methodist church ou Tuesday  evening. I to v. Mr. Turner has made  arrangements lo talk oh Klondike,  and will be pleased "to renew his old  Kevelsioke aeqiiaiitunces on that  occasion. The" Ladies Aid will serve  refreshments at theclose. A collection  will  be taken.  Lauder's Bakery  l-'or urcrytliing Krcs'li ami New  <!������)  FIU11T  0AKJ.        .MADEIRA CAKK  Sl'ONGB CAKE     SCOTCH CAKE.  I.ADY FINGERS - MACCAKOONS  CURRANT IIU.N'S UINNEK ROLLS  l'L'I'T I'ASTHY      I'I ES.  TAUTLUTS RUSKS for infants  OUR SPECIALTY:     DECORATED 0AKES..  Prompt delivery to nny part of town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  rVm/-:  Camborne group, which is alree  milling gold property, and I met A. I*\  K/).s������;tibergrr, managing director. The  company is about to push the-work  vory vigorously 1111 this and the  Oynter group.  "We have a grent iiislrict in the  I.ardenu and fjrilisli Columbians  should be proud of il. Mayor Hancock, of Michigan, who was there a  short time ago, was so impressed wilh  the showings, that he telegraphed back  t.o his people that the ore was unlimited and was rich beyond .comprehension, ft is hard,, to convey any  idea of the magnitude of the body of  ore which exists there, or its value,  but even one ivbo is nota practical  man would not need to be told anything about thc country were lie to  sse it once."i  Mr. Darragh will spend some time  in the city, and is a guest at the Hotel  DoininionWAVorlilvH..  In thc County Court of Kootenay Holden  at Fort Steele :-���������  NOTICE IS IlERERY GIVEN thai on the 17th  ��������� liiy of Ociolicr, l'JOl, It wiii ordered by His  Honour .1. A. l-'orln, Esq., of llio said Court,  that James l'eri.'iisoi������ Armstrong,'- Oliicial  Administrator of iho County of Kootenay, be  iidiiiiiilstriilnrof all and singular tho Estate of  William E. Host, of Ferguson, II. C, deceased,  interstate. 1,  Every jierson Indebted tn the said deceased  fu rcr-nlrcd to jnukc payment forthwith to tlie  undersigned.  Everv person having-in possession effects  lieltin^'ini; to the dece-o.e.1 is required forthwith 10 notify  the undersigned.  Every creditor, or other person, having any  claim iipon or interest iu thc distribution of  thu personal e**tnu* of the said deceased is required within thirty days of this dale lo send  by registered letter addressed to the undersigned, his name and address, and the full  particulars of his claim or interest, and a  statement of his account, nnd the nature of the  security, (if any) held by him.  After the expiration of the said thirtv days  tbe Administrator will proceed with the distribution of llie estate, having regard to those  claims only of wnieh he shall havehad notice  Dated at Fort Steele this 17th day of October.  19M.  JAMES FERCU80H ARM8TR0NC,  Oct. 31-td. Official Administrator.  Mi  Laces and Braids"  m  A  1  m  Tj& MADISON PARLORS.  Wi ~  tyy Misses Sheppard & Bel!  A large range of Point Lace,  Iliu-licss nnd Battenburg  Druids, Stumped Designs,  Slumped Linens, Embroidery  - Needles, Hooks, Ac.  P.erlln nnd Zephyr Wools, all  shades, Slipper Soles, Valcn-  scicnccs Lace, Insertion.  Call at thc .,���������,      -  McKenzie Avenue  OC'iS  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, la again open to  the public. Meals served at all  hoars.  "���������������-       ji  A. REBUCHESE,  Propj

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