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 ���������:���������^V;':"'������������������,  B  I**  i.  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY,'NOVEMBER 6,1901  $2'00 a  Year in.*-A cl   van  *^+*e0<evj*4t4r*rj*w^*tt^  The largest antl most complete  slock  in  Kootenay.  TII 10 MALTKSK BRAND. Hip  and Knee Hoots, also Laced and  1 and 2 Buckle Lumbermen's  Snag Proof Boots. These particular lines of Rubber Goods  are guaranteed by us.  Ladies'.  Gent's and  Children's  .Overshoes���������all kinds.  OOtS and  ilaoes  A large importation and acoin-  plete assortment of SLATER'S  famous Boots and Shoes, King's  and Bell's Boots, and Shoes,  "Weston's Youths' and Children's Boots anil Shoes. The  above are the very best boot  anil Shoe manufacturers in  Canada and the goods are  warranted the best on the  market.  CARPETS,  RUGS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECIAL REDUCTION for  this month in CARPETS ANG 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-  nellettesfor this Fall were the  Best ever put on the market  here and met with a ready sale.  E  Blankets  and Quilts  We have just received a new  line of the above articles and  placed them for sale. Special  Bargains in WHITE WOOL  Blankets.  Linen  . Goods  ,We are showing a splendid line  of Tabic  Cloths���������bleached  unbleached. ,colored,  Towellings,,  -Pillow���������Casii:1'|s7_Slit;etings=air  widths.  Gloves!!  Gloves].!!  .lustreceived an assorted shipment of Indies' Kid Gloves  impnrlod from Frace.'  A Complete Line  of Groceries  As usual, our stock of Groceries  a ill thc very bast obtainable in  the markets"of the world. Every  article Fresh. Purchased in  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 tlie. Latest' Styles  in Hats���������hard aiiil soft���������Shirts  White and Colored, Collars,  Gulfs, Underwear, Imported.-  Goods, Hosiery, etc., and we  specially cull your attention to  our Imported Underclothing.  Personal    Paragraphs   Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  Qaily Rounds.  The' hta/V   at   the   C.   P.   U. repair  shops, Moosejaw is being reduced.  Chas. Paget, telegraph operator at  Hear Creek, was in town .Sunday,  Thos. Murphy of (lit* 0. P. R. .shops.  Winnipeg, has been transferred to  Calgary.  .Mark Pec of the C. P. I J. ollice at  Ashcroft has been transl'eri'i'd lo llie  repair shops at Kamloops.  Captain L. II. Fi-aser of the Kokanee  has been appointed examiner of  masters and males for inland waters  at Nelson.  B. F. G'Hyman, operator I'or the O.  P.*II. at the oflice here is away south  on a fortnight's leave. He is being  relieved by Fred. Carvey.  .11, II. McLean formerly of the 0. P.  li. workshops, left yesterday morning  for Northport where lie will lire an  engine on the Nelson and Fort  Shepard Ity.  Last Thursday XV. R. Baker, assistant to the second vice president of thc  C. P. It. was presented with a solid  silver lea service by tho business men  of Winnipeg.  The trackmen are. organizing on ali  Canadian roads very successfully.' A.  T. Lowe, vice-president of the order,  has nearly completed work on the Intercolonial railway, and the membership has grown enormously. ,   '  Roy Moe, of tho C. P. R." stall' at  Nelson, has been promoted to a better  position in the construction department of the head office at Montreal,  and leaves in a few days for the latter  city.        - ,     ' -  Le "Choup, the .wealthiest man in  New York's Chinatown, is going back  to China'with a fortune estimated at  from $125,000 to $150,000. He got his  start by-hiring coolies lo' work" on the  construction of the C. P. R. He is  the C. P. Ii. Chinese agent in New  York. -"  , Thos. Tompkins, C. P. It. contractor  has just completed the handsome  $40,000 hotel at Field for the C. P. R.  The hotel is a very fine structure with  all modern improvements. Itcontains  00 bedrooms and 20 bathroom?, beside  a large number of parlors .and sitting  rooms.   . "        :     '   '  The C. N. R. is employing a large  number of carpenters and painters in  connection with tho construction of  box ears and the overhauling of their  passengers at the Winnipeg shops.  They have nearly doubled their roundhouse capacity since'taking over* the  old N. P. road. -'  Word comes from Jennings that  tracklaying on the 'railway from  Jennings to' the Canadian boundary is  expected to begin about December 1st  on the Montana & Great Northern  railway. Good progress is being made  with the grading. There has been no  difficulty in procuring men from tho  harvest fields.   *  opportunity to visit this division.  'J here is no hint of trouble at all, the  negotiations being the usual kind that  are taken up periodically between the  representatives of the various railway  brotherhoods and the management.  Tho... Tail, manager of transporta  ��������� tion, and party went through east on  ;' Monday morning.  I/isi. S ilurdity a dining ear service  was instituted on the (3. P. H. from  end to end. The Fraser Canyon House  al Norlh Bend will he discontinued as  a stopping place for dinner fur the east  bound iniin and a dining car will be  put on at Agassi'/.  Ban McDougall, C. P. it. brakeman,  iie.ti ly lost his life til Three Forks on  Saturday. While swinging out from  the platform of ihu car to watch the  wheels lo see that they weie not  "skidding," his head wa.s (lashed  again**,!, lhe ii on casting of the .stand-  pipe from which the engines take  Wilier. He was thrown oil' lhe platform tiTld down the embankment into  Carpenter creek below. Bis skull is  fractured, but hopes are entertained  of bis lecoverv.  Double Train Service for 1902.  The talk was ahoul what the company intended doing on the coast, and  the important (tniiouitcemetit. was  made thai it wus veiy likely that th"  pissenger train service across the  continent next summer would be a  'double one._During the last season,  as every one knows, the Imperial  limiied f-ervice waf* not what it was  in tended to be. The company had  various doubles of ils own." The  aeclioiiiiien's strike was on iind the  company had not of course its regular  ���������.lull' of trackmen. The trains were  l.tle, and that is just what will be  gu.tided against (luring the coming  Bi-asnn.  The Imperial-limited service had  been so salisl'.ti-t'orv the year before,  the line had uitiwn so rapidly in favor  with travelers, lhat lhe business had  increas'jd until every i.r.iin was a long  and heavy'one. In fact, the company's equipment in engines anil cars  was. anil is taxed to the utmost. With  11 more than otdinary heavy train, any  small delay cannot lie made np, and  lhis was one of-uiu* principal causes  why the time table was not -maintained..  Next summer'things will be different,  Iu all likelihood it double service will  be, put on,. The legula'r train will he  run daily?-liv-tween-,-,* .Vancouver..aiul  Montreal as at present throughout the  summer with 'the Imperial limited  added.  The latter will very likely be a triweekly service, aud will be a strictly  limited transcontinental train. It is  likely that only first-class passengers  passengers will be carried, m bile lhe  regular will give better local si'cou -.  tnodation 'along tbe line as well as  carrying through passengers and  giving Llie same service as is given  today.  A Visit to the Properties in  the  Circle     City     Section-���������Gold  Values Run High in the Iron  ���������Other Mining News.  George N. Taylor-lias returned says  the   Rossland   Miner,    from   a   three  monihs   trip   through   the     Lardeau  dislricl. in   the   course   of  which   ho  visi Led several  of   tin*   seel ions of the  llistrict now coining lo the front.    .Mr.  Taylor went   in   over the grade of the  new railway line I o Trout Lake, thence  to Trout Lake City.      I'Yom this poiut  he went north lo Circle   Citv,   passed  over lhe main  divide   between   Trout  Like and Ihe Duncan river, ��������� returning  over the same ground   tun!   spending  some,   weeks   in   the   lower Lardeau.  north of the new railroad.  On the Duncan river side of the  divide, Mr. Taylor spent some time in  the Old Gold camp, where he has interests. He wa.s specially interested  in examining the'strike of the ore in  the upper tunnel of the Old Gold,  where two feet of solid ore and  approximately four feel, of concentrat-"  ing ore have been opened up. The  surface showing on the ledge is large,  and ore is being sacked from tho outcrop at the present time. Mr. Taylor  prospected the country on the lop of  the divide between the Old Gold and  Circle City, locating two claims, tho  Monarch and Mayflower. Both claims  have good galena-copper showings.  At, the Primrose, he inspected the  new strike, whicli has created considerable interest in the section. This  was the discovery that the iron iu the  ore carries gold values running as  high, in Lhe case of one sample assay-  ed, as ijSlS-I.SO.' from his experience  iii the district Mr. Taylor ' is disposed  to believe that these"gold-values will  be found widely distributed and increasing in extent as depth is obtained  on Hiejproperties. ,' v u .  7 On fiie west forlcUf lhol!)iuiean, Mr.  Taylor .spent some lime' prospecting  aud located two groups of claims.  One includes the Coutstock and  -Virginia and the other tlie, Duncan,  Prince and Princess! All have promising surface showing, but-no work  has been done to prove their merit. *  - The section of the Lardeau adjacent  to the line of, the new railroad has  Wen materially benefited already   by  the construction of tho road. Parties  o.vning properly throughout Iho  llistrict h:t ve been encouraged to start  work in earnest, and a.s a, result a  scries of inl cresting strikes have been  reported.  LATEST NEWS  The Memorial Service  The memorial service in honor of  Lhe late lion. N. Clarke Wai late.  Grand Masterand .Sovereign of the L.  O. Association of the Dominion of  Canada, on .Sunday afternoon ln**t in  Oddfellow's Hall, was of a highly  .successful and instinctive character.  The members of the order were out in  force and the lodge room was coinfoil-  ably filled with citizens The order nf  service as published was carried out  in full, being greatly enhanced by the  excellent music furnished by the  united choir, assisted by quite it number of instrumentalists. ' Alter lhe  opening leniarks by the Worshipful  iMasU'i'. Thomas Steed, the impressive  burial service of the Orange order was  conducted by the Master and Chaplain,  llu* members heartily joining in lhe  responses. The hymn "A Few more  Years shall Roll" was followed by an  "iirnesl, and impressive prayer by Rev.  Mr. Tni'iier, who took the place of the  Rev. Air. Ladner who was absent from  the city. The assembly then joined in  singing the old familiar hymn "Rock of  Ages." The address was then deli veils I bylheChaplain, Rev. XV. C. Calder.  ami was listened to throughout witli  marked attention. The speaker 111 his  opening remarks referred to the oth of  November and what *t stood for in  British annals���������the Gunpowder plot  and lhe landing of William lit at Tor  Ray, reviewing the period ofhisLory  covered by these two events and lheir  connection with our free institutions  and religion which ar.e enjoyed today.  He then reviewed the life of tho lato  Grand Master under four heads, a������ a  citizen, a politician, an Orangeman  and a. Christian. Under these division?  Lhe life of the late N. Clarke "Wallace  was brought out in all its phases,  showing forth his ability, force! ulues=  of character and value of his public  life" in the Dominion.- The united  choir Lhen rendered with feeling the  anthem "Vital Spark of Heavenly  Flume." ��������� During lhe offering tlit:  Quartette comprising Mrs. Dent, Miss  Fe.e,'"and Messrs. T.iylor- and" Aljtitn  sa'iTg ���������"���������'Onb by Ont5."_ 'Afier 'singing  "My Faith Looks Up to Thee" the  gioceeilings were brought to a close  by "the Chaplain pronouncing the  benediction.  Tht* ollieers and members of L. 0.;L.  No. IGoSbeg to tender their sincere  thanks to tbe reverend gentlemen,  the united'choir anil the orchestra  for llieir attendance iind assistance  at the service, also to tlui K. of I", for  the use.of their piano, and to Revelsloke Lodge, I.O, O. F.,' for I lie use of  the hall.  3������Hox>:oi3:o:oxxac*_oxxoX3X5XK)53  TIES-  We are showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  C. B. HUME & CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Go  and Bennett Fuse.  The news of Mr. William Slitt's new  appointment as1 Australian agent of the  C. P. R., reached Winnipeg Friday afternoon. II, has been generally known  for some time that iir. Stitt was likely  to receive the appointment but the  official announcement was not made  until Friday. Mr. Stitt has been C.  P, It. passenger agent in. Winnipeg.  D. Stamper, organizer of the B. It.  T. of A. has ��������� returned to Moosejaw,  after working in the Eastern States  for the past six months. 1 Ie organized  the Winnipeg Division of the brotherhood last Thursday with A, Hav,  president and J. McLellau, secretary.  His next scene of operations will be  in North Dakota and* the western  States.  Justice Falconhridge, at Hamilton,  last week, non-suited the plaintiff, a  widow, who ilued the Grand Trunk  Railway Co. for damages" for the death  of her husband. The judge held that  the deceased being a member of the  G. T. R. Insurance ancl Provident  society, debarred his widow ; from  receiving anything in execs Jof the  stipulated benefits from the society.  This means that no matter under what  circumstances a man is killed on a  railway, should he be a member of a  railway insurance society run in connection with the road, his relatives  are debarred from claiming damages  iigainst the compauy.  A deputation representing the engineers of tbe Pacific division of the C. P.  R. are in the city says Saturday's  World. They have been in consultation with Messrs. Tait and Marpole  regarding several matters of detail  about runs and schedules principally  in reference to the interior branches.  Some of the matters dealt with were  taken up at a general consultation in  Montreal some time ago and decisions  deferred until Mr. Tait could  have an  !>3������<&^������S������������^^  IU  DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AKD SHOES, MEl'i'S  FURNiSHSHGS.  HERE are few home wants'that can-  -"i-Ji"not-bc~s"upplied'1it tliis "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,  and note the worthiness of thc immense  quantity of goods wc 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-saver.  ttt  I-IJS   STORE    HAS   BARGAINS  Six    Days    in   the    week.      Our  Bargains are Seasonable'and in everv  case up-to-date. You will find economics in all llie Departments. Supposing it i.s Boots ant! Shoes, Clothing,  Dry Goods or Gent's Furnishings,  ���������in fact these lines are all sold to you  at our Dry Goods  Prices.  Ji Our Store on  Mackenzie Ave.  &  Y  MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.  W>#j������,*������#,������.f������.iM.������.f^J>,_^^^  Two British Guns Captured by  the    Boers.���������Tammany ' Defeated   in    New    York.���������The  French Seize Turkish Ports.  London,   Nov. Ti.���������A   fog,   -.uch   as  Ureal Britain bus not experienced   for  yea|s, envelopes Loudon,   blockading  tilts  .shipping,  delaying   the  railways  and   throwing   hu**iiie**s   iu    London.  IJii'itiitighitiii   aud     oilier     provincial  cities     inlo   confusion.      In     London  between   four   ami   live     o'i lock   llie  principal avenue** of Irnflic  resembled  the   steam  100111  of a Turkish   batb.  iM.tiiy vehicles  were  in   collision  and  lanterns were Ml a pi ���������vit.un.  PltliTOlilA, Nov. li. ���������Lord Kitchener  reports that the Boers carried oil' lhc  captured guns in a recent fight al  Brakenlaagle. only while under cover  of a British ambulance that' was >ont  out. Ciiuimanilant Oppurman was  killed and Cris Botha wounded. The  Boers behaved badly to British,  wounded.  Lord Kitchener also reports Unit  Capo Colon}- east of the western railway is clear of Doers except about  ���������100 men, whom I'rench is dealing  with.  Paris:, Nov. (!. -Telegrams from  Toulon report the 'ilmo.st activity in  lhe preparations lo placa a squadron  in readiness for any eventuality, ft is  imdei stood that despatches have been  received liy the .French government  announcing that Admiral Caillard'**-  division has arrived at Smyrna and  seized the customs. '   .  ,   LA TEH    ' "  -The French squadron under'Admiral  Caillard has seized three Turkish  ports on lhe Island of Mitylene."  Ottawa," Nov. C���������It is " reported  that the C.-inadian"re'gin>ent''rri'"j_'arfisbu *  at-llalifax has volunteered for service  in Mouth Africa. . but it is.otlicially  deuiecl by the militia department that  tbey will be sent.  St. Louis, .Mo., Nov. 0.���������The twelfth  death from tetanus, resulting fromrthe  treat ment of diphtheria patients with  ami toxine supplied* by the . city,  occurred yesterday. This makes the  third victim in one family.  Neiv Ttutic, Nov.' G.���������With the  election of Selh Low as mayor hy a  plurality of be&ween 30 and-*10 thousand, of Charles V. Koines as president  of lhe boaid of Aldermen and of -Ed-  wind M. Grant as comptroller, the  Fiisi'onisL triumph in Greater New  York appears complete. It is estimated that between -10 and 50* thousana  people massed in Brodway, between  2:2nd ancl 38th streets Lo watch - the  returns, the crowd being by far the  greatest ever congregated at a local  election.  Tabloid Telegrams .  Zero     weather    was    reported   at  Alliance    in     northwest    Nebraska,  >!est������iSl;**y---=-Thpre_basJjeet!-:uligbt-fa!!_  of snow   in the  eastern   part   of   the  state.  It. is now,known Lhat the Boers got  aw.iy with the two guns captured  from Col. Benson in the Bethel affair.  , It, is announced that lhe,Uuke of  Cornwall and York will shortly  receive the lille of Prince of Wales.  Last Monday 1 man entered the  Kensington branch of the London and  .Southwestern Bank and shot the  cashier killing him almost instantaneously. He then called upon the  clerks lo deliver up the contents of the  till. A cleik grappled with the lnliher.  who, Winding escape impossible, shot  himself.  Four hundred Roj-nl ^aitilleiymen  stationed at Halifax, have been  ordered to .South Africa bv the "War  Oflice.  The crew of the Colombian gunboat  Darii'ii have mutinied and' the vessel  is now in the nands of (he  insurgents.  A plot to massacre lb*: Anieiican  gai risoti at Mnncadon. ' I->l.*ind of  Luzon, has been di--eoveied. Manv  pi om i net) t ti vie official.* are implicated.  The San Jose scale has done great  damage to the fruit tiees in Ontario.  An American registeiing from South  Bend. Indiana, cut his throat at the  Kxchauge Hotel, Winnipeg, Monday  evening. He was taken to the  hospital and may recover.  Capt. Voss and N. K. Luxlon, who  left Vancouver iu a canoe early in  July last on a trip around the world  have passed Apia, Samoa, in safety.  They reached there on Oct. 10th.  Miss Stone and her companion' have  been seen within the last two dnys by  tbe United States agent. They are  both well. Their release is expected  soon.  J. YV. Rogers, editor and proprietor  of the Record. Jarvis, Ont., shot himself yesterday. It is supposed to be a  case of suicide.  .*���������*?>  A Rett's Jmu'H������l.  Published liy  Tbe Rovelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Mnnuglng Director.  A Semi-Weekly .Inurmil published In the  Interests of the railway men. mining men n."tl  bn-'lness men of the West. Days of fublication  WeiliiesilRy and Saturday.  Al'VKOTISINU lUTI!.*.  IMspluv ads.,fl.fiU per ineh; single column,  jj per i'neli when Inserted . on titlepiirc  Local mis., 10 cents per inch (noiipiiriel) line  l.n* llr<i insertion; 5 eents for eaeh addtiional  Insertion. Local notices 10 cents pur line each  issue, llirth, Marriage and lleulh Notices  free.  Sl'HSCllUTIOS 11ATK.S.  Bv mall or enrrlci*, ti per annum; $1.28. Ior'  six 'months, strictly In advance.  OCR JOl! niH-AUTJIKNT.  Isnue of the best equipped prlntlnt,'ollices in  llie West and prepared lo execute all klinN ol  l-rliitlng fn llrstclass style al honest prices,  tine pri-'c to all. So job too largo���������iioiii* l������'i  .ninll���������funis. Mall orders proniptlv attended  in.   tj'lve li*, atrial on your next ortler.  10 (���������OIllilBI'OSDKSTS.  We Invito correspondence on any subject  of Interest to the general public, lu all i*ii*.o.s  llie boiiit llile nnme of llie writer must iioconi-  jinnv iiiaiiimurl.il, but not necessarily lor  ]>ulillt:ailou.  Addrevs all eoiiiiniinlciitlons lo lhe Malinger.  NOTICK TO C0I'.I'.KS1'0SPF..N'TS.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   be    legibly  written un une side uf the paper only.  ���������2.���������Correspondence    coiitnliil.ij;      pcrsoiml  niulier musi be signed wilh the proper  name  ul the writer,  li. ...OKOUAN', Editor.  WKDNESIIAY,   NOVK.MllKIl (i,   1001.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  XV. M. Urewer, M. K��������� of Victoria is  another of those humorists, who entertains the opinion that the  mining   department of the richest mining country  on the continent of America should be  something more than a   mere   bureau  for the registration of  certificates   of  iinprovnient.     Mr. Brewer  does  not  (���������consider   that   the   regulation   .inte-  election spiel about doing   everything  possible to further the mining industry  of the province is fulfilled lo tbe letter  by the building   of   roads   and   trails.  That is very well in its way.    It is an  obvious  duty   of  the  administration  lying   on  the   surface   of   things.    It'  under   the   changes   and   chances   of  government   in   British   Columbia   a  man was appointed Minister of Mines  who did not know lhat trail   building  Wiis a preliminary   to   the   successful  prosecution of mining, it would not be  very long before he received some very  emphatic information on  the subject.'  Splendid Paintings.  Mr. John Innes. who I'or twelve  years lived among thu liiiners and-  ranchers in our own West*, and who  lirst studied art iu Knglnml when a.  youth, is recogni'/.nd as Canada's leading exponent of outdoor 'painting.  Mr. Innes'two last painting.*-* an* his  best, two large cjinvii.t1*-', portraying  typical incidents ol'our Western life.  They are styled. "On lhe Kdge ol' the  Herd'' iind "The .Miner's Kan-well."  /The former is a striking incident of a  round-up, a cowpunc.liei', thrown from  his horse, being charged upon by a  wild steer, while a fellow-cowboy,  racing after, i.s preparing lo throw  bis lasso. The herd in the backgrount  grows restless and llircali-ns Lo stampede. Hehindiill rise the snow-cappi't'  peaks of the Rockies. An a whole Hie  painting is a mns'i-rpU-i'i! ol" coloring,  di awing, and action.  "The .Miner's KiU'ew'tiH" depicts it  mtiuVili'd miner willi saddle-lings bu  ing with gold du-t. Immi-waul-hounil.  Far down iu l lie valley in* nights hi.-,  old comrades working at th.- sluices.  A purling wave and cheer is exrhnng-  eil. The background is a mass of  | mountain and mist. ft.rest and cloud.  Tin" treat ment is masterly, hold and  inn:.  The Mail and lOmpirc has securi'd  exact. I l-i'olor repriitlucl ions of these  paintings. ios'2H inches in si'/.i*. Kvery  detail of color and grain is faithfully  brought out. They oll'er free llie  choice of the two with every year's  subscription to the Weekly, or three  mouths' subscription to the Daily.  IJotb pictures urn given I'ree if a subscriber sends a year's subscription to  the. W.iekly. in addition to his own.  or if he lakes the Daily for six months.  See our clubbing list.  mmmmmmmmmim  k  mmmimmmmmmmmm mmm^m������mmmM&M@m  Vie."*  IJ  'V*  JOHN D. SIBBALD,  Ag*ent.  I  IS'  IS,  The Troublesome   Person   and  the Minister of Mines.  T. l?.���������"l st-c in Hie papers th it the  curator of the Canadian section of lht:  Imperial Institute, Loudon writes thai  intniiries about Canadian minerals,  especially molybdenite and plumbago,  are on the im reuse." '  M. of M.���������"You dont say so, my dear  sir. 1 low very interol.iug. What is  molybdenite anyhow ? How do you  grow it? But have you heard lhe really big news. No! 1 thought everybody  would know that. Smith of Lillooet  says he's going lo support the government".    Is'nt ic great ?"'  MINING  CONTRACTOR,  CAMBORNE, B. C  HOME  GKRXDWnST  All kinds of mining contracts  litken and work executed in a  workmanlike manner.  Tlie very best on the* .nnrl-ct today,  Including:  Potatses,       Cafefcage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also first ipinlity of well cured  ���������M******"M"*******+***M"t***^  *  PIIICFS OX APPLICATION..  But XV. M. Brewer, M.E., funny man  Brewer, actually   thinks   the   mining  department ought to take the lead  in  tinding out something definite about  those markets of  the. Orient   for   our  mineral products,   concerning   which  markets we hear so much and know so.  little.    Mr. Brewer wants thc government to help the'mining and smelling  men of British Columbia into   a  position of independence of the New York  ��������� market and the manipulators   of   the  trusts,    air. Brewer is a man of ideas.  He should be very   careful    what   he  does   with   them.     The   Minister   of  Mines is a   very   busy   man.    llu has  yery little time to be   bothered   with  such things.  ���������wSfiiK!. liea-f t>  In the Cou nty Court of Kaotsnay Holcien  at Fort Steele :--  NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVKX that ou the Utli  dav ot October, 1001, it was ordered by 11 is  Honour J. A. I'Orln, Esq., of the said Conn,  that .lames Ferguson Armstrong, Oliicial  Administrator ol the County of JCouieuiiy, be  admiuistratorof all and -singular lhe Estate of  William E. lloss, of Ferguson, 11. C, deceased,  interstate.  Everv person indebted to the saitl dcpcii-cd  is required lo make payment forthwith to lhe  undersigned.  Everv person bavins in possession effects  belonging lo the dece-isen is required lorth-  wllli to notify   the undcr-igr.od.  Kvcrv creditor, or oilier person, bavins any  claim iipon or interi*������t in the distribution oi  the personal estate of tl-.e said deceased is required within thirtv davs ol this date to send  by registered letter addressed to the undersigned, his name ami address, and lhe lull  particulars of his claim or interest, am! a  Mi-.lement of hi.- account, and ihe nature ol tInsecurity, (ii any) held by him.  After the expiration ������f the said thirty day*!  tin.* Administrator will proceed Willi the di--  tribillion of liie c->tate. having regard to tho-e  claim*, only ot v.aich he shall have had notice  Dated at Fort Steele this 17th day of October.  l'JOl.  JAMES FERCUS0N ARMSTRONG,  Oct. '.-tj-td. Oi'.ieia! Adu'.iui.-irator.  NAME....  Is better than riches   Wc have the name of making  the onlvSlvli.ih Suits in Town  ���������for durability ami quality  thev also excel.  _TRY ONE  r:������  ������3.   VV JLJLiSON  Next the McCarty Block.  *r>  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������*  fr  fr  Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.    A good Bar. well supplied with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Ciffars.  S-'cud orders for .same to  S. D. CROWLE,  Itevclstoke, 11. (',.  BAKEH,  CONFECTIONER, -  and caterer Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  z Pool   :     Props, f  4..H*.-H**$������W-M'<*****-*-f*-W^  fr  *  fr  fr  ���������f  fr  rown  Issued by direction of Hon. Clifford  Sifton, Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, .Canada, and now lying on the  editor's table is an atlas of "Western  Canada. It is a, fairly creditable \  production from  the  Manitoba point  ur  of view. The letter press and illustrations are ent:rely taken up with  farms and farming. There is one  villainous botch of a.'map of British  Columbia on a small, scale and teeming with inaccuracies and not one  *<in^le line else from cover to cover to  .-hew that Hon. Clifford Sifton. .Minister of the Interior. Ottawa, Canada is  aware that audi a province its British  Columbia exi-ls.  from the  On his way through   Winnipeg Geo. J  -Mel,. Brown was seen   by a   telegram ]  reporter.    Judging from Mr,   Brown's!  exterior   appearance    tbe    Telegraine  undersliinds that he has  several   most j  i-nportint in itter-j to bring before   the  C. P. It. officials   in   reference   lo   the  future development of British Columbia and that the   C.P.R. is   not  -sal-  ihtietl with the progress made  on   thc  const.  . For three mortal hours last, Saturday the city council sat and talked lire  protection without absolutely any  result at all. They did not decide ������ ha  to do about the fire alarm system, they  did not decide whether lln*y meant to  keep up the present system of iwo  flre halls and two fire brigades or to  adopt ii plan for one central hall and  brigade, lhey could not even decide  whether lo put Ui-.* old Cold Mill  building in shape for the winter for  the use of No. 1 brigade or not. As  fur as the IIkrai.u's impression of the  proceedings goes the only motion  which was even put during the evening  dealt with the petition for more lights  at the cast end of First st.  ���������Printers  ���������of      '  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LKTTF.R   JI FADS  KNVKLOPKS  STATI-.MKXTS  KILL  I [FADS  XOTH   I IKADS  'SIT IP PI NT. TAGS.  POSTER AHD DODGER  PRINTING   A   SPECIALTY  Hottse to Co-Owners.  To i.H. Patterson and all others claiming  through Id in nny interest in tlie claims  hereinafter mentioned :  Under the Mineral Act, 1!>:>7, and amendments  thereto:  NOTICE IS llElli:i5Y OIVEN Hull wc, 1'".  McCiirir and II. .1. ISoiirne l.ave performed all  riie a*.se?sinem work wn the I'nirview, lielcber  Arabian, Victoria IV, "Maple Leaf, bbainrocl:  and .Mammoth mineral claims Mlualt* in  Ground llojr basin, in the Uevelitoke Mlmiif:  PiviMon of Wen Kootenav, located in .'.iiRtist  ISM antl recorded ill Uevelstolio on tbo :ird  September. ISM, and tlintJ.fi. Patterson, the  recorded miner ol nn interest In the said  mineral claim.-, lia**, ue-jlceted m do or i>ny for  Ins-hare of the as*-e****:noii:. work for tho year.-  1SM, 1'Jull and 181)1, and thnt unlesssairl charges  are not paid v.-ithui mneiydays from the Ilrst  pnblicaiion nf ibis notice, we shall proceed lo  record said delinquent interctt ns provided by  Section II of the Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1300.  flfttocl nt Hovelsloko, 1). 0  September, IWI.  Co-0\vncrs  this fab  dny of  f F. McCarty,  I H. J. Bourne  Notice to Co-Owners.  Mail orders promptly nnd c.irefully  nttendod to  r- Ojg" Revelstoke, B.C.  m  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MliiTON.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  SAUSAGE. f|  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the ' Market  affords.  best wines; liquors, cigars  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day.  Monthly Rale.  TO itlCHACD MCDIAKllID.  fnder Mineral Act ISO" and amendments  thereto, notice i*> herein- given thatw". Louise  I.i-ontim* 'Jraham and lins T.untl. have performed allthea-se.si-meut-.vorl.- on lhc "Golden  EoEi"'" mineral claim, sitiintcd on llie divide,  between I'rench and McCullock Creeks, at the  head of Ground Hon I!a*-:n in tho lllsr Uentl  I'i.-'riet of *.Vc**i Kootenav, located 10th fep-  t.*mber, V-'Si anil recorded lil September, lSS't!  and that I'.icliard .Mcliiarrui'l the recordetl  o������n*r or one-half iatcrc->t la-������alil mineral  claim has neglected to do his .share of Ilie  iv������rk or io ]iur Ojr same for thc year., lSO'-l, lb'.i'.l.  I'.kilinntl I'.'Jl- Nome Is hereby given to tne  ������������������uid I-iehard Mclilnrmid Hist unless said  ���������'har-'s arc pii'.'l ivitliin ninety days of the  Jir-t imbllcniinnrif this notice wcshnil proceed  in j-.'O-.l said i!ciln(|iit>iit. Interest as provided  !,. * *. l.* i.i: <i! tlie '���������Minernl Act Amendment  Act. I'-n*)."  Liiitcl at  Itev*'*l--toki*. It. COth August, lOol.  ,, .    f 1.. ]..'i.'.AI.Ail,  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop  PACIFIC RAILWAY  H0T!CE TO CREDITORS.  lCffoctive October 1������, I'-Kil  ������������������������..������ ������ j.;^i.������ un~j*n*rartn.iK'iumrm  Ti:i.Ei*noNn Ko. 101.  r. 0. Ilox TtlOR  The Prospectors' Exchange  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  Clold, Silver Lead and Copper Mines wnntetl at the fiaS���������Exchance.  Ifrce Milling Hold rroperties wanted n: once for EasU.ru investors. -  1'ariies bavins millin^t property for sale are retiucstiHt to send samples of their ore!  totlie K-ciihungc for Kxhibilion.  All sain pies should be sent by express I'ro.mid. Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  ���������*."���������''������������������"..*" _m..jl...iu..***-TT������***raginM  Nelson, B. C.|  j^_^)g^jj^^jmm_i  II. Cl. I'ARSOX, Tretident.  M. .1. O'BUIEN, ManasinK Director  .aiEeyelstofe Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Revelstoke,  13. C.  Herald Job QfT.ce  FROM' STREET.  i/!Cii*:u:i'.d l/> Joint Si:  i -hik! ( :t*. ������������������'. ll'.vl-t*  ! '.r'l-t I-ir -.li- pvi.-i-o..  i  fl..  m Laces and Braids m  m  1  w  m  A lix.t-2.. rariKC of Point r.r.cc.   '  liiudi-w      and     Biitf-nliiiru  I'.rnio^,     Stamped     IJeslKn-.,  Mimnpcl Linens, JCmbroidery  Needle*., Iluoks, ,ti*.  Merlin nnd Zephyr Wools, nil  jihndei, Slipper riolcs, Valcn-  scienccs I.acc, Insertion.  Call at tlio n.wi  MADISON PARLORS.  v*-**5  Misses Sheppard &  Bell  ^  McKenzie Avenue      oCSt      r,i&  IS  NOTI'.'K 1> IIKKIIKY i;iV>'N,in pursuance ol  tin- i-j-cdilurs- Tru*i l.ccl- Acl.l'Jtu." lliat  i John V.S<;i*nt I'.-rV-'.of Hi" ������JJ:>- i������f llcicNtokc  -in tl.'* I'rr.-.i:*..*.; ol liriti'll I'oluinbin, Hotel  ! I'ri>i-rii-ti,r, 1 a*, by d<*<-i. Iicnriii: dm-: lb- lutli j  :>litv������f m-toVr. A,l<., I*>il, n--I^i|.*d nil ht������  i r<-;;���������i���������! .-..���������:-..nal property. *>-t.-_'f.l il< UiCrcIn  " hn f;r:nkv.atcr ^il.baid, nf llu*  i*, '...n.*rai Aacnt, In  I'l'-lylm: raiiti'iy and  ���������Hiitciv aii*i ������illio'"ii iircjii'll"** or  sin- f-re-li'or- of li.** -ai'l lobn Vln-  V .*.*r-.;* i'.-r-c*-, tii- A ���������'"lienor, ahd tn** >*ii'l 'I riis-tee  ! n.i*. .-'t.'l' ri.ilic.i Hie trs.M^ creiil<.il by tiie -aid  .-having rl.jl:':J Ht'alll-'t the -aid  int. nl i'.t'k*** k.7.. rc'i:i:rc'I ',:i ttt iJ-lnrt-  "ii-r.-Lit oa-. ul :t,-."i'X'.rr-r, A. ii��������� I'j-il, lo *ji;n-l  "i ;bc "r.'-'l 1 'f:-'."-.- itx'.l irftrfiiMilarn of :ho *������mc  d-i.y-.���������nt.-1, lo^i'tnT willi lh" |n-.rtl(;iilnr*i of  ������|,.: *..*cijr'.ty. if any, held It/ tli.'in.  wii  Norr'-K  rj   ni*:i:Kf'.v uivkx   that  .ili.-r tl,.* **������:d tenth day of So*,*i.r.,l*<;r, lvt>l, the  ������*i*d Tfi-t"'J ������HI proceed to dlniritmti: the  r���������,-!"- union*,' tnti-i������* -.redltori wboxc clalliu  liu..'���������"��������� l-c-ii In.lrff-d with hini nnd thnt he will  nor l.eri-ipoiisiol" after 'aid dnlc for the nfct-t  so di������'ribiii'-d, t.t any part thereof, to ar:>  iicr-mii or p<*r"om. ,';rm or corporation, of  vtlxti'C tlaht or claim lie -.hall not then hav  received notice,  ,'��������� Slertlinr of the <;re'lltor*< ol the said John  ViiV-c'it 1'erks will 1." held nl Iho office ol  John [irinkwiiliTBlbbnld, l'lr������t rttn-el, kevelstoke, liriti-h flolinritiln, on Saturday, the  UveutV"**11tli davt.f October. A. !>.. l'JOl, at the  hour of t������" o't lock In the afternoon.  Pntpil nt llovclstoke, 11. C, this llith day of  October, A. I) , IWI.  J. M. SCOTT, ltcvelstol>c, I*.. C.  Solicitor for lhc Tni**tec.  LOST.  A Kins-1*.ilon Jack -from the Opera Houso  EASTB0UND  WESTB0UMD  8:20  17:10  ursatu  on nr about January 2nd, Villi.  The llnii ivns  used'for lhe d"coratiou of thc Opera House  ror the Trainmen's Hull on .Vow Year's Eve.  ���������rlii! Under will please return same to Hkrald  (jllice. Oct. 9���������tf.  Passengers boolcccl to .'ill  Eastern, Canadian and U.S.  Points.  Berths reserved on-Atlantic  Steamers for" passengers to  thc Old Country.  Direct. Steamer Service from  Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full   information ancl illustrated  pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  lievelstoke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen  Passenger Age at  Vancou-ftr,  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give logood reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E; W. B.' Paget, Prop.  I'roinpt delivery of imreelc, bnirgnge, etc.  to any pari of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  eu**-.-  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, is again open to  the public. Meals served at all  hours.  A. REBUCHESE,  Prop  All orders left nt R. M. Smytlie's Tobncco  Store, or by Telephone No.7 will receive prompt  attention. * *       '  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Ret.ail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season!...  All orders promptly filled,  CornK1ra?08,t,fietttsa. EBYB&S-50KB, B.A..  Express Delivery-  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  H. Cook.  i ii  ���������J  <*i gBBaiii.iiii.il iiinniiiiimii  ���������j..-. mnnaganfl ""I*. ���������-'-"--*-*L 'mtam'Mg^*?!. Ullin.l.i jiM.iii������i.ijjgMn  OFFICERS.  AKOHTBALD. .T. SOOTT. President  PKT1<UV I.AMONT, Treasurer.  ARCHIBALD J. SCOTT, Hancock, Midi.  ���������PETER 1.AMONT. Nelson. B. O.  CHARLES I-I. S1TI..LWELL., Nei *���������������������������*". B. O.  JAMES A. MAGEE, Revelalok.*,  B. C.  PR. G. A. B. HALL, Vice-President.  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Secretary.  BOARD OF DIRECTORS.  DSUG..A.B. HALL. Nelson, B. C. JAMES P. BYERS. Trail, B. O.  J. FRED HUME, Nelson, B. C. J. C. T. CROFTS, Nelson,  B. C.  SAMUEL, M. BUYDUES, Nelson, B.C.  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Nelson, B.C.  LEGAL,  Incorporated under the Laws of British Columbia.  iHE yreCT;*T^7*'**w'.'J'ii3Brjr*,.,.g ���������su^'J^apm  Capital: $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares,  JM. SCOTT   1I*"A., l.Ii.Il:  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,   Etc.  McKenzie Avenue, Itcvelstokc .Stalluii,  Monev to lonn.  T-TAKVEY, M'CAKTER & l'INKIIA.M  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Iuiverlal Hunk oi (.'annda.  i.oiiipiuiv funds lo lonn nt8 per cent.  Kiiist Si'itiiKT, lievelstoke btaiion, 11. C.  CHURCHES  MimioniriT riiuiM'ii, k..vi:i-stoki:.  Trenching services at 11 a. m. and 7*.'.ll p.m  Class meeting nt llio close ot lhe morning  service. Sabbath School and Hiblc Obis*, al ,i;.ixi  Weeklv Trnyer Meeting every M educ-nlay  evening ut <:*I0. The public, are cordially  iuviied.   Seals free.  Uev. G. I..vbSi:r., Pastor.  p.'^wMnuiuvwi.^nMaMi-m :  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NO PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  Camboume Group,  Located in the Free Gold  Fish  ms.   Oyster Qpa, 6 Claims  River Camp,  Lardeau Mining Division,   llritish Columbia.  st. i'i:ti:k s cnuut'ii, asolica**.'.  Eight a.m., llolv Kucharist; II a.m., ma  ns,  ���������.iianv und senium (Holy Eiiulinrlst lirst Sun-  dav ill tlie month); 2::io   Siintlny   school, or  children's service; 7:3U Evensong (choral) and  sermon.   Holy Days���������The  Holy  Eucharist is  celebrated al 7 a.m. or S a.in., ns announced.  Holy baptism after Sunday School !itli:l.*>.  c. a. I'Iiocumki;, Hector.  ���������A  iniiiiMiliii*r",,iin'""j "!-'-*���������'  l'lUMIIYTKIlIAN  ClltlllCH.  Service every Sunday at 11 n.iu. and 7:.'.0 p.m.  to which all are welcome.  IS p. in. every Wednesday  l'rayer meeting nl  i'.i:v. \v. c. <;.u.i>i:n, l'nstor.  HOMAN  CATHOLIC ClIl'llCH.  Mnis   al  111:.!.) a. in.,   on   Hrst,   second   nnt  fourth Sundays In the nioiith.  IIBV.   K.'.Tllim   T1I1YI-I-..  SALVATION   AIIMY.  ���������.feeling every night In llieir llall on Front  Street.    SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hall ntS o'clock  Visiting Knights invited.  r,. II. Buck. O. C.    ::::::  JMS. SI. I,ewis, K. op R. Si ti.  T  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Gents Per Share.  In view ofthe splendid showings of both high and low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities  for the economical  [ LOYAL ORf.NGE LODGE' No. 1658.  .Regular meetings are held In thc  Oddfellow's llall on thc Third 1'rl-  tlny of each month, at 8 11.111. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  W. G. BIltNEY, ltec.-Scc.  developing and working of the properties, it is confidently expected that,  quickly, but no more will be offered at less* than par.  Address all inquiries for information, or applications for stock to  not only will the present issue of stock be sold  Official Broker,  Revelstoke, B. 0.  SECRETARY.  P. O. BOX 700, NELSON, B. C.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven   vears  nt 'Jlorfa   Works,  Swansea.     17   years   Chief  Chomisi   to "Wigan Coal nnd  Iron Co.,   Eng.  I.nle Chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims ci ami n ed and reported upon.  ^Ferguson. B.C.  iTvmHMviBinrZiarinBB3!a4i.mr >ri*-.)'in*..w*-J  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW-ON. THE MARKET.  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY  is the Terminus3 of   the   proposed _ Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau .Creek-with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY  is beautifully situated at the base of  the cLardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  C-iRCLE- CITY* is-nhtnlntply -surrounded. - by-. - Mining -.Properties  .now..under..  Development. . . ;. . ��������� ���������  stoke  views,  views,  Which will be utilized "next Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  Is now open for business.  MONDAY,    WEDNESDAY    AND  SATURDAY,  Hours:   io 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 thc neck.  Come and sec my local  cloud effects, telephoto  pictures of the moon, etc.  Thunderstorms and blizzards  will be added as opportunity  occurs.  Wright Porritt  *****+****^*****-I*'t*'i*-i****'l*.*  f PELLEW-HARVEV.-      _ L .1  BRYANT & GiLMAN ������  Mining Engineers ������  iind Assaycrs,' g  jg  VANCOUVElt.'ll.C.      Established 1890  %  "'  a  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS   g  UNDERTAKEN.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each month; White Kose Degree  meets t bird Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Unil.   Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON, HY. EDWARDS,  President. Secretary.  H. EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc.. MOUNTED,  Vtirs Clcnucd nnd Re-aired.  "JUST EAST OK  PRESBYTEIUAX  CHURCH  Third Street.  Certificate  of Improvements  .  /  USTOTICE-  Cold 11111 Mineral Claim, situate in the  Revelstoke Mining Division of Kouienay District.  Whore Located: In Ground Hog Basin, on  MoUiillougn llreeK.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. B. Hume, I'ree  Miner's Ceriilienie No. 1), 178119, inlend, sixcy  dnvh from lhe dntc hereoi, to apply to lhe  Mining llocorder lor aUertilicate oi Improve-  iiients, for llie purpose of obtaining a crown  GVnnroi lhe above-cluim. -.'"���������" -"���������~ -^-  And further lake notice that action, under  Suction :fi, must be commenced before the  issinince ol such Certi lieu lo of   Improvements.  Duicii tin.*,-Uli duy ui September, itmi.   C  11. 11UM1*..  Oct. 11���������tf  Account of I the Season's Work  in the Illecillewaet Valley and  Surrounding Ranges by the  Canadian Topographic Survey  Party.  A. O. "Wheeler. Dominion Lands  surveyor of Llie topographical survey  stulV of tlie Di?|iL. of lilt-* interior,  whose lie.-ul quarters art! at Calgary  iind who lins been tit work in the  (selkirks till summer is now on his way  to Ottawa to complete thu . infi.rination, which he h.is gathered.  The method of making topographical  surveys   hy   using   the   camera   as  a  chief instrument lins reached a higher  stage of advancement iu   Canada than  in any other couutry where   the  same  proces-s is in use. .tnd Mv. Wheeler litis  lung been in this service   and   is  most  thoroughly pos-ied in .-ill   that pei tains  to it.     l-\ir I lie past seven years he hns  spent  his   suitunei**-   in   climbing   the  peaks of the Rockies ami other ranges  of Canadian mountains ami   has spent  most ofthe intervening winters in putting the leMilt. of his labors into shape.  TIIK skasiin's wtmi;  Speaking to a Winnipeg Fvee   Pve><  reporter on .Monthly Mr. Wheeler said:  '���������.My work this year, lias been  in the  .Selkirk Mtuintiins. in that part of the  cr.iuiliy, chiefly, which is tributary  to  Lhe main line of the  Canadian   Pacific  tail way.       The   principal     industries  carried on at   present   throughout the  -Selkii ks are those of mining   and   the  manufacture of lumber.      In   the pursuance of tlii?!*-.:  applications   for   timber berths and mining claim.; frequently come before the depai tini-ut   which  are de-scribed   as   living  *jn some comparatively   obscure   creek,    or   other,  and  relatively   situated   in   regard lo  the railw.iy. "  At tbe present lime the  department   of   the   interior   has not  reliable maps  of   any   section   of   the  mountain country   extending   beyond  tlie immediate vicinity nf the railway. "  .Maps of all the other parts are greatly  needed for   the   purposes   mentioned.  Moreover, in addition to these  it   may    "  be introduced   that   the  t-inccs of the  Rockies    and   the   Selkirk .Mountains-  are rapidly  coming   into   prominence  as reports for tourists who  congregate  from all parts of  the   world.      Alpine,  elimbeiB who have  conquered  all  the  peaks of Europe, artists looking for tile  rare color elfects of   the   west,   health  seekers looking for tliu rare,   pure   air  of   the   mountains,   plain   every   day  sightseers, or globe trotters looking for  nothing in particular,  and   sportsmen  looking for the great game of  the   big  hills, all these are now  coming  to  the  Oanadian mountain ranges  and   good  reliable maps would be   invaluable   lo  them, us weil as those with whom . the  department of the interior has to  deal  and it is with the idea'of aiding all that  the topographical survey work is being  carried forward.  - ������������������The method of photography employed upon the survey is based upon  a triangiilatioii for the. location of the .  camera stations occupied. The altitude of mountain peaks is obtained  from triginoiiietrical levels. The chief  instruments used in the surveying are  cameras and transit designed by Mr.  li. Deville. surveyor-general of Dominion binds, fm* use upon the Canadian v  photographic-topographical survey.  "Tliis summer I" started with my  piuiy of six from Calgary on thc first  of July and continued work until the  fifteenth of October, by which time the  work which had been allotted for the  season: was completed. , During the  Lime we were out we covered about  seven hundred square miles of the  mountainous country and - were successful in taking four or five hundred  photographs, most of which are still  undeveloped. Tbe work of developing  these photographs and making the.  rn.ip-3 will probably take me through  the remainder of the winter and is the  most dilHictilt and I might also say  tbe most tedious part of the year's  task.  I'lCTHItESQUE AT.BKRT CANYON.  "In the.ttockv mountain range Banff,  Field and Liiggan attract the most,  attention as resorts for tourists, while  in the Selkirks. Glacier has up to the  present time been the only point where  accommodation could be found for  travellers. Iain of the opinion, however, that it will not be long before  other places will put forwaaril claims  to attention. Among thc most likely  of these that I visited is Albert Can-  von. at which point is a mineral spring,  at, prc.-ent used as a public bath* by  thu few people who teside theie. From  Albert C.invon north up the north fork  -ot-l-lie-MleefllewaoUriver,���������Uian^-soiith-s  Gr. 33.  Ferguson, B. C.  Certificate of Improvements  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  Tostn inade up to '-MlUOlbs.  A specially iniulu of chockine Smelter  Pulps.  Samples lrorn the Interior bv mail or  express promptly ntiended to." .  Correspondence solicited.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  **f*l"f*H**l**H������M**I.^1.*;.*I-l.+1..I";..T..I.^.^.t.  c*  Successor to 1). .leuUIn**,  Manufacturers of ,*.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  nsroTiaiE-  Repairing of Boots, Shoes  and Harness, a Specialty.  '  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Is in a position to give as %ood value for the  money expended, either for advertising space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia. Write for Samples of Printing". All work  turned out promptly. One price to all, Ho job  can be too large or too small for THE HI SRALD.  "O.K." Mineral riliilm, situate in the  llevelsioke Mlniiif Division of Wo.l Kuoienay  llistriei:  Where located:���������In -Ciround Hob Iluiin, on  McCullongh llreeic.  TAKK NOTICK that I, Churlcs I*. I.lniliniiric  of  ltevelslcikc, Kree Miner's l.'crllllciilu  No. tl  1U0II, intend, slxtv dnys Irom the time hereof,  in apply in lhu MIiiIiik Keeorder f.ir a Oertlll-  ciLte   ol   Inipioveiiicius,   for    lhe  piirpoin  ol  obtaining n Crown Omul nf lhe above claim.  Antl further lake nollci* Hint action under  _iui'liiiii-::7. must be commenced before lhe  Issuance of such Cerllllciue of Improvement 1.  Dated this Slh'day of August, A.I)., Will.  AiiKl7Bm CHAS. 1-'. l.INP.M A UK.  f  OPPOSITE  HERALD   0FF2CE.  GALT GO  FIRST CONSIGNMENT WILL.  AUItrVE Fill DAY.  ..$7.50 per ton..  Place your orders at onco in time  toi* the. November storm  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The   choice   land   north   of   truck,  between Tapping's and Unix's, will  be   subdivided for sale as   *.ooii as  possible.*  2. WI. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C  P. O. llo>:, -Iii.  TBSV8E TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU.  J. C. HUTCHISON,: hbst street  KunnltiK between ���������Arrowhead, Thomson's  l.nndlnii and Comaplix, coinmeiiciiiB Ooiober  Mill, 191)1, will sail as lolloivs, weather pcrmit-  lini;:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix     twicednily���������10k. and 18k.  I.eavinc Comnpllx and llionison's Lntidini,  for Arrowhead twice dally���������":13k ami 12:l*>k  Making close connections with all Ci. V. It.  Steamers and Train*).  The owners reserve tbo right lo change times  of sailings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  WANTED.  Wanted immediately a Cook and Waiter  Wages ?30and $i. respectively. Apply M.M  Bl'ciiaka.v, Pcndrngoii Hotel, Camborne. oct9t  ���������ilons .Moose Ci-eek, then enst or W(*':Jt-  along Llie line of railway interesting  excursion? may he nmrte into the heart,  ol' tiie mountains, where peaks, valleys, lakes aiul Rlaciers are to he  viewed which are as yet unexplored,  and unnamed, many of which are not  one whit less interesting than those  surroiindinu the present popular summer resorts.  OAirK IN THE II.LI*:CII.I.]*:WAF.T mriTHUT  ���������'From Albert Canyon westward bifc  Kiini*." is very plentiful, goat, hear and  cariboo. I have seen as many as sev-  entei'n lietiil of caiiboo in one day up  Greeley creek. As forbear*;, lhe brown  ones in'e very iiuuiernn***. while others  -- grizzlies among them���������are seen  throughout tin* entire area. Mountain  goals ure evervwlieri*. blue grouse are  found on many of the peaks and ridges  ipiile high up." while the Rich-irdsrm *  grouse���������in* foolhen���������a smaller species,  and what is known as tin*, .spruce partridge abound every when* at lown*  levels. I'l.irtiiigan are found on all  ridges tin* hoars' marmot, nr whistler  which makes fair eating, inhabits  every umphitlieali e. These.funny lillle nnim.'ils look much like the Ontario  groundhog and may be seen sitting cn  huge boulders. They are of all si/.i s  anil ages. Porcupines are also nuiuei-  ous, lint are best left to themsclvis.  Fine large mountain tiout may be  taught in any of lhe si reams on either  side of the Great Divide.  A HOUIJCKT I'OIt TIIK C. I*. 11.  "I lannol leave the subject of my  ti-i-p without some good wotd for the  Canadian Pacilic lailway'and the Canadian Pacific railway's employes. I  experienced the greatest courtesy antl  kindness from >i'l the oHicinls and sei-  vants of the Mountain division, fiom  llie genial superintendent, Mr. T.  Kilpatrick, to the most junior brake-  man on th������. line. They all seemed to  take a fatherly interest in iis and never  did wc meet" without their making  eiir|tiii*ies-a������ to what had been our last  climb and what would be the next, "  what game we had seen and whether  we had discovered any mineral. Xo  trouble seemed too great for them to  take in order to help us through. 1'heir  hotel accommodation for travellers to  be found at their respective summer  tesoitsatid in the Kockies cannot he  surpassed. The management is excellent and too much cannot he said of  the care and attention that is bestowed  by them upon the guests.  JCL  . ai. u������_*������/>i.Tr-_r. _ ���������+***+*'M,*'i'******'1 ���������***���������������****  fr       +  T--J   Him fa.   +  xf  andn lot of   Beautiful dishes %  " lAPASXESE," have just ������  ���������> fr  fr  *���������_���������>  ������ been po ned up at  | Catiatia Drug & Book Co I  REVELSTOKE.  t  Japaecse Napkins always in  stock���������35c. per hundred.  ** f ^..f.^.^.******************  Wi^iMl^MixWlWtlxWj^M)  f&mz������ UNION *-^&  Cigar   Factory  REVELSTOKK,  BORN.  Litti-k���������At Kamloops on 4th inst., to  Mi*, and Mrs. David Little, a  dnugliter.  MARRIED  Smith ��������� Pi-oni*:���������At the Dominion  Hotel, Victoria. B. C, on the 21th  October, IDOL by the Rev. Alex.  l*'raser. Alec 1*'. ."smith to Florence,  second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K.  It. Ptighe. of Golden, B. C.  Notes of News.  tonis  There are three things which astonish those unacquainted with our sto.k of oP-TO-DATE  DRESSGOODS.    ���������  QUALITY I  BEAUTY!  They wear well, look well, and arc easy to buy.  We sell our Carpets made and laid, and 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 are complete and  up-to-date.  Our BOOTS AND SH323 arc   well sold and  Pick out any and every article you admire 01-  desire in our Store and you'll be surprised and  gratificJ to leirn the price���������No shelf-worn, shop-  Mrs. S. Jl. Bultiiii has returned from  her visit to Golden.  SherilV Uedgrave is  doctor's care savs thr  the  a   Urge  making  wjrn, left-overs.  Gjod O.iality, at  TAYLOR & GEORGE'S  again under  Kra.  1,. Schnider has received  consignment of leather for  nnd repairing harness.  Private ml vines announce the  marriage, of 11. M. Carter of Ciicle  City, at Walla Walla. Wash., on  Oct. With.  A. Ferguson has just returned from  taking the last shipment' of Triune  ore for. the season. to Trail. The  returns aro the best yet.  Dr. White wliile on hit" way on  Wednesday from Banff to the Halcyon  Dot Springs hart to be taken from the  train to the Golden hospital.  W. B. Pool, manager of the Nettie  1.., Thos. Taylor M. \\ P. and A.  Ferguson of the Triune were passengers from the south on Monday.  The Edmonton Post announces tha  engagement of Mr. AV. McDonald,  manager of the clmperial Bank at  Ferguson to Miss Mabel Cameron.  John Sanderson is carrying a. real  old Irish blackthorn, the gift of Kev.  Mr. Turner, who brought it hack  especially for him from  Londonderry.  The consensus of opinion among  those who have been on the ground is  that there are good pay" shallow  diggings on Eureka creek in the  Horsefly camp but that there is no  use trying to get in tliere to do anything till next spring.  The Western Mining World has got  a new B. C. correspondent, who writes  from Nelson and there is really some  Kootenay mining news in that excellent periodical now, a feature in  which it has formerly been sadly  lacking.  Mr. Alex. McLean, of the Kamloops  boot, and shoe store, has made a satisfactory settlement with his creditors  and will continue in business at tho  old stand as heretofore. This announcement will be very gratifying to  Mr. McLean's many friends in and  around Kamloops.- Inland Sentinel.  Bruce Tl. Warden, formerly connected with the War Eagle, left last  night f������r the Lardeau, where he will  lake the position of mine manager of  the Silver Cup. one of the best known  of the high grade Lardeau miues. Mr.  Warden lias been connected with Uie  Silver Cup in past years, but is now  assuming a more important post in  connection with the property,���������Boss-  lttnd Miner.  Wake Up  JOHN D. SIBBALD,:^* ?  G. F. CURTIS  .A-G-Ensra? pob,  REAL ESTATE  All school children from second  primer down will be divided into two  parts, on and after Mondav IS'ov. ISth.  All residing east of Garden Ave. will  attend Mis*, Eraser* room in the  Selkirk Hall and all residing west of  fiarden Ave. will attend Miss Creech's  room in the old school buildings. I'or  the information of the puhlic we may  state that Garden Ave. is the street  running along the side of Tappings  Opera llnu**e and between the Kiiter-  priau Cigar Factory und Mr. .Vinan's  resident.-.*.  PRICE  ���������all  Stylish,  ail   of  AND  SEE TIIE BARGAINS AT  GUV BA KB I*: It's IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  . 1844 Rodfi-ers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  d. I', it. TOWXBITK.  JIAUA TOWXSITK.  TAYLOR BLOCK,  The H Kit.. l.n noticei from the  general statement of the Molsons  lUnk that, the year ending Sept. IWt'l.  IIK'll, has been an exceedingly satisfactory one. The net earnings equal  1 1.1."> per cent on the paid up capital  ami after paying the usual bonii*** of  om* p. c. to itH shareholders the bank  carries over $100,000 to the reserve  fund, making it total S2,I.V),������XKJ nr  over So% of the paid up capital.* It is  the intention of the bank to start, an  officers pension fund with tlie New  Year.  Thos. Taylor M. P. P., infoi mrd th  TlllitALD that the construction ofthe  Lardeau branch is rapidly nearing thee  foot of Trout l^ike. The most advanced camp is only a mil* and a  half from Gcrrard. There is less snow  in the Lardeau valley below the lake  than iu most jiarts of North Kootenay  and horses can winter out there, so  that there will be no difficulty in  keeping operations going till the end  of tlie year. Mr. Taylor confirms the.  news that the C. P. SI. have made a.  deal with W. Abrahanison for a right  of way through his townsite at Trout  Lake City but he is of the opinion  that once at thc foot of the lake,  where they will be able to control tho  traffic it may lie a. year or two before  the company extend tbe branch he-  jond Genuid.  Vincent Lade, oT Ferguson, came np  from the Lardeau on last night's train.  Yesterday was tho   anniversary  the historic "Gunpowder Treason  plot."'  ���������Be with the crowd come and  patronize the new Kevelstoke Furniture Co.  ���������A large order of blinds, curtains,  poles, trimmings, etc., just arrived at  the Revelstoke Furniture Co.  A number of dogs were poisoned by  some unknown fiend in the west end  of town yesterday. If he is caught he  is liable to be made a summary example.  Roger F. Perry, of Goldfields, Fish  Creek, has acquired the water power  on Scott Creek near Goldfields for  sawmill purposes.  Monday, Nov. 11 th, is the. next regular meeting of thu hospital board and  a full attendance is requested as there  is some important business to he transacted.  Thursday Nov, 2S is gazetted a  public holiday hut so far no steps have  been officially taken with regard to  the observance of thu King's birthday  on Saturday. Nov. Oth.  XV. 3. Twiss of Kaslo. general agent  for the Mutual Life of Canada is in  town and is desirous to appoint a  local agent. Mr. Twiss is a brother-in-  law of .John Keene of Kaslo who ran  as Conservative, candidate for the  Slocan riding at the last provincial  election.  Thu S'20 shares in the British Lion  Gold Mining it Development Co., of  Ontario. Ltd.. have gone up from S-l  to S10. The company, which is com-  posed of Ontario people, is operating  the Big Four property in thu YTniT'  camp, a gold-copper proposition averaging)821 a ton in v.ilut  i.s their Si. C. agent.  Andrew F. Rosenberger and Miss  Mary Amelia Dynes wei'. united in  the bonds of matrimony Saturday  evening. The ceremony wa*- performed by Uev. Dr. Wright of SI. Paul's  Presbyterian chun-h. Mr. Rosenberger i.** the wi*ll known mining  promoter anil head of (liu Prospector".**-  KNchaugi*. while his bruin is a popular,  uccoiiiplished and h>iiid.*,om<- young  latlv of this cil v. -Nelson .Miner.  CT1W A TVTPIA T     t Canada Permanent & Western  PI  1 Alll.l Al.*-*t       Ciinmlii Mnrnciiiru Carii-irtuloi..  x imniumt,   <!���������:<]niluijlu .'in-iii*;*, Unm um! Uiilliiiii*; A  INSURANCE !  iBi^ '&M,  aits/uiuui-viL.   .       . CijiifedoriUiiiii Life.       Alius  COAL FOR SALE, HOUSES FOlt SALE AND RENT  B Association.  Mercantile I'I re.  AJJ^ss^eyeistoke Station.  fr  fr  *  *  <->  ���������_���������  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr ***i*&PPPPp.ppppppp&ppppp.*ppix*iPP^  ZDZE-LiIESS���������-BtsBtasB-s..     , *  Many , nicn   have - many  minds in the matter of dress (  ���������but the dictates of fashion '  must be considered. - *  We make thc clothes you  want, correct in style, ofthe '  best material, and in a fault- '  ess manner. 1  There's real distinctive- '  ness in the garments we '  make. ' ��������� 1  Our stock, is, the largest  and best assorted in the city  1  Your Patron.-13-a Solicit J".     B     GI^ElSSn^A-lsr,       '  The Art Tailor,. Mackenzie Ave.  BLINDS. CURTAIN POLES, TRIMMINGS, PICTURE MOULDS,  Etc. ��������� Cabinet Making, Uholstering, Picture Framing, Polishing,  and all kinds of repairwork.  UNDERTAKING.  Collins made at a few hours' notice.    Finished in cil her Walnut,  Cherrv, Black Cloth or Polished Oak. at EASTERN' PRICES  rt-iT-TIIREE YEARS EXPERIENCE AT TUE BUSINESS.  R EVE LSTQKEVZEU R N LTUR E-CQ^Y.^  Missionary Services,  Kev. Mr. Turner occupied the pulpit  in the Methodist church both morning  antl evening lust Sunday, preaching to  crowded congregations. Special music  was rendered on the occasion. The  collection was devoted to the missionary fund. During liis sermon in the  evening he gave a most interesting  and instructive account of liis four  month's trip over the All*C*iniidi,ui  route from his home in Lillooet to  Dawson.  Last, night Mr. Turner gave a, lecture  on his impressions   of   the   Klondike  The   church   was packed,    a    number  of old timers being present to welcome  the   first   minister     of     Revelst-oke".  pioneer   days.       A    programme   was  rendered by members of lhe old   time  choir   and   the.   ladies   of the   church  served refresh men ts.      A  most enjoyable   anrl     instructive   evening     was  spent by all present.  The following was  the   programme:  Instrumental, Mr. Taylor  and   Mijs  SilTHgO.  Solo. Mm. Dent.  Speech. Mr. Turner.  Solo, Miss Fee.  Recitation, Miss Valentine,  Anthem, The Old Choir.  Our Stock of Groceries  Are,   as Usual, Fresh and Gos.ip.etE.  Notice.  Thr ladies of Revi*l.*.Uil<e ar'. respectfully 1 pqiiested li. al t'lid a nn el.iiig in  thc. interest-, i.f tin* Vicloriii Cottage  II oopihi! io hi. held on Kridi ���������}' tifl.ei  noon it half pa**), thref.-o'clock in Fire  Mall No, 2- A full attendance is re-  f|iicsti*d.  M. K. La it-^fi .'������������������,.  SeciteU'iry.  Needful  Group.  A letter received at th** flv.HAl.rt  oflice from Camborne last ni; ;bt reports  business and mining im f loir fishing in  the gold fields of" Fish Or pek, Th<-"  asscsrnenl work on the Neci Iful group,  which wn* one of the fiist o f t.he goltl  strikes made in the camp 1 11st spring,  proves very encouraging and a large  hody of high grade gold ore has buen  found.  N.-MeNab,  Reduced Rates  Special rates of fare ari,<l one third ;  for the round trip will be jnit in rlFeet  on the Canadian Pne'x'.ii: Railwr.y in  connection with the King's Birthday.  Tickets will be on sale November 8th  itndUth with lituil limit of November  1Kb. Also in connection with Thanksgiving Day special rutij of fine and ono  third for round (rip will be in effect.  Tickets will he on stale November 20th.  27th and 28th, good to return until  Noyeniber 30th. Thiise rates apply  between all stations w est of Dunmor  Junction. 11  School Report.  R"portol' standing of pupils in tin*  !*enior cleparliii'*nt of lhe Kevelstok  Public School, for tin* mouth of  October. Tin: first, three iu eaib clas*.  nre givi-tr in order of merit. Regular  attendance and gor.d conduct count  high in thi? report:  High .School Oliis.i.���������W Law-on. F,  Fraser, M. Arlnir.  ���������lib Cfnss.���������A. Urrpihai-t, ,J. Moigan,  IL  Jlul.lw.     :  ���������Hh Olm.fi. ���������VV. McRury,  I>. .Morgan.  Iteporth arc issued to all  of <*.veiy dcpaj-lment   and  returned signid hy one of lhc parents.  The system of marking is as follow**-.  Twelve marks are given for each coiii-  pl.-tf*   day's   work.     Absence   cancels  these for the day.    Once   Iatn   or   one  demerit cancels three marks, thus four  demeiil.H cancel the whole day's marks.  This   system   gives   from   aX)   lo  2Til)  nr.'irks ������, month   for   complete   work.  Tine remaining mark1, arc obtained   by  the* regular Friday examinations.  E. Wn.st������c,  Principal.  the  ate  pupils  to   he  Lady Minto Expresses Thanks  OOVMIIXJIKN'T Housi..  Ottawa, Oct. UO.  Dhaii Miis. I/Awson  Will you kindly convey to the  Ladies Auxiliary of the Victoria  Hospital my sincerest thanks i'or the  beautiful bracelet tliey have been so  good as lo send me. I .'tin deeply  touched by their kind thoughts and  shall always value their gift not only  I'or the interest that is attached to it  but also as a charming souvenir of my  short visit to Revelstoke, when it  all'orded ine so much pleasure to lay  the foundation stone of flu*. Hospital.  I should also like fo congratulate the  ladies on the artistic way the nuggets  have been mounted. I much admire  Ihe beautiful workmanship , and the  pretty design.  Helieve me,  Yours Sincerely,  ���������  Mahv Minto.  New Map of the Lardeau.  The Hicham) begs to acknowledge  with thanks the receipt of the now  map of the ��������� Lardeau, compiled by  Messrs. Shannon Si Cuminings. of  Ferguson. The map.'ropies of which  can he obtained from II. P. Peltipiece,  proprietor anil I'di'.or of the F.igle. is  an exceedingly complete and acctirali-  nll'air. showing every location fron,  Fi.-h River lo llowser Lake. It i.-  Mimething which has been long needed  and will lie of immense use to invesst-  tors and mining men, besideb furnish  ing a splendid practical advancement  of the camp.  QO TO-  Lauder's Bakery  l-'ar tivurytliln*; Fresh iiml New  Fit U IT CAKK        MADEIRA CAKK  SI'ONCIE (JAKE     SCOTCH CAKE.'  LADY KIMilJI'.S    MACUAItOONS  ���������JliKKANTMJNS DIXXEIl ROLLS .  l'lll'V l'ASTKV      I'JKS.  TARTLETS      --    HUSKS for Infants  OUR SPECIALTY:    DECORATED OAKEB.  I'rompt unlivery to nny pnrtaf town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  tl!  re I  The Woodlitirn Milling Co's pri-misus  at Woodstock, Ont., were destroyed  bj? Ure yesterday.  Ophir-Lade Shipment.  "VV. U. Pool, marager of thc Nettie  L. and Ophir-Lade mines left this  morning for Trail with a 1000 lb.  sample of Ophir-Lade ore, taken from  50 tons on the dump, for a smelter  test,  COUGH SYRUP  SPECIALLY TOR CHILDREN  EASY TO TAKE.  Affords   marvellous  nntl prompt  relief.  Try a Bottle for 25c.  W. Bews.  , BROWN BLOCK.  Phm. B.  ' TEL. 48.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that 00 days alter date I  intend to apply to tlie Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the following described lands:  Commencing at a post marked Boger F.  Perry'K southeast corner post situate about 200  leet from Scott Creek, tbence west 40 chains;  thence north 1C0 chains; thence east 40 chains;  ihence south 160 chains, to the place of com-  mencement; containing OW acres.  I ROGER F. PERRY.  Goldfields, B. C, Oct. 17ih, 1901.      Nor. 6-������.  H\  4  ii  of  A  ���������" It  ���������-- :i.  '������.

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