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 p  ���������'������������������  ll  I  I)  W-  ft  >  V  ��������� I  I  ���������A)  1/  /  y  A "O  y /,-^y  Vol    V.  No 89  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER 13, 1901.  $2 00 a Year in Advance  iMW*NM*������M<f^^<M'4**MY4'������l<������M  The largest* and most i'Oin]iloti>  stuck  in  Jvoolenay.  TIIK MALTF.SK UltANl). Kip  nml J-iuee Boots, nlso Laced :ind  1 und 2 Uuekle LuiiiLciiiioh'.s  Sunn Proof Hoots. These particular lines of Rubber Goods  .���������nis guaranteed hy us.  Ladies', Wont's and Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  and  A large importation and a complete assortment of SLATJOH'S  famous IJools and Shoes. King's  mul Boll's Boots nnd Slices,  Weston's Youths' und Children's Boots a.ml Shoes. Tha  nhove nre the very hest huot  und Shoo manufacturers in  Canada and the goods' aro  warranted tho hest on the  market.  TE  ai.  !T\S    f^iTSBB&BlPB! town was entirely in f.ivor of a central  I  ������     UyWPSwiL fire hall and not of   another   lire   hull  down there, lie thought a bylaw for  i central hall would carry but one to  build another one in the old town  would not. lie for one would vote  against it.  . I Aid. Bourne said in that case a bve-  Petition for a Bylaw to Raise |lliw. _���������,.,,. ..central m.0 hlU1 should "be  Money to Build a Central Hre ! introduced.  Decides to ask Ward   Three   to  CARPETS,  RUGS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECIAL REDUCTION for  this month in CARPETS AHC RUGS  ���������Beautiful selections���������choice  Patterns. -  The Linoleums are directly imported and are first-class in  every respect.  Flannel and  Flannelettes  Our 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  XVe have just received a new  line of the above articles and  placed' them a for sale. Special  Bargains in WHITE WOOL  Blankets. " i1  AVe are showing a splendid line  of T.*ihie  Cloths���������bleached  un-  bleached.   colored.  Towellings,  -'-Pilliiw--Wasiug.s���������Sheetings���������all-  widt hs. ������  G-loyes!!  Gloves!!!  .lust rereiveil an assorted shipment* of Ladies' Kid Gloves  imported from Fraee.  A Complete Line  of Groceries  As usual, our stock of Groceries  mil the very best obtainable in  the markets* nf thu world. Every  article Fresh. I'uivhani'd in  carload lots regularly every  mouth.   .  Gent's  Furnishings  0,nr lilies in this Department  are.most complete 'and we  carry a carefully selected stock.  Tliey include the Latest Styles  in Hate���������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.  ties  ���������_���������.������������������>.  XVe are showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  W4m"1f4r4[4HHHI4Hr*4*4r**e4f**(4*+4  CB.HUME&CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Co  and Bennett Fuse.  Hall.  Met   on   Friday   evening   as  usual.  Present the Mayor, Aid. Ahriihainson.  McLeod, McCarty, Bum ne,Taylor.  ClIUltKSl'UN'llICNl.l*:  The lievelstoke Wat-jr, Light -v.-  Power Co. notified lhe council that  ciimmrni'iiig willi Nov. JM. the rale  for lhu lights iu both lhe halls would  he IT, cents npiec.*, lhe .-aid lights being  u**eil the same length ul' time n.*- the  street lights; the city clink was instructed lo notify thu company of the  number ol' lighls required all night iu  the fire hall. In another letter the  company allowed Ihe lentnl for the  hydrants during the month of August.  $:M, hut at the same time declared  that, the blame foi the shortage ol'  water lay with the council, whicli had  left unanswered roi.-ii'Pts to take  united action with the company to  remedy the shoitage pending the sale  of the company's; plant to the city: the  compnny further requested that their  accounts for hydrant lenlal should be  paid monthly in future, instead of  quarterly. In a third communication  the company notified the council that  the agreement for the sale of the. plant  to the city was void hy lapse uf time;  further that the .agreement between  the company and the city for rental  of hydrants and rates "of street lights  expired in Aug. 1000 and that these  rates are now open questions. T.  Steed complained that his fence had  been covered with dirt by workmen,  employed hy the city last April in  digging the drain on Front St., referred P. W. committee.  rETITION-S  Residents of Ward Three petitioned  to have the west end "placed on an  equal footing with the east end with  legard to a fire hall or else to have a  central flre hall erected aud'to have  the fire alarm system placed in order  otherwise they would be compelled lo  take lugal proceeding against the  council. The petition was tnimerously  signed.  The mayor said that in his opinion  something hud got .to, be,done .in the  matter. -'��������� "' '���������'- '  Aid. McCarty said he had been  absent from town this week but after  Tuesday he would be able to- give the  whole week to the matter of the  alarm system. He thought more poles  would certainly have to be put in.  The mayor said that either the  council had to take some action or the  Third Ward would have to\ do something themselves.  Aid. McCarty said he* would rather  build a new fire hall than go to the  expense of fixing up. the Gold Hill.  If the people wanted a central fire  hall hi*! would approve of it-  Aid. Abrahamson said that he bad  always been in favor of a central fire  hall on account of the double expense  of maintaining the two stations.  Aid. McLeod asked where the  money was to come from to do anything.  , Aid. Taylor said his idea was to  make the present fire hall as suitable  as possible for the winter. But he was  against buildihg.a tower on a building  "wliicirTiiiglTt'Jfave to~l)e"al)iirfdoiieil7r  The mayor said the first council had  been in favor of a central fire hall, but  at that time no central location coiild  he obtained. It was decided to put up  a temporary hall in Ihe east end. Instead the present building had been  put up, anchoring the fire hall where  it was and appropriations used for the  purpose, whicli had no business to bu  used lor the purpose. The question  raised hy the petition before the  council was simple. They v������ri\s asked  either to tentrali/.e the file hall or else  put up another one similar to this in  the old lown. Hi; asked for a motion  dealing with the petition.  There wis considerable more discussion, which the mayor cut -.hurt Instill ing that if no decision wns. arrived  at lie would instruct the clerk tii  notify the petitioners th.it the council  was incompetent to deal v. ith the  matter.  Aid. llr.urno said he would wish to  see a petition put in'for a bylaw lo  raise $2000 to put up ,*i fireball similar  to the oue in existence.  Aid. McCarty said he expected lo  see a good deal more life in town next  j-ear and he would not like to see a  second bylaw defeated. .  Aid. McLeod said that it was no  good bringing in bylaws, if aldeimen  were to go round town urging people  to vote against it as had happened in  the case of lhe other one. He did not  think the bylaw would pass, if it was  brought in.  The mayor asked Aid. MeLeod how  be sized the people ot the lown up, if  he thought lhe>y would vote against a  proposition to place all bauds on an  equal footing. He would like to see a  bylaw introduced to pul tip a central  fire hall and let the people vole on it.  As for ii bylaw to put up another $200(1  lira hall in the old town he would vole  against that himself though he did  live down there.  Aid. Abrahamson said that the  opinion   of   the   residents   of  the old  Aid, McCarty was in favor of getting  the petilion for a central lire hall  circulated at. once and a bvlaw prepared and pul to the people.  Aid. Abrahamson was'instructed to  get such a petition circulated at  once.  A petition was presented from  residents in that vicinity for a light  on the. electric light pole opposite .Mr.  Bull's house on Boyd Ave. The clerk  was instructed to notify thu Electric  Light, company to ptttone in at that  point.  ixijuilill*:s.  In answer to Aid. Abrahamson the  mayor said he thought, a few loads of  gravel should certainly he put in at.  some of the crossings, which were  getting positively dangerous, before  the frost comes. - The chairman of  Public Woiks was instructed to do the  necessary repairs. In answer to Aid.  -McLeod, Aid. McCarty said that he  had lint one light in on FirstSt. at the  point asked for'but that the street  ended at Mr. Lewis' house and that if  one was put in further on it would be  on C. P. II. property. In answer to  Aid. Abrahanison, Aid. McCarty said  be was under the impression that the  light asked for at Mr. Birney"s residence hud been put in. Thn city .clerk  was instructed to order lights on  Kobson Ave. and FirstSt. and at Mr.  I lirney's residence. Aid. Bourne said  a light should be put in between his  store and the old custom house and  that IhoC. P. P.. should be- asked to  light the platform at the back of the  station,.whicli was a very dangerous  spot. There should be another one  put in at tho road going.down to the  skating rink opposite Mr. R. Samson.s  residence. ���������  The clerk was instructed to write  the C. P. 11. company asking for  better-lighting arrangements at their  hack platform.  .i '. /  -Hospital Board  The hospital board met on Monday  with Supt/'Kilpatrick, the president,  in the chair. The report of the building committee was adopted and it'was  resolved to lreufc-the-buildihg-*hy^"h'6t''  water instead of hot air. lb was fur.  ther resolved to make application at  once fora muse from' the Victorian  order, to do duty as district nurse,  under tbe auspices of the hoard, until  the hospital is completed. .   '  The Winners of the Medals for  Grand Aggregate During the  Season's Weekly Shoots���������A  Tournament for Next Spring.  The following are the names ol the  winners of the Revelstoke Gun Club  medals (nr lhe season of 1001. The  medals are given for the lirst and  second highest average iu lhe weekly  practice shoots, 20 birds unknown  traps and angle--.  Class A���������A. .1. .McDonell, average  lil S-t), gold iiicil.il: .1. ff. Barber. 11 13 10  silver medal.  Class B-T. E. L. Taylor, !) 1-IJ. gold  button; A. E. IMiipps. 2nd, !> 1-1*1.  A. McRieiinil It. A. Upper are both  well up in class A.  The club is in good linanei.il standing  with a plentiful stock of birds ou baud  for next season. In the early part of  the coming season a tournament will  be given, one of the altiactions of  which will be a live bird shoot. The  grounds are iu splen lid shape and if  the city pound bylaw was made effective and the owners of sheep, cattle,  elc, compelled to keep them from  straying round within tin; corporation  limits, the task of keeping lhe grounds  in order   would   not   come.  expensive on Ihe club.  nearlv so  The Revelstoke Route by the  Columbia ahd Canoe Takes  the Prospector  Through   the  Country he Wants to Get at;  j  Speaking to the.lllsnAT_D the "other  Jay a well luipwii Kevelstoke mining  mail.',who is well acquainted both with  the Cariboo and J3ig Bund, noticed as  a peculiar coincidence that the placer  strike on Enreka creek was aniinouiic-  ed about three days after the IIehalu  had pointed out the great possibility  of rich placet" ground being yet discovered in lhe* very little known, and  explored region lying west of Canoe  "River-sind the-Big-Bentl of.the*Columbia. It is ptecisely* in" this direction  that the new find is located and our  informant ha:l no hesitation in saying  that if he goes into.-the Horsefly,  country .himself next spring, as 1 e  may do, he will   go   by   way   of   tie  Columbia and C.inoe Ki.*.cr and theme,  overland to lb*; Clearwater. Thia  route gives the advantage of a long  si retch of waterway and once the  river is left the piospeclor .it once  begins lo traverse ground in whicli  every creek and gulch is worth attention. It is very little use going in by  the very diHicult Horsefly route  through a region already well  tiavelled and prospected. The prospector wants to get east beyond the  now strikes, as Eureka and Empire  creeks are aheady bnlb completely  taken up. Tbe Columbia and Canue  Rivnr route will put bim right where  be wants to bo, on fresh ground right  in line of the great strike oT pay placer  across thc country rrom Cariboo to  the Big Bend. The JluitAl.l) entirely  endoises this opinion, which calls tor  renewed efforts on tho part of our  business men to get the Columbia*  Canoe llivei route water route opened  up without delay. If something  definite could o.nly bo announced at  once wilh regard l.o the tramway al  Death Rapids, the HlciiAl.l) U of lhc  opinion that it would be possible to  get lhe capital already so heavily  interested above Death Rapids to.stait  the construction of a second steamer  to ply from Twelve Mile to the mouth  of Canoe Ki ver this winter, so as to  havo il ready by spring. If this could  be done, we could offer inducements,  which would attract considerable  trallie, at, once to prospectors wishing  lo get on the spot of tbe new placer  fields by a quick ami easy route.  Lecture on Socialism  Last night J. W. Cameron of Victoria, the organi'/ter of the Provincial  Socialist Party, held a meeting at the  Selkirk Hall. The meeting was poorly-  ad vertised and some people, who did  know about it were under the impression it was lo be held in the opera  house. Tbis coupled with tbe bad  weather and important meetings in  three lodges accounted for a rather  poor attendance.. Mr, Cameron gave  a very interesting and instructive  address shewing the- results nf the;  pi"sent competitive system and  outlining the policy of the socialist  party, which is to keep the most  important immudiate requirements to  the front, that selected being for the  present direct legislation, the initiative  and referendum. iir., Cameron is  suffering from'an abscess iii the neck,  the result ot .a ' blow fiom a -stone  .thrown at him by .a, .boy,, .while, ,.\was  ���������'add"tvsfsiri;g'a>sme'eting" at*Tlnrl iitfttcinr  Wash., three days after tbe assassination of President McKinley/, "Bolh,"  said the speaker, "were the results of  anarchy," and he expressed an opinion  lhat the boy would live to regret his  action. !=...'  ������>3>������������������e������SXS*3X������^^  DRY  GOODS, GLOTKSKC, BOOTS MD SJSGES,ITEM'S  FURNISHINGS.  THERE are few home wants that can-     not be supplied_at this Store. .This'  particularly 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 the wealth of choice our widely  assorted stock affords, and your surprise  will rise to perfect amazement as you  behold the beauty of design and' finish,  S and note the worthiness of the immense  I  ) 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. ������    ,-  Your verdict must be that everything  is a monev-savcr.  BARGAINS  ***-  week.       Our  Bargains arc, Seasonable and in every  case up-Lo-clafc. You will find economics in all the Departments. Supposing it is Boois and Shoes, Clothing,  Dry Goods or Gent's Eurni.sllings,  ���������in fact these lines arc' till sold lo you  at our Drv Goods Prices.  i Store oo  nzie Ave.  E1D  MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.  Terrible Storms Raging   Round  .   the Coasts of Great Britain and  Ireland���������London Police   Prohibit an Anarchist Meetiug.  Odi-.ssa, Nov. i:..���������-The  Mandlevitch ,  building, one nf the finest blocks in  Odi-sa. which included a fashionable  arcade of shops, has been destroyed by  fire. Two person*: perii-hud in lhe  (lames and '33 others weie injured. The  loss amounted to l.tHHJ.0*A) rouble.-'.  London-. Nov. V.i��������� Violent wind.-,  rain and .-.in.wsloruis are l(.ported  from all lhe coasts of tin* United  Kingdom. A fierce gale i.*. blowing iu  the Kngli-.li Channel and mountainous  seas are running. Ship- everywhere  are running for shelter. A tremendous  storm witli lurrenls of rain is sweeping tin* north uf Mritain ami Ireland.  Heporls are continually arriving nf  shipping casualties. Five vessels have  baen wrecked in JCingslown harbur.  The mail boat from Hover for Calai.-.  ran down the lightship of* tin* works  or the Dover pier. The crew of tlie  lightship on which' there were Ki  person.-., were, all drowned.  n.-i.'Ni-i*', Nov. V.i.��������� The Grand View  Hotel af iianlV "owned by A. JJ.  Wright and located right at llie Hot  Springs, was burned on Monday  niglit.  Tabloid Telegramsr  Poer casualties since "Nov. -Ith fire  6'3 killed. 105 wounded, 101 raptured  and AT, surrendered.  An anarchist meeting "lo commemorate the legal murder of the Chicago  miarchists,"' was prohibited by tlie  police of London, England, yesterday.  Former President Stoughion of the  Wisconsin National" bank has been  captured in Chicago after a two and a  half year's chase. He defaulted with  $20,030.  The Lardeau District.  That the Lardeau is a section of high  grade ores is demonstratfd by the ,:  smelter returns that are being received from the ores that are being shipped  from thoro. In the map .'which.*rwas.,'  recency jssupil_ofithe"Larclea'u]dUti*ict;';;  wliich'included Fish-(jreek. aiid' the  Upper Duncan; and which .embraces  portions of the Trout Lake. Lardeau  and Ainsworth" divisions, about 1,400  claims are'shown. Allot" these with"  the exception of a very few located  near the banks of the northeast arm  of Upper Arrow Lake, will be tributary to the branch railway which the  Canadian Pacific liailway is now  building" from Lardo on Kootenay  Lake to the northeast arm of Upper  Arrow Lake. Many of the claims in  the section were slaked ten years since  and their owners, in a number of  instances, have been waiting patiently  for thu time when the country would  be opened by a railway, and now that  the road.is being built lhe hopes of  these men who have remained with  the district, confident' of its merit,  should be rewarded.  Tbe railway will open up as rich  11' section as has yet been, found in  British Columbia. It'has veiy rich  silver-lend properties as well as those  which carry gold, silver copper and  lead.    In addition -to._this_.it .has   an  rjjrjrjjj,irj.rjr.sr#.rj^  extensive free milling gold bell .which  will now be rapidly developed as the  advent of the railway will make it  possible.  AlTreiiuoufc intervals strikes, like 0  that made on the Horseshoe, which  was published iu Saturday's issue of  The. Minor, are heard of and only  attract passing attention. The Unit;  was, and only a few yearn ago, when  the report of a strike like this would  have caused a stampede. The ore of  the 1 loi'sealioo from near, the .-,urf,i,.e  goes :>,02o ounces or .*j'l.SI() to the ton.  This is a linnanza value.  The Lardeau has tlit**: advantage,  the ores are of such high grade and  the ground, it not hard and the-e  qualities make it possible for poor men  to develop mines. F.nuugh oie can lie ,  taken out during the operations to  not on)y pay for the work, but u>  leave a profit, and in this respect the  section has advantages over nearly all  (he other mining di.-tricls of the province. Thc* smtltcr returns from the*  Triune and other shipping mines have ������  been extraordinarily large and stamp  1 he section as one of great merit.  Stimulated by the prospect of  transportation there has been re-*  ncwed activity in the Lardeau section,  tiibutary to the railway branches  under construction, during the several  months pasl, so that when the road is  read;.- to receive oro there will lie a  l.irge tonnage available. When the  road is finished, too. there will be an  opportunity of getting in tools,  machinery and supplies at a much less  cost for Uan.-portation than ,at present, as everything has now to be  packed. The district should, during  the coining season, be the scene of  much activity, and doubtless many  fortunes are awaiting the energetic  and the enterprising in this rich,  countrv.���������Nelson Miner. j^n's Journal.  I'll 111 IslK'il liy  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Miuuigliif. Director.  bised on  abandoned   stakes   and   poll  boles and square miles.    II'   this argil-  ������8^^^^5^^S^S^^^^S^B'������MS^^^I^SffiMl  \*i*  A Somi-Weekly Jonrniil 'published in Hit*  iutt*rti.sls of tlu* railway men. niinin-r men unit  liii-lnt'ss men til" llie West. Days of Publication  Uiiiliuisilay and Saturday.  ADVKimsixc; haths.  Display ads,, ?1.50 per inch; single column,  ti pur inch when inserted on litle pape  l.ojjul ads., Ill cents per Inch (noiipttriel) line  for lirst Insertion; o eenis for each additional  insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line eaeli  issue. Uirtli, Marriage and Death Notices  free.  SltliSCIIIITION   1MTKS.  T.y mall or I'lirrier taper annum; ? l.'ii for  six montlis, slrietly lit advance.  01*11 JOll Dia'AIiTMKNT. ,  lsone of the best equipped priulin^ofliee** in  the West und prepared lo execute all kind.*, of  priming fu lirstelass style ut liouesi priees.  Oue price to all. No job loo large���������none too  miall���������forus. Mail orders promptly auended  to.   Hive us a trial on your next order.  TO COKKESl-ONDEST-i.  We invite cnrrespniidenen ou any Mil-jpct  of Interest lo the general public, hi all cii*.*.*,  Ilie bona lide name of the writer musi uct'otn-  pauv manuscript, bul noi ueeesmrily for  publication.  Aililrcsi all comtnunleations to the Manager.  NOTICK TO COIllliai'ONIjlISTs.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   he    legihlv  written ou one side of the paper only.  ���������-'.���������Correspondence     containing       personal  mailer must be .signed wilh llie proper  iiuuii*  of the writer.  II. ... (IKOGA.N,  L'dicor.  W'KllNKSmV,   XllVIi.MlllJl!  lo, 1001.  REDIS TR1B UTION.  Tn ils great regret the JlMltAl.n has  not always found it possible to see eye  to eye with 3Ir. J. .Al. Kellie. This  time, howaver, we gladly endorse the  sentiments which he expressed in a  letter lo the Nelson Tribune dealing  with the scheme of redistribution outlined some time ago by thai paper, a  scheme wliich has received a considerable amount of attention, quite as  much on account of the fact lhat it  presumably represents tlie opinions of  a politician who, as a member of tbe  legislature and supporter of the,present  government, is in a position to force  his ideas into material shape, asl'rom  any merit possessed by the scheme itself. .Mr. Kellie points out the tremendous disproportion of represent ;i-  lion, 12 members out of J J, which the  Tribune scheme would give southeast  Yale-Cariboo.    He says:  '���������One stands appalled at the unmitigated nerve displayed by the Tribune  iu ils advocacy of such an iniquitous  measure; 12 members working in uni-  *nn in the interests of southeast llritish  Columbia would dominate the legislature and carry any measure, and  smash .-my government lhat failed to  meet their demands. That section has  been coddled and nursed and has had  all the resources of the provincial and  dominion governments at their* beck  and call for years, to the neglect of  other portions just as promising, just  as rich in minerals, and destined to become just as populous when favored  with transportation facilities. Kail-  wiys have been pushed into southeast  British Columbia from every quarter,  the Crow's Nest, Kaslo & Slocan, Ked  Mountain. Columbia <t Kootenay,  Trail and Rossland, Columbia it Western, and Nelson & Fort Sheppard railways stretch their lines in every direc-  1 ion. Bonuses lavished with a prodigal hand in land and money have been  given in aid of these railways. If other  portions of the province had received  the same fair and generous treatment  ���������in being favored with railway transportation thnt has been accorded the  . developed,   prosperous .regions to-the  Vt  /if?  i  i  is?.  ment holds jjoud why give, as Ihe  Tribune does', one member for Cnssi. 1', i .**gC  U iriboo and Ihe Lillian*!.**.' inr each l.'I.U  of population because tbey are spursu-  ly settled and undevrli.|>i'd di.-lriclbl*'  flow (an \vt* in Norlh Kooienay  expect to receive lair play from lhe  Donii lion and Provincial governments  when we find a sheet managed by lhe  member for a neighboring riding, so  ready lo belittle and decry our  resource*-:1 Well may Mr. Kellie  protest against giving such an overwhelming proportion of political  power to the south ridings i.f Yale*  Kootenay, if the Tribune slight- and  .-lurs arr a foretaste ni' lhe I real ment  in store I'or in when they get it.  "Abandoned slakes und potholes and  square mil.i.-!" What wa.- ihe whole  oi Kootenay ten years ago but  abandoned slakes run! potholes and  .xqti.'irc miles, ll is .*iii:.*i.'..iii_> Io >ec  how success will turn .i in.in'.*, heml,  Uneof the chief l.ictors in bringing  soulh Koolenny to the front Ibrongh  lhu long years of public neglect,  government iiulill'cieiicti ' nud hope  deferred, through whiih lhe di-lricl  like scores of other mining camps,  passed in its days of small beginning...  was the Tribune and ils editor John  Houston. And now we lind Ihe same  paper and the same man contempt.i-  otisly talking aliout a district, oi which  he evidently knows very little as a  country of abandoned stakes, potholes  and square miles. Such a sneer can only  be the olfspring of di.-like and jealousy.  The Tribune knows right well that  once North Kootenay is opened up and  opened up .it will be within the  next ten years, there is a wealth of i  natural resources in lhe district, which  will overshadow even the phenomenal  riches wliich Lhe progress made in lhe  last leu years has revealed in the soulh  section of the wonderful Jvoolenay  country. It knows that llie pie-cnt  position of Nelson as lhe distributing  cr-nter of th'.* dislricl is uncertain and  insecure, and that ils continuance depends ou lhe development of North  JvooUmiy being retarded. Hence  these ilouf and gibes aiul sneers. But  the HiiuAi.D can assure lhe Tribune  that ils labor is in vain. North Kootenay is going to go ahead, and nothing  spiteful thai its editor can say, or  nothing that as member he can do,  will stop it. This is the day of the  political1 power of Nelson and the  south. They had better use thai period  very cannily, liccaus" it is destined to  be verv brief.  *<&���������������&-.  jf IS IN THE HEART OF  THE GREAT FREE  GOLD   CAMP  i ON   FISH   RIVER.  ONLY FOUR MILES FROM  NAVIGABLE WATERS. -  Two and One-Half Hours take you to the Main Line of the Canadian Pacific .-Railway'.  A place of Great Business Possibilities.  Now i.s the lime to make your choice of Lots.  CAMBORNIi will be an important place on the Arrowhead and Kootenay -Railway Line as it istribulary   to   Pool   Creek  wliich has large-numbers of Mineral   Properties   under diflcrcnt-stages   of  development.      The properties now being opened  up " Tlie Imperial Development Syndicate "and the   Northwestern  Development4,-'Syndicate are almost iit  its  door,  besides'  I'ree Gold Propositions, Lead, Silver and Copper Properties arc within four miles. -  Hi  M  Agent.  ;^'^*5>9xi ra5s^i(Sffi_z^_ca*;  N07TE AND COMMENT.  lb letter than riolies -.'.;.  '. --.;���������'.;^*-r-.  We havo tho.nmnc of. making ;;  the only Stylish Buils in Town,  ���������for   diirabiliiy/ and   (|na!iLy   ;'"���������'  tliey ��������� also.:excel; ',  ^���������~-~-7_y' ������������������' -rpv:n>jF::;;;  R. S;#raLS{)N  Next ;the McCarty Block..-; "yy  In the County Goiirt of Kootenay Holden  at fort:.s-tec\D::~::y'y:y:yy;:y:':7777;  wotick is iii*:s'KnV','civivK.'t'iintoiVtYio:.i7i'it-  it ilny of October,'IMil, it was ordered* In- His  Honour .1. .V.'.ForiniJCsci.yof"tlii* said Court.7  Unit .lame*, .Ferguson-v Armstrong,; Oliicial.  . Vd in iiii**iraior: of. the. County of:;K(iolenay;:. bu  administrator, of ill 1 ami .singular thii -Ksttite.of  William K. lloss, <U.l*-orgiisonV.'B.lJ.M deceased,  south,   the results   would Ik* just   as  phenomenal.  "If tliu Tribune imagines the baluucc  of the m.-iinliiiid has not been favored  wilh an equal shar������ oi natiir.il endowments that is in evidence within ils  sphere of influence, ive aie afraid it is  destined * to ;i rude awakening, ft is  not so long ago that the whole of Koo-  lenay elected a member with 13 votes.  'Wi.-.-.t ICooteiiiiy only polled 1.17 vinua  in Ist);). lu Trail Oeuk mining divi-  lion in IS!) I only 10 votes \vi*i*e polled  at tho provincial .���������lerlion, yet the Tribune, in face of these f.ir-lr,, mlvocaies  llie tli.sfriiiu'hi-*etneiit of a Im-fce area  ��������� if country . b.iseil ou the aisuinpLinn  lb.it it in neccHMiiry bu* a section of  coiinliy to have .'1,1.11 of a. population  to entitle it to a. member. K-velsluke  'filing i Mprcsentatives*. instead of being  cut, olT, hhould In* iiicieascd. Its great  I'l'.iourcvs ie*i*uiri.> tin* host atliMition  and flTortti of nut only one bur several  lepteientatives to iiiiiii**ti*i' lo its re  ��������� plii'pini-iils. It is a co'inl iv li'i'ining  with mineral wealth, ,inil capable* of  sustaining u population of ten thousand people.  A redistribution bill framed on lhc  lines indicated by the Tribune bodes  no good to the undevelope;el port ions  of Ihe northern wilderness. It is calculated to secure a heavy voLe centered  in one soction of the province to be in  a position to hog the earth."  To thi.s the Tribune replies that the  portion of east and west Kootenay  north of the C.P.K. is an uninhabited  wilderness and that representation in  legislative nsseiiiblies  cannot _|ivi*ll   be  The council .numbing last Friday  night brought things to a point. The  petition rrom AV'ard li brought the  question of lire protection to a i'oeus  and the mayor kepi the discission  limited to the points of thi* petition.  There was nothing for it but to  assent either._to_,p'.:t up a proper fire  hall in Ward 3 or to establish a central  lire hall iu the middle of the town.  The representatives of the lower town  then made it perfectly plain that however much aggrieved they and ihei  constituents considered themselves at  the deplorable negle*ct of fire protection atVairs there by the council,  still thev would vote against what  they considered wasting public funds  in   putting   up    another   building   to  -purpet-nutc'^-T-he prrs-e tt:  system, even though it wa*? to be put  up in their own ward. .So the In���������  troductio.'i eif a bylaw Ui lxirrnw  memey to eivcl. a central lire hall became inevitable.  1-vcry pi-ri-on inilL'bteU to tlie saiil .deocascil  i.**. .-(...inired lo make payment.forihwitli/to llio.  iiniler>igiicil**:v.,:;* ��������� yy.L.:.yyy.y.yyL.LLLy-yyLry-LLLLy^y:  Kvery ]ier'soii having :iii: possession erfucts.  b.'!onirLii*r lo tlie,.iiei**!*isctl; is required, fortli*  willi to notify;ihe>'uiiaersignctt;:^^^^-*.'7:vK  Kvcry crcilitar,"or other.jierspn. ;linviiit;'iitiy  fliiiin upon or interest in ;tlio ilistribution ;o"f  tlie *ier.sonnresta*.e.of llie said det'eased. is.'re-  ejtiired w iiliin.iliirty days oi this date: to ��������� send  by r*.*^isieri:d,letter addressed .to ;thc under-:  signed, liih name/and -address,.: and..the. full  par lieu la r*. of .his.elai in* oi*. interest/ ;'and a  Miileiuenl of his account, and tlie nature of.the  i-ecurity, (il any) held, by: hi in7.;7-,-...   ..; ..-77v.. . *:!  After the expiration of tlie said thirtydays  I hi* Adiniiii-lnitor.ivill ; proeoed- willi the 7������li*s-  tribution of the estate, having re-.iird.lo -those  claim*, only of which heshall have had notice "������������������  Dated nt Fort Steele this 17tli diivof October.  1901. iyy,::y..:y'L :y:Ly,-rrLL.,,LL:L[..L-y-yy':-..Ly..  JAHES FERGUSON ARMSTRONG^7     "  Oct. 'J'i-i.l.:.;-.; -..Oliicial .Vdnilnistratnr.  Notice io Co-Ownei's^  To ilicHAT:n:>rcpiAKJitri.:;>*..:.:'"''Ly::LyL.,'LyLy.yyLL  fiider Mineral7 Act ' 1S97 .. and, airicitdiuenIs  tliere to, notice, is, hereby, ^iveu- that we, Louise  Leon tine llrali'aih aiid,: Gus: Lund., liave^per-  formed all the assessment work on the "Golden  Kajfie" minf.ral claim, si in aledou.11 lie, divide  beiween 1-rench and MeCnlloek;Creeks. ai;the7  li*'arl of Uroiind -'. Hot' Basin in tlie.Bii* Hend  l)i-triet of West Kootenay, located Killi Sep*7  temljtT, l'a'Jt: and recorded,21- September,' IS'.Jli  and that Richard :7jreDiarraid the :-recordc*d  owner of one-halt-interesv; In said mineral  claim ha.-, neglected to :do7 his share :of the  work or to pav for same: for'.tlio years 1S3S, IS',10.  lao.i and ir-ot. Xotlee is hereby? given to: the  said Richard' .^rclliarmid that, .unless, said  c-harKe** are: .paid'.,u-ithin ninety days of the  ������r**t publication of this nptiee,vveshall proceed  1Tpifi^jti,^*^-r'^-^,~d-^"'*I7^'^l'-r>Mnen:t^Tt*teTest:Hfl^proVldeit7:  ' ; bv -.*i*iioull of the "Jlineral !Aet-Amendment  Act, H*oo."  ',-.;���������  ':������������������-���������:���������':: :��������� ���������,.-"> '���������':.-:.���������: y, yy yyy  Imted at  Itcrt'elstbke; B; C, Otli August, 101)1.  i-o-oune.-i I cn3,-l.u>.-B.- y.yii :': LL-L'  Notice to Go-Owners.  To   .I.S.   l'alievsnn   and   all   others   claiming  ���������'-- llirniiKli'-'.'liIin any interest iu. the  cla I nis  7;. hereinafter mentioned :yyyL:.L .:���������/'''��������� -.-i .-���������;-���������  Under the Mineral Act, 1807, .and amendments  '���������.. thereto:,:: .:..:.'. . ,;.;;  NOTIOK .115 -'HEIMviiV--.'GIVEN. Unit .we; I".,  McCarty and II. .1.1-.ouriK. l.ave :performed all  the assessment, work on llie l'airview. llelchei*  .Arabian, Vicio ri a IV, Maple Leaf, Sham rock  and :Mtit!iii'iolli:: nii lieriil claiiiis sitiiale in  i.iround-Ilog llasiii, in the llevelsioke llininj;  Division of West Koutenay, located in .ui*;iist  ism; -and .recorded at lievelstoke. on thellrd  .September. IS!);',, and, thai .1. S. I'attersoii. llie  recorded owner of tin interest in- the said  mineral idaims has.neiriecteil to do or pay for  his share of the assessment work for the vcars'  ���������lSflll,*** 1111)0 aiid l'JOl. and that- unless said eharjjes  are not paid witliiu.ninclydays from .the'-'lirsl  publication of t-hisiioticeiwe'shall, pi'fieeed to  record said delimiucnt inlerest as providedby  Section 11   of the Mineral; Act.'Amendment-'Act,"  1000.?-:7 LL--.,:: ''yy;.:,,*-,..,::-.:,-y^sy-yyy,Ly:y  - Dated iit Kevelstoke, ,H. C'-,'.- Ihisoth- day :of  September, lliUI.. ,.,��������� ,::;,', -yy.:..-.';-    ��������� yyy:'yLL-J-'Ly  777^y^y:7 7'y;rF7-McCJtl^v''^7i������  l*'UI*:i*:  ������.i;S".MKKT.-f-'AI.I.'TlSAIS-.S;  KIU.ST. Cf.ASii-,-'��������� a0W)._1.M 1)11 ATI(JX; '  IIKATKI)   HV   HOT  Allt.  .-iVuAs'tis'Aiii.i*: HATKS.;/  ;y7'i7i- '7:    Brown & Guerin,' Props.   7':y77''7~-L:7  ELK6TniO:iJi':i,Ls;ANi:)light in iiVERV-itoorM;  ToiiMI hq '.- Owh 9s-s? an ������J? Q.tn eV.-.s  '   roti SALE���������1'ive.' (5).'second; Inl'id Siillivaii  Hock Drills, Ihe'drill holes:31^'*to-".inches; in  . diamoter,V,depth HO feel,?iiioiinted:-ov?screw  'coin'inns coinpleteiwith Hose, etc..These drills  are in lirst rate,condit.iou ami arc-situated, al  the Mines of the .'I'orbnto-i.illooet-Oold ' Keefs  iCompanviU I.illooef.-.Applv 'EUCA.RDLOOM-  -1*'1KLI), llox 7lo,-Vi'.ii'eouver,"B:-U.:; r7Nov. 0-*ll.:;  7S^3^E?;-C3-Ii^?7^3>T:::  ;Tho vcry';ljcst on tbeinarkot-today;-;:;  ���������c; ^K-^-^-'v^-r^^v^-V-'v-'i1** t1!11*-^-11*^: - -^^ ^f-ir/- '-;V-'-:^..;  Potatess,  r -"P    ���������"'  i:CabSjap"f  Carr������tsp;:;|::S;;iTu rn i ps5;  v';:-^-;''ETC.^yETC.y^ETC^77rf;^  yL'A lso. II rst filial i ty'.of ivci leu red:  ������������������Send orders;for siini67t6vi?^%:V: S7?7: i . ^  ���������7i?*:7-:.*::SS.77b.:;bR6wLE,^  7, ... 77y:LLy7L.   .::? :* -.<? Itevcislpk-c,'-'.b.'g.  Ably furnished with  the.  ^Choicest ll the ^-Market?  aliorxisLL'-y'L L. -; ���������'y'-L'.LyL-Ly  NOTICE,'-TQ CREDIT0BS.  It   is   a    thousand    pitif-   that thi*.  MOTICE I-: HEREBY GIVE.*.-, In pursuance of  1' *h.. Creditors' Trust: Deeds Act, 1001," that  lui Vinci-lit l>rfc*(tof t.h*. City of Kevelstoke,  uestion was mn laken up and handled \ in "i'i,.-. p'rr,vriii?6 6i  llritish Columbia, 'ilotel  _.    l'!*<jpr:.*'������r. hn-s by .'lecn,7 bearliiKdate-the Hull  Inv'jif Kciolwr,'*.Aif>'��������� I'M. assigned   all   hi:  i rc������*.lii;irl p.T,*,<niHl protierty. except- as  therein  .....1    ...   1V.1. ..    l:lt,.t..*���������l,\. 'Jtl,l.ut,l   ...t,l:���������  with s.otiu* vigor ln-fiii-i*  this   t-l.-igi*  till! *-ea.-on.       The v.'hole* ve.-ar has h<*i'ii I iin-i'itloi'i.'"! to J<"li:V*t>fiiikwaIi!rs'iiiba)d,:'o( the   * . ���������!   ( ii_*   ...f ,n<:vi;|s.iol,*������, LOfiienil ..Vceiu,. I.li  ' !o*=t 111   entile-'"   t.'lllc    over   fllflK'UUli'.-. ' tr*i-' to** till.* j.V.rpO������C drsatrRfyiti*;  ratably iind  j .       i proportl.-naiely    and -without   prejudice   or  ' tiiat, were* onlv iliflb-ullie-   at   all    lie*   i prl.nl'i. *.l������: crcditor-i of 'ti:u dAfH..lolui��������� Vln-  1 ' ' ici.t l'.*rk*. tin- A8-luii"i-, ami the'iniil Trustee  I eauic   nnbodv    wanted    to   *-in*inoinit : h.i. uudi-.-taicct! the triisi.icrcate*.! by the suit!  ! " ,    .ii. ���������!. y -" ���������-?������������������'���������>  I them, m putting oil i|tic.lnin< to  nex1  j    A:; ..���������,.������������������, havln*;-c;iijrrn:������^alnst tlie sa|d  I ,. i-ii-i , ...      I I-bii Vipc'-rt I'erks arc ri'<jnfr.*d ou or before    "     " * ilict-nth day.W N.M*,,i,lL<*r.'iA..|i., ltol. towiid  r ������,, tl.,* *,������..! Trn^.lce l-.-LL, p.*.r'h'Tdar*- oi th.?>nnie  i dul) ,i'rili"d, toft'itli'.*!' viilh Uie piirtleiiliirs of  , .!,,- -.*, orily. if any.'li;*].rv},y sh'*m.  1 AN.') VO'i'lCK li fIl.!t.Kliy.*:<;jVKS- lhat  ' ati'T :h" *,iid.tenth d*tv t.i -*.'overni������!-.-, l'.K'l, (li<-  !-r.i.l    1 ,-ii*.(_*c 'will. *vri>.*<"d . to .|i.*.t'ribiiie  ihe  a-\.**:'. .oa.>ir^ 7liio*,.'.* crcdit..rft' ivhosc.: claims  : -s.lv** x������:r:x iodscd will, iilin tied t!int hi* wll!  ' ::������������������- 1,. rc**f.<ii,*ii!>li* afti*.-*.alf! date f*iri.i������ Hfft-.l-'  ��������� *-��������������� 'li.^rib'J!*.*.!. .>.- an.iv t"***-t ther'*--.!. to any  1 ;.<-rr-.i:t   ;t   -rritiy.m,   li'rm-yur .cori-'-'fatioii, ,',i  i.ho-edrht or clait'.'i h^ sinili not  tlien have  ;r :v.*d noli';?.'��������� y..yL.'.    . ~-   .    '-'��������� '.,'.''  ' A M ie! i utr of thH (jT-ylitorsoftlic said Joint  , Vine.*:,; Vi-ekt will-be: hcld..i������t the oflice!',!  ' l.iln, Driii';'--.* ter :-!l,hx].'.. Kir it ������tr������-et,  Itcvol-  -���������ri,|.-... l;rit'..*ii e-.driir.bia, on f-.-turdaj, the  I t.venrv-tlTth thiy of Iic-oVt. ',. I, , l>ll, at th'.'  . hour of tv." o'( loci, lu the f-.to moon.  lJH.fi! at I'.f.t'l-'.'iiiK, It. C , tl,i< Utli day of  '"* 1 Ol-ttii.-C, A.  ll ,1'Kll.  I  ; iiieeliiig whb'li   did   not   mee-t   *���������!���������   n-  J I'.'rring   lhum   to   coiuiiiitl'*'������������������*.   which  I neier ri'porteii.      I ind the m-eds i������f I hi*  eity been looke-el at'ti'r   with tli������* i.ii)*,i*  energy,   whicli   i- being   ili-pl.iyeel at  present,- now   thai    the council  i~ getting asliaiurd.of il." ou n ll'l'lllll.    llll'lf  wmilel have    been   a   good   elc<il liiori*  I sal isf.iftioii re.ll.  with il.      Tb"   meir.i!  i feu- fiiCni'c; councils toln-uel is liial, il    j<.  I better |,n do something,   even   if   yon  don't,   please    everybody.     lli.in  nothing and please nobody.  Uo the department of niiiie..*.* intend  going ou with the Scliool of Mine's at  I?os-,land this winli*r? IT not, why  not? Ami if so, now is the time to  aelvertise {at the: usual rates) and let  the people know about it.  ii J. tr.. 3CGTV, JC<-*,*el,loXc, p.. e;.  .-ollcitor for (hr-'l ri:su*e.  There is trouble brewing on the  C'(i.'IhI.. The Vicleirin pee>ple* think lhat  tin; byc-clee;tion is past elite*. A bye-  eleetion in the near fiituie; woulel title  eiver the dull tiuie till (Christmas and  yicteiriatiH want t'i know why they  are being kept out of all the fun that  ' x rightly coming to them.  LOST.  A i.'bit;- ['iiioi. .lack -froin the (,',.trtt IIe,im<*  on or abot.r .fiinuary *j������:d, l."ll. Thc Unit -,va*i  i^"d for tio* decoration of the Of..*ra IIo.hc  for th** Traiiiinen'-i llall on N'ew *i ear'*. Kvc.  Tin* I'lidcr will f.Ica.e return sifmc to Hki-.alo  ���������Jllic*. eirt. 9 -If.  NOTICE,  TAKK NOTICE tlmt Oil 'lnys aft'T Onlf! \  ���������* hit'*n*l t'i iijtply to tlK* -fjliifjr Cornrni-ii*fiin.,P  of Ijinds tui'1 ^urk^for p'TinNilun U\ cut Firifl  curry nwfiy timK-jr from thc fulloivii:^ doi-  criliutl Nri'Is:  ('������niin*f,Mit������iii*r ftt ii post in(irk������������I Pou^r F-  I'crry'w <>r)ii',)tc>ii<)t corner pi������^t nittinte nl'otit 1100  feet from Sfott Cp't'k, tht'iicft v;t"*t IU clinin^;  tliftucc i������������rt.li W) t>hitins tlieriftMMmt to fhniim;  llioncr ������<oiith Kid ftinhis t" **���������"' pI**r*��������� J of rom-  rinmcfiii-nur; conttiiiifni; GJ0 iinre-*.  UOOKR F. PKIUtY.  GoWIIcMh, n. C, Oct 17i.li, 3901.      Nov. C-tf.  BE^iW!NES|U|U0R8^J  ':;:'. Large,7 .Light;bedrooms; ,\;:: i i::;:  =Rates-$l=a^dayr;^.^^rS' '���������'���������" :l77; 7"  ������������������;������������������ ^Monthly Rale.  1 Albert Stone  Prop  A- ;;;?������A(KJF8CvRAILWAY  i:ifccllvc* Oi'lulior li:, l'.mi  EASTBOUND.  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  iiouiti.v7R'i'iti*:i*;'i},f;Ait  ji kict.s : a r.r. ti:a i'xs^;  ;.i!Aii..-~\vr*:i.i;''si;.iM:Lii.:n.-i!Y.^'i'iii!X'iioicKS'iv  \vixi*:s;,iji-jui:iits ANi);ciitAits:^>.T.'���������.7:7"L  , ^-^\^^^iU^.Lllc-^\L^^^<c^-iiti^\i^^i^ri^Si ���������������������������������������������.  .���������':^:Lyyyy:.,.rL-yyyi.:yy:y-;-yy..ry ���������*.,. ,::,,:���������.:, yyy y,..y-.LL-:y:.r:-L:,::Ly .::-y.:j:yyy.y.::.:-..:-yyy'L -^"L:,::  7'7*^-:;'������5������>-'7i..777 7--,K!!^--:-Bliaj-I������Bk'Wl_!-7--^-?'W^7--'-i^-777S-:*i7^ '   "  WM'  ?;:p:fPRIMEiBEEE^a?Ppi^;:;.^    "7   K?3'--'-7'"   ' ���������������������������������������������-���������---- -----    -rr--- .-���������' .:-.���������   ...-,....   -. :���������:...,:,. LV ., ... ,   ,:..������������������-.        ..:*;*:  ymi-:  ���������y-re-j-iy  * - \Ur*   ���������������  '  |||u|^(||l������p  TKLKl'llOXE Xo.,10.1  UIWJMVllM.������TM^������i������m������-.m������..|*.  ���������*r-.-^������^TCT^r^^.i'.y^..'.iH-.'.i������tTfZBrjiqi������iCTwmm!m  1*. O.llox T0l|  1  ;r:'V;:^G'olil';'; Silver.^  :;7iJ:.;vTr(*cMilliiigpohl l'ropi^tiosAyantcil aloncu for^EiisteriilnycstorSi;vVt;>������75:Y:S;-  ';���������",'��������� I'arlics'liaviti^ miiiiiitr property for salciiro rceiucstoil tosciid Hiunples of their ore]  jj totlie KxcliaiiLtcfor l'l::h ihi tion. ���������:- y ;LL: - .-iy''' 'LL'L        . y:-,iy- LLyLy .yyy yy^yryLzyLL..,: yy-.,--: ��������� '  -".All'.siii'iipiW.-ilibliiirbo^eiit.liyi'expross.':!?  7 Aelrlress.all coinmiinicatioiis.;t.o_.  -rr^���������  rsi?  I impR EW-dF;^ ROSE W BE Rg^R^y������:7^6nZBLC.  ..^m..._.,nrrmmi^'im���������,*���������.n..nti.,...,n,t,.w^  I'Al'.SON, 1'resiileiil  ZB3ECSBaSXSBSaaSS3XS  7 M.,,1. O'nillEN.^IaniigiuKjlirccior^  ���������x\ T  il  ^iVS:B^;7^7WINES,iUQU*ORSi:;A  -;iVIitnu.fiict|r^;;or!A  y y y'y:Ly'7- *vRevclstpice^/Bf-.Cr"  JwaUwajimii. ���������m~-*~���������'"'"~l*il*n������  i  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.l  ���������'���������',. I'.'isseiifjiirs hooked to all  M.'isteni, Canadian antl U.S.  .Points.  ���������Berths   reserved on   Atlantic  .���������.���������.���������Steamers  for  passengers  io  the Old Country.  Direct Steamer Service from  Vancouver  to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full   information  and //nstrated  pamphlets fiirnjshej  on  applicati on.  T, W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Revelsloke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give stib-  \. stantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange wc offer to  " give i o good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  1  ]Jrnmpt dellvury of pnrcels, Imtrgant', ct������.  lu uny pari of tltc c:lty  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  ���������  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, is again open to  the public.    Meals   served  at all  hoars.  A. REBUCHESE,  Prop  , AlljOrders left at K. M. Smytlie'si Tourc-po  Store, or by Telephone No, "will receive prompt  Htleiition.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,'    '  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  C0Tiru"2?rReets,'. EBYEM*f0EB, B.@.  ;.   Express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be- promptly  attended to.  H. Cook.  *  Jl  i'<l  i.'i  ���������/d A  I  I  ft  J I  1  T~ri '"iwi -mnr  iBumiMuTaimmB ?.**7nrrrm.i-!'l'*l>T.-*'.g r  lnllllM������������uii.������un^|m1B  ARCHIBALT) .T. SOOTT, Hancock, Midi.  PETER r.AMONT. NhIxo,,. Si. G. I  CHAliiMti II. STIUAVELL, Nelenn, B.C.     \  .1A AIRS A. .iMACiKE, Revi-lstnU.., Si. C.  EOAKJD OF DIRECTORS,  lilt. (i. A. B. HALL. .Nelson, B. O.  :���������'  .1. FUEL) HL'JIE, Xelioti, 13. U.  JAMKS P. IJYKHS. Trail, ]1. 0.  J. C. T. OROKTS. Ni'lsim, Ii. (J.  SAMUEL M. BRYDOKS. Nelson,  IJ. C.  A. F. K0SENBI2RUEH, Nelson. 11. O.  Incorporated under the  Laws of British Columbia.  ���������a.-ifr.'-.'^m*j-j'-*^iTTCC*yOT:rrT**-.-;Hj, ...,j... .-.������������������u,.i.u..i  Capital: $1,000,000 in 1.000,000 Shares,  Par Value Si SacI  3E������ZS55Hta TV\iy7?jfyir'.nr*iJv.--fa|  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     HO PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  ��������� UJJl ���������w.lwJi������craiM*WATt,-re..'W.������*������..���������������?���������.���������-,.:,,*fr.i.| jaj'.a  Located  in  the   Free Gold  9  Fish  s.   Oyster Gp., 6 Ci  River Camp,  Lardeau  .Mining Division,  British Columbia.  s  g Gold  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Gents Per Share.  -7|-*'J*rf   ���������-*--.��������� ���������- '���������"tTiTlf1  In view ofthe splendid showings of both high and low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for the economical  developing and working of the properties, it is confidently expected that, not only will the piesent 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  Official broker,  Revelstoke, 33. O.  SECRETARY.  BOX TOO, NELSON B. C.  LEGAL  J Jf. SCOTT   11 A., LL.I1.  Itiirrlstur.      Solicitor,    Niilury    Public,   Elc.  McKenzie Avenue, Itevclstoke Stiitlmi,  Money to lonn,  pjAUVKY, SI-CARTES & PINKHAM  . l'.arrlsters, Solicilors, Etc.  Solicitors Ior tniitcfltil Hank ol' Canada.  Company funds lo lonn Hts percent.  1'iiist STitKRT, Itevclstoke Station, B.C.  CHURCHES  MKTIIODIST ciiuitem, kkvklstoki:. *  Preaching services tit 11 n, m, unil T:"0 p. in  Class meeting ut the close ol the morning  service. Sabbath School ami llible Class at :i:������0  Weekly Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  eveuini. at .7 :!lti. .The public nro cordially  In vi toil.   Seals free.  Rev. 0. I.ADNEii, l'nstor.  ST.  I'ETKIt S (Ill'ltCll,  ANCl.Il'.lX.  Klght n.iu., Holy I'liichiirist; 11 a.m., mn ns,  '. Itany nml senium (Holy Kuchnrisl tlrst .Sun*,  ilny In lhe inontli); 'i:\it, Suntlay school, or  t'hililren's service; 7:'.}0 Evensong (choral) anil  seririou. Holy Day.*,���������The Holy Eucharist, is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or S a.m., as announced.  Holy llaplisui alter Su inlay Scliool nl ;i:l,">.  c. .1. l'ltooVNiKit, Hector.  I'ltllMIYTIllllAX   (III'IICII.  Service every Sunday nt 11 n.m. and 7:110 p.m.  to which all are welcome, l'rnyur meeting al  a p. in. everv Wednesday.  i:i:v. ������'. c. C'ai.dkr, l'astor.  HUMAN  I'ATIlOl.li: CIIUKCII.  Muss   ill IO:'.'.U a. in.,   em   Ilrst,   second   nn*  fourlh Sunday.*- In llie mouth.  KKV.   I'ATlli:!*.   TIIAVKI*..  SALVATION   AllMV.  Meeting everv night Iii tlielr  Hall on  l-'runt  Slreet.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Moots every "Wi'ulnostltiv in  Oililfcllowa' It.-ill atS o'clock  VinitiiiK Knichts invited.  U 11. Buck. CO.    :?::::  F. ������. IJ. Lewis. K. of R. & H.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  ���������Regular meetings nre held In thc  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  W. G. BIKNEY, Rce.-Sco.  ,/  PLOSION  The Locomotive Firemen's Magazine  foi* ���������S'oveinliei* Ktvc.s tlu* following  graphic account of thn explosion of a  locomolivo lioiler. on Uie Michigan  Central froin tlu* .luck'son Patriot of  Sept. ������������������Jiith last. Tho story is tolil by  BraUeiiinn Grouch, who with the  engineer, Jerome Palmer, escaped  with slight injuries. Thu fireman,  Michael Wiley, who wa.s killed w.**.s t*.  moniboi' of the li. of L. F.  "It was awful. , 1 can't describe it���������  thunder louder Mian I.over heard, then  ;i toppling, bv.tiyin.u; engine hninpint:  along, while all was darkness and  hissing steam either scalding or blind-  ing. as it enveloped u=*. "When the  engine stopped 1  ���������-aid Crunch.  was   on   the   cab,'  -A1UJI11 BALD. .T. SCOTT. President.  PETKR LAMONT, Treasurer.  OFFICERS.  ���������gii������^Bgrn3-.iro^OTnrrrrnw^~*****ow  DR. G. A R. HALL. Vice-President  A: F. ROSENBISRUER, .Secrelarv  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  lloyal School of Mines, London.    Seven   vear*.  111.   Miii-fu  Works,  Swansea.     17   vears   llhief  Chemist   lo Wigan Conl and   Iron (Jo.,   Kng  I.ale lllieinist anil Assnyer, Hall Mines. Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  [Ferguson. B.C.  It     u  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  BEBsaa  "BUY BEFORE YOU "SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is thc Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   jilready   surveyed  ' - - via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at thc base of  thc .Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks!  Ci RCLE C1TY _is.. ahspluleiy._ surrounded,   by... Mjning_  Properties... noy   under  ';Dcvelopment.  '     . .        ^ . *       . '.      ~7 . "T  Which  utilized next Season bv Conccntratinsf Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  G. B. BATHO,  Ferguson, B. C.  JI  Studio....  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 white  material round the neck.  Come and sec my loca  cloud effects, telephoto  pictures ofthe moon, etc  Thunderstorms and blizzards  will be added -as opportunity  occurs.  Wright Porritt  views,  views,  PELLEW-HARVEY,  ,*l*'i**i''I*'l*'i''l**l*'i'*i'-l''i**l-4*^.I.-l.t4'-t*i'4**_.**l*-l*'l*  BRYANT & iQiLMAN |  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VAMCOUVEK, ll.C.      Established ISM  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Test* mnde up to 2.001) lbs.  4.A specially made ol eheekni" Smeller  * I'nlps.  Kiiniples from the Interior hv mail or  e.spress pronipily attended to."  CorreHpondenee solicited.  oiiiLj! " VANCOUVER, B. C.       ~  ************************,  Red llo^e Dciirce meet-; second and fourth  Tuesdays of each month; White Kose Decree  meets third Tuesday oleacli quarter, in Oddfellows Hull.   Visitins hrelhren welcome  WM.- WATSON, HY. KDWAHDS,  l'resident. Secretary.  H. EDWARDS ���������  TAXIDERMIST.  DEKIt HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  l'nrs Cleaned and Rc-nired.  JUST KAST OK  l'ltESBYTERlAN  CHURCH  Third Street.  Certificate of Improvem ents  3STOTICE.  fiold Hill Mineral Claim, situate in the  Revelstoke Minim; lilvlmon ol Kooienay Ijis-  tnui.  Wliere Located: Jn tltound Hog llasin, on  McCnliou^li Oreek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, fl. IS. Ilnine, I'ree  Miner'a CeiuUeate No. Jl, l/iO'J, intend, sixiy  davs irom lite dale hereof, to apply to the  .Mining Kecoider lor aCeriifieate ol Improvements, lor lhe purpose ot obtaining a crown  Uianruf llie nbovo"cliiimr��������� ��������� =���������=���������'������������������  And ftiriher take notice tlint action, under  rieetion  ill, musi be eounncneeil  before . the  issiiuncc of such Certilicute oi liiiproveiiieius.  l.aied lhis lib dnv ol September, l'JOl.  C. li. HUME.  Oct. ll���������ii  Certificate of Improvements  "How did I j.*-"** iliei'*-'"' Well, I  lmi'illy know. AW* worn i:oiuint. etist  with "2'3'tf uliciiil nf fdi-ty-two lo.-irts of  bud'* "Wi: stiileil tliiougli Xow HuiValo  ]>i'ol):ilily thirly mik-s ;m houi'. ami  when I runic in I'toin on top, tlu*  cn^iiiuur, liix'iiitin mul my.si'lf till spukc  nl' thu uiui; inn we wove iiiukinjr. 1  t'limliuil up uu thu **i*.it on thc* firc-  niiin's i-iilc, put my Uiiitoin lionide mc,  .-tnd w.is .'iilniiriii*^ \'i'il(-'y duwn lieloiv  wlio was giving lii'f coal and working  like a major. "Wu had trot outahinit a  uiiiu from New BuIV.ilo, when tliu  awful dcafeiiint; ivpon ctiiui*. My  mind was a lilmik. The fiit-l 1 l-omum-  hor 1 was down in the gangway with  hoi steam pouring uiiiu my hand. J  made, for lhe sides to ^et out. lint  could not, I knew not why. The  gangway   wns   closed   there. The.  engine wns swaying and humping and  hot steam everywhere. I made up  over the coal rack on the tender ;n_id  out on the cab's roof ready to jump if  I felt her jcoing over. AVhen s*lie  stopped l cried out* 'INI ike. Mike."  Then 'Jtiromc. .rerome.' 'Here.' snid  Jerome, but Mike was past speaking.  The explosion's force" came into the  (ire box iind out onto .Mike w:th full  force. I think he never knew���������"hut  (Jroucli could not linish tiie sentenci*.  '���������AVe found liis body under the iron  apron between the engine and, tender,  terribly scalded.  "Where was Palmer:- He stuck to  his post. We went probably fifteen  car lengths before slopping. Jerome  reached fur his air (this air brake lever)  and found it oil". The brakes on tin*  train .set, but the engine air brakes  were noi working. AVhen the explosion came it seems that we wein,  up. Engineer Palmer had a bruise on  top of his head where it struck the  lop of the cab. Ilis knee is bruised  and his back seems badly' strained.  ".The engine's forward trucks stayed  on the rails and kept her right side up.  but thn rest of her was oft" the track.  Tho force of the explosion blew the in-  sides of the engine out, forward and  back. None of the cars left the tiack.  I went back to the way car and Conductor -'.Cochrane and -r my 'partner,  Itoss, thought the air pipes had a hole  somewhere and the brakes hud set. A  hobo was on the train. He said he  was ten cars back from the -engiue.  He told us he didn't expect to find any  one alive on the engine from tbe  terrific report'of the explosion. He  appeared like finite a chap. He took  AAriiey's watcli from his -pocket and,  handing it to ns. said. -You'd better  take care oE this before somebody  steals it." The watch had stopped���������  just l.li���������that's when it happened.  We went to New Buffalo��������� Palmer and  I���������and came home on 0."  Crouch found all that was left of his  lantern���������a small piece of the frame.  "It's lucky we were not all killed,"' he  said "and this piece of the lantern  which set beside me was the only  lucky part of that glim. I'm going to  have a watch charm made of it.  '���������We stopped on a fill, up forty feet  I should judge, and if the engine had  went down that embankment���������well.  Tiiat's another lucky flfiiig^ ~W 1 iy S~~  could not leave the engine by Uie  gangway was that, thc tender and  engincM-ad telescoped that much and  closed the way. It was an awful '  instance when I found that way  closed, with lire and steam at my  heel.*;. I can't tell it so .you will understand that awful moment���������nobody  can."  NOTICE.  fit  '**  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  ������������������  Sncccs.or to 1). .Icnltinu,  Mniiiiinclurcrs of ���������  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing: of Soots, Shoes  and Harness,- a Specialty.  "0. IC." Minernl Cluiin, situate in the  lievelstoke.Minli!*; Division ol West Kootenny  District:  Wheie li.i-nti.il-���������In Grotiinl Hog Iliisin, on  McUnllonxh Creek.  .���������TAKK NOTICi: tlint I, Charles F.I.Iiidinnrk  of  Iteviilsiulte, l*iee .Miner's Ceitllicute  No. H  lunil, Intend, sJmv clays Ironi the (late hereof,  in 111>i, 1 y to tlie .-.iiiiiiiK Iteeurtlerlor a Certltl-  I'tile ol liniirnvt'iiii'iiis. for the purpose nl  olilalhihi; u Crown Clrant of the Hliove claim.  Awl further taltc u.ilice that action utnlcr  Section ;i7. musi he cniniiienceil bciiire the  Issuance ulHiichCcrlHiciiLc of  Improvements.  Dated this Bill ilay ol August, A.!>., l'JOl.  AiiKlT'im CHAS, I". l.INDMAKK.  ur  OPPOSITE  HERALD   OFFICE.  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. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD.  GALT G  FIRST CONSIGNMENT "WILL  ARRIVE Fill DAY.  ..$7.50  per ton.,  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The E<;hoU'0 !uml; north of tnit-k,  biitween TiipjdiiK'h and I.oni;'>, will  )n.  siihiliviik'tl for Mile as  mioii (is  3. Nl. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  P. O.  Hoit, -Til.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU.  PIiicr yoni-orders at once in time  for the November storm  J. G. HUTCHISON,: first street  Iimmlng lictvrccn Arrowlieml. Thomson's  Lauding anil (Jomaplix, commencing October  Mth, l'JOl, will sail as lollows, weather |.erinll-  ttng:  Leaving Arrowhead Ior Thomson's Lauding  anil Coinn.'lix  twiceilaily���������10k. and 10k.  Leaving Comaplix and 'hoin������on's Landing  Ior Arrowhead....twice (Inily���������7:lokanrl 12:4..k  Making close connections with all C. V. It.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reserve the rlghi to change times  ol sailings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  WANTED.  Wanted immediately a Cook and Waiter  Wages JoOand ?i> respectively. Apply M. M  BucjiasMl.*.-, Pcndr&gou Hotel, Camborne. octDt  from the  ���������Printers  ���������of  ��������� ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES-  STATEMENTS  BILL  HEADS  NOTE  HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.   " **l*'t"H'**i.4.*H.^.4.i.4..H.l.++i.j.+^4.4**  ICHENAf  + *  J audi? lot of Beautiful dishes *  * "JAPANESE," have just ������  ������  lieen pened up   at J  ���������% Canada Drug & Book Co *  t REVELSTOKE. %  fr Japaeese Napkins always in  ?  % stock���������35c. per hundred. ?  fr -*���������  t f **********.************ *  BORN. "  Pr.vsh���������On 11th insl,., ;it Kelowna, to  .Mr. and Mrs. XV, R. Pease a daugh-  1 er.  Notes of News.  Smith Curtis M. P. P., came up ou  Sunday and went west, to Victoria.  XV. George of Taylor Si George is  awuy at the coast on a business trip.  ���������Members of L. O. f.. MIS please  rumember the reKiilnr meeting next.  Friday evening.  .1. E. Spurling of the Great Western  Mines office ul Ferguson, ciitiu* up nu ji  klinrt visit, lo town on Saturday.  T. .). Gi-.'iliitiii, who lias )ie*ri ivnrk-  int; mi tin*** I-aurie snow sheds, c;un������ in  to town for :������ few day on Saturday.  S.   M.   Slioll.*/.   of   ,1. II. OeKSinati's  tailoring   establishment, left,   on     a  business trip to Ferguson this   morning.  Geo. Lh forme took two ear loads of  horses, his own pack train and .1.  Nelson's, lo winter in tlie Okanagan  today.  President II, A. Drown of the I'level*  stoke Curling Club,is culling a meeting  of curlers for Thursday evening at 7:'3I)  tit the Hotel Revelstoke.  Ii. C. Alexander, superintendent'of  the B.C. Provincial. Loan & Savings  Co., and Mis. Alexander were regi������  I ered at the Central on Monday.  ���������I. C. Hutchison has received his  first car of eoal from the Gait coal  mines and expects to handle one  regularly every week from this out.  The rlnke and duchess of York were  prayed for iu the English church on  Sunday by their new title of Prince  and Princess of Wall..*, for lhe first  -time.  Rev. 11. Fiennes Clinton came in  from Vancouver' yesterday morning  1 o pay ;i visit to Lodge Royalty, S. O.  I*;. H. S. in his official capacity as  District Deputy.  Dave Ferguson came up from Ferguson last night, and will leave for his  home in the east for the winter,  accompanied' by his brother Pete.  The Messrs. Ferguson will visit Seattle  and San Francisco en route.  Rheo, the -well known exponent of  the science of palmistry, is still at the  Central and will he there until Sunday. ' She reports a very successful  practice in Revelstoke; yesterday  being a particularly big day.  J. D. Sibbald was away at Nakusp  on Saturday. The s. s. Revelstoke he  .says is complete except for her boilers  and is a lino model of a steamboat.  Capt. Gore thinks she will be able to  shew her heels to any sternwheeler  afloat on the river.  The annual meeting of the share  holders of the Revelstoke Rink (Jo., is  called for Thursday evening at the  Hotel Revelstoke, at 8:30. Election nf  directors for the ensuing year will be  the business before the meeting.  Some fifty bridge carpenters or  more, who had been working at the  snowsheds at Laurie and other point*  ctune in on Sunday and made things  hum for a couple of days. A number  of them were French-Canadians, who  left again on Tuesday morning.  Among the graduates at the recent  NoTnlaTsehool course ���������Miss-Margaret"  A. Fraser aud Miss Rose Glover converted their second class, grade B,  certificates into second class certificates valid for life and Miss Annie A.  Kdgar's third class certificate was  ni.ule valid for three years.  li. Tapping is taking orders tountl  town for fruit trees, shade trees,  ornamental shrubs, strawberry plants  ent.. for the Pelhain Nursery Co. of  Toronto. Mr. Tapping got the stock  for his own garden from this lirm and  can conscientiously give them 11. high  rei.omineniliit.ion. Now is the tim������ tu  give order-, for delivery in  the ���������spring.  Among the p-it.Mi.ger? from the  -outh last night was R. XV. Northey,  lhe well ki.own ICootenay journalist  andjuining man. He went went logo  10 Keremeo*, where he is managing a  copper-gold pronoiition of grnit  prouii.se for thu Keremeos Mining Co.  Mr. Northey has just organized in  Rossland the Pontiac Mining Co., a.  daughter syndicate of the Kercincos,  to oporate the Portiac group in the  same neighborhood. The ore is Ion-  grade ' but in large Ixidies and Mr.  Northey'.-! companies are helping to  bring tlie Keremeos valley rapidly to  the front.  Wanted  Live man to take orders for custom  clothes, good commission, experience  unnecessary. Apply Thursday evening, at the Hotel Revelstoke to'.M. St.  Van Valkenburg, representing the  Crown Tailoring Co., Toronto.  Astonishiii  There are three things which astonish those unacquainted with our sto.'k of LP-TO-DATE  DRESSGOODS.   ���������  QUALITY !  BEAUTY!  They wear well, look well, ancl are easy to buy.  We sell our Carpets made and laid, and ensure  perfect fit and prompt service.  If   Falling   Pricas   could be heard,     our   Store  would seem like the C. P. R. shops.  0.ir. MEN'S FURNISHINGS are complete and  up-to-date.  O-ir BOO PS AND SHOES are well sold and  sold right.  Pick out any and every article you admire or  desire in our Store ancl you'll be surprised and  gratifud to learn tlie price ���������No shelf-worn, shopworn, left-overs. All N;\v, all Stylish, all of  Good O.iility, at  TAYLOR & GEORGE'S  jQBBSBBSEB!BB3San  Wake Up  G. F. CURTIS  The Druggist.  TAVl.OK Ill.OCK,        -     ,- McKenzie Ave  fr  NOTARY  4    ^JH HJt!L^t-%.S^lLJ. PUBLIC,  AROUND THE  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on' His  Daily Rounds.  0. Colcieiigh, 0. P. R. baggage agent  at SLralhconti litis been transferred to  Calgary.  Fred, liakcr. ni.inairor of tho   C.  R.   stores,   left   on   .Sunday I'or a lew  days shooting at Sicamous.  Next season 350 miles of road on tlie  Canadian Northern are to bu built,  operations being carried on both from  Edmonton and the present railhead.  Grand Trunk fireman, Mark Abbey,  of Stratford, fell from his engine at  Stroniness last week and had severa]  ribs broken. He was sent to liisliome  in Stratford.  The schedule demanded by thc Car  Repairers Union on the Pacific  Division has been signed hut not until  tiie union had been obliged to name a  date to sign or strike.  Mr. William Renncls. of C.impbell-  tnn, X. Ii., Superintendent of tiie .St  Flaire and C'ninpbellton division of  the Intercolonial Railway, is dead,  The vacant position is being temporarily filled by Mr. Kvn 115 Price.  It is understood says tiie Edmonton  Bulletin that a representative of the  Canadian Northern will go north  during the coming winter to inspect  the Grand Prairie country near the  Peace and will pos.-ibly investigate  the South Pine P.irs throng the Rocky  mountains.  Advices received by Grand Master  F. B. Hawley of tbe Switchmen's  Union of America, who i.s in charge of  _thc_st_rike_Qn_Lh<i_Denva!--&_Rio-G-i*,inde.  railroad, called into effect last Thursday afternoon, indicate that the strike  order has been obeyed by every  switchman employed on the Rio  Grande system, numbering 2H~, men.  GeneiM.! .Manager Herbert of Ihe  Denver Si Rio Grande .-LaLed that the  strike of tiie switchmen would not  interfere with the company's bus! no*,  and that n-i man involved in tbis  ���������strike would be 1 (.'employed.  S. O. E. B. S.  I-i.-t nigh I Lodge [loyalty, 211, of  the Sons of England I'cm-fit Society  edjuyt'd tiio pleasuri- of a vi-tit from  tlie .Supreme District. Deputy for  llritish Columbia, Rev. il. l-'ienne.i  Clinton. The. wnrk was exemplified  and Urn. Clinton made an address of  advice and encouragement to the  lodge. Afier business was concluded  the brethren .ind their guest sal. down  to a good old English supper of roast  beef ;in,1 beer when with Rro. Watson  looking after tin; toast list iti the (.hair  and Rro. Dr. Cnri-uthers presiding at  Mm piano a very ..jolly evening was  spent  -A-G-IElIsrT   PC3  REAL ESTATE  PRECE!  ���������WillMI.UtMWiiMUMJi^tflC>l!!Braa  AND  SKN THE HAHCIAINS AT  GUY HA RUHR'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1G44* Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  n. l\ It. TOWNPITK,  MARA T0WNS1TK.  CTIVT A IMPI 4 T     t Cmimlii I'lirmiiii.'iil. .t Western  I 111 Anl.lAL-.        Ciiiiiulii .Mori(!.ii{i' Ciirpnriuiini.  A n.i.\ii.il uiui-.   ( Kiiiilliible-.-iivliissLoiiii uiui Building Association.  TMCTTT* k 1VT_T   I       ( Iinpurlul I'lre.      Riiiirilliiii VIro.      Jleiciiiilile Kire.  llMJKAll.fc    '        .i:aiiii.lliiii Kirn.       Unleiliiiiliiii Kin*.  ������.i.\<JK,A\ii.i.i\jis   .        . CMtfetleniliiui I.llc.      Alius Kire.  .HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  /  A^������^_ReveIstoke Station.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr-  >f  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ri'  Blue Jay.  The .ihaft on tho Blue Jay placer  claim i.s now down about 105 feet. It  (is intended to sink 135 feet altogether  at, which-point it is calculated that  bed rock will ��������� be struck. At that  depth si drift will be run along the old  channel. 33. A. Bradley, the manager,  is waiting for 70 feet of hose for use in  pumping in the shaft to arrive from  San Francisco, when he wil] make a,  trip up to the mine.  lauder's Bakery  I'or everything Vrcili uii'l .Ve*,*,-  FRUIT  CAK'K .MAI1KIRA CAICE  SPONGE CAKE      .SCOTCH (IA ICE.  1.AI1Y FINGERS    MA CCA 1100 NT.**!  CUl'.RANT HUNS WNNEJl KGM-S  PUFF PASTItV      I'IKS.    *  TA RTLBTS RUSKS for infnnts  OUR SPECIALTY:     DECORATED CAKES.  Prompt delivery to any jmrl nt town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  ���������* S^*-S^������.**.*''***'^*������\_)'������****J>^������.p^^^  W)^^jxWj^>YM!i^^i'^l^^-'^i^l^^i  3ILPEGT   DUESS-������^sss^  Many men have . many  minds in thc matter of.dress  ���������btit thc dictates of fashion  must bc.consiclercd.  We make the "clothes you  want, correct in style, oftiie  best material, and in a faultless manner.  - There's real distinctiveness in thc garments we  make.  Our stock is the largest  ancl best assorted in thc city .  : solicited. j-_  ;b. o:r,:e:ss:m:.a.iist,  The Art Tailor,   Mackenzie    A\c.  BLINDS. (JUliTAIN ROLES, TRIMMINGS. PICTURE MOULDS,  Elc.    Cabinet   Making,    Uholslcriug,   Picture  Framing,   Polishing,    ro-,  and all kinds of repairwork. \%)  UNDERTAKING.  Collins made at ix few hours' notice.   Finished in either Wiilnul,  Cherry. Black Cloth or Polished Oak.'at EASTERN PRICES.  ^,tc,TIlR^H;_VEARS_EXPERIENCE_A'Jl.'l'III5_BUSINESM._--  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE    CO'Y.  Our Stock of Oroceries  Are, as Usual, Frss'n atiti CQinpIsiH.  COUGH SYRUP I  .-PEClAl.l.Y FOR i"Hn.I������KK.V ���������      @  AS.i  .-.-.'lef.  EASY TO TAKJJ.  :U   iiuirvt*Uoti>   nntl  prompt  CARETAKER WANTED  Applicnilnns for tli������ pii-ltlon nl Cnrelnkur  Inr 1.11. Rnrelsioko Skiitinc Rlnl: will ba  n-reivHil   ut   the  (ililcc ol   Uie    iiihIitsIijiii'iI.  AppIlTflllt*"    to   sill!!..    l-Xliflk-IKlu    un.l      Mlltu-V  re.|itir. >l.  .1. M. SCOTT.  A'-"r?  Try a Bottle for 25c.  g) W. Bews.  !*\       HftOWX BLOCK.  Phm. B.  t>:;;. ������.  ���������M  3&iV  mm*  .-v,-.-*..-. - - ���������  wmmm  H Laces and Braids 'd  it lnrj>i: rnngo of Point f.������ri\ tSl  iiudicsH     nml     Rnttcnbiire \ry  I'.rnPH,     Stmnpcfl     IicsIkiik, V2$  Flumped f.intns, EmhroUlfry ?s3  Ncjilies, HookF, Ac. KS  P-orlin nn<! Zephyr IVooln, all  sliaden, Slipper Soles, VkIch-  sclence.H l.ncc, rnsortioii.  Cnll nt the  MADISON  PARLORS.  Misses Shcppard &  Rell  McKenzie Avenue      ortX  J**A~M.jJw-������Vli gg^.  Now i.s tlie time  to leave vour orders for  Chsistmas Cakes  Tliere will be on limit! for the Unllilnv  Iriule n eomplcte line of Krull nml Con-  lectlonery.  A. N.T SMITH.  The Truth About Yourself  There is a practical   value in  knoujng- the possibilities ������of  your own life, and in your hand it is wriLlcn as in a book.  tihiW&iti  9t  ��������� ���������  THE  PALMIST  Is kept busy  every d ay ,  and her success sh ows  that her readings must be  profitable as  well as entertaining'.  Consult her  this week.  Rheo Leaves Revelstoke  SUNDAY MORNING On her Eastward Tour. Great Interest is bclnp  ouiium l������l������-frs.l-"Il^VJl manirestcd in Palmistry since Rlieo's arrival anS  numbers have visited Iier Parlors at the Central Hotel.  i  i)  *     fJ  J  1  9t  m  a  n  Hi  il  i  s*l  Hi


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