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 ,' 1   ,'  "1 v;'  I   .  -. /-���������' C-,7 s. ��������� V' f v v.-*-��������� ' :: "--J    (.-\  -+���������'y^"? J'J ���������.> j- ,  \   1-- v'  .'���������-; <   i.,-\.-���������/  ������������������*S5ajaa-*S_*  Vol    V.   No    107  REVELSTOKE B.C.   SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY  8, '190.H  $2 OO a Year in Advance  I-i  Come and See  i4^*&^+<-&4*-#a*:1'*������*-Jf4***  (00 Pairs  Boots and SSioes  Men's, Ladies' and' Children's,  now selling at actual COST.  NO OLD STOCK.'  These goods were all purchased  last season.  SHIRTS  -S  PRESiOEIT  J. T.  m  And Vice-President A. B. Lowe  -'-'of.the B. R.T. of A., Address a  Crowded Meeting   of Trackmen and Their Friends.  \h  Save 40 per cent and buy your  Shirts now. -  We are offering a splendid line  of \V. G. & 'R._. and White  Shirts'at the' above'big discount. All goods are of the  Latest Stvle and Pattern".  HATS  Our bargains in  Hats are in  keeping with above discounts.  Thc stock includes:  -FEDORAS  (RUSH ������ud  -Sflff-IMB-  Wc have a'Beautiful Line in  Goods at away down figures.  >  I  ft  BY BUYING AT  IHE PRESENT TIME  YOU WILL SAVE  BIG - MONEY, AS  THE STOCK MUST  BE CLEARED BEFORE STOCK-TAKING. .  m  r.usl TIiiii-mIiiv. I?cv(*|ui(iki* Division  Nd. 1, U. K.'J'. 01 A., tui-civeil 11 visit.  Iruiii the president uud vit-i-president  ul llie ihnl lu'ihuoi!, Messrs. .lohii T.  Wilson and A. B. Luwi*. In llie  evening niter llie uiiii.-.r.'lniii uf  business in lodge, liis lodge room was  opened and a piitilii* meeting held,  pirsidfJ over l>y llie i li.iiiin.iii, ('.  I''rii.-ei-. whicli wis mldicst'il by  Messrs', Lowe and Wilson and uihers,  and was very largely attended by I lie  iriickiiion and iiieuiiiers of the Milw.iy  brolhurliuiids and friends.  Vice-President Lowe. llu* fir.-t  speaker, is* a (.'aniidiiili. and one of llie  Ilrst In sliul llu* organization uf  Canadian iracUiiu'ii, aL liist as a  iialiiinal ami lalteily as an intei-  nalioiial union, lie bus liei'ii nut lieie  before, his lie-l visit being n i'ini|ili' uf  vears ago. Ile prefueeil bis remarks  by Haling Unit every bridge gang uu  llu* Atlantic division ul lhe C.I'.K.  bad .joined llie B.K.T. ot A. ami will  be willi the trackmen when tbey go hi  .MnultCiil next .Vian b. Air. Lowe then  ti'esi't-i'.ied lhe le.isons why the pro-  lective board gave I be C.P.Il. ollicials  lhe tiineaskeil I'm-last, spring by .Ml*.  McNicholon llie plea of wishing in  impure inlo Incnl coiidilions. The  plea ivu&n plausible une, -anil liad it  not been acceded Jn. llu: truckmen  might nut have received the public  sympaldy which was such a valuable  assistance in I ben* sliike. livable-**,  they were then in an unorganized  hi ale without a local division tin (lull hole system. But in a few weeks a  k.dge would lie organized in every  roadinastcr'.s division on llie roiul, and  it lhey had to light, ihey would go in  loaded for bear.  After detailing lhe' early hist my of  organi'/.alkm among lhu trackmen.  Air. Lowe said there were four poiius  which lie wished particularly lo  impress on his hcaicrs :  The. weullh of Canada is made by  the workers ol (J.iu.-uhi.  The C.lJ.Ll. profits are not made liy  the shareholders, but by those uper-  ating lhe mad.  The triickiiien nr". not. gelling a- fair  share of the wealth winch lhey thus  help lo create.  'tbey inlend lo get a better and a  fairer share lliaii Lhey have, peaceably  if they can, bin ihey are bound to get  it.  After iir. Lowe sat down amid  .considerable .applause, I lie. chairman  then" called on-Messrs. Giogaii, Ed:  Adair and lln;,'geii, who all in,ide  short speeches.  President, Wilson was lhe next  speaker. lie is a poweiful speaker,  very clelioeralu and emphatic in bis  utterance" and posi-esscs considerable  power " of holding ' his, iiiidieiKe  inlerested. He spoke walking uho.it  i 1 front of the tirsl row oi chairs-,  occasionally pausing lo make u poinl.  which lie generally did with great  effect. Ile said il atTorded him great  pleasiue to meet the citizens of Ki-vol-  sluke and thank" I hem foi llie support  given llie trackmen last s.immoi*. lie  repiesented the element, wliich is ihe  safety valve between capital and  anarchy���������organized labor. lie claimed  that lhe man who would .not fight lor  his rights anil bis family, would noi  light for liis country. China was a  low wage ci 11:11 ry and ils people  would not light loi* it. The powers  could not come and bully a high wage  count iv like Camilla or the tttutet in  the san'ie way Ihey had bullied China.  Willi regaid to lhe points at issue  between the trackmen and lhe O.P.K..  lhe fad thai llu* company are paying  belter wages than other mads lind  nothing to do with it. The only  question lhat should enter in is  whether the tnen are entil led lo more  wages aud can lhe C.P.li. allVird to  pay it. lie saw tbat theii* profits for  -I he-las l_thre(**_inonlhs--Jiad^heeii^f ive.  million dollius. and hi* thought it  would be a good plan to disiribule.  some of that live millions in Canada,  The trackmen only wanted what, was  rigbL. He did noi believe in crippling  llu; industries ol the country. Dn the  contrary, unionism slood for progress.  Tlie unions were ! consei vative and  willing lo arbitrate their dtlYrrerict's  and lhe men, who would slick up for  themselves would be the men most  loyal lo the '.'(iiup.'iny, which employed  them.  Speaking of the detective system in  use by the < in poi alimis-. Mr. Wilson  said lie had been president of a labor  organi/.ulion for twelve years anil il lie  were made president of the entile  railway system of America hi: would  not pay out twenty live cei.Is for all  lhe secrets connected with bis union.  If lhe C.P. II. ilispctisid wilh their  detectives lhey i mild uivis the Irai k  men all lhey asked without tuning  into their dividends. Labor oij**itii/. i  tions preiu lied dissatisfacl Ion. but  only in a legitimate way. Tiie people  weie the jurors in the contest mid he-  was satisfied that ninety per (t*ut. of  them sympathized wilh lhe underdog,  [n a few yens he believed it would be  impossible in this country Tor a man to  run a railroad, unless he ran it right  and lie hoped to see the time come  when lhe public would not allow a  strike on a iiiilroiul, but would insist  on the dispute being settled uy arbitration.  ' Mr. Wilson's remarks, of which the  above is a veiy luiel icsiiiiie frequently  provoked his lioareis ri applause and  laughier. Alter be had concluded  Messrs Bennett, T. Gillespie and Donaldson each made a short speech and  the meeting broke up wilh a vine of  thanks and thiee cheers for Messrs-,  Wilson and Lowe. '  The meeting was I lien followed hy a  supper iit the Central, but as the  IIeii.vi.I) did not get a bid, no tepic*  ���������.dilutive of that paper was present.  No Attempt Made by the B. C.  Government    to     Make    the  Resources    of    the    Province  Known in thc Old Country.  AN'. F. Flanagan.  London  agent,  for  the Canadian Pacific railway, who  passed through this city last week on  the first, through train after llu; simw-  slide west of Laggun. and who is now  en route to Montreal, pays a glowing  tribute to the energy wilh which Ihe  provincial government has ex dibit oil in  advertising .Manitoba and   Europe.  Mr. Flanagan is now nearing the end  of a six months'holiday tour round  tin* world. I lo started from London  lasl S.epl ember unil spent over a  inontli in tlie norlh of Europe, after  whiuh he took paa-a-'u on a .steamer  through the .Mediterranean sea and  the fiuez canal lu Australia. From  the Antipodes lie sailed In Vancouver,  and started over the Kockies on the  great railroad wliich he n-p resell Is in  the greatest city of lhc universe.  Mr. Flanagan lold the Winnipeg  Telegram thai, he had never enjoyed a  I rip more than he had this one..  The railroad representative in speaking uf tho way lhis country was being  advertised across the- ocean compared  thc inel hods of t.he British Columbia  government with Minted' this province.  "1'iilish Columbia,'' he said, spends  but Utile money in advertising, and  i'roni the point of view of immigration  seems to have tlio idcit lhat British  Columbia is n good place for the pen  plu in il. and no one else. British  Columbia did not maintain ropresen  lation in London until the recent  appointment of Mr. Turner."  " The Canadian Pacific.'' added the  railroad man wild pardonable pride,  ���������' does far more in tin: way of advertising British Columbia generally than  any other agency. 1 have at various  times tried to obtain printed matter  Trom the Brilish Columbia government  bnt'tlie quantity supplied was never  sulTlcienl to do any real good. For  Lhis reason we cannot tell inquiring  people as much about I3ritish  Columbia as we. can .about this  province and thc Northwest. I mean  lhat the system arranged by the  Manitoba goveriuiipni and that, of the  Territories is so ellicient that,-people  can pick out the exact property they*  will settle upon before, tliey leave our  London oflice. "Wear.* provided with'  colored maps of the different districts  aud when people arrive here they ere  met by yoiu*.commissioners and.  opportunity - i!s ''ali'6rd-i'd"*r'deiii ..for;  "getting 'good farms and becoming  properly settled in various places  through rrhe conn ivy. But there a;e  very few'siich inducements ott'eied tn  people <it a* distance who know nothing  of the. country to go to "Bri'i h  Columbia. From what I have learned  fc'.-c va-fc number of immigi an!-, wiii h  flock into this counr.ry every year,  speaks for the efficiency of tlio  Manitoba system.''  Annual Meeting- and Election  of Executive Council for the  Ensuing Year���������-A Strong Executive Appointed  The animal meeting of lhe hoard of  tiiid*-'- look pi.ice iu thr council  chailiher mi Thursday evening with  F. Mi'Caity. iiresitleiil, in llu*  chair.  Ti;e niin-.ilesof lhe last meeting were  read and adopted.  Tin1 following ollirers were elccleil  I'm* 1.102:  President ��������� (!. F. I.i nil nun I:.  Vice-Piesideiit--.1. 11. Slblmhl.  Serretiiry-lrcasnri'i-- C. E. Shaw.  Exrcutit'e���������-F. McC'.n ly. I T. Ilrcw-  sler. ('���������. K. Mi C-u ter, F. j. Voiim*-, A.  E. Phipps, T.   Ivilpauielc  ���������Belli,  I-'.   M  M. .1. OT.rien and C. Al. Field.  The lollou'in:: new members were  elected on lo lhe bounl, Al. .1. O'Brien,  W. Bews F. II. Lewis. R M. Allnm.  .1. Al. lloyli-. T.-B. Baker, It. llowson,  CM. Field.     *~  Tin: following lesolulioiis were lluni  passed: "Thai lhe government,  through the member und local oliicial.-.  lie I equeslt'd lo construct a trunk trail  from (���������(iildslream to the mouth of  Canoe liver.lo (onnect wilh the Canoe  River trail, and al.-o I hai the  government be requested lo continue  ihe present I rail up Downie fi-ssek to a  distance of len miles*. *   -  A'fter a hcarly vote of I hanks to the  retiring president, and to I he se'ci otary  the bo:ird ihen adjoin ned.        I  Death of "Father Pat."  A Mont real despatch to the Province  states ih-it, the circumstances sur-  lotinding Ihe death of Kev., 11. Irwin,  "Father Pal," are so'mysl'erious ns lo  lead at liist Lo suspicions of foul play.  This idea is no longer entertained and  lhc primary cause oT his death is  supposed to be grief for his lost wife,  which led io his aimless wanderings in  lhe bush near Sault, aux Jteeollets.  Overcome bylhe piercing cold he" fell  in the snow," where he was found by a  passing farmer, fle._w.is conveyed to  the Hotel Dieu, where he expired on"  Jiuinury 12ih from the elfects-of the  exposure. ' - ;  - Card of Thanks*  We wish to tender our heartiest  thanks to the friends wlio'have shown  so mucit sympathy with ns in the  death of the lale Mrs. Kirby. and  especially do we thank' those who  were so kind aud thoughtful as to  I'urn'sh lhe beautiful wreaths and  flowers for lhe funeral.  W. Ivinuv.  * J. 1. WooDiimv,  i  .a E3������  tii:  Personal Paragraphs PerLain-  ing to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  The C. X. H. are going lo put up a  $1.*>.OOQ slation iu Portage la Prairie.  1*1. P.. Fuirey, foimerly wilh I lie  C.P.U. Telegiuph Compnny, Winnipeg, lias been appointed niglil  i-perntor al   l.clhbridge.  (I. II. (larden, late chief engineer of  ll.t.* Alberta lluilwey and Coal Co', has  left Lethbridge for Calgary to take a  similar position on the C it IC.  Alex. <-'. Henry, general purchasing  agcnl of the C.P.P., died in Montreal  on .Sunday after an operation for  appendicitis.    Be was 32 years old.  Tin; G. P. U. intends to apply to  parliament to have the National Park,  iu the Hock ies, extended so as to take  in Field and the famous  Yoho  valley.  About 1S0O men are sinployed on  t.he construction of the Crow's Nest  Southern on this side of the line. The  truck will be laid to the boundary Unit  next week and to the coal Holds by  the middle of April.  Jn.'i case recently brought, aguinut  the C.P.R. in Toronto the jury found  the company guilty of negligence  and awarded tlie plaintiff i|i:>,500  damages because the conductor did  not expel a disorderly passanger who  committed an assault upon him.  Tho C. P. R. have opened a down  town agency in Rossland with A. C.  McAvthur, the present station agent  in "charge under the title of general  commercial agent. He handles the  down town ticket and freight business  assisted hy J. II. Baynell, formerly of  the Vancouver ticket oflice.  MacleodJAdvance: Mrs. A. ,1. Slew-  art, of the C. P. R. dining hull, was'the  recipient of a handsome oak easy chair  recently presented by the" engineers  and conductors of the C. P. R running  out-of Macleod. The head waitress.  Miss. JCiile" JPcve'relle^ also received a  verv handsome present in lhe shape  of a veiy - valuable gold chain and  locket. Needness to say the presentation came as a gi cut surprise to I mtli  ladirs. The presentation was made liy  Engineer Gill, of Cranbrook, remarks  lo lhe pleasant relationship existing  between the two parties, lhe gifts being  an evidence. ' he said, of the high  appreciation in which "both ladies ate  h'ild by the * engineers an 1 conductors  ofthe G. N. P railway.  ��������� a  .c.vi.*..y.'.-A'.'.*.'*ir.  *3y-CTTC<n^i-������������Ji*s**-y-~ -'������������������ ���������s-^rrrvrxvrxrir.sr.-z  Vi % a  H  FEBRUARY  The idea of  seems   to   be   JUN*I������ in  Underwear  B living Stimmci  the Whitewear Section these days,  in  the Winter time at Winter Prices  has caught on to a liiuch g-rcatcr extent than ever before ancl  lhe daily  crowds  certainly g-ivc the-impression that this   Whitewear movement  in   February 'is  ~ffpiprc?fcftc'd'r^'Y"dvama^c"^^ ���������"-���������r^~-��������� ��������� ���������-������������������  GREATER ASSORTMENT. ��������� NEWEST STYLES.  WINTER   PRICES.  To Vocalists.  The     Methodist   miMiib.-i*.   of     th  Ilo-piial     exec ul ive   intend   giving  ;  inusii-al draiuiitized version of   K-tliei-,,  or the Beautiful Queen,   in   lbs  Opera  House   on   Friday.   April   Hth.   launder the direction of .I.   Taylor,   who j  would like anvone   who  is  capable   of  taking p.ut to send in   their nanus   to  him.   Thedaleoflhe   liist iche.irsal  will appear fhoitly.  p-<^CWjCT^U������CT^<^J.^t^O������M������������rM������l������IJ������tlllMV,JMll^JngTWCMg31Cg:  ""���������"'"-I "���������"��������� *"*���������-"������  CUT PRICES  W-  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.  ��������� ������������������-^^_...U.J.*-.LUJ-������.lJ^������M^JJI.JJIJ.I!JIL,.II.J.Ul.-������i;.L,.L<=ejrj.JJJJ...I^-,.|^,MJ������l    ��������� IIIII   111  Fl  I   Blown ������&eyH������.:  Bowb? They Co.  This  Ladies' arad GhiS-ds-eri's StySssh Jackets.  Latest Styles and Shades���������not  Season's very Latest Styles and Shades���������not a great many left, but what  we have must leave tlie premises before lhc Season is over. If you arc thinking  of buying a Jacket. Now is your opportunity as every garment will be  slaughtered, or in olher words be sold al about* half the value.  ������������������iju_.������i_u. *TJ*xai*i*.,j*.Jitr*  RTcORE IftTERESTBftaG ftiEWS  FROiVa THE FUR SECTION  Broad choosing from these Dainty Fur Prices that Women ancl Girls love to  possess, Garments that carry comfort as well as elegance and style. These  specials for this month al 40 per cent, reduction on our regular close prices.  1-    ��������� j.-.^ .. it ...   .,    r,'n'IV'l"-1"*-'*"'-     ������������������������������������*.,������������������     , . i..M.���������..������.n  .������������i- "A\frSmifmVtk'\Vt'JJ*i-' ������������������**������*������=  Mail  Orders  Promptly'  Solicited.  LATEST NEWS  Joe Martinis the Liberal Leader  For British Columbia.���������Affairs  in South Africa.��������� The Venezuelan Resolution.  V.\Nrui;vi-:ii. Feh. S.���������Tim Liberal  convention dosed at Vancouver lunl,  11 in lit. .losi'ph Martin was iiiiani-  moiit.lv elected lhe loader of iIk������ purr v.  .MiiNTlti-lAi., Feb. 8,���������E. IV. Heuder  ���������uiciCHil-i the late A. O. Henry, general  puri-hasiiiK aReul for the CF.!-.., with  heailipi nu-is at .Montreal.  Ilolf'iu.v. Kaiisiis. I*\-li. J*'.���������A hie* fir*  in the car wm-k.i of the Uock Island  railway at lloiinn, Kansas, last niglit  caused l|ic death of two persons and  the desl ruction of a ("punter of n.  million ilulUrs worih uf properly.  .Manila, Feb. 8.���������Two I", .s. soldicis  have bi-i.il bunged in Ihe Philippines  I'or tl 1 sorting lo ihe enemy.  jMontiu.ai., 1*VIi. S.��������� The remnins of  Uev. Mr. Irwin, "Father Pal."' who  (lied leienliy iu the hospital in  Monti eai. will be shipped to Ireland  lor iiilerinent.  MoNTiiK.w., Fob. 8.���������A prominent  lawyer iu Monli oal has been suspended  for eight (lays.^because he charged 11  JiiiIkp wilh discriminating against 11  Jewish witness on account of his  nationality.  London, Fob. ,S.���������During the war in  youth Africa, the British government  have purchased'-MC.0S8 horses. 77,101  of wliich came from United States and  11,.'131 from Canada. S9.705 captured in  South Africa.  Panama. Feb. S.���������The Venezuela  troops have been defeated by the  Insurgents and compelled to retreat  after several losses amlo reached  Carupano in an  exhausted  condition.  The . . Venezuelan revolutionary  steamer Liherlador is not sunk sis  repoilnd but is engaged in landing war  munitions for the Insurgents.  XVav ollice summary ' of British  usses in Soulh Africa up to Jan. 31st  shows total lednclion from death to  permanent disability by 25,305 men  total casualties includiiif; surviving  wounded was 5250 officers and 100,701  1111*11.  Commandant Marais, - who had  charnu of Boers operating in Zuurt Kop  range in 11)01 has been captured.  CARNIVAL  First "Class Tee,, Good" Music; ���������  Beautiful     Dresses,   _ Clever^  Skaters Make up a   Brilliant  Scene of Pleasure at the Rink.  The carnival held on the rink last  night was lhc biggest success of any  affair of the kind which ever took  place in lievelstoke both for the number of skaters present in costume and  the bcuity and artistic taste of the  dresses. "Below will be found a complete list of those in costume with a  description of their dresses. Out of  this. - large number the judges  Mesdaines Brown aud Kincaid and  Messrs. Hoy le and Pinkham. awarded  Miss Major the first prize among the  ladies for a cleverly conceived and  carried out dress as an "Angel" and E.'  M. Allum the first" prize among the  gentlemen for a splendid Cavalier's  costume. Miss Nwino Baker as a Maid  of Erin took lirst for girl's costumes  and Charles Dent as a Bengal Lancer  for hoys. The judges awarded a  special prize to Arthur Cayley, as a  Brownie.  The band was in attendance and a  big crowd of spectators and the whole  all'air was an immense success, chiefly  owing*, no. doubt to -tho. long nnt.ir'e..  given to skaters to get thoir costumes  ready.  The following is tho list of dresses.  Miss Ij. G. McFadden, Queen of  Carnal ions.  Bert Cay ley. BhIiv Clown.  Arthur Cavlev. Brownie.  MissMay McCallum. British H������arts.  Mi������s A. MtCallum, Flower Girl.  A. Baldry, Indian Chief.  L. Pettipiece, Nigger Wench.  .1. AN'ilks. Engine Diiver.  M;ss XV. Longhead, Flower Girl.  MissC. Blake. AV inter.  G. M. Clark, Nigger Boy.  Miss F. Palmer. Scotch Lassie.  Mrs. ,1. Lyons, Summer.  J. E. McLean, Homing Ball.  Miss L. Turnhull, Hockey Girl.  K.irl Pettipiece, Squaw."  Mary Edwards, Drum Major.  \V. A. Nugent, Nigger.  L. Schnitler, NiggprDude.  (.'has. D. Palmer, Italian Brigand.  Gialidm Skene, "Iiigoniar," the  Barbarian.  .Miss Muriel Buck. Gvpsv.  Miss A. Buck, 18th Cejitiirv.  iMrs. Km-sell. Sinter .Marguerite.  Mrs. Ilistecn. Undergrnd.  C. Kiileen. Clown.  .Mrs. J. M. Scott. Blue Stocking.  A. Cito, Costermonger.'  C. Tiiinross. King of Hsarts.  S. Needham, Dutchman.  XV. Buck. Jockey.  Mis-scs Dunn- and Sheppard, Japanese Butterflies.  Kd. Allnui. Cavalier.  B. Day. Negro.  B. Eckerl, Negio Lady.  Miss Major. Angel,  Miss B. Sawaer, Oriental Prirctss.  C. Dent, Benga Lancer.  -Miss L. Dent. Canada.  F. Dooley,  The Other Wav.  Joe Hooley, Turned Out.  Grassy Knowlton. Night.  J. Graham, Upholsterer.  Miss V. Coleman, Miss Ping Pong.  Miss Bell and F. G. Brown. Mr. and  Mis. Noah.  Henrietta Dunne, A Bowerv Girl.  M:i3 Nellie Dunne, Snake Cbarinar.  XV. Daniels. Union Jack.  Miss Marion Adair. Scotch Lassie.  Miss Ladner. Peasant Girl.  Miss Fee, Japanese Lady.  C. Lewi**-, Strathcona Horse.  M. Pettipiece, Up Against the Real  Tiling.  AV. Smvthe, Irishman.  Hoy Smythe. Chef.  Miss Nanno Baker, Maid of Erin.  0. SSP  is  ^mbiol\<  r^mlif anil ^ailwau  t'liblislieil Hy  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journu! published in the  inu-re-Us of tlu*. railway men. mining men mul  l,ii-*iiir****> men of llie West, llnys of l'lililii-iulmi  ���������A'i.-ilnesilav anil Satimlai-.  ADViamsixo iiitks.  Dlsplav ails., fl.M per ineli; -.ingle column,  ti l������*r ineli wliuu inserted on lille pufie  Legal ails., 10 cents per inch (nonpiiriel) line  for first insertion; j eenis for eiieh aililiiinnal  in**ertIon. Local notices 10 cents per line eneli  i~-.iie. Uirlli, MurrliiKii ami Dealli Xoilee**  i'ree.  sit-sciiiition iiAiia.  Ilv mall or eairler ti per iiiiniim; ���������fl.'A'i lor  .-Ixinoiiilis,.strictly in aii-.-aiie-.'.  OCR JOU ..BI'AllTMBNT.  Isoiic of the best equipped piiiiiini:ollices in  the West and prepared io excciitu all kinds of  lirlmliiK in tirstelasa style at honest price".  Hue price to all. Xo Job too liir**-.*���������-uonu iw  small���������turns. Mail orders promptly aiiemleil  to.   'Jive ns a trial on youriiexi order.  TO COUIlKsrONIiKNTS.  We invite ciirre.spoiidene������ on any **iilijeel  nf interest lo the general public. In all cu-es  tin*, bona flilc name of lhe writer niii.st neeoin-  l-aiiv manuscript, but noi nei-i-sarily for  pnbllcallou.  .lddre**s all communication*, lo I lie Manager  schedule. Things have now got lo  sirjh a p-iss tha lhe superintendent of  the road has issued a circular lo thi*  I'lighict'i's and couduclor.-t Ihreatening  lliem wilh riuluct ion in lhe service if  lhey cannot do better. He admits th.it  "our engines arc not iu lhe best shape ;  0'ir superinteiiili'iit of machinery tells  me their construction and their sieam-  pig (pialilies are poor nnd he will have  to go through all of I belli." Still be  thinks by working harder between'  tl.ttions and "running down hill a little  faster" ilivy should do heller than  they are doing. The engines referred  lo were purchased by Mr. Blair about  five years ago. If lheir conslriu-lioii  is poor, ihey wen* a bad pui-t-Iia.se and  lllry certainly have nnt ht-rn properly  annulled lo. As an example of genera  iin.xnnpetcnrc and fniluic the manage  nielli of the liilercoliinial would be  baid to i'i|'ial.��������� Winnipeg Telcgiam.  MUMB-llliMMi  .NOTICE 70 LOIUIKSl-O.NliE.VT.s.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side of tliu paper only.  ���������2.���������Correspondence containing personal  mailer must be signed with the proper inline  u>ihe writer.  r;   K.C.l'.OGAS.  Editor.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  SATl.'KDAY,   Fl.liltUAItY *8.    HlOli.  MUCH CRY AND  LITTLE WOOL.  The recently published report of Lhe  department of labor for thu year  ended June :j0, 11)01, is before us. As a  complete illustration and object, lesson  of the great political science of going  through tlie motions of doing something for the workingnian it* is without  a rival. The expenditure hy the  department amounted up to .lune afi.  11X.U. to the sum of ������21 ,:m,S������. Of this  comfortable little amount $2631.-1!-'was  nxpended in securing the deportation  of ~?2 aliens, at a rate *\*������ will be seen of  about$50 a head. The balance went  in salaries, printing and cimilatinutile Labor Gazette, thti "Fair Wagos"  branch, stationery and contingnncies.  The' "Fair Wages" branch is occupied  witlr xeeing that contractors on  government .jobs pay their workmen  lhe going rates of the district, in which  the job is heinv; done. It is made a  distinct part of their contract that  Ihey shall do so and one would think  Ilie department letting the contract*  could very well see that the contractors live up to the terms of it. in this as  in every other particular. However the Fair "Wage department  forms iin attractive topic for the  Liberal spellbinders about eleciion  lime, and no doubt thus fulfils the  chief aim and object, for which it was  called into existence.  How much of the balance left of the  $27,303,-15 alter deporting these 52  aliens was spent hy this Fair Wages  branch, how much on the Labor  Gazette and how much on salaries the  Herald has no means of knowing.  Like the Grit Redmondite immigralion  commissioner to Ireland, Mr. Devlin,  the deputy minister of labor and his  assistants, prefer, doubtless through  modesty, to lahor unseen and their  names and salaries do not appear in  the Civil Service List for 1901.  Unfortunately     the     report    only  What price for Ihe chances "of hold  ii'g his job I'or a Conservate postmaster, if there are any lel'l. who  atlemls a Conservative convention  anywhere in Canada, as a delegate 'i  The fact that the present Cluvernor  General of India ba> an American  wife ban added a word "'vicereine" lo  the bright lexcon of the* American  reporter. Now bucause the American  Minister of Pekin happens to be the  senior in residence of the representatives of foreign powers present at.  that capital, a new and previously  unheard of lille must be invented for  liis wife. She is it appears thi*  "Doyeness"' and the great. American  eagle once more .-creams defiance loan  astonished world.  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  Tlie fouiuliitioii should be laid by buying Ileal Estate in the new Town of  Sihiiito right, at. the Poors of sill the Famous. Fiwh Creeic Gold Mines.  "extends as fairiis~Jiine'307l!X)l and-tlie"  labor troubles, in which we in Kootenay were most interested do not come  within its scope But the trackmen  and miners of Ibis part of the Dominion have obtained by personal experience * knowledge of the workings of  thu department more valuable than  could be obtained from a stack of  imports. And the Grit push lhat has  gol to persuade the workingnien of  British Columbia at the next election  inlo believing that lhe Lauriei  administration  has done gieat thing*.  It is ,-istoni-jhing how opinions differ  The J'crth Prevaricator thought I lit*  laying of the fmindntiou stone of our  cottage hospital by L-idy Minto was a  scene of ungodly westi rn debauch. It  struck the man fnun Munsey's as  being almost Arcadian in its idyllic  peacefnlncss and simplicity. The.  February number of that ien cent  collection of variety literature, says:���������  "During the recent lour of the Prince  of Wales through Canada, it. fell to  her excellency lo lay llio foundation  stone of a hospital in Kwvelsloke. It  was a ipiiet Sunday evening,- the  snowy peak of Mouiil Sir Donald wis  blushing ils Inst good night to the  setting nm ;i*< T.uily Minto dedicated to  the relief, of siilVering the Queen  Victoria .Memorial Hospital of Revelstoke. In tin; gentle peacefnlncss of  the Mc-ne one had pictured tlie  character of lhc woman, who today is  Queen In Canada."  Ml. Sir Donald must have been  hjushing very hard lhat Sunday  evening for the Mousey .Man lo be ablt  losee it from Kevplstoke. lis lucky  the Purth Prevaricator did not notice  it. too or he would have said llie  mountain was blushing over the  wickedness of Revelstoke.  "   THE ENGINEER.  Do you ever think of the engineer.  When you reach your journey's end?  Do you ever grasp him by the hand  Or greet him as a friend ?  Are your prayers for him,   at   fall   of  nighr,  As tbe great train slarts away '-     v  Does your-Heart   go   oTTt   to~  thanks  SOME FACTS:   SEsrS  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to tho mouth of tlie big  5,500 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne Croup, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR OPPORTUMTY \* now io buy at the  bottom figures and you will get the advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next yonr.  Some More Facts l?���������Zx?^  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties that wi'l advertise the Fish Creek  Camp, in B.C.  THIRTY minutes . walk   will   take   you   to  the  Fumous Eva, linpeiial and Oyster Groups.  INVESTIGATE  AND  YOU  WILL  BE  PREPARED TO  TAKE THE  CHANGE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN  A  FEW DAYS.  1    ���������    aaava      ram  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  SBESSZBSSa  ..u������.L������iu.A....ii.������mu,������.j<MI imu.ua.,  mmmmTm*ltiffilT  him   in  When he brings you houi? at day ?  Provincial Board of Health  Regulations for Dealing- With the Outbreak of Smallpox at the Town  of Fernie, East Kootenay.  Approved By His Honour the Lieutenant-  Governor in Council, the 17th Day  of. January, 1902.  III'.ALTH  ACT.  OS ACCOIV-T of Ow. outbreak  of  sma!l-pox  in ilie Town oi   l-'urnie   it  i.s hereby  proclaimed :���������  l.���������Thftt ihu town i.s in a state of <[uarftiuin e  u iitil further notice.  2.���������That no person shall be allowed to leave  the town under any elreumbtances whatsoever  'A.���������That al! meetings in churches, lodgess*.nrt  schools and ot-er public gatherings nre hereby  prohibited.  ���������1.���������'I hat no person thull uvder nny circuni-  s timet?.-, hold any eonver>ution whatsoever  with any person quarantined, nnd no person  under quarantine shall attemnt to break samo  or communicate with any outsider,  ���������v���������Any hotel-keeper, lodging-house keeper  or hoiisehoUler.-uspeuting, knowing, or having  good reason to believe that any person residing  upon or /rcjuenting his premises is ill o  suffering from a rash oi any description, shall  at once notify the Medical Health Oftiuer,  giving the name and occupation of. nnd other  particulars necessary io properly idemifv such'  person.  0.���������Any person having a rash on his hody  shttl. notify the Medical Health Ollicer on the  lirht appearance of the same  7���������under authority of the "Health Act," it  is hereby declared lhat all and every person  not having a certilicate of receut successful  v ecmaiion da'eri within one year, and further  nnt being able to give proof of same to the  satisfaction of the Medical Health Cttluer,  shall be at once vaccinated,  S.���������   fter h prriod of seven (7) days from   this  date   any person  refusini: to present to any  public officer who may demand  il,  proof of  vaccination, shall be liable to the prescribed  : penalties under the "Health Act."  j    Penalties under the "Health Act":���������  I     ���������*������ nv per.-on^who violates any o^the provisions  of this Proclamation is.liable to *t fine oLflW  and to (Z) six months* imprisonment.  Dated at Victoria this IGth dav of Jauuarv  A. D., 1902.  CIIARLE' J. FAGAV,  His wite and children he leuves behind jSeefiuryof tbe Provincial Board of Health.  With it prnver Lh Got! on hiffh, 1 l{>* Command'.  Acting Provincial Hei;rcLrt.ry.  And he takes his stand in  .the   engine j  cal������.  A hero, to do rn* die ! y  All   thiough  kmic  hours he U pt*er:ng  ahead.  As his iron stped speed* along:  Yum* fcjift'ty depend.-   on   hU t vigiUint  <?ye.  As  lie   xratcho  wronsr.  NOTICE.  TifVIE TABLE  S.S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  1! il ii hi n^ liei wt'un A x rowl't-iid. Thorn'-oil'*-  r.timlitif; un.l Coiiulplix, (*nm]!K->H*iii������ OPInl-or  Hill, lf.'ul, wil! Mill n.s lollowrt, wi-niliL-r piiinlt-  tinii:  r.eimiij; Amiwheiul for Thomson'.** l-iiuiliiif;  mul Coniu]ilix  twipeilully���������10k. nml l':k.  r.ciivinw Coiniipli.v mul llioinson's Lniulhiti:  for ArrntvliCHil tirlcKiliiIly���������TilOkiiml 12:13k  Making close connection-- wilh nil 0. 1*. II.  Steamers mul Trnins.  The owners reserve the rii;ht loehiinge llmos  of -.nilings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  ���������^  m  m  m  ACES and  *#  RAIDS 'M  m  m  4_5i  Bi  A lnrpe rnnse of Point r.c.co,  Duchess antl Uiittenburtj  llraitl.s, Stumped Designs,  Stumped Linen-:, limbroidery  Xeeflles, Hooks, .te.  llcrlin and Zephyr Wools, all  shades, Slipper Soles, Valen-  .seicncesl.aee, riiicrtion.  Call at "**������������������ ,,   MADISON  PARLORS.  l-'HKIi   IICS .MI*:KTS  -M.I. TWAINS.  I'lli:-'!'  CLASS   A(.-<'(I.\IJ[()I)ATKI.V.  1IICATICI)   HY   HOT  A^ll.  II ICASO.N'A IJLK   l< ATKti.  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC HELLS .-VNM). LIGHT IN EVEHVltOOM.-  HOUIII.Y S'lTtElOT CAU  MKKTS  A 1.1. TKAIXS.  HAIt.WHI.L StJI'l'I.IKI)   UY  TIIE  CUtilCltmT  wxia, i.iQUuna and cicaiis ���������,  ii������iV  m  CO'Y.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  ssa  gj PRIME BEEF.     POI^K.     MDiTON.     SAUSAGE.  U .   FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  && ���������    . ��������� . ���������  m  il  m  WW  m  r0  .^���������M isses^ShepparcK--&���������Bel l-^������^  S5( Mclfenzio Avenue      oc'iS      ������������������(  r&s ^^^���������^���������f^������*^^^^*^'*^  CANADIAN  PACSFSC RAILWAY  TAKK NOTICK that W <I������.y3 nftor d.it������s I  1 intend LonpplytQ the f'hlof Co3mIJ-lon*er  nf Lund" and \\ ork������ for j������erml-sl*>ii tn rut and  c������rry nwny timber from th** fol!nwin>; dtis-  crltp*;d \Kxnh:\  f,'(i:nin*:in,InK   At   ft   j.fi^t   KiHrlcil   j'o^i r  F.  I'errv*." nouthch^t rorn<r iM>H;-iltnatL* nUmt^y))  tlmi    tiailirht    "0<ftf������ ['f-''-t from S-poh Cn*������������k, thenco w"t   JO fhiiio-*;  i ihfiiru north l-fSirhAlny; ibcii-pfentt iMtiiMin^;!  | ilit-n^-p south !W> fthAiii!*, in tin*  i.lrtt-* uf com- \  mciw-fincnt; coiitnini:ig*>lf������ k>  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  S:20  IiASTBOUXI^.. .  WILST BOUND . .  SOUTH MOUND.  MINES BOUGHT AND 50LD  AVj hive put-cliasei's for all kinds of metalliferous mines  and pros-  l'1J.?L.S"rlU'1 llBS"'e to '*C!U' fl,on* prospectors and others having property  Oni* facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled.  SjikI 113 reports; also samples of ure for exhibition at our Oflice.  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.  Nelson, B. C  7-3������  S:iO  In ihe lii'iul of iiiRht his whiM.I*.  tolls    j       ,,���������,,"���������������������������    ^.K,0(|-51;- K* tErtF-Y*,  r,ii*tli*.ni Insirnt  un   almii'htv   Iii.'   ii.li"'      n.    i              .   ,   i      i                             ii     -      -           C.olil(lclil������. B. C, Oct  l/ill.lMl.        Nov. b-CI.  im iiitni n.is gm jn  4iiiui,ru.j    m1. Jim ���������     Of III* w.ilt-li llr ki-i-pi sn \v������ll: |   ?������licid of it. ��������� Axk your ihoujihts   wilh   him   a.**   lie j  ,  , .   ������������������  o r-ustic- hy |  HOTICE.  THE  GOVERNMENT AND  THE INTERCOLONIAL.  And ynu Ih'.-ii- hi*< \v:ii*iiinjr hrl! ?  nf'.. r  TOURIST CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL  I T.iKi: N'fiTirK :hn: -Ixty .ln-.^  ���������   X    intcn.l tonpl-lj- to lliel'llief'Omiril-.i./n'r . t- ��������� .       ., .     , i .     ITr:.|....c  ,...,,.. , ,    ,.        . of   MiniN .mil  Hotk* ff.r ihtiii!*"-Ioii  m ���������!i- ' .Slinil.lN.-j,    V\ CUni'Ml.lJ.S,   I   r.ll.U .s  IIi-scliUlm.Bi*' roiifjli   and   n:s   vis.-ir* j "f,a���������-c������ r,orPO, 0| Un-t.!.**-*rV.! ��������������� Jolion-:       !  glim. j    Coinni**nf!nr iti f. f..,-.i :nark..*<[A!!f: i';:rr;-*    Montreal ami   Boston ���������  Xo. 1 I'osi;   Ihence   ������.:������*,  3)  fhniii-;   :l).-ii<-  North 10clmin*: *.*ic-iK,e������������t ifwl.���������>[:.������: iln-m-  South 10 ehftln*, io j^-iint of  eoi.iii.f-iH-f-iiH*  This frHetfon of lftntl i-ominenf'***< N-.rth  ..f   K  _______ lj-.it hi������ lii-ait lii'jit* h\it antl tint-;  t Hi* ,-isUs nn   pi',ii-i*   for   the   worls   h  While llh*   Lihertiit   axe    liyin-   to, ,.,���������.������, i>:'i'������rj''i  pre-rnr-ilon lollowing M-K������.zi..*'.  flNiiu   i-ieiliL   for   pfToi-tn   to sclv<- Ihr '     [:���������1. thr   I luniks  slimiUl   rnme   rrom ] S���������}*'*'?*}. '���������"<���������-������������������  '"'������t**!"'������2 "Ko1-- ������> *"'-���������  ii-iiiikpni'tuti(in pinlilein in C.iii.-iiIu, th* |        yfn! j  fact-!     of    the    maniicvn.ent    uf   ihe ! Then Ki--.it cfully think nf the pn^ini-ei', ,  Iiilercoloniiil   piocl-iini   them    ultinly'i     And liuil him a hero l������il>l���������  ii!coiii|>*L*teiit.    .Mr. l-il.iii-pioffSkC-d thnt. I  oronlo-  | inor'.- or lesi.  ���������Ciolilliel']*,,Sov.'.'7.  :WI.  Al.lfir, f'V.CKY.  Imi. I-I in   I'1-IIDAVS  SUNDAYS,  .and   U'I���������:D^���������|���������;SDA^'S  he would wilh Lhe Intercolonial do  Hie;it IhiiiK-i i������ the lrjiiispoita.tinn of  fieight ami help build up (J.umdian  port*. Not only has Ihe frei^lit ������ei-  vice heen miserably handled hut never  before did (yiinudiau porti le-,e mill a  piopoiiion of the business licit, should  properly belong to them. The road is  losing money very fast aiul is not  aeconinlinhing the ohji'tts for which it  has the right to exitt at a government  road. And now it is made puhlic that  the passenger service is ax lamentably  bad as the freight service. It has been  generally known that passenger trains  did not run on time. Even the Royal  train could not be made to keep the  A plain man doiii������ his duty well.  For love of it r.ither than gold.  Certificate of Improvements.  1TOTICB  JSTOTIOB  notice i5:iv*f,i,y Riven tb.t m-Uj. .;Wr! Passc"tfCrs licketdl  to all   points  1"   ilHtc I intend to npplj;  to th-* i:ni.'f_':om  ^e Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability. ���������  Carry n full and complete line of  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, Londojn Dry. and Plymouth Gins,  Porta, Sheries, Clarets, Champagne, Ljquers  Imported and Domestic Clears.  ltntte. Silver flow unil I'.IrcIc Pin.iiin.nl  .Minernl Cluim", s timte in lhe I.nr.lesn Mining  pivi-tion of West ..o*������ienay Pistrii-t.  Where Lofnteil: Near thc Jfcuil of Lexington Crock, a tribntnry of Fish f'reck.  TAKK NOTICK thai f. A. V. Cinninins, a!*-  Aceiit for the fiouble Khi*]c Mining anil Development Compniiv, linilleil. of Kerjftison,  B.C, 1-rce Mini-r'M Certilicate Xo. .11,8.1].  intend, sixty itujx from the ilnle hereof, to  apply to the >!iniii(? Feeonler for p. Cerlifieatc  of Improvement*, for the purj-ose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And i nrthcr Take Notice that action, iniilni  Section '.ft, muit be romincnceil l^iforc the  lHhbance of bweh Certificate of improvements  Dated this twentv-thlrd day of January, A.P.  1202..  '< A.I". CVMMINS, FM..S.  Feb. 0���������tf  jnis*.ion'*rof f.anfls and Work.i for p-r.".i-.*������ion  to ent and tarry away rtmberfroin Hit- 'ollow-  inj? -le-^erilx:.! fartd.i:���������Comm������'nc!n^ n*. a [,o-<j,  at lhe Ho'ith-eavt corner of Koger F. f'orry'i  pre-emption, marked ".*-'oiitbea".t f.,rn*-r of  i timber limit applied for by F. J. fJoiiiimltb";  ihence -.vest iO chains; thence nortli it;ti rlmlni;  thenre ca������t-10 chains to FiAh Crer-',.-; ibenee  followinit themeanderlnfjs of Ki-di <:r<-'*k- 1W  '���������haIn*" to point of commcnecmeiit; c..nt*iinln!,'  Oil acre*!, more or 1cm.  T. J. fiOt.I'-MITir,  Thomson's Landing, October liiih, T'll.  1TOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that m <lay������ afl'-r -Ial*** I  intend to apply to the Chief C'on������inls*,ioner of  I.andn and Works for permi"*.**ion lo purchase  the foliowinicdencribcd lamK:  CommencinK at a post marked "K. MpAdamH*  ! o.i rout," situate clone to the "Id line of  11111 <t Branlford'a pre-emption, Fl-h .Creek,  Ihence north *K) chains, thence west ll) clmins,  thence south 40 chains, tbence east 20 chains  tu pointof commencement.. '  (ioldfields, Jan. 18th, 1902.  .'i K. SIcADiU.  nt. lowest rates.  DIRECT STEAMSHIP  SERVICE j  From Vancouver to---  CHINA  | A PAN,  AUSTRALIA.  ALASKA  g������  Full  Inrorinntlon ni'il   nnrliculard flnr-fv  T. W. Bradshaw,      Ii, J. Coyle.  Agent  Kevelstoke.  ;     Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  Write for our interesting books " Invent-^  )or\s Help" mwl " Hotv you are swindled."(  )Seii(I lis u rough, fcketcli or model of yonr in-/  Jvoitioti oi iniproveiiK'iit nnd wcwill tell you/  /free our opinion ,'._*, to whether it is probably)  )i iitcninblc. (���������? ejected cpplltctions have often)  M������"������.,,i .-uc-L'r-fcsfiilly pio*>ccute<l liy us. \Ve)  ^coiitl'.tcl fully cq'tiiwriefl oflirctt in Montienl)  *n������d W.ti!ii:iuton ; Un*><i������:t1irjcs us to prompt-)  >ly fli-%p;itrli nfnU and quicki^.* stctire Patents)  )iiHliro id .*i.������. tl-.c invention. Highest refcicnces)  ifnrni^licd. v >  j I'i.trnt" procured through M.iiton & Ma-/  Jriini receive special notice without charge in J  j over io** n* w^Kipcrs dt*>trthute<il thutugliotit 5  Wli*? f> tnitti'iti. j  1 Sfwcinlty:���������I'atrnt Ijusiness of Manufac-J  ituiert ;iml J*nj<i������eer<*,  P^ARION & MARION  ;    Patent Expert-, and Solicitors.  )n������i������������-   !   New York Life B'ld'B.nontrealtJ  Y"^ X    Atlantic Bldg,Washington Dxlj  ILTOTIO.'E  NOTiCi:���������llialsixt}- day? after '"ate I in ten*!  to applv to the Chief t'omniiisioner of  I.andH and \Vorks for pcrmI������:!on to purchase  :U1 acres of land sltna'eon the Nnrthpa't Arm  of Arrow r.ak'*, in the riiilrict of West Kootc-  ni y,B C, and described as follows:  (.ommenring from S.W. corner of I_ot 1141,  tlicnce North astronomical '20 chains; thonce  West SO chains; thence Sooth 110 chains ap-  h-  FBED. ROBIXSOX.  thence    120H   chains    >orth  Eroximately;     . . _  asterly'te joint of commencemtnt.  cb. 3-rtf  C. R.SsEXE, Age  t.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  I'romiit delivery of parcels, bajgage, etc.  i/ to any part of Hi* city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at R. M. Smythe'*7 Tobacco  tore, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive proapt  tteution. "       r  Jas. I. Woodroxfr  BHTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  CoraKeirB?S. ���������'���������KBYBMSbKB.B.fc-  .>���������*  *S;1  m  w  lf!1  I  1  i  I  4  a  't\  i  S-1A  ' *ij  ,-*������_&.  xamax ti  6-  ���������V  K  If  If  I)  estern uevsaopmeri'  UMSTED  Cupilnl: .1,000,010 in l.OCO.UOO Share.*-.   I'ar vulue $1.00 each.  All Treasury Stock.     No Promoter's and tio Preferred Stock.  Large Veins Free-Milling- Gold Ore  First Allotment.    200.000 Shares now ollered for 50c. a hhnre.  ANDREW F. ROSENBERER,  Secretary, P.O. !lox"00, Xclhon, B.C.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Oliicial  Brokers,, P.evulstoke, ll.C.  ' I r  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW  )N THE MARKET.  E-B  BUY  BEf ORE YOU SLEEP'.;]*.  CIRCLE.. CITY is the Terminus   of   the  'proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via  the Lardeau  Creelc with   fork lo That point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the'base of   the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE  CITY  is' absolutely   surrounded    by     Mining"   Properties   now   under  Development. .....  raer  Irrsi  itih'g  from Lhe  r=a rft-a,  R  4 ff"  9  iSSSJt  '���������&%*=,  Wliich wiii be utilized  next .Season  by Concentrating  Plants.  ��������� Printers  ���������of  ���������Pine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery,  Including  LETTER   HF.  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE MEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  ADS  POSTER AH3 U053GER  PRiHTEKG   A  SPECIALTY  HeraSd Job Ofviice  FRONT STREET.  \JT  NAME...  Ib by tier than riches   .   .  Wc have tho mime of making  the only irlviNli Suits in Town  ���������for dnnibilUv nud qnulity  thev nlso excel^  .TRY ONE  R S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  @&ci Tor oai  Fiisl Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  loi* Gush.  ���������}.'l*'l''i**t'I*'>'J*'l*'l*'t*t't*^l***l'*i*'i*'i**i**'l*'i'*  | PELLEW-HARVEY, f  I BRYANT -'& CiLMAM f  & Mining Engineers *  & and Assaycrs,  S  VANCOUVKU, 11.0.       KstnbliM.cd IS00  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Ti'sts made up K> 2,0011 lbs.  A specially made of checking (Smelter  mips.  Sample1* from lhc rnterini* liv mail or  cxpicss promptly i-.tlcmlci! to.'  Correspondence solicited.]  VANCOUVER, B. G.  **************************  .L/c  ��������� a  Successor lo 13, Jenlcln**,  Manufacturer*, of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing: of Boots, Shoes  and Harnoss, a Specialty.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  ������te  Ably furnished with the  Choicest tlie Market  affords,  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Largo, Light bedrooms.  -   Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  I.x  ���������?.- v.-..-*  ii-r '���������>  - SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT',  ���������'  ;  a  =1  a.'Br.'BATHo:  Ferguson; B. O.  APPLY TO  oh'n Kernag  LEGAL  J"U. SCOTT *B A.,'LL.il.  Harrlstcr.       Solicitor,  First sircct, ltevcl**loke  -Money io loan.  Xctnrv    rublic,   .Etc.  J-JAUYEY, Jl'CARTE^ & 1'IXKIIAM      '  Ij.irr-.slcr.*1, Solicitors. Ktc.  Solicitor-.* for Imperial Bank of Clanndn.  Compnnv fund*-to lonn ntS per cent.  Frp.oT rtTj-inKT. Itovel-.toko B. C.  CHURCHES  -emeu. Mibb.ith SchoolttiulBibleUl.ia-i m i:'.<x)  '���������v.iekh- l'r.ncr Meeting every Wedne-dny  eveuiiiW nt 7":3U The public are eoroliallj  iiiviteti*   beni*? free.  Rev. O. Ladner, l'astor.  Is the recognized    org*,n for all the latest  n.iiiiiig mows   of  North j, aBrlIODiH cnrnnr. anv������������n*OKr..  Kootenay.    Particular attention is   paid  to   sucurmjc   o.iv.y  nu-rl   roliali.o 5|    p10.lPll]I1K _.,cr<.i-i*-> nt n n. in nml 7:30 p. in  intelligence fi-oin tlio newly cliseovecudi'i-eo ilUlinji Gold Uiuiifis  on  Kish E; i;ln*-*> muciiu** nt  the  <*!o������e  oi  the moruiu  Rivei' und from the placer and quartz iiiines of the Bi;4 Bend nnd  district, |  in the immediate activity   of Kcvnlsloko,   such  as   T'liecillewaet,   Albert j  Canyon, Jordan Pass and Isaac Creek.    >Texl   season   will   witness*' a  biK |  revival of certainty lhroug;hout North  Kooteuay,  and   mining  mon  and a  __o_thers__des_ii_ou*j of gaining, the oail.csl._and moat authentic news from    the 8  district   -will   find  the "columns  of the  Ul-IIEALD  their  best  source'    oT~{'  information. 5  Railway-News is also a Specialty of the HERALD and articles of .?  special interest to Riiilway men will also he. found in its columns. j  ST.  1'r.TEI! S CHIJI'.CIl, ANGLICAN.  -"��������� ni5flfirii7ra"~iIoiv-EiK:iiiirisij-*ll-a7in7^_na=TJ*,*  unuv un<l -ernuiii (llolv liucliari-t first Sun-  lav in ilie month);' 'i'Jto   Sunday   hi hool, or  ��������� ���������hiidre-.i's service; ~-LM Evensong {Cliorall nml  '-crmc.il.    Holv  Diiy.*-���������The Holy  .biiRliiii'lai :������  ,-clebrnied tx.1 7 a.m. or S a in , as announced.  Mo'.v l*.ar,ti*.ui nfter Snntla\ Scliooi nt:i:15.  c. a. I'lioccKiEit, llecior.  ��������� FARWELL   E.STATE-,  The   cliolcc land" noi-tlr of  track,  hetween Tnniiinjj's nncl Long's,'will  be subdivided for sule ns  boon us  .   possible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B.C.  ��������� P. O. Ho::, 113.  Red Rose Degree meet** second nnd fonrtl  Tuesdays of ench month; White Rose 15ci;re(*  meets third Tuesdny of each.qunrler, in Oddfellows Hull.   Visiting brethren welcome  G.E. GKOGAN. HY. EDWARDS,  President. Hon. Secretary.  BEAUTIFUL  Express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  r.a-wrencc's will be - promptly  ai'.citlcd to.  H.  Cook.     "  aevelstike -Rid. Co., Ltd*  rKbBVTEnlAK cuuxca.  Service every *-iiinl������.y at 11 ft.in. and  TILE HERALD offers ftilv-iiitajjos in its total AYeekly circulation  and the class of readers,-wliich it reaches, uiniars llelcd in the district.l' It  appears twice to any other rinpor's once a week and is l'ouml in the homi*-.  of the wage-earning classes, thc hackhone of the husine'ss of the ciL������trici.  Bus:nessmeii want their announcements to reach iho home people who  have the money to take advantage of their offers and the homes anil  families which render il necessary for them lo >per.i! il. - No other class or  circulation is of anyusc to them, 't'liese arc. t.he kind of people who make  up a bjg proportion of our Suhsci'ibcis, people with hom-'s. finnilie--.  employment and interosts right at, home, tiie people Revclstoltc merchants want to get at. A space in om* advoi-Usiiig columns, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes ji Twice A-"\Veei: let lea* to i-vci y home in  Revelstoke, and in. the Railway ai.il Alining points, (TribuUiry to Revelstoke husiness. ���������        ������  winch nil nro. uelcome.  ftp. in. every Wcdii*>*-^liiy.  :30 p.m  I'rnyer inceuni,' nl  Ri:v. W. O. C/.i.i)E������, Pastor  HOMAN CATHOLIC CllL'I'.CIl. -     "  Mn^s   r.t 10;o<) n.m,   on   lirst.   kCcond  nnd  ourth SundaMi in the month.  .   '1*EV.   I'ATIIKR   TIIIYIMI.  Skutlni! every nfternoon,and evening from  '.I lo -1* nml from"S to 10.  Thc Public arc invited to vi-.it the Rink; lio  eliaige bcini. uindc for .spectator!.    '  A rtinrpe of 'Hit: will beiuade for skating. ;tn  llio afternoon liidic-c or children 15c. '  ,  Pcn**oii 'I icVrots inn\* be purcha*,cd at thc rink.  l.uilic** ?a.-*0, fieii'loiTieii fli.' Children fiS.  (itnid for -,l.*atiuL- nnernoon nnd 'ev-ininii, ex-  ct-TTt !qrf"iT7rre^'ni-;^H*ira-r-L;itr'iiiviil*.-f-iiocke\-  Mn'.i'hcs. etc,  Hockey Practices.  Now ready at my Studio, views  of Revelstoke and vicinity. Also  telephoto views of all the peaks  ' visible from the city. They will  he upon permanent platiuotype,  the finest photographic paper procurable and absolutely permanent, .  size 3x4, 25c., size 1x0, ."JOc. Send  these to your relatives and friends  for the New Year and they will  have sotnething of a Une artistic  value. The Studio will remain  open this evening till 22 o'clock.  SENIORS  -Mondnvs. I'ridnv*- niif! yiuurdny*.  Jrnmiu to 11. H'ciine.-dav.*,. from  7 to !*.  lUSlOliS��������� i'ueMii*.*, rrom  Id to  11, nnd  Weil-  ne-ida\ri from 7 lu li  I.A DIES���������Tucsilii. <, from 2 lo tf.  CurlliiR every afternoon aud evening.  jl ���������  ���������if-uiii; everv  SALVATION   AR.MV.  nlaht in their Hull on  From  SOCIETIES.  1OT1H  ii\z\ lux I  ts the comp'.ctcst in Uio district; for appliances, material and"  Craftsmen. Our work speaks for itsoif. No .other oltice iu'STorth  Kootenay can touch it, because we not onlj- have the loo's to do good  work with, but we know how to use them. (Jail ,-ind see o_ur Sum pies and  you will perhaps be surprised to see the'arti.stic and finished claus of work  which we can turn out.   Prices graded down to suit the times.  ll  II  No.  .-     Hecilnr mc-etincs are held In  111'  (...cl.-illiuv's Hnll on the Third hn  ���������j*^    ������nv ol-ant-b month, nt S P.m tli������rp  rf-VS3^    Viiitinc brethren cordially invited  V-Ac.-1.:-*    ' A.J   1ISSDX. W.M  S:^Xi'- ,    tW. Ci.l'.IRSEY Rcc.-Scc.  A. ,K. KOLDiCH ,tc.^  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASS AVER.     .  Rovnl Pchool of Mine**, London.    Seven yean  :.*M���������r{.   Works,   Sv.r.nFca.    1/   years  Ohio!  f'hemN    to W pAn Coal nnd Iron Co     Em;  I Sto i hcuii-t nnd As-n-.cr, Hnll Mines, Ltd.  Claim- examined ������n<\ reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  HEW YEAR'S CAKES I  NEW VBAR'S CAKES !  FRUIT,  o        -PEEL,  GROCERIES  For people who like  to make lheir own  Cakes.  PLENTY OF MILK'    -  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison your systems  using Condensed Milk, done  up in old rusty li-n cans?  when you can buy pure.  SALMGH ARM KilUC  at R������VELST0K������ DAIRY.  H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  '-rKEK HEAPS, BIKD5, Etc. MOUNTED,  liijs i.i������<ini"l nnd Pe-Blrcd.  JUST EA65" OF  PRESBV1EUIAN  CllL'I'.CIl  Third Street.  I a  MM Of ASSIGNMENT  NOTICE I- HEREHY flJVKN tlint Henry JA  lloizrnc, <*���������[ ItoveUtokc, British Colunibin, and  t'rnnk II. liournc, of Knlnisp,llritish Colnmbin,  carrying on l-usinc.-jH at Uuvuialokc, Nakusp  and Nc.v Denver ns (lenoral Merchant!*, under  thc firm nniiic ol Honrnc llrothcr.-*, have hy  deed dated lhe KHLi nny of cJnimary, 1902,  n^igncd all their and nch of their real and  pcr.-conal properly which may be seized and  sold nndcrexeculion. for lhe general benefit  of creditors lo Frederick Ilnscomlje, of Haro  street, Vnnconver, Merchant, and Arthur  IVilliam .lohuston. of WntcrStreet, Vnncouver,  Merchant.  A meeting of lhc creditors is hereby called  for Monday, tho 20th day of .Tnnunry, 1902, at  the hour of -1 p.m. nt the oflice of csrs. S.  Grcen**liiclds Son >fe Co., Water Slreet, Vancouver.  n Stock...  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,$2 PER YEAR,  IN ADVANCE.  TO    LET  Cottneo,   lorner Fourth   Strct   aiid Orton  tvciiitc-.     Vor   particulars  apply    to    "��������� /-  , Sxnatzs, Tlie Molson! Bank. Dec 2Mf  A  Warehouse full of  first-class  Quality   Wheat, Oats,  Short,       Eran,  Hay, Coal.  Prices a������ny down for Spot Cisl*.  J. C. HUTCHISON.  All creditors arc required to liie with Arthur  William Johnston, one ol the Assignees, full  particulars of theirclnims and thc nature ol  their j-ccuritics, if any, held by them, an*i  notice is hereby given that after tho fint da  of April the Assignees will proceed to distribute thc assets am ng the creditor?, of wlioie  debts or claims they **hnll have received  notice, and that they will not be responsible  for thc nssetsor any part thereof fo di.tribnted  to any creditor of whose debt or claim they  sliall not then have received notice.  Dated thi-slltli day ofji'.uiary, A.D., 1002.  DAVIS, MARSHALL & MACNEILL,  Solicitors lor thc As������igno������.  The Attitude of the Old Parties  Towarda the Workingman.���������  The Liberals and the Alien  Labor Law.  The I'flitori.'il in j-om* issue of the lit  inst. '*]<.iisily Satisfied" is indeed a isid  conuncntiity upon the boasted advance  of lli������ 20tli i*i������ntufy and must lead one  wlio Ink os :i retrospective glance at  history to thu conclusion that we have  in fact barely emerged from the  state, which prevailed amongst the  people of barbaric 'days, when tribes  were pitied iigainst each other, the  victor looting from tho vanquiihed  and dividing the spoils amongst hisr,  followers.  Certainly the auiiom of the old  political parties are auinlogotis in kind  to those of thu days of barbarism, only  differing iu degree, and vaiugloriouslr  asserting that because the degree hai  been changed that progress haa been  accomplished. Truly the saying  "Scratch n Russian you'll find a Tartar"  is constantly elemplifled in the  political arena.  Principle is a beautiful word to roll  iniiU'i* llio tongue and one may say  wilh .-ipologii's in .Madame Roland for  tlu* p,n-:ipiti.-i-so "Principle how many  iuf.iidie.-i an* c-nuimiltpd in thy name."  I'.ilii y, expediency, ulterior motive  aro the re.il f.u-tcns governing the  action!, of the ulil parlies. Tn subs-tanti-  atinn of this as-ii rtion 1 may say that -  one of tho clinching arguments  employed by those advocating the  election of their candidate for political  honors is his pull! Truly ne may ask  whether dues this tend.  The province or the constituency is  not awarded benefits wholly and  primarily bi*e.uis*i* of the justness of  the demands, but because it is deemed  expedient in onler to prove the appreciation of the powers that.be to  those who have acted as their henchmen.  Itijthe abstract we aregreat admirers  of principle but in the concrete it may  be -summed tip by the question,"What  ���������  is there in il for me?"  So fm- as the Conservative ��������� party is  concerned, being actuated by the old  Latin proverb, "De mortuis nihil nisi' -" ���������  boniun." I will refrain ftom "comment  but as no such deterrent prevents me  having a word .to say regarding the  Liberal.party, I wish to add a few  words tc what you have said regarding  iiie Alien Cabor'Bill and will begin by  begging Iho question of your reader:  By whom was the Alien Labor   Bill  fathered ?    What   provincial   organs ,  were the most  ardent   supporters   of  labor's cause during the recent   strike  and what party do they support?  The answers to the above will clearly  demonstrate that whilst they were  avoiding Scylla they certainly ran  amook onCharybdis, in other words  they strained at a gnat and swallowed  a camel, inveighing in the strongest  terms against the result of their own.  party's actions locally, whilst nationally lhey are its most ardent sup-.  porters. - -   -  Constituency thou ������rt a jewel 1  The following extract  is   from   tha  Dominion   notes   of   John A. Flett in  the-American   Federationist of   Jan,  1002:  "The possibilities of this country aro  ���������giuiit���������iroiD-ei=-4r.anufnctui'������ng���������stand-i���������.  point. Iron and other minerals are  found in largo quantities. The  Domitiioii Tron and Steel Company, in  their ne.'*- works at Sydney, are about  to mamifaciuro steel rails and other  kinds of merchant steel; tho works are  .inclosed with a hich board fence and  tlie company i-s hos-tile to organized .  'abor. ��������� Durin<; the liricklaycrs' lockout at the works tha company imported foreigners to fill their places  :ii!,-l have since imported Italians and  recently havo hewn bringing a large  numbei of Negroes from Alabama and  other plac.s. Large subsidies are  given by llie government in order to  .���������.iicoiu.-itjc the manufacture of iron  and t>le<?l.  The much-heralded alien labor law  of Canada is only a bluff at legislation  the amendments of the last session of  parliament rendering it utterly useless.  Bad a;.' tlio law was last year, it ia  worse now. Largo employers of labor  have no" hesitation in importing labor.  Thi*) was very noticeable during tha  trackmen's strike on the Canadian  Pacific Kailway.'I  In view of this certainly it is hfgh  time that the workitigmenof Canada  should lend a deaf ear to the sophisms  of those, who by ante election promises  are anxious to ride into power on their  backs, "but having once attained tha  topmost round, they then unto the  ladder turn their backs, scorning the  base degrees by which they did as*  cend "  "Workingtnen   in    your    vote    yoti  possess   a  priceless  jewel,   therefor*  study well the character of .those, who  ffsk your suffrages, so tbat by no act  of yours shall the jewel be tarnished.  Yours truly,  J. W. B������Torri&  11 T,1 X��J^t^t-U.L2S^2i.^iXtStl-t2i<T12^r.;i!:^.:V:.. ���
May be. made in wearing
Chest Protectors
But your groatest mistake will
be in ide iu not wearing one.
They are a great preventative
of cold and nobody should la*,
without one when they can
gel lliem so cheap at lhe
All Sizes and Prices.
-See them iu our window.
.ToilXi-oN ��� At. Calgary, on February (i
Ihe wife of IC. IJ. Johnson. Aii-ounl*
ant iMolson's Bank, of a sou.
We have lately imported
tlie choicest varieties of
the above in bulk, and
arc selling- at
--Im'osIi eggs .-it. A. N. Smith's.
AV  T. Hallon, the architect. I'm
hospital, is in town.
.Mr. and .Mrs. I"). Kobinsnn aie away
at t he coast.
.Mis-* I.. Lail.inen iv'.urnrd from a
viiil to (Iiitlln lake ou Tliurdiiy.
��� i.iemiiiu* bee honey al, ('. IS. Hume
\- I'm's.
.Mi**- Ihtiicnii iclurned fiom a few
djys' vi;.iI to Ai 1 nwliciid ye��tei*d.*iy.
K.   .lulian     i<    sei-ioin.ly     ill     with   <
hwiuoi rage of I he sloiuach.
������   l-'resh but I era I  A. N.  .Sinilli'.-.
Next Wednesday is A_.li Wednesday
I he lir>t dnv of l.enl,
��� l-'resh (.lorei-ie.* nl, A. X.    Sinilli'.-.
(���hine.se New Vear began Friday.
The festivities culminate aliout next
F.'J. (iueriii i*. the Hkii.m.ii regret-*
lo learn, in a very lew condition with
7���Don't forget our big .shirt sale is
���.lill on :_t C. li. Hume Si Co'.-.
.las. Taylor has already a ineiuber-
���>hip of over 60 for the Philharmonic
society, whicli he is getting up.
Services tomorrow in St. Peters
church as usual at 11 a.m. and 7..'il)
p. m., Kev. C. A. Prncui'iier ottiiiating.
��� Fresh eggs arriving weekly al C.
B. Hume & Go's.
The contract for getting out the
atone for the foundation of C.S1. Hume
cV Co.'s new store was awarded to .1.
Kernaghan yesterday.
The Quadrille club held an* assembly
on Thursday evening, but the great
event of the winter will bo their
masquerade liall next Monday.
���A nice line of gent's collars and
cult's, the very latest things oul, nt
C. B. Hume & Co's.
P. Chapman, head of the Nelson
branch of A. Macdonald & Co.. is going
to Victoria to take charge of the Earle
wholesale grocery stock, which the
linn have purchased.
There will be special business of
importance before Lodge Royalty, S.
O. B. S. at the next regular meeting on
Tuesday evening, Jan. 11th and every
member i* particularly requested to
" The civilian rifle association list is
mounting up and there are already
between 20 and SO names on it. Forty
i.*�� the number required by the regulation.
The total receipts of the Hospital
I3all were $410.00. expenditure 812S.50.
Uaving a balance of ��282.00 a* the net
proceed-*. A full report will be
published in our next.
What steps are the Kevelstoke
curlers going to take to be represented
at the Kootenay Curling Association's
bonspiel to be held at Sandon on thn
Ifitli insl? If arrangements are
-   delayed it is not likely Kevelstoke will
75.1. oer ID.
1 lio-hosi   Award
at lhe World's   l-'air.
Red Cross
*.    ��� ��� Drugstore
g^ LUft1BER5V5E&:3
We arc selling them off at a liberal Discount.
You will find Our Store the Best Place to Buy.
Our Prices are reasonable ancl our goods cannot
be excelled. '���-��
...,...,    I..I,...      L.
I  tnnkc nil styli*.- ot I'lidlu Utittoti-**.
Uroorhos, I'in-, K" v.     Wry .Ncnc-t  I)c-
1 copy nny |>liotuj;nipli or tiniypo.
Ynu should  call  without (IuImv anil
Ml fur some of tlwtM* popular
Union-Made Overalls
Boots and Shoes.
g-:ei-t:e:r,a.ij zm::h:r,:h:.a.itis-
Ladies come and
else wliere.
In  large and selected .variety.'
inspect our stock- before liuyin
We have-a' large new': shipment of the favorite _^��
and reliable "KAfPKHSS .SriOK'* for Women ^
just coming in; they cannot he beaten for Style, ���&���
Comfort and Wearing Qualities. 1^
���a*"��� *��3
g^- Don't Forget that We Always Carry a  Complete Stock ^*
fj?*^ of House Furnishings. ���-����*>
mack'I':.\"/:ii-: avi-xuf.
 -ll cinemluM*
ti Innitcil linn*.
I will hi* hor*.* onlv
i    HOWARD   KING,    ��
2 ��
A Spirited Contest on the Revelstoke Rink on Thursday
Evening Results in the Game
Being Awarded to Revelstoke.
There was a good crowd .it the "rink
tn take in the hockey match played
on Thursday evening. Tin* teams
lined up as follows.
Revelstoke:���Hillier. 12,00); Kdwards.
Citpl.. point; Alhitn, cover point:
Graham. |centve: I'ew.*. rover: Onrey,
right wing: Douglas, left, wing.
Vernon:���.Sawyer, goal; Ii. Jackson,
point: E. KI worthy, O.ipt.. cover poinl:
S. A. Stratfoi-il. right winn: B.
Jackson, left winj;: T. I*., t.'iowell.
centre: J. McLaii^hliii. rover.
In the first live minutes of llie fjame
Liraliiini scoi'ed a c;onl foe the iioiiu.
leam. iil'tei' whicli the visiiois put in
live hefoie lhe first, hall" was over.
Durinp the second half lievelstoke pnt
on lliree more leavini; the .--core at five
lo four in favor of lhe .visitors, who
declined to  play  the   remaining   two
.    5.714.000.
of all   kinds
just opened up.
A set of
from   the    Foley   factory   In
England, will suit vou.
Hockey Skates
Revelstoke, B.C.
A Variety of Interesting Busines^
Items Taken Up and Disposed
of By the City Fathers.        .
The City Council met as usual lasl
niglit. nil present.
Thc medical henlth oflicei- reported
a ii'.nntiei' of fresh cases of measles in
Miss Robinson's! room and suggested
lhat the room should bo closed and
parents compelled to report fresh
cases to the principal, as laid down in
lhe Health Act.
It was the general opinion of the
council that it. was very little use in
try ins   to   protect   tlie   children     by
Cosgrove Merry Makers.
he represented.
j to    be
alon^r on   April   2nd.    Ea-ler
Oiisjji'ovh's     orchestra,     :t      second
attraction,   will   appear   in   town   on
April    '2ml.    Easter    Tuesday.     The j
ore-he.-1rn   is   rnmnovprl   of   first-class ! ,        ,
. .      , .   . ; two hour concert
musicians   only   and    after   "ivinjr  tildiui.t-
pio^i-amine   of     instrumental    music I which o'u<_*!it in caich lhe
la.-tins: a couple of hours, turn to  'ind    the dance just, afii-r Lent
p'ay a hall programme of three hoin-j. '. _ . ��� _    -
minutes on lhe plea of ron-h play, j ci0Kj���., the .-clioo!***, when thev would
The referee. .Mr. .1. M. -Scott   accord- * , aKainst onc':anothei*
inch* awarded the ua me to  the  home1  lc ���""-'-'' 1    -k
leiiin. - in the si reels.      The  letter  was  fyled
and thc matter left lo the discretion of
lhe ! riist.ee**.
R. Tapping a.-ked   to  be allowed  to
The CosRvove   Company   of   Mt.,.rv j run the opera  house  for a   license of
-Makers showed in the opera house   ,*������: live dnllai-s r<ir six months  to  eiicour-
Thursday night and j;ota good house. | !i"e iiidu.-lry and build up the  town.���
The entertainment was. ai njtiai   with ; I"yl^rl.
Mi*. Cusgi-ove's companies. I horoughly : W*.-M. Brown .-aid that he had no
first., class iu evrl-y nan i,**-i**T*. ' :,7,X-' cyiict ii-t of .111.11 .-���ntiiie ROOtU__sold.
thorou-jhlv en.nved"bv"ihoi.e   pic-scnt. ' M����-h of the =lufT  wa.- c.r   very  little
1 v.i 1 ae   and    In;   had   to    llnmv   small
day or two'and advise what is necet;
sary in Ihe (ire alarm system. Mis
charges would lie $10.00 and expenses
for the first clay and $7.00 anil expenses
for subsequent days. It was decided to
engage Air. Marshall at those figures to
examine and leport, on lhe system to
the Fire, Water & LiBlil, coinmiltoe.
The assessor was instructed by
resolution to commence I.he assessment
roll for 10,12 on Feb. 9tli and complete
it by April Oth.
The hylaw amending i.he llealih
bylaw in the interests of lhe pil system
was finally passed.
It was decided to ask for  application
for the position of ponndkecper.
Aid. Taylor asked if the agreement
to donate a couple of lots for a drill
hall still held crood. as the hall was
going to be built. The plans and
specifications nre prepared and everything would he ready lo .start building
in another month.
The city solicitor said the -matter
would have to go.before I he per-p'n.
The council then adjourned.
L. O. L.
There will hn a special meeting of
L.O.I,.. No. 10.r.S, tonight, al. S p.m.
Business of importance will come up
and every member is requested lo
i Another of lhe Cosgrove t ninpanie.***   i?
arliclrs in   to   make  a
=ale.    He  had
to   lhe   cily
It was decided
tiing instruments u hi.-h  gives   ;l ! elerk a�� lie received i
.ii.d   a    three   li our j l" store the. balance of lhe goods.
|irogi,-i-ntne.    n   c ombinatioi*. 1     Chief H-iin report en on tlie condition
votaries   of , (.c .j,(. v.U),.,. opposite lhc Central hotel
| which mii-chllie put. in excellent shape
j fur a lire ball with a furnace ami tower
There are now between ii and :}u
enses of int.'isle* among Iheehildrcn in
town, tn a few instniif.es the ilii-rase
are complicated wilh pncuinonU. The
cases are nearly all among children
unending .Miss Hnbinson's room in lbs
public school, wliich has lieen cut
down in its daily attundanre from
about 40 to l.'i.
The enst bound express met with a
I roken rail on Monday morning near
Seven Persons. The tourist, diner
and sleeping car left, the railnaii-J went
into the ditch, giving the p'tsat-ngers a
bad shaking. Mv. .Martin of Vancouver had hi�� collar bone bioken and
.Mr. Coo.iLiey, of Xelson, had I.he
cords of his wrist cut through.
On Friday afternoon a rink of
curlers from the Vernon hockey team
skipped by 3. .McLaughlin, played a
ten end game with a rink of the
Revelstoke club skipped by II. A.
Brown, which ended in favor of
Vernon by 9 to .">. The game was
���keenly contested and play good. .Mr.
McLaughlin is a good hockeyist and
lie is no novice at the roarin' game.
Tenders are lieing called for for the
erection of a drill hall, which will go
up somewhere between the Gordon
block and opera house on Second .St.
Jt is to be 88 feet long and 42 feet ivido
-with a cellar 42 by 21 flitted with a
furnace. The building will include
liesides the drill hall proper, an
armorv, officer's room and store room.
The plans, which are on  view   at   the
post office do not provide   for   a   veiy
artistic   looking,   building,    bnf     one
-^annot expect everything.
Unknown Woman Killed.
io    F. XV. k li.
! fm-     S'"*"*!.    Heferred
I -t,
; committee.
>   ��� I*'. ���McCaily,   cliiirmnn   of  lhe   .ninl
I coinmitfee of the   board  of  tride  and
* ' Liberal A.-soiialion a*ked fur  .1  grant
I of ��l.~>0 from tin*  city   lo   h��*!p  defray
\ tiie ex peine.- ctf a delegation lo Ottawa
Aboul four oY.livk Wednesday
iinuTiinii the iiiiiu-jli'd U'liiain- of .i
woman were di-covcrv**d in the C.F.H.
yards west of frincc-s street.. Tie-
police were iminedialelv, notified.
The body wa- taken to ICerr'.- under-
laking room-lu In* iilenl ilicd ami   tin* , ...
pared I'm* burial.   Cp   t��   lhe   time   of, <�����'������*'���  ,llf-  ff'V.'rmnei.l   to   inaKe
going   to   pri-s   nn   clue   a.-   In     t he; appropriation    of      SIU0.KX)    fr
irb.-nlity  ol    lhe   imfnrtunati*   or   I.he ; navigation of th.**   river  nb'jve   H"vel-
matiner in which-.he had   inel    di**ith j ,u>ie,. ���,,<] nt ^2T,.(m  for a   building lo
wereoblainable. ���  WinnipeurTelcgram.
Il'-ljcintt*. ere!
f-'iir'iri-liisly l'l('n��nnt nr*.*
(Hocolates and (reams
1 hf Hnvor 1   unsurpn��vG(I.
The fiunlity I�� Um br��t.
Th��j prlrc tho ninst populur���
j be used fix a   po-t, ollice  and  cu-toii-'-
| home.
Aid. Hume was personally in  favor
of a private sub.-criplion to r,ii-e  thi*'
amount.   The funds of  ihe city were
'too low.
Aid. Tavlor thought the amount was '
ISs-S.   Jl.   No. 17.
In the Supreme Court of British
cH.uu.iis iioi/n*:**,-, �� ni, I'luiium-**,
FIlANk-  VAXDAM. ,��.- MIl.l.IF. IU.ACK.
T.VICK NOTICK Unit pur-auint li* llio Onlcr nf
Hon..Mr. Jii*>(i.;e Mnrtin iiiinluin tin* nlinvu
fiotlnn mul ,l,itecl .Iniintirv 2*Jnil. 10112. there will
1,<_- (iffc-rcrt for .-nil* m l'"()l:l.l(* AUCTION liv
.Imiiu.*. rns-luriii (lii*i>lllr*i. ��f thu nmli'i'siuiicil
nl K-jvc-l-tuki*. U. c, on SA'I'i, IIDAY. tlie
Tnciily-Sci-'finil day nl l-'ulirniiri-, mii'j, nt the
linurnf Twoo'cliiek In the nfii'tii.inii. All nnd
���.uiKiilnr ihoefM-erlnln Tinri*i*N ni Inml sltnnti*
in lie-- - Uy nf lievt-Nii-ke. It. li. nml mou-
pHrtlrliiicrly i|t-.c*riln'(l ll*, I.ol> Niunliiji' U mul
III, I'.loek in, I'liin <;>:i.
On *"iId property I-* cr"'.*tf"l i com] Uvn
-���lorcy fnum; ilw.-llitij*
The iitl'l prnpnrty will !��<- suiil sulijct-t u< le
ynl'l Uu !i toilif* rlulils of John A Mum, liii
liP-ln.brn-.-lt.il'. nii-l ���mbjui-t In llie Incniii-
liriinci:- r*liiiri{i;cl Msrnln?t the Mild pri-nil-*(,*s
rinrllculiir*** nf wlih*li mny l,i; olitr.lncil from
J-r-.cleriek l-'rii-fr. IC-ii. , llvcpivor iipp.ilnlu.'l liv
-rtl��! Or<J��-r. or from '
I'liilliliffs' Solk-llor*..
pdleil -*0th Jiiaiinrj-, A Ii..]'.m)2.
:- -i'ii
tW-   rj
^.'ou 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   lo  your liking.     We do not employ
cheap tailors, we do not  handle  any goods  that   could
possibly depreciate our excellent reputation.       We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when
price is lhc sole consideration,  but  when style  and   fit
and wear arc duly considered, we can and  do   compete
with all ready-made goods, and all other tailors.
Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.
'fhe   Art Tailor,   Mackenzie Ave.
FU UN ITU UK GOODS must he sold
at cost in order to make room for
another lar^e enrol'Furniture, which
will he here shortly, call and see if
we can't urrrt,rf.e to supply you. Now -
is your opportunity to furnish cheap.
61 ECA/VIE] IT!.
The largest stock of the latest WATCHES,
^\ly many years' experience*enables me to'lmy
Unods -at  the   right;  prices,  enabling  me  to
sell to tlie public at reasonable prices.
!8��SI,I    EiSHSiiX��   #w- GKT{r{..RiiToSwNsiTr:.
TIM 1 MPT A T     t Camilla IVrniK.ne.il & We.-.teni
ng Association.
('imperial l-'iro.      Oulciloiiinn Kire.   Atlas Fire.
Ciuiiulliin Flre.   Mercantile Kire.    Northern Fire.
-; itiinnlliiii Kire.   Manelieater Kire.   (ireat West Life.
Dccnii, Aiicident and Ouarantee.   Conlcderntlon Life
fiuiiuliflii Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Flro
Pipped AlincmN- (',.*
por Pi.
Walter Bews, Phm. B.
I>niggi"L and .StnlloniT.
Ilr'-wn Hlfifk. Telrplimic A3.
Mortgage Sale.
U'-'I'KK ANIl  l'.V  VlJ_Ti;Enf Hie  p.nvc-r.s mn*
laiiied In  a rerliilii i**oricni;,i wlnc-h  will
. !���* printi;/*��l ��l tijc llincof -lilu, tln-re   will    tic-
a. small one and tlie cily  should   i.ranl ��� effored t,-.* I'lJin.ic Air  TION l>y.lniii-.<< Taylnr,
at Hie'itrici! i.f l!i�� uiid'-r-ii/iii-d nt Iluvulsicilic-
it*.   - ���    -
Aid.  .Manning   said   tlii-.y   ha
considered lhe people of the cily much i
i rt.ti., cn Hiittirdny,  tlie  twc-nty-.-ecoiHl  day of
d    no!    f'-'Tiiarv, A   p.. I��r_*, at tliu hour of two (.'c-lnck
i !" tla-Bfn-raooii, the ful low bar jiropcrty,  vi/.:
"ortli-SVc���t Quaritr of Hcntion
j*ortlw: of tii*-
i.i ... t    uf t -. I r':"   '""- To-.'.n-hlf, Twoiitv-Thrt-i! (.':!). Jcntiic*
when t.hey jiut the post oflice wheie   it; six tr,), ivc-i ���; theVixtli M*'.rl'll/in, enntnlnlii*,
was and he was against   givinii
tl.om ! t,y "-''ifti-a-iiri-mcni l.!*> and ill-MlO iirrci morl- or
���"--�� -t u-w.   sxld property heliiK f-liiinte near Cnilu-
any money out, of the treasury to go t<         '''    '      '       '  "  '     	
Aid. McLeod said that there were a.
fjood many people in town, who would
riive them a. pretty hard nib for
puttiu�� up city money lei send
delegates to Ottawa, if they cam'!
back without the grant.
Aid. McMahon thought the, opening
up of tho Hig Bend was of prime
importance to Kevelstoke and Im ^-;is
in favor (if granting the money.
Aid. Law thought the amount asked
was very re.sonable and he did not
think 1,1 in delegates should he asked to
put their hand.**, in their own   pockets.
A motion to grant the amount asked
for was earned.
F. 3. Marshall, city electririan at
Kitiiiloops, snid he could come up lor a
ll-iclile.,   lhc 'liixt'rle-j o7  Yale-, II. <:.   fm Hie
property an; (.:k; frame hiilldllifc anil  htiril,
For t-rinn ami e:e,m|H|0|��� ���| j���lK apply to ,
HARVI.V, Me-flAI!   KI. A  I'IN K If AM , I iS'3)
of I-.i-.M.toke, II.':., I *:*
���.,.,.      ,     Solicitors for Mortcn-,"ii-. I (lis,)
Dated at. itRvulxtoicc, .lan.2Stli. JMU. | ^
ArchI-i for the
Mason &Risch Pianos
Ol-Flei: AT
J. McLeod's Residence,
six'ONn .stri-:i-:t,  kast.
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
1�� Optional with .you. of course, -which you want to say, but we
would strongly advise you to carry some insurance. Your card
will bring you full inforniationas tocosl.
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