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 **M������.i  0  W^  /Jt..  fe*'  ;H  Vol    V.   No    106  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY  29, 190H  $2 OO a  Year in Advnee  Come and See  ife****************-****-****  (00 Pairs  Boots nn  V) W"������\gav-g$  What Costumes Were Worn at  the Hospital Ball Last Friday  and How  the   Fair  Looked in Them.  Wearers ���������  ioes  Men's, Ladies'and Children's,  now selling at actual COST.  NO OLD STOCK.  These goods were all purchased  last season.  SHIRTS  SHIRTS  Save 40 per cent and buy your  Shirts now. *   -  We are offering a splendid line  "of W.   G.  &  R.   and   White  Shtrts-'at-the- above -big  dis-_-  count.    All-goods-are of the  ���������Latest Style and Pattern.  fur  ;.ailk  .silk  with  HATS  HATS  Our bargains  in  Hats are  in  keeping with above discounts.  The stock includes:,  . FEDORAS  (RUSH and  ���������^ STsn  Mrs. Carruthcr.s, President of Ladies  Auxiliary, black satin dress willi gold  applique trimmings,  Mrs. "Wilkes, Vice-lJre***ident, black  net over black silk.  Mrs. 1/iwson. Secretary, blue ."ilk  with over dress of white Spanish  applique.  Airs. O'Jliiei), fawn velvet with  bodice relieved by pink e'lill'on.  Mrs. .MeCarter, a costly dress of  white sal in with overdress nf  moiisselaine de >o*e ombroidere.ljwith  black chenile aud trimmed with silver  sequins, with this was worn shaded  rod floral garniture.**,.  Mrs. Scott  white satin   wilh   black  luce insertion and bodice relieved wilh  red velvet.  Mrs. Ilolten. pink silk ami ehill'uu.  Mrs. Sibbald, black velvet and lace.  Mrs.   I..  Si.lloway,   black  silk  with  black uhilYon.  Mrs. T'lindl, black brocaded silk and  nequin net.  Mrs Atkins, while silk.  Mrs. Kisteen,   black  nei   over black  silk.  Mrs. Temple, black  sillc-wil h   Irim-  miugs of white chiffon and'velvet  Mrs. A. Sollowav, white organdie.  Mrs. Edwards  (Nakusp).   black  silk  and cream laco.  Mrs. Kincaid, white silk*.  Mrs. McPherson, oltl gold  silk with  overdress of black noi.  Mrs. Newman, black silk.  Mrs. Cross, cream silk.'  Sirs. Coursier, black velvet and  trimmings.  Mrs.   -Didisheim,     pale    green.  brocade with crepe de Chine.  Mrs. Shaw, black velvet.  Mrs.   Curtis,    black    brocaded  witli chifVon and lace.  ill's.    Lyons.     blur!,    muslin  yellow ribbon.  ���������   Mrs. Urquharl, dove   colored velvet  and cream lace.  Mrs. .Uuikhis, black silk and scrpiin  net.*  Mrs. T. 13. Sj. Taylor, sky blue satin  with black velvet, baby ribbon and  chifVou.  "Mrs. McRae, black, silk brocade.  Mrs. JtfcLcish, pale-green  cashmere  wilh green sillt'i-ibboii.  ill's. Hanbury, black silk.  'ilrs.'IDlake, pale green silk,  ilvs. Brock, black and yellow.  Misses   Oir,   made   their   debut' in  simple   but   very   pretty    dresses   of  white dotted:swiss._j -.7��������� ���������- --**-_x*.:_ri  ��������� Miss. Fraser,-pink organdie.  Miss H. Leveque. white silk with  sequin and chiffon trimming.  iliss Dunn, pink striped organdie.   -  Miss-Woodward, cream India" mull  with point venise lace, and ribbon  Miss Shepard, white Japanese silk  and chitVon. .  iliss Spnrliug; black silk brocade  aud chiffon.  Miss McLean, cream lustre with silk  point lace.  iliss Hell, silk linen ci-opon over  cci'ife.  iliss Baker, while organdie,  iliss    E. Leveque.   white   sill:   and  roses     applique,   bodice   relieved    hy  chiffon and sequin, made en   princesse  style. '      .  ,.  Miss Cannon, pink striped orgnnuie.  Miss McKechnie, black silk wil h pini.  chiffon.  iliss Brown, black nuns veiling.  Miss Cao, cream silk anil lace.  Miss Bolton, pink nuns veiling  with  pink, chilVouand ribbon,  iliss N. Dunne, white organdie.  Miss Kick, while organdie,  iliss   Smart,    blue    cashmere    and  chiffon.  ��������� Miss TiiiTibull, white organdie.  Miss Carey, white muslin,  iliss   JohnstoL'o    (Arrowhead),   red  linns veiling "with white lace.  accomodated in the cottages. Some  of the non dancing bachelors of the  establishment on attempting to retire  al a reasonable hour, found their  quarters had been invaded by infant  cherubs who were sleeping peacefully  while their mothers were enjoying the  merry whirl.  The favourite dances seemed to be  Schollisehes, "Waltzes. Two Steps,  Lnncers and Quadrilles with :m occasional French Minuet and Bon Ton.  Many pretty dresses were worn by  pi elly girls who appeared to be thoroughly enjoying every moment as it  flew. At six o'clock Capl. Short blew  his whistle for the return trip to  Arrowhead and the other steamers  followed suit and there wa.s a merry  rush for the pier. By half past eleven  the s.s. "ICootenay"' returned, bound  I'm* liobson and picked up such guests  fur Nakusp and other points as had  not been carried oil' by the tugs and  Llio Annual Ball was over, everyone  declaring that it was llie jolliost- one  I |ir>\- had ever attended.  - The Cold Snap.  The cold snap," which hit us at lhe  end of last week seems lo lie fnirly  umvi'i sal all over the west. At Field  a tempera ure of 51 below zeio is  reported on Saturday night and -15  below at Calgary, where they hud to  keep the engine on the move while  the train was waiting at Ihe station,  in liie yard hire -the goat after  standing half an hour on Sunday  wauled to become a-pernianent feature  of the scenery and came pretty near  taking the tiacl. along with her before  she was persuaded to g.H a move on.  In lhe C. P. lt. shops il was very cold  when the hands turned up lo work on  Monday morning anil lhey had to  blow the noon hour on a locomotive,  whereby many worthy citizens  throughout town found themselves  doing an' overtime 'shii'l. before they  c-uiight on lo the situation. At the  si cam laundry the boiler burst ancl  the management had to closedown.  Raw-hiding From the Horseshoe  Raw-hiding*; has .���������ouimeii'-i'd from the  Horseshoe and up to'lhe piesent aliout  thrt-o tons has been landed at-the  wagon road near Trout Lil-'i-. This  property, is looking extremely well  .nud has everv indication of .developing  inUi~a-ricn -IUI..V.���������  ...ib-jjiiKe-TopilC  Tenders Wanted.  Tenders lor about 70 colds of first-  lass building stone to be delivi red  in  citv, will he i.'i-ei-ved   "ii   till   noon  nn   Tlfur.-d.iv. F b.  (i:h  1902 at   C. 1 J  Uiune .Vc Co's. ollice. Jan. 20 2 l.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  C. IC M'iii*.lleld. night operator al  Fernie, has resigned.  The!. Ii.illimoi'i' and Ohio R-iilrnad  Company has issiird a bulletin under  w iiiii eiiinloycs must piy lheir debts  or leave their jobs.  Chief Sargent, of lhe Locomotive  Fiivnlen: Clark, of llu* Railway Con  iliiflors;. Morrissy, of lhe Railway  Trainmen; Pi-rlionr. of tlu* Railway  Telcgriipho!*-: anil Yoiingson, of the  Locomotive ICiigiuei-r-; weie dined last  week by President Roosevelt,  The S.ipieme Court of the United  States in the case of Frank Shaller,  disc barged by the Nickel Plate railroad company for taking pari* in a  strike.gave jiiilginenL that "the company was under no legal obligation Lo  furnish a discharged employe wilh a  certificate of service, although he may  -In: unable to obtain oilier employment  iu consequence of Lhe company refu  ing to'do-so.  It is announced that the machinists  will tnkoi oncerted anion .May 1st in  an endeavor to force Lhe railrouds.Lo  i oncede standard wages inul h/urs. In  t ie event of the railroads 'refusing  lheir demands ,the ..machinists will go  on st'i'ike'-'"an*d-in' that e'vi'fi'i i lie rail  loads, will mtfer considerable incon  venienre at least.���������Railway Employes  Journal.  It. is said that the new syslein 'nf  accounts which went, into effect on the  Southern -Pacific January, lsl, will  necessitate a gieatly increased force in  the various aceouuLing'ollii-es, and that  the company has already begun to  prnt'lice liLllo economics here and  there in order lo equalize the extra  expense. A number of the older  i-mploves who have lieen basked in the  sunshine of '$1511 salaries -for many  yeais. will now be called upon to serve  the company for S100 per'iuonth.  According   fo   press "despatches the  Coroner's jury, investigating Llie recent  horrible tunnel'wreck  in  New York,  has brought out'the fact that owing to  the slipshod manner in which'   trains  were'   run    on    that   portion   of   the  overcrowded   road': it  was'  not at'all  straKgo that such "an  accident  should  have* happened.     The   only    wonder  being that a similar accident  had   not  happened long a.ro.   It is expected Lhat  ������������������(>v,"^ic'.ive measures wiii'- be   taken   to  avoicriViepennon ornrnitm, ������.,-.v...i  it is'probable that .some of the railway  officials 'will   be indicted by tbe Grand  .liny for criminal negligence.  tb  The Canadian Pacific railroad has  completed arrangements, for building  iminen-e locomotive and cur works iu  ihe east end of Montreal. Itissaid  thai 7UUU men will be employed and  '33  acres of land has been acquired for the  site. The compnny already has locomotive, works in thai part of the cily.  but lhey are entirely insnfiirient to  meel the needs nf the system. It has  also a number of car shops at various  points, but I hese are lo be concentrated  al Muni real, lt is proposed that every*  engine and car needed by the ruaci will  be built in the future iu its own  shops.  1 he. Illinois Central railroad will  within a short lime have all of the  principal stations along its entire line  completely equipped with telephone  wires I'or the use of ollicials and employees in transmitting train ordeis  ami messages for the operation of  trains. The innovation is regarded as  radical, for after continued experiments mi big easlern roads, thu telephone has been declared a failure in  railroading. It is expected, however,  that if the Illinois Central proves it to  bu ii'snccess, of which its ollicials are  most sanguine*. 'Is example will "be  speedily folio wud by nl her large roads  throughout the United Slate!.. The  change on lhe Illinois Central will be  gradual. The. installation of lhe new  svsteni will cost about $100 a mile, or  approximately $510,(100 lo equip the  entire road, including its main brunch  and the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley  road.  Bucking Snow On the Big Hill.  It was not a slide, as reported,  whicli blocked the "main line on the  Rig Hill last Friday, Saturday and  Sunday, but a heavy' snowstorm and  bli'/.zard, which kept on filling the  Irack as last as it, was cleared. Two  Atlantic and two Pacific expresses  were held up, the passengers lying  over at Field ancl Laggan. The C P.R.  hotel at Field was thrown open to the  delayed passengers who enjoyed the  hospitality of the compnny at no cost  to. themselves. After three days'  incessant, work the line was cleared at  one o'clock^on Sunday afternoon. The  terrible clilliculty of the'task may be  imagined when it is said lhat the wind  was blowing some 35 or JO miles an  hour wilh the thermometer down to  40 below. Several of the men working  suffered slightly from frostbite, but no  serious cases are.reported.  Death of Roderick Robertson  Quite a shock was felt here'at the  news of the death' of "J. .Roderick  Robertson, managing director, of the  London Si 11. C. Goldfields, who was  well known here, as indeed iu every  part of Kootenay. The explosion  owing to which he - met his death,  while sitting in his room in the Murray  Hill hole', New York, occuired on  _vi���������������.l..j-.i_ fl*. i..';*,*.i-iMrl.iti_.;i.. .tewpoi'iuiv.  storehouse for dynamite used���������ny * i'irb  contractors on - the Rapid ��������� Transit  tunnel. A piece of iron was- hurled  through the window and struck Mr.  Robertson, killing him instantly.  Eight persons were killed and at least  100 injured in thu explosion, which did  about two million's worth of damage  to property.  Result of the Victoria Bye-Election Yesterday. A Heavy  Record Last Night. Death of  President ofthe Imperial Bank.  PuMToniA, Jan. 20,���������Lord Kitchener  reports : ince Jan. 2lsl, .'il Bovrs killed.  -2.x) wounded, 132^ captured and oM  suriendei-ed.  Paris, .Ian. 2!).���������Santos Dumont has  iiiaili' si c -essful trials] with tha new  airship at Monte Cailo.  London, Jan. 2!).���������The Dutch government, nas asked Great Britain to  allow them to iu L as diplomatic agouti  f ir the Jioer delegates in Europe, in  negotiating toi ins nt peace.  The llritish government  will  accept  if convinced that if the Boer delegates  Iluv*-* power to  arrange terms  for  th������'  burghers in the field.  Washington-, Jan. 20.���������Thu House  committee on commerce al Washing-,  ion lias decided tn report in favor of  the Uniti d Stales government building  a cable between the United Stales.  Haiwaii and the Philippine Islands,  Toiionto. .Ian. 20.���������II. S. lJowland.  president of Ihe Imperial bank is dead.  Month kal. .Ian. 20.���������Fire completely  gulled the Guardian Assurance Co's.  building here last night. Twenty firms  of lawyers, architects, e'.c, had offices  in the buildinx and lost' everything.  The loss is $101,000.  Hai.H'ax, Jan. 20.���������The second d������-  lachmetit of the second Canadian  Mounted Rifles sailed from Halifax  yesterday.  Victoria, Jan. 20.���������-In the bve-elec-  t'on yi-.stiM-d.ay Geo. Riley, Liberal,  defeated Fi auk S. Barnard, Conservative, by 121 majority.  Boston, Jan. 20.���������Seven Italian*  weie burned to death and a number  injured iu a flre in a tenement house  in the north end of Boston" last  night.  Hr Lotus,-Jan.-21).���������A , fire, in the  O ."*.'.*. 11 building in this city, a 7 stoiey  -ti nc Lure, caused ' a loss of S300.0UU.  riii-.Lindell hotel adjoining hud a nur-  iow escape. ���������   .'  Tabloids  '  j'. Oil running 7S per cent parafin*  has  'been struck at a   depth   of   110   ft   iu  ilalheur .Basui,Oregon.'  Prospectors-near Nichart, Mont.,  have struck a silver mine running  18,000 oz. or nearly S-iS.OOO to the ton.  John A. Hinsey. the former treasurer  of tlio Knights of Pythias insurance  department, has been acquitted of all  charges against his handling of the  order's funds.  It is reported lhat tbe Imperial au-  thmities have asked for 2,000 Tnora  Canadians for service in South-Africa,  j-'A'aXtOfUtOO hn*5.*-hPoa asked*, for' tho  Krilish armv im-uie ������wi',-.������-.i.:>b.^.  total cost for the year of ������02,015,000.  A contract has been signed to construct the Montreal-Louguenil bridge,  which i.s to bu used by the Rutland  railway for' an entrance to Montreal.  The cost of the bridge and terminals  will be ������0.000,000.  6)S������������������S^5X������S������SX5S������^^       j^jg^S-XSSSSSicSgXs^^ ������S)������������������������������sX5������C!5^^  We have a Beautiful Line in  Goods at away down figures.  BY BUYING AT  THE PRESENT TIME  YOU   WILL   SAVE  BIG     MONEY,     AS  THE STOCK MUST  BE   CLEARED   BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium  ANNUA I. IlANfl!.  Tho management   of   the   Ifalcyuii  Hot Springs   Sanitarium   entertained  over an hundred guests at their n in ill il  ball on Thursday last which proved lo  be   a   most   enjoyable   event.       Thc  excitement of the day began when the  s. s. Kootenay   arrived   I'roni   Robson  bringing the first contingent of invited  guests from Sandon. Xal-usp and other  points along - the   lake     The   yilUuit  littU   w.s.   "Archer"   from   Comaplix  steamed in at   hall'   past  seven   with  sixteen visitors from Thoiiisun   Landing ancl Comaplix.     At. nine   o'clock  tho "Koolenny" making a special  trip  hy tho kind courtesy of Captain  short  returned wilh guests from Arrowhead  and Revelstoke and half an hour  later  tho staunch little   tug   "Fawn"   oiima  merrily tooting iii^with a second party  of guests' from Nakusp.  Dancing commenced at nine o'clock in  the billiard saloon and   was   kept   up  with   spirit    until    midnight,    when  supper   was   announced -and   all   adjourned to the liolel where an excellent  cold co'lation awaited   them.     Tables  were laid in the dining room and their  tasteful arrangement and   the   smart  attendance of the   waiters   called   for  warm praise.    After   grace   was   said  the manager of tlie hotel in a few well  chosen words welcomed the guests ancl  expressed his pleasure in greeting them j  and his desire   for   their  enjoyment. \  After three parties had   sat   down   to  supper the dancers trooped back tuthe  ball room some hundred yar Is away.  Nothing   daunted   by    a    gocd    old  fashioned western blizzard which wa  raging, wraps were removed and daiic  ing was resuined-witb renewed energy  until   a   "Scotch   Reel"    closed     the  programme towards five o'clock in the  morning.    Uvery room   in   the  was occupied and many   guests  ��������� -\c-cr before have we made such onslaught on  prices.      New,   fashionable,   reasonable  and reliable merchandize will be sold iii many cases at a mere lraction of their  former value.  This means a bis: loss to tlie Company.   ��������� ,.*".,,,        , ,'",..  ^jil_������-E-=**SIOGK--?��������� lUST RF. SOLD���������Sweeping..reductions, will.takc   place   throughout  :at that they will wash out buyers mistakes   ancl   clear out thousands  The power of.clearing lies in the prices.     g-=s,_Read them*  every Department, so grea  of remnants ancl forgotten things.!  Ladies' Jackets���������S3.00.v    ,  Black Beaver, regular $4.75 and $5/50.    ^  Fawns, grey and ' black,, all   this.,Season s  .   goods, regular prices from ?fo.75   to  $12.  Sale Price &������  Children's'Jackets and ulsters Half Price.  Specsai Bargains In  Ladsss5 Ftirs.'  One Llscttio Seal Jackot, Size 34 x 30 Long,,        . _  P.eKUlai*.Price S5B���������Now ".     ������33 00  One E'.ecirts Seal Jacket, Size 3(5x30 in. Long.  SGu���������i\OV.'.;   $37 00  Ladies' Blooses.  Regular lines at $1.25 and $1.50, will clear  at 7 50.                                                    0 -  Black Sateen and figured  Lustre   Blouses,  Lined.      Regular at S2.50 and 3.50:  Sale  Price $1.75  ftflen's arsci Boy's Shirts.  $1.50 Men's Navy Blue Flannel Shirts. .75c  75c. men's black sateen shirts   50c  90c. Boys' navy blue flannel shirts . . . .60c  $1 men's underwear, sale price 75c  $2 and $1.50 odd lines in men's  under-  shirls, to clear $1.00  $1 men's heavy winter caps; sale price.40c  Flannelettes  A few pieces of flannelette in fancy slripes;  Regular price Sc; sale price 5C  Children's Dresses.  In Cashmere, Flannelletc and  Serges-  sizes���������reduced to haif price.  Sho������ bargains.  Ladies' Fine Dongola Lace or Button Boot  medium weight, well made.   Regular $2.50  --sale price $2.00  Ladies' fine Dongola Oxford shoe, machine  sewn sole, well made; regular $1.75; sale  P''icc $1.25  The First Meeting of- the  New  Board.    The   Estimates  For  1902 Brought Down.     It Will -  Take $5600 to I-^un the School  This Year.  A meeting of Uie public school board  waa held in the council chamber last  night. The chairman took occasion ol  the first public meeting of the board to  briefly describe the actions of the  board since their election. The school'  buildings were found inadequate for  lhe purpose and were in need of considerable--re pair's���������and_ithe-^-.vheating-=  arrangements were, quite insufficient  in sharp weather. The discipline was  had bin, had improved.  .Minnies wore lead of board meetings  and confirmed.  Ciiinmunications from the Education  Department, were read, to the effect  that no information of the resignation  of Miss Creech and the appointment of  her successor had been . received and  that 1 lie department considered it was'  not responsible for outstanding accounts, as. the late secretary had  iilm eed tu accept them, as set  oil' against fuel on hand also that,  the Hoard'.**! letter re grant would  he referred to thn Minister of Education, but thc Department had no  knowledge of anv appropriation more  I lain SS.OOU.OO:  KSTlMATi:.*-!.   OIUJ1XAUV.  The   estimates   were  then  brought  down:  sa 1.A It 11-:**, TI-:.\CI! 1.11s  Division 1   '   8O0O 00  fl      720 00  III *  060 00  IV     000 00  Ladies9 Golf Capes.  Ladies' Golf   Capes,   extra  $13.50; sale price   long,  regular  $10  36 in'. Unbleached Cotton, good heavy  weight; regular 10c.; sale price . . . .8^c.  36 inch Bleached cotton;    regular 10c  V   VI   Janitor -  Secretary   Insurance   Rent of room in Selkirk Hall.  Water   Fuel   Scavenging   Repairs Si alterations subject  to revision   Incidentals (including   printing,   stationery, advertis  ing, etc.  ������������������ir ���������  000 00  600 00  -120 00  CO 00  75 00  240 00  40 00  300 00  20 00  2.-.0 00  GO 00  $5005 00  hotel  wore  1 Mai  lOrd  3fS  Promptly  Solicited..  the New   $20,000 00  made   now   as   it  ?.yt+f'g<-*������-���������-*-c*e:*-***eHi-**<-** s^'*'-*'^---^--.!''**^^  Extraordinary   for  School buildings.,  Tliis estimate is  appears hy thc Act that it should ro  ill at this time: and the Board wishes  the .cooperation of thc council bi  procuring a grant from the government for thc purpose.  The Board resolved to hold meetings  on the third Ti^esday in each month  in the Council chamlier.  Thequestion of extending thc time for  dinner was brought up and laid "over ���������  fo? further enquiry.  The Board then adjourned. ^���������w'  * rtMW(.h-*������^^^r'nw*i.tt\in������*/-4inJ������������������  r> iwp Aij*?w^'*Ttta������t'<ju* ������������������v-^w -���������������*h* ta**-!*"  ;^.;Xi"Xw:������w^  J  'Ik  33  IK"..  m  <*'-*i  ���������7i  ���������-k  *f  WA  w  %  1 . i "l6     tr       1  n6 -i       U DYEDIN-TIIF WOOL -  pt\������\9\tJlmU antl ^aiiwitu dunsmuir organ  ijfeii's Journal,  Published  By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A.JOHNSON,  MuiiugliiB l'Hrecliii*.  A S-.-iul-Wocl.-lv .lourinil publish*.-.! In I lie  luierobts of the railwuy men. iuIiiIiik mi'ii ami  im-inr*** liH'ii ol the Went, llnys of I'lihlli'iiilmi  <Vi*.lin**iila>'aiiilS������liuilft.v.  AnVKHllSlNO  H1TKS.  liisplay ails., $1.00 per Inch; ulnglf t-nliiini.,  fi per Inch when inserted 011 llili* piiue  l.rKal iiil*)., 10 cents per inch (iionpurlul) line  mr tlrst Insertion; f> cents for each luliliiioiml  liisertlcn. Local notices 10 cents p.-r line eni-h  i*>*,ui*. Hlrlli, Marriiige anil lieiitli N'.iilcou  Ire**-.  ���������.llbsCKUTU'lS   KATl'.S.  Uy mull nr i-iirrlor, fi per Annum; il.M lor  "ix iiuiiiliit, sirlvlly in Hilviuici-.  omt JOIl IIM'.UIT.MKNI. ���������>  Is nun of the besl ei)iiippcil print Ing nlllci-s In  the West uiui iireparcil In cxeenlc all kinils of  priullni; In lirstcUss utyle. til honest prices,  une price lo all. So Joli Iuo lur-je���������none ten  .-inall��������� funis. Mail nrilers promptly mieinleil  to,   (Jive us u Ulal on your next orilur.  to couniisi-oNiiKS'is.  Wei invite corresponileiici. .in any subject  of Interest lo the ueni-nil puhlle. In nil >'ii-e-  1 lie bona tide name of the wilier musi Hceniii-  puav uiaiiii������eriiil, bill uot necessarily d>r  pulillcatlim.  AdJrt'M all eoiiiiiiiiiilcsllcins' In the >!>iiui*;er  'The Smail i.-*  tilled   Willi   excruciating  mental agony at the.atrocious conduct  of Mr. Taylor in  deserting'  the  Duns-  nuiir standard to follow the  blood-red  flag uf revolt hoisted by that bold free  lance, Dic'U McBride.'. 'It seems to  the  llEiiALii lliat lhe Smail in slightly onr,  of   order  in   Mill'eiiiH<   lliCse    viuh-lit  pai-oxysins ol'-ioiTOW and auger.     The  ntiiiAi.i) is not iiware  I hat  the Smail  contributed    iu    any    way     to     Mr.  Taylor's victory in the  lust  provincial  fleet ion.    A*,   far us  onr  recollf-el ion  jjoes it had no opinions either on  one  side or the other 011 dial invasion.    IU  mind was a perfect blank,    ll- was in 11  condition   uf   menial    Mi-pense.      Its  niemiiry of tin* eveiil.*.   al   the   lime  ������f  lliat. fleet ion is 1 hoiel'iiii- quite   naturally slightly  c'iinfiiM'il.    Wc  will  run  ovurfor  ils  benelll   lhe   l'.u'i>.   which I  were these:-- 1  I  Mr.   Taylor   wa-   returned     a*'   the*  straiuhl    t'ulibervnl ivi*    candidate   1'iii'j  lhis riding, as was Mr. Mclliidi: in his. j  There was uo idea during; lhat election 1  lhat "Mr. Dunsmuir was  Kohl-.;   tu   be  premier of this province a.s  the  result I  of   the   contest.     The annonnceiueiil i  Lhat Mr.  Martin  had  advised   Lieut.-  Ciovcrnor   Mclnnes  lo   send   fur   Mr.  Dunsniuir was received in   RevelsloUe  with a feeling of almost .stupefaction.  However it was done without consulting our feelings one way or the other.  Tliere   is   a   reasonable  expectation   yiVi Dunsniuir formed his cabinet, and  that hy the end  of  1902.   a  tramway   it   was   a   case' of    Hobson'**.    choice  between   supporting   tho     Dunsmuir  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune  The foundation should be laid by buying Real Estate in the,new Town of  .vojici: io loiiniisi-iisiiBNT.-.  1.���������All correspondence must he lesjilily  >\ ritten on one .side of the paper only.  a.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  ot tin; writer.  ii   K.UT.OUAN.  l.iiltor.  Wl-:i)NESl>AY.   Januauy 21).   1002.  LDS  W  Situate right at the Doors of nil the Famous Fish Creek Gold Mines.  REDISTRIBUTION IN  NORTH KOOTENA V  will be constructed  at Death Rapids  and a steamer put on 10 ply above  the  rapids to the mouth of Canoe river and  possibly,  if necessary, as far up the  Canoe as that river is navigable.   This  service   will   place  a   large     area   of  country containing  valuable  mineral,  timber and agricultural resources  in  close   connection'    with    Revelstoke.  Fifty or sixty miles further of wagon  road through a section, over a good  part of which a road would scarcely  require    more   construction   than it  would on the plains, would put this  place in direct and   eaBy communication   with  Tete   Jaune   Cache.     The  whole   section   as   a   trade   territory  belongs to the points in North   Kootenay along the main lino of the  C.J'.R.  Its future  progress and  development  ii in the hands of the people  of  North  Kurileii.'iv  '   ������������������'  il--:'   ������������������-���������������������������������������������   ���������������������������   J-'or although the northern purl ion of  this district, is nominally part nf  t'ariboo, il. is in reality separated from  the settlements in Cariboo by the  almost impassable; chain of the Cold  Range mounlaius .ind is altogether .nit  ��������� if the ken and sphere of influence of  the people of the Cariboo district.  It is a fortunate coincidence thin 11  redistribution uf (be electorate "t* lhe  province is at hand, coinciding wilh  the first beginnings of development of  the Canoe river country. The people  of North Kootenay are afforded an  opportunity of rectifying an arrangement whicTl might otherwise prove a  very serious drawback to the work  which is before them   in   that  section.  VlKTKF.N minuter  ��������� walk from Mum St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to tlie mouth oftiie big  5,000 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne Group, or  on to thc Goldbug Group.  YOUll OPPORTUNITY is now it. buy nt. the  bottom figures and you will got tlie advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  Some More Facts EK^S  take you to the' Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties thnt wi'l adv.eitise the Fish Creek  Ciunp, in li. C.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to  the  Famous Eva, linpeiial 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.  F.  SaouKi  TIME TABLE  S.S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  ���������Running between Arrowhead, Thomson n  Landing and Comaplix, commencing October  Mth, 1901, will flail aa lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead lor Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix twice dally���������10k. and 16k.  Leaving Comaplix and Thomion'i Landing  for Arrowhead....twice daily���������7:16kand 12:46k  Making close connections with all C. P. R.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reserve, tho right to change times  of sailings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  government or the Martin opposition-  One thing was perfectly cicrliiin, ��������� .Mr.  Taylor was not elected tn support Mr.  Martin. He did the only othei' possihle  thinii. He supported Mr. Dunsimiir.  His friends in the riding did not  approve of his course, as the Smuil  says. Neither did they disapprove.  They simply acquiesced in the  inevitable.  The Herald, which supported Mr.  Taylor in the election, has never  considered itself a supporter of the  Dunsniuir (_;6verninent. It has had  our  support when   we   considered it  was doing the right  thing  and some  pretty hard   raps   when   we  thought  otherwise.     The     Sinail     saw     with  characteristic i-iiii-kiio.**:*; ul"  perception  where tlieri." was   a   Incipholi*   left   to  crawl in .ind gut   :i   urip of a good live  Kraft, ami  si-uiruieil   i-i^ht.   in   to  the  position   of a ilyi'il-in llie wool   CWells  hrnml. (triwi'iimriil suppiii'lfi���������and the.  KOvei'iuiK'iit    pi'inliiii?.'    Supporter of  Mi*. Taylor il huvit has been ami it has  110 right 10 vi-ni nif 10 speak as such.  Sp.-akinK as a paper t lint did support  Mr. Taylor in   hi*  raiiipnigu   and   liar>  dune   sn    ever   since.      llie     llmt.M.I)  roiisidtsi'.-.     Ilial,      in     following     the  fort lines nf Mr.   Mi-fti'ide,   Mr.   Ta.yl.ir  is  simply   following tlie   only   leco!,'*  iii'/ed U-;iili'i- iu   lhe  legislature   of  ihe  party under wlinsu colors   he ran   and  won  in   Ifi*"H)--tlie   -straight  party line  Conservative*-.      If Mr.   MrTiride  can  malic it irood. and there i--; certainly   a! -���������;  ' ,     ,    I NOTICI'* '*- htreby Btvt-'i Hint RO days   i"������**'  ficrhLirv chance   that   lie   will,   noliotiy ; lt   ,uu-1 intend to apply in the chlei 00111-  "  -.    "' ,,   , , '. inivsionerii(l.ftinKRn.l Works for pernu**sion  in this constituency will   have   a word    to cut an.l carry n������-ay timber Trom the lollnw-  'np described lands:���������Coioin*MiciiiB_yt.,ft_l*0������t  1: th.'-. ?oiilli*ca*-t roni  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  tni wmnTfifTdHi in  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICK. that (10 days.artcr dntc I  intend t������ npplv tn tin* Chief Commissioner  r.f l.nnd*. and Worts fnr permission to out una  carrv mvnv llinl.fr from llu; followini; di**.-  erlliid land's: 1 .   - -       *       -  ('oinincii'.iiif. af n' post marked ^optor 1*.  I'errv'ssoutlinisi corner pnM.slinate aboul 200  ffi,i./ir*0in.?.,n.;u'c^  ilii-iH-esoiuli li-.ll.-lmiii-i, to tlio place ot coin-  ���������,o���������c.*���������.ci,.: containing W0 acrcs.^ ^^  Goldficld-i. 11. C. Oct. 17vh,l'JOl.       Nov. 0-tf.  notice"    "  T1.KI* Nrri'lL'i: thai s|\ly davs niter .laic 1  intend tn npplv In t lie (Jlii.-f O'liniinlivioncr  of l.nnds nnd Works fur permission ur pur  clia=c 11 parool of li.n.l dcsciilied **.s follows:  f:niiiiii**iiciiii; nt a nost marked Alii-e 3'orry's  Kn I 1'nsi; ilir-nce* west ix) rhiiins; llience  VortlHOelmlii-: ilieiiceKastanolialiis: ilienee  Hnutli ID i-liaius to point ot romineuceinent.  Thia frai*tion of land commences Xnrt.li of It.  F I'orr-'s iirc-i-mption mllnwIiiK McKenzie's  N-nrili-W.;-.!   l.in.'.   I'Oiiliiiuiiic about Ho acres,  m"rt*nr'Ui'- '      ALICE PK1UIY.  Hold li.'lds, Nov. 2T. 1001. .H..*c*l-lili  Cigar   Factory  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  Brands:  OUR  8PECIAL  and THE  UNION  FHISH   BUS   .Ml.l.TS  AM. TKA1NS.  I-'IIIST CLASS   .VL.*r.'l)MMOn.\TION.  HEATED   BY  HOT AIII,  HEASONABLE KATES.  Hotel Victoria  Brown & Querldi Props.*  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  M Laces and Braids g  * - Iti.rcr,, rnnp*... nt  IllU'llt'*.-!        Illl>!  i������.-,it.i i������--<  llnttenliiiru   ,     _ . }l.lKXf,  .Stumped l.lucn*., Einbroiilcry  Needles, Hooks, ,ti'.  llci'lin nud Zephyr Wools, all  Mimics, Slipper Soles, Vnlon-  scli'iic.-s l.ni;.?, Insertion.  MADISON  PARLORS.  si  m  ft'-it  B  m  m  ^ Alisses Slieppartl it Bell |||  Si?  K-.vj  H  JSTOTICB  redistribution liill. At prosenl. it any  ' asdistunce is reijnireil, from llie local  legislature in opaning up the ("'anoe  Kiv-pt* vulley, we have to ilepentl. not  011 i.iur lueiiihers. but on inetiiliers for  t'arilioo. These gentlemen are quite  sure to need every dollar they can j_ret  lo help on the development of sections  in which   their   own  constituents  are  to shv against Mr. Taylor for keeping  himself and thc riding on the riefht.  sidt* of the House���������least of  all   we  will  We do not  AVe are given an admiralilo  chance  to   vemiIrP tn Sily Lhe Small  ajjitate   for   u      rectification     of   onr  northern   boundary   in    the     coming  er of Roger r. Terry's  ort-cnipilon, mnrkcil ������������������Southeast aixn.-r of  timber ilmitnppli.'d for l.y F. .1. floldsnillli";  them--** w.-t-wi chains; thence north 1CU clmins:  thence c-a.-t ID chain*, to Fish Creel;: thence  follow lui! the mennderiass of 1-isli Creek ICO  c|,������tns t.i {loiniof coninionccmein; containing  think that in his judgment .Mr. Taylor ;'"''" w"' !!*"*'PO*''css-      F. J.<^o^,l)3^f ITir,  ..     *,..'-.���������    tf      ,<���������  ,1,,       Thom-son's Landing, October 16th, 11101.  hits jeopardi-/.ed  the interest*   of Ine^ ���������  X310XA1X1  C3-K.O"W-3Sr  IIOUIIT.V STREF.T CAR  MEETS ALL TRAINS."  BAR WELL SUPPLIED BY THE  CIIOICKUT  wines, MQirons and cioaiis   .". .... .  aJ^S/G&i ?."b,i*-A;%) ***V)ii--A.*'i "/'/i "Jj ",n,*)ff."h i/vh'^fiiA/tPisKji ftA'-jiVVx-V* ,������ij_S(*V-i a-^* 31 idJ"*') ilL*3^,-!;  ^���������^ \S<^ ^^ i^ ti^fc^ ^-^ ^^  RSJS & CO'Y  (KjiJ  is?}-  |^ PRIME BEEF.  V5?_4'  Wholesale  ind Retail Dealers  PORK.     Ml) i TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  The very Iiest on the market lort  Invlii.ling:  Potatoes,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  constituency hy anything: he Iris dono. ��������� Notice,  lis welfare has heen his gnidintc pi in. j \ -pecial meeting of the Hoard of  ciple in the <cn������le called politics in the ! Urep,^omm^sior^^le.^in  provime. since he h������*cHine ..nr niemher. '* on Tuesdny, Ihe 21sl. i.-f .litnii:ii*y. lo  There is in fact ������������������ other p.inciple >���������\ft^M*lg*������imi ' uf J" D"  discovrrablr* aliovp llie  political   hori- Si. A. Ucr'F.it,  -/.on hy which Mr. Taylor m- any other  niemher can jiiiide hini*"*lf, as far as  wc can see. There are  occasions  when  Chief Inspector.  WANTED.  WaNTKIi���������By a   rnnn   a-jed   W   who   !.*<   in  sion of������. sotcl trade nnd   .:i,!>i(i enpilal  car.ll  ivl.li  interested.    Thev are not at   all   likely | .,  member   has   pi-i-hap**-*   to   lake   big | horretpoiid'-ii���������"Villi"a    maid'   or    widow.  .-. ,-,,! .���������, .      . c     ., ,,    belwccti lORiid.OO, with a-nnallnapltAl, with a  Io press   for   an   appropriation,   wlucli ��������� f-h^nt p*.      Thn    i^   -r-ri**  of     lln-tn.     III v-,.u  :,, uolnir into hii������ln*������.������ an'l matrlmimy.  Also first quality of well onroil  rnrro *    ���������  nay  Pond orders for same to  S. D. CROWLE,  llcvelstolic, 11. C.  will be applied  tc help  nut   the   constituents of the members of tbe   North  East Kootenay.ind Kcvel-unkr ridings.  And   noliody   could   blame them   for  adopting such a  position.    But  if  we  choose to help  oui-selves   now.   In*fore  we find ourselves  tight up  against   it*  and   delayed   and   hampered    in  mir  operations in coniefpiencc, wc can   <<et  this matter straightened  out  b.-fore it  hurts   ui.    XVe should commence  an  agitation .'it once to  have  thr  boundaries   of   North    Kootenay    extended  north to the .13rd   degree  of   latitude,  v.-bich runs .just north .of the   Yellow-  Head Pa.'i;;.    Our eastern and   weatein  boundaries p'noiild lie produced along  the summits of the  Gold   Range  and ]  Rockies  proper  to   this degree.    The  courses of  the Canoe and   McLennan  would   form   the   most   natural    and  convenient division line between   the  two lidings   in   the   new   portion   of  North Kootenay. The recording offices  would of  course   he   Itevelstoka   and  Golden respectively until,  as we are  conlldent will v������ry soon be the case, it j  ��������� s found necessary to open  others  in  the Big Bend and Canoe river dijfricU.  \Ve are doing the work   up theie  and  we should see that we get everything  tLfct is corning to u* on th������ head sf it. j  .. j A,l<lr.">s nlU'-tlcrn to "J. I!."  Hbk*ld oilio  will be linir* enough to set up a roar, if | dec. ll-ln  Mr.   T.iylor'-i   judgment   is proved   ul !   -  fault after I he house niecU.  In tlie meanwhile (lie Sinai! t-in keep  quite cool and. if it will take a pointer,  TO    LET  CotUnO, lini-T fourth ptn'-t ami Orion  Avenue. Fur pnrti*-uli<r*. apply to I). F.  f'.Rii.*--.. The Motion^ liaulc.  bec'il-lf  ' will b-giii lyini? it-- pipes judici-insly  for annthi'i- ilip " 'P- -,'1'- McP.ride has  so far given no hint, th.it if he Iicronii'S  pieinier   lie   inlenils  NOTICE.  to confine his  cabinet solely lo ('onservntivt***.. Who  knows whether there may not be a Grit  two in il? Wheie there is one Grit in  n cabinet, Ihere is always good hope of  government,   printing   for   real   Innd-  working little (jrit newspapet** and   of    ^   civil service reform for good little Grit ,  )f^  bee Irs in need   rC   a  provincial   job. J  )  The bmail should not get  too gay   and j  throw awuy nny possible  chances like [  that.    Polilirs  in   B. C.   are   <*o   very  uncertain.    There i-i  no  use   being so  dyed in Ihe wool a-j In mn the risk  of  dying in the hole.    CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  ..   S:20 ���������  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  L1M1TKP  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  We. h'tve purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines and . pros-  pj.'it.s, and dusii-u to hear from prospectors und others having property  for sale.  Our facilities for miking quick sales are unrivalled: '       .  E          Suud us reports: also samples of ore foi* exhibition' at our Ofllee.  _   *        THE MIN E. S .EXC.H AN GE^LI.M I TE D.   1 OBox.70. 7 Nelson, B.C.  II. i'i. PARSON, Presldant.  KASTBOUN'I).. .  WtSTBOUXn. .*  SOUTHHOUNU.  / *.-i*-'  S:io  TAKK SOTICF. that ���������>' 'lay- ll.'lvr 'IuU* I  intcii'l toar-t.lv to the Chief f.,i,i:.iii*iiom*r ol  ..and*, nml Wnrk' f'.r pnnalcii.i:i to purc-lia-ie  the foll������iv������liii{ de'crlt.e'1 lands:  Conunencineata j.o=t marl**- I ��������� H. Mcl'lams ,  ' o 1 Po-d," ������ltua*e closo t-> tlie  '������M   Ix'x.:  oft . . .  ifll'l .V* Brantforrt's pre eiiiciioii, Ki*,!. Creek, |  thi-nce nor.l. 10 chain*., Irt^xti-r. *.i-.*,t 2n eliai.ii,. 'rnrfmin  thence conth 10 chain-;, th'-ric *.������������������������', :'.', rlialii'] ' ululllu  in point f'l' commcncemcnr. I  t.ox'U'.rl.lJ, ..'an. Wth, V-'i. ��������� ���������     ���������  I.. .'.fc.M.iM.  TOURIST CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL  Sundays,   \Vedncsd;iys, lrridays.  Montreal and Boston---   FRIDAYS  '    M.J. O'BRIEK. Managing Director '  ^e Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability. ���������  Carry a lull anil complete line ol  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandiea, Rums,  '  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Gins,.  Ports, Sheries, Clarets, Champagne, Ljque'rs  Imported and Domestic Ciffara.  SUNDAYS, .  and   WEDNESDAYS  In Stock���������  A  Warehouse foil of  r.ralrlsis  Ouality   .  Wheat, Oats,  Short.       (Iran.  May. Coal.  IrScm away do*,vn Ior Spot Ca3h,  -J. C. HUTCHISON,  wmm  [PROMPTLY SECURED,  >  Write for our  intTe-tJn^ hr^ika1* Invent*^  or'-* Help"  an*I  " Mow you nre swindled."  S������rwl us a foujfh nkctch r-r nindtl of yonr in-.  vciiMon onniprovrnf-nt aiul t-tr will tell yout  free our opinion as to whether it U probably'  patfintable.   Reject fd niipllcotif.ns hnve often;  1   .been   sufce������-^fully   pro.-ec.itf-]   n/   \m,     Wc]  |   /conduct   fuily -equif/prcl r.ff.-*r--. m   AfoutrealJ  :     ai_d"Wa*.nin*.ton; tni'qi'-ilih-f -s u*������ topronipt-J  ly <li������;p*itch woTk and quirkly ������cure Patent?-?  asitroirt as the invention   Highest referenceaj  furnished. i  Patents prorurrd thrnn^t,  M.-tridn  S Ma-.  rlou receive Hpecltil notlc? wiUinut charge In,  over xoo iiewpnprr*; di^tuhutcti throiighout-i  tlie Dominion.  Spc-clslty:���������Patent  Liu������.inps* ot   ^ranufac-  turers and Engineer;  MARION & MARION  Patent Experts and Solicitors  sse'ngers ticketed to all  points  at lowest rates.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.i  rnnir...   !   N'^ V������rl{ LH* B'W'l. /lontft������l  tottiu*.   ,   >.tlmntlc Bldg.Wwhrn   "   ifngrtoo OX,  DIRECT STEAMSHIP SERVICE  From Vancouver to���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Etp-rxi\l  lnlnrmKt'.nri \nl  particulars a.prly  SSri-v -   toXearest C P. it. Agsnt  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Bevelstoke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenirer Agent  Yiucourer.  |A challenge  \Yc cliallenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give sub-  siantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  Jn exchange we offer to  give io good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, ett.  to any part of the ������ity   *. ,  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at K. M.' Smythe's Tohae������o  tore, or by Telephoue No. 7 will receive prompt  ttentlon. ���������  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retajl Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  FUh and Game in Siason....  All orderi proiaptlj* flilea.  C0TiSi?.. 8BYBB������0KRB.������.  'I  i|  1  ���������81  <-1  f  ii  fl  /;  >*i  i  ���������*&>** /������>  *.  ���������i....  r  The Northwestern Development Syndicate  LIMITED  Capital; $1,000,000 !n 1,000,000 Shares.   Par v������lue $1.00 eaeh.  All Treasury Stock.     No Promoter's and no Preferred Stock.  Large Veins Free-Milling Gold Ore  First Allotment.    200,000 Sbarea now ofl'ered for 50c. a share.  ANDREW F. ROSENBERER,                          SIBBALD & FIELD,              |  Secretary, P.O. llox.700, Xelsou, B.C.                                             unii-lnl Ureters, I'.cVeUtolce, B.C.               i  THE TOWNSITE OF  CIRCLE  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo ���������Lots on Sale��������� 2oo  BUY BEFORE .YOU  SLEEP.".  CIRCLE  CITY- is the Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via die Lardeau'Creek with fork to 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.        ....  Splendid  Water  Power  .   ���������. [LWhich will be utilized next Season by Concentrating- Plants.        '   -���������  - s  Order Your  from the  HERALD  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including'  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMRNTS  BILL  111-:ADS  NOTK  HEADS  SHIPPING  TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STUFET.  >..l..|..*..|,.l..|,.l..I..!..I..H.+.|..t..j.H.+4.+4.4,++  | PELLEW-HARVEY, J  BRYANT & CiLMAN %  Mining- Engineers ������  and'Assay ers, <5j  vaxcouvkk, h.'c. .   i*:.Hini.n-iii(.*i isiui  AS8AV WOIIK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  TlrSU llllllli! Il|l Ul Ll,l������JO 11,1.  A K|ioi-lully niii.loi.f I'lh-iil.-iiij: Sint.lli.-i*  l'lilps.  Samples from the Interior In- mull nr  j, fixiu-OSB promptly attcniluil lo.'  Onrn.'.v|iaiidaiic*iiiulit!itiM.|  ~ VANCOUVER, B. C.  **.***+<f++-f*f++-I-.***f**f*f<.*-f+*-l  A GOOE*  NAME....  In better than riches  We lirtve thn mimo of iniikln-;  the only -Stvllsli Sulli in Town  ���������for durability nml qualln*  lhey also excel.  .TRY ONE  R. S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  Wood for Sale.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT, .  G. B. BATHO,  Ferguson; B. C.  L. Selmider..  Snc-i-fiFfif In li. .l..|iklni,  .Miiniifiii.'tiii'i'r*! of -  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  CANADIAN COAL  CHEAT FALLS  nuimlring- of Boots, Shoos  nncl Harness, a Specialty.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with  the  Choicest  affords.  the     Market  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CICARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  j. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  for OnRh.  AiePLY TO  John Kernaghan  Ts the recognized organ for all the latest mining news of North  Kootenny. Particuln'r attention is paid io securing- early and reliable  intelligence from the newly discovered Free .Milling Gold Camps on Fish  River and from the placer and i*uartz mines of the Big 13end and district,  in the immediate aci.ivily ol' Ttevelstokn. such as. Illecillewael, Albert  Canyon. Jordan Pa**** and Isaac Creek., Next season will witness a big  revival of L'l'i'taintv-thi'cnighout N'orl.h Kootonay, and mining men and  others desirous uf gaining the eailiest* and most authentic news from tho  district . will, find the.columns of the HERAT;!) their best, source of  informal inn. _j__   _   .  ... . . __ ��������� :_.     __ . :   ..   .* _.   _ .._,_  -   .     Railway Nt_*ws is also a Specialty of the HERALD nnd articles of  special interest*!!.* Railway men will also be found in itn columns.  AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM  THE HERALD oilers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  and the class of readers, which it readies, unparalleled in the district. Il,  appears twico to any other papoVs once a week and is found in the homes  of the wage-earning classes, tho backbone of the business of Ihe district.  Bue'iiessmen want their announcements to "reach the home people who  'have the money to take advantage.of "their offers aud the homos and  families which render it necessary for them to spend il. Xo other class of  circulation is of any use to them. These are the kind of people who make  up a big proportion of our Subscribers, peoplo with homes, familii-***,  employment, and interests right'at'home. the people Revolstoke merchants want to get at. A space in'our advertising columns, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a., Twice A-Week letter to every home in  Revplstoke. and in Ihe Railway ai.d Mining points, tributary lo lievelstoke business.  OUR JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT  -    - Is the "completest in the district   for  appliances,   material and  Craftsmen. Our work speaks for itself. No other office in Xorth  Kootenay can touch it, because we not only have the tools t<i do good  work with, but -we know how to use them. Gall 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.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT'B A., I.I..B.  Barrister,       Solicitor.    Notary   Public,   Elc,  Tint Street, Kevelstoke.  -  Money to loan, -  pj.VP.VEY, MICARTES. & PINKHAM  Barrister.". Solicitors, Elc.  Solicitors for imperial Hank oi C'Htia.ia.  Company linids to loan a.8 percent.  rii'ST Street, Revelstoke 11. G.  FARWELL   ESTATE.:  ' -The choice .land'uorllr nt .tract,  between Tapping's anil Long's,will  U* ���������uilidiviilt.'il for fialn hs soon hi  politic.  3. ML SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  I', o. Box, -tor..  CHURCHES  METHODIST CTIl'nril,  nr.VELSTOKK.  Preaching service's at 11 a. m. ami', :30 p. tu,  Cla-s niootlne at the close oi tlie morning  -.ci'vlcc. Sabbath School and Bible Class at B-su  Weekly Prayer Mi-ciin^ every Wednesday  evenlnq at 7":^0. The public are cordially  invited.   Seats free.  Rev. C. I.AriNni*.. l'astor.  ST.  PETERS ClIl'I'CI!,  ANGLICAN.  Eight a.m., lfnIylCticliarl.it; 11 a.m., lna'-ms,  l.itany nnd Jcnno'ii (Holy Eucharist tir.il Sun-  dav In the month); 2:*Ki Sunday ii-honl, or  children's.service: 7:50 ICvensoiiR (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days���������The Holy-Eucharist is  "cnicliruteil ut 7 H7iirr..rS t..iiifrii-,-iiiiii"������������iiiicc-.h���������  Iliily Baptism after Sunday School nts:tr>. ���������  c. .v. fi'.ocuNiKK, Rector.  , I'REaBYTEP.IA**.'  ClU'RCll.  fervid! every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:Sfl p.m.  lo which all are welcoiiii!." I'rayer meeting at  3 p. in. every Wednesday.  Ri:v. \V. c. C..i.r..:i*., Pastor.  koman catholic uiii'KCir.  Ma":,   at  10:M a. m ,   on   fir-si,   second  and  toimh Sundavs iu the iiioiuli.  UEV.   l'ATIIKI:   THAYKR.  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meet int. every night in their  llall un  Front  Street.  ..SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets everv Wednesday in  Oddfellows'" llall al So'clock  Visitinjr Knights invited,  nitnw.v,   C. C.    : ' :    :    :    :    :  F. li. Li*:\ns, K. ok R. Si H.  Express Delivery  All   orJi'rs    Jeff    nl-    \V.   M.  Lawrence's    will     I:  attended lo.  Red  Rose Degree meets second nnd fourth  Tuesdays of each month; While Kose Iiegree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall. <Vl.sltln_. brethren welcome  WM. WATSON. HY. EllWARllS,  President.    . Secretary.  BEAUTIFUL  H,  ie     promptly  Cook.  OO TO.  -ZL-A-XTIDIEIEL  Tor your (.'hrialmns I'rnli and Hon lion-i.  Chocolates, .toe. to 6oc.  ��������� Candies from 15c.  kancv mscciT.-s.'   oRanges,   lemons.  TOYS AN 11 KAXGY nowv..  Macken/.i; Ave.    Kevelstoke, B.C.  Revelstoke Rink fa, m  Kkaling every aftei-nooii  and evening   fiom  .'1 tu 0 and from S ti, HI.  The t'uhllc ure invited to vi-it tlu* Itink; nn  charge being miido for Spectator*.  A i*liargc of -2.-10. will be made fur sliiitiug. ;i 11  the uitcrno.-.it ladies or children l.'i-,  ' Season Tickets may lie purchased at I hi' i'i 111;.  Ladles tiiiXi, llenilenicn it',. Chil.lren $::.  flood for skating nftern.toii and evntng, except special events ench us CtmiivfiK lloikcv  Malelics. etc, >.  Hockey Practices.  iKN'inilS���������Monday-*, 1'rldnv.s and f-iUnrdiivs  from II) Ir. II. U'oilncs.lavs, from  7 10 S. '    '  JUNIORS-Tuesdays from into II, 11 nil Wednesdays from 7 to.s.  I.ADIRS���������Tuesdays from 2 lo 11.  Curling every aflernoni. and evening.  M01JNTA1N VIEWS  Now ready at. my. Studio, views  of Kevelstoke and vicinily. Also  telepholo views of all i.he peaks  visible from lhc city. They will  he upon permanent, plaLinolypo.  the finest photographic paper procurable mul Absolutely permanent,  ���������size '.Ial. 2T,n., size Ixd, 5(li:. Send  those to your relatives and friends  for the New Year and they will  have something of a true aitisl.i.*  value. Thn Studio will remain  open lhi.-> evening: till 22 o'clnek.  Wright Porritt  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   Mo. 1658.  Heenlar meetings are held ln tht  0.1dfell..������--sliall on th.- Third Friday of .-ach mouth, hi S ii.in.Hliarp.  Vl.-iiini. hrethren cordially invited  A. .I .HNSON, Vi. M.  Vi. G. BIRNEV, l'.cc.-See.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven years  at  Slorfa  Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Chiel  Chemist  to Wlg&n Coal and  iron Co.,  Eng.  Late chemist and Assaver. Uall Mines, Ltd.  Claims exa-aiDod and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR-EVERYONE  Why poison your svslems  using Condensed Milk, done  up in old rusty tin cans?  when you can buy pure  SALMON ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  On I'Vbruuiy 1, areorditiK to oftleial  information received in the city Saturday, the lirst train over I he new branch  of the Greal Northern from Jenniupa  north of llio Canadian boundary line  and theni't* to thu (.'row's Neot. coal  Holds will arrive at. Gateway a new  station on the lioiiiulary line, and will  return wilh the first train of coal from  the Ciinadiiin Ileitis for distribution  over llu* main line of llu* Greul Northern system.  Un (lie samo dale Collector of  Customs Cliarlfs M. ' Webster will  opi-n a sub customs port, at Gateway  anil a pns-l. otllct* will be established  there. Shortly afii-r ihe optming of  llie road theru will be a vastly  inrri-ast'il amount nf the Canadian coal  coining to Ibis side nf ihe line ami It  is expect ed lhat the new customs port  will la* one or������noilly revenue earuinp;  power in the sei vice.  For sruiie time al. least, it is thought,  then, will not be any great, amount of  the (.'row's NcM. Pass coal which will  llnd ith way into central and southern  .Montana. However, it is well known  Unit plans are on foot which, when  mniaiiiimatetl, will mean that. Ihe  importance of Gieat Kails will be  vastly increased us the greatest coal  distributing cetilerof the north western  sl.iiles.  At llu* present time the Great  Niii'thern has use for a much larger  amount, of Crow's Nest Pns.s coal than  il. has been able to get. Ou all lhe  mountain divUions of the road it is  lhe intention to use il for passenger  service. However, after all the lines  and sidings into the Canadian fields,  lo be controlled by the Great Northern,  have been completed there will be au  output more than sufficient for th*  main line use on . the , mountain  ��������� livisioDS. ,  Just as soon as the widening of tbe  Great Falls and Canada" has been  completed, It is semiofficially  announced, it ia the intention of the  road to send its surplus Canadian coal  to Great Falls for general- distribution  over the state.  It will first he brought to Jennings,  thence east to Shelby and over the  widened guage to Great Falls for  distribution, ln order to handle the  product here, il will mean, it is stated,  that coal bunkers of very larRe'  capacity will havelo be erected and  maintained. In the cities where the  Great Nort hern road is. maintaining  bunkers I hey ."are looked upon as  especially advantageous and on the  coast there has been every inducement  olVoi'Pd, to not.Vmly the Great*Northern  but, other roads, In build at certain  poi nis.  It, is staierl lhat onre the coal is here,  Great Falls will be, Ihe point from  which Ihe new Htirlington will be  supplied, as it is (he intention ������0  furnish the Canadian coal to all the  roads, .nt present included in the  "community - of interest." combine,  which have mountain divisions 10  I ra verse."  Al the present development of lhe  Crow's Nest I'ass mines not nearly all  the coal needed by the Great Northern  can be furnished. However, just as  lust as lhey can be worked to a greater  capacity Ihey will be and in the  -npinion-fif-those-who-arii"in".-r7P"silio!i'-  10 talk il will not, lie more than a year  before there will be many more train  loads nf Canadian coal coming into  (���������real Falls.���������Great Falls Tribune.  A. N. SMITH  SUBSCRIPTION PRIGE,$2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE,  NEW YEAR'S CAKES !  HEW YEAR'S CAKIS I  H   EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEEE HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOVXTED,  _Furs Cleaned ������ad Peiaired.  JuST EAST OF PEKSBfTSBtAS  CHCECH  Tcdzi fttttt.  FRUIT, PEEL,  GROCERIES  For people who like  to make their own  Cakes.  k  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT  NOTICK I- IIKKKliY OIVKN tluil Henry .1.  llounic, ot Itevclstoke, llritMi Colmnliln, nml  I'niiik II. noiinii*. of Nnkusp,British i.'oIiiiiiI.Ih,  ciirrj-iiiB "a liusiness Hi Kuvcl.-loki*, Nnku**r>  mul S.'iv Ii.-nver imGcnornl Meri'liRiKs, nnilor  the llrm name of lloiirno'llrothor.*., havt: by  iloeil flatcil llie lOlli ilny of January, 1002,  a-slgnt-il all their and - ach of their nml mul  iiei.suual prtverty w'hk-li may l*c M.'lzed and  ..old under^xcciiUon, for the geueral* benefit  of eredilor.i to Kred**rh*k BuRcoml.i*. of Haro  ���������itreel, Vancouver, Merchant, ������nd Arthur  iYilllam Johnston, of Wst^rS!r<*et, ViTiroovur.  -Merchant.  A meeting of tin* creditors ii heroby calh'.l  lor Monday, the Mth day of January, 1902, at  the hour of 4 p. m. at the sfflce of Messrs. S.  Greenshlelds Son A Co., Water Street, Van  couver.   ���������  All creditors are required to file with Arthur  William Johnston, one ot the /sslgnces, full  particulars of their claims and the nature ol  their securities, If any, held hy them, and  notice Is hereby given that after the flr3t dar  of April the Assignees will proceed to distribute the assets am ng the' creditor?, of whose  debts 01 claims they shall have received  notice, and that they will not be responsible  for the assets or any part thereof bo distributed  toanr creditor of whose debt or claim they  shall not then hare received notice.  Dated tbl514th day o-f J&aaary. -l.P , 1002,  CA.VIS. ii.-iSSBAIL & MACl.'EII.i.,  I ,   S������i:=itcrs lit tte A-5i.--.egs.  Victim of "Foul and Filthy Lies."  A K|i(!ci:il despatch from London to  llie New York Herald says: It would  be dillicnlt to invent it moie pathetic  war incident than one wh:ch occuried  in the expoiiencc of ,1 certain officer  atachi-d to Lord Mi'thuen's staff, and  recounted by him in ,1 private letter.  Ile was detailed to search a lonely  farm bouse, hut evidently theappioarh  of the. British soldiers had become  known, for tho house was empty,  except for a widow weeping over her  dead child.  Xeedless to say the necessary search  was conducted with as little inconven-  iei.ee as possible to the poor woni*������n,  who wns the object of ninth sympathT,  But. far fi'om being comforted by  th:; Vindness wilh whict; she w.5  treated, her grief (.became uncontrollable. . It was then discovered, upon  the woman beiug questioned, that sh*  was the victim of the Boer libels which  have been sn freely circulated about  British soldiers, for on learning the  proximity of the hated Knglish the  mother had killed her little girl to  prevent her suffering the brutalities  which she had been told were meted  out to young girls by British soldiers.  Therefore her feelings may, be imagined when she discovered that the  tenible sacrifice cad been aadc  tt-ithodt nese-ss'.tj-,  fe w.^  jpysaiBgHBaiu^^  V3&  I *>  A  m  'm  m  *m.  m  Wife ���������'  111;  i>fi  .-������������������*  m  MISTAKES  May I'm made iu .we-tiring  Chest Protectors  lfut. your greatest mistake will  be iii'idi* in not wisurinp; one.  Tbey am a ^rent preventative  of cold and nobody should he.  without one when tbey can  net lliem so clu-iap at the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.'Y.  All Hii7.es and Prices.  See them in our window.  ^ BORN.   Li;\������Ki.i..���������On Jan 20th,  to   Mr.   and  Mrs. A. F. I.undell a son.  Kiltuv���������Ou the 25th  inst.,   at  Hevt*'.������  stoke, to Mr. and Mrs. \V.' Kiiby. of  Arrowheiid, a daughter.  DIED.  MacNah���������At, AViillace,  Nova Scot'ni.  Monday, .January 20lh, Mary, widow  of tho "late  William   MacNab,  aged  71 year.*.  KntiiY ���������On the 25th inst.,  the infant  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. XV. Kirby,  of Arrowhead.  Notes of News.  Wishes  His numerous  Customers  ind Patrons  A Happy       :  anil Prosperous  New Year  Red Cross  ������������������ Drugstore  ������B>-  ������  hM6  XV. B. Pool left for the Lardeau on  Monday morning.  Mrs. Willis went to Oiuisellneliie  Saturday for a weeks visit.  Mrs,.'.IS, Knowlton aiid Miss. Kdna  Knowlton of Ferguson are visiting  town.  Tin* next big event in order is the.  Quadrille (Jlub masquerade x nt'ic 10th,  which promises to be a'big affair.  ' Mrt_.ll. N. Needham, of Thomson's  Lauding, spent Sunday in the city  with Mr. and Mrs. S. Needham.  ,1. 11. Tw.ecdn.le has been transferred  from the local liranch to llie. Fergus on  branch of-the Imperial bank as accountant.  Mrs. Jackson, who has been visiting  her mother, Mrs. I.eveque, left on  Monday morning for her home in  Greenwood.   ��������� ��������� ���������  The executive of the Rossland Miners  Union elfected a settlement   with   the  management of the Le Itoi  on  Friday  - afternoon.  ���������  .1. D. Graham, gold commissioner  in ���������      ,   ,      .,    ,,  . , ,,    ,.    ,,  ....                  .     ,.        * ,. Remember the Enid Martin Concert  Atlin.   ciiine  in   Irom   Vancouver on - ..     oft ,       ,.   ��������� .                    ,  Monday's No. 2,   and   leaves   for   the "'he 20th   ot   l-ebruary   under   the  coast tonight. auspices   of . St.     Andrew's    Ladies  F. Julian sustained a severe cut on  his ankle while chopping wood on  Saturday last and has been in Ihe  doctor's care since.  Shows the necessity of providing yourselves with good Rain Coats and Rubbers  It was very \yet (especially coming home).  We   have   excellent    Rain    Coats    and  Rubbers to  protect you  from   the  slush  and snow. ���������  We offer you bargains in these lines.  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, lint 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 time ��������� to sort up.  Weare sorting ub our Best selling lines;  and to' do this properly wc offer you  Bargains.  . Call and Inspect Oiir Goods.-__���������_  * NOVELTY PHOTOS \  ���������        \  1 make all style*, of I'holo Buttons,  Brooches, Tins, K c. Very Ncwu-I IV-  siKiis.  I copy nny photograph or tintype.  STAMP PHOTOS,     -     20 FOR 50o,  Four Positions Given.  STUDIO:      TAYLOR lll.OOlv.  HOWARD   KING,  . UOTOCUAPHEK,  *44**4*+f4iW-������4e4C*-**4i4*-****+  I Taylor & George,  __I Mackenzie Avenue.  E   THE  NORTHERN   ASSURANCE   CO.   2  OF LONDON. ENGLAND.  CAPITAL AND FUNDS $33,365,000.  REVENUE ".'..'.'.  5,714,000.  DOMINION DEPOSIT...... i        211,700-  ���������-������^__i.  ���������tt9  ,lno. S. Clute, Inspector and. Peter  Urnnt, ^Collector of H. M. Cuatoms,  N'ew Westminster, registered sit the  Kevelstoke on Sunday.  The iiiiitine.emu.nt of the rink have  taken the full advantage of the cold  wave uud thoj- have some splendid ice  on all the rinks .inst now.  ���������The   Ladies   Aid   will   hold   a "Pie  Social" in the Methodist parsonage on   hall and . MUs   Edgar's   room   111  Friday evening, Jan. Hist.    Everybody   lim*lu block, in wliiili llu*  trustees  There.is to be a hockey match in the  rink from 8 to 0 next Friday evening.  Seniors v. Juniors. Admission 25  cents.  ���������������������  ���������sffi>  ^   SIBBALD & FIELD,    -    Revelstoke, B. C.   zS  %uimitiimimiiiimuiuui>'ikH>M  The cold weather has ha-1 no etVecl  on the navigation of Lhe Arrow Lakes.  The C. P.-R. boats are running on  Lime nud tliu Archer is making her  usual trips on the arm. '  The ��������� classes resumed work in the  public school on Alonday morning, the  rooms being fairly comfortable except  Miss Temple's  room   in    the   Salkirk  ' the  are  welcome.   Admission 25 cents. going lo put a slo\e iti addition to tie  Home  very attractive specimens of   furnace.  Mrs.  Diiilmm   Molson,  of   Cote   St.  ore from the Horseshoe .'''mine!' Trout  Lake, hare been added to the collection  in the Hotel Kevelstoke hail  0. B.  Hume & Co.  are calling for  tenders for 70 cords  of  building stone  to be used in the construction of  their  -new  block on  the corner of Front St.  und McKenzie Ave.  The   ice   harvest   commenced    this  morning.    \V. M. Brown. XV. Fleming  and J. C. Hutchison are. all at  work  just below the bridge.     The ice is nice  and clear and a good article will be put  up.  II. Morris is in  from   his   cliiuis  on  ~Ki-yst~one~oii~which~he'-has'-been-driing  work all winter. ��������� He reports only four  feet of snow on the mountain and a big  herd  of   cariboo* ranging   round    his  cabin.  The Colonial Loan company of  Toroiitp, has absorbed the Equitable, a  coniDiuiy, which has a number of loans  in town. Sibbald "k- Field .have been  ������������������ffeied the local agency for the  Colonial here.  There was an afternoon tea given by  the Ladies' Hospital Aid Soctely on  Saturday afternoon, which wound up  with a little dance. Seven dollars were  added to the fund as lhe result of this  ���������entertainment.  Ensign Andrews, Travelling Special  of Spokune, will be with lhe,Salvation  Army on Wednesday and Thursday  20th and 30th. ., Thare will be a Magic  Lantern service on Thursday evening.  Kverybody invited.  There have been all kinds of report*  ofthe lowest notch touched by the  '.' mercury during the cold snap which  began at midnight last. Thursday, bnt  20 degrees below'is as accurate as the  Hei'.m.I)can get at it. Tts enough too.  Al the meeting of Lodge* Royalty,  ���������244, S. O. IC. B. S., it was decided thnt  the lodge should parade to St. Peter's  church nn Sunday evening next, Feb.  2nd, that being the anniversary of lh������  funeral of our late beloved sovereign.  Queen "Victoria.  TheScientitic American says there is  a large and increasing coimumptinn of  mica in the United States. Uiear  sheets 4 x 1 inches in size and upwards  must be provided for the mica to: be  worth a good.price. This is good news  for those holding mica properties in  the Big Uend and Canoe Itiver  sections.  The change in the management of  the city schools will probably entail  ���������more work on the city clerk, who will  in future hnve to pay all accounts,  including the . teachers' salaries, on  voucher* issued by the trustees, whicli  will mean opening a separate set of  bCfits,  Antoine road, who met with a serious  accident last, week, will be confined to  her room for some lime. Mrs; Molson  slipped on the icy pavement and  sustained severe injuries. Her many  friends inRevelstoke will hear of her  mishap wilh great regret.���������Montreal  Star.  W. Fleming has a special rig ordered  in the east, with which he intends to  pnt ou a stage lo Eight Mile, to run to  meet the steamer,7������������������."���������when she cannot  get through the canyon. He has ul-*o  two freight waggons with covered  tops   oidered   for    freighting   to  thf;  Fancy Dress Carnival.  There will be a fancy Dies Carnival  it the rink on Thursday evening, fiom  S to 10:30 o'clock. The band will be in  al tendance. - Prizes will he. given r.for  the hest lady's costume a. handso.Die  fancy table, presented by 'Jojhn'^.El  Wood, and for the best gentleman's  costume, a hat, presented by ,fteid'&  Voung. Those taking part are requested to leave a card at the door with 1  their name and description of costume.  -^ m  Rogers Pass.  (From our^own Correspondent.)  Rooeus Pass, Jan. 28.���������The engine  and trainmen, who were   sent  up   to  Field, returned on   Monday   morning  about one   a.   in.     The   trouble   was  snow   drifts   and    one    small    slid*.  1 Engineer    "Williamson    reports    the  ' thermometer at 40 below   zero.   " The  drifts were so bad  that   two   engine's  and one snow-plough could   not  move  but had to ba shovelled out.    Coal had  to be carrried in sacks to keep   steam  in the   engines.      Some   of   the   men  were oh duty 78 hours.  Fireman T. Nicholson is here  relieving Fireman S. .1. Deans who is  re-ported sick.  :���������������'  m it. fALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  m  Vou will find in our Tailor Shop.a  very elaborate variety of Fall and ''  ���������  Winter   Suitings and ��������� you'll   find  workmen who are competent to make up any of thes  Suitings exactly to your liking.    We do not employ '  cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods  that  could  possibly, depreciate o.ur excellent reputation.      We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when  price is the sole consideration, .but when style "and fit  and wear are duly considered, we can and do' compete  with all ready-made goods", and all other tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  J    IB.   OE/BSSMA3ST,-  The  Art Tailor," Mackenzie Ave.  Curling.  steamboat lantling at_KTgljl_.\lileT^Mrr  Fleming ia looking ahead and his  enterprise and foresight will come out  on top all right enough. "'""-..      ,      r   .    .,    _.   .  ,_.,.  competition lately but last night lamps  The     Vancouver    News Advertiser   were nutled and  a   couple   of  games  says :    -How delightfully Enid Martin   played oif. MeCarter 10 boat Pinkham  sing  "Angels-.GnardThee"   (Godnrd).   |i and H. A. Brown 18 beat Brock 8.  Her lower notes are beautiful: there  is  a'warm, rich resonance in   Ihciu'. uiosl  pleasing t" bear, and  above  nil   unali-  ties, I appreciate* the p.i.ii y nl'h.,r The ni.untenance of way employees  inlon-ilinn. hut her high piimi.asiiitos "f the Canadian Pacific Railway on  are beyond praise���������swuct and delicate, the western division in -Manitoba and  Her  coiupar-s   is   .111n-.11.1llyJ.u-ge, ami   tlu. Xorth west Territories, are actively  The failure of the electric lights has."  interfered with - the games in "the  Calgary   Malting   ������fc    Brewing    Co's.  Trackmen Organized.  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-  Covernor in.Council, the 17th Day   -  of January, 1902.  '    HEALTH ACT.  OX ACCOUNT of the outbreak of   small-pox  in tliu Town ol  1-ernie   it is Hereby iiru-  claimetir���������  1.���������That the town Is in a state of qaarantin e  until further.notice.  '_!.���������That no person shall be allowed to lenvo  the town uniler any circumstances wliatsoevar,  3.-���������That all meetiiiKS In MiurcheH. lodpres *ia il  schools and ot. er public gathering*. iti*u hurt fc.y  prohibited.  ���������I.���������That no person shall uviler any circumstances, hold - any, conversation whatsoever  with any person quarantined, and no person  under quarantine shall attemnr, to break suunu  or communleutPjH-ltli any out-nder.  FURNITURE GOODS must he sold  at cost in order to make room for  another large'car of Furniture, which  will be here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrai-ge to supnly you. .Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  bhe display:, good  -itv'o  -mil  able ...musical'  intelligence  opera   hou**e   on   Feb  11 ii.*ipicias   of  the   I.i.li  Andrew's church.  , and  con-iiiier*  At    the  I engaged perfecling their organization.  icix'h under Ihi. 1 -Strong local divisions lepresenting 08*.  Aid    uf    Hi.  nelii-iou*.. and  Surprisingly l'tensant nre  Mccormick's'  (Hocolates mi (mm  'i Ue flavor i   un surpass',:*!.  The ([iiality is the host.  The price the most popular���������  50 ([NTS A POUND  Dipped Almond!*���������OTic. and 7.1c. per lh,  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist anil Stationer  Itro-a-ii P.lock. Telephone ������������������������.  per cent,  of   the   foremen   and   men,  consisting   of   every   competent   und  necessary   trackman,   etc.,     on     the  -western division, have been organized)  i and   are   now   controlling   their own  alT.iiis locally, and working in perfect  harmony     for     the    common   cause.  When the   lime   arrives,   March   list,  11)02. for   the   representatives   of   Ihe  l men   to '.request   the   O. P. R. officials  [Uo do lheir part nnd   carry   out  their  agreement   with   the   .trackmen,   the  western divis-ion will lie very  much  in  ' 5.���������Anv hotel-keeper, lodging-house keeper  or house'holdersuspecting.knowingior luu ing  good reason to believe that any person residing  upon or Irequenting his; promises-' is;, ill!.<>  suffering from a rash of any description, shall  at once notify the -Medical.'Health Ofli.ier,  giving the-nameiind occupation of. and oilier  particulars necessary to properly identify sucli  p.erson. ",  6.���������Anv person having a Tiish on his body  shall notify the Medical Ileiilth Ollicer on the  tlmt appearance ol the same;*  ' 7*��������� Under authority of tin; "Health Act," lit  is herebv.declared that all and every persim  not haviiig)R certificate of recent succcsslal  v cei nation da'til within one year, and further  ��������� not .beingable to give proof of soir.e! to .the  satisfaction of the Mcdiccl llcaltli CHicer,  shall beat once vaccinated.    **  8.��������� \fler a pcriodof scvcif (7) days from this  daie'-iiny, person refusing to-present to nny  public ollicer who may demand it, prc.nf of  .vaccination, shall be liable' to the prescribed  'penalties under the "llcnltlr Act.'  I H AVE IT I.  Penalties 'tinder the "Health Act":���������  > nv personjwho violates nny oi'the provisions  of tbl.s Proclamation is liable to a line of .flOO  and to (C) six months' imprisonment.  -   riatfid at*Vletorla this ltith day    of January  A". I).. IDCtt.  CHAItM*:* J. FAOAS.  ecretary ol the Provincial Hoard of .Henlth.  Hy Command,  J. I). I'ltKNTI   K.  Acllng Provincial Secretary.  The largest Btock of the latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, RINGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables me to buy  goods at the right pricos, enabling me to  8eirto"We-public"iit"reaao'nable prices.'  " ~������������������  WATCH IlKPAIHINa"rA ' SPECIALTY.  W  Wi)  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Beal Estate  FINANCIAL-!  Insurance  ������w  T.l-T.'R. TOWNSITE.  MAKA TOWNSITK.  OERRARD TOWNSITE.  CAMBORNE TOWNSITK,  Canada Permanent i Western  Canada Mortgage Corporation. <  Equitable Vavlngs Loan and Building Association.  (���������Imperial Fire.      Caledonian Flre.   Atlas Flre.  I Canadian Fire.   Mercantile Fire.    Northern Flre.  -' Guardian Fire.  Manchester Flre,   Great West Lite.  I Ocean, Accident and Guarantee.   Confederation Life  = (.Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  COAL FOR SALE.  J   D. SIBBALD, Notary Publi-.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  Il6USES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEY ANCINQ.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  1898.    H.    No. 17.  wH.te.-n diviMon will I* very  nnu'h  in ^    Supreme Court of British|##<1)P)P  e\idenre. with a stronjf and competerU.,1,.1"  "lc ^>uPl ,i-js-y^^v^  joint  protective  committee  right   on Columbia:  d-'('k;it \Vinnipejj-, (ien.Supeiintendent   i-kt'.vkk.v  Leounid'.-!  heari.-.unrters,  represent inf.  every madtnnsler's division under the  Genfi-il Hupririntetideiit, with  inslritc-;  CIIA'ltLKS HOI.TKN, lit nl. I'liilnlfrfs,  Fl'.'ANK VA.VDALI. <V Mil.I.IK. IILACK.  Defendunts-  tionsto^Khut the   joint   a���������,���������ne,it j JAKK_ soT.cr. that imr.nanl to^Ordcrnj j g  arid   no  is carrieJ nut in   every  <li-t������il  point surrendprod.--Voice.  Mortgage Sale.  UNIiER AND BV VIRTUE ol the i-oweri contained In a rcrtaln worti<������KK v.-hloh will  l.n i.rodiift'd at the timeof sale, there will be  nff.'r<-<I bv I'UIlLIC AUCTION l.yJainei Taylor,  at ihe office of thc underiiifne.l at RevcNtolte.  i*. f. . on Saturday, the twenty-second dar of  F.'l.ruarv, A I)., 1902, at the hour of twoo'cloclt  in the afternoon, thc follnwlinc ).roperty, viz:  , portion of the North-Writ Quarter of Section  Ten |10������. Towimliip Twcnty-'l hree (23), Kaii(.c  Six (fi) West of the Sixth Meridian, containing  by admeasurement 138 and C1-1U0 acres more or  l������m Said property lie Ine situate near Cralg-  (-llaehlc. the I)l*ttrlcl of Yale. B. C. On thc  t.roi.erty are one frame building and barn.  For' terma and condition*- ol sale apply to  IIAIlVI'.Y. McCAKl ER .* PINKHAM,  of Revel-unit*, II. i',-���������  * Solicitors Ior Mortgagee.  Hated at Revelstoke, Jan. 'Mth, I9V1.  Mr.   .Iu������ilr*'������*   .Marlln   made   in   the nlif-Tc- i ^  :tl January 22iid,.lll0i. ther" viil' 1 USi.  action and (I������.tc.  h? c.fffre.1  (or ���������  rioun.i  i wihm'i..i'k ni lim ....*.-..,���������������**.. j  s-ntfiilar those nr*riain parrcli of land  ������lt������i*t.-f ,  Irt  thc     (ty of   Kcvtlsiokc.   B.C.   and   n>i>n? {  particularly dnncrihed  as Lots-Number 9 ua<l 5 (..������.  10, lllock 10, lllock A, Plan f.i������.  On, said property is erected a ��������� Rood Itro-  storey frame biilldin**; " .  The said property will be sold subject as to  ���������mid Lot 9 to the rlRhts of John A. Mara, his  heirs or assigns, and subject to the inenm-  branccs charged   against the  said   premises.  ?articular* of which  may be  obtained Irom  rederlck Fraser, Esq., Receiver appointed   by  sald Order, or from  HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM.  Plaintiffs* Solicitors.  Dated 29tli January, A.D..1902.        '  TO    LET  Cottage, lorner Fourth Street and Olton)  Avenue. For particulars apply to D. F,!l  A IiMiiThcMo^pBjJUBl:. u������a������Hi;  ���������@  LOSS FULLY COVERED  -        INSURANCE  -1-*��������� 'ii ��������� i ��������� i������i . i  Optional witb you, oi uout*u, winch you want to say, but we  ���������would strongly advise you to carry somo insurance.. . Your card  will bring you full.inforinationas tocoat.  LEWIS   BROS.  SEAL ESTATE |AND-J?I>'*^N"CIAL AGENTS.        NOTARIES PUBLIC  ���������91  ��������� 'M


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