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Revelstoke Herald 1902-02-15

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 " 1  Vol,   V.  No    109  REVELSTOKE B.C.   SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY  IS, 190^  $2 OO a Year in Advance  >\  ���������*x .  Come and See  *#94t<(*m4l44r4(4f4[4fi*4f*4'������4f+tHf4f4[4f4  100 Pairs  Boots and Shoes  .Men's, tadies'and Children's,  now.selling at actual-COST., ���������-  "    NO OLD STOCK.  'Thesegp'ods'were all purchased  .last season. "  SHIRTS  SHIRTS  Save 40' per cent and buy your  Shirts now J ���������-.-; 7-,,-y,.-'-' ','; .".',:���������  2 We-^rg] offering a splendid line  iof, W; Gjf&JR. and/VVhite^  ', Shirts r at.-the- above .big' dis-,  :- count! All goods are of-the  Latest Style and Pattern. ..  Our "bargains in -Hats are ;in ���������  keeping with above discounts.  :Th6������tock includes:' '   /  FEDORAS  STIfFBATS  NECKWEAR  We have a Beautiful Line in  -"���������-*��������� t  " .'��������� I     r;   "  Goods at away down figures.  BY...BUNK AL ..  -IHE PRtSHOHt  YOU   WILL   SAVE  .. BIG, . MONEY,    AS  ��������� -THE STOCK MUST  BE   CLEARED   BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  W4(4������(4*4������4t<f������������������i4F4C+*4<l*4*4*  The Conduct of the Police.De-  partment Discussed. The Fire  Alarm. System and the Telephone Company.  The council met last night as usiml,  all the. members being present.  CORltESI'ONDENCE.  The secretary of the school hoard  handed in ji schedule of accounts  outstanding against the board on .Tun.  1,1002 amounting to $274.10. Thero  was about $200 worth of fuel on hand  on that date.  The solicitor was instructed hy  resolution to write the late secretary  ofthe school board asking him to  hand to the present school trustees all  books, papeis and money on hand  belonging to the old board, if any, in  his possession.  The president of the Telephone "Co:  wrote asking the city to romove the  bracket .nailed on telephone polo near  the brewery,used to support lirealam  wire and also the cross arm on  telephone pole opposite tho No. 1  hall.* -He refused.to., protect -.the  alarm wires from contact with  telephone company's wires.  could keep upen all night except from  0 p. tn. on Saturday night to 0 a.' ni. on  Monday. :",���������"..���������  The mayor asked the F. W. k L.  ! committee to go into the papers in the  water supply matter and lay a proposition before the council.  It wastesolved to make the regular  meeting fortnightly instead of weekly  as at present.  The council then adjourned.  the  lire  fire  thc  It was resolved to. call for tendeis  for 30 poles for the tire alarm system  at once and also to instruct the chief  police to report at once- to . the city  clerk whenever he noticed any wires  obstructing the fire alarm wires and  the city clerk to notify the telephone  company.  In   the   course   of the discussion L.  , Ellerman stated that the batteries   in  the  fire   hall   were   attached   to  the  telephone company's system. 'I  The secretary of the Water, L'ght  & Power Co. asked for' more definite  instructions with regard toJ extra  street lights required iu east end of  town, which the clerk -was instructed  to" furnish. -  A letter from the agent for' W. E.  Leagrave, Walkerville, , regarding  ^prices for fire li'all supplies was turned  over.Co the F.'W.' & Su: commHUe.'"'**  ' " G. M. Sproat asked for rent of block  52. "The city clerk was instiuctcd to  inform Mr." Sproat that 'there 'was  never any agreement with regard to  lease of block 52 entered into hy'jtho.  city.        '.*..-. -   '   -        , .        ���������  Thos. Steed, asked for rebate of taxes  ou lot tn Front St.'whieh was assessed  for building now "removed up town.  The clerk was instructed to recommend  Mr. Steed to adjust the difference with  the present; owner of the building.-  ��������� . .    bylaws...   .  A bylaw to raise, levy and collect a  road tax for 1002 was read turee times  and passed.  INQUIRIES.  Aid. Manning inquired if tho city  was.stjll paying 85c. a meal for a  prisoner in tlie 'jail.' It was explained  t mt the prisoner could not cook his  own ineals and so it was nob on the  SOc.a day basis.  Alii." Manning asked what was tha  salary of the police" magistrate and  what was'tlie'iuuburit'of fines collected  last-year: The city* clerk gave the  amounts ns follows:   $2Sl.i)5^ lines and  "$250;salary. ,     _''"'."'  ���������Aldr-Mi-Leod-asked-whafc-were-the'-  amounts of previous years". $515 85 in  nine* months in .1899, "arid- $867.30 in  1900'.     "- -'     ���������'*'-.-��������� -.    ��������� *      '���������-.--  Aid. Mailning asked if it. would be  possi-ilu to dispense with the services  of the police magistrate and depend on  the justices of the peace in town. He  did not think the present man wns .up  to the job. -���������  "-  , Tne city clerk pointed outthat unless  lhe city employed a salaried magistrate  the.fines went to the piovince. except  cases covered by ,',h ��������� bylaws, which  went.to the city. The chief revenue  fi'oin Hne������ came from cases, under the  Vagrancy Act niid "not uiidcr' the  bylaws.  ,,  Aid. McLeod said it was a matter  'which the council should sift to the  bottom.' These women, were In ought  up under the Vagrancy Act,when they  should be brought up under the bylaw.  The last time they "were bi ought up  thep were let go und went down town  and blew the fines in. -   *'  The chief of police, said lhat on a  suggestion of the ex-mayor, the police  magistrate being out of town, the  women had beeu remanded for a  fortnight, which was ' tantamount  to letting them go. If .they were  brought np now the city would be  under the expense'uf depoiting two  thuds of them to Ktvmloops, because  they were not able"to pay the fines, as  they were hard up.  In answer to Aid,' Hume the solicitor  said tbat no one could inteifeie with  the chief of police in enfoicing the  bylaws.  , The chief said that everyone knew  these women were here but-lie did  not see any good in bringing them up  overy month or so and theujetling  them "go righ*; back to their houses.  - Aid. Manning naked what were the  closing hours of bars in licensed houses  in Revelstoke. ��������� The solicitor said they  Wedding Bells at Field.  The usual stilly quiet of the mountain town of Field was recently  disturbed, worse than if a cyclone or  snowslide had struck it. Mr. Ij. On*.  one of the champion jack twisters ol  the Pacific division, became a Jienedii I.  by contracting matrimouv with'an  estimable and well known young lady.  Miss May Tiirnbull. The happy couple  reached Field nn tlie 12lh and iinmc  dialely afterwards were g'ven a  railway reception by a brass band  which certainly i- like nothing onltlie  earth, nor in the heavens above, and  for a good companion would have'to  go to regions which are   hotter   than  lie ctor.    The band consisted of 25  pieces, mostly bioken or at, any rate  badly cracked, with the result that a  member of Field's 100 or less will have  to undergo surgical operations for spl.h  ears. However ihey espect to leap-a  rich harvest as it is believed "thal"a-  omit' remarkable echo has i-ac had  itself in Mount Stephen which will,be  exhibited to tourists at so much" a head."  :��������� The gtooni supplied a bountiful  repast consisting nf sardines in -oil  (no waste). This stinted at 22 o'clock  ancl lasted until after 23 o'clock as near  as your correspondent can leiuember.'  The piogiamine went merrily on and  special mention must be made of some'  of our local talent, Seal Piess. Dry  Goods Agent and Cinder Pushers*  AVe may say that these are not the  correct names, because if some of the  great musical din c-Cors should learn of  *he wondeil'nl talent we have they  would engage them immediately and  no doubt'(.he "only satisfactoiy piece  they could play would be "Home to  Our Mountain wilh variations.! The  Swede intist is entitled to honorable  mention-for the excellint way in  which he tg.ive- rendeiing of j.- "Der  Pasepall Match." The chairman also  would, cei ta inly : make--mi .* excellent  referee iu a lacrosse or hockey match  ancl the way he imposed lines wuuld  diive a" plain bet-to suicide';--Jiccaitse.h'e  e'ou'.d nt hold .C caiidle to hiin' in'his  way of imposing chaiges.  The poels who have not yet* been  laid lo rest in Weslminstei cathedral  weie represented by Longl'c-llOiv.  The affair was thoiuughly enjoyed  by everybody and when llni fiui was  over everybody letired, expi easing  their best, wishes for a long life and  happiness lo IhenVuly man ied coupU'-  -  Mt. Stephen' Mermaid.  IAILWAY YARD  Personal    Paragraphs   Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  -Daily Rounds.  Chas. V.inret. C. P. K. telegraph  opciator ul Hector, is in town for a  couple of weeks' holiday.  George Biynn, - still inn ngi-iil, of  Innisfail, ou the C. Si Ii., Inn severed  his romit-cliiiii with tin; taihviiy.  Conductor Moi row. of the S. Aj O.  In audi, has returned from an extended  holiday to the east, and has resumed  his duties on lliat line.  The wiecking train went out yeslerday afternoon to Heaver where the  engine of a freight train was derailed-  The expi ess had got past bel'oie the  accident, so that there was no delay of  traffic.  Mr. II. Hamilton Abbott, son of Mr.  Hairy Abbott, of Vancouver, and  general agent oftiie C.P.R. at Victoria  was inni'i'ied in' Portland on Tuesday  to Miss Elizabeth Forsyth Withington,  daughter of Mr. G. JS. Withington, a  prominent Portland banket.  . It is reported, 'says, the''Cranbrook  Herald, upon what seems to be good  authority, that G." H. Richardson,  resident engineer at Cranbrook for the  C.P.R , has received the appointment  of'assistanf city engineer, at Ottawa  to succeed W. S. Cranston, deceased.  The case of John Scnn. news agent,  against the Spokane Falls & Norlhein  load for ������25,000 for the loss of his left  leg last September has been selLled out  of court. Senn was asked by the  conductor, who was si oi-lhunded, (o  assist him intending switches while  ihe engine was on'the Y, five miles  from Nelson." Owing lo the defective  state of the track be was -jolted oif the  engine and fell under the cowcatcher,  losing his left leg near the'knee in  consequence.. The case was settled  for a good round-slim: , ' - -_  "Sa'uityJ!"-MdCen"*siejincI D.an Murphy  re( ur'ned fi oin=-Winn'ipeg,>oii-Suud������y1"'  vi here lhey went'to get pointers on.the  standard rules and regulations" which"  ilie Ciowhas just -adopted. .They  have opened a school of. inslr-iction  for the benefit of the other ��������� trainmen  on the road. Jlr. Murphy has all -the  engineers, firemen,- ��������� conductors and  brakemen from Cranbrook to Kooti-  n iy-L'inding, and  Jlr. McKenzie   has  tiie line east of Cranbrook to Medicine  H.it, and all lhe station agents ou the  Crow. It is estimated that their  sc bonis will last about two months,���������  Ci'.'uibuink  Herald  Lost.���������At the opera house on the  night of thclOlhrU slcelgiuvtovcr--o.it,  with a pair of rubbers and a pair of  kid glovo-j in the pockets. Finder will  oblige bv leaving samo at tlii**. ollice.  Tribute to Purchasing Agent.  One liundred and two million dollars  was Uio amount expound by the late  Mr. A. C. Henry in his capacity of  Cent-rnl Piiichii-.ing Agent I'or the  Canadian Pacific R'tilwuy company,  from IKS! until the time of his death  on the Mid inst. This statement was  prepared by the instructions of Sir  Thomas Hhniigline.SBy and laid before  lhc Directors, ill the last usual monthly  meeting. Tho fact wus also brought  out lhat notwithstanding lhis immen.se  pin-chilling patronage having passed  tlirough his hands, Mr. Henry leaves  a modest estate, scarcely representing  a fail-saving on the salary lie received  an emphatic* tribute to his integrity  and upright dealing.  His rumored about the Canadian  Pacific Railway buildings that * this,  action of the president was In ought  about by a misleading statement of a  city paper, which spoke of the  lucrative position the deceased gentleman held, and also through the  insinuations of a certain firm, which  was unable to dispose of its wares and  meichandise to the company, through  the Purchasing Department and which  complained to the president theieon,  intimating that it"understood that it  was necessary to influence the  Purchasing Agent before such-sales  could be made.  "Stop right there!" Sir Thomas is  reported to have said. * VOur Purchasing Department is composed ol  gentlemen, from ,the chief downwaid,  who have the entire confidence-oi the  executive, and if you cannot make a  sale, that is not the reason."  The policy of the department* is to  favoi' Canadians. ,-/-.���������-,  ~,r What the Press Says. . ,  '-''The';Nana.iriioV'Br~B. ��������� Free Press:  The vocal part of the programme was  also of the first quality. Enid'Martin's  singing will long:be_ remembered by  those--v.'ho ..-heard _rhei\ ,las.u - evening.  She bas'"a remarkably* clear' voice  .which on her low notes- wa.s. specially  thrilling. Trained tinder Mine.  Marchesi in Paris she has attained a  wonderful control of her voice, taking  all her,notcs with tlie greatest possible  care'.  Remember the Enid Martin Concert  on the 26th inst., under the auspices  of-thc Ladies Aid of the PresbyteLian  church.      , i        .  FEBRUARY   seems   to   be   JUNE in-* the Whitewear Section these days.  v. The idea of Buying Summer; Underwear in tlie VVinter time at Winter Prices  has caught on to a much greater extent than ever before ancl the daily  crowds  certainly, give the impression that this pWhitc\vear movement in  February  is  -   appreciated.    Advantages of This Sale are these :��������� '  ....        GREATER ASSORTMENT.        .   NEWEST STYLES.  T   '���������--l-**".*'.-���������'���������-   "   ."Tr^T'W 1NTER?PRICESr"T���������,~  *-"  Blankets an  At Prices  "CUT PRICES' IN-  Ladies' Blouses and Wrappers  Commencing To-day, and throughout tlie entire Month of February, we  promise you a Big Bargain in anything you buy. All VVinter Goods must go  this month.    It pays us to slaughter now.     It must surely pay you.  Down They Go.  Down They Go.  Ladies' and Children's Stylish Jackets.  This Season's very Latest Styles and Shades���������noi a great many left, but what  we have must leave the premises before the Season is over. If you arc thinking  of buying a Jacket. Now is your" opportunity^ as every garment will be  slaughtered, or in other \yords be sold at about half thc value.  MORE INTERESTING NEWS  FROM THE FUR SECTION  Broad choosing from.these Dainty Fur Prices that Women and Girls love to  possess, Garments that carry comfort as well as elegance and style.> These  specials for this month at 40 per cent, reduction on our regular close prices.  Mail  O rders  REID & YOUNG  Promptly  Solicited.  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  Canadian Mounted Rifles Arrive  At    Cape    Town.     Liberty's  Lights Put Out.     Miss Stone  At Liberty Once More.  Capetown-, Feb. 15.��������� The liHiispoit  M.'inh.ittiiii with the lirst section of tho  C.in.idi.ui Mounted Rifle*, h.is arrived  ;it Ciipcloivn.  T-OMio.v. Feb. IT,. -The   llritish  gov-'  eminent    will   lie   nsked    lo    provide  ti.ui-port, to t.-iku lhe Wel-.li settler* Tn  P.Uii-joniii 10 Cm.-idn.  Toronto, l*Vb. 1.1.���������Toronto ,i������ in  d.injiei' ol" ii miI'i ro.il fdtnine ,-ind it is  IV.ired Ll li- IncUuies will Imvce to hhul  down for 11 I'm tiu^hl or so.  Viknna, l*Vb. l.'i.���������A eity newspaper  publish".*. 1111 unconfirmed 'rumor thut  Count TiiImoi is- deud.  LnTi.E Rock. Ark., Feb. l.'i.���������Seven  vneii weie killed nnd 11 seriously  injured hy n. boulder crii.ihinct into it  work Ir.iin 011 the Cheulnw, Okl.ihoi.ji_  and C!nil" railway, 20 milun wesi of this  place.  Oi:smoim>, Ii.wn. Feb. 15.���������The citv  council   will   clo'-e   nil   chinches   anu  theatre*** ami -slop all public gatherings .  until the Miiallpoi: epidemic is over.  N'KlvYmiK, Feb. 13.���������The light on  the statue ot "Liheity," in Saw York  hai hor, will not be. kept going after  Aliiich 1st.  Cmc.uiO, Feb. IS.���������The Pullman Cur  Co. have finished the car "Idler" for  Prince Henry's train.  Pkicix, Feb. 15.���������Ths Anglo-Japan-'  ese alliance, became generally known  in Pekin yesteiday and created a  profound s-ensmion.  Pi'i'l'SnuilG. Feb. 15.���������Klevan men.  three ol whom 111:1 v die, ware injured  yestei'd.iy nl the .Boston Run ��������� colliery,  near "'Poltsville, Pa. The engine was  ���������"tinted the wrong way; and -lhe'-iiikn  were dumped down Llie chute instead  of going down the slope to work.  ��������� Pittstiuho. Feb.* 15.���������Three- trainmen were'killed, four fatally injured  .uid two fi eights badly wrecked as the  result, of an,accident on the Pennsylvania railicmd, a i'������w' mile*- west of the  famous Hoibpshoe'Curve.  Sofia. Feb. IS.���������The ransom for Miss'  Si one, lhe American   missionary  held  by the brigands in Bulgaria,  has .been  paid and she is expected to be liberated  ,it any hour.  Monaco, Feb. 15.���������The Santos- Du-  tilout airship collapsed, when out'at  oea yesteiday near Monaco. He win  rescued u 11 lui it. ' ,      .  .,.B0i;F.\LQ.JFelj.O5.���������Coroner, Bolter,  of, this city, has beeu arrested for  lobbing a dead,hody in the morgue.  Hamilton". Feb. la.^Sixty"thousand  cases of tomatoes have"been shipped  from Hamilton, Ont., this season.  Tohonto, Feb. lo.���������A." S40,000 insurance on the life of King Edward has  been accepted ^by two t Toronto  companies. ' "'"���������  Calcutta, ��������� Feb. 15.���������A despatch  froin Tribute, in the Punjab, says that  the "plague is epidemic and there ate  1,000 deaths a day. _ .  . .'Venice, Feb. 15.���������Trieste, is in the  hand*! of a mob of strikers.  Ciiaklkltown,"     Feb.     15.���������South  Mills, N.C., near Dismal Swamp   has  lieen -burnt.    Four   hundred   families  are homeless. -'    '  -* '' Tabloids  Cooke Bros. Lumber Co. has been  bought out for $1,250,000.  The overdue sugar steamer Folmina  from Java lias arrived at Vancouver.  There.are now 01 patients in the  Montreal small pox hospital.  A bill has passed granting the  Ont'.uio Eleeuie, company pow������r to  build a railwav'from Cornwall to  Toronto:*.' $80001000 will be spent on  the nuclei taking, . _  An ea'rLhquake. shock was felt at  Crand .Forks' au'd olher points in the  Kettle RiverValley Monday.  ThV Y. M. I'.,A.'building at Geneva,  -N.^i-..-��������� w.is-burtied���������Monday.���������-Loss-  $100,000.     - *���������  Two express trains on the Third Ave  elevated railway, New York," were in  collision Monday. Hundreds"of passengers -were on the trains ancl scores  weie injured, but not severely.  Popular   Railway Appointment.  . A Missoula, Mont, despatch dated  Feb. 0th. says: It has been officially  announced that W. F. Buck, foreman  of .the Northern Pacific roundhouse  ami shops at Helena, will succeed F,  F. Bat nes us master mechanic of the  Rocky .Mountain division. This news  is received with delight by the employes of thc division, as Mr. Buck it  one of the most popular men iu the  service. He will arrive here in h short  time to assuiiic the duties of the office.  Mr. Buck worked iu the Missoula  shops during IS06 and 1S9S, going from  here tn the position he now holds. He  is a favorite with all the men on the  division and all are pleased to believe  lhat he is the next man. He is conceded to he one of the ablest men on  the line of the Northern Pacific ���������  Anaconda Standard.  [The Mr. Buck above referred to is  i he* youngest brother of Mr. Lionel H.  Buck, C. K., of this city.]  Curling.     r  Owing to thc soft spell tha ice has  been very sticky for curling* and only  o;ie game in thc Calgary Brewing and  Malting Co's. competition has been  played, in which McRae defeated  Brock.  Two rinks will represent the Revelstoke Club at Sandon on Monday-  skipped by D. Rae and H. A, Brown.  The rinks are not yet made up but  G. B. Brock, Dr. Carruthers, A. E.  Kincaid, XV. A. Foote,. Dr. Coghlin  and E. Edwards will probably ba tha  players.  _ t  r.y..k~\  .  -r  i.  -t  \-  BBMJ ���������if-.;;  - !  H-T'  ; _���������* - I  H  ^^elstdlit l^ralil ami 'jfjnilwaa  1  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Soml-Wecklv JouniHl' publislicl in tlio  interests of ilie railwav men. mining men and  l*ii**ine**s men ol the West. Pays ut riiblicttllt'ii  IVo.lneS'Iity and Saiuidiiy,  ADVKHIISINO   IIATKS.  Hisplav ails.,?l.M per ineli; single eolumn,  ii per fncli when inserted on title page  l.ejul nils., 10 cents per ineh (iionptirii'l) line  l..r lirst Insertion; 5 cents for eaeh additional  insertion. Local notices 10 eents ner line each  issue. ..Birth, Marriage and Death -Notices  free,  SUBSCRIPTION*   HATES.  IH* ninll or carrier, ti per annum;.:(Uio for  six months, strictly in advance.  Ol.'l! JOU DKl'AUT.MKNT.  Isone of the best equipped printing offices in  the Wesi and prepared to execute all kinds of  printing fn llrili*ln������i style at lionc-sl prices,  one price to all. No Job loo large���������none loo  ��������� infill���������for us. Mail orders promptly attended  to.   Ulvc us a trial on your next order.  TO COIIIUlal-OSIlKSTS.  We Invite eorrc-spondenci) on any subject  of interest to the gL-iicitil public. In all cn*-es  lhc bona lido name of Un- writer must aei-nni-  pain- manuscript, but not necessarily ior  publication.  Addles nil communication- to the Manager  "NOriCK TO tOlUlKhl-OSIlKSTS.  1.���������All correspondence musi be legibly  wiilli-n on one side of the paper only.  '-'.���������Corrci'Ondence coiiiiiIiiIiik personal  matter mu-t be. signed with the proper name  <���������> lhe writer.  u   K.tiltOGAS,  lidilor.  know what an agent general is I, these  are the people who, ho says, have a.  system of keeping the old country in  touch with information on the  resources of their provinces, of which  the results are epiite sufticient to prove  its efficiency.  Heavens and earth! do people  actually mean to insinuate that we���������  we the people of British Columbia���������  aro to copy Ontario and Manitoba and  the Northwest. Have not we got a  mining department ��������� at Victoria ?  Have not we got a museum full of  mineral specimens���������at Victoria ? Have  not we got a* bureau of provincial  information���������at Victoria ? Do we not  publish mining reports and provincial  year books and circulate lliem���������in  Victoria? If the people in the old  country or the Stales want to iind out  about these things why don't th������y  come out here and read the reports  and look at the specimens and cotiMilt  the bureau of information .mil gir/.e*  upon the minister of mint*.**;���������in Victoria 'i What more do they want:-  What more can any human being n.*������k  l'or.J  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  The foundation should be laid by buying Real Estate in the new Town of  Situate right at the Doors of all the Famous Fish Creek Gold Mines.  .S.Vl'UItUAY,   I'KllltUAIlY   15, .1002.  FLANAGAN'S   WILD IDEAS.  In a recent issue we published an  account of au interview, which the  Winnipeg Telegram had with Mr. XX'.  F. Flanagan, the honuo i agent for '.he  C. P. R. Mr. Flanagan is an itnpaitial  authority. He knows nothing ahoul  this or that or the other British  Columbian administration and probably cares less. He is not boosting for  Dunsmuir at tlie expense of Martin or  exalting Cotton lo bring Tinner low.  On tbe contrary he damns them all  alike. "British Columbia," ho says,  "spends but littlemoney in advertising  and from' the point ot view of immigration seems to have the idea that  British Columbia is a good place for  the people in it and no one else."  Herein, unwittingly* no doubt, Mr.  Flauagan has bit oil to a dot the lofty,  traditional view maintained at Victoria with regard to the whole outside  world. This province and the fulness  thereof belong by right to those, who  either in their own persons or those of  their foi bears were in it in the good  old days back in the sixt'es. All the  rest of mankind are mere outsiders and  should have the common decency lo  stay outside. Naturally in [an atmosphere impregnated with these ideas,  the notion of advertising the resources  of ihe province is not a very thriving  one.  Mr. Flanagan proceeds, "British  Columbia did not attempt to maintain  representation in London until the  recent appointment of Mr. Turner."  Right here we draw issue with Mr.  Flati'igan. Biitish Columbia maintained a representative in London, at  a salary fully commensurate with liis  dignity and importance, for several  years before Mr. Turner took hold of  the job. The trouble was lhat no such  vulgar idea as advertising the province was ever allowed to be associated  .wilh the oflice. Our agent* general  was kept in London for the sake of the  soothing feeling wliich percolated  gently through tlie Victorian intellect  ~wh"eir_it~reHected_6trihe���������honor���������and  glory of being represented by its own  agent-general at the capital of the  empire, while other provinces were  content to come in under the august  shadow of the High Commissioner for  Canada. At the same time tbe  Herald is willing to admit that from  Mr. Flanagan's low, utilitarian standpoint British Columbia hai not so far  maintained representation in London.  Thi.** is possibly Mr. Flanagan's sarcastic uielhod of putting il that the  representation was no good to Lhe  province. But his sarcasm is beside  the mark. It was not intended lo lie  any good,  Mr. Flanagan in his vulgar hiiMtieas  way points out that there   is   nothing  impossible, nothing startling,  nothing  unhealed of in a province possessing an  efticient   system    of    advertising    it.**  resources in London.    He ha.s the   bad  taste to hold up the mossliack  governments of Manitoba and the  Northwest  Territories to us   as   models   of   what  can be done-   in   this   way  and   what  remarkable results follow, when   it   is  properly and efficiently  done-     Then*  are    foolish     people   who   pei-siib   in  asserting that the Ontario government  has got a mining department compared  with which ours is not one two, three-  seven.    Conceive  the   absurdity!      A  lot of farmers with   a   department   of  mines at all, when we all know British  Columbia is tlie   mining   province   of  Canada!   Would'nt it kill   you?     Ho  too thi* man Flanagan saying that the  j>oor benighted .'grangers of Manitoba  and the Northwest, who have no agent  yenoral at all. mind   you! , tlo'nt   ovffn  A Tribute to Mr. Macintosh,    j  The following is from ihe Colonial I  Goldiields Gazette, published in l.on-.  don, I'Jiigland: j  "Newspapers publi������h������d al Hossland  have been taking sides over the burning question as lo whether it is or is  not desirable lhat the Hon. (J. II.  Mackintosh should be appointed  Canadian Adviser to the Ln Roi  mining company. Mr. Mackintosh's  appointment is opposed on the grciuid  lhat be. does not possess the necessary  technical knowledge of milling. To  our mind the point is immaterial.  What is essential i������ that some gentleman should be appointed to see thai  the mine is run in thc true interests of  its proprietors and it is desirable that  the supervision should be carried out  by a gentleman of high standing and  integrity aud who possesses an intimate knowledge of British Columbian  mining matters. Those qualifications  are possessed by Mr. Mackintosh ancl  it is because we know of no one else so  well qualified to advise tbe London  board that we have strongly supported  Mr. Mackintosh's candidature*. We  still think the Le Itni company should  avail itself of Mr. Mackintosh's services if thai gentleman i* willing to  give them."  Why He Didn't Jump.  Here is one that a young umn who  knows a good si ory when he hears it  heard one railroad man tell another in  a depot up the line the other day:  "XVe picked up a nuw Irishman  somewhere up the country nnd set him  to work brakin' on a construction  train at three cents a mile for wugei.  Ono day when him an' me was on the  train she got away on one o' them  mountain grades and the first thing  we knciwed she was flyin' down tbe  truck at about ninety miles an hour,  with nothin' in sight but the ditch and  the happy huiitin' grounds when we  come to the end. I twisted 'em down  as hard as 1 could all along the tops  ancl then of a sudden 1 see Mike  crawlin" along towards the end of one  of the ears on all fours, with his face  the color of milk. I thought he was  getfcin' ready to jump an' 1 see his  finish if he did.  " 'Mike.' 1'snys. 'for God's sake don't  jump.'  ���������'He clamps his finger* on the  l���������unllin, board to give hirn a* <:hanc������a to  turn round and,   lookin'   nt  me   con-  SOME FACTS:   f/JSiS  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to the mouth of the big  5,000 foot' tunnel on the Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR OPPORTUNITY id now io buy at thc  bottom figures and you will-get tlie advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  INVESTIGATE AND YOU WILL BE PREPARED TO TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN A FEW DAYS.  More Facts ?R0M '"ft*0 ^  ��������� VBVI  **  .1    CAV-1.-9  hour8   walk     W1H  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott' Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby-g'rbupp; and a ho������t of  other properties that will advertise' the Fish Greek  Camp, in B, 0. . ,  :  THIRTY minutes . walk   will  take   you   to the  Famous Eva, Imperial'and OyBter Groups.  F. B. LEWIS,  local agent;  revelstoke, b.c.  -tern ptuous._a nswi-rs :_. _ . __j  ���������' 'Jump, is it.    Do yez think  I'd   be  nfther jumpin'  an  is fast as f am?" "  Provincial Board of Health  Regulations for Dealing With tho Outbreak of Smallpox at the Town  of Fernie, East Kootenay.  Approved By Hie Honour the Lieutenant*.  Governor ln Counoil, the 17th Day  of January, 1902.  HEALTH ACT.  OS ACCOUNT of the outbreak  of  small-pox  in the Town of  Fcruie   it is Hereby pro-  clHlincil:���������  1.���������Tlint the town is in ft state ot quarantine  until limber nonce.  2.���������That no person shall he allowed to leave  the town under any circumstances whatsoever  3.���������That all meetings in churches, lodges 'ind  schools and otLer publicgatheringsarehereby  prohibited. ���������*  ���������4.���������That no person shall uvder any circumstances hold anv conversation whatsoever  witn any person quarantined, and no person  miller quarantine shall attemnt to break same  or communicate with any outsider.  5.���������Anv hotel-keeper, lodging-house keeper  or lioiiseholdersuspeeting, knowing, or having  good reason to believe lliat anyperson residing  upon or frequenting his premises is ill o  suffering from a rash of any descrlptiou, shall  at once noiify the Medical Health Officer,  giving the uaiiieand occupation of. and other  particulars necessary to properly Identify such  person.  6.���������Anv person having a rash on his body  shall noiify the Medical Health Ofiicer on the  first appearance of the same  7���������under authority of the "Health Act," it  is hcrebv declared that all and every person  not having a certilicate of recent successful  v cciuatioiida'ed within one year, and further  not being able to give proof of same to_lhe  satisfaction of the Medical Health Officer,  shall be at once vaccinated.  S.��������� fter a period of seven (7) days from this  date anv person refusing to present to any  public oiHcer who'may demand it, proof of  vaccinition, shall be liable to the prescribed  penalties under the "Health Act." .)  Penalties under the "Health Act" :���������  A nvperson'who violates any oi'the provisions  of this Proclamation is liable to a tine of flOO  and to 16) ������ix monihs' imprisonment.  Dated at Victoria this 16th day of January  A.D., IVti.  TIME TABLE  S.S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between Arrowhead. Thomson's  Landing and Comaplix, commencing October  Mth, 1901, will sail as lollowfi, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson'a Lauding  and Comaplix twlcedally���������10k. and 15k.  Leaving Comaplix and Thomson's Landing  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:15kand*!:45k  Making close connections with all C. P. K.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reservo the right to change times  of sailings wllhout'notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  -     18U8.   II.    No. 17.  In the Supreme Court of British  Columbia:  BETWEEN:  CHARLES HOLTEN, et al, Plaintiffs,  and  FRANK VANDALL *fc MILi-IE BLACK,  Defendants.  TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the Order of  Hon. Mr. Justice Martin made in the above  action and dated January 22ud, 1902. there will  be offered for Bale at PUBLIC AUCTION by  James Taj-lorat thc office ot the undersigned  at Revelstoke, B. C , on SATO RDAY,- the  Twenty-Second day of February, lSKW, at the  hourof Twoo'clock in the afternoon. AU aud  singular those certain parcels of land situate  in the < ity of Revelstoke,- B. U. aud more  particularly described as Lots Number 9* and  10,' Block 40, Plan 619.  On  said  property  is  erected a   good two  storey frame dwelling '  lhe said property wil) be sold subject as to  said Lot 9 to the rights of John A.Mara', his  heirs or assigns, and subject to thc incumbrances charged against the said premises  particulars of which may be obtained from  .Frederick Fraser, Esq., Receiver appointed by  said Order, or from  HARVEY, McCARTER <fc PINKH4M,  Plaintiffs' Solicitors.  Dated 29th January, A D..1902.  CriARLE' J. FACTA"N,        ~  m������ makm   inone-y ! Secretary of ike Provincial Board of Health.  , By Command,  J. D. PP.ENTI-E,  Acting Provincial Secretary.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  EASTBOUND   WESTBOUND.. .  SOUTHBOUND.,  8:20  8:10  NOTICE,  TAKE NOTICE that CO days after date I  intend to apply to theChlcf Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from -the following des-  crltwd lands:*!  Commencing at a post marked Soger V.  Perry's southeast corner post "itnaie about 200  feel from Scolt Creek, thence west 40 chains;  th'ni'e norlh IM) chains; ihcnce cast 40 chains;  tlicnce "outh li>0 chaiiix, to the placw of com*  mcnc<*nn.*nt; containing 610 acres.  -ROGER V. PERRY.  Goldfields. B. C, Oct 17_.h,190I.      Nov. 6-lf,  Mortgage Sale.  UNDER AND BY-VIRTUE ofthe powers cou-  * tained in a certain mortgage which will  be produced at the time of.salc, tliere will be  offered bv PUBLIC AUCTION by James Taylor,  at iheotheeof tha undersigned at Revelsloke,  .-i.C, on Saturday, thi. twenty-second day of  Februarv, A D., 1902, at the hour of two o'clock  in the afternoon, the following properly,' vie:  * portion of the North-West Quarter of Seel ion  Ten (10), Township Twenty-Three (23), Range  Six (6), West of the Sixth Meridian, containing  by admeasurement 138 and 61-100 acres more or  less. Said propertv being situate near Craig-  ellaehie, th'e District of. Yale, B. C. On the  property are one frame building and barn.  For terms and conditions of sale apply to   HARVnY7-McCAR-i-ER-<$--PINKHASIr=���������  of Revelstoke, B. C,  Solicitors for Mortgagee.  Dated at Revelstoke, Jan. 28th, 1902.  FltliU BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS.  FIRST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION'.  HEATED^ BY HOT. AIR.  REASONABLE HATES.  Hotel Victoria  Brown & Querln, Props.  ELECTRIC BRliLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  HOURLY STREET CAR  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  DAK WELL JBUPPLIKI) BY THE CHOICW-T  WINES,   T.IQUOHS AND CIGAR8    ...".'..  &   COY;  Wholesale 'ind Retail Dealers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.    - MUiTON.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  SAUSAGE.  lETOTIOE  NOTICE���������That sixty days after date I intend  to apply to thc Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  ���������Jit! acres of laud situate nn the Northeast Arm  of Arrow Lake, in the District of West Kootenny B.C., and de-crlbed us follows:  Commencing*from S.W. corner of Lot 1141,  thenco North astronomical 'JO chains; theuce  West 80 chains; thencu Ponth Uo  chains au-          . . ;h-  Easterly l������ point of commencement.  proximately:-  thence    12IHI    chains    North  TOURIST CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL  Sundays,   Wednesdays, Fridays.  Montreal and Boston���������   FRIDAYS  Toronto���������  ....SUNDAYS,  ....and   WEDNESDAYS  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE thai sixty days alter date I  Intend to apply to the Chief Cotninlvioner  nf Lands and Works for i-erinls-iion lo pur  chase a p������rc������l of land described as follow-:  Commencing at a post marked Allci* Perry's  No. 1 Post; thence west 'JO chain*; thence  North 40chalns; thence East 20chain*; then.e  Ron th 40 chain*, to point of commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of It.  F. I'crrj's pre-emption following McKenzie'*  North-West Line, containing about SO acr������s,  more or ies.  Hold fields, Nov. 27,190!.  ALICE PERRY.  r>eC4-l:n  Passengers ticketed to all points  at lowest rates.  DIRECT STEAMSHIP SERVICE  From Vancouver to���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full information and   particulars Apply  toNcarest C.I'.R. Agent.  T. W. Bradshaw,      E, J. Coyle.  Agent  bevelstoke.  Assist. Oen.  Paa.enger agent  Vancouver.  N  ���������ETQTIOIE  OTICEIs hereby given lhat 30 days alter  date. I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for perml-islon  to cut and carry away timber from ihe following described lands:���������Commencing at a post  at the south-east corner of Roger ������. Perry's  pre-emption, marked "Southeast corner of  timber limit applied for by F.J. OoMsmlth";  thence west 40 chains; thence north IW chains;  thence cast 40 chains to Fish Creek; thence  following themeanderinun of Fish Creek 1(50  chains to point of commencement; containing  OK) acres, moro or less.  F. J. OOLD'-IMITII  Thomson's Landing, October lfith, 1901.  ZETOTIQIE.  TAKE NOTICF. that CO days after dale I  intend to apply to the Chief Commlsslon-r of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing* at a post marked "E. McAdams'  ' o. 1 Post," situate close to the old line of  Hill A: lirantford's pre-emption. Fish Creek,  thence north 40 chains, then;? west 20 chains,  thence south 40 chains, ihence east 20 chains  to jKiint ot commencement.  Ooldfields. Jan. 18th, 19V2.  E. McABA.f  eb. 5���������tf  FKKP. RQBEXSOK.  r-.ts.Si-F.NK, Age t.  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  'W<5 have purchasers for all kinda of metalliferous mines and prog-  pj;:fcs. and desire to hear from prospectors and.others having property  for s-ile. * ._���������-'���������' :  Our facilities for.making quick sales are unrivalled..  ' Siud in rep jrts; also samples of ore for exhibition at pur Office.    -  0Box.7O>  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.  Neleen, B. O.  Certificate of Improvements.  3STOTIOE  Butte, Silver How and Black Diamond  Mineral Claims, % tuate In the Lardeau Mining  Division of West    ootenay District.  Where Locatori: Near the Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.  TAKK NOTICK that I, A. P. Cummins, as  Ajjcnt for the Double Kagle Mining and Development Company, Limited, uf Ferguson,  B.C, l*ree Miner's Certificate No. :il,Ml,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, 10  apply to the Mining Pecorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And > urthcr Tako Notice tbat action, undo.  Section ;i7, must be* commenced beforo the  issbanee of such Certilicate  of Improveinenls  Dated this twenty-third dayof January, A.1).  1S02.,  A.I'. CUMMINH..P.L.8.  Feb. 0���������tf  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL II.,       IMPERIAL FRACTION  AHD 8URPRI8B MINERAL CLAIM*.  S!T ATF. IN THF. ny.VKLSTOKB MINING  Division of West Kootenay District.  Where Located; On Keystone Mountain,  Big Bend, near Downie Creek.  TAKK NOTICF. that I, 0<*������. 9. McCar'.er  acting as agent for J. D.ilraham, Frfe Miner'!  Certificate- No. D. :i72l and forW. H.VIckers.  Free MtnerVCertldeate No. 60821,' inlend 60  davs irons tbe date hereof to apply to ths  Mining Keeorder for Certificates of Improve-  moots Ior tho purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of theabovo claims.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE tbat- action  under Section 87, must be commenced before  the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. -:;  Dated this lOlhdayef February, A.D. 1902. '  Feb 12-tf Geo. 8. MoCetrtar.  H.-0.-PARSON,^rre8ldent.--  -i���������= "���������=������������������JJ=��������� M^J-O'BRIKKfManaglng-Director���������  me Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Coi  .Limited Liability.  , " .-     ..-:.:'.       j.  .    . .'      '"       '      .     ^. ' * -'" .      .* ' *  ' *   Carry a lull and complete line of J  Sebtoh and Rye Whiskies, Boandiea, Rums, j*  H6lland, Old Tom, London Dry.and Plymouth OJna,  Ports, Shorlos, piarets, Ohampacno, LJquero  Imported and Domestic Olffars.  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E&������������S*S������������������������f39<^^  THE CITY EXPRESS  '   E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels,* baggage, ete.  to any cart of tbe eity  Any Kind of Transferrins  Undertaken  i-iiti- ���������  it  J''!  AU * orderi left at R. M. Smythe's Tabaeaa  tore, or by Telephone No.7 will recelte prompt  ttentlon. ...       -, ���������,' .' --    ,     .  Jas.. I: Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  ;,Beef, E?ark,  Mutton', Etc,  EUhijwd.GMWt bLSMMa....  All oiden promptly filled.  ^i&S&S. RBYBM������0IB/B.������.  ���������ST  '*'**i  >-\t  rt.  '*������������������*>  ���������**&  if  'Mil  ,'Srm  m  '*������i  Mil  r 1  uka  t ; m  m  ���������-~-.it  4  f"-r '  i     L  h f h������ orthwestern Development Syrcdica le  UMITED  Capital: 1(1,0(10,000 lu 1,000,000 Shares.   Par vulue $1.00 eaeh.  All Treasury Stock.     No Promoter's and no Preferred Stock.  Large Veins Free-Milling Gold Ore  First Allotment.    200.000 Shares now offered for 50c. a share.  ANDREW F..ROSENBERER,  Secretary, P.O. Box.700, Nelson, D.C.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Oliicial  Brokers, lievelstoke, B.C.  ���������  from the  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo ���������Lot  '     BUY BEFORE'YOU SLEEP.     ' "    '    *  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via the 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.        ...       '-.   ���������"���������   .  Which will be utilized next Season by .Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE-GENERAL.AGENT,r ;  ,g;b. batho,  Ferguson, B. O.  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A SPECIALTY  -i^.-tid-'t't-l***!**********.!.**^***  PELLEW-HARVEY,  HerraEd Job Office  FRONT STREET.  NAME...  Is better than riches  Wc have the name of making  the onlv Stvlish Sults-ia Tow n  ���������Ior durability and quality  tbey also excel.  .TRY ONE  R. S.WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  First Class Dry Wood  , deliveredin nny length .  fov Ousli.'  BRYANT & GiLMAN  Mining Engineers  ancl Assaycrs  VASCOUV1.R, B.C.      Es.lnbllihcill8.10   g  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Tosti mado lip to 2,0()01bs.  A upeL-lulty mude ol checking Smeller  I'lllllS.  fen in pies from llie Interior hv mail or  express promptly intended to." <S  Correspondence solicited.] jft  VANCOUVER, B. C. |  ��������� oS  ���������f**I-'T*'f*l'*f*T'*T-':f'>I*'T'*I-*|.>f*T-*f^-^<*f^^>'f^.i}.1.^.  e*  Successor to D. Jenkins,  Manufacturers of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing- of Boots, Shoes  and Harness, a Specialty.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords,  BEST WIKES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  APPLY TO  erraag  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B A., LL.H. '  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Notary  First Ktreet, lievelstoke.  Money to loan.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  ,  '   The  choice  land  nortli   of track,  between Tapping's and Long's, will   .  be subdivided for sale as soon as  possible. .  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA;   B. C  P. O. Box, 425.  Public,   Etc.  ..���������"Is.thei recognized organ for nil the latest mining new-s* of North  Kootenay. Particular attention -is paid to securing early and reliable  infoYligence'froni the newly discovered Free Milling Gold Camps on Fish  Biver arid frbmthe.placer and quarts, mines of tho Big Bend and district,  in the immediate activity of Bevelstoke, such as Illecillewaet, Albert  .Canyon, Jordan Pass and Is.iac Creek. Next stjuson will witness' ������ big  iivivallof,certai^ty"'tiiroughout North Kootenivy," ���������ind liiining'-'burn'and  otheife desirous of gaining the earliest and ninsfc' authentic news fiiow**.', the  district--will; find .the.columns of. the HKRALD their��������� best, swumce oi  information; -,  . ^ .     . Railway. News is also a Specialty_,of the HERALD and arifcles of  special interest.to Railway mon will also'be found in its columns.  1^ M ADVERTISING MED111M \  THE HERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  ,;  and the class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in the district.   It  \  appears twice.to any other paper's once a week and is found in the homes  of the wage-earning classes, the luickbone of the- business of thc district.  Bus'neMmen want their announcements to reach thc home people who  have the money to take-advantage of their offers and tho homes and  families' Which render it'necessary for thorn tu spend it.   No otfher class of  circulation is of any use to them.   These are thc kind of people who make,  op,a big'proportion of our  Subscribers,'  people  with  homos,. families,  employment and interests right at home,  the people Revelsloke mercli-  anUT want to get at.   A space in our advertising columns, jixliciously and  thoroughly utilised, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every home in  ReTelstoke, and in the Railway ai.d Mining points,' tributary to Revelstoke business. ,'  -lathe completest in"the district for appiitmcas,, niaterial and  Craftsmen. Our "work speaks for itself. No other-- /office" in North  Kootenay can touch it, because'we not only have the toi >ls' 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 the times.  JJAKVEY, M'CAKTEt'& PINKHAM  Barristers. Solicitors. Etc^  Solicitor*, for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds loloau Ht8 percent.  First Street, Kevelsioke B. C.  .CHURCHES*-  ,    . METHODIST cnURClt, r.EVELSTOKK,     "     . ,  Preaching" services at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in  Class meeting at tho close of the morning  her*, ice. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 3:1*  Weekly Priiver meeting every ' Wedne-day  evening at 7:30. The public arc ' cordially  Invited.   Seatslree..  '   .    . ,    Kev. O. Ladkep., Pastor. ���������  -  SI. PETER 8 CHURCH, ANGLICAK.  Eight a.m., Holy Kucharist; 11 a.m., ma .-.is,  itany mid sermon (Holy Eucharist tlrst Sunday in-ihe month); 2:Ko   Sunday   Hchool, or  children's service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  serinoiiT���������Holy-Days���������The-IIoly���������Ench ari!,t-is  celebrated nt < u.m. orS a.m , as denounced.  Holy Baptism alter Sunday School it3:15.  j c. a. l'KOcDMi'it. Rector.  PRESBYTEIIIAN-  CUURCII.  Bervicecvory Sunday at ll'a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to whicli ail are welcome. Prayer meeting at  8 p. m. every Wednesday. , *  Rev. W. C. Calder, Pastor,  ltOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.   <  Mass   at 10:30 a. m.,  on  first,- iccond aud  fourth Sundays in the month.  KEV.   FATIIER   THAYER.  SALVATION   AllMY.  Meeting every night In their Hall fin Front  (treel.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tucsda.s of each month; White Rose Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellow b.HhII.   Visiting brethren welcome  HY. EDWARDS,  Hon. Secretary.  G. E. Gl:OGAN.  President.  BEAUTIFUL  Express Delivery  ' All orders ' left at"'W.-. M.  Lawrence's will -be 'j_ promptly  attended to. ���������"   .  H.' Cook.--   *  Revelstoke: RiakCo., Ltd.  "Skatingeverv afternoon and evening  from  3 to 6 aiid Irom-8 to 10. . ���������  Tho Public are invited to visit the Rink; no  charge being made for Spectators.  'A chnrgo'of 25c.rwlll be made for skating. ;in  the alicruooii Indies or children l.'ii*.  Season Tickets maybe purchased nt tho rink.  Ladles $3 50,'' Gcnilcmen ?i>. \ Children t-lL  Good for skating'afleriioon and" evening, except spcciul events such as Carnivals, .Hockey  Matches, etc/  '  ��������� ���������Hockey- Practices.-^*-���������-, -  SENIORS���������Mondays,, Fridays nnd Saturdays  from 10 to 11. lYcdiiesilays, from  7 to 8.  JUNIORS���������Tiic-sdnjs Irom in lo 11, and Weil-  -   '' ncsdaj's from 7 to 8. t  LADIES���������Tuesdays from 2 to 3.  Curling every afternoon and evening.  MOUNTAIN VIEWS  Nov ready-at my Studio,'views  .of lievelstoke and vicinity.' Also  tele-jhoto views of all the peaks  visible from the city. " They will  be upon permanent platinotype,  the finest photographic paper procurable and absolutely permanent,  size ixi, 25c, size 4x6, 50c. Send  these lo your relatives and friends '  for the New Year and they will  have something of a true aitistic  value. Tlie Studio veill remain  open this evening till 22 o'clock.  E F  An American exchange says:  "Western lines face nn embarrassing  nituation in the dearl.li of married  section men. Operating officials have  dune their host, but they ate unable  to cope with the problem. Sober, in-  diisti-iniinsiiiglunien aro still abt.i_n.imie  but thoy won't do. "This is a case,"  an operating oliicial said, "wliere  the frying pan triumphs over brainy,  .���������mil to be linne������t, we'io up against  it."  It i.s l't'iilly the .Mrs. Section Boss  that is wanted. In Montana there aro  great stretches ol' line, each divided  into fivo and six mile sections, in  charge of a bos* and crew. Each has  its section boss, where the wife of tbe  boss hoards the men.  During thc winter many section  I Kisses have found other work, and  there is no one to cook in the section  house.-.. "Wages have heen advanced,  but it has been found impossible to  keep married men on some of the  sections. Tlie Montana Central haa  wired to St. Paul for men, stating that  there is great difficulty iu keeping up  tliu crows.  Only four men have buen secured in  St. Paul. Others have applied for  .jobs, but were unable to meet, the  requirements, Competent unmarried  men were available, but without  wives they are useless. With wages  of .**!5o a month and house rent free it,  has been found impossible to secure  the right men. As a result of the  famine many section houses have been  closed and the men have been aent to  adjoining section houses, at great  inconvenience. In other cases single  men have been compelled to fry nnd  bake for the common good, and  constant complaints and frequent  resignations have resulted.  Little improvement in thc situation  is looked for until spring.  Van Home and Cuba.  What   the   great     transcontinental  railroads  of   America   did    for    the  United States, whatthe trans Siberian  railway is doing for Asia and what  the "Cape to Cairo" line will do for  Africa, will be accomplished for Cuba  by   the  new   Cuban   railroad now in  process   of  construction.     The   main  line of this great railroad* system will  be   completed   in   tho  early summer  and  extends   from   Santiago through  the centre of tlie island to the port of  Nipe, in the province of Santa Clara,  a distance of over three hundred and  fifty   miles.     Six   thousand   men are  now  regularly   employed   in various  kinds   of  construction   work   on the  Cuban railroad.- The railroad in construction, rolling stock and equipment  generally; is thoroughly modern, and  up to date," will run over steel bridges,  and will, when   completed,' compare  favorably   with   any    transportation  system in   tha   United  States.     The  master spirit of the  Cuban railroad ii  Sir William Van Home, the builder of  , the Canadian Pacific railway, the most  difficult feat of railroad building ever  recorded.    A most remarkable feature  is found in the fact that   Sir   William  Van Home bas gone ahead, planned  and   built  his   railroad,   incidentally  investing  millions   upon   million   of  .dollars, without a .franchise from the  SOCIETIES.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  vJRepular meetings nre held In thc  Oddfellow's Hall on tho Third Fridav of each month, at K p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  A. .1 .ll.N'SON. W.M  W. G. BIRNEY, Rec.-Scc.  )  t  i  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven years  nt  Morfa  Works,  Swansea.    17   years  Chief  Chemist to Wignn Conl and Iron Co.,  Eng.  Late Thermit and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims cxamiued'ond reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.S2 PER YEAR,, IM ADVANCE.  Mt���������������������������������  NEW YEAR'S^CAKES !  NEW YEAR'S CAKES !  FRUIT, PEEL,  GROCERIES  For people who like  to make lheir own  Cakes.  PLENTY OF MILK    *  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison^ your systems  usingjCondcnsed Milk, done  up in old rusty tin cans?  when you can buy pure  SALMON ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  NOTICE OF" ASSIGNMENT  government. Tlie Foraker resolution  prohibited the grantingof franchise by  the" provincial government of Cuba  and the Van Home projectors concluded to invest their nioney and trust  to tho gratitude of the' people. Accordingly they asked no grant nor  special privileges, but simply secured  the approval of tho president nnd  secretary of war. Tho company haa  purchased vast tracks of land ia tha  central and eastern provinces of the  islxtid including splendid pasture and  ngricullui'iil land. Upon all these  tracts colonies will be established, and  thus the compnny will, on the one  hand cioate business for its railroad  system, while, on the other, it will  employ thc railroad system to develop  the natui'.il resources of Cuba.  H  eeTward  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Kefaired.  JUST EAST OF PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCH  Third Street.  A. N. SMST!  In Stock...  TO   LET  Cott*j_c,   lorner  Fourth  Street and Orton  I Avenue:     For particulars apply    10   D.   F.  Foebej, The MoUons Bank. Dec 23-tI  A* Warehouse lull ol first-class  Quality   .....  Wheat,     ,-       Oats,  Short,       Bran,  Hay, Coal.  Prices away down Ior Spot Cash.  3. C. HUTCHISON,  NOTICE Io IIEItEItY GIVEN tlmt Henry J.  Ilourne, of Kevelstoke, UritiHli Columbia, and  I*rank II. ljourno, of Nakusp.Hrltlnli Columbia,  carryinir on business at Uevelmoke, Naku.sp  nnd New Denver as Genera] McrcliniilH, under  the firm mime ot Ilourne Urollicrs, have by  deed Hated the 10th day of January, 1002,  assigned nil their and c ach of llieir real aud  personal property which may be f-elzcd and  hold undercxecution, for the general benefit  of creditors to Frederick Busconibc. of Haro  street, Vancouver, Merchant,' and Arthur  William Johnston, of WaterStrcct, Vancouicr,  Merchant.  A meeting of the creditors ii hereby called  fof Monday, the 2l)th day of January, 1902, nt  the ho ir of 4 p. m. at the office of .Messrs. S.  Grcenshields Son & Co., Water Street, Vancouver.  All creditors arc required to file willi Arthur  William Johnston, one ol the Assignees, full  particulars of thcirclaims and thc nnturc ol  thoir fecuritics, If nny, held by them, and  notice is hereby given that after the first da-  of April the Assignees will proceed to distribute th 2 assets am ng the creditors, of whose  debts or claims they shall have received  notice, and that they will not be responsible  for th i asset" or any part thereof .so distributed  to any creditor ot whose debt or claim they  shall not then have received notice.  Dated this 14th day of January, A.D., 1902.  DAVIS, MARSHALL & MACNEILL,  Solicitors ior the Assignees.  Stealing Intercolonial Passes.  A   Quebec desp-itch  says:   An   employe   of thc  mechanical department  of     the      Intei colonial -"railway     at  Riviere du Loup  is  a  fugitive  in   tbt  United   States.    lie   is   charged  with  purloining   passes   from   the     official  pass book, filling  them   in,   and   then  selling them to uny person   he could  find to purchase them.   Tht* number  of passes taken up  hy the conductors  on the different trains were so largely  out of proportion  to the   usual issue  that the passenger department lomi  tima ago investigated, with  the result  lhat it was discovered that passes not  authorized by the   proper  authorities  vpre issued   from   the   office  uf   th*  mechanical department.     One of the  officials, a married man with a family,  who evidently learned of the investigation,   suddenly took his departure  and   crossad   to  the   United    States.  Since  his  departure   thirteen  stolen  blank   passes   that   were   afterward*  filled in and forged were traced to him  by   parties   who   state that tbey pur*  chassd them from him,  i xi\  t-l p
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May bo.math, in wi'iiring
Dnt your greatest mist.-ike will
lie nrule in not Wi'nring mil*.
Tln*y nro 11 groat pri'veiil.al.ivi*
of cnltl null nobody shuulil bo
wil.liiuit ono whon they run
get thorn so cheap'al. llio
All Sizes and Prices.
Won thoui in our window,
.loiiNso.v���On lhe J Uh inst. to j\lr. and
-Mis. A. .Johnson (win*,, both girls.
in   llu*
"*-*��� **'~.; --*r*,-__*ct,^B**(>|*iiE"����
��*-   DO YOU WANT���
&^ L-UfviBES
HE       rubbers
ins   boon   away   in
nud   letiiiuoil   lliis-
I   Insl
T. B. Hill iif   V.iiici-iiivt-r,
city today.
A.   10.  Kint'iiid
Sealtie ibis   week
Mrs. Kobinsnn of   (.olili'ii    who
boon visiting friends in I he city left for
her home Wednesday morning.
��� New Chennile Ourtiiin.-and
l "overs at lteid A: Youngs.
The oliicial census Hgtiri'*..*ire
declared and lievelstoke i-. put
nt ii ruiiiiil HUH) of a popul.-ilinn.
Tin: Doininion Pai-lininenl, iiponei
on Tlmi.-ilsiy, The 15, C. leiiWnlim
iiii't*l.s nex:, Tliiii'.-iliiy, 2*)lli in-t.
���-Fresh Lei ;��'.;<���   now   in   ��.'   C
liunie iv t'o's.
Tlifre was a   l,ngt*   iui'i-fii.-e   in
lr.iinber     of     eases    .if    measles
Thursday, and tin-schools were  closed
Thos 5',-iylor, M.P.I'., is expected in
tomorrow and will be in town all day
.Monday before going on to thc opening
of the legislature.
��� Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.
E. A. Bradley returned from the
Ulue Jay ou Wednesday with a most
favorable report of the state of alfairs
at the mine.
To-morrow, First Sunday in Lenl,
services will be .'is usual in SI. Peter'*,
church at S and 11 a. m and 7:30 p.m*
Rev. C. A. Procunier oiViciating.
���Fresh Groceries at A. N.   Smith's.
R. Gordon is leaving this evening
for Vancouver to attend the funeral of
IM rs. Gordon's mother, JMrs. L'uidelle,
the. sad news of whose death was
received yesterday.
���The Goddess of Fashion never
dreamed of a man attired in a more
trim and perfect fitting dress suit than
the ones we are milking for $12.00.
Cressman, the Art Tailor.
���Just opened new Tapestry Table
Covers at Reid A; Youngs.
The next rehearsal of the cantata
Esther will tako place in the Methodist
church on Thursday Feb. 20th at S p.
in. Anyone wishing to take part wil'
please attend.
The junior hockey team are talking
obout taking np a challenge from
Kamloops, which thn seniors have
turned down. The game is to be
played here on Tuesday, if the challenge is.accepted.
���Fresh eggs at A.X. .Smith's.
���Travelling clothing men are always
miking about selling thirty to ioily
dollar suits for iiftesn dollars. That is
liberal, but there are lots more of i*;old
brick propositions. See our $12.00
suits and iSH.OO trousers to order.
CVesstuan, the Art Tailor.
The school board held a special
meeting Thursday evening and
decided to close the schools owing to
the spread of the epidemic of measles.
During the enforced vacation the
rooms will be thoroughly fumigated
and the pit system put in.
���OnI>- one nib"I^vVek~6f"binrgiiiiT*rin"
Boots and Shoes. Do'nt miss this
opportunity to save money, at C. B.
Hume A: Co's.
F. McCarty. G. S. MeCarter and. A.
MrKae form the delegation, which is
io proceed to Ottawa to urge thc claims
of the Big Bend district on the Federal
government. They will leave for the
capital sometime next week
have lately  imported
choicest  varieties i*f
ibove   in   hiiik,   antl
;ire selliiit;- at
'5(. pef 'i
We are selling them off at a liberal Discount.        ;
You will find Our Store the Best Place to Buy. ;
Our Prices arc reasonable and our goods cannot*;
be excelled.
��* -
Union-Ma3e Overalls
Boots and Shoes.
In  large and selected variety.     Ladies come and
inspect our stock before buying elsewhere.
We have a   large new shipment of  the favorite
and  reliable "KM PRKSS SHOE" for Women""
just coming in; they cannot be beaten for Style,
Comfort and Wearing Qualities.
���.._*��������� mm
Sjj>*2 Don't Forget tha-k We Always Carry a Complete Stock ~^g
af House Furnishings.
of all  kinds
just opened up.
A set of
from   the   Foley factory ln
England, will suit you.
Hockey Skates
G-IElSriEIR^.H,    IsdlBI^OiaZ^ISrTS..
��� Ivies nf I'lioto Tliill'in**.
1". c.     Very .Ncui-il l>c-
1 nuiVc nil
Ilriioulie**, 1'iiis
I copy nny photograph ni tr.it*. pi-.
You siiolllil  cull   wllliout delay 1111
sll fur-owe uf tlm-ii* popular
gSS*- ll einember !
ii limited limu.
I will lie here only
S-TfniO:      TAYI.OK llLOCI?.
. II O'l 0U.L-.A I'll lilt.
Applications foi* l liu pi ..-.it ion of City
Puniulkeepor. .���iiliU't'B'-i'iI to tin? imder-
i-igiioil. unil ciidurauil "I'.iiindicL'i'p.'r.''
will lie reci-iveil up lo noon on Friil.-iy
Keliiiriiry 2lsL, tin* sncc-t'ssfiil iipplic-itiL
nnisL furnif.li bond**, in llio sum of !j!S0.
C. I*:. His.'.w.
Uilv Cli'i-k.
A Vernon View of It.
Tiio Voi-non lr.n-ki'y fliili ivi'iit to
Kuvi'IsLuki* l.-ist u'l-fk io pl.iy tin* tf.un
of Ih.'iL pluci' ;i fi-ii'iiilly K'Uin*. ninl llu*
niiilili look pl.iff on YWiliu\-il:iy evening. Ki'vi-lsldUi' pul in iIn* Mi'.-l. (lonl.
mul then tin? "N'itiiciii Imys nm ilown lo
work iinO put, in livi* ^oils in r.ipid
succession, leaving ilu- -enn*, nfli'i Llie.
lirst half, live Loum* in f.ivoi-nt \'ei-non
In Ihe M*i*(inil Inilf llie li'evelnl nke leain
I'Ciili'/.iiiB Lli.'it tlii'y Ini'l <t t'l-ol Ly linici
pi-opnsiiiini iihfitil nl lliem, iniiiiiieiici'd
Lo piny very loujilily, as eviileiK-ed by
tin* imiiiniii' in which Hid Vernon boy.s
knocked mil from Lime Lo time.
HeveNloI.e. Learn siucerdeil in
,. in two more goals, making Lhe
.-fore three to live in favor nf Lhe
Vernon boy.-*,. The frequent expies^iuus
of di-approval by the Hevel.-Loki-r.*-
bhnwctl that, lhey iliil not like the
manner in whiih a number of their
men weie slabbing right and left.���
piaying "shinny" instead of hockey���
and" on'Lhe following day the Vermin
liovi** were greeted on all sides with
weirds of i egret and apology for the
tough plaving and unfair treatment
t.hev lind received at the hands of the
llevelsioke team. A more unfair
reTeiee could not well have been
selected. NoL only did his knowledge
of   the   rules   of    the   game     appi-ai*
and lh
CAPITAL AND FUNDS $38,365,000.
REVENUE     5.714,000.
DOMINION DEPOSIT        211.700.
Revelstoke, B.C.
Rich Placer On Peace River.
A new placer district has been discovered on Peace river, BriUsh
Columbia, and as' a, result* there is
expected 11 stampede there next
spring. Kdiiiond J I. Hughes, 11 mining
man ol' this city, received a letter
recently limn J. II. Heed, m.iileri; at
Slralhcona. N.W.T., which I oils of the
lind aud the rich placer grounds found
liy Keed in I hat section. Mr. riughc-s
says that ileed is a reliable man and
thai theie is no doubt, hut that he has
related the facts. The latter reads 111
part ai follows:
"We have struck sonic good placer
ground on Peace river, averaging $35
per day to Lhe man on . llie surface.
The chances are that il is a great deal
1 icher with depth, bul we had to gel
to Dawson and could not do any
extensive work. The. reason I am
telling you this is that. I want to know
if 1 can raise a giubst.ike of $400 to
get out there, and will give a half
intciesl of what 1 stake and produce
for one year. I will soon leave for
A-hcroft, and if I can get the stake
will diop down to Spokane." ..   -
Mr. Hughes says that as soon as lhe
news of Lhe rich placer ground is made
public tliere will be a rush there, and
in all   probability  a  company  will   he
Fcaicil Tenders, properly endorsed, will lie
received by tlie uiiilerMuiieil up to noon on
Tuetdity, February IS for tiie supply of a
qunntlty of FI UK a LA KM l'OIJiS lo the City 11
llmelbiolcc. 1'itriiuular.s mav be had al mv
lievelstoke,    eb. 15lh.1902, .   .
" C. E. Siiaiv,
(Jity Uleik,
extremely   limited,   lint,  hi .      _
were so noticeably  biased  as   to  meet \ oig.mized here to take np and   develop
I     It hi? been known that  the'district
Meferred   lo  by   Mr.   Keen   is_a  gold
with expiestionsof d^ri-inn fiom th-
spectators: anil when the Wrrion boy.*-,
after three of their number had been
disabled, refused to go on the ice for
Ihe two and a h.ilf minutes still to: cointry, ancl that there may yet be
-piayrihey-Nvrrey-rree-^-^tn-rircT-r.--. fl/llnfj onf> 0fll^Tj=HSst1>17T?ci'^i'TiLi*iFts
by  those 111 the fink.       I'or I his ren***n;! ; . ' .
the   referee   ha--.    ����� ending   to     the |"�� ' l'iice  ,,vel'  of   '""-v   PI,lce   '"   *'h7e
Revelstoke p.ipei***,  iw.-inlwl the  game j North west.���Spokane Chronicle,
to the home team.    The   Vernon  bi:_,s
fi^* UNION -^{^
Cigar   Factory
im 1-
You.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 driyrpf .thes  '���'��
Suitings  exactly to your liking.    We do hot'employ! |
cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods-that^ could '��� 1
possibly depreciate our excellent reputation.;;r,..We'cah- .' f
not compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when \ ^
price is the-sole' consideration, but .wheii "style-and fit" I
ancl wear are duly consideredrwe; can'and;;do. compete - I
with all ready-made goods, and all other, tailors.     .         - ���!
Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.        - *                       ;, |
J.   IB.   CBESSMA2iri.-fl*��k.: :',;:, ..:.';? J
'               ;The'..*Art: .Tailor; '.'Mackenzie A^e. '".' '"\ |
H. A. BROWN,   Prop.
- Lady or Gentleman!!
se Sale
FURNITURE-GOODS must-be. sold   --* ���.- *    -
at eost   in  order to-make room'for
.    . another large car of Furniture.*, which "  .
.  will'he here shortly,  call' and', seeuf '*������ '  ;/ =*v
��� we can't. iiri'iii.get0 8iipnly you.: Now "i ' ���
is your opportunity to furnish cheap.   "     ^ :-
To represent the old reliable
London & Liinciisliii'e Life.
The   Children's JEndoivnient,,
cli-.'ifipoinl nl   in   the  wiiy
ire.iled,     n?     lh*3:*'    h  d
1   plc.-is'int   time   .mil   :m
rmiie,   .mil    tliou^h   lh y
J   10   win,    Mill   lh*?.-
iiiu*iidecl piilting up ;i h.-ud'Huh':   and
eonsiderinu lhe   veiy   liuiile.-l   .uiiwiinl
ol nr.ictU'i: which  they   li:iv<*   had   tliU] Piiip*
lhe     i-siili,    w.'is   rsi-ei'dina-ly   Q-Bi ien ,ind Field were present
were much
they weie
h.ndly   expelled
The Board of Trade.-
Theie was a special meetinp:   of   the
LOiimil of the ho.ird of trade   held   lasl
Wednesday   evening   11L    which     the
president,     vice     president,     Messrs.
McHeth, Kilpatrick,  McCarty.
year,     the     result    wns   c.
���25 pieces now Prints  just   arrived   "ratifying.    The i-ilizi ns'-hnwert thru
iei.l k VouniM nleiis-ureat. the oiiti'oiiie   hy   the  liny
at Reid k Voting.
Rev. Jas. Calvert will give a steie-
opticon lecture in the Muthoili.sc church
on Monday evenini.. 21lli in~t. , under
the auspices of the Epworth League.
The subject of the lecture will "Th��
Yosemite and Yellowstone   Park'-  and
over    80    views    will    be    shewn   in
illustration of the lecture.
���See those beautiful Bagdad
(.'111 tain.- at lteid k Youngs.
-All niembeis of the Royal Ken Hit
Knights are urgently requested to
attend a meeliiu' of tin* Chapter to he
held at I.O.O.K. hall, on .Saturday
evening, Feb. J.V.h inst. All Kir
Knights, vinilini. or otlinrwisi*. ".'-ill
please accept this as a peisonal irivi-
l a tion.
XV. G. HntxKY, C. H.
���J.U. I'lcs-siiiat), the McKenzie Ave.
tailor, will show on or about the ISlh
the most complete range of ladies
samples ever shown in liriti.sh Columbia. Our samples this spring will cei-
t.iinly be the finest in the land.
Nothing will equal them in Canada.
Out- prices will be the same as you can
liuj- them in the Kast for.
Grand Carnival at Rink.
To niglit will see another .big lime
at the rink, when tlie third masquerade
of the season will take place. Hand
in attendance. Cake walk at (I.'.V).
Prizes for the best couples lady and
gentleman and boy nnd girl. A big
time irf anticipated.
n ���
ei uwd \vhi:h 1111 ned "ul lo u*e,101,1
lliem home. who. uilh the band, gave
lliem .1 heat ly leceptio'i 11- llu* t rain
pulled in. ("apt. KiAintliy -uci e 'deil
iu upholding I In* high lepu'.iliiui as a
luifkev pl.iver  wlliell   he    had    in   lh'',
en-t. a'nd the   rest  nt  th**   I     wei ������ j
uell up to the   mat it.--\"*'rii'*n   X"*'   '
and ten payment bond policies,
..etc.    ,
Most parents are willing to
give, their boys a start in life
by taking an'endowment made
payable ut age ,'i<), paying the
piemiiiin until the bov i.s able
to cairy it himself.
Manager for li.C���Northwest.��� Yukon
Vancouver, B. C.
The largest stock, of the latest. WATCHES,'*
My many years'" experience enables hie to buy
goods at the.- right. prices, enabling me', to
sell to the public at reasonable, prices. .. ��� ��� ���';-
J".   G-TJ-X-   BA.S,BEK,".
,1 ml
���riv I'lLif-nul .ir<\
I (Hotolttes
'I lie llnvor 1   iin-urpfti*-*-*.!.
TIib fpmlilj* i�� llie Lost.
Tlio j.rin
��� tlio rno^t puj.ulnr
Pippcil Alnioti'1---Tic  nml  T.f. |.r*r Hi.
Walter Bews, Phm. B.
liniKRlsl mul Stfitloner.
llrou-11 Itloek. Tclci.lionc IS.
Tin* select   committei;   to   cooperate
I wilh the   Liberal    Association   in    the
I m.it I er of llie delegation reported  that
IMi-sus   .McCnrty   and   Mi Carter   had
been appointed delegates.    The   report
' was icceived   and    the   aition   of   the
joint committee of the boaid   if   trade
and Libeiiil Association in the .unifier
\\;ti confirmed.
I-'. M'Caily leported that he lind
inlleited a number of maps of lhe JBig
IJe.nd and had compiled li-ts of all the
claims in the district and of all the bad
plan son tbe liver, which would bo
embodied in one document for presentation at OUav��.*i, with a map of thej
di-lrict.   "" " i
Fi"d, [.'i.iser and XV. A. Foote   were)
elei fed members of the bo.nd.
The    following    commiirti-s      were
.Mining: .). D. Sibbald, T. Kilpatrick
and f. T. lirewster.
l-'i eight and  Transpoi tation:    G.   S.
.MeC irter. F. Voung.  (.   T.   lirewster.
I'ii'iI-c Woik*--.    F. M'Caity,   .M.   .1.
O'Urien, C. M. Field.
Finance: A. E. Phipps, F. .McHeth,
3. D. .Sibbald.
Advertising: Al. .1. O'Brien,' T.
Kilpalrick. F. Fraser, A. Johnson and
E   A. Haggen.
The meeting then adjourned until
yestii day morning at ID o'clock when
I he president, vice piesideiit, Messrs.
I'ield, Ale-Beth. Brewster. I'hipps,
Kilpatrick, Mr dirty, Alt Carter were
present and the reports of the
special committees on the improvement
of the lupper liver, and on the "'"
Bend district were received
--*���-����� .
Grand Opening Celebration
I have much pleasure in extending' an open invitation to
attend thc celebration of thc
opening of my new Hotel al St.
Leon MotSpringson Tuesday,
Feb. 1 Sth.
Dancing will begin at 8'p. m.
__ M. GRADY.
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Real Estate
Insurance j
I x' ���"I', -"-.-.���**."." ****** v.����o*��uh;b.     .............. ....���
'.Cftiiadluii Accident Asaurance Co.'' Ooiftiectloot Sin
CONVEVi\NCIlSa. . .     "   '
..'f!. P.* R. TOWNSITE.
���   GERRARD TOWN8ITE.' ,-'
1 Caiimla rennarient <t Western * -   .   - ���
v .,9!l".0id1.M?rt8aKc Corporation. ���   *' ���;���      -���:-.��� .
Equitable laving! toan and Building ABSoolatton.
'Imperial Firo.     Caledonian Fire.  AtTas Fire".
Canadian Kire.   Mercantile Fire; - Northeri1 Flre '���
-; Guardian Kire.   Manchester Fire.   Great West Ufe ,
0. D. SIBBALD, Notary Public.
m Laces and Rkaids 'M
A lnr>;��! riin^cof I'oint f.acc,
l>iifli��^M nml Dattenhtiri;
Ilrnlils, Sum pud r��c��I((n��,
HlRinpi*iI I.iarns, Embroidery
Needipn, Hook-*, &c.
Ilcrlln iixirl Zophjr Wools, all
BliadOB, Slipper .-iolcs. Valen-
Kclcnce-i I.ace. In��ertlon.
Call at the.
Misses Sheppard & Bell
McKenzie Avenue      oc'23
^VVipedi 0a| ���
��� That's what: the-man '
said ^ wlio wasn't-' in- *
sured. A sbfiall payment every two "or
three years w o,u 1 d.
have enabled him to
' say
Optional wltj&you. of course, whichyou .-want to say, but we
would strongly ad vise you to carry some insurance.- Your card
will bring you full informationas tocost.
--e-.^ LEWSS   BROS.
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