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 And  Vol    V.  No    103  REVELSTOKE B.C.   WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY  S,  190^>  $2 OO a  Year in Advance  Come and See  'tf**-****-^**^**'*****^^  100 Pis  Boots and Shoes  Men's, Ladies'.ancl Children's,  now selling at actual COST.  NO OLD STOCK.  These goods were all purchased  last season.  SHIRTS  SHIRTS  Save 40 per cent and buy your  Shirts no%v. * ������ '  We are offering a splendid line  of \V. * G. & R. and White  Shirts al th-i--above big' discount. . All goods are of the  Latest Stvle and Pattern.  HATS  HATS  crush m  ^JIS  i  Our bargains  in  Hats are  in  keeping with' above discounts.  The stock includes:  FEDORAS  BY BUYING AI  IHE PRESENT TIME  YOU WILL SAVE  BIG MONEY, AS  THE STOCK MUST  BE CLEARED BEFORE STOCK-TARING.  I hi W17    H itii.  3.S. REVELSTOKE  The new Steamboat, Which is to  Open up Communication With  the Big Bend, is tobe Launched  at Nakusp Today.  This morning a big crowd of  Kevelstoke people lel'l I'or Arrowhead on the  soutli train.    They were the  directors  of lhe lievelstoke Navigation Co. iind  a number of invited guests,   including  thc mayor ami city council unci   members  of the  board of trade, who wero  on their way to Nakusp lo  be  present  iit the launching of the s.s. lievelstoke.  which is scheduled to lake place today  NECK WEAR  We have a Beautiful  Line in  Goods at awav down figures.-  *tt4[4?*'*4r*rir+4r4f*4fr*4Hf4r4f#<t+*+6  on the arrival of the (M'.lt. s.s. Kooienay ut I hat, porl.    A sppcul rate of a  single   rale   foi^the   round   trip   wus  arrmfgod  with   the railway company,  which    bus    throughout    aided   ami  fostered     lhe     enterprise     in    every  possible way.    She was built on the C.  I\   15.  ways al-.Nakusp.   by  (,!. P. II.  shipbuilders from the model and. plans  of   Commander   'IVoup    and    she    is  pronounced by all who have inspected  her   to   be   a   model   of a river boat.  Nothing   has   been     spared    in    her  construction.     The   best of   material  has  been  used  throughout from stem  to stern, hor engines and'boilers aro  of special design and wei o built for her  by thc  Poison'  Iron   "Works   nnd   the  result is a   boat of which   licvelslukc  may he proud.    II is uufortiinate that  owing   to   the  great   -strike   of   steel  workers in'the .States  there  has  been  an   unavoidable  delay in  her completion.     Had  it been possible to launch  her in the  beautiful   Indian  summer  weather wo had in September last, as  was the original intention, the occasion  might    have    been     more    worthily  celebrated.    Rut lhc directors feel.that  even under January's leaden skies llioy  could nob  pass  over   a   day   of   such  importance to  the  progress' and welfare of lievelstoke, without some  kind  of special note. - ���������  Because it is a great day  for lievelstoke.   The majority of our   residents  quite .recognize this fact but e.vi.u they  -|ji'^>t.,ii.������iy - i.t.-.V-ii^ - ..--*.''?*!' -J,-. ��������� m t'.\iy .'Ziv  extent the moro fact of lhe construction of this steamboat'lo ply oil the  upper   river  has    stimulated  inquiry  with  regard   to   Big    Hend    mining  properties.    The Big  Bend  is one of  the oldest camps in tlie province and  there are numbers of crown  granted  claims up there, which have been held  for   years   idle   and 'unprofitable, on  account of lack of facilities   for triins-  noi't   and communication.     Many  of  these properties are hold by outriders,  scattered all  over  Ihu  continent but  who   .are    now   eagerly    demanding  news of the steamer and will no cluubt  be  Hocking iu   hero next year to start  work on  lheir claims.     Next season  will see a revival of mining industry  and prosperity in tho Big Bend, which  is likely to exceed   our  best anticipations,    lt has been a long struggle  to  got  things  where  lhey are today but  the  s. s.   Bevelstoke   will   help  us lo  make a bi^ stride in  the direction  of  progress.  Thc service's of the board of Irade in  this respect are litlingly recognized in  _tbc_=___in v.ttittion ���������i___cixli_,ndoi_l___. l_o______the_  members of that body lo be presenl.at  the launch today. The invitation  rends :  Bevelstoke, Jan. fl. l!)02.  C. I-:. .Shaw. Esq.  Sec. of Board of Trade,  Dear Sir,  Arrangements having been completed for the launching of thc. s.s.  Revelsloke at Nakusp on 'Wednesday,  the Sth inst., on thc arrival of the CF.  R. boat from Arrowhead, A cordial  invitation is oxtonded������hy the directors  to the ollieers and member.- of the  Revelsloke board of trade to attend  the launching.  The directors recognize Iho material  assistance they derived from tin*  efforts of the board iu pressing upon  the authorities tho ncc-o-b-ily of  transportation being provided by  steamer on tho norlh river in order  that the I-iig Bend distiiet and ils  riches mny become known to investors  and they are now glad to be enabled  to announce that after many unavoidable delays, they have completed a  steamer in every way . lirst class for  the service requiied.  Yours truly.  Tlie Revelstoke Navigation Co.. Ltd.  Per Geo. S. MeCarter,  Sec.-Treas.  Today marks Iho commencement of  a new era for this place      It   will bo a  good   plan   for   us   all   to   leave our  wretched  little  tinpi.t jealousies and  squabbles behind in Ihe'oblivion of the  ono that is past and carry over to  the  new account only a detcrmii ation  to  work   together shoulder to  shoulder  for the welfare and progress of Revel'  stoke and North Kootenav.  Acknowledged With Thanks.  II. lxiughead has received a communication from the. ' limincial  secretary of the Ij. O. L. Vernon,  acknowledging the receipt of $V1  money subscribed by friends in  Revelstoke, for tho relief of II. J.  Macdonald who recently met with the  accident to his eve,  A Worthy Son of the   Empire.  Thu Worthing, Eng., Cnzette contains Uie story or a brave young  ol'ticer, Capt. Percy Field, cousin of C.  M. Field of- Kevelstoke, Capt. Field  rose fiuin trooper in the Natal  Mounted Rifles to the command of a  troop in the .Scottish Horse in seventeen months. lie has been three  linie*. ineiitioned in despatches, once  for bravery in the Held at the battle of  Waggon Hill, dining the siege of  Ij'1-.lysiuilli, when he wus badly  wounded while carrying despatches,  once for carrying n wounded ofiicer  from the (i"ld nt tlie buttle of Lombard's Kop aiid recoil'ly for work don-  in '-dealing Kloop nt Mngaliesberg In 1  ���������September. He has been twice  wounded aud once '. taken prisoner  while rendered insensible by the fall of  h!s charger which was hit by seven  Boer bullets. He is now enjoying n  well earned furlough at his home in llie  old country.  B. of L. F. Supper.  On Friday evening last a complimentary'supper was given ut the Climax  tiy the lievelstoke locomotive firemen  to Ed. 'Austin and J. Lidnor, the  Pacilic division delegates ofthe li. L  of E. nnd Ti. L, of F. grievance  couimitli'es respectively, on llieir  return from (he meeting of,j lhe  committees in Montreal. Fireman  Joe Cillan was chairman and about 25  members nf ihe hrotherhood and their  guests, including representatives from  lhe other railway otdcrs. sat down to.  an excellent supper, the cuisine and  s-.-i-vice of which reflected greatest  credit on Ihe management of lhe  Climax. After the good things provided for thu company had been  disposed of a very plcisanl evening  was spent in speech and song nnd the  occasion wn's one. which will he  regarded wilh an enjoyable memory  by all present.  Election of School Trustees.  To the Eicclois of School Trustees of  lhe City of Revelsloke :  At lhe request of a mini bet* - of  citizens 1 beg. to oiler myself as a  candidate at the loi-ihr-oiuiiig election  of School Trustees, if elected, it will  lie my object to soeure for the children  tiie best that can lie ��������� un'orded, as  regards both instruction mid accom-  iiiodiilion.   *     -       * *  ... j- , j   ^r-~,w -,1~.-...-'_^ -,. H i-:miv Floyd."  Revelstoke, Si. O.Jan. 7. 1902.  ������  _   .    Clearance Sale.  Furniture goods must he sold at cost  in order to make room, for another  large car of furniture, which wil! he  hero shortly, call in and see if we can't  arrange to supply you, now is your.  opportunity lo * I'i r.iish cheap.���������Thj  liovelslokeFtirniture Co.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  Grant Hall, master mechanic, went  soulh 011 .Monday morning.  Kii'iminn C. F. Willis is leaving the  C. P. It. and is going Ic. Spokane to  woik.ini lhe. Great Nm them.  Mis'. Grant Hall and hei lillle  daughter and nit-re returned from the  coast lust week and nre at the Revelsloke.  Car Inspector 11. I'arsons ha-* quite  recovered' fiuin his long siege of la  grippe and went to work ou .Monday  morning.  Rrny McClelland, who has been  breaking on the Vernon branch for  some time past, iu loiving for  California.  Thi't pile driver was rushed out to  the Citibank just beyond Bear Crock  yesterday allornoon, a snowslide  having knocked one span of a steel  bridge crossing a little tributary of the;  Beaver, out of place.     ,.  3.3. XX- intoi'son of T.icamo eliocled a  settlement wilh Ihe Northern Pacific  hist .Friday 011 payment lu him of  $10,500. Willi ci son is tho brakeinan  who wns injured about a year ago nt  Rainier, losing au arm and ciip'pling  ono leg.  Engineer XV. IT.. Evans has just  received promotion froni the Canadian  Pacific Railway Company, having been  appointed Travelling Engineer of the  Pacific division vice Robert Mee, who  has decided to go back again running  the engine.���������Inland Sentinel.  Tlie-   Jjriitherhood      of      Railway  Carmen   of -America,'   Trail    Lodge,  No. 101   elected   Jas.   Hartington   as  chief,  carman   and   W.   Mathers   as  secretary   on   Saturday.     After   the  election Uio members entertained their  visilo'rs and friends at a supper at   the  Hotel Kaiser.  '-1 ,  - The high winds of tho Crow's Nest  Pass/iiie traditional, but it is not often  That rra.i.-y.u*** stopped by theili.~   Tiie  other day.   however,   such   a. perfect  huriicaiu* was  blowing   thnt   a   train  had to  bo stalled at Cowley for some  time,   the   engineer   being   afraid   to  attempt lo cio.=s a high  trestle  bridge  in lhe luce of Llie gale.  A Montreal despatch says that Gen.  Supt.   Ma'i pole   was   in* that city last  week taking part in tho annual  conference of the general superintendents of the 0. P. R. company, al  winch the improvements lo ho made  diiringlhecoming season are discussed,  liis understood thai the improvements  west of Winnipeg will bo very heavy  next slimmer.  The Pennsylvania, railroad has  endorsed the Delaney system of  telegraphy by means ot which SOllO  words can bo transmitted in one  minute, while under tho present  arrangement011 nearly all railroads  not much more than 1200 words may  be sent in one hour. By it.- use onu  wire eau bo mado to do the. business  I'or which fifty are now necessary.  The Santa Fe is making experiments with" a new air brake  iillni'lunent. '.he invention of Engineer  (iosse, of that road. By nn aii'inge-  111 cut uf valves the. signal pipe is used  to supply a continuous high pressure  in tlie brake cylinder and this problem  long worked ever by inventors has  been solved, since the Weslinghoiise  brake is not capable of an incessant  pressure and is for tliis reason unreliable on nijuntain grades.  Railroad mon in the "West arc  watching with apprehension for the  results of the General Managers'  Association meeting held in Chicago.  Through the press it wus announced  thai tho General'Managers had under  consideration tho equalizing of tlie  wages of the railway employes  throughout thc country. 1 n the AVost  the men receive from 10 lo 12 per cent,  more wages than iu the East, and  they certainly do not wish their wages  equalized with those now paid on  Eastern roads. If, as wns announced,  it is intended lo raise the wages nf the  men in the East, of course lhe  movement will be hailed with joy by  railroad men everywhere.���������Railway  Employes Journal.   ,  The Week of Prayer.  The week of prayer commenced in  Iho Presbyterian church' on Monday  night, with a good- attendance. Rev.  Mr. Lidner gave' an address 'on  Confusion of Sin, followed by singing  and prayer. Last night in lhc Methodist church, Rev. Mr. Calder gave an  address on the home. Tonight the  Yueet'ilig is'iii ruu'j?iOSliyl-:i:.v.vt-'I.i,.neh  and iir. Ladner gives the addiess on  Christian Missions. Tomorrow night  iu thu Methodist" church Mr. Calder  will speak on Colleges and Schools  and nn Friday night Mr. Ladner in the  Presbyterian church gives an address  cm Tc'.iiperarice. The meetings have  been excellently well attended by  deeply attentive and interested con-  giegiit.ions.  POBLIC METING  tr  a������!i  Never before have \vc made'such onslaught on prices. New, Fashionable, Seasonable  and reliable merchandize will be sold in many cases al a mere fraction of their former value.  This means a'big .loss to thc Company.*  THE" BT6t:"K^TO"ST~i3Ti"^  every Department, so great.that they.will wash out buyers mistakes and clear out  thousands  of remnants and-forgotten tilings.    The power of clearing- lies in lhe prices. * rgS-^Rcad them:  Ladies' Jackets���������S3.CO.  Black Beaver, regular $4.75 and $5.50.  I'"awns, grey ancl  black,  all   this   Season's  goods, regular prices from  $10.75   lo  $12.  Sale Price   SS  Children's Jackets and ulsters Half Price.  Ladies' Furs.  All new,  stylish   goods,   wil  gardless of cost.  be   sold   re-  Ladies' Blouses.  Regular lines at $1.25 and $1.50, will clear  at 75c.  Black Sateen and figured  Lustre   Blouses,  Lined.      Regular at"$2.;,o and 3.50.  Sale   Price.  S1.75  Children's Dresses.  In Cashmere, Flannclletc and Serges���������all  sizes���������reduced to half price.  Lace Curtains  A few pair of odd lines of regular goods at  S2 and S2.50.      Sale Price per pair. . 75C  Men's an-dLBoy's Shirts.  $1.50 Men's Navy Blue Flannel Shirts  75c. men's black sateen shirts  90c. Boys' navy blue flannel shirts  ���������75C  .50c  .Goc  $ 1-men's underwear, sale price 75c  $2 and $1.50 odd lines in men's  undershirts, to clear "! $1.00  $1 men's heavy winter caps; sale price.40c  Flannelettes  A few pieces of flannelette in fancy stripes;   .  Regular-price Sc! sale price 5c  *>   :_ g  Shoe Bargains.  "   Ladies' Fine Dongola Lace or Button Boot  medium weighty well made.   Regular $2.50  . ���������sale price. . . .*". *$2.00  Ladies' line Dongola Oxford slioe,,macliine".  sewn sole, well made;    regular $1.75;   sale  price     $1.25  Ladies' Golf Capes.  Ladies' Golf   Capes,   extra   long,   regular  S'.vSo; sale price :--.VJ..$10  36 in. Unbleached Cotton, good" heavy  weight; regular 10c.; sale price . . . .8}4c.  36 inch Bleached cotton;    regular.. .. '. 10c  Mali  Orders  Promptly  Solicited.. 1  tf44L***������**+������C**44[4f4f4(*4**4lm' ������_^*^*^*-r*r.r.r.r������*W'.C,C*^  A Lively Discussion on Matters  Relating to the City and  Public Schools by Members  of the Council and Candidates  There was a fair crowd assembled  in the ..pern house last night ill the  public meeting called by the Mayor.  Miiynr liiowu was elected tci the chair  and called on lhe city dei k to read  the lliiii,ii<.iitl statement, whicli will be  I'liund elsewhere iu this issue.  The Mayor then said that his action  during the past year was bcl'ou. lhu  ratepayers. Tliey all knew what they  had dune and whivl lhey had to contend  wilh. ll. was very essential for lhe  ratepayers lei put thoir best men  forward. If thoy did sn Kevelsioke  would show up well wilh ni.y cily iu  the province. Tlio smallpox expenses  had prevented much work being done  in tin.* city during the past year, but if  tlie council h.-id not done a  great deal thev had uot put  the cily into debt and he  thought ihut iu the matter uf ils  inpehU'dncss Kevelstoke would hear  comparison with any city iu the  province. The meeting was now open  I'or llio ratepayers to thrash out any  questions, which they felt, like discussing. .  T. Sweeney suggested thnt Iho  aldermen and candidates for l!Xl__  piesent tako lhc plat form and Aid.  Abrah.-iiuson, .McLeod and Nellie and  Air. 11. Manning came forward.  II. lid wards inquired if tho other  .-ildermcn had sent any reasons for  lheir unu appearance, to wliich lhe  Mayor replied Unit ho knew of none.  Prohablv it wiis an acquired habit.  Aid. Nettle was the first culled on.  lie snid Ihe meeting hud been called  by i he Mayor, but no invitation Ind  been extended to the members of the  council lo ho present and it was quite  at their discretion to bo present or  absent. Tliey had heard the statement rend. It' any ratepayer took  any exception to his share in It he was  ready to del'en 1 himself against all  odds.  Aid. McLeod snid ho was present to  iinswei for liis share in the past year's  work. If ihey had not done much  work ia all events they had not come  out behind.* ...  Aid. Abrahamson said it was unfair  after a public meeting had hten called  through lhe newspapers that all the  aldermen and candidates were not  present. If anyone-had any., question  to'ask hi lib he \voti hi be only too glad  to'give .'to answer.  - Thos. .Sweeney then w.is called to  the plat form, lie said he was not  there as an alderman or candidate but  as a ratepayer and he would like to  hc.-u-flhe (ildeiinen give an account of  themselves and the candidates get up  and say why thoy came out ancl what  they aie piepared to do. Revelstoke  should have good men on the Council,  but he did not think .they had had  good men last year iind he did not see.  any on the platform. The good uieu  did not seem to come forth, for what  reason he did not know. There must  bo -something wrong.  H. Manning said he was a candidate  for Ward One and hoped to be able to  do his part as a servant of the ratepayers with less jangling in the  council thau'was tho case last year.  Tlio town had been buncoed ��������� on the  waterworks deal and but for aldermen  MeLeod and Nettle, he doubted where  the - town would now stand. As a  candidate ho was there to listen and  lind out whatthe grievance., were to  be attended lo in 1002.  J I. lyl wards thanked his Worship  and Aid. Nettle and Abrahamson for  their work iu tho past year.' They  had done a good deal more than the  gentlemen who were conspicuous by  their absence. In considering the  work of the past year ono was struck  hy-tlio���������flic tr��������� that��������� nothing���������hacHieen���������  dono. Tho man who would have done  something hud been hampered by  those who did not want anything done,  unloi-s it helped themselves. It was impossible to discuss' tin; financial statement fi om hearing it rend from the plat  form. A committee of citizens should  investigate and report cm it before it  could he discussed. Thc citi'/ens were  in the dark as to the waterworks deal  iind certain alderman had simply  taken seats in the council in order ti)  shove it through. At some meetings  these men were very prominent, ut.  others they wero ab������enl. Mr. Kdwards  commented on Col. Tracey's rnporton  tho waterworks and electric light  plant iind the steamboat bonus. Jit:  did not include the mayor in, his  criticism, whom he considered' the  most able man we could have at tlie  head of afl'aiis.  T. .1. (ii'uhiini w;w the next speaker  said lhat live months after the bylaw  had been carried lo purchase the  waterworks and electric light plant, it  was discovered to be illegal. Whose  fault, was this? ile had failed to find  in tl'.o municipal act any clause whicli  made the bylaw illegal; Another  question was whether the expenditure  in lhe smallpox epi.lemic was unavoidable or not It had not been pioved  that it wa*** avoidable. He was not a  candidate for the council but fur school  trustee. It was rumored that hp had  been the cause of getting Mr. Sullivan  dismissed, Ile challenged any man  to come., forward and make the  iissei lion. It. had also been thrown up  that he had let .Mr. Lindmark get the  better of him in the matter of the  SSINjO grent for the new school. He  had been keen to get the $8000 this  year. The minister of education had  refused to put up a, brick building.  The proportion was then made to  hold over the SSXX) till next year to  which hej was opposed considering a  bird in the hand worth two in the  bush. The new act called for the  voters for trustees to have tbe same  qualifications as for mayor. Ladies  could not vote except they had property. Trustees have now to meet  once a month.  [CONCLUDED IX NEXT ISSUEj  m  ���������Read C.B.Hume Si Co's. advertisement in this issue for bargains in  gents furnishings, boots and shoes.  ft"  t  m  ,** - *\  i* -'7%,  i. yy ���������v-  Il.^Mfl_-_.W������-*is������i<i������*������M*,.^..  ay������:.l.:t-..ri:, >-,....',,,....-..-������������������'-������������������������������������'���������***^  ^vblol\t ijeralil ami ^[ailwaa  ^[en's Journal,  I'll bushed liy  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  .MiuiiiKliiB llirci'li.r.  A Semi-Weekly .luiininl piililiilicl in tlio  iiiii-rt'si.** of llu- riiilwtiy tiu-n. iiiiniii;; iiu-n ninl  liuvlni'>< ineii in" llu* We-it. Hays nf I'lililii'tcliun  Wfi|iie.s.l������yiuiil Siiuinlay.  AI1VI1II1I.SIN-Ci   ISATK.S.  |.i.*������plny mis., tl..Till per ineli; siii(;lr* column,  5-* p.'i* ineli w lien iiiHortcl cm titli* |ui*-x*  l..-*;iil mis., 10 cents per inch (niinpiiiii-1) lim*  hn* ilr-,1 luserlloii;   ii c-eius for eni'li  mlilliliiiuil  Insert ion.   I ill notice*. 10 cents per lino eneli  I--IU-.    l'lrtli,   Miirrinitv   ninl   Heiilli    Notlei-.s  free.  M'BSCIIUTIOK  1UTKS.  Ilv mull or enrricrj ti por ami "in; t\:2'i for  Llx 'months, .strictly in iiilvunce.  OUR JOB  UKPAIITSIKST.  Iifinu nl the host equipped priming unices in  tlu: Wt-MlHiiil prepuri-d in cxeinili* nil kiwi** nl  l.riiillu*. fu llrslrluss style nt honesi prices.  One price to nil. So Jnli too liirBe���������none ten  .���������mull���������for us. Mall (inlers promptly nucii'leil  in.   Hive us ii trial on yoni-next order.  TCI COI-.l'.KM-OXIlKSTS.  We Invite ciirrespoiiileiii-������ im nny sul.jei-t  <i( inter.'-l to the nonernl inililie. In nil nisei-  Uie hfniii li.le inline nf the writer must nei'oiii-  puin* iiituiuM-rlpt, hut not nuci'-i-iiirll*-' Inr  piihilciitloii.  Atl.li**.'**-* nil eoiiimiinic-Htlons tn the Mmui^er  over Ihe misgovernmeiit .Spanish of  Cuba, though it would he a dillicult  inn tier to show how it really concerned  the people of ihnl country one iota. If  Ihe president uf the United States had  solemnly declared lhat all the Cubans  could ever expect froin lhe ropiiblc  was a moral support and that nuclei  no lirciuiistanies would his country  bleak their treaty obligations ,by en  g.iging in :t sympathetic win, Gen.  Weylor would be html ing Cubans olY  Ihe face of the earth lo this day.  The HiiiiAi.n] does not assert that a  sympathetic strike or any kind of  strike is a thing lo bo lightly or wantonly entered into. Like war, lhey  are the last resoit. Hut lhe position  lhat on no account should one union  ever engage in a strike in sympathy  wi li anothor is not a tenable one.  Hoth individuals and nations are  occasionally compelled by a higher  law than tho law of conl rucls lo inler-  fere iu mutters which do not directly  concern lliem. There seems In be no  reason why a union should beany  exception to tliis rule.  NCIl'IC-V: IO COKKKSroMIKNI-s.  1.���������All i-orrc-spoiiik'iH c must he legibly  ������ linen on one si.le of the piiper only.  2 ��������� CoiTCspr.niluui'o cnntiiinint; personal  mutler uiii*-L he sIkuuiI with llie proper uiiiiil*  oi'the writer.  ,ii. K.illlOC.AN,  K.lltor.  Wkdnksday, Januaiiv 8,  1002.  of a Lifetime  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  Tlie foundation should be laid by buying Real Estate in the new Town of  Situate ris-lit at the Doors ol all the Famous Fish Creek Gold Mines.  TIIE MUNICIPAL CONTEST.  SOME FACTS:  Next week will see the election of  a new mayor and council for the cily  and the first election of school trustees  iindei the new system. The lli-:ii.u.i>  would seriously urge upon llie ratepayers the necessity of making a calm,  unbiassed choice without passion or  prejudice of the very best men among  the candidates, who present thcinselv s  for these position. There are grave  and difficult matters, which the cily  looks to see the next council handle to  a finished result. First and l'ui'oiiuist  is lhe matter nf fire protection, the  urgency of which was lhe chief reason  for incorporation, but which afier  three years of municipal government  is still in a very unsatisfactory condition. This matter iu ils various  pliasesof tin adequate supply of water,  reorganization of our lire alarm  system iind the vexed point of the  central fireball will keep lhe new-  council well employed for sonic time  to come. But the city expects to see  the council of 1001 settle tbis matter  once and for all. It is too serious to be  pnt oir any longer. -  With the new council ar.d school  howl the city assumes the financial  control of its own school system. We  shall now have, with the aid of a  government'grant of ������20 per head ofthe average daily attendance between  January aud July, lo foot the bills for  maintaining the cil y schools. We can  have just as highly certi (ion ted, efficient  nnd numerous a si .ill'of teachers, just  as completely equipped and furnished  classrooms and in future years just its  fine and convenient buildings, as we  choose to pay for. The nsw position  is ,iu onerous une and will call for  very judicious and public spirited  handling by sc-hnolhoaid, council and  community alike. There are great  opportunities under the new system.  There are also great responsibilities.  There is ,i possibility of a grave failure.  XVe want the very best men ww have  got in both council and schoolboard lo  lav    the    foundations    of    our  civic  FLFTJCEN minulop  walk from Main St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to the mouth of the big  ">,���������"> 00 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne-Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR OPPORTUMTY is now io buy at the  bottom figures and you will get the advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  Some More Facts {%?%??  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Grou^  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a hot u  other properties that will advertise the Fish Ceek  Camp, in B. C.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to  the  Famous Kva, Imperial and Oyster Groups.  S VMPATIIETIC STRIKES.  tin iinolh������r page is reproduced a  long extract from a sketch of the  career of Chief Aithnr of the 13. of L.  .E��������� which is taken from Ia'sI'iu'o Monthly for January, The whole article is  well worth a careful perusal, i'l'lie  chief is probably the best known and  sometimes the best abused of all  the recognized labor leaders on the  continent. He lias fought hard and  that too at a time when the principles  of unionism received but a, scant  measure of the popular approval and  sympathy accorded to them today. He  has placed his org-inixiition in such a  position that lhc corporations themselves recognize its value from a purely  business    standpoint    to   themselves.  His success as a   leader has been  most  remarkable, the more so when the fact  is remembered that his methods have  uot always been  palatable to the organization of which he  has   been   the  head for nearly thirty years.  It* must be confessed  however   that  there is ,a weak point in   Mr.  Arthur's  armor.   His organization is not dubbed  '���������aristocratic."   because   the   members  are temperate, thrifty and attend  to  their own business, ns the article, from  which we have quoted makes him   imply.    These    excellent    virtues    are  professedly    the   aim   and   object   of  every    secret    society    in   existence,  though it must be confessed  that  the  engineers set an example of practising  what their obligations preach, which  it would be very well for the members  of ol her fraternities to follow.    No one  dreams   of  blaming   them   for   then*  things.    It is the aloofness, from other  unions, of which Mr. Arthur is such  a  sturdy champion, which draws on   the  brotherhood the reproach of an aristo-1 ec{nc.a-innil| iyslem   .���������.oa'c,   and   deep  cratic  attitude.    Now.  it   cannot   ���������������*���������   It wiu be very easy   and   exceedingly  denied lhat the reason  on  which Mr.   hal.mfn, U)   .,���������0,T   lh���������   new   relations;  between the council   and   schoolboard;  -to degenerate���������intr*���������-peti-ine.**���������-;i ml 3  friction, which   would   destroy   every -  INVESTIGATE  AND  YOU  WILL  BE  PREPARED  TO TAKE THE  CHANGE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  i  ���������  Hupb    LidWv SOi  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Arthur    bases .-his   uncompromising  position   against     interference    with  (ity oi Revelstoke  l'PIJMC NOTICK is hereby, given to the  Electors ol the Itcvelstokc School District tlmt  I require the presence ot tht; snid electors .ut  my ollice in the City of Eevclstoke, on the llith  iluv of January, 190.!, lit 12 o'clock noon, lor  the purpose of electing persons to represent  them as School Trustees pursuant to the provisions of tlio "l'nbllc Schools Amendment  Act, 11101."  The mode of nominations of candidates shall  lie us follows:  The candidates shall lie nominated in writ  ing, the writing sliall De sub->uriueil by two  voters of the school district as proposer and  seconder, an.l shall lie delivered to the returning officer at anv time between the elate ol  this notice and-J p. in. ol the day of nomination: and in thceventof a poll beinit necessary  such pull will l.c opened in conformity* to law  cm the llith dav of January, 1D02, at Tapping's  Opera House, on Second street, In the City nl  Kevelstoke, and kept open between the hour  of eight In the iorenoon and the hour of  four in the uftcrimnn, for takiiifjandrecording  thevmciof the electors, of which every person i< hcrebv required - lo take notice nud  govern himself Accordingly.  The persons-qualified to be nominated ancl  elected for I ho oflice of Scliool Trustee shall be  such ������i are householders' In the School district  and are British subjects ol the full age nf 31  vear-i and are otherwise.qualified by said Acl  io vote at an election ol School Trustees in  sald School llistrict.  The persons qualified to be nominated and  elected as aldermen of Mild city shall be such  per-mns as are male British subjects of the full  a*-*e nl tweniv-one venrs and are not disqualified under anv law", and have been for the six  months next preceding thc day of nomination  the registered owner in the ..and Registry  Oll'iec, ul land or r.-al property in thc city of  the a������ses������ed value, on the last municipal  asie-*smeiit roll, of five liundred dollars or  moro, over and above any registered incumbrance or charge, aiul who are otherwise  qualified as municipal voters.. .  Kvery candidate nominated shall signify, by  a writing accompanying the nomination  paper, his consent to such nomination, except  in CK-s-* such per.������on be absent from the municipality when "uch ab-ence -diall be slated in  the nomination paper.  Oiven under mv hand at P.evelstoke, this 2Stli  day of Dcc-cc-.ber, 1901.  CHAUL'S ER3KIXE SHAW, .  Jan. <*-i. Iteiurning Ollicer.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Ituniiing between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Lauding nnd cjomaplix, commencing October  Mth, 1IIU1, will sail as follows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  nml Uomiiplix twice daily���������10k. and 10k.  Leaving Comaplix and Thomson's Landing  for Arrowhead twice dally���������7:1.1k and 12:1.1k  Making close connections Willi all C. 1". It.  Steamers and 'Trains.  Tin* owners reserve the right tn change times  of sailings without notice.  Tho Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  i*'iti*:i*: uus Miois'i's all tha ink.  KM 1ST   CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  HEATED HY HOT AIK.  ItKAUO.NAUI.K  IfATliH.  Hotel Victoria  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELIOCTIUO nRLLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  Laces and Braids  A large range of roint Lace,  lliichess nud llaltcnbiu-g  Urnids, Stamped Designs,  Stamped Linens, l.mbroiderv  Needles, Hooks, Ac. .  llcrlin ami Zephyr Wools, all  shades, Slipper Soles, Valen-  siiieiices Lace, Insertion.  Call at thc_  pm*  sag  ���������p  ���������SS5  MADISON PARLORS.  other    people's*    l.'ibnr    troubles    unci  p-irlieulurly      against,      sympathetic  itriietfs is a strong one.     A contract  is  a ronti act whether it is made  between  ,-i union aiul a  railway corporation  or  between  any other  two parties  tu an  nfjreeinent.     The   union   expects  the  railway   to  live up to their biile of the  contiatt   unci   the   rr.ihv.-iy   naturally  1ooU*j   for   the   union   to >lo the *������aine.  Mr,'Arthur'* contention that by --trik-  intr as lon.s as the compnny is keepinct  up to tlie letter of thesehetlulns, which  hnve been arranged hulwei-n theni ami  the  union,   thn  contract i.- broken hy  the employe*,.     The argument' is. Rood  np to a certain point but to push it   tu  the  lencjlh  nfas.sertinKaHMr.Arthi.il*  hai- lieen reported to assert that under  no circumstances would tiie B. of L. !���������".  iiv������r engage in  a  .sympathetic strike,  in   pushing   it,   beyond    what   it   will  legitimately  bear.     The  principle   of  minding one's own business  is   au excellent one. but    tlie law   of   the   land  erog;ni'/.es  the fact that under certain  '  conditions   it   is   lawful   nr   rather it  makes it the iinperiilivu duty of a  citizen  lo interfere in  matters which do  '  not. personally concern hirn at all.   Mr.  Artlmt's    theory,   if    pushed,   a.s   he  pushes   it,   to   its   logical    conclusion  would prevent any  etfectivc interference on the behalf of lhe weaker and  oppressed    community   at  all.    The  United States broke a. contract in one  l!  tense, when thc country went to war  with Spain over Cuba, Spain wan  doing nothing to annoy the States.  She wat. fulfilling every treaty engagement lo the lettei- as far as tha  republic was concerned, But ft*w will  s.iy that the popular sentiment in lhe  States was in the wrong in ils altitude  "NOTICE7  benefit, which a Inrge  minded,   public I  spirited policy must   inerilabli* darive j TA!>E   NOTICE, that .CO,days jitter, dale.,1  from them.    The IlCT.M.D hopes to s������e j Jj ~- R,vay ljin)wr ,--���������*,���������- th���������  ,������������������������������������,������������������ ���������es-  j    I -,\ r. r.     .-.\ji,./r.     uidl    w    .,i.j;i     m,ti    i,<>,..,   .  I    intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  I of Land*- and Works for permission to cut and  men elected both   on   tlie  boHid   and   crib.ul land*  Commencing   at  post marked Tcogcr F.  council det���������,���������ii.cd In ,ee sivh a policy j J^^^^^'SJ^^rVffi^  nii'viil ' ' tlicnce nortli IM chains; Ihenceeast til chains;  iJI        i thence south li>l chain*", to the placu of com-  -^���������������������������^���������������������������       ,. j mcncciiient; containingC-10 acres.          t, , liOQKR P. I'EIUtY.  Golilfields. B. C, Ocl. 17ih, 1001.      Nov. 6-tf.  |f  Misses Sheppartl & Bell ||  r������OT McKeu/.ie Avenue      ocK!      ^S  IHIOIMIIG  G-XLO-WHT  'J 110 VK!ry  bcM-uii  thc mnrlcoL* Uui  including:"  Potatoes,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also first quality of well cured  XItno:th jl_Ha&,  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROWLE,  Itevclstoke, I!,  C.  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  IIOtritLV  STRKKT CAR  jii*:i-:ts all tkains.  IIAll  Wl.l.l. SUI'I'LlKIl 11Y TIIK  CHOICEST  WINKS,   LKJUoftS  AND CIC1AK3   ^|^^*^^s3S3i_S__!^iS_5__/^/^i^(j  m  *n  & CO'Y.  BS  m  Wholesale  ind Retail Dealers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     Ml) i TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  XXTe hive, purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines und proi-  pj.-ts. and desire to hear from prospectors and others having property  I'or sale.  Our fa-'ilitie.-i for making quick sales are unrivalled.  Sjnd us rapirts; alio samples of ore for exhibition at our Oftlcie.  Box 700.  TH ERMINES- EXCHANGErtlMITED;  Nelson, B. C.  If. fl. I'AKSON, Vru-ildcnt.  Endless Supply of Coal in B. C.  \V.  ().   Miller,  ci!'  si-rvii i* and   fuel  aj.i.-nt of tin* !'*i< ifii-divi-ion   of  the  C, !  P. II., p.-i**ci*d   thi'iuii;li  Winnipeg   l.mt |  wt'fle on his wav (o .Moul i-i'nl. j       _ ermlssion to ].ur-  Ilia   lirit-f   interview   with   the  Tele- j c!in*.c a parctil oilmd'l'-scrlljed as follows:  TAKK NOTICK lliat ������i.ttv dnys after dale  I  Itlt.-lld to npi'ly 10 tie* l.'lliell.'oiilTillssloucr  of   Lsii'lv Hiid  \S������ricn lor re      '"���������  "  lht  f'<>mincnc!iii- at a jio't mark.-.'. Alice Terry's  No. 1  Post;   thoncc   u������_*st   '-tl  ehnins;   tlicnce  v.i     I North tOclialns; *.h**nrc Ka-t "Mclialn*.; tlienee  .MUlli- i Solll|, uj eiiahi"  ���������(ru ill     .Mr.    Miller     -,iid     I ha  prosperity of M.initolia and the* .miuii- is<.;nIIl Mj eilai��������������� ln r,ofnt ol  ������������������oinmen'remcnt.  , ,     , ,   ,. '       i i This fraction of land f'eir,iii"iir.-*������. Norlh of   li.  WOSthi'd   crossed   tn-   mountains   nnd    K.iyVrj-s pre-emption_lolIo������ln?  McKenzie'.-,  penetrated firitish ('oliiiuhia and   that  inconsequence, the F'dcific division of  the road had done a record amount of  btiMiies.i during the past year.  "Have you a car &hor(.-i������t. in  Mritit-h Oolnmliia ?" queried the rc-  pnrter.  '���������Well, I shouldn't niy a fur short-  a������p, hut I will admit we have a  superabundance of most everything  going, and this has caused a rondition  of affairs similar to 'that which yon  have here."  ".Still you have no coal troubles to  deal with on the coast ?" again asked  the reporter.  "No. We have .\n apparently  endless supply at Fernie and at  Canniore, which supplies the wants of  the eastern part of the system, while  the Vancouver mines do the rest."  Mr. Miller snys there is no further-  news with regard to the propoje.I fast  iteaniship service with Australia and  the Orient, which is to he established  next year.  North-W(.*-.i   I.lue.  ���������e or 1*!**������.  rr.iitainlii^ about bO m-m*.  c;..l.|.'i,*l.l*., Nov. 'jr. .'/ji.  ALICE I'Klil'.V.  Hei- I-I ni  UOTICE  NOTICK in hereby given thp.L ty) 'Uyy after  flat*; I Intend to Kpplv in th*; Chief Cnm-  mi^Ion-^rof LAii-i-* ami Worlf- /or |^nnJ"**loii  to ftitan'I carry away tirn^rfrorn the follow-  injf fl*!srril������*;rl faiKl*:���������Commencing nt ������. po^t  nt tii*s sooth-east corner of Ko^er ������. PerryN  y.re-emption, markM "rnwiUfwl r-ornir of  timW limit applied for hy F. J. '���������oMxmitli";  tht'ii^e west 40 chains; th^nr*: north IW chains;  th-f nro Cft.������t 10 chains to F!-h flrflok; i\nmiui*-  foUowInx thomftan-rierinKi of Fl<ih Creek W)  rhHi'n.s to poiut of ���������rornrn'inc'Mnfint; contafnlnK  fi-to vtf*r^s, more or Jess.  F. J.f.OM'^MTTH.  Thomson's I-an*Iirig, October i^th, 1'jOI.  On Front Street, is again open to  tin: public. Meals served at till  hour.-..  A. REBUCHESE,  Prop  The  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE  KASTBOUND   H:20  WESTBOUND 17:10  .SOUTHBOUND    S:io  TOURIST  CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL DAILY  Sundays,  Mondays and   Fridays  Montreal ancl Boston���������    _   FRIDAYS  Toronto���������-  .....SUNDAYS,  ....and   WEDNESDAYS  City Elections  To the Electors:  TIaving lieen reciuesteil liy a large  and influential lxxly of the ratepayers  to come out aa a candidate* for mayor  at the coming elect ion, I beg to solicit  your vote nnd influi*nc������ in that  contest.  XI. .1.    O'BlllEN. I  Passengers ticketed to all  points  at lowest rates.  DIRECT STEAMSHIP  SERVICE  From Vancouver to���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full lnformRtion anil particulars apply  toNe&rc.it C.I'.K. Agciu.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Kevcl-itoke.  E, J. Coyle.   ,  Assist. Gen.  Passenger igent  Vancou-rer.    M. J. O'BRIKX, Managing Director  Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  Carry a full aiul complete line of  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Gfns,  Ports, Sheries, Clarets, Champagne, Ljquera  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  |fiKS=s' We are prepared to make up single cases of Wines  and Liquors for the Christmas season.  Call and see them.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.j  A challenge  Wc challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give 10 good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, et������.  Clo any part of the ������lty    o .  Vi  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  AU  order!) left at E. M. Smythe's Tobaoto  .tore, or by Telephone No. 7 will rcceire prompt  Mention.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Staioa...'.  All orders promptly filltd.  ^l&WS.. RBYBHBOSH.B.ff.  i *  '. ,1  ���������"������������������11  -1 hr*  Northwestern Development Syndicate  I..SV19TED  Capital:'.f1,0d<i,lil)n 'n 1,0(10,W)U Shares.  I'nr viiluc ..l.oo eneli.  All Treasury Stock.     No Promoter's and no Preferred Stock.  Large Veins Free-Milling Gold Ore  First Allotment.    200.000 Shares now offered for 00c. a share.  ANDREW F. ROSENBERER,  Secretary, l'.O  llox 700, Nelson, n,C.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Ollieinl Broker.*, lievelstoke, B.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.1.  CIRCLE CITY  is thc Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed'  via the Lardeau-Creek witli. fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY  is beautifully situated at thc base of  the  Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks. ^  CtRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  Development. . -  ', Which will be utilized  next Season by Concentrating- Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  g. b. batho;  Ferguson, B.*C  Is tlie recognized organ foi- all the latest mining news of Jfov'th,  Kootonay. Particular attention is paid to .securing early and rclial'le  intelligence from Uie newly discovered Free .Milling Gold Camps nn Fit. li  River and from the placor and quart'/, mines of the Hig ISantl and district ���������  in the immediate 'vicinity of Itcvelstokc-*, such as Ulct-Ulewnel, Albert;  Canyon, Jordan Pass and Isaac Creek. Next, season will witness a big"  revival of certainty throughout North Kootenay, and miining men and  others desirous of-gaining the eai lies', and most authentic news from the  .district���������will���������finiU-t he-.c:oliiiiins_oLUie^JIEKA_l_/l_)_t heir- -l.esb. source . of  information. ' ���������  Rnilway'^V.vs is also a. Specialty of the Jl Etc ALP* and articles of  special interest t<) Railway mot... will also he found in its columns.  AS AN  i nm  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   11 A., I.L.I1.  llnrri-ter,      Solicitor,    Xoturv  First Street, itevclstoke.  Money to loan,  Tub lie,   Ktc.  J-JAItVliV, M'CAKTE-J ,fc NSKHAM  Barristers. Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors lor Iiiiiierial Hunk ol Cnimclar  Company luiuls tn lonn ntS ner cent,  I'll'.iT STHKr.T, Itevclstoke U. C.  _'     CHURCHES.. __  mi-.tiiooist riivr.m, kkveiatoke.  Preaching services Rt 11 a. m. anil 7:30 p. m  Cla*-.*. niceiing ut the close ol the morning  service. Sabhiuh School and Bible Class at S:3U  Wceklv l'r.iycr Mecuug every Wednesday  evening at I'-LM. The i.ubllc are cordially  Invilc-l.   Sealsi'ree.  Eov. C. I.ADXEK.raslor.  .ST. PETERS CIIl'IIClIi ���������ANGLICAN.  Kight a.m., llolv Kucharist; 11 a.m., ma' *.-.*is,  '.itanv ami sermon (Holy Kucharist lirst Sun-  .ilay iii the inontli): 'i:Jo Siuulay school, or  cjill(lrcn'_s service; 7:30 Kvensong (choral) anil  sermon. Holy Days���������The iroly "Kiicliarlst-is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or S a.m., us announced.  11 oly lluptism alter Siindn*,* School atll-15.  c. a. piioc.X'NiEi:, Hector.  I'RKsBYTEniAN   CHUl'CH.  fkirrioe every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:.T0 p.m.  to wliteh all are welcome. I'rayer meeting at  Sp. m.MVcrvVi'e.liicsdav.  Kev. w. C. Calder, Tastor.  KOMA.S-  CATHOLIC CHURCH.  f.t 10:*'*0 a. in ,   on   first,   second  THE HERALD oilers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  and the class of rt.ach.rs, which it reaches, unparalleled in the district.     It  ajipears twice tp.any other paper's oncu a week and is fuamtl in the horn es  of the wage-earniiig classes, theMiackhone of the husine ;s of the  district.-  Bti������:nessnicn want their announcements to reach the  home peoplo who  have the money to take advantage or their olVers a-nd  lhu homes a nil  families which reader it, necessary for thorn to spend it.    No other class of  circulation is of nny use to them.   These are the kind of people who make  ui> a hig proportion, of our   Subscribers,  'peoples' with   homos,   families.  employment and interests right at home,  the  people Revels! o������fce  mei chants want to get at.    A space in our advertising columns, judiciously mid  i  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every  home*  ii  lievelstoke, and in the Railway a-.nl Mining points,  tribi-lary  to  Ki-vel  stoke business.  M������"5        -  fourlh Siujilav.i in the month.  KEV. I'ATHEK THAYER  antl  SALVATION   A1IMV.  Meeting every night in thetr llall.sn Front  I ..trcet.  from tlio  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  -i-i--i"!":-i'-i**i-t**t"l*+*l-V"l'*t  0  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & GiLMAN  Mining Engineers  and Assuyei'.s,  VANCOUVKK, ll.C.      ilhtabllshed 1R0O  A8SAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  TesU maili' ll)> to 2,000lins.  A *|ici'!iiliy iiia.le "I cheeking Smelter  I'lllpS.  Samples Irom lhc Inlcrlor liy mail or  express promptlv aUL-iiiluil to.  ijorrmpi.n.lonee Millc-lieil.) ������y  :. VANCOUVER, B. C. g  ���������f.***+*+**������**t*f*1'-I'*-f**l*'l*'-l***t*T'+  ��������� o  '.Successor to 11. .leuUlns,  Muniilac'lin-era of  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing, of Boots, Shoos  and Harnoss, a Specialty.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  Certificate of Improvements  It-TOTTCE.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is bettor than riches '   We have the name ol making  the only Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for durability anil quality  tliey also excel.  .sbbb-���������*-. TRY ONE  RS. WILSON  ���������  Next the McCarty Block.  fluid lllll Mineral Claim, situate In thc  lievrlMuke Mlnlni; Division of Koolenny District.  Wliere. Loon ted:  McUulloush tjrecls  lu (.round Hog   lliiMii, on  TAKK NOTICK that I, 0. II. Hume, I'ree  Miner's Ccrtilicale No. II, 478119, Intcinl, sixty  ilavs from the ilatc*. hereof, to apply 1������ 'lie  Mining Uecorder for a Certlllcate of Improvement!., for llie purpose of obtaining a Crown  (.rant of the ahove claim.'.  Ami further lake notice that action,  under  Mri'tlon   117,  must bu commenced  before    the  issuance of tuch Certlllcate of Improvements  Dated ihis-ltb day of September, Iiml.  ii. 11. 1U1ME.  Oct. 11���������tf  rs  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  First Glass Dry Wood  delivered in any lenglli  for C.sh.  APPLY XO  John SCernaghan  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  n Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The choice land north of track,  between Tapping's and Long's, will  he subdivided for sale as soon as  possible."  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C,  ]>. O. Box, MS.  SOCIETIES.  Express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's' will be promptly  attended to.  ������������������������������ H.  Cook.  GO TO ~~**xmczsz^ -  1 :m::r,!3_ Xj_A_tT:b:E]:R,  Tor your Christmas Fruit and Hon.lions.  '  Chocolates, 40c. to 60c.  Candies from. 15c.  FAXCV   BISCUITS.     OIUNCIliS.    LEMON'S.  TOYS AND FANCY, CiOODS.  Mackenzie Ave.- Kevelstoke, B.C.  Revelstoke Rink &-, IM*  *y*L  V  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdavs of each mouth; White Hose Degree  meets I hircl Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfel-  lo������s llall.   Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON, HY. EDWARDS,  President. Secretary.  BEAUTIFUL  MOUNTAIN VIEWS  KIcntinfi everv urteriionn  S to 5 and from S to lu.  find evening   from  01 JOB PRINTld  Gold Range Lodge K. or P.,  Ko. 26, -Revelstoke, B. C. -���������  McH'ti- everv Weclimsdny in  0(ldr������ll.->wsr Hull ut. S o'clock  Visiti:ic KniRlits invited.  \Jf!OW>-,  C.C.    ���������.���������.-���������:���������.    '���������  \ Jl. Lewis. K. of R. & ������.  The T'nhlie are invited to visit Ihe Kinl:; no  charge Loins made for Spectator*,.  A charge of2.'.c. will ho made for skatin*'. In  the Hi ter noon ladles or children 15c,  Reason Tickets may he purchased at Die rink.  Ladles f 3 fid. Gem lemon .jr.. Children**!.  Good for skatin-* alteruoon and evciiiinr, except special events such as CnrulviiN, Ilockcv  Matches, ete,  Hockey Practices.  PKNIORS���������Mondays, Friilnvs mid Pal 11 nliiyn  froiniotoll. Wediiesdnvs, from*  7toS.  JCNIOnS-Tucsil.ijs from into 11, nnd Weil-  neiidays from 7 lo 8.  Now l-uitclv ut. my Studio, viuws  of Revelsloke! and vicinity. Also  tcloi'.liolo views of all tlie peaks  visible from the city. They will  -lic-uptm���������iiei'iiiiiiipiit-iiliitinol-ypo,���������  tlie linest photographic p.'ipei' procurable and absolutely periiiniienl*.  size* .'ix-1, 2iic, sine 1x0, i'iOc*. Hcnd  those to your relatives and friends  for t lie Xuw Yc-iil* and they will  have something of a true aitistie  viilup. Thu Studio will remain  open this eveniiiK till 22 o'clock.  l.i>slii'\s.MonL!ily for.f.ciinnry contiiins  a highly upprc'ciiilivu ch'tracter sketch  of Chief Artlitir of the 1!. of I. 13.  from which the followint; iiuereslitu;  exlriicts are taken :  "U seems sIi-hiiro today, when the  uiiiiil' of Arthur is a synonym for  conservatism and the conduct of :i  lalior union without strikes, to know  that hu was elected to the poi.t he now  holds by lhe war patty of the Brotlu-r-  hofnl. It is still more strange to know  thnt for Ihe Ilrst ten years of his  leadership he was almost constantly  eiiKajj-ed in h-ndiiitf his men through  one hittur strike aft'-i' another and  '.hat his name was execrated as 11  radical and a demagoH'.ie and us one of  lhe dangerous men with whom frightened capital hud to contend for tlie  proleclitui uf its rights lo control its  own property.  "If necessary to the utulerstanclint.  nl the man and of his success as a labor  lender to realize, however, that lm is  no advocate of passive submission and  thn I, if he is no longer called upon lo  lend his c-ne;ineers to battle, it is  licciuise a loiif? period of defeats has  tniifrht lhe ineii ancl corporations witU  whom hi* bus lo deal that it is far  mine piolilabht lo ronriliitle than to  niiliimoni'/e him."  '"Artbur llien came to lhe leadership  of the Hrotherhood   when the  oi-i;aiit<-  ���������/.nl inn was still in   its   infancy  and  he  has   been   identilied   with   it  ancl his  name hns  been   the   synonym   for  its  name for llie entire aclive period of its  history.    l*'or over I wo decades Ai tinnitus been the Brotherhood to all intents  and purposes, so entirely  has the confidence   of   his men (jiven oyer to him  the power of   direction.     Ho hau hail  opposition, that,   rose   at   limes to the  proportions   of   a storm.    Again   und  again,   when     the    time   of   election  ���������  approached  minor has been rife, that  this   or lhat rival was at last in a position to overthrow I he "Czar" ancl take  his   place   at   tha   head   of the order.  Time mid again, when the  hour came  to call  tho roll of the convention, tlie  apparent strength   of,the   opposition  melted  into  the  air  and a unanimous  eleciion gave to the veteran lender the  endorsement his continued   successes  have richly deserved,  "The public life of Chief Arthur has  been contemporaneous then with that  much of the history of his organization  which really counts. As the details of  lhe early struggles of lhe order matter  little to him who trie* 10 study its  position today, fco tlie details of the  then unknown, quiet, capable engineer  nro haul to associate with the sturdy  culture'.! old gentleman, who sits in  the splendid oflice al the headquarters  in Cleveland, Ohio and directs the  policy, which has born fruit in so  much success to forty - thousand  engineers.  "Today the Brotherhood  is spoken  of  as   the  aristocratic   labor    union.  \Vith oven more truth   Arthur can be-  called the aristocratic labor leader. He  lives in a splendid   mansion  on  Cleveland's   most    famous     street,   Eucid  avenue.     Among   his   neighbors   are  men, who own the railroads, on which  his engineers work.    Servants relieve  his home life of the petty cares that  breed irritation in pooter .houses,    liis  wife,    still    beautiful,     in    "spite     ot  advancing years, is au admireddeader  of tiisbion in the most exclusive society  of   Cleveland,   the   society   in   which  Miss Ruth Hanna. thu daughter of the  Senator made her debut   and   wherein  the   ladies   of   the Rockefeller family  worked as hard to win their {places as  the   head   of   the  family   worked   to  make  his    enormous    fortune.     The  daughter     of     the    Arthurs     reigns  unquestioned as a belle.  "A kindly, modest old gentleman,  with riiddy"fnce, framed in white huir  and the white chin whiskers that are  naturally associated with the benevolence' of grandfatherhood, a frame of  generous proportion, as erect as in tlie  days when he peered through the  night over a difiieult piece of track,  his baud on the reversing lever of his  engine. Tbat is Arthur. Tlia eyes  are blue and kindly, sparkling with  native wit; his mouth broad and  sensitive, always ready to expand in a  good nutuicd smile. "This is the man  whom one expects to see when he  thinks af the conservative labor leader  who does not sirike. This is tlie man  who says : "Kcmeinber always that  the burden, of a strike fall6 on the_  women ���������fiul'cliildrenT-^Our-flrsrdutv-is"-  I.AD1ES-  Curl!n_!  Tuesdays Irom 'i 10 ll.  every ailcrnoou and evenin  Is the completest in the district foi* appliances, material and  Craftsmen. Our work speaks for iteeir. No other office in North  Kootenay can touch it, because we not only have thc tools to do good.  work with, but we know how to use them. Call and see om* Samples and  you will perhaps be surprised to see the artistic ancl iinished class of work  which we can turn out.    Prices graded down to suit the time.*--.  LOYAL  '<������������������  ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.'  V*2u!ar -j.������*liur-s are held in  lht  (   tfrtlcllov'eilhif-oii the Third Fri-  V.   y of tw?} ;i*.oul.'i. et 6 *o.in. sharp.  v,    ���������Mitt' i-rrxbrea oor*31all������ iuvited  W. G. BIKSEY, Ilcc.-Sec.  Wright Porritt  A  H   HOL DICr-I  *'.     ANALV-VCW:; CHEMIST  AN1-7 Aa^>AYER. n  'jAimlcm.    Seven  NEW YEAR'S CAKES!  NEW YEAR'S CAKES !  Claims esa'niined ua.d.rfc.iwtcd upon.  Ferguson.  B.C.  H. EDWARDS  TAJXIDERMIST.  PEER HEADS.   UrRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Fcts Cleaned A-nd Pejaired.      ,.���������,.arir  J CST EAST O*' P1*XSBYTEP.IA>  CIILRCH  TUlrf Street.  FRUIT, PEEL,  GROCERIES  For people who like  to make their own  Cakes.  A. N. SMITH  Write for our lntcrestin-* l>:������oks '* Invent.  Ior'5 Help" and " How ynu nre swindled.*1  'Send us a rough sketch 01 model of your in*.  Ivcnlioii or improvement and wewillicllyou  Ifree our opinion into win tlici it Npiolnbly.  Ipatentahle. Relucted applications have often,  Ibeen Micccssftillv prosecuted by tn. We,  (conduct fully ccfuippe.l rfiiccs 111 Montreal,  land WaehiliRton *. lln-i<|iialifics us to prompt-,  liy dispatch work and ���������i.iickly secure l'liU-nt-i,  |as broid as the invention. llif,hcsliefereiices|  I furnished. . t  1   Patents prociirc.1 tliroiiRh Tklanon & Jia*>  trion receive special notice without charge 111  lover 100 newspapers distributed throughout  ithe Dominion. . .   ..       c  I   Specialty:���������Patent 1-j'iress of   Manufae-  Iturers ancl Engineers.  MARION & Af ARION  Patent Experts and Solicitors.  ^Offices*   *   N������wVj.rfc_Li.fc_B'lil,it, nont_real<  {  Atlantic BIdjr,Washlncton DXJ  ���������p. I  line  WANTED.  WANTED���������By a man aged 43 who is in  pesse*.*5ionofa good trade and $3,000 capital,  CorreFpondenee with a maid or widow,  between 10 and 50, with a small capital, with a  Tiew to eoinit into business and matrimony.  Address all letters to "J. B." Herald ollice.  , dec. ll-lm.  TO   LET  Cottage, lorner Fourth Street and Orton  Avenue. For particulars apply to 1). F.  Forbes, The Molsons Bank. Dec 23-tf  to thi'in ; consult I hem.  ������������������Arthur's on rly life did not differ  innteri.'illy from tlint of the nvcnifte  iiiiin, whn loaves liis country village,  still n hoy, to licfjin i-ailrourting. He  wns 11 "wiper." thut is he lind n. position in n roundhouse, where he denned  the uii!_;inus thut other men brought  in ; he wus 11 iireumn nnd bent his  buck iluv unci night to the arduous  tusk ol hhovelliiiK in the coal under  lhc dii ection of his "Miperior, Ihn  engineer: he waa an engineer, with  the responsibility of valuable freight  and the lives of the passengers in the  train behind him depending on his  skill and cure."  "Hit. associates of thoss early dnys  say that as a "wiper" the chief knew  enough to be a fireman; that a.s a lire-  man, ho usually knew more about the  eii[_-iiK' than the man, who sat on the  right side of the cab, wilh hi* hand on  ilie lever: and that as an engineer he  was consulted by the master mechanic  about points on which thnt oliicial was  in doubt.  "One can easily imagine that if lie  had not heen diverted from the actual  work of tMilroii'lint; to the direction of  the interests of railroaders, he would  be today where so many practical  railroad men are who begun their  career as humbly as he���������at tlie hend of  Mime 1 ail way system, which would  have the repnlntioii of being conducted wilh lhu fewest blunders atid  (riches of nny sy*.tem of the kind."  '���������The severest criticism of the B. of  T,. E. today comes not from lhe rail-  loads with whom their relations are  most cordial or from the public that  now thoioughly tpproves them, but  from other Inbor organizations with  whom ancl with whose struggles the  engineers under Aithur's direction  have steadily refused to hav������ anything  to do. It is because of this dalermined  stand and because the Brotherhood  has insisted on minding its own  business and refused to have any part  in the quarrels of other organizations  that they are dectied and dubbed  "aristocrats."  Chief Arthur's comment on this  term of reproach is to the point:  "They say we are aristocratic���������.If  lieing temperate and frugal, avoiding  saloons and gambling dens, if saving  money and giving the benefit of the  wages earned to the family at home ia  to he aristocratic���������why I am proud  that we are aristocratic,"  r  -     5  ! >_i  ?���������������������������*;* 1  i.y.  m  1 ���������  i  ill  7--  ���������$*-.  ���������fiHaa_ie_M_a_-._9B_i  BBB ?-f^M*^iWiitWf*(*'*trv-V  ^**A.-������ffl.*i������rf,-i(i-s.Trtnt.^:ii  ^&'ttWjMd������iUtA!i<dttKi .'i������^*_m^wiiJ_u".^i'  ONCE. AO\IN  We Wish  Our many patrons  A Happy  and Prosperous  New Year.  Canada Drug & Book Co  RKVliLSTOKli.  .\|.\NN'lXti���������On ,1,'in.    ">lh    In   -Mi  .Mrs. Fred .Manning a sun.  satmmmffmfmmmromrorororom?^  8*-- mmammmm-miam_Ml^mm    ^  :_ -������������������..���������.��������� ������������������ 7^  TAYLOU ii GE  Mackenzie Avenue.  C3-E3SrEK.A.Xj  3^EI^OT3:A.2srTS.  1%  Wli  HAVE-  Ladies' Dress Goods  planned particularly for presents  Notes of News.  the  will  Aid. IStiiirni' left  trip Io lhe const.  There an* 111) inline.*,  i-ipal voli'i-s lis!.  ���������One  car   Keewatin  ('..IS lluiiie iV Co's.  I'M. Duponl, iiianagi-r of llu- (  lias li.-c-n away at l*Ininlcii ip^  week,  I*:. A. llradley, uinnager of  .lliii-ilesiie .Mining Co., is away nl  lillle .lay no Smill  .Mrs. I-', 1-inii. who lias been vi-dting  h.'i- iimlhor .Mrs. .1. (i, .McCallum. lel'l.  ml Friday fur her home in XiiImiii,  II. Kin yd is in the field for school  I rnsLec and his card lo lhe elect.oi i  will be found in another column of  this issue.  lie*.-. Mr. Koherlson, the well known  tftiperiiitendent of I'rcsbyterian iniss-  inns in the Northwest died nt Toronto  last Sunday.  The installation nf the ollieers for  I'.nl will take place at the meeting nf  Lodge Uoyalty, S. O. E. B. S. next  Tuesday evening.  Uasler is early this year, March liOth  and Lent begins on Feh.   12th,   so  .-eason for winter entertiiiniiienls  be a short one.  ���������Thegcnls furnishings, boots and  shoes must be cleared out before slock-  taking and it is yoiif opportunity to  get big values.    CIS. Hume & (Jo.  Miss Grunt left on Saturday to lake  charge of the public school at Notch  Kill. Miss Grant's services in connection with St. Peter's will he much  missed.  Station agent Bradshaw has received  a post ollice box from headejuarters,  which has been placed in a suitable  position on Ihe station and will be a  great convenience to tiavellers.  'I'lie board of hospital trustees and  tho executive of the Ladies ilospital  Aid Society held a meeting on Friday  evening, at which the arrangements  for the hall on the 21th were discussed.  I.. Patrick and Sirs. Patrick returned  on Kriday from Calgary,* where they  were attending the" man-age. of  Kngineer Houston's daughter, Miss  (i. Houston, to \V. Perry, of Calgary,  II. .1. -McDonald, who met. wilh the  serious accident lo his eye here some  lime ago has had thc eye removed at  t.he city hospital at Vancouver and is  nl last repoit in n very serious condition.  T. .(. Grahame, secretary of the  scliool board, has received .Miss  Creech's resignation from the staff of  I he public school and is advertising  for a new teacher in this issue of the  llr.r.Ai.D.  .Miss Kraser. who has heen detained  at the'teachers' convention, will return  lomoirow morning and will lake Mi**s  Creech's room. Miss Myrtle Temple  has been engaged temporarily for a  month to fill the vacancy.  ���������-- The-iiieuiliers���������of���������the��������� Independent  hand had a pleasant sleight, ride on  Monday evening and were entertained  by Mr. and -Mrs. A.N. Smith tn a  supper during the evening, when a  vt>ry pleasant time was enjoyed by nil  preaent.  The candidates  for    school   trustees  arc:    John Lawson.   C. F.   landmark.  Come in and look  around  before you  qet what you want for the NKW YKAU.  *et what   vou  WI-   1-IAVI-  EVERYTHING   IN Till?  en's Furnishing Line  and can lit youoiit from the liulc   ha Id  spot on  the  top of vour head to your favorite corn.  was  GOOD  yesterday  to-day  to-morrow  THE CITY COUNCIL  Taylor & George, - Mackenzie Ave.  The Annual Report and Financial Statement for 1901 Read  and Approved.  The council met on Krid.iy niglil,  present the. Mayor, Aid. .McLeod,  Nellie, Abriihniiison, Mcdily and  Bourne.  AN i;.\'W.\IIAN'r.\!il.K CLAIM.  A lull or was read l'ruin T..). Graham,  secretary of the school board relating  In certain account*** due liy lhe bnanl.  amounting to S-^OS, Mr. Gi-.ibani, who  was'present read a loiter I'roni llie  department .of education, refusing lo  pay any accounts over ami aliove jjilSil  and saying that lhe cily musi pay Ibis  $20K. "He"asked tho council lo assist  him in urging the government In <iive  the school board a clear sheet before  turning ovor the school lo llu: city.  The mutter was handed over to lhe  city clerk and solicitor in ask lhe  dupartmont on what grounds these  accounts were saddled on Ihe  municipality.'  THIS ANNUAL STATI..M I5.VT.  The city clerk then read ihe yearly  general linaiicial statement preptred  by himself and th.. city auditor, which  was referred to the finance committee  lo consider and report at .111 adjourned  meeting called   for   Monday   evening.  ^i44jiUi4WiUi.fUi4UU444Utt4������4W.*U4i.4i4^  CALL AND  INSPECT   THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  LAMPS  of all   kinds  and  Crockery  just opened up.  A set of  CUPS AND SAUCERS.  from   the   Foley  factory  ln  England, will suit you.  SKATES.    SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF REVELSTOKE.  General Financial Statement at December 31st, 1901.  KECKII'TS.  Cash on luunl ncc.:tlst,l!Hi0..5 US :'.7  ltucei veil for Licenses  *���������*'' "  ltuculvi.il Ior Rowl Tn.:.  S-te in  lleeeive.il for I.i������|iior Lii-cnse. li.io Illl  l-m-ivuil f������r Doc Tax  I.-" <>������  Heceivod for rolled lines  -***l '-������������������  lleecivecl for l'onnil  *s ������"  Itecuived for Cemetery lens.. .Ui til)  Iteculveil for H.l'. Tuxes 1900. Mil .li  Uei-eivoil fur II 1\ Tuxes 11101. iio88 11  Soto ilue Peu.Slsl,l'JOl  "0"0 IK)  lhe adjourned iiieet.in.ti was held as  per resolution on Monday evening,  present Llu.* Mayor, Aid. McLeod,  Abrahamson, Nei I le.  TIM*. I'M NAN CIA I. STATICMI-l.NT I'DIt lOljl.  Was presented In lhe cnimi-il by llie  finance, commit loo. In speaking to I lie:  motion that it* bo adnpli'd Aid,' Nettle  said he thought it was only fair to Ihe  ratepayers to have all the. sia Lemon ts,  as wellas lhe.gi'in-1'.'il lepuil. published,  ll, was decided in clolhis and lhe  repoit, was then adopted.  An invitation was read from the  Kevelstoke NavigaLimi l!o. Lo lhe  Mayor and Council tn be present al  the launching of ihe s.s. Rnvelsiokn  al Nakusp on Wednesday and was  cordiallv 'accepted. The invitation  road as follows:  lievt-lsioke, Jan. Cth  C. E. Shaw Ksq.  Uitv clerk of Ki*vc*I.-*loke,  Dear'Sir.  Arrangements having been made  for the launching nf the s.s. Revelsloke  al Nakusp on 'Wednesday, lhe Slh  Jan. nu tbe arrival of the C. I'. H. boat  from Arrowhead, a cordial invitation  is extended to hir* worship lhe Mayor  und the aldermen of the cily and to  yourself to be present at. lhe launching  of lhe steamer.  .Special   rates   have   been   arranged  wilh lhe  C. P. R    company   ancl   tin*  directors hope I hai a good   atlendancej  TiFlTusiness "men   ancl   nfliFFs-'cvflI    lie"!i���������  present to c-lebiate in  a  modest  way p  the advent of a new era of prosp*.rily ���������  to Jtevel-toke brought   about   by   the!  placing of adeipiate transportation   no ���������  the noith rivei. i  Vours Truly. i  The Iievelst iki* Navi-f.iiinn (.*n Ltd. j  IV-1- (ii'n. S. Mcfuit.'i'.     |  Ko--. 'I'i .-a*,  l"ne council Ihi'ii adjourned.  EXI'KSnn'UKE.  1'iiiil Piiliuics..  .. .'...* l'.l'.l 21  nisi-oiint on N.iil-s  l'JS'.'  I'nllne l>i>|>iirlinent  '217-2 ml  IMstiiue iiiiil'IVlOKriims.. T'.i ir.  I-iii-l  I'.'l f-ii  ITIiiting     "-ii <���������>  Itoinls anil streets  cnn-  Klrueluil III l'JOO  f.O IBS  llomls nml streets con-,  Ktri-.iituil l'.K)!...-  70 S7  Ollii-c-KiirnisliiiiKS  -l:l '-������������������>  I'alriolle Cclubrulliini., :i".s ll"  lleiillli llepiirliiii'iii  Hi- ���������*>  Miseplltuiuoiis  '2'.x X'.:'.  I lulu He*uul  l'.'7'i no  Prisoners' Keep  1 '^0  Siek unil Destitute  17'J Hi  llyilnint  Kuulnl  MS '.ll  Snow Service -..  . '.txx'. T2  I'I re  I!rli;nilc   -Miil'len-  niii-e       alii 7*"i  Iloimtlnns    a I 00  l-iri: Hull Nn. 1  si 7ii  Fire llilll  Nn.  2  1S1 88  Klei-lion KNpc-n**os  -II. *'o  Kire   BrinmW* *-oii!-triii'-  tion Alarm  2i'. 01  .luiuls unil Streets niiilii-  IClllllll'l!   SHU "J0  Vnilncfin lly-lnws  V.x-2 "n  KiieinecrlngKxiieiixc-s.. !l ���������'>*>  (lily I'ork  1.1 Oil  Kxi'iimiKC    ii 1'-  liili'rcsL Delieiilnros A.. 750 on  li.. 100 Ml  "        C. 2-'.'i 00  Sinking   rnnils   ncliim-  inres A, 11,(1  ;">27 '.������  W  H  Wi  FALL 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 wlio arc competent to  make up any  of these  Suitings  exactly to  your liking.     We do not  employ  cheap tailors, we do not  handle  any goods th at   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, wc can and  do compete  with all ready-made goods, ancl all other tailors. .-  Ladies'Tailored Suits to Order.  J.   iB.  The   Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave.  TURE"  Quarriiitinc A  giiai'iiiitlne 1*.      l.soliiiiou  Ilosiiitiil..  .-oiAi.u-ox nxi'ESSKs  :-.l on  rn si  ;',t'. 10  Total ...  f.c-i-i: Oov*.*r,.'L  K..IHI1.1...1227 8.-.  (Ti,(..Is sold. 121) III)  .-t :*.l',|-,|-, '.II  IIS.-I.-.I 91  Dec  !        h&n<l.  -BniaiK*.-*   Cft-.li   on   r.5 'iii Hi  \tr.nniit"rtue ihe'cVty (ivs I"'r  -.t-iii-nirn*. in   Treasurer i   nfllri-i not yet pull! ���������'���������);'* "'  ������M:ll !il  if i:H7  Tolnl   lliiliini'e lieiiii? i*nili  nn litin.l   :ll'.i in'.  ? .'.12.-. 07  nidNMIS, (JUTtTAIN POI,ess, thimmings, picture moulds,  ktc    Cabinet   Making,    Uholsterin������,  Picture L<Yamii)g,   Polishing,  and all kinds of rnpairwork.  UNDERTAKING.  Collins mn tin at a few hours' notice.   Finished in either Walnut,  Cherry. Mack Cloth or Polished Oak. at EASTERN PRICES.  i=:TTIIHEE VEARS EXPERIENCE AT THE BUSINESS.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  -1*i:'.,*ir.l ol  ������������������rtiileil Correct  U. A. i.AW's-'OJ.,  A iK1-  Pce. :ll, lODl.���������Amounts din:  liy Cily (not yci pniit) us  i,.-r Mitti-tiient In 'l'reiis-  un:r'.< ollice * 20I1I SI  -N.-itc-.lnellue.-i'.lyl.-l'.mii-itot-^���������= ���������  yet pni-l)     IWonOO  *t.-*0I',l KI  Ainlilf.r ���������  K. SUA IV,  Treasurer.  i.i.\ im.iTi I-::-;.  K. tlcudon. ll. I'loyd.  'I'. 3. Grahame, and W.  .I. W.   I3enneti.  F.   Uickey.  Al. a canons attended hy about thirty  ratepayers of Ward three, which   iva*.- I  lield   on   Monday   eveniiif.'.    NV. '  .M. j  Miiiwn was .*,i>lecti*d'.'is   the   raniliilnl.*  f.ir mayor, and   XX'.   3.    Law   ami   S.  .Me.Mah'in aa aldermen. I  Our readers, attention i*i calleil to |  lhe ailverli=einenl. of tbe Kevelstoko  Dairy. The Wevelstoke Dairy are in n  position to supply all I he milk requiri'd  and ,iiT*inf������einenls have been rum;  pit-led to lhat end, -o that ciislfinii'i ���������  need not fear a ������lu>rtape in lhe  fnttirt*.  Mrs. Cirriilhc-rs and Mrs. M. K.  Lawson. tin* president and secretary ol  l,li������ Ladies'Auxiliaiy; of the hospital,  went to kamloops on last niglit':. N.i.  1 in look over llu* furnishini^s'if llie  hospital there and pel. pnintf-i**, fni-niir  own. Mrs. HiiWfiin was lo have  accompanied thetn, hut wa* preventeil  by indispobition.  I!. II. Ramsey brought back fiom  Golden some .specim?ns of mica, from  lhe recently discovered deposits at Ihe  head of Potlatch ancl End cieeks, ir.  which Revelstoke capital ha.s bi-i-im.i-  inlerr-sted. Tbe siieets are of jrooi!  nixe and the micj. is a. lirst class  variety as clear as K'ass.  There was a meeting on Prid.-iy  afternoon of the refreshment com.  mittee of the Ladies Hospital Aid  Association, which is entrusted with  llie task of col led inn "'������ pood things  for lhe supper. The various membeis  nf the committee were assigned their  dn.1 ricts and have already commenced  xvoi k.  .1. J. Foley of the JLakeview hotel.  Arrowhead, was in town on Monday.  There is to lie a dance at the Lakeview  tonight in celebration of the launch of  Uie Revelstoke. Advantage can easily  be takon of an extra freight, which  has to run down theie tonight after  this regular train from the south  comes in. to take in the dance.  LOST - A biuwn ii,.iinci-.'i purs.*,  coniiiining a -mall ainoiiu! of money.  Tin* lind.'i- will l������- --uilalily n-ward������*d  on leiiving tie* .-..im* al tii"   llKlt.M.D  olli.e.  I C'H ll Oil llRII'l    1  ! i*h**Ii in liani;   (imi*. nn.l'-iroei-i ���������  Fir������ llrlitH'I'-iIi-n.-ral.  i.m* liv Kcveiuif-Kcr't  inkiiiK Kiin.1*. <1"l. -  ,      il,-<l III   ��������� ill-nil'-. HI*.  I .,0,-l.lv l!������rl> X'.'i <���������  .      M.'.UII  .'-I^v. . .,   1 l'.alalicr '.I i.tllitiili'l-  lllK rt*!-'*!*. "t '-l ..ill*  ... 11-lilly llHl.ilitlc,  ������. I���������*r tla-li-l in llu-  citv lr������H*-1> r>* r '���������  it.ci.k:  i.'.k-.i  l.il'll  ipnlieninr sKi;rl<*s  A   | ������������������ Si-ri-***:   11   ; ���������'      - Si-rU'S  tl   ) ������������������ f-'.-rles   I*:   ;|]|ll*. |,iiyiil.li-iiiii-aii*iillii|  ^nri.ln*1   *i">.(Hh> on  ...   2,mm mi  ...    I..',nn mi  . . .    II.IHhl 00  ;...    11,11110 CIO  11,'I.V.I 22  Wake Up  AND  SEE THE BARGAINS  GUY BARBER'S IN   .  AT  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  184*4 Rodgers Bros.' Flat. Ware.  SPECIALTY  WATCH REPAIRINQ  MAKE YOUR TOILET  WITH BARGAINS  It' you will. The choice rests  with you. We oU'er everything that, leinaiiis of our  llolidny Stock Jit prices that  aie the lowest of the low.  Toilet Articles,  Fancy Goods, etc.  are not merely things nf temporary usefulness or beniily.  but goods that, are KOrvier-abh;  all Ihe year around and for  many years*. These prices  should bring yon our way.  WALTER BEWS, PHM. B.  DRUGGIST.  Telephone IS.���������Uroyvn Block.  ' J-2  -   *.-*) IV  -.iri-lu  niiulit *l.i������n  As  Ht   P.  .-nib"  ���������:������i. ii"  CertHied Correct  B. A. LAWSON, Auditor.  C. E. SHAW,  City Troasurcr.  To The Electors  Vote for Tapping, in  Ward   two,   it  means peace and prosperity.  Teacher Wanted.  TiMi-hc-r wn ii led for Lhe R.*velsloke  Puiilic Scliool; one of the junior rooms.  Applv thy Icl tor lo the. Secretary oi  Ihe Ki-vi-l-l(,k������- School Hoard. Applications to lie in liv the. l.'illi January,  i V.tti.  x T. 3. Giiaiiami-:.  " Sec-ri-lary.'  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Real Estate  " financial- \ :;;<  Insurance \  GOAL FOR SALE,  n. r. R. TOWNSITK.  MAKA TOWNSITE.  liKKItAltll TOWNSITK.  tl A M 110 R N E TOW NS1 TE,  tCiinnilii I'eriiiaiient .t Western  Oaiiadii Morlguiju Carpnruilon,  iuililc Viiviiig.i Uiiiu and Building Association.,,  Tmpcriiil l-"irc.      Otmrilliin Klrc.      Jlercantile I'ire.  (,'iiiiK.liiiu l-'Ire.      Ciileilonlnn Flre.  (liiiih-ilurntiiiii I.lfc.      Atlas Kire.   Manchester Fire.  ..Oilcan, Accident and Guarantee.   Gmat West Llie.  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  w  D  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison your systems  usincr Condensed Milk, done  tip in old rusty tin cans?  when you can buy pure  SALMON ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  (HI)  <H)  Wiped Out  That's what the man  said who wasn't insured. A small payment every two or  three years would  have enabled him to  say  LOSS FULLY COVERED  INSURANCE  Optional with yon. of course,  would strongly advise you to  will bring you full information as to cost.  yon want to say,  but we  uie insurance.      Your card  LEWIS   BROS.  HEAL ESTATE AM) FINANCIAL AGENTS.        NOTARIES PUBLIC.  ������  ;.   !  ik


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