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 Vol    V.  No 8S  REVELSTOKE B.C.   SATURSDAY,   NOVEMBER  9, 1901.  $2 OO a Year in Advance  Rubber  The largest and niosl complete  stock iu   Kooienay.  THE MALTESE MR AND. Hip  nud Knee liools. also Laced antl  1 aud 2 Ihickli- Lumbermen's  Snag Proof Jjoots. These particular lines of Uubber Goods  aiii guaranteed by us,  ladies'. Clout's and Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  BOOtS and  A large importation and a complete assortment of SLATER'S  famous Hoots aud Shoes, King's  and Hell's Boots and Shoes,  Wesion's Youths' and Children's Boots and Shoes. The  nlxn-p aiii the very best boot  and Shoe manufacturers in  Canada and the goods are  warranted the best on the  market.  yard*.. The conductor, who had been  talking lo Mr. Dunham, caught one of  the cars being backed up  and  climbed  LW.H1/    V&12!9'��������� l" tlu-'l0l'-    -Ml- I>*"****>������*   taught  the  BWF\il?      I niB UP j ,���������.xt t..u.  h���������t lost   his   hold   and   fell    ,-   j between the moving  cars.     Three   of  Paragraphs   Pertain-1Ll" "V* iU'a  t*>*. **>������**'**'tive r^sed  j over l*,is body, cutl ing it almost beyond  j recognition and killing bim instantly.  J He leaver. .1 wife and family.  There is at least one young lady in  I he State of .Mississippi wlio is doing a  Hum's work, and she is the only one  ever heard of there who runs a steam  engine. She is Mis** Hubby, and  opeiMles the cpgine that fills the tank  for the Mobile, Jackson *V. Kansas  City railroad compnny at Merrill, the  present northern terminus of the road.  The company takes a great interest in  Iho girl, pavs her a salary of Jj?r_i."> per  month, and furnishes her with transportation to visit Mobile twice a week,  where she is pursuing her studies in  niiiMi*. Sin* is described as a charming little lady, and her friends are  convinced that she will make her mark  in     the     world.-���������Tilt-Mobile       (Ala.)  CARPETS,  RUGrS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECIAL KEDUCTICN for  this month in CARPETS ANC RUCS  ���������Beautiful selections ��������� choice  Patterns.  The Linoleums are directly imported and are first-class in  every respect.. ���������  Flannel and  Flannelettes  Our stock of Flannel and Flan-  ��������� nellettes for this Fall were the  Iiest ever put   on tbe market  here and met with a ready sale.  Blankets  and Quilts  We have ju***t received a new-  line of the aliove articles and  placed them for sale. Special  .bargains iu WHITE "WOOL  Blankets.  Linen  is  "We hip .showing a splendid line  of Tabli*  Cloths���������blenched, unbleached,   colored.   Towellings,  ="_^.I'ill(iwj^C:isiugs,_=Sheutings=,-ilL  widths.  s f??  ..JJ    a ��������� ���������  .Tum. received tin assorted shipment, of "Ladies' Kid Gloves  imported from I-Yuee.  A Complete Line  of Groceries  As usual, our Atonic of Groceries  aril the very best obtainable in  the inarkcts'of the world. Every  article v 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 the Latest Styles  in Hats���������hard and soft���������Shirts  White and Colored, Collars,  Cliffs, Underwear, Imported  Goods, Hosiery, etc., and we  specially call your attention to  our Imported Underclothing.  We tire showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  Mf*jU(44-6<(4(*-e-*4(44*4f*+''#****'*+  C.B.HUME&CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Co  and Bennett Fuse..  Personal  ing to Raiiway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  Daily Rounds.  Thos. Gillespie, bridge foreman, was  in town Thursday from .Salmon Arm  and went down to Arrowhead.  S. 1). McNamara of the Calgary  telegraph ollice. has been transferred  to tbe commercial oflice al,  Moo.-ejaw.  C. P. It. Irattie receipts for the week  ending October."! are .*til.*_'H),l).').'): compared with ij.ni 1,000 for lhc same week  last year. ,  Conductors Tierney and MclJiiail are  putting in .1 I,Ti.n bint loop nt Hartford  Junction, |iit'ar Phoenix, lo do away  with the present Y.  Tracklaying on the Grand Forks &  Republic railway i.s progressing rapidly  The'.company's first locomotive has  reached Grand Forks from Chicago,  A survey of a railway from Edmonton north to the Athabasca river at  the Landing, a distance of 90 miles of  easy country, has beun completed. ���������  Brakeman McDougall, whose injury  at Three. Forks was recorded in our  last, died six hours after the accident  iind has been buried til Three Forks.  The 0. N. II. station at Mariapolis,  on the Morris-Brandon section of that  road, was burned to the ground and  all the records destroyed on  Tuesday.  Ernest Semple, assistant superintendent of the C. P. lt. dining car  department in Winnipeg, accompanied  by Mrs. Semple, has returned from  his honeymoon tour. The happy  couple were'tlirough to the coast.  Harry Br'odie, chief cleik in the  Winnipeg passenger department of  the C. P.'R. will look after the work  under W, Stitt's charge and it will  probahly be some time before a  successor is appointed to Mr. Stitt as  assistant general passenger agent in  that city.  H. E. Hussey, general purchasing  agent of the White Pass railway, 'has  left for the east to visit, the Baldwin  Locomotive Works and Wesuingliouse  Air Brake Co. with* view to a considerable addition to the company's  rolling stock suitable for heavy mountain work. ,  It is the intention of the C. P. R.  to construct an addition to fhe pre  sent hotel at Banff. The house maintained there at present is a large one,  but the fame of Banff as a health and  pleasure resort has become so great  thut at all seasons the hotel is crowded  with guests and . very often the  accommodatioe is taxed to the utmost. ���������   ,  Reliable authority says Frank ' XV.  Morse, third vice-president, -will be-'  come second vice-president and  general manager of the Grand Trunk  railway on January Ist, 1903, that Mr.  Reeve, the present occupant of that  office, will go fo England for thr; e  months next summer, and upon his  return will prepare to" lay down the  reins of office and retire to his California farm for the remainder of his  days, i  -���������A-standard���������box��������� ear-for���������the���������railroads in the United States, Canada  and Mex'co, lias been adopted at the  semi-annual meeting of the American  Railway Association. .The dimensions  call for a car thirty six, feet long,  eight feet and six inches wide, and  eight feet high inside measurement,  making a cross section of sixty-eight  square feet, the car having a capacity  of 2,4-lS cubic feet." Side openings are  to hi* six feet wide.  The const ruction of the V. V. A: F,  railway spur,'from Carson into the  site of Hits proposed depot grounds af  Grand Forks, and the sub-spur to  Granby smelter, will be commenced  immediately and rushed tocninplctioi.  Tliere are in nil about six miles of road  to build. The work will occupy aliout  four months and will give employment to a large number of men.  There will be considerable rock ( utting  around the base of Observation mountain within the city limits.  The Canadian Northern train from  the South says Tuesday's Winnipeg  Telegram, did not reach the city until  ten o'clock last evening, a delay of  nearly nine hours, the cause of which  was the wreck of the freight train on  the Northern Pacilic at Silver Park, a  station sixty miles north of St. ' Paul.  A broken rail sent four cars off the  track. Conductor     Wilson     was  seriously injuied in the,, smash.  Wrecking trains were sent to the spot  and the* work was rushed with all  possible haste. The wreck blocked  not only the Northern Pacific, but the  Great Northern line as well.  G. I). Dunham, section foreman for  the Canadian Northern rail way : t  Portage In Prairie, met a horrible  death at the tank about a mile east of  the station on Monday afternoon. The  east bound passenger train had pulled  out nnd a freight was standing in the  legister.  Burnt to Death.  A iferrible calamity look place on  Friday last at Salmon Kiver bridge,  when the house of Geo. Mitchell was  destroyed by fire, and the eleven year-  old son of the family perished in the  11.lines. The family were out ala root  house some distance from the building  when the flumes were observed, .-ind  dt'spite the most desperate efforts they  were unable to gain entrance to tlie  burning house. Mr, Mitchell siift\*re'd  severely from burns received by him  in his efforts, and neighbors who were  present wei'*��������� unable to do anything to  succor I he poor lad, who was a cripple  and of weak mental faculties. The  building burned down in a remarkably  short lime, and the unforli.niite family  lost everything they possessed, includ-  a sum of money wliich was in llie  house. So fierce was the conflagration  that the stove was reduced to a molten  mass, and only a portion of the thigh  hone and skull'of* the boy could be  found. The family have the sympathy of their many friends and  neighbors.���������Vernon News.  Goldfields  E. Mi*Adam left on Thursday morning for Goldfields. Fish .Creek, wheie  he will assist-in the survey of the new'  townsite. During his absence Mr.'  Mr Adam will visit the Goldbug group  in the interest.? of the Revelstoke  owneis. The Goldbug group lies  just west about three-quarters of a  mile from the famous Camborne group  and almost adjoining the new town  of Goldfields.  Notes on the Progress of Work  in the District,   including-   the  Big   Bend,   Fish   River   and  Lardeau Camps.  A fiesh strike of nice looking chill  .'(ipyriti* was made in No. 2 liumel on  Ihe Standard last week. It is ,*i fool  wide antl runs parallel lo llu* four fool,  strike made, recently in tin*. same  tniuii'l and lhe prohaiiilities arc lliat  the two will be found lo run logelher  with depth. Lust week. II. Wilcox.I\  Default-am! .I.Dunii left fur (hi* property where they will he employed .-ill  winler. This addition In lhe stall' al  present at work  will   cause   a   large  .iitio.ml, develop nt work lu be dune.  The reports arriving I'rniu the Prince  Mining Cos. properties is of the most  encouraging nal ure, and next year  the Standard will be, no doubt, one of  the most* promising shipping mines of  North Knoteuay. There is a good  demand lor Prince Mining Go's, shares  now a 1.25c which will likely lake a  jump at lhe nexl meeting of the shareholder-,.  Molybdenite.  To show how useful a l'ttle information is to prospectors and mining men,  since publishing the items bearing on  tlie increased demand for molybdenite, the IlEKAi,i> has leceived communications asking for further light  on the subject ,-nul stating that the  writers knew of claims in this district  carrying a high percentage of this  mineral and of good Moat being found.  If the depart ment of mines would git  out during the* winter a le-iflet or  bulletin similar to those issued now  and again by the department of agriculture with some-plain and reliable  information at first hand as to this  mineral, it would he extremely iiscfu.1.  Molybdenite is nu ore that is of fairly  frequent occurrence '" the Lardeau.  Blue Jay.'  E. A. Bradley and J. Soarils came  down from Smith creek hy river on  Wednesday, "The water Ms exceedingly low. Work on tho shaft on the  Blue Jay is progressing and Gus  Hedstrom, llie foreman,.left Thursday  last to resume charge of- the. operations. O.ipt. Hughes is still up at the  claim. - . .. ,  - '" The Eagle "in" Town.''"' *'-.  R.P.'Pettipiece of the Eagle, canie to  town Thursday evening. There 'was  five inches of snow in Ferguson and as  fir as B.ity's when he came down  the pike lo -the Lauding. Mr.* Pettipiece favors a redistribution of lh s  riding along the Tribune lines,   lhat is  joining Trout Lake to Ainsworth am.  unking Noith Kootonay, north ot  Arrowhead into one riding. lie  is also strongly in favor of the department of mines waking up and doing  somtthing to show they tire alive  along the lines advocated by the  HuitALO in recent issues. Some  information on the subject of molybdenite would, he declares, be of great  use and interest to Lardeau prospectors  and milling men just now.  To Hold Up a Train.  Nort burn Pacific secret service men  are working upon what lhey helieve  was a plot lo rob the Norlh Coasl  limited two weeks ago near Deer  Lodge, Mont. Heporls to headquarters indicate thal.ti plan to rub thc  mails and the express safe had been  organized.  The limited wns late reaching Untie  west bound, and it was renning fast lo  regain ils schedule. Near Deer Lodge  liie engine struck a pile of bridge  timber.*, on 1 be track. They were not  seen by tlie track patrol and the first  fheoiy, th.it they might have fallen  from a freight, was exploded by  finding that they were partof no load  that had passed between the passing  of th'* patrol and the arrival of the  limited. . .  Evidence lias been obtained that the  timbers were intentionally placed on  the track, and the detectives have  succeeded in connecting two men with  thc plot.   No arrests have been made.  s  Fell In The Molten Slag.  A ghastly mishap befell Charles  Smith, iin employe in the Gianhy  sinelter on Sunday last. His work at  the smclterconsisted in dragging away  the pots , of molten slag and matte  from tbe furnace, anil it was whilo  returning with an empty one that he  mot with disaster. Another employe  was taking out a pot of molten slag  as Smith was coming in. The men  passed close beside one another, when  somehow or other they collided.  Smith was thrown off his footing, and  to the horror of the few _ bystanders,  fell into the sizzling mass.  -Only for a, few seconds did he lie  there,' for ���������willing hands dragged him  out, but in those few seconds ho was  terribly burned. He screamed with  agony, .but fortunately perhaps, inline*,  diately beciifne"unnonscious.-X"-*vf-r':';-' '-Sr'  Smith was sent at once to the hospital, where his injuries were attended  to. lt is possible that he may recover, hut his condition is serious.  "Rheo" the palmist, is  the Central Hotel. See  other column.  in   town   at  advt. in-an-  0������������������������������������������G^^ 1  DRY  GOODS,  CLOTHING, BOOTS AND  FURNISHINGS.  HERE are few home wants that cannot be supplied at this Store... This  particularly applies to the above sections.  Try us and see for yourself how coin--  plctely we have anticipated your needs.  When you come you will be ���������surprised  at the weal tii of choice, our widely  assorted stock affords, and your surpi-i.se'  will rise to perfect amazement as you  behold-the beaut}' of design and finish,  and note thc worthiness of the immense  quantity of goods wc place before you.  If you arc a judge of  values   there  will  he much  prices.  satisfaction   in   reviewing  our  EVERYTHING ���������  MARKED IN  PLAIN FIGURES.  Your  verdict must "be that  is a monev-saver.  everv thing  STORK    HAS  Days    in    thc  Bargains are Seasonable  Vou  case   up-to-date,  nomics in   all   the  posing it is' Roots  Dry   Goods    or  ���������in fact these  BARGAINS  week.       Our  and   in  every  will    find   ccb-  Departmenls. Stipend Shoes, Clothing,  Gent's. I;_urnishings,  sold to vou  Hies are al  at our Dry Goods  Prices.  ..In Bur Store on  Itozie Ave.  &  Y  MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.  The Misunderstanding Between France and Turkey  Amicably Settled���������Russia and  the Chinese Empire.  KlMXiifllOil Nov. !).���������Andrew Carnegie was this moi ning declared unanimously elected Lord Hector of St  Andrew**, L'niversitv, Scotland. The  students cheered the announcement  vociferously.  London-, Nov. !).��������� It is repot led that  France and Ku.-sia have arrived at an  agreement for common action with a  view to the execution of reforms in  Armenia and the European provinee.-  of the Ottoman Empire guaranteed by  the Sultan in lhe Berlin treaty.  ��������� l'.Mtis, Xov. f).���������Turkey has yielded  to every demand made by France.  The Sultan will recognize the French  schools and hospitals, give exemption  from taxation and ailow the damaged  institutions to be rebuilt.  Salonika. Xov. 0.���������The Bulgarian  government is trying to embarrass U.  S. ; Consul Gen. Dickinson in his  negotiations with the biigands. who  have raptured Miss Stone. A letter  fnun Miss Stone, written in English,  says I hat she is well and gives information about her kidnappers.  Tabloid Telegrams   -  One man killed, five others badly  wounded iind 2G convicts are at large  as a result of mutiny iit the site of the  U. S. prison near Leavenworth, Kan.,  where J00 prisoners in-'charge of 30  armed guards were at work. The 20  convicts who* escaped are .heading  for the Indian /Territory. .Mounted-  guards are pursuing them.  'The switchmen on the  Denver   and  Rio Grande Uy are out on strike.  The Russian government is..Co con  struct a~canai from Riga on_the Baltic  ���������to '-Khet-ibii-bn-'tiievBliick' Sem^-W.'fv'i -'..'..;  Turkey's new cruiser being built by  Cramps at Philadelphia wa's'commen-'  ccd yesterday.   ��������� ' - -  ; '       .  All the fruit canning concerns in  California outside*- of the present  California Fruit Canneis Association  are being bought hy an eastern syndicate.      ' " ���������  ��������� "A secret despatch, passed through  this city today." says the Shanghai  correspondent or the London Standard  reputed to'bo from the Chinese  minister in St. Petersburg, warning  tbe Emprets Dowager that Russia is  determined to retain possession xof  Manchuria, and if the Manchurian  Convention io denounced, other terms  will be exacted,' gravely menacing ,  China's independance. w  The entire Market Street Railway  system or S.in Francisco' has been  bought by a Baltimore syndicate.  $2(1,000.000 in cash is the price paid.  A  fire in. Bradford, Pa.,   yesterday  destroyed the city hall. ,-i valuable law  library, and a  dozen   buildings.    Loss  !jl50,avj.-^��������������������������� -   -..   r - -��������� _-=_=._-  The Duke of Cornwall and York .has  been created Prince of Wales and Earl  of Chester.  The -State department at Washington has leceived a despatch from tbe  Am-rienn Consul at Panama Faying  that the Liberals bad captured the  town of Tuni.-ico. 500 miles south of  P.inamii and taken irom 400 to COO  soldiers prisoners.  MgjMaifcM1***.**.**^^  Miss Glovei, formerly of the public  s.hool sinIV here, has secured tin  appointment us'leacher at South  Vancouver.  The Peterborough lumber men. who  have purcliascd thu DeCew mill at  Airoudead and went theie this week  with S.-nn Hill to view the ground arc  expected out this evening.  Today is being observed sis a public  holiday. The bank.-, government and  civic ollices are clo:-ed and most of the '  stores., The general delivery wicket  at tlie postoflice will be open for an  hour after the arrival of the mail from  tbe east tbis evening.  Dr. McLean was summoned to  Illecillewaet yesterday to attend Mr.  Peterson, the packer, who was taken  with ii fit. He brought down P.  Allstrom with him, who while chopping, partly severed one of his fingers  with the axe. The finger will have to  be amputated.  There was a meeting of tlie city  council last night tit whicli after considerable discussion it was. finally  decided to grant tbe request of a  petition presented by residents of  Wards, asking for a central fire hall.  Aid. Abrahamson. as representative  of the ward was charged to bring in a  regular petition signed by ratepayers  representing the requisite proportion  of the assessment at the next meeting  of the council. A full report of tlie  proceedingt will appear in our next  issue. 3fa<l*tolit %mH and  Jen's $m\[t\\.  aifo&tt  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journal published in the  interests of the railway men. mining men anil  busine*.* men of tlie Went. Days of l'ubllealion  Wtfilneailay and Saturday.  ADVERT ISINd 1UTKS.  nisplnr ails., f 1.50 per inch; single eolumn,  ������2 per fneti when inserted, on title*, page  Legal wis., 10 cents per inch (nonpariel) line  for iiml Insertion; Scents for each additional  Insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line each  Issue. Birth, Marriage aud Death Notices  free*.  SDBSCRUTION RATES.  Bvmal'lor carrier, ti per annum; J 1.25 for  six 'mouths, strictly In advance.  OlIK JOB DEPARTMENT.  Isoue of the best equipped printing ollices In  the West and prepared to execute all kinds of  ..riming fn lirstctass style at honest price i.  one price to all. No job too large���������none loo  small���������for us. Mail orders promptly attended  iu.   Hive us a trial ou your next order.  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  WN* Invite correspondence on any subject  of interest to the general public, lu all cases  llie bona tide name of lhe writer must accom-  j.auv manuscript, bul uot necessarily fo.'  publication.  Address all communications to thc Manager.  NOTICE ID COIIREil'ONDKNTS.  1,���������All    correspondence    must   be    legibly  written ou one side of the paper only.  '2.���������Correspondence    containing      personal  matter must bu signed with the proper name  ������if the writer.  M. ~.<IKOUAX, Kdltor.  Saturday, Novkmiiek 0. 1001.  THE   LUMBER  INDUSTRY.  The Piovince notes the fact that the  export of lumber from li. C. to the  Northwest and Manitoba is greatly on  thd increase. The revenue received  during the monlh of October on timber  and shingle bolts was ,$15,000, a greater  amount than was received during the  whole twelve months of ISiW, Milliiien  at the coast are even now behind in  their orders and two more shingle  mills capable* of turning out a car a  day will be operating on False Creek  next month.  This  is n very gratifying uhewing.  The'lumbering business is one of first  rate  importance    in     this   province.  Kootenay has resources in  her extensive and valuable timber limits only  second to the Coast  and   is  situated  closer to the great market for lumber  in  the immense treeless area   of the  great  plains  of  the   Canadian     and  American   northwest.   On| the Coast  an industry has bsen allowed to grow  up  through  ' the  supineness  of  the  governments of this province in   the  past, which,   while    furnishing  temporary  employment in   the   logging  camps, is practically depleting one of  our chief resources  in order to build  up sawmills aad lumber towns in  the  state of Washington.     No such industry has so far commenced to establish  Its vested  interests   to   the   ultimate  * detriment of British Columbia in  this  section.   On the Coast these   loggers  have entrenched themselves to such  a  degree thut the present government is  hesitating  to put in force  the   very  useful   measure   passed   last    session  prohibiting the export of saw-logs.    It  does not appear to tbe Hkhald that  '- hesitation is likely to mend  matters.  Once American capital is seized of the  fact that   it cannot  derive   th*  raw  material    for     its    industries    from  Canadian resources, it is not very long  before it is found   establishing these  industries  on   Canadian soil.    If   the  Washington sawmill  men  knew  that  after a certain date they could  import  no more "saw-logs  from  British   Columbia,   they  would   most likely    be  ���������"foTfnd-ready   for   business   tliis   side"  ofthe line   hy   that  date  and   there  would be no cessation  of activity   in  the logging camps   at  all.    We  have  the logs,  and  are   really,   if   we only  recognize   the   fact,   or.   top    of    the  situation.     At  all   events  as   far  as  Kootenay is concerned, we look to the  government  to   make   an    effort    to  attain     lb*  end   tbat    our     natural  ��������� resources are utilized ta  build up our  own district and not the states  to  the  south of ns.     If   the   government  is  really   the   business     government,  it  promised it will  see  lo this.    Even in  the  case   of limber    limits    granted  under thc old sweeping patents,  there  (sboultl be some way  of compromising  matteis. some method of arranging a  ipiid pro quo, if the provincial government would only use a  little  foresight  nntl energy in the matter.  "If," says the Vancouver Province,  "there as many mills going up  throughout the province a.s in the  vicinity of Vancouver, another year  will see an unprecedented activity in  the shingle and sawmill business." As  far as North Kootenay is concerned  the outlook is that she will hold up  hor end of the sawlog. The Hkrald  notsd a short time ago that the Fred  Robinson Lumber Co. were putting in  anew shingle mill at Wigwam and  the Revelstoke Lumber Co.'s progross  with their sawmill at the Big Eddy is  being watched with interest by every  resident in town. Now comes thc  important news that thc old DeCew  mill on the Northeast Arm has lieen  purchased    by    one  of  the  biggest  lumber   companies   in   Ontario.   The  agent of thc purchasers, who was here  some   time   ago,   looking    over    the  ground,   reported   favoral 1/   ou    the  deal and the money for the  plant* has  been put up.      It will he moved across  the Arm to  the Arrowhead   sido  and  considerable additions made to it.   All  this points to a considerable   increase  of activity in the  lumbering   business  of Nortli  Kootenay   and   the opening  up of the navigation of the   Columbia  river by steamboat will no doubt give  a big lift to   the .development   of tl c  very considerable timber resources   of  the upper Columbia from   Goldstream  to'Kinbasket hikes.     There are. miles  of fine limits in that district quite  untouched and hitherto almost inaccessible.    It is altogether likely tlmt   with  the limits  placed   within   easy   communication of the base  of   supplies at  Revelsloke, these   valuable   resources  of the    district   will   bccuinc available  aud tlui owners of those limits, already  taken up will start logging   camps   at  work on them at once.     Now that the  timber in Michigan   and .Minnesota is  becoming exhausted, the sawmill men  of those states an* linding   that   thev  have to   travel   pretty   far  afield  for  their   raw   material.       They   are   no  longer   allowed   to import   logs   from  Ontario   and   llritish     Columbia     is  bound to   attract,   considerable attention in lumber circles.     North   Kootenay oilers big   attractions   to   those  engaged in this business  and   we   are  likely to see our resources of  this kind  exploited to their fullest extent'in the  immediate future.  sirtn  IS IN THE HEART OF THE GREAT FREE  GOLD  CAMP  ON  FISH   RIVER.  THE IMPERIAL PROBLEM.  M '      ONLY FOUR MILES FROM  NAVIGABLE  WATERS.  V^J Two and One-Half Hours take you to the Main Line of the Canadian Pacific Railway.  U>s>  $9 A place of Great Business Possibilities.  &S .  ^K] Now is the time to make your choice of Lots.                                                                                                            _     |5&  W, ' ��������� ������  X& CAMBORNE will be an important place on the Arrowhead and kootenay Railway Line a.s it is tributary to Pool Creek    j&  f]& which has large numbers of Mineral   Properties under diflerent  stages  of development.    The propertips now being opened    J$  t^u up " The Imperial Development Syndicate " and the  Northwestern Development Syndicate are almost at  its door,' besides    IS?  ffji| Free Cold Propositions, Lead, Silver and Copper Properties are within four miles.                                                                                   gw  JOHN D. SIBBALD,  Agent.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better tlinn riches   Wc have the nam** of making  the only Stylish suits in Town  ���������for durability anil quality  they also excel.  ���������- tpv ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  A commercial transformation as  great a.s ever was that which shifted  the centre of the business oi" western  civilization from Venice to London,  is taking place before our eyes. The  waters of the Pacific ocean are the  destined future highway of Uie maritime carrying trade of the world.  The Imperial point d'appui of tlie  Pacific,is western Canada. Her rivals  are the Pacilic stiitcs of the union and  Russia* ever scheming to secure a  permanent foothold on. the great  ocean of the future, ft is not in Soutli  Africa or India that thc Empire  within the next half century is going  to he lost or  won,  but in Manitoba,  in Alberta, in British Columbia.    The  policy     for    Imperial    statesmen to  puzzle over for ths next decade or so,  is not how  to checkmate   Russia in  Herat or France   in   Central Africa,  but how  to get   a*   population  of  25  millions of the fright kind of people  into Western Canado.     The commercial supremacy of Great Britain is not  really endangered because American  contractors   by   working   their    men  longer   hours   can   rush   out  a   steel  bridge  or an   order  for   locomotives  faster   than  Birmingham  or    Crewe,  but it   is   badly  endangered   hy the  shrewdness with wliich fhe clearheaded men  of light and leading in  American commerce are making  ready to push the advantages offered  them by their long stretch of Pacific  seaboard, compared with the  fatuous  ��������� .,i:w���������������^���������������n ������f TJ,.;r;uli  invixtnis in the I Eatic" mineral claim, sitiiatcd on  the (livid  indifference of Bntisli in\ estors to cue   be*vccn Frmch and McCnllocfc Creeks, at th  VEGETABLES  The verv host on Iho market today,  including:  Potatees,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also lirst quality ol well cured  Timothy Hay  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROWLE,  Itcvelstokc, 11. C.  "*a_oB������  In the County Court of Kootenay Holden  at Fort Steele :--  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that On the 17th  dav of October, 1901, it was ordered by His  Honour J. A. Forin, Esq., of the said Court,  that James Ferguson Armstrong Oliicial  Administrator of the County of Koeitcnay, be  ailniinistratorof all and singular the Estate oj.  William E. Koss, of Ferguson, U. C, deceased,  interstate.  Every person indebted to thc said deceased  is required to make payment forthwith to the  undersigned.  Everv person having in. possession effects  belonging to tho deceased is required forthwith to notify the undersigned.  Every creditor, or other person, having any  claim upon or interest in the distribution of  tlie personal estate of the said deceased is required wiihin thirty days of this date to send  by registered letter addressed to thc undersigned, his name and address, and the full  particulars of his claim or interest, and a  statement of his account, and thc nature of thc  security, (it any) held hy him.    ��������� v  After the expiration ef the said thirty days  the Administrator will proceed wilh the distribution of ihe estate, having regard to those  claims only of which he shall have had notice  Dated at Fort Steele this 17th day of October.  l'JOl,  JAMES FERCUS0N ARMSTROHC,  Oct. 'iti-ltl. Ofllelal Administrator.  Notice to Co-Owners.  A. N.SMITH  BAKER,  CONFECTIONER,  and caterer Etc.  CHOICE OROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  * *  *  fr  -s������  fr  fr  ���������*  ���������*  f  fr  ���������f  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  Jj  fr  fr  fr  fr  ****************************************************  Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.   A good Bar, well supplied with  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  :     Props. I  Brown & Pool  fr  fr  fr  <_���������  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  fr  fr  a.  >*  fr  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  P. O. Box  132.  Revelstoke, B.C.  || PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     Ml)������TON.".    SAUSAGE. I  m  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  claims of Western Canada on their  attention. There is no spot on earth  too forsaken of God and man for  British gold to be poured into it like  water on some wildcat venture. Only  Canada. when under the  British   flag,  British laws, British institutions,  life, property and the returns of industry and reasonable ent.ei-pri.se are  as secure as in Middelsex or Uxn-  cash ire is thc one region in the world  for British capital toMiun.  TO RICKABD MCDIARMID.  fnder Mineral Act 1897 and amendments  thereto, notice is hereby given that we, Loui&c  Leontlnc Graham and litis Lund, have performed all the assessment work on thc "Golden  -   ���������  - -  o    _ e  head of Ground Hog Basin in tbe liig Bend  District of West Kooienay, located IGtli September, 1E96 and recorded 21 September, 18S-C  and that Richard McDIarmtd the recorded  owner of one-half linterest in said mineral  claim has neglected to do his share of the  work or io pav for same for the years 1S98,1399.  l'JOO antl 1901.' Notice is hereby given to the  said Eichard McDiarmld, that unless said  charges are paid within ninety days of thc  first publicationof this notice we shall proceed  to record said delinquent interest as_providcd  IJy-TecilonTrof the_"?trnerar Aet Amendment'  Act, 100(1."  Dated at Revelstoke. B. C, Oth August, 1901  I,.I.. Gkakam,  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.   .  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate;  JrAlberhStoiie���������Prop  Co-owners <  Gcs L.CXU.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  Order Your  Printing  from thc  HERALD  -���������Printers  ���������of  ��������� Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A SPECIALTY  NOTICK IS HKREnV GIVEN", in pursuance of  the Creditors'Trust Deeds Act, 1901," that  John Vincent I'erks,of the City of Revelstoke,  in the l'rovince of British Columbia, Hotel  Proprietor, lias by (lceu,'bearlngilate tlielOlh  ���������lavof October, A.P., 19<il, a'slgne.l all his  real und personal property, except hi therein  mentioned to John Drlnkwater Sibbald, of the  ���������aid City of RevolsNikc, .General Agent, In  trust lor lhe purpose of sailslytng ratably and  proportionately mid without prejudice or  priority, lhc creditor*! of tDe saiil John Vln-  iciu i'erlt**. the Assignor, and the said Trustee  ha*, midcrukon llie inlets created hy lhe said  ���������Iced. --   *  All Bernini having claims agaln-it the said  John Vincent I'erks ar<* required on or before  lhe tenlh day ol November, A. Ii��������� IWM, to send  to the "aid Trustee full particulars nf l!i<* (min  ���������Inly verltH'.l, together with the particulars of  ������he snciirlty. If any, held by ihem.  A SI) NOTICK I .-I IIKKKHY GIVKN that  after ihc-al.l tenth day of November, 1901, the  vaid Trustee will proceed to distribute the  asset*1 among those creditors whose claims  have been lixlyc! with him and that lie will  not be responsible after said date for llie assets  so distributed, or any part thereof, lo any  person ������r persons, firm or corporation, of  whose debt or ciaim he -.hall uol men have  received notice.  A Meeting ol thc Creditors of the said John  Vincent I'erks will be held at tlu: office ol  John Drlnkwater Sibbald, First Street, Revelstoke, British Colombia, on Saturday, the  twenty-sixth day of October. A. D��������� l'JOl, at the  hour of two o'clock In the afternoon.  Dated at Revelstoke, B.C., this 12th day of  October, A. D .IMI.  J. M. SCOTT, RcvelBtolc, B, C.  rfoliclfir for the Trustee.  LOST.  A Flag���������Union Jack���������frora the Opera Home  on or about January 2nd, 1001. The flacf was  used for the decoration of the Opera House  for thc Trainmen's Ball on N'ew V'ear's Kvn.  The finder will pleaic return same to }lr.nil,T>  Office. Oct. 9���������tl.  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  NOTICE.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  New Schedule  Kffcctive October 111, 1001  rea-iion'iisaa  So. 101.  P. O. Box 70C1  The Prospectors' Exchange  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  Gold, Silver Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the _Ht*~Excliaiigo.  Free Milling Cold Properties wanted xii once for Eastern Investors.'  Parties having mining property for sale are requested to send samples of their ore  lo the Kxehaiiire for Exhibition ' *  All samples should be sent by express Prepaid.  Address all communications to  Correspondence solicited.  ~JB  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Nelson, B. C.j  _n_B_ss  csscasarasBBBr!  EASTB0UND  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  Passengers booked to all  Eastern,"'Canadian and U.S.  Points.  o  Berths reserved on Atlantic  Steamers for passengers to  the Old Countrj.  II. G. PAI1SOX, President.  .11. J. O'BBIEX, Managing Director '  2Le Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  ^Limited-Liability.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL 'COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  Revelstoke.  B..C.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  XAKK NOTICK that CO days after date I  ���������I intend to apply to thc Chief Commissioner  of I.andu and works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the following described lands:  Commencing nt a post marked Bogor F.  l'errv's southeast corner post situate about 200  feet trom Scotl Creek, thence west 40 chains;  thence north 1G0 chains; thence east 40 chains;  ihcnce south 100 chains, to tho plaeu of commencement; containing M0 acres.  ROOER P. PERRY.  Goltltleldi, B. C, Oct. 17tb, 1901.      Nov. 6-tf..  Direct Steamer Service from  Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full   information and illustrated  pamphlets furnished on *  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Bevelatoke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  ]A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give io good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, etc.  to any part o( the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, Is again open to  the public. Meals served at all  hours.  A. REBUOHE8E,      -      -      Prop  AU orders left" at K. M. SmytHc's Tobacco  Store, or byTclephoucNo.7willreceIve prompt  attention.  .   '   ��������� '  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  ���������   Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  *      All orders promptly filled.  Express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  I     ��������� H. Cook.  ���������st i  \i  ity  L'i *  if  h  ft'*  14  x\\  i. ill,'.H*T*i'TTiniV*i '-���������"*"������"*"*"'"���������'->"'Kmmumiumnm1.mm  ARCHIBALD J. SCOTT, Hancock, Mich.  PBTRR LAW ONT. Nelson. U, O. ���������  CHARLKS H. ST ILL. WELL, Neleon, B.C.  JAiMUS A. JUAGKE, Revelstok.', B. (1.  BOARD OF DIRECTORS.  J)It. C. A. B. HALL. Nelson, B. C.  J. FHED I1U.UK, Nelson, 11, C.  JAMES P. BYERS. Tni.il, B. C.  J. 0. T. OROKTS, Nelson, B.C.  SAMUEL M. BUYDUI2S, Nelson, ��������� H. C.  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Nelson, B.C.  LEGAL  Incorporated under the Laws of Bnitsh Columbia.  Capital: $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares,  Par Value $1 Each.  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NO PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  Cambourne Qraup9 9 Claims.   Oyster Qp.9 6 Claims  Located  in llie  Free Gold  Fish River Camp,   Lardeau  Mining Division,  British Columbia.  Large Veins Free SVIIfllng Gold Ore  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Gents Per Share.  JM. SCOTT   1! A��������� I.L.li.  Ilnrrislur,      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,   Ktc.  McL'en.'.lo Avenue, Kevelstoke Station.  Money to lonn,  JJARYEY, M'CAKTK'.l ���������<: PINKHAM  nurristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Sollcltiiri*. for Imperial llmilc of Cliinniln.  Coiiipnnv fiimls Kiliinii utS per vein.  ' 1'iiiST biniil.T, llevelhtoke Sliitlon, 1). C.  CHURCHES  Mmiouinr cnviicii, iii:vi:i.stokk.  I'rciichlii.,' survincs iu 11 ti. in. nml 7:110 p.m  Cluia meeting ill tlio close ol the inornlim  service Sabbulh Sehool nml HibleClas-i ill It'IN  Weekly I'ruvcr Meeting every Wednesday  evening nt 7::m. The puhlic nre conJliilly  Invilcil.   Seats frcu.  Uev. 0. IiADNKii, l'nstor.  ST.  1T.TI-.II.S Clll.'UI.II,   ANfit.ICAN.  ElRht n.in., llolv Kiiclinrist; 11 n.m., mn ns,  I it nnv nml .sermon (Holy liuchiirlst llrs.1 Sun-  dnv In ihu inontli); '2:m Sunday scliool, or  children's mui-vIco; "-HO Hvensong (choral) unil  sermon, llolv Dili's���������Tho Holy Euchiinsl I*,  eelohrnieil ui 7 n.m. or K n.m., ns ninionnceil.  Holy llaptl.sm ntlur Sunday School nl 11:1,1.  0. a. l'liocuNiuii, Hector,  i'in:siiYTi:iiiAN i.'iiuiicii.  Serviceeverv Sunday nl 11 n.m. mul ":H0 p.m.  to ������ hii'li nil nre welcome,     l'rnyer ineulliig nt  S n. in. every.W'ciliu'sclny.  in:v. w. <:. Cai.di'.ii, l'nstor,  HOMAN CATHOLIC CIIUKCII.  Mn**s   ul  10:110 n, in.,  on   Ilrst,   second  mil  lourili Sundays In Ihu month.  IIIIV.   .'ATIIKII   THAYKIl.  SALVATION   AllMV.  .Meeting even* night In their Hull oil Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  L. 11. nucK-.C. C.  F.I!. B. Luwis  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  JMui'ts pv-pi'Y Wednesday in  Oihlli'llows' Hull ulSo'clock  Visiting Knights invited.  K-, CO.     :    :    :*   :    :    :  A  A  tt  K. oi-* 11. Si ti.  LOYAL'ORANGE LODGE   No.  In view oftiie splendid showings of both high and low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for thc 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 slock to  J. D. SI  Andrew  Official Broker,  Revelstoke, B. C.  SECRETARY.  P. O. BOX 700, NELSON, B. C.  ARCHIBALD. J. SCOTT, President.  PETER LAMONT, Treasure..*.  OFFICERS.  DR. G. A B. HALL, Vice-Pi'.'.sident .  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Secretary.  1658.  Jteirnlnr meetings ure held In the  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Frl-  ilny of cuch month, ut 8 p.m. shurp.  Visiting lirethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  W. G. BlllNEY, Rcc.-Scc.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  tloynl School of Mines, London.    Seven yenrs  ut, *Morfn   Works,  Swansea.     17   yenrs  Chiel  Chemist  to Wlgnn Conl nnd   Iron Co.,   Kng.  I.ute cihemi.st nnd As.suycr, Hull Mines, Ltd.  Claims cxiimineil mid reported upon.  {Ferguson, B.C.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2 00 ���������Lots  2oo  ���������     BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of*  the   proposed   Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated, at 'the/base of  tlie Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by ''_ Mining Properties   now   under  Development.  Which will be utilized-next" Season by Concentrating Plants.  Revelstoke  Studio....  Is now open for business.  MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY  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 ofthe moon, etc.  Thunderstorms and blizzards  will be added as opportunity  occurs.  Wright Porritt  Red Rose Decree meets second nnd fourth  Tuesdr.vs of ench month; White Rose Degree  meets third TncMlny of eneli qunrtcr, tn Oddfellows Hull.  Visiting brethren welcome  wm. watson, . hy. Edwards,  President. '        Secretnry.  Supt. Marpole  Tells   What  C.  P. R. Enterprise is Doing. .  Gpnei'iil increase of business ' litis  necessitated eiuiMilvi'.ible improve-  inunts in rnmii-rliiHi with the C. P. R.  in lhe interior, mul the report brought  buck hy II. Miii-pole, the Miperinten-  (lentof lhe Pacific division, is Ihnl  satisfactory progress is being made  with theililVeient works. Mr. Mnrpok'  lms ri.limie.l Iron 1 11 trip of in.-peelion  of the lines up coiniLry, mul visited nil  tliu iiuporliint poinis in lhe mining  dislricls in lhe interior.  At Nelson a getieril enlargement Jf  llie lei'iuinal facilities is hei iir in.uli*.  The engine sheds ure hump, added to,  anil with the improved conveniences  lhu coin puny will he able tu deal 11101 e  satisfactorily with the inpidly increasing business nl ihnl poinl.  New engine sheds 'ire being erected  at Klioll.. and lhe yard facilities are  also|,bcing enlarged. This has been  rendered necessary hy lhe iiii'ioase in  general business, and especially of the  ore trallie between Phoenix and the  Granny Mueller, ll is eiu'o.ir.iging to  hear I hat .such is the rase, and ihnl  (trouter development of lhe mines in  the ICootenay and lhe Ikiimdiiry districts is . consiaiitly taking place.  Additions to the tracks nl i'lioenix  nre also being made for the sunn;  reason, and aL the Ironside and Knob  Hill mines, business has also made il  imperative Mini railway facilities be  furnished.  The. building of the Arrowhead and  Kooienay Lake railwav. wliich is now  being constructed under lhe supervision x,t 3. G. Sullivan, ono of the Com-  piiny'u engineers, will open up 11 large  section of rich mining country, and  will all'ord facilities for shipping to u  number ot mines. Development,  properties have been holding their ore  until such lime as a railway would  enable them to ship aba rate of freight  which would leave some profit to the  operators-.  The C. P. R. has recognized this important fact and'wiLh the completion  of this line this work ��������� nf the mineral  claims will be proceeded with on a  still larger scale. Mr. Mai pole inspected the lei'iuinal facilities at .Lardo,  which is the Koolr'iiny Lake end of tbe  line. Twelve miles of the line are  already built and the woik of construction is being carried forward as  rapidly as possible. Jt is expected  that the line will be.completed to the  present terminus ou Trout Luke this  year.  As soon as the shipments of ore are  resumed from the Rossland camp,  further extensions of the tracks at  Smeller Junction will be made.  Improvements will also be undertaken  in connection with lhe company's  property at Kossland.  Tlie bridge over tlie Coluinliiii rivet*  at Kobson is well under'way, and is be  ing constructed by lhe Dominion  Bridge Company. It is hoped to have  it completed and reiu'iy for traffic in  about three months. . Trains will then  run thiough .from Nelson to Midway  and Itossland. and such delay as now  necessarily lakes place transferring at  West and East Kobson will thus be  saved.  views,  views,  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE' GENERAL AGENT,  G. B. BATHO,  Ferguson, B. CJ.  +**i**l**l'+***'t*t***4'.i.*'**i..I**4.*l.i**  PELLEW-HARVEY, ������  BRYANT & GiLMAN f  Mining Engineers *  and Assayers,   . ���������  .   ���������  VANCOUVER, ll.C-      EstublishctUSM  A8SAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Tests mnile up to 2,01)0lbs.  A s|ieclnlty mnde of checkinir Smelter  Pulps.  Samples from the Interior hv mull or  express promptly nt tended to."  Correspondence solicited.  iZiZ5" VANCOUVER, D. C.  *-f*f*f*T**f**f**f*f'i***f*f***i**'i'*i**i**f.i'**j*^  H. EDWARDS  .   .      TAXIDERMIST.*  DEER HEADS, I1IRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Tnrs Cleaned nnd Kcvnircil.  JUST EAST OF I'UESliYTEltlAN'  CIIURCIIj  Third Street.   ���������  Certificate of Improvem ents  ZETOTIOIE-  Gohl II111 Mineral Claim, sitnnte in the  Kevelstoke Mining DiviMuu of Koolenny Uii-  triet.  Whore Located: In Ground Hog Busln. on  McCullough Creek.  TAKE NOTICE lhat I,' 0. B. Hume, Tree  Miner's Ccrliiicuie.No. II, I7WJ, Intend, sixty  ,luvs from lhe dine heieoi, to apply to lhe  .Mi'iung Uecorder for ttCcrlilicute ol Improvement:., for the purpose of obtuining u. ���������j.'uu'u  Griuil-oHliL- above claim.������������������ ���������'������������������- ���������- -   -- - -  And fin Liter take notice that notion,  under  Secluni  '.!", musi hu commenced  before    the  issuance ol such (Jertiiiciile of Improvements.  Waled lhis llu duy ol September, l'Jiil.  ii. II. HUME.  Oct. 11���������If  Certificate of Improvements  USTOTiaE.  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Is in a position to give as good value for the  money expended, either for 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. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD.  L SchnidcL  Successor to D. Jenkins  Manufacturers of  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  "O.K." Minernl Cluiin, slliiatc in the  Revohtoke Mlnlni; Division of West Koolenny  Dlxtricl:  Whcre locfitcd:���������In   Ground   Hog UaiIii, on  .\IcCullouj;li Creek.  TAKK NOTICK Hint I. Charles I*\ I.ludmurk  of ItuvuNtokv, Krec Minur'n llertlllcale No. II  1UUII, Intcinl, sixly iluv.������ Ironi tliu dule hereoi,  tn apply in the MlnluV livoriierfor u Cerllli-  cute oi Improvements Ior tliu purpo-o ot  oliliiiuiiit; u Crown Grunt of tliu nbovu claim.  And further lake nolicc that hciIoh under  Section II". musi be cuiiimeiu'eil before lhe  Issuance of such Cerlilicale of improvement*!.  "llntcil this Sth day ot August, A.U.. liflil.  AUB ITixn CHAS. P. LINDMARK.  Repairing of Boots, Shoos  and Harness, a Specialty.  OPPOSITE HERALD   OFFICE.  -GALrGOAL-  FIRST CONSIGNMENT WILL  ���������   ARRIVE FRIDAY.  ..$7.50  per ton..  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The Icholee   land   norlh   of  track.  .    between Tiifipinu's and Long's, will  be  subdivided for sale as  boon as  possible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  P. O. Hojr, Wi.  TIME TABLE  Place your orders at once in time  for the November storm!  J. G. H.UTCH1S0H,: first street  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU.  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Liuidiiig mul Comaplix, commencing October  Mth, Mul, will *>ail u������ lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  nnd Comaplix twiccdaiiy���������10k. and 15k.  Leaving Comaplix and Ihomson's Landing  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:15k and 12:4oK  Making close connections with all C. I*. R.  Steamers nnd Trains.  Tlie owners reserve the right to change times  of sMling.s without notice.  The Fretl Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  WANTED.  Wanted immediately a Cook and Walter  Wages too and fX respectively. Apply M.st  Bucbaxas, Pendragou Hotel, Camborne. oct9t  Sale of the Lanark Concentrator.  ".Snys .Mortimer Lamb in his weekly  review ot* the mining situation  in  the  Colonist:  " Last week 1 visited the little way  station of Laurie, just above  Illecillewaet,   on tlie  C. P. R.,  once a   very  busy   place,   but   now   but- for    one  family, entirely deserted.   Tbo family  consists of Mr. J. L. Porritt, who since  the Lillooet and  Frazer River Gold-  fields suspended operations has been  acting as caretaker for Lhe company,  and   liis   wife   and  children.     Some  little time ago Uie aerial tramway was  ���������  dismantled   and   purchased   by     the  Molly  Gibson .Company,  of    Nelson,  and-tlie-concenti*iitoi'-pl:iiit-.*inil-=-build-i_:  ing being now sold to Lhe  Payne Co.,  of   Sandon,   the   services   of   even   a  caretaker are no longer required.   'Site  concentrator, like all  the equipment  at the ill-fated mine is in every respect  ellicient and well  designed,  and   it  is  boused   in   a   building   Tfl x 130   feet,  which is about to bo  torn   down   for  the   value  i.if   tho   heavy  timbers  is  considerable.    The machinery includes  a pock-breaker,  three  sets of rollers,  elevators,   revolving screens,  ten jigs  and   four 0-foot   l-'rue   Vannei-s.    The  power   was  furnished  by  two S-incb  and   two  Kl-iticli  horizontal  turbine.*.,  developing   2(XJ   horse     power.      The  nominal   capacity  of  tbe  mill   is'  100  tons    in   21   hour-.    I    was   given tn  uiuler.-taiid that Mr.  Garde,  manager  of Ihe I'.iyne. c-aiinateil that he  bad  sutlieiont" on*  on   tlie dumps  at  tbaL  mine, tbe treatment of which  by  concentration ��������� would  alone   pay   for  tbe  mill and   its   re-erection   at   Sandon,  while there are 100.1JUO tons  of  ore  in  the back-fillings."  The A. & K.  Speaking of the Lavdi'.'iu branch,  the Kooioniiiiin does not expect grading will go further than Gerratd this  .-.ensnn. It says: *'If the good  weather holds out for a few weeks  longer tin* road will be completed to  Selkitk. at the lower end of the Trout  Lake district. Tbe length of road  completed will be approximately '32  miles. The grading is now within four  miles of Selkirk and a month at the  longest will suffice lo complete tbe  grade. The tiack is now laid tor a.  distince of 20 miles. Tbe bridge work  is all completed with the exception of  tbe bridge at the second crossing,  which will be 300 feet in length. It  has not been decided vet which  course the road will take in getting  around Trout Lake. It is believed  that the Canadian Pacific are figuring  on liuilding a line from Arrowhead  to Thompson's Landing through to  Trout L-ike, via'Camborne. In this  event they will probably build around  instead of putting boats on the lake as  it will give an all rail route from the  the Coast to Kootenay."  I- ���������*-.  fefts-r.  p.* ���������"t4*'l"I"l"l"i*'l"i'*l"l*4'^.^.^"l'i"l"i**l"l"i"i"I"l'  *'���������        - ��������� ������  -*  A  OH IN A  aiulu lot of   Beautiful dishe  " JAPANESE," have .just  been p cned up at  t Canada Drug & Book Co *  $ REVELSTOKE. t  fr Japaccse Napkins always in <  -v    slock���������35c. per liundred.    ���������  t fr .M.*********** **********'  BORN.  ������i"2v  iqoy  7<j������toy������,   iLiyfp^TL^  jej_���������TirVri itiMrti-t r ihjiium wir���������minr���������fitrrr ~~  /  I.vxks���������On Nov. 7th. to Mv, and 'Mrs.  \V. Lynns, a. daughter.  Oiiaici���������At Revelstoki*, Nov. 7i.h, In  .Mi*, and Mrs. A. Craig of Thomson's  Landing, of a daughter.  MARRIED  Tiiii.mas���������AIcLkax���������At the residence  of tbe bride's parents, Fourth Ave.,  Kiinilnops. on the 5th inst., by Rev.  A. \V. Mi.'I.vod. Thos. E. Thiiinas 10  I'.'sl.her, ilaiigbter of Mr. and .Mrf.  A leu. Mi*I.can.  Notes of News.  (bid Mtve llie King.  II. ./. Pratt, of Rossland, i.-  in   tnwn.  .) nl in Sanderson left for tin* I, ;i 11 lea 11  on Weiliii.'.*,il,'iy inorniiig.  ��������� .Mrs. ,1. M, Sunl.t, ri'tnriieil from  lliiniV on Thursday inoriiing.  Thos. Taylor. M.KI\, left for tlie  south 011 Thursday morning.  .Mis. .1. Ilopgood of Kamloops is  visiting with friends in town.  R. K. .Smiles of Comapli.v was  registered at the Central yesterday.  A hot air furnace is lo be put i n the  postoflice. R. Gordon is doing the  work.  Recent visitors from the Slocan  report that camp very ipiiet, quieter  even I ban during the strike days.  Mrs. Kil. Crockett and Miss Anna,  Treat of Craigellachie, were registered at the Victoria on Wednesday.  ' A. G. Kraser is tbe. new postmaster  at Thomson's Landing, vice A. M.  Craig, who intends moving to Trout  Lake.  Monday next is the date of the  monthly meeting of the hospital board  and a gooj attendance is earnestly  requested.  Supplies from Ferguson to tbe  Netsie L. minis are now being delivered over the new wagon road, the old  puck and rawhide trail being aband-  ed..  The business men and residents in  the vicinity of First St. and Government Road are putting in a stretch of  sidewalk from the corner of the City  '.Motel to the Post Office corner, by  private subscription.  Mrs. J. P. Kennedy has forwarded  $���������10 75 collected in Illecillewaet for the  building fund of the general hospital.  Mrs. Kennedy and the residents of  Illecillewaet deserve much credit, for  this handsome contribution.  Winter forces are gradually being  engaged on the Nettie L.. Silver Cup,  Black Warrior and Beatrice, in the  Lardeau, but there are plenty of  miners on the. ground. In fact there  are too many men idle in that section  already.  Tlie fixtures for the Imperial bank  al, Ferguson are now installed in the  Nettie L* block, and Manager Macdonald expects to have the I-ton safe  delivered r.ext week. The bank will  probably be open for business about  ihe 20th.  Rev. 11. .Kiennes Clinton, rector of  St. James, Vancouver, will arrive here  on Tuesday Morning to visit Lodge  Royalty. S. O. E. B. S.. in his oliicial  capacity as District Deputy of British  _ Columbia.     He   will be the .gtipst of  ALL SORTS  All sorbs and conditions of  men rei|iiire all sorts aiul  conditions of medicine. We  have the very best \'ov each  man's need. The weather  neccs.sil.alcs attention to the  health, and many simple  remedies there are which wc  can give you, saving- you,  perhaps, a severe illness.  G. F. CURTIS,  TAYI.OK 11I.OC1C,  The Druggist.  McKenzie Ave  Dr. and Mrs. Carruthers while in town,  David Henderson, a Calgary con  tractor, met with a serious accident  tbis morning. His team ran away  near Nose Creek school house and he  was thrown from the wagon. He was  removed to his house in the city where  hi������ injuries are being attended to.  ��������� Calgary Herald.  Mesit'j. Shannon & Cummins have  issued an edition of their splendid  map of the Lardeau with a strong  hacking of co'.lon and enclosed in a  neat cane. In this shape it is uxtreme  ly bandy for packing round in the  hills, wber������ an ordinary paper map  very quickly becomes a mete tattered  wreck of shreds and patches.  .fno. Hangs of Fire Valley and 1  Ronnie, who is looking over the  ranching and lumbering resources of  1 Iik country were in town yesterday.  They are going on to the Okanagan  but Mr. Bourne's attention has been  attracted to the Rig Rend country,  There is some good land on Downie  creek, along whicli nice open  meadows are found, while the timber  limits of the upper Columbia, are too  well known to require further mention. Mr. Bourne will investigate the  prospects in that section liefore milking up his mind where to locate.  Chas. XV. McCrossan of Minneapolis, announces in tlie Eagle that he  expects to have his 30-ton Bulcan  furnace in operation at Ferguson by  the middle of January. The plant,  costing S.Vi.lXX), i.s to be shipped from  San Francisco on the 20th inst. If  the new process proves a success, as  confidently expected it will, the Nettie  L. ore will be reduced to matte in  Ferguson, instead of awaiting shipment, to the Trail smelter next spring,  or as soon on the A. Si Si. railroad is  under operation. Thc new enterprise  means a boon to Ferguson, which is  already feeling the benefit.  Tlu* usual services will be held iu  St. Peter's church tomorrow, Twenty  third Sunday after Trinity at 11 a. 111.  and l.'.K) p. 111., Rev. C. A. Procttnier  olTicialing.  At a meeting of the Ladies 1 lospital  Aid Association held yesterday afternoon iu the council chamber it was  decided to bold a dance on New Year's  Eve in aid of the. hospital building  fund.  On Wednesday afternoon, while the  inside of the Hi-.iialI) was being run  off, Ancil.Hillier, of the staff, got bis  right hand caught in between the  main wheel and Lhecylinder sustaining  a nasty tear of the skin and flesh on  thc back of the hand. It took seven  stitches lo put the wound in shape.  Dr. Carruthers dressed tlie wound,  and Ancil went muler the operation  without even ilhicliing.  There are many inquiries regarding  the stock of the Northwestern Development Syndicate, who are operating  in the famous gold fields of Fish  River. J. D. Sibbalil, the Revelstoke  agent for the company reports a fair  demand for the stock here. ' From  outside points there is.a brisk demand  and as soon as the 200,000 shares now  on the market are disposed of at 50c.  which will likely all lie gone in a couple  of weeks, the shares will he raited to  SI.00 each.  ;'���������*. Now House nl Klelil llninii*! uiui Two Mils on   Tlilril  F-'Irecl,   ������S������4   Ot\t\ rfSSi  ;!) I'.n-l ol Mackenzie A venue    *JI,OUU ^  (������������������ Good House and Lot Bi l',H|,   lliilliriiinii,   Klectrli- I.I14I1I,   <*_1   RAn (Sffi)  ,*?' Kit*., uu l'ii'M en-out, neur .Miickcn/.lc Avenue    *'|*J"'' ^  ftp/)) Ei������;ht-Roornod House. Slnue I'niindiitifni** inul Two.Lois, uu    (������-4   aaa '(ip)  ii Sceniiil Slrcel, neur Neiv l'o^tcillice���������IkociiI speculation)....   M>lj^WW *=*.  (iP  WJ  *||7 A Larue Modern House,   every   Improvement,    In i;onil lucnlirm, ������t "lie- *S=������''  Hi in! less than actual U11.1t l'lice���������(owner mu-*l .-.ell).  m  m  w  <li  (|������j)  <!������)  (H  H  A Good Farm ncitr Salmon Ann Stiition,���������very cheap.  The  Smelter  Townsite  Is without question the very -best portion of  Revelstoke Citv.  I'or llie balance of lliis year we have niiulo interesting Prices on Lot**  for intending Home lluililers or Speculators.. Call anil satisfy yourself.  We Mean what We Say.  (Sip  <*������  <������>  HI  (||  Real Estate, Insurance & Financial Agents, Revelstoke    (||)  To Mine Owners and Other  10K SALE-Five (j) **econ.l lia-iil Sullivan  Rock Drills. Uie drill hole.*, li_ to :i inehe** in  iliaineter, depth 10 feet, mourned ov screw  columns complete u-iili Hon*, etc. Those drills  are in lirst rate condition and arc situated at  the .Mines of the Toronto*..ill-met Hold Keefs  Conipnnyai. Mllooet. Applv KDGAR BLOOM-  FIELD, Box 7IS, Vancouver, P.. i.\       Nov. S-lt  BABY'S   OWN  1COIJOH SYRUP a  ������E?     , -TECUM.V FOI'. 'IHILUP.KN ������  SKAi-Y TO I.1KC. X&  A.l.ird*.   marvellous   nnd  prompt   Wy  Try a Bottle for 25c. ������  W. Bews.    Phm. B. |������  B ISO WX BLOCK. TEL. 1?..  VS������fc>l.  p Laces and BRAI^s M  Ova1.  ~      #??  i  rfi  I  mi  A lar^e rauj... of Poinl Larn.  Iluvlic*"' and llmti-nliiirK  Hrald", Plain ped I "*-ii;n������,  Mumped I.incu*., Kmhrnldcrv  Necdki. Hook.-*. S.r.  Iterlln anil Zephyr Wool-*, al!  shades, Slipper .-oie.., Valcn-  *-cicn**es Lace, Insertion.  Call at the  MADISON   PARLOUS.  ������  m  *^y*  r4  ^ Misses Shcppard & Oell ^  ^j McKenzie Avenue      oc'-Ti      fc'K  mwMmmmwB  ^S������#������#^#������-ii������#������  GO TO..  Lauder's Bakery  For everything Fresli and Xcw  FltUIT  CAKE        MADK1KA CAKE  Sl'O.NGB CAKE     SCOTCK CAKE.  LADY FINCERfj    J1ARCAKOONS  CURKAKT WINS IHNNEIt ItOI.LS  f'L'FF I'ARTI'.Y      1'IEK.  TA KTLKTS HUSKS for i n fan ts  OUR SPECIALTY:  NOW is tlie time to make I  Your Slovc Purchases.  We liave a  Splendid Line of  km STOVES  AT RIGHT PRICES.  A full  Line of  Tliere are three things which astonish those unacquainted with our sto-v-k of UP-TO-DATE  DRESSGOODS.  QUALITY I  BEAUTY!        PRICES  !  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 thc C. P. R.  shops.  Our MEN'S FURNISHINGS are complete and  up-to-date.  Oar BOOTS AND SHOES are well sold and  sold right.  Pick out any and every arLicle you admire or  desire in our Store and" you'll be surprised and  gratified to le:irn the pries'���������-No shelf-worn, shopworn, left-overs. All Njw, all Stylish, all or  Gjd:1 Quality, at  TAYLOR & GEORGE'S  Wake Up  AND  SKR TIIK IJAUOAIXS AT  GUY I!AHUHlt'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1S4* Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH RIEPAIKINQ  .SI  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  *       7   ���������.-   '-A-G-IEIKr I1   JTOE.  RFAT   FSTATP !'������������������''��������� '*��������� tou-xsite,  Cl W A lyn A"T     <. Canada IVriniiiieiil ,t U'cslcrn  rlhn.nLlAL-5        Unniulii MnrtBimi. CnriMimiion.  t l*.f]iiiiii!jle '.'avinys Loan and lliillilin^ AiKiMilntinn.  TMQTTI>AWrt<   f        C Imperial Fire.      C'liiirdinn Fire.      Jlereanlile Flre.  i.noUI\i\.11LE   I       <i:aiiadiaii Fire.      Iliiiuiloiiinu Fire.  ( lliuilcdcrniian Life.      Alius Fire.  COAL FOR S.-VLR, .HOGKKS KOU SAM-:.AND HUNT.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ^JJiS2*-*Revelstoke Station.  i   ��������� %'       V  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  t  fr  fr  fr  fr  if  THE   ^EJIrLFEiaT   3DK.3I3SS -asas^  Many men have -many  minds in the matter of dress  ���������but the dictates ofiashibn  must be considered.  We make thc clothes you  want, correct in style, "ofthe  .best material, and in a faultless manner.  There's real distinctiveness in the garments we  make.  Our stock is thc largest  and best assorted in the city  #Y03r P't-���������*** solicited   jr.    33.   G3^ESS2^^.3ST , ;  W Ihc..Art lailor,  Mackenzie Ave.  (^  ^)  ���������Hi  Celebrated  Palmist .   .  n!^?.'iNV,|''^'',1!1IT!!Si',"\'l.''!l'v^r 1>,ll,������.ist !s well known in many of the larjro cities in  a I Km V |.i,������ ' ,T "' '? T "' " ^'f*1' "l "-' ''*-������t������il Hotel. Sl.o liis J, it  ! l,,i. i i ,*,, ",V:'' ul,lei,u *';,1U I'i" met wilh wondcrliil success durinir the iiist  iiu.ntli.   lillh.u will ri'inilii.lii llcvel-itoke a few davs onlv.   Do not ileliiv ���������  Hardware and Paints  arc also  in stock.  of Groceries  Are, as Usual, Fresh and CompieiE.  rp^���������������*;**���������"*' ~������������������������������������imri  niKK i:rs mi*:i*:ts all tiiaiss.  KlllVr <'I..\.*-V   AH (IMJlllDA'I'IUN.  IIHATKI)  HV   llll'l'  ami.  IllCAKflNAllLI*;   l(ATI*>l.  Hotel Victoria  Brown & Guerin, Props.  RLECTRfC llEiA* ASl) LIGHT IN MVIillY ROOM.  IfOtrRLV STKKET CAU  JfEETSJ ALL TRAIN--L  ISAIt  WKI.I. .St.'l'I'LIKII   l������V  T ;e  CIKilL'HST  WISKH,   Ll'f.UullH  A.VIl  CltiAKH    '   FURNITURE!!   1  HLLNPS, (jITftTAIN POLKS. TRLMMINOS, PIUTUKK MOULDS.  Ktc. f;iiliini*t. Mnkinjc. Uhfilstciiiiff. FJicLni'u Friiiiiiiifr, PiilUIiitiir,  itrifl nil kinds ol" icpiiii'woi'k.  UNDERTAKING.  Collins irmdi* nt n few hours' notice.    Finished in either "Wnlnuf  Cherry.   Mlnrk (JlnMi nr Polished Onk, nt KASTrOUN PKIOKS.  ���������MTTHKISR VKAKS KXPERtKNCE AT TUB BUSINESS.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  DUCA  |     Tlie most succosslul Palmist of llie day.      Palmistry is a science   as   old  niriE.VS  ���������     ni the world Itself.   It Is reeo rnized  as an intere.tinK and instructive  t-l'idy l.y tlie greatest fc'iolars.     It lias notliinj* ivliatcver in common with the fortun  telliiiR.  The urcatist exponent of the fasc!natln*j art that ever visited the Pacific Coast is  Inlc-cstlnp all < luiesin her wonderful power. She possesses great native ability aud  has made the science a study since childhood. Tn-dav she is recognized everywhere as  thc great pri-nius in her work. As an author and lecturer on the subject her fame Is  v, Idesprcad.   To her your hand is an Open book.  Iteadi your character, telling you vour faultsand virtues, tells you what business or  p-o.e-.slon yon will be most successful in, the IchkIIi of vour life and the condition of  your health, whether you will have fortunate changes or not. or if yow will travel,  ill" number of love affairs and marriages and exact dates of nl: Important events of  yon: life.  COMMENCES TUESDAY  AT THE PARLORS OF THE CENTRAL HOTEL.  >i  *1  !  <;  )n  \T  ���������7  UtitinlQxt. ja.tof p.m.  Foe SI.  Roading- with Chart ������2.

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