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Array ������>���������? r5*Wji"j'h..;j������  f A* #   /fidtAyfm  Vol    V.  No 9S  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY,   DECEMBER  14, 1901.  $2 00 a Year in Advance  <#^i6&**ttS-a4-tt-4'<&'e-^^4to&<l*P4  mas Greetings  This year's importations of  Holiday Uoods in Lhc following  lines are much larger and  more complete than any of  former years, and it is with  confidence that wo solicit your  patronage* fur your Christmas  purchases.  In Dolls, from 10c. to $.->, there  is a splendid assortment of  special merit in manufacture.  Dolls, Carriages. Cradles. Dust  Pans, Trunks, Carpet Sweepers, Brooms, Ranges, Stoves,  ���������Smoothing Irons, Parlor Sets,  Tea Sets, etc.  In the Boys' Lines we have a  very largo range of these goods  of which tho following are just  a few of the latest. Railway  Trains, fire' Engines, Hook  and Ladder Brigade, Mechanical Toys of all kinds, Rubber  and Celluloid Balls���������all sizes,  Drums. Noah's Ark. Air Guns,  Pistols,, Saving Banks, Band  Musical Ins'tiunients, Tool  Chests, Horses, etc.  s  BY WIRE  Ida  of  Congi esi and Ihe S<*nate into passing  *i resolution that: **\Yli**reas, lhe  g ivi-rmiM>!'l aiul people of Ctimidii  ��������� iiivu ilui-ided. in *--piii* of reinonsl ruti-  ci's fi'nin tin- Nort hi-!!) Securities  tiu**l. to destroy .-mi! reudui* useless  c-ilain       pi-opi-ity       belonging       to  Bonine Declared  Innocent \ ^'..'.'.'.'i'?."." ��������� .i:!!,iz!;,<iu;,...l(.. ,..*vi,\,.,!',\!  the Ayres Murder.��������� -Dread-  I C.inaili.'in P.ieilic Railway, by building  ; <i parallel i-i-iitd, for   the "whole   of   it's  .  ,   _, -      ���������       .,    idisliiiiei*   I'ronf   (be    Atlantic   to   the  ful  Consequences  Of a Family i (J,,(-;(i,*. whereby   the   said   American  Duke   of  Winnipeg  the    Biilish  Lllp  Beautiful in design 'and of  especial merit���������very suitable  for Christmas Presents.' Prices  from $1.50 to $12.-'  Quarrel in Victoria.  WiNNti'ia;. Dee.   U.-Tlu  Newcastle  passed   ihruugh  yesteidny    enrou! e    lo  Columbia mining ili*-li ict*-'.  Washington, Dee. II.���������A verdict of  not guilty wa-> retuinc'l in the trial oT  Ida liniiiiie. ai eu->eil of the murder of  .Juiiics Seymour Ay res Jr.. the young  census nlllic clerk at Washington,  D. C.  WlllTllY, Out., Bee. M.-Isaac Ed-  wariis, an employe iu the King Jtios.  tannery liei e was unused and was  found litter a search iu a vat of boiling  wai er.  ViuTOUiA. Doc. 11.���������As a result of a  family row iu the residence of Mr. and  Mrs. Koeler, Ross Bay, Victoria, the  house was burned and tho mother and  child burned t.o death. Thc father is  now in jail pending an investigation.  Pax.v.ma, Doc. 1-1.��������� The Colombian  government troops urn-prised 1,000  insurgents near Buena Ventura on  Monday. The loss was heavy on bolh  sides. It is reported that Chili and  Colombia have signed a treaty of  alliance.  Chili has called out 20.000 men to  guard Lhe mountain passes against  a threatened invasion by Argentine.  It is reported that the British  minister at Valparaiso has oll'ered  the mediation of Great Britain in the  dispuLe between Iho two countries.  CORRESPONDENCE  "We hnvo just'iinported a fine  line of the Genuine World-  Renowned Crown D o r b y  Crockery and Limoges colo-  -brated French China. AVe  have also Ti splendid line of  China Dinner aiid Tea Sets,  and a largo assortment ot  Dinner and Tea Sets in Common Crockery. Fancy Cups,  Saucers ar.d Pluto.***, and children's Cups, Saucers and  Plates.  7wtrr,..jmttt - t.. iu. -.A ���������U^MilaJ.-WIUIlW  Our Line, in this Bepavtment'  ~i iYel TidesT"aTifong-1 i fa ri'y^ hai; d =-=-  some and useful Christmas  Presents. .Japanese Drapery,  Piano and Table Covers. Manicure Sri**, Fancy Bugs, and  Mat.*;, etc.  The Railway Trust and Canada  Ei'ilorof IIki-ali>:  I bog to olTer you my congratulations  on the outspokun and lucid manner in  which yon editorially treat the  political and railway problems at  present existing in British Columbia  and Canada. You are quite right in  advocating government ownership of  railways and other public monopolies.  It is evident to all who have' studied  thc phenomenal rise and spread of the  huge trusts and , combines in the  United States that the people, not'only  of that country, but * of ��������� all ��������� other  nationalities, must -'rise aud band  themselves, politically ot" course, into  a partyithat will be strong enough to  wrest tlie reins-of government from  the class of politicians who at present  only pretend to obey the will of the  people ' just before" an election takes"  place.      That the United Stales trusts  ere  o  gland. The "Match  b-u-at, has successfully inaugurated a  eiuipaign thero that will not .stop till  tne whole of industrial England is  captured.- The big railway trust has  turned ils eyes on Canada, and if our  government is alive to the situation it  will lose no more time iu pretending  that the trust will not dare Lo dictate  our industrial and railway policy from  New York or Chicago, mil at once  sock to give to tho Canadian people  what is "their duo and just rig'tiL���������the  control of all public franchises. The  Canadian Pacilic Railway was practically built by public money and  valuable public lands���������a splendid gift  for a much richer counLry than ours  was then io bestow upon a private  .company.  But had the Canadian Pacific shown  less of the disposition of the "old man  of tho sea," ha-1 it done its best to  build up the country it passes through  instead of being blind to every interest  except that of earning   fat   dividends  eiti/.fiis will lie losers to the exLeul of  ninny million.**, of dollars.  "Be il resolved that* the Washington  government send a rcinon*-l ranee to  t he Canadian govei:iment against such  a IliiiiTant breach of inlernatimial  courtesy and fuii-nef-s. anrl, further,  lhat in ease stir:: reinonsl i-inee  remains unheeded by the Canadian  government I or a period of thirty  days, an ultimatum be at out-'c  despatched lo Ottawa deiuimdin_r the  cessation of all work on the proposed  ti-ans-i-iiiwiiieiital parallel railway."  Thus, war might be the outi-ouie  of a tiy atteinpL to euclue the Aiui'i-kmi  I rust once they owned ihu C. P. II. Of  tiiiiise, I do not say this would  aeiually evenlnite. but those of us  wbo haviviotici'd tin* I eeent- trend of  -.-veins at Washington will he prepared  to helieve that it. i.s not at- all  impossible, and in fact, is not far  removed from lhe probabilities of  Inline high handed mandates from an  aulocr-itic billionaire.  Of the barefaced attempt made thi.s  veir at Victoria to obtain a bonus from  lhe Provincial government for the  p.irpiise of building ti railway for the  above meiilioned American railway  trust isan instance of how fm- this  sort of thing can be carried. It makes  an honest man sick lo see how many  there'ire who aie willing to betray  their constituency and lheir country  for lhu handling of a portion of the  hoodie handed out by these great  financiers whose aim "is tn rule the  American continent from the nnrth  pule lo Cape Horn and incidentally  il-,*.* olher three continents as well.  Tbey will have to keep their hands  oif Australia and New Zealand. The  people own most of the public franchises there.  Yours truly,  B. W. NOUTIIKY.  Olalla, B.C.. Dec. 10th, 1PJ1.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  Brown   has returned   to  Ceo. JWeL.  Vancouver.  C. Carey,  in town on  trainmaster  Thuisdav.  at   Field   vwis  llias  illOpS  place. That the United Slates trust:  arc preparing to invade Canada, then  can be very little doubt*. Thay havt  ii.ren.dv invaded England.    The Matcl  That nxpositcr Paragraph.  To the Editor of iho Jlr.iui.D:  Sir: Will you kindly give ine space  in your paper to contradict a report,  I understand is current."connecting me  wilh the item, published in the"Perth  Expositor." Until I s.iw the matter  leferi'i'd to in the ICootenay Mail of  Fiiday a week ago, I had no knowledge of the existence of inch a newspaper. Let me say, however. wiLh the  dropping out ol two or three sentences  r feel the Perth Expobitor is substan  lially correct. In saying this I am but  echoing the thoughts of a laige n uni I ior  of the best- thinking per p'e of  Revelstoke.  Yours Tr uly  W. C. CATAiElt.  Harry Pilling. niacliiuisl,  ret ui nud lo work in thu C. P. U.  aL NeNtiu, from Va neon ver.  R.ioiil Iloule, au I. C. lt. brakeman.  was killed while coupling cars at  Druuimondville, Que., on Wednesday  night.  Wesley McLennan, C. P. Jt. line  man nt. lingers Puss, leaves tomorrow  morning on a visit to his home near  Winnipeg.  D. 0. Anderson, for some time pasl  C.P.R. baggageman at* Greenwood,  left Tuesday for SL. George, neai  Toronto, Ontario, where he will again  fill a pusilion formerly occupied there  as agenl of thc Grand Trunk railway,  his son taking lhe position hu vacated  in Greenwood. -  Thc contract lms been let foi* the  new 0.' P. R. hotid in Vancouver,  Messrs.' Robertson and Ilackelt of  Vancouver, being the successful  tenderers. The entire building will be  re-constructed excepting the nortlu-rn  wing. F. M. Ratten bury, Victoria,  supplied the plans  Articles of incorporation have boen  filed in the office, of thu Secretary of  State for thu Grand Trunk "Western  Railway Co. The principal place of  business is given a.s Detroit, Mich., and  the directors are : C. M. Hays, E. XV.  Meddangh, O. Percy, F. II. McGuigan,  J. II. Mum, F. W. Cotter. The capital  stock isf8(1,000,000. The art icles show  that the Port Huron and Indiana railway and the Indiana-, and Illinois  railway have decided to consolidate  under tlu- aliove title. There has been  talk of lhe Grand Trunk striking for a  Pacific -co,ml terminus and railroad  men thhik Lhis may bu a slop towaul  lliat end.  ... -A C-G.frist ihurch- -Vancouver,"' Wednesday morning Miss Mary Gilford  Edmonds, daughter of the lale Henry  V. W.linonds. and Mr. C. N. Marpole,  son ol" Superintendent Marpole. of lhe  O P.R., weiv united iii marriage. The  bi-idi-smnid was Miss Ida   Canibie, and  . W.   F.   Salsbury,     ji.,   assisted     the  groom. Miss Edmonds was given  away by her brother, Mr. II. L. I'M  in ondsi of Westminster. The bride  looked charming in a '.travellm*-?*  costume of light brown cheviot cloth.  The happy couple started on their  honeymoon trip in Mr. Miirpole's  private car attached Lo Lhu SeatLle  train.  Tuesday afternoon an accident occurred on thc Lardo railway that  nearly caused several deaths. As it  was one of those affected by itsulTored  fjcvorc injuries and is now at tho  hospital at Kaslo. Five men were  coining down thc track on a handcar  which Lhey wore making go as fast* as  n favorable grade, and their strength  could make.it. Just after they had  passed the second crossing of the Lardo  river: Lhey came around a curve to sec  an empty flat car standing on the  track immediately ahead. There was  no time to put on brakes and the handcar crashed into Ihe flat car, and was  badly .miashcd. Alfred Anderson a  foreman on the construction had his  head badly cut and sustained internal  injuries, whilo the othor men wore  severely bruised. Dr. llarkins went  up on the steamer Nelson and brought  the injured man down to Kaslo for  treatment at the hospital. - The car  had been left standing to be loaded  with ballasting but a short time before.  ���������Nelson Miner.  !3������  ER'S  Metal Trades Federation  The metal trades federation after a  series of meetings finally organized  Monday ut Scianton by electing  ollieers.* The following officers were  elected: President, E. J. Lynch, New  York, national president of the inelal  polishers; vice-president, Robert Kerr.  Moline, national president of the  blacksmiths; secretary-treasurer, Jno.  O'Leary. Worcester, Mass., president  of the coremakers. The executive  committee will be composed of the  above" officers und the national prexi  dents of the other trades allied with  lhe metal federation. The personnel  of this commillee has not yet eDtiielv  been made up.. Those who'have .been  elected are: L. R. Thomas of Lhe  pattern makers; .Tames O'Connell,  Washington, of "the machinists; John  Tierni-'V, Detroit, of the stove mounters; John Mulholland, Toledo, of, the  allied mechanics; and Pres. .Gomp'ers  of the American Federation "of"'���������Dib'o'r',-  ijeko will represent the crafts that  Iflfre n.i national organization hut  which are affiliated with the American  Federation of Labor. The object of  the organization is to have an association that can deal, directly with the  manufacturers. *  Crowds of Delighted Customers  Throng' Our ��������� Ne?/ Premises ���������  ROWDS of CUSTOMERS tiironged our New Premises yesterday, all expressing great delight with thc Hundred and .One objects of interest in every  Department.  In the'Groccry Lint* we have,  as usual,- a most select aud  1'iesh stock, specially for the  Holiday trade. In Confection-  cry, Fruits, etc., the goods arc  of the very best, including  Candies of all kinds, Assorted  Nuts, JaprneseOranges, Sweet  Potatoes, Apples, Pears, Layer  Raisins, Shelled Almonds, <fec.'  BBasasKZOEsnEaBae  C.B. HUME & CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Co  and Bennett Fuse.  we Canadians wouldhave loved il, and  honored and praised it as one of Lhe  greatest and grandest institutions of  our country.  Bub in ,the past the Canadian  T'acilic, by its terrific rates and its  backwardation rates and its injustice  in discriminating against those, towns  and places that were entirely at ils  meicy. has alienated our affection for  and our pride in our "great national  highway." Foreigners who .have  crossed the con ti ner. I in its <.-l.ihr.rutc  trains have loudly praised its excellent ndniinistraliou. the courtesy of  its'o.iioiais: etc. elc, but when the?e  laudation.1*, havo been" delivered in the  pivsuuc.-* of British Columbians Lhey  have generally been accepted, if not  with disfavor," at least in silence. We  of this province cannot fuel enthusiastic about the speed, safety, cotniVr t or  magnificence of the Canadian ' P ciiic  Hailwav. Wc know too much .������������������bout  it. AVe. have felt and still feel tlu- iron  hand, however much it may be hidden  by courtesy-or splendid trapp :igs.  No, we can't enthuse over the   CI'.H.  But now lhat there is danger lhat  this "national highway"' of ours may  be ruled, operated and dominated by  a, gang, of big capitalists in the  metropolis of ������t foreign country, is it  nod time that the people, the massos  if you will, made some effort to retain  control in Canada*' of a railway built  by Canada for Canada ?  It is time, and high time, for the  government lo obtain control of tho  Canadian Pacific or to routine the  Intercolonial westward to the Pacific  coast. One reason is this: If llu* big  American syndicate gels Ihe controlling power over the C.P.H. by buying  up the stock, they (the trust, ni-ignate*-)  would be utile to thwart the pmch.i-.ei  of our big railway by the government  very easily and the parallelling rf thai  road liy jh<* Intercolonial would be  const tiled by the American I rust as an  act of lioiplilily against their vested  rights in the'Caiiudian Pacilir*. It is  well known that the _ Hilt-Morgan  people cnn mould, the majority of the  members of Congress (mid piohntily a  ureater majority of the Senate) to  their way of seeing things. Well, in  thai c.HSe what would hinder Messrs.  | Ilill, Morgan &'Co. fr<uu "influencing"'  ',11  -A-his-Store-s-vast^usincss-is^forging-ahead-cvcry"-^  had but one effect and that is to increase our already large trade. -The spirit of  Christmas is in thc air���������a delightful contagious fever is upon old and young, rich  and poor. The only-remedy for it is GIVING ! GIVING'!! GIVING!!! There  There arc no Misers fn this world���������not al Christmas time. . To give tokens of love  and friendship once a year is as ' pleasant  as   to   receive   them.     Buy  within .your  .means and you'll be happy,  off till the Eleventh Hour.  Ii's easy enough if vou buv carefully and don't put it  s  I C1***1-7';*  \&t  C'R .tf vi"3 !  EVERY  DEPARTMENT has taken on the Holiday air. The Store is overflowing  .with Gifts.     We are ambitious to keep this Store growing as il has-been for the year  past.    Have set ourselves to the task of doing  TWO-AND-ONE-HALF-TIMES  as large a business as last December.  SO, HEST ������ASSUR"ED, we shall not take the advanlaffo ofthe opportunity to ask  liigh prices for the things in most demand. During December, a.s in every other  month, our prices shall be the Lowest for;thc Best Values.,    .  A SECOND  LETER FROM SANTA GLAUS  W-  NORTH  POLK,   kjoI.  DEAR MESSRS.  REID &  VOUXC :  Ail being well,  I start foi- Revelstoke on Monday,  and wilh good luck  and   plenty   of    snow    on    ground,    expect lo   arrive   at   the   Grotto next  Tlmrsilav.    Keep those Candv Men hard at  work, and tell   them   to  make  1 11 '  none but the very best quality.      I  will   send you a telegram every day on  my journey to let you know how I am getting along.        My love lo :i!l in  Revelstoke.  Your I-'a-ithbi! Friend,  SANTA CLAUS.  TALENT SOCIETY  Bazaar and Entertainment Given  \by the Ladies of the   Society  in\the   Opera   House     Last  Niglit  There was a capital evening's entertainment provided by the ladies of St.  Peter's Talont Society last night in lht>  opera house. The proceedings commenced at four o'clock in the afternoon, when the sale of work opened.  There were four stalls all very prettily  decorated arranged along the sides of  the hall. On the right of the entrance  was the fish Pond presided over by  Mrs. Holten ami Miss McLean, which  took in $15.70 in nickels and dimes  during the evening. lieyond on the  same side was the Pancy Work stall,  at whicli Mrs. 13. H. ti. McLean, Mrs.  Kisteen and Mrs. J. M. Scott were in  attendance and which did very good  business, contributing S50 to the  evening's total. On thc opposite side  was first the Candy stall, run by Mrs.  Sptirling, Miss Jean Orr and Miss  Fraser, whicli also, did a big trade,  netting $20 during tbe evening. At  the refreshment stall .Mrs. Carruthers,  Mrs. Trimble, Mrs. Brundrett, Mrs.  Corley, Misses Spurling, Jones and  Clary attended to the wants of the  inner jnin .-ind-did a very thriving  business, their total takings beingover  fourteen dollars. Thirty seven dollars  and a half were taken at the door so  that when the tickets sold * are all  turned in and everything settled up it  will he seen that the untiring efforts  of the ladies of the society and their  friends to make the bazaar a success  were well rewarded.   .  Af. S.'iO p. m. an entertainment  presided over by Mrs. Coursier was  started and one of the very best  musical programmes which a Revelstoke audience has ever heard rendered  by local talent was put- on, A male  quartette, Messrs. All urn, Gordon,  Coursier and Cook, rendered some lire  old English hunting songs, "John  Peel," "Drink, Puppy Drink," "We'll  All Go a Hunting To-day," in great  style."and D.r. Carruthers. who. ac-_  coinpanied them, gave the rousing old  Lincolnshire .favorite "For Its My  Delight On. a Shiny Night." A.  JIatlhcws, accompanied by E. Humphry.1*., rendered three numbers on the  violin which were much appreciated,  as was also Mrs. Dent's singing of  "Daddy" with violin obligate Miss  Fee's solo was loudly encored and Mr.  Jas. Taylor and the,two ladies Mrs.  Dent and Miss Fee, gave some  charming duets and trio. Miss Nellie  Dunne and sixteen Utile ones en robes  de unit created much amusement as  the "Alabama Coon." Messrs Barber.  Kincaid and Taylor gave a  'mandolin      Trio. A      pantomine  iu dumb show enacted by Mrs. Auiau.  Miss McLean, R. Atkins. XV. Smythe,  C. 13. Shaw and T. R. Baker brought  thu programme to a triumphant close.  Bishop Dart presided and made an  excellent chairman. Everything went  otf without a hitch and those who had  taken so much pains with getting up  the programme are to be cougratu-,  luted on its success.  The ail'uir wound   up   with   an   im  prompter hop, in which a large number  of.those present took.part.      ���������  MAfL  ORDERS  SOLICITED  REID  MAIL  ORDERS  SOLICITED  !0������4f<t*1f*+0*44HI***4r*4H(������*** E^-r**r**-T*������*^.*Cg-<.-t~J^  ll  s (bisons! -I  This is the Lime of the year, when  we are nil looking towatds Christmas.  It i- Lhe fact that we iiU expect a few  days' gr.od times that makes us take  Viiii'h an intfiesL in it* Now in order  In do our share to help-everybody to  have a good lime, we will give two  dining room i hairs or two bedroom  chairs or anything We have of equal  value lo eveiy customer that spends  ten dollais or over wilh us. If yon  don't, want chaii-s come and pick  anything you like out and we will  allow you the price of the chairs on it.  Vou bail bettei spend your Christmas  money this way than spend it iu  articles that do you no good, and  which are something iike tbe nine  days' wonder, you .appreciate them  foi- a few days and then entirely forget  them. Spend your money in .1 sensible piece of furniture, and yon have  somel hing that makes your home  cosy and you never regret the outlay  afterwards. Don't forget our special  sideboards for $12.50. They were  never sold here before we started  business. I'rr less than twenty or  twenty-five dollars. If you invest in  one, it will entitle yon to our Christmas  present, and we think ynu will  appreciate your offer. We don't want  to live and see everybody else starve.  We want to see everybody live and.  have a good time. We wish you all a  Merry Christmas and a. Happy New  ,Yenr. with the compliments of the  Revelstoke Furniture Co.  The People's Furniture House. 3jfaeUiolit %m\\\ ami Ijailwag  ^tcu's Jfltqal,  Published liy  Tbe  Kevelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing'Director.  A Stfini-Wcoklv Joiirnn! published in the  Interests ������f the railway men. iniuing men ami  ���������*ii**lness men nt the West. Days of I'lililli'iulon  Wednesday anil Saturday.  AllVKI'.'lISI.SC!   KXTKS.  ' Display nils., $1.50 per inch; single eolumn,  ti per i'neh when inserted on title pane  I.eititi mis.. 10 cents per inch (nonp.'inel) line  lor Hr-ii insi-i-iioii; 6cents lor eiu-li nililltiuiiiil  iu-vi-iiuu. Local notices 10 cents per line eneli  is-iiii*. Ulrtli, Marriage und Death Nuiiees  free.  KI-BSCHIITIOS   HATES.  llr manor cnirlei-. ti per annum; -M.23 tor  s*ix "months, strictly in advance.  New South \Valos has placed the most  drastic industrial arbitral ion bill yet.  heard of on the statute bonk, clothing  the judges with 11 emi'iidiais jioweis  and without, any appeal  whatever.  THE CIIR1STAIAS TRAD!-:.  ,,l  Is one of llie best equipped printing ollices in  the West and prepared to execute all minis ol  printing in llrstelius style at honest prices.  One price to all. No Job too large���������none too  small���������for ns. Mail orders promptly attended  to.   Give us a trial ou your next order.  TO COItlliarOSDENTS.  U'.* Invite corrcspondenee in any sulijeel  of inieresi lo lhe general public. In all cu-*es  Uiu bona tide name of lhe writer must aeeoin-  panv manuscript, lmt not necessarily lor  publication.  Address nil communications to the Malinger  NOTIIK 10 COKIlKSl-ONIiK.vr.*!.  1.���������All    corrcsi-ondonee    must    he    legibly  written oil nne side of the pnpor.ouly.  ���������-���������.���������Correspondence     containing       personal  iitiitl<-r must be signed with the  proper  name  of lhe writer.  <i   r.. GitOG AN,   Kill lor.  Saturday,SDkck.miikr 14.   liXll.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  Says lhe Inland Sentinel:  ".Many of the newspapers are calling  attention to the fact that platinum is,  found in British Columbia. No one  ever doubted it that we know of.  Fairly large cpiantilies of the precious  metal were taken out of Granite Creek  in ISSi) (>. Lot-ally, its presence in  considerable quantity near the mouth  of the Clearwater* river has been  demonstrated by some of our own  citizens."  The point is not that platinum is  found here, as our contemporary seems  to suppose. The point is that no use  is made of it. although it is in such  big demand and that the B. C. department of mines does nothing to try and  direct our mining population as to the  best methods of saving the metal ancT  the market for it. Platinum, as found  in placer, as it is in this province, is a  poor man's proposition and there i.s  money to be made at it, if a regular,  handy market was established. There  is no such thing in Brilish Columbia  but that the government could'  arrange,-there should be for a metal in  such enormous demand, if they would  only wake up t.o the situation.  This is ilie time uf yonr ���������Alien  niisual interest, is taken by the public  iu the iloings of the local men-hunts.  Musi, people inlend to spend more or  ess money'in the presents and good  cheer peculiar to I he festive season and  they want to know how lo lay it out  to the besl advantage. The ad ver  Using columns of the Hkiiai.d for thill ex t, couple of weeks will form an  excellent* guide lo 'Xmas put i-hasers.  but we intend lo supplement lliem in  inn-next issue by a general survey nf  the stiues, which will In* full of  valuable pointers on tbis inieresi ing  topic. There is a good ileal lo write  hIioiil this yeai', but ynn i-.ui i-ely on  the 11 KIIAI.I) to rise In lh.* in elision.  Keep your eye tin our next issue.  Record Time for a Strike.  A. I j. l.o we. vice-president of the  joint protective board of the P.lt.'J'. of  A. for the C.P.K. system, say*, in the  cut rent, issue nf the Truckmen's Advo  cute : " I came according to promise,  to the 1. C. railway and found ipiite a  lillle commotion. A slr-ke of trackmen had .just been settled in ihe St  John yard. A C. 1'. Hy. agent, hail  been allowed tu go over the I.C. Hy.  to get men Lo lake foremen's places  and one nnfurliinale went lo lhe C. 1'.  On his return. Brother KalTurty, nf  St. John yard, was sent to lay a long  V lo turn our falure king anil rpieen'.*,  special train on, and the man from  the C. P. liy. was put in charge of tin-  yard, AL once the men laid down  their tools, saying, "We won't work  under a 'scab.' " Thc manager tele-  gi n plied from Moiickton, 'hire'iiiiolh,r  gang." Instead, things looked so  much like a general strike, not only nf  trackmen but of all the other orders  (for it raised ipiile a commotion), lhat  Roadmasler Seaman came down, look  the poor fellow away and pul. the men  back, and thus won the record of  settling a strike in 50 luiuules. (.loud  for him. The management, evidently  learned from Lhe C. P. that it does not  pay to run the risk of a I rack men's  strike.  IS. IN- THE HEART OF  THE GREAT FREE  GOLD  CAMP  ON   FISH   RIVER.  ONLY  FOUR MILKS  FROM  NAVIGABLE  WATERS.  Two ancl One-Half Hours take you to the Main Line of the 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 the Arrowhead and Kootenay Railway Line as it islributary to Pool Creek  which has large numbers ol" Mineral Properties under diflerent stages of development. The properties now being opened  up " The Imperial Development Syndicate " and the Northwestern Development Syndicate are almost at its door, besides  Free Cold Propositions, Lead, Silver ancl Copper Properties are.wilhin four miles.  Agents.  b.-?j  mmmm&mi,wmmmmmmmmmmmm  Dr. JMarechal, of Paris, has a bill to  slop women from wearing corsets.  The,-first article forbids till .women  younger than thirty to wear any kind  of corset under penalty of three  months' imprisonment and a line of  not more than a thousand francs.  Article second permits women older  than thirty to wear a corset. Article  third orders manufacturers of corsets  to give the names and addresses of all  purchasers to state officials."  There should be a fourth article  ordering Dr. JMarechal to wear a  straight waistcoat and then the bill  would be. a fairly comprehensive piece  of legi-slnlion.  This is more like business! SI. E.  Gosnell, of the Bureau of Provincial  Information, informs the Victoria  Time* that he has been collecting for  some . Lime  past, for   the     provincial  government information with regard  to tbe markets for onr B. 0. products  in the countries on the Pacific. llr.  Gosnell finds it a ditticult matter to  obtain the exact information he,sees  is needed as to lhe special conditions  governing lhe trade in each parliculai-  community. The British and American consular reports lack details concerning the very points in which wc  are most interested. However, -Mr.  Gosnell hopes to get his report completed ut an early "date and published  in bulletin foi in.  To Solve Labor Question.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is bctlcr than riches   j. We have thc mime of inakinft  the only SLvlKli Suits in Town  ���������for <lunibnity and qnalitv  thcy also excel.  .-,.,���������         tpv ONE  R.S. "WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  NOTICE.  -TAKK NOTICI. that fid days niter dale I  t iiuenil to iijiply t������ the Chief Commissioner  of Luiuls mul Works for permission to eut mul  carry mvay timb-jr from the following described luiuls:  Coiiinieiic'ini*: nt n post marked i-*ot;cr 1*".  Perry's southeast corner poslsiiunte aljoui2()0  feet from Scott Creek, tlienee west *10 chains;  theuce north ICO chains; thence east -10 chains;  thence **oulli 1(10 chains, to the place of commencement; containing G10 acres.  KOUEK F. PERKY.  Goldtields. B. C. Oct. 17.li, l'JOl.      Nov. 0-tf.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that sixty days after rtate I  ii  ilenil to apply to the Chiel Commissioner  of l.nmis and Works for permission -,to pur-  chase a parcel of land described as fo!lo,ws:  Commencing at a post marked Alice Perry's  No. I Posi; thence west ix) clmins; thence  chains; ihence  point of commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of [t.  I*', l'crrj's pre-emption lollowinj; McKenzic's  North-West Line, containing about Su acres,  more or le.*-S.  ALICE PKKItv:  (ioldlields. Nov. 27,1031. l.ee-l-lm  NOTICE  Sydney, X, S. \\ ..   Il.-t*. ll.-F.y Lhe  passing   of  Lhe   industrial arbitral-inn  ,.,,,. ,    *.     c      i     . .i ~ frl N'"* 1  Posi;   tlienee" west ix)  c  bill through  its   lin.il   Mages   the  KOtr? North-10cli.iiii*i; tlienee Enst-21) i  .   , , , , ,.*    South -in chains  lo  point of  <_���������<  eminent has  placed   a  law   upon   the  statute books, ihe working nf which  will excite interest Lluoughoiit Lhe  whole world. Tbis bill not only  compels Lhe reference of all disputes-  bet ween employers and employes Lo a  competent court, with power to  enforce its orders and awards, bul  makes a sirike or a lockout, before or  pending such reference a misdemeanor  punishable by a fine or imprisonment.  .The * conn which will p.tas upon  these disputes is to be presided over  by a judge of the supreme court and  will have ino.-L extensive poweis.  including     the   power    lo   declare   a  TEIV2E TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between Arrowhead. Thomson's  Lnndinjr and Comaplix, romniencin*; October  Mth, lttui, will hail as lollows, weather ]iern:il-  tiiii?:  Leuvlnp Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Coinnplix twiceduily���������luk. and ]������!;.  Leaving OoinnpHx and Thomson's Landing  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:10k and ill: 15k  Making close connections with all C. 1'. It.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reserve the right to change limes*  of sailing without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  KJtKK   KUS  MKI'/J'S  AU, TIIA1VK.  KIKST  CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  IllCATiei.)   I'.V  HOT A1K.  I'.KA^ONAIH.K   ItATKS.  <&!  %^H  18*  rrJ.T-,  m  ism  ���������553  ess  *#  ACES and  BRAIDS 'l������  A large range of Point r.noe/  Pm-liens      and     Italic n burg  Ji raids, P lamped Oe-dgn-*,  Siampcd Linens, Kmbroiderv  Needles, Hooks, ������ftc.  llcrliu and Zephyr Wools, all  shades, Slipper .Soles, Valen-  seieneesLace, lnr-urtion.  Cftil nt the ., n  MADISON  PARLORS.  !**���������?  gas  t*3  gh Misses Shc'ppard & Bell ^  ^5< JleKenzio Avenue      oc-in      h-&.  m  HOME  *3-K,O^V3<r  NOTICK is hereby given 'that :*,0 days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief Com-  mis>ionerof Lands and Works for pernii>**t.ion  to cut and carry away timber from the following described funds*:���������Commencing ������t a post  at'ihe soitili-oibi corner of Itoger K. 1'erry'M  pre-emption, marked "Pouthi-a^t corner of  timber limit applied for by F. J. Coldsmith";  thence west iO chains; ihence north \(ai chains;  thence ea>t-IU chains to Fihh Creek; thence  following the nicanderings of KNh Creek lfiU  chains to point of commencement; containing  Ciu acres, more or less.  F. J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomson's Landing, October ltith, llHJl.  suuuiard ������-.ige and to direct that, j certificate   of Improvements  other thing? being e.pt.il. an employer i  shall give prefi-ienct* to unioni--t  over [  non-unionist   bibore  appeal from the deci.-ion of  the emit, I  Thei e   is. no '  l  IsTOTICB.  Gol.l lit II Mineral Cluiin, <*itunlc in tlio  I RevelMokc- Mining Ulvl.sion o( Koolenny llis-  ; trii:t.                 . _    . . . _        ....  " Lead-Ma-srTak=ea urop-       ,   Whcre r,ocatcr!: ,���������r,r,M,l!l0B tei,,,������������������  The miners of lead   .uid   ri-prei-eiita- I Mct������������������",���������'> tirnci.;  MvH<   nf  tbe    linpri-iii Sm'"h iinr'":;ind '      TAKK    XOT1CK lliat r,  c. n. IViinn*,  Free  U\e-   Ol   tne   Aiiut.i.in nin^Itilif,    .uiu     y,,,,,.,,,. C'-nlf.mf-:,N������. II.  I7fcVJ, Intend, isixty  While the two old fJuniidinn pnlitic.il  pnrtie?, wedded to lheir nipitiilibtic  iiloU-. are ������������������hiikifij.; their bends, *.vhen-  fver refeience is iimde to prof.ress.ive  measure.-; and don't .sen how it cnn  possibly be done, our sister colonies  ,-ire showing us how lo do it. The  dyed in the wool politic-inns hankering  with n great  hanker   after   the  labor  fi"-^. ��������� *r--  vote, yet afraid cfci'-fimiiiit l.ln*ir"pnrty  to anj'couise which mip;ht  offend   the  people who are needed to  put   up   the  dough, tell the boy.-i that  this  or  that  or the other piece  of   legislation   will  surely   be     passed   by   I.he   G. O. P.,  '���������when ilie time com'.*.*."     Hut. in other  .British communities, where the voters  are not led around   by  the   nose  by a  handful of place hunters,  as  they aie  in Canada, the fact has been recognized  that the time has  already  come   and  that furl her delay can do nothing ^but  accentuate     the     difficulties    of   the  situation,    Av will he seen  in  another  paragraph   the   state   government  of  Refining Company wlio have lieen  holding tonfeieiK (.-= in Salt Lake City  for the past two wc* ks to consider tile  question of production and price of  lead lor the entiling year, reached on  Saturday a siitisf.ii tot y agieemc-ut ,i.*>  to price at '3\ ci.-nts :i pound and lu  prodncu only such an amount ns is  necessary to mei*t the demand for  consumption. This does not mnin  that, there will lie a reduction in the  present output of lead as the Ml.ii.tl ion  at present i.s such that the consumption  ubout equals til*"' output. Should the  demand lessen, however. Lhe mineis  will at i,nce reduce lheir out put  proportionately.  The late of I.V cents is -,i reduction of  half a cent iu price.  ��������� I lout pa**-, without coming in and  be convinced that for Xmas curds,  calendars, toys anil also the mon*  expensive presents the Canada Drug it  Hook Co. lead by miles. *flcvHsiok������*.  B. ('.  *.,iy. firm ih*_* ilme liercof. lei npl-������>' to lim  Miiili'fj: lloconlcr Ior ai.'oriitleiuc oi Improve*  i.-ieni*-, for thi- pnrj i,->: tit obtuiiiiiig n Crown  Orhiu of thiifttovi. clH-im.'     i  An'l fur:li������r mki-notli-e that nrllon, lim!'r  ������i',*tion -.fi. must tie coiiuiHTncnil Ijeforu tlie  -,|*>.Mbin.'e of sueh C-irtllieiite of Imi)ro\enientii.  IMK-I tlii-i'ltli <iny of Keptemlier, V.iOl.  c. n. nr me.  " Oct. 11���������ll  The very best on the -.niirket to'luy,  jncludiii^:  Potatoes,       Cabbage,   .  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also first quality of well cured  Timothy Hay  Send orders for siune to  S. D. CROWLE,  Kevelstoke, Ti. ti.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords. t  BEST-WiNESrLSQUORSrCiGARS  FARWELL   ESTATE.  1 iiu ,1'lioSnu 1-ii.U net Hi of tnu.k,  belweijn -rnt'plni;'������ un-1 Loii^'h, 1% i 11  \n: fii5lj������liviiH-il for sale u*i soon /xi  j*o---ibIf.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  I'.O. V.ttr.. lil.  Large,  Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone  Prop  CANADIAN     "  PACIFSC RAILWAY  Brown & Guerin, Pircps.  Kl.liCTRIO HELLS AND LIGHT IX EVEItV ROOM.  1IOUUI.Y   KTKI-.HT CAli  SII-IU'I'S   ALU 'I'i:.1. IN'S.  It.U!   WI51.1.  eill'PI.IKIl  TIY TIIK  CIIOlCRS'l'  WINKS,   1.IQ1MK5  AND  Cin.MlS   "   viPU  Wi  ������������������*- vrxmw^tr* u te  Whclcsnle  md Retail Dealers  I������i9  ^| PRIME. BEEF  &**������  *i5ii  ir*vr5  iLQSli.  PORK.    ' m -. TON.     SAUSAGE." |g  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  ^mmmmm&m������m������mmmmmmmm^  h  s*a-  z=t:c:_ir_^3e__j2;  ���������zirrj  I.I.MITKI)  ZErJESSSSSBBBKl?!!  B^5S"&  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  "We b.-ive jiiu'cliiisci's for till kinds nl! nieLallit'evous mines unil ]ii'OS-  jieftls. tu ul desire to beat' from prospectors antl oLbeis bavinj; properly  for sale.  Our i'aeilit ies for niakiiiy (piick sales aro uir.-iviillcd.  Send us l'eporl.s: also samples of ore for uxliibil/ion al, our Ollice.  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.  Molaon, B.C.  T.*rr.^rii^'iP*a*!--)-3gEg*aE.--K^ 1  Bos 7CO.  tj^w.��������� .*" v.-r���������-,-Kr,.*i,'n���������!v���������"qr���������v.  [ry������ li.UA" ,'_*A.AmMMMAMi*3l*--^^.t^*������IS  ������li '.ii:i'..* .jjvt.t'.:tj,,i,^.\^f^jf^  II. n. I'AIISON, I'l-i-iiilunl.  M. .1. O'llltlKX, Mmin-;iiic lllreelor    l  IL������ Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited I/luliility  WINES, LIQUORS AHD G3GAR8."  Manufacturers of AS^E 5RAKD AESATED WATERS  GENERAL QVm.iimim I^IEBOHA^TS.  Campbell Avenue.  mdt'JXYfWvcr-vwa"r ,i.-J-i-J:r*iMiir3>r***frA-*z  Itcvelstokc,  B. C.  T-rogrn-i-r^-*ni������������iiw ������.mrTT������Tr.Tr������..fCTr>������T^.ji..,,,|,,, mifi  ******"'' -uu-w."*B,'K?yig?ficy  ^^- UNION ���������*&&.  Cigar   Factory  RKVKI.STOKK.    Il.C.  CHSiSTMAS 0AKES !  CKRJSTMAS CAKES !  FRUIT, PI'IKL,  GROCERIES  I'or people wlio like  to make their own  Cakes.  L N. SMITH  i:ff.*elivr O-iiolicr la, 1*1  EASTBOUHD  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  Passengers hooked to all  [���������.astern, Canadian and 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,      E, J. Coyle.  Agent  Kevelstoke.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger igent  Vancouver  _  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y,  s?e  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reason's for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give 1 o good reasons why-  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  I BUKER''& SAXTON,  Proprietors.  I  \  7  TEE CITY EXPRESS  E. XV. U. Paget,'Prop.  Prompt delivery of pnriicln, hnpsnee, etc.  lu uny purl of the elty  Any Kind of TransfejTSng  Undertaken  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, Is again open to  the public. Meals served at all  hours.  A. REBUOHE8E,  Prop  All orilori left nt. It..M. Smythe's 'l'olinceo  Ptort*, or liy Telephone 2,'b. 7 willreeelvc prompt  iiticntion.  Jas. I. Woodrow  UTGHER  lvet.'iil Dcilt'i' in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Pish and Game in Season   All orders promptly filled.  CoT.rnStss. RBYBIrSffOKB. E.G.  Express Delivery  All orders ^left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  H. Cook. gSgg*CTS'l*"Cg������Tt*B?y.*7?^ 122Z_2-3-S_3inrE=n /..s-i,^yy?.'"r-T*T7i���������.i.u_<."j������������j*->.v.l^u?������..ra?5ra;ri.,������j������rji-i,-^������-^TrrTTO^  AUOiUBALOO SCOTT,   Hancock,' Jlieh.  PrcTFll l',AiM   NT NhIsoh.   B.C.    :  OHAlil-KS H. KTIU-AVIiXl,, Ni'lpon. B.C.  .T.UIRS A. .MACEi*;, Ri-velsiol,--, Xi. C.  EOAKD.OF DIRECTORS.  DR. G  A. B. HALL. Nelson, B. C.  .). FRED HU.Y1E, Nelson, B.C.  If  JAMKS P. JJYERS. Trail, B.C.  .1. G. T. OIKIFTS. Ni-Imui, B.C.  SAMUEL M. BUYDCIiS, Nelson, B. C.  A. K. ROSRKBERGKR, Nelson, B. C.  It  A HI IF 111  Bracos'piDrate'il under the Laws of Be-itsslh CoSumbia.  55_a___E_E____a J^~i*i-w������rr*r*j*������  T,-rrrv-.T.rjTv.-M  ������i  bc?J  ? www    ill  Value a  -raffsrw.-?TFW}'z.'&<z.'?&srrrr7 r~r, xz-rvm  Shares,  ALL TREASURY STOCK.  MO] PROMOTER'S AND NO PREFERRED STOCK.  5Z2������������Z������X2Z������22������3������������:  '���������.T'T^'TSi- ..-..i-  g35  a ti  ae  me dre&ipj  Claims.   Oyster Gp-, ������ Claims  Located in tlie  Free Gold  Fish   River Camp,  Lardeau Jiining- Division,  ]>ritish Columbia.  rr������rxmiKlnzix3rTvT���������r^-.Tr~j������**i.������j-.-'. Sni.inffiT-nyr���������  'fl/f%  I       (j4rAS#4 t^UH=l  FIRST  ALLOTMENT.  200.000 Shares, How Offered at 50 Gents Per" Share.  \  ..m.jkil^:a\'.u,;jhw,.vik-~uiii*-.ii.������.    ���������-���������-���������'���������'I'-r-li'nr*-  *' **"**-���������*  In view ofthe splendid showings of both high and low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for thc 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  Ban  OfHcial Broker,  Revelstoke, B. 0.  SECRETARY.  P. O. BOX 70������5  NELSON, B. C.  A KOI It BALD. 3. SCOTT, President.  PICTKR LAM ONT, Trea.-iuer.  OFFICERS."  DR. G. A B. HALL. Vice-President  -A. F. ROSENBERGER, Secretary  -*,**...*������u.Ki'riTjv*^***r*-?rni-*v.CT7_-^^^  rn  :S NOW ON THE MAEKSI  9  JC  SEE! ESS  fl  ^^���������^ i{@_  &%  EE3E5  njSSS  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.      ' -    y  CIRCLli CITV  is the Terminus   of   the   proposed  "Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point. ,  CIRCLE CITY  is beautifully situated at thc base of. thc Lardeau-Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY  is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  Development. ���������       . ���������      . . ....  ������*&  K a  Which will be utilized next Season  by Concentrating Plants  Wf  "SEND  FOR PARTICULARS* AT ON'CE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,-  T  er  from the  '���������4   ���������  Ta  ��������� Ferguson, B. C.  . ���������Printers  i;--of  :���������Fine .  ���������Office  ���������Stationer*,-.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  ���������POSTER-AMD ---DGBGER���������-  PR3MTSHG   A  SPECIALTY  0-iefi-ald n$������*& Office  FRONT STREET.  AND RAILWAY MEN'S'JOURNAL  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   II A., IX.JS.  Murrislnr,      Solicitor,    N'olm-y  Hrst. .Strcul,;itevi:lstuko.  Mmiov lo loan,  Public,   lite.  fJAUVEY, M'CAHTKTt .t I'INKIIAM  Iliunslci*.**, Solicitors, Ivtu.  Snlleltors for Iniiicrlnl Hunk ol Diinii'la.  (.ompiniy t'liims to loun utS por cent.  l'lllST .STU..ET,   ItCVUlStOkU 1). <J.  CHURCHES  ui:tiioui.*,t tiiunm, i:i.vi:i.iiiiki:.  ITi'iic-liiiiL' services nt II n. in. uii'l 7:.W .1. m  Class muutliiK al tliu i-Ium* ol tlio ii:orn|]i|:  soi-vit**.-. Siililiiuh brhool unil Illlilu Oluxs nt :i::-w  Wutkly 1'niVLT Muctini; uvory WcilnuMliiy  ovi-iiinii iiii:llil. Thc fmblic arc corJially  Invited.   Scat:; free.  Kev. C. I.adnkr, l'astor.  hT.  I'llTKI*. S CIIUUCII, ANOLICAX.  EIrIii 11.111., llolv Kueharisl; 11 a.m., 11111'���������.���������as,  ' Itniiy nml hi'i-mo'n (Holy Ilueliarisi Ur.st Suii-  ilav in .the month); 2:.so liiiiuliiy seliool, ur  children's service; 7:30 lOviMisoug (rlnirnl) and  iormoii. llolv'Dins���������Tliu Holy Kueliarist U  celehratciliu 7 11.111. or 8 a.m., as* annouin'ed.  Holy lfapiism niter Siinilav School iit:i:li.  o. a. rnocuMCii, Itector.  i-i:i:.-;iiyti:i*ia.n ciiukcii.  Service ovcrv Sunilay at 11 a.111. nml 7:.10 p.m.  In ������ Inch all are welcome.     I'rayer mi-cliii;; at  Si,. 111. everv \Vedii(-.(la.v.  IIkv. \v. o. Cai.iii:k, l'astor.  1IO.MAN  CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mii**i   nt 10:110 11. 111 ,   on  Iiml,   second  and  lourili .Sunday.*, in the inontli.  KI-.V.   l'.lTlli:it   THAVKIt.  SALVATION   AllMY.  Mooting everv niglit III thuir  Ifnll on Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. id, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets everv AVotliiesiliiy in  O.hUi'llnws'" Hull nt S o'clock  Visitinfr Knights invited.  11. A. BU'iw.v,  C. C.    :    :   :   :    :   :  E. Ji. .Liswis, K.oi'R.&S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  P.cgnlnr meotini*s are hold in the  Oddlellow's Hull on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.in. sharp.  Visiting lir������threii cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.il.  YV. G. BIKNEY, Itec.-See.  A. H. HOLDICH  ���������  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School 01 Mine.*-, London.    Seven  years  at  Morfa   Works,   Swansea.     17   years   Chief  Chemist   to  Wij.1111 Coal and  Iran Co.,   Eng.  Lute Chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  "-tsaaJ  Red  Rose Degree meets second and fourtl:  Tnosdp.vs of each  montli; White Uosc Decree  , In Oddfel*  tfllB'  WM. WATSON. HY. EDWAIIDS.    .  President. Secretary  meets third Tuesday of ench quarter,  lows Hall,   VisitiiiK brethren welcome  H. 'EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  IiEER HEADS, IlfltDS, Etc.. MOUNTED,  l-'urs Cleaned and Pc.aired.  JUST EAST Or   I'KESHYTERIAN CHURCH  Third Street.  BEAUTIFUL  -���������  Now ready nt my StuJio, views  of -Kevels'iolco. unci vicinity. Also  tcleplioto views of till the peaks  visible from the city. Tliey will  be   upoii   pei'iiiiinenl; plalinolype,  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BSYAHT & GsLf^AH  Mining Engineers  ancl Assnycrs,  VAXCOUVEIl, ll.c.      Established 1S0U  the t.iifsi, photographic, puper pro-  ciivabh' ancl absolutely permanent,  si'/.o :.j.-l, 2Tte., size txO, r>0c. Send ,  tlioao lo your relatives and friends  for Christmas Caid_s, and they will  h-iyi: hoinclliiiig of-it true aitistic  value. 'Che Studio will remain  snpL'ii this evening till 22 o'eloelc.  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UKQERTAKEH.  Tosti made up to 2,(11,0 His.  A specially iiiado of checking Smeller  I'lilps.  Samples from the Interior In' mail or  express promptly atieiided to." c  Z. Corrcsiioudcuce solicued. t    t'.y  .VANCOUVER, B. C.  _  **************************  Is in a position to give as <?ood value for the  money expended, either for advertising" space in  its publication or for Job Printing', as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia, Write fpr Samples of Printing". All "work  turned out promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD.  ������a  ���������Successor to T>. Jenkins',  Manufacturers of���������������������������.  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Ropairing- of Boots, Shoes  and Harness, a Specialty.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  Maracailio chocolates, llie most  popular Miocolates al, the most popular  ui'ices.    Bulk 50 <*ts. lb. at ]?ii\v's Drug  The Comaplix Bridge.  The rn is *;i'eiit ilis-K.il.isl'iittion at  Comaplix at tlie iltflay in ri'piiiriiiB the  lniil^e on Ihe waijoii rnatl lii'lween  tli.iI. place mid llie IjiiiuliiiK. One  span of the briilge was cirrieil out a  year ago last sniiinier aiul people at  Comaplix are ettt olV from _all eom-  -iitiniciilion with the othei side of the  Arm except when the steamer makes  Un* crossing, unless they travel up one  side of Fish ltivei 0 miles to Camborne  ami buck.lown the other side 3 miles  to ihe Landing, 11 miles to make two  and a half. The span eonlil bo put in  for $103, Ihere ia a pile driver and  ���������uupie material to do it and there  seems io b'e no reason why the very  reasonable request of the people of  Crmaplix to have this work don*  thnuld not be complied with thi������  winter.  17  prices.  Stove.  ���������The newest out in photo frames  leather and wood. A very large  assortment can be seen at Canada  Drug Si Book Co., Revelsloke.  -H  Platinum metals will not amalgamate with mercury without special  treatment.' To save theni concentrating appliances must be used and  these will also save most of the coated  gold, which i.s usually found in black  sand and will nut amalgamate without  treatment.  Ordinary rilllos in a gold saving  lluiMc cuinoL, be relied upon to save  any considerable proportion of the  platinum metals: by far the greatest  value creeps over the rifV.e and is  lost.  A good concentrating surface is new  Brussels   or   Moquette   carpet. A  better and more durable surface is a  special grade of Cucoa Matting, sold  in San Francisco at 00 cents per&quare  yard in small quantities and 50 cents  per square yard by the roll. It is  made '21���������'311 and Til inches wide; 27  inches is the most converient width  to use.  Make a box 2T._ inches wide, 10 to I'i  feci long, with IS inch sides and give it  steep grade, say, 21 inches in 12 feet.  ���������Screen out the gravel using a straight  flat torn iron with holes about ������ to 1  inches in diameter: if practicable use  clean water and juat enough to run  your sands nicely on your box or  table. The How of both water aud  sand can be regulated and controlled  by strips above the matting at the  head of the box to prevent too great a  depth of water or sand. To clean the  matting, which should be done every  few days according to the richness of  your material, lirst let a little clean  wateiM'itn over the matting to Uike  away the dirt; then take itup carefully  and wash it in a "shallow tank, flapping it to and fro to clean it of the  concentrates and dirt.  A good deal of value will be found ���������  on the floor of the box or. the table,  under tbe matting. Brush these  concentrates up with a stiff scrubbing  brush, using a little clean water to  carry away the dirt, then put the  concentrates into your washing tank.  Theso concentrates in the tank can  be cleaned by allowing them to run  slowly over a wide sawed board of  ordinary roughness. Use only enough  clean water to carry out the dirt.  Thc metals will catch ou the board  and can be brushed up into a vessel  having a straight edge lite an ordinary dust pun.  The grade of this concentrating  board should be about 10 or 12 inches  iu 12 feet." If the board be feathered ���������  in sawing, turn the feathers downward and not upward against the  stream. Care - must lie used in this  operation not. to run too much water,  otherwise the metals may be 'carried  away before they have a chance to get  down and catch on the board surface.  A little practice will show you how to  regulate the water and material. ,  The concentrates ' obtained will  contain the coated gold, platinum and  platinum metals. ' Put them into a  pan with a cvery strong solution of  cyanide of potassiun and enough  mercury to amalgamate the gold.  Stir thoroughly for 10 or 15 minutes  and the gold will generally amalga ,  mate. Poor off the cyanide solution  and use it next time.  The platinum metals will "remain  with the sand in the pan. To clean  them of sand use a rough board in the  same manner as before, keeping this  board for this purpose. Use a very-  slow trickling stream, allowing it to  drip into the bucket or pan of concentrates, just fast enough to run  them out and onto the board���������thu '  ���������bucket being tipped for tiiis purpose.  "Watch this operation carefully and do  not run away any metals.  ��������� They will be readily recognized by  the description herein given. . Platinum metals are all tin white when  cleaii, but the grains or scales are  often too fine to catch the eye, and  collect with a heavy tine sand and lie  _in:streaka=of*=-bi:own,i_bi*o\va-i*ed1-=oc_=-=_  lead color. , which creeps along the  board and are evidently heavy. Save  these concentrates.  If you desire to clean them entirely  the sand can be dissolved by dilute  nitric acid and washed away. Nitric  acid does not,affect the' platinum  metals. If the metals are not perfectly .  clean the factory will take the sand  out, if there is not too much and payment will be made for only the  platinum and platinum metals.  The directions herein given are for a  small   mine. Thc   plant   must  bu  enlarged, according to circumstances  using the same principles. It is better  to increa-je the number of tables thun  to enlarge them. For larger mines  correspondence is solicited, and more  detailed description of a plant will be  given. If the local conditions should  not permit you to use as long a table  as 12 ft., use a shorter one. but do not  be afraid of giving it a good grade. In  general do not crowd your tables.  Uie a steep grade with not . too much  water. Any of the surfaces named  will catch the precious metals, if they  can be brought down to it. The  plant must be so ar.ianged as to cauuc  the materials and water to run with  un even spread giving the.tables grade  enough to carry off the sands, which  are all more or less rounded, and to  allow the heavier metals, usually  llattened, to catch on the matting.  "When once caught they are practically  saved unless thc matting is allowed to  run dry. In this case when water is  again turned on many of the fine  scales will rise up and go ofl���������Mining v>  and Engineering Review.  (TO BE CONTINUED.)  ���������a*  ���������Toys, toys, by the hundreds and  hundreds. All makes of the newest  mechanical" toys, electrical toys,  steamboats, etc!, at the Canada Drug  & Book Co.. Revelstoke.  ���������J  - il xhrnWIM  'Xmas Cards,  Liul Views,  Bediitiful Calendars  ��������� l,,,*,.,,,.. "  ���������*-���������������**������~~������Ir****l****^Trm^ ,  AT  Canada Drug & Book Co  JU^VF.LSTOKl-:.  Notes of News.  40c.:zzz:::z:z:::50c-  :60c.  ft $^=> u^sow "-ssfir-'S  Cigar   Factory  KliVELSTOKK,   B.C.  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL   and THE   UNION  ALL   GOODS   UNION 'MADE  r*������TOii*i*>Tnil������lllllllMiMLmilu���������^UJ.i������������J.ai*iM^j������uw  A Big Bend mail leaves tomorrow.  \V. B Bool came in from Ferguson  on Thursday night.  ���������Fancy Goods a splendid line at C.  B. Hume <fc Co's.  lion. AV. C. Wells has returned lo  Victoria from Montreal.  Dan Dunbar, of Ferguson, rame in  from the south last night.  The curling club expect to get up  several competitions this ieason.  ���������Christinas groceries, fruit and confectionery, liist quality at (!. B. Mump  A: Co's.  Mrs. .McMahon of Roger* Pass was  in on i visit to friends in town on  Thursday.  Miss Edith Pettipiece of tne Ilini.u.i.  stall' leaves tomorrow morning for a  visit to Ottawa.  Conductor J. McCrum and Chess  Armstrong are away on a tour through  the Sounn cities.  Wh;te Rose Degree, S. O. K. B. S.  hold their quarterly meeting on Tuesday evening next.  Aid. Bourne has been confined to  his house since Wednesday by an  attack of bronchitis.  C. M, Field of Sibbald & Field left  on Wednesday morning on a business  trip into the Lardeau.  Thos. Taylor M. P. P., came up from  Trout Lake City on Thursday evening  and went on to Vancouver last*   night.  Miss Lexie McLean, who has been  visiting in Revelstoke for some time  past ban returned home to Kamloops  ���������Dolls and Toys���������A large and  spUodid assortment of dolls and toys  for girls and boys at C. B. Hume &  Go's.  The subjects in the Methodist church  in the morning will be. "God's Mighty  Acts" and in the evening "Tin*  Plague.^  ���������A Chiistmns present���������One of our  new parlor lamps, beautiful in design,  wnnlil just fill the bill at C. B.  Hume & Co's.  Mrs. Fairhall of Comaplix and  childien, who have been visiting with  Mrs. F. McCarty left for their home on  Thursday morning.  Bishop Dart of New Westminster  came up from tbe south last night and  will remain till the train leaves for  tbe west on Monday.  All members of L. O. L. No. 1G5S,  are requested to attend the December  election meeting on Friday Dec. 20, A  full attendance is requested.  What is the matter with the street  light put in recently at Cayley's  corner ? It has never been any good  since the day it was put iu.  ' A. M. Pinkham of tho firm of MeCarter, Harvey Si Pinkham left on  Sunday for Ferguson to open tip a  law otlice for tbe firm in that town.  IC. Toombs came in from the Glacier  on Thursday, all the extra gangs iliave  been discharged and only four regular  bridge crews are at work there now.  ���������Beautiful    services    of   Limoges  porcelain from the celebrated   factory  in France and English  and   Canadian  china ware just opened at C. B. Hume  ~^tCColf^        ^_== = '" '   Lodge leAxundra of the Daughters  and Maids of England have altered  their days of meeting to the lirst and  third Tuesday's in the month at 2.30  in the afternoon.  ���������Toys. toys, by the hundreds and  hundreds. AU makes of the newest  mechanical toys, electrical toys,  steainhonts, etc., at the Canada Drug  ti Book Co.. Revelstoke.  The management of the rink were  in hopes of being able to open tonight.  But the ice could not be got in shape  so soon and they expect now to be  ready by Monday night.  A. P. Cummins P. L. ti. has been  bu������y all week making a .survey of a  pipe line anil reservoir by which the  Revelstoke Water. Light ifc Power Co.  intend to connect the water of Bridge  i-ret-k with their system.  ���������Call at A. X. Smith'*, and pick ou  your wedding and Xmas cakes, 500 lbs  ready made on hand, all sizes and  *hapes. Also Almond paste to order.  Our capacity for bread is 2000 loaves a  day. Dont be afraid to send in yonr  oi ders.  Owing to the number of Sunday  School and other enlertainiuents at  tliis time of the year, which Luke up  the attention and energies of the  childien. tbe school trustees have very  wisely decided to dispense with the  tu-.ial entertainment at the closing  exercises of the public school, which  take place n������*xt Friday.  Services in St. Peter's chinch tomorrow. Third Sunday in Advent,  will be at 8 and 11 a. ni. and 7.30 p. in.  At the 11 o'clock service the bishop of  New Westminster will adiiiinist:!i- the  rite of confirmation. The service will  ooiisist of morning prayer, the con  firmation service and celebration of  the Holy Communion. His* lordship  ���������will also preach at Evensong.  Mrs. I.. .1. Fiiwards of 'Nakusp, who  bus been visiting for tlie past week  with Mrs. Baker left this mm-mug i'or  honi".  The Qiindrilli-Club lu-l-1 lln-ir regi ������  lar fortnightly mei'l ing   on   Thuri-da-i  nm  iy  evening. There was n. good ii r>  about thirl y couples, in al lei'datiri*  a very pleasant evening w,-is spriil  everybody then*.  Anchor ice in   the   lluiiii'   is   ;:i**  some trouble at the power lio.ixc.    The   &  lluine is cli-iint'd out twice, niu-i1 in   ll i;  day and oni'i' at night. I be light-* beii g  shut oil" between two ami six o'clock lo  permit the woik to be done.  Fred O. Klliott of Trout Lake Cily,  was in Nelson Monday and while hen*,  at the instil nee of O. I'\ Reibel, 1?. F.  Rainey and I. B. Nock, caused a wril  to be issued out. of the Supreme court,  against Hector Poirier and George  Johnston adversing the Goldsmith  property, known as i.he.Silver Crown  group, near Camborne, and supposed  to be the largest silver-lead find in the  Camborne district. The defendants  staked six claims over six of those  located by the plaintiffs anil called  by them the Vivian's Luck group. The  caso will be tried in Nelson, probably  in February.���������Nelson Miner.  Crown Derby is the name of a  porcelain, which has been inaiiui'.ut ur-  ed in Kngland for over one hundred  and fifty years at the same factory.  The pure white color and transparency  of the porcelain rank it very-high wilh  connoisseurs. Since 1775, the dato of  the lirst royal order, the mark by  which this variety is distinguished  from all others is a crown with crossed  daggers or Si's or an nnrhrir. C. !!���������  Hume Si Co. have impmieil sunn* fine  specimens of this beautiful and highly  prized ware tbis Christ inti.'*. Lovers  of dainty china should make a point, of  inspecting them before they are nil  gone.  Fx : Once upon a lime a certain  man got mad at the editor and stopped bis paper. Next .lay hi: sold his  wheat four cents below lhe market  price. Then his properly wa**. sold  for taxes because he did not. rend of  the sale. Soon afterwards he was  arrested for trespassing because be did  not see the notice in iho p.iper. I,atei\  be was heavily lined for hunting out  of season and paid 8*1!) for forged notes  that had been adiertiscil for two  weeks and the public hail been warned  not lo negotiate t hem. lie I hen hired  a Galician with a fool like u forge  hammer, to kick him 'ill the way lo  tbe newspaper nttirc. w lu-i-e he paid  four,years in advnuce, and made the  editor sign an agreement lo knock  him down'and roll him if he ever  stopped his paper again. Such is life  without a newspaper.  *������*������������������"���������  Are so Busy marking their  CHRISTMAS GOODS Down  to the Lowest Figures that  they have n'ot been able  to Write their advertisement for this issue.  --><������  WATCH  FOR IT NEXT ISSUE.  -<������  ���������a*-*--  BUSINESS BLOCK  Earning lo % at the present time and there  is still frontage for a good store: would  then give a certain return of 25 % over all expenses, and the land  values bound to increase. The uroperly is situated on the1'  business street and can be leased by the year to the. present  occupants.    Call and investigate;  WANTED���������Nursing or sewing by the  dav;; Applv to ill's, Lund a I Oriental  Hotel.  Wedding   Bells.  A quiet wedding took place aL the  O. P. R. restaurant on Wednesday  evening when Rev. W. C. Calder tied  the knot, which made W. F.trrel of  the Revelstoke Hotel **talV and Mis*  Amy Hanbury man and wife. The  bride was attended by her sister Miss  Alice Hanl-inry and Beit, H.-mbuiy  mppoiied the groom. After the  ceremony a pleasant s-oeial time was  spent by the friend? of th; happy  -coupler���������The~Hreit-.vi.ij���������jiVm-a-Hii���������*Wt-  gratulations.  1 WE HAVE DESIRABLE RESIDENCES ft*^WU,������  i������    ������!������)        - THE   SMELTER   TOWNSITE.  (^) If you want Lots for Business or Residential   Purposes  at  the  W present prices, vou must close before the end of the vear.  ((rziix i i ..  It~.1I.  KST.YTI-:   AND   I-'lNANCI.M.  AGENTS.  NOTAKIKS  PUBLIC.  .A-CH-EIEsT'I'S  Real Estate H  FINANCIAL  ^OB  (1. V. li. TOWNSITE,  MA HA TOWNSITK.  CiEKKAKI) TOWNSITK.  cam no its i*: to w xsite,  Insurance  COAL FOR SALE,"  t Cuni'.ila Permanent tt Western  <       CiuihiIh Mortgnjrc Corporiilion.  (liquititble '.'avians Lonn iiiul.BullilIu  Ciiinrcliaii Fire.  fOR'YOUWi'  AND OLD,,  Our lines this year only want  to be seen to be admired.  Thoy are larger and bet ter,  than we have ever imported  before. No ono will have,  difficulty in selecting a  present, be it for young and  old.  TOYS  PERfUNES' AND  ATONlZtRS  The latest odors in the Perfumes are very choice.  Whilst the Aton'ii/.ers are  the daintiest and prettiest in  years.  our ui or  Wo have thonewestineehii.il-  ical movements, as well as  the latest in Steel Trains,  Horses and Carts, Gatui'S,  etc.  FOR TIE MORE  EXPENSIVE PRESENT  It would be hard to beat.  Our collection of ISnglish-  Satin-Iiined Work Huskels.  Purses plain, and ununited  with gold and silver. Ebony  and Stei-liiiii Manicure--.  Writing Portfolios, liritsh  and Comb .Set Travelling  Cases, ete.  AVe have them from 10c. to  $10.01) each. They are really  handsome.  (ONEECTiONERY LINE  XVe are agents for Lowney's  ruinous Chi mobiles and Hon  lions (name on every piece)  and have .jn-,1 received a  supply for llu: Holiday trade  We have also a supply of  French Or.yslalli/.cd Fruits  .���������ind Tom Smith's Crackers.  p������ tn  S Druerstore  *<i������# JX. til V** f*tj> i'j-3     M-*r Jt.   tWA. C������������  ..*(��������� the RISI) CROSS Above lhe Door.  MAIL OltiJKlt.S AIII! SOLICITED.  ^xt  Wake Up  AND  SEE THF. BARGAINS AT  GUY UAIM3KR'W IK  Watches, 'CEocks, Etc.  ���������JG-^-J RccSgcrs Gj-os.' Fiat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  ������rm"3Z2Z*ESE*;Z322EC  pr*3. fWi% $ 1 &m  _-\.H.-ioc I a tion._-_  ilerctintile Fire.  Imperial Fire.  Caniwlian Fire.       Cnlcilonlan Fire.  Confertcmtinn Life.      Atlu> Fire.    Manchester Fire.  Oueun, Accident und (iunrantGC.   Grout West Life.  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.-  m  D. SIBBALD, Notary Pubii-.  It'KVELSTOKS. 11. c.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  @S'S#SS'S'SS#S#D#  il  If HI   VV]  *$  i\OW  is t!ic time to make  N'oLir Stove J-'iirchases.  \Vo have a  Splendid Line of*  COOK M-  IMICi SIOYK  AT RIGHT PRICES.  A  full  Line of  Hardware and Paints.  are also  in  stock.   ,*���������  t3 ^*a'*<ffel^a!ifr ^"Sr " h    P^/S^ ������^ft &k, ������0 IS /PS*.  -   K^ *^ 8i -BH t tW\-  N ������ Ij  ��������� M mi Im   K w<K,ni%jB 3e^-_n _S_8l  Are, as Ustsal, Frssli anil CasnpletE. -  t..t ..tf.*-.  Dr. Santa Olaus  l*"or. tiiof.-:   who   have   l.iUeti   lhe  '    Christ.nins   pre.-ent    lever    r-.-n-ly.  Rut. his pr."scri]itions nre not. eoni-  poiuidod  DRUC.S AMD MEDICINES  hut. :i liheral (|it.'int,ity of Ihe m.-iny  excellenf. things in our full Hue ol"  FANCY GOODS.  TOILET  ARTICLES.  PERFUMES.  CHOCOLATES.  All these fire sold   ;it.  veiy   renson-  iiliie. prices and l>y pureha-iln  llu*. worry is over liefore  f<-r pleii*-ui*e ht(_;iii*..  Buy your  BANANAS,  LEMONS,  GRANGES,  APPLES,  PEARS  -L  OS  and  UNDULTERATED fViiLKS  evclstoke Dairv  the  now  time  Walter Bews, phm.b  DRUlXHST.  *"-   I'OWIl     fllotlC. ^'  Tel. 48.  Revelstoke Contingent of C.M.R.  Wednesday aaiv Capt. Taylor It. M.  I!, a. busy man. On him devolved the  task of selecting tlie befit ten men out  of 23 .applicants for enlistment in the  Cimiidian .Mounted rifles for ic-iviee in  South Africa. The riding trial took  place on .Second St. -at No. '2 fireball  .after jiiissiii(������ ���������which eandidatfrs underwent an examination al, fhe hands of  Dr. Carruthers. Thn ten finally  selected \vere Alf. StrinKm*, Goo.  Mowers, Geo, Evre, ami N. Bolton, nil  old .StraUiconiis. A. E. McNeil, O. M.  P.., C. Aracken/.ic, Cameron.; Highlanders, ,\V. Robertson, Geo. Dean,  K. W. Niinsp.n nnd I'\ T. Liowe." .;  It was tend'l'locl-. before the las|iiuui  had sworn allegiance to King Kdward  itrnl taken outlTof werviei: for one year  or until the ei.d of the war. Next  morning under charge of iicting Corporal Hlriiifter tbey started on tlieir  ionj{ voyud.c in company with the  Victoria, and Vancouver contingents  amid the hearty, farewells and good  wishes of their friends assembled on  t.h������ C. P. ii. platform. Thc deUach-  msnts rendezvous ut Halifax before  sailing for the cape.  WANTED.  W ANTKFl���������By ft man nifcil 43 who ii in  imsHC98ion offtROOiI trmle bihI J.1.00O rapltal,  L'orres|ionilence with a maid or wido\r.  between 111 and 50. with a small capital, with a  Tiew to )ti*hxxz into business and matrimony.  Address all lettsr*! to "J. B." Herald otlice.  ��������� ��������� dec. lWm.  9  A,MIL AHD WHITER SIJiJKS * I  ^j Yoti will find in our Tailor Shop a  f^ very elaborate varicu; of I'.���������ill and  -��������������� Winter   Suitings  and    you'll   find  workmen who arc competent to make tip anv of these  Suitings exactly lo your liking. Wc do not employ  cheap tailors, we do not handle any goaJs that could  possibly depreciate our excellent reputation. ' We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when  price is the sole consideration, but when style and fit  and wear arc duly considered, we can and do compete  with all ready-made goods, and all other'tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  J".   33.   G2^ESSlNdI^l-l:T,--.*=������==^^  The   Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Avc.  BLINDS. CURTAIN POLKS. TIU.M .MINGS, PICTURE MOULDS.  IClc.    Cabinet.   Milking.   Uhol*;terinij,   Picture Framing,  Polishing!  .and all kind*, of iep.iir-.vork.  UNDERTAK2NG.  Collins made at a few hours' notice.    Finished in either Walnut  Cherry. Black Clol.li or Polished Oal-. at EASTERN PRICES  ���������sdTTHREE YEARS EXPERIENCE AT THE BUSINESS.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE    CO'Y.  0*J  ir..*


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