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 :,_!_ ..���������.. JU.; - -z:r~JL.-J~i**zrzg?'- ---s-n*���������1:  I   fMi.W������aBrf������tll������.K->l-->J/~*-^  /  I-  ,f  'CY^-UaAuaJ'      AjyAi;yAy;7f'\  Vol    V.   No 96  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY,   DECEMBER 7, 1901.  $2 OO a   Year in Advance  saxraiai-ns-.-i  '<Jo  u<������4<������<rtt������^^-d'<zV3^a'>^s^'^*i?'^d'<������c4V*������*>*3  The largest, and most, complete  ���������.lock  in Kootenay.  TIM*: MALTK.SFDRAXD. Hip  and Knee Boots, also Laced anil  1 and 2 liucklo Luuilieruien's  Knag Proof Boots. 'J'hese particular lines of Uubher Goods  are guaranteed by us.  Ladies'. Cent's mid Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  A large importation and .1 complete assortment ol' SLATER'S  fn mons Boots and Shoe.--, King's  and Hell's Boots anil Shoes,  "Weston's Youths' and Children's Roots and Shoes. Tlie  ahove are the very Iiest hoot  jiik'I Shoe manufacturer*-: in  Canada and the" goods 'are  warranted the best ou the  market.  CARPETS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECIAL REDUCTION for  this month in CARPETS ANC RUCS  ���������Beautiful selections ��������� choice  Patterns.  ������������������" The Linoleums are directly imported and are first-class in  every respect. ,    .    ���������  Flannel a,nd  Flannelettes  Our stock of Flannel and Flan-  nellettesfor this Fall were the  Best ever put. on the niiu'ket  hero and met with a ready sale.  HORSEFLY  nra mi  iPx  upon result of garnishee action at  ii'osslan i.  Kim-sr v. Coniei foi-d���������Elliott for  plaintiff. JJeC.ii-lei' for defendant.  Adjourned lo ueM Council.  Ilex v Junius .1. .Smith���������MeCarter fur  llu* Crown, O'Brien for defendant.  DeiVt-d.iiil w;is lonvieted of ,a charge  of lining grievous bodily harm to John  A. But'kliiiiu on Nov. lSlh at Golden.  j Tin* judge suspended sentence on his  Stimulate/Revelstoke to Take I ,ut.0llIlt; u.UinS him tlmt there was no  The Journal Map of the Newly  Discovered Shalicw diggings.  ,���������Ashcroft Enterprise Should  l'  b  b:  and Quilts  We have just received a new  Hue of the above articles and  placed them for sale. Special'  Bargains in AVI UTE AVOOL  Blankets.  men ['  Goods  Advantage ofthe Stampede.  Tho Ill*:i:.\l.l) hog* lo ackiinwii-ge  ���������.vitli thanks ilie rsi-uipt of u copy of  the As-hcroft Journal -Map of the  country, in which Ihe recent discoveries of shallow placer ground have been  made. The map lakes in the ci-untry  between B.irkerville nnd Lac hi Uache,  norlh ami south and between the  Eraser and Lhe Clearwater weal anil  east. The topographical feattues of  the district within these limits nre  very clearly shewn, with as much  accuracy as can reasonably be  expected. 11 i.s at till events the only-  map to date, on which any reliance  can be placed, as Ihe last published  provincial government map of the  interior is for any section twenty miles  oil' the beaten tracks purly an affair  of imagination. The map can be  consulted by ihose wishing to. do sti  in this ollice. Ils publication at this  juncture shews an cnterpriseing spirit  nn lhe part of the Journal, which is  very commendable. The whole population of that town are evidently Viiry  much alive to lheir oppoi tunilies a ml  intend to make Iho merry long green  hay, while the sun shines.  It   is   gotling:'about   time   for   the  business men of Revelstoke   to   begin  to sit up and take notice.     This   is   a  chance to inaugurate our water  runic  to  the   north   and   Lo   advertise   thc  resources of the country   tributary   lo  Revelstoke up there which wo had no  reason   lo   expect   would   occur   and  which, if let go   by,   is   certainly   not  likely to occur again.     Willi   a  little  vim and energy displayed   right  now,  we could     have    steam     navigation  established   between   Bevelstoke "and  Canoe River hy next June.    AA7e ought  to find out at * once   what   the   Public  Works Department intends to do with  the appropriation". voted~ last ".session  for   thc   improvement  of   the   upper  river, if it takes a delegation to Ottawa  to do it*.    The capital interested  above  Death Rapids should be approached in  a definite, business like  way,  lo   help  get a second steamer i'or the run above  the rapids in  hand at once   so   a*!   to  be ready for use next  summer.     The  tramway proposition should be put on  a practical footing, so  that construction can he rushed through a.s early   its  possible next spring.   As soon as these  details are well iu hand,   it   would   be  possible  to  make such an  announce  ment of the advantages of  the  lievelstoke route into tlie new gold fields   as  inevitably   attract .tile   attention    of  those intending to   go  in   there   next  year.   The route is till 'iffht, if we can  only make the necessary  connections.  But   there   is   no' time    to     be     lost,  thinking about it.  mom in B. C. lor such men us he and  idvi.-ed him to get out, as soon as  p, ism hi-.', otherwise he might give him  a heavy sentence.  Golden and East Kooienay Trading  Co. v. Lund���������Action for $250. Judgment, for plaintilV for $200 without  interests or costs. O'Brien for plaintiff,  .Mt Carter for defendant.  Staff Officers Appointed.  The complete li.-t of stair appointments for the C madian Mounted  Infantry, now being organized for  South Africa, i> as follows:  fn Command���������Colonel Evans,  C. S3.  Second in Command ���������Major JUerrilt,-  of Toronto.  Adjutant���������S'**rgeanl-Majtir Church.  .Mounted Police. Regina.  Quarter-Master���������Sergeant J. Gr.ih-  am, Mounted Infantry, Winnipeg.  Mpilii.il Ofiicer���������A. J. Devine, A. M.  S., AVinnipeg,  Surgeon���������  Riddell,  Veterinary  Calgary.  Although the list is nnt yet given  out officially, it may be taken as cor-  lect. All the names have to be  submitted to thu AVar Ollice for  appioval.  Colonel Evans had a free hand in the  selection of his stall". All on the list  have seen acl ive service in South  Africa and have a good lighting record."  With the exception of Major Merritt.  lhey are all from the AVest.  Halifax has het.-n selected as the  puint of communication. , ' ���������  *iV  ������_.a-j  m PLATINUM  Camborne  The fifty foot contract on thc Camborne group which is the commencement of the big 5500 foot tunnel is  just completed and a new-contract toi.  a further extension of the work will  be made at once by the" Northwestern  Development" Syndicate. Thu "Long  tunnel'' as it is named*-will be driven  all winter either by contract or day's  labor. Other extensive development  operations on the .property are* in  contemplation as soon' as liieminers  can get on the ground nexlspring. -  Information Given by the Ontario Department of Mines in  Their Monthly Bulletin Issued  for the Benefit of the Industry  in That Province.  The Oi tober bullet iu issued by ihe  Ontario Government Assay ollice  Incited at Belleville, contains the  following timely information about  pin t in tl in. When British Columbia,  lhe great mining provinc.-. manages lo  get a real depart incut, of mines of ils  own, we sh.ill not have lo go to  Ontario for informal inn.  "The commercial use of inetalliu  platinum is being so widely extended  tit piesent ami the consumption increasing at such a rate that ingot  platinum is now quoted al, $21,00 per  ounce, platinum in the mo being  worth about $17.00 per ounce according to assay value.  "The value of pluinum is not likely-  soon to decrease, hence any ore carrying platinum capable of beingextraeted  commercially is in constant demand.  The rise in value of platinum is caused  by increased consumption iu phnlogra-  pliical work, electric .lighting, incandescent, lighting, mantles heated by  burning g'is, instrument making ancl  various apparatus made entirely or in  part of platinum and other uses in the  arts.  "Platinum is principally found in  the native form, ocLurrim; generally  in alluvial sands associated with  gurnets, magnerite, topaz, corundum,  zircon, nabive gold and oilier heavy  minerals. Platinum metals are found  as small grains or scales of a bin white  color when cleaned with'nitric acid.  The scales are generally loo line to  catch the eye, and collect with a heavy  fine sand as streaks of brown or lead  colored particles which are veiy  heavy and can ' be concentrated by  washing with running water or by  panning.,  "The ordinary riffles in a gold saving  sluiceway " will not'save--.ill of the  'platinum'metals to be"found iii alluvial  sand as some of the value creeps over  and is lost. Nor will the platinum  metals ��������� amalgamate wilh mercury  without special treatment.  "Tliete iii-p several "satisfactory  methods . of concentrating alluvial  sands mi as to save the platinum metals  .-mil full information regarding I hese  methods   will   be. sent   to   inteiesled  parlies on application.  ������������������ A li*it of metallurgical linns in the  market for platinum ores will also tie  seal, on application.  ".Sample.i of heavy placer sands  supposed to carry platinum will be  examined by qualitative methods to  delect the presence or absence of  platinum at a nominal charge by sending samplos^to tho above laboratory.  "Platinum occurs in the Sudbury  mining district as sperrylite, which is  a combination of platinum and arsenic  found in the gossan of the Vermillion  nickel mine. The matte formed by  smelting the nickel-copper hearing  pyrrhutiles of the Sudbury dislricl  contains platinum which is saved in  the process of refining the metallic  contents. It is possible that clo*>er  search of placer sands will result in  finding more of this valuable metal  in paying quantities for working by  hydraulic methods,"  Mf  IE FRASER  Untouched Wealth.  The rUc in the price of quicksilver  has led to :i fresh impetus in mining  and prospecting for cinnabar in  California. The consumption of and  demand for mica is still on the increase in the United .States. There is  a constantly increasing demand for  nickel, chromium and platinum. All  three occur in the same class of rocks  altered eruptives rich iu magnesium.  A small por centage of nickel can he  profitably mined but chromium ores  require at least 50 per cent, of chromic  oxide to be marketable. Platinum  oceur.-j in considerable quantities in  the placer gravels of this province. It,  is worth more than gold, hut it litis  iiovor boon saved to any extent *ind  quantities of it wore, actually thrown  away hy the old time placer miners.  There is little doubc that it could be  obtained in paying quantities if a  scientific effort was made to win it.  Blue. Jay.  AVord came down from the Blue Jay  on Thursday, that pay dirt ��������� had been  struck in the channel. E. A, Bradley,  manager of the.Duquesne Mining Co.'s  pi operties.. on ._*:;Smithj'.,** Creek, '.yleii  yesterday'inorning for the properly  to make an inspection of the work antl  will return in-about ten days time.  Favorable news of the. property may  confidently ho anticipated .on hi*  return. The scientific handling of the  Blue Jay ia likely to start Lhe ball  rolling to p'.iL the one time famous  platers of the Big Bend on their old  footing.  AV  are showing a splendid line  Pa liie Cloths���������bleached  unbleached,   colored, -Towellings,  _Pilli_mv_.  widths.  loves  loves  ������������  ???  a so  .T.ust received an assorted shipment of Ladies' JCid Gloves  imported from Frace.  A Complete Line  of Groceries  As UMial* our stock of Groceries  aid the very hest, obi a i nablo in  1 he market.s'of the world. livery  article Fresh. Purchased iu  carload lots regularly every  month.  Ill Hi III I II' *������.iiMiim������,il������tJ,������'-r������C-.*I-i..MM������  Gent's  Furnishings  Out* lines in this Department  are most complete and we  carry a, carefully selected stock.  Tliey include the Latest Styles  in Hats���������hard and soft���������Shirts  White and Colored, Collars,  Cull's, Underwear, Imported  Goods, Hosiery, etc.,' and we  specially call your attention to  our Imported Underclothing.  AVe are showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  CB.HUME&CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Co  and Bennett Fuse.  'kabie  Big Project of English Capital.  Sir Christopher Furness, 31. P.. left  for England Tuesday, taking with him  a signed contract for the building of  thirteen.. freight, carrying jstoamers. of  from 0,000 to 10,000 tons dead-weight  capacity, the capital, nearly S*>*!,000.  000, to-be furnished by Americans  Besides this he has also made arrange  meiits with the Clei-gue interests at  Saulte Ste Marie, Canada, for the  erection of an immense shipbuilding  plant, to be erected at Saulte Ste.  Marie close to the junction of the Soo  Canal and Lake Superior. He will  erect steel works which vi ill cost  approximately :*!10.(Ji.0,0fl0. and the  iron and coal fields of CVnitda will  furnish the raw material. Before  sailing, Sir Christopher said that  during the two months hu had spent  in this country, he had found why the  United States manufacturer is crowding the British produce*.. 11. cause he  believes that Canada is sure l o profit  by the greatness of the Uni; jd States  he has chosen to locate hU ne:. I project  there. The drawback of ict_* iu the St.  Lawrence River would he overcome  by immense ice crushing steamers,  which would be constructed.  County Court.  His Honor Judge Forin held county  court here on Wednesday. The  docket was a brief one. all the cases  coming from the Lardeau.  Beck v. Blockberger���������MeCarter for  plaintilV; Scott for defendant. Order  made for examination of witness  before registrar.  Brown & Pool v. Scott���������Elliott for  plaintiff. . Judgment for plaintiff for  $37.  Elliott v. McPherson���������Elliott plaintiff, MeCarter for defendant. Judgment for plaintiff.  Peel v Cummings���������Scott for plaintiff,  MeCarter for defendant. Judgment  for plaintiff for $200.  Rowland v. Blocklierger.���������McCaiter  for     plaintiff.   Scott   for    defendant.  , Judgment' for   plaintiff    conditional  GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH  _---^_Eot-mo_peyis���������wortli���������this���������waist-dis--  c'ounts anything you or we have  ever heard of in Ladies' Silk Waists*  ���������a brand ��������� new, up-to-date Silk  Watst, which for fit, finish and  workmanship, is simply . unap-  . proachable and' the equal of' any  waist at $6:50' ever offered in B. C.  will go on Sale Saturday morning  at this Store for  S4.75G.    ; ���������   S4.75C.  $4,753.  It is made of an extra quality of  Taftetta Silk, Hemstitched and lined  and may be hail in any size from 32  to 40 bust in all colors. In every  detail, style, make, fit or finish.  Thc waist is faultless and in it you'll  lind thc best ofthe latest little details  that find favor among" women of  stvle ancl good taste.  IADSES' STRAP SLIPPERS, $1.50.  You don't expect very .much ior  thc price, but this time you're in for  a surprise. This is a really worthy  Slipper of genuine Dongola, a natty  shape, well made and made to be  comfortable. There's a lot more  than a Dollar and a Half's wear and  looks in "this fine slipper.  KEW SILKS-  =^-Xou���������should-see-our���������New���������Striped*^  .tnd Fancy Silks, delicate tints, soft -  shades, pale colors.    These exquisite waist silks Paris has sent  us  for  evening wear.    You must come ancl  see ihem.  We have several pieces to offer on ���������  Monday. Rich, rustling Taffeta at  -a special price a.s you will sec.  High Class, New, Fancy Striped  Kvening Waist Silks in different  evening shades. Next .week per yd.  at ��������� 50c.  Five. Pieces Handsome Black and  Colored Taffeta ��������� all pure silk,  Lyons' Dye and finish, rich form,  rustling quality. Regular value  $1.25 per yard. Next week special  at 90c  THURSDAY'S DRESS C00DS  SS.25 BSack Boucle at 90c.  Wc have another remarkable Dress  Goods Offer to make for next week.  If you would like a really handsome  skirt, make-up of a fabric worth $1.25  a yard, for what ever cost you like  to pay for making after paying 90c.  a yard for $1.25 material, come to  thc Dress Goods Department on  Monday next.  "  MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.  r^-r������<������������������wf������wg^*r������tf-r������ ���������^������ww������t*rr-r������^rrre������r.r������'������������-7^^  Fatal Wreck of a Freight Train  at Nicomen Creek Near Lyt--  ton Yesterday Morning���������Engineer Randall and Fireman  Pottruff Instantly Killed.  \'.\.vt()uvi:i:. Dec. (i.���������'.'ljQ feet into  llu* Fraser Kiver canyon was the leap  niude liy llie engine of a freight lt:iin.  ���������IA miles we.-t of Lytton. at 5.13 this  moining. Fngiueer Arthur I.'andall  nml fireman Krue.st Pour;;.)', Iioiii  married men and residents of Kam-  loop.*,. were instantly killed. The  wrt!"k was Cii-isod liy a rock slide.  The train was in charge of Conductor  Iliuris Another freight train had  passed the same poinl lens than llirc-e  hours previously, nntl the watchman,  who patrols the beat, h:id covered it  twice during the niglit. the last time  less than nn-lioui* liefore the accident.  Randall was one of the most trusted  engineers on the road. (W. PottrulV.  hr;<keman of Kevelstoke. is a brother  of Fireman PottruH'.)  Tabloids  A Halifax,   M. ti.   despatch report-;  the burning of . the   house   of    Koht.  Campbell at e,:ist  I-'ally ^fountain and  thu perishing   of his 'A children in llie  fliime.t.  The largest captures of Boers made  in miiny months occurred on" Thursday, when three columns secured an  aggregate tif '2T,il prisoners" with only a  few casualties; ou either side.  It has been definitely decided to call  the Dominion parliament for Feb. 1st.  XV. K. Biikciv assistant to tlie second  .vice-president of the -0." P. R.. -.who  looked after the special train of tlie  Royal party .during: their, Canadian ���������  :toni*������������li'������V~*V&Siv6d'f'''iai?','&ljd*;';3iive"i*  .jardh.iero "anil a silver cigar holder  from the Duko ancl Duchess 'aivl the  members of the staff respectively.'  'flic'ilalil'ax Board of Trade is  asking the Dominion government to  allow lht* C.P.I?.' to- run the Intercolonial railway.  Kev. Dean O'Meara of AVinnipeg  died yesterday morning.  "Win. Stitt. assistant general .passenger agent, of, the C.P.R. at Winnipeg was presented with a purse ������500  by the wholesale merchants of  Winnipeg before leaving for Australia.  A "fire in the Liverpool Exchange  destroyed the Chamber of Commerce  anil tho Exchange news rooms.  Queen ' AVilhelmina and Prince  Henry of the Netherlands have made  up aim the Prince has returned to the  palace.  Czolgosz, the assassin   of   president  "MtiKinley;   was   puSlicly   cheered   iTP  Chicago Thursday night at a   meeting  addressed    by   Abraham   Isaak.   thc  editor of Free Society.  The Orient express 1 an through the  station building at Frankfort, Germany, yesterday. The air brakes  failed to work.  Turkish troops at. .Mecca mutinied  because they were not paid. Thc  money was sent.them fiom Constantinople, i*  The parliament of Peru   his   passed  1 gold standard law.    All  silver coins  ��������� ire lo be called   iu and   exported   anil  bar .silver   und, gold   issued   in   Iheit-  place.  Sixty-five persons were poisoud at a  wedding at Prairie dn L-tc, Win-cousin.  All will recover.  Action is to be taken by the Victoria  --shippers against the While Pass and  Yukon railway for a return of freight  and passenger rales on the ground  that the rale., are not approved as  tvt.uired- by the Canadian Itiilway  Act.  Two Icelander.-, two Indians and an  10ngl*.lmian have been di owned in the  northern ������p.u*t of Like Winnipeg  lulling. The ice broke underneath  them.        .  .  Five more deaths have occurred as  a leiitlt of the head end collision  between two p.isf-enger trains near  Mai vei n. Ark.  A despatch from Allahabad, India.  says, that Gen. Dinnir-gs column, trom  .laiulola has been raiding the Mahsnd  villages in WazirUtan and has had 10  men killed and 10 wounded.  >.:.-l:������?  :\ ^foelstolt* i[mU anil ^nilwaa  Published liy  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Senil-M'eeklv Journal published in the  luleruMi ot Hie railway men. mlnlni. ii"'" itnn  bui-lnt-*-*- men ol thi* Weal. Uay*. "I l'libllentum  Weila.-silay ninl Satuiday.  ADVr.RIISlNC  1.ATK1.  ti  I  Dls'Uv Hili.,?1.50 per ineh;   single column,  iier   meli   wlu-n inserted, ou    title    page  l.egalads., 10 cents per ineh (nonpariel. 1 l  Ior lir-a insertion; fl cents tor each additional  insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line eneli  ismie. Birth, Marriage ami Death .Notices  tree.  SVBSCKIITI0N   ItATKS.  Hv mall or carrier, ������'*! per aniuiin; $1.23 for  t'xx'months, strictly in ailvitneo.  OUK JOB DEPAKTMKST.  Isone ot the best equipped printing oHices In  the We.t and prepared to execute till kinds ol  printing fn nrstelass style at honest prices,  one price to all. No job too lurge-none tun  minll���������for ns. Mail orders promptly attended  to.   liivc us atrial on your next order.  TO COIUiESl'O.N'DKSTS.  We   Invite  correspontlencu on  any subject  .of interest to the general public.     Iu all cases  lhe bona tide name of the writer must iici-inii-  liaiij*  manuscript,    but    not  necessarily  lor  publication.  Address all communications to the Ma.iiij.cr  NOTICE TO COItUESl-ONnnSTS.  he    legibly  prospectors, as we did long befeie  these new discoveries were made.  Thero is not it tributary of tho Col*  uiuhiti from Smith creek norlh, which  is not worl.h a careful examination.  There is hut little sense iu following  the stampede over .miles nl dead  ground from Aslu-rofl and llie we.*-t.  The rush is heading this way. The'  simplest course to pursue i.s to lake lhe  route from li *i-el*-lnki* and lhe easl  and meet it. 11, will I.i: found shorter,  tasier, cheaper and lhe object of the  trip is more likely lo be attained.  NEGLECTED RESOURCES  -All    correspondence    must   he  ten on one side ol the paper only.  1.  wrlue  ���������J.���������Correspondence    containing      personal  matter must be signed with the proper  name  ol the writer,  ti. K.CItOUAN, Editor.  Satukoay,   Dkckmhku 7, 1001.  TIIE WA y TO GO.  -It is a fact, says the Ashcroft  Journal," that the headwaters of the  Horsefly, the divide between there  and Clearwater river, the headwaters  of Niagara river, and the Goat river  country, have been at most, only  hurriedly visited. It has been the  belief of old timers for many years  that the Goat river country was a  promising placer ground, only so believed from the fact of an occasional  hurried trip of a prospector who  would report favorably in a general  way. Some live or six years ago a  small appropriation was made by the  Government and the Gold Commissioner at Barkerville sent in an expedition toward the Goat river  counUy. Their work was most incomplete a lack of trails preventing their  leaching the section they wished to  is it, and the small appropriation did  not allow the work to be done in any  satisfactory manner. But from the  best evidences obtainable it is a conclusion that can not be gainsaid that  there is wealth of vast extent to yet  he uncovered in northern British  Columbia ;in the placer belts, with  every reason tp believe that the headwater of the Ilarsefly and Clearwater  rivers, where such mammoth quartz  lodes are recently reported; will turn  out to be mining claims of great  value."  ln an inleresting interview published in the Onlgiiry Herald, Tt-in Wilson,  the well known IJ.iiilV guide gave  uxprKssion to the idea that lhe LouiisL  industry is one lo which more a I leu tion  should be paid. Wwilx.'il.ind makes  twenty million dollars every }i*nr out  til" hur sceiu'i'V, \W are only jusl  beginning to find out that, we can Ileal*  the Swiss scenery hands down, 'The  great ranges of Ihe Rockies and  .Selkiik Intve now been traversed by  the railway for sixteen veins, but we  are only just beginning to know  anything at all aboul the greater part  of the. country immediately adjacent  to the right of w.ty, The recent  discovery of the Voho valley close to  Field is a case in point. It is described  as an open valley surrounded by  magnificent parks and glaciers bigger  than anything in .Switzerland. Even  here right in Revelstoke within a  radius of 23 mile's from lhe centre  of the town is an area of combined  rivei and mountain scenery, which  would alone sullice to make the fortune  of ils inhabitants, in the older couul-  l'ies of the easl and Europe. Between  this place and Albert Canyon is a  great big game preserve, which itself  if properly advertised and exploited  would attract members of sportsmen  to our town. There is no necessity lo  IhinlOhcit the whole iuluru of the  place is bound up with lhc C. tMi. "pay  roll and the price of silver. We have  resources, which need nothing but  bold and persistant advertising to  turn a stream of ready money inlo llio  business of the place.  The above paragraph bears out in  every particular the contention of the  Herald that the country to which  prospectors shouid give their attention  is to the east and on the Revelstoke  aide of the discoveries, which have  ���������already heen made on thc Horsefly  and heralded all over the oontinent  The sirike of the placer gravels in  British Columbia is like everything  else northwest and southeast. They  lie from Big Bend to Cassiar. through  Cariboo. The old miners only touched  this great belt in high places. With  wages at ten dollars a day, gravel^that  would not with the crude appliances  in vogue in the sixties go better than  ____that_figure was abandoned   without a  1  <*?y  i  1  I  I  ������3  S  IS IN-THE HEART OF THE GREAT FREE  GOLD  GAMP $  ON   FISH   RIVER. I  jit,  jt...:  VPi  Hi  ONLY FOUR MILES  FROM  NAVIGABLE WATERS. G|  Two and One-Half Hours take you to thc Main Line ofthe Canadian Pacific Railway. |[S|  A place of Great Business Possibilities. <gj5  Now is thc time to make vour choice of Lots. ]fj|  M  CAMBORNE will be an important place on the Arrowhead and Kootenay Railway Line as it istributary   to   Pool   Creek tog  which has large numbers of Mineral   Properties  under diflerent  stages  of development.      The properties now being opened J_s  up " The Imperial Development Syndicate "and the  Northwestern Development Syndicate are almost at its door,  besides j������j|  Free Cold Propositions, Lead, Silver and Copper Properties are within four miles. ������8  ii SIBBALD & FIELD  I  w  fey  ���������^-S-S&i'&ftic  Agents.  ^^m^mi^m^'mMm&xWm^^m^wmmm^Mms&^^m^  NOTE AND COMMENT.  A GOOD  NAME   Is butlCL' thun riches   Wc have the name ol making  the only Stvlish Suits in Town  ���������for durability aiul quality  they ulso excel.   ��������� tpv piSTE  R.S. 'WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  \ME TABLE  NOTICE.  second thought. These new discoveries  are picking up the lints which the old  timers passed over. They may have  known there was gold on the Horsefly, the;Clearwaterand Canoe|River but  under the prevailing conditions the  ground was not rich enough for them.  That is why, in spite of the fact that  there were at one time some twenty  thousand prospectors running over lhe  country from Wild, Horse to Dease  Lake, ii is still very much worth while  to trace up their tracks and go over  their leavings-  )���������  ���������  Now of all the gape which th������y left  there is none, in which a thorough  exploration is more lilccly to be  rawaided than that between the two  famous old time camps of the Big  Bend and Cariboo. Tbe district lying  between the two is but little known.  Ils very geographical features are  .more or less a matter of conjecture.  It may ba said to be almost virgin  ground as far as prospecting is concerned. But it lies comparatively  close to railway and steamboat transportation and directly in the line of  thc strike of the placer gravel belt.  The recent discoveries have all been  i ight in thin line. From Horsefly east  to Eureka, ftom Eureka east to Fraser,  from Fraser east to the Clearwater  From the Clearwater lo tbe Canoe  and Columbia lies a stretch of country,  roughly speaking about SO miles  across, directly in line and connected  by navigable water with Kevelstoke.  This is the section to which the  Hkrai.d would direct the attention of  The Tribune advises the editor of the  Herat.d to pay a visit to Halt yon and  sjak his head but ii, fails lo answer  the HlillAl.u'S arguments on * the  redistribution question. Of course,  when the great John Houston had  thought np a u-ilis-l ribution scheme  which looketl all right on paper] it was  impertinent of a lot of mere railway  men and woodchoppers in North  Koolenny to venture lo think lhat  they had any say in the matter. ''But  we ate slightly outside o[ thc Houston  sphere of influence up here and it  comes just as natural for us to have a  scrap with him as wiLh anybody else.  We do not intend to go away back  and sit down in order to give Nelson  an everlasting cinch on lhe front pew.  Bar silver 50 }*. This is the lowest  notch since August, 1S07. At the beginning of the year lhe white metal  stood at 02 and 03 and it was confidently anticipated that with the close of  the troubles in China a further rise  would take place. Then again the  smelter trust was to keep the price up,  but ever since the trust got control it  has   been   steadily   declining. The  reason assigned is that the supply  exceeds the demand but the trust was  formed to regulate this very matter.  Possibly it.has not .vet succeeded _ in  jarring   loose    the     wicked     London  TAKU NOTICE tlmt CO tlays after (late I  t intend to apply to tliu Chief Commissioner  of I.ulitis and Works for permission to eut and  carry away timber from the following described lands:  Comment'!'UK at a post marked Poser F.  Perry's .southeast t'orner post situate about 200  feet from Seott Creek, thence west -10 chains;  thcucenortli IfiO chains; Ihence cast *10 chains;  thenee south 100 chains, to the place of commencement; containing G10 acres.  ROGER F. PERRY.  Goldtiehls. B: C, Oet. 17th, 1901.      Nov. 6-tI.  Notice.  brokers, whom Mr. Guggenheim some  months ago hl-uned for these fluctuations of lhe silver maiket. Whoever is responsible, it makes little  difference to Kimtenay. All we have  to do is to take it in the neck.  There is a rail'.v.iy employe at  Guthrie. Oklahoma, who is dead on to  the situation, lie was fu ed and could  not get his wages. STii. Ho he entered  suit and got tht* sheriff to attach m  passenger train wilh the tieasurer's*  privato car on the rear end of il.  When Lhc engineer tried to pull out.  he found his engine anchored by a  logging chain attached to it by (he  sheriff". The treasurer put up a line of  talk about half an hour long with the  sherilr but he finally had to put up the  70 s-imoleon.***. There are ways it seen>������  lo overcome the red tape reluctance of  the railway companies to pay before  Lhey get feeling really good and ready.  The following Liquor Licenses have lieen  received for the Itevclstoke License district,  vi/.:  tl, P. P... Glacier House, Glacier, 11. C.  Edward Harrington, Merchants' Hotel,  Illecillewaet  Swan Ardersou. Windsor IIotel,|Illecillewaet  K. J. Kerr, Arrowhead Hotel, Arrowhead.  J. .1. Folev, 1 ake view Hotel, Arrowhead.  Thus. McXaught, Halcyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium, Halcyon Hoi Springs.  Michael Grady, St. Leon Hotel, St. Leon  Springs.  K. J." Ilndion. Leland Hotel, Nakusp.  John Hector, Columbia House, Saku.sp.  Thomas Abriel. Hotel Grand, Nakusp.  T. J. I.ovell. ISurton Hotel, llurton City.  Isaac Bate Nock, Pioneer Hotel. Thomsons  Landing.  'I'.   W.    Grahame,   Prospector's   Kxchauge.  Thomson's Lending.  J. A. Cameron, Hotel Queen's, Comaplix.  It. f>. Macleod, Lardeau Hotel, Coniapli.c.*  ��������� 'ory'-'Menhimek, I'endragon Hotel, Camborne.  J, A.Grev, fcva Hotel, Camborne.  Antl further take notice that the regular  meeting of 'lie Board of License Commissioner' will be held in the Lake View Hotel,  Arrowhead, on the 16th day of December, al  the hour of eleven o'clock, 10U1.  II. A. UPPKR,  Nov.-2"-tf Chiefl.icence Inspector  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Landing and Comaplix, t-ommencing October  Mth, l'JOl, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix  twicedaily���������10k. antl l&k.  Leaving Comaplix and Thomson's Landing  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:10k antl lil:*lyk  Slaking close connections with all C. P. It,  Steamers antl Trains.  Tlie owners reserve the right to change times  o������ sailings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  I-'IIKK   11US  SIKETS  ALL T11A1SH.  I-'IH&T CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  I1KATKD 11Y   HOT All!,  Hl.AaONAHl.l-:   KATUfci.  Brawn &. Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  il  iS4>  ���������B  a-t'A  (ifi?  ������a  5,E8'  ^_i2*  ti  A large range of Point Lace,  lliu-hess ami Ilattenburg  llraitls, Stamped Designs,  Stamped Linens, lCinbroidery  Needles, Hooks, A:e.'  Ilerlin and Zephyr 'Wools, all  shades, Slipper Soles, Valen-  scieneesLaee, Insertion.  Call at the _  MADISON -PARLORS.  Misses Sheppard & Bell  * McKenzie Avenue"'    oc'JS  (tt?:  iy.j  m  m  m  "*5  zhzoimiie: g-ie-lowztnt  jtsTOTIOIE.  TAKE NOTICK lhat sixty days after date I  inlend to applv io the Chief Oommissioner  of Lands and Wo'rks for permission to purchase a parcel of land described as follows:  Commencing at a post marked Alice Perry's  No. 1 IJi'**t; thence we������t *10 chain--*; thence  North lOchaln**; thence East'2������clialns; thence  South 10 chains lo point or commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of It,  !���������'. I'<-fr-,'< pre-emption follonins McKcn/.le's  .���������*.'o.-U)-\*.'c-*t -Line,   containing about SO acros,  more or let1*.  Gtd-1 Holds, Nov. 27.;  '.������11.  ALICE I'KRRY.  Dee. 1*1 m  The very best on the market today,"  Including:  Potatoes,  Carrots,  E7CV   etc.,  Cabteage,  S IStTEipS,  ETC.  Also lirst quality of well cured  Timothy Hay  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROWLE,  ���������; P.evelstoke, 11. C.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  ITOTIOE  ���������ft*/Wisf  ~wm.'-~  ���������'"V  W&7Ty������l '*  Si  Now is thc time  to leave your orders for  Christmas Cakes  There will be on hand for the Holiday  Trade a complete lino of Fruit nnd Con-  lectioncry.  A. N. SMITH.  N  OTIf  Ii-Tt-by given that :>0 tlays after  laic I Inti-nd to apply to -.he Chief Com-  ini**-ioiit-rof Lands and Works for permission  to t-Mtaud carry away limber from the follow-  ing described Un(l������:���������Commctieln*< at a post  at th- -nuili-caii corner ol I'.oxer V. Perry's  pre-emption, marked "S-r>utb**a-t rorncr of  tiirib-*!-limit apr-'I'd for by K. J. Cold-ninth";  thi'iii'ts ������<***t lo chains; ih'-iic* north Ifi*- chain*';  tln-:i<"- <*a������t ill chain- ti> *>I*ii t.'reuic; thenc*  following the mt-antlcrlnsts of Kl-h Creek loj  ci.alns to point of commencement; containing  Glti acres, mor** or less.  r. J.f.oLi)s\:iTii,  Thomson's Landing, October ictli, 1001.  J. Albert Stone  Prop  CANADSASS3  PACSFIC RAILWAY  U  l.ffec.lve October III, 1001  IIOOHIA- STKEKT CAR  _V1I-:I2TS~AL,L TRAINS.  I1AR 1VKI.I, SUPPLIED BY THI2 CHOICEST  WINKS,   I.KJUORB  AND  CIGARS   _������nmj&euinrrfr.iiTiiiiri  n_.������ ...... ���������������������������nut m..ar.lt*rr*m*m  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  E-i  XVe. have purchasers for till kinds of metalliferous mines and prospects, unci desire to hear from prospectors and others having property  i'or sale. "  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled.  Send us reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Office.  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.    <  Nelson, 3. C.  Box 700.  ������*��������� .v.t.Lt.-itt,i-j.:v.iimr  U_.ixum_.lf "i-WHJI  II. C.' l'AUSON, 1'rci.idont.  i'i* *' l1'-JgiJ^nlTajnuatmiuwJwlww  an*mLt,MiAf..,-ALi.jffi.t*B  M. J. O'llRIEN, MitnitKlng Director  lLe Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRANS AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  I  Revelstoke, B. C.  Certificate  of Improvements  2TOTICB-  flold III 11 Mineral Claim, situate In" the  Rf-.-elstolttf Mining r>ivl?!ou ol Kootenay District.  Where Locate!: In Ground Iloj Ba-dn, on  McCull ouyli Creeic.,  TAKK NOTICE tlia*. I. C. Is. JItimc, Free  .Miner'.-- Certitiintc No. v., -i'lW, Intend, nlJtty  days from the tlnt<* hereof, to apply to thu  Mining Recorder Ior af ertliirale r������! Improve-  ineiit--, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  (inuiloi the atOTC claim.;  And fnrtlitr Ink': notice* that action,  under  Section  '.'Li, mint  l,e cornroenci'tl   hefore    the  iSHtiant'c 11 Mit*h Cerlilinnte of  Improvements.  Hated this 1th day of Septi-inlj*'r. 1901.  C.T.. llt'NK.  ' Oct. 11 ��������� tl  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The [choice   land   norlh   of   track,  between Ta.-piiiK's and Long'*, will  he   subdivided for sale as  soon os  pn^Hlblc.  O. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B.C  r. O. l:ox, -l2*->.  EASTBOUND  V/ESTBCUND  8:20  17:10  Passengers boolccd to all  Eastern, Canadian ancl U.S.  Points.  Berths reserved on Atlantic  Steamers for passengers to  the Old Country.  Direct Steamer Service from  Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full   information and illustrated  pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Ascnt  Kevelstoke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Pftsienger Agent  Vancouver.  aj.mr.'.'.un.g.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.E  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give sub-  stantial 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. \V. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, et������.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left nt Jt. M. Smythe's Tobacco  Store, or by Tele phone No. 7 will receive prompt  attention.  Jas. I. Woodrow  UTCHER  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, Is again open to  the public. Meals served at all  hours. ii  A. REBUOHESE,  Prep  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  C0T5r������.?S3S&. fcBYBMSOEB, B.8.  Express Delivery  All   orders    left   at   W.   JM.  Lawrence's   will    be    promptly  attended to.  -H. Cook.  I  m  i  I  i  <tj  w ������������������������^w������������������������"���������'""TIIfflllMMIII llimiT  '&'lt<mwWMUawJIie!������&Z������ZSZ3SnZZlT,  -r������mgrt^xs^^re^,-7^7^r^*ri^-y^-jTfFfrl7?Tyyj  ARCHIBALD      0OTT, Hancock, Mich.  P ETEH LAM        Ni'lson. U. 0.  CHARLES 1-1. STILLWEIVL, Nuleon, B. C.  JAMES A. MAGEE, ltev.ilst.ok.*, B. C.  EOARD OF DIRECTORS.  Hit. (i. A. Ji. HALL, Nelson, V,. C.  J. FRED HUM IS, Nelson, B. C.  JAMES P. BYERS. Ti-itil, B. C.  .). 0. T. OROKTS. Nulsi.n, B. ('!.  SAMUEL M. BUYDUES, Nelson, B. C.  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Nelson, B.C.  W IffVHftDMFN  .111!    E/L T Ll-Vl i ILll  B raco s*j>������ rated! under the Laws of Bsitss.fr Columbia.  Oi;,  Shares,  sb������ iiaacii.  HTfHJBHirT-'nrcrTr  ; aa������&������3!I2������ZZ������'_.'_a.'C_SEX&a  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NO] PROMOTER'S AMD NO PREFERRED STOCK,  vnm.l,.H.-i������?^f' .ii...'r*mxrnr^ --.rrr.Tje_t_2_3������:_--X  H52SH  Cambourne Group*, .9 Claims.   Oyster Gp������5 6 Claim  Located in tlie  Free Gold  Fish River Camp,  Lardeau Mining Division,  British Columbia.  FIRST  AL'LOTR  *-\T  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Gents Per Share.  -i., ���������t'/A.n!jj'vtg**u*a.������,-rry-;,aaEmrt*v*L.7iH.'i  In view of the splendid showings of both high and 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  Ofiicial Broker,  Revelstoke, B. G.  SECRETARY.  BOX 7G0, NELSON, B. C.  LEGAL  JM.'SCOTT   15 A., l.L.li.  liurrlstcr,      Solicitor,    Notary   Vnlilie,   Ktc.  .Mo Ken nil.' Avenue, Uevtlsltilce Station.  .Money to loan,  r_JAUYEY, I.I-CAUTES .t IMNKIIAJI  Uarristers. .Solicilors, lite.  Solicilors forliniiurlal Hank of Canada,  t'onipitnv fu mis to loan atS percent.  l-'iusT Si'itKET, Hevel-Uoke Station, li. C.  CHURCHES  Ml:.'HOI)l.VI' ClllilU'll,   KCVKIiTOKll.  I'rciu-liIiiK services at 11 a. in. and 7:::o p. m  (Jlu---> meeting at the close 01 the lnorimm  ������cr\icu. Subbiuli .School ancl Bible Class at .):ttu  Weehlv l'raver Meetnij. every WeUnCMlay  evening in 7-.111. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Rev. C. LAnsi.it, l'astor.  st. i'i.Ti:r. b uiukcii, anomcan.  Highlit.in., Holy Kucharist; 11 n.m., mil .^is,  I.i In ii v and .sermon (llolv tttu-liarisl ilrst Suu-  tlni- Iii the inontli); -2:.in Sunday bchool, or  children's* **ervice; 7:'.m Kvensong (rlioral) nntl  sermon. Holy Iliiyi���������The Holy Kucharisi is  eelchrated tit 7 a.ill. or 8 a.in., as announced.  Holy Baptism alter Sunday Kehoul *uil:l.i.  c. a. I'liocuNinii, Itector.  i'i*i-.**iiyti:uia.n- ciiukcii.  Service everv Sunday at 11 a.m. and ";"0 p.m.  to ������ hi nil ali are welcome.     I'rayer meeting al  ,Sp, in. everv Wednesday.  m:v. w. c. Cai.iii:i:, l'astor.  110MAN CAIIIOMC CIIUKCII.  Mass   at  HI:.10 a. in ,   on   lirst,  tccontl  antl  fourlh Sundavs lu the month.  BKV.   PATHI'.lt   THAYKIt.  SALVATION   Alt.MY.  Meeling every iiisht iii their  Hall on Front  SOCIETIES.  LOGOMOT!  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 25, Revelstoke, B.'C.  Mcels every Wcrlni'stluv in  OddiVllow.*.'' Hull at S o'clock  Visiting Knights invited,  ow.v. CO.::::::  11. Lewis, K. oif R. & S.  '  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658  tfCSiT"  Kegular meetings are held In Ihe  Oddfellow's llall on tho Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordlallY invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  W. G. DIKNEY, Eec.-Sco.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven  vears  at  Morfa   Works,  Swansea.     17   years   Chief  Chemist   to Wigan Coal and  Iron Co.,   Eiijj.  I.ale chemist and As**aver, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined antl reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  fm  9*  ttSSSTi  ARCHIBALD. J. SCOTT. President.  PETER LAM ONT, Treasurer.  OFFICERS.  DR. G. A B. HALL. Vice-Pffiideiifc  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Secretary  t=i*i..i.i~.iixv.-%ixai..A.\t���������,...m*r*-.'t.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  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   the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded  ���������        _ Development.     ";  ~. ~  by   -Mining  -Properties   now   under  HI  Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  evel  k'e  Is now open for business.    .  KGN3AY, "WEDNESDAY   AMIS  SATURDAY,  Hours:     io a.m  9  to 2  The Many Miles it has Run.���������  Comparison of English and  American Engines.  An English eii,**im.*. Iniiit in 1S70, h.is  run I.OUO.UOO Miili-.s ,md is slill in sei-  ncl*. Tlu* 111:1 lingers t*t' llu; rond t-t)  ivliich il. lii_*li)ii*_:s 1110 proud til this  record. In t.lit* United St.i^c*** :i iirat-  t-lnss pa-.ni'iijfcr l-iijjjuio makes from  100,1)0!) lo IIO.UD'J 111 ile.*. :t year, .tnd at*  tlie end til' twenty years it. iiipposi'il  to lie re.-uly Tor Llie siu-iip hr-.,|.. Seemingly. Amei-iLiins tire more extr.ivn-  ������.*inl llian llrili-lt railway manager**,  but tlie fiiniu'i' tio not think they are.  They helieve lheir policy is the mere  econoniiciil tine.  As soon lib ti Inrcmiolivi' is put in  service in lhe United States it is  pushed as hard as possihle in doing  proiitahlo work, nn the iissiimption  that hy the lime il has lieen driven  Lo ileal h tlict-i; will lie *-n msiiiy  iinpi.iveini.iit*** in Incuiiiulivi"* that it  will he '.lin-coiKiinietil to keep lhe old  one in .service, even il" item In** ivliuilt.  Thus, when slaves weie (heap a Unban  plainer would reason thai it was muro  economic lo work a >lave to death  tiiul liny a new one than in exact It*.-***  labor from a slave and I bus have lii-������  services I'or a longer Lime.  In England au engine in taken gieal  care nl'. It is res-Led oct a'sionally. Its  life is pioionged as much as pn-.sili._e.  Jlente it is "ilntl, an enp;iiii* can be  kept in service for lliirly years. Tie:  men at lhe head of Amet i-.ii 11 lailways  contend that so obi nn murine must be  an expensive one, because it cannot do  Llie cheaper work a niudern engine is  capable of. The Am,*iit"in policy i^  vindicated by its resiill!-. Freight  raLes on American roads have none  down because of the fearles-? use of  iiieehanical improvements by their  managers, freight rates in KtiKkiud  are hij;h. and do not come down.  One reason is that the managers of  the English roads have false ideas of  economy.  Rerl Tto**o Degree meet*! second nntl fourth  Tue.iU'iys oi oncli month; White Hose Decree  meet-, third Tnesdiiy of ench qunrter, in Odtlfcl-  lo������s Hull.   VihitiiiB brethren welcome  WM. WATSON, UY. EDWAKDS,  ���������   ->.*    President. ' Secretary.  p.m.  Ladies requiring, portraits taken  of themscives or their children  arc requested not to wear white  dresses or have ' much white  material round thc neck.  Come and sec mv local views,  cloud effects, telephoto views,'  pictures of the moon, etc. -  Thunderstorms ancl blizzards-  will be added as opportunity  occurs.  Wrigkb Porritt  H  , EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  Ktc. MOUNTED,..  DEEP. KUADS, BIRD!;  Kn rs Clennetl (ind l*e -Hired.  JUST K.lhT Ol-'  PIUCSBYTUKIAN OIIUUCII  Third Street.     ���������  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  ONCE  G. B. BATHO.  Ferguson, B. C.  *4Hb**************l**M**l'***fc**i'  PELLEW-HARVEY,  Mining Engineers  ancl Assaycrs,  VANCOUVER, Tl.ti.      3:stnhlislictl IfeM  V/ANTED.  Wnntetl iinniodiatelv n Cook and Wniter  Wnaes ?Dn and *Jj repetitively. Apply M.M  BtrcitAN.iN, Petiilrtigou Hotel, Camborne, octdt  ��������� Xmas Caids with local views of  Illecillewaet River and Pciwer House,  just the thine; for sending home to  vour friends. Kept only 111 Canada  Dm2 & Book Co, Revelstoke.  An Engineer's Bravery.  The coinage and judgment displayed.  by John Riley, an engineer on the  Pittsburg division of the Pmisylvania.  railroad, in stopping a runaway train  at Uie risk,of his life and thereby saving not only thousands of dollars,  worth of property, but possibly human  lives, has been handsomely rewarded  by the directors of the coinpanv, who  have presented him with ;i gold watch  valued at .<? 1.000 and 11 check for S300.  The , pivsuntat'ion was made, in the  TiOgun House parlors at Altoona on  Monday evening by General Manager  Hutchinson, on behalf cif the directors,  in the presence of Robert * Pit cairn,  superintendent and general 'agent of  the Pittsburg division, and; other  officials and employes. .      ���������   '  Tlio   watch   bears   upon    the inside  ease the following inscription :  "Given to John Riley by the   Board:  of Directors of the Pennsylvania Rail-  read Company for his courage,   judgment nnd high sense of duty   on   ilay  22, 1001."  " '  '  Jingineer  Riley's* locomotive    was  standing at Altoona when   the   operator rushed out  and 'notified him that  a runaway   train   of  30 freight   cars,  was dashing down tbe   mountain   toward Altoona and warning him to get-  bis engine out of tho way.     Instead of  complying with the operator's instructions Riloy ordered liis lireman to   get  out of the   engine   and   crowding   on  steam he ran   back   to "meet   the on-  rushing train, sanding tbe rails as   be  went..   As he saw it approaching about  three'mi Ies   to   the   westward   of Altoona, he'quickly reversed his engine  and started   it   forward,  gauging the  speed so that the impact   of   tho  run-,  awav train would rot derail   his locomotive and then sradualy reducing tbe  speed.      He   Was   unable to bring the  train to a full stop and his engine  was  lorced into several other   locomotives  on the track ahead of him." and   they  as   well   as   his   engine   were   partly  wrecked before the 1 rain  was   linally  stopped.     The   damage done was ex-  ceedinglv  slight   compared ��������� to   what  might have resulted had tbe   speed of  the runaway train not been checked.���������'  Philadelphia Record.  ASSAY WORK OF ALL UESCKIPT.0NS  UNDEHTAKEN.  vBtai   Era I la  ^n  **i        Ew*  hi*    r4i^i  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL  Testa iniitlt! up to li.OODIbs.  A speclnlty niiide ol elu'etiny Smelter  Pulps.  Samples from the Interior hy mail o  expre*,*i promptly ntli'mleil to.  ���������..Uorri'sponilencc soliclieil.J (_,..-.  ;  iVANCOUVER, E. C  ****w********************  im-m-m^moHt  .Successor lo P. Jenkins,  MaiiufaetiirerH of ���������  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing of Boots, Shoos  and Harness, a Specialty.  Next Door to Guy Barfoor's  You will find in  our Tailor Sliop a  very elaborate   variety   of lrall   and  Winter   Suitings  and    you'll   find  workmen who are 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 ancl  fit  and wear are duly considered, we can  and do'competc  with all ready-made goods, and all other tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  B.  o:R/E!Ss:M:.A.:isr, ���������--aaa^  The  Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave.  PUBLISHED' EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Is in a position to give as s^ood value for the  money expended, either for advertising" s; pace in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can b e given  by any other house of the kind in Briti sh Columbia. Write for Samples ot Printing. -AHwork  turned out promptly. One price to all. Ho job  can be too large or too small forT HE HEF*AIiD.  Laucfer's BaKery  For everything Fresh nnd Now  FKUIT CAKE        MADEIRA CAKE  SPONGE CAKE     SCOTCH CAKE.  LADY FINGERS   MACCA-l'.OONS  CURRANT DUNS DINNER ROLLS  1'UFK 1'ASTltY      1-1E8.  TARTLETS RUSKS for in Inn ts  OUR 8PECIALTY:    DECORATED CAKES.  Prompt delivery to any partof town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  MSLW&*  AND  SKK Till? BAHGAIXS AT  GUY JJAUHI-ZifS IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844- Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRINO  BLINDS. CURTAIN POLES. THIM MINOS. P ICT t: II13 MOULDS,  Etc. Cabinol, Milking. UholsU-nuK*' Pitturu FiiitiitiiK, Ptilishing.  and all kinds ol'vepairwork.  UNDERTAKING.  Colliiis madn nt a few hours' not iti*.    I"ini.-lu*d in eitbor Walnut.  Chei-rv, Black Cloth or Policed O-.U. nt EASITZUN PKICES.  ������3TlLRlfiE YEAUS EXPEHIENCE AT THE BUSINESS-  3SS.  REVELSTOKE   FURNITURE   CO'Y.  n  n 'Xmas Cards,  local Views,  ['dutiful Calendars  AT_  Canada Drug & Book Co  REVELSTOKE.  # p..  ^r> <tf������i</  BORN.  liomxaoN���������On  the (ith  inst..  and Mis. S). Robinson a son.  to .Air.  Notes of News.  .). D. S'hbald returned this morning  from^Vietoiia.  A. P. Cummin* of Ferguson, was in  town on Thursday.  A. A. Clarke of Camborne h:is been  in town this week.  Mis. T. E. L. Taylor is away at  Vancouver on a visit.  IJ. li. Campbell left Thursday evening on a trip to Ladysmilh.  The Nettie L. will ship 3000 tons of  ore to Trout Lake this winter.  The Christinas holidays in the public  school commence on Fiiday  the  20th.  To fetch a good price mica must be  in clear kheets 4x4 inches in size or  larger.  The Quadrille club hold their regular  -fortnightly dance next Thursday  evening,  Cory Menhenick left yesterday to  spend the winter in his old home in  Cornwall, England.  Ceo. II. It. Aman of Vancouver,  brotlier of C. J. Aman, arrived in town  on a visit this morning.  Thos. Underwood is mayor of Calgary and XV. Short mayor of Edmonton for 1002 by acclamation.  Ledger keeper Tweeddale of the  Imperial bank hits returned from his  holiday trip to New Brunswick.  A proof of the mildness of the fall is  found in the budding of the pussy  willows and elders round town.  The business before Lodge Royalty,  S. O. E. B. S. next Tuesday evening  will be the election of officers.  The regular monthly meeting of the  hospital board will take place on  Monday next* at 8 p. un. in the council  chanber.  Services in St. Peter's chin ch the  same as usual ' tomorrow, Second  Sunday in Advent, at 11 a. va. and  7.30 p. in.     .  The contractors on the A, Sz'.Si.. have  finished putting up their winter  quarters and there is no doubt that  work will be prosecuted all winter.  A Craig came up on Wednesday  from the Landing and took home Mrs.  Craig and child, who have been visiting Engineer and Mrs. Tomlinson for  some time. past.  Mrs. Minor of Cranbrook, a sister  of Geo. S. MeCarter. is in town visiting  Mrs. MeCarter and Mrs. M. K. Law-  son, on her way to California, her  future place of residence.  The Mountain Lion Mining Co. have  made the third payment of $1000 on  the .American mine to Abrahamson  Bros, and have informed them that  they are ready to take np the bond, if  the owners wish to accept.  The Socialist party in North port  have succeeded in electing the mayor,  three councillors, the city clerk, city  treasurer and health officer on their  ticket. The result was a complete  mirpriseto the old parties.  ������������������=-^Tlie���������bazaar��������� and���������entertainmen t-of-  the Talent Society of St. Peter's  church will come oif in the opera  house on the evening of Dec. 12lh,  A large number of tickets have been  sold and the affair promises to le a  gieat success.  Parents of children with mumps are  ii otified that uuder section S7 of the  Health Act they must notify the  Health otlice and Principal of the  public, school within IS hours from  the time of their first discovery of tin*  outbreak and keep their household  from going to school and associating  with other children until given a  clean bill of health by tin; medical  Ilea Ith officer.  Christina*, buyers will do well to  watch th" advertising and local  columns of tht. IIkiiai.I) for thc next  few issues. The Hkiiai.d does the  advertising for the biuiness men of  Kevelstoke. Ornithological contests,  rpiack medicines and little Eric, who  wants a wife, have to go elsewhere,  but if you want to find our. what t.he  Revelstoke merchants have to offer  you at Christmas or anyother time the  only paper that can give you the  desired information is the IIkkalt).  Keep your eye on it.  Capt. Taylor, ft. M. II. has been  appointed recruiting officer for the  Kevelstoke contingent of the Canadian  Yeomanry. Recruiting takes place on  Monday next an.l ten men only  will be enlisted here. A tourist and  sleeper wil? leave Vancouver on the  11th attached to thu regular No. 2 to  convey recruits for the Canadian  Yeomanry east. The train will leave  Kevelstoke on the morning of the 12th.  On the 12th a tourist and commissary  cur will leave Kootenay landing to  take recruit* from South Kootenay  and Southern Allmrta. From Dunsmore thettc cars will run as a  special.  ���������  The Christm is entertainment of tl.-e I  Mithodisl    Sunday     Si.hiinl     will    be \  huld in the i-hiiich on llu*   .".'ciiing   of  Dec. 23rd.  ��������� Xmas (.'mils willi local views of  rilccillewii'l Kiver ami Power Mouse,  just lhe thing Inr .-ending linnu* to  your friends. Kept onlv ii Canada  Drug it Book Cn. Ri'vi-l.-inki*.  About 10 couples wen* present at a  dance given by Me-srs. Anderson and  Mooney at llieciilewael on Tuesday  night last. Refreshment*, wen* served  at midnight an.l a nm������l, enjoyable  evening was spent.  Funds must tie scarce iu tin* civic  treasury. It was a touching sight to  see the chairman of tin* public works  c.immittee out yesterday wilh his litl le'  a h pan. spreading the saving cindir-i  on lhe footpath crossing .the Hack  near the tank.  Theie was no meeting of the Cily  Council last night. Only the Mayor.  Aids. Nettle and Abrahamson turned  up and there was no qiiciruni in consequence. The mayor promptly sent,  out notices calling it special lueelii'.g  for 0 o'clock lhis evening. Tin* only  business of importance, before the  council is the petition to raise money  for the central fireball project.  The extension of tliu O. P. It. hotel  at Banff will be 230 l'eet long and IliO  feet wide and will bean exact counterpart of the present housi*. live stories  high, with SO rooms. It will In* an  entirely separate house lo guard  against fire, and all the' bedroom*, will  have bathrooms attached and water  laid on ftom one of the hot springs in  llie vicinity. The extension will cost  in the neighborhood of .*j;K):),0'.l).  ViPI  (2P  <H)  m>  RIIQIN(-"QC RI l\Pt{ Earning 15 % at the present time and there  dUb!Ntbi> BLUM    issLill 7p,Ilt*KO  t()1.';L ^i  ���������,������������������..  would  then give a certain return ol'2."> % over all expenses, and the land  values bound fo increase. The nroperly i.s .sit.ua.lcd on the  business street and can be leased by the year lo the present  occupants.    Call and investigate.  WE HAVE DESIRABLE RESIDENCES [^^".".rJer,;,'!  THE   SMELTER   TOWNSITE.  If you want  Lois for Business nr Residential   Purposes  al   the  piVM'iil prices, you must close before the end of ilie year.  By   paying  your Taxes  before  December   ist.  You save  money all the time by buying your  Dress Goods,       Mien's Furnishings  Boots and Shoes,  House Furnishings  From  Always ready for business with  prices that suit and  goods that please.  Our 50C. Bargain Shirts will cost you nearly $i next  week.  3  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  The Trethewey patent automatic  air brake has been tested by the head  O. P. R. ollicials in .Montreal and  found to work very successfully.  13. ,1. Coyle. assistant general  passenger agent of the Pacific division  of the C.I'.R. returned to Vancouver  on Thursday from :i trip to AVinnipeg  and Montreal.  .1. Eraser, bridge foreman, is in  town today. His gang are repairing  bridges at the Loop. The bridgemen  have been kept busy since tliey went  back to work. The repairs to the  snow sheds at the 0 lacier ian* only  just completed.  The machinists in the C.P.R. shops  went one on Tuesday. The trouble  was occasioned by helpers being put  on to machinist's jobs. The men gavo  the officials half an hour to have the  men taken off. Their demand was  not complied with and they cpiit  work. The matter has since been  settled.  Fred Baker, manager of the C. P. R  stores here, left for Winnipeg  yesterday morning. Although not  yet officially announced, it is pretty  well understood that Mr. Baker is to  -be-appoiuted���������p:L.v-m:L**Ler,__with___.he*id_^  quarters at Vancouver. .Mr McKay of  the Vancouver stoie department has  relieved him here temporaryly but it  is believed that Mr. Ereetnan-Lake of  Nelson is lo be placed in charge of the  stores in Mr.' B'tkei'-s place.  Tne mysterious death of David  Kennleysiile. a tiMchinisl.' who arrived  in Calgary to work in the O, P. R.  shops ihere on \Vi-i!iie.sd.-i3'. is cintsing  considerable coriiiu.Tit. lie was found  near the Palace hotel in a dazed condition soon after the train arrived. He  wa.s taken to until her hotel, the (Jr.-ind  Central, and died. A postmortem  disclosed a wound which bud made a  small hole in tbe skull and foul play is  Mispi'Cled,  A very intere-,ting ceremony look  place Tuesday evening at the icsidence  of .1. XX'. Leonard, general supt. of the.  Cl. P. 11. at Winnipeg, when -Mr.  Leonard was waited upon ��������� by a  deputation representing the C. P. K.  and Dominion l-.xpress Co. of Toronto,  and presented with n handsome album  from the employees. The flritlhree  pages are taken up by an address  beautifully engrossed and ornamented  by scones along the lino of the   ('-.P.P..  Beatrice  Frank Fulmer, who has the bond on  the Beatrice mine, in the 'Lardeiin  districCreporls that the tunnel which  he is driving upon the property is now  iu a distance of 80 feet and good  progress is being made. As it ir  estimated that thi"; tunnel has to be  driven for a distance of oOO feet,  interest in the work so far turns upon  the rate of progress made. There are  no two opinions but that if thc vein  when cut on tbe level of lhe piesent  tunnel holds out in value with the  siu face indications, Iho holders of the  bond will have a rich thing in the  Beatrice.���������Nelson Tribune,  FOR YOUNG  AND OLD..  I PERFUMES  ' TOMIZKS  Our lines this year only want  to bo seen to be admired.  Tliey are. larger and better,  than we have ever imported  before. No ono will have,  difficulty in selecting a,  present, be it for young and  old.  IN TOYS  We have the newest mechanical movements, as well as  the latest in Steel Trains,  Horses and Carts, Games,  'etc.  FOR TI MORE  EXPENSIVE PRESENT  It -would he hard'to* beat.  Our collection of English-  Satin-Dined Work Baskets.  Purses plain, and mounted  with gold and silver, Ebony  and Sterling Manicures,  "Writing Portfolios, Brush  and Comb Set Travelling  Cases, etc.  Thu latest odors in the Perfumes are very choice.  Whilst, the Atoini'/ors are  t.he daintiest and prettiest in  veins.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  ft 3a! Estate  FINANCIAL  Biisurance  COAL FOR SALH.  HXF~    Cl. 1'. It. TOWXKITK,  g-&~    MARA TOWNSI'!"*:.  toer- cei'.kaihi townsitk.  ������Xf~    CAMHOK.Vl*: TOWNSITK,  CiiniKl'i Permiinent A Wcsli-rn   -  Cumuli) .Mortyrtl;;.! 'Oorpfir-iliun.  l_<]iiilnbU!'''livings l.ouii anil I'lii'Min;; Asi.-riiill.in.  Miipeiiiil l-'ii-o.      fliinplliui l-'lru.      .Men-nillilu l-'ire.  Ciiiitirhiiii Kire.      llnlcil.Mii.'iii l**iro.  Ciiiiii-iiiii-iiiliin Life.      Atln*. l-'ire.    A1*iiii*lio-*.lei' Kin'.  Oceun, Aci-lilcnt ninl i;iiiii'iiiiii*u.   (It-cm Wesi  Life.  1IOUSHS FOR .SALIC A.ND HUNT.  CONVEYANCING.  OUR LINE OF  I  AVe have them from 10c. to  $10.00 each. They are really  handsome.  CONFECTIONERY LINE  We are agents I'or Lowney's  Famous Chocolates and lion  Bons (na inc. on every piece)  and have just received a  supply for the Holiday trade  We have also a supply of  French Crystallized Fruits  and Tom Smith's Crackers.  RED CROSS Dru|_  " ��������� See the-RED CROSS Above the Door.  MAIL ORDERS ARE SOLICITED.  -store  School Report, November.  Report of standing of pupils, of  Revelstoke school for November.;- The  first three in each class are given in  order of merit. In division six only  one class is reported ou account of  recent changes in classification. Parents will do the teachers a favor by  -insist ing-npon-the'tr-children-retuLiiing  ihe monthly leports to the teacher,  Every pupil* who has attended more  than a week has a report to bring lo  the parent*- or guardian.  ' Division I.  High School Class,���������Ji. Liwson, F.  Fraser.  5th Clasp,  Urquhart.  -M. Hyatt, J. Morgan,  A.  4i h Class,���������W. McRurry. D. Morgan,  E. Paget.  K. Wilson..  Principal.  Division II.  Jr.-Ilh.���������-Arthur IVunetl,   Gertrude  Law-am. Maud Sinclair.  Sr. :ir.l.'���������Libliv Burget. Maggie  Calder. Kleanor Dell.  Jr. 3rd.-George Hay, Olive Dell,  Ted Guerin. a  Mis-f, A. Smith  Division III.  Urd Reader.���������Willie Walling, Joe.  Nralon, Willie Kern.ighan.  Sr.2nd.~Jacky Sibbald, Fred Young,  ���������Tuan Hyatt.  Jr. 2nd���������Edna Bruce, Ethel Blackberg, Elsie Hooley.  1st. R-ader.���������Ralph Hell. Eddie  Hyatt, C-cil Duck.  MiSH A. ErifJAlt.  Division IV.  Firit Reader.���������Eric Coursier,   Laura  Hobbs, Geoige Woolsey.  .Second Primer Si-.-Kenneth   Wilkinson. Merle Calder. Charles   Watson.  Second    Primer    Jr.���������f.eo    Sol way,  Charles Williams, Reginald    Woolsey.  Miss 8. V. Roiii.nhom.  Division V.  Clasx 1.���������Aitnee Grogan, Alice Dell,  Chas. Smith.  Class 2.���������Maude Robinson, James  Lawrence, Clare Fniser.  Class H.���������Laura Johnson, Maude  Simmons. Joe. Fetturite.  Class I.���������Rh'ita. Doyle, Frank Horn,  K'tthleen Sibbald.  MlPH J.  E. ClUCKd!  Divihion VL  SeniorCI������������s.���������A, Orunat, M. McLeod  L. Lee.  Miss AI. Frahkk.  BUSINESS MENTION.  ���������Very pretty silk fascinators for  evening wear at Reid & Young's.  ���������For English taste and design in  furniture visit the Revelstoke Furniture Co.  _________SixJiundi:ed_chairs^.c_ver.y-_desigii  to   select   from   at    the    Revelstoke  Furniture Co.  ���������Patroni'/.e thc Furniture Co. that  has enabled you to gel. furniture at  hard J.imo prices. Revelsloke Furniture Co.  ���������This year (be Canada Drug &  Hook Co. will have a larger and better  selrc-led sl.o.k of Xm.-is goods than  ever before.    See for Yourself.  ���������Of ennr������-e other tailors make Miit*:  nearly like we do, but the little  difference i.s of great importance. It  is responsible for the big difference  between our prosperity and our  competitor's prosperity. Cressman the  tailor.  ���������The Club Man knows how lo drc������s  and patronizes us. We know every  latest fad. We know how to put ������bal.  touch into a man's clothes that gives  them individuality. We have a line  of suitings, overcoutings and trouserings that was selected with great  care.   Cressman the tailor.  CHOCOLATES.  All these are sold at very reasonable prices and by purchasing now  I he worry is .iver before the time  for pleasure begins.  Walter Bews, phm.b  DRUGGIST.  Brown Block.  Tel. 48.  *  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES '  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  Vi  U  %  Utfl^UH^^rtifal

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