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Array IP  /<    yf  y   '^fl/~lHA.^a,<^tJ'       ;X-.d--^V'-^->'C-  JSL.  R* AiLW A V    M K N' S  UR;"NAi  Vol     V.   No    1/6  REVELSTOKE B. C.    THURSDAY,   MARCH 5, 1908  $2 OO a. Year in Ad vanee  THE STRIKE  Railway Employes Brotherhood  Make Official Statement ���������300  Men Out at Vancouver and 100  Out at Revelstoke  i-onver v* lieiievi'i" lie  di'shi*-.  lo  do so: j  und niori'iiver I In*  lliiingli   rate is mil j  ill excess ol'   lhe   eoniliiin il    Infills   lie   I  imiisi*   of   the   but    that    llo"  ("eiiernl ;  freight depart nielli of llieC. I'. I{. has'  i-siied   insl 1 111 I ions   lo     u.*-<"     I'm-   llie|  llil'uagh rale   Ihe  coiiiliiii.ition  it'  lli.'j v  loial-, if >iull I'Oiiiliioal ion \i ould inaUi* 1 ���������������������������. .  .  11 loivel* rate.      Therelore ��������� ftiiin   evei v T-,,���������     T.���������     .  ���������.      ,���������      ������������������������*���������_    j_  i.ossiiiie  point of view   i he a,i ion of j Ends   Its   Labors  on    Monday  M r. Fori est   was  eminent Iy  right ami  pnipi'i".  ���������'Ilmvever In* was discharged and  Ihe charge of fraud hailed at. him. Ian  Ihe   leal   cause0 was    lo     prceipilate  .li". ing  r  Wc arc desirous of making reductionsin our  slock so that the work of Stoclc-Taking will lie somewhat: lessened; and to that end we are marking' down  our goods to tne lowest possible point and are 'now  offering some G RE.XT l.ARG.-VINS a.s ilie foi low-  will indicate :---  Great Bargains  200  PAIRS LADIES' GENTS  and  CHILDREN'S SHOES  200  These Shoes arc all of tlie   very  best   makes and you  cannot make a mistake in   making  voi't'r purchases ai,  f      -1     .  the Cost Price Mark. . .'"''���������'      - - "*  W. G. & FL Colored Shirts  Our Entire Stock of \V. G. & R. Colored Shirts, soft  and Starched Fronts���������genuine bargains���������at  One Dollar Each  I     The   Brotherhood   of   Hailway Kui-  1 plovee.-.   of   the   C   I*. It. went "out. lilt  1 strike last* l*'rid.iy al ,;oon, when three  ! hundred clerks   !'.*!'t   th<" l'ieight trans-  ! portation  and telegrapli departments  j The l-uiulili!  arose,   according to Snpl.  Marpole. over the disni;?sal of a freight  clerk named Korro.-*!.. lor cause. ,  The    1'lr.il herhood   di-'iniinded his re-  instat'"ment.      l.*'oiiest   not, being rein-  statuil, a striUi* was orileiiril.  .Mr. Marpole says:    **Th** 17. IJ. ���������!'{. K.  is not recognized liy file  headi|iiai tens  of   the   company, aiid   its interference  with   matters  alVeoting the discipline  of ihe otliia* cannot he loloratetl."  -.Tin'", meiiiliers of  the executive 1:0111-  mil lee. have' made the following statement:  "Tin" strike which lias occurred in  i I bn mcinhec-liip of the L". Ii. It. K. in  "l 1 he city of Vancouver was forced on  I lhe iirg.-inixutinu against il-swill hy tin  I I'. I'. It. in the hone of d  i lo pievenl its becoming stronger. Xo  ��������� i-t'i|ii"-l - 01 ileni mil.-, for i ncceased pay,  i shorter hours of sorcice or cuiiditiiiii***  j dilVoring I'i-oni those hitherto in force  j wen: niaili: hy tlie brotherhood or by  l-the oivisiou in X'ancouver.  "Ollicers of the f. 1'. 1{. Iiave heen  calling menihers of 1 hi: hrollierhood  into tlieir ullices and warning them  I again.-.t cuntinuing.-i.- memher--1 le'i eof.  jTbuyh.-ive heen advised that furlhcr  j promuliDiis would be denied I hem.  j and that if they considered their own  i welfare they should leave the I*. II. It. j they did nol ill  I"., immediately.  I     *'C P. I?, deled ivos,   including   one  J M.-Donald. weie placed on the track of  liuuli.c with the U. f>. I{. K.'.uul crash I  I he orgaui'/. it ion if possible.  ������������������I'ollowiiig this David 1111 lies. jr..  business agent I'm Division No. !I7. t".  1:1. It. I". .at llei-elsloke.was difchaigi d  without sullicient cause, and not on'y  has .iiliinuliiiiL evidence thus heen I'm",  nisbeil of the iuleiilioii of the (J. I'. It.  toilcstroy this-'lii'iiihi-rbood hut 1 In*  nlliiers ill' lhe ('. I'. It. have staled  plainlv t hat I hey will speiul a million  dollars lo destroy I ne U. B.U.I'.'.  hecause the plan of or.;aniv.al ion i-*  laid on a foundation so lit >wni and deep  thnt I bey are iiinvilling I lial it shall  gain a footing in ('.'inada.  "There being no possilil*; hope of an  amicahle settlemeut wilh a management whose open and avowed policy  is the desliui'l ion ol Ihis organization  it has pursued lhe only 0:111*1* open lo  it, that is to sny, al'ler-IS hours* notice,  lhe members 'of lhe clerical depart ���������  inent of t he < ���������* I'. U . connected witli  lhe l". H. It. 10. have ceased serving  I hit ( mi 1 puny, and earnestly appeal lo  .ill union men in Vancouver aud  llriti-b t'oiiiiiibi.-i lo support their .pel  en use. which is merely  lo preserve Ihe  iiecc.ssita','.: .Mr. .1. I!. II.*!***   Ills   I'I'MIII       :"ii       t'< I'lMll "llll"  giounds of i>t iI i-11 < 'oliiiiiliiii,"  of t hose "*l ( Virihiiiiaud A! I in.  The I'olliuviiig 11 solution 10 lie  laiuir pi'nlilcio as it allirl- tic mining  industry was iinauiuioii*>l\''caiTii<d *��������� '  id'solvetl.    That   the government of  llritish    (', lumhia    be   and    is hereby  reijiies'eil in foiihwith appoint .1 commission ..I' I luce members, whose duty  il    .-.'hall    I' ���������    to   examine   Its    I'nily-a-  .possible .iiii-o  the. existing tylntiuus of  employer  and   eniployee   eugaged    iu  the mining   indust l-yin Vhf-* I'd-ovincc.  and to gatli.-r. ilala m/i-fbe i|'iu**t!oii-oi'  capiUd   and   labor   therein en 1 ployed:  said .tyiinmission   io  meantime he re  gardeil a..-  a  conciliation board iiv'.i'ny  mining lit'bortroubles that may occur,  wilh   11   view   In'   the  settlement .and'  prcveut.ior-of such trade ilisl,iub.H!".-.es*  ..                  The   following   are   olllcers   nf .ihe!  early   piirt   ol   this   week.    Some..?*.<I i-HHUsli  Cobunhia   .Mining Association j  delegates were in attendani.e in person :. for the ensuing vein:: '���������* '"'.' ���������  and succeeded   in   forming an .-i'-isocia-j     President. ioliu  Keen. Kaslo. ' i  upon broad   and    patriotic   lines Nvith    ���������   '���������ir!it A'ic',"l>lvsi'U'nl-;l'   "��������� ������*'>������-"������*  the sole object  of advancing the mining interests  of   this province'.    '1'ljei  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  Alter Successful Meeting���������W.  M. Brown Elected a Member  of the Executive.  The largest and most representative  convention of those interested directly ,  or indirectly in the mining industry of ���������  British f'ohuiibia met in Ibe city of'  Vicloiia on Wednesday nf last, week !_  and   continued   in   session   until  'I hi".  Bullion  .   Second   Vice  Victo  .    1 union   principle, or I he right of   these  ��������� loving it. j men lo liecoiue anil   leiuain    ineiulier.*,  of   Ibe   r.rgiiniziilion which they have  selecteil." ,.  Victoi-.i.'i.  .Mni'Stou   Williams,  l'residel,lt - I). \V  lias never been -seen 'in  this  proviilci." | Klilf'' v ll'1;'''!'"" '   .  so   large   a   convention     working;,so J . ^^SUl^'J': \VA?���������\  liarmoiiiously as the one that hiis just ] \r:  7",".. .  closed its  labors a I Victoria! ��������� A'fnul-       "������������������-��������� ii.-i. '.'.,'.,'  fluid".*, of   varied   interests    I'i-bni -all j   ' l.^iMirorv,A,J..li.   I* raser. ..*-..���������...  sections  of  the   provini.e... wero repre-j ���������",J'.I>*- . ������������������ .       ,  sented  aud   each delegale dirceled hi������ '     A"  l'***<*,"'>H'Ve. cons.s. ,ng  ot   f,l  11 ig-  V.ic  ecu  .���������IVorts to the promotion of the general '���������*-'" '���������'S'-'djitive imnmg men ol vani.u;  good of British Columbia. Tlio labor l'*i'-l:s ",!', '"' l"'"v'������^'������"������s "I-**1' *''PP<'UH  interests,   represented   l,v     delegates ]'''.  :1's ' \'',���������'."*: ,',, ,        =  chosen hy representative'labor bodies. !:'-'i'.'^J (.*'buers and lyospectorsl.  were,   working   band  in hand wil li all  other  inleresls,   the   result being I hat  A Few Pairs of Ladies' and Children's 'Leggings at  Cost. Only a few left for choice.' Call as soon as  possible, while they are in stock.  Ladies' and Children's Woollen and Cashmere Hose,  a large sioek to chose from at Bargain- Sate Prices.  FEDORA HATS  Made by Rowlock and Christy, two..of .the. best. Mat  Makers in the world to-day. ./I'licse Hats are all'for  sale at Margain Prices,,..  GROCERIES AND  ..We lead in this line.   'Our importation's are large and  always the best thc market offers.  ONTARIO APPLES-rA large shipment, including  the famous Northern Spys, Russets,\: Kings, jitul  Greenings. ������������������:;���������..���������:  "wi- -.-.    rj;  The Celebrated Bear Brand of Hggs.    Hay, Oats, Bran and Shorts always in stock.  *���������/  c.  ume  ^      and Company.  Gbod's delivered lo all parts of City.     Tki.kimioxi-   No. Si  j IL-iinlil V. Poore, the general organizer  I ol the U. 13. K. I-:.. who left Vancouver  on .Ian. 1. under insl rncl ions fiom Ilie*  brotherhood to work through to tin*  Atlantic coast. These deleetives  and followed bis every niovemei.t; and  did all in their power to dishearten  bim and cause bim to turn back.  ���������They at first ott'ered him, on behalf  of the 0. P. It., pieferment and all  kinds of concessions, provided that he  would abanden tlie work of organizing  for the U. B. I?. 15.. and at the same  time advised him that his work would  be made as difficult as possible, and  every hindrance thrown in his way, if  ho continued.  '���������.Statements, seemingly inspired by  Ihe C. P. It., were forwarded from  Montreal, purporting to have been  telegraphed from Winnipeg, to. the  effect that the great seven months'  strike which the V. B. It. K.bas been,  engaged in on lhe Canadian Northern  railway, was settled on the understanding that, employees of the C. N.;  It. were to withdraw from the U. B.1  H. li., when the opposite of this was  the truth, and the O. N. It. employees  ate now very rapidly joining the U. B.  H. E. at that point.  '���������The   loual   trouble,  which  had nl-  ready^bet!()Uie-iicule.iiiilniiiialed_oiiJ.be_  27th'inst.  by   the dischiuga of H. P.  Porrest, outstanding elerk in the local  freight   ofllce,   and   a   very   old   and  ! worthy   employee,   and   one   who   is  i entirely competent in  every way, and  j is so admitted by  all   who  work with  ! hiin.      lie   was advised  that   bis dis-  I charge was for the   following  reason:  j George ('   Hamilton, also a meiiiber'of  Ilia   I'. B.  It. K*.   and   a   resident   of  Winnipeg   forwarded   a   shipment of  household goods.some!inie.sdesignatcd  as  settler's ell'ects. from Winnipeg to 1  Ashcroft. "li.ri then came on here (Van-  eoiivi'i"),   and.   deciding   to   have  the  j shipment   forwarded   here,  naturally  j called at the local freight olTlce of  the  I C.  P.   H..  and  presented thi? prepaid  j shipping   receipt, which   was issued to  hint   by   the t*.  P.   H. at Winnipeg,  land   requested   that   1 lib shipment ho  ' ordered   to  Vancouver.    Mr. Forrest,  who   happened   at   the moment to be  serving at the  counter.complied with  Mr.   Hamilton's  request  by writing a  letter in  Mr.   Hitinilton's lianio to the  i agent at Ashcroft, requesting that the  S shipment, be forwarded to Vancouver.  The request was complied with by the  Ashcroft agent, and  for this Mr. Forrest   has   been   discharged,   and   the  lallegation niade.  to him by the O.P.It.  j officers   that   he   had   defrauded  the  , company by this action, owing to the  I fact .that   the   local rates on settlers'  1 effects   from   Winnipeg   to Ashcroft.  j plus the local rate thence to Vancouver  is cheaper than the through rate from  ! Winnipeg to Vancouver.  !     "Of this,   however, Mr.  Forrest had  I no knowledge, not being either a biller  nr reviser : and had he  been in possession of that knowledge, his action was  slid   proper   ami   in  accordance wilh  I established   meib.jds and practices on  ] all railways in   North America.    That  is   to   sny. when   patrons desire ship  meiils forwarded tin: local freight tlaff  invaii<ihly complies with such request.  j Tlie fact ihat the sum of the two local  j rates   happened   to   he   less  than the  through rate covering both local bauls  cannot   prevent   a   shipper  from forwarding   goods   from     Winnipeg   to  Aslui-oft. and then reshipping to Van.  .mil .M.iui'iir.ns s'I'.\ti*:mi*:.s"I'.  VaM'u1'\'i*:ii, March I.-���������.Mr. Marpole  issued a long statement on  the  strike  Monday,   in   which   be   claimed   thai  Forrest; the mail   whose  discharge  is  said to have'caused   the \strike,   was  not discharged   at.  all.   but  suspended  pending an investigation inlo   a   mistake   he   liiAili!   tin   handling    freight  that   the    U.B.It.K.'   were invited   to  itive     the   names   of   the;  employees  belonging to lhe U.B.K. 1"'. said lo have  been intimidated by  lhe  (l.P 1!.,  and  b.:    lb;  '.���������jaimed   t hat  Ihe Ulan nan led   Inches, a, [member of:  the brol lierhociil. discharge.1,  was dismissed      for    neglcit   of   dutv.      The  charge   th.it   the (J.  P.  H.   said   they  would    spend    .1     million    dollars    to  desiroy    the    U*    13.  I!.  10.  was    false;  sli*ii tin*   lno-t   1011li.1l. >;>*fiilojih   existed    wilh    all    regubirly    oig/ini/.ed  . 11111  properly conducted unions among  I heir employees and  the (,'.P.Ii.     The  strikers should not look foi*  help 'from ,  "I her unions,   but lay I heir coin plain Is |  h tote the heads (if the  roa.I   in   Aloii'  livid.. The  (7. P.-���������!{.,'   however, could  not permit.1111 warrant a hie inlerl'ereme  with the  conduct  of   the   business ef  the   company,   and   no   men     would  countenance   acts    manifestly  aimed  at discipline.  The freight, handlers, 100 strong, at.  Vancouver, went ont on TneMlay  inorniiiir.and at Kevelstoke there is  fully 100 men out in sympathy with  tbe'stiike. It is expected that (*.il*  guy, Nelson and Winnipeg will go  out in a few days. I  a large aiiioutil of  work fu the benefit  ��������� if   all    was   transacted    in   a business  way.    The repeal of Ibe -J per cent lax  011   the  gro-s    output    nf   Ihe   mines.  Ihe bolter  lille   to placer grounds and  lhe labor question   were  possibly the  most   impoi taut   questions   befure 1 lie  convention, and   were  considered and  dealt with  hy   dill'ereiil:   delegates   in  able  and   inst ruot i\ e  addressi s,   wilh  I lie I'csiill    that the couvenl ion unani  inoiisly veiled thai the governmcnt.be  asked   lo  abolish Ihe "2 per cent, lax as  unfair and unjust.     At, the same time  a resolution   wa.~ moved that the mine  owners   have   no ob.jecliou to fair and  equitable tas.'ition. and   suggested  tlie  imposing of a lax on the net prolils nf  mini*.-, in place of tin; '2 per cent ou the  gross oulpul.     111 regard to the placer  interests;a good deal of discussion look  place in conimitlee  on the question of  crown  granting of placer claims, and  il appeared  to   be lhe general opinio]'  that placer ground was entitled to the  same  coiisideiatiou   as quart/, claims.  A resolution i.'i ub.it ell'c.it was r;,!'. rio.l  almost  unanimously,  and  with other  resolutions  1 elating   fo  placer mining  was submitted to  Ilie general convention and carried wilh only a few voting  against it.  It transpired during the caucus of [  the placer mines thai, the delegates j  from Cariboo and Atlin were not  aware that rich and large alluvial  deposits of gravel existed in the Big  Bend and .South' yasL Kootenay. until  informed by .Messrs. Brown and Scott  of the llevelstok'e delegation who  brought: lo the attention of the other  delegates that, .just"as important, and  rich placer ground .was now being  worked in the. Big .Bend as in any  pnrtion   of   British   Columbia, which  ind ".Similk.i  inloops --.M._  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires.  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  Francis Fiermay lias been sonlotiiod  to ii month- in ,j ii! at Montreal. Il  was bis ."���������������������������.h sentence lor variie.s  I'll'emos.  l.'iir.adi.-iii"-furniture    manufacture! s  have decided 111 iuciease their rates tc,  retailei s ten per cent.  The big \\'a!k"*r distillery at   Wind-  ; sir. Out., is tied up by a strike:  High linn t of Toinuto has due id 1 d  i that an international li-idcs ��������� laln.r  : union cannot, lie sued iu Ontario.  I Ibury' K. Biliard. Stratford, (Int..  !'a iiiemtier ul'I lo* Hist .uui thiid Sou li  j Alric.iii 1 onlingents. blew lln: lop,  ; ids   lu-ad' ill'   u it.h a I ill.- he1.111 n d  "the   Beel   \N'.-.r  ; -Mat win. lhe  ' wife murderer,  i A pill :! I'll  Owin  M.inle,,*  will     be  Boundary,' Itosslund  uieen--I larry Seaman.  Sbii.'.'iu. Lardeau and   I  McAndieus.  Lower .Mainland t.'oast --Chris l-'olev.  \'aneouver Island ��������� B. .1. Peyi-jon.  Cariboo.   Atlin'   and     Omini'i-a -1*'.  hockreli.  Class iMMiiie Managers.-ind Owners),  Silvei. Lead a nil Copper-, Leslie, Hill.  Nelson: Filinund B. Ki'rby. llossl.-ind:  lleiirv Croft. Orni'lou I Vaucouvei  NliindL  Placer - \\".   .\J.   Brown. Ibivel.-ti'k*.*.  (*t*.-ti.-:'.k>hn ll.Tonkiu. I"'ern.ie-  Class :: (SineUors).  II'. C. Bellinger. A. .1.. (.'c.ilejl. AV.   II.  Aldridge, .1.  J. Campbell. A. C. Flam-  erfeh.' . ... ..  (Jlassl (Busini'ssaiul l':*iil'i*-siiin.-il^ii-ii'* Falkland    i  S.   S.   Tnvlor.    ICC.   Nelson: A: C."  Call. Hossl.-i'nd:   A.   !���������*. ' I louse. Niiola:,  C.   Suecney,   Wmeouver: L. \V. Sbat-       .L.L lldlai  ford. I'"airv!ew. "'    '       '     *,   ,    ..       ,  Class.-. (Fai mors and Ol hor-). i-iiloU   tor   1  Wo'.ley.. Vaneoiiver l.-liin:l: Holland,   yesteitiay.  (,'arilioo: Bilwoi th. Okaiiagiin: M'cLeiin.  Viiiicoiivf 1:    Lehman.     Ashciol't   .-ind I     A lli^-.isii tn  K:iml|iOp.-:4 .   . . I'rtr-d    f':  In   the next  issue the II,*:i:.\i.n will |        .''.      .    .  publish the   resi-luli.,1"  adopted hy the. hi'tifujitioii**,'.-it Aden. Ainhi.i  convention    in   reference    to      ])lacei J  *!'  lery.     Que .  hanged    1*11  to M-art iiy *.,(' labor in tin  Dominion tin- C.iu.'idi.wi .Matiiifact in-  ing Association is being urged :,  request lb" I ><im:nioii goveinii.'i-ul ..  abolish "1 in* diiy I he Ail, n 1 i'ioi ,u I  ���������vliit b will ,u'iri,*t 1 f I in* inijitii t.it ion ul  men Mem 1 !',<��������� I'liil -*i ."M i!es.  The >i\- se.iiiiu* -.. bmim 1 - f 10111    Vu-  toiia. B.C.. h.ml lug "fV C ip ��������� 110111 and  i:ul-    111    11  iki'ig    1   It  \  (afth.  d l'i.  urope  li 1 1 -ill lugluit'ssv  from   New    V01U  ineer  -���������isipti'ig  ia.-   been   ane*-*-  .-.  ; nter I Sri I isll  uiniin.L  Uncle Tom's Cabin.    .,.,  l.'iule Tiun's Cabin was 1 epiodn; ed  la-5t night in thje nppi'n. bouse, by the  iMcPhee Wilson Co. to ii very ' li!ig<-  ami appreciative jiiidiejii'ce. 'it w.i.-  doelaied by those present to be by f;u  .Ihel.. -t pi-infix lion of the pl.iy"ev������i  seen in" Itevelsfoke. ������������������ Tii'night'",'tiiis  talented company will put on the old  tempera nee piny oI'"Tl"ii' Nights in .1  Bar Bijoiu,'' am! are sure of.1 binnpei-  lioiise.  -   Tile' Colonial   lcgi.sl.itui i>   of     New ���������  fouhdl-uid opens loday.  Altlimigh the. Pope is in good health  his. physician.- have imposed ciaiiph'le  rest .for a week.  Cell. Booth, of lhe .'salvation Aitny.  .while leading a midnight p.u.ide down  Broad way.New Vork. almo-i collapsed  thruugh fatigue, iind had to be carried;  into the Army's beadiiuarter--.  Invite  lhe  il  New Goods Arriving Daily  These goods have been selected hy Mr. Reid, who is on the Kaslcrn Markets  picking up Novelties as they arrive from Ine "European and  American  manufacturers.  We .'lie taking every advantage thai offers  by p.'iying Spot Cash and get tint  Discounts. ���������: -.���������      . ��������� ���������   ���������-������������������ .. '  If good values and low prices on  up-ld-ilate goods interests-you, we certainly  have your trade.  Millinery Department  Having determined lo spare neither pains of expense in securing a First-Class  and competent person for that position, we have much pleasure in saying that we have  engaged Miss Riddell from Toledo, Ohio, who has had ehaige of one of the best positions  in that City.     Wc expect to have this Department ready for business about tlie 12th inst*  You can depend upon "the usual  low pt'ices-"'and   Latesi  Styles.  We invile everybody tn inspect our New Spring Goods. ......  I Dealers in  FIRST-CLASS  E  oung  MAIL ORDERS   GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY  OR  MONEY  REFUNDED.  flour, Feed  Mlttfy.  famous Stoves  Tinware, f gteware  Heavy and  : jM Hardware  Stores at  Revelstoke  Nakusp  New Denver.  iV^T Revelstoke Herald and  Railway Men's Journal  1'iiMUbol Bv  The F'velstoke Herald Publishing Co  Limiita Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  1-Mllor ������n*l Munijer.  AtiVrJtll-ilK'l  llATFJ.  I' -''.m ������<!*..II.>i |wr IncU: kIiikIi" column.  i* jit mil wlu-ii linvrti'il on Ulk" ",������n*-*  i. *<."nl ml*.,'.irviili pit Inob t*i(iti|.������rit*ll llni"  ' : .'. v1 hi-criliiii: it*,'Mills tor ������������i'h mUliU(in**l  ,'. ��������� rn..11. l.o<*al iiotlri*** lucent* |mr liu,*,*������,*li  i ���������:.**. M*������i, Marria*,*<> and IimkiIi Null-.-**-*  ir ������������������..  sniscmmo.'.'iJiAi re,  ''y**.������ilor i*������irlvr I." (*IT annum; ll.J.'i fur  ��������� i* ji   mil**, ���������irU'lly I it ��������� i|v������iii*t".  fjT'K JftK IilTARTSinNT.  I *iim .if tin* 1m"������i "."ijiii|"|ii"il prliitltirollict**, in  i,, v., -i n ml i,rt*|������ri>il to ruci'iue all kind** nf  /��������� ..'il Hit :'n iirstrlns- Myle at liont'-u price*.  "ik* i r.r*.- tuall. Nn Jnli too largi'���������nont* too  .in-ill - f**r ii*. Mall iirilcrK pr������ni|<tlv ������lieu*le*1  U".   ���������. i v*.* u      ' '   '    ~~ ~ . - i--  LEGAL  t  K MA1STU1-* ,".- SCIVIT.  Ilni'TiKiori*. Snllvltiirs. lite.  Kevelsli.ke, II. (.:.  .1. M.Srnli, il..V.,!.l..lt.   W. ile ,'.le MiiiMiv, M. \  J^AKVKY, JI'CAItTK'l A I'INKIIAM  llimiMer**   Solicitors, Kir.  Solli."llor*i for Iiiiiier.Hl Hunk ul Oiitniilu.  <N>llt|lllll.V   fllllll.l llllllHII   nth |n*ri*l*lll.  h'myr MiKKKr, Kevi-lstuliv II* e.  SOCIETIES.  ��������� n trial "ii your next order.  10 COKIIRSrOMlKNTa.  w������. invite correspondence on any Milijeel  :������������������ i.iL.i-c-i to the Keiu-ral public, lu all cases  in.* n,tin liitcname (if tlie writer mitat accoui-  |.hh* iiii-tin^eript, but not nece.siinrily for  publication.  A.Mre-** i-H comniiuiicatiqns to tlie Manager  .NOTICE 10 IIIKKKSKINIIKNTS.  1.-AI1 correspoit'letice must be legibly  ������ rit:*-*n on one *>i'!fc of Ibe paper only.  -.'.���������i'.irre-!*j*rm<ieno<* containing ktsoiikI  nmiier iiiu.-t be sigtieii with the proper name  '���������'tbe writer.  the right, nni'l left uf tin* picture.  1,'loiiils Hi'tit 1������>k thruunli thc iii'usty  atmosphere, g-tvt" a ple-ising variety ol  color and value by the shudows which  l hey fart upon the liuulscjipt*.  The pictures of \V, W'uWon nre sel  doui seen iu"rxbiliitiuu I'ur the reiinou  tbut   his  tiiiccet-M   in   Ihe   pinnting of  iinhmilii   bus   been   mi   grout thnt  for  iiniuy yeiUM his work   1ms   been   pin*  chiued befoVe  it   left   his   t-Hsel.      lie I  rarely p.iin'lK luori* tluiti tine.'oi I'imii '  piciures ti year and   nil   are  executed |  ' wit h the completeness nnd painstaking  iit'.entiun tn det.iil   sIiuhii   in   "Hijjl.-  land t.*altie."'  Pecularitics of the Southerners'  Dialect  The   Southerner   li'is   a   soft    long  di'Hwn   out.   tone  of   voice thnt has a  musical sound.    A well known chiiinc-  tei* hi Ihe Northern and Ww   EnirlimTl ! n^Kci1. Rosc,I'eK.1"*'<! nieot-i sueniiit ..nil fourth  lei in ine itr-imein aim .���������*.<.���������.*.    i.n^i.iiiu   Tu^jgyg 0ft.ttl,h month; White Hose livcrve  States is Mr. .luhii T. Hali'ii'k of  I'iiu ���������     "  hlutf,  North  Carolina,   who  has   for  OLDFIELDS  POSSI  TIES..  Tui.-ifcsL-AV. Ma licit .">. 1(.KJ������.  Liberals and Temperance  I'rohibition has received iiiany   hard  kicks I'jo'ii   the   Liberal   purty. yet in  every     election     Liberal    candidates  ap;ie.*il for the .support nf  t hit   temperance,   vote.      And   io   many cases the  li lit   is   swallowed   by   Ihe    trustm"  prohibitionist.    The Ontario   Iteferen  iinin   is   declared   a   failure   with   an  overwhelming majority tit the buck of  l em per.nice.   Tbe Dominion plebiscite  w������  inietly ignored.     The  liar at, the  lb*ii-*e of ('illinium*, wbicbSir Wilfrid  l.-iitrier ordered closed   for   one  -year,  still dues business   at   the   old   st-and.  .Moreover   the importation of braiidy,  whiskey, gin   and   wines'   has  almost  doubled   since   18HU.      The    following  ret arils,   taken    from   tin**   nport  ol  Trade   and   ('oiiiiiierce for UH.fi, panes  H<>'. lWi. 2iX)and rill, **lio>v   bow ftreai  has   been   the   growth   of   the liquor  trade    under    the   auspices   ������f   Hon.  Sidney    Fisher   and    bis     prohibition  Associate**:  . Value.  1S07 .$I.&)7.i*i<*>  I SOS    .....   1,467,41.*.)  1SU3    1.820.548  IfXJO .....       l,tt*3.5l������l  ItiOl    2.166.0WI  VMi    2,140,270  k i< not pro|>oseil to discuss the pros  ond cons of ihe temperance question  in this article. We simply point out  to the temperance friends of the  Liberal, government' how basely they  have been betrayed by their leaders.  In l.-S>0. the lust year of Conservativt  l ule. our importations of spirituous  Iii|uoi-s amounted to only-Sl,HW,157.  The prohibitionist may draw his owr  conclusions ai to how hi? interests m-i  being safeguarded under tbe present  regime.  years represented the great Seaboard  Air  Line Railway,  and   b.i.s induied  many people from the North to locate  on that line of road.     Mr. Patrick has  many   friends   North who are always  glad to  see   biiti, but   sometimes   get  confused   as   well   us interested ul his  expressions and   prononnciations.     If  he wants you to meet hiin at his hotel  and take   lnn< h   be   will   say. "t.'on.e  around to the Parker House thisevci -  ing.".     Evening   with    him    and    all  SiMithernei*  is between 12 o'clock and  sundown.'   In  pronouncing���������U'meoid.  N. II., it   takes   him   three   times   a  long as it does a New Knglander.     II  says  (.'on-r-o-rd   with  st  musical ring  to the cord, and Ibe same in pronoun"*  ing such words as length,.strength and  woman.    He cannot getour Not-tlieri  ipiick, short   pronoiinciation   and   wi  do not care il be cau'l. for  bis   Sunt li  ern .way   of   talking   has  a  catchy  pleasant He*������   about  il that is interesting to his friends iu this section.  meets third Tueailsy ofencli i-narter. in Otlilfel-  tn������a Hall.   Visiline brethren well e  UK.  C"AI-'!I THKKS,  I'roslilcnt.  T. It. IIAKKI.",  Act. .Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Reeular ineetiii***- are helil iu tin.  Oildfellow'K Hull 1111 this Thlrit Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  S'lailing brethren cordially invited  A. JOHNSON. W.M  W. JOHNSTON*, Itee.-See.  If you are looking for possibilities in Estate  Speculation that will double your capital,  it will be to your interest to invest RIGHT  NOW, before the best of the properties have  been taken up.  REAL ESTATE  Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C,  MEETS   KVERY   WKIIN'ESDA Y  ���������TO   In   Oddfellows'     Hull   al  s  o'clock.     Visiting   Knights   are  eordialiv invited.  II. VAN HOli xE, C. C.  0. II. IIKUCK, K.of 11. .V; S.  ���������'       .NOTICE  NOTICK is hereby jrive.n th-.it 30 days  utter date I ..will apply to the Chief Con.-  niishionur ol" Lauds and Works lor a  special license to cut and carry away  timber from the following- described Units  id AVest Kootenay :���������  (.Ciiinincncinj; at a post planted on tin-  south bank: of Goldrstreain, about thtei'  and a hall'.iniles up .stream from die mould  01 .French Creek and marked K. C. Man-  iiinj"'s 'south-west corner post; thence  north 80 chains, thence east 80 chain-*:  tbence south 80 chains; thence west ISu  chains to the point of commencement.  ; Dated this .i-ph dav of l-'cbruaiv, K)0.-..  "I". C.   M.AXNMNG.  I  CHURCHES  JIKTHOUItST CHCKC1I,  KEVKI.STOKE.  PreHcliing Merviees at 11 a. 111. and 7:110 p. tn  Class meciine ut the close ol the uioriiitin  service. Sabbath Suhool and Bible Class at :i:::u  Weekly l-raycr Meeting every Wednesday  evuniiiK at 7:311. The public are eordialiv  Invited.   Seals free  Itev C. I.ADSKit, Pastor.  ST. IMiTKH S CIICKC1I, ANIIMI.AN.  Eight a.m., Holy Eucliarisi; II n.ni,, 11111 as.  Liiahy and sermon (Holy Eucharist tir.si Sunday iu the month!; -::^������ Sunday school, or  Children's service; 7;:!ll Evensong (chortil) ami  senuon. Holy Days���������Tins Holy Eucliarisi is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or B a.m , as announced.  Holy Baptism after Sunday School at :>:ln.  C. A. I'HOI'l'MKK.    color.  AT GROUND FLOOR PRICES  Are you looking1 for Business Lots, Residential  Lots, or other Real Estate? Goldfields is the  Payroll Centre and Resident Town of the  Famous Fish River Free Milling Gold Camp,  and has a Future unequalled by any other  Town in the West.  For Terms and Particulars Write  ROGER   F.    PERRY.    Manager,   Goldfields,    B. C.  *^<X*nSB*93KeS!*SIE--:>  PHKSBYTKRUN   CltlTKCH.  Service every Suudav al II a.m. and 7:*!0 p.m.  to which all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  Up. in. every Wedncsdav.  IIBV. W. <:. caI.dkk, Pastor.  UNION HOTEL  FIRST CLASS   $2   PER  DAY  HOUSE  Choice Brands of Winee, Liquors  and Cigars.  ���������$S* UNION *-^agr  Cigar   Factory  REVKLSTOKK.    B.C.  1  ROMAN CATHOLIC ClltllCII.  Mass   at I0:'iu a. m ,   on   lirsl,   second  and  fourth liundays in tlie mouth.  KKV.   FATIIKlt   TIIAVKK.  Move  From   Iowa   to  Canada  t-r. I'At'i. .Minn.. FeW. 28.���������The lai.il  _>i"i*kei.**" spring tever ia st;iltitig rest-  l**."-ely through llie country, aiul  i-ailwiiy c-otupjiii*.*** nre l>tii������v iimkiii*,'  ront'.-if ts fi>t hiiuliiiR -*tt*rk mid fain,  iiiipk-inciu.-f tn point" in Atli������')H������-������.  A-siiiil'iiia .-ind Munit.'hti.  'I'hf* nifneiiicnt fioin luwii to thr  t'.in^ninii M"rth"i\'e.'*t lui������ xlit-iiilv  Im*->".iii. nnd the f,"i*ti*t iu-xi-hIii** ir j������U-*iii  tu hegin.  The Minneapoli". fc St. I>mi- twlnj  hooked thirty five inovci** from 01 *  little lowii town, Lonan. Thi* |Vntj  is lioiind for .SmjkHtnon in the S.iiikul*  rhewan vallev.  Some '.i.('*i emijirantf from I own tc  Ihe Ciinndian 1101 th".v������si have lu*fi  Imokfd for starting insid** of I liii-l >  days.  All the Anierii'.iiis JfoinK '���������<������ t-*-**ri������t<I.-*  rtic- apparently well to do.  Highland Cattle  The ahnve it- tlie title of the painting  rrpii'diiclion prei*enti-d hy the Fr-*"i������  rip.-.-*, \Vinnip������K* tniht* I'cAder** "f ''*  \vi*������*kly for the month of Fehrunry.  The rough, shaggy coated rattli' of I In  .Scottish Highlands, ������o different from  tlie animal- of our Canadian Norl h-  ���������vvi-sl. are mlniiriihly depiit������*d in thi."  i/xcellrlil copy of Watt-nn's ctfli"hr.ited  painting. The animali tn-i* nrotip������'d in  tin* foreground and have the form of  nn irregular pyramid with the leader  of the herd, a pic-turt-Mjuc figure; at  the apex, and this it-> agreeably bal*  |ini-e,l  hy  the   monies of nioiintiiint- to  JSTOTIOE  NOTICE is hereby given that .io days I  after date I will apply to the Chief Con:- j  missioner. of Lands and Works for a |  special license to cut and carry avw.y 1  timber frorii the following described lamt- j  in West Kootenay : |  Commencing al a post planted on ine 1  west side ol the Columbia river, about!  half a mile IVoin the river and about two j  miles above Death Rapids, marked A. SI. |  Nelson's north-east corner post; tlience ���������  west 40 chains; thence south 160 chain-: I  thence east 40 chains; thence north 160 |  chains to the point ot* commencement. j  Dated this 27th dav of Februarv, 1903.  '   A. M. NELSON'.  SALVATION   A ll.MV.  -.Meeting every night ill their  Hall on  Front  Street.  J. LAUQHTON, Prep.  First   .  "-Street.-  H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST,  DEER HF.ADS, BIRDS. Etc. MOL'.V I'ED,  Furs Cleaned and Pe.-aired.  JUST EAST OF   PRF.SBYTEP.JA>"   CHURCH  Third Street.  GOTO THE  REVKLSTOKE DAIRY  FOR  Pure Milk  J. G. McCallum  PROPRIETOR.  4-H.+4.*4.4-<.4.<-H-4*-l*+"i-H -H-M-t **  " PELLEW-HARVEY, jf  BRYANT & GiLMAN I  ,   Mining Engineers ^  and As.sayers,  VANCOUVER, B.C.      Established ISM  CLEARANCE  SALE OF  Furnit  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  HOTICB  NOTICK is hereby given thai 30 day-  all er date 1 will apply to the Chief Commissioner ot" Lands and Works lor a  special license lo cut and carry away  timber from the lollowiuK'described lands  ���������iis-AVesuKootaiiiyj^.^^^.^^^^^^^^  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Rovtl School of Mines, London. S������T������n yenr.'. i  kt 'Mart*. Works. Swansea. 17 years Chief;  Chemist to Wigan Coal and Iron Oo., Eng. ;  Late l.hemiiit and Assayer, Hall Mines. I.t't. '  ClAitn.s examine*! ana reported i];**-jn. '                                           Ferguson. B.C. '������������������  Jas. I. Woodrow  Couiineiicint; at a po.-t planted on tho 1  W������->������i blink of th." Columbia river at , Ihe I  -oulh-tra-l corner of John Nelson'- ranche, ]  and marked A. Kdward- north-east |  corner post: thencr we.-t So chain-:]  thence -outh Ko chains; thence ea-i So ]  chain-: thence north So chains 10 the :  point of commencement. !  Dated this ->7tli dav of Kebniai-v. n>o,1. ���������  A. KDWA'KDS.  NOTICK.  I    A. KIRK.  Poiuiii!  n nnd I'rovltu'ial I.an'! .-nrv<*yor.  RKVEI.STOKK, II.' .  E. MOSCROP . . .  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot   Water  And Steam Heating. Gas  Fitting  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Retail Dealer in���������  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season   A!! nr''**r". promptly filled  ':"TrnXKe-*i. R-BYBM50KB. B.������  Test-' made up to S.WlOlbs.  A speeialty imulcof eheeki.*:g Smelter  Pulps.  Siiniples from the Interior by mail or  exnress* promptly attended to.  (g     Oorrespondeiiee solieiied.  1 VANCOUVER, B. C.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords,  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Lartrc, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Pror.  i  NOTICl-l L", horehy jpven thai thirty |  day-j-afler date I intend to apply to the j  Chief Commissioner of hand- and Work-I  tor a six-rial licence to cut and cany j  aw.-iv timber from the following d������*-*:rili*"d i  land- in West Kootenay : I  Coiinnenciii^ at a po-t planted on the j  ���������.ouili bank of C'mld-I ream, aliout two and j  i halt miles upstream from the mouth of:  I'rench Cu-ek, and marked H. A. I.aiv-J  -on's north-west corner post: thenco east i  ���������io chains; thence south 80 chain-; ilieiicc  vvt'st Mo chains; I hence north Ho chain- to  point ^f commencement.  Haled Ihis 2 V'd dav of Kebruarv, |</>1.  H. A. LAWSON-  WOOD  1  W.md fursal** iil..*ln"llri'.-  Dry Cedar, Fir and Hemlock.;  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. \V. 8. Paget, Prop.  .���������'.tv of parcel*!, I>a-<g������gi", ete.  any purl of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  NOTICK.  NOTICK is hereby fciwn lh.it thirty  days alter date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for a special licence to cut and carry  away timber from the followinj; described  land's in West  Kootenay :  Comini.ncinjf at a post planted on lhe  south bank of Ooldslream, about two and  a half miles npstream from the mouth of  French creek, and marked I'. C. Manning's north-east corner post; thence  south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains;  thence north 80 chains; thence east 80  chains to point of commencement.  Dated this 23rd dav of February, n-oi.  1". C. MANNING.  All   order" left   at   **v    M.   l.M*.vr"ii-"'.-   **'  ***.'ci*iv'* prompt nueiii.{!"H.  W. FLEMING.  WHAT IS A   ItllJIK Ivrrilllt'T A  SINGER  Singer Sewing Machines  arc sold or. easy monthly  payments.  A full supply of machines  needles and attachments art-  kept for any make ol" machine on earth.  MANNING, : MACKENZIE AVE.  ItevelHtnlu*,  U. (.*.  Alt order.'* I".':, at R. M. Hinythe"* Tol-aeon  : stori* or l,y 'I elephoin; No.T will receive prompt  i atPTifion.  I   HOW ABOUT  I  THAT SUIT  Of (;iiillics yrui [irfiinisi'd  ymirseif this'PA 1.1..  Our Kill Sim k is now lln*  musi rrunplcli"  ill H. ('.  Our; l-'iincy Ootids ni*i! all  new wilh new color*-! null  I In* liitest   stripes.  Si'i* I linn liefori" lenviiiK  yn'ir iirih'i' elsi'wlicri".  R. S. WILSON,  Iwisliionulili" Tailor.  Next the Mit'iirty Itluck.  Land  Registry Act.  Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, in Block 48, in  Town of Revelstoke, B. C,  Map 636 B.  A C.KHTiKK'ATI*: of indefeasible Title to the  Mtjove property will he issiu-ii to Trunk Her-  iiarit I.ewi,*! 011 die '/Sth ilny of Keliruury. A, I)..  l'.H'.', unless in the iiieiintiiiie 11 vnlhl olijeetion  thereto he iiimte to ni*.* in Mrittnu hy 11 person  flHUniiil" itn I'stnie or interest therein or in  Kny pi.ri llicrcof.  II. I. MAt'l.KOD,  I'islrici Hi'Kistrar.  I.miil   :<ei*i*itrv   1 lliee,   Nelson,   II.   (;.. ITtli  Novem her, I'm-.'.'  [PROMPTLY SECURED!  Write for our infrrt-.-itiHjr bocks'* Invent**  or'..* Help" nti'l " Motf you are swindled **  Semi im :i roujjh sketch ������r model of jfmriti-.  veiition or im pro it men 1 nnd we will tell you.  free our opinion af, lo iilicthc-r it i������t probiibl /  imteiitnblt:. Wejectrd nppllcfitionsbaveotltit  been successfully prosecuted by us. \w  conduct fully eefninped offices in Montictil  nnd Washington : thi-sfpinlifH-s us to i.ronipt-,  lydispntcli work and quickly s* cure I'.itcn'.s  ns bro-ul ns tlie litvetuion. Ilfjihesl reft rencesj  furnished. (  Patent��������������� procured tlironjth  Mririon -it M?   ���������  rion receive special notice without charge v  over tno newspapers distributed Ihrcughou'.,  the Dominion. ��������������� (  Specialty :���������Patent business of Mannfac ,  turersand Hnpiticers. ?  MARION & MARION     [  Patent Expert-; and Solicitors     -  )n������ir~-    /   N*iv York l.lfe B'ld'it, nontrea.-r  <s!!^ZuX^!X^i ziiLv^sQiasum 2-So  Now is your time to come and riiuko vouv .solnctions in wli.-it, li'iiiiiiitiin  you i'i'(|iiiii>. We can make arraiiueiiieiits with you to IcL viiuli.u-i;  ��������� what you want. Wr<> are goinfj to make all������i-ation's lu utii* slon*. in  oitler to ftivo us a Rood ileal .more show room. You must, ii'coynixi"  the.fact that we wore the moans of enabling ynn to ifi*t. I-'UHXITUKIS  at one third the cost you previously paid lii'l'o'ri". wo stfiil'cil. Wo ii-u*,.  another large car ordered and wc want to gist our st.nrt* ready lor ft.  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IIKATKD   HY   HOT   A  UKASIl.N'AlU.l*:   1IATK  Hotel Victoria  ��������� Brown & Querin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROO.M.  imUKI.Y  8THKBT 'ciAK. BAR. WELL SUPl'LlKl)   1!Y  Till!  <'llnifl*'*3"r  MKKTH  ALL THAINB. WINEH,   LIQUOHS  AND  IMCi.MiS     .  By Royal  1848  Warrants  1901  JOHN    BEGG'S  Royal   Lochnagai;  i^f^itMt ''-,-."*'*.      ���������,.,���������  BALMORAL WHISKEY 8COJLAW!>,::���������:  '^.' " ���������-''&  By appointment to His Majesty tlie.King, 1901. ���������'^--^."V'''?'���������'���������    '  By appointment to Her Late Majesty Queen Vii-torin, 1S4S-15H0.  Revelstoke Wine & Spirit Company, Limited, Agents. ,/;,/  A Ghostly Game of Cheu.  "The  liitfi'iiatlnnal  Ilflll Ot tlie Cat*  -Miiiilfii   Is   ;i   11i;ly   palatial   chamber,  ever   so   m.iny   ii.t    brou'd   by   ever  eo    ninny    more    foel    long.      On    tti������  evenings    uf    Frltlny    unci    Satunliiy  of    last    wreli,"    s:iys    London    '"Out*  louU."    "It    wiim    divided    by    ������    Imr-  '���������'er    iii in    t\vii    unequal    parts.      In  tile    slllllller    .su.    eneh    m    llU    tinai'd,  tlio    iirltl.-h   i'hi'.->.--pliiyei'.������*    competing  :i������nlnst   tin.*   Anit-i-U-iin   olu"-������s-iil������y������i'������--  who were* nut tliere.   Thi*oii*th the* larger  l'ouiiit'd   ������  yeluftlon   of    the   cheu?  1'iililU*.   .   .   .   liiMiiio  the  IvhitIm*.  ancl  ii"M    it.   wit   Mr.   Jiimes   Mil Hon   ill   f.  t'.if.s.s-liiiiiril,   fiu-iim   u-4.    Wi* Hoem   to  li.ivt   known .Mr. .Mason ������������������m ������ tin... play*  cr these*-well, suv twenty year*,   on  thin oiiasliin he Is opposlins Mr. J. I'.  Itdi'iy   of   Anu-rloa- -who   |������   not   here;  .Mi*,   Hurry   It,    slttliiK    In  a   room   In  Uri'oklyn   three   Ihounand   miles  uw.iy,  ittiilei" the eyes uf American spectator*.  It Is easy to say that thetwo men are  voiineeted hy clecirlc telegraph; but It  is not' wise io dispose of the mystery  ami   romance  of  space   In   so   rude   a  way.   .   .   .   Uut   Mr.   Mason,  in    tills  ���������fraud International Hull, seated oppo-  site nothliiR lienor than -a man with a  hook of teluKi'iiph forms who waits im-  ��������� oiKertu-'lly for ihe move, can he play  thus  dumbly, and   in  absenee  aKaltml  -Mr.   liniT>    In   Urooklyn   and   think   II  chess?    It  is u very ghostly  business,  and   we   wonder   Mr.  Mnson   can   get  through  with  it at all.    Hut  he does,  lie is as solemn, ."is rapt In thoiiRlu. as  oblivious of all but the same as If Mr.  Harry   were   opposite   to   him   In   the  llesh. and not opposed to him only by  eleetiii* telegraph.   Clearly  to him the  play is everything:, whether the opponent's   move   comes   to   ljim   by   aotu.il  touch, by telesraph, or by .psychic suggestion.    But for our part we cannot  throw oft' a dread of the uncanny na-  inre  of    the  business.      We    reel  inclined   to  look  about  for  some  manifestation    of    Mr.   American    Barry'**  ���������spirit.     What  better  evidence    of    li  could  we have  than  the arrangement  of   these     wooden     pieces     on     thu;  wooden board?   There Is 'Mr. -Barrv���������  mosi;.eu"ec-timlly Mr.   Barry,   for  he" If  cau.slns -Mi'.' Mason to think, and think,  ���������and think:  to purse his lips In the old  familiar   way,   to   full   Into   Immovable  silences,   wherein  you   would   think ho  was revolving schemes of a new order  of creation or puzzling out the mystery  of man's origin and destiny; and Mr.  Mason is Ooing the like to him in far"  I'-i-ooklyii.    a strange and  fascinating'  pursuit is chess, strange and unprofitable.      Not    politics,   nor    fame,   nor  wealth, nor love can so engross a man.  These  objects  are   usually   compassed  by Hashes of passion, Insight, and dar-  ing:  but this slow, prolonged atruggl*  brain   against   brain,   through   the  of    pieces    of    fantastically  carved   wood,   is   pure   devotion   to *n  abstraction.    Tlie man who iv I as. who  so hems in the piece of wood called a  king   that   he   may   not   move,   gati*/  nothing,   proves    nothing,   establlshei  nothing but���������������������������checkmate.".  .Yet  when  lie accomplishes   that   he   tastes   of  a  ."���������atisraciion  deeper and  more permanent  than is accorded  to statesman or  lover,   merchant or gambler.    To  accomplish   it   he   deliberately,   and   for  very love of the doing of it, undertakes  ���������an   enormous   mental   effort,   a   thing'  which mankind in general -shims as if  it were Satan himself.    Trulv a  most  mystical business this chess.   In Paradise  you   will  find  politicians  reading  poetry,   and  poets    studying ��������� morals;  '.merchants -will be cultivating the arts,  and critics  weeping on  other people's  necks;   but  the  chess-players' will   be  playing chess.  NOTICK.  None* in hereby Riven tliui Su ilms nfter ilnti* 1  iiueml to apply tn thu Chief Odinniissinmr nf  Ijiiulsiinil \Vi.rkn for special license*" tn cut niul  i arry away limlwr from the fnllt-wlii*; ileserilieil  lmiilii in Went Kontiimy itl-tiicl ������������������  1. IVinnieiiclnt.'at n p.,st jiliniteil <ni tin* smith  lunik if (iii'ilstri'iuu, ii limit fit miles npstrt'iiiii  '-"in lim iiimilli i,( KiciK'li Crirk ami uiiiikeil "A.  . l.lllilllllllk'K smith weft eeriier pu.it." tllllli'e  mrtli tu eliiiln-,, thiiii'i*  en hi   Wi ilKiina. thence  iltll SO chains, tllellee WeM Ml chains tn lilt* point  f i*iiiiiiucni'i*tiit-iit.  'J.    <-iiliilmili'lli|! lit ������ ln,**t pliillteilell tile Si.iiUi  llHlkl'l   (ililllKlI'llllll,   Klillllt  *ttx llllll   n   lllllf   IllIK"*-*  ii|i*tii'Min (ii.iii the iiiimt It .-.f Kii'iH'li I'reek ami  'lllirkeil "A. I.. l.hlihlllirlt'iUli.lthu**-*! center )���������<���������>(."  'hence c������xt IWI chains, tlll'llie Kiilltll III rlllllli-*.  tlience wentHill chains, thence lleith HI .till It).- tu  ;ullit ef ci'tmiit'ticeinelil.  Ilulcil this -Hth ilny of Kelimmy, lUKH.  A. I*. I.I N DM A UK.  NOTICK,  Netivx i.i hereby given thai HOilay* filler date  1 intend In apply In the I'liii f l'i<niniln-<luiii>r nf  Lint'siu-d Works fur nprclal iiceiMeH In eiiMiml  ���������arry away timber from lim fnllowiui; described  lands hi Went Kunteimy :--  1. Commencing Ht llpo.il pliliiteilnlltlle south  bunk of tinlilntrenin about four nnd il half inilen  iipKtii'itin from the. mouth of French Creek and  marked "ft. U. Brock'* mnitli-went corner pout,"  tliencn north 80 elinlna, tlience east Hi) cuitiiiM,  t'leiiee noutli ������) rhalna, tlieiire Went Hi rliaimi tn  the point of commencement.  i. t'oiuineiiclug at n lin.-*t pluuteil on the noiith  bHiik of (lolilBtredni, ulioul four and u half lulled  upatrenm from the month of French Creek anil  marked "<!. II. Brock's north-west coiner pout,  thence east 80 chains,, tlienco uoulli HO eliaitiM,  'hence wrat-80 rhaiiw, Ibetice nortli SU vlmiiis to  thi* pointof coiuiuenceiiteiit.  Dated thin **ltli day of February. ItHB.  CI. 11. ltltOtlK.  NOTICE.  lake imtieu that mi days alter date i intend  o apply to ibe Chief Coiniiils������ioiier ol Lands  and Works tor a special license to cm and  carry away timber from ihe following duscrlb.  ed lan*la In West Kootenay:  CommeiieliiR at a i*osi planted one-half mile  westerly (rum the Columbia klver about one  mile above Rocky I'oini, tlience south -Id  chains, tliencewest n*fi chain**-, thence north  in ihaiiis, tbence "'list liiu chains to the point  of i-oillluelieeillellt.  I ated till-, :lrrt day of IVIiruary, Hurt.  A.  KOOAIt,  Notice.  NOTIOE.  Ntitlco Is hereby kIvuii that tin days, from  dale I will apply lo the rhlef I'oinmlssliiner (U  I.hi ils and Wnrku for a special license to cut  and carry away timber from the fnllnuini*  described taint lu West  Kootftia* :  C'limmeiiciiii; at Mary K. Saiiilcmiu's north  west cor.er posi on west luiuk of Piunsion  Creek NtMint I1 -j miles from mouth of sain  ertek and about i chains smith of tree bl ceil  on tour sides ou H. i; Moiiuee's irall, thence  south llii chain-., thence Must In elialus, ihence  north IWI chains, tlience east -Ul cliiiius lo  polm of eommenceiiient. rnuiuliiln"* ilto acres.  Halcyon, Keti, *.  MAUV K. SANIiKKfON.  li tbo party or parties who removed tho  cap from a Held glass at Watchman William  Maekle's Cabin at lhe Columbia bridge last  summer, will return thc same to A, MoKae,  l'ostmaster, they will receive ���������)*"> reward,  NOTIOE.  'thirty days after date 1 intend to apply in  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ot  Lands and Wnks for special licenses to cut  and carry away timber from the following  described lands in tbe Big Bend District of  West Kootenay:  1.   Commencing al a post planted two miles  above lhe head of   lloath  Itapiils on  Ihe west  bank of the Colombia  ltlvcr. thence toutli lt'i ;  chains, thence west  4U chains, tl.micc north I  1WI chains, thence  cast   -HKhaiiii to the place  nt beginning.  '.'. Coiiimeneing at a luist planted two inllc-  abuve tlio bead of Death llaplda on thu west  bank of the Columbia river, ihence north um  chains, thence w.isi -in chains, ihence so villi  1WI chains, thence vast -IU iihaliiH to the place  ol IWKliinlng.  Dated this loth day of .lanuary, iwni,  D, MO HO AX.  of  medium  NOTICK.  Notice la hereby given that MO days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commlsainner of  Lauds and Works for special license*, tn cut nnd  carry away timlier from the following described  lands in West Kootenay :���������  1. Commencing at a post planted ou the south  bankof (.loUi-ttretim, about two and a half mile**  upstream from the mouth of French Creek anil  marked "A. K, JeHiop'a south-weat corner post,"  thence north HO chalus, thence east go elialus,  thence aouth 80 chains, thence west 60 chains to  the point of commencement.  i. Couiintiucing at, a post pliiuted on the south  bankof Clold stream, about two andn half miles  up stream from tbe mouth of French Creek anil  marked "*A. K. .leaaop's atiuth-eaat corner post."  thence noitb 80 chains, tlience west tit) chains,  thence south so chains, thence east SO chains to  tbe point of commencement.  Dated this-i'Jnl day of February, 1������(������.  A. K. .IKSSOP.  NOTICE.  Notice Ishcrtiby given that :'-udays from date  I will apply to the i lnef Couimissioner of  Lands and Works for a special license to cut  niul carry away Umber from the following  described lands In West Kootenay .  Commencing at ndrew St. SsymoiiH north  east corner pust tihotu '."U chains noith of thc  south v,*-.-l corner of Lot WI, tiroupl, Kootenay, ihence south ,sn chains, thence west UO  chains, ineiicc liorili 80 chains, ihence oast 8u  chains io point of commencement, containing  tun acres, and  "���������".Commencing at endrew'M. Symons north  east comer post planted on the west alone of  Pltigston Creek Valley about -p." miles from  mouth of said creek and about -10 chains  westerly from tree blazed on four sides on R.  U. -Mounce's trail, ihence west40chains, thence  south liiu chains, iheuce east -tochains, thence  north 100 chains to point of commencement,  lontalnlngC'ii acres.  Hale- ou, Feb. Till, 19C3.  ASDJEW M. SYMOXS.  NOTIOE.  Take notice that thirty days after dale I  Intend lo apply to thc Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a, special license to cut,  and carry away timber irom the following  described lands:  Ccnuneuelng at a post planted ou the went  Hide of Downlu Creek, about 100 yards aouth of  Thomas Meredith's south west corner post, and  ���������narked Alex. Taylor's south cast corner post,  thence west 100 chains, tbence north40 chains,  thence cast 1C0 chains, tlience south -tOchains  tn the place of commencement.  Dated this 31st,day;ol Jaauary, 190.").  AlEX. TAYI.OIt.  NOTICK.  Notice is hereby given that HO days after date 1  intend .to uppty -to  the Chief Commissioner of j  Lauds and Work* font special license to cut and |  ������������������arry away timber from the following described '  'amis in West Kootenay :���������  , Commencing at- a post planted on the w-est bank  of the Columbia. Kiver about 200 feet south of Old  Cloldstreaiu Slough nnd marked "A. Kdwards'  north-east corner post," thence west 80 cbains,  thence-south 80 chains, thence east SO chains,  thence north 1*0 chains to point of commencement.  Hated this 26th day of February, l&W.  A. KM WARDS.  NOTICE.  ���������eby gi  date I will apply to tne chief Commissioner of  L nds and Works for a special licence to cut  and carry away timber from the following  described laud in West Kootenay :  CommeticiiiR at P.. Sanderson's nortli west  corner post at the south west corner of Lot 871,  Group I, Kootenay thence east to chains.  Ihenee sout b .*"J chains, thence west SO chains,  ihence north SO chains io pointof commencement, containing 640 acres.  Halcyon, 7th Feb., liKW.  KOI.l-.ItT SASDKItSON.  NOTIOE.  Take notice that thirty days after date 1  Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a special license to cut  and carry away timber from the following  described lands:  Commencing at  bank  of Halfwa  Upper Arrow Lake, and about 10 miles from  ils mouth and marked Stewart Taylor'asouth  west comer post, thence east 160 chains, thence  ,lni    ' '  ay  Creek   St. Leon Hprlngs,  ake,.-" '-���������-������������������   Dispensing With Early Rising.  Some genius has, according to his  own ���������advertisement, invented' an apparatus to dispense with getting up  so early in winter time to set the  kettle boiling. As far as we understand it, you fix the new invention  on your clock, and at the hour required  it starts a fire under a kettle of water. As soon as the water bolls a hell,  rings, and you wake up. This Is not  the sort of thing that takes the cake;  it simply grabs It. '  We once saw a remarkable invention  of this nature in Sheffield.   It consisted  of a small,  but -powerfully 'built bedstead  which  had  an  ingenious clock-;  work  arrangement    attached,  aa   you!  would  expect,   to   the   ticking or the  mattress,    jn   the  morning  a  phono-'  graph-got   up   from   under   the ..bed,!  =^.walked���������!'Oiind~to-^your-=sldei=and=������an-i  nou need  It  was  seven o'clock.    After  .giving you  two minutes to reply,  one,  of the hands of the clock reached up':  and  pulled  your ear playfully.    These  were just preliminaries so to speak.   If  you didn't move then, the patent bed  began business.   It got up on Its hind  legs and inn downstairs with you Inside It till It got to the garden, where  you   were   shot  Into  a.   modest  little  lieap under the pump.   By a clever arrangement of  the  process  of suction  you were drawn up to the mouth and  a  refreshing  stream    ot    cold , water  ��������� trawled down your back.   If this didn't  wake  you,   you   had   to  wait  tor Gabriel's trumpet.  . As a matter of fact, the Inventor explained, it did wake most people. But  in case you were too sleepy to collect  .your thoughts Into fitting shape, 'by  .���������pressing* a little knob In one of the  blankets, a second phonograph would  grind out a little appropriate profanity to ease your feelings. The Invention  in patented; and when It Is put on, the  market It will beat all the spring mattresses going, as it does for summer,  autumn and winter as well.���������"PIck-Me-  Vp." ,  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby uiven that 3D days after date 1  intend .to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Uuicl.-i and Works for a special license to cut and  cairy away timber from the ,following described  lands in West Kootenay :���������  Commencing at a post planted on the west side  of the Columbia Kiver, about half a mile from the  NOTICE.  yolk'*.* is hereby given that .Hi days from  date 1 will apply lo the Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and Works for a special license to cut  and carry sway limber from the'following  described lands in West Kooteuay:  Coinmehcini; at CM. Symons northwest  corner post situated about 40 chains westerly  from a tree blazed un four sides on K (i  Mounce's. Irall on the west side, and numt 4'.;  miles from the month of PUiKston Creek",  Ihence east 40 chains, thence south ltw chains,  ihence west 40 cbains, ihence north 1C0 chains  lo point of commencement, containing i>-10  acres, j  Halcyon, Feb. 7th, isms.  CM. SYilOSS.  north 40 chains, ihence went 160 chains, thence  south -m chains to the place of commencement.  Dated the 6th day of February, 1903.  STEWART TAYLOR.  NOTICE.  Take notice that thirty days after date I  intdnd to apply to Hie Chief Commissioner of  Lauds .and Works for a special license to cut  and carry away timber from the following  described lands: '..:'  Commencineat a post planted on tbenerth  bank of Hallway Creek, St. Leou Springs,  Upper Arrow Lake, about 14 miles from Its  mouth and marked A. Butler's south west  corner post, thenceteast 100 chains, thence  soiuli 40 chain', tbence west lttr.ebains, tbence  north 40. chains to thc place of commence-  in*: at.  Dated the 7th day of February, 190s.  A, UUTLEK.  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  river and about two miles above Death Rapids  marked \'A. M. Nelson's south-west corner post,'  tbence  north. 40 - chains, thence   west 1B0 chains,    ,      ,       _   .,,    ,     . , ,  ,,  thence south 40 chains, thence east 180 chains tn I Lands and   Works for special licenses to cut  the point of commencement. *int���������..?a.r^_���������->';a5'..ll?!beI'..f^t,".1.  "1.cJ?,.l0,w.*1?  Thirty days after date I intend to apply to  the  Honorable  The  Chief  Commissioner  of  cement.  Dated this 2;tb day of February, KHO.  A. M. KELSON.  NOTICK.  Take notice that'thirty days after date I Intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a special license to cut and carry away  timber from the following described landa in West  Kooteuay :��������� ' . .    ,  Commencing at a post planted on the west side  of the Columbia': river.' about I mile ali-ove One  Mile creek, marked "Chas. F. landmark's northeast comer post,", thence south 80 chains, thence  west SO chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains to tbe point of commencement.  Dated this 4th day of February, 1D0.S.  '.C1IAS.  V. LIND.MARK.  described lauds iu   the  Big  Bend District of  West nootena*:  1. Commencing at a post planted about three-  quarters of a mile cast of the Columbia River  at a point about a quarter of a mile south of  thc Forks of the Smith Creek and Gold .stream  trails and marked J.Smiih'ssoutti west corner  post, thence north 160 chains, thence east 40  chains, tbence south 1C0 chains, tbence west  40 chains lo the place of beginning.  1!. Commencing at a post planted about  three-quarters ot a mile east of the Columbia  Kiver at a point about a quarterof a mile  south of the forks of the Smith Creek and  Gold Stream trails and marked J. Smith's  n<*rth west corner post, thence south 1C0  chains, thence east 40 chains, thence north  160 chains, ihence west 40 chains to the place  of beginning.  Dated tbis 15th day of January, 1903.  J. SMITH.  Take noiieu that thirty days  after date I           ....     _1)ie. ....  special license lo cut  away  timber irom the  following  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Worl     " " " '  ���������7  described lands :  and carry  Commencing at a post planted about one  mile, east ol Deep Creek and about one and a  quarter miles outh of Catena Bay, Upper  Arrow Lakes, and about ;W feet south of what  is known as .1. J..Foley's farm, and marked  .lames White's north west corner post, thence  south IG0 chains, thence east 40 cbains, thence  north 1B0 chains, thence west40chain������:to the  plac." of commencement.  Dated the ������lh day of February, 1908.  JAMES WHITE.  NOTICE.  Tate notice that thirty days after date I  Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  "     ���������'���������*���������*-       3"  described lands  Lauds and 'Works for ;a special license to cut  and carry away   timber from   thc following  NOTIOE.  Notice is hereby uiven that 3U days nfter date I  intend tu apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and Works for a special license to cut ami*  carry away timber from the following described  lands in West Kootenay :���������  Commencing at a post planted on the west side  of the Columbia River about 1 mile above Cine  Mile creek, marked "K. M. Allum's north-west  corner post," thence east 80 chains, thence aouth  60 chains, tbence west 80 chains, thence north so  chains to tlie point of commencement.  Dated this 4th day of February, tSO.1.  K. M. ALLl'M.  Commencing at a post planted 40 chains  north of the uorth bank of Halfway creek, St.  Leon Springs, Upper Arrow Lake, and about 15  miles from its mouth, and marked .lames.  White's south east corner post, thence north  i-H) cbains, thence west 80 chains, thence south  to chains, thence cast 80 chains to the place of  commencement.  Dated thc 6th day of february, 1908.  JAMES WHITE.  NOTICE.  An " Infernal" Dinner.  A tiny girl of seven gave a dinnerparty the other day, for which twelve  covers were laid, and that number of  small maidens sat down to dine. It  was a. real little girls' dinner, and the  little hostess herself presided, sitting at  the head of the table. She had.been  very anxious, In looking forward to tt,  to do everything as It should be done.  "Jlamma," she asked, "shall we say  graiio'i".' "No," said .mamma; "It will  ���������be a very Informal dinner, and I Mi Ink  you need not do that." That meant  one ceremony the less to be gone  through, and was a relief. But the little lady vviih hnxilous to have all her  guests understand It. So. as thejr>  ���������gathered about tha tubln, ������he ex.  plained: "Aliimma says that thin ia  eueh an Infernal dinner that we need  pot havo grace to-dayl"  NOTICE is hereby given that thirty  days after date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for a special licence to cut and carry  away timber from the following described  lands in West Kootenay i  . Commencing at a post planted on the  south bank of Coldstream, about eight and  a half miles upstream from the mouth of  French creek, and marked John Nelson's  north-west corner post" thence east 160  chains; .thence south 40 chains; thence  west 160 chains; thence north 40 chains to  the point of commencement.  Dated this 24th day of February, 1903.  JOHN NELSON.  For Sale  TWO Residences on McKenzic Avenue, with  modern Improvements, UJOO each on easy-  terms.  rWO-Rcsidenceion-Third^Street.^east.^verv  convenient for railway mcn,fl800 each, easy  terms.  ONK  Residence on   First Street,  east,  cash  required |M0. -ubject to mortgage.  Apply to,  HAHYEr.McCATRKP..4Pl..KH'.M  NOTICE OF MEETING.  THE CARNES CRCE.CONSOLIDATED COLD  MINIS, UmltMi Liability.  NOTICE.  Take notice that thirlv days after date I  Intend to apply to the chief Commissioner of  Lands and works for a special license to ent  and carry away timber from the following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about IS miles  from-ithe^mouth_ol^Ilalfway Creek, St. I<eon  Springs, Upper Arrow Lake and marked Btcwr  art Taylor's north west corner post, thence  ea������t 80 chains, tbence south 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence north 8(1 chains' to the  place of commencement.  Hated the tth day of February, W0.J.  STKWART TAYLOR.  l\  -ktotioie  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after date I will apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  special:license to cut and carry away  timber from the. following described land's  in West Kootenay *���������  Commencing lit a post planted on the  South Bank of Coldstream, about three  and a half miles upstream from the mouth  ol French Creek and marked E. I..  Hume's north-west corner post; ihence  east 80 chains; thence south So chains;  thence west Ho chains; thence north 80  chain*) to the point of commencement.  Dated this 74th dav of February, 1905.  K. I.. Hi.ME.  OTICE IS HKHKBV OIVKX that lbs Annual  General MeetlUK of Shareholders of the  above named. Company will lie held at the  Companv's office, at - Revelstoke, British Columbia, un the  TENTH DAY OF MARCH, 1903,  at two o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of  electing officers for the ensuing year, and; for all  other general purpo.es relating to tlie .management of the Company.  .1. M. DOYLE,  Secretary.  Tbe Priace Mining & Devel  opment Company  Limited Liability.  Kotlcc is hereby given that thc Annual  Meetins of the tbareholders of the above  named Company will tie held at the Company's office. 1 Irst Street, RevelBtoke. II. C .  on Wednesday, the Eleventh day of March, A.  D.. 1303. at the hour of two o'clock In the afternoon, for the purpose of electing officers for  the ensuing year and for all other purposes  relating 10 the management of the Company,  The Transfer Book nf the Company will be  clo*,ed during the fourteen days immediately  preceding such meeting.  Dated at RevcHtoke. II, C, ibis 20th day of  February, A. D., 1903.  .1. M. SCOTT,  ���������2ia Secretary.  NOTIOE.  Thirty days after date I Intend to apply,to  tbe Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for special licenses to cut  aud carry away timber from the following'  described lands in the Big Bend Distrlct'of  U'eBt Kootenay:  1. Commencing at a post planted 100 yards  east of tbe Nine Mile Shed on Big Bend trail  and on tbe East limit of E. L, McMahon's  timber limit, and marked George Johnson's  north west corner pott, thence - south 160"  chains, thence east -10 chains, tbence north 160  chains, thence west 40 cbains to the placeiof  beginning.  2. Commencing at a post planted 100 yards  east of the Mine Mile shed on Big Bend trail,  and on tbe east limit of E. L. McMahon's  timber limit, .and.marked George. Johnson's  south west corner post, tbence north 160  chains, thence east-10 chains, thence south ItiO  chains, thence west 40 cbains to tbe place of  beginning.  Dated this 15th day of January, 1903.  QBORQ������ JOHNSON.  THE TOWNSITE OF  ..CIRCLE CITY..  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo ���������Lots on Sale��������� 2oo  Splendid  Water   Power  G. B. BATHO,  Ferguson, B. C.  *���������**$������ i|i i|i -ft i$i ������ti 1$. i|i t$ $ &&&&$?&<&&&&*,  Do You Wont to Make Your Buainoss_Pay?  nf 'I* 'I* ���������$������"$*"*fr*$H-f������4$*<*fr  We Can Show The Road to Success     **���������*������������������������  It Pays to Buy An Atlwertislnar^Spaoe in  The Revebtoke Herald  and Rail way men's Journal  IT HAS A LARGE CIRCULATION  IT COVER'S-THE' FIELD  IT GIVES ENTIRE SATISFACTION.  SUBSCRIPTION RATE :     $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE.  Our Job Pri nting Department  Is equipped with the Latest Faces of Type, the Best of Presses and Inks, and  we guarantee Clean, Neat and Attractive Work. No Job too Large or too  Small.  We Print . . .  *~.  We Print . ..'..  Dodgers,     Posters,  ar-  Envelopes     Circulars  Streamers,   Dates  Note Heads  Pamphlets  Bill Heads Letter Meads  ~ma  Books.          Visiting Cards  Business Cards.  ���������  Stationer)- of all kinds.  First  Street. .,  '. .*t*. .-"fr. ���������'K ������*t?. *������������������������������������<% ���������'���������K *fc* ���������*^. ������*-K >���������<*��������� ���������'������������������K ���������'������������������K ������������������������ ������������������������ j������m *.������������������ .--K A* ���������4>**. .-^p. &* j������������ ��������������������������� |*^t {X* ������������������������ tfri t'tt iTi HYi t  * "i* "-X* "A" "X" TL* 'X" "-X1"+" *+' "+1'+' \f "' ���������' l4? "* *-Jt." *���������%' M' ��������� **������������������ "   Hr   -v   ���������*   ���������*   4*   4' "+" *  TIME TABLE  iS. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  NOTICE.  ||OTICE:IS HhHEIlY GIVEN that Thc 1'rcd  R Roblunou Lumber Compan*', Limited,  intend to applv to Changs the name of the  company to " llARBOK LUMBER COMPANY,  i.irultc.1."  Dated February 12th, 19M.  HARVEY Mi:("ART&K & I'lXKHAM,  Fcb-la-8in. Solicitor"! lor thc Company.  MeMahon Bros. & Company,  Limited.  Notice ia hereby elveu* that MeMahon Bros,  anil Company, Limited, intend to change ihe  name of the Company toTh* Big Bend Timber  and Trading Company, Limited.  Hated thin lUth day ot February, 190:1.  HARVEY, McCARTER A PINKHAM,  Din Solicitors lor the Company.  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Landing and Comapllx, coinineiK.-liiK October  1-ith, 1901, will sail ns lollowx, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's I.uiul!iik  and Comapllx., twlcoilaily���������10k. mill l.'ik.  Leaving Comaplix and lhomson'K I.iuxllnt'  for Arrowhead....twice daily���������7:l'ikunit I2:l.',k  Making close connections witli all C. I'. It.  Steamers and Trains.  Theowners reserve the right to change times  of nallings without notice.  The Fr*d Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  Daily  TO CAMBORNE ADD GOLDFIELDS FROM BEATON  Shortest and Host Direct Route to the  Fish  River Oold Camps.  I������;iily St.-tu..' k'i.vf-i KcMon i������r (Snid Camp* on mriral uf ,Ht*at>   Ht   1*J   ������������������VcIorK   noon,  iirrivitur at de-tinatimi that same afU'iiiooii.  Stalil-ys   MippIiiMl   with   Single,   Double,   .Saddle and Hack llor-e- and  lYei-tilii Tennis  for any part of the Uhtrtot.  ANDREW M. CRAIG,  Proprietor.  NOTICE.  Thirty dayB aiior date I intend t apply tni  thu Honorable tho Chief Coiiiniissioncr <i( ���������  Lands and Works for a special llcen-u to cut!  and carry away timber from ilie fnllnwiiiK !  described lands iu tin* ItiK llend District ot  West Kooteniy:  Commencing at a post planted (our miles  above the head of Death Knplds on liiu west  bank of the Columbia River nnd market W. J.  Cummings' south east corner post, tlience  north 160 chains, thence west 10 chains. Ihence  south 160 chains, thence east 40 chains u> the  place of beginning.  Dated this 15ih day of January, ISO;).  W. .1. CIJMMIXCV.  I HAVE IT I.  The lai-gesr. stock of tlie latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, KINGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Ete.  My many years' experience enables me to buy  gauds at the right prices, enabling rne to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  0".   O-TJY  3A.K.BER/.  WATCH KKPAIRINO A SPECIALTY. P..OTECT  YOURSELF
Y ,.o\|     .it'     -I v , i*i     . IC."- I     \\ 1 I II    A
CHAMOIS   VEST
We havo thorn to fit Men.
Ladies and Children, and
at very reasonable prices
AT
(���jiad-iDruis&Bookfo
.     Mrs. Cross leaves next   wi'i'k   nn   nn*
cxlenile.l vi-.il lu I'rii-iiils in the i-ii-I.       ;
Tin- ai.tioiiureiiiciil thnt theC. 1*. II -
tlrin.'ii;i'liu'lit liml decided to make :i j
now ilivi.-imi, which   will   extend   from
' .MniiM'in >v   West    In     l.iui;.in,    Inking
nwny   I'.imiii   l lu*  wrstiiu   ilivisinn lln*
, ilistrii I-.   umvi'i ni'il   hy Suprricleiulcnl
: ltt*ll,   ul'    .MiiiiM-j-iw,    Superintendent
Xihlnck. nf C.ilsjnry, and Superintend-
! cut      .1 ti III icsini,      of      I'liitlbl otik.      i-
iMiillriiii'il. Tin' mileage nf | In* \\ esli n
division     will,     hy     Ibis    < liuti��c.    In*
reduced  I.Ill    mill's,   leaving   it    *J,.V> I
inili's nf | iiukiiKi". anil still by   I'.n*  11 ��� - - f
A TOKEN
OF ESTEEM
NOTES OF  NEWS
'_'���>-��� i.i'iv   iiniliri-lbis jti-t put in si nek
Ii**"nl .V. Yo'iiik.
I'.ti. Fiiiii|.iii*i'. of N,iUu-p wns in tin
i i: y it. \Vi"��li:i".��ility.
���-it:-Idly fresh 1'K.n-.   .'sif ts.   per  tiny. .   ''Vl'>'.v ""*' *vil1 '"' tiekletl.
n", t'.ll* Hume "V < '"'���-��� .1.    A.    l.iickwooi!.   who    lias     been
1>. I.. Mel.".in,   ul"   Kniiiloops. ii-jonl i -icti'im n** tiiiii"ki"i"|H"i'iil  lhe Chalet, Cu
I'mi- th- New Voi k Lit'.', is in lown.        : ���-������'' P;>sl   ���M<
Mis. I.T. Klsiui left Ibis inoininK for!
StM-kiiii-   where   she   will     in    fill nre;
J. B. Hobson, Father of the B.
C. Mining Association, the
Recepient of a Token of Esteem by the Delegates.
The most pleasing :nnl memorable
incident ill council ion with the
i niiveiil iim occurred Monthly ni-rbt. in
Itiijjest of imy ilivisinn on lhe roid.jlhe Ihinrtl hold piiilur.**, Victoria,
The we-li'iii ilivisinn will in Inline h-I when .I. II. llolisiui whs presented with
i on lined to the �������� rip nil oral ilist riel.** i f' a valuable diamond line; ill recognition
M inilob.i .ind Un* Xoitliwi-st T,*i ii" : of his si ci ling tpiulil iei**. its '.* ,l11111 '""'I
lories. "* I bis  .invaluable    services . in    having
. ' i iinei'iveil     aiul    snecessfiilly   I'.'irrieil
_ . ; nut I he scheme of bringing lliemiiiing
Laggan Laconics. j m(,n ,,.,,.., h,,,. ,��� ,ijS(*,ss  dieir needs
(l*'ri>iii t)iii<(.i\vn t'lii'i'cspiiniiciii i ; nnd I'm ululate a   plan  1'ov  placing lhe
.March marebeil into l.nggat, like I he I''*i''iMK ������'*���'���""'*-v   "''   1,,,ilish   <-'"'��''>"'��''<
traditional linn.     If be lives up In tin
t radii inn und slides  nut    like   a    lam!
IV-!"!-.
S,".* Keil A: Voting's   school   shot's"
I   i liny.--, every pair gu.ir.'intcnl.
.Mr. and Mrs. Tim-*. .McXniight of
liuli-yiui.spenl a few days in lhe city
tbi-   week.
��� New skirts just opened, prices
rutgir.'.r fioni ."*���*���> m* to .Slo.hH each,
lleiil \V Voting.
Mi-*** M. Ad.iii ir.inie up from Arrow*
be.i'.l Saturday evening, returning
.Mi-r.dav moiiiin".
mini lis. was t-.ille 1 to
liovt'lstiike nn W'eiliie.sdny last on the
���ynipany's service. Wc understand
be will be engaged ill lhe freight
department.
K. Whitti.illlefl Laggan I'm- licvcl-
stoke on Wednesday Inst.
Mrs. Hussell. of the C.I'.H. boarding
bouse, was taken lo the hospital til
Man IT hist week. She was siilVei-ing
from a severe allaek of la grippe, with
-yiiiptnms nf pneuiiinuia. but is imw
rt'covering.
(!. Itoutli. of llit: llinlon Kloct rienl
Co.. is busily engaged wiring Ilie
Chalet, at Luke Louise.    The buildings
nn a Iii-iii and businesslike basis.
! .Iiihu Keen, president of the IS. C.
Mining Assiicial ion, made the presentation to .Mi*. Ilobson in a few well
chosen and timely remark.- in which
be spoke of tbe splendid win k done by
.Mr. Holison and the provisional roiu-
mittee In whose ell'oils the convention
was such ti splendid success. A. I,.
Melyea. K. C of Victorin, and the
Hon. \\\ (.'. Wells also addressed the
assembly iu a similar strain.
Mr. Ilobson, in reply In the preseir
lotion, in a voice filled wilh ciimtiiin
said: "There wi'te t ilnes iii one's life
when the tongue refused to express
the scut iiiienls which welled I'min. Un*
bean. He had not expected any.such
ili'iuoi'..-t ritii 11 of esteem and .ippreti"
at ion, antl be could not* convey in
words the feeling which pervaded bin.-
lie did not feel that, lie wa.. deserving
of so iiiii.'Ii praise, from his';-fellow
winkers for he htid only cndc'ivnrcd
l.t��� tin what he considered  was his duly
��� Spring wash .-ilk< in stripes.checks j "'ill be well lighted,   iilinii!   "i��lll   light.-
niul   .<���-!('  i-olois. pure  silks. :**.*i els. per   being put  in. : ���.*,*., ,    ,*    ,,'   I
| ns a   ell iv.en    having .the ".'nod ut     the |
flhellrin   of   Wilson   \' I whole   country at    heart.    (Applause.) j '
va: il .it Keid ���**.'  Young.
.Mis Wilks will open I lie Kindergarten iclmol at her re-ideneemi Monday
nun iiiog.
ICrne.-t. Adair, who  litis  been  in the!
east foi over a year, relurned   tn town
liis! v. cck.
��� Ladies    white   wear,   a   bountiful
,1. Wilson.
Campbell, was culled lo  Muni leal   last j He would always treasure the splendid j
Week lo consult.with   C. 1*. .li. ollici.ils j -i|'|. bestowed  upon   him   not, a lone l'i lire prnpn.-efl mails and trails lo be eon-   its   intrinsic   vahio. but ns   a token of!
! st-muled nround  hen
g   siiiuiiiei".       11 is
rang-, dii-eet   from   inanur.'tct urer,
Ueiil i*c Young.
nl
luring the coin-
aid .Mr. WiUnn
will be put iu charge of the work.
A   wagon   road   connia'tjiig   l.tiggtin!
with    BaoilV   is   one   of   ilie   Weleoine
| iui|iifivei-iiculs next siinnner will bring
! us.     The   Work   is     lo    be    drum ��� bv
W.   M.    Miown,    lievelstiike.    is     n j eontraet. lenders being called for.
the good feeling which had prompted
il and ns a memento i<{ the succe.���fill
mining convention wilh whiihlbey
were till so pleased." (Cheeis .mil ������|le'-
n .lolly fiood l-'elluw.")
.Muster    Mechanic Teiuple   i el ni neil
j mi Sunibiv morning   from   a   Ini-ine���
membcrof the executive  uf the H.C.j     A|,._   J.    !!,.,,���*.,.    who   has   been    in    visit, to Vancouver.
Mining Association. ! el.arg,.   of   the  Chalet at Lake l.noise i    '._���.. .   ,    ���.   .        D
The bylaw regulating the water and jdnring  lhe   wint-.   oNpec.s   tolenvej    .  Trainmen Ask Higher Pay.
dotti-ic   light    rales, was*    earrietl on j for   MinlV   nbout   the 'inidtllo   of   llsej      Uepreseiil.il ives of the Order of Kail-
Tuesday by   a    vote of till for,  and 2nj month    to   resuuie   bis   duties   til   the   way Conductors, antl n|"  the    Miotbei-
tiztiinii. I MiniIV Springs   Hotels.     .Mr. aiul Mr**, j lmed     of     Itailwny    Trainmen,    .ii c
Ai Vve fi'inieilv of the Cueeu'*. '< ^'v"wn I'*'1 **">* made many warm -friends ^holding a fonfereuce with Mr. K.I
hotel, left ve-lerdnv niornin" for'"' '���ilKK,l�� "'���', tlieir departure will he * .Marpole, general superiiilentlent nl j
Field, where' be   w:ll   lesitle   lor   the ��� '''K''''--'*-''"- (    : the I'acilie division   of   the   Canadian,
l.tiggan. .March rind. ; I'ticilie Kailwav  at   Vnni:ou\ et.     Tlie I
, following   oflieiais    of     Ihe     niilwayj
_. ,      ,     ,r   .. Minions-  are   preset*!:      Condiietois   .1. '
Tuesdays Voting. , Wimi     Vllllliri',,lvol.:    .,.    1I(.u:limi>1. |
Tbe election to fill the vacant eliait -j Ivamloops: .1.  A.   .McKay    Kamloops |
and.I. Mriidshaw. Xelsoh.     Trninnien
' I?. Uripiliarr,. Kevelstoke: W. J. Wells. [
Nelson: Ceo.   Stevens,   Kanilcops:   D.
W. Stevens, Kamloops.
day iiirii'.uing n*-xt
future.
Kd. Adair, who litis been in the east
for the ptir-t month, i- expected to
reach home, about the Mist of next
week.
itthe City Cuiim-il  board   for   Want
-C. M. Hume A: Co.. Ltd., will  <>|h*�� i r.vo was   held   on   Tuesday   lt.st   and
for business in their new  store, corner ... , ,      . ...
,.  .-       . i i-     ,     .      . ._���  . resulted   in    the    election    of    ["rank
McKeiizic and I"irst  street, on   Satm-
I McCarty by a majority of 10 votes:
,.   ,",  ,, ,   .,       , ,       .       , The following was tlie result :
1-. Jlolteii. one of   the   delegates   lo: ,.   ,,     ���
r. .McCiirty (i:i
H. Tapping.".   -II
the convention at \"ictoii:i returned i
ibis nioriiiiig and will go into l-'ergu-'
-nn Icinoi row. j
M.i.j. for McCarty...   Ill
.Ii.bn Sinderson and   two   men   left!    The following was t he result, of t In-
but   week   n.i- the .McCullouch Creek i V(Ue *'���' tlle ^T"������-���*''��� *"<! Kleclric Light
pioperty   wlnn
ineiiced til once.
work    will   he   coin
i Regulation   Bylaws-
On the 2ilth of December lust th
cbairinan of tbe Order of Railwav i
Contluciors. and of the Brotherhood j
of Railway Tiai.iinen's general [
committee for each of the thirl*' six '
railway systems west of the Mississippi j
and tbe Great Lakes, filed with the [
proper   offlceis   of    their     respec: ivc
I
For. the Bylaw....
Against   Bylaw...
Spoiled ballots	
ti!)
���ill
I
companies  conuiuinications  notifying!
tbeni of their intention to ask   for   an i
I'OSTFONICI.)��� The    tnorlgt'.gw   snl,. I Spoiled ballots        I increased   rate   of wages within sixty ;
>*f lots   .idvertised   to   take   place    on j -. ��.  days.      Tney   waited   for replies until |
Saturday,   Feb.    'i.'-th.     is    po.-tnoned ' rnDrccDrnmrxrcc 1 the     "irli      of     January,    when     the!
until Thursday,  .March  ll'. CORRESPONDENCE. companies were formally  served   with \
W.-dley. tin-  younge-t   son    of   Mi.' ���   ��� the notifications,
and  .Mr-,  fi. M. Clark.   Second .-treel. i The   ('.   V.    V.   ottieitils   her-   were;
-iia-Hrh^ri-Sf**rtr,n,^
hi-     h-g      Mou lav      luorniitg     whilci     '��� baving come t o t be knowiediii*  of   cent      incieasi"     for    nil    i:oiifTiictiit-s.7
-kiiting ni*  tin* -.idcwalk. ;ihe  executive  cnmmitlce  of  t be I *.B. i biakesmen     and     haggagi-iiu-ii    oVr-rj
Tin-   m.v,,i     ba-    i tilled     a    public ' "r "' ,-'' lhf"- in *'*"''llli" 'l'��tir!."is it. ha- : rates ill effect on .la mi hi*}'   1. l!Hl"i; I'll a )
tieeliiiL: f.-i   leuii.iinw niL'lit  in Ni . 'J
lite   ban   |..|     tie-     plllp*���"     of     t.ikilli!
Slaughter
' OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
GROCERS ��S
TO BE SOLO FOR CASH
���"  AT ACTUAL COST PRICKS
25 per Cent Off for Cash
^>n all Dry Goods
���'TI-IKSE ARE GENUINE* OFFERS
AS-WE.-A-K.lv GOING OUT Ol-  TH FSE  LINES
Taylor Bros. & George,
LIMITED.
ym
^:v::
(.t IMi & COMPANY,
LIMITED.
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY.
^  TO Till"    LADIES   OF    REVELSTOKE
AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY:
Ol'R MI^S WARD i- at piv-onl in the K.isl,
\isiiing' llu* Leading .Millinery Openings in
Toronto, Now Yciil-., etc., buying -,'ock ,oid
looking up the latest modes :iiicl ideas.
We espect lier to lie icadj foi liusiin-ss about
.March 151b.
Miss W.n'd will not neeil an iiilroclucliou lo
.Millinery buyers here, her past season's work
being a sufficient giia'-.iutee of her ability.
On all sides we hear expressions of satisfaction
wilh Miss Ward's work.
l",ii-some ye.-irs we have listened to the regrets of
our lady friends���thai there was 1101  a   first-class-
o      Dressmaker in Revelstoke.
Heing in a position now with oar new store to
aeeommoclale a high class ��� PressinaUer, we have
"gone to considerable trouble, and Expense to
-.ecure a really first-class Modiste.
We  have   secured   tlie   services   ot    Miss    C. A.
Gunn, who litis luul charge   of a department   for
--^.-^ the Robert  Simpson   Co.,   Limited,   o^ Toronlo.
Miss Gunn comes to us highly; recommended' as
practical in every bfaneh ol" the ail.
We expect to have our parlors ready about
March i.*tli.
- G. Bv H U WIE & GOIVII?ANY,_2
LIMITED.
W"
*f til'
eoiitimiing in t heir pi 'e:
hi..     Hy older of t be
Mxi.i r n vi*: f'
FOR A COUGH
CO
m
-tep-   ."I    lhe    1 t<*l 1*111.i/:lt ion
il"t.ky   Mountain   l.'ingeiv.
>*,|bj..i;    in    tbe     Methodi-t
.S'llui.iy    rt_'hi :     "Had      IVng.iin.-    iu
lii-ioiy."      l'icl-.idc:       " Tin* IHIVet *
en-.*   iJetwi-iii    (,'onvei iii n,    ,lu-liticii
i;u, n..| }-;cg. i.el,i*;,i.."
��� Cilflal    Sl'llelV.      Mi-tieatirl     lllUllb.
Tui*i*dt��y next   al  S  p.m.
Hector I'miei. who wa- injurcil
al.o'.H a u.oiith ago by falling from
the rf*��f of i he -tiiiupiiiill il (.bill Hi elds.
ba= sntlii ii -nt'iy I ���covered to b<*. abb* lo
[itc*eeed !*��� ii:- hoine -it '"'blields. I'm
which plate he left thi- morning.
J). .McC'.-ntiiy bti- di-pi-cd of tin*
tlaitier propei ly recently pun based by
bim. lo IVte I'a vis. .Mr. MiCaithy i-
iiOw busily engaged in making allera-
tions and iinproveinents to He*
dwelling hon-e I'm* the new owner.
���The next lehetiisil of the ('hnri,l
.Society ;.ik"- pl*it>" in the Melhodi.-i
chinch  on Tuesday night, tit  -S p.m.
.1. M. S.ott. one of the deb gates I-.
the i oi.vention tit Viitotiti. ret urii"d
op Moid.iy iniii'iiiug. Through Mr.
.Scott's etfol Is Kevelsloke bus reple.
sen'Hlion on the exii tiiive ol the li.
C Mining Association in Ilie pei.-on
of Mi.  Iii own.
Tlie S indoii hoi key team went  west.
lo Vernon on Ttiosday evening   where
they   ""Vill   play   the   Veriitm tcaui.tt
hot key.      A    mulch    �� ith lhe Sindoti !
boys will likely   be   arranged   by   the
local    team    to   be    played on the I ink | ty/f\ It-PT  BGW8
jiere .Saliiiiiay evening. j    nniem'
The Railway Strike
At .the public meeting held in   Labor
I    staled    111 it   the Voiing laib.- in ; role guaranteeing double pay for miles!
lhe    titlice    of    .Supt.    Kilpitrek   ai e ��� ti nd bouts iiiaib* on   freight    tr.i'im   of';
-i-ibbingby working   during tlie pi <--    inure  iliau   IIO   e.-ii-,,    anil    biiiib-d    by;
��� ���nl -ll uggle. the executive   i oiomil lei*    more    tlrm    one   engine:  i.ij day ym-d |
.hereby   desire    to    euipli it ii tilly   deny ; foreineli To reeej c* :,1   cents   an    hour:
cbiitcli   Un*   -lateiueiit.      They   say   Ihtl   the   night    foremen   .-! cent - tin boui: day ;
lad it- iu i[ t ion  in* p.-rl'ei tlv jn-lili.-d I hei pel - ^s eeiil- tin liotti: uiylil h-l|if*r-. ��� | (.,]!_ Vancouver, on Mnoday evening.
lit. ci i upa- :ju cent-an hour. The iii,-iiiiig>*tiii*iit-i | j��,*,.��i(|,.ii| [***<ri*s. of the I'nited
ofsevi-al road- have, iiivni iling to the! ||,i,thi-rlioofl of Kail'T.iy * I'lmploye*.
num. already efi(,ci*i|e,| the r"i|'u,���t-*  ��,f ' .���,,_ , *,,.   p,*,.jtinii    of   the    lirnt berbooii
I he emplove-.      Tin* i '���nit i if th ni- : |,(,r(,re tbe pnhlie. so that. I here "ill lie
I'eient r. will not   be   known    for   some;,,,,    misiiudersttiinling     of   ibe   is.-ae-
l.iiiie yet. I bough no trouble   whatever j involved:
is tml icipated. ���      Alt   th.it    tie*    biol herhond  nek**.-Ik*
*\i mt iTi-:i-:
m
>
Ontario tipples al {'-. I!. Il.ulie ,t ('
Semlin Elected.
The following an* ihr* r.-sults of  last j
Thin.-day's election in We-1  V.ile:
Nrc.xu.i*..  Saxsun
yn iiiif.tiliim i**li<*f f..
nail- lin.l   l,..;,l���11"..,
25c. and 50c. per  Bottle
I'ltl'I'.WlKP ONI.V  IIV
I'lmi. II.
I    Plli.lli".   IK.
N>xt lliinii*lilM.k .
timl   Still i i*.
1 Ashcroi'l      17
���I.'f
: Stivorva      'Si
!)
Speuees liriflge       II
s;
l.vllnii     21
24
Keefel'S          '>
���>
i North Mend        Ill
V,
1 Vale         -ill
1
' Hope       VI
II
2
��� Agassi/.          1(1
II
: Lower Nicola       li
II
1 (.anil lee      II
17
.McCnllougbs        1
1
j (���"rii.iiile (.'reek          ."���
.)
j I'rinceton        II
I:;
���i\u
171
���Spoiled ballots��� Ashcroi'l.:
J: Savo
1: Lyt.ton. 2.
..   U'M
...III
--Kippered herring and smoked
halibut, all new fresh slock nl. (.*, 13.
Hume &lOn'.s.
-ays. linking the- riittlter cfuupaclly. is
for   ti    written     recognition     nv     the
: cailwiiy   coiniiany   of    the     ri^bt    r,t
; organizatioii.    with    a     supplemental
tismii'tiiips Unit  lirotherhfif.d   inembet������*.
| will   not   hfreal'ter   be   fliscrimiii.ilfd
ji'gainst or iiittinidated in  f oiisefpient e
': of their cuiinect.iori with   the   workers' I
: leagu'".. With     n"    fpieHt.iou    m    I o
I increase*] pay. shorter hour-', fir  other i
I usual basis of contention. I here should j
i la-    lessrncd    flillicnlty   in reaching tin I
I tigreenicrit. w'ith I heciin-iptiiiy; the men j
J seek onlv the  recognil iim   "f   a    piin-
I eiple. I hit .iflmissifin of tbe iii*b( oT tlie |
i brol.hecbo'id    t.o     exist.       The     detail I
| incident-***,   such   as   the   dismissal    of;
j Korrest.      inches      and       l"'owler.     I he |
: I'lTitberhood is well conleul lo leave to
i defllfiiiient by any  rp.iisdfuible   process
lunrt   upon   their,   merit.1*,  so   soon   as
; rerognitioii is granted  to   their   oi-tler
tho usual  wn.y.      It is upon this single
coriteiition,   for    recognition     of    the
right   tfi   organize, that   the   strikers
claim consideration of the   public   nnd
inor�� particularly   of  nil   devoted   to
Ihe principles of unionism Jhroughoiit
the ('unadiiiii dominion.
I'eitiiil iis to draw your
at teiition to the wisdom of
pi'cHf'iii.iiig your family with
Choice Lot
Tlie fii-Hl sti"|i toward providing fiir I hem a home of
their own.
A part fiiilv of the amount
usually spent on pretty but
useless presents will make
I be first  pavmenl.
REAL   ESTATE
Is I tie basis of all wealth,
and you can now lay the
loimdation of your own
prosperity while making
someone else happy.
Cull and investigate, we
have other things to tell
you on the subject of How
to Own il House of your
Own.
LEWIS BROS,
Azcnto 8molt:r Townaiti
r*rj-��0jhp&t&jp��i**0j&00+��0000*+*0*jMf0j*0t
���SUITS FOR BOYS AT HALF PRICE:!
$7 Suits for $;*/'.\o. ;������,���
*,",)��� s   *"...-i !-������ "5"i.75'*"
$5 Suits for $2.50.
$2.50 Suits for $1.25
$4 50 Frieze Overcoats for $2 25
; \EDWARD J. BOURNE,!
I     $      Revelstoke Station.                  Bourne Bros.' Old Stand,
\             ___;	
?   NEW
.SPRING
W?:��   I STOCK
BRUSSELS   CARPETS   JUST   IN
Now is the time to choose'a good Carpet���'-
one that will last. We can guarantee these
goods. ...Yon cannot do better than leave your
order with us for one of ,them.'
Sec. our New Linoleums, Oilcloths, etc.
1. Howson% Co. B^J^.'ktc
���'���:    .*.;'.-.-������ ���':l.*ntiiM'titftin*tt*; Kmijiilniuig. \\w. "SXw^V^xKwt Avt'inu-.
SIBBM.D& FIELD,
.ft)
���'���A.���3-*3HI2S'TS  ^*0"R.
Real Estate
n. I", it. towxsiti*:.
.MAIt.l TOWNSiri"..-
liRRKAKII TOWXSITE.
DAM BORN K 'IOW SSITK,
TTIIIT 1 lVTr1! 1 T     i Cnninlii IVriniiin-'iit A Western
UNA 111   IAI-!     ��� <:��iimiIii .MiirtKHcti C-nrpiinititiir.
iioan-jii".   ( Coliuiiiil liivi!.*,inicnt mil I.onti Ciimtniii)".
- fSim lore.    ���        l.'iilr''iiiiinii I*'iix*.      Alius I'lri*.
lHMI|i>9lHflA  '"I Ciinii'llini I'ii'c.   Mcniuilile I'lrc*.     N'nrilicin Kin*.
BllOUl CCllvW     - Oiinrittiiii i'lru.   Mniiclicstoi- I'irc.   Urcnl Wcit Life.
.. * .   1 (!��� eiiii. Aiciiteiit iiml Uiinriuitec.   Cimrcitcriiiioii l.lfc
... ' ��� V iiiimliiui Aci'iitcnt .".i-iiriiiice I n.   Cinuicctictit Kir*?
OO.U. FOR SAI.K,
HOUSKH VOU SAUt* AND KENT.
-CONVEYANCINO.
J. D. SIBBALD, "Notafy Public.
, , '*.   KKVI'.l.S-iOK'-:. B.C.
NOTICK.
NOTICK is hereby given that thiil)
ilaysal'ier date I inteml lo apph lo the
Chief Commissioner of bands and Winks
for ;i special'licence^ lo-cut and carry
away timber from the following' described
lands in West Kootenay:.
Commencing; al a post planted on the
north side, of 'Goldstre.-un, about live
miles above the mouth of Gol'dstream and
marked N. T. Kdwatcls'soiitliwest comer
post; ihence. ."north 40" chainh; thence
east 160 chains; thence south 40 chains;
ihence west 160 chains; to the point of
commencement.
Dated this -"5tli dav ol Kebriiarv, 1603.
���    ��� N. T. EDWARDS.
NOTIOE.
NOTICK is hereby ijivcn illat ��� thirty
days after date 1 intend to apply lo the.
Chiel.Cpmiiiissioiier of Lands and Works
foiv a special.license to -cut--aud'.carry,
away timber, from the lolio".yiii)f described
lands in West. Kootenay: -"V       .'���'.
CommencjiiK ai a post planted ��� 011 the
north.side of Coldstream, about five miles'
above" the mouth of Coldstream, and
marked John Nelson's south-east corner
posi j tlience north So chains; thence wesi
���So chains; thence south So chains; thence
east So chains, tii point of commencement.
Dated this 25th dav of February, 1903. ���
"JOHN NELSON.
NOTICE.
NOTICK is hereby given that thirty
days liom dale 1 intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner ol" bauds and Works
lor permission to cut and carry away
timber from the follow ins;- described lands:
Commencing al W. Ic'Maistre'.s southeast coiner post: about half a mile east ot*
the east bank of llic Columbia liver, and
on the east boundai\ ot John Nelson's
rauchc; tlieiiee noith ido chains; tlience
west 40 chains; thence .south 160 chains;
thence cast 40 chains; 10 the. point of
commencement; containing; 640 acres.
Revelstoke, B. C, l""eb. Jisl, 1903.;.
. \V.  i.k'MAISTUK.
"""NOTICK.t
��vijj"��9'*nC.E-,is,'licreby-jjiven that thirty
days after dale I inleiiU to a|)ply to the
Chief Commissioner ol''. Lands* and Works
for a special licence to cut and carry away
limber from Ihe following described lands
in Wesi Kootenay :
Coinniencimrat a' post planted on the
south hank of Coldstream, about six and a
I a'f miles upstream from lhe mouth of
1'i'cneti creek,*and marked E. L. lliune'.s
s.iuth-west corner post; Ihence east 160
chains; thence north. 40 chains; thence
wi-s-i 'iCio-ehaiiis; iheiu-e soulb .*4i>.. chains
to point of coinmenceipeiit.       ;*.��.-.'; .
D.iled this J41I1 dav. ol Kebrua'rv, 1901.
!       E,  I...HUME.
NOTICE.
���NOTICK is hereby jjiven that thirty
days alter date I intend 10 'apply to the
Chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a special licence to cut and carry
away timber from the following- described
lands in West Kootenay :
Commcncinjj* at J. A. Kirk's south-weAt
corner post, on the Keystone trail, near
Itoyd's ranche, about thrcc-quartci-s of a
mile from the Columbia Kiver; thence
north 160 chains; thence east 40 chains;
thence south 160 chains; thence west 40
chains to point ol commencement, containing-640 acres.
Revelstoke, B. C, 21st February, 1901.
J. A. KIRK.*
���I" Notice; ���
If tint key that npensthi: -box coil-
taiiiittff tlie $20 is not b/tiu^ht into the
lhe store aiul tried . hy the I0l.h of
Jl.ireli. the ��biss will be broken utir]
I lie fainteiil.H (.','iven to tlie liospiL-tl.
Taylor liros. i*v Oeui'tje.
NOTIOE.
NOTICE is hereby jfiven Ihat thirty
days after date I intend to apply 10 the
Chief Commissioner ol' Lands and Works
lor a special licence 10 cut and "carry
away timber l'i 0111 the following described
lauds in West  Kootenay :
Commencing al a post plained ou the
south bank of Coldsin am, about eij^hl
and a half miles upstream from lhe inoiuli
of Krench creek and marked X. T. Edwards' south-ivesi corner post; tlieucr
east 160 chains; th.uice noit'i 40 chains:
I hence west 160 chains; tin 11.0 soc.tii 40
chains to point ol'c; m.uoncriucni.
Dated this _*.ji!i day ol" February. 1903.
n. t. Edwards!
TWKNTV (.AKI'ENTEKS wanted
at iiriee, apply to .1. Kernaiihan,
LaKK'an, H. (,'. "
WHAT IS,.\  llfl.MK'WITHOUT A
SINGER
Singer Sewing Machines
are sold on easy monthly
payments.
A full supply of machines
needles and attachments are
kept for any make of machine on earth.
MANNINC, : MACKENZIE AVE.
Revelstoke, B. C.
For Sale.
A'Gramophone in first class orch t*.
with *2 veeoi'ds, all up tn tint*. $21
buys r.he Int.. a bargain. -Apply nt
H i*;�� A l.l> office.
NOTICE.
Five Koonuifl House to lleiit Kuriiisliiiil ill
uct iitoutli, iiichiflitii; water. Aiiply r JIkiiai.ii
OHiraj or
MK3. H. bMlGIIKAD.
Second Struct.
H. PERRY-LEAKE,
Mining Engineer
and Metallurgist.
.SPECIALTIES :
Examination anil report.*! on Mining
Properties.
.Specification   anil CoiiMtruction of
Mining Machiner",".
Mill  Te**t.-i   of  Ores ami  Concentrates.
Bedford .McNeill Code:
COWAN BLOCK, Kevelntoke, B. C.

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