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 ���������i V  T ^  ���������CiJ'"ik4M  i  ���������M  -'fi;  Ml'  f  Cs  /  .., n   _*,  Vol    V.   No    106  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY,   JANUARY   IS,  190H  $2 OO a  Year in  Advance  Oome and See  100 Pairs  Boots and Shoes  Men's, Ladies'and Children's,  now selling at-actual COST.  ���������   NO OLD STOCK. *   -  .These goods were all purchased  last season.  mnwnrMM���������imMmTnmmnin���������nm���������iinr  SHIRTS  SHIRTS  :Save 40 per cent and buy, your  Shirts now.  - ^  -We are offering a splendid line  ,o,������>W..���������G.���������&'i; R.���������: and. ..White;  . Shirts���������at. the above'big  discount.'" All.'goods are of-the  Latest' Style and Pattern.  MUNICIPAL  HATS  Our bargains in' Hats are  in  keeping with above discounts.  The stock includes:  FEBOMS  iCTIFFlHATC  -������jEirr~Iirii-������3-  Result of the Poll for Mayor,  Aldermen and School Trustees  ���������A Quiet and Good Humored  Election All Through.  Never pel haps in the hisloty of this  city has greater interest been tukon in  a municipal election lh.in was the case  on Thursday, mainly owing to the fact  of thu changed conditions under which  Ihe hii'il'il of-se lieicil (rild!ec*& has been  elected 1.11 the same day and with .1  large increase of responsibility. SI ill  the intoiest, though keen, did not get  bi'yond the hounds of common sense  and good feeling. Our civic- elections  in Revelstoke have ��������� always been  conducted on a good hummed basi>,  mainly owing to lhe policy steadily  pursued by the local pi ess of abstaining  from taking sides one \v,iy or the other,  believing by dolus so they aie furthering the real iiilTTi'sls of the c ity. The  example ol sevet.ii of our neighbor  municipalities shows how exceedingly  .easy it would be for thc papers here to  stir ti|> any ainoniit'of b.iel blood over  matters of epiito trivial importance  compared with the preset v.i lion of  good feeling in llu/'cuiiunuiiity, to say  nothing of the detriment, done lo a  place hyit being blazoned aluoad in the  local press) that the eneigies of it***  population aie entirely occupied in  squabbling over uialteis, which  however large I Hoy may loom up al  home, invariably appear ,lo onlsidi'is  nffriii'li little moment us to make them  wonder what rational beings can  possibly see in them to cpiarrel about.  Tiie result of the polls w.is as follows:  jr.VVOItAI.TY.  O'Brien   ..". .���������*. ." -172  Brown -  101  Spoil I��������� ,j.  ,    ������'ARI)  1.  McLeod    -.......'     01  .Manning   '. - > GO  Robinson     31  w.vuo 11.  Taylor .- ������������������  Hume   Tupping 'Tt-1.   Spoilt 2. ..       "_  ' '  '_ SCHOOL TRUSTEES.  Floyd: "108  Bennett .'...:.' 111  Dickey ..'.::.........*-...._........._.'..    1S2  Lindmark '.'..: V-      07  Lawson  " SO  Graham      SI  Spoilt���������'3.  It was nearly six o'clock before the  final result- v\ns announced by the  returning ofllcer. The doors of the-  opera house, wliich ni.ule a spartan.,  and very suitable pulling [date, wen*  thrown open and the crowd entered.  After Um announcement llieie wns 11  demand for ,i speech ft am the* mayor  elect, Mr, .O'lji-ien, who 1 hanked the  electors very heartily for lhc liini'ir,  which they had done him und promised  to do his best to justify it.  _E\--:ii.iyoi* Brown, being called on,  thanked lhe electors for the: pleasui e  which the tl.iy's proceeding'! had given  him. He hud come out in lesponse lo  an urgent reci'.ii'.st, to which he full, ho  had to accede* but having done that, he  had done his duly and" no one wits  ���������hotfor-ple.ised-.'it-tlie lesiilt-iif-thu-diiyV  election than himself.   . '   .  Aid. Taylor and Hume and Schn.il  Trustees Floyd and Bennett :iI*-.o made  short speje-hes before* the ciotvcl dispersed.  T. 0; .Manitoba, 10; Ontaiio, SO;  Quebec. 03; .\ei\' Brunswick. 13; Nova  Scotia. LS; Prince K.lw.ird Uland. -1;  Yukon 1.    Total 210.  This shows that Biitish. Columbia  will gain oue member, the NmlhwcM  Territories two, Manitoba, three, while  one goes to the Yukon.  Theie is fome question about tin-  inlprpri'tation of the Brilish Moith  America Act regarding; lhe lo**;es of  parliamentary repiesenlatlon bj  piovinces. The losses are, apparently  six members "in 1 Ontario, one in  New Bt'unswich.two in Nova Scotia,1  in Prince Eel ward Island. The 1 epruseii-  t.ition in Ihe piesent parliament is21f!  (11 other words, whilo seven will be-  ���������idduri nfter the I'edisiribnlion, len will  have to be deducted, making a ni'l  total of thiee less than at piesent.  TO  S3'  ���������I-l  B. of L F.  Frank W. Arnold, grand secretary.  Iieasiirer of the Brotherhood nt  Locomotive Fiicnicn, bus just now  completed his repent I'or the last year,  which makes some .remarkable showings in reference 10 the 01 der, According lo the figtues the liremen arc*  lhu strongest, in pioportion to the  nutu'ier., of men employed in the  United .States and "Canaan, of any of  lhe in.!,'toad oignniz.itit.ns." The  liu'men'iiiebiy-have a col .il membership  ol 4n.7a). There is a, doubling of the  membership since 1901, when the order,  moved lo Peoi ia. at which time, it had  fi'iver than 21.000 iiK-inliers. Tlie gain  fur lhu List year .was. 3.110." The  insurance in force is $55,G2S.500. _  Machinists' Installation.  On S.itnrd.iy night (he machinists  culubi.ited lhe installation ot the'  oiiiceis lor llie-nev.-year by-giving a  Smoking Conceit, to which lheir  leilow employes of the C. P. R. and  friends weie ii.vi.'ed. The lodge room  was opened at R:15- when Pi evident  Donaldson welcomed the* visitors'on  behalf 0CN0. 2331. A. cif'.M.', and called  Chnii man G. Uownicvof the committee  lo the chair. The programme opened  by a toast to the King followed by  out>vto.'lhe"Pi'i*sident of I he _��������� Umti-d  States, after "which songs,, music and  fun-flovved freely to s-iy nothing of the  hecr"(frcm lhe local breweries*), coffee^  s.mdwiclH'r. and tobacco. Poli-eineii  'iVag'ii', _S,*ixtnn.. Dunne .ai'iLJJrgeiji.  preserved 01 di-r .-uuPpromptly .irivitcd,  anyone cltM urliing lhe puiweor v, hmn  tbi>j- thought might disturb "if". These  were hauled before the ������������������bj.i!." who  dispensed just ice liheialiy and' the  lines collected from the culprits abiuil  paid the oxpens-es ol the evening. Al  voted"*lhe evening a grand snecee*!.  ���������mil hopes are expressed for another lo  follow.-. *  rs*^ i  )UN  .8$m  ir* at  Personal    Paragraphs   Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Kcrald   Man   on  Daily Rounds.  His  C. II. Snyder, exli.i gang foreman on  Ihe .Mountain division has le.lt. for  Arkniis.i-5.  0..' lOjTeickaberry, Nelson agent ti!  lhe Nelson Si Fort Sheppard Rod, has  ro'lurnrd from a mnnllfs holiday spc-nl  iu C'.tliforiiia.  Cond.- SI evens of JC.imluop". who  has bi.on rimuing woik It,tins and  snow ploughs cast of here for I he: past  six mouths or so i.s again running  between Revel-duke und Kamloops.  The e.uly arrival of llieir ihcrpies  on Thursday was a pleasant, siu prise to  llie shop hands, trainmen, lelegiiiph  cipeiatois und clerical stall'. The good  eliecls of the appoinliiictit of a paymaster at Vancouver soon made  themselves felt nml lhe boys are  blessing Fred. Bal er  Cone]jictor James M. Doyle, of (he  Spokane Falls Si Northern, h.is left  with his family for. California,- -where  he will remain for..,two, .months, the  family spending tho balance of-the  winter^in the south. * During his  absence Conductor Mars", of the Great  Northern, is taking the Rossland  Northport run.  The Toronto Mail and Umpire .says:  Mrs. Spi-ugge was the, hostess' of a  pleasant luncheon party at the Hunt  Club yesterday, given for Mr. Marpole.  general superintendent of the C. P. R.  at Vancouver, who is on his way to  England to enjoy a well 'earned holi  day." With him on his private car are  Commodore Johnson, ?.Ir. Bullen, and  Mr. Hutchins. The party, after visiting  Montreal, will sail from New York on  the 11th  inst. _        '���������';        -    -   -.'  John B... ciaiicerformerly a C. P. 11.  engiiieeiydied on.M6nd.1y,morning at  the residence of liis son-in-law, Jiiines  Bellanfy, C. P..It. engineer, al/'Calgary.  ;MiviOi-**-..'iH**-,i,!'iis Etf'vei'5. old man, being  76 years of age"at the titneot his death.  Fourda'ugUleri'of the'decc-rassd "reside  in Calgary and two, sons -.are. in the  employ of the C. P. R. ilie camo to  Calgary a few/months - ago from  Winnipeg. Mr. Clarke has* been ih  poor health for some time.  "Many of the Canadian Pacific  Railway officials have received passes  I'roni I lie International Sleeping Car  and European Fxpress Train Company  which will lie good over nearly the  whole of Kuropo. including the trans  Siberian Railway. This does not nie.-m  that Ihere will be free travel on lue  lines upon which thecoinp.my operates  cars, but only that upon such lin?s  lhcru will bo free travel on the car.s of  lh>.! International Car Company, It is  like n I ret: pass on a pullnian car.  The syslimi of lhe autom-itic safely  signals in lhe engine cab by colored  Hi: his ree enlly .shown on the Chicago  Illinois Railway, was tested last week  ancl proved a success. The system is  being watched wilh considerable  interest by all railioad men, for if it is  a thorough success, it will, lhey say,  1 evnlul ionize the met buds of signaling  and put the* picsc-nl block system out  of bii-iness.  W'oi d waa brought lo Nelson Mon-  day night of (he death, under very  lislressmg ciicmiislauces of Joseph  Collins baggage master ut Cranbrook  station. Shortly after daybreak that  inninhig his dead hody was found  aboul. 100 yards from.lhe station on  the ma'n switch, severed a-rosi the  middle, a train having p issue! over  him. llnw Iho accident occurred no  one knows. Mr. .Collins was well  known.at Medicine Hat where he |had  charge of an extra gang on (he C.P.R.  during the summer. Ile was unmarried, about 32 years of age, and came  from Foit Elgin,.Ont.  Commencing nest week, the new  bridgo across the Columbia river at  Castlegar, recently turned over to the  Canadian Pacific railroad hy tho Dominion Bridge company, of Montreal,  will be incorporated as a* practical  section of the Kootenay Boundary  division. For the first woek the bridge  will he utilized for freight ti attic only,  but during the next following week  thc passenger trains will be run., over  the bridge, while thc filling at the east  approach and the cut at the western  end will be carried along by the  conslinotion trains. The alteration  will uil'ect the present system of  operation. In future the Bonndary  ti'ivins will run through from Nelson  and. the Rossland trains will run  tnrough to Nelson. 'The train crews  are not afi'ected, but the ferry crew  and the switch gang at'West -Kobson  will probably not be required at that  point in future.  - The Blue Jay.  13. A. Bradley .returned fiom Smith  Creek on \Vedne*diiy. 'They aie drifting in solid rock frum the bottom of  the sh ift on the Blue Jay und expect  lo break into the channel at anv  tiim_*.  ������1  Wc have a Beautiful Line in  Goods at away down figures.  '.    ' * -        " ^  I-  ^ZtS fiS ***3   1? rCH^rS    B]   5*9   ,iSS\   1&V%j\  LATEST NEW  g^ft ^������      *?T5S-* fF������ 5    ��������������� rf-fe g>������  BY BUYING AT  1   IHE PRESENT III  YOU. WILL' SAVE  BIG  - MONEY, .AS  THE STOCK MUST-   '.  BE - CLEARED ^BE- ,  FORE STOCK-TAKING,  Terrible     Earthquake     Shocks  Felt Throughout Mexico.���������A  Polish    Boycott    of   German  Goods.���������A Boer Murder Trial.  Spokane, J.in.    ]&'.--Au   unknown  man was severely injured during initiation into the Order 01' Washington at  Spokane Tlmisd.ly night.    He is being  treated at the lodge room under guard.  tlA.-.HT/rox, BnRjirriA, Jan. IS.���������The  British transput I Mni.trose has arrived  heie   with   number   batch    of    Boc-r  pristine] p.  J.UMK1N, .Ian. IS.��������� The trial of Dr.  Kruus began yesterday at the Old  Baiiey on a charge of instigating lhe  murder of John D. Foster, a lawyer on  llio slaIT ol General Roberts, while in  South Africa. :  PnicTOHi.v. Jan. IS.���������The concentration camp figures for December show  117.017 inmates and 2,380 deaths, of  which 1,707 were children. Kitchener  says that he proposed to Botha that he  would leave the families ofthe fighting  Boers in peaceful possession of their  rorins", if Botha would leave the Boers  alone who surrendered to the British  and refuses lo fight. Botha '.declined  and therefore Kitchener is compelled  to remove the families from the farms.  Berlin. Jan. IS.���������Polish firms are  boycotting all German goods and  agricultural machinery. Thu dealers  are purchasing exclusively from  America.  MhxicoCitv,"   Jan.   IS.���������An   earthquake shock was reported .throughout  Mexico Thursday     It is.reported  that  at Chilpancingo 090 lives were lost.  LATER.   .  Details of the earthquake at Chilpancingo, the capital of the Slate of  Oueirerre,. Mexico, are meagre,- but  scattering reports indicate-probably 30;  "peisons.-killed and as many more  injured. Tl is known that lhe State  Capitol, parish church and many  houses are in ruins and there is much  sulTering. Shocks are also felt in  many olher cilies and towns. At  Iguadlda, Slate of Guem-re. the parish  church ami many buildings in the city  tuid neighborhood were destroyed,  including a recently erected sugar mill  costing 5200.000. The property loss is  immense throughout the state. .  _ Constantinople, Jan. IS.���������The  Sultan oT Turkey has granted .11  German company the right to build ������.  railway from CoKolunlinople lo the  Persian Gulf.  Never before have we,made such onslaught on prices.      New,   Fashionable,   Seasonable  .and reliable merchandize will be solcl in many cases at  This means a big loss to the Coinpanv.  ~ '"-TnirsToc ictb u sttb  :i mere fraction  of their  former value.   . ��������� ..������������������-. .���������E" SOLD���������Sweeping-  reductions   will" take   place   throughout  every Department, so greztt that they will'-vyashfouUbuycrs mistakes   and   clear out thousands  of remnants and forgotten things.    Thc power of clearing lies in the prices.     [g^Rcad them-  No. 2 Fire Brigade.  No. 2 lire brigade, held lheir annual  meeting m the lire hall lasl Tui'sday  evening and elected the following  ollieers ror 1!M)2: Ohier, J. 10. .McLean :  Capt. Hook and L-ulder Company, I!.  S. Wilson; Cnpt. Hose Company. W.  A. Foote; Sec. Irons., C.R. MncDomiM  The receipts for 11)01 were *.  Attendance at llros I? 121."it)  Trucking.:  .practice  .     152."������  13 00  $li,2.03  Dominion Census Returns.  The Census  Depu tinent  has given  the ofiicinl figures of the ceiisu-. of li������0l'  for the whole Doni'iiion:  The total population is 5.309.G03,  By provinces it is as follows:  Prince E Ivvard Island .......      103,2T,i)  Nova Scotia       -150,571  New Brunswick      VL.ll.)2i)  Quebec    1.61SP0S  Ontario    2 lri'J.OIl.  Manitoba.       2." 1,0(7  British Columbia       177272  Northwest, Tenitorie*.       ISS'Oll  Yukon        27.107  Unorganized districts   25.51G  Ladies' Jackets���������S3.������������.  Black Beaver, regular $4.75 and $3.50.  Fawns, grey and  black,  all   this- SeasonJs  goods, regular prices from $10^75 .to  $12.  Sale Price ;.."......".. .$$3  Children's Jackets ancl ulsters Half Price..  1- - .���������  Ladles' Furs. *.''���������'''"'  All new, stylish   goods/' will   be  sojd   regardless of cost. * -.  *   .  Ladies' Btouses. ������������������  Regular lines at $1.25 and $1'.50, .will clear  at 75c. "  Black Sateen and figured  Lustre   Blouses,  Lined.      Regular at S2.50 and 3.50.  Sale   Price.  !.75  Chiicit'csit's Presses.  In Cashmere, Flanncllete and Serges���������all  'sixes���������reduced to half-price.  Lace Guri&ins  A few pair of odd lines of regular, goods at  $2 and $2.50/    Sale Price per pair. . 75������  SVle&i's and Boy's Shirts.  - $1.50 Men's Navy Blue 1 "Ianncl 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 ockLlincs in men's undershirts, to clear $1.00  '   $1 men's heavy,winter caps; sale price.40c  FSa������ne3ettesj  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 so!euwell made; regular $1.75; sale  Pricc * ' $1.25  Ladies' Golf Capes.  Ladies' Golf   Capes,   extra   long,   rcgu^ir"  $13.50; sale price   g-jQ  36 in. Unbleached Cotton, good heavy  weight; regular 10c.; sale price . . . .8>^c.  36 inch -Bleached cotton;    regular 10c  Cost of Passenger Cars.  "Ninety-five pur cent of tho travelling people do not own in their own  right nr occupy through rental a  dwelling house which, including all  its contents, costs as much as one of  IInvovdinaivy liiocl-u-n' passenger care  run on any fii'at class railroad."        *  Thu foregoing statement, which is  calculated to arouse the incredulity  of the* average, individual, was made  recently by'Charles .1. Charlton, assistant general passenger and ticket  agent of Ihe Chicago ��������� & Alton "railroad.  ".last, let me give you a few facts  to prove that assertion," continued  Jlr. Charlton. "The cost of the average* passenger car to day is from SO.OOO  to $7,000. A reclining chair car costa  from $10,000 to $12,000. - These figures  represent the bare coast of the car.  When ynu add to that from year to  year the expenses of maintenance,  instead of figuring as the ordinary  busine.'-.s mortal will figure, a return in  interest for the capital invested you  simply aggravate thc situation.  '���������I once heard a prominent master  car builder say that it would cost $500  tn simply look over a car after it had  si-rved live or six months on the road  ancl had been sent to the car shops to  be examined ancl put into presentable  shape for anothor six month's run.  He meant that the ordinary 'dressing-  down' and cleaning of a "car would  cost over $500. and if you extend your  investigation to general shop repairs���������  perhaps adding it little upholstering  hero and there���������you could easilv get  away with another $500."���������Kansas  City Journal.  Total Ty.m,mi  The unit of tcprcsent.-ilion is. lhc'i>-  fori' 25,307. This is ascertained by  dividing 05, the pci-iiiiment niiitibei* ciT  representatives in Quebec, into the:  population of that province.  The   representation   by    population  will therefore stand as follows:  British Columbia 7 members;   >*. SV.  1 Mai  1 Orders  Promptly   I  Solicited;, k  tf*ttt-*&*������*if������rf4r**+****&f4 '?i***^***&****'*****z*^^  Revelstoke Liberal Association.  At a mvelingof the Liberal Association lasl ivei*k XX. M. Lawience, R.  llowson and A. Me-Rae were appointed  delegates to the convention to be held  ut. ihe* Ooa*-t. with J.A.Smith. Wm.  Ni'ild and J. L. JoIuikoii. alternates.  ll mis decide.) to communicate with  Mr. 0-illilii-i'. M.P., witb a view to  obtaining n gr.ua-u. next session of  p-iiliaim-nl of ?10t*.000 for improving  (he navigation of the upper Columbia  ri ver belivpen Rovclctoke and Bie  B.'i.d; and i.f $25,000 for a postoffice  nne]I. ii-tom house in a central position  of 11 "velsteilie.  A committee was appointed to  eopsidi-r and report on the proposal to  send a rcpreseiitntive deputation in  Ottawa In support the grant asked  for.���������Kootenay Mail.  ���������'\   ���������"'  -S*s*i  " &������.  ,_ _r.j������.*e  ��������� *y77. x^^V^^il^l^ii^X  W'-F^^^^y^WW^rP^^  to  -'AS*?*-4  ���������*^,';w.>  fi,-"  rtJ' .  r-f-i".--.  -e'J-  J  K  ^<b!<il;v tlcmlil mti( IJnifuJas  Tali's 3(<uu'ii;il,  - IV -i v  have no vote fur school Irustcc.-i  i-animt be calli'd upon by tin  collector to  i-oiiliibiile  lheir  I'liltliilieel Ity  The Revelsloke* Herald Publishing Co.  Limited  Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Mr.n-ii.liiB Iilrectiir.  A Sp mi-Wcokh* .Icuirnnl iiiil.li**lie*l iii liu*  liueri'sn ot tin: nillna.- men. liuiiuiK xxxirxx an.l  bir-liif-. iiii-ii of llu* "���������Veil. Uiiy. of I'lililii'iiiHin  TV'filnesiliiynii.l S-uunlny.  .\i.\*i:i'.ii-.iN������ 1!ati:<.  lliiplnv ml-., SI..M per ineli; sliifflr eolumn.  J! per fm-li v.iien Wrte.1 on I It lc Pi-lic  Li-Bulti.li.. liii*i*ius |.cr ineli (liiiiiiiiuic-ll iii|  for Ilrst liiiuitiiiii; .'.cents for c-m-li inlilliiniii I  n'clrlion local noli���������, 10 c.;.ilj* l-or '���������������? ���������<������  1-,-suc. llirlli, Murrlnse unil l,*'llh ���������N������Uci-  i rce.  sri'.*.ci'.ii'Tios i*.ati:s.  Uv manor i-nrrie.-, ii per annum; ���������fl.'*!** fori  pU'iiioiillif, strictly in ailviuice.  or ii job ur.i'AiiTMr.MT. |  Isoneof the bi-.-t eqnliipoil .irliitinpolllees in  tlie West mul prepared to t-xocute all kiwi*, ot  jirlntliiB fn tlralelns*. Myle al lioncM l'"*1-"-*  Ol e price to all. No Jnl> tno largo-noiie oo  "mall-for us. Mail or.lcr.-5 promptly aueiule.l  to.   (live; in n trial on your next orelcr.  Hill  lax  share In  the expenses of the si Inn.I ii.enrntl  over uud above* Ihe per inpila gi-.ml.  The scliool gets tin* grant for I'lU'h oi  lheir children attending it nnd ihut i.<-  all. This is an .-inoni.-ily vvh'ch should  be removed frcm the Kiiiiiu! Acl. nt li.e  next M'Msion of I hi* li*gi*-I it iu t; 11 is r  poinl. which, along with the othei.*-  meiitiinied, -hnuld be |ii'c*.-*-c*il upon tin  iill'ililion of the local Ihuim; by lhe  ini'iiminu City Council.  -.-Y7~^'^������TO0^^J������i^Mi.vv*r-'^-^*.**r'*ira'*'-'-^^  Mil.  DUNSMUIR'S  INNOVATION  ���������io coi:iiK-i,osi>E'*'r*i*  We invite correspondency ������������ any *'������������������>{������;;'  of liitpre*.l lo the cciiitiiI piililiu. in all cu-es  Ueionill. i ii. ine nf tin.* writer must a.'e'Oin-  "inv .iiaiiin-crlpi, 1'iit noi neei-b.siinly for  ���������..iljllcuiloii.  Ail.lre"*-. aU communication1*, to the Manager  4  Ground Floor'Chance to Build a Fortune-  NOTICK 10 (JOllI'.KSl'ONIlK.N'ls*.  1_\|1 correspondence miisl lie li'������il>)y  written on one -'uie of tliu paper only.  ������������������-t:orre-.|ionilence eonialiiiiiB personal  mailer mii-i Lu nlBiioiI witli Um proper name  of Uie writer.  u r.. nitoci.vs, Diitor.  SATUitD.vv,   .January IS,  1902.  SHOULD BE AMENDED  The recent municipal elections  have  forced     upon   Lhe    attention   of   the  electors several points  cm  which  the  elections of city councils and   scliool  boards would bear amendment.  There  is to begin with a growing feeling that  the ward system is  m>t  calculated to  produce the best results or  bring out  lhe   bc.-t   men.    In   other    _provinces  where the ward system   is adopted  or  not,   ut   the   option   of   the  electors,  municipality    aft"'    municipality   is  abolishing   it.     Uie     latest    striking  instance being the important city of  Hamilton   in Ontario.   The   IIhk.m.d  believes lhat the statutes should  be so  amended' as   to    give    the    Biitish  Columbian   municipalities   this   same  freedomrof retaining or doing away  with the waids as  the local  majority  think   fit.     At  present   there   is   no  option at   all   about   the   matter and  municipalities have  to   divide   Iheni-  selves up into wards,   where  llie  local  conditions   of    size     and   population  render Mich   a  proceeding   most   unreasonable.    It is a matter, which docs  not   affect    the    administration     of  provincial affairs  in  any way   and is  one   in   which   the   electors  of   each  municipality should have the sole bay.  Then there is the property qualili  ration for mayor and aldermen.     The  IIeiiai.n does uot,  go so far as some  people do iu this matter, who wish to  see   all   property  qualifications   abolished.   There is no doubt considerable  force in   the   contention   that  intelligence is quite' as  likely   to   be   found  without pioperty qualification as with  it.   At the same time the possession of  a "stake" in  the  municipality  has Ja  very steadying  ell'ecl   on   those  who  ��������� are responsible for its  taxation.   The  directors of a joint-stock company are  obliged to hold   a   '.-eitain number of  -^shares-ib^quiilify-for-the-officc���������And  the Ilur.Ai.n is of the opinion that  the  stockholders in any company, in which  the directois had no personal inteaest,  would not be unreasonable if they felt  ii certain amount of  uneasiness.    And  although abolition of propetty qualification is a mighty popular cry  on  an  "'  election plat form, we think lhat  even  If   the   property     qualification     was  abolished,     the.   disposition    of    the  electoiu   would be to return only those  possessiiel   ot  sufticient solid   interests  in the cily, iu Lhe shape of dollars and  cents, or tlu'ir equivalent, to  make  il  certain   that   they   would    tic    very  conservative in piling on the lascs.  At the same time certain  changes in  Ihe line ufa. greater  flexibility  in   the  qualification     are.     in     our     opinion  desirable.   The ownei ship of property  aises^ed to an elector on the municipal  assessment roll should qualify without  registration.      And    the.    -registered  encimilirance"    bu*,int*s*-     should     be  removed,    lt does not lessen  a   man's  .Make in thc city, but rather increase*  it.    if   he   has    moil gaged    his    real  estate in older to put money  into his  btiiiness.   The whole mat! er should lie  a  question   of   the    assessment   roll.  Then again  there  is  the case of the  electois, who arc not properly owners  at all, hut   having   put   their   capital  into a business ate ciirrving it  on and  residing in  tented  buildings.    Such a  man lias a stake in  the   town,   quit?  sufficient to wai rant his being allowed  to have a say in the government.  Thsre is another matter which calls  for immediate readjustment.    That is  the poiitioii   of   residents  within  the  ' school district, but without the bounds  pt  the   municipality.     These   people  The, open letter   recently   mlilr. *-:<i-1  hy the premier lo   ih.*   people   of   ihe  province, while .-in inn.ivai ion.    which  might appear almost Mart ling at  liist.  certainly marks a sLep in the direct ii n  of common   sense   anil   open   ticalii g  between the   iicliiiinisir.iliuii 'and   llu-  electorate.    It i> a tradition preservi el  in the old country in all its glory   and  inherited hy (he colonies  without any  notion of its real absurdity,   that   the  policy   of   (he   government    for    the  coining  session   should   be   buggered  muggered up in absolute  sec-ivcy until  it is Hashed upon  the   lieges   in   "the  speech   from   the   throne."      It   is   ii  cabinet secret only to be revealed until  the proper   time-,   which   custom   hns  fixed   upon   as   the   opening    of    the  legislature.      Then   under   a    farcical  pretence of its being his  own   production,     the     lieutenant-governor      or  governor-general, as the case may   be.  rends oil' a speech   carefully   prepared  for him by man. whose ideas   he   may  very pos-iibly   personally   abhor   .*:nd  against whose; policy, he  would   very  likely be* the iir.-������t to   protest,   but,   for  his ollieinl position.  It   -strikes   the   II uii.vicii   tlii-. t   -Mr.  Ihinsiniiir'.s   new   method,   which     is  plain and   -straight   foi ward   without  uny traditional liills mid which   more.-]  over admits of much  greater latitude  of explanation and detail than the dry  paragraph*-)  nf   the   ordinary    speesh  from the throne, might very   well   be  taken    as    a   precedent    for    future  premiers in tliis province or   I'or   thai  iniitlerratiywhere iu   the   Empire,   to  adopt..   It is very much along the lines  ot   the   custom,    wliich    allows    the  President of the United Slates personally to give a lengthy exposition ofthe  policy  of   his   .-iilininistratiiin   in   his  speech at   tho   opening   of   emigre.*..1*!.  This speech,   being   really   the   President's own and not like   our   spuccltcn  from the throne, really expressing  the  sentiments of other people,   i.s  always  looked upon as a weighty and   important     document.       Mr.       DiuiMiiiiir's  innovation is an improvement upon   it  The foundation should be laid by buying Ileal Estate in the new Town of  Situate r'Mit at the -Doors of all the Famous Fish Creeic Gold Mines.  * ���������      FIFTEEN mimitHP  * " walk from Main JSt.  GOLDFIELDS, will take yon io the mouth ofthe big  u,o00 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne Group, or  ou lo the Goldbug Group.  YOUR' OPPORTUNITY is now io buy at, the  boltom figures and you will get the advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  Some More Facts %S?ZSf%  take you to the Big Gjldsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties that will adveitise the Fish Creek  Camp, in IJ, 0.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to  the  Famous Eva, Imperial and Oyster Groups.  INVESTIGATE  A^D  YOU  WELL  BE  PREPARED TO  TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AHD READY FOR THE MAHSCET !N A FEW DAYS.  LOCAL AGENT,  BEVELSTOKE, B. O.  ?-W*J*s**n**ii������zxM-x-^rr*iPZjr*j.',c^i������:xzaz*  I  bridge is   a   nccostity   before   il   c-an  become available for settlement.  The.   estimated    cost  of   a   wooden  bridge is twenty-live or thirty thousand  dollars.   The "site would  probably he  above   the    O.l'.H. ,  railway   bridge,  ihoiiRhits   exact  whereabouts  would  he ol'course a matter for the provincial   civil   enfe'meers   to . decide.   Our  member,   Mr.   Taylor,   has   been   approached     on    the   subject  and   has  expressed     himself ' very    favorably  towards it.      If   the   petition   is  well  hacked  up  by   the   t'.ily Council  and  Uoaid of Trade, the request  contained  in it, which has already received  the  hearty and unanimous endorsalir.ii  of  the electors of Kevelstoke. cannot'fail  to r. ceivc the earnest consideration   til"  the government*   and ' there   is   every  hope   that  an   appropriation   will  be  made for the   bridge   at   the   coming  session of the local house.  fl&* union *e^or  CSgat"   Factory  UEVKLSTOKE,    H.C.  I-I. A. BROWN,   Pitop  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL   aiid THE' UNION  w  #  I  H  H  11  H  I-'I1HR   HUS IIRI-lTfci  AM. Tlt.WNS.  I'MltST  CLASS   ACCOMMOIJATIIIN'.  HHATED  BY   HOT Allt.  llli.lS(I.V.llll.H IIATKO.  Brown & Guerin, Props.  "rcr.EOTitr'c bells and light tn every room.  in this way that it anticipates the  opening of parliament by some weeks  and so gives thc electors time io  consider carefully the policy enunciated  by it* and also because its method of  publication is adapted to piactical  modern ideas and appeals frankly and  freely lo lhe people in the manner best  calculated to reach them,   the   simple  Notice.  A special meeting of the Board of  License Commissioners will be held in  the Provincial nolice oflice.Kevelstoke,  on Tuesdav, the 21st of .laniriry, to  decide on the application ol .). 1).  (".iliis, of D.iWion City.  ;R. A. IJi'Pi-.n,  Chief Inspector.  ll I ACES and BRAIDS ^  SB ���������*  ���������S3  NOTICE.  PAKE   XOTICK   Hint  GO- ilnys  lifter ilntc  1  T iiueiiil to api.lv to tliu clilef Cotumihsioner  of I.imil*, unit Worlc.*- for i������*nnnslon to e-iit an.l  currv nwny timber from tlio follownib' uus-  orilwel laneis: _  Commoncinis   at   a.  povt   markeil  ?oRcr F.  p.**rrv'ssoiH!icusii*oriier pobis*Iunite* aboutHOU  ��������� feel from Scott C.-oek, tliciicc ire*' 40 olianis;  imbrication of a letter in the provincial   -.hencenortli 1������0 ehnins; ilieiiecen.it -10 chums;  1 ' I Uience soutli ITOcliniti*., to the plnce of com  press* I mencement; eontuiiiliig yORCrc-1,.^   pRRRy_  There is a great deal of time,   wasted!    GoMficlrts. E. c. Oct iTih.l'Jbl.     Nov. B-ti.  the   useless   '���������"���������������������������" ]          -������������������^**  iddi-ess.  sss**  SSs  m  m  -iyi)  A large" reuiKO of I'oint f.ace.  ])iu*lie-s ami lliiltonlini'B  lirniils, Stumped Ilc-iiKM**,  Hlainpcil Liniiiis, Embroidery  'Needles, Hooks, .tc.     .  r.erlin ami Zephyr Wools, all  shinies, Slipper Soles, Vnli'ii-  se'ieneesl.nec, Insertion.  Call at 111" '   >  MADISON  PARLORS.  m  m  1  fcki  llOUUI.Y  PTHliHT CAU  MISK'I'S  AM. TI5AISS.  HAU Wfll.1, SUriU.lKIl UY TII12 CHOICEST  WINES,   I.IQUOllS AND CIOAKS    .".'...'.  0*$  Misses Shcppard & Bell  gg  ^P0i McKenzie Avenue      oe'2.1      fjJj-  every   session   in  known as the debute on   the  The onlv   perceptible   object   of   thi.s  ,   ,     ,     ." , .    -       .*���������    TAKK NOTICE  del iate.-i>-npi>arencl v-trs���������a.=cc".-������������:s ���������-tia-j-l���������.^^    -  relative .strength of   the*   government  and   opposition.    The   vole   taken   at  the close of the   debate  is   a   straight  party     vote,    whicli     llu-    combined  eloquence of Demosthenes. Cie-c-io and  Mr. Glads-tone rolled into ones roiild not  innrea������e   or  dini'mi.-h    by-    a    single.  solitary unil.    The object of lhe whole  proce dure    could    be*    ecjnallv    well  attained   by   a   inotion   of    want   of  confidence to be   put   without cli'b.-cli*  1TOTIGE.  hnl slxtv iliivs alter date I  -cnn-t<>^ni,lv-i.-.-llie:'01-.icf(-otnmi.*iSioner.  ... Land- and Vi-irks for ricrmlsslon to pnr-  cha**o a pareeil ol lain! described as iollov.s:  C'ointncnrlni; at a post marked Alice Terry's  No 1 I'ost; thence west 20 chains; thenoe  Norlh 4.1 chains; thence East 20clialns; tlicnce  South 10 chains to point of commencement.  'I'h!*- [motion ol land commences North ol 11.-  K I'crn's pre-emption iollowini; MeKcnzle'.-  Norlh-Wi������"i Line, contuinltii. ftliont 80 acres,  morco.-R-Ss. AUCE PKHRY.  -  floldficlels. Nov. 27. IWl. Dee! 1-1 m  FOTICB  T..  The very licslon .the'inarkol.toil  including:  Potatoes,       Gabfeags,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Wholesale  ind Retail Dealers  Ha  re<������.������(J5'l_f_S.r  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.,    Ml) iTON.    -SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.     t  Alsofirsa quality oi well nureil  Send orders for same to  -     S. D. CROWLE,  Itevclstoke, K. C.  UNITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  XV2 In.vo purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines ancl pros-,  pjut-i. an ld.i.dro to hear from prospectors and others having property'  for s ile.  Our f-uiilitie*. for in iking quick sales are unrivalled.  H.*:i:l in ivp.irts; also samples of ore for exhibition at our OiHce.  "TH-E-Brtt-N-E S -EXe KAN G E���������fcl-M-IT-E-Df  CBCX.lOx,  cast*m__i3U,T,'i.l*,iE*tfi;.  Nelson, B. O.  NOTICK 1-: hereby ulvcn that ?ii diyi  a,ter  ilnte I lnl������ml to apply lo the Chief Com-  jn|s������loiii'rol I,audi and \VorS*������ [or iierniisMon  lu e-iu i'.r.-l .'rtrry nnm iluihcr from tii"  lollow-'  liipde^crihC'I  lamlii:���������Coiniiieiicini; nt a poit  _ . , , ��������� at Hi-* ������Mii!i-cK**t corner ..I Roger I'. I'erry'*;  and a transaction of tcnimnu.i��������� woulel. |1|.l..l.niptioii.   inarke-il    ,-?oiiilic������-el  corn.-.r  nf  , i iimlicr limit applied for iiy  f. i. 'iolil-mitli";  fulfil the iveaiMliif work nl !e*n   el.'.y.*-. | tliciicewo-it locli'iin***; lliem-'.' north IW clinlni;  ;,    .      ,,     , ilii*n..M*ca*.t lOchiiiii-i  to   l-'isli  Creek;   ihcnce*  II   .-i'i-m-1    1"   the    IlKRAI.il    that    .Mr. , (,.n..������in*,- Ihuineaiid.-rln*-*. of H-.li ejrec-k   H-0  .   ,     ' iimiiw to point ol <*c.nim.*iic..-i!iciit; cojiUiniiiB  Dunsmuir'-ve;ry i*xcedli*nl start  nn:_;iil ; r,m nnre*������, more vr le***--.        .    , i . J. i>Or.Ii->.������I ITU,  e*ll   hi*    f.illowi-d    up    bv   Mich'    Thoin-*on's I.anelins, October lOl'n. 1SU1.  piiiiitt'd  very  another amendment as is pointe-il   "ii  above, with thf nliji-rl of pulling   e.iu-1  whole* jinrliami'iilary  proci'duie*   <m   a j g  more common scn-e.   i*-*rpe*ilit.i<ius - and  democratic footing.  TIME TABLE  S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDHAU  PACSF3G RAILWAY  TRA5MS LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  II. G. PARSON, President.  Ii'ASTBOUN'D...  WESTBOUND...  SO UTI-I ROUND.  .   R:20  17:10  .   !;::o  TOURIST CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL 0ASLY  Sundays,  Mondays ancl   J-Vtlays  Montreal and Dosto ���������  . O'HRIKN, Managing Director  The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  1 Limited Liability.  Carry a lull and complete line of  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boantiies. Rums,    -  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Gins,  Ports, 3her.es, Clarets, Champagne, Ljquers]  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  itS^r8 Wo nro prepared to make up single cases of Wines  and Liquors for the Christmas season.  Call and see them.  TIIFj  COLUMBIA   BRIDGE.  Hiimiins ..'-tiTec-i Arrowhead, Tliownn'*-  I.Rii'iinc mil ComRpilr, cominoniin? October  lull. i!"il. will --n.il ������������ lollovv", -AtHtUcr perniil-  tins:  I...-M*.-iii!< Arru-.vhcn*! [or TtiorrwjnV Lfindln  nnd t:oiiiHr.Iix     twicpdiii.ly���������IijV  I.c,iv:ii? C'omr.plix Htid Thom-ori'i I.������i.'diiiK  ica.I.'. ..twice* dully- 7:r,!c and 12:t*-,L  andlJk.  ..Midii]  id 12:1*:  C. I', a.  A pctiliiin is lieing Ui}.ely tipned in  Lown iinkinp for in iipproprintion to  c:cin-.Lrnct 11 tr.iflic liridpe* ncrnss the*  Columbia, river to pivc ;icce?ss rrom  Kevelstoke to llie v--esl fide. Tliis-  bridge ia becoming a crying necessity  to Ucwlsitoki.*. Tlie sawmill liplm-ginR  to tlie ItcvelhloUe Lumber Co., a large  and important industry, is greatly  liiimpcicd in ils operation for lack of  any communication with town, available for teamg. fn the .lord,in 7'ass is  a mining section, full of promise, to  thc development of which a bridge  across the liver would afford the  greatest assist.mce. And there is a  huge area of agricultural land in the  Hats across the* river, to  which  s.ich a  for A rro\e Ii _._- ���������  Making '-lose connection*! '.eltli a!  .������������������'t'*������.r-i">.-s tend TrRlim.  Tlicowncr*. rc-ervc the rl_.nt tor-hAiigc time**  ol *.^ilim;s uitliont notice.  Tho Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  FRIDAYS  Toronto-  WANTED.  1VASTKD���������By n* iihh hvC'I I4. who !������ In  pc*j<.csiion o[������ *.oo.l trade mid t J.fKXi cardtftl,  iJorri-.p*"������ridenco with ft m*ild or widow,  bctivf-cn 10 and ,70, with asmnll capital, with a  view to (coins Into bu-ilnc-is and matrimony.  Addrci*. all letter.-i to-J. B."  1I7������ai.d ollice.  dec. H-lin.  TO    LET  CoiliiRC,   lorner   Fourth   5ilr������.*t and  Orton  Avenue.     For   particular*   ni.jily to    I>.   V.  Koi*.iii:s, Tlii. Molsoni Hank. Doc. 23-tf  .SUN'DAYS,  .and   WliDNMJSDAYS  P.-iSKCnjjcrs ticketed  to all   points  ,-it lowest rates.  DIRECT STEAMSHIP  SERVICE  From Vancouver to���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Teacher Wanted.  TciicliPi'wanted for the Ito-velstoke  Public: School: one of the junior rooms.  Apply by letter to the Secret at'}* of  the lievelstoke School Un.-inl. -Applications to be in bv the 15th .January,  1(K)2.  T. .1. GliAMAMK,  Si-fii'tary.  J5__^-Fiill  inlnrmatlon nml  narti  ������__^*"loNcareit r.I'.K. Ageni.  culars applj'  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Kevelstoke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agen t  VancoUT������r.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  A challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give iogood reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Froinpt delivery of parcels, baggage, ete.  10 any part ol the city  Any Kind of- Transferring  Undertaken  All  orders left at R. M. Smythe's Tobacco  iilore, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  ttcutloii.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������      ''  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Ete.  Fish, and .Game in Season....  Ml orders promptly filled.  "nSSSSS. RBYBM������0BB,B.S.  \  Ml  mat /  ���������^  Vi  ^7*4  levGBopmeiBt hyi  m  icate  I-l MIT ED  Capital: *fl',OC0,l)00 In 1,00t*,*Jlj0 Slimes.  I'.ir vulue ."pl.00 c.ieli.  All Treasury Stock.     No Promoter's aii-1 no rroferrej Stock.  Large Veins Free-Milling Gold Ore  First Allotment.    200.000 Shares now offered for 50c. a f.ln.n  ANDREW F. R0SSNBERER,  Secretary, l'.O  Box 700, Xelhon, B.C.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Ollieinl Urukei**, UeMilatckc, B.C.  er  Your  anting  3-J!  from thc  ���������Printers  ���������of  "���������Fine  ' ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including-  LliTTIIR   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILE HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  THE TOWNSITE OF  mm  IS-NOW--OH THE MARKET.  -.*������*-S8633  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.''  ^CIRCLE CITY isthe Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  vi?t the Lardeau Creek with fork, lo that point.  CIRCLE CITY  is beautifully situated at the base* of   the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY  is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  Development. .        . . .    J    .  l^iffel  HZ  POSTER AHD DODGER  PRINYZKC   A  SPEG1ALT  HeraSd Job Office  ���������    FRONT STREET.  A GOOD  AME....  Ts toller than riches   We havo iho name of mult in pr  lhc only Stviisli Suits in Town  ���������for durability and quality  thoy alao e.scel.  ������������������=���������-���������-     Tpy one  PwS; WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  ^Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  I !  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  *  ,f  %Si  : *.,;.;..;, i. *. ��������� ., ..... ������������������ ..: ; ., j >..**.)?****  | PELLSW-KARVEY, f  ^ BRYAK3J & G5LPMN '*  Mining Eng-inccrs  and Assaycrs,  VAN'eOi;V|-.!t, ll.C.      KstiiMi.shcil is���������  ASSAY WORK OF Ml BESCRIPTIONS  UriBCRTAKEN.  'lV-,1 * miulc ii). lo *_,niill I lis  f^-. * l   Tl    *.    llllllll'     1*1'    ^w     ������������T1 IkJl'   J ������f ^ ���������  >{ A -|i*.*null\ mail** ol cliccl.ui-; Smelter  ,������ 1'iilp**.  X. Siiin|>lus Irom the Interior liy until or  y, oxjik****. |ii*oiii).tl> iitleiiiled lo.'  g llon-cs-wii.leiieu inllclicil.)  ������j VANCOUVER, B. C.  u  **************************  U^ss.     ^^\to'jijaa.fi.a.���������AJi^j'i *e  Succe-i-or to T>. .leiiklnx,  Miinnfiu'turer*; ol ���������  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing: of Bouts, Shoes  an*;! Hu'T.cao, a Specialty.  Next Boor to Guy Barber's  rfi%.  \%zM  Ably furniDhed with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WIRES, LIQUORS, CIGAR  Large,  Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  Fiial Class Dry XVo.oiS  delivered in any length  forCish.  APPLY TO  G. B. BAT  Fergus  on,  a.  k@pnag;nan  Roil Rose Iicsree meet*? seooml and fonrtl  Tuesdays oleach inontli; White Koie ne^rc  meets Tliirtl 'rue**iliiy olcneli q mirier, In Oildlel  Ions Hull.   Visiting brethren-welcome  WM. WATSON",        '     HY. EDWARDS,  I'lcsidcnt. Secretary.  .   -.          Is tlie recognized   organ for nil the latest  mining news  of 'North $  .Kootenay.   Particular attention is paid to securing ci* rly and tellable* |  intelligence from the newly discovered Free Milling Gohl Camps  on   Kis.li |  River and from the placer and quartz mines of lhc Big T?e nd and dislricl, |  .in the immediate activity of lievelstoke,  -such ab   Lllccillcw.-iet,  Albert ij  Canyon, Jordan Pass and Isaac'Greek.   Next season will  witness a.  big I  revival of certainty throughout North Kootenay,  and ir-.uiing  men  and"!  others desirous of" gaining tho.eai Iiest and most authentic iiev.-s, from .the l  ^district���������will��������� flnd-thu-cohiuias-o'-th;i���������llliRA'LD_tlioi!^hbs6=i.isoui'Ce_=pi'  information.. - " '  Railway News is also a S;,ec:":.*.It.y iit the illSRATJl and articles of  I  special interest to Hail way mon will also ho found in ils -coIiui'liis. ^  AS ;jm  THE IIERAI J) offers iclvantages in its total "Weekly- circulation  and the class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in tho district.   It.  appears twice to any other paper's once ,*i week iiiid is round hi tlie homos  of the wage-earning classes, the backbone of the biisim*.ss of the district.  Bus:nc3Sinen want their announcements to roach tho  homo  people who  have the money U-i take advantage of their offers jund the  homes ancl  \  families which render it necessary for thoni to spend ia,.    No other chv-s of  j  circulation is of any use to them.   These aie tho kind of people who itiuku  |  up a hig proportion of our   Subscribers,   people   wit.'h   homos,   families.   \  , employment and interests right at homo,   the  people  Revelsloke  merchants want to get at.    A space in ont advertising columns, judii.-ioiwly ami  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week lettea* to every home  in  Revelstoke, and inthe Railway ai.d Mining  points,  tributary to  T?evol-  stoke business.  ���������LEGAL  Til. SCOTT   B A., T.I..B.  Unrrister,      Solicitor,"   Notary  rir**t Street, ilfc\cNtoke.-  Money to loan.  1'ublio,   Etc.  JJ^UVEY, M'CAKTJ:?. i: MXKJIAM  Il'imslcr***  Snlieitor.1. l*:tc.   ''  Solicitors for Iini.crml Ur.nk of Canada.  Cumi'tin*. mini*, to ki.r.i ntS percent.  1'iRir MRcir, licvel-stokc B. C.  CHURCHES'  METHODIsT Clltjr.tH,  l'.F.Vi.I.STOKi:.  Preiiehm^ **ei\icc**: at 11 a. in. ami 7:00 p. m  Cla-1*. ineeiiiti; i.t the olo-ic ol the niornini;  service, f-nbb ith h.'liool an������l IV.ble cla*;-, ot '.i:iM  Weekly rrti.ei- r*:*'eliiiii e\ery Wetlnesciay  I'Miniiii; at ":*"0. The public are cordially  niMteU.   fceiu.* irce. '  Uev. C. I.ADM^r., ra*>tor.  l-T.  I'ETKI-. S CIIB1IC1I, AM_I.IC.VS.  Klelit n.m , Ilol'.-l-iichuri-i.; II a.m., ma .a*.,  ituiiv iiu-1-.crmi-jii (llnly ^.uuliansi lirst bun-  <lay m the liifinth); -:.,*>   Suniiay   s'hool, or  -(.]iiiFireTi*s-5,cr-.-Tre;'-r:.lo-iii'cn=.*iiT_-{choral) and-  fajrinoii.   llolv J3a\b���������The  Holy" liuchiil-l*-l i-  i-< Ic-bratcil at 7 a.m. or S u.in , a.*, aniionncccl.  Holy llii.pli.-m alicr Snii.layFcliooi iii3:l.'>.  ��������� c a. it.occnh:k, Kector.  PiiUDYrr.arAS uii:r.cii.  Scrvi.-e every Pnmlay at II a m. nn<l 7:31) n.m  to v. bicn all art* -n elcoine.     I'rayer lneciirig at  S p. m. everv V* clnoiliu.  KB'.-. \V. C Caldkb, l'astor.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  Ilie   choice   land   north   ol   track,  between Tapping's and Long's, will  be  subdivided for sale as  toon lib.  po*,*=:ble. '    ,  G. fifi. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  P. O. 33c:, Uj.  s Deli  All orders -left at -Vv. "M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  gam i ii.i  ti .,  'COO 1-C .  BEAUTIFUL  GO TO  , 2V3IRS-   ILiJ^lU'XDX^-R,  . For your Chrn-tinaa Fiuitan.i l.on llon*-  - Chocolates, 40c. to'6oc.  Csnclies from 15c.  FANCY   BISCUITS.'   Oll.iKGES.    LEMONS.  TOYS AND FANCY ClOOIla.  Mackenzie Ave.    Rcvcislokc, B. C.  Rcreistike M Co., LU.  Now ready at my Studio.. views  of Revelstoke and vicinity. Also  telephoto view* of till the peaks  visible from tlio city. They will  he upon permanent platinotype,  the finest photographic paper procurable and absolutely permanent,  size 3x1, 23c, size IxG, 50c. Send  these to your relatives and friends  for the New Tear 'and they will  have soincthiiif; of a true aitifctic  value. The Studio will remain  open this evening till 22 o'clock.  '���������������-&  S  COMAS  ClTllOLTO  CML-RCtt.  Ma***-  fourtl:  a  III  ida.  &} a. 111 ,   on  *��������� in lhe mon  J.KV.  lirst.   s  h.  I'ATIIKR  :cond and  T1IAYF.P..     EAI.V/.TION   ARMY. ~  r.-nl_.'it in tlmlr Hall on  From  SOCIETIES.  Gcld^ Ranf_;c Lodge K. 01 P.  o. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  OUR JOB PRINT  Js the completest in thc district .for  appliances,  'material and jl  Craftsmen.    Our  work   speaks   for   itseIC     No  other   office   in North 5  Kootenay can touch it, because we not only have the tools to do good |  work with, but we know how to use them. , 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 tli>? times.  Moots everv Wi-dncsdny in  O.hlfi'liows" llall al S o'clock  Vi-itius ICnichls i'nvilc-il.  iJ. A. iJltow.**,-,  C.C    :    :    :    :    :    :  F. P.. Li:v.-is, K. of it.itS.  LOYAL. ORANGE LODGE F.o. 1658.  Sepuiar mcctini*! arc held In the  O.ldMlow'.s llall on the Third rri-  davofi-ni-ii laonth, al S n.m. sharp  Vi**ii!:ii* bretlirc:* cirdiahv invited  A. J   I!SPUN. n.M  w. g.j.ii:n*-Y, r.ie.-Sec.  4i  Skating every alternoon and cvenincf Iro.n  3 to 6 and irom 8 to 10.  The Public are invited to visit the Rink; i*o  charge being made.Ior Spectator-.  A charge of 25c willTjo made for-.killing. ;in  tlie afternoon lndieb or clijldren ITil*.  Foason Tickets may bo purchased at thc ritik.  I.u(1ies?*l50, Gcinleineii -pi. chil.l.vu ���������}::.  Goml fnr-ikatln*. aflcrnoon and evenini,', i*x-  ccj.l ^pcciiil events such a*. Carnival*,, Ilotkey  Maiclies. etc,  H a ciccy, Practices.  SKNIOI1S���������Mnndajf, Friday*! and Saturdays  from 10 to 11. Wedncsdajs, from  7 to 8.  JCNIOIIS-TiieMl-ijsrinm in to II, and Wed-  ' nesda\s fiom 7 10S.  LADIES���������Tuesdajs from 2 to 3.  Curling every aflcMioou anil evening.  PLENTY OF MILK     '��������� '  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison your systems  using Condensed Milk, done  up in eld rusly tin cans?  when you can buy pure  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  Certificate of Improvements  ICfT OTICE.  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.S2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Roval School ni Mini", London.    Feven_ vear*-  ht "Morfa   '-Vork*-,  S-.v������ti*=en.     IT   years   Chiel  C-her--i-t   to Wlirnn for., nnd  Iron Co..   Eng  LatoV__cmi-.t ami .*.������*.} cr, Jiall Mines, Ltd.i-  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. 3.C  xl  fy  NEW YEAR'S CAKES !  NEW YEAR'S CAKES !  - -S3������~������!*~.**-r--  S*5*S:C^*>  &  H   E]  EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEHR HEADS, BIRDS. Etc. MOUNTED,  Fnr= Cleaned anrl Pe.-aire.l.  JITST EAST OF I'RESBYTEI'.IAN- CHURCB  Third Struct.  FRUIT, PEEL,  O  GROCERIES  For people who like  to make their own  Cakes.  Gold UIU Mineral Claim, situate in the  l!c\clstoke Jlining Division of Kootenay District.  Where Located: In Ground Hog Basin, on  McCiillougli Creek.; u  TAKE XOTICE thai I, ti. H. ITumc, I-'rec  Miner's Certilicate No. II, l7b'J9, intend, sixty  da\s from lhe dntc hereof, to apply to the  Mining Keeorder Ior aCcrtifieate ol Improvements, for thc purpose ol obtaining a Crown  Grant ol the above claim.;  And further tako notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced  before   the  issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this Uh dav ol Seiitcml.er, 19H1.  C. I). HUME.  Oct. 11���������tr  The recent manifesto of Mr. Duns-  muir in thc Colonist of Sunday is  looked upon by politicians as the  certain precursor of an election. There  are a good many of tliem ivlio like to  get a biire enough pointer aa to where  thev are at.  January 2-lth is :i week from next  Friday and it is the date of the first  Tlevelstoke Hospital Ball. Tliis affair  will lie the event of the winter and  everybody sho-.ild make a point of  combining a pleasant evening with  assistance to a deserving institution  by taking it in,  Cut the Wires and Sent Despatch Which Gave the Union  Pacific Telegraphers a Raise  of Salary and Recognition.  During llio !,il U-r p.ntof lhe Gould  regime 0:1 lhe Union P.icilii', the Older  ut' li.iilwny Telegraphers presented a  demand for ol'iiei.il recognition -mil  alio for a blight ineroase in salaries.  The matter dragged along without, 1.11  agreeinenl having been renched, until  ���������in ultimatum was deliveted to the  i'iulri*,id nll'u'ials. Tliis ultimatum set  foi lh lh,it il hy noon nn a certain d.iy  1 lie deiniui.ls of tho men were not  .ivccik'd to, a general strike would be  01 (lured.  At, llie S'uuc lime, Jay Uou'.il, Geo.  Gould ar.d a lew friends occupii'd Mr.  Goulu'o private car, which was on a  siili'-liiu*k up iu Idaho, near .Shoshone,  ihe p.irly having gone thither for a  couple of weeks liout fishing in the -  mountain slieaiiiM.  Failing in their elVuils to bring aboul  .1 settlement of llu* difficulty, the  Union Pacilic ollicials at Omaha laid  the matter befuie llie elder Gould, who  ���������issumed tho rc-potibihilily, bill he  reiunininl silent, evidently having  made up his mind either not lo ireat  wilh the committee of telegraphers  o ��������� lo hold out and await developments.  It has never become known jusl w.hal  Mi*. Gould's idea was.  At any riite. the day scheduled for  tumble ,-urived, The Omaha otUcials  began lo worry, for in case of a strike  i.he toad would have been tied tip  absolutely. Nothing indicating what  policy Mr. Gould meiiiit to pursue was  known in Omaha. The case was to be  letlled by one man, who might, aa  time passed, be enjoying himself in  coaxing speckled beauties Irom their  liaiini*=; or, bo might be considering  die mailer in his car. Under any  circumstances, he was away off in the  mountains on a lonely sidetrack,  ilmost out of the world.  At 10 o'clock iu the morning lhe  telegraphers' committee notified the  Union Pacific officials at Omaha, that  but, two In.ui-a' of grace remained, and  nobody knew better than those officials, Ihnl trouble was sure to come ��������� if  favorable action was not taken within  the two hours. ���������  lOleven o'clock, mouniain time, had  arrived, and yet no word had come out  ofthe mouniain retreat. There was ���������  an ominous silence on all wires of the  system, only broken by occasional  signals wliich were flashed back and  forth bj'^ the waiting telegraphers, * .  between themselves. At 11*15 the  ���������lespatchers began lo insure the safety  ol all trains by" holding, them at  various stations as they arrived; for  trains cannot' move in safety without  lhe telegraph.  It was neai ly 11:30 when one of the  through wites opened for an instu.nL:  1 here was a monientaiy ratlle of the  instruments along the line, and iiu^  experienced, steady, but slow working  hand began to rail Cheyenne:  The signal was promptly answered  and-a telegram was received for Omaha  asking for information as to the'  condition of trains, thc probable ability  to equip the telegraph offices with  o'hsr men, etc,. The telegram cams  direct from the Gould car and the  operator who sent it was GeoegeJ.  Gould, who hadhiinself cut'thc win,  run it into tho car, connected it, and  assumed the duties of operator.  Mr. Gould's telegram was, as may be  imagined, answered immediately.  Excitement was at fever heat. Officials  were nervous, and the.operators were  anxious, but dolerniined.     Along lhe  liiio-tlio-instruinoiitsiwsre��������� cui!!iug_=out_ =  tho time as the minutes sped.    Occasionally   some   brotherhood   executive  * -.  would use first tliis wire, then that '  one, ' with words of, encomagement  and caution. Now' aud then1' wires  which had not pioduccd a sound for  30 minutes would carry the message,  '���������15e firm."   "Unsigned.  AL 11:150 no word indicating Mr.  Gould's probable act mi had yet been  received. The Union Pacific rnilioad  was just ten minutes from temporarily  going out. of .business. Tune, by.  minutes, was being called along the  wires.  '���������Eleven firiy: be firm!" "11:51; do  not commit any foolhardy acts." "11:52;  do not weaken;'''and so on.  Then'the Gould wire opened. George  Gould';, sending was again in evidence.  Was he about to order a favorable  scltlement? Hundreds of ears along  the line eagerly listened for the words  as thep came from thecal' up^in the  mountains. It was- only another-  message from Omaha, and unimpor  Innt. Strange titnr, lhat. for ordinary  telegraphing. lf  "Eleven fifty-seven; it looks  like a  baltli'," thc telegraphers sent along the  ,  word.  It was 11:57 when Jay Gould weakened. George Gould could hear and  read the signals on the wire. He  could tell from what he heard that  trains were side tracked; that the  operators weie not jesting: and tbat  thn ollicials were preparing to go out  of business.  Perhaps the Goulds didn't like Lhe  idea of being in .-'. car 2,500 miles from  home, 1.000 miles of which distance  was covered by a railroad which could  not safely run its trains in case he  refused to favorably decide. Perhaps  if Jay Gould had been in his "Wall  street office he -would " have done  atherwisc than adopt the operators'  s chedule.  but at   the  last   moment  I George    Gould    telegraped,     "Grant  operators' demands."  "���������VS: W&ywiLeii?*??!-. L  ������/-^.*^\'^.''l^.'i*,^teffl!aixi������ni_*������������:.^  lit  ���������i  I  , i  <F'  7"f  i  MISTAKES  May In* made in weaiing  Iini y,iui*gii.|it(*<,t niislulcu wilt  In* in ul������* in not wearing one.  Tliey uie a great prevenlat ive  nf 1'i'ild aiul nobody should he  wil bull one when lhey ran  gi'l I lii'in so i heap at  I be  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.'Y.  All Sizes and l'rii-r-*,.  See lliem in our window.  Notes of News.  I''..i nie is f-iiaraiitiui'd for smallpox.  S. McCnll of Kergusoii, was in town  on Thursday.  Supt. Kilpatrick went up tn Gulden  yesterday inoriiing.  .Mr*.*. Sti'warl nf (-algai y. is. visiting  hi*i*daiiRlit������*r, Mis. P. Forties.  Mrs. Genu of Pmiiiiii.in City, Man. is  visiting wilh her sisl er Mrs. l.y lies.  Chief Jiik-lire MtT.'ull of the Supreme  Coin I died on Thurnhiy night, i.t  Victoria.  The city clerk wa������ busy ������wi*.iring in  the ue w iiiayni* and iililerin.'ii yiMer  day aflei imon.  ^lrs-. llnri'ii ol' Victoria i.s in town  ��������� in a visit l" her relative*, Mr. .-mil .Mrill   V. Scoll.  The lirst. meeting of Iho council nl'  11X12 takes place according tn MnluU'  nn >r������iinltiy evening.  .1. S. Clute i- elecfed mayor of  Rossland. Kiank Fk-tflier at Nelson,  .\|. P. Goidou al Kamloops.  M. C rady of SI. I .eon was in lown  yesterday. He expects in open his  new hotel there in a week nr ten days.  C. F, landmark, .1. P.. swoie in tbe  mayor elect aud Aid. Hume and  Manning in the city hall yesleiday  afternoon.  The fourth annual convention of Ihe  associated Hoards of Trade of Ka&lern  Kootenay is to be held in Kaslo on  Feb. 20.  H. D. Hehneketi has commenced jm  action for a writ of mandamus to cause  lo the issuance of a writ for Ihe  .Victoria provincial bye-election.  Services tomorrow. Second Sunday  after Epiphany, as usual in St. Peter's  churcK nt 8 and 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. m  Rev. C. A. Procunier oflii-iating.  Frank S. Barnard is the Conservative  and Geo. Riley the Liberal candidate  for the Victoria seat in the Dominion  House vacated by Col. Prior.  The cup presented by the Calgary  Brewing Co. for competition by the  Revelstoke Curling Club is on view in  Ihe window of Reid it Young*!*,   store.  The new school hoard held a preliminary meeting yeslerday afternoon,  at which J. W. Bennett wasappoinled  chairman and II. Floyd secretary of  the board.  Alex Black, formerly or Revelstoke.  but now of Dawson, was in lown on  Thursday renewing old acquaintances  <*n route back to P.iw������on from his old  home in Ontario.  Miss Frances Pent has been  appointed teacher to take charge of  I In1 primary division and will take  hold as soon as she can gel relieved  from Albert Canyon.  A Talent Tea will be given by the  Ladies* Aid of the Methodist church  from 3 toli p.m. next Tuesday at Mrs.  Nellie's residence. Gentlemen wel-  iiiuie.    Admission 10 cents.  Kootenay Lodge No. '2T,S I. .V.  of M.  hereby desires lo  lender  very heart y  Ihanks   to   those   who   so   mateiially  ���������*assisted~in���������making���������their���������Smokiug-  l.'oneerl of the Uth inst. such a success.  Thursday';. mail froin the east  brought the first old country letters  fctampi-'d with tlie new stamps carrying  thc bead of King Kdward. The color  is red and the desien tint piirticiilariy  ai listir.  ^mm^'B������m������m������mm ^t???f???????f?????f???????ff?i  (pi  & ti   fc ft i i I  UiKiia  Wishes  His numerous  \UMUlii-Lri5  lit Patrons  A Mappy  id Prosperous  few Year  ��������� <$,  cross  Drugstore  m  NOVELTY  hotos 1  ��������� ;  I make nil slylesi.f I'linto Hullon-, ,V  llroni'liu*-. fills, r. c. Very .\c".*.***l In.- *e  >lBil-. -*.- J  I ropy iiny |.liotni.rii\ili nr linlM.i-.     3  STAMP PHOTGS,     - '  20 fOii T,0c. |  l'Ulll*   I'M-iiiollS ('.INCH. .9  M'lMHU:  T.WI.UH IIl.OCK.  B    -C8 B i *t? P* W  (P  _������������������������&  >B  Shows (lie necessity of providing .yourselves with good Rain Coats ancl Ruljbcrs  lt was very wet (especially coming- home).  Wis   have   excellent    Rain    Coats    and  Rubbers  to  protect you. from   the   slush  and snow.  Wc offer you bargains in these lines.  c3-EnSTEK,A.31i  MBBOHAITTS.  v 1 4jV  CALL AND   INSPECT   THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  ���������.*������-  Taylor & George  Wish all their Customers and prospective  Customers " A 1 lappy and Prosperous  New Year, 1902." That you will enjoy  lhe former we are sure. Hut to be assured of prosperity il is necessary 1I1.11 you  buy your  DRESS GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS,  BOOTS A'riB SHOES, &c,  from us. Now is the time to sort up.  We are sorting un our Hest selling lines,  and to do this pro perl v ^*c ofler vou  Bargains.  Call and Inspect Our Goods..  ���������*���������*���������**��������� **uMKcmUBsr*rtrrTRr'  ~"3?9  Ge<  ge,  fvlackeniiie Avenue.  UtUUUUUUMiUUiUiUMUiUiUUUUft  of all   kinds  and  ry  just opened up.  A set of  CUPS AND SAUCERS.  from   the    Poley  factory   ln  England, will suit you.  SKATES.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  G-jHlrTEI^A.1^"   IvlEILaKCT^iTTS.  iiOTOi;:*.Ai'Ui*:i:. g  ^^^���������^^^^v^^-^&^fa-a^^e'-f'-sV'iS-^e-^  The Revel-stoke is lird up for llie  winter at Naku>p.  .1. P. Kennedy, of Illt*t**:lU*\v~n*t. came  in to town on last nis*lilV >"o. I.  J. S. Chile and the. eili'/."ns lirkel f"<-  aldermen were elected in 11 iwdnnd and  the Miners' Union tie It el lui ned down.  Mr. and Mrs. Campbell of (.'.lines.  Man., have lieen spending 11 iow duy:-:  Ibis*, week on a visit to Mr. and }liy.  Doyle, on their way to California.  Tlie lievelstoke Hockey cluli have  iiccupteil'a i-lialloiiRP from Vernon and  the' iiiatfli will Hike plan* hen* on  Wednessdiiy, it" lhe ii'1' is- all rijjhl.  Keiuenilier tho hospital hull on the  21th inst. Everybody weleonie. A  cli'irRU of .10 cents will lie ninde I'or  fe-poet.-tl oi'a orrnpyiiiK llie gallery,  which will iiiiludi* Mipper.  Tlii'lIiiii.u.D lio^s to .-.c-knowledni*  the leeoipl of 11 veiy alliaetivo and  convenient diary and alui.-.iiiie for 11102  from (lie Standard Life Assurance Co..  resresi'uted here hy I. T. l.iewster.  Mrs. II. Ctiek. uhr, hns for s-oinc  time past heen visiting her daughter  at Noith Uend went 1 liroiiRli on Ihir*  iiiiiriiin_2;'������ Xo. 2 on a vi-.it to her  daughter. Mrs. Ciioale. at Xelsou.  Kevelstoke vital --latistio for 1.K11  shew: Uirths. ":!. doa'lhs "22, ma triages  21). If eveiy town in Canada only-  kept the same cjait. up. wi* would soon  have a census m tlie Dominion worth  taking.  Work on Llu* decoration of I'm*  intoiior of the Methodist, chutih will.  ntcelTifes is pro-ri p->sm^ i*~Y5������!T7  XV. A. Xettle and F.XV.   McGic-'Or aie  a  sa  I Gentleman's Ticket,  Lady's Ticket,    -   -  S2.  ���������$1:  EVERYBODY COHV2E ALOf^G  AI^D SPEND/A.-SO.CIABLE* EVEN  ���������j*i*^.u...-ct^axijt������igjW'l^*..^i'jljiilillLluiilJvitlB.-jll|.iacyi������iB^  .feif  "��������� **...V/iKtj  ll  1, FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  pulling on thf; tiles and W. G. Birney  is> doing the pointing. The fli'ect i-^  excellent.  The voir* polled on Tluiisday w.i*������ llie  heaviest,  VeC   pollod    iti   n   niuni'-ipal  election.    In "Wind 1   r*verv   avnilahic  A petition lo the department ol' Innds ' vote w.i*i polied.    Thi*r<* mc aliout .Tft.1  and woiks is: in  circulation ar.d heing j rc.illy available i-.nis'.-s un ti.i* list and  unanimously signed,   asking    for   the j  1 oiislruclioii of a unfile  bridge across  the Columbia liver  lo   give   ncci's-*. to ;  the west side.  the   total    vote   polled   w.i-   277.  li-aturc of tin*   nli'.ermnliii-   ������������������ntiti-st  W.ud 11 wns lhe ;iu>-,ib*-:-nl   plump*-  pniticul.irly for AM. Ta  -.-'  i*i.  .Mi������. Thomson and MUs Tlioiuson  nf Thomson's Landing were, in lhe  citv on Thursday at the Hotel Victoria.  Mis Tliomiun i3 en ionic to New  "Wpstmiiiblcr lo take a course in  Columbian college.  ' Dan Kelly C Boxcar *' Kelly), well  known in town a.s .1 former resident of  ibid place, is said to he at present  figuring as 11 big O'Kimow  in Circle City. He has, so report aavs,  unu lied a s-fpiaw, is chief of the tribe,  and lias every Si wash in it working for  bim.  I.. 11. Buck hai spent the week in  town, having crime in fiotn New  Westininst ci* for a short holiday. He  i.s bn.-y surveying lhe preliminary lines  Tor tbe pioposed New West minster,  Vancouver Sc Yukon railway and h is  finished the work round New West,  minster.  ��������� A number of Hevelstokei-s inrluding  Mr. and Mrs. C. S. MeCarter, Mr. and  Mrs. Oeo. Risteen, Mr. and Mri. .f. K.  MePheison, Mr. :mtl Mrs. XX'. S.  Newman. Messrs. .1. Taylor and L.  O'Neill left ye=U'rday luorniilg to  attf-nd tlie masonic ball at Colden last.  night.  As a re������ult of Dominion bye-elections-  in nine Esis-lern constituencies on  Thursday, six Liberals and three  Conservatives were l-cturned. West  York went UJieral. Campbell lieing  elected by l.KJ over Wallace.  I-ival, Addington and "Wi-st Hastings  l-etuined C'linservative.*.  To the Electors.  I .adie.- and < ^i-jilli'iiu-n:  I'le.ise li'i-epl in;  siii.-.-u   lli.mk  ihe  h.ii.'.lsoiii.'   niiiniii'i-   of   vule-i  which   vou    e!i'i*l''d     111.'    n  trustee.     1 will   sr*r  I'Olllidence has i.nl  to  f.ir  ���������-*>'  ii*     as     ���������-thiif.i  il    I ha 1    jour  m"-]il..i-������ d.  !'.   1*'..ii*i li,  BWB.t������lA.'jAjJ3ti&i*������Ul~l. .1 '*>1UHaiUg  I  .���������Mir[>ris<utjiy iMt'ii-^iiMt nre  Mccormick's  Olfltolites mi Creams  'i he Jliivor i   iin^nrpns-^ocl.  "I he r|iin.hty ift tho V -r.  Tlit* i,rir" llio mo-*l I'OpuInr -  50 (HITS A POUND  Difipul Aliiinn.ls   i-.'ic nn.] 7'.r*. r-'''' H:  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Hrntrnl'.-t nli'l .Sti.tl*m.'r.  i:r..������n I'.lnvlc. Tr-lcplione  IS.  W. R. Stephens Run Over by the  Pullman While Shunting in the  Yard Yesterday Morning and  Dieson the Train Near Glacier.  A fatal accident occurred in the yard  here yesterday morning, by   which   n  man named W. H. Stephens belonging  to Golden, hut who had been  residing  in town for a few weeks past, lost   his  life.    As is npual on tbe arrival of   thfi  No. 2. the   Pullman   and   dining   car  were detached in order to switch   the  diner on to another track for the.  day.  ���������ivff-l.lie-cnrd-e-ngine-aiuLEu 11 man -were  1 binming along the main line   to   Iho  tiain, Stephen.*,  was   walking   in   the.  -ame   direction   towards   the   station  b.itw een the rails.    I fa was   deaf   and  probably did not hear the train coining  Or the warning shouts of the   men   at  lhe switch and on the platform of  the  ['ullinan.    On the   other   hand   those  on the train never imagined but   that  he would taken .slep to one   fide   into  safely before the train got   loo   near.  However he kepi on in the   middle   of  the rails ami the I"ulhii.in stiuck   him  .mil thriiW him with one leg. the right  uii<*. acro-ss the metals", tins sleeper and  I'.igine passing over him.    liis leg wns  (crrihl*, crushed and mangled and was  aliiniHt completely   severed   from   the  hod v.i hove the knee.    He was  picked  up   and   taken   to   the    station'   and  lorwarded on the train in car" of  llr.  Crovi   to   be   t-aken   to    lh<*    Go!di*n  hospital.    However   the    unfortunate  man died on the way near ("i.icier and  the body was brought hack on the No.  I for burial here       Stephen-*,   who   is  almost a stranger in town, has relatives  in Wisconsin.    An incpvit will beheld  on the bodv.  A. Mel? ie, skip: ������. S. P'iindt. ,T. A.  Coghlnn.. If. A. j^iown, .-kip: D. XV.  Ste.irman, .1. 11. .rackson, F.A. Young,  A. .1. MaeDoi-melT, -skip: (i. M. Clarke.  F. Meljutb.C. Holten. .I.A. Cnrrulhers  skip: J. W. Cross, T). O. Lewis. XV. K.  Newman, .T. Simnuons, skip; A.- E.  Phipps, "A. 12. Kincaid. T. Kilpatrick.  0. S. MeCarter, skip; F. B. l..>wi_v C.  F.'-landmark, G.~ LemPjki-, T. 3.  Graham, skip; T. B, .Baker, E.  Edwards, \V. A. MeCluire, A. M.  Pinkham, skip. -  The pnmrit.lil._on for the trophy  presented hy the Calgary Malting &  Brewing Co. h-is commenced, Rvery  link Allays eveiy other rink. The  results so far are Brown I-l, v. Graham  !): J"!ae 12, v. Brown 7.  ��������� U     ' You will find in, our Tailtir Shop a  ^    - . very elaborate  variety  of Fall  and  .   .       Winter   Suitings  and    you'_ll ;fiiid;  workmen who are competent to-make up" any of thes  Suitings exactly io  your liking. ��������� Wc do not employ  cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods that  could  possiblv depreciate our excellent reputation.       \Ve"cannot compete willi 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 alj ready-made goods,-and all other tailors.'   "      *v  ���������    '.    Ladies'Tailored Suits to Order.  J". 'B.  <m  CXZjXnSS2i/������J������.2<37,-  The   Art Tailor,-Mackenzie Ave._      "���������'  ^(^(������^^^^^(^)'^)!^),^)������^)^)^)^)(^)^)(^(!|_������'^^ll  d!)  J'TJWNITITIIE GOODS niust.be sold  ���������at cost  in   order  to make,  room   for  another large car of Furniture, which  will lie here shortly, eai)* and see if  "we can't arrange to supply you.   Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  FURNITURE  The Opposition Convention. .  ��������� The followiii". cloven members of th  legislature; attended the* opposition  convention at Now Westminster on  Wednesday;  F. 3. Fulton, Kmnloops; Dennis  Murphy. Ashcroft: Thos. Taylor,  PevolslolvP: O. W. Monro. Chiiliwaclc:  R. McBride. Bewdney: Thos. OilVord.  New "Westminste;>: A. E. Mr-Phillips  and II. D. Helmi-kcn. Yictcn-ia City:  .1. F. Garden and K. G. . Tatlow,  Vancouver Oily: "W. II. Hayward,  Ksquitnall.  Of those wbo sent replies by mail  or otherwise, il, was learned - that Mr.  Xoill, Alherni: was prevented through  illne-!s_in lhe' family. Messrs. H. *l<\  Green. Kaslo nnd E. C. Smil h. i-ICast  Koolenny, had business e.i;..*.m-m 'llts;  Smith (yiirtN, Ko-isliinii, is ahseiil, in  Brockville, Out.-  Thu convention iirepared a platform,  which has not been made public.  Speaking af a baiupfct given to thoie  attending the convention in the evening. Mr.rMe,Biiile clainied that al. least  2i) members of tlie legislature, would  he found in opposition, when I he house  met.  Wake Up  AND  SEP.-IT-IB BARGAINS AT,  GUY BABBER'S-IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  -^���������"���������"*-���������1844- Rodj_jci"SiBi*os.'-r iat-Ware.���������=  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIR1NQ  Curling Competitions.  Tin: fnllnwinp; are lhe draws fm- I he  Gri*on Curlers' (nnip-'lition:  I'.ist ftouiid���������B vkrr, lima'*: Un-lier.  Hollen. All the rent are by< s in (hi*  i ound  S-.-cond Itouiul.���������The wiiiii.'i-s iu I he  first lound play each othei. The olhei  dlaws are: Bjiune, Jackson: Coghlan.  ICilpaliiik; Cross, Kincaid: Dallas.  lj.*i',v**oii; Kd winds, Lemlike; Field,  I^i.vis. B. O.: Foote, Lewi*,, F. ll.;  Foster, r.indinark; Flindt, MiGuire;  Geoige, McBeth; Ogllvie, Ncwmnn;  Philips, Prueunier: Ruse, Skene;  Smyths. Taylor; Wilson, Sli--u-m.ui.  Tho skips and rinks for lhe other  competitions nre:  M. Hume, B,A. Lawson. C.P,. Hume,  and F. II. Block, skip: W. Lawrence,  .1. Pallas. .1. Rose. II. \{.���������; skip; W.A.  Foote, C. A. Procuniev, I.T. Ihewsler,  KOIKE Of ASSIONMEI  NOTIflB 1 nr.l'.EIJV flPvi;S Unit Henry .1  Kuril'-, of l!cv'*l������t''lH', llrltNIi flnluinliln, nml  ���������rfti.V II I.ouriii*. of Niifciisf'/lirltlsli (lnliiiiiliin,  nrr>li,^ nn bii*.lnes*< at Kcielsiolc.-, Nn'..-ti-.|,  mil N'*-,% Ii'-avt-r ni oi'iieral Jli-rchiiiiis, under  ic- firm linn.. t,l Umtirtir r.rotli.*r-i, luivi- liy  !"."! clrti.-.l tin. iDtti ilny nt .Iniuiury, I'JU.',  uilstxn-il .ill il,. ir un.l ii-jm of lli.'lr n**i! nun  ..i-r-Tiiml it* <*rt/ wiili-li may be *.i.-i/������-'i nn.l  -.'.lil tiii*l.*r'*x"i*nti.m. for the ji'ineri-.I lieni'lit  ��������� if <*r.."Iil'iH i', Kii-lurlflc luiii'oinl.e. f.f Hiiro  'trf*y, Vuii'f.iuir, Mori-limit, nml Arthur  A'llli.irn li.liii.ion. i.f IVliter .-jirecl, Viitiroiiver,  .Ifercliniit.  A ���������m'-'-tliif! M llir- 'r-.1ltor.-i in hcrcl.y (iill'j'l  f'ir.M'in'ln.v, tli<*;*utii ilny r,f Immnry. ISIK, nt  the hour of I p.m. ui Hn* fiflicv i.i Sle-.-r4. k.  (lrc(*ii*.Iiicl'l*i s.v.i ,^ (������������������ . Wiilcr .Strfft, Vnn-  cotiviir.  All enjililor-i nrr r-'iulrv-l to liie ������it!i Arthjir  Williiini Jolinston, on.* of the . s-iicnecs, full  unrtirnliiri of thi-ir clnlin-i nml tho nnturc of  their pi><*urltici. It nnv, 1������-M hv them, nml  notice is herrliy p-lvr*n tlrUn.ti-.-r the first .lav  of April the A-wignecs will prorccil to <llstrit>-  uto the iisicti am iir tin- iToiiitor-.. of -,v!io**c  'ilobt-i or clnims tliey ilrill luivi- rcccivoil  notloo, nnd that thoyii111 n.u l.o rc-iponsiblc  for the nssrtinr nny jinrt lhrn*nf ^oili������iribiil<-.l  to nny r-rwlitor ol ������-hOs<> iloht ,,r flniin thev  slinll not thou hnve rcocbuil iiUkp.  Palcil Mils 1 llh ilny  D.WIi  Jnli.lS-lt.  iiLInuiinry. .\.p    ipy2.  MARSHALL .V MACXEII L,  Solicitor*! lor the A������lgncc>  SIBBAUD & FIELD,  ileal Es  FINANCIAL-^  COAL FOB SALE.  IMF-   C. ]'. It. TOWNSITE,  ffXf   MA ISA TOWNSITE. ,.  ������er- ciEKit.iitn townsite. ���������    r  CXF~   CAMBOISNK 'lOWNaiTE, -    s  ^Cniui'ln Pcrnuiiiont >fc Western ���������  Oanailti .MortKiii^i* Corporation,  ltuble Vavlngs Lonn nml Ilnlliliiig Association,  i Impcrinl 1*1 re.      Gnnrdlnn Flro.      Mercantile J'lrc.  I Oaninliiiii Fire.   '  Caledonian Kire.  j Confederation Lite.      Atlas Flre.   Mnnohostcr T'lrc.*  [.Ocean, Accident and Guarantee.   Great West Life.  . HOUSES FOB SALE AND BENT.  CONVEYANCING.  D. SIBBALD, Notary Publl".  -  KGVELSTOKK  B.C.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  Wiped Out -  That's what, the man  said who wasn't insured. A small payment every two or -  three years would  have enabled him to  say , .   -   '   "~  LOSS FULLY COVERED  INSURANCE  Optional willi you. oi course, which you want to say, but we  would strongly advise you to carry some insurance. Your card  will bring you" full informationas tocost.  w  LEWIS   BROS.    :.  HEAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS.        NOTARIES PUBLIC.

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