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 ,1"'.  V  Vol    V.   No 90  REVELSTOKE B.C.   SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER  16, 1901.  $2 OO a  Year, in Advance  t.  A  J'*l  I  , \  [x\  ft  i*1,  K  W-BBHtfllLKrW Vn-MMJtSUBitXSaiKKmi  <*4^&**&4*tt^4-4.s^4,4ry*jf*-m&4iiH  T  Tiie Inrgosl, and most (.'(impli'lc  slock iu   Kootenay.  TIIK MALTKSK I.HAND. Hip  and Knee Hoots, also Laced and  1 tind 2 l.iiekh. Lumbermen'*.  Snag Proof Hoots. These particular lines of Kubber Goods  are guaranteed hy us.  Ladies', Gent's and Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  A large importation juid a complete assortment of SLATtflt'S  fiimoiis Hoots and Shoes, King's  mul Hell's Boots and Shoes,  "Weston's Youths' and Children's Boots and Shoes. Tlio  above are the very best boot,  and Shoe manufacturers in  Canada and ��������� the goods .'ire  warranted tho hest on the  market.  CARPETS,  RUGS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECIAL REDUCTION for  this month in CARPETS ANC RUCS.  ���������Beautiful selections'��������� choice^  Patterns.  The. Linoleums tire directly imported and are iirst-class in  every respect.  A.io canoe river  Is the Route to  Dorado in the Vast Unpros-  pectecl Area Lying East of  Old Cariboo, Into Which Lhe  Stampede Will Occur Next  Spring.  The lliiltAl.n's contention in its inst  issue l.luil. it is this country east of the  HoiM'lly into which llu* pinsncelor  wants to not it, heing strikingly borne  nut by*, facts. A fi-e.-h discoveiy lias  been made on Fi-aser ci erk, li������.'i" miles  to the east, of the previous strike*-. The  Clearwati'i district i.s where tlie 1 ush  will be to ni;xL spring and a glance at  the limp will shew the Clearwater just  about exactly half way between  Cariboo wagon road and  Canoe rivet  siiver ili'i oz, gold SLli'J  making  a total  value of $110.80 .u lhe   ton   at currei t  prices.   This is the lirst return of silver  j iiiadu     fiom   tlie   properly   nnd    the  I viilue.-in this nirt.il may lie confidently  the   New El j''!>Pu*-'lt'tl l(> increase witli depth. With  j.'i   prospect nl  a  dividend which  will  j send then] uu Hying iu the near future,  .shares in the Prince at 30c. arc a pretty  j good ipi-cul'ilion just now.  Flamrel arid?  Flannelettes  Out* stock of Flannel' and Flan-  nellettes for this Fall were the  Best ever put on the market  hero and met with aieady sale^  Blankets  and Quilts  We have just received a, new  line of the above articles and  ���������nlaced them for sale. . Special  Bargains ��������������������������� -"'iti-im.". wnnr,  Blankets.  in   WHITE   WOOL  ���������men  Goods.  We are showing a splendid line  of Tabic Cloths���������bleached un-.  blea.-hi'd.   colored.  Towellings,  J  ' all  I  Pillow   Casings,   Sheetings���������all  =jiv_idl bs  ��������� -  SI!  oves !1!  .Tust received an assorted shipment of Ladies' Kid Gloves  imported from Fraci*. .  The conditions of travel once the road  and river are left tire almost identical,  there being no regular means of communication at, all. Tiie difference in  favor of the C.inoe River route is that  the prospector. immeilial ely after  leaving lhu waterway is traversing the  very country at wliich the traveller by  the Cariboo road loute is struggling  over miles of dillicult ground to  arrive, ground wliich from tho prospector's point of view, is unproductive  as already prospected and taken up.  The Ashcroft .loin mil says: "Another important discovery, of which  little litis been heard of, is Fraser  creek, about live miles further to the  east, discovered hy P. Ll. Fraser. F.  Tasse-and Boli Campbell. It. is a  larger and better looking creek than  Eureka. Cond prospects were found,  but tt shortage of supplies and a heavy  fall of snow prevented any work being  done.  Heavy bodies of quartz are found till  over this part of lhe count ry and  ledges are plainly discernablu running  across Fraser creek. Some of the  quiu 1k seen was carrying very large  pieces of petrified wood. Tiie forma,  .tion i.s black stile on the south fork of  the Horsefly, while on the north fork  the formation is understood to be  granite. All the country east of  Fraser creek,' iind Fraser cteek tn  Clearwater is yet to .be prospected.  _ ^The distance is estimated at from 20  to'oO.TiiilesV TT"-'".'7" " " '. '- ' " ' ";-:*  ' Crooked river and McKinley, both  gold-bearing "creeks, head into- this  country. All the creeks mentioned  erupted" into the south" fork of the  Horsefly on the soutli side." There  were no indications of anyone ever  .having worked on Fraser or the other-  new creeks.  There is a divide between the Horsefly and Clearwater country, and it may  be that further investigation will show  that there .are. other , gold-bearing  creeks heading from tliis "divide west  to the Horsefly. Thos. Driimuiond,  Al. K.. lias been prospecting on the  headwateis of the Clearwater since  hist June with a-parly of nifc:i. and  although he has not issued any statement of results, he is known to have  sent'outsonie coarse gold. Bearing in  mind .what .Dr. Dawson ha.s to say  about coarse gold," Drummond's work  may be of the gi palest importance.  That he is finding gold and has good  prospects is evident.by his staying in  thai partof the country since June.  Extensive benches of gravel, that  are-hclieved-will-mako-gooil���������hydraulic  properties, have been found, and  already some of them have been  located.  Maps of the Horsefly in geneial use  are en tit ely misleading, not only as to  size and location of rivers, creeks and  hikes, hut in some cases the genera!  course of these waters is wrong.''  Ophir-Lade Returns.  XX'. S3. Pool, manager of the celebrated Ophir-Lule tel'.uride and Tree  milling gold properly above the head  nf Gainer creek, has just returned  fiom making a smellei test of ore  Irom the mine at Trail. Two li-sls  were made, one of 30 tons, whicli  wenl ."7.07 ozs.'in gold In the ton, a  value of nearly #700, and another of  10:) tons, which gave S.l- osw. iu gold  j ur $102  lo  the   ton.    This   is   a   very  ,,       remarkable return, wliich very clearly  Hie    , , ,. ,,  demonstrates  the  extraordinary  gold  values contained in   the   lellurides   of  lhu lends on this properly. ,,  ���������Bankrupt sale of gent's furnishings  men's and boys' clothing, boots and  shoes, hats and caps. Everything must  lie close 1 out befoio December 1st next.  Prices are a.wtiy down to clear, The  ���������..ile is now going on in the McCarty  block, in the store formerly occupied  by A. McLean.  Tho Herald regrets to announce  llie death of the little son of Mr. and  Mis. P. Sfacey, which occurred from  diabetes yesterday tit their residence  on Douglas St. The little boy was  only seven years old and much  ���������sympathy is felt with the afflicted,  parents in their great bereavement.  Airs. R. How-son has been away at  Salmon Arm Ibis week, visiting the  family of her In other, John Campbell,  who.died at Kamloops last Sunday,  leaving u wife and four children.        , .  B. Tl. Atkins, secretary of the hospital hoard, received 'this morning  from tlie provincial government .������500,  lieing the first instalment of the maintenance grant for the current year.  S. S. Taylor, the'v.-ell known Nelson  lawyer, came in from "Vancouver  yesterday morning and will stay over  till tomorrow morning to await the  arrival of Mrs. Taylor and family,  wlio have been visiting" friends in'  Edmonton.  > .   .    -    "  ���������Harr_.-_.vEdwards,--the7-*' Revelstoke  "taxidermist, has opened up a store'in  the premises near the station recently,  vacated by tiie customs department.  Ho has some splendid cariboo 'and  goat heads on view and will no doubt  iind his new stand a help to increase  his business.        ,"  A Complete Line  -  of Groceries  As usual, our stock of Groceries  '~       mil t lu* very best obtainable in  '"theniai'kets'of the world. Every  article    Fresh.      Purchased   in  carload   lots    regularly    every  mouth.  ^MaHBga3H9aBRsamaamnRnazEasiE*si  Gent's  Furnishings  Our lines in this Department  are most complete and we  carry a carefully selected stock.  Thev include the Latest Styles  in Hats���������hard and soft���������Shirts  White ' and Colored, Collars,  Cult's, Underwear, Imported  Goods, Hosiery, etc., and we  . specially call "your attention to  our Imported Underclothing.  I  Tirfj ni ]-������������������i"1"*1!**  We are showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  Unless a Line of Independent  Smelters is Erected Nothing  Can Save the Silver Mining-  Industry of the State From  ��������� Wreck By the Trust Which is  Playing Its Hand to the Limit  Th'* Loadville News Reporter,  editorially has the following to say  about the smeller trust situation:  Will lhe smulter Irust kill tiie goose  that Jays the golden egg in ils greed l.o  grab all there is in sight fur lhu miner 'i  Just now this is a serious question.  The ablest mining men in the camp  look on the situation wil h tear and  trembling. The trust is taking everything for itself aud leaving nothing to  lhe miner unit*.*-;- where he lias a mini'  that proves a veritable bonanza. In  the first place the smeller trust has  reduced the number of men that might  be employed 1,500. With competition  iu the smelting business at least two  other smelters would be in iipcialion  in the city while over 1,200 more  miners would be employed in Ihe  mines than can now Iind work. This  is a serious situation for .the mine  owner. If the time should come when  he will be able lo sell a larger mil put  he will he. unahlu'.to get good miners  because Llie best miners uie leaving  the camp every day now to look for  employment elsewhere. Furthermore  the,mine' that must, opi'ial.e heavy  pumping machinery lo keep down a  big volume of water only to be allowed  to hoist about one-third of its actual  capacity cannot make" but very little  over expenses if ,-1113-. .Then again the  price of treal ment has been advanced  in numerous instances which has had  the elfect-of -entirely closing clown a  number of mines. Tlie action'taken  to advance the price of treatment is  taken in individual cases. When a  certain mine brings in a sample of its  ore to sell the-price of treatment is  made on thai special ore Titter an assay  has been taken. The price can"be pul  and is put in many, instances to a  figure where nothing is left for the  miner.' " He ,-lnis. no other place, to go  with his ore and the" only  'is close down. Now the  not pay for gold in ore  value   is   less   than*   five  Fchmeily   tliey   paid     for  cent.     Now     ai������o,     the  ilternative  smelters do  where tlie  per cent,  three per  miiiiinuiu  l m tnganesc value has been raised a 1!  it takes about iifty cents a ton out i.i  the pocket uf Ihe miner having on  with small manganese value. The  trust is piii"hing eveiy way iL cm.  I"in'iiu'i'ly the miner got the market  price per unit for his copper. Now the  trust will pay bim only 70 per cent of  thc market value compelling the miner  to wait four months for the b'llancc  .mil to settle on the market price at  the end of that time. In other words,  tlie trust takes no chanced on the  market any more. 11, compels the  miner to pay for switching cars now  where formerly il, paid Lhat expensi .  It is said lo have a lot of bar silver on  hand and is ciirtniliug production lo  stiffen the market. Another thing  saitl to be operating against Colorado  mines is lhat silver can tie produced  cheaper in the Guggenheim smelters  ul'.Mexico (hau in thn United .State:*,  anil consequently tho capacity of tlie  .Mexican smelters are being iiicreaseil  at lhe expense of the output of the  trust smellers of lhis statu. The  (liiggenheims are at the head uf the  truM.iind control the Mexican smellers.  All of these facts taken together show  why business is so dull in Leadville tit  the present time. The trust is simply  looking out for itself as any good  business concern would do. It has  full control of the smelting situation  in this country and Mexico and it  practically controls the metal market  of the world. It purchased the  smelters of this country at enormous  prices to get this control and now  having il. there is. no logical reason  why it should not use its advantage to  ils own interest. It lias capitalized  its holdings at ,$100,000,000 hut conservative men say that theie' is not,  $20,000,000 actually invested. Ii' this  lie the case then the trust is earning  big dividends on a capitalization of  i3100.000.000 with an actual investment  of only $20,000,000. Such a concern is  lop heavy and against an independent  line ot smellers paying dividends oii  actual investment only.it cannot long  stand. There is a movement on fool  to build ti line of independent smelters  in Colorado and these can be built and  successfully operated for. about  $10,000,000 in this state. Nothing else  but the erection of this -independent  line of smelters will save the.state  from having its chief industry wrecked. To save himself now the miner  must buy stock in the independent  smeller, when once' it" is established  and operated on ' business ptinciples.  The11 rust today gives the miner just  on.eesc'ape from its gr7isp;ttiat"isVo'seil  his mine at one quarter its value or  lease ids property. Of course thc Li-n-st  is not buying mines. Oh. no, tint then  men interested in the trust are buying  them and the trust will get them then.  1551������  E  gpSGSXSQGXSSXSG^^ g  5li  DRY GOODS, CLGTHSNG, BOOTS AHD SHOES,  MEN'S  FURNISHINGS.  Xf4l4r4t4i4������4������4r*4**4*-**4������44f',f4������i1[4  C. B. HUME & CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Co  and Bennett Fuse.  Revelstoke Rink Co.  The Kevelstoke. liink Co. held a  meeting tit 8::i0 p. m.' on Thursday at  the Hotel lievelstoke. The following  were elected directors fur the ensuing  year: Fred Kohiuson, II. .]. Bourne,  I-l. A. Brown, 1. T. Brev.sti r, 0. R.  McDonald. The financial rep. 11 shews  11 balance of $4S0 lo lhe gum! on hist  year's business; It was deciii il to do  awuy with season tickets th's winter  and to make a general adm'^s-inn of  23c. ii night or five tickets fo: a do lar.  At a meeting of the board nf directors held afterwards, II. J. Do.iriie w; s  elected chairman and managing director and J. M. Scott lion.-secretary.  -".       '   \  The Curling Club.  The members of tbe curling club  held a meeting on Thursday evening  at the Hotel Revelstoke and elected  Supt. Kilpatrick as their bon. president, G, S. MeCarter president, Dr.  Carruthers vice-president, and A. E.  Phipps secretary-treasurer, for the  ensuing season.  THERE are few home wants lliat cannot be supplied at this Store.     This  Assay From Standard Ore.  J. AI. Scott, secretary of thc Prince  Alining Co. has just received the returns from Spokane of an assay made  of an average sample of specimens  taken across the four font and one font  vein ot chu'c ipyrite recently struck in  Tunnel No 2 on the Standard. The  return is as  follows:     Copper  17%.  particularly.applies to the above sections.  Try us and see for yourself how completely we have anticipated your needs.  When you come you will be surprised  at thc" wealth of choice our widely  assorted stock affords, and your surprise  -will rise to perfect amazement as you  behold the beauty of design and finish,  and note the worthiness of thc immense  quantity of goods wc5 place before you.  If you arc a judge of values there will  be much satisfaction in reviewing our  prices.  -. EVERYTHING  MARKED IN  PLAIN FIGURES.  tr.  Your  verdict must  be that ^everything  is a money-saver.  Boers Making Another Raid on  Cape Colony���������Ruhlinlay down  ���������Irish Nationalists Want  Kruger to run for Parliament  ���������Storms on the Newfoundland Coast."  iJ.M'lvi'int'.*,-, Nov. 10 ���������The liners are  ropo: ted   sti!!   nearer   to    Capetown,  coining in fo got  i'ie.-h   hordes  and  to  revenge   1 henisclves    011    the     Dutch  farmer.*! who 1 cfused   lo   assist   them.  Une party of sixty "men iViideTTWibTTrg  Siding, blew up the track and killed in  cold   blood   a   member   of    lhe   Cine  . .t   *  police who surrendered to them.  Kvi*:i:i*:tt. Nov. 11!.���������Henry Ferguson  has been found guilty of piracy heie.  He admitted -smuggling 0,000 pounds  of opium into the United States. There  was a tegular gang of smugglers  organized willi he.-idt-uarLei-s in  in Victoria.  FiiiiDKHHiKTOX. Nov. IC���������Principal  Mullin, oftlie.Pi-ovitichil normal school  Frederickton, X. B., has been ottered  tlie position nf.principal of tlie normal  chool at Pretoria by. the Hi-iiish  government. Two young lady leacheis  of Frederickton have also been offered  positions.   , _  K.w Fi.a.vcisco. Nov. 10.���������In the'  .Teiriies-Kuhlin tight last night in the  oth round.Ruhlin wilted and then surrendered to, Hia peerlo the utter  amazement. * and , disgust of the  audience, -as everybody was looking  for a close fight.*^  Eomontox.-Nov. 16.���������The postoflice  at Strathcona,'Altti.','   was' entered "by -  thieves  yeilt-iday and   between   SSOO  and 81,000 stolen.' "   -  P.wtis, Nov. 10.���������The Paris" papers-  assert that two million francs worth  of detertoi'alecl'Anu-iican tinned goods  have been'disccive'red among the military stores .-it Verdun'. * "  ".' Piti!Tom.v,Nbv. IC���������A strong patrol  or.lniperial'-yeoiiiaiiry, while' recon-  noite'rin'g on ' November 13th' ," at  Brakspiuit, near 'Zecrust. wiis s'tir-  rounded by 3.000 "Boers and lost' six  killed and 1G wotmdedi  The rear guard :of Col, ;*Byng"s  column was attacked near Heilbron,  Change River Colony, on Nov. 1-lth hy  4.00 Boers,believed to he under DeWet.  After two hou'is of hard fighting'the  Boers retired ��������� from the field, leaving  eight dead behind thorn. The British  lost two killed and 12 wounded. Z  Pekin.'Nov. 10.���������The Chinese Court  has arrived al Kai 'Fong Fu," having  left the people along the route half  ruined by the contributions levied for  their entertainment, the repairing of  roads and decorations.,  Tabloid Telegrams  Lady Margaret -Washani has heen  cured of a cancr of tlio_thro.-ic.bv__the  HIS- STORE    HAS  Six     Days     in ' thc  Bargains arc Seasonable  BARGAINS  week.       Our  case  and"in every  You will find economics in all the Departments. Supposing il is Iioots and Shoes, Clothing,  Dry Goods , or Gent's Furnishings,  ���������in fact these lines are all sold to you  af our Dry> Goods Prices.  up-to-date.  or Store on  ckeozie Ave.  ������  MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.  \  use    of  . f-,esli   gieen    violet   leaves,  llritish medical faculty are discussing  the matter in view of tliis .remarkable _  cure and discovery.  Earthquakes in Southern Utah have  done damage lo the extent of S100.000.  Landslides blocked the railways and  turned tlie channels of slreams.  Irish 'Nationalists have offered  Kruger a safe parliamentary seat in  Ireland, claiming thai he is a British  subj-.ct, because of Kitchenei's proclamation.  Nine bodies have been taken from  the Caley mine at Pocahontas up to  noon loday. It is estimated that 20  are dead unci 30 injured as the result  .if the recent explosion there.-  Six deaths from smallpox have  occmred at St. John. X. B. Four new  cases have been leported.  A lire wliich occurred in the running  building belonging lo the Cudahy  Paiking Co.. Kansis City, Mo., destroyed that building and a large stock  of canned meats yesterday.  Erzeroutn. in Uussi.i. Armenia, bus  been visited by ,carthi]nakes. There  have been 50 shocks. 22 persons killed  and ui.iny buildings destroyed.   ���������  A heavy frost ha-f succeeded the  gales of the last few days in Great  Dritain.  A terrible storm is raging oil thc  coast of Newfoundland. Much damage has been done to fishing craft and  many wTecks are on shore all broken  to pieces and the cargoes on board  washed away.  Riots are of const-ant occiii-rance in  the parliamentary contest going on in  Galway. Ireland. The Nationalist Candidate is Arthur Lynch, who fought  on the Boer side iu South Africa. l|(*94tl*t*lit tymU ami ^ailwajj  Published By  The Revrtlstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability,  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journal published ln the  Iiitere������i3 of the railway men. mini up men ami  liunInwH men ol the West. Days of Publication  Wednesday anil Saturday.  AI.VER_.3IMS P.ATES.  MipUv ads., fl.30 per inch; single column,  ti per iiicli when inserted; on title, page  Legal Hits., 10 cents per inch (nonparicl) line  lor lim insertion; !> cents for each additional  insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line eaeh  iisue. Itirth, Marriage and Death Notices  free.  SUBSCKIITION  BATES.  By mall or pnrrlo^ fi per annum; $1.23 for  fix months, strictly m advance.  OUR JOB DEPARTMENT.  It oue of the best equipped printing offices in  the West and prepared to execute all kinds of  printing fn lirstclass style at honest prices.  One price to all. Xo Job too large���������none loo  small���������funis. Mail orders promptly attended  J������*.   Give us a tiial on your next order.  TO CORRESPONDENTS.'  We invite correspondence on any subject  ol interest io the general public. In nil case*,  the bona tide name of thc writer must accoru-  panv manuscript, but uot necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager.  NOTICE TO COlUKSrONDEXTK.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   tie   legibly  written on one side ol the paper only.  i���������Correspondence    containing;      personal  matter must be signed with the proper  name  of lliu writer.  ������*. ...ttltOGAN. Editor.  Saturday, November 10, 1001.  ���������A POSSIBLE RESOURCE.  It if probable, though in tlie ab-  .ieuee of any geological survey of that  district incut) (-.'iimob he suid, that  among the natural resources of the  C-Hiioe River valley coal will on further  nearcli lie found to lie onu. llie valley  uf the Canoe is a portion of the great  intermimtane trough, which rxteuds.  along the west liane of thc Rockies  proper for a distant;* of 800 miles  north fi-oiii th* boundary. The Selkirks end at the Big Bend and there is  no range beyond whicli takes their  place, while the westerly trend of the]  Rockies proper brings them due north  of Itevclstoke at the mouth of Canoe  Itiver. Th'e valley of the Canoe is a,'  continuation of Columbia-Kootenay  ���������alley which forms the most fertile  and valuable portion of East Kootenay. In the valleys of the western  slopes of the Rockies in East Kootenay  the immense conl deposits are found,  which are today rapidly becoming oiie  of the most valuable mineral assets of  the province.  The luxuriant vegetation, of which  these coal fields ure only the altered  form, flourished in tbe swamps and  lagoons of a great shallow inland 'sea,  which covered at one time the great  plains of Western Canada and the  neighboring states to the south und  tlie area now occupied' by the chain of  the Rockies proper. But the Selkirks  were then in existence and formed a  portion of the coast of this great lake  or inland sea. A gradual elevation of  the surface drained off the waters of  the lake and at the close of the period  the Rockies proper were elevated, a  process, which as would naturally be  imagined, was one of considerable  disturbance. In this process the beds  of vegetable deposits formed in tbe  shut lower portions of th* inland sea  were, of course involved. They were  caught up, folded over and subjected  to great heat and pressure, with the  Teault that lifter an untold duration of  time they now appear in the familiar  and useful form ef coal.  ~""'"This"little~lessoiriii~^rp"ftla"i^eol(y"^~  ���������furnishes a i*ea*son why no one need go  looking for coal in the Selkirks and  also why tliere in good reason to  suppose that it may be found on the  western slopes of th* mountains bordering the Canoe River valley, whicli  ������i'������* no longer the Selkirk* but the  Rockies.  those improvements made or noti  besides the vote he cast, or did net  cast, for the mayor and aldermen,  who propose to mtiku them. When it  comes to dollars and cents it seems w e  are all suddenly rank socialists. But  are dollars and cents the only things  sacred ?  Of course the plebiscite is .'mother  instance of tlie recognition by tho  politicians of the abhorred socialistic  principle ol* direct legislation. lt is  the feeble, useless, imbecile shadow of  the reality. Because, whatever objections may he raised to the practice  of direct legislation, it certainly means  something real and worthy, whilu the  plebiscite simply means thai, a minis-  tor has been making Ion manyelecfnn  promises and is shuttling to gain time.  There is nothing binding aboul il. If  the results tire distasteful excuses can  easily be manufactured mil. of tin*  circumstances surrounding the vote,  which will warrant, the ministry iu  doing nothing, that lieing exactly  what they had intended tc. tin I'roni  the start oif.  lt is no argument agaiiint the adoption of the system of direct, legislation  tosay. as .Mr. Joseph Mai tin said on  the public platform iu this town, that  it conflicts with the. principle of  government by repiTsenUUion. There  in, as wc have shewn no hesitation in  allowing it to conflict with the  principle of government by reprcsonl-  ation in municipalities, when tin;  ahnightv dollar is at stake. There  is no divinity lhat doth hedge the  principle of representative government.* The principal feature mil icable  about the institution in these days i.-.  the rapidity with whien it w drifting  out of touch with the real need-, and  .requirements of the hour. 11 involves  the party system and the life litis gone  ���������ut of the old parties. They art*  merely the stalking hor***..*.**, for the.  people trho mean business. A member of the British House, of (.'ominous,  tbe mother of parliaments, remarked  only the other day that during au  election all one heard iibout was the  Conservative interest and the Liberal  interest. But when the house met  nothing more was heard of these, interests at all, but a score of previously  inconspicuous interests, tlie brewing  interest, the shipping interest, the  railway interest and &o on. came .to  the front and shaped the legislation to  suit themselves. Thc same feature,  only more so, is the ruling factor in  the politics of thc United , Scates and  Camida- Direct legislation would be  a powerful remedy for the correction  of tbis growing evil. It is possible  that it is for this reason the socialist  party have placed it in the forefront  of their fighting program ine.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  IS IN THE HEART OF  THE GREAT  ON   FISH   RIVER.  "ST-V t\: >-j  Hi  JLljjLiA.t~J  1    ONLY FOUR MILES  FROM NAVIGABLE  WATERS.  Two and One-Half Hours take you to thc Main Line pf thc Canadian Pacific Railway.  A place of Great Business Possibilities.  Now is the time to make your choice of Lots.  CAMBORNE will be an important place on thc Arrowhead and Kootenay Railway Linc_as it istributary   to   Pool   Creek  h ha.s large numbers of Mineral   Properties  under diflerent  stages   of devck  The Imperial Development Syndicate " and thc   Northwestern Development  Kree Cold Propositions, Lead, Silver and Copper Properties are within four miles.  jQfcj    which ha.s large numbers of Mineral   Properties  under diflerent  stages   of development.      The properties now being opened  ������&    up " The Imperial Development Syndicate " and thc   Northwestern Development Syndicate are almost at  its door,  besides  JOHN D. SIBBALid,  Agent.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is bettor than riulics   We havo thc nnmo of making  thc only Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for durability aiul quality  they also excel.  ��������� TPY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  DIRECT LEGISLA TION.  If the Lardeau is not particularly  averse to a political divorce from  Revelstoke and to linking her fortunes with Kaslo. it is not that she is  particularly struck on her prospective  mate but because she cherishes a  secret intention of running the show  in the new union.  In the County Court of Kootonay Holden  * at Fort Steele :���������  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on tlie 17th  day ol October, 1901, it was ordered by His  Honour J. A. Forin, Esq., of the said Court,  that James Ferguson Armstrong, Ofllelal  Administrator or the County of Kootenay, be  administrator of all and singular the Estate of  William E. Koss, of Ferguson, B. C, deceased,  inter-state.  Every person indebted to the said deceased  is required to make payment forthwith to the  undersigned.  Every person haying 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 ln the distribution of  the personal estate of thc said deceased is required within thirty days of this date to send  by registered letter addressed to the imder-  siKiiea, Ills name and address, and the full  parliciilars of his claim or interest, and a  statement of his account, and the nature of thc  security, (if any) held by him.  Alter the expiration of the said thirty days  thc Administrator will proceed with the distribution ofthe estate, having regard to those  claims only of which lie shall have had .notice  Dated at Fort Steele this 17th dav of October."  1901.  JAMES FERGUSON ARMSTR0NC,  Oct. 20-td. r  oliicial Administrator.  Notice to Go-Owners.  Direct legislation, the initiative and  i*cferenduni are mighty leng words t'orj  a. very simple lm������ine*,s. XVe have an  ��������� m tuple of direct legislation noing on  light under our no*<es in Revelnf.oUi.  today. A cert&iii number of ratepayers, representing a fixed proportion  of the ifssessahle property of the city,  put in a petition to the council to pass  a bylaw to build a central fire hull,  wilh which petition the council bv  statute is hound to comply. That's  the initiative. The bylaw is put to  the votes of the people and with their  decision the council by statute is  forced to abide. That's the referendum. The whole process is what is  known as direct legislation.  Tlie principle underlying the adoption of tbis plank of tbe socialist platform into our municipal affairs i������ the  sanctity of theratcpaying pocketliook.  It is au axiom of common sense, behind which there is no 'going by any-  Ixxly, hide bound Tory, life long Grit  or Labor agitator, that the man who  Is mulcted to pay for civic improvements shall have a further chance  giveii bim to say   whether  lie   want*  There is a. class of politicians in,  British Columbia, whose notion of  politics begins and ends with the list  of cabinet, appointment.--. "With them  the main eternal issue is whether  Tweedle-dum'or Tweedle-dee is minis-  ter-of-mines���������or why��������� Riehaitl  -Itoe^is-  prefcrred to that jjood old timer John  Doe for the job of attorney general.  It is this class of people the Duke of  Cambridge had in mind in his shrewd  remark lhat if he had l������*en retained  in otlice as Commander-in-chief the  blanir for the whole South .African  muddle would have been laid on the  incompetency of a royal duke. When  a department, whether it In-the war  office in l/mdon or the department of  mine.! at Vir-toria, gel-** out of touch  wilh the real object.-, of ils existent*-**  and sinks intoa routine rut of filling up  forms ft ml compiling return**., it become*: ahuo-t iinpo*-**iblc* for the  average individual, pitch forked into  a po*>itton .���������n the nominal head of it  either hy royal favor or- lieeaiiie hi*  Commands a big hunch of vote*, to  wsrape Off thn deadly in.-il, of oliicial  conservatism and gel thc machine to  do its work. It takes either a man of  real genius or an earth(|iiake and  neither is as a rule forthcoming.  Lauder's Bakery  For everything Fresh and Snvr  FRUITCAKE       MADEIRA CAKE  SPONGECAKE    .SCOTCH CAKE.  LADY FINGERS   MACCAROOKS  CURRANT HUN9 DINNER ROLLS  PUFF PASTRY     PIES.  TARTLETS RUSKS for infant*!  OUR IPCOIALTV:    DECORATED CAKES.  Prompt delivery to any partof town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  To Richard Mcdiarmid. ,.  Under Mineral Act 1K97 and" amendments  thereto, notice is hereby given that we, Louise  Leontiue Graham anil Gus Lund, have performed all the assessment work on the "Golden  Eagle" mineral claini, situated on the divide  between French and McCullock Creeks, at the  head of Ground Hog Basin in the Big Bend  District of West Kootenay, located IGih September, 1S96 and recorded 21 September, 18%  and lhat Richard .McDiarniid the .recorded  owner of one-half (interest in said mineral  claim has neglected to do his share of the  work or to pav for same for the years 189S, 1S99.  1900 and 1901. Notice is hereby given to tlio  said Plchard McDiarmid that unless .said  charges are paid ivithni ninety days of tlu*  "rrrst'pubiication of this nouce-weshall procee"d-  to record said delinquent interest as provided  by tectum 11 of the "Mineral Act Amendment  Act, 1000."  Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, Gill August, 1901.  Co-owners  j L. L. Gr.AiixM,  I Ges Lund.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, In pursuance ol  the Creditors' Trust Deeds Act, 1901," that  John Vincent I'erks, of the City of Kevelstoke,  In the l'rovince ol Hrltlsh-Columbia, Hotel  Proprietor, busby .Iced, bearing date thc 10t.li  dnv of October, A.D., 1001, hwIkhciI all his  r>-iiiHii<l personal property, except as therein  mentioned to John UrinkMiitcr bilibald, of the  ���������.aid Citv 'if IWelslokc, General Airent, In  trin>t Ior tin.* purpose ol ������atlefyinfc ratably and  proportionately and without, .ircjudlco or  priority, the creditors of tne said John Vine-lit Perky, llie Amdniior, and the snid Trustee  has undertaken llie Iru-ls created by the said  ilcul.  All pcr������onf- having clalir.J aunlnst the said  John Vincent IVrks ar>*rciulr.-d on or before  the tenth dav of November, A. II.. l'JOl, to -.end  In the said TriiitC' lull particulars ol the "aiiK*  duly verllicd. toaeili'-r with tin; particular** of  she "...curiiy. if any, held by tlieni.  AND NOTICK I.*5 HEREBY GIVEN that  alter the salil tenth day of November. 1'jOl, the  ���������.aid Trii*.i'*e will proceed lo distribute the  Hi-cts aiming lno*<: creditors who*".* claims  have been lodzed with him and that he ivlli  not I-*-* respon������ible afier said date for Ihe asset.!  ������o (ll������trilmt-*'l, or any part thereof, to any  pnrwiii or person*1, firm or corporation, ol  whose debt or claim he shall not tben have  received notice.  A Meeting of the Creditors ofthe said John  Vincent I'erks will be held at the oflice ol  John Drink water feibbuld. First Street, Itevel-  ������tofcc, Hrltlsh Columbia, on Saturday, the  tv entyslxth day of October. A. I)., 1W1, fit the  hour nl two o'clock In the afternoon.  Haled at Revelstoke, 11. C, thin 12th day of  October, A. D.. l'JOl.  J. M. SCOTT, Revelstoke,!!. C  Solicitor for the Trustee.  LOST.  A FlaR��������� Union Jack���������from thc Opera House  on or about January 2nd, 1S0I. The Hay was  used for the decoration of the Opera House  for thcTrainmcn's Ball on New Year's Kvo.  Thc Under will please return same to Hkrald  Ollice. Oct. 9���������tf.  NOTICE.  TAKE   NOTICE   that fiO  dayB  after dale  I  intend to apply to thc Chief Coramlasloner  ol Land' and Works for permlsilon to cut and  carry  away timber from  the   following des-  "    "*-   (Is  cri bed lani  Commencing   at  a post  marked Roger F.  perry's southeast corner post situate about 21X1  feet Irom Scott Creek, tlicnce west -10 chains;  thence north ICO chains; tlicnce cast 40 chains;  thence south ICO chains, to the place of commencement; containing G40 acrea.  ROGER F. PERRY.  Goldfields, D. C, Oct. 17ih, 1901.      Nor. ������-tf.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To .1.8. Patterson and all others clniinln^  through him any interest lu the claims  hereinafter mentioned :  Under the Mineral Act, IS'JT, and ameiHliiumls  thereto:  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint we, V.  McCarty uud II. J.Bourne have performed nil  the assessment work wn lhc Eiiirvlew, llclclior  Arabian, Victoria IV, Maple Leaf, Shamrock  and .Mammoth mineral claims situate in  Ground Hog Ilasln, in llie llevelsioke Miiiinn  Division of West ICoolcmiv, located in aukusi  lS9i> and recorded at itcvelstokc on the :ird  September. IS'Jli, ami ihai .1. S. 1'aiiersoii. llu*  rei'orded owner of an interest in the said  minernl clniins has nouIecU'd lo do or pay fni*  his share of the as-cssiuent work for lhe vears  18!)!), l'.WU nnd moi, anil that unless Mild charges  arc not paid within ninety days from the lirst  publication of this notice, wc shall proceed in  record said delinquent inlercst as provided bv  Section 11 of lhc Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1900. ...  Dated at Itcvelstokc  September, l'JOl.  II. C ,  this 5th  day of  ftlig7  ���������Co-Owners-^ TT   T   ��������� '  ( I-I. J. Bourne  To Mine Owners and Others  FOR SALE���������Five (31 .second hand Sullivan  Rock Drills, the drill holes Vyi to :) niches iu  diameter, depth 10 feet, mounted ov screw  columns complete with Hose, elc. These drills  arc in first rate condition and are situated at  the Mines of the Toroiito-i,il]ooet Gold Reefs  Companyat Lillooet. Applv EDGAR BLOOM  FIELD, Box 713, Vancouver,"!!, c.       Nov. It-It  home a-K,o^vi<r  The very best on tho market today,  '   : including:  Potatoes,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also first quality of well cured ,  Timothy Hay  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROWLE,  Revelstoke, B. C.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS   Larq-e, .Liiyht bedrooms. -  -  ...  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone  Prop  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  New Schedule  Effective October i::, P.-01  EASTB0UND  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  Passengers booked to all  Kastcrn, Canadian and U.S.  Points.  Berths reserved on AUanlic  Steamers for passengers to  the Old Country,    i  Direct Steamer Service from  Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full   information and llustratcd  pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Revelstoke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist, Gen.  Pmenger igent  Vancouver.  I*'lt!-:i-:   litis  MHI.TS  ALI. TRAINS.  MUST CI.AriS   ACCOMMODATION.  IIKATISM  HY   MOT  Allt.  ItlOASO.NAULI*:   KA'fl.H.  Brown & Querin, Props.  ELEOTKIC UESjSLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY 1100M.  HOUItl.V  STKEKT CAU  MHKT.S AI.I. TltAINS.  '  I1.VI1  WELL  Btfl'PLIKI)  11Y TIIK CHOICEST  WI.NES,' I.IQUOItS  AND  ClfiAliS   3  _Ti:i.t:i'iia.\-n.No. 101.  MM till1 HUM llllll  P. O. Box 700  The Prospectors' Exchange  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. O.  GoM, Silver Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the _eWExcliiin_:c. .  Free Milling Gold Properties wanted ai once for Eastern investors  to'thc^MaMytehYw                                        requested to send samples of their on-  All samples should be sent by express Prepaid.                Correspondence solicited.  Address nil communications to  ,    *  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,        Nelson, b.o  __s_____s___csn_a_s_i  II. 0. PARSON, President.  M. J. O'HRIEN, Managing Director  iLe Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  Revelstoke,  B. C.  REVELSTOKE  j Steam Laundry Co.'y.  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give logood reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not bedpatronized.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B.Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery ol parcels, baggage, etc.  to mi}* partof the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left nt R. M. Smytho's Tobacco  Store, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive promot  attention.   ,  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, is igaln open to  the public. Meals served at all  hours.  A. REBUOHESE,  Prop  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  C9T.nKS*. MYBHSOKB, B.0L  Express Delivery  All   orders    left   at   W.   M.  Lawrence's   will    be    promptly  attended to.  i  ���������* 1  VJ  i jl  i A  i  !  ii  Hi  -H. Cook.  I  ������ Ji  trsvrtwitsaxn!amiirr^mjM^nr^vjr~,ij^  llllll illllllll lllllllill'IHIHI'lllll I  AROHTBILD -T.SOOTT, H.-inc-oek, Mich.  PliTKR r.AMONT. Xi'lsim. 13. C  CHARLES 11. yTn.LWELU "Nelenn. B.C.  JAMES A. JUAGKH, Revelstoke, B. C.  BOAKD OF DLRECTORS.  DR. G. A. B. HALO. Nelson, B. 0.  J. FRED HUME, Nelson, 13. U.  ���������JAMES P. BYERS. Trail, B. C.  ���������J. O. T. CROFTS, Ni'lson, B. 0.  SAMUEL M. BUYDU-ES. Nelson, B. C.  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Nelson, B. C.  TP  ...... _T  LLua   i b  Incorporated' under the Laws of British Columbia.  ���������IM-M-afl-CTr-TtBTWIiiC  ���������-11 AJ.'VI. ..'.^'F ��������� \J1 rrZr-Tft-^  Capital: $1^000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares,  $1 Each.  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     NOJ PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  Cambourne Group, 9 Claims.   Oyster Gp., 6 Claims  Located in  the Free Gold Fish liiver Camp,  Lardeau Mininy Division,  British Columbia.  Large Veins Free  ng Gold  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Cents Per Share.  In view ofthe splendid showings of both high and low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for the economical  developing and working of the properties, it is confidently expected that, not only will the present issue of stock be sold  quickly, but no more will be offered at less than par.  Address all inquiries for., information, or applications for stock to  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   11  A., I.L.fl.  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Notary .Public,   Etc.  McKenzie Avenue, itevclstoke Station.  Money lo lonn,  fJAKVJvV, M'CAItTKR vt 1'IXKIIAM  ISnrrlslcrs, Solicitors, Ute.  Solicitors for Inii-orial Bunk of Camilla.  Coinpanv i.iuul.s io loan nt8 per cent.  J'iiikt i?tiii;i:i', Kevolhloke btiition, 1). C.  CHURCHES  MKTHODISr C'lIUHUI,  IinVEIATOKH.  rreaohing ser\iccs nl 11 ti. m. und 7:30 p. ni  Clash meeiin:: in   llio   close  of   the morning   ���������-������������������*    baboai'u Scliool und Hililc Class at 3:3U  I'micr   Muoling  every    Wednesday  at 7::wj.   Tliu    public  arc   cordially  llcv. 0.Uinsiin, l'nstor.  'Crvit'C.  Weekly  evening  Invilcil.  beats free.  ST.  PI.TKK S Ull.'lll'll,   AXOI.ICAN.  Elgin n.m., Holy Kucharist; 11a.m., ma' ns,  '.ilaiiy and sermon (Holy l_ueliarist first Sun-  dav iii Llio inontli); _!:.Jo Sunday .school, or  clillilren'.s .service; 7:_!ii Evensong (eliornl) and  .sermon. Holy Days���������The Holy Kucliarisl is  celebrated al . a.m. or 8 a.m., us announced.  Holy linplliiiii ufter Sunday Scliool ai:i:l.'i.  u. a. riiOuu.NiKit, Hector.  riiK.siiYTi:niA.v ciiukcii.  Service every Siimlay at 11 a.m. und 7:.T0 p.m.  to which all arc welcome.     I'ruyer meeting at  3 p. in. everv Wednesday.  I'.KV. w. c. Cai.iikis, l'astor.  ��������� SOMAN CATHOLIC CIIUKCII.  at lli:"*n a. in.,  on  Ilrst,   second  Muss  fouilli Siinda.vs In lhu month.  ISKV.   FATIIKIl   TIIAYKK.  an*  M  Street  SALVATION   AIIMV.  ting ovory night In their  IIk11 ������" l'"r0Ilt  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P..  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Moi-ls every Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hull at 8 o'clock  Visit inp; Knights invited.  L. II.  Buck. C. C.     :    :*   :    :    :    :  F.U. B. Lewis, K. ol* R.& ti.  Mil  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No  1658.  iteculiir meetings are held in tin  Oddfellow's Mullein the Third Friday 01 eueli month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  TItOS. STEED, W.M.  W. Cl. MUNKY, Rec.-Soc.  Official Broker,  3       Revelstoke, B. G.  SECRETARY.  P. Q. BOX 700, NELSON, B. C.  A. H. HOLDICH    .  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Koynl School of Mines, London.    Seven  yours  ut  .Morfa   Works,   Swansea.     17   years  Chiel  Chemist  to Wigan Coal and   Iron Co.,   Eng.  l.ate Chemist and Assaver, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  [Ferguson. B.C.  AKCH1BAI.D. .T. SCOTT, President.  PETER LAAIONT, Treasiiicr.  OFFICERS.  T)ll. G. A B. HALL. Vice-President  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Secretary  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  y and Surprise Creeks. ���������  CIRCLE CITY  is   absolutely   surrounded    by  -liDcvelopment.���������^-**-.--������������������^--.~���������-���������.���������  Mining   Properties   now   under  -SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO. THE GENERAL AGENT,  Gr. B, BA.THO,  Ferguson, B. C.  I  Studio....  " Is now open for business.  MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY   AND  SATURDAY,  Hours:     16 a.m. to 2 p.m:  Ladies requiring portraits taken  of themselves or their children  are requested not to wear white  dresses or have much 'white  material round the neck.  Come and see my local views,  cloud effects, telephoto views,  pictures of the moon, etc..  Thunderstorms and blizzards  will be added as opportunity  occurs.  Wright Porritt  +*t***i'*i*'i**i***i********i***i<*i.d.*i..i.*i.*  PELLEW-HARVEY,  ^7^ BRYANT ^GiLMAM  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVKIt, D.C.       'established 1S90  A88AY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Tests made up to 'J.OUII His.  A ���������..leelultj' miideol checking Smeller  Pulps.  Humpies from llie Interior hy mall or  express promptly attended to.  Correspondence solid led.  Ued Rose Degree meets second und fourth  Tuesduys of each month; White Kose Degree  meets Uiird Tuesday of each quurter, in Oddfellows Hull.   Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON, HY. EDWARDS,  President.        ,        ��������� Secretary.  H  . EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and I*c.-aired.  JUST EAST OF I'REPHV'i'EUIAN CHURCH;  *   Third Street.  ,  A Poor Class of Labor Delays  Construction and the Work  Will Stop Short of Trout Lake  for the Winter.  Thi: construction gang on tlio Lardeau railroad still continues to tu ike  fulr progress*, although the lack of  good in.ilei inl I'm' laborers lins held  buck llu; cum plot ion of tin' road to  such nn extent thai it is now practically settled llialthe grade nnd truck  laying cniinol lie finished this fall. The  men whd have taken station work are  making as .1 rule $3 or $3.50 per day.  wliich is regarded us good pay for  moving earth. The men working by  day's work have heen a great disappointment to the contractor*;. Thc  p iy loi this class ot labor is $2._.."> per  day, and it is lignrcd that a fair day's  labor fur a shoveller handling light  earth is IS to 20 yards of material.  Recent calculations a*** to the amount  of work performed hy the ilagoc.*, em -  ployed oil construction demonstrated  thai, lhey Iind only handled three nnd  a, half yards of material per day per  man. The slateiuent is* made lhat 1 his  "ooluiering-' i*>*i*:iti->iiig the contiMclor.**  n loss of several thousands of dollars  per month.  .John. Ci. Sullivan, district engineer  for the construction department of the  Canadian J'luilic spent yesterday in  the city, after having ju.-t airivcd  from the north,wheie the construction  of the new road is0 proceeding; under  his direction. JI'������������������ slates that thu uncle  is laid for half the distance between  Koolenny anil -Trout Lukes, and that  the rails now end al a poiut some four  miles south of the first c tossing. The  grade is finished ton point within eight  miles of the foot of Trout lake, the  town at this point being generally  known as Selkirk, although it is believed the name has been changed to  Gerr.ird within the last few weeks.  llr. Sullivan says the road is not  likely to be finished this winter, two  reasons being adduced for this. The  first is that .111 immense, :1:1101111c ot  snow would have to he shovelled to  permit of operations continuing, and  this would substantially increase the  cost of the woik, while, secondly, the  fact that navigation is closed on the  lake until ilny makes it unneeessaiy  to complete the road nt this time.  When the lake opens up the road will  he almost ready to handle freight  arriving via the waLer link. As to tho  matter of continuing the road past  Gerraid or Selkirk to Trout Lake Gily  or Ferguson, this is still an open mutter. . Tlie in faience, is thu������ the rtmtl  may he built to Trout Lake. City with  a view to making connections with  Thomson's -Landing and the present  terminus al Arrowhead. This connection is on the route of the one pei cent,  line from ocean to ocean, nnd it is by.  no means" impossible .or improbable  that one day all the" through freight-  ffoin const to coast will be handled  via the section now under construction. ' Tin* latter is, of course, very  much in lhe fut.ire as yet.  The Canadian Pacilic people will  likely build a branch from the Crow's  Nest line to' Marysville, the Exist  Kootenay point where the new Sulli-  vnn smeller is to be located. A line  was located there.' and Mr. Sullivan  will go east immediately to inspect the  locitiou mid complete further arrangements.���������Hossland Miner.  Certificate f Improvements  nsroTioE.  Gold IIIII mineral Claim, situate in the  Itevclstoke Mining Division of Kootenay District. ' '   '  Where Located:   In Ground Hog   Basin, on  McUullougli UrecK.  TAKK NOTICE that I, fi. B.'Humc', Free  Miner's Ccrlllleuic No. li, -liSm), intend, sixty  clii.s irom llie dale hereof, lo upply lo the  .M1111111; imi'Ordcr Ior aCei lllieute ol Improveinenls, mr the purpose ol obtaining u Crown  Cniinol' llie aljo\e claim. , ,_  And fiulliur tuK-,": notice that action, under  Section  ���������'/, musi he commenced   liefore    the,  Issuance of such Cenilleate ot  Improveinenls.  Jjiuod mis 11I1 nny ol bepteintier, Will.  C. Jl. HUME.  _    Oct. 11���������li  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  ������������������    H    VANCOUVER, B. C,  **************************  L. Schnider..  Successor lo I). Jcnlflii",  Manufacturers of ������������������������  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing of -Boots, Shoos  and Harness, a Specialty.  Is in a position to give as good value for fche  money expended, either for advertising- space in  its publication or for Job Printing*, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia. Write for Samples ot Printing*. All work  turned out promptly. One price to alL No job  can be too large or too small for THE HBiRALOX  OPPOSITE HERALD   OFFEGlI.  QAIJQOAL'  FIRST CONSIGNMENT WILL  ARRIVE FRIDAY.  .$7.50 per ton.  (Place yoiiv orders nt once in time  foi* the November slorai  il. G.4WTCHIS0N,: first street  "O.K." Mineral Claim, situate III the  Kevelsioke M inl iil' lllvl-lon of WciC Kootenny  Dlhlrli-l:  Where localed:���������m Ground Hog lluiln, on  McCulloii*;!! Creel:.  TAKK NOTICI! that I, Clmrle-i K. I.liidmiirk  of ItcvcKlokc, l*ree .Miner'.*, CertlllcRic No. 11  I'.'HO, Intend, .**iNty iluv*. Irom the dale hereof,  Ki upjily In lliu MIiiIii'k Hei'Or.liTfor n Cerlilicale ol liii|iroveiiieiiis, lor the iuirpo.su ol  oblulnilif,' a crown Criuit of the ahove claim.  And furihcr talic nolicc that action under  Section Wi. liiust he commenced before lhc  Ktuauce of.Mich Certlllcate of  liii|irovcinviil*>.  Dated tills Hth day nft August, A.I)., 1991.  auk nam chas. v. i.ixii.maiik.  As to Mother Lodes.  ' With un iiU*a Unit iiliybiologif.il  principles run through-the formation  of ores many miners believe in what is  'termed the "mother lode." lt has  grown to lie a popular superstition in  almost every mining district - that  somewhere in the locality, a mollis*.*  lode can be foiuitt, compared with .  whicli the "kid"' lodes amount to  nothing. Xobody thinks of looking  for the  "brother"   lode,, the   "sister"  _1 nde. pi*. the_ L'lnoUiei-in-law-''-___.!ode.   but   all   iirej on   the   search   for   the  mother lode.  As ii matter nf fret there is no such  thing iis n mother lode, unless at some  great depth in the bowels of the earth  a number of veins carrying similar  classes of ore run together into a common body. But a mother lode, il  entitled to that name, never comes lo  the surface.  Some veins are larger than others-,  but. there is no parentage applied to  the fuel. It is merely the ciicum-  st a nee of a larger fissure in the rocks  filling up witli vi'itions mat ter and ore.  Thousands upon lhiiii<-auds of dolluis  have - been >i|'Hindered -by men in  MMi-cli nf some great parental lode.  This is one of the most prominent  li-iiliires of a plari-r district. In the  Klondike country piomotets talk  glibly of tin* tnnther lode, as if u lich  placer neri-ninrily meant the exisl-  eiic* of Milne lode Unit had motheied  the depoMls without impaling her own  productive power*). ��������� Wei-tern Mining  W'oild.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The [choice laud north of track,  hcluci'ii TapjiIii-.'-i and l.onx's, will  he Mihdlvldcd for sale as soon hu  possible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  p. o. no?.-, -i-i.;.  T95VSE TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU.  ' ItunnliiR between Arrowhead, Thomson's  l.aiuliniranil Comiipllx, commencing October  14th, l'jtil, Mill sail ua ioIIowh, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix    twiceilaily���������10k. and lDk.  Leavlnp: Comaplix ami ' hom-ton's Landing  for Arrowhead twice dally���������7:15k and 12:10k  Making close connections with all C. V. Ti.  Steamers and Trains.  Tlicowiier? reserve the right to change times  of .sailings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  WANTED.  Wanted Immediately a Cook and Walter  Wages $5'Jand til respectively. Apply it.il  Bucha};a>-, I'cndragou Hotel, Camborne, octst  * C. P. R. Summer Resorts.  Tht-(Jii'i'idimi Pacific summer hotels  thrntiithniit tin* motiiit.iiii.s ni*xt i-en-  siiin will provide inrri'.i-*.oil .'icconiti.i*-  dalion, und it is expected that these  pupil la i* reports will be irioio of au  attraction than ever for the large  nunilu'is nf tourist.*; wlio travel over  the C. P. K. .Mr. Walter I'l-utt. Jr.,  superintendent of the. dining and  sleeping car dop.u tmeiit of tlie com,  puny, has just relumed from a trip of  inspection ovpr llie .-ystem through  British Golumbia, and ("ilsoas far south  as Seattle, wliere the compiny is  represented. .Speakiiur of llie " improvement to be flfected in the  mountain hole!*., llr. I'rlitt staled tliHfc  at Kicld tlie hotel would be enlarged  to tli������* fxli-nfof 10 rooms. These are  lo be luxuriously appointed anil lhe  hotel in many ways made erjual to the  increased     requirements. A     new  billiard room 'lias been added to ihe  hotel. Field is' in the centre of a  beautiful district for the sightseer, i  The new falls, called the Twin Falls,  with the Vogn valley and the picturesque trail.*- by which travel ha.* been  made e.-iiy. make it*-������ delightful spot  for tlu* sojourner. At I3nntf there are  (il) rooms added and the hotel improved.  This wvs found necessary owing to the  increase in this year'*; business, am  **************************  CHINA  t  5 andE lot of Beautiful dishes  + "JAPANESE," have just  J  heon pened up   at  i Canada Drug & Book Co  2 REVELSTOKE.  + Japaccse Napkins always in  ���������s.    stock���������35c. per hundred.    *.  * *f"  t ********** **f*****F**-i>*<]..f..-f.'  BORN.  ItoniNrinx ��������� On Nov. 12th, to Mr. and  .Mrs. .1. R. Robinson a daughter,  .still born.  Notes of News.  County Court meets on Dee, ,'?rd.  .). SI. .Smith and Mrs. Smith of  Nakusfi spent Friday in town.  Rev. II. Plenties Clinton left on hit  return home on Thursday evening.  .Swan Anderson of Illecillewaet was  registered at the Victoria yesterday.  XV. E. Devereux C. E. of Comaplix,  i-egiotered at the Central oil Thursday.  The small boy has smashed all the  windows on the river aide of the skating rink.  Only rt foil night to St. Andrew's  liny and nothing done yet for old  .Scotland.  XX'. B. Pool and .1. A. Lade were  passengers on Thursdiiy's train from  the south.  The Talent Society of St. .Peter'a  church will hold their sale of work on  December 17th.  The Talent Society of St. Peter's  church have decided to have their sale  of work ou December 17th.  The Talent Society of St. Peter's  church will hold a, meeting Tuesday  at i o'clock at the vicarage.  Miss Yarty. who has been visiting  for some little time past with Dr. and  Mrs, Oarrutliers left on Thursday for  the const.  The fortnightly dance of the Quad:  rille Club came oil in Selkirk llall on  Thursday evening and was attended  by a big crowd.  Special meetings will be held at the  Salvation Army barracks Saturday  and Sunday, November ICth and 17th,  led by Staff Oapt. Taylor of Spokane.  Services in St. Peter's church tomorrow, Twenty Fourth Sunday after  Trinity, will be as usual at 8 and 11 a.  m. and 7.30 p. in., Rev. C. A. Procuniar  officiating.  D. Ferguson, P. Ferguson and F.  Holten ol Ferguson, left last night on  a. trip to their homes in the east.  They travel west and south to San  Praucisco thence over the Union  Pacific east to their destination.  L. A. Fretz has put in the sidewalk  for the subscribers from the City  Hotel to opposite the post office. It  is the intention to run it on to Third  s.reet.The Cayley Bros, who are directing the work, have made a fine job of  it.  Jas. Lauder has left the service of  the Revelstoke Water, Light and  Power Co., and R. Gordon has taken  his place. Mr. Gordon will continue  lo conduct his plumbing business as  usual and has secured the services of  E. Moscrop, who has left the C. P. R.  shops, lo assist him in it.  Yesterday afternoon the Chinamen  on Front St. had a big time getting up  a72'footflag pole in front of their  new joss house. The furniture etc.  for the joss house will all be here in  about ,x week. The Chinamen will  celebrate the opening of the huilding  this afternoon.  All sorts and conditions of  men require all sorts and  conditions of medicine. We  have the very best for -each  man's need. The weathcr  necessitatcs attention to thc  health, and many simple  remedies there are which wc  can give you, saving- you,  perhaps, a severe illness.  G. F. CURTIS,  The Druggist.  TAYLOK BLOCK,        -      -      '   McKenzie Avc  Now Ik lhe time to imilci* yn'ur  iirraiiucmi'iil fur liulhllni; next  .spring; If you will -call upon  ns we will show you how In  liccouic yourown Landlord and  to  Save Money  ���������Green Prunes at G. 11. Humi. *fc  Co.'s.  F. McCarty came buck from the  Okanagan (Jus inoriiing.  ���������Choice cranberries at 0. 13. Iluine  & Co.'s.  Miss Woodwind of the IlKit.w.n  stall went to Calgary this inoriiing.  ��������� Satin cushion buttercups for sale  at Bews' dru_> store.  A. E. Kincaid hi-; hei 11 nppo'iited  local agent for the .Mutual Liie of Xew  York.  ���������A fresh stock of Spanish peanut  taffy just opened at Pew's drug store,  85 c. per lb.  H. A. Perley. proprietor of the  Hotel Revelstoke, came in from Calgary last night.  ���������In rubber ln.il**; fur men. women  and children there is a splendid assortment at C. B. Hume & Co.'s.   .  Mrs. 3. G. Drown and family have  left town to take up their residence in  Washington.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. McGtirtor and  family returned from their visit to the  east on last night's N'o 1.  Failing the council being able to do  it. Abrahamson brothers have done  considerable gravelling on Front St.  at their own expense.  Tom Hamilton, a well known old  time Hudson's Bay man. committed  ���������uiiriile at Ashcroflor. Wednesday by-  taking morphine.  Miss McKechnie arrived in lown  yesterday from Wolsley. Assn.. on a  "visit to iir. and 31 rs;. A. E. Kincaid at  their residence on First St.  John Stewart of Vancouver, representing the Century Life Insurance  Co., a British Columbia concern  owned and controlled in our own province, is in town today.  ������  w  (������1)  m  US)  H)  Me have B. C. PERMANENT LOAN AMD FAViNGS CO. sloe]; Tor sale  al ui par value of ���������JUKI per i-hare, with a premium "I *.'J*-| per shun*. Thi*.  Stock is now earning a permanent dividend of Klj������ln percent, per annum,  ami is an alisolntcly sale Ini-exlniciit nt double tliconliiuiry  interest rales.  I his Stock ha*, risen  from ���������fliH)  per Share in January l'JiHl in (V2ii at   lhc  present tunc, and will without iloiibl be worth $1.W iii one vear from llie  present, time.   The onsets of thu Coinpanv have Increased from .!'.i,7.->.;.l.l at  December :!lst, litis, to ovcr.fltiO.liUU.uu 111 the present time.  Also   CLASS   C Accumulative Stock���������?IU   per   inontli invested in this  Slock -will he worth .floUU.tm in eight vcars. l'-igure out vour prolit for  yourself.  The  Smelter  Townsite  We are olToring special   inducements  to   purchasers  of I.ots  for the balance or the year.  VERY EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT.  Real Estaie, Insurance & Financial Agents, Revelstoke  w  W>  W>  W>  !������)'  W>  i  ���������fl>  <H  i  <m  (H  (Hi)  ill  w.  (Hi  -ii  ������  (H  (iHS)  PRICE!  They wear well, look well, and are easy to buy.*  We sell our Carpets made and  laid, and ensure  perfect lit and prompt service.  If   Falling   Prices  could be heard,     our   Store  would sejm like the C. P. R.  shops.  Oar MEN'S FURNISHINGS are complete and  up-to-date.  0.irnjjr3 AND SHJIZS are well sold and  sold right.  Pick o.it any and eery article you admire or  desire in o.ir Store and you'll bi surprised and  gratiileJ to leirn the price���������Nj shelf-worn, shopworn, left-o.'ers. All Njw, all Stylish, all of  GjJ.1 O.i ility, at  TAYLOR & GEORGE'S  AND  SUH THK UAH GAINS AT  GUY  UAUliElfS  IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  **'-^**tf'**^'*^*^******������*^*tf^  fr  Foote Si Abrahauisoii, the contractors on the erection of the hospital,  are rushing the huilding along and if  the weather continues favorable will  very soon hare it roofed in. when  there will be no difficulty in proceeding  with the work no matter what kind of  climate come* along.  A lire, which broke out in a bedroom  in Mr. Black berg's residence on Second  street, gave No, 2 brigade about 2S)  minutes work this morning, There  was no stove or stovepipe in ihe room  nnd lhe fire apparently started from a  box of clothing. No great damage  wus done, the total amount of the lost*  heing aboul $150,|cnver������d hy insurance  in the Norwich Union, represented by  Lewis JJrus.  There was no quorum at the council  meeting last night, only the Mayor  and Aid. Abrahaiuon and McLeod  heing present. Tliere were two  petitions which should have come up  for consideration, one for a light at  1 he corner of Government road and  Garden avenue, oh the new stretch of  sidewalk and one asking the council to  put a bylaw to the ratepayers to raise  SO.OOO, S3.C0D to buy Hlock iii, and  $2,000 to put np n, central flre hall at.d  SI,000 for fire hiigade equipment.  D. McLean, the. well known Northwest wholesale flour and feed man  was in town yesterday. There is an  immense crop of oats in Alberta .and  Manitoba and there will lie a surplus  unless farmers take advanlai/e of tha  half million bushel contract to supply  Ihu troops in South Africa. The  tlealei-s are keeping the price una  notch aliove the 24 c. offered on this  contract hut if it is not all filled by  the lust day, Dec. 18th, there is I:kely  to he a big drop in prices and a big  surplus on the farmers hands. .So far  only one car load out of about 180 has  been sent out to Montreal. Manitoba, which has had to purchase oats  for tlie last couple of years, has them  to sell this season, which will act as ft  further factor in keeping down tho.  price.  AROUND THE  RAILWAY YARD  Personal' Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  John Lord, swingui.'in a', Hogi-rs  Pass in iti town.  Kng:neer A! Graves has returned to  work after ,*i two months-' holiday.  The C. P. It. shops hen* aie employing an exda large force and the work  is rushing.  John Oiiiiind. ('. P.IJ. hl.'itioii master  at Vancouver ha.-i n> turned from a  vacation trip cast.  Anotbur gang. Indians this time,  who had been employed on the mow  sheds at Glacier, were paid off yester  day.  Geo. E. Bryan, C. P. H. agent at  Innisfail on the C. Si E. has resigned  to go into the lumber arid instrument  business.  B. F. Gayman returned from his  holiday on Thursday and resumed  work on the railway ticker in the  telegraph oflice.  1 Today the daily train service on the  ti. Si O. is discontinued and the winter  time schedule of three trains per week  goes into effect.  D. Little, (J. P. It, i-.nginecr at Kamloops, has been transferred to Ihr  Smelter .Iunction-TriiiI',run and went  down to the Junction on Tuesday.  B. W. Greer, assistant general  freight agent' for the CP.it. with  headquarters in Vancouver, left on  Monday for a tour through Okanagan  anil Kootenay points.  It i.s two months since thc shopmen  in Muncie, Ind., working on the Chicago &   Southeastern   have  received  NOW is the, time to make  'Your-Stove Purchases.  Wc have a  Splendid Line of  AT RIGHT PRICES.  A full Line of  Hardware and Paints  arc also in stock.  Our Stock of Groceries  Are, as Usual, F/ash aid Camp] etE.  At  fr  ������**  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  REAL ESTATE-IS-.v'i^rS?^^'  r Cimii'lii I'ei'iiiniieiil *'i Western  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  CT1VJ A 1VTPT A T cCanada I'eniiiuienl .'i Western  rill All L.IAL-.       <!a������ii<!ii .Mortiiii!?������ Corporation.  t < Equitable.'.'livings 1.111111 mul Uiillillng Association.  TlVTCTTTi A 1\IPE   I (I1nperl.1l I'irc.      Ciiinrillnn l'iri*.      Mercantile Flre  llloUKAllLC   I HlKiiailliin Fire.      Caledonian Fire,  iiiuviunii;!,   . {ciimfciluriitliuil.lfi*.       Alius Flre.  COAL FOR SALE, ,IlOUSES>OR SALE AND RENT.  Address Revelstoke Station.  %  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr - ���������������  ���������* ���������*^*������***-^.^.������'^**j***.*..>^  CUE]   P3BFEOT   DRESS-  Many   men   have   many  minds in thc matter of dress '  ���������but the dictates of fashion '  'must be considered. '  ...  .Wc make the clothes you  want, correct in style, ofthe  best' material, and in a fault-  - less manner.  " There's   real   distinctiveness -in   the   garments  we  make.  Our stock is the largest  and best assorted in the city  cr. ib. . ai?>Eiss3yc^isr,  lhc Art Tailor,   Mackenzie   'Aie.  any pay. A strike i-i the result. The  locomotives have been chained to the  I rucks by thn strikers and suit filed in  court for the recovery of wni_;i.***.  John Cam pl-���������-���������]! of Alland.-ile. a fr. T.  KcbrakiMiiun. was instantly killed in  the. west end of the comp.'iny's yard.*.  Winnip**}.;, at a late hour of Thursday  week. Campbell was engaged making  up his train, und wa������ caught between  two cars and terribly crushed. Deceased was about 23 years of .-igf and  unmarried.  The employes of the Grand Trunk  railway at Port Huron, .Mich., have  raised a fund of ^'.IJVfl to establish a  co-operative store, where they can  purchase the things they nee.d at  lower prices. The action of Un*.  Merchants' antl Manufacturer/ Association forcod the men to take, this  action. An order for TAKI tons of coal  011 which they save $1.70 per Ion by  the deal has been placed.  Frank Km use, a locomotive engineer, and .lohn Shea, a section boss, had  thirty minutes of terrible suspense in  anticipation of a horrible fa to at Beo-  wawe, Nev., on the line of the Southern Pacific Railroad, last Friday  evening. Jjoth were tied across a railroad track by a mob of infuriated  Greeks and wero doomed to be crushed  by a train which   was   soon   to   pass.  The earnest pleadings of their I'rii ua  accomplished their release a low  minutes beforo the headlight or the  engine that would ha vo ended their  lives Hashed upon the mils.-.Railroad  Kiiipluyi.'.s Journal.  The Winnipeg ViiiL.u says: "An  exceedingly arbitrary order bus been  posted at tlu: C. P. 1{. shops. Il is to  tin.* cfleet that any man leaving the  service of the company on his own  accord (without being fired) cannot be  Uken on again at any lim- Tliis will  be particularly hard in some cai-i's  such as wilh men who an; Irving i,<>  get started on farms, and *|iml j|,  necessary to go out for a couple of  months so to assist the family there  In futiii"; sii"h men need nul apply  again for work to I.he eompanv."  Xo such order has been posted in the  shops here.  The following new appointments  have been made on tho I. C. ll; T. E.  Henderson is appointed superintendent of car service and telegraph, with  office at .Moncton. JJriver VV. C.  Hunter is appointed air brake inspector, with oflice at .Moncton. lioth  report to the superintendent of  machinery and rolling stock at 3Ionc-  ton. ll. C. Gesner, air brake, inspector, is appointed master mechanic,  with office at Stellarton. His jurisdiction will he from Oxford .funtion  to Sydney. North Sydney and Truro,  ninl includes the Truro terminals. XV.  ,L Richardson is appointed assistant  superintendent of inachitierv and  rolling stock, with office at .Moncton.  also ii new position.  ($   BLINOS. CURTAIN POLKS, TRIMMINGS. PICTURE MOULDS,  ������l-:u*.    Cabinet  Making,   Uholstering,  Picture Framing,  Polishing,  and all kinds of repnirwork.  m *      UNDERTAKEN^.  )������( Collins made at a few hours' notice.    Finished in either Walnut  ���������3������   Cherry, Blnck Cloth or Polished Oak. ut KASTHUN PRICKS.   '  /5A ."xTUKI'iE YEARS KXPEItUONCE AT THE BUSINESS.  &      REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  m  B  m  A Ihtro miikc of 1'olnt J.aec,  Piii'liess iiml niiltenlniri;  Ilrnlils, Sliuupeil Dcsliois,  Sliiinpi'il Linens, Km broidery  Neeilles, Hooks, &x:  llerltn nml Zephyr Wools, nil  similes, Slipper Solon, Valen-  heienee*, I.nee, Insertion.  Cull nt tlie .���������  MADISON  PARLORS.  0*  m  6BS  m  -if  K3  ffijj Misses Shcppard & Bell igg*,  V'-a McKenzie Avenue     oc'3     !&x  i&u-iMjX  COUGH SYRUP  SI'JCCIALI.V FOR CHILDREN  KASV TO TAKE.  Affords   marvellous   nnd  prompt  relief.  Try a Bottle for 25c  CARETAKER WANTED  Application*! for the position of CHielnkor  for ilie lli-vel-loke SkntliiK Kink will lie  revet veil nt the ollice of llie nnilerslKiieil.  Applicants to state experience mul Mil-try  required.  .1. M. SCOTT.  &���������������  ���������   M  '���������M-iii'-^L,  VJSbikutfihl .'i\,'.*.".*'���������>-'  7CfL,XS?.^X<r--/: '.- >.'  !M*������fi*&.*'V:'  ��������� -~r''  Now is the time  to leave your orders for  Christmas Cakes  There will ba on hand for the Holidav  Trade a complete line of Fruit and Con-  .fecllojiery.  A. N. SMITH.  4


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