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 k  m������m%^xJLmim\Aa  t?  Vol    V.  No    104  REVELSTOKE B.C.   SATURDAY,   JANUARY  11, 190:*!  $2 00 a  Year in Advance  ��������� -.vV-'j*.  r \'.'-y  ,,-',.j  *>*'*-'  ,-- (i*  I r A  ���������IS-/  .\ ������  '"' 'h  Come and See  ^m^l^lV���������������4M������e������4������M������f4Me^M(^4f������1f4^  100 Pairs  Boots and Shoes  Men's, Ladies'and Children's,  ;iiow selling at actual COST.  NO OLD STOCK.  These goods -were all purchased  last season.  SHIRTS  SHIRTS  Save 40 per cent and buy your  Shirts now.  ������  .We are offering a splendid line  of \V.   G.  &  R.   ancl   White  Shirts "at" the  above big  discount. 7 All  goods .are..of- the*  Latest Stvle and Pattern.  HATS  Our bargains  in  Hats are  in  keeping with above discounts.  The stock includes:  FEDORAS  (RUSH and  STifF HATS  The Launch of the s. s.  Revelstoke at Nakusp and Her Trial  Trip Under Capt. Gore's Command to Arrowhead.  Wednesday  was a  grand   day    for  Rovolstokc!.    Hy eight, o'clock  a  large  party  of prominent business men anil  ladies   had   hoarded   tho   jsoulh train  hound I'or Nnktivp to attend the launch  of the steamer  Rovulstnkc*.     .Anions  those   present   were  the   mayor. Aid.  Abrahamson    and    Taylor,    Geo.   S.  MeCarter, seerotrry of the  Revelsloke  Navigation   Co.,   Mrs.   McCarty   and  Miss   Blanche McCarty, 11. A. Brown  and Mrs,* Brown, ,1. Robinson and -Mrs.  Rohinson, A. 10. Kincaid and Mrs. Kincaid,  Miss Kick,   A. C. McDonnell.  C.  13.   lliiine,  XV.   M.   Ijiiwrence,    fi.   A.  Haggen, of the Mail. G. E. Grogan, o|  the ILkicai.ii, F. Voung,F. Macbeth, A.  K.    Phipps.   Chas.   M.    Field,* M.   '.1.  O'Brien, F. '13. Wells.   Dr. Cross,  .1. M.  Scott. D. McCarthy, ���������). I. Woodrow. A'.  Anderson    and    John       Millet-.      At  Arrowhead lhey were joined  hy  .T .1.  Foley, (i. T.  Newman, li.  lt.  Rogers,  T. Beech and 3. II. Young,'and nL.LIiil-  cyon liy T. MeNaught.     The steamer  Kooienay landed  all safe at Nakusp  and- lhc   whole    party, immediately  proceeded   to   the.   C.P.R. ;'shipyard,  where F.  McCarty. 'president ��������� of  the  co!ii|iany,   (.'apt.   Gore   and  il-'oreman  Bulger   had ' everything  in  readiness  and  within   a   few   minutes   Iho  s.s.  Revelsloke with the.  whole  parly  on  hoird.      glided     swiftly    down     the  ways and  hit  the  water of  tho  lake,  amid the cheers of the crowd and   the  loud welcome  of  (he  whistles of  Lhe.  steamers     Rossland.   ICootenay    and  Minto, which were "all  al".  tho  wharf.  After the  launch,' Miss Blanche*   McCarty  hroke  a  liottlu   of champagne  over her hows and formally conferred  upon the new hoat the name of.tho  " Revelstoke.''     The Minto then came  alongside and took off the ladies, and  those who hud to catch   the afternoon  train at Arrowhead.     After  the  hist  touches had heen put on the wheel and  stoam got up,  the  Revelstoke  moved  out aiul headed   lirst   to   the   whin I'  where the residents  of   Nakusp- traveller   three   rousing    cheers,'    heurtiiy  resp'.indecl to hy.fhose on' hoard   and  then   north .for   Arrowhead.'    Capt.  Gore  was   in   command    and    chief  Kngiucor Stephens of the,C.P.R. river  Heel; in chargu   helow. in   tho   engine  room.    A very pleasant (rip was made  touching   at   Halcyon   and    reaching  ���������Arrowhead a little after dark in ahoul  three and a half hours  from   Nakusp.  The last twelve  miles   from   Halcyon  were covered in an hour aiid sho   was  never running over half speed all   the  way.    Coming in   to   Arrowhead   thc  s. s.   Minto   came   out   to   show   the  Revelstoke the way in, as sho has  not  yet shipped her electric   plant   for   a  head light, an act of  courtesy   which  wns ��������� greatly    appreciated     hy      the  memhers of the Revelstoke Navigation  Co., hut is only a small instance of the  way in which thc big railway company  and its ollicials   have   furthered   aud  fostered    the'  enterprise    from     the  -starts-.--r-v.*    *.--.��������� --._..: =_-i_^  good hoat makes her first appearance  on the waters of the Columbia at  Revelstoke.  The following telegrams and letters  were received liy Mr. MeCm-ler, the  secretary of the Revelstoke Nuvigation  Co:  Victoria, J3. C. Jan. 7Ui.  Have just reiiiiiied from extended  Hip. Impossible to leave at present.  -Many lhanks for invitation. B*3>'St  wishes for sleamer Revelstokc's success.  W. C. Wlci-LS.  Nelson, Jan. Jib-  Regret that 1 eamiot be present at  launching of steamer Revelsloke. Von  hnve my best wishes for the fullest  success of your enterprise.  AV. Down in.  Victoria, 13  C. Jan. Slh, 1002.  I beg to acknowledge receipt of your  telegram  of lhe (ith, instant, inviting  me lo lhe launching of steamer  Revelsloke, which takes place today.  1    thank  you   very   much   for 'the  invitation,  and would certainly avail  myself of the opportunity to be present  if it were possibl'.*.   1 cannot get. away,  however, but wish you  every  success  imaginable    to  your  undertaking. ���������   1  hop_." the   lillle   boat   will give every  s'nt.jr.riiclioii on the upper river.     I  am  anxious tO'hcar as to her performance.  J. W. Tkoui**.  Ti'oiit Lake, 13.C. Jan  7lh, 1002.  you   kindly   convey   to the  Would you kinclly  inanngemciil of I be "Revelsloke Navi  giiliou Company my thanks and  appi eciatioii of ihoir kind invitation  lo be pi esent at the launching of-the  si earner Revelstoke at Naskup on tin.  Sib , insl... , and my very sincere  disappointment- that other engage-:  mcnis i.haveiuT.-inued for prevent my  al l endance nn ihut occasion.  The citizen!, of Revelstoke nnd Ihe  management of lhe Revelstoke  Navigation Company . are Io he congratulated ��������� on ihe successful  lerminiilioiji of nn enterprise which  means so1 much" for the future  development nf the Big Bend country  .���������ind the cunsei|ueiit advancement of  ynor city's interesls nnd business.'  Thomas taylok."  I o this connection one cannot, help  mentioning tbe disappointment felt'by  the directors of the Rcvclf.loke  Navigation Co. and lheir guests ul. the  unavoidable absence from the trip of  Hupt. Kilpatrick. who lias taken Ihe  ki.'vnesl interest, in the scheme fiom  Ihe start, and helped it forward by  every means in his power.  ���������Now as lotbe bout itself. She is  soihelhiug for Revelstoke" to 'heproiut  of. There'is not a belter designed,  lu-lter finished __oj__ninve- completely  ei'iiippc l_SjoHfin Kootenay. She 'is  _(Ju:n<ty io navigate and capable of  developing a high rale of speed. And  she is finished "complete except for lu-r  dynamo and electric light ine npp.-u-  anis and a sleani capstan. The best  capstan ever in use on lhe lake wns  otiiMiiicie in Rhode Isl'ind which v .1  burntonlbe Nakusp nnd tbe Revelstoke   is   io   befitted wilh one like it  purchased nt. the same Rhode Island  t'lietory.  The-, boiler is of (he regular loco-  motivo true, (ill inches in diameter by  21 feet (! inches long, conl,lining 1T,T>,  American sl.c-el lubes'. The i-hcll 'plnli'.-i  ai ("of steel, (Stl.OOl) lbs. tensile strength  and will stand a working pressure' of  2-10 lbs. to Ihe square inch. The pair  of engines urn i.f high pressure, non  condensing typo with a ii fool stroke  and are designed lo bear the same  pi'e.-sure a,< the boiler. The bull is 120  feel, long by 22 feel. -I   inches in   lienin.  She draws <ihunt. g feet unloiiiled bul  sin- is'su designed lhat it will take a hi*;  load to shove hei down in lhe water  mud*., liei- freight c.-ipncily is 10 Ions.  Shis ij lil led lo burn wood. Thu deck  house contains a inessi'iiciiii. kilt-ben.  pantries and cabins fur the olticers and  i'ii-w'.' nnd four slate looms, but il  could be cnnsldt rably lengthened if  required towards llie stern.  In conclusion ihe !1i.i:ai.i> begs "to  congratulate lhe citizens of Revelsloke  nnd lhe directors of the Revelsloke  Navigation Co, on (be very successful  conclusion "of llieir elfnrls to have* a  boalii'buill for the navigation of Ihe  upper river and especially Mr. Mc-  Cniler the sectelary and Mr. McCarty.  the president of lhe compnny, who  have both given much lime and trouble  to the achievement of lhe enterprise  and now see lheir labors crowned with  success. Every resident iu Revelstoke  is under a substantial obligation to the  energy of these gentlemen and before  10112 bus gone over lheir heads every  resident in Revelstoke will be reaping  substantial results of it in increased  business and employment, -increased  v.'ihie of city real, estate, increased  opportunities for profitable investment  and increased chances of betterment of  prevailing conditions in every shape  and form, .  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked'tip  ���������By the Herald Man on 'His  ���������Daily Rounds.  The l-'ree Press says there is n  probability of the Northern . Pacific  reentering Manitoba and that they  have purchased the dialler for a mad  lo be built from I'.merson to   Portage.  ���������The damage done to tne steed bridge  near Rear Creek was fixed* up on  Wednesday. .No's. 1 and 2 wore hoth  wail ing for the work to he ' finished.  Before they crossed however, No. 2  got off the track ancl held traHie. for  another three hours,  Supl. A.J. Gorrie of thc'Canadian  Northern has been promoted to be  supei iiiU'in'.cnt of the whole C. N.  system wilh headquarters at .Winnipeg.    Mr. Gin rie was at one time chief  c-lork to Supt. Cameron of the C. P. R.  i t Winnipeg.  l/.ieonnilivo Engineering " notices  that nearly every lino on the. continent has abolished the issuance of free,  passes lo employes. However a  number nT mads, including the Grand  Trunk and C. P. It. are in revolt  against tho anti-pass agreement and  openly express a willingness lo  coiilimiQ the practice of issuing  exchange trip passes to employes of  ol her roads.  Tlie acetylene gas generator in the  not I beast end of Ihe. C. I*. It. roundhouse al. Owens Sound exploded on the  evening of Jan. lird. The cause is  unknown. The driver of engine*. No.  ilDO hud just come in, and Alex. Rennet  a wiper iu the roundhouse, tried to  turn oil'the gas, bul it. was unsuccessful. Thoi-. Gordon, the turner, went  lo assist him. Rennet had just left the  building when lhe explosion occurred,  which almn.it completely wrecked the  roundhouse. When Gordon was taken  from lhu wreck he was burned almost  beyond lecogniziition. Tbe doctors  pronounced bis condition as such that  if he recovered he would ho crippled  for life. The concussion was felt in all  parts of the town and wrecked most  of the windows in the Pacific  Hotel.  ��������� Suction Foreman Patterson, ��������� of  Grenfell and his assistant, "W.'Reid,  had a. narrow escape from death on  Saturday, December 21. On account  of the high wind prevailing the two  men wero pushing instead of pumping  the handcar towards Greniell from the  east, when lhey were overtaken by a  light freight, consisting of an engine  and four or five cars. Neither of the  men saw the approaching train ancl  the high wind made it impossible to  bear the engineer's, whistle* and bolh  men were mufllod in their furs and  wilh their head bent, down were  evidently intent on their work, little  suspecting the danger .Hint wns  ovei taking 'them. The engineer  reversed his engitie.mut owing to thc  short distance, the inevitable collision  occurred. Air. Patterson was liurled  into tbe ditch and sustained a broken  arm, and severe biuises   on   bis   head  nnd body.    Reid jumped and   escaped  uninjured.  Laundered at Vancouver.  The Revelstoke Slcum Laundry are  thi! agents for the. Pioneer Steam  Laundry at Vancouver, which will in  future launder collars and cniTs for the'  Uevelstoko Laundry. Their work is of  Llie very highest'class and s hound to  give the Greatest satisfaction. Customers should leave, their collars and  cult's ready ou Monday in order to get  them back the same week.  E^������������������**^*������**������^^ 2������������������������ X������������5 rX3������ |e*3S>S>������������SXiXiX-^^ @������������S���������������XiDSt^^  Alderman Resign in a Body.���������  The Canadian Contingent at  Halifax.���������Local House to  Meet on Feb. 2oth.  MoNTiilCAl., Jan, 11.���������Sir William  .MacDonald, of Montreal, says lhat his  scheme I'or impioving ediic.ilion in  rural dislrices will not be restricted to  Ontario alone, but will be tried in each  of the provinces.  St. Thomas, Jan. II.���������As a consequence nf a protest hy the Trades and  Labor Council, the aldermen elect of  St. Thomas, Out., will resign in a body  and go to tbe polls again. Some voters  voted in several divisions, whereas  they only had a right Lo vote in one.  Tu.x Tsin, Jan. 11.���������The Dowager  Empress has followed up her friendly  advances by verbal messages to several  ministers thanking them for the care  taken of the palace and expressing  pleasure at'the  reception accorded to  her by foreigners on her re-entry into  Paris.  IL.i.nwx, Jan. 11.���������The Canadian  medical corps cannot be sent to South  Africa on account or the troopships,  capacity being already taxed. The  government bus applied to tbe war  oflice for permission to send il via  England. Since concentration at  Halifax begun 2fi men have been  discharged for intoxications, etc., and  31) extra men have been wired for.  Tabloids  Tbe owner and driver of the famous  horse Cresceus has received $10,000 for  exhibilions given in various pai Is of  Ihe United Slates.  A boiler explosion at lhe lumber  mills near Utii.titicrton, West Virginia,  killed three persons and injured many  others yesterday.  Alderman \Neelands "was - elected  mayor of Vancouver for 1902Thursday  by nearly 500 majority over Towneley.  The Provincial legislature will meet  at Victoria nn February 2Qlh,  The Nicaragua!! canal bill has bean  passed by tbe House at Washington.  A young man threw a slone through  the window of a, loan ollice in New  York and got away with ������5,000 worth  jewelry yesterday.  We have a Beautiful Line in  Goods at away down figures.  Fashionable,   Seasonable  former value.  BY BUYING AI  THE PRESENT TIME  YOU WILL SAVE  BIG MONEY, AS  THE STOCK MUST  BE CLEARED BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  P--  The Revelstoke was built from plans  furnished by Commodore ,Troup   and  constructed on the  C. P. R.   -ways   at  Nakusp by Foreman   Bulger  and   his  crew of C. P. 1!..   ship   wrights.      The  C. P. Si. building material in stoie   at  Nakusp was placed at   tho Revelsloke  Navigation Co's. disposal and all   thoy  bad to do was to   replace   what   tliey  took.   A big rebate was made on   the  freightcharges for   the   material   and j  machinery shipped in by the coinpanv.  Ancl linally the C. P. R. have ollered,  when  they   decided   to   go   into   tiie  transportation   business   in   the    Hig  Bend themselves, to buy the   bout   at  her value.    It, is impossible lo conc-eiv-..  what more they could   pos-ibly   have  done to lend a helping hand and   their  actions in tliis respeclf ire it remarkable  testimony to   tho   importance   wiiii-'n  the enterprise assumes in (lie eyes   of  the head officials of thn national highway.     As     to    the   ollieers   of     the  company iat Nahusp and   Arrowhead,  no   greater   or   moro   eager   interest,  could be shewn by them,   if   the   boat  wai  their   own.     There   was   not   a  batter pleased   man   on   hoard   than  Capt. Gore ancl they were a fairly well  pleased crowd too.  After   supper   there   was   a     rresh  accession to the Revelstoke   party   in  the persons of Mesdames IT. .T. Bourne.  3. M. Shaw,   MeCarti'i'.   Risteen   and  McAleese, and Messrs.   Fred.    Fraser.  Ed* Adair, R. Sawyer. J.   Taylor   and  L. O'Neil, wbo camo down   by a  l.-.t .  train to   taku   in   thc-daucu   at   the  Lakeviow hotel, wliich Mr.   and   Mrs.  Foley had  thoughtfully   arranged   to  celebrate the great  occasion.     There j JJ  were   present,  altogether    about    '.Hi j -.  couples,   who   kept   it   going   to   the I 8  strains of   the   Revelsloke   Orchestra ! {g  till one o'clock in the'-morniug,   when  Cond. Ogilvie gave the Word that tliis  time it was get aboard or stay behind.  And so a tired lint still cheerful crowd  returned home,   anticipatir.ig another  Never before have we made such onskuightcn  prices. _    New,  ������* and reliable merchandize will be sold in many cases at a mere fraction  of their  ^S^I-his^mcans-a-^big-loss-to-thc-Gompanv.-^^-^*���������- -��������� ������������������^=^���������i_^,._=^���������=^���������^^_  THE STOCK MUST "BE SOLD���������Sweeping reductions   will   take   place  every Department, so great that they will wash out buyers mistakes  and   clear out  thousands  I of remnants and'-forgolten things.    The power of clearing lies in lhc prices.     gg^Read them: ������  throughout  .Ladles' Jackets���������S3.GQ.  Black Beaver, regular $4.75 and $5.50.  Fawns, grey and  black,  all   this   Season's  goods, regular prices from $10.75   t0   $12*  Sale Price S3  Children's Jackets and ulsters Half Price.  Ladles' Furs.  All new, stylish  gardless of cost.  goods,   will   be  sold   re-  $ri  Ladles9 BEouses.  Regular lines at $1.25 and ������1.50, will clear  at 75c.  Black Sateen and figured  Lustre   Blouses,  Lined.      Regular at $2.50 and 3.50.  Sale   Pri  .Spa.  Children's Dresses.  In Cashmere, Flanncllctc and Serges���������all  sizes���������reduced to half price.  Lace Cisrtastns  A few pair of odd lines of regular goods at  $2 and S2.50.      Sale Price per pair. .75C  F/iesi's arad Boy's Shirts.  $1.50 Men's Navy Blue Flannel Shirts. .75c  75c. men's black sateen shirts 50c  90c. Boys' navy bine llanncl shirts . . . .60c  >$i men's underwear, sale price 75c  $2 ancl $1.50 odd lines in men's  unUcr-  shirLS, to clear $1.00  $1 men's heavy winter caps; sale price.40c  FJanneJettes  A few pieces of flannelette in fancy stripes;  Regular price Sc; sale price 5C  Shoe Bargains.  Ladies' Fine Dongola Lace or Button Boot  medium weight, well made.  Regular $2.50  ���������sale price .".   &2.00  Ladies' line Dongola Oxford shoe, machine  .sewn sole, "well made;    regular $1.75;   sale  '    price 7 $1.25  Ladles' Golf Capes.  Ladies'  Golf   Capes,   extra   long,   regular  $'3-.W -*lle* pnee 7..._;������10  36 in. Unbleached Cotton, good heavy  weight; regular 10c.; sale price ....S><.c.  36 inch Bleached cotton;    regular 10c  Tv1a!  srs  Promptly  Solicited..  Former Revelstoker in Trouble.  D. G. Cathcart will be remembered  by some people in Revelsloke as being  atone time proprietor of a grocery  store on First street. They will fur-  there- remember that after a brief  career,"not however utterly devoid of  points of interest, Mr. Cathcart became  suddenly and excessively absent and  Iheibusy iiiari**nf Revelstoke commerce  knew bim no more. Shortly after this  he tut ned up in Vancouver, and finally  accepted a sit from'the government  for IS  months.,in  N,ew__We_stiirnister.  After     serving   his that   is     after  severing his connection with the  government employment, Mr. Cath-  eart worked a large sized graft on lhe  unsophisticated inhabitants of Mount  Pleasant, a popular suburb of Vancouver. Me bad come to the conclusion  tn lead a higher, life, had Mr. Cathcart.  lie joined" a church choir and  incidentally touched the elders nnd  other pillars of lhe congregation for  an occasional loan. By lhe lime the  police were being asked to take a hand  in the audit of ibis system of finance,  Mr. Cathcart, once mcie faded awav  and was seen no more on Lhis side of  lhu 40th parallel. He was however,  localed the other day in a boarding  house run by the Slate of Washington  at livei'ctt. He hud tried to work thc  Mount Pleasant racket over again, but  had gone up again:-1 it. Ilis trial  comes on at Kvorelt at tho next term  of lhe court,  The Horseshoe Staff Increased.  .lack Cbism and Billy Johnson went  up yesterday to reinforce the staff  now operating on tin. Horseshoe.  This brings the working force up to  nine men and from this out thiee  shifts will be put, on.* There is something over five tuns of ore np aud two  sorters are lieing kept busy sacking  the stuIT being sent up to them by the  miners. While down for New Years  Rd. Ilillman brought down with him  b-iiniR line specimens of the oro now-  being mined. ft looks to lie fully as  rich as any obtained on the surface.���������  Trout l^ike Topic.  THE CITY  COUNCIL.  \t4L<-4-Q>f-������HHZ*-������<I**-**������****-*** iySi������^-������'-������*r-^^M*_ptf*-*4  i-& 'i<te*4W*f**4r*4:*4***4**<f������������4i4r+  Or 1001 met for the last time last  r.ighl. They cleared up a few outstanding accounts and wound up by  burying tbe hatchet and singing the  National Anthem.  'ii  fir  i -v-+r.l  * - ~i?&*',::*  I'-A  *-*  -A ���������Zi32iI__53Zu������iI������ii5^  ^(.;vdsipl\e ilmU u it rf fyntimt  *���������  jltfits Journal,  I'll lil isliert liy  The  Kevelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Miuiiigiiig Ilireclor.  A Poml-Weclily .loiirnnl piilill-Oioil in Uie  iiiiorcsis nf llio mihvav men. minim,' me" ������"������!  l.ii-ini*.***! limn n( llu; West, liny*- nf rnlilii'iitnui  Weilue-siliij* ami Sntunlny.  AllVKRllSl.SO   1'ITKS.  Ili.S.liiv iiils..JI."ill I'Cir ineli; single i-olnmn,  ..J i.i-r iin-li when inserted on til e nuiie  l.-KHl ml-., Ill cent*. Per i"fli (iuiii|iiirli;l) inn*  li.r lir-i Inseriion; .1 conl*. for eneli iiililiiinn.il  Insertion. I-i>i'������I iioiii-es 111 eenls per luu' ''!ll'h  i���������ii.-. lilrlli, MurriHj-e mul lienlli Isoiires  iree.  srn-ciuiTiiis IIATKI.  Ilc-nmilor currier,  JJ per minimi; il .'-���������"> for  M.\ 'iiioiilli*-, strictly in iiilvanee.  OCR JOB PI'.l'AI'.TMKST.  1-tone nl tlie best cqnippe.l prliitl.isolM.'i'*' in  tlio Wu>t mul prepureil m exeenlo nil klniii m  l.rlntlni* fn lir-U'lii-s -style lit lione-t price-.  One price io all. No Jnti too -"���������rK������-"?."u.���������'."!  -iiinll-f.ini*.. Mail iinleri proiiipllv iiUi-ii'le.l  to.   dive n- h ninl on your next nnler.  *IO riltll'.K-l'ONIiCNIS.  We Invlle ciirri-iiiiiiileiii'" oh any -nl.jei-t  of in, ro-l to Uie well-nil pnlili.*. la uh <'������->"���������  llie I.UHH li.lc iiaiiio ol Hie writer must bci'iuh*  pan*.- inaiiii-cripi, Imi not neeo-siirll> Ior  j,tlblil-.illi.il.  ."..Llr.--*- nl! eonitiiiiiileiilioiis 10 llio Mainii-'er  soriri: 10 (Oi'.i'.Ksi'CiNi.i:.*.!-1.  1.���������All e.irrespon.leiii'o niii-t lie l.-j,*ll.ly  writieii on one-ii-le of tlie paper nnly.  ���������i _(*i,rre-poniloiu*e roiiiHlnliiK per<oniil  liuilier inti-l l.o-.iitnu.l Willi the proper inline  ..1 Uie writer.  11   K.fJKOOAN,  Eililor.  .Sa'I'i.'hhay, .lAXi;.\uy  11.  11)02  TIIE STEAMER  REVELSTOKE.  The event of Wednesday will make  .liinuary Sth a date to be remembered  in the annals ot Revelstoke. The  la.inch or the steamer Revelstoke.  marks the commencement of a new  era in the progress of this place. Had  the boat been built by the C. P. R. or  any outside capital to ply on the upper  rivei', it would still have been an  important occasion. But she wne  built by a Revelstoke syndicate with  Revelstoke money. She is our own  bontand her construction symbolizes  unless    lhe    critics   have   something  definite   to   pur,   in    its    place.     The  IIeuai.o failed to  notice any suggestions   as   to   I lie    coin's.,    should    be  pursued   by   Ihe   council   of   11)1)2    in  handling  this   prnh'i.m, which  is  yit  one ���������Ahich they will hnve to lake up in  s nne shape or oilier.     If  wou'd  seem  as ifil was easier to i-rilie'r/.e   (ban   to  formulate a plan of action.    Of course  the Held was   a   very   wide   one   and  when so many speakers wish lo express  lheir views, il  is   impossible   for   any  particular item   lo   be   gone   into   in  detail.    And   if   not   much   was   laid  down I'or future guidance on ^Tuesday  evening the discussion   was   doubtless  instructive, since both sides of certain  burning   iiuest'iniis     were    p: (Wilted,  when   before   some   mny   ha   e   be.'ii  under the impression   I hai    tbey   bad  only one.    The discussion brought  the  mind*, ofthe ratepayers together   and  made clear the furl thai,  all    was    not  Mich plain sailing in    llie   i-iiinluel    of  these allaii's. as lhey might pievi.u-.ly  have imagined.     If   those   I'll I epa vers,  who are really inleri'sled    in   mailer.-  municipal   would    only    attend     the  meetings   of   llu iincil    regularly,  this fact would Ju* still  re appreciated. It '���������** easy lo criti/.e  the conduct of men in an onerous  and responsible position, especially  when thi*: critic has no conception of  I.he diflicnlties inidei' which tliey are  working. Public meetings such as  Tuesday's called to discuss tbuse matters, when men i" oillce meet llieir  critics face to face are useful as tenclei -  ing to clear the air and to mitigate  ciiticism by the fuller light thrown on  the facts,  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  Tlie foundation should be laid by buying Real Estate in the new Town of  Situate riuht at the Doors of nil Uie Famous Fish Greek Gold Mines.  SOME FACTS:   ^FEmTS.  GOLDFIELDS, will take yon to the mouth ofthe big  5,000 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR OPPORTUNITY is now 10 buy at the  bottom figures ancl you will.get thc advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  Some More Facts j���������M^MX  take you to the Big Gildsmith Group, Scott. Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties that wi'l adveiti.se the Fish Creek  Camp, in H, (-.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you "to   the  Famous Eva, Impeiial and Oyster Groups.  INVESTIGATE AND  YOU  WILL  BE  PREPARED  TO  TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  PUBLIC MEETING  (Contiinii.il froni pnge three)  to take that stand. His record was  before them'and he had always tiiid  to do his best foi' the lown as a. whole.  Revelstoke in the near future would be  one of the first cities of ICootenay. All  it wun ted was unity and business  principles.' If his opponent was coming ,oiit as .M. 3. O'Brier, he would  be willing to support him, but not a*-  broiight out by a faction. There had  not, only a great  stride   towards   the j been a great outcry against lhe watei-  I works, company, but if it had not been  for their enterprise we would have  had   no   water   or light  in Kevelstoke  F. B. LEWIS,  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  TIIVSE TABLE  development of the Big Bend district,  but is also a visible sign to investors of  the faith, which our business men have  in the fnttue of that great country.  Everybody in town can say that they  have a, share in her. The board to"  trade lias helped the ^company by  insisting to the provincial government  in season and out of season, on th  necessity of llieir helping liy the  construction of the wagon road  through   the canyon   and the subsidy  .to the maintenance of the boat the  plans of the syndicate, who own her.  The mayor and council by the hearty  way iu which the bonus proposal was  taken up by them and lhe citizens of  lievelstoke by their almost unanimous  vole, in favor of the bonus bylaw  ti stifled to their full appreciation of  lhe project. The local C.P.It. ollicials  both in town and on the lakes and the  ht.ad authorities of the railway  throughout the -division have  with the fullest accord of their super-  iori* iu the .Montreal head otlice  taken the keenest interest in the new  strainer and furthered the project by  every means iu their power. The  result of so much int.eres*t and goodwill is a boat of which Kevelstoke may  -i-b(*._pro.ud. Next   season   will mil the  tale of all ihe new boat means to ihis  place iu iminiutakable terms. Heaven  is said lo help them, who help them*  ���������elves. We have got our shoulders to  the wheel now and we intend lo keep  them there until with a. long-shove and  * itrong shove and a shove altogether  v. a accompli.-h i ur aims.    We have the  today, .lust as the debentures were  going to be accepted by the company  to close the deal, one of lhe council had  asked leave to retire and went in to  consult the city solicitor who gave an  opinion that he was within his rights  to do so. He was a candidate folded ion but if defeated, would retire  gracefully and without haul feelings.  Aid. MeLeod snid be lunl been  perfectly sincere in bis iiction with  regard to the waterwoiks deal. He  thought he saw a Imp to place a del t  of $75,000 on the* cily when there wen*  only two present, w bo bad power to  vote. In doing what be did, he had  onlv carried out llio wishes of those  who had sent him to the council. lie  had refused lo go and examine the  plant for tbe simple reason thai, be did  not, know anything about it. If reelected he would do us much for Ward  Two or Three as Ward One. The  whole thing with regard to improvements was in the hands of the  ratepayers and lhey need not blame  tbe council, if these were not carried  out.  H. Conk pleaded for a good principle  of sanitation in tbe new school building. He had found storm snshc. on  the windows wh"n the temperature  was STy last summer.  T. ,1. Graham said liie plans   of   lie  new build',ng provided   for   the   inns!  -���������iTPrterir.-^steiir-nf-raijifc.rcrarr;���������Htr-difi-  not. believe in corporal punishment   of  children.  J. \V. BeniH'f believed in following  out article 7 of the school regulations  on this matter tc* the letter. ,  Wright Porrit .-aid lhat 'Miididales  should either be prepared to attend  council meeting', or el.-e not allow lheir  names to be put in   nominntinii.      II*-  (ity of Revelstoke  PUBLIC NOTICK Is hereby given to the  Electors of the Kevelstoke School District that  I require the presence of the snid electors {at  my oft'ice ia the City of Kevelstoke, on the ISth  day of January, 1901!, at ri o'clock noon, for  the purpose of electing persona to represent  them as School Trustees pursuant to the pro-  visinns of iho   '���������Public  Schools Amendment  Act, I'.iOl."  The mode of noiiiinaiions of candidates shall  he ns follows:  The candidates shall be nominated ill writing, lhe writing shall bo subscribed - by two  voters of the school district as proposer and  seconder, and shall be delivered to the reinrn-  Iiie ollicer at any lime between the. date ol  this notice and 2 p in. of llie. da>; of nomliia-  I'llKK  HUS  MliKTH  A 1.1. TllAIXh.  I-IKS'I' CLASS    AC.'fWIMCinATKl.V.  llKATICIJ  IIV  HOT  All!,  11KASONA 111.13  lt.VTKS.  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  govern himself neeorcllnj*ly  The persons qualified m lie nominated nud  elected for the ulliceof School Trustee s in I.lie  Mich us are hon-eholders in the School ������������������i**l������et  and are Hrltlsh subjects of the full Kite ol 21  v.*������r- and are otherwise i|iialillccl by said Act  Vvote at an eleciion oi School 'trustees in  aid School district. '  The persons qualified to be liomiiialed and  elected a������ aldermen of said city shall be siii-h  persons as are male llritish subjects of the full  a*-.' of tu-cntv-une years and are not dlsquali-  lled under anv law, and have been for tlie six  month-- next preceding the day of iioiiilniilinn  tin- rOKi-iered owner in the ..and Iti'L'istrv  Ollice. of land or real properly in. the cily of  die assessed value, on the last municipal  a*,*e-*ment roll, of live hundred dollars or  moreover and above any /cS1'''or*'',h'"0'',''.';  branc* or charire, and who are otherwise  qualified as municipal voters. .,,���������,,,.,.,.  Vvcrv candidate nominated shall siunllj. b>  a ivriiinic accompanying lhe uumlniulon  ".w, his con-em to mu-Ii nomination, except  IrTca!--* such per.-on b" ab-enc Irom the miuncl-  'palitv'wlieiiMieli ab-enee shall be stated in  the nomination paper.  Ci-.cn nnder my hand at P.evelstoke, this 2SUi  day of Dee._r.il.er," 1W1.  CIIAKI.ES ERHKISJS SHAW,  jan.B-lt Returning Otlicer.  Illuming between Arrowhead. Thomson's  I.fiuiliug nud l.'oninplix, commencing October  Mth, l'JOl, will sail as lollows, weal her pernill-  ling:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Lauding  and Comniilix twlceilnlly���������lllfc. and 16k.  Leaving Comaplix nnd Thomson's Landing  for Arrowhead....twice daily���������T-l.'ikiiml 12:l*.k  Making close connections with all C. P. K.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reserve tho right lochangi*. times  ol sailings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  Hotel Victoria  Brown & Guerin, Props.  HTiKCTniG HELLS AND LIOIIT IN EVERY ROOM.  Laces and Braids  A large range of Point Lace,  Duchess and llalienburg  lira ids, Stamped Design*,  .Slumped Linens, Embroidery  Needles; Hooks, .tc.  IScrlln and Zephyr Wools, nil  .shades, Slipper Soles, Valcn-  ,sclences l.iiuc, Inseriion.  Call nt the         mn  MADISON  PARLORS.  5������J Misses Slieppard & Bell  ?|p McKenzie Avenue      oe'JS  SBi   ^^���������^Sr?*^*?^*?^  home G-iE-Lerw-nsr  ,.,,,,. , ,  ..      ,.       ,   h.*id thc hguri's ot -.1 mwutigs.. l\v>   ot  field nil to our-selvcs, one of  the  hnest L"   . * "  which   ibei"   Wiii   no   'inoi-um,   from  di������tricts ever given to any town in j  which to develop a Irmle lerriLorv.  And uith lh������* development of the  district will conn? iiicieiiaing und ever  increising business and popnl.-ttion tn  lhe town until ii is able lo Inke the  fullest advantage of its inimitable  geographical position und reach out,  for l he fin.il prize coining'to it���������the  commercial supremiu-y of Kootenay.  Our aims may be lofty but they are  demonstrably ,-itlninable. That much  i* conceded even by thos,c to whom the  renull of our success means a sten  down to a second place. They aie  attainable and tbey are. evrlnirily as-  well worth struggling for as any community ever possessed to fire its pride  and steady its efforts. ,Snecc"*s to the  good boat KeveKtoke, our bout, and to  Ihe good lown of Revelstoke that built  and owns her!  .May Tth  lu   Der.  atli>iuh:<l :*��������� times.  '20, Ald.Tayli.r 2T,.  Aid. I.ourne I.">. A  Mrf d 2T,.      The.  no  "/Ith.     Tin1   m.iyor  AM.   Abi,i1mih,-.ii,  AM.   .Mi duly   17.  d.    Nellie   2*1,    Aid.  pio**peiily   of   lb*-  NOTICE.  -TAKK  .���������,.,. NOTICE that W days after date I  I intend to apply to the Chic! Commissioner  nf Land* and Works for perml-iilon to cut and  carrv away timber from the following described land*": ,  Cominem-Ini; al a pon marked i^ogcr 1*.  Perry's southeast corner post situate about'--iw  let lrorn Scott Crc-ek, thenee west -10 chains;  tli'-ii>-e north Wil chains theneceast 40 (.hains;  tli.-nce south IW chains, m the place ol com-  menc-meiu; containing W������^������������*F- pERRY  Goldfields. B.C., Oct ITvb.lWl.      Nov. G-t'f.  The very best on the market tod  iiicliidiiig:  Potatoes,       Cabbage,  Carrots,.  .      Turnips,  ������ ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC^  Ti  Also Hrst quality of woll pure*.!  im  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROWLE,  Kevelsioke, II. Cl.  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  HOURLY ST'HKHT CAR  Jll-:r.T3  ALL T'UAINS.  HAH  1VICLL SUI'PI.IKI)  IIY THE CUOICHS'i'  WINES,   I.KJUOKS  AND  CIC1AK3   S & OO'Y.  Wholesale  ^nd Retail Dealers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     Ml)������TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  W'j h ive pui'ch i -lors for till kinds of metalliferous mines and pros-  p:!!i!.-t, iin.1 desiru Ln liaitr fi'uni pro-cpeetciiy tiiid olher.s having property  for mill*.  Our tV/dilies I'or in iking quick sules are unrivalled.  K_*ii.l in i\*p:ir!,-i; ulsn samples of ore for exhibition at our Oftiee.  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.  Box 700.  Nelson, B. C.  On Front Street, Is again open to  lhe public,    Meals  served  al all  NOTICE.  TAKi; N'OTIC K thai ^Ixly day. alter date  I  i.it.-ii'l l������ apply lo th" l'bi.-ff-otiiiiils-.loncr  ol   l.ninls and  vVnrk-i  for (*<*riiiIssloii  to j.nr*  lioiirs.  A. REBUCHESE,  Prop  city   depended very I.cicely on llu* ,h/-  velVipiuonl rif the ���������"Oiil.iKiioti*'   crmtilrv. j <'-iia'-- * |.������rm! of 'inn.ldi-������'-r'lt~*'I a- follow ���������*:  Vfti'i'ii   vide   of   thankx   .iixl    I hi eel    Comm^nelny at a |Kist marlied Allie Ivrry's  "     n*   *inKiHK! S������J,.'.'SI'.L."'  I' the Niilioniil   Anthem  th  then iirljniiriied.   -  .'est' Line.'eontalnliii: aix^iit bO aeres,  i     i-    .ii.,.,...,.,.,*    ,.,,!t><���������   iini,in.������IS*i.l   I'ost;   cTiein-c"������t������l Jl  ilialns;   thenee  cheers lor the inajoi. .mil tin*   *in(_r.HB , j|..._.1| Wcl;R|n,. tl.enie Kast-siebaln.-.; thenee  "-'      x' * txectxxifr i j_,fil;[il (() fhnln-i to j^ilnt ol   commencement.  i Tlii*. fraellon of land rnmnierif-.-s North of I*..  ��������� F i'.'rry's t������re--*mption lollowin.. M.-Ken^l^*^  1 S'.irth-W    -         "-     '���������  " "  Epworth League Programme.  SPRING TFAiM.  Jan.     il-*c:,.nsf'.i*. ration   .Miss N. .-jnilth and ���������'. L. Johnston  l"-Kp������orth* KraKvpnlnir   C. I*'. Lindmark and J. M. (Irahaiii  "     '_il    Itible Characters   Mr*   Davis and Mis-?������vnne     .  .    ..  ���������J7���������Roys I Have Known    Messrs. Wil*on  and Wallaee  rr.or'* or Ies*.  OoI'llleM*. Nov. 'ii. 1501.  ALICE I'KP.KY.  lie.* l-int'-  :'.���������Cnnsecration,.  10  ....Mr. Lefaut  TIIE CIVIC MEETING.  The piiblictiieetinj-f on I'lienlay night  was a disajipoitilnient in one way.  There has been a groat deal of criticism Myinff round on the conduct of  civic affairs by the outgoing council,  some of which was doubtless justifiable. I!ut. criticism on such a business  matter as the deal for the waterwoiks  -I'-riendship      Mrs. Wilson and Marion Adair  -Modern Woinrn From Tiv������������ I'ointBOt  of View    Miu-je*. Smith  and Iiiinean  Mar.  -Consecration.   \V. news  .Miss R. S-'nwyor  ID  17  24-(;hil  .11  I.cc-tiire -r'nerowned K'xtxft;    Kev. Ladner  Social   . ..Miss Fee, Ladner and lleo. Knapp  is Father of the Mali    Mr. Saxton and MissL. Ilavls  Lo-sons from Life of Peter   ...J. L. Johnston and Mr. Thompson  A circular letter signed by H. I).  Ilehneclcen of Victoria and TLMiii-phy  of Ashcicift has been sent to tbe  member.-, of the provincial legislature  not declared supporter** of the  Dunsmuir government, calling a  j convention at New "Westminster on  ei.d   elcclric   lightis   not     nnuh   use, 1 the 15th   in������t.  NOTICE  NOTICE Is hr-r'diy given tl.at i'/x .lav" after  daf* I intend to apply to the <;ii!ef Cowi-  jnisslon.-rof Lands and Wori-s Ior ->.*.-mI���������*���������>ion  to cut and carry away timber from the follow*  Inirdeserlt."'! Iaiiil������:���������Commenelaif at a [-ost  at the -ontli-east corner of Roger F. ferry's  pre-emption, roarlred "Sonthca-.t i corn-*.r of  lin'iW limltapplied for by Y. J. Clold-irnlth";  thence '.ve-<t W chains; thence north loi chain";  thence can 10 chains to Flnh Creete; th'-nce  following thc mcBiiderlnKS of Fish Creek jeo  chain*, to polwt of commencemem.; containing  <V!*) acre, more or less.  T. 3. flOLIMMITH,  Thomson's LandiriR, October l'lth, l'JOl.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  KASTKOUNI)    H:20  WP.ST BOUND 17:10  SOUTHBOUND....   8:10  TOURIST  CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL DAILY  Sundays,  Mondays and   Fridays  Montreal and Bosto ���������  "        IDAYS  Toronto-- o  ....SUNDAYS,,* 1:  ....and   WEDNESDAYS  II. Cl. l'AKSOS. l'rcsideiil. M. J. O'BltlEX, Mnnaglng Director  The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  Carry a full and complete line of  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,.  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Dins,  Ports, 8heries, Clarets, -Champagne) LJquers  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  X^^" Wc aro prepared to make up single cases of Wines  and Liquors for the Christmas season.  Call and fcee them.  City Elections  T()  TIIK.   I'.I.ECTOKH :  Ffuving lieen recpiestol l.y a large  and influential lxxly of Hie ratepayers  to eoine out 11s ������ candidate for mayor  at tlie comiiiK olec-tion, I heg to solicit  yonr vote mul inllnc'iice in that  contest.  M. J. O'BniBX.  Passengers ticketed to all  points  nt lowest rates.        *-���������  DIRECT STEAMSHIP SERVICE  From Vancouver to���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  .Full  In for ran tion mid  particulars apnlv  toNeare.st O.I'.K. Agent.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Kevul.itolce.  E. J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  I'ussenger Agent  v tncourer.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.l  A challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give sub-  . stantial 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, ete. >  to any partof the elty  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All  orders left at K. M. Smytbe'i Tobaceo  -tore, or by Telephone No.7 wlllNiaive prompt  tteution.  Jas. I. Woodrow  "BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,     ���������  Mutton, Etc.  Fish aad Game in Season....  AH order* promptly filled. ISP  ^  <?  The'-i:!���������������rthwestern Development Syndicate  U.YUTED  Cr.pltal: $1,000,01*0 in 1,C0U,0C0 Shnro:*.   Pnr vulue U.OO eaeh.  All Treasury Stock.     No Promoter's aud no Preferred Stock.  Large "Veins Free-Milling Gold Ore  First Allotment.    200.000 Shares now offered for 50c. a bliare.  ANDREW F. ROSENBERER,  Secretury, l'.O. Box. 700, Nelson, Il.C.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Ollieinl   Broker-, lievelstoke, D.C.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW: ON THE MARKET.  2oo ���������Lots on  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.1 _      /-���������.....  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   thc.  proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  ���������   via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of  thc Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE  CITY  is   absolutely   surrounded     by    Mining    Properties   now   under  Development. . :".'-.... .       ~ .  Splendid  .Which .will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  G-.B. BATHO,  AT ONCE  Ferguson,  B.C.  from the  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE I-I EA IDS  -     SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is boiler than riches  "We linve the mime ol mnkiiiK  the only Stylish Suits In Town  ���������Ior ilumbllitv nnd q uni Ity  thev nlso excel.  .TRY ONE  R. S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  Wood for Sale.  First Gluts Dry Wood  delivered in nny length  for Gush.  | PELLEW-HARVEY, f  BRYANT & CiLMAN |  Mining- Engineers  ancl Assaycrs,  VANCOt.IVl.lt, B.C.      Estnlilishccl 1800  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  ������ Test* innile up to 2,001)lbs.  ���������~j     A specially nincle ol cheeking Smelter   fifi  (St rnlps* ������  S,     Smnplcs from the Interior liy mnil or   ������  (j) express promptly intended to.  S)     (Jorrcspoiiilenee solicited.J  ������ ..   VANCOUVER, B. C.  .^���������^'^tfi.>-*j^i^-^'^-'^t^jf.*<i>!^  MAiiufnulururs of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing of Boots, Shoes  and Harness, a Siieolalty.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  Certificate of Improvements  ItTOTIOIE-  Golil IIIII Minernl C.lnlni, situate in lhc  Kevel'iioke Mining Uivision of Kootenny DIs-  iriet.  Whore Located: In Grounil Hog Basin, on  McCullongh Creek.;  TAKK    NOTICI*:  that I, Cl. H. Ilnmc, Free  incuts, for the purpose *.*.  Grant of the above claim.'  And furlhcr inke notice thnt notion, under  Section  37, must be commenced before    the  issuance of such Ccrtillente ot Improvements.  Dated lhis 4th day of September, 19ni.  C. It. IIUMH.  Oct. 11���������tf  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished -with  the-  Choiccst     the    Market  affords,  APPLY'TO -  Kernaghan  BEST .WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS |  **.  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  LEGAL  J Jt. SCOUT   13 A., I.I..I1.  flnrrUler,      Solicitor,    Notnrv  lrir.-t Street, Ilevclntoke.  Monev to lonn.  l'ubllr,  Elc.  Is tlie recognized organ for all the latest itf._i_n._- news nf JSTcu-th  .Kootenny. Particular attention is paid to scuuri ag early and reliable  intelligence from the newly discovered Free Milliu g Gold Camps ow Fish  River and from the placer and quint-/ mines or Hit*. Uiu Uend and district,  in the itnmediate; activity of lievelstoke. such ns llleeillewnel, Albert  Canyon, .Tordan Pass ancl Isnn-j Greek. 2*<rext season will witness -a* hit;  revival of certainty throughout; North Kootenair, and mining men and  others desirous of gaining the eai Iiest and nios'., authentic news fronr the  -district���������wil.1���������niid-lhe-eoliin>ns-eilUUiii=]niBMr_,n-tIioir-l)ost^soiirce*-^uL-  inforniation. ,   .  ��������� Railway News is iil.*>o a Specialty or fhe T! RllALD and articles of  special interest to Railway men will also ho .Tumid in its columns.  AS  THE 1IERALL> offers advantages in ils total "Weekly circulation'  and the class of readers, wliich it reach.es. unparalleled in the district. 11,  appears twice to any other paper's one* a week and is found in the homes*  of the wage-earning classes, the hack'ocini. of the business ot the district.  Bus-nessincn want Lheir unnounccmi'iiti. to reach the home people who  have tho money to take advantage of their oilers and the homes ami  fumilies which render it necessary Ior them to spend it. No other class of  circulation is of any use to lliem. ,' These ai_-e the kind ol" people who make  up a hig proportion of our Subscribers, peoplo with Jinnies, families.  employment and interests right jiblinmc, lhe people Ravel-stoke merchants want to get at. A space i_n our advertising columns, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitntf/s a Twice A-Week letter to every home in  Revelstoke, anil in the Hallway ai.d Mining points,, tributary to Revelstoke business.  fJ.WlVKY, M'CARTElt .<c P1XK1IAM  Ili'.rrisler**. Solicitor*.. Ktc.  Solicitors, for Iini-erinl lltuil: ol Canndn.  Comimnv funds to lonn ntS percent.  I'iii.-t sfi'.KKT,- llevelsioke U. C.   .  CHURCHES'  METHODIST CHUKril,  nF.VEI-STOKK.  Prcnchiiic services nt 11 n. in. and 7:30 p. m  CIii.m meeting nt the close oi tlie moraine  .���������.erviee. Snbbntli School unci Hible Cln-s nt '.i-iixi  W'ceklv I'n-.ver Meeting eveiy WeilnCMlnj*  <*<u*iiiiii;.iii 7:110. The public nre cordinlly  Invitc.r   .Seals i'ree.  Uev. C. LAbN-Kit. rnstor.  M*.  PIITHP. S CHURCH, ANCI.IC4N. O  ICiqlit n.m., llolv Eucharist; 11 n.m., inn '-.tii,  Mimiv nud sernio'n (llolv liiiehnnil lirst Sun-  dny in the month); 2-Mo .Sunday scliool, or  -0liildrch'*?"^ervice;-7:.1ij-HveiJsuiiK-icliurnI) rind*  surinoii. llolv llnys���������The Holy ������uclinri.-l it  eelebmiecl ni 7 u.in. or S n.m., ns announced,  llolv UiqitiMii ulcer Snmltiy School at3:l.-j.  1. c. a. i-hocc:*'ier, Kector.  l'P.K-HYTKIIIA..-  (J1IUKCII.  Service everv Sundny nt 11 a.m. nnd 7:30 ji.iii  to ������ bleb all nro iveleoino. l'rnycr meeting ill  S ii. in. every Weil iiesdny.    .  JIkv. W, O. Cauieii, Piwtor.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The choice land north of track,  between Tapping's nnd Long's,"will  be subdivided for" snlc ns soon as  possible.  -���������  VICTORIA,  M. SPROAT,  P. 0. Box, UO.  B. C.  Express- Delivery  All -'orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's -wiii be promptly  attended to.  H. .Cook.  GO TOi  For your Chrlstmn. Fruit and Hon lions.  , Chocolates, 40c. to 60c.  Csndies from 15c.  FANCY  BISCUITS.     OIUXCIES.    I.KMOXS.  TOVS A.N'I) FANCY CIOOIjS.    '  Alackenzis Ave.   Revelstoke, B.C.  Red Kose Degree meets second nnd fourth  Tuesclavs of ench inontli; White Rose Degree  meets third Tuc*.������cliiv of enc-h quarter, In Oddfellows Hall.   Yisilliie brethren welcome  WM. WATSON, HY. .EDWARDS,  rresident. - Secretary.  BEAUTIFUL  Revelstoke Rink (a., Ltd*  HOM.lS CATHOLIC ciiriicir.  Mil-.**   nt 10-.:>i n. 111.,  on  first,  i.ecoii-1 nn  fouith !_uinlnvs in theinoiilh.  1*.BV.   PATUI111   THAVKlt.  Meellii;  Street.   ,  FAI.VATIOS   AKJIY.  ;ev-;ry tiU*lit In their Hnll *n  Front  SOCIETIES.  01 JOB PRINTING  Is the completest in the district ior appliances, material and'  Craftsmen. Our work, speaks for its ������lf. No other office in jN'orth  Kootenay can touch it, because we not ��������� only havo the tools to do good,  work with, but we know how to use thc sm. Call and see our Samples and  you will perhaps be surprised to see the. artistic and finished class of work  which we can turn out.   Prices graded. down to suit the times.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every "Wednesday ir  Oddfellows' Hall at S o'cloel,  Visit Miff Knights invited.  Bkow.v,  O.C.    :    :    :    :    :    :  F. Jj. Lewis. IC. of It. & *S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658  .Keculfir meetincs nre held in th;  Oddfellow's Hall 0:1 the Third Fn  <lnv of each month, nt S n.iu.. sharp  Viaiiiiic brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED. W.M  W. G. BIKSEY, Ilcc.-Sec.  ' Skntlng everv nfternoon  3 to 5 and from 8 to 10.  nnd evening   from  The Public nro inviled to viiil the Itlnk; no  ehnrge being nincle for SiiucitiUorn.  A clinrKC of 2je. will ho madi- for slcnllng. 'In  the nfternoon Indies or cUlldreii 15c, '  Ecnson Tickets mny lie purchased lil the rink  I.nilles f'l.MI,     CieiH.lcineii *ii.     OliilUrun $3.  Good for skmlng iiftcrnnon  nnd uvjuIiik.   except '-lcolnlcvenl*, mii'Ii iis.L'nnilviil., lloekev  .Mutches, elc,  Hockey Practices.  SENIOUS���������Moiuliivs, I-'rlilnrs 1111.I Siitiirilnvi-  from io to 11. \Yccliiemliiyh, Iro'm  . to 8,  JUNIORS���������TiicmImjs from 10 lo 11, nml Wednesday!, from 7 to 3.  LADIES���������Tuesdays from 2 lo 3. ,0  Curling every nfternoon nnd evening.  B  IffABI VIEWS  Now ready at my  Studio, views  of Revelstoke and vicinity.    Also  "lC!li^liolTT"\M6\'.'s���������'bf���������all~thc-pe'aks���������  visible from  the city.   They will  he  upon   permanent platinotype,  thc finest photographic paper pro-  e-uralilo and absolutely permanent,  size 3x*1, 25c, size ,1x0, ."iOc*.      Send  these lo your relatives and friends  for the New   Vear and   tliey  will  have something of a true aitistie*  value.    Tho   Studio   will   remain  open this evening till 22 o'clock.  Wright Porritt  \Mt IH  H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.   .  London. Seven year:  en. 17 years Chic  nnd  Iron Co.,   Enc  .*���������,���������,,     r, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson, B.C  NEW YEAR'S CAKES !  NEW YEAR'S CAKES !  SUBSCRIPTION PRiCE,$2 PEiR YEAR, IN ADVANCE.  FRUIT, PEEL,  GROCERIES  For people who like  to make' their own  Cakes.  WANTED.  WANTED���������Hv a mull aged 18 who is In  possession otni;ood trade nnd $3,000 capital,  Correspondence with n matil or widow,  between 10 nnd 50, with nsmall capital, with n  view Uj Koini. into business and mulrimony.  \ddress nil letters to "J. 1!." Herald ollice.  dec. 14-lm.  TO   LET  Cottage,   lorner  Fourth   Street nnd Orton  .Vveiinc.     For   pnrtlenliirs   apply to    D.   F.  Foiiiies, The Molsons Hank.        (I Dee23-tl  H   EDWARDS  TAXI DERM IST.  PEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  - Furs Cleaned and Peraired.  JCST EAST OF PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH  Third Street.  A: N. SMITH  Teacher Wanted.  Teacher wanted for the Kevelstoke  Public School; one of the junior rooms.  Apply Shy letter to the Secretary of  the ReveUtoke School Board. Applications to be in by the loth January,  1002.  T. J. Grahame,  " Secretary.  To The Electors  Vote for Tapping, in Wai-d two,  means peace and prosperity.  A Lively Discussion on Matters  Relating to the City and  Public Schools by Members  of the Council and Candidates  lC'ON������I..UDEO|  Aid. Xt'ttle rose to explain certain  matters touched on by the two last  speakers. No alderman could vote on  anything in which liis company was  interested clireotly or indirectly. It  wns the citi/.ens who weie to blame for  putting live men interested in llie deal  nn the council. The bylaw had no',  been rushed tinongh hastily. It passed  its I luce readings at one meeting when  Ihere was a ciiioruni as far as was  known but it also piif-seil the people.  He hul found out afterwards that,  shares in-the company had been only  li'inporiirily transferred and had then  voted to sc|iiash the bylaw. As to this  steaiiisliip lionu? lit* wished every  tfl.OlX) spent hy the cily was likely to  be as gncul a speculation. The rate'  payers had sanctioned I lie expenditure,  which would he repaid wil bin twelve  months in increased Hade in the city,  llu con tended that the smallpox  epidemic* had been handled in a fair  nnd _*C|uan. and ccpiit.ilile manner. He  advocated the. purchase of the  waterworks and electric light plant.  If the citizens could elect a betti r  council for V.M2 he asked them lo do  it.  M. 3. O'Brien svas then called to the  platform. He said he had been  requested by a large number of  citizens lo run for mayor and had  accepted. Should he be elected he  would do his hest to further the  interests of thc city. He would not  promise anything but he would try to  bring the different parts of the city  to work together without the friction  which was too prevalent. He did not  intent to abuse the outgoing council.  They were citizens, perhaps they had  made mistakes.  ln answer to Aid. Nettle he was an  advocate of the purchase of the  waterwoiks and light plant at a 1  proper valuation but not to pay one  penny piece more than it was.worth. '  J. McNeil asked what he would do  wilh the fire alarm system. Mr.  O'Brien said-that it was one of the  first thing, which the incoming  council would have to attend to to get  the lire alarm system iixeel up.  A. McHae asked if he would wish lo .  S'je    lhe    system    centralized.     Mr.  O'Brien  said that the system  had got  to   be remedied and no doubt tliere  were ways to do it.  In answer lo Chas. M. Field   he said  that if a bylaw was put  to the people  for lhe pin chase of the proposed block   -  for city purposes,  their wishes would  be carried out.  R. Tapping plead.eci for heller unity   ���������  of  feeling  in  the  city.     He asked for  t.he support of the ratepayers of Ward  Two in the coming election,    lt  would  be foolish lor him to make promises as   -  to   what   he   would   favor, much leis  what he would do.   He was opposed to .  the construction of a sewerage system  at present.  J. W. Bennet said thai theoe was no  use in throwing mud   at   tlie   retiring  council.     If the citizens would always  take the same interest in the doings of  the   council   throughout   the   year as  they did tonight, they would not have  to criticize the waterworks deal or the  steamboat  bonus.     He-was there as a  candidate  for' the schoolboard.     He  had an axo to grind and it was that ha  wanted to   see   Revelstoke   first   and  foremostin matters scholastic.    Revelstoke is now a. third class school ami  would receive a grant of ������1,100 out of  which teachers salaries would be ������4,100  und other items would bring ib up to  $5110.    The city would have to dip in  its   pockets   for    the    balance.     The  children of this city were something to  be   proud   of   and   should   have good  schools^     TlTcTffrst poiTTirwas tliis- the  children   were  taught  hygiene and, if  nne wanted hygiene go and look at the  schools.     There    was' evidence  here  tonight uf   the need of a night scliool  in   the  city.     Old  countrymen  knew  the benelit of night schools,    Children  I should   have more   than   one hour ut  noon and if the act permitted he would  favor giving Ihem an hour and a half-  He    would    favor   text   books   being . _  bought  by the city and sold   to pupils  if cosl.    lie believed iu admitting the  press to lhe school boaid meetings."  T. .1.' Or'iliam said he was also in  favor of admitting the press hut had  always been voted down. He said he  did nnt know what had become of the  money donated by a member of  parliament for a banner.  Bruce Lawson said that Miss McConnell was now making the plans for  the banner for Mr. landmark.  Mayor Brown said  former speeches  had   failed   to   lay   down any defin'le  system of what should  be done.     H������  consideied   the   chief   questions were  ihe  purchase of the  waterworks, the  location   of a central fit e hall  and  the  construction of the fire alarm system.  The blame should lay on the members  of the council, who first   conseuted to  have the bylaw  brought in and then  ignored and voted  it down.     Xo one  could   point   out   where   he had been  derelict  in his duty as   mayor of this  town.    Ile. had lost a great deal of his  own time and he would only agree  to  come  out as  mayor again, if the citizens would elect a council  who would  wotk for Revelstoke as a whole.     All  were ratepayers and should get their  just due*.    This was a -most {critical  time for Revelstoke since   incorporation, as they were now about to take  over   the   schools.    Every   ratepayer  should   consider  these   matters    and  think  them out for himself with common sense and  reason.   At a meeting  called   last   night   he   been   asked to  come oat for mayor and had concluded  (Continued on page two)  it  ���������   l  ' -._.  -��������� HV.,  1 ','���������  X  h.\- ���������^S^^K^^^K^^^ife^fc^  .���������Zt'iMi^mj^i*  u^-jujj^a-AUUfciCtl'J  Mistakes  viny.U* innili* In ivonrihic  Chest Protectors  Uiu yuiii-������������������r-iiiest mlstnkc will he imiile  in not u'ci.rlii-4 one. They ni'i' 11 ureiil  previ'iiutiVL* of i-oiils iiml tinlinily  Miuiil.l In" ������ iilinnl i.in* wlii-ii they cnn  fj.'l llielll .*������������������) l.*lll'ii|. ul llu-  Canada Drug & Book Co  Rl'VI'l-STOKK.  All Sizes nnd    r cos**,  co ilium in mir wtiiHow.  .aunciiSng ������  ~<9  -**���������������������  ���������<3>  ���������*������a������  BORN.  .IacksuN.��������� On Um Kith .Inn. tu Mr. ar.d  Mr**-. .1. II. .lackson, a daughler.  l\l-:i:ll-On the !)lh .Ian., tn Mr. and  Mrs. K. .1. Kerr, nf the Arrowhead  hotel. Arrowhead, a daughler.  Notes of News.  Skating  niglil.  mil curling at  the  rink  tn*  Then* is hardly any snow  ihu lake .shun* at Nnkiis|i.  al   all   nn  tl. (.). Thomas returned fiom a 11ip  to lhe ciiasl nn Tuesday.  Tlmiiisou's Landing if going to  adopt, tin* name of Beaton.  Kcl. Adair returned from a trip to  the coast on Wednesday inoriiing.  Mrs. T. McCarty and family aie  spending a lew days at Arrowhead  wilh Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1. Foley.  J. 11. Hobinson of the Queen's hotel,  has come out as candidate for  alderman in Wai-dl.  A. M. Pinkham came in on Wednesday from Calgary, where he has  lie*ii spending Christina.-*.  The Quadrille Club had a good dance,  nn Thursday evening in Selkirk hall.  There was a nice crowd and an enjoyable time.  XX'. Uutler and D. II. Cameron, I.he  locators of the f'lninus Goldfinch claini  cm Menhenick cieek, went in to Oomaplix yesterday.  ies  His numerous  Customers  (Hid Patrons  A Happy  and Prosperous  New Year  Red Cross  =������������������r. Drugstore  Shows the necessity of providing yourselves with good Rain Coats and Rubbers  Il was very wet (especial!)' coming home).  We   have   excellent    Rain    Coals    and  Rubbers  to   protect you   from   the   slush  and snow.  We offer vou bargains in those: lines.  ���������������G9  ���������<$&  *Ggi  CORRESPONDENCE  Miss   Cao,   sister   of   Mrs.  Discrimination in the Handling of Public  Contracts.  To till! Eilitnr nl llie llix.il.n:  Dear Sir :  As a ratepayer and a resident, of  thi.s city. I wish tn enter my protest  against a certain hole and corner  system that has been in vogue here I'm  a considerable time and il is the  system of favoritism as pertaining to  public; work as far as the letting of  contracts are concerned, more especially sub-contracts, Work has been  T. K. Tj. I done  here  in   the past on   scliool and  Taylor & George  Wish all their Customers and prospective  Customers " A Happy and Prosperous  New Year, 1902." That you will enjoy  the former we are sure. Hut to be assured of prosperity it is necessary that you  buy your  DRESS GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS,  BOOTS AND SHOES, &c,  from us. Now is the lime to sort up.  We are sorting uo our Best selling lines,  and to do lhis properly we offer vou  Bargains.  Call and Inspect Our Goods..  Taylor & George,  Mackenzie Avenue.  - ���������������___.  -<������__9  QE1TEILAL  MEHCHA1TTS.  CALL  AND  INSPECT   THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  of  all   kinds  and  Crockery  just opened up.  -<se  ���������a5*-;  my opinion is fin-lhe   advantage   and  welfare of the city as a whole.  Yours respectfully.  ("'. H. 11i;mi-:.  A set of  GUPS AND SAUCERS.  from   the   Foley   factory   In  England, will suit you.  SKATES.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  G-ZEHSTIEJIE-L.A.Ij    Ivd:EI*LGI3:j^.3SrTS. <-**������  Taylor and Mrs. .lackson- arrived on  Thursday morning on n visit, to Mrs.  Ta ylnv.  The     Kuvelstoke    went    back to  Naku?p   on   Thursday    to     gel, the  finishing touches put on her nt Ihe  f-hipyurd.  ���������Try Menthol and lloney Cough  drops. They loosen the cold and li-.t  you sleep al night. Sold at. the Canada  Drug \- Book Co,  The machinery, which the; Ijttnleuti  .Smelting and Refining Co. arc: putting  in at llieir Kergiisini smeller, reached  Hevel-stokc on Tuesday.  The management of the Halcyon  lfdt Springs Sanitarium have issued  invitations I'or their annual bull, which  takes place on the 23rd.  E. 3. Hudson, late chief steward on  the C.P.R. s.s. Kootenay, haa; resigned  his position and laken lhe Leland  House at Nakusp. .,  The steel tiling   purchased   for the  interior of the Methodist,   church has  arrived and the work of putting it up  will start on Monday.  Services iu St. Peter's church lo  morrow. lMi-stSunday after Epiphany,  will be at 11 a. in. and 7.HO p. 111. Kev.  C. A. Procunier citliciating.  The s.s. Kossland is tied up for the  winter at Nakusp. as the water in the  Narrows is  100 shallow and the Minto  has laken her place on the run.  The ladies of the entertainment  committee of llu. hospital ball met  yeslerday afternoon and reported good  siii:c*.ss in obtaining materials I'or the  .~upper.  LOST���������A     brown     innroi'ca     purse,  containing a small amount of money.  Tlu* Under ivill bo Mutably re wn riled  nn leaving llu* same:"at the   11kkai.iv  otliee.  II. .J. McDonald wrote on ihi-'.itli tn  H. I.iiugln-.til .-aying thai he wan  i;i.-tling mi well, except for the Ions of  Ix'xn eye aril hopes In be out inside of  1 wi. weeks.  Tliiu-.-day'*, N'n. 2 wu������ delayed at  Vancouver    to     connect     with     the  Knipre.is of India hul the ,-t..*ai ���������  had  lu.l urrived when the train did pull nut  .iev.-r.il hour**, laic.  l-'red Fraser has been gazetted a.s  gold commissioner- and government  agent.and W. K. Newcombe, of Trout  Lake, has been appointed In" be  re.-*ident phy-sicia 11.  [���������'. [!. Lewi.-, i-iitiirned mi Wednesday  froni Spokane, where lift nt tended a  balLiiiet. of the Ki|iiilable. Life Insur-  iiih'i; I'liiiipimy's (jflifcr-i inul agent.**; in  11. C. anil the. Piieilie Slates.  l-'.ilitor Ivsslingof the Trail N'tws was  in town nn Tlnir-day it-turning home  from the -.11a.1l. lie did nut. know  whether the repm f that a refinery wa.-  In be built at Trail by tin- <'. P. If. had  any basis in fuel nrn.it.  ��������� Where will ynu take il!- I-* the  cpu-stioii the: doctor a**ks yn-i afier he  -iTta'trs your rft'es-cription. It should  go to Ihe druggist who uses tho very  purest dtug*������ who takes the. greatest  rare in weighing out thc right, quantities and who chee ks his woik several  times to be sure he is right. We  conduct our , business as the best  dnifrgisl should and this is the answer  to "where will I take it:-1" Canada  Drug Ac IJook Co., Hevelstokt-, B.'.C.  other buildings without the knowledge of more than one contractor (Lhe  tavored one)' aiul for a higher price  than ethers would have done tin*  same work for. Now sir I contend  lhat the same thing has been dnno in  connection with the hospital. I shall  only touch nn one poinl. tlu.ugh  others could he handled with equal  ease. I have been a resident of lhis  city for over four years, ,-im a married  man aiul have tried -in make this  place my home*. - I can ami have done  as good work in my trade an any one  in llu*. eit.y but am disci-jmiiialcd  against and not given a chance to  ligure on the painling of lhe hospital.  If Llu' coutrat'lors of tin* hospital can  give nu* good reasons fin* lheir action  I am willing to abide by I hem. The  present sy-.le.iii of allowing a contractor to shave percentage olYevery trade  represented is disgraceful. "Where  there are tradesmen living in any  placo whore work is being .lone they  should as a whole have an etpial  chance. Thanking you for valued  space I am vours for equality.  \V. (1.   BlIlNEY.  Nomination Day.  Monday is nomination day. nominations clo.-ing at 2 p.m. The candidates in the field so far are: For  mayor- W. M. Brown, ancl M. .7.  O'Brien: for aldermen for Waul One  ���������Aid. McLeod, J. 11. Rol.ii s in  and    Horace   Manning:   Ward    Two  ^=^YlU; ill VICI-; V-^ .>. > ' ...irl'i,���������"-,..���������������  H. Tapping: Waul Three���������John  Law and Sim McMahon. Tbe candidates for the school  board  an**  C. F.  To the Electors.  Ladies and Oeiillemen :  I have the honor to intimate that at  Lhc n-qui'st of a large number of  electors 1 shall be again fa candidate  I'or the oflice of Mayor. If returned J  shall endeavor to secure for the" city  t.he control of fhe electric light and  water supply, the purchase .of a  centrally situated block for municipal  buildings and central fireball. The first  thing that should be taken in hand by  the new council is to have an effective  liie alarm system put in. ll is very  desirable that those lioldingofTice in  the city should have ils welfare at  heart as a whole, sectional divisions  being dropped and I should work  towards lhat end.  ".'niu* obedient servant. .  W. Jl.Kiinws.  To the Electors.  Ladies and Cientlemen :  Having been requested by a large  11 mnher of electors to again olVer my  services' as .representative of Ward 1  on the Hoard of Aldermen. I have the  honor of requesting you lo favor me  with yonr support, and assure yon  that it will be my utmost endeavor lo  represent yonr interests as faithfully  iii the future as in llie past.  Your obedient servant,  John Mc.Lp.oij.'  FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  To the Electors.  Ladies and Gentlemen :  Having been requested by a large,  and influential body of the ratepayers  to come out as a candidate for mayoral the coming election. I beg to solicit  vour     vote   and    influence    in    that.  contc.-L.  M.3. O'Uhien.  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  very elaborate variety of Fall and  \Vinter Suitings and you'll find  workmen who arc competent to make up any of thes  Suitings cxiictly to 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 tlie 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 Suit's to'Order:  (il)  To the Electors  Vote I'or Tapping, in "Ward  two.  leans peace and prosperity.  Lindmark. T.J. Graham, Jno. Lawson,  Ft. Gordon, W. .7. n.rk-y, II. Floyd  and J. W. B-nnt-tt.  To the Electors.   ���������  Ladies ancl Gentlemen :  In response to urgent solicitations  from a number of electors in Ward 1,  I now oiler my services on yonr behalf  fur lhe forthcoming term as alderman.  Trusting   to   be-   favored    with   your  To the Electors.  Ladies and Genlleiiieii :  I have been reqnested hy a large  number of friends and voters in this  city to again place myself before yon  as a candidate I'm* Alderman at the  forthcoming municipal election.  Should you see fit lo elect me, my  services shall, be, faithfully and fearlessly given towards straightening nut  a great deal of our municipal all'aiis  which have drifted inlo a ,very bad  condition. Especially would I direct  my efforts towards establishing a  thorough and systematic scavenging  department, which at present, is in  such . a deplorable condition; the  securing of a suilable norrealion  ground as centrally situated as  possible; also to place in working  order the present fire alarm system,  to advocate n sufficient supply of  water, and to encourage, lhe brigades;  to construct and maintain a serviceable  building and equipment for Fire Hall  No. 1: a proper.financing of the civic  alYairs; the careful management of the  same, consistent wilh economy, and  in dealings with companies or corporate bodies to consider Iheiiitere.-.ts and  well being of the city principally.   _ f am,  J.   _B.   O^ESS^-A-ZCsT,--.  ���������   The   Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Avc.  alei  FURNITURE*GOODS must be sold  at cost iu order tn make room for  another large carol'Furniture, which  will be here shortly, call and see if  we can't, arrange to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  S  FURNITURE   CO'Y.  Your obedient servant,  J. II. RlllUNHOS".  To the Electors.  1-adie.s find Gentlemen :  Having been irqueiled by a number  of ratepayers to become a candidate  Ior Alilerinifi' for Ward li, I have  decided lo do .-o and have lhe honor lo  1 .qiic'5-t Lhe favor of your .support. If  c.-tiu-iH'il im elToi'i. will In* --pared on  my p.ut tn advance the belt inLerests  il lhe 1 il v.  W.J. Law.  Vour Obedient Servant,  T. E. I,. Taylor.  Alderman.  To the Electors.  Election of School Trustees.  To (lu* Electors of School Trustees of  the City nf llevelsioke :  At, the reqaest of a number of  citi'/.tMis I beg In ulVer myself as a  candidate at the 1'nrtheotiling election  of Scliool Trust ee.s. If clecled, il, will  be my object to secure for Ihe children  the best lhat can be iilfiiiiled, as  regards bulli insl 1 ut tion ami accoii'.-  moilaliou.  lll'.NI.Y "  fievc-1-.tokc, IJ. C. Jan. 7. 1111)2.  -1  Wake Up  AND  SEE THE I  GUY BARB  Watches, Clocks, Etc  AND  SEE THE BARGAINS AT  GUY BARBER'S IN  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware;  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRINQ  MAKE YOUR TOILET  WITH BARGAINS  II' yon will. The choice rests  with you. We olfer everything thai, remains of our  Holiday Slock ;it. pi ires thai  ;ire the 'lowest of the low.  Toilet Articles,  Fancy Goods, etc.  nn-not, merely things of temporal y usi'fiilne.*-s or beauty,  but goods that are s*crviceable  all lhe year around and for  many years. These prices  ���������-liniihl bring ynu our way.  WALTER BEWS, PHM. B.  HKl.'Ct'.lST.  Telephone l^. ��������� P.rown U'.nck.  I. idie*. and lieiilleineii :  11 cving cnn-.i'iH*.-d in the request  Mnule uu* to bi-Ciiine ii ci-.ii.lid.ile for'  Al.leiiii.in for No. '���������'. Waul. I have llu* [  honor Ln solicit your support at the j  ...lection about lo take place, inul if j  returned will do all in my power to j  advance  the  welfare*  of  lhe  city Hf- a >  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE  whole.  Vouif- rc-pectfuily,  S. .McMahon.  i  FRENCH  RESTAURANT  To thc Electors.  Ladies and Ceiil lemon :  I am a candid.*.!������* fi.r llu-office of  Aldei mini for N". I Wai.l it|, I he solici-  lution of a number of ''ler Inr-. arid have  the honor I������ rrtpte.it Lhe I'av.r of yonr  support. rf returned it ihall be; my  endeavor lo rmiresciit. your interests  as elVicieiitly as possible.  1 have tlu- honor to be,  Vonr nliecll. Mirvaiit,  llmiAci-: Mann 1 Nti.  Why   poison   your .systems  ii.sinir Condensed Mj||<, done  up   in   old   rusty   tin  when you can buy pure  SALMON ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  On 1'rrmt Street, l.<s again open lo  tin- imlillc.    Mvnls   wrvcl .fit nil  hours.  REBUCHESE,  Prop,  To the Electors  Ladies and Gentlemen:  At the request of a large number  of ratepayers of "Ward two I have  decided to oiler myself feu- election as  alderman for that ward and beg to  solicit your voles and influence. If  elected I shall always io the best of my  ability furtlmr any measure whicli   irf  %'  (������������)  #3r* UNION ������=&$  Cigar   Factory  KKVIil.STOKI-:,    li.C.  H. A. BROWN,  Brands:  SPECIAL   and  THE  LOSS FULLY COVERED  INSURANCE  Optional witn you. ot ;course, wliich you want to say, but we  would strongly advise you to carry some insurance. Your card  will bring vou" full inforniationas tocost.  LEWIS   BROS.  REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS.        NOTARIES PUBLIC.  ���������V*

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