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 (���������  ������������������'-I  , ,������������������; >���������   j. !  /:  :���������������  Vol    V.  No 93  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER 27, 190.1.  $2 OO a Year in Advance  x^tXvaavasjXBafstaaaamumramatsats jtk aa  Rubber  The largest and most complete  slock in  Kooienay.  TIIK MALTKSIC BRAND. Hip  und Knee Boots, also Laced and  1 und 2 Buckle Lumbermen's  Snag 1'roof Boots. These particular lines of Rubber Goods  are guaranteed by us.  T<adic*>'. lient's and Children's  Overshoes���������all kinds.  Bootsand  ���������hoes  A large importation and a complete assortment, of SLATER'S  famous Boots and Shoes, King's  and Bell's Boots and Shoes,  "Weston's Youths' and Children's Boots and Shoes. The  above arc the very best boot  ami Shoe manufacturers in  Canada and the. goods 'are  warranted the best on the  market.  CARPETS,  RUGS,  LINOLEUM,  OILCLOTHS  A SPECIAL REDUCTION for  this mouth iu CARPETS ANC RUGS  _., ���������Beautiful   selections ��������� choice  Patterns. .  '.  - The Linoleums are directly imported "and are first-class in  every respect.   '   '    ...  Flannel and  Flannelettes  Onr stock of Flannel and Flan-  nellettes for tbis Full were the  Best ever put on the market  here and met with a ready sale.  and Quilts  "We have just received a. new  line of tlie above articles and  placed them for sale. Special  Bargains iu "WHITE WOOL  Blankets.  en  AVe are thawing a splendid line  of Table  Cloths���������bleached  unbleached,   colored,  Towellings,  -Pillow- C.-ihiug.**-.-Sheetings���������all  I  widths.  Gloves!!  Gloves H!  .lust received an assorted ship-  meiit of Ladies'. Kid Gloves  imported from Kraco.  A Complete Line  of Groceries  As usual, our stock oC Groceries  aril the very best obtainable in  the markets'of the world. Every  article Fresh. Purchased in  carload lots regularly every  month.  Gent's   ������  Furnishings  Our lines in" this Department  are most- complete and we  carry a carefully selected stock.  They include the Latest Styles  in Hats���������hard^and soft���������Shirts  "White and Colored, Collars,  Cuffs, Underwear, Imported  Goods, Hosiery, etc., and we  specially call your attention to  our Imported Underclothing.  TIES-  We are showing the most tasteful and latest styles in Ties.  C. B, HUME & CO.  Agents for Giant Powder Go  and Bennett Fuse.  Switchmen Strike in the  Pittsburg District.���������How the Liver- ���������  pool    Bank     Frauds     Were  Worked.  Dhtkoit, Nov. ^7.���������Tlio boiler oi'the  Peiiberthy rnjectof Co's plant. iLiere  exploded at il.'.il) Tuesday inoriiing,  wrecking a three slory brick building.  10 employes arc known to be wounded  and 20 known In be dead su far.  Other bodies aie in tbo ruins The  debris i.s on lire. The financial loss i.s  SI.--0,000.  PlT'l'siu-Rc. Nov. 20.���������The SwifChilian in the Pittsburg Pa.* district have  struck for increased wages. The  strike effects all roads running into  Pittsburg except two, and all the  local railway companies.  Pi'iTSiium:, Nov. 27.���������Judging by  apparent conditions the switchmen'.-  strike at Pittsburg has proven a flat  failure but the reverse may be tbe  result, if the strikers can make good  the claims put forth Insl night.  New YoitK, Nov. 27.���������A north west  gale blowing sixty miles an hour prevailed in New York yesterday. In the  northern purl of the Stales the  blizzard was raging for 15 bonis. All  trains are blocked.  AViNNii'iiG, Nov. 27.���������An imknowH-  nian shot a farm hand at O.'irlwright,  Man.,   dead   and     also    shot   at   XV.  ���������.villi   a iioveie cold and his friends are  HlXillUS.  The estate nf thu late Hon. Clark  Wallace i.s valued at $81,000.  Ili.-toric Battle Abbey was sold at  Loudon by auction yesterday for  ,C2.jO.O!)0. W. W. Astor is reported to  be lhe purchaser  A gale blowing oT> miles an hour  swept Nova Scotia Mon.lay. Considerable damage was done along the  coast.  VlCTOliiA, Nov. 27.���������Thomas Kurle.  member of the Dominion House ,iud  one of lhe leading wholesale grocery  nii'ixh.inls of Victoria, has assigned.  Mon'i*iu*:ai., Nov. 27.���������-The destruction by fire of a tenement house at  Maisonneuve, near Montreal, has  rendered 13 families homeless.  Wi.N'Xiricci. Nov. 27.���������Col, Evans, C.  13.. leaves Winnipeg today for Ottawa  to form the third Canadian contingent  for South Africa.  Paris. Nov. 27.-A husband shot bis  faithless wife and her lover yesterday  in full view of hundreds of people in  one of the .busiest thoroughfares of  Paris.  Coi.ox, Nov. 27.���������Il is believed that  a decisivu engagement will be fought  between the government and liberals  today aa a point one mile from the  limits of Colon.  ������>  Bournes,   a.   farmer.      The   inm-dorer  escaped.  City op Mkxtco, Nov. 27.���������The  Minister of Colonization of the .Mexican Republic wants a bill passed  granting the entire fishing rights of  the Mexican Pacific coast to a coinpanv'that will operate a line -of  steamers from Mexico ,to China and  along the coast.  Sofia, Nov. 27;���������The 'report that tlie.  brigands will kill Miss Stone on -Jan.  1st, if the ransom is not' paid "by that  time is not believed here.  Cor.ox, Nov. 27.���������The Colombian  situation today is not changed. Traffic  on the railway is not interrupted.  The trains are guarded by the U. S.  Marines. It is reported that Gen.  Alban was wounded and his horse  shot in the recent fighting.        ������  Livisnroor., Nov. 27.���������Details of the  Liverpool bant frauds show that bookkeeper Bodie gave tho names of clients  and the amounts that would' be  passed without suspicion to outside  expert forgers, who forged the checks  and had them passed through.in the  usual way.  CoxST.VNTixorr.i5, Nov. 27.���������"Reports  have been received at Constantinople  of fighting between Turkish troops  arid* Americans at Sassoim. No details  are.oblaitiable. ..__._.__ .....  ���������Boston, Nov. 27.���������The Boston and  Maine railroad issued an order that till  employes of the Boston and Maine  system, numbering 2."5.O00, mint be  vaccinated at once.  Pkaguk. Nov. 27.���������The Hungarian  papers allege that King Alexander of  Servia desires to divorce Queon Draga  in order that he may marry his sister  inlaw, and that this accounts for  Queen Dr.igas recent hysterical out  breaks.  Last Saturday morning the body of  W." T. Leary, a cigiirmaker, who  worked" hore' for "the "Union' Cigar  Factory last sumnler, was found lying  face downwards in a, mini puddle on  the wagon road five miles west of  Shuswap station. The funeral took  place at Kamloops oh Monday under  the charge of tbe local Cigar Makei's  Union.  He Waves the Old B. P. Wand  and Lo the Scene is Changed.  ���������The Victoria Seat Nailed  Down Tight  Montiii:ai.. Nov. 22- The Norl Invest  is to have another outlet, on the Pacilic coast. Mr. William iMacKenzie and  .Mr. I"). ' li. Maun arrivi'il here on  Wednesday, accompanied by linn. Mr.  Wells, chief (���������oinuii.ssioiier of lands  and works of Ijiitii-h Ciiliuubia nml  Mr. ,1. N. Gieenshields. The exl elision  oT their transcontinental line In the  Pacific has been under discussion for  some days in Toronto and Ottawa,  as well ns hers. Their intention was to  build from Yellow Mead Pass llirniigh  QiU'snellc, northwest lo Skei'im river,  but Messrs. Wells and (.ii-eenshicld.**  on behalf of the British Columbia  government, proposed that lhu line  should be divert ed at Qnesui'lle, and  built south west to Bule inlrl.  As a result of the negotiations  Messrs. Mackenzie and Mann have  submitted a proposition for the - early  constructirn of a diversion from  Quesnelle, ��������� to begin nt Bute Inlet, anil  build inland, A I. Mule Inlet-, connection will be inii'le by ferry to a poinl  nt Seymour's, Narrows on "Vancouver  Island. Diinsmuir's line, wliich now  runs from Victoria to Wellington, will  be extended northward and connect  at Seymour's Narrows wilh ferry fnun  Bute lnle|. In this way direct connection may be made, wilh Quesnelle  and Victoria wil! become the Iciininus  of Messrs, Mackenzie anil .Mann's  transcontinental line. It is iuu'iii>tood  that as a result of the negotiation.. lh(-  Dotniuiun'government will give tbe  usual assistance in lhe way of subsidies  for the* construction of both lines.  Mr. Mainland Mr. Gieensl.iolds will  go lo Victoiia early in .January to  determine' the lei ms and othei  detail.*, wilh lhe Biitish Columbia  government.  Canadian, Caledonian, Guard'.an. Mercantile, Atlas and Manchester. Theii'  life insurance companies are the Great  West and Confederation and l.huy also  represent tho Ocean Accident and  Guarantee Corporation and lhe Canada Accident and Plate Glass. Loan  societies for which the new linn are  agents aru the Canada Permanent and  Wesi ei n Canada Mortgage Corporation and the Equitable Savings Loan  Si Muilding Association. They are  brokers lor lhe Northwestern Development Syndicate mid agents for Crows  Nest Pass coal. Mr. Sibbald is also a  notary public. As will be seen from  llie above list the llrm represents a  large number of first-class insuian'.-n  and financial institutions and as both  of the members are well and favorably  known in Rrvi'l.stoki* and iiislrict ii*.  energetic and reliable business men  their success seems Iti be assured.  New" Real Estate Firm. '   -  The proniinont'insurance and commission" agents J. D. Sibbald anil Clms.  M. Field, .have united forces and in  futilre wil Kcairjv on-busbies.1** under lilt*  name of* bibb aid'& Field Mr.'Sib-'  bald's oflice. The 'firm represents  under the head of real estate the C. P.  K. and Mara townsiie in Kevelstoke.  the Camborne townsite on Fish creek  ������-id the G r :rd lown.sili- atjthe foot of  Ti nut lake. The lire insni,nice, companies handled' will- bu  tbe   Imperial,  The Canoe River Route.  Speaking of the Kevelstoke route to  the new placer fields in lhe Clearwater  district, an old time mining man and  resident of lievelstoke, who probably  knows North Kootenay and the Canoe  river district ts well as any man in the  province, said to the Herald that the  runic by the Canoe river to (.he head  waters of the Clearwater was quite  practicable. Tbe maps of tbs country  give no real idea of the direction of t.he  river at all. But at the crossing of t e  divide from Canoe river to Tete Jaime  Cache on the Fraser, the Canoe is seen  touting in trom lhe northwest, wliere  it heads up in the same district as the  Clearwater with as great a breadth  and volume of water as it possesses at  ils mouth. It comes in round the  steep and rugged range, which I'tii'iiis  llie divide between the vulleys of the  Columbia and Canoe river . and the  North Thompson, a range 'which forms  one of the roughest and most dillicull  mountain sections in the province.  Further south the range is traversed  by an old Indian hunting trail, which  leaves the Columbia, by the valley of  Maloney creek (called Nagle, creek on  the last published map) and winds over  the summit into the valley of lhe  North Thompson.  Thanksgiving  Turkey   Supper.  Fiftv cents for grown lips and 25c.  for children - gets you admission tomorrow to one of the best spreads  ever"'oll'ered'" to" "a' -discrlmin.il.iif?  public. Supper will be served in I he  opera house and commences at 0 p. in.  sharp..   ^ ���������  A purtv of 102 men and 0 officers  of the Roval Garrison Artillery leit  Halifax on Sunday for Esquiiua.lt and  will pass through hero on a special  about Friday.  ���������g?������������������������'5������������5*^^  Camden, N. .T., Nov. 27.���������Two more  dealhs froin tetanus following on vaccination are reported here, making n  total of nine deaths from the same  ause in the past three weeks.  Tabloid Telegrams  It is expected  that   the   third   Canadian S, A. Contingent* will   sail   from  Halifax for South Africa tlie last week  in December.  ��������� r      --  Ocean navigation closed at Montreal  Monday.  The Dominion Alliance at Toronto  has decided in view of the recent  Manitoba liquor act decision to wait  on tbe Ross Government: nd ask it to  introduce n jirohibitniy law in  Ontario.  Many applications have been i made  at the local brigade office. Monti eai.  byjnen desirous of going to South  Africa with the next contingent.  Lord Kitchener and the prime  minister of Cape Colony have reached  an agreement whereby the Colony  resumes control of the Colonial troops  in 29 districts.  Sir ThomasLipton says that should  no one else challenge for the American  Cup, he is willing to make another  attempt to lift it. "'It would never  do," he says, "to give up. when only a  pulsebcat came between bim and  victory.  One hundred and thirty person  perished in the recent earthquake at  Eizerouni in Armenia.  A London despatch says that Lord  I Strathcona is   confined   to   his   house  WHEN you are thinking of  buying"   FURS,   you   naturally  think  of  this   Store���������the   noted  FUR   HOUSE    of Revelstoke  ���������the best place to buy,   bcausc  ot the  splendid   ancl   unequalcd  stock       of     Dependable  Furs'  gathered here.  When you purchase your  Furs from us, you are spared  anv anxietv as to quality. Wc  ,arc responsible ,for the satisfactory service of every purchase  you make; therefore you are  sure of the Best that the money  you pay can buy.  THE VICTORIA,  THE MARLBOROUGH,  THE PRINCESS FUR RUFFS,  IN ALL DESIRABLE FURS.  CARPERINES in large assortment.  FUR JACKETS.  I THE  RAILWAY-YARD'  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  Engineer (leu. Burton is in thu  hospital at Kamloop.-.  I.'. II. Temple, locomotive foreman,  returned I'roni Vancouver on .Saturday,  A. T. Trumoitlh. the newly up.  pointed station agent at Moosomin.  Assa., has entered on bis duties.  Fireman .1. Ijidner of Kamloop.s,  left for Montreal on Sunday iu connection with brotherhood buaii*e.*>s.  Switchmen on the Kio Crande railway went on striki; and seem to have  been abandoned by llu* other brotherhoods.  Walter Lindley, secretary of ihe I!.  T. K. has resigned and will b.i succeeded by lhe assistant secretary, Mr.  Norman-  "W. Stitt. ,'ifr.sislaut general passenger agent of the C.P.1L will leave for  Australia on Dee. 13i.li by Lhe s. s.  Miowera.  The C, N. It. intend to push tbe  construction of their transcontinental  from lOdmonlon east to Prince Albert,  next year.   .  ('has. M. Hays lias been re-appointed general manager, of lhe Grand  Trunk. Ile will cuter on his'duties  with the New Year.  Pasco, Wash, at ihe junction of the  Walla Walla branch of rhe N. P. and  a connecting for the O. R. & N. is to  lie made a divisional point.  The erection ol.a station and four  stall round bouse and .machine "shop  will shortly be commenced at Grand  Korku by the Republic & Grand Forks  road. . '   '  F. F. ljiisleed. resident engineer at  Medicine Mat, has been transferred to  Vancouver as engineer of way structures of the Pacific division under Gen.  Sunt.   Marpole. This "is   a-,.newly   ,  ci*cated*posit,ion. J " "     .- ~iV.iv'-'-'-" -'  Locomotive Foreman Forge in the  C.P.R. shops Medicine Hat. has. been  transferred to charge of the mechanical work and Mr. Hedge has arrived  at the Ha, from Fainham, Que., as  locomotive foreman.  Harry Cronn, a brakesman, was  fatally injured while coupliug cars at  Holland on Saturday night. He was a  well' known lacrosse and hockey  player. He was a member of the  Victoria lacrosse club of Winnipeg.  The Canadian Pacific will resume its  heated car service to western and Pacific Coast points lhis week. Freight  will bo concentrated at North ' Bay,  and forwarded in train lots bvery  Wcdnesday, commencing today,  It is announced that the International Order of Railway Conductors  will have a paid representative in  Ottawa al the next session of��������� Parliament, to watch legislation affairs  all'ccting the interests of railway men.  A west bound freight off the track  at Port .Moody caused the delay to  AIonday^s-No^2. - -An-a.xlc-=oii- tlie-^  lender broke, derailing six box cars.  Brakeman'Mo?crop got quite a shaking up but no .serious injuries are  reported.  Resident engineers have been  appointed as follows : R. ti. Fmsley  ut Fort AVilliam. 3..E. Switzci* at  "Winnipeg, A. R. Davis at Brandon.  G. M. Lang at Moo-ejaw. A. .1. McLean at Medicine Hat and G. R.  Richardson at Cranbrook.  Fred Stew.ui.. a brakesman, was  killed while coupling ear*! in the C. P.  R. yards, Winnipeg, on Sunday. lie  was culling off a car from a Hrainlou  freight. in some way he became  entangled and fell, a car passing over  him.  A number of railway builherhood.-.  in Ontario endor.-cd the new Canadian  organization that include*, the workers of all ,lu-,inclie.*> of the service.  Several locals held a joint session and  not only declared for the new industrial union, but adopted resolutions  denouncing tbe competitive .system  and pledging themselves to vole only  for such candidates as would favor  public ownership of trusts and monopolies.  The Epworth ' League.  The Kpwoilh League Social on  Monday night was a great success.  The attendance was good, h. first clavs  programme was presented and a.  thoroughly hearty and friendly feeling  animated the entire evening's pioceed-  Ings. The League has' by no means  diopped its reading room scheme  which it is hoped will soon be in active  operation. Tbe reading room will  confer a great boon on a very large  section of the community, the more  so   as   there   will   be   nothing   ot    a  I_ denominational character about it.  All will be freely welcome to the  benefits of the institution.  ID  MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. Hibllsheil By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  plans and specilications, eniiiiitienlly  satisfactory to the leader of tl.e  government but which cannot be  considered a brilliant success from any  other pointof view. There is very  little danger of bis ever heading a raid  of the Andrews' pompom comm-irnlo  into Liberal territoiy. He is too nm h  a man after the Colunisl's own heart  to begin to be as rash and ��������� effective  as I hat.  A Peml-Weeklv Jouriuil pnbll-lied in the  inttTi-is of the railway men. liilnins men ami  t.ii-iii.is men of the West. Dnys of l'ublKiiilion  IVcilaosilay unil Saturday.  ADVKP.lISl.Nn  I.ITKS.  llisnlBV ads.,?l*50 per Inch; single column,  JJ per inch when inserted., on title page  l.c-'al ad<��������� 10 cents per ineh (nonpariel) line  ior ilrst insertion; j cents for eaeh additional  inserllou. Local notices 10 cents per line each  is-iue. hirili, Marriage and Death Notices  free.  Sl'USfcRII-TIOS   KATKS.  liv mall or carrier, ti per annum; J1.20 for  fUuionlhs. strictly in advance.  Olltl JOB DKI'.lktoi'nt.  Isniic of the best equipped priming ollices in  the West nud prepared lo execute all kinds of  printing fn Iirslelass style al honest prices.  One price to all. Xo job too liir������e���������none inn  small���������for us. Mail orders promptly attended  in.   Hive us atrial on your next order.  TO COBRESrOSDESTS.  Wc invite oorrespoiidenci* on any subject  of Interest io the general public, in all ea-es  the bona tide name of the writer must aci'iiin-  panv manuscript, bul not necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  '^wmmi$mMmM ������������������  rp  IS EST THE HEART OF  THE  GREA1  ON   FISH   RIVER.  w  GOLD  CAMP  NOTICE TO COIUlESI'ONllENT.i.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   be    li'ulbly  written on one side of the paper only.  ���������.'.���������Correspondence    containing      personal  matter limit be signed with the proper name  ui the writer,  ti. t-.CWtOUA.N', Editor.  Wednesday, NovkmhehST, l'JOl.  TURN ON THE TAP.  I  Of course the Colonist got out the  hose as soon a������ ever Mr. Andrew's  letter to Mr. Borden came within its  line of vision. An a wet blanket on  lhe Conservative party in this province, the Colonist stands without a  rival, As long as British Columbia  Conservatism consents to be led by the  nose by this so called Conservative  paper so long may it make up its mind  to a. permanent sojnurn up Salt Creek.  It is everlastingly procrastinating,  temporizing, finding a string of excuses for doing nothing. - Its whole  policy consists in keeping in the back  ground the questions, which the  people want to see brought into the  political arena and us long as the  Conservatives consent thus to play  right into the Liberal hand, just so  long they can make up their minds to  see the Liberals in power.  The Liberals are administering th  old Conservative policy with considcr-e  able ability and success. It was ��������� a  policy framed when the only-idea, of a  prosperous community conceived or  conceivable by the vast majority of  people was a community, in which  capital could be invested with security  and a reasonable prospect of big  dividends. Incidentally it. would  furnish employment and wages, fof  which the community as a whole was  expected and exhorted to he duly  thankful, first to capital and secondly  lo the administration.  Doubtless a policy with these aims  and objects, carried out with vigor  and rigor, will produce the kiml of  "prosperity," which is is intended te  effect. We see just such a "prosperity" flourishing like a green bay  tree in the Statestoday. It isa policy,  which has a century of material  advance and progress behind it. a  policy of which   the   results   are even   i_ow_only_just* reaching tbeicincvittible-  culniiiiation. a policy,   which   lo   outward appearance is still   as   vigorous  and effective as ever but it is h. policy,  which will never again carry a party in  Canada   from   opposition   to    power.  The full dinner pail argument is   only  ell'ective   in   face   of    the     kind     of  opposition put up by the Conservative  party at the last election, the   kind   of  opposition which the   Colonist   would  like   to   see   tbe   Conservative   party  continue     to     put     indefinitely,    an  opjiosition    of   mere     negation    and  criticism,   a   platform   of   worn    out  phrases and   meaningless   platitudes,  from   whicli   tbe   party   bosses     had  anxiously   excluded   every particle of  vitality, and   any   recognition   of the  leal issue of the hour, the fact that   in  the       popular   , dictionary     of     the  Twentieth   Century   "prosperity"  no  longer spells   "capitalist"   but   "community.''  Mr. Andrews has made a forcible  appeal to the leader of the Conservative opposition to recognize this great  c'lange in public opinion. Frankly it  will be an enormous surprise to the  Herald if his appeal is of any avail.  What Mr. Borden thinks on the points  selected by Mr. Andrews for the  planks in his dream of a Conservative  policy, the Herald docs not know  nor does it suppose lhat anyone* else  does. It is possible that Mr. Borden  does not know himself. In no single  particular has Mr. Borden so far given  the faintest proof of the possession of  nny qualities to justify his selection by  the pai ty as cheir chief. As a leader  of the opposition he is constructed  on  Now il is Mr. McPhillips. Only a  fleeting span of time ago, at tlie last  general provincial election. Mr. McPhillips was one of the rising hopes of  the stern, uuhi-uiliug lillle lianil of  Conservatives, who followed llu* banner of Charles "Wilson on the straight  party ticket. Now be has taken a  box round the compass and thinks  the times are nut yet. ripe for tlu-  introductioii of parly politics into  provincial alTair.-. Tin* I !l*:ii.\l.l)  would like to have Mr. MelMiillip***  explain iu what particular the times  were any riper Ihen than lhey are  now and also bow much longer he  proposes to invite the people of this  province to keep up the chase of this  will o' the wisp "business government" of all the talents, through the  quagmire of petty intrigue and personal politics, into which it is ever  leading us deeper. So far il has given  us nothing but discontent at home  and discredit abroad. The development of our resources has been  hindered and the legitimate and  reasonable aims and hope** of our  people defeated, while the irresponsible  ONLY  FOUR MILES  FROM NAVIGABLE WATERS  Two and One-Half Hours take you to tlie Main Line of the Canadian Pacific Railway.  A place of Great Business Possibilities.  Now is thc time to make your choice of Lots.  CAMBORNE will be an important place on the Arrowhead ancl Kootenay Railway Line as it istributary to Pool Creek  wliich has large numbers of Mineral Properties under diflerent stages of development. The properties now being opened  up " The Imperial Development Syndicate " and the Nortliwesicrii*������Devclopment Syndicate are almost at its door, besides  Free Cold Propositions, Lead, Silver and Copper Properties are within four miles.  I JOHN D. SIBBALD,  Agent.  ^^aWSSSWLWL^a^S^  wmM^&m^^mmm^s^imm^W}im^wm  members of our "business government'' have been neglecting llu:  business of government in older lo  join in a general scuffle for place and  power. Mow much more of this kind  of government record does Mr. .McPhillips suppose the people want:-'  A GOOD  NAME....  Ik bcUcr tliftii riches   We have Lhe name of making  the only StvliMi Suits in Town  ���������for durability nnd quality  thev also excel.  ���������rr  TPV"  ONE  R. S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  Notice to Co-Owners.  To .I.S. I'nttcrson mul nil others i-liiiniinir  throiijrli liim any interest in the rliiims  lieruinafter nieiitioiicil :  Under the Mineral Ant, 1S117, aiul aiiienilmoiils  thereto:  NO'I'ICU IS IIKKKIIY ClIVHN lliat we, I\  Mi'Curiy aiul II. .1. llouriie hnve perfuniu'd nil  the iisseSMiienl work on the l*-|iirvi***v. l'.eleher  Arabian, Victoria IV, Mil|.Ie Leaf, Shainroi'k  ami yi n in ninth mineral- claims situate in  Ciromicl llciir llii'-ln. III llie Hc.velstoke Minin;.*  Division in' Wuit ICooieiiav, lneaLcil in AiignM  IS'.ic, and recordeil al l'iivelstiil,-u on the "nl  September, l&V-.-in.l Hint .I.S. Piillursuii, the  recorded owner of an Interest in the said  mineral clniins has nejileeted lo do or pay l'nr  his slime of lhe assessment work for the years  1809, l'JDO nnd l'.Hil, and Unit unless said elmri;es  are not paid within ninety days from lhe lirst  publication of iliis notice, we shall proceed to  record snid delinquent interest ns provided hy  Section 11 of the Mineral Act Amendment Act,  1300.  l-'liKK   Hits  IIKKTS  AM. TltAINK.  I'llSS'l'  CLASS   ACCOMMDIJATIOX.  IHiA'I'KIl   ItV   HOT  AIII.  i!i:as<in'aiii.i*; iiatils.  The   notion   advanced   by the Korl  Steele    Prospector    and    Greenwood  Times that the business of   redistribution should be taken out of the   hands  of thc politicians altogether and given  by   the    govern in ent    either   to   the  judges   of    the   Supreme     Court     ot  British   Columbia   or   else   to  an impartial commission i.s one   which   has  been largely endorsed by the press   of  the province and recommends itself to  every lover of justice   and   fair   piny  It was the intention   of   Charles "Wilson, had he been returned as tbo head  of a   straight   Conservative   party at  the last election, to have banded  over  this task to the .judges.      liven   from  the most selfish   poiut   of  view of expediency   thi.s   course   siu mid   recommend itself to the gentlemen in power  at Victoria.     Sweeping changes have  to be made in the distribution of seats,  changes, which must lose any government, which attempts to make  them,  many of their friends and will   not on  the other hand   placate   their   oppon  ents.   The task is a most delicate and  difficult one,   which   only  men lifted  above tbe   ordinary   political   atmosphere can   be   expected   to   approach  without hia*-or to carry through with  satisfaction.  When at the beginning of tbe year  it was suggested to an indignant Canadian public lhat the enl ranee of our  "national   highway"   into.. the    Hill-  **  n the County Court of Kootenay Holden  at Fort Steele :���������  NOTICE IS IIKREHV GIVEN that on the ]71h  dnv of October, WW, it was ordered by His  Honour J. A. Forin, Esq., of the Mild Court,  that James Ferguson Armstrong, Ollieinl  Administrator or the County of Kootenay, lie  administrator of nil nml singular the Kstnte of  William E. lions, of Ferguson, 13. C.deceniecl,  interstate.  Everv person indebted to the said deceased  is required tn make pay ment lortliwith to the  undersigned.  Everv person having ill possession effects  belonging to the deceased is required forthwith to notify the undersigned.  Everv creditor, or other person, having any  claim iipon or interest in the distribution of  the personal estate of lhc said deceased ia required wiihln thirty days of this date to send  bv registered letter addressed io the undcr-  -iVni-d, his nam. and address, nnd the full  particulars of his claim or interest, ami a  stnteniunt of his account, anil the nature of the  security, (il any) held by him.  After the expiration ������f the said thirty-davs  the Administrator will proceed with the distribution ofthe estaie. having regard to those  claims only of which he shall liayelind notice  Dated at Fort Steele this 17lh duy of October.  Hill.  JAMES FERCUS0N ARMSTR0NC,  Oct. 'JG*id. Ollieinl Administrator.  Notice to Co-Owners.  Morgan Band of Harmony was within  the range of possibility, lhe idea was  scouted as altogether too preposterous  to be entertained out of a lunatic  asylum. It was mooLed in lhe house  by \V. F. Maclean, member for Kast  York, and they laughed al him ii.wi  visionary.    .Sir    William   Van   Home  To Richard Mcmaiimid.  Under Mineral Acl 1S97 and amendments  thereto, notice i- herein- given Ihnl we. Louii-e  Leomine Graham and (ins I-und. have performed all the a.cessment work on the "Golden  Kagle" mineral claim, situated on the divide  between French aud McCnlloek Creeks, at tin;  head of Ground Hog Basin in the Big Bend  llistrict of Wesi Kootenay, located liitli September, ISM and recorded 21 September, 18W  and lhat Kiehard McDiannid the recorded  owner of one-half interest in said mineral  claim has neglected io do his share of the  work or tn pav for same for the years lo9S, ISO!).  lf-OO and 1801." Notice is herehy given, to the  said Plctiitrd Mclliarmid thai unless said  charges are paid within ninety days of the  first publication of this notice we shall proceed  -uTrCcOrd-5aifrti-hnq-r.cn tin tereprai���������provided  by -ection51 of Hie "Mineral Act Amendment  Act. lOuO."  Iiated at P.evelstoke*. B. C, Oth August, 1901.  I L. L. Ckakam,  Co-owners )GcsLu!fD.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  NOTIfK IS IIEBKHV GIVES, in pursuance of  the Creditors'Trust Deeds Acl.lWlI," lliat  John Vieccnt I'erk'.of the City of P.evelstoke,  In   tin- Province  ol   Hrltlsh Columbia,  Hotel  Dated at lievelstoke, Jl  September, I'.'UI.  Co-Owners  . (J ,  this 5lh day of  . McCarty,  Brown & Guerin, Props.  KI.KCTPwIO I3KI.LS AMI I/HUIT IN EVERY ROOM.  IIOUIU.V  STH HIST CAIt  -MUKT.S  ALI, THAINSS.  HAH  Wfil.L Kli'I-Pf.li.l>   P.V Till*:  ClIHICKST  WISES,   I.II.IJOHH  AND  CK1AH.S   ��������� I I-I. J. Bourne  To Mine Owners and Others  FOR SAL!?���������Five (5) second liaid Sullh-nn  Koek Drill-, the drill holes I'A to ;: inches In  diameter, depth ID feet, mounted ov screw  columns complete with Hose, etc. These drills  are iu Ilrst rate condition and are situated at  the Mines of the Toronto-,.illooet Gold Kecfs  Complinvnt I.illooel. Applv KIKIAII Hl.OOJI-  Fllil.I), Jinx 713, Villicouvor.'Il. C.       Nov. '.I-11  ZEioiMiEi a-zRownsr  ���������Tlio very best on the market today,  including:  Potatses,       Cabbage,  Carrots, ~       Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also first quality of woll cured  Timothy Hay  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROWLE,  Kevelstoke, B. C.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  _*it-^ ^Rates_$i_a-day.A-=������������������~������������������=������������������--  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone  Prop  sni'l sueh ;i cnntiilsreni J"    w;is    ptiSsilile    proprietor, has hy due-!, hearing dale the Will  , , '        ������������������     l.lHV.f <)<;l.>l-r,   A.D., 10*11.  aK-lirneil   all   Ills  but not even lemotely proli.tlile.      J lie   r.**ilniid pcr-onal property, except iw therein  ' . I .n,.iitlnti'.il to.l..)iti DrinkwaterSlbbHlil. of the  ���������ivei Hire limn on  the   street   ili.-niihseil :Mt,t   city  of i:i.*.ol=toke,  i.eiieral Akuui,. ii;  h . , ,. I tru.t lor the p.ir[*o"*.< ���������*������.*.'>���������-'������������������.  ratably and  rs tno mIIv    for   in*.l.iiss-    ,,ril|Kiriiuiiiiielv    and   without   orejiH lie    or  o 'Jrl'iritr the creditors of ti.e snid Joint Mil*  v  the end    of' the    .s.iuie j \,,.���������x p,.rks. the A**������iuunr, and ihr- b.iI.1  Tru-U'.*  iotl. Tt is onl  yeiu* now nntl lo the mipu'-Nilile hiw  hnjipened. -Most people .".re npreeil  thnt if the new Northern Securities  hns not already a;')t n rtuitrolliri};interest in the Ci. P.'R., all iiiririjjemi-iits  have heen made hy whirh they will  obtain it, when they want it, an event  i lin- ���������ind.-rnikeii lhe (run- created hy the said  . ili-cd.  All rtfT'i'txi Iwvini! claims ajtalli.t the said  loiin Vincent I'-rl.' are r'*..uir>*d on or licfor*;  ���������Iw 'intl* dav of N'o\'*inl������'r, A. I).. PJol, tu send  to lie* "aid Trustee full particulars ol Hie ������ain.:  duly verified. t-w-ih'T wilh Hie particulars of  ,he scuritv. If any, held hy lliem.  ANH   NOTICK   I*-    HBKK1ST   ���������'HVK.V    thai  after the -aid tenth day of Xovomln-r. 1W1, tlu-  aid   Triifieu   will proc-ed   Oi distrlljute th"  creditor, whose   claims  CANADIAN  PACSFtG RAILWAY  New Schedule  KfTccllve Octoher HI, 1!H)1  g PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     Ml). TON. ���������  SAUSAGE. ������g  ��������� FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  15.**������J  5.^ife2ffi5fi������8  Ti:i.i:riiONK.Xo. 101.  I'. O. Uox "OoB  The Prospectors' Exchangef  No. 5 K.-W.-Q. BLOCK, NELSON, B.C  Gold, Silvor Load nnd Copper Mines wanted at the ������WKxeliatiKe.  Jrree Milling Gold Troperties wanted a; once for Kastern investors.  Parties having mining: property for sale are requested to scud samples of their orcl  to the-Kxchiuige for KxhlbiHon.  All samples should be sent by express I'ropafd. Corrcspondonee solicited.  m  Addross all eominiinicatioiiH-to  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,        Nelson, b.c.  ���������L  II. O. PARSON, President.  M. J. O'HHIEX, Mnnaglng Director  ���������iie Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  -I.IinlteiW.iabillty^  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  Manufacturers of ACME BRAND AERATED WATERS  GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  Revelstoke, 13'. C.  OBBiaBBaDasaB  ���������*,-..-   anion*.'  tln.-<*   ........  have hen lodged-.villi him and  lhat. he ulll  , noi U-rciponslble after .-aid date lorlne a*,������ct������  which is not likely tl) hu., pushml   very   ���������o  dly.rihuicd,  or any part thereof, to anj;  fni'olT inlo the   icmotu   ftitiii-p.     Tin;  ymir of t������riice 1001    hns   hiiiin   a   swift  EASTB0UND  WESTBOUND  8:20  17:10  eilnciitor of t.he public mind on the  acfiuiiiitioii of i-iihvuy control. 'J'liii  events, which sin'.'e lust .Jnnu.iry, liavp  followed one another in riipirt succi'S-s  ion. hnve, us one result, knockf.-il for  uvcr into a cocked hat, .ill .ii-giiinfiits  ajfivinst goveriiiric-nt, ownot-ship, il-r-  riveil from nny irnajjitmry clif>lculti������si  in the way ofthe government obtaining control of thc entire Ounailinn  railway system, if it made up its mind  to do so. The Canadian government  could exchange its own bonds for linstock of the railway companies just as  readily .is the Northern Sernritk-i.  exchanges its stock for ithe sh.irts of  the companies, which come under its  control. There i.s nothing more  abstruse or complicated apparently in  the transaction than the exchange of  half ix dollar for a pound of ten.  ,,cr*o*i or p<.r*=on������- fina or corporation, of  who*,.; debt or claim he shall not Ihen have  received notice.  A M������"*tinit of thc Creditor.*! of (he skill John  Vincent Perk? will be I"-*id at the oflice ol  John ririnkvi.terMbt.aM. Hm Stre-_, Rcv-'-I-  ��������� tolc*. firiti*<h Colnir.hia. on oaturday, the  twi-ntk--iixtti da>- of October. ^. (>-. lVil. at the  hour of two o'clock in the afternoon.  Hated at Revcl-toke, P.. Ci., this 12th da>- of  Octotwr, A. D.,1901.  J. M. SCOTT, Kevelitole, 15. Ci.  Solicitor for the Truicee.  LOST.  A Flac-ITnion Jack���������from the Opera Ifniiir*  on or aboi:t January 2nd, 1501. The. flay wan  used for the. decoration of thc Op<*ra IIoti������c  tor thoTrftinincn'ii Hall on New Vcir'-i Kvo.  *rh<* tlnrtor will please return aarae to IIBrai.ii  [.lli'ee.   "ct- ������-"���������  NOTICE.  TAKK   NOTICK  that  00  days   after date   I  intend to applv to the Chief Co-amlsiloncr  I.amli and Worlii for pcrml-nlon t" cut and  of  carry   away  W.  tlmlicr from  the  following des  crlli"d landi: .    .  -. o  CninmcnciiiK at a post marked WORer F.  Perry's southcait corner poitnltuatc aboutiOO  feet from Scott Creek, tlicnce west 40 chains;  thence north 1G0 chains; tlicnce east 40 chains;  thencesouth IW chains, to the place ol com*  iiu-ncfcinciit; containing C40 aeres.         ROGER F, HKBAY.  Goldfields, D. C��������� Oat. 17>h, 1001.      Nov. C-tf.  Passengers booked to all  Eastern, Canadian and U.S.  Points. -  Berths reserved on Atlantic  Steamers for passengers* to  the Old Country.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  Direct Steamer Service from  Vancouver to  CHINA,  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full- information and Jlustratcd  pamphlets furnished on  application.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Re?el9toke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancoursr.  IA Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give io good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  THE CITY EXPRESS  n. \V. B. Paget, Prop.  I'rouijil delivery of parcels, tiaggugc, etc.  lo any part of the city    -  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  On Front Street, is again open to  the public. Meal> served at all  hours.  A. REBUCHE8E,      ���������������  Prop]  All orders left at R. M. Smytlie's Tobacco  Store, or by Telephone No.7 will receive prompt  attention.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc..  '  Fish and Game in Season.'... ���������-  All orders promptly filled/'  CornKeirn^?fee5>. RBYBHKF0KB, B.5.  Express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  H. Cook.  I  J-  n  An  W  ' *.  n  1  M  ft  il  ���������$  u-i  a  H  ?!  Vl'l  i  i.'if  T'jr  '1  ���������'I  1  |  'A  '4  ���������"<!  ^1  ���������'i*|  I  i  (J'tJ  ViW  <s I<&  nvil.*m.l*vessrm'i-*xr*xnzrxtmrr?rrm-rxmrc^  ,J*-?7*CTTJr^p?*r7ig.***ff'l *llTf\.^UTS'l^Msv^^**Ti;**7-yjTO7ff  lia**ffl,M-*������fflraH*i*MWff ������������i.*������ira*iimmETO  AllOHlBAU)  J. SOTT, Hancock, Mich.  PKTI'.K LAM ONT. Ni'lson. IS. C.  CHARLES.1-1. S'lTLLWELL, Nelenn. B.C.  JAMES A. MAGEE, Revelstoki-, B. C.  BOARD OF DIRECTORS.  UK. G. A. B. HALL. Nelson, B. 0.  J, FRED I1U.ME, Nelson, B.C.  JAMES P. IJYRI-5S.'Trail, B. 0.  J. C. T. CROFTS, Nelson,  B. C.  SAMUEL M. BUYDUES, Nelson, 1!. ('.  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Nelson. B. C.  LLVl 1 sLilfl   J l WW  Incorporated under the Laws of British Columbia.  mfW������7fJO'rUI'P<t7WT*gM*.'_s,7S������ VJl.' ,~-^'Q'!^^rsrmVBT^TTVT^Kjtq  Capital: 81,000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares,  ll  jfia  p'f>Z9*fflttt^**nzrra.'jcr<B^^ *ta.'rvvrT!rm^cr^zrxvm  ALL TREASURY STOCK.     IMOJ PROMOTER'S AUD NO PREFERRED STOCK.  rTT.Knr,TXMzrn'WTr-*T<-j*.'.-m-r.-ri EnSHH_.UiTiraEHanai  Camboume Group, 9 Claims.   Oyster Gp.s 6 Cisaim  ���������������������  Located  in  the Free Gold  Fish  River Camp, Lardeau  Mining Division,  British Columbia.  fng Gold  200,000 Shares, Now Offered at 50 Cents Per Share.  In view of the splendid showings of both high ancl low grade ore and the unrivalled facilities for the economical  developing and working ofthe properties, it is confidently expected that, not only will the present issue of stock be sold  quickly, but no more will be offered at less than par.  LEGAL  JM.-SCOTT   11 A., I.UI1.  Harrlster,       Solicitor,    Notary    Public,   Etc.  McKenzie Avium*.*, llevelsioke Station.  Money to loan,  A STUDY FROM  THE ANTIQUE  pARVKY, M'CAM'KH & 1'INKIIA.M  Darrislers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors ior Imperial Hank of (Innndn.  Company funds lo loan at 8 per conl.  1*'ii***t Stkki.t, ItovolMolio Slalion, 1!. C.  CHURCHES  Address all inquiries for information, or applications for stock to  Official Broker,  3       Revelstoke, B. C.  .MCTIlOniST CIIUKCII,   I'.EVKI.STOKK.  VreacliiiiK servieos at 11 a. in. antl 7::'.0 p. in  Class ineeunir al the close of iho inoriiini*  service. Saljlaith School anil HibloClnss at !������:oii  Weekly I'rayer Meeting every Wedncsdny  ovoniifi; al 7::1U. Tiie public "arc cortllally  Invited.   Seals free.  Unv. C. 1,.iuneu, Pastor.  ST.   l'KTIll*. S Clll'lll'll,  ANGMCAN.  EIrIH a.m., Holy Kiiiilinriii; II a.in., ma'-.-is  '. itany anil sermon (Holy Knciiarisl first Sun-  tlav In (lie month); '2:'.',tt Siimlay scliool, or  eliudren'*** service; 7:00 ICvciisoii**; (clioral) antl  sei'inon. Holy Days-���������The Holy ICueliarisL is  celeliralc.l al 7 a.in. orfi a.m., as announced.  Holy llapllsin alter Sundny sehooi iu'.i:l.i.  C. A. I'llOCUNIKl'.'/Jteetol'.  I'lXSIIVTKIUAN  CHUItCH.  Service every Sundny at 11 a.m. and 7:;>0 p.in,  to -������\ lilcli all are weleoine. I'rayer meeting at  Sp. in. everv Wednesday.  m'.v. v,*. c. Cai.di:ii, Tastor.  HUMAN CATHOLIC CMUltCII.  Mass   at ll):.'������ll a. in.,   on   first,   second   tuiA  fom'tli Siuitlavs In the monlh.  UKV.   PATH Kit   TIIAYKIl,  SALVATION   AIIMY.  Meeting everv night in tliclr llall on  Froni  fit reel.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 2*3, Revelstoke, B. C.  Alcpls every Wednesday in  OtlcUellows' Hull alS o'clock  Visiting Knights invilcil.  Si. 11. Buck, C. C-   :    V   :   :   :    :  FM. B. Lnwis, K.OfR.&S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  JU'i.utiir meetings are held In the  Oddfellow's llall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  W. G. BIKNJSY, llec.-See.  SECRETARY.  P. O. BOX 700, NELSON,  _S������   Oa  ARCHIBALD. J. SCOTT, President.  PET EH LAM ONT, Tieasutei'.  OFFICERS.  DR. G. A B. HALL.' Vice-Prasident  A. F. ROSENBERGER, Secretary  "Si  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE* MARKET.  ?&  ��������� BUY BEPORE -YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   thc   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE .CITY is beautifully situated at thc base of  the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and  Surprise Creeks. .  CjRCLE CITY  i.s   absolutely   surrounded  . - ���������  . ._  - Development. .... ...........  by    Mining   Properties    now   under  Which* will be utilized next Season by Concentrating- Plants.  SEND. FOR PARTICULARS AT  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  ONCE  G. B. BATHO  Ferguson, B. C.  eve  oKe  Is now open for business. -  kombay,  wednesday  and  Saturday,  Hours:,    10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Ladies requiring portraits taken  of themselves or their-children  arc requested not to. v/car white  dresses or have much ��������� white  material round thc neck.  Come and sec my local views,  cloud effects, tcleplioto views,  pictures ofthe moon, etc.  Thunderstorms ancl blizzards  will . be   added   as   opportunity  occurs.  . s  Wright Porritt  ���������I*+**'l'+4'*i**i**l**i'*'i-**l**>'I**t+^'t'i***i*-l-'i'  PELLEW-HARVEY,  DDVAM7  ~wai ��������� nil ���������-  -&-<-GiLMAN-<  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, li.C.      Kslablislicd 1801)  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Is in a position to give as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising" space in  its publication or for Job Printing", as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia. Write for Samples ot Printing. All -work  turned out promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD. ���������  Te**tw made up to 2.0H01 lis.  A vpecinlly made of cheeking Smelter  Pulps. <  tamples from (liu Interior liv until or  express promptly attended to."  ilnrrcspoinlcncc solicited.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  J  ++*I"f*I������f*H**f*r������H"I**f.I.*I*.T-H-1.1..T.*I..H.^  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven  vears  nt  Morfn  World,  Swansea.     17   venrs-Chief  Uheiiiist   to \VI|_'iin Conl nnd   Iroii Co.,   Bug.  Lute Chemist nnd Assuycr, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims e.xumiiicd nnd reported upon.  (Ferguson. B.C.  Red  Rose Ilopree meets i-econd nnd fourth  Tuesdays of eneli month; White Hose ilenrec  ineciK third Tni:*dny of eniili iimirler, ln Oddfellows Hnll.   Visitin_t brethren irclcomc.  WM. WATSON,        -     UY. EDWARDS.  1-rcsiilent. Seeretary.  H. EDWARDS   .  TAXI DI2IIM 1ST.  HEER IIEAI1S, liiiins, Etc. MOUNTED,  '���������"urn Clenned nnd He;-iiired.  JUST EAST Ol'  1'KESIIY'IT.UIAN  OilURCU  Third Street.  Ceniiicate  of Improvements  1STOTIOE.  Hold 1111! Minernl Claim, situate in . the  Revelstoke .Mining Uivision of Koolenny Uis-  iriel.  Where Loculed: In Ground Hog Basin, on  .MeUulloiigli (Jreeic.  TAKE NOTICE Hint I, 0. II. Hume, l'rec  .Miner's Ccrlllkiue No. 11, -tTfeOU, inlend, sixty  .:ny.*, lruni llie dmu heieol. lo upply lo the  .tii'miiK Keeorder lor uCeriilU'.uie ol liniirove*   ins, for ihe purpose of obtaining  u Crown  Ginnlol the nbove elnlm.t  _���������\ iid-fiirihenilnke_noliceJlmt_.nct loii,__iiiKl__r_  Seeilon  '.fi, musi be i*omineiieeil  before    the  issuance of sueli Certlliente ol Improvement*,.  Uiiled this-Itli day of Sepleniber, l'J������l.  o. h. iu;mk.  0������t. 11���������tl  0      V^VJLHJLJ!.A*IIV1. 0*  .Sueecssor lo I). Jenkins,  Mnnuracturcrs of  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The [choice   laud   north   of   trnel:,  between Tiippliin's nnd I.oiik'.", will  be   subdivided for sale as -i-onii n*>  *  possible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C  I', (i. Ho.v, li'i.  TIME TABLE  Repairing of Boots, Shoec  and Harness, a Specialty.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  Lauder's Bakery  For everything Fresh nnd Sew  FRUIT CAKE        MADEIRA CAKE  Sl'ONGE CAKE     SCOTCH CAKE.  LADY FINGERS   MACCAROONS  CURRANT BUNS DINNER ROLLS  TUFF 1'ASTRY      PIES.  TARTLETS RUSKS for Infants  OUR SPECIALTY:     DECORATEO CAKES.  Prompt delivery to any partof town  LAUDER'S BAKERY.  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU.  Riiiiiilni; between / rrowln'iid. Tlioiiwin'*.  l.atidliiK nnd (.oinnpHx, ������-<>irttm*it<:iti^r Oeloher  Illh, I'M, will null as lolloWH, weather permitting:  l.envlni; Arrowhead for TIhiiikoii's Landing  nnd Coiniiplix uvleeilnlly���������luk. nnd 15k.  Leavini.' Coiiinpll.**; nnd IIioiiimiu's i.iuidlng  for Ari'owlietuI....twlee dully���������7:l.",k anil I'Jil.'ik  Making elose connections with all C. I'. It.  ���������ileniiier.*, anil Trains.  TlienwiifM reserve the light louliHiige tiine>  ot sailing.** wltlioul uotlee.  The Fred Robins Dn Lumber Co., Limited  ������ WANTED.  Wanted imiiiediilely n Cook and Walter  Wages -to'J nml t-' respectively. Apply M. M  Ruiiiianan. l-etiilraKi.il liolel, Cnmborne. octat  ,w&&m  m  p Laces and Braids '������  **si  m  m  A lurge rniiKC of Point Lace,  lluehess nml Dnttenburt;  r.rnfds, Stamped Design*?,  Stamped Linens, Embroidery  Needles, Hooks, &c.  I'.erlin nnd Zephyr Wools, all  ��������� shades. Slipper Soles, Valcn-  seienees Laee, Insertion.  Call nt thc ,���������  1&2  Ac.'C-ot-iliiipf to   ono   of   tlio   fine   ohl  ci'iislud.pl,'ilitiidL**_k(>|)t   t'onsLiinlly  on  In]).in Lht; Coloiii-st nflii'u   diiect.   )e*_;:s--  l.itioii is  "soiiioUiiiit;   vevy   imlulliiilt*  nnd completely fori-if.ii to   lhc  Jjrilisli  ���������������������������ysteiii nl' i*c'|U'*.'K('H'i.iiliv(_> inslitutions."  If il Inul s.-iiil   ".-niiKitliiiiK   viM-y   little  uiulerstOdil   liy   lhu    Keii'.'r.il    puhlic  iind L'iiiiipli"li*ly rot'L*it;ii to Lhe  pruvuil-  ing system of  cipil-'iiirlic   leirial.ition"  the (Johni'isl wiitilil iiiivi;   heen   nearer  the iii.ii*]>'.   There is l.uthititr iiulelinite  iihmiL it.    'J'hi! Colonic need not ti-nvel  lo Swit/.ei'liiinl lu gutlier a  lew  vugii"  I'liinors of ils working.    If it will interview its own  foreman,   it   can   obtain  complete .-mil definite   information   of  the    initiative    and    referendum     in  actual practice   in   the   [iilei'iiiilioiial  Typographical Union.    Neitherisit >ti  foreign   lo   the    Kritisli    .system    of  r(.,pruh"iitati*.;L*     institutions     as     the  Colonist   assert.**!^ Tin*    Hkkai.ii   has  already pointed out that tin-  principle  is pul. in force every weok   in   one   or  the other Canadian   municipality,   in  which for all tli.<l tin* novernint;  body  is moulded on liie tisiiu. type of Hritisli  representativR instiliitiinis.    Hut. even  if it woro, lhat is   only   a   schoolboy's  argument against it.    There is nothing  ahoul representative, instituti'iti.*.  thai  would lead  anyone   lu  suppii-t*    that  lhey are the last word in   the   science  of   government   that    will    ever   .bis  spoken.      As a matter of fact the contempt     into     which      parliamentary  institutions have fallen   all   over   tlie  civilized world,   in   Great   Iji-itain. in  L'l'iince, in Austria equally ..is nnu.li  a.*,  in the United Slates and Canada, is   a  feature of the times whicli  one  would  think must strike the   most   unobservant.      One   of   the   results  or direct  legislation would be to redeem representative   government   in   the  eyes of  thu people, liy inalcinj; il.  an   effectual  instrument   for   (.'arrying   out     their  wishes, instead of a mere   screen,   behind whicli capital direct*! the   administration of  the   affairs   of   lhe   community.      As   iL   is   now   the control  possessed by the  electorate   i.s   only a  semblance     of   control,    livery    font-  years they are given a chance to   turn  out Tweedledum and put in  Tweedle-  dee.      .But   what   advantage   is   that  when the difference between   the two  has     becomej   imperceptible.       Once  either of them is elected   there   is   no   '  more- control, over   him   left   to the  people for another four   years.     Tliis  evil, which in Canada has   become   so  glaring as to be almost a byword,   the  policy'of direct leg:slation,   by   which  at   all   times   and   at   any   time   the  people   have   a   chance   to     exercise  complete control over their representatives, proposes   to   remedy.       lb   is  not only a tremendous reform in itself  hut   it   opens   tho   door wide open to  every other.      Lint   the money power  doesnot want it, the politicians do not  want   it,   papers     of     the     Colonist  type do not want it.    We.may  expect  to see lhe good old  wheeze   about it  being     incompatible      with     British  leprcseiilalivc institutions  trotted out  pretty frequently during the course of  discussion on the. .milter.    Mr.  Martin  got it off at a  public  meeting  in   this  very town ami now the Colonist deals  it out   to   the   public   as   a   pearl   of  wisdom of great price.     As a matter ���������  of fact it would  be  quite  as  much to  the point if it told us lhat, there  is  no  V:>coi,"d"-pi'eserveu"in"thtfihiiict:-!iTchirc5"-:  of ancient Nineveh of the existence of  any     such     institution      under     the  Assyrian     empire.   This     is    sacred  ground  which the  Colonist  has  made  peculiarly     its   own.     .Still     without  pretending   to   lies pass    on    another  piper's   brickyard,   lhe   liKltALli 'will  undertake lo assert thatthe argument  of incompatibility wilh  existing institutions was used with  great effect  at  iu the cnurl of Unnieses  lhe  Great  in  Kgypt  anil   was   already   hoary   wilh  imliii'iity  when   Neliuchadne'/.'/.-ir  the  king ruled oyer Kubylon.  Gold On the Clearwater.  Says the special correspondent of  the Inland .Sentinel at l.jO Mile House :  " I'arties from Clearwater district,  about 'Jtli) miles from the Forks of  Quesnel, have returned from their  season's prospecting, and are very  jubilant at their luck, bringing in  splendid results of their finds. This  loralit.v is in the same belt as the  Horsefly. The route is via Quesnel  Forks, thence to Qitesucl lake 10J  miles long lo destination."  That is of course the route used .it  present, but a glance at the map will  convince anybody of the superiority  o". the IJevulstoke ronle by the Coluinliiii and Canoe liver waterway and  thence right along the great belt of  the placer strike between Cariboo  Big Bend to Clearwater.  MADISON PARLORS.  \ruyj f&.  *S*-?l   Kf*-V  ffia _S5  f*j Misses Sheppard & Bell *g|  Sk McKenzie Avenue      OC23      rHi  &s  ._ _  m  and  Miners Wanted. o  Rock miners wanted- None but  first class men need apply. App!}- to  E. A. Bradley. Duquesne Mining Co.'s  office, Front street. fr -j*  *T  fr  fr  i t  t   fiiid a lot of Beautiful dishes *  %   " JAPAN USE,*'  have just %  ���������*   heen opened up at ������  ���������>i -4*  ������ Canada Drug & Book Co *  % REVELSTOKE. *  fr fr  * Japanese Napkins always in  *  * stock���������t^c. per  hundred,    *  ���������;    ************************  BORN.  (jAlNHit���������On :21th   inst.,  .Mrs. S. F. XV. (iainer a  to  son  .M r.  ��������� Diisinesssile lo rent near lhe opera  house.    Apply 1 iKltAl.n ollire.  .\l.   .M.    Peltipiece   ret nriii'd I'roni  I rip to ICdiiKiufon on Saturday.  Mrs. Alex. Hobson left on .Monday  for a couple of weeks visit to   C ilgary.  It. .1, Wm roil has rented the Pen  diagon, the  pioneer Cambnrne  liolel,  " ���������.Secur.i   novelties in Canadian and  national plate at How's drugstore,  I.. Sclinidor. Ihe shoeinaktir, has  removed his shop l.o the premises  recently occupied by llr. .McLean.  Choir practice in .St. Peter'* church  will be held this week nn l-'riday evening instead of Wednesday.  ���������A large and entirely new slock of  Christmas cards and calendars fur sale  at Dew's drug store.  1). C. Mackenzie of tho Vancouver  oflice. has taken charge of fhe Dominion Express Co's oflice here.  ��������� Rut your Thanksgiving turkey tomorrow nightatthe Ladies Aid supper  in the opera house.  The bishop of New Weslininsler has  signified his intention of holding a  confirmatioti here on next Tuesday.  Dec. :3rd.  Col. Turkey requests tho pleasure of  your compnny al supper tomorrow  evening at fhe opera house at fi o'clock.  50 cts. S. V. P.  The transfer of the Gertrude placer  lease on Smith Creek from XV. Cowan  to J. C. Monoher of Pittsburg h:is  been recorded.  Geo. A. Stewart Potts of Victoria,  has entered the field as government  candidate for the vacant seat in the  local legislature against I'). V. Hod*  well.  Eugene Brooks, elder of the Zionile  church in Victoria has heen sentenced  to three months for thc manslaughter  of a child hv Christian Science treatment.  A strong aniafuev cast has been  formed to present, a very amusing and  popular comedy early next ypiir for  the benefit of fhe Queen Victoria  Cottage Hospital.  F. McCarty expects the boilers for  the.s.s. Revelstoke to be in Revelstoke  tomorrow, lie does not Ihink it will  hp possible now *'to take the boat up  above tbis point.  P. Johnson, watchmanat Glacier was  in Imvn Tuesday. Mr. Johnson, who has  charge of the snow measurement al  lhat point reports (So inches up to  Yesterday morning.  The fortnightly dance of the  Quadrille Club will be held in the  Selkirk hall tliii evening, instead of  tomorrow in order to give the Presbyterian Thanksgiving supper a clear  field.  J.    Balfour,    of    Lennox ville,      the  well known  agent  for   the   Canadian  . Railwav Accident Insurance.Company.  has been in  town  since   Smiilnv   and  All sorts and conditions of  men require all sons and  conditions o( medicine. We  have the very hest for each  man's need. The weather  necessitates attention to lhe  health, and many simple  remedies .there are wliich we  can give you, saving; you,  perhaps, a severe illness.  G. F. CURTIS,  The Druggist.  T.V.Y1.0K BLOCK.        -      -'        .McKenzie Ave  We have B. C. PERMANENT LOAN AND SAVINGS CO. stork for snli*  at ils par value ol -.11)11 per share, with ti premium ul ti.', per shnri:. This  ytoi'lc is now earning a perm alien I it 1 vide in I nf Kin lit percent, per nn num.  nml Is nn nhsolntclv sale Investment aulnnhlo iliciirilliinry Interest rnlei.  This Stoel: has risen from -FI00 per Shnre In Jiniiiiiry l'.-wl to $I'J3 nl lhe  present time, nml will without ilonbl he worth ?loll In one vein* from lhe  present time. The nsseis of Ihe Cotnpiiuv have increnseil from Tl'.l,7.j:!.*i:t nL  lleceniher 31st, 1S1IS, to ovei*?*IUU,(>Ou.o(i nl lhc present time.  Also CLASS C Acc.niiiiilnlivo Stock������������������fill per inontli invcslcil in lhis  Stock will he worth flaUll.tlli In eight yenrs. Figure out your prulil for  yourself.  gave St.  Peter's  choir some  valuable  assistance on Sunday evening.  Tlie complete census returns give the  province of Manitoba a population of  25-I.30S and the organized tetritnries of  tin** Northwest 1"*0,"2IS. as follows:  .-Mbert-i Oo.OaJ. Assiniboia (i7.il.Vl. Saskatchewan '2T),lYi'2.  Messrs. Sibbald A: Pield. ('. P. W.  lownsite agents, have made the sale  of lhe lot on McKenzie Ave. between  the Taylor block and Iteiil -fc Vnutig's  store to mi investor, who intends  erecting a business block on it netl.  spring.  Persons, living in rented house*!, who  are not. property owners in the city,  must if they wish to vole af the  coming municipal election register  lheir names with the city clerk on or  before Dec. 1st next. Rent fn the  amount of ������00 per anum must he being  paid to qualify for a vote.  The date of thn sale of work and  entertainment to be given next month  hy the Talent Society of St. Peter's  church has been altered to Dec. 12th.  The afrn.il* will ho held in the opera  house. In addition to the sah:of work  and a good programme, refreshments  will be served.  A Calgary firm is putting a brilliant  idea into practii e They have put on  view two fine dolls dre������sr*d in s-il k  which are to be given lo Ihe two little  girls ohtaining the biggest number of  votes from their friends between now  and Dec. 23rd. Kvery 2.V. &pent. in Oust ore gives one vote.  Vesterday. J. O. Bradley, Gus lied*  strorn and seven men left for the Blue  Jay on Smith Creek in a new York  boat built by G. Nagle and named the  Horsefly. They also had a canoe with  them. Mr. Bradley will superintend  the deep reining' operations on the  property.  The Sandon Paysfreak says the  machinery for the McCrossnn smelter,  which is to bu built at Kerguvon is  being hauled up (he road to that  placo. It is to be a .'lO-foii stack, and  the builders say that they will give a  l'ittclo the l.ardeau producers that  will save, all of tho long haul freight  charges.  Five car loads of tiie machinery of  the Lanark concenlr.ilor have been  received at the Payne mine and it is  expected that lhe work of ie erecting  the plant will be coininenced early  this week. All fold tliere will be 200  Lous of lumber and ijO Ions of machinery lobe transported before the  entire plant will have been removed.  Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day.  Service is announced iu the jMothodisL  church at 11 a. m. It is of course a  stal utory holiday and banks, offices  and all places of business will be  closed. The event of I.he day will be  the turkey supper to be given by tlie  1^-ulies Aid of the Presbyterian church  in the opera house, commencing at 0  p. in.  The death of Miss llniner occurred  at noon last S it unlay. The deceased  wbo was seventy years of age, resided  wilh her brother Pr. 1 Iainer on a  ranch between VV. tl. Walson's and  ES. Adair'.- firm. She was seized  willi a paralytic stroke on Tuesday of  last week. The funeral took place, on  Monday and was conducted by Kev 0.  Lndner. p.ialnr of the Methodist  church.  Manager McXaught of the Halcyon  Hot Springs Hotel was in town on  Monday. He intends to carry out his  idea of holding a convention of  journalists at Halcyon, which was  frustrated last. October by the date  clashing with the Duke's visit. Mr.  McXaught's idea i- to try and get  another meeting about the Xew Year,  so that if an association was formed it  -CO'. 1 i'i tft.k���������** --iiltrrtirtX ittr,. r.f tlto     xti-e\i-tr\^t.f\  trip lo California next year.  John F. Smith returned on Wednesday morning fioni hi**' trip U> Golden.  SI. C... to which point, he was called to  examine and report on a qunt.tity of  mica crystal-* brought out by prospector** operal ing in tin; Selkirk  range nf iin.iiiiit.iins. AVhile then: Mr.  Smith prepared and sjnv iusl.riir-t.ini]  in the preparation of tile crystals for  market. T!ie.-*i* cry-tals were secured  from llu* --iirface, and nil of a fairly  good quality, and of fair size. The  lamest piece cul ���������"> by 11 inches.**-  K.iniliiop-*- Sentim*!.  The latest venture into the Sargasso  Sea of B. ('. .journalism is the Vancouver r.edger, a novelty in its way, as  it is only to be published nncu a, week  and one day's news, ft is intended In  lill the yawning gap between Sunday  and Tuesday, which the Province's  expedient, of launching Saturday  afternoon's news with fhe date  chipped out on a, long suffering public,  has been felt to bo quite ineffective to  fill. The new paper is neatly gotten  up and supports the Horsefly sl-uri-  pedi* and parly lines in provincial  politics.  W  (11  xWn  We are offering .special   inducements  fo  purchasers  of l.ols  for tbe balance of the year.  VKHY-KASY TJSKMS OF PAYMENT.  Real Estate, Insurance & Financial Agents, Revelstoke  u  H  u  n  II,  m  w  (H  <������>  li)  AN'D  SHU TUH HAU GAINS AT  (iUY BAKBHK'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  *���������#*������������������������ ���������*r*tf'**r***tf**tf***<r*������^  NOW is the time, to "make  Your Stove Purchases. *  'Wc have a  Splendid Line of  AT RIGHT.PRICES.  Rink Arrangements.  At a meeting of the directors of llie  Revelstoke1 rink, held on Monday  evening, fhe airangtiriieiils for thp  corning season were completed. The  senior hockey club will have the use of  i.he rink three nisjlits a w������ek. on one  night from 7 to 8 and on Ihe other two  from JO to ll. The. junior hockey club  will have the use of it I wo nights ii  week, one from 7 to 8 and one from 10  t.o 11. Skating in the evening will  (iimiiience at 8 sharp and close at 10.  In the afternoons skaling will be  allowed from 3 to it. Admission JOc.  Admission and skating 25e.. nr five  tickets for one dollar.: Louis Lchlane  is to make the ice and has everything  now in shape for the first, frost, A  stove is to lie placed in the ladies'  waiting room nnd a separate entrance  rovided from tH'cir room on to the ice,  A full Line of  Hardware and Paints  ...    _are.al sp__J _n__s tock-, ^ ._  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  I  ���������fr  ���������h  fr  fr  fr  t  fr  fr  fr  fr  X*  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ��������� fr  fr  fr  ft  SIBBALD & FIELD,  '-Ai'a-EIsrTS   FOE'  REAL ESTATE��������� !^...^Sf  C������1W 4 MPT AT     I Canada Pei'iiiancnl A Western  rllNAlM.lAI -*.       Cimnilii Moi*tgiii;e Corporation.  .    x iiiuuuuiL!   I ..unliable vnviiiK-t Lonn mul liull.lint. Association  INSURANCE!  [jgE  OOAL. FOR SALE,  Imperial Flre.      fitiardlnn Flre.   .  Mercantile I''ire.  Ciiimdiiiii Kire.       lliilciltinlaii 1'ire.  CoiH'ccteriUliul Life.      Alius Kire.    '  .HOUSES FOlt SALE AND KENT.  Add^������������_ReveIstoke B. C.  in  You will find in our Tailor Shop a    ,  __ vcry elaborate  variety . of  Fall  and  &y Winter   Suitings, and    you'll   lind  workmen who arc competent to make up any of these  Suitings exactly lo your liking.. We do. not" employ  cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods that could  possibly'depreciate our excellent reputation. We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes'when  price is the sole consideration, but when style ancl fit  and wear-arc duly considered, we can and no compete  with all rc<tdy-made.goods, and all other tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  0".   IB.   O^ESS^EA.lsr, ���������������aa^  The   Aq Tailor,  Mackenzie Avc.  Our Stock ������f Groceries  Are, as Usual, F/as'i  antl CompletE.  NITU  BLINDS. CURTAIN POU5S. .TRfMMINGS, PICTURE .MOULDS,  Lie. Cabinet MiikiriR. Uholsteriiii*;, Picture Framing, Polishinir.  und all kinds of repairwork. ���������    ,  UNDERTAKING.  Collins made at n few hours' notice.    Finished in either Walnut  Cherry,  Ulack Cloth or Polished Oak. nt EASTERN PRICES.  .t-ttTHRHiE YEARS EXPERIENCE AT THE BUSINESS.*  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y  The Carmen's Schedule.  The Carmen's si hedule on the Pacific  division wliich c.ime into ell'ect on the  Ilrst of lhc month is given at length  iu the current issue of the Vancouver  Independent. Carmen employed in  yard woik receive straight time for all  time worked, nights, holidays and  and Sundays. Wrecking crews-  receive straight time while travelling  to and from the jvreck .-ind-time and a  half while actually woiking on the  wreck. Promotions to be governed  by merit, ability, aad seniority. The  rates for car insper.ti-rs at Itevel.-tuki;  are 8fi0 to SOS per month and S.Vj to  $nfl per month. Car repairer". 17 to  2f)c. per hour. Lamp cleaner SjSiV) per  month. At Nakusp, car inspector*.  $('���������0 and car repairers ijir/l per month.  Al, Nelson, cfir inspector* $70 and %('it  per month. Lending cur repairer. 21 to  'M cents, cur repairer*, I7c to 21c, car  cleaners 17c to 2l)e, coach carpen  ters 24c to 27.Jc. At Smelter Junction  Rossland and Midway, car inspectors  870 per month. Car repairers and  coach carpenters at Smelter Junction  same rate as at Nelson. At Eholt car  inspectors $05 to $70 and car repairers  $00 per month. Car cleaner at  Rossland $50 per month. At North  Bend, cur inspector $50: to $55 per  month,   When reductions in theforce*1  are necessary, men having others  dependent on lliem for support will  have the preference, seniority and  proficiency lo govern. Carmen serving  on grievance committees are not lo be  discriminated against nnd leave of  absence and transportation are to be  granted members of grievance  coinii.i(let-.s once a year during the  months of .May, .1 une or July.  Smelter Men in St. Paul.  W. II. Aldridge and J). \V. Moore of  the Trail smeller, II. E. Macdniinell,'  geni-ral freight agent of lhe Cmi-idiiin  Pacilic, W. I*'. Newell of "i lunScTby  smelter at Kin I-'raricisco, T). C. Johnson of the Everett smeller, and J..I.  Campbell of thr* Nelson smelter, left  Monday morning for St. Paul. A.s the  existing contracts run out al llie end  of the year, arid all of the sinelleis  lepresenled by tbe above mentioned  persons have been handling Koolenny  ores, it is presumed that the present  visit may have its effect, on smelting  contracts in Kootenay. All of the  smelters mentioned are operating outside of the United States smelter ti ust  and it is not unlikely thut such  arrangements v^ilWie made as will  place it out of the power of the big  smelter trust to hamper the silver-lead  mining industry of this province.���������  Nelson Tribune.  Nellie.  One of Ihe most, promising galena  propositions in tbe Fish river camp is  the Nellie, owned by the Minnesota  Mining & Development Co., of which  ,1. Ii. Mackenzie is the manager. A  lead of very high grade galena has  been struck fully 13 Teet wide and  widening with depth.   .^   Taxes will have to be paid before the  end of the month in order to obtain the  discount.  Notice;  Springs  St.   I.con  Tlie Io|]n*.vInK I.iqutir Mncnscs lmve lieen  revived Ior the Ilevulstokc I/ccn-ii! district,  viz:  11. P. It. llliioicr House, Glacier, 13 C  IMwuril      Hnrrliigtou,,   Merchants'    Hotel,  Illci'.fllcM-aet  *wnn AiuIomoii. U'lniNnr Hotel.'IIleclllcwaet  l'-,J*,.K.'rr* Arrowlu-ml Hotel, Annwlieail.  ���������. J. lolev.t like View Hotel, Arrowliead.  I hoi      Mi->miL*lit,    llnlevnii    Hot  fciiillliirillin, Ilnli-von HotSpriiiL'X.  Mlclutsl   Unuly,   St.   Leon   Hotel,  S|.rln;>.  E.J. Hudson, r.elninl Hotel, Nakusp.  John lienor, Columbia House, Nnkiisp.  riiomiis Al-rlcl.Hotel Grand. Nakusp.  I. J.I.ovelt. Ilurion Hotel, Ilnrton Citv.  Ihibc IJrtte Nock, Pioneer Hotel. Tlioinioim  I.iinding.   _  r. W. Grahame, Prospector's Exchange.  Tliom-onN Lending. .  J. A. Cameron, Hotel Queen's. Comaplix.  ��������� II. C. Macleod, Lardeau Hotel, Comaplix.  ; <-or.y Jlenhinlek,'I'cndragon   Hotel, Camborne. '   '  J. A. Grey, hva. Hotel, Camborne.  And further talse notice that the regular  ���������meeting ofthe Board of License Commissioners will be held in the Lake View Hotel,  Arrowhead, on the 16th day of December, at  the hour of eleven o'clock, 1901.  R. A. UPPER,  > ov27-ti. Chiel Licence IaspecWr,  Now is the time  to leave your orders for  Christmas Cakes  There will be on* linnd for the Holidav  'Inido a complete line of Fruit and Confectionery.  A. N. SMITH.  Medicine    ������  Whether In the form of a pre-   ^  scription, dispensed or my own  preparation, will be the product  of careful and competent labor.  Japanese  Tooth Drops  An unfailing remedy for Toothache and Neuralgia.  Prepared and sold only by  W. Bews.   Phm. B.  BROWN BLOCK.  TEL. 48.  ^I'JZZ  =23  ������-l

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