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 ^rA'&\^^i'.^'i^v,J-v^.'^^^'r':^'  Pwi-ytr yv-tLj; Aj.L^i7m;  \  Vol    V.  No 93  REVELSTOKE B.C.   SATURDAY,   DECEMBER  4,  1901.  $2 OO a  Year in Advance  <*4Mi*<r<h0V*V4;*^'**'-tt*M<-*&4Hfia  'I'lxo largest and most complete  Mock in  Kooienay.  TIIK MAl.TKSK BRAND. Hip  and Knee Bnnl***. al.-o Laced and  1 and 2 Huckle Lumbermen's  Snag Proof Boots. Theai* particular lines of "Rubber Goods,  are guaranteed by us.  Ladies', Gent's and Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  and  A large importation and acom-  plcle assortment, of SLATER'S  famous Boots and Shoes, King's  and Bell's I3oots and Shoes,  "Weston's Youths' and Children's Boots and Shoes. Tho  above are tbe very best boot  .-ind Shoe manufacturers in  Canada and the goods [are  warranted the host on . the  market.  CARPETS,  RUGS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECIAL. REDUCTION for  this month iu CARPETS ANC RUCS  ��������� Beautiful selections ��������� choice  Patterns.  The Linoleums are directly imported and are- iirst-class in  every respect.  Flaniiel and  Flannelettes  Our stock of Flannel and Flau-  nellettes for this Fall were the  Best ever put on" the market  here and met with a ready tale.  \t  L  The Great Free Milling- Property ofthe Famous Fish River  Camp. ��������� Immense   Shewinr.s  On the Surface, Indicating- the  Pressure of an Extraordinary  Body of Rich Quartz in thc Hill  Tin* 'iicomyiiuyuig   diagram    shews  the modus operandi,  whiih   is   being  adopted on   the   Oaiiilinine  group,    in  tho Fish River en nip,   by   llu;   Northwestern        Devi-lnpmenl       Hviidic-.-ite,  c  better than whole column's of description could do. At the top will he seen  lhe main fiee milling quart'/, lead,  which has been traced clear acro-s  the eight claims in lhe group. As  will be seen a tunnel is being run liom  the point on the mill .site at the foot of  the hill wliere Ihe surface sliewings of  the outcrop cut the Jleiilieiinick c'reek  trail. After being driven .j..">00 feet  the tunnel will be directly under the  mouth of the shaft which is being  sunk on the group on the ledge where  the big outcrop is located, at which  point it is estimated that n depth of  16o0 feet will he gained.    Tho tunnel is  being driven so ns Lo keep along the  l.-dge all the way gaining depth with  every foot. Tlieiuitci opof thisNol vein  .is il i.s called is of great width���������nearly  100 feet, and runs clear up and down  the hill. Hit further, olher leads  radiating Ironi the big outcrop, on  tup have been (raced at intervals  running down the slope of the bill  I on which the group ia located. All  | tlu* indications point to the existence  ol an immense ore body in the depths  of the hill. It is obvious that the  Northwestern D-jvelopment syndi-  cil e's plan of operations will inevitably disclose, whel her such a body of  ore exi.-ts or mil. If it does the potentialities of wealth to be obtained  from tbe property are incalculable.  Tf I he indications hold out, there must  l>e millions of tons ot free milling  quarts, to lie opened up by the long  tunnel and shaft, as shewn on the  diagram and the Cunlniriu' mini, will  prove a second Smith Dakota llonie-  stuke.  Because not only are the cropping*  on the property letnarkable in size but  the value of the quartz exposed is  considerable. Thero is plenty of the  rock on view in town and as everyone,  who has examined it. knows it is  almost impossible to select a piece,  which does not carry particles of I'ree  gold distinctly visible to the naked  eye.   At every point at which the veins  have been opened up tliey cairy the  gold values. A general average of  specimens laken nil over the group  .goes about .$28 lo the Ion. Hut selected  samples have run nil lhe way fiom  ,$2:l.").0O to .<jiO,ul):i.2(J. Nobody expects  such Tallies us these last to hi-  maintained, but pockets of quartz  going lhat high may certainly be  looked for and will lend lo greatly  raise the total output of lb'-* mine.  As n matter of l'ai t I hern is now  enough five milling qu.ulz actually in  sight, which could be mined without  any development work being done nl  ���������ill. to keep a (illy si,imp 'mill  going for a couple of yens. The  indications aie lhat lhe Camborne  group will ptove under dcvcinpmt-ut. a  great big properly, ranking in the  lirst-cluss of the guld producers of the  world.  Col. Prior Unseated.  Hon. E. (!, Prior. iiit-mlier for Victoria, was unseali-d on .Mondav. Tin*  fact that some of his friends had hired  hacks on election day, Nov. 7, WOO,  came to his knowledge nnd in consi;-  quenei* he plead. 1 guilty tn ,-i cotilra*  venlion of llie Act in th'nt. rcspecl. The  judge ;ibsnliit;ily,. absolved "Col. Prior  himself from any corrupt, practice.  The petition against Mr. Farle was  dropped. The result of lhe lri.il.  combined wilh .Mr. li.nlc'.s assigniuenl.  throws open nolli Victoria seats in I In*  Federal House.  ss  iiKess  and Quilts  "We have just received a now  line of the above articles and  placed them for sale. Special  bargains iu WHITE WOOL.  LUankets.  men  G-oods ������ ^  "Wc* aie shewing a splendid line  of Table Cloths���������bleached unbleached, coloied. Towellings,  Pillow Casings, .Sheetings���������all  _.widths.-=_^ j���������^_���������1_= _i,*v=.  jjji.iv,*{_i ���������  President's Roosevelt's First  Message to Congress Commands Great Attention.���������Big  English Shipping Company  Bought out by American  Capitalist.  Colon. Dec. 4.���������The interior of lhu  country is almost enl irely quiet. Only  a few scattered insurgent bunds mv  here nnd there waging a. guerilla warfare, which causes tbe government no  anxiety, Gon. Diaz and (Jen. Lugo  are about to surrender. The total  number or killed and wounded on both  sides during the recent engagements  i.s estimated at about *100.  NkwYohk, Dec. ���������!.��������� A heavy snow  storm has beeh raging for many ho.urs  at" lloosack Falls, N.V. Trains are  delayed and traffic generally is  blocked.  London. Dec. -I.���������Loid Stiathconu,  who has been confined to his house  with a severe cold, is still seriously ill.  He cannot leave his bed and is unable  to do any business.  London, Dec. 1,���������The Standard says  it believes there is some truth in lhe  rumored negotiations for n. j transfer to  the;United States' of an impoilant  English shipping company. The ileal  will involve financial operations of  several million pounds.  Adrian, Mich., Dec.' -I*.���������At ihe  inquest today the engineer of lhu  -���������ant humid train said that the wind  was blowing the order at the time the  conductor read it to him. He failed  Lo see the word "Seneca" and .ran past  that station, thus causing thu accident  by. which 100 lives werelost last \\ ed-  ni'bd.iy.  Washington, Dec. I. ��������� Congiess  listened yesterday to the lirst "message  I'roni President Roosevelt and then  adjourned as a mark of respect to Ihe  late President,McKinley.  Victoria, Dec.-L���������A report.hrought  from Skagway by the steamer Alki  says thnt the "White Horse is  inundated and an ice jam threatens to  submerge  the entire, town   witli   the  l>ack.water.   .   ���������.-   ���������'   ;.,"'-i*-.:,,'.*.* .,,>���������*.,: i- ,;     ^"'S^lW'rBi-^  of the Green Ridge Coal Company was  limned yesterday with all the boiler  and engine houses and other buildings.  Lns-s $110,000. Six hundred men'are  l hi own out'of employ ment,  Ni-;\V    York,- Dec.   1  .used ils dooi* yesterday pending an  examination hy gnvei iimi-ni nllici.ils.  The K-ller's nci-ouiils arc short ������100,000.  London, Dec. !.���������I.<nd Kollu-liild, of  London, believe*, tint President  Roosevelt's message to Connies'' in  which he declares that reciprocity is  i hu'handmaid uf protection, will  create a demand in Knglimd for  protection, and that at least partial  protection will take lhe place of free  trade.  -The    Fust  National   Bank   of   Bulls!on.    N.   Y.,  Grloires!!  ���������Gloves!!!  .lust received an assorted shipment. o"l" Ladies' Kid Cloves  imported fiom Frace.  A Complete Line  of Groceries  As usual, our stuck of Groceries  aril the very best obtainable in  t he market.* of the world. Every  article Fresh. Piu chased in  carload lots regularly every  month.  Gent's  Furnishings  Our lines in this Department  are most complete and we  carrv a carefully selected stock.  They include the Latest Styles  in Hats���������hard and soft���������Shirts  White and Colored, Collars,  Cuffs, Underwear, Imported  Goods, Hosiery, etc., and we  specially call your attention to  our Imported. Underclothing.  TIES.  We are showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  CB.HUME&CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Co  and Bennett Fuse.  CORRESPONDENCE.  The Mail and the Labor Party  To Tin: IlKHAT.n:  The Mail under "Political Notes"  last week makes some suggestions  with reference to having ' certain  understandings with the Labor Party  in the matter of candiihiU*-**. 1 wish lo  say that the Labor people, having  once entered upon the deviou.-, ways of  politics, will stand ur full as a Labor  Party. \They have passed through too  many disappointments in the past in  supporting double fated politicians to  now allow the latter to ingratiate  themselves in^o tlie good graces of the  wage earner. " " "'  I wonder if the Mail intends to offer'  an insult to the Labor Party by  mentioning ,I. M. Kc'.lie as a po������ible  ���������Labor candidate. "' Mrr-^Kellie���������has'al^  ways been a very consistent, old parly,  capitalist politician and no doubt has  ever worked foi- the private interest of  -Mr. Kellie instead of working in the  public interest, for which he was  I'lccled and paid, ft i* not. likely that  Air. Kellie would change his spot*, in so  short, a time as lo make a good Labor  representative. Can Mr. Kellie prove  a single inslance where he has not  favored by bis vote in parliament all  special privilege schemes and the  heaviest pushers for self aggrandise  mi-tit at the public expense.  Now you members of the Lihernl  association, you who dominate that  association, you who delight in selling  tn the wage earners his own product^  at live times the price he received in  wagt'H for producing them, aud brintr-  ing them to their own door, you who  meet in secret council in y.-ur Boaids  of Trade and petition gov. i-nments for  special laws in the 0coiMineicial iu-  teres's, you who confer together fixing  J it-ices of the necessaries ol life in  Jnn ids of Trade, a nd uutt-Mc blandly  proclaim that "coiupetitiun is the life  ot tiail."," we have learned to know  you. We know lhe gUd band cf  com mere'al IriemUhip. and tie  chui-chly smile of good will' before  elections. Thank you "Mail." I hop*  the laboring men will develop sufficient backbone to stand alone and not  again place themselves in the power,  of the first political hack Lhat pieaeuts  himself.  Onk ok the Labor Paktv.  In some states of Australasia railway employees who are discharged  have a right to take their case before  an appeal board, which is composed of  representee practical railroad men.  who review the case and give their  decisions, making allowances for  circumstances which can not even be  explained to men who have not had  actual experience under tlie trying  circumstances which often confront  the man actually in service. The  decision of the appeal board is final  and often reverses the decision of the  ollicials who discharged the employee.  In such cases thc man is reinstated,  with full pay for the time he has been  idle.���������Railway Employes Journal.  PRODUCING STRAIGHT  ERONT EFFECT WITH OR WITHOUT  STRAIGHT FRONT OR ERECT FORM CORSETS.'   ������  '.  THE KEW WAIST  PERFECT0R  ADJUSTED ON  CORSET  THE  STRAIGHT FRONT  EFFECT  ' COMPLETED  NEW  Waist Perfector and Long- "Waist Former.  w  "Ts a simple little device that attaches to thc'CorscL as in Figure Two, and is used  to give that Long Graceful effect to" the Sh'it Waist without having to slope the  Waist-Band, or wear " Erect Form " Corsets. It is self-adjusting to both long and  figures. ' '  FOR SALE BY  MAIL ORDERS  SOLICITED.  v***^**********-******** t*^,t*****-ire-r������*������'*������r-rr������~^^  Tabloid Telegrams  The Seal tie Sound -.teamm- " .Skagit  Chief i.*, ii total wreck on the Ulakely  itic-ks, nen* I'le.iMiu'. Ho.-tch. She hit,  the rink in a heavy fog. Hoal-j were  lowered .nu! the passengers safely  landed.  The Dominion Coal Co., Halifax  closed the contract to supply sixty tons  and Ions of coal to U. S. railway  companies.  All the London and Merlin morning  papcis publish a long summary ot  Pres I. Roosevelt-? message to Congress  Mid   comment favorably thereon.  The City Council.  Mel as n.tiial Friday, present the  -Mayor. Aid. McCarty, Bourne, .McLeod. Abrah.unson.  "  '   coitiiiosi'OXUK.vci*:  The city solicitor pointed out that as  the proposed central lire hall bylaw  enumerated three sepatate objects of  expenditure*, it would require by  statute three separate petitions, one  for each item. The act ii very explicit,  on this point. A , voter might bejin  favor of one item and not of another  and it was therefore provided that  (here should be a chance of voting on  each separately.  11YI..UVS  The  bylaw   to   permit' votes, "who  have not   paid   their taxes for 1001 to  vote at lhc   next   municipal   election  was lu-cotisidered and linally passed.  I N(jui lines  Aid. McLeod asked if the city intended to do anything about lighting  Third .St.. as had been passed by the  council.     ���������  Tiie city clerk said the company had-  not got thc street poled. .  .  Aid.   McCarthy    said   he    thought  f  ,T* rt ."ir --irL  -������. > ^Lff 1 -v*  nitiuicalfe with-the   company   on" the-^  subject. -       .      ,   '���������      -  A Railway Conference.  A conference or trnlTic officials ofthe  Canadian Pacilic, Canadian Northern,  Noi thurn Pacific uud Grent Northern  relative to the general rate situation  occurred in St. Paul last week, at  which were piesent seven officials from  across the border. The Canadian  officials are G. M. Jiosworth, freight  traffic manager at Montreal: AV. R.  Mclnnes, assistant fri_igh.t-Ltr.ifl.ie  manager at Winnipeg; 'SZT~~3"I Coyle.  assist ant general passenger agent* at  Vancouvei: William Stitt, who goes  to Sydney, N. S. XV.. to represent * the  company: O. C, Davidson, assistant  general p.tssenger agent at Winnipeg; .  J. Godley of Montreal, all of the  Canadian Pacilic, and George II. Shaw  traffic manager of cthe Canadian .  Northern:  The Nellie Group.  The men who weie employed all  summer on the Nellie group-on Lexington  Creek   came   into     town     on  _^Uu_ll!ayi_ha.ving___fini������h������_L1thi^ work=  I'or the season. A tunnel 17o feet long  was vxxn in unci the foot wall was  I etched at. 1 IT feel and tlie hanging  wall at 115 feet, making IS feet, of a  solid ledge, can ying galena and iron  sulphides fiom wall to' wall. The  Nellie group i.-, not only rich in silver  lead but also has very "high values in  sold. Tiie Minnesota Mining and  Development Cn. ,-u-o the owners of  Ibis v.-ilu.-ililc propel ty and next year  Ihe Nellie group will no douht lie  added to tbe liM. of the high grade  shippeis of ihe Fish Creek and'Lai-dean  ditlricls.  Canadian Yeomanry.  The force* will consist of I companies  of Ul men each. Term of service 12  months or for the dm-jitum rf the wur.  No man under 20 or ovor 10 will be  taken. Stiuidiucl height not under  5 ft. o in., weight not more than IS5  lbs.._ thi-st not less than SI inches.  Pri'feienie will be iriven to men wbo  hnvo served in So-.ith Afi ica. P.iy  I'rom .fil.21 for privates to 82.1!) per  day for regimental sergeant-major, lo  commence fiom dav of embarkation.  Pteviou*. to that dale ordinarv c.ivulry  rales of pay will prevail. Ottawa vill  be tbe point ot i-oncenir.ition and  transport aim sub.-.i*>tence will lie  piovided. Ri'i i uiting for 10 men will  lake place al Kevelstoke on Wednesday, Dec. I Ith, a week from todav.  The Horsefly Placer Fields.  There aro reported by the Ashcroft  .Journal coi*i-*-.poi)(leiit to be 20 men  wintering on Kinr-k.i ritek. holding  claims and making preparation-, for  work next spring. Others are going  in about the new year lo locate on  Fraser Cieek. which lie- ea-t of Eureka  and is much larger and thought to bias rich, lt ir- believed more streams  east of Fraser Creek will be found.  Saunt Andra's Nicht. ���������*  The following greeting was wired  from the St. Andrew's Society, Vancouver to Kevelstoke:  lloo'.- a' wi ye kimniei ?  I loo due ye thrive ':  The pi pei������ blaw- we'll dance a" reel  Sync drink ye'er health belyve.   u ^cUi^e tymU anil %tsi\mt  ft\t\\'a Journal  I'nbiisliod Bv  The Revelstoke Harald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Juurnii! publlsliod in the  interests of the railway men. iiiiniii*. men and  business men nf tlie West. Days of Publication  Wednesday ami Satuiday.  AriVKIfllSINU 1UTBS.  Display ads., fl.fiii por .ineli; single eolumn,  52 per inch when inserted on title page  Legal ads., in eents per inch (non.iHriel) line  for first inserlion; i> eeius for eaeh addiiional  insertion. I.oeiil notices 10 cents per line each  issue. Birth, Marriage ami Death Notices  iree.  Sl'1'.SCIUI'TlON   RATES.  Ily mall or Cn: riei-j $2 per annum; $1,115 for  s-ix mouths, strictly in advanee.  Ol'll .1011   DKI-AI'TMBXT.  isoue of the best equipped printing ollices in  the West and prepared to execute all kinds of  -.riming fn IirMclass style al hone-it prices.  One iirice to all. No Job loo large���������none too  small���������for us. Mail orders promptly attended  lo.   Oive us a trial on your next order.  TO COKHESI'OSRr.XTS.  We Invite correspondence on any subject  ot interest lo the general public, ln all eases  the bona lide name of the writer must accompany manuscript, bul not necessarily for  .publication.  Address all communications to thc Jf imager  J.0T1CE IO COIIIIESI'ONDE.N-TS.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   bo    leglblr  ���������written on oue side o( the paper only.  ���������J.���������Correspondence    containing      personal  emitter must be signed with the proper name  ol tlie writer,  ���������to'. E.GKOCIAN, Editor.  Wednesday,  Deckmiush 4, 1001.  WHEN THE SKY FALLS-  The New Denver Ledge hit a prominent nail squarely on thu head the  other day in the following reniaujts :  "Why are these reform parties so  shortlived 'i OrgaAzationu under the  name ot Socialism come and go like  periods of depression and prosperity.  They seldom live long enough to get  out of the primary stage. Is it because they so ciiiicUljT accomplish their  ends ? Not at all. The men that go  to make up the rank and file of these  new parties are not a whit more  patriotic than the rank and file of the  old parties. They join the new movement because it in new, and they think  they see in it a pa'nacea i'or all ills  that the body politic is heir to, and  they have an idea that in the cure of  the body politic their own lif������ of toil  will somehow, they know not how, be  made easier. But all reforms are  brought about by sacrifice*!, and if a.  man is unwilling to make the sacrifices,  he very quickly becomes tired of tho  new party and drifts.back into the bed  of lout energy and bobs about with the  crowd. Socialism means the betterment of mankind. But.no betterment  can be lasting that does not come  through the individual.^ Mankind can  be bettered only by mau bettering  himself���������intellectually, morally, spiritually. Any other betterment is  transitory. This means individual  ���������ft'ort, individual sacrifice, and if men  are too indolent to better themselves  tinder one political party they will not  under another."  Socialism is in the air. "Itis coming.'*  That iv the expression. It is to bring  in its train a state of society a la  Bellamy's "Looking Backward," the  "Uncle Toms' Cabin"' of the new  movement. AVe are all to be in the  enjoyment of a comfortable income,  no man more and no man less than  his neighbor, science is to convert  every city, country town and village  into a paradise on earth, and existence  is to be one long round of enjoyment,  ���������without a-\vorr-y-or-care.^_.ThiSi-is all.  "to come." In the meanwhile labor  is to^go on extracting the highest  possible wage out of reluctant capital,  everybody of the right kind is to back  it up in its efforts and incidentally  assist labor to get a slap at capital by  ���������iabor'\legislation or any other scheme  that seems feasible.  On the other hand however, we are  all also in duty bound to try and  induce this same capital to take hold  and develope the resources of the  country, so nn to give lots of work and  create plenty of business. In one  -column of tbe self same newspaper  you will read a string of extracts from  socialistic literature at 81.50 a hundred  and a sympathpticaccount nf asocialist  meeting and what Comrade whathis-  name said and how Comrade whnlyou-  ma'ycallhim was elected secretary and  in another yon will notice a glowing  account of the rich prospects to be  found up Grizzly Bear Canyon and ;an  -editorial lament lhat capital lias not  so far seen its way to furnish railway  connection with that rich mineral  section. Tbe idea seems to he that  this curious combination of struggle  and dependence is to last until the  ownership of the public facilities and  natural resources of thu continent has  become so limited, that al! the government will have to do is to say to a  couple of hundred or so of multimillionaires, "hand over" and then the  ���������socialistic era will dawn. The growth  of the settled belief that this is what  is  going   to   happen   ia   called   by   a  curious     misnomer,   thn.    Socialistic  "movement,"  The English and fierniiiii reforineis  waiting until the college of cardinals  advised the pope to inaugurate the  desired reforms in doctrine and discipline; Cromwell and his Ironsides  calmly tilling their farms in the  expectation that bye and bye Clarendon and Strall'ord would induce King  Charles to give the people of England  a constitutional government; these  would be parallel cases to this modern  idea of a movement.' Hundreds and  thousands of men and women and  little children have given their money,  their ease, their personal liberty,  their blood, theii- lives, their nil I'm  the sake nf a religion-; conviction or  the cause of .political freedom. BuL  for this material paradise to whijih  Socialism points the way men arc  content to wait. They dn not. say wc  will win it at any cost. They say " t  will come." But it will nevci runic- in  that easv fashion.  S YSTEM FED ERA Tl ON.  System Federation is thu title, by  which fhe ltailroad Trainmen's  Journal for December calls the latest  plan for combining the forces of the  railway brotherhoods for the redress  of    reasonable    grievances. Kach  organization is to preserve its  autonomy. To quote the Grand Chief  of the O. R. C. "It handles its own  affairs up to a point, wliere it can go  no further without resorting to a  strike. It can then call upon the  employes representative of other  organizations for their counsel, advice  and support." The federated board  sifts the complaint and if it is found  reasonable and fair, the board consisting of representatives of the other  brotherhoods in the employ of the  purticular company in question makes  every effort to arrive at a settlement  by force of. argument, with all the  added weight of an impartial judgement on the point at issue, and, it  may be added, with all the increased  strenght which the entrance of the  allied brotherhoods on the scene must  imply. " The Herald believes the  scheme has many advantages as  against the other proposition i'or an  actual amalgamation of all the railway unions in one. Nothing the  brotherhoods have obtained need bo  abandoned and a definite plan for  concerted action, when such is really  necessary, will be attained.  MODERN METHODS.  Speaking editorially of llu* reappointment of Mr. Hays as manager  of the G. T. R. the .Mail-Umpire   snys:  "With the beginning of Mr. Hay's  regime six years ago the Grand Trunk  entered upon the most brilliant peried  in its history. Of course, a favorable  change in its fortunes must in any case  have been incidental to the great outburst of national prosperity that began about the same time and has continued ever since. But if that prosperity helped to swell the earnings of  the road irrespective of management,  it also presented new problems Lo task  the resources of a manager. How wns  the increase in traffic to be provided  for at least cost? Under Mr. Hays,  indeed, it may be said that the Grand  Trunk became a promoter of the   gen  eral prosperity. Industries were encouraged at placee like Midland by  reasonable freight rates. To facilitate  traffic grades were reduced, steel  bridges took the place of less stable  structures, heavier rails were put down  over a great mileage, terminals were  improved, bigger engines were put on,  larger trains hauled, and trips were  made in greatly reduced tune. Soon  after Mr. Hays took affairs in hand  the period of net revenue deficiencies  came to an end.' In 1&0S there was a  surplus from which dividends were  paid on the 4* per cent, guaranteed  stock r.nd on the first perfcrence  stock.  Notice.  The following Liquor f-Iocn������(:K have boon  received for the Revehtoki*. I/ccn^c district,  vi/.:  C, P.K., filacer FroiiHc, CtliUMcr, B.C.  Eriwnnl Harrington, Merchants' Hotel,  Illccillewftct  Swan Anderson. Windsor Hot-MJIUecinowftet  E. J. Kerr. Arrowhead Hotel, Arrowhead.  J. J. Folev,I akc View Hotel, .Arrowhead.  Thos. 4\fcNaiitfht, Halcyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium, Halcyon lint SpriiiK*'  Michael Grady, Ht. Leon Hotel, .St. Leon  Spring**.  E.J, Hudson, Leland Hotel, Nakusp.  John Hector, Columbia House, Nakusp.  Thomas A briel. Hotel Grnnd, Nakusp.  T������ J. Lovctt, Burton Hotel, Jlurton City.  Isnac Rate Nock, I'lonccr Hotel. Thomsons  Landing.  T.   W,    Grahame,   Prospector's   Exchange.  Thorn"on'.s Lending.  J. A. Cameron, Hotel QnecnV, Comaplix.  It. (i. Macleod, Lardeau Hotel, Comaplix.  Cory Menhinfck, Pendmgon Hotel, Cam*  borne.  J. A. Grey, hv-a Hotel, Camborne.  And further take notice that lhe regular  meeting of thc Hoard of Ll(*en������c Commissioner* will be held In the Lake View Hotel.  Arrowhead, on thc ltith day of December, at  lhc hour of eleven o'clock, 1WH.  Tt. A. UPPER,  Nov.2*-tf Chief Licence Inspector  $ IS IN THE HEART OF  THE  GREAT FREE  GOLD  CAMP  ON   FISH   RIVER.  ONLY FOUR MILES..FROM  NAVIGABLE WATERS. .  Two ancl One-Half Hours take you to thc Main Line ofthe Canadian Pacific Railway,  A place of Great Business Possibilities.  Now is the time to make vour choice of Lots.  SIBBALD & FIELD  Agents.  A GOOD  NAME....  In better than riches  We have the name of making  the only SLylish Suits in Town  ���������for durability and quality  they alao excel.  .TRY ONE  R. S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  n thc County Court of Kootenay Holden  at Fort Steele :���������  WOTICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN that on the 17th  it day of October, l'JOl, it was ordered by His  Honour J. A. l-'orin, Esq., of the'snid Court,  that James Ferguson Armstrong, Official  Ailtnini'-trator of tlie County of Kootenay, be  ucliniuistriitorof all aud singular the Estate of  William E. Koss, of Ferguson, 11. (J., deceased  interstate.  Every person indebted to the said* deceased  is required tn make payment forthwith to the  undersigned.  Every person having in possession effects  bclnngLng to the deceased is required forthwith to notify the undersigned.  Kvory creditor, or other person, having any  claim upon or interest in thc distribution o'f  the personal estate of the said deceased i.s required wliliin thirty days of this date to send  by regislere'l letter addressed to the undersigned, his name and address, and the full  particulars of his claim'or interest, nnd a  .lutcmcnt of his account, and the nnturc of the  seourity, (il any) hold by him.  After the expiration ef the said thirty davs  the Administrator will proceed with the distribution of the estate, having regard to those  claims only of wliich he shall have had notice  Dated at Fort Steele this 17th dav of October.  11X11.  JAMES FERCUSON ARMSTRONG,  Oct. ���������10-til. Oliicial Administrator.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To Richard Mcdiaioiid.  Under Mineral Act 1S97 and amendments  thereto, notice is hereby given that we. Louise  I.contine Graham and (Jus Lund.-have performed all the assessment work on the "Golden  Ea-rle" mineral claim, situated on the divide  between French and McCullock Creeks, at the  head of Ground Hog Basin in the Big Bend  District of West ICootenay, located ltith September, 1S.-6 and recorded 21 September, 18%  and that Richard .MeDiarmid the recorded  owner of one-half'interest in said mineral  claim has neglected to do his share of the  work or to pay for same for the years 189S, 1S_*9.  Wjj and Wll.' Notice is hereby given to the  said Fichard 'MeDiarmld that unless said  charges are paid within ninety days of the  first pnblicationof this notice we shall proceed  to record said delinquent interest as provided  bv --.ection 11 of the "Mineral Act Amendment  XctriD-xr." ���������  Dated at P.evelstoke. B. C, Cth August, 1901.  Co-owneri;  11.. L. Graham,  - I Gua Lu>d.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  NOTICK IK HEREBY GIVEN, in pursuance of  the Creditors'Trust Deeds Act, 1901," that  John Vincent Perkf*,of the City of Revelstoke,  in the l'rovince of BrltlMi Columbia, Hotel  Proprietor, has by deeo, bearing date the 10th  day of October, A.D.. 1901, assigned all bin  real and personal property, except as therein  mentioned to John/Drlnkwater Sibbald, of the  said City nf lieveNtoke, General. Agent, in  trin-t lor the pnrpo**<* of satisfying ratably ami  proportionately and without -.irejudice or  prloritv, the creditors of tne said John Vincent Perks the Assignor, and the said Trustee  has undertaken the trusts created by the said  decl.  All persons having claims against the -*al*l  John vineent i'erks arc required on or before  thc tenth -lay of November, A. D., 11*01, to send  to tho snid Trustee lull particulars of the same  duly verified, together with the particulars of  she "ccurity. if any, held by them.  AND NOTICK IS IIEKEBV GIVEN that  alter lhc ������nid tenth day of November, 1201, the  "aid Trustee will proceed to distribute tbe  assets among those creditors whose claims'  have been lodged with him nnd that he will  not be responsible after -*h.1<I date for the assets  -n distributed, or any part thereof, to any  person or per.-on-*, firm or corporation, of  whose debt or claim he shall not then have  received notice.  A ."deeting ofthe Creditors ofthe said John  Vincent Perks will be h"I'I at the oflice ol  John Drlrikw.iter Sibbald, First Street, Kevelstoke, British Columbia, on Saturday, the  twenty-sixth day of October. A. T)., 1001, at the  hour of two o'clock in the afternoon.  I.at*>d at Revelstoke, R. C, this 12th day of  October, A. I)., 1901.  J. M. SCOTT, Kevelstoke, B. C.  Solicitor for the Trustee.  LOST.  A Flng--Union Jack���������from the Opera House  on or aboi't January 2nd, 1001, The flay was  u������ed for the decoration ol the Opera iron*-,  for the Trainmen's Ball on New Yenr'ji Eve.  'The finder will please return same to Hkra...>  0lfice. Oct. 9���������tf.  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICE that CO days alter date I  Intend to apply to the Chief Co-amissioncr  of Lands and works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the following described lands:  Commencing at R post marked Pogcr F.  Perry's southeast corner post situate about 200  feet from Scott Creek, thence west *10 ehalns;  thoncc north 100 chains; thence cast -10 chains;  thence soutli l������l chains, to the placo of commencement; containing 640 acres.  ROGER F. TERRY.  Uoldflel'ln, II. C, 0������t. I7i.ii, 1901.      Not, 6-tf,  Notice to Co-Owners.  To J.S. Patterson and nil others claiming  through him any interest iu the claims  hereinafter mentioned :  Under the Mineral Act, 1S97, and amendments  thereto:  NOTICE IS NEP.EItY GIVEN Hint we, F.  McCarty and II. J.Bourne have pcrfornn-d nil  the assessment work mi the Fail-view. Belcher  Arabian, Victoria IV, Maple Leaf, Shamrock  and .Mammoth mineral claim*, shuttle in  Ground Hog Basin, in thc Kevelsioke Mining  Division of West Kootenav, located in August  18M nnd recorded at Hevclsttike on tho Uiil  September. 18'Jli, nnd that J. S. Patterson, thu  recorded owner of an interest iu the said  mineral claims has neglected to do or nnv for  his share of the assessment work for the 'venrs  1899,1900 and 1901, anil that unless said charges  are not paid within ninctydays from thu Ilrst  publication of this notice, wu shall proceed lo  record said delinquent interest as provided bv  Suction II of the Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1900.  Dated at Revelstoke, B. U ,  this ."illi day of  September, 1901.  r>   r. f F. McCarty,  Co-Owners-  TT   r   ., '  ( H. J. Bourne  aug 7  To Mine Owners and Other;  FOB. SALE���������Five (5) second-ha*'d Sullivan  Rock Drills, the drillholes l\4 to :> inches in  diameter, depth 10 feet, mounted o*������ screw  columns complete with Hose, etc. These drills  are in first rale condition and are situated at  the Mines of the Torontn-,Jillooet Gold Reefs  Company :it Lillooet. Applv EDGAR BLOOM-  FIELD, Box 713, Vancouver,'B. (J.       Nov. 9-11  b:o:m::ej growit  Thc very best on the lrmrkeL today,  including:  Potatoes,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also first-quality of well cured  Timothy Hay  Send orders for-same to  S. D. CROWLE,  Revelsloke,  Ti. C.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the ' Market  affords,  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large; Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  ^-.-,-Monthly- Rate.    * - -���������  J. Albert Stone :   Prop  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  mmroM^rrn ta  Effective October IS, 1M)1  EASTB0UHD  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  Passengers booked to all  Eastern, Canadian ancl U.S.  Points.  Berths reserved on Atlantic  Steamers for passengers to  the Old Country.  Direct Steamer Service from  Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full   information and illustrated  ,      pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Aftent  Rerelitoke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  I'll HE   HUH  MUUTS  ALL Tit A INS.  K1IIST CLASS   AC'COJIMOIIATIOX.  HEATED HY  HOT AIK.  ItlSASOXABLl-:   HATHS.  Brawn 8l Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  HOUULV KTKI-.P.T CAlt  JIHI-ITS ALL Tlt.WNS.  BAR 1VULL SUPPMIS1) HY THU CHOICEST  WINES,   LIQUOKS  AN'Il  CIC1A11S     .......  m  sa.-  r0i  S&5  Wholesale nnd ftetail Dealers  PRIME BEER     PORK.   .MD.T0N.     SAUSAGE, p  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  ^M������*inai7ro',niV;;t'r.'nwBTnuBuataait������a  .CT_:vtn������TP m ui-....iui-i,  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  Wc have pin-chasers i'oi- all kinds of metalliferous mines, and prospects, and desire to hear from prospectors and others having properly  for sale.  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled.  Send us reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at our OiTico.  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.  Box.700. - Neleon, B.C.  K--.Vi.MM!fVl������yV^'.'g^WM.������IH11������..TBP  . n-A.UfiruPKXmpJft9l*'MJM"'"lJJL'm" ���������-*"*-'��������� -*-**1  II. fi. I'ARSON'. Tlru-ililonl.  M. J. O'DRIEM, Managing Director  iLe Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  .GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  Revelstoke, 13. C.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y-I  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give i o good reasons .why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, is again open to  tbe public. Meals served at all  hours.  A. REBUCHESE,  Prep  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, etc.  to any part ol tii* city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at R. M. Smytlie's Tobacco  Store, or by Telephone No.7 will receive prompt  attention.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Rutail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  Co���������f������i?8?ffiSi. RBYEItS-SOKE, B.&.  Express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be ���������*> promptly  attended to.  ���������ii H. Cook. T.^^'S-nf^'ilir.*!)  l*J.!,'.m.^,:..*-i:M:*l^������jU-Lm_*.*...*;*** M.'*JiFM.-'n*.-lMrwrir*������-^ij������-.t<r.i...i.t������i������iL^i������������|,anf^TIM....-.|11 nt���������!���������T  ARCHIBALD      ^O'LT,  Hancock, .Mich.'  PETKR I.AMON HN.*ls(.n. 13. 0.  OHARLKS H. STri.LVVELL, JNV!i>nn, B.C.  .TAMES A. MAfiRE, K**vi-lMi>kt-, B. C.    ,  EOARD OF DIRECTORS.  DR. (i. A. B. HALL. Ni-l.-ni), B. C.  J, FRED HUME. Nelson, 11. C.  JAMES P. JJYERS. Ti'iiiJ, B. 0.  J. C. T. CROFTS. Nelson, B. O.  SAMUEL M. BUYDGES, Nelson, B. C.  A. F. U0SEXJ3EUUKK-, Ni'lson. B.C.  LULUir Lnl  Incorporated under the  Laws of Bj'stlsh Columbia.  xy**TTm>e#vuinM*smm *miw������mnvxiTrPi**������7B*m  a  8*  in 1  JO  tr  Ine $1 Each.  33EEE3B iUCS3Q3ii  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NOJ PROMOTER'S AMD NO PREFERRED STOCK.  ame Group$ 9 Claims.   Oyster Gp., 6 Claims  Located in the Free Gold Fish  River Camp,  Lardeau Mining- Division,  British Columbia.  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Cents Per Share.  In view of the 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 present issue of stock be sold  quickly, but no more will be offered at less than par.  Address all inquiries for information, or applications for stock to  Official Broker,  Revelstoke, B. O.  SECRETARY.  P. Q. BOX TOO. NELSON,  5.C.  ARCHIBALD. ,T. SCOTT, President.  PETER I; AM ONT, Treasurer.  OFFICERS.  BR. G. A B. HA.LL.Vice-Pre.sid-.nt  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Secretary  .  ,-ni������.>iniCTH������|||^..iii=mari  ���������j^timnnMnKT.TOmrCT-WMIP!aiM,1 mlMWim  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   11 A., 1.1..I1.  Barrister.      Solicitor,    Notary,   l'nhllt',   ]_tc.  McKenzie Avenue, llevclsitoku Station.  Money to loan,  H  AHVEY, Jl'CAUTK-i *t I'IKKIIAM  ]ltini*li-.-, 1 uliritoi's, Elc.  Solicitors for Imperial ix.xxxk of tlanada.  Company i'iiihL to lonn jit S pur i-ui.t.  l-'in-T -vii*.i.i.r,-Kcvi'Kioku Minion, li. <;.  CHURCHES  mi:tmoi)Iit cnri-rn, i-.i**vi:i.*-roKK.  Preaebint-: -c-rvice*, mil ft. m. and 7::J0 \>. xxx  Class uu-cuni; al. llio i-lose ol tiio niorninp;  service. Siililuttli School 11 nil Iii ble Class al.J::������)  Weekly I'ruyei' Mi-otiin; every Wedne-ilay  evening at 7:::o. 'i'lie public "are eon-lially  Invited.   .-Seat**.free.  Kev. 0. IjAunkh, l'astor.  ST. pin Kit s CIII'IU'II, ASUI.1CAN.  Might a.m., Holy Hiu'harisl; 11 n.iu..- ma" -/ns,  l.ituliy and sermon (Holy I'.ucl.ari-t lir.-L R'uil-  dav in ihe month): i!:.io Sunday school, or  children's -er\ice; 7:.!o i:venson**"(clioraIl and  M-rmou. Holy Day.*���������'I'lie Holy Kiit-hnnst 1-,  celebrated at 7 a.in. or b a in., a-, announced.  Holy lluplism after Sunday Scliool nlll'l:..  c. a. I'lioctlNiKi'., Kcotor.  ]'i:i:*iiiyTi:i:iA.N cniif-cn.  Serviceevery fctinday at 11 a.in. ami 7-HO p.m.  to \\ hich all aie weli-u'riie.     I'rayer mccling at  & p. in. evei v W'ediie-**lav.  i:i:v. w. c. Cai.dkii, l'astor.  JIOMAN  CATIIOI.IC I lll'IICII.  Muss   at 10:''.() a. in.,   on   Ilrst,   second  ant  fourth Sundavs in the month.  l:i:\*.   I'ATIIKR   THAYEII.  SALVATION" A1IMY.  Mectlin,'every nib'l't iu lheir  Hall an Front  SOCIETIES.  Gold Ranpje Lodge K. of P.,  No. 25, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wednesday in  Oddfellows' llall ntS o'clock  Visitinjr Knights invited.  11. t].������mv.N', 0. C.    :    ���������.::���������.:  ���������  .   S3. Lnwis, K. of R. & S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Aw*  Secular meetings are held in the  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of eaeh month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.itl.  W. G. HIUNEY, Ree.-Sec.  A TRjiNSCONTINENTA.L     %  SWITCHBACK.  It was a gold brick all right enough.  IL dues not lnku much critical acid to  disclose its wortlilessiiess. Mackenzie & jMnim are two very well  known railway contractors. Tliey  are credited with being a pair oi  particularly shrewd and hard hum-led  business men. Hues anybody really  suppose that they wero ever persuaded  by Mr. Wells or anybody i*l������o to queer  their whole scheme of lhe construction of tho shortest route between  Great Britain and the Orient, by  winding it up in sueh'a switchback a>-  their new alleged route from Quesnelle to Victoria would' be. They  would have-to go quite as far. if not  further, to get from Qmisnelle to  Victoria than to reach their original  objective at Lhe mouth of the Skeena,  they would have to double back l.lli  mill's to make Victoria from the  Seymour narrows* .'ind then they  would be at Victoria one whole 'lay's  stciim further east thiin they would be  at Lhe Skeena. A day mean's a whole  lot in reaching 011L for Ir.-iii.-L-oiiLiiK-iil-  al traffic, lt means a great deal more,  ono may depend upon if, than Mackenzie A: Mann will ever give even in  order lo clinch llie Victoria seal with  bands of steel to the bosom of th������  present provincial administration.  To some minds this may be considered  the paramount issue of tlio hour. But  the IlUKAT.u is of the opinion that it  does not cut t,o much ice with Mackenzie ������fc Mann as this class of thinkers  appear to imagine.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Minos, London.    Seven years  at  Morln   Works,  Swansea.     17   vears  Chiel  Chemist  to Wigan  Coal and  Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late chemist 11 ml Assizer, llall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined nail reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  ���������    BUY 'BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is thc Terminus   of   the   proposed   Railway' already   surveyed  via tlie Lardeau  Creclc witli fork to that, point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at thc base of  thc Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.'  CiRCLE CITY  is   absolutely   surrounded    by   Mining   Properties   now   under  . .-,._. -���������_���������j2 e vei op in e n t^���������-.-' ~ ������������������ ;   * ���������-:-   ������������������.     ������������������������������������-.     -. -���������--. --=-.- - - ������������������- .--  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE-GENERAL AGENT,  Gr. B.  Ferguson, B. O.  Revelstoke  Hours:  Is now open for business.  WEDNESDAY   A������B  SATURDAY,  10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Ladies requiring- portraits taken  of themselves or their children  are requested not to wear ivhitc  dresses or \ have much white  material round the.neck.  Come and see my local views,  cloud effect's, telephoto views,  pictures ofthe moon, etc.  Thunderstorms and. blizzards  will be added as opportunity  occurs.  Wright Porritt  *'l'*+-i****i**-l**t*i.*-l.*.I.*i.*i.*^.i.*4.  PELLEW-HARVEY, 1  ^^BRYANtnrmwArt  Mining Engineers        ��������� ~*  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, B.C.      Established 1S90  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  -   UNDERTAKLN.  Tcsti made up to 2,0001bs.  A specially made of elieeking Smelter  Pulps.  Sample* from the Interior by mail or  expriM.!*, promptly attended to.  fc.Correspondence s>oliehed.,  Red Rose Pearce meets second and fourth  Tuesdays oleiieh  monlh; White Rose Decree  moots third Tue-day of each quarter, iu Oddfellows llall.   Visiting brethren welcome  W'.M/u'ATSOS,      '        HY. EDWARDS,  President.. Secretary.'  NOTE AND.COMMENT.  The Se.'ittlc Times heads its story  of the order of the Midnight Sun with  a picture of a umn carrying ;t Hag  In belled Liberty in one hand and  blazing away with a revolver in tlie  other. The picture sums up the aims  and objects of the order better than a  column of double leaded editorial.  .   H. EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  ���������IiKKU, HEADS, IlIRDS, Etc.. MOUNTED,'  irurs Cleaned and Po.-iiireil.    .  JUST KA&'I" OP  rRKSBYTEKlAX  CIIURCIIJ  Third Street.     - c  Certiiicaie  of Improvements  NOTICE.  Gobi Hill Mineral Claim, situate in; thc  Rc-eiotoke .-.limni.-1-iiviaiou cf Kootenay District.    Where Located: In Urdund Hog Daain, on  MeCuiiou*j;ii Creclc,.  TAKU NOTICE tlint 1, C. II. Hume, Free  .Miner's Ci-rnlii uie No. JI, HbW, inlend, sixty  -In'.*, I ni in [nt mite liereoi, lo apply to the  .Mi'inns; lieei.iuer Kir ucerlilicale ui Improve-  iiu-iii*-, tor Hie purpose of obiaiunn; a crown  Gram ol the abu\e claim."  -^vVrd-irrnhVi-'laK'O'noiicb-tliat-actiouT^uiider���������  Section  UV, intisi  Oe cuininenceil  bclore    the  issuance of such Cenilleate ol  Improvements.  Dated this-lib day ol September, 1901.  U. 11. HUME..  ���������      Ocl. 11��������� tl  3   -VANCOUVER, B. C.   !  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  **************************  L ScMdcr..  Successor to D. Jenldns,  Mnnutacturcrs of ������������������  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The .choice   land   north   of  track,  bel-vi-en Tamiing's und Long'.", will  be   subdivided for Mile as  soon as -  -.osliihlc.  G. IW. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,    B. Cl  1'. (I.   llll.V,   I'A'l.  If  as   reported   in   a    New    York  despatch a priest at Mont (Jlair,  X.   J.  celebrated   a   mass   on   Thanksgiving  Day for the souls of the Beers   lost   in  battle against the British, how was   it ,  no Roman Catholic priest was allowed  so to honour   the   memory-' of   Queen  Victoria on the ground  that  s-he  was  not a member of the Roman   Catholic  church}   The Boeis are Protestants of  the niost ultra.-fanatical type existing  on earth.    Their   Protestantism   is   a.  survival of the sixteenth century.    In  its eyes a Romanist is a creature  outside of the bounds of human toleration  and   under   Uncle    Paui :    1 n.i f:i n,t*  government   members   of   that   communion were   only   suffered   to   exist  tinder ���������grave   disabilities.     The   good  Queen, under whose flag the Roman ist  creed found a freedom and toleration,  which it tails to find in many of the so  called Catholic   countries   of  Europe  and within whose dominions adherents  of that creed are right at this   instant  seeking a refuge from the exactions  of  their own government, she must go to  the grave amid the prayers  of   every  religion on fhe   face   or  God's   earth,  whose followers had ever heard of her  name, except fhe.Koinan C-.ilholici but  the intolerant enemies of that  chinch  r  are accorded an honour, which" its  religiuiis���������scruples5���������denied���������=-to=���������her.���������  Hatred of the Empire seems lod*_privR  some people, nnt merely-of their common sense, which would not probably  be very dillicult but even of all their  other racial and religious prejudices,  leaving what they call their, minds  practically a blank save for the one  ruling idea.  T3SVJE TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDO AU.  Repairing7 of Boots, Shoes  and Harness, a Specialty.  Next Door to Guy Baiter's  Is in a position to give as g^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 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.  '   GO TO..  Lauder's Bakery  For everything Fresh and New  FRUIT CAKE        MADEIRA CAKE  SPONGE CAKE     SCOTCH CAKE.  LADY FINGERS   MACCAKOONS  CURRANT BUNS DINNER ROLLS  PUFF PASTRY      PIES.  TARTLETS RUSKS for infants  OUR SPECIALTY:    DECORATED CAKE8.  Prompt delivery to any partof town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  Hmmlni; between Arrowhcinl, Tlioin*-onfs  Lnti'lini* unil i;*-ni-ipllx, eommuiicliiK October  llili, l'JOl, will -.nil us lullow.*-, weather permit-  til*!,'.  l.unvliiK ArroH'liuii'l for Thomson's I.muling  nml Ci'iimpll:. twits*.dully���������lUk. ami 16k.  Leaving Comnpllx nml TIkiiiisoii's LmitliiiK  for Arrowhead twlee daily���������7:13k and 11!: 15k  Miiklnj- t-lost! eoimei-tlun-i witli nil C. 1". lt.  Steamer* antl Trains.  '1 he owners reserve the right to change time-*  of sallliifc'*, without noiiee.  Tiio Ft'3'J Robinson Lumber Co., limited  WANTED.  Wanted immediately a Cook and Walter  \Vi.���������',:-i ?.'iJ n.ii'1 i'ii re"peetively. Apply JI. M  llt'uiiAS'AN', IVnilranoii Hotel, Camborne, octflt  ACES and  RAIDS ������  4  i  A large range of Toint Laoo,  Duchess ami llattenhnrg  llralds, Stamped Design-,  Slam pod Linen.", Embroidery  Needles, Hooks *<���������'���������  Ilerlln nnd Zephyr Wools, All  shinies, Slipper Soles, Valcn-  .sefenecsLaec, Insertion.  Call at the .���������  MADISON  PARLORS.  Misses Shcppard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oc'23  XVe avc fjettirg nciii'tiic end of   Llie  present, city council's   Lci-iii   nntl   Llie  JfuitALD hopes Lo see tliis ycjti* a public  inei'Ung culled by   tlie   .Mayoi*   before  the Lena closes ul which the nieinbt'is  o  of the   outgoing   council   can x'tve un  account   of    lheir    stewardship,   tis-  pirant.s for oHIce Ciin   give   the public  some   idea   of  whur,   their   policy on  current  questions   will  be, if elected,  and any ratepayers, who may wish to  speak on municipal matters will   have  n, chance given ihem to do so.     These  public meetings once a   year   tend    to  keep civic alTairs ventilated and should  be mad.? a  regular   institution .      The  blowing   of   a   little   -steam   is a good  thing once in a while. ,  Considerable inquiry is being made  after���������I.iR Uentl mining properties, and  when, next seison. the good steamer  Revelstoke is m.ikinff her regular trips  and bringing every camp between  Revelbtoke and La parte within easy  communication with this place, there  is no doubt the district will soon be  bumming with .-ictivity.  ���������Very pretty silk fascinators for  evening wear at Ueid Si Young's.  /  ������<  1  ���������������L2 =.,_.  .;_���������.  HUB tt"!? *i' ���������J,* 'J? '1*'!' '1' 'X< 'X' '1' 'X1 '1* '1' '1' 'J,1 '1* 'X' '1* 'X' 'X' 'i-"i' A' 'X' il? 1  CHINA  fr  fr  ������ and a lot of Beautiful dishes *  ������' "JAPANESE," have just %  '���������   been opened up at *  ���������f ������  * Canada Drug & Book Co t  t REVELSTOKE. %  X .    %  fr Japanese Napkins always in *  fr    stock���������i^c. per hundred.    *  3- ' fr  ���������j  f-M-1-.f-T--W-P-M*-***+*l*f**-l--J--f* *  Notes of News.  fT& 'JWyViH^TlS. C/&cL<j      *  ������^* union <*mm\  Cigar   Factory  REV1.LSTOKE,   B.C.  II.  OUR  BROWN,   Paul',  Brands:  SPECIAL  and  THE   UNION  ALL  County court opened this morning.  ��������� Very pretty silk fascinators for  evening wear at Reid & Young's.  A conit. of revision and appeal under  the assessment act will lie held in the  court house on the 16th inst,  ���������For English taste and design in  furniture visit tha Revelstoke ]*'urni-  lure (Jo.  Jlewitt Rostock, Mrs. Bostock anil  family were passenger's on yesterday's  No 2 en route for England.  ���������This year the Canada Drug &  Rook Co. will have n larger and belt***!*  selected sto^k nf Xnms goods than  et-er before.    See for Yourself.  Oont forget llio date. The sale of  work and entertainment of Ht. Peter's  Talent Society is to be on the 12th,  tomorrow week, iu the opera, house.  Tomorrow week, Dec. 12th, is the  date for the sale of work and entertainment, which the ladies of .St.,  Peter's Talent Society are, holding in  the opera house.  ���������If you are going to getXmns Cards  Calendars and presents up to date and  at the best of prices, watch the Canada  Drug Si Book Store they have them.  ���������' There will be a. Swedish meeting  held in the Salvation Army hall on  Friday niglit, Due. Oth. Almost all of  the meeting will be conducted in the  Swedish "language. Everybody invited, especially Scandinavians.  ���������There is just one reason why we  do such a large business, and that is  because there are a large number of  of Ipeople who want the clothes we  make.    Cressman the tailor.  ���������S'xa hundred chairs every design  to select from at the Kevelstoke  .Furniture Co.  The total amount of the thank  ottering collected in the Methodist  church last Sunday was $370 which  sum is to be devoted to the interior of  the building, which willbecommenced  as soon as the material arrives from  Toronto.  ���������Patronize the Furniture Co, that  has enabled you to get furniture at  hard time prices. Revelstoke Furni  ture Co.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining-to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  The I iMcknu'ii  have oigiinixed.  llie   I nt oi colonial  ally   denied   (hat  In   build ,*i hotel   al  N. K. Luxton, the Canadian journalist, who i������ making the trip round' the  ���������world in a four ton yacht, landed in  Sydney, N.S.W., from tha steamer  Birksgate, having left his little craft  at Suva, from whence she is being  navigated to Sydney by Capt. Voss.  ���������Mechanical Toys, Dolls, Games,  Fancy Goods, Perfumes, the finest line  of Christmas presents ever opened up  in town at G. F, Curtis', Red Cross  Drug Store.  The Strathcona's have received the  three clasps to which they are entitled  for their share in ;the South African  campaign. Alf. Stringer, Geo. Bowers,  Geo. Eyre and N. Bolton are ltevel  stoke members of the corps, who will  probably present themselves forservice  - in the Canadian Yeomanry.  ���������Of course other tailors make suits  marly like we do, but the little  difference is of great importance. It  is responsible for the big difference  between our prosperity and our  competitor'* prosperity. Cressman the  tailor.  The Hehald calls attention to G. F.  Curtis advt. of Christmas goods in  another column. There are two ways  ���������to catch-the trade-and-only_tw.j.���������The.  first is to have the right Wind of goods.  The second is to let the people know  you have them by advertising in the  Hkkald. Mr. Curtis has acted on  sound business principles and fulfilled  hoth these essential conditions.  ��������� Lowney's Chocolates and Bon  Bons, French Crystallized Fruits and  Tom Smith's Crackers. Fresh supplies  for the Christmas trade just opened  up at G. F. Curtis', Ked tJi-oss Drup  Store.  Last Sunday wa.s the oTth aiinivur-  sary of the birthday of Queen  Alexandra and the National Anthem  was sung ac the conclusion of the  evening service in St. Peter's church.  The day is a pathetic one in the lives  of the King and Queen. On December  1. thirty years ago, the King, then  the Prince of Walesf regained consciousness, after lying for several days at  the brink of death. His first word4* on  recovering were: "This is the Princess'  birthday."  ���������The Club Man knows how to dress  and patronizes us. We know every  latest fad. We know how to p.it thai,  touch into a man's clothes that gives  Ihem individuality. We have a line  of suitings, overcoatings and trouserings that was selected with great  care.    Cressman the tailor.  Thc Marysville Tribune, a nentlv  printed and newsy journal from the  Fast Kootenay smelter town, is the  latest addition to the IlKli.\l,ns exchange list.  The report is oflit  theC. I1. H. intent  Victoria.  Jlenry Pitcher, set-lion hand on the  Ashcroft division of the C. P. K. has  been conmiitfi-il lo llu* Westminster  asylum.  Conductor .MoAi-tliur of Iv.-uiiloops,  hits gone to his home iu Nova Scotia,  having received intelligence of the  illness of his mother.  K. Clioate, formerly bridge inspector, on tlie Kamloops--Vancouver  section of the (J.P.P. has accepted a  similar position on the Lulu Island  railway.  M. M. Fraser foreman of the -Xelson  C. P. K.- freight sheds and John Boss  night operator at the Nelson telegraph  oflice have returned from their holidays in Kastcrn Canada.  C. P. H. locomotive Pirt.inau Sparrow ofWinnipeg. who .succumbed to  typhoid fever on Nov. 21th. was  buried iu St. John's cemetery on  Tuesday of last week. Ho leaves ji  wife and one young child.  The C. P. It., says the Vancouver  World, has found business no good at  Banff that il has decided to erect an  hotel there, which will be one ofthe  best on the entire svstein. Work will  be commenced in the spring and  pushed forward as rapidly as possible11  Leslie Williams, a C. P. K. engineer,  while at work last week ui the AVinni-  peg yard oiling up .-*. yard engine, met  with a very painful and somewhat  serious accident: he slipped, owing to  ice under his feel and Iris oiler .in a  vertical position penetrated his neck,  causing a most distressing' wound,  causing blood to (low freely from .his  mouth.  When yon can own  oi your own.  Now Is lhc lime to nmkc ymir  firrniif!fiiiciil Inr liiiiltlliiK '<i*xt  Sprint; li you will full ii|'������"  ns we will slio**, yon how to  Ill-conn* j-tiiirtiw-ii l.nnilliinl unil  Save Money  We linve B. C. PERMANENT LOAN AND SAVIMGS CO. Mock Ior snlo  nl ils par vulnt* of ..luu per shnre. with it premium ol ti:' per sluiru. Tins  Stock is now* oiiniin^ a perm une nt tii vide nil of l-Jiuht p-.-reent. per nnumii,  Hiitl is an nbsolulelv -*aie nivc-imuut uliloiiiilu thei-rilimirv init-i*e-*l rtxtt-s.  This Stock lias risen from *flt>o per Share in .Iniiiinry l'Jilil in ���������.l'-'*"> ut the  present time, anil will without lioubt he worth *M"'0 iii one year from llie  present time. The assets of lhe Compimv have increased from ,.ll.l,7j:',.*lo at  December Hist. IS'.IS, lo ovor siuu.UUO.Oil ai'tlie present time.  Also CLASS C Afeiiinulative Slock���������4*10 per mouth Iiivi-.sti_<l In this  Stock will be worth ..I6UU.U0 in eight venrs. Figure out your prollt I'or  Yourself.  The  Wo xlire offering special   inducements  to  purchasers  of Lots  i'or the balance, of the year.  VERY KASY TERMS OL-1 PAYMRNT.  Real Estaie, Insurance & Financial Agents, Revelsloke  -^^k.XYJLjt^j  Owing to the Bishop of New Westminster lieing unable to be present in  Bevelstoke today, the confirmation  service, which was to be held in St.  Peter's church this evening, is  postponed for two weeks. Choir  practice will take place a^ usual this  evening instead.  The Pennsylvania .Railroad company has been ;>ivi*n formal notice of  the pornianent abandonment* of the  trolley service between Mount Holly  and Burlington. N. J., and substitution of steam. The. determination of  the Pennsylvania, ollicials indicates  that electricity as a motive power for  steam railroads has not proved satisfactory.  ��������� Last Saturday :ifternoon a broken  wheel on a west, bound freight ditched  seven cars and generally mutilated  the appearance of Lhe track about a  mile west of Ducks station. Luckily  no one was hurt and traffic was  resumed after several hours work hy  the wrecking gang. A large amount  of whisky and eggs were destroyed,  in fact whisky and egg shakes were in  abundance with few takers���������Inland  Sentinel.  A curious accident happened at a  tunnel between Sparta and .Summit  on the Chicago and Northwestern last  Thursday     night. An     easlbound  freight stalled in the tunnel and thc-  crew-on���������iiccminr���������niU-smoke-and���������go*  were obliged to cut thc* engine from  the train to escape. The air brakes  released theiu.-i'jlvus and ihe train  backed down the -steep grade colliding  with a special train loaded with blooded live stock for the Chicago fair. A  stock man in charge of the cit.tle was  instantly killed and trnfTi'; was blocked for hours.  George W. lifner. a C.P.R. yardman  was instantly killed in the railway  yards at London, (inf.. on Thursday  He was coupling car-*-, and an engine  and six or 'seven ears were backing  down on him. Ib* wa.s walking l.o  ward them to fix liv coupling, when  he slipped and fell on his buck across  the track. .One wheel p*i-.-,ed over  him just above the hip*-, cutting him  in two. The hody was pushed along  tlie track for seven or eight leet before  the engine was stopped. Hftvr was  about thirty years of ;ige. iind leaves  widow and two children.  What i.s th'j matter with the bridge  anil building inspectnis of the Pembina and Moose Jaw divisions of the  Cl. P. It ? Why do not these officials  reinstate Bro. Conlth.-ird. pump tender  of Clearwater, Man., and fJro. Ho-  warth, pump tender, of Broadview,  Assn.. as per the company's instruction." antl agreement wilh the Brotherhoods of Kail way Trackmen of America. BoLh these brothers have worked  for years for the C. P. H. company  at Clearwater and Broadview, and  have been steady, rnithful servants;  no fault having been found with the  way they performed their duties in  the    past. These,    gentlemen   are  married men with families, and are  citizens, and should surely be preferred  lo the parties who look their places  while out on strike.���������Voire.  ���������Sec those ;V)c. silks for blouses at  Beitl Si Young'*.  FOR YOUNG  AND OLD..  Om- lines this year only want  to lie'seen to be admired.  They jire larger and better,  than we have ever imported  before. No one will have  difficulty in selecting a  present, be it for young and  old.  KMIIMK AND  ATOMIZERS *  The l.-ttest odors in the Perfumes are very choice.  Whilst the Atomizers 'are  the daintiest and prettiest in  vears.  IN TOYS  We have the newest mechanical'movements, as well its  the latest in Steel Trains.  Horses and Carts, Gaines,  etc.  fOR THE MORE  EXPENSIVE PRESENT  It would be hard to. beat.  Our collection of English-  Satin-Lined Work Baskets,  Purses plain, and mounted  -with goId_and_siLv:er,j_Ebouy_  and Sterling Manicures,  Writing Portfolios. Brush  and Comb Set . Travelling  Caies. elc. -'  We have them from ]f)c. to  $ 10.00 e;u-h. They tire really  handsome.  IN TIIE  (0NFE(TI0NERY LIN  AVe are agents for Lowney's  Famous Chocolates and Bon  Bons (name, on every piece)  und have just received a  ^11 nply foi*.lhe_lIolid.*iy_ trad.e  We havo also a supply of  French Crystallized Fruits  and Tom Smith's Crackers.  RED CROSS Drug-store  See the RED CROSS Above the Door. *  ���������  MAIL ORDERS ARK SOLICITED.  n'X'iMr.isr books  BIBLES  PEAYBB  BOOKS  For all denominations  Also a large range of  Poets in several qualities of Binding.  Prepare*] Ami sob! only by  W. Bews.    Phm.  BROWN'BLOCK. TEL,  FOTICE.  TAKE NOTI'JK thnt filjtty dny.i Biter 'lute I  Int������n'l to apply to th<*, f'hi<*f I'omml-iiloner  of I.iuicN unci Vforki for pei-inl-nlon to pur-  chnAi* ii parcol of Innrl tlei'Tlbe'l Rt IoUowh:  Oommenelnit Rt ft post market! Allt-ft I'erryN  No. 1 I'oit; thenee weit '20 rlmlrit; thf-nee  Nortli lOehalns; thence Kat-t iOt-halni; thenr-i:  South 10 nhnlnt lo point of t'Ommonrement.  This fraction of land f*ommt*nri*-* North of K.  K. Perry-*-" prc-timptlon lollowinjr Mr-Kcn-tlC*  North-Went Line, containing about Mlncrui,  mon* or Icih.  ALICE PKRRY.  ntildfleltl.*!. Not. 27, 1WI. I)"c Mm  ���������Xmns Curds with local v'mwus tii  niecillew'iet River anil Tower Houie,  just the thing for .sending home to  your friends. Kept only at Canada  Drug Si Hook Co. Kevelstoke.  '������3  Now is tlie time  to leave your orders for  Christmas Cakes  Thero will he on ii.iti'l for llie Holiday*  Trade a cjinplet'* line of Krull and i^'tii]-  fctillonery.  A. N. SMITH.      "  NOTICE  ������T>*  ������������������������e  By   paying  your Taxes  before  December   ist.  You save  money all  the time by buying your  Dress Goods,       Men's Furnishings  Boots and Shoes,  House Furnishengs  From  Always ready for business with prices that suil ancl  goods that please.  Our 50c. Bargain Shirts will cost you nearly $1 next  week  AND  RICF, TIIK IJAltO'AINS AT  (iUY  ItAltliKll'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844* Rodgers Eros.* Fiat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  *itfi>V<<<4*IW4:#IV4<l<MV������:4������^^ fr  I      SIBBALD & FIELD,      f  .A-G-JEINTS   FOB  REAL ESTATE  ( ri. V. It. TOWNFITK.  1 MA ISA TOWNSITK.  ; Civniiilii Piiriniiiicnl .t Weslt-ni  u*S������ Corporation.  i Lonn ami Uuililing Association.  Mcruaiitile Flre.  riv 1 TVTiT'T It     ( Civniiilii Piiriniiiicnl  FINANCIAL-I,,,-;-:,^^  T\TC������TTrv ITVllT   I        ( Imperial I'lrn.      Ciiiiinliiin Flre.  llM   KAm.C   '        Jtliiiiiitliiui Kire.      Oiileilonlnn I*-Ire  llW-UlYrm-UA,   .       U'oiifLMlemtiiin Life.      Alius Flre.  COAL FOH SALR,       .HOUSES FOR SALR AND KENT.  ,A<Mress Revelstoke B. C.  >r  fr  fr  fr  ������*Ifcr*'^������-^-.*>.P!*.M.������**������b������*������^^  :n  SUITING  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  verv elaborate  variety  of Fall  and "  "Winter   Suitings  and    you'll   find  ���������workmen'who arc "competent to  make  up any of these'  Suitings  exactly   to  your liking. ' We do  not employ  cheap tailors, we do not .handle any  goods that   could  possibly depreciate our excellent* reputation.      , We cannot compete with sweat shop  ready-made clothes when  price is thc sj1c_ consideration,  but  when  style and   fit  and, wear arc duly considered, we can  and  do  compete  with all ready-made-goocls, and all other tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.-  The  Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Avc.  HL1NOS, CURTATN POLES, TliTMMINGS,'PICTURE MOULDS,  Ktc.    C.iliinet  Miikinjj;,   Uliolslei-iiiB,   Picture l<Y*iiiiiiig,   Polishing,     ������a  cjy   ami nil kiiiils ol' rep.iirwork. . mx  ������5 UNDERTAKING.  >>; Collins iiiadi. ut 11 few hours' notice.    Finished-in either Walnut.,  (*}    Cherrv, Rl.itk. Cloth or Polished Oak. nl, KASTKRN PHICKS.  2S itS-THRKE YEARS EXPERIENCE AT THE BUSIN'ESS.  H      REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  NOTir.'I*: In   lil*rr:l)>-   (,-lvnn   Unit   m  tlnte I Inti-ntl tti ftpply  to  the  t   .Vork  lay**   nftor  . .   r      .'lilff t.'orn-  inlt-iiont'rtil Liintl-* nml work-t Ior i>erni!v*-ion  to cut ������ntl carrr nwny tlinlifr frum tlie follon-  laxt tli'*tcribt������i| Iftjiilt.-*���������ConiineiK-ini; nt ft p"*-l  nt tlie ptmtli-cfist t-orner ol Ittiper K. rerrv't  .-re-cmptlon, mnrkrcl "SoiitlitiL-tt t-orner "nl  timber liinltnppllc'l Cor 1>>- F. J. floMsmlth'*;  tlienro west 10 t-ltnln-tj.tlicnrp nortli IM chain*-*  tht-iiet* eftpt *I0 elinlni to Fish (,'re������_-k-; tlienc.*  lolltiivini; the mt'ftihlt.-rinc'i of Ush Creek IM  clinliit to point of conimenecment; rontRinine  OKI neres, more or less.  K. J. (iOl.IWMITIf,  Tlioinion'M Lnntling, October ICtli, 1901.  NOW is the time to make  Your Stovc'Purchascs.  We have a  Splendid Line of  (00K and  HEATING SIOVES  AT RIGHT PRICES.  A full Line of  Hardware and Paints  are also in -stock.  Our Stock of Groceries  Are, as Usual, Fresh and CompIetE.

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