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Array /  B>  L\  ,''7i/..-rA/j/j,  /  And  Vol    V.  No    IQ8  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY,   FEBRUARY  12, 190������  Year  Advance  Come and See  t*40������4[4r0������4(4f**<g������JtH[4[1f*1t<*4f4Hf������  r ,f    ^  100 Pairs  Boots and Shoes  Men's, Ladies'and Children's,  now selling at actual COST.  . NO OLD STOCK.  These goods were all purchased  last season.  FATHER PAT'S  STRANGE DEATH  L)  SHIRTS  SHIRTS  Save 40 per cent and buy your  Shirts now. ���������      JJ  We arexiffering a splendid line  of;W..G. & R.   and   White  -Shirts, at ,the above' big-disr,*  .count.    All  goods are ofthe  Latest"Style and Pattern.  Archdeacon Pentreath Contradicts the Report That Shortly  Before Death He Turned  Roman Catholic.  The Nelson papers contain the  following communication : Sir : In  your issue today appears a semi official  utatemeiit from the Hotel Dieu  hospital. Montreal, to the effect that  the lute Rev. H. Irwm, who, as your  readers all know, was a priest in the  Church of England, "a short time  before hia death embraced tho Roman  Catholic faith."  Knowing the extraoidinary credence  which'is always Riven to such statements liy (he puhlic, I hope that in lhu  absence of more definite information  you will allow me to deny this rumor.  I am in possession of a letter 'written  to me hy Mr. Irwin nn the very vvuu-f  hid depailure to Knghind, as lute lit*  December 12th, in which he says, "il  ever you havo any hard work away up  north and you want me, plea������o let me  know." a statement which is as truo to  his character as it is fatao lo the above  rumor, f  I   may   also   add   that   at   his own  special request the Rev. Canon" Wood,  of St.   JohnV,   Montreal,   visited him  oefore   his   death    in   .the    hospital.  Yours, lite, *.  Edwyn S. \V. Pkntreatii,  Archdeacon of Columbia Kootenny.  HATS  HATS  in  Our bargains in Hats are  .keeping with above discounts,  The stock includes:  FEDOHAS  (RUSH aiid  W  NECK WEAR  We have a Beautiful Line in  Goods at'away down figures.  BY BUYING AT  IH PRESENT TIME  YOU   WILL   SAVE  BIG     MONEY,    AS  THE STOCK MUST  BE   CLEARED   BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  i>-  Below is the despatch which called  forth Archdeacon Pentreath's protest:  "An official of the Hotel Dieu says  the patient was brought there in a  most distressing rendition early in  January. lie refused to giv������ any  information concerning himself or  relatives, hut talked about everything  else freely. A short linie'bel'ore death  ho embraced the Roman Catholic  faithj hut it was not'until atter his  hody had heen removed to the  cemetery ;that his identity was  discovered. This was through a  "package addressed to .11 brother w th  whom lhe hospital authorities had  placed the'mselves in .communication.  How he"got to. Montreal'and what he  did before his discovery in tho woods,  ti early dead^is'a mystery."  A special despatch from Montreal to  the Winnipeg Telegram gives the  following account of the circumstances  surrounding his death.  .Some time ago it was announced  from Rossland lhat Rev. Henry trwin.  better known as "Fathei Pat,'~ a  prominent English church clergyman,  had died.  Il seems that there was considerable  mystery about his death,  and it was  noi generally known that he had  died  at the Hotel Dieu hospital, in this cily.  In fact,  information  only  leaked  out  today throughdelectives having, been  employed on ihe case.     Mr. Irwin,   i*  seems   was   found- early ��������� in   January  lying on lhu snow in   a  hush  at  Saull  aux Reeollest, near th's city.     lie was  in a pitiable condition when carried to  avleigh, on   which he  waa drawn  to  the   Hotel  Dieu   hospital.    Both  leg*-.  and feet were frozen and he was quite  unconscious.  On recovering somewhat he penciled  a letter to Rev. Edmund Wood, of St*.  J_cihn_the Evangelist's church, wb0111 Jie  had known yeais ago, and aske"d, that  gentleman to call on him. This was  on January 10. Mr. Wood paid him a  visit and two days afterwards was  surprised to learn of his death. A  surgical operation was performed on  one of his legs and blood-poisoning  followed from which he died without  saying a word as to how he came to  lhe neighborhood in which he was  found.  It was thought well to have  detectives sent out, and   some   of   tbe   best  procurable   were, soon   put  in  touch  with what tacts   were known.   They  *coured the country in  all directions,  but nothing whatever could he learned  except from   the   farmer,   wbo found  lhe   unfortunate   man.    No   one  saw  him at any hotel or residence.    In  the  city the same story  was  lold.   There  is absolutely not a man or woman lhat  can be found that saw Mr.   Irwin in or  near   Montreal   just   previous   lo his  death."   Fiiends   in   the  West   have  written that  he   left ��������� to   come  East,  intending   to  go   home   to   England,  and that is while on his   way   to  this  city he must have been lost.   Whether  or not he was walking into the city or  whethe.ihe came here   by   train   and  walked oiit to his death, will probably  never be known. His remains which  are now in the Hotel Dieu  vaults  will  be sent west for interment.  Death of Jas. T. Guerin.  The ;death occurred on Sunday at  one o'clock in the afternoon of James  T. Guerin, partner of W. M. Brown in  the Victoria hotel. The deceased was  seized with au attack, of pneumonia  little more than a week before and the  reports of his condition were serious  from the beginning and there was  very little expectation that he would  .tide over the critical period ofthe  'illness. The greatest sympathy is felt  In   Revelstoke   with   Mrs. Gu.rin and  her three sons in their great  bereavement and the whole town feels  tho loss of an honorable and high  minded citizen.  The funeral rites  took  place at St.  Peter's    church - and   tho   cemetery  yesterday   afternoon.     The  deceased  was   a   member   of   tho   Roval   Arch  degree and a Knight Templ'tr and  the.  A. 1*'. and A. M.  wero  in  charge and  turned out in a large   body   to   follow  tho   romains   of their brother to their  last resting   place.   The   pall   bearers  were    W.    B.   Pool,   Cupt.   D.   Paul  Hughes,    Aid.    John    McLeod.     W.  Cowan, D L. Cameron, J, Guy Hurber*  Tho    service    nt     St.    Peter's    was  conducted   by   Rev.  C.  A. Procunier.  assisted by the choir, the whole ollice,  except the prayer of committal, being  celebrated     in      the     church.     The  musical  portions of  the servieo wore  sung   to   Merbecke's   plainsong    and  Psalm 00 to Pnrcell in F-minor.     The  following    hymns    were    also    sung  "Nearer, my God, to Thee," "My God.  my Father, AVhile I Stray" and "Abide  with me.'"   Rev. C. A. Procunier gave  a short address   on   the   words   from  Ecclcsiastes, "Tho spirit shall return to  God���������who gave it."'     The  church  was  crowded nnd a large number of those  present followed* the funeral cortege to'  the   cemetery,   where   Mr. Procunier  conducted    the     impressive    funeral  ceremonies of the order.  The coffln was covered with a  profusion of beautiful flowers, Messrs.  Taylur <fc George sent a handsome  wreath, Kootenay Lodge A. F. and A.  "Txl a triangle and Mrs. XV. Abraham'  son, Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Hugh Smythe  and other.-, sent bouquets. An Eastern  Star of five points of magnificent  white (lowers typified the Knight  Templar degree and was obtained by  tbe family of lhe deceased from  Portland, Oregon.  The commandery of KnightTeinpln rs  at Rossland to which Mr. Guerin had  takeu a'transfer from Portland, wired  yesterday to Capt. Hughes to find out if  they could do anything, regretting  that they could not get a floral tribute  in time.   "~ ������������������  The deceased wus born in Newark.'  N. J., on Sept. 10, 1S10. He came out  west to Oregon in JSTii, where he  married Miss S irah Brown, niece of  W. M. Brown,of this place, in* lSSii  Before C'Oiniug.here two years ago, he  had resided in Portland, Oregon for,  ten years. He leaves a widow nnd'  three sons to mom 11 his loss. * ,"  Poundkeeper.  Applications for the p.iaition of Cily  Poundkeener, addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Poundkeeper,"  will be received up lo noon on Friday  Feburarv 21st, the successful applicant,  must furnish bonds in the sum of $50.  C. E. Shaw,  ���������  . City Clerk;  Personal Paragraphs Pertain-  '   ing to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald 'Man   on   His  Daily Rounds..  - Dalton Cross, night* despalchur nt  Smelter Mill. Trail, hns been] transferred to Casllegiir.  John A. Bunting, bi"ikesman on Ihe  Southern Pacific railway three yeais  ago, is today worth $10,(KM),01)0, and  travels in a private car.  Jos. Dubinin, car ri,pairer,.received n  severe blow on lhe temple from his  wrench slipping ofVr a mil. while nt  work in Ihe yard list night.  . 1.. O'Neill hns been appointed car  inspector at Nakusp mid left i'or that  place last week. Mr. O'Neill will be  greatly missed in musical circles.  airs. J. XV. Reed l������fl Wednesday rot-  Trail to join her .husband, who is  braking on the Columbia & Western  between Trail nnd Eholt.��������� Midway  Advance.  - Fireman Chas. Fietz |wns scalded to  dealh on the NorllVern Pacific, near  Seattle, on Sunday, while pinioned hy  the 111-111 by a fallen engine, which wiis  derailed by a landslide.  J. P. II.ill, whose leg was badly  in j urea last November at Trail, by  being crushed against an engine, has  left for his home in .Ontario. The  injuries to lhe leg were cured by ii  successful operation in  skin  grafting.  A New York "despatch says: The  Canadian Pacilic and Great Northern  ��������� interests continue to buy the.shares of  the Minneapolis,. St.' Paul',and Sault  Ste. Marie -railroad-.* at advancing  prices.        . ; , ��������� -\  The C.P R, easthound express was  derailed on Saturday. afternoon, 20  miles west of. Swift".Current. .The  sleeper, ��������� diner and first class ancl  tourist' coaches turned over, injuring  three passengers, four Chinamen, the  baggageman, newsboy and one dining  car waiter.' A broken rail was the  ���������cause. _���������  .������-        ' :_, -,.--"._ .  The International-Machinists' Association, tbe Blacksmiths' union and  Pattern Makers' League have protested  against the Amalgamated Society of  Engineers, the headquarters of which  are located iu England, holding . a  charier from the American Federation  of Labor,  and demand that the  said  society permit its members in Canada  and the United Status lo hold  ini'inhersliip in the respective Junions  of the craft throughout Norlh America  .ind he subject tc the lnwsof American  unions. 'I'lie Amalgamated Society  refuses to accede to this demand,  claiming that ils members should be  entitled lo follow, wil bout hindrance  or molestation; their culling in this  country. President O'Connell alleges  that lhe English society hits  appropriated $'20,000 lo light the  inavhinisls' union, bul Sec. Barnes, of  lhe Amalgamated Society, denies lhis.  A Handsome Balance  Thu following in thc balance sheet of  Ihe Hospital ball:  .     ltKL'lill"!'.".  Tickets.sold   at  door  for  gallerv...'    $?>������������������������  Tickets sold for ball  o3 00  Tickets sold   Tickets nold   I'roceeds afternoon lea Saturdav    ....���������**.-  Turkey nnd chicken sold.:   Special subscription from Mr.  I,. Mi-Donald. Field   Collected for rofieuhments   $ 82 50  ���������H.,'3 50  0 00  0 S3  2 50  T 00  0 25  410 00  -���������'' KXl'EXUITOltl  Rent of the hall    For music ,   Printing ���������'���������    ���������  Scrubbing out the hall...  Waiters   Fixing stoves ete   For cartage   Groceries   Harry Edwards;   Firing >   Boy for sundry chores...  For cutlery.  ���������21 00  25 00  20 50  0 00  0 00  7 15  5 00  '3 IT,  1 (X)  2 50  ���������     50  2 10  P. Burns & Co. for turkey.) 00  Victoria bus   For washing dishes...  Caretaker cloak-room.  Stewards badges   Powdered wax..:   3 00  :i 00  2 00  0-1  Net proceeds.  12850  Sji'262 10  BY TELEGRAPH  Switchmen Strike in N. P. Yard  at Missoula.���������Marriage of E.  J. Coyle.���������A Lively Week in  Seattle.���������Cool Million Stolen.  T.oniion,  Fob.   12, -The   Marquis  of  DufVorin is dead.  Loniion. Feb. 12���������Last week  appears to have boon tho liveliest week  for some time in South Africa, with  lhu heaviest losses on hoth sides. Thu  Boer casualties wore 00 killed, 17  ������ ���������muled, 57 surrendered and 574  taken prisoner���������������. British captured -ISO  rifles, one pompom and thc usual grist ���������  of munitions and live stock.  Missoula. Feb. 12.���������The switchmen  are on strike in the Northeri. Pacific  yards at Missoula because two men  were discharged for refusing to switch  while a road engine without side  boards was used in the yard. A state  law provides that the company ia not  liable for injuries to the men, if ttioy  work on an engine without side  boards, while switching. The trainmen  are refusing to do the switchmen's  work or to allow'other hands than the  regular yard crew to make up trains. .  Halifax, Feb 12.���������An illicit  whisky still has been found running  full blast in a fruit store at Halifax, N.^  S. Two men have been arrested in  in connection with tho discovery.  Tokoxto, Fob. 12.���������A boiler in  Thackeray and Rawlins saw mill ut  Pembroke, Out., blew up yesterday.  Two men wore badly wounded.  London. Feb. 12.���������The question of  subsidizing horse breeders and owners  in tbe colonies in the event of the  mother country having to make a call  on them is under the consideration of  tho British government.   .  St. John, N. B��������� Feb. 12.���������Noble  Steevos was killed ' yesterday at the  Uillsboro, N. B., plaster quarry hy a  fall of earth. Two other men wer������  badly injured. " "  Paris, Feb. 12.���������Count Leo Tolstoi  has suffered a relapse and is dying.  Topographic Survey. |  A. O.'Wheeler, of'Calgary, who has  been conducting the recent topographical survey of the Selkirks,, passed  through tho city yesterday on hi*  return from. Ottawa, whore he -has  been in consultation with tlie department of the interior " about' tho" map.  This map will he ready about June 1,  and will be' the result of a 'gieat  amount "of most .-difficult" work." ���������"' "Mr."  Wheeler stated- to a reporter yesterday  afternoon that lie expected to be able  t,o finish the map by June and would  immediately star.t in to "take up the  work where he left off. He has some  remarkable photos, taken' from -th<-.  .'iinnmit of some of the highest peaks  in the Rockies.���������Winnipeg Telegram  FEBRUARY   seems   to   be   JUNE in   the Whitewear Section these days.  The idea of Buying Summer Underwear in the Winter time at Winter Prices  ,.hks.caught on to a much greater extent than ever before and the daily crowds  certainly give the impression that..thi.s, Whitewear movementin/February _is,  appreciated.    Advantages of This Sale arc these :��������� :   ~~-       ~   T        ~   "  GREATER ASSORTMENT'. NEWEST STYLES.   "-'*  WINTER PRICKS.  Tabloids  A lire, on Monday" night at Spring-  Held, Ohio, in the. Champion Chemical  plant caused the destruction" of 12  manfacluring plants nnd a loss of  16500,000. , ,    -  liord Oranborne"-111 the House of  Commons states on Monday that the  British-government had not in any  (.way prepared' 'to interfere" with the  United States in Cuba and had refused  milar proposals from other powers.  Blankets am  At Prices Qrea  Reduced  CUT PRICES  Ladies' Blouses and Wrappers  Commencing   To-day,   and   throughout   the entire.  Month   of  February,   we  'promise you a Big Bargain in anything you buy.    All Winter Goods must go  this month.    It pays us to slaughter now.    It must surely pay you. [  Down They Go.  Down They Co. =���������L���������  Ladies' and Children's Stylish Jackets.  This Season's very Latest Styles and Shades���������not a great many left, but what  we have must leave the premises before thc Season is over. If you are thinking  of buying a Jacket. Now is your opportunity as every garment will be  slaughtered, or in other words be sold at about half the value.  MORE, INTERESTING NEWS  FROM THE FUR SECTION  Broad choosing from these Dainty Fur Prices that Women and Girls love to  possess, Garments that cany comfort as well as elegance and style. These-  specials for this month at 40 per. cent, reduction on our regular close prices.  Mail  O rders  REID <& YOUNG  Promptly  Solicited.  y    CORRESPONDENCE. .   ;. ,  .A Stuck-in-Mu'd Letter.  To tho Editor of the Herald:     -���������  Sir, will you favor with space that I  may respectfully remind Aid. Law and  Aid. McMahon that they are not stnt  to the city council for the purpose of  voting, the taxpayers' hard earned  money to pay for pleasure trips of  Liberal Association and Board of Trade  delegates.  In explaining his course Aid. Law  statedthe delegates' should "not bo  expected to put their .hands in-vtheir  own pockets." In view of the fact, Mr.  Editor, that the city has not - asked  these delegates to act for, it, they -  certainly have no. right to put their  hands in the city's pocket. ' r  Aid. Law must  learn - not * to '.mis- -  appropriate other people's   money" in  tbis manner, the fact that the amount' '  asked was "very.reasonable'.' does' not ���������'  alter the principle involved.   An alder- ,  man that does'nt protect small amounts  ���������  of money cannot be entrusted with the  care of larger sums. ;  In also approving of the grant  Ald.-  McMahon said:    "The  opening  up   of  the   Big   Bend   was   of   importance."'  This is getting to be   the   stock  argument to be advanced by any clique or-  corporation that may have an   eye  on  the public money, and these times if a  maiils_n_iqney ba stolen from him, he is. ���������.  "expected to cheerfully submit if  it   be  explained to him that it   is   done   for  "the benefit of   tho - country,"  or   to  open up the Big Bend.  I beg to tell Aid.' McMahon that its  not the city's business to .pay for  opening up outlying districts, nor to  spend its money in forwarding schemes. '  of river improvements these_ depart- *  ments,- I believe, concerning tho  government. '__  Ward 3 alderman may well take ��������� a  lesson from the practicaljand businesslike manner in which Aid. Hume and  others deal with thc question, particularly as they will doubtless be again  approached in similar manner during  their tarm, when it is to be hoped,  tliey will not again prove to he ������o  "easy."  Yours Respectfully.    .  WAKD 3 T.\Xl*A.YER.  [It is needless for   the   Hekald   to  remark that it does not  agree   in   tha  least with the above remarks of'Ward  3 Ratepayer."     I"   our   opinion   Aid.  Law and McMahon in voting  as  they  did for the grant to assist the   delegation to Ottawa simply did   their 'duty  to this city and did it in a businesslike  way.    It certainly is very   much   this  city's business   to   open- up  the   Big  Bend.   The whole future   progress  of .  Revelstoke   simply^ depends   on    the  development of that district.' Is Ward  3 Ratepayer desirous of seeing  Revelstoke stick at its  present  stage   of  a.  little 2x4 town.    If not and we do not  suppose he is really as   foolish  as   all  that, who does he propose to   build   it  up except the people who are in it?  All   natural   advantages  are _ useless  unless people havo the enterprise  and  energy to use   them.      Where "would  Winnipeg he today, if when it was at  the    lO.CKJO  stage   of  population,   its  people had not had   the   courage ��������� and  enterprise to put their hands in   their  pockets and build the railway  bridge  across the river ?    The C. P. R. would  have gone to Selkirk as they intended,  Selkirk  would   have   been    the   big  distributing centre for western Canada  and Winnipeg   would  have  dropped  back to a little farmers* town.   Its the  men in a town who are not scared   to  spend a few hundreds in order to reach  out after  the   thousands   that make  cities out of villages.    These  are   the  kind of  men   we  want  in our' ciS-y  council and the Hekald is glad to  sea  that we have got them there.]  ' t  it-  [!*���������'  1  (i  1 l  ���������  t  tarn era  I  k  m  w  %  t\i<h\ti\t ifcxiU anil ^ailwaa  lien's journal,  Published ll>-  The Revelsloke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Miiiui|*lii|*; Director.  A S.MiiI.Woctih' itonriiiil pnl-Mslicd ill lh<*  interest*. o( llio rn'lhvnv men. iiilnlni; mi'n Riid  bti-liu*****, men nf Uio We-t. Ixxxv* x.l I'lililli-iillmi  Wfjiif.iilav Ami Sutiiicliiy.  Al'VKUllSINl)   MATIW.  Db.IilHV ll.l*., fl..VI i-ur Ineli; slnjilr fuliiiiin,  ii por inch when inserted on lille puse  f.eiial Kilx., Mcoiili per ineli (uniipiirlcl) line  for llr-i iii<>,<*ilion: .'i cents fur eneli iiclflitioiml  ln**ert:iiii. I...pul notioec lo eents per line* eneli  i**,i:*>. Jlirlh, Mnrrln.ii' mul lienlli Noiiec-'  free.  M'.W.IIITIO.V   HAI El.  Hyinsilor eii'rlei', ti per uiiiiniii; *.l.-'> f������r  ��������� Ix 'ijjonih., smelly in iuIvihico.  Ol'll JOII   IiBI'AIITMKST.  l**niieof tin* best equipped printliip (illlees 111  llio Wesi and prepared lo execute: nil kind*, of  l.rlntini! In lirsielnss style in lionesi price*..  One price to nil. No Job Ion liirt;o���������none tno  ���������uiall���������forus. Mull orders promptly nituiidcd  to.   dive ns a nial on your next order.  TO CORIIE.-I11SDKST1.  We Invite corresponduneii on nny inlijeel  Ol lnlerc*.t io tlie Kunenil piilillf. In all ease.*,  llie bona lido name ol llie writer imiM aeeoin-  puny manuscript, bin noi necessarily Ior  publication.  Address all I'niiiiiiiinlcnlloii** to tlie Malinger  belter worlh the attention of mining  men than North KnotKiiny. There  nre properties within tha disl riet even  now in a siiflleienlly advanced singe  of development to pltici* Ihem boynnd  llie prospect singe, theie mi* soinv  which one might renismiiibly call  mine's.' Tliere nre chances for legit i-  nuiU! mining in the district, which no  other distiiet in the prnvincu c.in  *-urp*i*i������ and verv few can c.'|ii:il. As  ���������iiinii ;is itiivignt inn opt'ii.i, a ci>ii_.iiU*i-  .ilile uxlent of llie di.tlricl, within  which n large proportion of the inosl  developed prnperlies ale eoiiipri**rtl,  will lie wilhiu reach of an easy visit  from lievelslwUe. There hu* heen  ipiite a bit of money intuit1 in South  Kuiit rimy within 1 lit* lasl 11*11 year*.  Thosr who waul, to mill*.*, m in* in  Noilli Kootenay wilhin the nwxt ten  had belter go in .mil see for l.li������*ni-***lv ���������  what llie pro-pe-ts tire ni, one.  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  NOTICK TO l.'OIIIII-'il'ClNllKXTM.  1.���������All correspondence must be lc'nibly  ������-riitcn on one side of the paper only.  'J.���������Correspondence contiilnln*; pergonal  mailer musi be siuned willi llie proper uniiie  o'the writer.  O   K.GllOGAS,  Editor.  Wkoxksday. Fkhuuahy 12. HI02.  TIIE OUTLOOK FOR.  NORTH KOOTENAY  ll  tsil  m  >��������� H ���������  yy  \i  The foundation should be laid by buying Real Estate in the new Town of  A   PROGRAMME   FOR   IUO-'  The February number of the Mining  Uecord in an article on the outlook for  3002 notices that there have taken  place in British Columbia four waves  of development, which have followed  thn discovery of wealth available  wit hoiilspecinl transportation facilities  or the attainment of such facilities  by districts of great riches but unavailable without them. The fifth, it says,  has not arrived.  The fifth wave  is   about   to   arrive.  But before we -"hew   how,   when  and  where, it will be interesting to take   a  look   backward   in    the    hintory    of  Kooteuay before Lhe arrival   of  some  of the others.   Before ns is a pamphlet  published    by      direction      of     the  provincial government in IS03, entitled  British Columbia. itsPresentResources  and Future Possibilities.   Tbe year of  grace, 1S(*3. is  not  such  a very great  while ago.    tt is- useful,  therefore,  lo  note that on the map of  ������������������ Koofanie,"  ml that quite recent period, the cily of  Kossiland  is   conspicuous only by  it*  entire absence ami   the only railway  lin������ marked, except  the-main line of  the C.P.Tl., is the Fort JSheppard and  Nelson   and lhc line from   Nelson  to  Kobson.     Kaslo finds   a     place    and  Ainsworth and Nolson but tbe rest of  the map is practically a   blank.     And  this was only nine years ago. '������������������Nelson,'  says the letter press of the   pamphlet, ���������  ���������'XeUon,    Hot Springs,   Kasloslocon.  Illecillewaet and Golden are at present  the principal recognized centres in  the  new district."   Bear in mind that this  was written only nine   yeurB   ago,   in  \SV3.  Th* fifth wave is about to arrive:  Ths first steps towards the opening up  of a district as large in area and much  fuller of promise than South Kootenay'  e������er began to be in 18SKJ are being  taken this very year. The nest ten  yean will see repeated in North Kqote-  Tlu* IIi.kai.ii congralul.-ite*. tin*  hoard of trade upon the very influential and representative character of  the executive council chosen for 1902.  They stand for a body, in the membership of which the. busin������ss interests of  Revelsloke are fully and completely  represented. A board of trade, such  as ours, with a membership of thirty  (ive of the most prominunt business  men in thc town, means a "great deal  and is capable of great things. There-  is pai'lmps no town in the west, in  wliich the benefits derived from the  existence of the board of trade in its  midst have been more fully illustrated  than in lievelstoke. It has heen a  prime factor in the progress of lhis  place since its inception and the happy  position, in which we are now placed  of being able lo look forward with  reasonable certainty to a big advance  in tlie immediate future, is very  largely due to the persistent efforts of  the board, which could be deterred by  no delay however vexatious or dismayed hy no opposition however  formidable, from getting assistance  from tbe provincial government lo  wards opening np the Big Bend  district.  That point has been gained. This  year xces Revelsloke in direct ami  easy communication with Liiporlu and  a vast stretch of valuable territory,  rich in minerals and timber: opened lo  development. The next step must he  to get tht* 1 trunk trail through lhc  district, extended from Goldslreaiii to  Canoe river: to get a tramway  constructed round Death Rapid.* and a  goorl appropriation made by lhe  Dominion government for the  improvement of the navigation of lhe  river both above, aud below the rapids.  Thc irmi.ii.li would also seriously urge  upon the board the necessity of  pressing upon the provincial govern  ment the justice of our claim to have  the whole of the territory between the  summits of the Gold Range :u*d  Rockies as far north as the 03rd  parallel of latitude added to the ridings  of North Kootenay, so that we may  have the entire handling of the  whole  Situate ri"ht at the Doors of nil tlie Fatuous Fisli Creek Gold Mines.  FlUTEKN minuter  ��������� walk I'roni Main St..  GOLDFIELDS, will tako you to Uiu month of tlio big  r>,000 foot tunnel on tlie Famous Camborne Groun, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR OPPORTUNITY- i.s now io buy at the  bottom figures and you will got the "ndvantage of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  omelVlore Facts SfrrS"  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Group,  "Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a, host of  other properties that wid udveiti.se the Fish Creek  Camp, in li. (!.  THIRTV minutes   walk   will   take   you   to  the  Finnous Eva, Impeiial and Oyster Groups. N  INVESTIGATE  AND YCU  WILL  BS  PREPARED  TO  TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED Af*<D READY FOft THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  F. B. L  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Provincial Board of Health  Regulations for Dealing: With the Outbreak of Smallpox at the Town  of Fernie, East Kootonay.  Approved By His Honour thc tieutenant-  Covernor in Council, tho 17th Day  of January, 1902.  HEALTH  ACT  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  ON ACCOUNT uf the outbreak  of  Kniii!l-pox  in lli'j Town of   Penile* it i.** Hereby proclaimed:--  I.���������That thc; town is in n stato nt qua ran tine  unit! fiii'thcr noiiec.  ���������j.���������That no person -dial! ho allowed to leave  lhc town niuler any circiiiii'.tiince'i whatsoever  ".���������That all miietiiiiis in churches, lodges and  scli"������l������ and ol: er public fc'Utlierinyitire hereby,  prohibited.  I���������That no person shall ir.dei* any circumstances hold any c*onver.*.ation whatsoever  with anv person quarantined, and no person  under q'uarantinc shall lUtemot to break same  nrcoininunlCHte with any outMdcr.  ,1.���������Anv hotel-keeper. loditint'-hOHso keeper  or liousBholflcrMupeeliiiB, knowlnit, or havinp  good reason to believe that anyper*on residing  upon or frequenting Ills premises is ill o  sufferinp from ft rash of any description, shall  at once notify the Medical Health Oflicor,  ���������riving the narneand occupation of. and other  particulars necessary io ptoperly identify such  pers-on.  C.���������Anv person havintr a ra**h on liis body  shall notify lhe Medical Health Ollicer on the  lirkt appearance of tbe same  7��������� i. mler autlioritvof the "Health Act," it  is herebvdeclared that all and every person  not having a certificate of rceeut .successful  v ccinatlon da'ed within one year, and further  not belneable to ���������rive proof of shi.-.o to lhe  ... , ,   .   ., i satisfaction   of  the   Medical   Health    t.llieer,  area within   our   sphere   of   intluencs Uhall be at once vaccinated.  * j    ?.���������   fter a period of seven (7) days from  this  and dependent        on us        lor   -ja...  Rnv person rcfusim: to present to any  nay from the main line of the C.P.R.:  to tbe Vellowhead Pass the same and  greater progress than what the last  ten suit in South Kootenay from tha  main tine to the boundary. In the  richness* of ils suiface ihewings, in the  variety of ils mineral wealth, in the  extent of area already prospected and  positively known to be highly valuable,  the Soulh Kootenay of ten years ago  cannot venture to compare with  the North Kootenay of 1902. If the  history of the past is anything at all  to go by the next ten years will be an  era of progress and development in  North Kootenay, which will surpass  even the record of the past ten in  Soulh Kootenny.  The first few weekt of regular  i uiminK of the s.s. Revelstoke on the  upper river will start a dozen new  milling camps into activity. At  I -a forme creek, Carnes creek, Keystone- Mountain, Standard Baidn,  l)o\vnie crrek. Smith creek, Gold*  stream,.Ground Hog Ltatin. work will  lie humming, supplies will be rushed  in and ore will veiy soon In* (.'ominf.  out lo the landing places on the 1 iver  at* no point more than six or eight  miles distant. XVe are not opening  ii|)i>n������ mining camp only or half a  dozen mining camps, but ������ dozen or  moie of mining districts, new Uoss-  lands and Nelsons and rondeaus and  Slncins. The importance of what, is  beinjr done cannot possibly be  exaggerated or over-cstimtted.  The fifth wave is about. to arrive.  Theie i������ not a point in Biitish Cultim  but today with better prospects for  the near future than Revelstoke.  Theie is not  ������.   Held   for   investment  development within our own power.  Unless this is done the Herald  ventures to say that when we com-  liience the real-work  of opening-iTp~  public ollicer who may demand  it,  proof of  vaccination, shall be liable lo the prescribed  penalties under the "Health Act."  Penalties under the"Healih Act":���������  /���������nTperson'u-hovioln.ie'* any oi'the provisions  of this: Proclamation is liable to a tine of fl!)0  fl.ntU.l-o fGi_*_>_*c_.-*iQ!i_ili*i'_imr������rlson_nent.__. .__^ _.  Daleif at Victoria this lfith day'of January"  A. D., 1S02.  TCuuninfT between Arrowhead, Thomson's  T.audiiit: and Comaplix, coinnu'iiciii'. October  1-lth, 11)01, will sail ns lollows, weallier permil-  tini;:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix twiecdaily���������10k. and liik.  l.caviiiK Comaplix and Thomson's Landing  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:13k and 12:l.-ik  Making close connections with nJX-C. 1*. It.  Steamers and Trains.  Tlieowners reserve lhe right innlimiKC limes  of saillii^s withoiiinoiiee.  The Fred Robinson Lumber' Co., Limited  IS'JS.   II.   No. 17.  In the Supreme Court of British  Columbia:  BETWKEX:  ;   ���������-������������������'    CIlAltLES HOI.TIC.V, et nl, 1'IaintllTs,  1'UANK VANDALl., ,t .MILLIE 1U.AC1C,  Defendant*!.  TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the Order of  lion. Mr. .lustice Martin made in Ihe above  action and dated January *J*Jnd, VJU2, there will  be offered for .sale nl PUHLIC AUCTION by  James Taylorat the ollice of the undersigned  at Kevelstoke, It. C , on SATuKUA Y.-tlie  Twentv-Secoiid day of l-'ebrunry, IUO'-', al the  hour o'f Two o'clock In the afternoon. All and  singular those ccrtnin parcels of land situate  in the < itv of Kevelstoke, II. c. nnd more  particularly descrihod ns I.ots .Number 9 nnd  111, Jllock-10, Plan Oil).  On said property is erected n good two  storey frame dwelling  'Ilie said property will be sold subject as lo  said Lot 9 to the rights of John A. Mnrn. his  heirs or assigns, anil subject lo llie incumbrances chareed ngninst thc snid promises  nnrtieulnrs of whicli may be obtained from  Frederick Fraser, Cnn,., Receiver appointed by  said Order, or from  HAIIYKY, McCARTKR it PINKHAM,  Plaintiffs' Solicitors.  Patcil 29th Jniumrv, A..D..19U2.  I'll UK   lii;S  aiKKTS  ALL THA INS.  1'IItST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION'.  UlfATKl)   HY  HOT  AIK.  HEASUNAUI.E  HATES.  Brown & Guerin, Props.  v. -  I.I/EOTKTC 131-XLS AND LTGIIT IN EVERY ROOM.'  IIOUHT.Y   STIIKHT CAU  lIl'li'K  ALI. THA INS.  HAH   irer.I, SUIT'LIKn   HY TIIK  CHOICEST*  WINES,   LIIJUOHS AND CICIAHS  '. :  H PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     I'M i TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  CHARI.E' i. FAGAN,  Secretary of l'������e Provincial Eoard of Health.  Bv Command,  J. 11.1"R������NTI. E.  Acting Provincial Secretary.  NOTICE,  TAKE NOTICE that 60 da>������ after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Co**aroi**������ioner  of Lands and Works for perm!������.������lon to eut and  carry away timber from thc following described land":]  f'ommenclns: at a po������t marked Pojrcr t.t  Perry's southeast corner j-ost-tituaie ulritil 2iiii  tfcl from Scott Creek, thenee west 10 chain***  thence north 140 chains; thencecast ������������������������) chain";  thence south 1(-*Q chains, to the placo of cnni-  mencement; containing 010 acres.  ROGKP. F. PERRY.  -  Goldfields. B.C., Oct 17.h. l'JOl.      Nor. G-U.  the Canoe River valley, we shall find  our efforts hampered and delayed at  ���������very turn by the present, arrangement, which includesaImo.it the whole  of tlie valley in Cariboo.  There are other matters-', not perhaps  of so much'immediate, i in porta nee to  us here just now, but still of consider  able interest, which have engagad the.  attention of other boards in Kootenay  and might well receive some discission  from our own. Such arc the depression  of the lead   mining   industry  and   the  attempt being made by foreign railways to grab enl.in* our vast resources  of  valuable  coal   in  Uie   Crow's  .Vest  pass.        The       statutes        governing | of  Lands'a"n<i '^''rk; /<>r I*'",1*'"'*/*", "',>"!r i  municipal elections ar������ badly in   need  of amendment, a   matter,  which   also  might   very   well   be taken up by the  board.     Altogether    there*   is   a   big  programme of work ahead, if the  new  exeontive council will only risp  to t.he  occasion and take hold of it.  Mortgage Sale.  UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the powers contained in  a certain mortgage which   will  be produced nl thc timeof:sitle, ihere will   be  offered bv PUBLIC AUCTION by James Taylor,  at the ollice of the undersigned at llevelsioke.  n. C, on Saturdav.  the  twenty-second day of  Februarv, A  1)., illOa.at tbe hour of two o'clock  in the afternoon, the fullowintr property,  viz:  *. portion of the North-West Quarter nfsicclion  Ten   (111), Township Twenty-Three U'.x), Hnnge  Six (6), West ol lhe Sixth Meridian, coutaininK  by admeasurement i:!8 and 01-100 aercs more or  -less^���������Said-propertv-boinR-sifuatc-n car-Craig--  ellaebie.   the   District ol Yale, 15. C.   On the  property arc one frame building and ham.  For terms nud conditions of sale apply lo  HARVEY, JtcCAR   EP. & PINKHAM,  of Revelstoke, B. C  Solicitors for Mortgagee.  Dated at Revelstoke, Jan. 'iSllx, 19IK.  CANADIAN  PACIF8C RAILWAY  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  .    EAST BO UN I)   8:20"  WESTBOUND 17:30  SOUTHBOUND    S:io  LIMITED'  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  pi:  I'o:  XVo h 1*.-.; porch mors for all kinds of metalliferous mines and pros-  ���������!/-;. 11:1 vl dusiiM Lo hoar from prospectors and others having property  sale. ' ''  Our facilities for making quick sales aro unrivalled.-  K jiii.1 im rep ii'ts; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Office.  THE MINE*5 EXCHANGE, LIMITED.  Nolson, B. C.  If. G. PARSON, President.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managing Director  !   ' NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that sixty days nfi������*r date  1  intend to appiy 10 the Chief rominis������inn*T  ...   Lands and  Works for p<>*riiil*".|on  to    'cha*c a parcel of land described as follows  Commencing at a post marked Alice I'd  ,  No. I   I'ost;   thence   '.vent  'JO  chains;   ilirni*.*   \fontr(,al and  TiOStOM   Sonli tochalns; thence Earn2-HIihIh-; ihenoe 1 *������-*jnirLai unu   uuxiuxx  S������oirth 10 chains to point of  commonccmenr.  This fraction of land commences North tit  It. I  K. Perry*.s pre-emption lollowin^ McKenxie-**; -\  Certificate of Improvements.  2STOTIOE  TOURIST CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL  Sundays,  Wednesdays, IV.ilays.  ine Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Go.  *    Limited Liability.     *  Carry n full and complete line of  . -  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Gins,  Ports, Shcries, Clarets, Champagne, Ljquero  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  'ii  i.i  .**-l  I'i  G>   Jit  North-We������t  more or lc**s.  Ooldfields Nov.--T. IM.  i-eroptinn lollowins McKenzie*.; *���������[���������_,.__������_  inc.   containing aljout &i a'*r#**. I   I OlOniu-  Al.lCri I'KP.P.Y.  lJec*4-lm  . .FRIDAYS  .SUNDAYS,  .and   VVEDNIiSnAYS  P.ulte. Silver Ilow and Ulaclc Iiiamond  Mineral Claims, ������ mate in the Lardeau Mining  Ilivlfion of West ..o'ltenay Idalrict.  Where Located: Near the Head of f.cxinir-  ton Creel.-, a tributary of fr'ish Creek.  TAKE NOTICK that I, A. P. Cummin", ns  A(,'cnt for the. Double Englc Mining Rnd Oe-  vclopmcnt Comjinnv. limited, of Ferguson,  B.C, 1-rci* Miner'" Certificate No. lil^il,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Pecorder for a Certificate  01 Improvement!", for tlie purpose of oMalniu^  a Crown Grant of the aliove claim.  And 1 nrtliorTnIic Notice that action, imdci  Section .17, nmst be commenced before the  lsslianceof nich Certificate of Improvements  Dated this twenty-third dayol January, A.II.  WO--'..  A.V. CUMMINS, P.L.S.  Feb. -V-lf  NOTICE  NOTIC'K is herehy ^iven that .10 rlay-i a,'tf;r  date I intend to apply to the chief Com-  mis"ionerof Lands an<l WorUn for permission  to cutand carry away timberfrom the /ollow-  Ina described lands:���������Commencing at a po-d  at the sonth-e������st corner of Roger ������. Perry's  pre-emption, marked "."ontheast corn*r of  timber limit applied for by V. .1. Ooldsrnith";  theuce west 10 chains; thence north ic/t rhalnu;  thence east III chains to Fish Creek; th*nce  followinu the mcanderinKS of Fish Creek 1C0  chains to point of commencement; containing  Glu acres,'more or less.  F. J.OOr.D'-iMITir,  Thomson's Landing, OetotK-r I6th. IO01.  3STOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICK tlint ������> days after dale J  iuicnit to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and \\ orks for permission to purchase,  thc following described lands:  Commencing at a post marked "E. McAdams'  o. 1 Post," situate closjt to the old line of  Hill it Ilrantford'.s pre-emption, Fish Creek,  thence norlh 40 chains, thence -.vest 'JO chains,  thence south 40 chain", thenee cast 'JO chains  to jioint of commencement.  fioldfields, .Ian. 18th, IWtt.  '���������.y. K. McAPAV.  Passengers ticketed, to. all  points  at lowest rates.  DIRECT STEAMSHIP  SERVICE  From Vancouver to ���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA    .  Full Information nnd  pnrtlculAM npplv  toN'earest C.P.R. Agent.  T. W. Bradshaw,      E, J. Coyle,  Agent  Kevelstok*.  As*In. Gon.  Passenger Agent  .Vancouver.  Write for our interesting books " Invent-,  or'd Help" :ui'I " How you arc swindled."/  Scmlttsa rou^Ii sketch or model of yonr in-?  ven Uot 1 oriniproveinent and we will tell you/  free our opinion :is to w lift her it is probably)  patentable. I-fejected cppUcctionB linveoften/  been siiccft^fulU* pton-eiiitd by ti*. Wc)  cotidnct fully ctfuippctl ninrcs in Montreal)  nnd WiiMiin^tmi; tliii.*tpiii'iika? ii1* to prompt-)  Iy ilisprilrh wotk mul qnicV!v *������ run* l'.itctits)  u>4 bro id .t* tin; invention. Ili^hc^l it,ftreuces)  furni-ibecl. )  Patent'* procured throtiBh Marion & Ma-J  rion rec-tvi* rp *clcl mit!co wiilmnt charge in 3  over io������ in-w-jjoji'.-rt' dt.'Liibutt.d lluoughoiit)  thc O niiiiifii.  Specialty : ���������P.tl**t t lusinsFR ol   Manufacturers and ICiiKtueei**.  MARION & MARION  Pa'.ent Expert- and Solicitors*   ^  ^f   New Vork Life R'ld'ic. riontr������������l <  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. -W;. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, etc.  to auy part of the oity  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  Allintlc IllilK.VV.BllfnKton D.C. I  3STOTIO.H3    "  NOTICK���������llint.-txtv ilii.-..** nfler <1ale I inten<I  io npplv to llio Cliier l-onimissloner of  I and*! and \Vorfcs for pc-rtnisfjon to purchai-e  33ineres of land ?iln������:eon tlie .N'ortbeast Arm  of'Arrow I.altc. in the District of West Kootenay I5C and described as follows:    !���������  (.'Jflimeiicing from S.)V. corner of'Lot 1141,  thence Vorth p_������tronomlcal 20 chains; thence  Wen SO chains; thence Fonth 110 chains an-  provimatelr; thence 12W1 chains North-  Ea������terlv to"iK)int of commencement.  "     - ,   FRED. ROBINSON.  ; eb. 5-tf C* U.SkEXE, Age t.  All order!) left at R. 11. SmytKe's Tobacao  tore, or by Telephone No." will receive prompt  lien tion. ' '    ,  Jas. I. Wbodtbw  BUTCHER  Relnil Dealer.tn���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Ete,  Fish and Game in.Season   All orders promptly filled.  ������?T������S������BS&. KBYBHS0HB, B.U. f/Ll  u.  I  Th'^ arthwestenvDeveiopment- Syradiea (e  U.Vi.TED  Cupltiil: .I.OIO.UIU in l,ui)U,l)tiU Shares.  Par vulue .1.1)0 each.  AU Treasury Stock.     -No Promoter's and no Preferred Stock.  Large Veins Free-Milling Gold Ore  First Allotment.    200.000 Sh.ire.-s now offered for 50c. a bharc.  ANDREW F. ROSENBERER,  Secretary, P.O. llox.TOO, Nelson, llii.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Ollieinl Brokers, lU\el-,loke, li.C.  fr  V ���������  xv  II  It  Xjl  V  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo  -BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is thc Terminus   of ��������� the   pioposed    Railway   already   surveyed  "via the Lardeau Creek with-" fork to'that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at thc base.of  the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.' ' -.  * CiRCLE CITY is 'absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining    Properties   now   under  Development. . ... ��������� ���������   .      ���������  from the  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������l'"inc  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AHD DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  ���������r. Itf  ... ���������*!  BRYANT & CiLMAM ������  PELLEW-I5ARVEV,  Mining lingince'rs  and Assaycrs,  VANCOUVER, li.C.      Established 18110  ASSAY WOrtii OF ALL DESCRIPTEONS  UNDERTAKEN.  ������ Tesn made up lo 2,110011)1,.  V A specially Hindu of checking .Smeller  .������ Pull'".  ���������J( Sninplus from the Interior by mall or  ^s expiess pioniptly niteiuled to.  g l.'oriuspiindonuu solicited.]  i| VANCOUVER, B. C.      "        ,''S  **************************  ' AMAZING MISMANAGEMENT.  ee  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches  We have tlie mime of making  the only Stvlish Suits in Town  ���������for durability* nnd quality  lhey also excel.  .TRY ONE  R. S.WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  Successor to 1). .lenklu*.  Jliinufuclurcr.s of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Ropaii-lnsr of Boots, Shoos  anil Harness, a Spoolalty.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.   ������������������'  Rates $i~a day.  Monthly Rate. '. ���������*,-  -  S. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  Which will be utilized next Season' by Concentrating- Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT'.ONCE  TO .THE*.GENERAL-AGENT,        . "   ������-  First Class Dry-Wood    ,  ili'livpi-ed in nny length .-  fm* C.ish.' ���������    -���������'.*  APPLV TO  I  Ferguson, B. Q.  n mma.i  f������  ARWELL- ESTATE.  The' choice lnnd   north   of  track,  LEGAL  M. SCOTT   J5 A., LL.ii.  Barrister.       Solicitor,    Xotarv  Kirsi Street, Itevclstoke.  *    Money to loan, _  Public*,   Etc.  >  between Tapping's nnd Long's, will  he  .subdivided for sale as  soon ns  possible.  RI. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B.C.  i'. O. BO  Red RoseDegroe meets second nnd fourth  Tucsdavs of each  month; White Rose ,Degrc(  meets third Tuesday of eaeh quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  O.K. (JROfiAX. HY. EDWARDS,1'  President. Hon. Secretary.  BEAUTIFUL  ���������UT).  ARVEY, M'CARTE^ ������k P1XKHAM   " .  liarristerc. Solicitors. Etc.  Solicitor** forliuj.enal Hunk of Canada.  Uompanv funds; to loan ntS percent.  ]*'iR5r Srni.ET, Kevelstoke U. O.  CHURCHES  Is the recognized  organ for nil the latest' mining news  of North  " P,u*ly  nnd vchiible*   g  =diitrict-will- f iiid-th(i=ooli;iiins ^ot-Uio-UEHAJ .D_t  information; _  Express ..Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.'  ^H.   Cook. - ".  Revelstoke RinK Co., Ltd  !XCTHOni3T CIIUr.ni, KEVELSTOKE.  Preaching *-ervices at 11 ������. m. nnd 7:30 p. m  Class meeting nl   tlie   close  ol   lhe morning   ,,-.-,.nsfrm���������������,���������iii  service.   Sabbath School and Uible Class at 3:'M | 3 to o and from S to IU.  Weeklv'   I'm ver   Meeting  e\.ery    Wednesday  evemriit   at 7:;!0.   The    public  are   corvtially  invited.   bents free. .    -__  Kev. C.'I -.dnei*., Pastor.-  Sk'atinp every afternoon, and evening   from  Railway Ne  special interest to li  w������ is also n .Specialty of.tlie HERALD and arLicl  Itiilwiiy nien'will also he. found Writs columns.  A  !  *' ' TUE HERALD otters advantaR.es in its total AVeeWy civculation  and tbe class of reader,,-wliich it readies, unparallelcdm tl.e, district.. U  appears twice to any other paper's once a week and is found in ������������-���������������>������������  of the wee-earning cliusses, the backbone of the business,of theid s...u.  Biirnessmen want their announcements to reach tho home  people  who  ST. l'ETEK S CHCr.CII, AXOLICAX.  1:1*111 a.m., llolv Eui'iiarist;*ll a.m., ma' -.vis,  __itnpv and sermon "fUulv Eucharist, lirst Sun-  dnv iirihViiibnth'jrartlo Sunday sc-hool, or  children's-service; 7:30 Evensong (ehornl) and  sermon. llolv Days���������The Holy Eucharist is  celebrated at 7 n.m. or S a.m , as announced.  llolv linptisin afier SundavSehooi at3:l.->.  ���������������������������-.-   c. a. i'i.ocunie.!, Hector.  The Public are invited to visit lhc Kink; no  charge being made for Spectator.*).  A charge of Me. will bs mW* for -Denting. ;in  the afternoon ladies or children l.ic.  Season Tickets maybe purchased al the rink.  Ladies-JS M, Genilemon-tl'i. Children $.1..  Good fof skating afternoon and evening, except special events such ns Carnival--, Hockey  \Matehe*-7=ctc, "     .--.-*-       ���������s=���������-,���������������������������-.* . -.  Now ready at  my  Studio,  views  of Revelstoke and vicinity,    Also  telophoto views of all ,tho peaks  visible from  the city.   They, will  he  upon   permanent platinot.ype,  ' the finest photographic paper pro--  curahle andahsolutely permanent,',*-.'  size 3x1, '23c., size -1x0, 50c.      Send ���������'  these to your relatives and friends  for tho New Year and * they will  have something of a true nrtiitic  value.    The   Studio   will   remain  open this evening till 22 o'clock.  In a letter written last October and  which-   appealed    in   tho   December  Tyickn'ien'.s  Advocate  Vice President.  A. IJ. Lowe,  of the B. R. T. of A., Inn  something to s,;iy "about  government  methods of running the   I. C. R., owr  which ���������iyi.luin'he.was making a  tour.  It    is    apparent    that-the   infernal,  buii'auci'atii: idea of-sacriiicing  everything in order to make a good showing  on paper i-s dominant in the Dominion  department   of   railways.      Common  sense,     economy,     efficiency,    every  feature wliich   appeals   to   a btisines.*.  man K cast to the winds so long as the  returns look all  right.     Here  is  how  Mr. Lowe, an old trackman,  says  the  men, 'who  have  the  business  of   the  Dominion   in   their   charge,   run our  only   government   railway.   No wonder   trains   cannot    make   time   and  freight   is.   falling   oil'  and hoth  endu  don't meet except in the hanky panky  cooked      accounts     dished    out    to  parliament and the public in  order to  make a big showing.  "The 1. U. Hy. is a well built road;  good road bed. solid masonry and steel  or iron bridges. It is being relaid with  heavier steel to meat the increasing  weight of engines and cars and fa������t  traffic, both freight and passenger. It  is very free from accidents caused by  hud track, showing here as elsewhere  that we trackmen know our work and  do it well.  But one of the things which amazed  me was to find all hands from St. John  to Halifax and Xciv Glassgow putting  in ties and surfacing at this  lat������  date  (October) and to learn that it was  the  rule   of   thc   road and that they were  not allowed to put in ties till after the  fust [of July.     Just think of the tolly  of it!     Whilst all other roads try ta  give us our ties in the fall before, so u������  to I'U.h them in just   as   soon   as   the  fio".t leaves  the ground, our brother*  on the l.C. Ry. must wait till July   1.   -  A*,   all   trackmen   know,   nothing   is  liniahe-d until   the ties go   in   and   Inputting   in   the  ties early in May and  June   all   olher*  work   follows   in it*  proper season: surfacing is all finished  by the last of September or very early  in October and the gravel is solid and  firm to   curry   off   the   water" which  comes   with   October "and November  Thus a dry roadbed prevents heaving .  of the trackn.nd   tbe necessary, slumming, which means useless expense and  gi'eati'is.k to fawt train*. Cutting weeds .    ,  grass'   and     brush    coma     in     their  proper l urn'ns  well as ditching.   By  itai-lingin properly with  the  tie*,  all  other work is done in season, whereas,  in the present case, all work is  rushed  into the last few months of the year.  Gravel   is   all   loose,  the October and  November  rains put  it into a muss of    ,  mortar,   the, track   rides . rough ._and  shimming has to be done,  destroying   ���������  hiilf the natural life of the tie, wasting ������������������  spikes, 'damaging   rolling   stock   and -  causing run oils.    And all to show a-  l.Mge stock'and so mariy'dollars worth  of ties on hand at the close of the fiscal  year,  June 30. - Just why  they could  not   let  the   ties   go   in and have the  samejshowing by puUing in  the item  "Ties  put  in tiack up to June SO" and  place the same number of dollar* to  rilESUVTElilAS"  CIICBCH.  Service everv Hundav nt )l a.m. and 7:30 p.in.  lo whicli all are welcome. I'rayer meeting nt  Sp. m. e\erv Wednc-dny. -  Uev. \V. c. Caldeb, Tastor.  r.O.MAS" CATHOLIC CHl'I'.CII.  Ma=s   at 10:'SU a. m ,  on   first,  second and  fourlh Sunda\s in thc mouth.  KEV.   FATHER   THAYER.  Hockey Practices. _  SENIORS���������Sloniltivs, Fridays hint Saturdays  from 10 lo 11. Wednesdays, from  7 to S.  JUNIORS���������Tucad������.\s fron-. 10 to II, nnd Wednesday from 7 10 3.  LADIES���������Tuesdays from 2 to 3."  -Curling every afternoon and evening.  their credit, is what I can't understand, '  but certainly, one of the things the  truckmen's board of adjustment must  fctrongly call thc attention of the  manaqpuient to is thi.s great expense  Lo the company and hardship to the  tt ackmon_of____t his^ sy_st*m__in_keepjtig_  back the ties." - '  ighly  Revelstoke, and in the, Kail way  ,        . ...      *        .  '  stoke "business.       '.,   '*, '���������       /  !i.:d Mining points,  tributary  toJSevol  01 JOB  - 1"!   _        S p.m sharp.  VUliInc hrelhr"n cordially in\lted  A. i   IIXSON. W.M  W. ti. lil I'.NEV, I'.cc.-SeC  PLENTY OF MILK .    'i  FOR everyone/::   ���������  Why poison your systems  using Conclcnsed.Miik, done  up   in  old   rusty tin.cans?  *    * I   C..     ' I '  when" you can buy purc^ ������'  SALMON ARM K!LK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  ������!'  H. .HOLDICH  ���������'   ANALYTICAL CHEMIST   ,  AND ASSAYER.  \\ floralSchboloi Mine*--, London.    Seven  years  '-MMorfa^Vort..,-Swansea. _ 1_7   jcars   Cine!  Craftsmen.  Kootenay din i.i">vii������ ������^, ������=*-������*"*- ������������������- _������������������.-������������������ .        ._  work with, but we know how to use tlieni.    Call and see our .Samples and .  you will perhaps be surprised to see the artistic and hmshed class of.work  which-we i;an turn out.    Prices graded'dowm to suit the'tnueP.   .=  KEW YEAR'S CAKES !  MEW YEAR'S CAKES !  FRUIT, PEEL,  GROCERIES  ' For people who like  to make their own  Cakes.  The "St. James' Gazette" of London,  England,   says:    "'King   Edward   has  stunned  society by placing the ban on  Sunday entertainments of every sort  and declined recently to leave Scotland  I'or London  on  Sunday."    God   bless  the   Ivinp;!     Would that his.represen-  lativc i" Canada had ns  much  regard  for lhe sanctity  for the Day of God !  \l is common  rumor in  Ottawa that  Siindny at Rideiiu Hall i.s a day for  all  kinds   cf   social   festivities    even    to  yiichtiiiK exclusions, paper eh'asws and  the like.  NOTICE Of ASSIGNMENT  .     H   EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  - DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  ���������   Furs Cleaned and Pefaircd. ���������_,,  JUST EAST OF PBESBYTERIAS CHI RCH  Third Street.  In Stock...  A Warehouse full of lirit-cln**!  Quality   SUBSCRIPTION PRiCEv$2 PER YEAR, IM ADVANCE.  TO   LET  Cottazc,   torrcr  Fourth   Street and Orton  j Avenue.     For particulars apply  l Foebis, The Mobont Back.  to   D. F.  Dec23*tf  Wheat, Oats,  - r Short,       Bran,  Hay,, Coal.  Prices away down for Spot Cash.  J. C. HUTCHISON.  NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN thnt Henry J.  Ilourne, of RevclMoke, British Colinnblii, and  I'rank II. Ilourne, of Nnkiisp,ltrlllsh Colunibin,  currying on liu-iiii-is nt Itcvelstokc, Xnkli**p  and New Demur a*, Ocnernl Merchants, under  the llrm nnme ol Ilourne Ilrotliera, have by  ileeil (luted the 10th miy ������������, .Inimnry, 100'J,  ii**signoil nil their nnd ��������� ach ot their rent and  pervinnl prfloorty whiyh miiy ho seized and  ������������������old uiKlcrexeeution. for the general benefit  nf creditors to Frederick Du^'Onil'i',' o'f llnro  street, Vancouver, Merchant, and Arthur  IVilllani Johnston, of WnLerStreet, Vancouver,  'Me-rchunt.  A meeting of tlie creditors "is hereby: cnlled  for Monday, the 2i)th day of'January, 1902, at  the hour of lp.in. at the nflf&e of Messrs. Si.  Grcenshlolds i-oii iS. Co., Water Street; Vancouver.  All creditor;, arc required lo file with Arthur  William Johnston, one of the Assignees full  particulars of their claims and thc nature ol  their securities, if nny, held .by them, an.l  notice is hereby given that alter the first da ���������  of April the Assignees will proceed to distribute the ai-scls am ng the creditors, of whose  debts or claims they ..shall have received  notice, and that, they will not be responsible  Ior thc assetsor any part thereof so distributed  to any creditor of whose debt or claim they  shall not then have received notice.  wmmwm.  U'I,ACES and BRAIDS  f3 A large range of roint f.acc,  d liuehe-Ki     nnd     llatlenburg  ������J - Braids,     Slam peri     Dcs-lgni-,  i������3 Stamped Linens, Embroider)'  VfK Needle-, Hooks, ic.  Vja Iterlin and Zephyr Wools, all  t-M .shade.**, .Slipper boles, Valeu-  SSS sciences Lace, Insertion.  J      Call at the , ,!������������������  a MADISON -PARLORS.  Dated this 1 llh day of January, A.D., 1902.  DA VIP, MARSHALL & MACNEIIL,  Solicitors lor the Assignees.  Misses Shcppard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oc23  ALEX. McLEAN & CO.  Agents for the  Mason &Jtiscli:Pianos 1  'OFFICE AT.      '  J. McLeod's Residence,  'SECOND  STREET,   EAST.-  REVELSTOKE,.B.C/ '  ! .  i   t  W  -p-  if mam  ,'!')������������������������������������  m  -J  \ ..  MISTAKES  May be nnide in wearing:  Chest Protectors  But yiMit* greatest mistake will  liu nmde in not wearing one.  They are a great preventative  ul' cold nnd nobody should be  without one when they can  ������eL them so cheap at the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO. Y.  All Sizes and Prices.  See them in om- window.  NOTES OF  NEWS  Ash Wednesday.  XV. B. Ponl returned from the l.'ii-  cleun on Sunday eveniug.  ' ���������Fresh eggs at A.N. Smith's.  Mrs. C. J. \Vilke������intends re-opening:  her kindergarten tbe first Monday in  March.  There will b������ service in St. Peter's  church this evening at* 7.;!l) followed  by choir practice.  There are i few mora cases of  iiie.mlea this week hut the medical men  lout i'or a second rush iu :i few days.  Thc Herald icgrets to learn that  Wright Poiritt. tha photographer, is  laid up with rhewnnlUni at the Orental  hotel.  .Miss Gertrude Nicholson,   who  has  l������*en staying with her sister. .Mrs.   \V.  Mower,  has returned  to her home in  lleoillewaat.���������Trail Naws.  Special services appropriate to Ash  Wednesday were held in the Catholic:  church this morning, most of the  members of'the congregation being  presBiit.  Lost.���������At the opera house on the*  night of the 10th, a steel grayjovercoiit,  with a* pair of rubbers ������nd a pair of  kid gloves in the pockets. Finder will  oblige by leaving same at this oflice.  D. tiallicano, owner of the stoi'a  between Mrs.Lauder's and the Madiir*  Parlors, has given D. McCarthy a  contract to pull back the present  building snd put a new one in front  of it. c  A meeting of the council of tha  Board of Trade will be held at 8 k. to  night in N6.'2 fire hall; to receive the  reports * of committees, instruct tbe  delegates to Ottawa and other  business.  ���������Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  M. Grady is extending an open  invitation to everybody to attend a  housewai-ining dance, which* he is  giving next Tuesday, Feb. 18th, to  celebrate the opening of hi? fine new  ���������hotel at St. Leon Hot Springs.'-  The ladies of the Catholic church  held* a meeting at the residence of  Mrs. C. .T. Wilkes on Monday when it  was decided to hold a sale of work in  aid of the church in the* early* spring.  The ladies are busy sewing and expect  to have a good collection of useful and  fancy articles.   '������������������ ~'  ���������Fresh  Groceries at A. N.   Smith's  3. E. W. Thompson, of the firm of  Morris, Thompson & Co., left by Tues-  dry'a train - for Kavelstoke, being  interested in some mineral properties  about 20 miles north of that town in  ' the Big Bend. Mr. Thompson may  possibly extend his trip to the Territories or to Winnipeg.���������Phoenix  Pioneer.  ' L. Ellerman, a professional electrician, recently of the C. P. R. simps  here, has taken iv contract from the  city to put onr flre alarm system in  ���������shape and starts to work on the job.  Mr. ��������� Ellerman was at one time in  charge ofthe fire alarm system in the  city of Copenhagen, Denmark. He  has agreed to fix our system up in  shape for the sum of 858.  We have lately imported  the choicest varieties of  tlie above in bulk, ancl  are selling at  75(. pgf ID.  {g) Highest   Award  at the World's   Fair.  :a?m?mromromimmm������mro?!ffTrow*2  DO YOU WANT =-*-e������. ^8  LUSVSBER^S^'S 3  RUBBERS. 31  ������������������o  We are selling them off at a liberal Discount.        ;^������g  DO YOU WANT I^S  ANYTHING IN THE'.** Eg  CLOTHING LINE ? 3������  You will find Our Store the Best Place to Buy. :__3  Our Prices are reasonable and our goods cannot "^  be excelled. -<*������  Red Cross  =^ Drugstore  y>>#^##^J^^������^>������������>>J^^^>������>J������.������_������.Jl  Brotherhood of Trainmen.  Tlie general committee of the Trainmen has been holding its biennial  meeting in Winnipeg during the past  week, the district represented being  the west division, extending from  Fort William to Laggan and Cranbrook. The business of the committee  was mostly relating to organization.  In the election of ollieers retiring  Chairman A. W. Johns proved thai, he  still retains the confidence of the  brotherhood ; he was re-elected lo the  chaitinatishipof the western division.  Vici'-Chiiirman CD. Hunt, Cranbvook,  secretary, A. A. Smith. Medicine Hut.  Other delegates present were: A. A.  niennerhassett, Fort;Williani: E. XV.  Johnston, Rat Portage: W. lirocU,  Winnipeg: C. Card, Brandon; W.  Simmington, Moose Jsw. Business  wus through and the comnnttie  dispersed ������n Wednesday.���������Voice.  Card of Thanks.  We tender our heartfelt gratitude to  the friends who have shown us so  much sympathy during our hour of  sorrow nnd tribulation, especially to  those who t)y thuir unremitting  attention at the beside of the late Jas.  T. Guerin did so much to assuagu his,  sufferings.  S.MIA1I  H.  GUKKIN.  W������i. M. Brown.;  Notice.  All members of the Royal Scarlet  Knights are urgently requested to  attend a meeting of the Chapter to ba  held at I.O.O.F. hall, on .Saturday  evening, Feb. loth inst. AU Sir  Knights, visiting or otherwise, wil  please accept this as a personal invi-  ation.  W, G. BlTtNEY, C. H.  NOVELTY PHOTOS  1 niKki* all stylos of I'imto Kutc<i:i*>,  Brooches. l*ins, I. c. V.-n* .Stnest ric-  !>ijjns.  I copy any _ilioto<?rH|ili or tintype.  You should  call-without (luliu*  r.ud  ait Ior some of those l-r-pul.tr  Union-Made Overalls  Boots and Shoes.  -������32  gr DRESS GOODS  In large and selected variety.     Ladies come and  inspect our slock before buying elsewhere.  Wc have a  large new shipment of the favorite-'  and reliable "EMPRESS SHOE" for Women'  just coming in; they cannot be beaten for Style,  .Comfort and Wearing Qualities.  Don't Forget that We Always Carry a Complete Stock  of House Furnishings.  CALL AND  INSPECT  THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  LAiVIPS  of all kinds  and  Crockery  jusj opened up.  ���������    A set of  CUPS AHD SAUCERS.  from   the   Foley  factory  ln  England, will suit you. -  SKATES.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  its i  If  w  ���������<4.  E    TAYLOR & GEORGE  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  ?iMMiMiiiimmuuiUM&tiitii&  STJlI&F   Kcuieinbcr:  a limited time.  PHOTOS  I will he here onlv  STUDIO:       TAYI.OI! DI.OcK.  HOWARD   KING.  . HOTOli._-.Al-m-.I-.  *"   THE   NORTHERN  ASSURANCE   CO.   -2  FIEEI!  OF LONDON. ENGLAND.  ***-*-*-*4f*1W**L**-4{**-****44r.4titrjt  AT THE FANCY  DRESS BALL  Gay Costumes and Lots of Fun  At the Quadrille Club Masquerade on Monday. A Brilliant Affair.  Tho fancy dress ball given by the  Quadrille club on Monday niglit was  one of the most* succcssf il events ol  the sea.������on and quilt" tho most brilliant  affair of the kind ever given in Kevelstoke. The costumes were muiu-i-oii***  and brilliant* ami the scene on.tlu* floor  of the beatilifully decorated hall was  very gay. The mii>i(_* was furnished  by the Kevelstoke orchestra and the  supper hy A. N. Smith. \  The following is a list, of the costumes:  Mesdamep���������McPherson, Cupid.  Forbes, Tyrolienne.  Sibbald, Italian Dancing Girl.  Taylor. Dolly Varden.  Scott, Wntteau Sbeperdess.  E. H. S. McLean, .Marie Antoinette.  Atkins, Queen Marguerite, of Valois  Didisheim. Japanese.  Holten, Bo-Peep.  RisUen. Carmen.  MeCarter, Pink.  Shaw, Delnrnn.  "Dunne. Mother Shipton.  Van Home, Rose Tree.  Ii. A. Brown. Scotch Thistle.  Hobbins, Maditma Pompadour.  Dupont, Spanish D.-inciup Giil.  Hughes, Rose Btieh.     .  Kincaid ,-Spri ng!  L. H. Buck, Summer.  XV. Winsor, OnilerilU.  F. H. Freiz. Evening Star.  W. G. Birney, .Sailor CirL  Blake. Early Spring.  Wilkinson, Flower Girl.  Kilby, Spanish Dancer.  1). E. Jackson. Gypsy.  J. McLean, Folly.  Koisrll, Lady uf20t.li Century.  M.-\nR.M()l.**kl.l.i:s --Stephenson.  South  ern Hello.  A. K������id. The Sqim**'.*. Daughter.  Winnie Daniel*,-. Slianu-ock.  f Union. Study in Scat let.  L'litiuen. Itride.  lioytl, Giiod-Luck.  CAPITAL AND FUNDS .1*38,365,000.  . REVENUE :     5.714.000.  DOMINION DEPOSIT        211.700.  ^gkezetts.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Revelstoke/ B. C.  7iiiiiiiUiUiiiiiiiliiiiMiiiiiMUUMiUiii  R. M.  Diilicloti.*. HDll  S'.irprlsinijly Pleiiiani nre  Mccormick's  CHocolates and Creams  lhe flavor l   11 nsnr pulped.  The r|iiallt>* ly the lx-.it.  The i/rli'i' the most popular���������  50 CENTS A POUND  nipped Almond**-,-..*., mul v.r. per Hi.  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  DriiKKlKt ������rid Stationer,  Brown Block. Telephone .8.  Clarey, Gypsy Girl.  Callin, It  is  not all Gold That Glitters.  S. McCallum, Purity.  Jean Orr, San Fny.  Jessie Ore, Aliss Li Hung Chang.  Shepard, Fairy Queen.   -  Hell and Dunn. Mimical Twins.  Smart,"Anne Holeyn. ' "'  Quipp, Liberty.  Duncan, Queen of Heaits.  Temple, Egyptian Princess.  Edgar. Maid of Erin.  M. McCalltun, Queen ot Diamonds.  Jones, Queen of Hearts.  Uolton, Strathcona Sister.  Fraser, Gypsy.  Spnrling, Helen of Troy.  Christeson,   and  Paulson,   Girls    in  nine.  Cao, Dolly Varden.  mf.sshs. ��������� Capt. T. E. L.Taylor  U. No. 5.  T. Downie. Oriental Prince.    ,  D.'T. Forbes, English Rustic.  XV. A. Foote. Hindoo Pi-incD.  J. M. Scott. Henri 11 of France.  Dr. Cross, Wang  XV. Winsor, Sgt  Garrison Artillery.  C. R. McDonald, Sailor.  Jas. Taylor. (Arrowhead) Mexican.  F. H. Fretz, German Dude.  11. Temple and C.  Cao,   Royal   Car.-  adians.  K. Dodd. Sairey Gamp.  B.   Atkins,   Flannelled-Fool   at  the  Wicket.  ~FrG:TBrown~CXLVaIit;rr-i" "'" lii='  G. F  RisLeeu, A Coon   Town  Swell.  XV. G. George, Incroyable.  Capt. D. Paul   Hughes,   Little   Dick.  Ilogaii Alley.  Arthur Crowe, Study in Scarlet.  XX'. Smythe, Prince of Honolulu. '  J. Callin, Little Dick,   Hogan   Alley,  R. Smythe, Oriental Pr;e.*������t.  Ai tii ur Smith, Prince of xiv Century.  W. G. nirney, "Man (YXV.M-'* Man.'  T. 0. Carey, Velvet Consticr,  ,K. E. Haiti ry, Louis XI v.  Vitn Home, Monk.  Geo. Ward, Xavy.  \V. C. Calhoun, Knight  H.J. Clarke. K. M. 11.  f). K. Jackson, Solomon Levi,  F. Hooley, Strnthcona Horse.  Dr. ffHorgP, Naval Itestrvc.  A. C. Hollow ay, Di'gnised Gentleman.  ���������I. Armstrong, Page.  3. Sumner, Cuban Admiral.  J. Fraser, Butcher.  It. S. Irwin, Knight  Templar.  ,   G. B. Brock. Sir Walter Raleigh.  Dr. Lazier, Cricketer.  J. II. Robinson, Black  Domino.  Amongst the .it-ei lutoni in the  gallery we noticed Mesdnmes Tempi*:.  Cross, Curtis, A. Solloway. C.it*rntlierp,  Clark, Wilkes. L. Solloway. Spnrling,  I'atmoio, Newman,' Bolton. Robinson; Misses Baker, N. Bukfr, H.  Leveqtte, E. Leveque. .Sawyer, Dunne,  K. Paget.  .f^3" UNION r=������Qr m  Cigar   Factory  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  Brands:   "  OUR   SPECIAL   and THE   UNION  Agents  Wanted!!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To represent the old reliable  London St Lancashire Life.  The Children's Endowment,  and ten paymeut bond policies,  etc.  Most parents " are. willing tn  give their boys a start in life  by taking an endowment made  payable at age 30, paying the  premium unt.il the boy i.s able  to carry it himself. "  , GEO. D. SCOTT,  Manager for B.C.���������Noithwest.- Yukon  Vancouver, B. C.  CT  or  HMHOHPWIWS  Grand Opening Celebration  I have much pleasure in extending an open invitation to  attend thc celebration of the  opening of my new Hotel at St.  Leon Hot Springs on Tuesday,  Pel). 1 Sth.  Dancing will begin at 8 p.m.  .HP^wiiir���������i��������� _ WI. GRADY.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL II.,        IMPERIAL FRACTION  AHD 8URPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  S:t ate in thk kkv>.i.htoxk mixing  Dlvinldii of West Kooleimy I)l*ttrli:t.  Wliere  I.ocalfrl:     On   Keystone Momitiilii,  Bit? Bt*n*l. no������r Downl'i.Crecx.  1    TAKE NOTICE  thnt I, tieti.  H.   M.Cnr  *r  I acllng uh ineli I (or J. I). UrHlnun, Kri-c Min. r'n  ! Ortinciitc   No. I). :t7M  ami for W. II. Vlekurt  Kree Miner'a Certlfiole No. liOHat,  Intend  lid  rlnv-ijrom the   date   hereof to   npplv   to   tin*  Mining Keeorder for Ccrtlfleatus of'Improve*  innnl*! for  the   purpose   of  obtnlnliiK   Crown  Grant*! of ihealxive rlalinn.  AND YVHTllKK TAKK NOTICE lliat acHon  undpr Section 37, mUBt I>c (omuicnfuil hi-roro  lhe l-iiUMioe of jiuch Certificate of Iinprovo  ment".  Dated this lutlidayof February. A.IJ. IMW.  P������b li-il Q������o. S. McOartor.  Kin������ Eiiwnnl he'll his Hrst leve-5 as  KinK yesteulHy.  Work h;is stiirted rebtiililing in  Pnterson, N. 3.  TheConsoIulntcd Copper Compnny  nf Pm ry Sound him hern org.uiii.ed  nnd will is9iie $5,000,000 in slvires.  One man was killed, one injured,  several cam liurned and a lot of live  stock slaughtered as a r������iult of a  colliiion of freight trains near lluyg-  ville. Pa., on ilonday.  ���������**  in  3*5^J  ACES and RrAIDS $  >y?  A lnrne ran^e of I'oint f,Rrc  Iinohe.HH anil llaitenlmri.'  Ilralds, Stamped IieiiKii"  HlBmpciI Mni-ni, Kmliroldcrv  Neodlcs, Hooka, Ac *  Ilerlln and Zephyr Wool, aii  nhadcK, Slipper Soles. Valcn*  Mclenccsl.ace, Insertion.  Call at ���������������������* ._���������  8$  ft.  MADISON :PARLORS.  Misses Sheppard & Bell  McKentle Avenue      oc23  w  <j^l  , FAIL AND WINTER SUITINGS i  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  very elaborate  variety of Fall and  Winter   Suitings and   you'll   find  workmen who are competent to make up any of thes  Suitings exactly to your liking. ' We dp not.employ  cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods  that   could  possibly depreciate our excellent reputation.    ' We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when  price is the sole consideration, .but when'style and  fit  and wear are duly considered, >we can and do compete  with all ready-made goods, and all other tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order!  J".   IB.   ajR/ESS^A-JSr,-���������    miMi  The  Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.    "'���������-.���������.  oe Sale  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  ut cost in orrier to inakt* room for  ��������� another large car of Furniture, which*  will he here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrange to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to turnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  I HAYB XT I.  The largest, stock of the laUst WATCHES,.;  CLOCKS, KINGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELR.Y, Etc.  My many years' experience enables me to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the public at reauonable prices.  WATCH REPAIRING A  SPECIALTY.   '  SIBBALD & FIELD,  ^LC3-B32STTS  ^OH  Real Estate .iff  C. V. K. TOWNSITE,  MARA TOWN8ITK.  OERRAKD TOWN9ITE.         CAMBORNE TOWNSITK,  PINT A1VIPI A T    -i C*ln������|l������' Permanent A Western  rill All til AL- \ F' ^f11,*.'1* Mortgage Corjioratlon.  ) ������' </.ail.^<*1!. M?'tg������Be Corjioratlon.  ( Equitable Saving* Loan aud Bulldlug Amooiatlon.  Insurance [;  -1  P    COAL FOR SALE,  !^)  ��������� >n|ierlal Hro.     Caledonian Flre.  Atlaa Fire.  Canadian Hrc.   Wercantllo Flre.    Northern Flre.  nuardlnn Ure.   Manchester Flre.   Great West Life.  Ocean, Acrldunt and Uuarantee.   Confederation I.He  .Ciiimdian Accident Assurance Oo.  Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCINQ.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Public.  KEVELSTOKE. II. C.  CHAS. AI. FIELD.  ���������f_������)  m  Wiped Out  That's what the man*  said who wasn't in-  mired. A small payment - every two or  three years would  have enabled him to  say  LOSS FULLY COVERED  INSURANCE      y  Optional with you, of coui-k.*, which you want to say, but wa  would strongly advise you to carry some insurance. Your card  will bring you full informationas tocost.  4  '*.<'  '������������������jf'i  ��������� V. 1  ���������f;  yi ���������  ���������0  LEWIS   BROS.  ���������REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS.       NOTARIES PUBLIC.  liVl  'St'l  hitt  m  A-l  1'S  i-{\  m  11  i  *3  ���������a


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