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Array fi  W\HMrfr&  tf      $jLy&Ul4M\  \J.{4M\  Vol    V.  Mo 9H  REVELSTOKE B.C.   SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER 23, 1901,  $2 OO a Year in Advance  unsam&fr&A a -4-tf-a ^j^'cvi^y-j*^^'**^*^  The large**! and most coni]ilele  slock  in   Kootenay.  THR MALTKSI*; BRAND. Hip  anil Knee Loots, also Laced and  1 and 2 Hut-kit" Lumbermen's  Snag Proof Boots. These particular-lines ol" Rubber floods  are guaranteed by us.  Ladies", Gent's antl Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  and  A large importation and a complete assortment of SLA'J'ISll'.S  famous Hooks and Shoes; King's  and Hell's Hoots aud Shoes,  AYeslo'n's Youths' and Children's Hoots and Shoes. The  above are Lhe very best boot  and Shoe uianufactuiers in  Canada a ml lhe goods are  warranted Llie besl ou the  market.  CARPETS,  RXJG-S,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECTAL HEDUCTICN for  this month in CARPETS ANC KUCS  ���������Beautiful selections���������choice  Patterns.  The Linoleums are "directly im-  ������������������    ported,   and   are    first-class   in  every respect. *     -���������  sentence**:, langing from a monlh to  two yea: a and condemning the  prisoners to chains.  Tabloid Telegrams  Col.   Lynch,   iormerly  in  the  Hoer  ai iny iu South Africa, won the election  iu C.tl'.v.iy yesterday by a vote or 12*17  l.t-i'S.! for Piunkclt.  ll is held !y the Supreme Couil of  lhe State of New York that the anti-  scalping law is an infringnieut of the  constitution as Lhe law is an  infriugmi'iit of Ihe const ilutional  rights of the citizens of the sttite.  Flannel and  Flannelettes  i        / '  Onr stock of Flannel and Flau-  ��������� nellettes for this Fall were the  Best ever put  on the market  here and met with a ready sale.  their catechism and   prayers   in German, at Wrxyiisi.i.    Their parents and  relations     violently     denounced   the  j authorities   and   nearly   produced    a    ' riot.     Many persons were arrested for  Another Boer Conspiracy Nipped j ������������������"���������'������������������t-������K ������������������><������������������ Kovernment officials and  _    . _  , , ��������� imprisoned.     The   Polish newspapers  in the Bud at Jonannesburg"��������� j  Government    Oppression'     in'  Prussian Poland.  Skattm*:, Nov. 211.���������Tlie jury in tliu  ease of .John Considine, accused ofthe  murder of Chief Police Meredith.-it  Seattle returned a verdict of .'ic<|iiiili'.l.  J5i;Kl**AU), Nov. '2\(.���������Twenty-two  cases of small pox have developed iu  HnlVulo during the last ion days,  prineip illy am nig the Pole?.  Atiik.vh, Nov.' 2,'i.���������Ait agitation  against the proposal Lo translate llie  gospels into modern Greek has continued here since .Monday. The  demonstration was organized by the  I students, i SUO Murines were landed to  patrol the city, several collisions  occurred and occasional shots were  fired.    Great exciLoinent prevails.  Ottawa, Nov. 2:->\��������� lt is tlie general  opinion in Ottawa that a contingent  will be sent to South Africa wil h Col.  T. li. D. Evans in command. The  militia department aie preparing to  outfit COO men, mostly from the west,  preference being given to those who  already served.  TouoN-'i'o, Nov. 211.���������The Toronto  piano workers have petitioned their  employers for a nine hour work day  and a uniform scale of wages.  Panama, Nov. 23.���������President Castro  of Venezuela, has arrested Minister of  "Wai* Guerra and several partisans because of a plot to depose thc president.  London, Nov. 23.���������By decision of  the privy council of England tbe  liquor license act of Manitoba, is held  to be within the rights of tho Manitoba  legislature.  Liverpool, Nov. 23.���������The bank of  Liverpool has been victimized by one  of its book" keepers to _ the tune of  ijiSoOJOOO., ..The,, bank's shares fell one.  pound on the stock'market in couf  sequence.      -  Denver, Nov. 23.���������Dr. Ditane, professor of physics at the State University of Colorado, has,, patented an  invention whereby 18 circuits can be  woi'ked oil the same wire at the  same  and  We have just received a new  lino of lhe above articles and  placed them for sale. Special  Bargains in AVI UTE "WOOL  Blankets. "    '  Goods  A Uuique Accident.  Railway men are discussing a most  remarkable accident to the. fast freight  wliich left Moncton for Mo'nti-eal  a lion I noon yesterday. The accident  was most unique in the experience of  railway mishaps, and the escape from  a serious smash-up was nothing short  of a miracle. "When about two miles  out of Lite city, and when the train  had just begun lo get up speed after  climbing over the heavy grade, a box  c.-.r about tho middle of the train left  thc rails and was thrown clear of the  track down lhe dump, out of the w:_y  01 tho- cars behind- The accident  caused very little jar to the train, and  had it not been for the breaking of  the connection between the engine  aud the van. it was possible thai the  car would never have been missed.  It appears that a broken wheel on the  car IhrowiiTroni the train, was the  cause of the accident. No damage  was dime to the roadb*.-d, and three  slightly damaged oil boxes were the  only marks carried by "the other cars,  as'the result of the car left lying on  the side of tlie dump. Strange to say,  the car itself was very little' damaged,  and ils cargo was largely of ��������� goods of  au unbreakable nature, little or no  barm wassustaiued in that connection.  Needless to say," the loss ot a car in  -such a remarkable manner, delayed  the freight, which backed .into,,", town',;  nnd-ii .little "later took' ~;t fresh "start.  The atixiliavycar was sent out in the  afternoon, after the fractious car.  The car, it may be explained, was  equipped with the Proyan ^ coupler,  -whicli accounted for it being thrown  free of tiie ears behind it, without  i'urther damage.���������Moncton Times  Nov. lith.  We aie showing a . p'.cudid line  of Table -Cloths���������blenched unbleached.' coloi ed.' Towellings,  Ji'^i'^^C^JJcK'^Siie^JiiK^^iJlU  wiTlths-.  t*J    o ������  Glove  Gloves SH  .fust received an assorted shipment, of Ladies' Kill'Gloves  imported from Frace.  A Complete Lino  of Groceries  As usual, our stock of Groceries  aril the very best obtainable in  the market sol" the world. Every  article Fresh. Purchased in  carload lots regularly every  monlh.  Gent's'  Furnishings  Om* 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  While and Colored, Collars,  Cults, Underwear, Imported  Goods, Hosiery, etc., and we  specially call your attention to  our TmportedUnderclothing.  oruel cars  Brakeman Hutson Cut in Pieces  in the Winnipeg Yard  While  Helping to Make up a Freight  * Train  At aboul In, ni. last Sunday morning Charles ] I ul son, C. P. It. Iii'.tke-  iiiiiu, *wbo had just come iu Lo  Winnipeg on one lreighl train, was  preparing Lo go oul on the east lioutul  freight. His train was making up in  the yards preparatory lo pulling out.  It .seems that IIulMir. wns fixing Ihe  knuckle of lhu coupling hei ween Lhe  main body of lhe train nnd' the fourth  car fiom lhe end. Ile must have  succeeded in coupling the cai> nnd  then fallen between Ihem, Conductor  Wallace, thinking all wns well, .signal-  eel to go ahead, when the three cms  and the caboose passed over lhe  prostrate body of young Ifulson. The  train pulled abend but a short, distance  when it slopped. Conductor Wallace.  in * making n final lour of inspection  over the cars, 1 cached ilia caboose  from where, ti little distance away,  lying between the rails, he saw the  mangled form of his brakeinan.  Hushing to the spol, he found a  horrible sight. Lying between the  rails, his uniform splattered with bio  life's blood, was tiie young -man who  a few short minutes befoi e bad been  aliye and well. The body was absolutely unrecognizable. The head  was cut oil"from the mouth, and Ihe  thejskull wa.s crushed lo a pulp. The  right arm was completely severed, and  t,he fingers of the left hand had been  cntfoft". The right leg was also completely severed, and the left foot and  ankle were"- horribly crushed. Tbe  trunk of the body was contracted as  if l^ie young man bad made'a, despei-  ale; effort, lo draw his entire body  between the rails. Death was, in ali  probability, instantaneous.  Horrified at tht terrible scene, the  conductor "called for help. " The- undertaker was summoned aim on his  arrival the mangled form was 'laid in a  rig mid removed.  1 &Q'S, Hutson, the mother of tlio  decgased is a widow, wilh a grown up  fniiilly of two sons and three daughters  the**-*-victim."of"*' yesterday's" "accident  being lhe_younge.r of . thu two boys.  Alex. Hutson,, his" brother, is also a  brakeinan and spare conductor on the  C. P.-R. _  Clinrles Hutson was an acl i ve member of Llie Winnipeg National baseball  club, and'played third base for that  club last season.  The City Council  Mel on Friday night, present the  .Mayor, Aid. Taylor, Abrnluimson and  Bourne.  uo 11IIISSI 'ON MSNC'L*:  Supt. Kilpatrick wrote that llie  lii.ht at tiie back of the station asked  for in a communication of Nov. lllh  had been put on October loth, lyled.  Chief Main reported lire at iilack-  lierg's last -*5alimluy and that the lire  alarm proved unworkable. He tailed  .illenlion to Lhe necessity for belt  axes and hook lntldets, saying lhat  the axes would have been of especial  11-0 at Lhis flre, as holes had lo lie cul  in lhe  roof.  I'li'i'rrio.vs  A petilii.u was introduced asking the  council lo introduce a bylaw to horrow  $15,1)00 Io purchase Block 52, (.**i2,000).  erect a lii't.'!:nll ($3,000) and purchase  lite equipment, $1,000.  Another was rend asking for a   light  al the inlcrset lion of Gaiden   Avenue  and Government road.    Granted.  r.Kl-oins  Aid. T.iylor reported that teams bad  been at work gravelling the streets as  ordered since Monday and he thought  that quite a bit of money had been  spent* and asked what the council  Lliought about going on with the  woi k.  ll was considered advisable to finish  the job up at the smallest expenditure  possible.  l-.Yi.AWS  Aid. Abrahanison gave notice that  at the next meeting he would introduce a bylaw Lo raise $G,()00 by  debentures for Lhe purchase of Block  52 and the erection of aj central fire  hall.  A letter wns read from A. Williamson on beh-df of the Illecillewaet  settlers asking that the piece of road  between the end of Fourth street and  lhe end of the new Government road  to the settlement, he fixed so as to hn  passible for wagons.  Mr, Williamson was introduced .tnd  spoke on tbe matter, asking the ^council to do the work, wliich could not bo  a veiy big expense'and would be of  great convenience to the settlers.  Aid.' Abrahamson said -something  should bo done about getting a crossing  at Fourlh street, while the council  wore about il. "     -���������  -.-.-���������' ���������  .^Mji'.j^WJ'Jiju.isprC^ said-'ii.'*"crossing"  would have been put. in by the'company, hut for I lie -sirike, and he did*  not think there would be any difficulty  on lhat score.  Tho ,i|iieslion was * referred to the  public works committee. *    ���������  The city clerk was instructed to have  a light put in opposite li Samson's al  lhe corner ol* the road lo the rink.  The council then adjourned.  TIES-  XVe arc showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  C.B.HUME&C0.  Agents for Giant Powder Co  and Bennett Fuse.  time.  Huntint.tdon; West Va., Nov. 23.���������  Armour & Co.'s packing house heie  was totally destroyed by fire yesterday  and the Cheapside and Ohio railway  with 20 box cars was badly damaged.  Toronto, Nov. 23.���������Thirty thousand  children in the Toronto schools will be  without schools unless money is  supplied to the scliool board hefoie  December 1st, when they will close the  schools.  Los Anoki.os, Nov. 2*'!.���������Conductor  lliggins. . the eighth victim of the  Santa Fee wreck in Arizona, died  yesterday at Los Angelos. Tt is esti  mated lliat the.company loses !32.")0,000  through the accident.  New Yokic. Nov. 23.���������The heirs of  the late Cornelius Vanderbilt will have  lo pay an inheritance lax ef $3C1,S03.*13  to the United Slates government.  They have already paid $5211.008 to t Instate of New York:  LoiciJO.v, Nov. '������!.���������Tt is lep'orled  from South Africa that Gen. Aiifrie.-  Cronje, brother of"the famous Hoer  general who is now it prisoner in Si.  Helena, is recruiting burghers to fight  for the Brilish.  Halifax, N. S. Nov. 23.���������-Appli*:."-  tion has heen'tnadc to the Dominion  government Tor the incorporation of a  company to build a bridge across the  straits of Canso, to cost in the vicinity  of four million dollars.  JoHANNESliunc," Nov. 23.���������Another  Boer conspiracy has been nipped in  tlie hud. Twenty arrests were made  at midnight on Tuesday in houses in  various parts of the .city and t>. great  sensation followed.  . Manilla, lsTov. 23.���������Smallpox is  raging in the southern Islands of the  Archipelhigo, The Philippine commission is preparing an act to compel  every hody to he vaccinated.  Tellukidis, Col. Nov., 23���������Twenty-  five hodies*liave been recovered from  the Baby Mine here as a result of the  recent flre.  "Waiibaw,  Nov.   23.���������Shocking   accounts are reported of  the   wholesale  flogging of PolUh children by Prussian  I school masters for  refus'ug  to  learn  |p������*Xs*S������������jXS������(^^ ,  ������  AROUND THE  iers"  IN  DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,  MEN'S FURNISHINGS.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  The alternate C. P. 11. lake and rail  route east closed for freight today,  Nuls Anderson's gang h ive been  busy this week laying some I roll  track iu the yard.  It. W. Piilmore, of Golden, has  entered lhe tvi vice oi ', he maintenance  of way depai tiuent.  Frank D. Moore, for many years  purser 011 the C. P. K. river steameis  in Kooienay. has resigned and left for  the coast.  IC. .). C'oyle, a.s.-iisl.inL general passenger agent of the C. P. il.. was in  Winnipeg Tuesday .u;������_*nding the  wedding of his sister.  The pastor of a church in West  Liberty, Ohio, recently resigned his  position lo take a job a:s fireman on  the Pennsylvania road.  Daniel -Mackenzie, an Intercolonial  railway conductor. was . itislanlly  killed at West river on Saturday while  attempting to board a train.  About Ti) laborers have been recently broughl lo field from* Winnipeg/  to work on the Stewart contract on.  the seven mile cut off at Field.  The eastern railway presidents have  adopted the lesolution of the Trunk  Line Association, doing away with all  complimentary exchange passes.    ., ���������  XV. O. Nugent, of Liie C. P. Ii. shops,  had his linger so badly ��������� smashed  yestPiday morning by a blow from a  hammer that amputation was found  necessary. ,  B. AV. (Jicer, Assist. Gen. lrreiglt  Agent, with headquarters'at -Vancouver, was in town pn Thursday, investigating freight conditions witli bur  leading merchants..  Tile C. P. Ii.; are   busy   roofing the  "addition,  to'    the     round   house- at  Calgary." 'The roofing consists of steel..  irgii_.-nn.dj_ioncL*etei;^,whicliJi"ihiskes^ib ','"  perfectly fire proof. . -��������� ������������������ '. ' '  ���������"'*.*     ' ' *  Geo.' A. Matheson of tlie C. P. IL -  freight department, New "Westminster,, was married on "Wednesday last  to Jliss Margaret McTavish, by. Bev.  It. King of West Presbyterian church.  New. Westminster.  Frank Edward Tebo. C. P. Si. agent  at Cascade City, was married Monday ,.  afternoon,to Miss Bethama JCearnan.  of Sinicoe county, Ontario. The ceremony .took lilace at the residence of  XV. Ij. Tebo ot thc C. P. R. telegraph  service in Nelson, a brother of the  jrooin, and was performed by Rev. J.  TI. White.  HERE are few home wants that caip"--  ____np_tJic_supplied_at-.this-Storc.-^���������This-  parLicularly applies lo the above sections.  Try us and see for yourself how completely wc have anticipated your needs...  When you come you will be surprised  at the wealth of choice our widely  assorted slock affords, and your surprise  will rise lo perfect amazement as you  -behold the beauty of design and finish,  and note thc worthiness of the immense  quantity of goods we , place before you.  If you are a judge of values there will  be much satisfaction in reviewing our  prices.  EVERYTHING  MARKED IN it  PLAIN FIGURES.  Your  verdict must   be that  everything  is a monev-savcr.  wwnprp  HIS   STORE    HAS    BARGAINS  Six    Days    in   the    week-.       Our  Hat-gains are Seasonable and in every  case up-to-date. You will lind economics in all the Departments. Supposing il is Hoots and Shoes, Clothing,  Dry Goods or Gent's Furnishings,  ���������in facl these lines are all sold to you  at our Dry Goods  Prices.  Our Store on  MacKenzle Ave.  Asbestos Worth Watching'. .-  There is a remarkable rise in the  price of asbestos, and Ihere is, says  the Mining and Engineering lteview,  of S.m Francisco, no immediate prospect of reduction': The demand is  increasing and last year some -10 or 50  per.cenl. more asbestos was used for  inanuf.ictui-ii]_r purposes than in 1S90.  ���������Prof.peutois-slKinid-bu-an-thp-lnnko'nir-  for asbestos deposits of a commercial  quality. Here is another opening for  one of those interesting little leaflets  for the information of miners, which  the department of mines does not  publish. And here right '.mder the  editorial nose it* a pamphlet of nearly  50 pages from the Federal dep.ntmenU  of ^agriculture telling the farmers ofv  Canada everything ^that can be and  ought to he known about "Soft Pork.  Ils Character and Causes." lt is .-1  masierly and exhau.itivu piodticlion.  which will be perused wilh thrill.nv;  interest in the counties of Grey anil  Bruce, but what we are doubled with  in Kooienay is not Soft Pork at.  Ottawa bnt Soft Meads in another  Canadian capital.  The Stampede to Horsefly.  Inquiries are pouring in ' lo the  department of inine.i at, Victoria ft om  all patts of Canada for information on  the placer giounds on the* upper  sections of the Iloiseliy. The indications are lhat tliere will lie a rush to'  tbe district next spring which will le* a  revival of the old Cariboo days. Tlie  business men of Kevelstoke can get  lheir shaie ot tradu of the stampede if  lhey only get a move on at once. We  can get.an impetus given 10 Bevelstoke and tiie whole district' or North.  Kootenay, for which under ordinary  i-ircimi.-t.-inres, ive might have to w.ift  forveais. lt, is a chance for a start  for steambo.iL liavigaLion on the upper  river, which onlv foi tune itself could  have thrown in our way. The ball is  tight iu our hands, if'we only take  advantage of our oppoi ttinily. *  MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.  ������������.������^iP������������.Ma������_������j������.li.������.������^  Blue Jay.  The shaft on thp Bine Jay is now  down about 112 feet and will" be sunk  another 73 feet, though it N thought ii  is ;down to bedrock already. The  machinery put in this summer is  woiking well and the prospects are  for a i-iic-cessful winter's operations cn  the propei I y. ^dsi^t T^ttM and ijaifoiis  %tn'$ Journal,  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  .Managing Director.  A Semi-Week lv Journal jnibllslietl In the  Intercuts of the railwav men. mining men ami  hm-lness men of the West. Hays of Publication  We.l neaday and Satuiday.  ADVKR1ISIN0 S1T13.  Display iuls��������� ?l..r*0 per inch; single column,  ti per ineh when inserted on title page  Legal nils., 10 eents per ineli (nonpariel) Hue  lor Unit Insertion; 5eeiu.i for each additional  Insertion. Local nolicc*. 10 cents per tine eneli  issue. Birth, Marriage anil Death Notice*!  tree.  Jl'BSCHlnlON  HATES.  By mall or currier, J'- per annum; fi._!."> for  tix months, strictly in advance.  OCK .IOB DEPARTMENT.  Is one of thc best equipped printing oflices in  tlie West anil prepared lo execute all kinds of  printing fn llr.stclass style at honest prices.  One price to all. No job too large���������none too  kinall���������for us. Mall orders promptly attended  lo.   Hive us atrial on yourne.il order.  TO COltKESrONDKXTS.  We invite correspondence on nny subject  ol Interest to the general public. In all cases  tlie bona tide name of llie writer in mm accompany manuscript, but not necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications lo the Manager.  NOTICK TO COIll'.Bsro.S'PB.ST.S.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   be   legibly  written ou one aide of the paper only.  'J.���������Correspondence    containing      personal  mailer must be signed with the proper name  ofthe writer,  tt. -.GKOGA.N, Kditor.  Saturday, Novemiieu 23, 1001.  A   GREAT     OPPORTUNITY.  Below   will   lie  found   the full text  of Mr.   Andrews   open   letter    to the  leader of the Conservative parly.    His  opinions  will   he endorsed   by   overy  progressive and   thinking   man in the  parly.     The   present, attitude of tlie  opposition leaders   is  not   only   most  Unsatisfactory to the rank and  Hie   of  the party.     It   is   quite incompatible  with the duty   which,   as   Canadians,  they owe to the country.   The colossal  financial movements, which since   the  hegiuning of the year have taken place  in the United States, have altered   the  wlioU face of the   political   aspect in  hoth that country and our   own.     Of  the critical   nature  of'the   times the  Laurier  government  appears   to   be  serenely unconscious.     It  is to their  interest that  inconvenient  questions  ahould be let Ho.     But Canada cannot  afford   to   let   them   lie   to  suit   the  convenience of   the   Laurier  government.     And   it   is   the   duty   of the  opposit'on to aee that   they  are   not  allowed to lie.    A programme is needed, a live programme taken   from the  Idea*, which are smouldering   in   thc  hearts of the people, ready to take fire  at the first touch   of  a  real leader of  genuis,    Let the history of the past be  taken  for  granted.       Let  the   dead  issues bury their dead.     "We want no  more of them.     Canada is today con  fronted   with   problems   compared to  which   the  difficulties   of   her    past  history sink into insignificance.   Now,  if the Conservative party ia   worth its  - salt, iu the chance for  it   to strike in.  The   Liberals   dare   not,   the    Labor  party is not ready, the stage  is clear.  The one thing needful is the man.  Mine Owners to Meet ,  o  The Rossland Miner of Saturday  gave    publicity    to    the    following  ^significant circiilar,_which_h:is_been_  circulated among the silver-lead mine  owners of Kootenay. The signatures  i-eptesent the St. Eugene Consolidated  ���������and the London & B. C. Goldfields,  two of the strongest companies  operating silver lead properties in the  district. The document runs as follows :  N-i-Uon. B. C, Nov. Ulh. Ifi.M.  As you are aware, the Dominion  government last spring granted a  bounty for the production of pig lead,  smelted and refined in Canada.  It was, expected that this would have  resulted in the establishment of a refinery and <-������nstt<| nen tiy in better  prices to the silver-lend mine owners.  by reason of lower treatment charges  and un imsured market for thnir  product*  Unfortunately .such results have not  lieen attained, although ������trenuou.s  efforts have been made.  It is deemed advisable, therefore, to  call a meeting of representatives of all  silver lead mines in British Columbia  forth* purpose of fully considering  the whole question and taking such  a*ction as will further anil protect the  interests of all concerned.  A definite plan of action will bo laid  before such meeting.  Vou are requested to attend a meeting of representatives of hi Iver lead  mines in British Columbia to be held  at the office of the London and B. C.  Goldfields in Nelson, B. C, on Wednesday, tha 4th day of December, 1001,  at 8 o'clock p. in.   (Signed)  J. Roderick Rorkrtso.v,  J. <;. Diwvky,  Andrews   of Winnipeg Advises  the   Conservative   Leader   to  Formulate a   Fighting   Platform        With      Government  Ownership and  Direct  Legislature as its two Main Planks.  Winnipeg, Oct. 1*1, 1001.  lt. L, Morden, Esq.. Leader of His Majesty's ltoyal Opposition:  Dear Sir :     This writer presumes to  addres a few lines to you in   the   hope  that at least they  may   provoke some  useful disciwsiou I'tinci'i'iiiiiK   thu present position oi-f-iipifd by tiie   Liberal  Conservative parlv and its pro!>'iamnie  for the future,and Unit, sui'li discussion  may possibly lead to the adoption   by  the party of a   vigorou-.   I'liinpaiifii of  constructive reform measures without,  which   no   parly   can   ever   hope   lo  obtain the   eiintiilenre ol    the   people  und   attain   power   unless   tliey    are  content   to   rcmaii*   inactive   till the  party in power shall fall   lo   pieces   of  its own corruption and decay.  The suggestions herein oll'ered an*  advanced with strong convictions of  their soundness and wilh a firm belief that thousands ol* patriot ic  Canadians who have been heretofore  identified with both political parties  are eagerly looking for tlio reconstruction of the Liberal-Conservative  party on such broad lines, and witli  such sound and advanced principles  us will justify an enthusiastic support  compatible with their duly as honest  citizens.  The measures oll'ered for discussion  are not intended as embracing every  possible reform or a.s a panacea for  every ill, but as a few definite aims at  specific results of great immediate and  lasting benefit to the. country.  Those views, it is subniilled, in.itead  of being a departure Irom tbe policy  of the party in the. past are a legitimate and natural growth.  They have been considered socialistic  lint it must lie. remembered that the  same objection has been olVered to all  great measures- of reform in the past.  Before discussion plans for the future, it might not be amiss lo consider  briefly our present attitttde toward  the Liberal party.  Some time ago lhc writer addressed  lo the Winnipeg Tribune, a letter  offering a prize of ijillJO lo any one who  would name any one fundamental  difference in principle between the  two great parlies in Canada. The  letter was, through the courtesy ofthe  Canadian press, given a very wide  circulation, and resulted in the receipt  by tlie Tribune ami the writer, of very  many.answers, many of which were  facetious and almost all candidly  admitted that tliere was loday practically no difference in policy between  the parties-. A few attempts seriously  to assert that differences did exist,  but they were for the most part  expressions of the writers' preferences  for one or the other parly. One said:  "Thc Liberals are false to true principles and tlie Conservatives true to  false principles,'' and other very  interesting comparisons were made,  but no one lias succeeded in demonstrating that there exists any real  difference between thc parties on any  vital question.  From the replies I received, and  from the editorials and othercomnient  the subject has received, it will probably be admibted that both parties  today are in accord on most public  issues, if tbe Liberals are to be judged  by their acts rather than their words.  If this be the case, is not the Liberal-  Conservative parcy logically called  upon to follow one of two courses?  If they are in sympathy and accord  with the government, to give them  their support and go out of business  as an opposition '' Or, if not in accord  with-that-jjfii-lyr^ivlias-j���������leader-^fiods  himself in the happy position of "a  reformer without anything to reform,'"  to'bestir themselves and become what  the .Liberal-Conservative party has  always claimed to be. "the real party  of reform'' ?  ft i.s useless for us to cry any longer,  "Stop thief! You have stolen our  clothes.'' If they have misappropriated the policy they so vehemently condemned, their title has been quieted  by "the great, court of appeals���������the  vote of the people.  It is ju-,1 H-> futile .to inflate our  chest, and talk iu .itiidenl tones of  the greatness of the Liberal-Conservative party, its glorious pH.st. its  great men and what they have achieved for our country. XX'e. have a just  right to be proud of the history of the  l.ibcral-Crinservative pm-tv in many  respects, but t'nis i--' not enough for  times like these. ���������'The. Old Man,"*  unfortunately, ha.s gone loan honored  grave. "Tha Old Flag" is ;is muclithe  flag of the Liberals as tho Conservatives, and "The Old Party" must  hnve new life and fresh vigor if it is  to become auain the controller of  Canada's destinies. We must look  forward, not backwards. f������ there  need for a party opposed to the  Ottawa government/ Kniphatieally  yes. The Liberals of today seem to  have assimilated more easily and  quicker tbo vices than the virtues of  their predecessors. There is not one  of the great political crimes they condemned in their opponents but they  havc'cominittced in a greater degree.  Liberal-Conservatives wliw are sincere will admit that during their long  term of office, some barnacles had  grown on the ship of state, and they  were not really sorry to have the  Lilierals come in and have an oppor  tunity of having   a   general   cleaning  ann  IS IN THE HEART OF  THE GREAT FREE  GOLD  CAMP  ON   FISH  RIVER.  ONLY FOUR MILES FROM  NAVIGABLE WATERS  Two and One-Half Hours take you to thc Main Line of the Canadian Pacific Railway.  A place of. Grcal Business Possibilities.  Now is thc time to make your choice of Lots.  CAMBORNE will be an important place on the Arrowhead and Kootenay Railway Line as it istributary to Pool Creek  which ha.s large numbers of Mineral Properties under diflerent stages of development. The properties now being opened  up " The Imperial Development .Syndicate " and the Northwestern Development Syndicate are almost at its door, besides  Free Cold Propositions, Lead, Silver and Copper Properties are within four miles.  JOHN D. SIBBALD,  Agent.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches  We have thc name of making  the only Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for durability and <jualily  they also exeel.   TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To .I.S. I'altei-son mul nil others claiming  through liiin anv interest lu llie claims  hcrciiiultcr iiiciiiioncil :  Undor (lip Milium! Act, 1SU7, mul nmondnieiils  thereto:  XOTICE IS 111*: I'BUY CIVKN Hint wc, V.  Mcllarty and II. .1. liuimio have performed nil  llie iissti.ssmi.nt work nn tlie lrulrvio\v. Ilelcher  Arabian, Victoria IV, Maple Leaf, Sliamrool;  ilihI Mtiiiiiuoili minernl fliiiins situate in  Clroniiil Ho*.' I.iisin. in the ituvclsliiko Mining  Illvlsioti of West K'ooteiiuv, located in August  ISOil unil worded nl "evelstoke on the llnl  September, lMW, nnd Hint .I.S. I'nllerson, the  reeonleil owner of an interest in the snhl  mineral elalui.s ha*, neglected to do or pay for  his share of tlie nsscsMiient work for the year.*.  lS'.H), l'.iUU ami I'.Kil.aiHl that utiles-*snid charts  are not. paid vvilhin ninclyilays from the lirsl  publication of nils notice, we shall -proceed lo  record saitl delinquent interest as provided bv  Section I] of the Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1000.  Fit HIS   IIUS  MHKTK  A 1.1. THA INS.  1'IIIST  (.XAS.S   ACCOMMODATION.  llllATlil.l   IIV   IK IT AIII.  HliASO.S-AHI.lO   KATlCil.  Hotel Victoria  __>*^a_____*>  n the County Court of Kootenay Holden  at Fort Steele :���������  NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN tlint on the 17th  day of October, l'JOl, it was ordered by His  Honour J. A. Forin, Ksq., of the snid Court,  tlint James Ferguson Armstrong, Oliicial  Administrator oi'the County o[ Kootenay, he  administrator of all and singular the Estate of  William E. Ross, of Ferguson, B. C, deceased,  interstate.  Every person indebted to the snid deceased  is required to make payment forthwith to the  undersigned. '*  Every person having In possession* effects  belonging to the deceased is required forthwith to notify the undersigned.  Every creditor, or other person, having any  claim upon or interest In the distribution of  the per.sonnl estate of the snid deeensed is required within thirty dnys of this date to send  hy registered letter addressed lo the undersigned, his name und address, and thc full  particulars of his claim or interest, and a  statement of his account, and thc nature ol the  security,(it any) held by him.  After the expiration of the said thirty dnys  the Adininlstriitor will proceed with the distribution ofthe estate, having regard to those  claims only of wliich he shall have had notice  Dated at Fort Steele this 17th day of October.  1001. '    _,  JAMES FERCUS0H ARMSTR0NC,  Oct. Si-td. Otllcial Administrator.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To Richard Mcdiarmid.  Under Mineral Act 1S97 and amendments  thereto, notice is hereby given lhat we. Louise  1-eonline Graham and tins I.und. have performed all the assessment work on the "Golden  Easlc" mineral claim, situated on the divide  between French and McCullock Creeks, nt the  head of Ground Hog Basin In tlie Big Bend  District of West Kootenav, located 16th September, ISM and recorded 21 September, 18'JO  and that Richard .MeDiarmld the recorded  owner of one-half linierest in said mineral  claim has neglected to do his share ol the  work or to pav for same for the years 1S98,18119.  1S0O and 1901." Notice is hereby given to the  said ,Plchard MeDiarmld that unless said  charges are paid within ninety days of the  first publication of this notice wc shall proceed  _to_rf!COr_l_'!������['_LdelmTieiit_tiiterest_as_provided  br section 11 of the "Mineral Act Amendment  Act. 1������X>."  Dated at  P.evelstoke. B. C, Oth August, 1901.  ' I..L. Graham,  Gus l.u_<D.  Co-owners  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  Hated at Itevclstoke, 1!. O ,  this  September, 1'jul.  itli day of  nug i  Co-Owners < T r   T   ���������  (. H. J. Boukn ���������:  To Mine Owners and Others  FOR SALE��������� Five (0) second hand Sullivnu  Rock Drills, lhe drill holes 1)4. to 11 inches in  diameter, depth 111 feet, mounted o: screw  coin mns com [dele with Hose, cie.'These drills  nre in first rate condition nnd nre situated at  thciMIncsof the Toronto-,.lllooct Gold Itccfs  Companvat I.illoocl. Applv EDGAR UI.OOM-  FIELD, lirix 7-W, Vancouver,"!!, ii..     Nov. H-It  BCO^EE]  G-XLO-W-JsT  The very best on the market today,  including:  Potat������es,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC!  Also first quality of well cured  Timothy Hay  Send orders for same to  .    S. D. CROWLE,  Revelstoke, B. C.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms. '  -.         Rates_$i_a_day.^i=^  ��������� -  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone  Prop  CONTINUED  ON  1'AIIF TIIHKK,  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, in pursuance of  the Creditors'Trust Deeds Act,1901," that  John Vincent I'erks, of the City of Revelsloke,  In the Province ol llritish Columbia, Hotel  Proprietor, hai by deed, boarlnic date tin*, llith  dav of October, A.II., 1'jOI, ft'-ilgned all hi**.  real anil per������onal properly, exrept as therein  mention-ill to John Drlnkwater Sibbald, ol the  ��������� aid Citv f.l Ilf-vMitnlrp, Oi*ncr������il Agent, In  trunl for the purpose of satisfying ratably and  proportionately and without prejudice or  priorltv, the creditors of tne said John Vincent I'erks. the Assignor, and lhc snid Trustee  has undertaken lhe trusts created by lhe said  deed.  All pernons having claims againu the sold  John Vincent I'erks an* required on or before  the tenth dav of ***n\ ember. A. I).. l'JOl, lo send  to the .'aid TrtinK'C full particulars ol the same  duly rerillt'd. together with tb<* particulars of  she'serurity. If any, held by them.  AND NOTICK IS HEREBY CilVKN that  alter the **ald tenth day of November. Ilioi, the  said Tru^li**: will proceed to distribute the  a**ets among tnose creditors who**.* claims  have been lodged with him and that he will  not be resf-onsflilc after .--Kid date lor the as>-et������  so distributed, or any part thereof, to any  person or person*1, firm or rorporation, of  whose debt or claim he sliall not then have  received notice.  A Mcetinif of the Creditor*" of the **Kid John  Vincent Pcrlts will be held at the office nl  John Drlnkwater elbbald. First Street, fievel-  stolce, llritish Columbia, on Paturday, the  twenty-sixth day of October. A. II., l'Jil, at the  hour of two o'clock In she afternoon.  Dato-l at Kevelstoke, B. ti, this J2th day of  October, A. P., IMI.  J. M. 8COTT, Revelstoke, P.. li.  .Solicitor for thc Trustee.  LOST.  A Flag���������Union Jack���������frorn the Opera House  on or abont January 2nd, 1501. The flag was  used Ior the decoration of the Opera Ifouse  for thc Trainmen's Ball on New Tr ear's Eve.  The Under will please return same to If j*hali>  Office. *' Oct. 9���������tf.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that GO days after date f  intend to apply to the Chief Coramlnsloner  of Lands and works for permission to eut and  carry awav timber from tho following described lands:  Commencing at a post marked Roger F.  Perry's southeast corner postsituate aliout 1100  feot from Scott Creek, thence west 40 chains;  thenco north 1C0 chains; thence mat-10 chains;  thencesouth 1G0chains, to the place of commencement; containing 540 acres,  ROOEU F. PERRY.  Goldfields, B. C Out. 17.h, 1901.      Nov, C*tt.  CANADIAN  PACSFBC RAILWAY  Effective October 111, 1001  EASTB0UND  WESTBOUND  une  8:20  17:10  Brown & Guerin, Props.  KUCCTlirC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERV ROOM.  IIOUHI.Y  STlilCKT OAR  .MliKTS  ALI, TRAINS.  hah wm.., sui'i'i.iicn hy tub ohoiciwt  WINKS,   I.KJUOHS  AND  OIllARS   PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MI).TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME* IN SEASON.    .  n-iz&'������' Kwsr3*^r_rt*^r>j..^*?*������ rVTTJ^'ic*; *S**^'r3*^r7.-7irtW_i rv^tati.  ii/Ut^-^'es&'ia.iiigSJ-iiiSiiSfi^i^ H-ai^,-di.J&j������.'iiriltSSitS&  Trlkimionk'No. 101. ,   p. o. Box 700l  The Prospectors Exchange!  No. 5 K.-W.-O. BLOCK, NELSON, B.C.  Gold, Silver Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the __SB*-Exeliaugo.  Free Milling Gold Properties wanted a. once for Eastern Investors.  Pnrtles having mining property for sule nre requested to send samples of their ore!  to the Exchange for Exhibition. *   _  All samples should be sent by express Propaid. Correspondence solicited.  Address nil communications to  -^c  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  JMMWIMH  II. G. PARSON, President.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managing Director  ne Revelstoke Wine aiid 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.  Passengers booked to all  Kastern, Canadian and U.S.  Points.  Berths reserved on Atlantic  Steamers for passengers to  thc Old Country.  Direct Steamer Service from  Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give iogood reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  Full   information and 1 lustrated  pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Revel* toke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger .Agent  Vancouver,  __  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, ett.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  AU orders left at R. M. Smythe's Tobaceo  Store, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  attention.  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, Is again open to  the public. Heals served at all  hours.  A. REBUCHESE,  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.... -  All orders promptly filled.  CoTrB^?rgeIe" - EBYEfcSTOEB, B.0T.  Express Delivery  All   orders    left   at   W.   M.  Lawrence's   will    be    promptly  I'attended to.  H. Cook.  H  /I  I  4  Vi  U  <m  i many. a������~  ARCHIBALD 3.SCOTT, Hancock, Mich.  1MOTKR;LAMONT. Ni'lson, B.C.  CHARLKS 11. ST1LLWELL, Nelenn. B. 0.  JAMES A. MAGEE, Revelsti.k", B. C.  BOAKD OF DIRECTORS,  lilt, (i   A. 1). IIAM,. Nelson, B. 0.  ,J, FRED HUME, Nelson, B. (..'.  ���������    JAMES P. IJYKUS. Tniil, B. C.  3. C. T. CIHJl'TS, Nelson, ll. C.  SAMUEL M. BRVUtiliS, Nelson, H, C-.  A. F. ROSENBKRUNU, Ni'lson, B. O.  n  Incorporated untiier the Laws of British Columbia.  rn*������mTrm.iiM..j������-<~iLXn*gll!?������CT������riiu .Aiu.m������. ������������������������  Capital: $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares,  Par value $1 Each. '  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NO} PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  me  TIES:  aims.   Oyster Gp., 6 Claims  Located in   lie Free Gold Fish  River Camp,  Lardeau  Mining' Division,  British Columbia.  Large Veins Free IVI ill ing Gold  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Cents Per Share.  In view of the splendid showings of both high ancl low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for the economical  developing and working ofthe 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  J. D. S!  Andrew F. Rosen  Official Broker,  Revelstoke, B. C.  SECRETARY.  P. O. BOX 700, NELSON, B.C.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   11  A��������� I.I..1I,  llnrrlMer,      Solicitor,    N'olnry    Public,  McKenzie Avenue, liuvilslolio Station.  Money tulwiii,  Ktc.  f-JAUVHV, M'CAItTKlt it PINKHAM  llniTlHli'ri, Solicitor*!, Eli*.  Solicitors for Imperial Hunk ol lliininlii.  I'niiipiiiiv tiinil.s io liiiui HtS percent,  1*"��������� iist S'ritKi'.r, ticvelmoko SliUlon, II. C.  CHURCHES  MIlTIIOUlltT Clll'IM'll,  HKVEI-STOKK.  rroiiolilng services at 11 a. in. nml ":���������**) p. m  Clii!*s meeting iu llio close ul tlio morning  service. Siililmili Scliool und HIliluUliis*. nl iliim  Weeklv Priivcr Meeting every \Vcilne*>ilii>*  ���������nliig nt 7-.:io. Thu public nre cordially  Seals free, ������  llcv. C. Laijnkh, l'astor.  Invilcil.  ST. l'KTi:HS I'lllllll'll,  ANGLICAN.  lClghl n.iu., lliily liiiclmrlst; II n.iu., nm ns,  l.itnnv nml senium (llnly lincliaiist tlrst Sun-  da v l"n ihu inniillil; 'i-i.Xtt Sunday st'linnl, or  children's service; 7:::d Kvensong (cliorull mul  sermon, llolv Days���������The Holy hlieliiirisl I.s  celebrated al i n.iu, m*8 n.m., us announced.  Holy Haptlsni nflcr SnmlnySchool At3:15.  a, A. 1'nocUMiBii, Keillor.  I'linsiiYTKiiiAN church.  Service everv Sunday nt 11 a.m. anil 7'.:'.0 p.m.  to which all ai'o wclemno,     l'raycr 'heeling in  8 p. iii, every Wednesday.  m:v. w. c. Cai.dkii, l'astor.  HUMAN* CATHOLIC CIIUKCII.  Mas-i   at 10:1111 a. in.,  nn  Ilrst,  ���������econd  an*  fourth Sundays lu the inontli.  BEV.   KATlIKIl  TIIAYEK.  / c.  OPEN LETTER  fO.Vrl.l.'llHI)   rllDM   I'Atii: TWO.  SALVATION   AHMY._  Meetliig every night in their Hull on Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Ran^e Lodge K. of P.,  No._a5, Revelstoke, B.C.  JMoels every Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hull al S o'clock  Visiting Knights invited.  L. II.  Buck. C. C?    ::::::  FM. B. Lewis. K. oi*- It. & H.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE . No. 1658.  Kegular meetings are held In the  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third l.'ri-  day of eaeh month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially iuvited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  W. Q. BIRNEY, Rce.-Soe.  AKOHIBALD. ,T. SCOTT, President.  PETER LAMOXT, Treasurer.  OFFICERS.  DR. G. A B. HALL. Vice-President  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Secretary  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  <#.  "4-  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.-  CIRCLE CITY  is the Terminus   of   the   proposed   Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creel*:" with fork to that:point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of  the Lardeau Pass/Galena  and Surprise Creeks.      - ��������� ' ��������� ,  CiRCLE CITY  is   absolutely   surrounded  D eve 1 opTiTeTn t;���������-5"^-: ���������=���������=-=-=7r-iJ  by    Mining   Properties    now   under  Which will be utilized next Season bv  Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT.  G. B. BATHO.  Ferguson, B. C.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven vears  nt  Mcirfa  Works,   Swansea.     17   years  Chief  Chemist   to Wlgnn Coal and  Iron Co.,   Eng.  Lute chemist nnd Assaver, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  ��������� Ferguson. B.C.  Is now open for business. ���������  MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY   AND  SATURDAY,  P7  Hours:     10 a.m. to 2  .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 see my local views,  cloud effects, telephoto views,  pictures ofthe moon, etc.  Thunderstorms and blizzards  will be added as opportunity  occurs.  Wright Porritt  ,|.^f^.^^n|,.l.^i,4.4..t4..1.4,i,ti.^.H.i.4*l**l'  PELLEW-HARVEY, |  "^BRYANT *ST CitMAfTf  Mining Engineers  ancl Assayers,  VANCOUVER, B.C.      Established 1890  ���������Mr  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL  A8SAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Tent! made up to 2,1)00 lbs.    "'  A speciulty made of eheekmg Smelter  Pulps.  Samples from the Interior by nitiil or  exprei-s promptly intended to.  Correspondence solicited.  v/ncouverTb. c. ��������� "  +*f**f+*l'*'f*t'*l'**f'l**f1-*l**'t*'l''I'*I**f*T**J'*f'l'  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of eaeh month; White Rose Degree  meets third Tuesday of eaeh quarter, in Oddfellows Hull.  Visiting brethren welcome   ���������  WM. WATSON, HY. EDWARDS,  President.        , Secretary.  H. EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DI.ER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Po,*aired.  JUST EAST OF PRESBYTERIAN CHURCIIJ  Third Street.   *  Certificate of Improvements  Zt-TOTIC-E.  Gold Illll Mineral Claim, situate in.the  Revelsloke .Mining .Division ol liooieniiy District.  '- Where Located: In Ground Hog llasln, on  McCullougli Creek,,  ��������� TM-JvE NOTICE that I, C. 15. Hnnie, Free  JiiWr's Certificate >,o. B, ���������liS'JD, intend, sixty  davs ironi the dine hereof, lo apply to the  Mining Keci'rder Ior a Certlllcate ol improvements, fur lhe purpose of obtaining* ii crown  Grant ol lhe above claim.... __ .'  And further lake notice that notion,  under  Seclion  117, must be commenced  before    the  Issuance ot such Certilicate of Improveinenls.  bi.iej this -tth day ot September, l'JiU.  , C. H. HUME.  Ocl. 11���������tf  up, lint they h.'ivi.* Imjoii snilly disappointed, "Sol mn: reform they  promised liuve lii'on intiiiilucoil, nor  ono pk'iltfi! l'lillllloil. Xuiv, wliut was  il. Iii'oiikIiL .Sir .lolm A. .M.M-tliinaltl  intii pou'i'r in 'TS ? H wun Llu; Nationnl  poliuy. Anil wlial tin' t.'iui.seivativo  party toilny IH.M..1-1 is Lo rniiiiiiliiLc a  new nationnl policy, onu Lliat. will  inspii'i; now lmpu in our pi_*opk*. new  (.'iiiiliili'iiuu in its public men. in them-  ���������julvos. in uni'i.-oiuliry ami ourilesliny.  I'lank Xo I. Clovoi'tiniciit owni'i-  .slii[i oL'all fji'uiil, inonopolit*.-;, govei'ii-  ini'iit railway**., ^ovoi'iinieiil.ti'k'yi'apliM  and tc'lcplioni's in I'oiuu'ctioii witli Lhu  postal sui'vici*. This cannob lie ilone  nil iiloiiuu, aiul it in not iiitetulcil that  Llie govei'iiineiiL slioultl imuieiliiilely  puri'liase all exit-Lin,!^ rnilroails, but  what is siit^cst.oil is tlniL the railway  ulre.'ifly owiumI liy the people should he  exLt'iided as fur as possihle inlo the ���������  interior of Camilla, to Ontario, lo  d'eorgian Hay, and ultimately, fiirther  iu the west, and hy so doing lhu  (jovi'i'iinionl could have an actual  instead of a theoretical control of  rules. Any government of ordinary  ability which honestly desired to  solve the tran*-porlalioii question,  could find means of making the  railway servo the people instead of  handing over llu; people bound us  slaves to the railway companies.  Hy this plank il is intended that the  ultimate aim should be the government  ownership ol all uliliiu-s. but to be  brouRhl. .'ilnnit by such gradu.il stages  us should not on Ihe one hand impair  lhe linances of lhe country, or on the  other treat with unnecessary harshness the shiireholdeis in the companies . o  brought inlo existence by the vote of  the people's representatives in the  past.  The old national policy aimed at  building up our industries, or manufactories. This new national policy  will not only sustain those industries  hut will develop our agricultural aud  other natural resources lo u degree  hitherto undreamed of.  Plank No. 2. The necessaty complement of No. 1. The abolition of the  iniquitous spoils system copied from  the worst age of American politics and'  the appointment of a. civil service/  commission who would appoint by  competitive examinations and ��������� other  tests of merit, instead of rewarding  the' perpetrators nt political frauds  iindolher party heelers.  ���������pfank '3.   Direct legislation   by   the  initiative and referendum.    Une set of  politicians    are    naturally   about   as  honest or dishonest as another; they  nre generally a fair represeniiition  of  the   people   who   elect-   them.   -This  plank aims at, removing   some'   tempt  ations rrom' Lheir path.    Tf legislators  knew when they voted large subsidies''  to   corporations   and    passed ' unfair"'-  franchises acts,   etc., that by' putting     '  the proper machinery  in   motion   the  electors could compel them   to  submit  lhe measure to the people, they would  pause, and then decide uot to pass the,   -  act, in tniiny instances.-  This system of giving the people teal  control of their own affairs instead of  a few people at Ottawa, is not well  understood, but if it became a live  iesue by being adopted by the Liberal-  Conservalivi* party, it would be  studied, understood and'approved.  You are the leader of a great party,  and cn you rests a grave responsibility  for so long as you have the confidence  of your followers, the people of  Canada must look to you to rescue  them from their present difliculties  and from the happy family of  reformers, who, finding themselves  out of a job, verily have turned  apparently to one who "finds some  mischief still for idle hands to do."  One good feature about the above  platform is lhat no dishonest thief will *  attempt to steal it, for obvious reasons.  Tliere will he.no boodlinu under ,  government ownership, operated by a  non-p.irtiz.in commission. No fat  jubs for perjurers. bribers and  personiitors under civil service com-  niiS3ion-aiid-iio-legJsl:iUve_robber_y__oiii___  L  Certificate of Improvements  . ZtsTOTICIE!.  ������������������  Successor to I). .Iciikiii",  Manufacturers of  ME BOOTS AND SHOES  "O.K." Mineral Claim, situate In the  'KuvuliliikeMinliiK Division of West Kootenay  District:  Where located:���������In Ground Hog llasln, on  "MeCiilloii|;li Creel;.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles F. Lindmark  of Kevelstoke, I'reu Jliner's Certificate-No. H  19(11), Intend, sixly days lrorn the date hereof,  lo apply to llie Mlnlni.; Uecorderlor a Cerilll-  ���������'ate ol Improvements, for the purpose ol  obtaining nCron ii lirunl of the above claim.  Awl further lake notice lhat action under  Section 117. must be commenced before the  Issuance of ineli Cerlllieale of Improvements.  Dated this Sth day of August, A.D., l'JOl.  Aug 172m CHAS. K. UNDMAKK.  !  Repairing: of Boots, Shoes  and Harness, a Specialty.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Is in a position to give as good value i7or the  money expended, either for advertising* space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be giv en  by any other house of the kind in BritisJi Columbia. Write for Samples of Printing. All woik  turned out promptly. One price to al]. No job  can be too large or too small for THE BDdJR ALXX  OPPOSITE  HERALD   OFFICE.  FARWELL  ESTATE.  The Jchoipc  land   north   oT   track,  between Tapping's uiui I������ong*������, will  . he  subdivided for sule tia  soon as  _ po.-. bible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C  I\ O. lto.v, 42o.  Lauder's Bakery  For everything Kresli and New  FRUITCAKE        MADIIIUA CAKE  SPONGE CAKE     SCOTCH CAKE.  LADY FINGERS   MACCAKOONS  CURUANTHUNS DINNER ROLLS  PUFF PASTRY     PIES.  TARTLETS RUSKS for infants  <m  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU.  OUR SPECIALTY:    DECORATED CAKES  Prompt delivery to nny part of town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Limiting ami Coinnplix, commencing October  14th, 1901, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  anil Comaplix  twicedally���������10k. and ljk.  Leaving Comaplix and Ihomson's Landing  for Arrowhead..!*.twicc.daily���������7:15kand 12:4ik  Making close connections with all C. r. R.  Steamers and Trains.  Theowners reserve the right to change times  of sailings without notice.  Tlie Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  WANTED.  Wanted immediately a Cook and Waiter  Wages t50 and li, respectively. Apply M. M  BCCUiNAK, Fendr&gou Hotel, Camborne. oct9t  ,i lin'Ro sculu when the people can veto  Lhe measure through Lhe leferenduoi.  The Libei'.-U-Consi'i'vulivu piirLy lias  li_:e:i tho consLiiiL'tivi* rufiii-m party of  lhe past: let it hastily seize Llie  opportunity anil he lhe party of progress now.  If you are to he prime minister ufter  tlie next general election, now is the  Lime lo get your pirty together in  convention and adopt a new platfotm.  Give I he people something to hope for.  something to work for, something lo  vote for in tho ful ure.  Only great issues can arouse stilYl-  cieut interest in the people to counter-  net the stupendous influence of a  corrupt government hacked up hy the  power of corporation!5, who, owing  lheir very cxistance to parliament,  have* heen nursed through infancy  upon tin* puhlic revenues, and now  fatten upon the life-hloud of the  country's industries,    >  If .you do hut. have courage to advocate* these not new hut sound  principles', yon will be surprised how  gladly they will hevwelcoined by the  great mass of people. Men. young and  old, want to helong_ lu a party of ,  consistency, of hon&r, of pi ogress,  whose principles are easily understood and do not con*-i***t of mere  sounding ohrases. Thi?y,| want u  reason Ifor their faith, substance, not.  shadows, for their hope-.  The writer believes he speaks in the  niiiii* of a host of Canadians, Liberals  and Conservatives, when he calls upon  the opposition through yon to" show  liy your platform good and sufficient  reasons why you should be given an  opportunity to put your'principles into  practice.  Xo public man ever had a better  npjoiiuuity to perform great services  for his country than it is your present  privilege, nnd it is sincerely hoped  that you may be able * by your  j-tatesiilaulike conduct, vour wisdom  and forethought, to eaui the gratitude  of all loyal, honest and patriotic  citizens. ',  The writer has no apology to offer  for writing you this letter. He merely  il.iims lhe same right as evei'j" well-  meaning though obscure citizen of this  great commonwealth, and mists that  its context renders it unnecessary to  state that it is written in no hostile  spirit.  Yours faithfullv.       ' ���������',  ALFRED J. ANDREWS. i*l"l"t'i'*i.*H"_r*l.*H*-l***H.*i.+i.^.i.4"i"i**  CHINA  .*  audi; lot of   Beautiful dishes  '��������� JAPANESE," have just ������  been poned up   at *  Canada Drug & Book Co I  RKVKLSTOKE. %  J Jap:icese Napkins always in  3j  +    stock���������35c. per hundred,    fr  T f ***.W'********<f**>!.***.f.f.f. *  Notes of News.  QUALITY!  ��������� Business site to rent near the opera  house.    Apply Hilit.u.ii olTice.  -Mrs. Fred Baker has been away nil  week visiting friends at Nakusp.  Prime celery lor Thanksgiving one  dollar a dozen heads at Tapping's  market garden.  Remember the turkey supper in the  upera house next Thursday, Thanksgiving evening.  XV. B. Pool returned from Ualgiiiy  nn Wednesday's train and left ag'iin  south this morning.  On Thursday next. Thanksgiving  Day, there will he service iu the  Methodist church at 11 o'clock in the  forenoon.  Services in St. Peter's church tomorrow, Sunday before Advent, as  usual at 11 a. 111. and 7.30 p. in., Rev.  C  A. Priiciinier, otllciating.  There is no truth in the rumor that  the Amalgamated Association of Life  Insurance Agents in Revelstoke intend giving 11 dance in the near future.  Noble Binns, Grand Chancellor of  lhe Knights of Pythias for B. C, will  pay an official visit to Gold Range  lodge  No. 20,   next,   Friday   evening.  Capt. D. Paul Hughes and Gus  Jledstrotn came down by river in a  canoe Irom Smith Creek on Thuistlay.  The captain left for Pittsburg this  inoriiing*.  The Eagle says: ���������' The Imperial  bank safe for the Ferguson branch is  still at the Landing. The delay is  becoming tiresome." Parin must he  packing round quite a wad.  H. A. Brown Iini. been electad C. C_  of Gold Range Lodge No. 20, IC. of P.,  in place of L. A. Buck, who has heen  unable to attend lodge meetings  owing to his absence at the coast.  For the convenience of those who  cannot get away during the day to  - pay their taxes, the city treasurer will  be at his office from 7:30 to 8 p.m. from  Nov. 2.1th to Nov. 2Jlth, both dates  inclusive.  John .McTaggart, the Ferguson  mining man, whose kneecap wus  broken in seven places last August, is  progressing slowly but favorably. He  can bend the knee a little, but the  cords nre still stiff.  Ready made suits are all right for  dummies. Jf you want a perfect  fitting suit that will cost you no more  than you have to pay for a dummy  suit we will make it for you to older  for $15.   Cressman. the Art Tailor.  E. P. Morgan, owner of the Cromwell property, near the head of the  Triune creek, in the Lardeau, came in  on Thursday with his wife and family  from Ellensburgh, Wash., as he  intends to reside at Trout Lake City in  future.  The people who think that ready-  made clothes ure all right, are the  ones who never have worn a tailor,  made suit. Our $15 suits and $3.50  trousers to order are the same price as  you get them in the east. At Cressman  the Art Tailor.  A rate has been made by the freight  depaitment wliich,  it  is anticipated,  will enable cordwood to be shipped in  to town from Craigellachie.     There is  .   a .ncnreitv   of firewood .in -town  at  Astonishing !!  T!i2i-e are three things which astonish those tinac-  qtiainte.1 with our sto.k of ^ P-TO-DATE  DI-IESSGODU3.  BEAUTY  PRCCE!  ALL SORTS  All sorts and conditions of  men require all sorts ancl  conditions of medicine. Wc  have the very hest for each  man's need. The weather  necessitates attention to the  health, "and many simple  ���������'remedies there are which wc  can give you, saving you,  perhaps, a severe illness.  %Thiy weir well, look well, and are easy to buy.  We sell our Carpets made and  laid, and ensure  pjrfcjt lit and prompt service.  ,     If   Falling   Prices   could ha hetrd,   'our   Store  would scini like the C. P. R.  shops.  Ojr Mii.NJ'3 FfJANlSHlN J3 are complete and  up-to-date.  O.ii-BDJT.i AND SMDJi are well sold and  sold right.  Pic'.c oat any and every article you admire or  desire in our Stjre an.l you'll l>j surprised and  gr.i:i;"u.l to leir.i thi p/io.��������� .V ���������> slulf-worn, shopworn, left-os'jrs. AM Nnv, all Stylish, all of  Gjj.1 Q 1 tlity, at  TAYLOR & GEORGE'S  Wake Up  G. F. CURTIS  The Druggist.  TAYLOR HI.OCIC.       -      ��������� McKenzie Avc  Jii'i.J. e B', C* PERMANENT LOAN AND SAVINGS CO. stuck toi' Mile  li,,,.!'.'; value of ..nm per slniru. willi n iireniliiin ������f *'A"i per slinre. Tliis  '.11 "miv ul"'"hii;ii|ieriiiiuii*iitillvliliMii| n. J*:i*.lu perueiit.  ���������i*i 1. u "���������"'"���������������������������������������������'."-'ly sine Investment iitilniihl-j   '   1 Ills Stni-k lins risen  from $100  ,lvr siiuru In  pii'i-eiiitijiie, unil will without ilonbl bu worth }l.'i<l ill one  vein* from the  I.11..SU11 time.    1 lie us-iclsor tlii; Cimipiiiiv have Increase. I from ..l'.i,7j:;.*l'J 111  llui_o.nl_i.r .list, 1MIS, to ovor..1110,000.til) ill tliu present lime.  '*,���������'VS",,9!"\SS' C Acmiiiiuliitive Stock���������flO   pel*   inontli invested In lhis  viMiiself V01'      f,!m,M  '" eight j-euri*.   l-'lRiiri* out your prnlll   for.  AND  R15K THF, nANGAINK AT    ���������  CiUV BAUHNIt'K  IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  IJemeinlier Uio. Kpworlh League  social on ^Monday niglit next.  Harry Kd wards litis jiii-L ciiin|ik'trd  putling   up   a   veiy   handsome   male'  pheasant from llio (Jniusl.  S. McMahon is moving7 I.. A. Frolv.  old building on Smelter poinl, which  he intends lo uso ror a,shini";le mill.  Mi*, and Sirs. .I. Miller. "I" HI.  Thomas, Out., tho parents nl" .Mrs. 'J'.  XX'. Bradshaw, are expelled In sirrive  on a visit tonight.  For the last, ten days llie settlers  aeross the I-ileeillewaeLhiivc lieen Imsy  clearing out the lateral muds In llie  trunk road through the M-lllriiii'iil, in  preparation I'or the winter.  li. Sclmider. tho shoemaker, lias just  finished a handsome pair ol' online  shoes for a lady in the south. The  shoes are 12 inches high and weighed*  just 20 ozs when completed.  The Hkiiald regrets In report lliat  Miss Hairier, who lives with her  brother Dr. Hainer, on a riiueh just  this side of Ed. Adair's was seized  with a paralytic stroke this morning.  Al. Stewart of the Kntei prise Cigar  Factory left fur Nelson List, Thursday  morning to start a hrsinrli nl' the  I'actiiry here in thnt, place. The  Hehai.I") wishes him success in his new  undertaking.  US)  II)  The Smelter  Townsite  We are oliering .special   inducements  lo   purchasers  ol' Lots  . for the lialance ol' the year.  VERY 10AHY TKI-51MS OF PAYMFXT.  LEWIS  Real Estate, Insurance & Financial  Agents, Retclstoke  (fl  (Uj)  General Mercharits.  present and Lhere is plenty of fine dry  fir at CraiKellachie.  There whs a had runaway on Wednesday Irom C. B. Hume & Co.'s  'warehouse, in which B. Fleming was  pitched out of his wngjron, sustaining  si. gash over his eye which took several  stitches to close. The runaway ended  in a inixup with Hume's delivery   tig.  Theie will he a musical entertainment and cnit'ee and cake social at the  Salvation Army barracks Saturday  evening, Nov. 22id. Also farewell  ���������meeting Sunday, Nov. 2lth I'or cadet  .lame* Allen, who leaves to assist in  our Salvation Anny Food and Shelter  Depot, at Vancouver. Everybody is  invited.  It Ii.-ih been decided to beautify the  interior of t.he .Methodist church by  covering it wilh metallic sheeting.  There aie about S-'JOO on hand towards  this object and the' collectson on  Sunday week will he devoted lo it.  0The contract for the sheeting has been  Riven to a firm in Toronto.  We nre pleased to acknowledge  receipt from the .Molson' Bank of a  neatly piinted little booklet which  contains much information useful to  their clients, and of interest to the  banking public generally. We notice  that lhis bank had experienced another  prosperous year, and their general  Ktiitement which will appear in our next  issue is worth perusal.  The engagement is announced of  Miss J���������ee, eldest urimairied daughter  of Mr. XX'. II. Ere ot this city, to Mr.  Ev\ Mucgowan, son of Mr. A. H. B.  Macgowan. of Vancouver. Air. Mac-  gowan has recently resigned his position as a member of the staff of the  Alolsor.s Bank in this city, und will  leave shortly for Vancouver, where he  has secured a good position wilh the  firm of Macgowan & Co.���������Calgary  Herald.  SEVEN PERSONS  ARE KILLED  And Many Injured in a Train  Wreck���������Somebody Blunders  and two Santa Fe Trains  Crash Together.  A fatal wreck occurred on the. Santa  Fe railroad one mile we.-t of Franconia  Arizona, at a switch station twenty  miles off Needles, California, early on  Wednesday. Seven trainmen were'  killed and three passenger--, and four-^  teen trainmen injured.' Limited trains^  east and west hound crashed together  wliile irointf at.fnll   sneed.     .The   east  bound train wa.s drawn by two  engines, while the west bound li-ain  had but one locomotive. The three  engines were crushed and blown to  pieces by an explosion which followed  the collision. Both trains were, made  up of vestibule cars of the heaviest  kind and while they stood the terrific  shock well and protected the passen-  gei-s to a. great extent, several of Un'  cars took lire and humeri up. The  dining cars, one on each train, one  Pullman, and two coinpns.ii,.-* cars were  destroyed. Following is a list of the.  dead :' P. M. ICllioit'. engineer: P. P.  Coldsmith. fireman: K. F. Bnrnharl. j  barber; "Walter Oavoragi*. waiter: XV. \  I,. Case, lireman; A. I.. Wilitagi-, lire- j  man; Sam Brown, waiter. The hodiey |  of the latter three are liii'-sing. Tin*  collision is said to have lieen dm* to a  disregarded order by the crew 'if the.  westbound train, though full particulars on this point are still lacking,  ������������������'rom all account--, however, it is  gathered that the east bound train Intel  orders tn take the siding at. Franconia  and wait- fhe passage of lhe west  bound flyer, which was running two  hours late and trying lo make up  time. The east bound train failed to  reach the siding and. as the weif,  bound train did not wail, for it. t.hi  two trains came, together without  warning and with a terrible crash.  Smith, the Barber,  in  Trouble.  J. Smith, the barber, well known in  this town, is'iti all kinds of trouble. A  dispute which oicnrrerl on Monday  between himself and J. A, Buckhani, a  druggist at. Golden, on the short  change act, led to a wrangle in a  rentaurant,, which wound up with a  bottle ol sauce being smashed "by  Smith over Buckham's head. Smith  lib out but was captured .it. Donald  and committed for trial on Thursday  last. A. M. Pinkham went up to  Golden lo prosecute in the case.  .NOAY is', the time to make  Your Stove Purchases. .  We have a *'  Splendid  Line of  COOK Md  HEATING STOVES  AT RIGI-JT PRICES.  A full Line of  Hardware and Paints  are .also, in .stock. .  Our Stock of Groceries  ***  Are, as Usual, F/3 3h and   CompletE.  ttftfvvawr^.tfct*'****;*****-.**^^  1 JOHN D. SIBBALD,  INOTAKY  PUBLIC,  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  REAL ESTATE  ������\1\ It. TOWNSITE,  MAItA TOWNSITK.  TTIVT A TV!/"1! k T iCuiui-ln ivi-mniienl ,t WVstern  rlllAnlJAl -.       Hainulii MnrtKi.*,'** Coi-piii-mlnu.  a *iinmjni.u 1 ...f-uitiiljli* .-livings l.imn mul liiiililins AixogIiiIIoii  t  IVCIin A 1MPC   I ( Im pi'i'liil I'i iu.      niiiinllnn l-'lre.      Mer  llljUKAm.E   I . HiuiiiiIIiiii I'Mre.      Ciilfilniiiim l.'lie.  ���������.uv/unmiu*^   . Jdiiiilertei'iilliin r.Ife.      Aihi.v.l.'hv.  null tile Fire.  COAL FOU SALIC,  HOUSIiS FOR SALE AN'D BUNT.  Address Pevelstnk.fi Station.  fr  t  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  f  fr  fr  *  fr  fr  * *^'^-������^'^������^������^������^������^J^9^^������b������^������^*^*^4^������i������^������__������^.������^(^������) ���������i���������^^������s������l*_������!>������_������_������i������^^P_*b������b^.������^������t*L������**^>������^*^^!������^^  FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  ��������� very elaborate  variety  of  Fall  ancl  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, wc-do not,handle any goods that  could  possibly depreciate our excellent reputation.       We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when  price is the sole consideration,  but  when style  and   fit  ancl wear are duly considered, we-can  and' no compete  with all ready-made goods,,and all other tailors.  Ladies'Tailored Suits to Order.  J".   IB.   OB/BSSMAISr, ������������������������������*���������������- "  The   An Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave.  FURNITURE!!  -Hi;lNM}S77UUia\VTNnPOLES^^^  Klc.    Onliinel   Milking,   Uholstering,   Picture Framing,  Pol'ialiing.  and all kinds ol'repairwork.  UNDERTAKING..  Collins miide at, a few lin'iii's' notice.   Finished in either Walnut,  Cherrv,  Ulack Cloth or Polished Oak. 111. EASTERN PRICES.  ifil-THRKE YEARS EXPERIENCE AT THE BUSINESS.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE    CO'Y.  Junior Hockey Club.  The Revelstoke Junior Hockey Chili  was. formed at a meeting held in  Frank Browr's ei^ar -.lore last night,  with an initial meinhership of ahoul  twenty. The subscription was fixed  at a dollar. WentworMi Smythe was  elected secretary-treasurer. Another  meeting will be held in about 11  week.  RHETA  CROUP  A Valuable Find Adjoining the  Famous Triune and the New  Lade Group.  S. F. XV. ii.tiner. who hns just returned ft um Ferguson it. the locator  of a group of three claims in Ihe  Triune Jjiisin whicli will prove the  ex lent and length of thp Triune lead.  They .-in* located just below tin*  Triune antl adjoining the new group  Inciiled this snniu:������*r by the Lade  Jiros^ If the Triune lead runs true  and the work -1]ready done by the  Ferguson llxos. has proved the continuance and richness at the proper  angle, the Rhetn group will curry the  same lead right through* the three;  claims. .Some very rich H.unples of  galena were taken from this new find  and the carbonates on I.he walls are  hplieveil t.o be rich, but no assay was  ni'ide from them and in conseepienrje  it is not known yet whether they  will carry near the values of t.he  ciirbonntes in the Triune. The early  fall of snow in the basin put a stop to  prospecting the claims this year, but  next spring the work will he resumed  and a thorough investigation made.  It is helieved Mr. Gainer hns a good  prospect and next year should, demonstrate it. ii  Miners Wanted.  Hock   miners   wanted.     None   but  first class men   need  apply.    Apply to  Ii. A. Bradley. Duquesne 'Mining Co.'s  oflice, Front street.  The Hospital  Ball  At 11 nipeling.of llie Indies' Hospital  Aid Society held on Tuesday Inst it  was decided to hold Um ball ii, aid ���������f  the hospital funds on Jan. 2ll.li. The  following com mil ices were appointed:  Itecepl ion���������.Mcsdamrs Carriilhers,  Wilkes li. A. I.UWSI1II. Lawrence.  .McCiirty. lirimdretl, |... J|. S. McLean.  I-tpiY1-sI11111.nl���������Mesd,lines B. A. Law-  son, Grogan, S-ipnrling, Curtis, Raker,  Mi-Carter, Skene, .McCarty, A. F.  Snllowiiy and .Willi...  Pro-_.r-iiii.iii-���������Mi-sdanies L.Sollow.iy,  Cross-, Lawrence, G. M. Clarke.  Music:���������Mesdiniies Wilkes, Liwrcnce  iind'H. A. Law-on.  The committees were empowered to  ndd olher names.  -GALTJJOAL-  Another consignment f,f this excellent  Coal expected to arrive in  a few days.  ..$7.50  per ton..  Leave your orders early.  J. C. HUTCHISON,: first stbee  r0i  m  m  Laces and Braids  A lnrKi* nuiRO ol Point l.ui'C,  linrliuss nml lliiitciilmri;  llrulils, StiiiniH*il I)csfi*iis,  Htiiiiipuil I,tne11*,, Kinbroiiltirv  - Nucillcs, lliioks, &e,  l'.urlln mul /.pjiliyr Wools, all  slinili's, Slipper Solos, Valen-  si'IciicusLniio, Insertion.  Cull nt the M^     .  MADISON PARLORS.  $������// ft**5  j^ Misses Shcppard & Bell HJ3  r?rj\ iluKe117.lt: Avenue      oit'i'i      fe^a  m   ���������_ W.  l������ledicine    f  Whcllicir In  the form  ol a pre- ^������*  n''rlptioii,<lls|wii!>uilor my own Sfe)  Iirepunitioji. will bu the protlue.t Sc  of i.*iiruful anil cuinputuiit labor. (3B  Japanese  Tooth Drops  An unfailing remedy for Toolli-  uulie and Neuralgia.  Prcpareil and sold onlv by  W. Bews.    Phm. B.  CARETAKER WANTED  Applications for the position of CaretakiT  for thi; Revc-htoki* SkalliiK Itinl: .will ln>  received nt the ollice of the llliilerslgneil.  Appllciiiits 10 suite cxpoi'lenee. nnd salary  re.iuiri.il.  .1. M. SUOIT.  Now-is the time  to leave your orders for  Christmas Cakes  There will be on hand for the Holiday  Trade a complete line ol Fruit and Confectionery.  A. N. SMITH.  i  )i\  i  m  8  /1  a  .'i'i  vi  i  7i]  J  St  I  1  ,m  -f.  XI (  m  ��������� >i  I*.!  id  AU  ri

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