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 W>'./  ;    ... > j".....-  W   If  SJl v iA O  Vol    V.  No    113  REVELSTOKE B.C.   SATURDAY,   MARCH  1, 1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  Come,and See  V+#+*������&*<*&tt*&f#*4&****+  Boots and Shoes  _ Men's, Ladies'and Children's,  now selling at actual COST.  NO OLD. STOCK.  These goods were all purchased  last season.  SHIRTS  Save 40 per cent and,buy your  Shirts now. V '   -7 ���������  'We are offering a splendid line  ^ofvW.".,G....&' R... and^ .White  -Shirts-at  the  above big  discount.    All goods are of the  Latest Style and Pattern.  HATS  RATS  A Schoolboy of Kaslo Was at  the End of a Rope Dragged  By aRunaway Mule*���������Victim's  Body Terribly Mangled.  Kabi.o, IJ. C, Feh. 27���������Hurry Silver,  a twelve year old schoolboy, met a  frightful death here yesterday. After  the terrible occurrence of which he  was the victim, he was|pieked up���������face  and head mangled beyond recognition,  neck dislocated and body bruised���������-a  corpse.  With another schoolboy named  Anderson, young Silver was playiug  cowboy yesterday with a hunch of  pack mules which had been let loose  to pasture on the hill back of the  town. Tho boys were engaged in playfully lassoing each other and finally  brought the mules into the. afternoon's  fun.  Young Anderson, in his story of the.  occurrence, says that they had trouble  at first in getting close to thc nudes  Finally, however, they lassoed one of  the animals and separated it from the  others. The mule tried to get away,  but Harry Silver jumped on its back.  The mule started kicking like a bronco  and in a moment the boy had fallen  off, with the end of the lasso still  wrapped around his body and the  other end on the mule's nock. The  terror-stricken animal dashed down  the rocky hillside towards a stable a  quarter of a mile away., The boy was  pulled otT his font and dragged alone  from boulder to boulder, striking each  stone with terrific force. The mulo  continued his mad gallop to the sluhle  door.  The hoy was lifeless whon picked nn  a few moment's later. His neck was  broken and his body a shapeless mass  of bleeding flesh.  His mother ia Mrs. IT. "\V. Bishop,  one of the oldest residents of this citv.  Preshyicrian (huith in the opei a  house Wednesday night lo a large  audience. .Much diHlcnlly in singing  was experienced 'by the company  owing to th" aioustic pinperties of the  hull being destroyed by the numerous  decorations about the building*. The  pregi-mime* was carefully selected and  rendered wilh much ability. Enid  Martin, who has lately returned from  Paris, has'always been a favorite in  n. C mu'-iciil circles. Mi', Fellows  Hanson, who luu an excellent lieh  voice, sang several select inn" during  the evening and wn*. each lime persistently encored. ������������������ Hocked in the  cradle or tho Deep," us an encme, was  rendered iu excelltht style and brought  forth repeal, d applause.  Mr,-Jus. Taylor and Mr. F, Brown  played selections during (he 'evening  the former on the violin and the  latter on the mandolin, tinth gentlemen were as usual well received.  P..t  bons of Erin.  In answer (o Ihe invitation of T.  Downie, about20 Irishmen met at the  liolel Itovsilsluki* Thursday evening  and formed themselves into ii social  body, namely, the Irir-h Social and  Benevolent Society. A committee of  seven was appointed to ' draft ..an  organization and incorpniate the  society and report a week from that,  date to the'coiiiPiittee I ha I. the following inembeis he made ofiicers ol'Hhe  society: 'i  Hiinnrurv Piesirlent��������� P. Burns.- >���������  Vice Pi evident���������T. Kilpatrick. ��������� \  President���������T. Dow-.ie. "���������   "X  Vice Presidents���������Mayor O'Brien,.-J.  Folev, (Arrowhead). '<'  Sei'.-Tre-.'.-urer���������J. M.  Doyle,        r  Messrs. Kincaid  and  tJoui-.-ier  were  appointed a coiiiiuillec  to locateit.be  most,   4-nitahle   prcmiscj   I'or   holding  meetings/ " ]  The meeting adjoin ned until "next  Thur.-duy at the same Lime and place.  All Irishmen, or de-cendanl*; of Ii*i**,h-  men. are cordially -invited to be  present, i,is ai riingeiueul** will then be  (iiiule for the proper celehratiuii of til.  Patrick's dav.  rs?  UND TH  tr  The Railway Employes.  Our bargains  in  in  Hats are  keeping, with above discounts  The stock includes:  fEDORAS  (RUSH m  iflFNIAffr  EftK  We have a Beautiful Line in  Goods at away down figures.  BY BUY1N-Q AT  IBt PRE SENT TIME  YOU   WILL   SAVE  BIG     MONEY,    AS   .  THE STOCK. MUST "   .  BE   CLEARED   BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  Loyal True Blues.  On. Monday last Ihe 'ihnve named  lodge, was .-instituted., hy Deputy District'Grand Master, Bro. J."J." Walsh,  of Victoria, ably assisted by Bros.  Henry T. Thrift, P.G.S..' of the Grand  Lodge of B.' C, and -Bro. John McKenzie. W.M., .,f Victoria, L. T. B.  lodge, Nanaimo.  "" This lodge starts with a membership  of 22 and with a  bright  fuluie  before  it.   The organization   is composed  ot  Protest ants of the age nflR and  over,  (male or   female).     The   Loyal   True  Blue associ.il.ion has been  formed  by  persons   desirous   of    supporting  and  carrying out   the  principles   of   law,  good; government  and constitutional  freedom,   inculcating   and  promoting  the   Protestant   faith���������the   laws   and  constitution of the country���������alVouling  assistance lo'meinbers in sickness  and  distress and for,the promotion   oT  all  Christian     virtues.       The     members  revere the   memory  of  the  Immortal  Prince of Orange,   King  William  III.  Not only a.s a patriot, constitutional  monarch and   a  hero,   but as  a   true  Christian,   and   trust   to   emulate   his  virtues   hy   maintaining     freedom  of  thought,    religion,   without    persecution, or entrenching on  the  rights  of  anyf���������''    '   ���������"   "  ��������� '���������   '���������' "���������=----M  AIM   SAND  OBJECTS.  Where the principles of the association are not pioperly known, its aims  and objects- have been misunderstood  liy some, and by others misrepresented.  Founded upon such broad principle.',  it di.-c'.aims an intolerant spirit, and  demand*-, as indispensable qualification, that the candidate shall not  prosecute anyone on account of their  religious beliefs. The duty of every  Loyal True . Blue is to assist and  protect all loyal subjects of the  Empire in the enjoyment, of their  freedomi rights and privileges, no  matter of what religious belief.  ( OFl'ICEHS.  The following officers' we're elected.  Bro. XV. G. Birney, XV. Master.  ' Sister M. Pettipiece, D. Mistress.  Sister A. Smith. R S.  Sister Frances Dent. F. S.  Sister B. Davis. Treasurer. .  Bro. Thos. Steed, D of "C.  Sister "VV. G. Birney, Conductor.  Sister M. Oilder, Chaplain  COMMITTEE.  1st. Bro. John Pettipiece.  2nd. Sister ,T. Lawson.  3rd. Sister Marion Adair.    '  4th. Bro. Richard Davis.  5th. Sister Lilian Davis.,  Bro. Geo. Beavo I. T.  Bro. J. L. Johnson. O. T.  Bro, U. T. Thrift gave a very  and interesting address to  members, followed by words of encouragement from Bros. SValsh. McKenzie  and other*?.  Those desiring to liecome members  are ask������l to send in their names either  to the R. S. or the Master.  ln the House of Commons. C.ipt.  Norton (Liberal) culled attention to  the excessive hours nf labor of railioad  mon. and moved that the government'  should be empowered to demand  returns from the railroad companies  ofthe hum-si exceeding <12. per- dtty  worltecl by their servants. Afl.oTs*->iiie  debate, which' was" directed ��������� tdSvafd<>  showing that' accidents, arose from  over-worked part of the railroad  employes. Gerald Balfour (Conservative), on behalf of the government,  admitted that there was some justification for the motion .".lift that he was  willing to accept* -a modified form  therefrom, buL the House carried Capt.  Norton's original moi ion by 155 votes  fcp 151, iimid'loud cheers from the opposition.  R? .A G"1 W ft V ^1A B* ffi  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  Dy the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  The capacity of the new shops at  Montreal will be 1_>|) locomotives per  year and 'ij.UdO cars per year.  S j veil trainmen were killed and two  are missim; as a result of a colli.-,ion on  the New York Central,  near  Auburn.  A. K. Mi Cully. ��������� of Grand Forks,  died at lhe cottage hospital at that,  place on the Iflth from theelTects of an  operation. Mr. AIcGully was formerly  in the employ of the C.P.H. at Nelson  and on the. Crow's Nest branch.  3. F. Rohillaid, "telegraph operator  at Greenwood, has boon appointed  C.P.R. agent at Trail.  Rov/dy Legislators.  The disgraceful episode in the provincial legislature culminating iu what  waa virtually a rough-and-tumble fight  in which .Messrs. Martin and -Siiiilh-  Curlis were most conspicuous, will not  he read of by any in this province  without a blush of shame, lt has  heretofore been our pride to regard  our legislators as somewhat bettor  i'nan the rowdy "politicians who not  infiequeiilly have brought contempt  upon tho . legislative- bodies just  across tliu lino or in the. French  republic." Kven as recently as a  day or two ago, on reading of the  di.-gr.icettil IVau'.'i in the Seriate of the  neighboring republic, British Columbians were, inclined, to reflect with  satisfaction''!hat whatever/the shortcomings of our representative-men,  they could ��������� at least, preserve the  decencies when in'the halls of parliament. Now even that small measure  nf grul ification'is denied. The episode  that occurred in : b'e.le-ivlalui e i.s even  more of a d..-gi..ce than was 'the  incident, in the United J-jtates Senate,  so sharply emphasized in Llie im uiediale  condemnation by "the president, of the  ���������j-inn.icipani-s"and the smspen?io?i by-.the  insulted chamber of* all their senatorial functions, since- the provocation of the antagonistic senators was  inliniloiy .greater on - either side.  However, one may view .li.e general  conduct ,nf Mr. Joseph "'Martin, his  intrusion of ,n peti,y .claim for a  particular place during the 'luiuV 'of  cannot but strike  the  impar  tial mind as anything less than most  irri'vcient. It should not ccitainly  h>ive been resented, in the manner  adnpled by Mr. Curtis, bnt tlie  Irgi-'liilure owed lo its dignity to  empliasi'/.e its heartiest disapproval in  much the same inauuei as lhat  adopted by lhe senate of the United  Hfites.���������Vancouver World.  CORRESPONDENCE  prayer,  Socialism in New Zealand-  In llie IMIlui* uf llu, lli'.ii.vi.u;  Siu: In your editorial, "A Trackmen's testimony," ynu make thu  a.-iM-rliou that lim statements contained in it arc an article of l.iilh  wilh the entire socialistic press���������to  even hint that 'there mny be another  side If) lhe picture i.s with some people  sheer blasphemy so far as the -Socialist  press is concerned. 1 musi, take issue  wilh you fur the reason that whilst  pointing to New Zealand as an  evidence of what advanced legislation  is obtainable by the working people if  tliey butsliidy Mhe full power of the  vote, yet that is Uy no means Socialism. Having made this in rebuttal  in substantiation of same would refer  ynu In "The Socialist"'(Seattle, Wash.)  The Advance, Km Francisco, Cal, The  Smith Dakota Herald, Milwaukee,  Wis. These three papers are constantly pointing out the weaknesses  of New Zealand legislation, but are  compelled lo admit Lhat it is decidedly  superior to anything in the United  Stales. Further evidence of a negative  character in s-npporl of my contention  i-i the fact that, the Soci'disls have  recently organized in Cluist Chinch,  New Zealand, if New Z-.'.-iland was all  that you aver is claimed for it, lhis  would be "painting the lily."  Mrs. Clark's letter is added that New  Zealand is nut Socialistic, hula land of  reforms in labor .legislation, retaining  the three factors, rent, profit, interest,  which, under Socialism, would be  eliminated. Speaking for ' your  Socialist friends, would say, as one 'of  them, will at all limes appreciate any  arguments you . advance against  Socialism, bub would ask. that yon  refrt-in from following the tactics of  the English school of political economy  by constructing a man of straw labeled  New, Zealand.. Socialism, then'"commence a till I'mitra'tico.  .New Zealand is nnt claimed to be a  Utopian'"and ' lhe "old 'parly' I'jam'es,'  Liberals and Tories, are still adhered  to. political ' rings aud bosses are  unknown. XVe should have just as  wood laws as that country, bnt we  have not. consequently New Zealand  is so often quoted ii*s being a decided  improvement . to* anything on lhis  continent, but it is by uo means an  ideal commonwealth.  *    . J.-W. Bennett.  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  Col. Prior Sworn in as Minister  of Mines.���������Snow Slides on  Smuggler Mountain.���������Liquor  Act Rcferendom Postponed.  VnToitiA. March lit.���������Col. E. 0.  I'i ior was sworn in MinisWr of Mines  yesLeiday at tlu; capital and will  contest the Victoria seat against E. V.  lioilwnll.  War Secretary Broberiek hat.' announced in the House of Common*  that in the last ten days 000 Boers were  killed or captured, 2,000 horses and  2S,('00 head cattle were captured.  Among the prisoners are General  Uewets son and also his secretary.  CircaL damage is being done iu  Pennsylvania and surrounding 6t*t*s  by heavy rains.  liy a snow slide which destroyed the  shaft house of the Liberty Bell mine  at Tollurido. Colorada, 00 or 70 man  are reported dead.  The third furnace of the Gra������l������y  smelter at Grand Forks, B. C, has  been blown iti. -  Paardeberg day wus celebrated yesterday by dinners by members of tha  first contingent in different parts of  Canada.  A six inch oil gusher at Beaumont,  Texas, burst pipe a and is now wasting  2,000 barrels sof oil an hour.  Prince Henry visited Anapolis, Mo,,  loday in a heavy rain storm.  At Baltimore, Mo., the surgeous  took'a ministers brain from its bed and  cutaway the roots ot certain nerves  and then replaced brain. It is said the  patient will recover.  All tlie e:\jws, officers and.imigrants  in vessels sailing from England to tha  United States must lie vaccinated.  Rioting in Spain is extending to the  i mining districts.  The Manitoba Legislature has postponed the date for referendum on the  liquor act until April 2nd.  A telegraph lineman was arrested at  Newport,'Jl., charged wilh smuggling  110 packages of Canadian fill's into the  United States.  Emperor, \Villian of Germany and  tire" Empress "."celebrated ��������� the* 21st  anniversary of their wedding yesterday.  It is staled that important comniuni-  caliuns are passing between tha  Imperial and Canadian governments  regarding thc Alaksan houndry.  Another snow slide occurred on  Smuggler mountain, Telluride. Colorado, yesterday afternoon burying  about 40 men. who were rescuing men  buried ir. the fust slide.  Muchdainage is being done by floods  from the melting snow and heavy rains  in the eastern parts of the 'states of  New Yoik and Pennsylvania, Some  places already are under water.  Numerous bridges are gone and aome  buildings washed from their foundations. A11 rivers are rising fast and  near the danger mark, a large ar������ of  Soulh BulTalo is under water and 25  blocks on Seneca are flooded.  nriTiti^nft-rjirr-^^**--  MARCH   seems   lo   be . JUNE iii   thc    Whitewear    Section    these    days.  Thc idea of Buying Summer Underwear ih the-Winter lime at Winter Prices  -has caught on to a much-greater extent than ever before and  thc daily  crowds  certainly give the impression that*-this   Whitewear movement   in  February   is  ���������appreciated^-:Adyantages7:of-fPhis'-Salc-are--thcsc-: , ������������������- ��������� _^_^-*-:-^_^  GREATER ASSORTMENT.        .  NEWEST STYLES.  -r. ^v^iv-^^"'--"-^"-^*^^  ^p^w^^jpKrnP3^^.M^tyamji������iMimjtimS  0        J  ���������.  i**:.memH!tn.v.:'rAff?-znvi3������BSlZZ  suaEtssaorBisss.cisaassMrsssEs  CUT PRICES' IX-  g<MoeagttPRyi^?CS5^v'jr3Ab->  Ladies9  ������uses ancl Wrappers  able  the  Commencing To-day, and u throughout thc. entire Month of February, wc  promise you"a Big Bargain in anything you buy. All Winter Coods must go  this month.     It pays us to slaughter now.     It must surely pay you.  nt���������m.V.m������Lr-���������J.,...,-.^^  Sandon Bonspiel.  ���������Sandon.  B.  C.  Grand Challenge.-  Hudson      Bay i  Hoodl8.^_~-r .��������� -  March 1.���������Finals��������� '  Hill 10, Brown 12.  Cup.���������Brown     10,  Tucket Trophy. ^Fraser 11, Rae 7.  fpqrqy^R-.^i^r^^. i iraaega.**-vv-j*-M_^*^JE  >������jn Tliey Sto,  IWi!  Enid Martin Concert.  The Enid Martin" Conceit Co. gave  one of their famous recitals uuder the  auspices   of  tha  Ladies'   Aid  of   the  Ladses! &.&& Children's Stylish Jackets.  This Season's very Latest" Styles and Shades���������not a great many,left, but what  ' we have must leave thc premises before thc Season is over. . If you arc thinking  of buying  a  Jacket.     Now   is  your opportunity   a.s  every   garment will   be  slaughtered, or in other words be sold at about half the value.  lj,_,_i_,jj,...*j,Lo.-i,i������.,������mjuiimln ircxiwr**.  Arrowhead News.  Kroni Our 0\vu Correspondent.  . AimowiiEAD, B. C��������� Eel). 28.���������Mr.  Gracy, manager for the Imperial company, came up from Nalsoa  and went through to the mines in,tha  Lardeau.  Jack Innes, on������ of the locators of  the fonious Oyster group on Lexington  mountain, arrived today from Vancouver. He has gone up to tha  propei ty to do some work andsavs he  will ship ore tliis spring.  Mr. L. Ilillman returned today from  the Kojsln'nd carnival.  The ������. s. Atelier is now- making her  regular trip',  leaving Armwhaad at"  ten a. m. and arriving about two p. IB.  1 see by the Vancouver papers the  government is about to place a tax of  live bundled dollars on Chinamen. I  do not think this amount will keep  them out of Canada. If the government would tax say twenty dollars  per month on those that employ tham  I think we could get clear of them.  *y r:tjij....,.-.jnt.j hjj wmcmsmm  IVIGRS INTERESTING NEWS  FROM THE FU& 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 o.ur regular close prices.  1���������    H-ll-L   ..-ILU.Vrh""1'*1'""���������  MARY'S LITTLE FOOT.  mu.uj.j.>::.w.������Lrm*..uwm  Mail  O rders  Promptly  Solicit cd  Mary had a little foot,  Eighteen inches long���������not quit*,  She bought a pair of Schnidar Shoe*  That fitted her just right.  She woie them up to school next day,  Tlie qiils cried how sweet,  While all the bovs fell dead in lore,      ,,  "With Mary's pretty feet.  "What makes them all love Mary so?  The teacher did reply;  She liought her  shoes  at  Schnidar*  Store  And that's the reason whj;.  Ciiouu?: Get a pair of Schnidar-'s  Siioes. Tliey are the only aboa  that fits. McKenzie Ave.  ������; Ijfoufbtolte l([n-ii(il mul l\nitu'Ru  c<\t     '     ^(l I  I'nlilMieil Ry  Tbe  Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co  Llniitud Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  .MiiiiiiKini: Plrei'lui'.  St'IlSCltllTION   ItATKt.  Ilyniallnr en Tier, J2 pur iiiuuiiii; fl.tNi for  E-lx niomlis, .smelly in nd'.unci!.  on: .1011 iiw.w.T.Mi'Nr.  Isone of tlie best p.<tilp*'i*d printing ollices In  the West mul iirupAruil tn u-u'cuu* nil ktiuls n[  /printing fn llrrftrluss sivle ill honest price.*-.  One price lo nit. No Job" lou lurisi'���������none mo  biiiull���������turus. Mfiil orders proniplly intended  to.   (.live ns u trliil un yonr next order.  TO COIIl'.IIM'UKIllIKT-..  Wc invite oorrespoiulenci on nny subject  nf Interest lo tliu general imlillu. In nil ciiscs  the Ijoiiii llile nnineof the writer must iic-roiii-  jiniiv m,inu*ierlpl, Inn not neeessiirlly for  piihllentlon.  address all communications to the Mnna-jer  noti-'j: 10 i oiiiiiisi-onimint*!.  1.���������All correspoiiilenco must lie legibly  -.* rliten on one side of thu piipur only.  2.���������Correspondence containing personal  mntier innsi lie signed with Llie proper inline  i-l the writer.  li  i:.CiHOGAN,  Dtllor.  Sayuiiiiay,   Maiiuii  1,  1M2  DIVORCE OR BIGAMY.  A case is down for trial in Toronto  whicli will tiring np the whole question  of the validity in Canada of divoiccs  obtained in the United States. A  woman, named Woods, was married  in Windsor iu "07 lo XV. iJ.irnliait,  obtained a divorce in-a .Michigan com I  for "extreme cruelly" and married  again in Toronto to John Pender in  1D0O. She was recently convicted of  bigamy on the head of all thia and lhe  case is in the nature of an. appeal  against lhe conviction.  The whole question   of  the   validity  of these divorces is one of considerable  complexity.    In Canada the principle  of   the   permissibility   of    divorce   is  admitted by-the -law.    IL  is  the  procedure surrounding  the  obtaining  of  divorce which  renders  it   almost in  possible,  except for the well-to-do, to  get one.    And the excuse is made that  it is this legalized   inequality   in  I.he  Canadian     statutes,    ��������� whicli     drives  C'aiiiidiiins   across   the  line   to   get   ;i  divorce.    But,   divorce   is    not     only  cheaper   iu  the  Stales.    Grounds  are  admitted which the Canadian law docs  not   admit   at   all.   And   it   may  be  shiewdly   suspected   that   this  is  the  real reason  why  so  many  Canadians  are found seeking release from the ties  of matrimony  in   the   courts   on   the  other side, since divorce is  obtainable  in our own   provinces  of New   Brims  wick,     Nova     Scotia     and       British  Columbia without any of the cumbersome   and   costly   pioceedings  before  the Senate wliich are necessary in   thc  other provinces of the Dominion.   But  the causes for which divorce is gi-mted  in these provincial   courts   are   much  more restricted  than those admitted  under the divorce laws of many of the  states,   and   hence" they   are   not   so  popular with the Canadian  candidates  for freedom.  By international comity, every  civilized state recognizes the marriage  laws of the others, as far, .that is. as  the inhabitants of the other states are  - concerned. They do not, however,  always extend this toleration to  marriages contracted by its own Citizens under the forms and within the  bounds of foreign conn tiy, n3 many an  Knglijh|gii*l, who has married a Fiench-  man in England, has found out to her  CO-.1, when' taken lo her husband's  home in France. But as far as Canada  and tho CmleJ States an* concerned,  marriages between an American and a  Canadian or for that ma! ter two Canadians performed in the States are  recognized and lheir validity never  questioned and vice versa.  But while this is quite clear, the  condition of .if_\iiia with regard In  di voice, tthich i-. after all, only a  counler| piote-.-*, to matiiruony. "ha*,  been in these two comifvi**-**, allowed to  lemain in a hazy and nebulous conrli- j  tion. Il haa been iecogniz,*d that il i- '  rather a delicate snl.j'.'t i. to handle ,-ii.d  h.is been up till J,it,*iy |r.f_ m.v.*i-pIj-  alone. ft is probable that but lor tin*  scandalous laxity of the divorce court-  in some of ths state-, the m-nli-r wi.ulil  nevc-i have crime to llie'front at all  But when the danger to the Coiled  States fiom the tli:eatem>d disnliition  of those lofty ideals of ihe marriage  state, which the experience nf history  teat lies aie essential to the permanence  of any nation, was being vigorously  pointed out by the wisest thinkers in  that country itself, it. seemed to many  Canadians that it was intolerable that  the district efforts of the Canadian law  to protect the sanctity of wedlock and  discourage di voice, should be so easily  (b-feated, through the loop hole n(Toted  by the laxity in (his respect, prevailing  iii the court.', on the olher side.  The q'le-iti.m is uiu* which of iti-elf is*  i'lt'ipihV ni a really a-itisCai'lory  solution. Xu legislation can prevent  (i.in.itliaus I'i mn declaring their iiiten-  li,,u uf becoming American citizen.*  and mi availing themselves of anything.-  lhey wi.-,li lo inquire from the in-,t.itu*  liuu-, i.f lli.tt cinuitry, divorce niit.  reman iiige included. This is one ol  the penalties Canada has to .pay fni  lh" iivershisilowing preponderance ol  hrr gri-a'l neighbor. II is one of tin  iri-t;:;-��������� iiisl.uue-*, in which although  entirely separate in government am  iii.-tiliiliou.-, we cannot shape tin  course we wish, because of ihe al  prevailing nt traction of onr grea  neighbor, All Canadians can dois t,  await t be birth of ii more riihnsl. niu  bealther seiitimeiit on the mailer o  marriage and divorce among llu  people of the Slates and a ilosci  assimilation of public opinion .-11111111}  L Ill-ill on tin .'���������<��������� questions lo that pri*  vailing among oiu-aOvcs'.  New Ten Commandments.  Thou-.hull not go away from home  (u do thy trading, nor thy son nor th\  daughler,  11.  Thou shall patronize thy home  merchant and thy home printer, foi  yea, verily, doth not thy home printei  spread over the land glad tidings ol  thy goodness and greatness .and they  shall patronize the.  III.  Thou shall employ thy own mechanics that they may not he driven  from their homes to find food for theii  little ones. Thou shall also considoi  him as thy neighbor, above them thai  dwelleth in a strange town.  IV.  Thou shall not ask for credit, as  tlu-  goods cost much money, and the  niei-  chant'-s brain is burdened with bills.  'Chou shall not ask for reduced pricis  for the ���������'inllucnce," for, behold, guile  is in thine heart and the merchant  reade'h it like an open book. He  laughelh you to scorn and shouteth to  his "ha, ha."  VI.  Thou shall do whatever lielh' in -thy  power to encourage and  promote  the  welfare of thine own  town  and thine  own people.  VII.  Thou shall not suffer  the  voice  of  pride to overcome   thee,   and  if  other  towns entice thee,  consent  thou   not,*  lor thou inaycsfc bo duceived.  VIII. '  Thou shall spend thy earnings at  homo that thuy may return from  whence they came and give nourishment to such as come after thee.  IX.  Thou shall not bear false witness  against the town wherein thou dwell,  but speak well of it to all men.  X.  Thou shalt, keep these commandments and teach them to thy children,  lo the third and fourth generation,  that they may be made to flourish and  grow in plenty when thou art laid to  real with thy fathers,  IN PRAISE OF PING-PONG.  \\ ho cares to play at cricket ?  Who cares to k'ick a ball':  To suffer hacks at hockey  Or chance a nasty fall ?  Far belter don your slipper.i,  Hnjoy your cigarette.  Play Ping-Pongin the Parlor  V���������-n������������    .l-.fi    ll������.lfi    __.- __.  In cycling there are tumble?.  And punclurable tires:  And if you hunt, perhaps you come  A cropper on the wires.  In rowing there nre bli.storj  Thnt no~sil.lv may chaff.  But Pinu-Pontc in the Pai lor  U absolutely safe.  The river hn*** its dinger?,  The picnic hits its snares.  The motor car may run away  Or butt ymi unawares.  It is a consolation  Xo p it ent will deny,  Th.it Pii.g Pong in the Bailor  Would never hurt a fly.  Our pr.-v.-i i-*js in .nlhlctics  May pa.-s to other land*-.  And later geni-iatinns see  Oar < ups in foreign band-:  Yet. still Ihe might of England  Shall everywhere be known.  A1  Ping Pone; in the Parlor  '     Our .sons shall hold their own.  Then twirl your tiny racquets.  Anil pat your celluloid:  fl** c.m-ful 1 hat yonr quick returns  The ciilfei* cups avoid.  S'iir'k hard, ye men of sinew.  And pirouetae in stvle !  The ladies of tin? Parlor  An* watching all the while !  ���������Wast minster Gazette.  UftQI*  m  m  Jretime  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  The foundation should be laid by buying Heal Estate in the new T6wn of  Situate right at the Doors of all the Famous Fish Creek Gold Mines.  Some More Facts  SOME FACTS:   Z^ZX  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to the mouth ofthe big  5,500 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR OPPORTUMTY is now to buy at the  bottom figures and you will get the advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next 3'ear.  INVESTIGATE AMD YOU  WILL  BE  PREPARED TO  TAKE THE  CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  FROM one to two  hourn walk will  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties that wiii udveitise the Fish Creek  Camp, in B. 0.  -    THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to the  Fuirious Eva, Imperial and Oyster Groups.-  F. B. LBWSS,  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  EASTBOUND...'... 8:20  WESTBOUND 17:30  SOUTHBOUND.  8:10  TOURIST CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL  Sundays,  Wednesdays, Fridays.  Montreal and Boston���������   , FRIDAYS  Toronto���������  ....SUNDAYS,   and -WEDNESDAYS  Passengers ticketed to all points  at lowest rates.  "  DIRECT STEAMSHIP  SERVICE  From Vancouver to���������  . CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  Full Information and  particulars applv  toXearcst C.I'.R. Agent.  nsroricE  WOTICE���������Hint sixty days after ilato I intcnil  J' to apply to tlio Chief l.'oinmi.sslnner of  Lands anil Works for purniisslon to purchase  :,20 acres ol land situate on the Northeast Arm  of Arrow Lake, In the District of West Kootonay B.C., and described us follows:  commencing' from S.W. corner of Lot 1141,  thence North astronomical '20 ehnins: thence  tt tint 80 chains; tlicnue Soutli 111) chains approximately; thence l'JOl) chains North-  Kastorly to point of commencement.  FRED. 'ROBINSON.    -  :eb. 5���������tf fl.'R.SKENE, Age   t.  Certificate of Improvements.  '    ZBTOTICCE]  ���������Pllt,e; ���������'?lh'er IJow nml Wnek Diamond  Mineral Claims, s male in the Lardeau Mining  Division of West ..ootcnay District.  Where Located: Near tiio Head of Lexinc-  ton Creek, a tributary of l'ish Creek.  TAftK NOTICE that!, A.]'. Cummins, as  Agent for the Double liable Mining and Development Company, limited, of Ferguson,  B.C., I'ree Jlincr'.s Certilicate No. 81,851,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining recorder for a Certilicate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant ol the nbove chum.  And jLiirthcr Take Notice thnt action, undo  Section ,!<,  must   bo   commenced  before the  lssbance of such Certificate of Improvements  2 r^tcrt this twenty-third day ol January, A.D.  Feb. 3���������tf*  A.P. CUMMINS, P.L.S.  ITQTIOE.   -  ���������TAKE NOTICE tlmt sixty days alter dale I  * intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands nnd Works for permission to pur  chase a pai-col of land described as follows:  Commencing at a post marked Alice Perry's  v.,1.?",- .,lleIlt:e west HO chains; thence  North 40cliains; thence Enst 20clialns; thenoe  Sou 1)1 40 chains 10 point of commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of R  v P.Krtts Pre-emption fallowing McKenzic's  North-West Line,  containing about 80 acres.  T. W. Bradshaw,  .   E, J. Coyle.  Agent  Kevelstoke.  Assist. Oen.  Passengi-r Agent  VancoUTer.  more or less  Goldfields, Nov. 2'  ALICE PF.UUY.*  Dee 4-lm  FK1SE  BUS  MHETS  ALL THAIVS.  FIltST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION'.  HEATED BY HOT AIR.  RBASONABLK IIATKS.  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  HOURLY STREBT CAR  MEETS  ALL TRAINS.  BAR WELL SUPPLIED BY THE CHOICEST  WINES,   LIQUORS AND CIGARS     ......  & CO'Y.  ���������  g    PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     Mlii TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH -AND GAME IN SEASON.   ���������..-.���������*.  JtTOTIGB  .iii|S.*  -j^s*-  #S=* UNION -^r  -***-^.^**i ���������  nw&*wi jr���������  R-EVELSTOKE,   B.C.  WOTICE Is hereby given that 80 days ai'tcr  11 date I intend lo apply to the Chief Com-  mHsionorof Lands and Works for permi**sion  to cut and carry away timber from the following described lands:���������Commencing at a post  at the south-east corner of Roger F. Perry's  pre-emption, marked "Southeast corner of  timber limit applied for by.-F. J. Goldsmith";  thence west-10 chains; thence north 160 chains���������  thence oast -10 chains to Fish Creek; thence  following the moandcrings of Fish Creek 100  chains to point ol commencement; contalninp  610 acres, more or less.  ___^_____I��������� _ _ _    _?-j-GOLDSMITIIp-  Thomson's Landing, October ICth, 1901.  ES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  ooo^finf7i^fVfCr!i l������r a" kinrls of metalliferous mines and pros-  foi'^'le prospectors ancl others having property  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled.- ���������        ;    ''  bend us reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Office.  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.  S"     P, O. Box 70    !  n.  1-iel.on, B.O.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL   and  THE   UNION  TIME TABLE  The Prince Mining and Development Co., Limited Liability.  NOTIcrC fS SIEBEBV GIVES thtit  Hit; iimm.il gener.il meeting of the  .S'n.ii'clmlrtei's of lhe aliove named  Compnny will be licit! in tlie Company'.** nffire. First Street, Revelstoke.  IJ. C, (in Wednesday, tbe Twelfth day  ot March, A,tJ.. 1002, at the hour of  two o'clock in the nfternoon, for tbe  purpose, of electing officers for tbe  ensuing year nml for all other purposes  relating to the Management ot the  Company.  The Transfer 7-totik of the Company  will be closed during tbe fourteen days  immediately preceding such   meeting.  Daled at Revelstoke, 13. C, this21th  day of February, A.D., 1002,  J. M. Scott,  Secretary.  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between Arrowhead. Thomson'*!  I.andlnir and Cornapllx, commem.-in**; October  Ilth. imii, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  l-cuvintt Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix twice dally���������101c. and 15k.  Leaving Comaplix and Thomson's I.������ndin������  for Arrowhead twice dally���������7:ir,kand 12:l.k  Making clo������e connections with alt C. V. Ji.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reserve thc right to change tim'*s  of sailings without notice.0  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  nsroTioE.  TAKE NOTICE that CO davs after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Oommissloner of  Lands and \\ orks for permission to piirchimc  the following described lands:  Commencing al a post marked "K JfcAdams'  I,?,,1 iPo'i,t'" ���������s'tll,l'e dose to the old line ol  UIU tt Urantford's pre-emption, Fish Creek  thence north 10 chains, tbence west '20 chains  thence south 10 chains, tlienee oast 20 chains  to pointof commencement.  Goldfields, Jan. 18th. ltKI'J.  E. McAdam.  NOTICE.  TAht .SOTICE that tf) days after dato I  * Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the following described lands:;) *  Commencing at a post marked T'ogor F.  Terry's southeast corner post si tunic about !!00  feet from Scotl Creek, thenco west 10 chains:  tlicnce nortli 10) chains; thence cast *lt) chains:  thencesouth 1C0 chains, to tha placn of commencement; containing CIO acres.  r. ,.r. ,,    ..  ���������   ��������� KOOKI. F. I'EItnV.  Goldfields. U.c. Oct l7d_,l&oi.      Nov. G-tf  Agents  Wanted!!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To represent the old reliable  Jjondnn k Lancashire Lite,  The Children's Kndowment,  and ten payment bond policies,  etc.  Most parents are willing to  (five their boys a start in life  by taking an endowment mnde  payable at age 30, pitying the  premium until the boy is able  to carry it himself.  GEO. D. SCOTT,  Mnnngrr for li.C���������Nottbwes't.���������Yukon  Vancouver, B. C.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL II.,        IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIM8.  C.TCATB IN THE KEVhLSTO.i E* MINING  *->. tilvlflon of Went Kootenay district.  Where Located: On Keystone Mountain,  Big Bend, near IJownie Creek.  TAKE NOTICK that I. Geo'. 8. MeCarter  acting at, agi-nt for J. I). Oraham, Free Miner's  &"���������]?!������������������"- Co. Ii. .-172*1 and forW. II. Vlekors,  K.-ec Miner's Certificate j,*���������. COMI, Intend CO  wH,v'.'ro!? "'. ,I,ltc hereor to applv to the  Mining Kccordf-r for Certificates of fmprovc-  m-inw for tho ptirpos-*- of obtaining Crown  Orantu tit thc above claims.  ���������t������?ZH,U"������,'-'rAKr' NOTICE thai action  i"rtfr^cti������" ���������?��������� "'���������'t 1". commenced before  thc iRsoancc ol such Cenilleate of Improvements. *  JJ!\t,5<!.thl" 1(-th'lny������' February. A.D.1P02.  Fcb 1S" Qoo. 8. MeCarter.  NOTICE.  Knfeineers. Firemen. .Machinists and  Electricians somi for 40 paKe pamphlet  containing questions asked by Ex.  amining Board of Engineers to obtain  Engineers license. Address Geo. A.  Zeller, Publisher. 18 S. 4ib St ' m*  Louis, Mo.. U.S.A. St"   k''  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managing D|rgfttn, '  ne Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  .  ' * Limited Liability.       ' '        ,  Carry a full and complote line of  I Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Qins,  Ports, Sheries, Olarets, Champagne, Liquor*  Imported and Domestic Cigars.-  \ 7 i5e.f<27 our, Inlcrcsting boohs ������������������ Invent-  Jor* Help and " How you are Dwindled."  Jfaend us 11 rough sketch or model of your in-  {vention orimproveiiicnt mid wc will tell yon,  ilree our opinion ns to whether it is probably,  JimtiMitable.. Rejected applications have ofleii  JDeeii . successfully prosecuted hy ns. We  {conduct fully equipped offices iu Montreal  land Washington ; tliisqilaliHes us to prompt-,  liy dispatch work nml quicklv K-curc Patents  las hi cud us the invention. Ili'ghcst references  1 furnished.  i I'iitent-. piocnrcd throuf-h Marion & Ma-  >noii receive rp-clal notice willio'ut clmrjrc in  lover 100 n-wspnpers distributed throughout  1 the I>**iiiiiiioit.  J Specialty:���������Pnt-i>t business of Mauufac-  pturcrsnntl KiigiuceiK.  MARION & MARION  ; Patent Expert- and Solicitors. ���������  ?Office*���������   -f   Kyv VorkLlfeB'Id'jt, nontrcnl?  L-7~7r7~ X-������y^lS������li*'W5������i!Z!S*2Z. 2^������o  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W.B.Paget/Prop.'  f<s)������������5iS<4<_r>3Sf^5LXiXjD.^^  ALEX. McLOAN  &   CO  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, ete.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  A11-orders left at R. M. Smythe1* Tobacco  [;'���������'tP^;yTelephoueNo.7willNcc5lVprompt  A'Cntt fur the  Mason &Risch Pianos  J. McLeod's Residence  SECOND STREET,   EAST.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  !������������SXB<������������G90@������(>SiB*3<3������t2&B������������������GJi  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Reln.il Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc, -  Fish and Game ia Season....  All orders promptly filled.  ^Tffl&i. -������BYB&S������0HB, B.������ * SB  The northwestern Development Syndicate  L.IM.TED  Capital: ?1,000,OCO in 1,000,000 Shares.  Par vulue $1.00 each.  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, B.C.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Olllclul Brokers, Revelstoke, li.C.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo -Lots  BUY BEPORE 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.  from the  ���������Printers   -  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL/AGENT,.    _���������  OB. batho,  Ferguson, B. O.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  ������ Laces and Braids  m  *#  A largo range of Point f.nce,  Unclicsi' and lliiltenburg  Braids, Stamped Design.-,  Slumped Linens, Embroidery  Needles, Hooks, ice,  Ilcrlin and Zephyr Wools, all  shades, Slipper Soles, Valcn-  scicnccs l.ncc, Iiibcrtion.  Call at" the .,.���������.,  MADISON PARLORS  Misses Sheppard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue  msmsseb  First Class Dry*Wood'  delivered in'any length  for Cash. ;  ���������H^-l**l"l-i^-l"l..l-4..t4.,l..i..t4.1.*4������M"l*'l'*  | PJEUEW-HARVEY,  :(''       BRYANT & GiLMAN  >/'       Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, D.C.      Kstabllshed 1S90  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Toj-tx inftiloup to 2,000lbs.  A specialty nincle of checking Smeller  I'tilps.  .; Samples from the Interior by mail or  g\ express promptly attended to.  ������     Correspondence solicited.!  1 VANCOUVER, B. C.  **************************  chnidcr..  Successor to D. Jenkins,  Manufacturer!*, of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing- of Boots, Shoes  and Harness, a Specialty.  Next Door fo Guy Barber's  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest - the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  _, Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  APPliV   IL  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B A., IX.i..  Barrister., Solicitor, Nolnrv  FirHbtrcet, Revelstoke. ' ' '  ,      Honey to loan,    -  Public,  Ete.  JJARVEY, M'CiUm* PINKHAM'  -Barristers. Solicitors, Etc. "   '  Solicitors for imperial Bank of Canada.  Compnnv fund** i  FinsT Stueet,  to loan at8 percent,  lievelstoke B. C.  Is 'the recognized organ for all the latest mining news of North  Kootenay. Particular attention ia paid to securing early and reliable  intelligence fi-om the newly discovered I'ree Milling Gold Camps on Fish  River and from the placer and quart-/, nuincs o'f the Big Bond and district,  in the immediate activity of Kevelstcke. such sis ��������� Illecillewaet, Albert  Canyon, Jordan Pass and Isaac Creek.    Next season -will  witness a big  .revival of certainty throughout North Kootenay, and-mining men and  others desirous of gaining the earliest; ;ind most authentic news from tho  district-will'-find the columns of��������� the  HERALD  their best source   of  iinforination.^*71���������-^-^^^-���������     *'-"��������� '  ���������---������������������-������������������-'" '-^ ���������  Railway News is also a Specialty of the HERALD and articles of  special'interest to Railway men will also be'fouud in its columns.  AS AN ADVER  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, tho backbone of the business of the district.  "Businessmen want their announcements to i-cacIj thc home people who I  have the money to take advantage of their offers and tlie homes and j  families which render it necessary for them to spend it.   No other class of I  circulation is,of any use to them.- These are the kind of peoplo who nmke j  up a big proportion of our  Subscribers,   people   with   homes,   families, j  employment and interests right at home,  the peoplo Revelstoke  incrch- j  ants want to get at.   A space in our advertising columns, judiciously and j  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every home in j  Revelstoke, and in the Railway ai:d Mining points, f.ributriry to Revel- I  stoke business. f  QURJOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT  Is the completest in the district for appliars-es, material and  Craftsmen.* Our work speaks for itself. . No other- office in North  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 the.' times.    .  CHURCHES  SiivriioDtsT circncii, beyelstokk.  Preaching services at 13 n.m. and 7:30 p. m  Cla*.*. meeting at tlio close of the morning  ���������-en-ice. Sabbath Scliool and Bible Class at 3:;!0  Weekly I'rayer Meeting every Wednesday  evening at 7:30. The public nre cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Rev. C. Ladder. Pastor.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  'The  choice  land "north of_traek,  -   : between Tapping's" and Long's/will  *   be -subdivided for salo as  soon as  .-  " possible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  -.   r. O. Box, *12o.  Express Delivery  ��������� AH   orders    left   at   W.* M.  Lawrence's   will    be ��������� promptly-  attended to. '       ���������  ���������  H.   Cook.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each mouth; White .Rose Degree  nieets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows llall.   Visiiiuj; brethren welcome  G. E. GROGAN. HV. EDWARDS,  President. .     ., Hon. Secretary.  ST. PETER S CHUBCJI, ANGLICAN.      '  Eight a.m., Holy Kucharist; 11 n.m., ma'ias,  -itany and sermon filolv luictinrist_first-S'un-  dav in the moiiflij; 2:3o Snndav school, or  children's service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days���������The'Holy Eucharist is  celebrated at 7 a.m. orS n.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism niter Sunday School at3:lo.  c. a. I'liocu.s'iER, Rector.  PRE3BVTI.il IAN'  CHURCH.       s ���������  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. ond 7:30 p.m.  lo which all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  Sp. m. every Wednesdav.  I'.ev.'W. C. Calder, Tastor.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mass   at 10:30 a. m.,  on  Ilrst. iccond and  fourth Sunday*, in the month.  REV.   FATHER   THAYER.  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting eery night in lheir Hall on Front  Street. o  Revelstoke Risk Co., Ltd:  Skating every afternoon and evening from  3 to 5 and from 8 lo 10.  " Thc Public are invited to visit the Rink; no  charge being made for Spectators.  A charge of 2oc'. will be made for skating. ^In  the afternoon ladies or children 15c,  Season Tickets mav be purcliasetfat tlicrlnk.  Ladies flt.jO, Gentlemen *fC. Children tl.  Good for skating afternoon and evening, except special events such as .Cnrnival.*., Hockev  Matches. etc,'     -,,__.'  Hockey Practices^  SENIORS���������Mondays.^Eridays^anJ-Saturdays  ��������� from 10 to 11. Wednesdays, from  7 to S.  JUNIORS���������Tuesdays rrom in to 11,  and Wednesdays from 7 to 8.     . /k  LADIES���������Tuesdays from 2 to 3.  Curling every afternoon and evening.  SOCIETIES.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Recnlar meetings oro held in thc  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Kri-  dav of each month, At 8 p.m. sharp.  Visitin? bretlirt-n cordially invited  ������J " A. .I^HNsON, IV. _\I  W. G. BIRNEY, Rec.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Roval School of Mines, London.    Seven years  at "Morfa   Work.",   Swansea.     17   years   Chiel  Chemist to WIgan Coal and Iron Co.,  Eng.  Late Chemist ������nd Assaver, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  +^*i-4-^*_.*i.^������H.i4,.1.^^.^^^4.^^4..l.-ti  ���������*  t*f  *  ���������v  *  %  *  *  *  *  *  ���������_���������  Wright Porritt  Regrets that he is unable  through illness to be pres- _ '  . ent at liis Studio and at- ���������  tend to business as usual.  He hopes, however, to be  . -able to re-open the Studio  shortly and will announce  the date in this space.  Wright Porritt  Revelstoke, B. O.  In the Concentration Camps.  Dr. C. J. Willgans*/, a well known  Buffalo veterinary surgeon, has  l'oturncd from .South Africa, whither  he went in his professional capacity a������  an employe of Uie British government.  Dr. Willgiins/. takes N-sue with stories  recently told in this city by Boer  representatives and ho spoke freely to  a reporter at his home, So. 216  Carolina street. Dr. Willgansz went  to South Africa with a cargo of horses  fni the British army. lie left New  Orleans on October 1st, 1001. On the  ship were UIO horses and 22 of them  died cn route. Dr. Willgansz first stop  was at Capetown, but the ship continued up the rtitlian ocean SOO miles  to Durban before the horses were unloaded. The doctor was in South  Africa a month and iu that time he  says a good opportunity was given him  , to study the Boer as an individual.  His opinion of th* burgher is not  flattering.  Dr. Willgansz wai asked about the  delension or reconcantrado camps  which have been thc caust of many  hitter attacks upon the British by Boer  sympathizers.  ,,"It has been stated that the women  and children in those camps arc insufficiently fed," said he. "That* is  simply not true. S was in thos* carupK  ���������lots of them���������and I saw for myself  day after day. The people * in them *  are well fed, better than they-ever  were before in their lives, ��������� If they  don't like the life there, it's because  they have to keep clean. Some of the  Boers that have been brought in there  haven't had a bath in five years. But  the British make Ihem keep clean and  as healthy as possible. They have  doctors in attendance and the people  got mudiinne when they need them. I  don't say that all the Boers are uneducated and don't wash, but most of  them live like heathen. There are a.  few of them educated and civilized,  but the majority stand in the light of  progress in every possiblejway.  "Of-course, the leaders are intelligent men, and their force* are hardly  more then slaves. They believe just  what their leaders tell them. I wa  away back from the coast for a few  days and the Boers in there all thought  that Capetown, Port Elizabeth, East  London, and in fact, all the towns and  country on the seacoast, were in the  hands of the Boers. That is a fact*.  Their leaders have told them such is  the case and they believe ��������� it. - They  aro told that all they have to do ;it to  drive the British out of their parts, as  the rest of the country - haa been  cleared of them.  "The Boers who nre ��������� brought' down  to the coast to be sent away look'with'  amazement at the peaceful   lite  there  and are vastly  surprised   to   see   the   .  British in charge.   They all think   the  coast is in   the   hands .of   the  Boers.  Things are   misrepresented  to  those  'ignorant burghers.     'Talk   about the  English being bard on their  prisoners  and crupl beyond   humanity   and  all  that!   Why, I know for a positive fact  that the Boers under Sages of truce go  to thc English and ask  for  bandages  0   no  I Baker and  I   Confectioner  fL  W  I  A full and complete  line of  GROCERSES  A. 1 Si  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison your systems  using-Condensed Milk, done  up in old rusty tin cans?  when you can buy pure  SALMON ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  ������  *  1*  *  *���������>  x*  *  ���������*>  *  x*  *  *  1*  *  Cor. Mackenzie Ave. Jp  and Railway Street. *  ���������* *  **************************  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,$2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.  H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS. BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Kurs denned Rnd Bepaired.  JUST KAST OF PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  . * Third Street.  In Stock...  TO   LET  Cottage, lomor Fourth Street aud Orton  Avenue. For -particulars apply to D. F  Forbes, The Molsoni Bank. DeC 23-tf  A Warehouse full of first-class  Quality   Wheat, Oats,  Short,       Bran,  Hay, coal.  Prices away down for Spot Cash.  J. C. HUTCHISON.  NOTICE Of ASSMNMENT  NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that Henry J.  Ilourne, ol Revelstoke, British Columbia, nnd  I'rnnk II. Bourne, of N������kusp,Britl_,li Columbia,  carrying on business at Revelstoke, Nakusp  and New Denver ns General Merchants, under  the firm name of Bourne Brothem, iiave by  deed dated tho 10th day of January, 1W2,  assigned nil their and rnch of lheir real and  personal properly wliich may be seized and  sold underexecution, Ior the general benefit  of creditors to Frederick Buscombe, of Haro  street, Vancouver, Merchant, and Arthur  William Johnston, of WaterStreet, Vancouver,  Merchant.   .  A meeting of the^credltors is heroby called  for Monday, tho 20th day of January, 1902, at  the hour of i p. m. at the office of Messrs. S.  Grecnshiclds Son & Co., Water Street, Vancouver. -  All creditors nre required to file with Arthur  William Johnston, oue of thc Assignees, full  particulars of their claims and tho nature ol  their securities, if any, held by them, and  notice Is hereby given that after the first day  of April the Assignees will proceed to distribute the assets among the. creditors, of whose  debts or' claims they shall have received  nolicc,.and that they will not be responsible  for the assets or any part thereof so distributed  to any creditor of whose d_ebt or claim they  shall not.thec have received notice.  Dated,tliisl4.h day of January, A.D., 1002.  '^ilAVIS, MARSHALL & MACNEILL,  Solicitors lor thc Anilgnecs.  atrdTiferdicinesaiid'tHey're not refused.  So sir,  not  once   have   the "English,  refused lo give out those thing* to the  enemy.    But,'the other way, when an  Englishman is taken priioner.    Why,  the Boere starve him three or.four daya  and then strip hi in of his clothes  and*  send him oil, telling him to report to  his cm plain.     Sometimes   tbey  paint  the soldiers all colors and tell him to ro  buck, to tlu-ir enmp. No, I tell you, the  Bours don't wiinL education. Of course.  I niu speaking of the   masses.     There  are FOine who go to school  and  want  to lie toinethiiig,   but  they  are  few.  The Boei is indolent,  willing to beat  the Kiifllr slaves and have him *do  all  the work' nnd let me tell you that the  natives of  Africa  nre.waiting   lheir.  chance to get at the Boers.   They have  beon    their  slaves   and    were. badly  treated and thoy   await   a   chance to  pay up. , , ���������'  "If the British army could be with-  drawn from Smith Africa, say in 24  hours, all the native tribes would  swoop down on them'. Those native*  respect thc British and hold off because  of them. They say the Irish soldier*  won't tight against the Boers. That'������  all nonsense. Every Irishman in th������  army down there knows what th������  Boers are. Knowing,- they'll fight  agajnst them. Why, the Boen hat*  Catholics as the devil hates holy  water. I say this because maay  Catholic societies have assisted th*  Boers, They don't know what!they  are doing."  When asked what he thought ths  chances were for the Boers, Dr.  Willgansz said: "It took the bmtt.  soldiers of this country three years - to  capture one Indian. But they did itt  The English will do it, ton"  iS'A  ���������_������r1  K"'  '������������������ '-.i MISTAKES  ��������� .*.:..   May bo made in wearing  Chest Protectors  But your greatest mistake will  be made in not. wenring one.  Tliey are a grent. preventative  ��������� of cold and nobody should he  without one when tliey can  get them so cheap at the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.'/.  All Sizes arid Pi-ices.  See them in our window.  MARRIED.  Bkuhn���������Treet���������On the 2Cilh ���������'.instant,  at the Victoria hotel, bv Rev. C.  Ladner, Ralph Walgreen Bruhn to  Sarah Ann Adi Treet, all of Sicamous.  NOTES OF  NEWS  Mr. J.  Foley  of  Arrowhead   was  visitor in town this week.  . J, II. Harvey. ' came iu last night  fi-om his property on Pool creek.  ���������Fresh butter n-t-A. N. Smith's.  Mrs. Forbes has left on a visit to her  mother. Mis. Stewart, at Calgary.  ���������Fresh eggs at A.N. Smith'*.  James Simpson,' an old Cariboo  miner, died at Okanagan mission lasl  Saturday.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. N.   Smith's. | ^  Messrs. McO.-irty and Mi-Kae have  arrived in Ottawa and had an audience  of several ministers.  W.J. Butler is doing development  work on the Lni-kv Jim gioup, near  Goldfields, with splendid results.  ��������� The subject in tbe Methodist church  Sunday evening next, will be "The  .Greatest of all Questions."  One of the biggest customs clearances made at the local ollice was  made this week, the duty on the item  mentioned being $1,000.  ���������Centre pieces, beautitul designs,  at half price.   Madison Parlors,  Paderewski, the master pianist and  troniposer, will make his appearance  ih Canada at Massey llall, Toronto, on  March oth. . .  As announced in another column the  photographer who is making the photo  buttons and stamp photos will remain  till thelOtli of this month.  ���������Cushion tops at a great* reduction  Madison Parlors. >'  ���������  Chas. Dutchman, who has the contract for a 100 foot tunnel on tbe  Moscow, one of thc Double Eagle Co's  properties on Pool creek came up i'roni  the south on Thursday.  Ed. Adair the delegate from tbe  local lodge here to the Grand Orange  Lodge at Nelson returned last night,  Mr. Adair visited the Boundry country  during his trips,south.  A Chinaman died in Vancouver on  Wednesday from * an over dose of  opium. For ten days before he died  h'e was in a deep slumber from which  he neTer regained consciousness.  ���������Every time you leave your order at  Wilson's for a.' pair of pants you are  giving some'one in town a day's work.  This is a world o ceaseless change.  Von can tell our mining laws now,  but in CO days they may not be recognizable. Our legislature is now in  session. Let us pray.���������New Denver  Ledge.  Tne Enid Martin Concert Co. desire  through the columns of the Herald  to thank the Ladies Aid Society of the  Presbyterian church for the excellent  manner in which they arranged Wednesday night's conceit.  Affl> WINTER SUITINGS  niicouve.r on  Miss E, Baker left for  Wednesday.  C. Paget is in the city on a visit, to  friends unci;relatives.  Gold Commissioner Fraser returned  List night from n week's U-ip'touth.  Wednesday was the twenty-(il'th  anniversary of the Pope's reign.  Mrs. II..1. Bourne returned -.froin a  .���������month's visit ..to friends in Alberta on  Sunday. ''  Mrs. W. it. lle'xxl returned from  Kamloops this inoriiing whei e she has  heen visiting fur lhe.past, month.  ���������Don't send your orders east when  Wilson can givo you better satisfaction for your money.  ���������Every Limr* you leave your order  at Wilson's for a suit you are' giving  some one ii". town work.  British Columbia has 1.1 towns and  cities with a population exceeding one  thousand people.���������Miner's GazeUu.  ���������Just a few choice blouso lengths  arrived.    Madison Parlors..  Mr. Jukes, of ths Imperial Bank,  Vancouver, was in town this week  inspecting the iocal branch. He went  on to Golden yesterday morning.  The Kev. A. E. Green of Vancouver,  will^delivera lecture in the interests of  lhe Independent, Order of Good  Templars in the Methodist church on  Tuesday evening next nl S p. in. The  Uev. Mr.X'alder will   lake   the   chair.  ���������Special sale' of stamped linens.  Madison Parlors.  Adam McMahon and William McMahon, father and brother of the  Messrs. Jas. and Sum McMahon of. tbe  city, arrived ou No. 1 lust night from  Winnipeg and will reside in Kevelstoke  for the future, ���������  D. F. Cameron returned on Thursday  night from a visit lo the Goldfinch at  the new tuwn of Goldfields. Dan  believes that the .Goldlhich is '. the  richest claini in the Fish liiver camp  and proposes lo work it this. stimnivr  to demonstrate the fact.  J. H. Jackson has opened an  insurance otlice on Front >truet two  doors west of the Brown block. Mr,  Jackson has just rucoived the appointment as agent for the.Canada' Life one  ofthe very .strongest Canadian companies.  Nurse Anderson, of the Victorian  Order of Nurses, has had several cases  since her arrival. The hospital board  have arranged n most rcasonnbht  schedule of charges tor her ��������� attendance  and good trained 'nursing is now  available to 'everyone.  Reports from California indicate  that the shipments'.of'(.rmges.and  lemons from the southern part, of .the  state this season will not fall short ol  20'0C0 cars ngainst22,500 cars last. year.  The orange crop of northern California  promises also largely to exceed that of  last year.  John Miller and Mrs. Miller, of St.  Thomas, Out., father and mother - of  Mrs. T. XV, Bradshaw, left for their  ���������home on Friday 'morning after a three  months visit to this city and other  parts of the Province. Mr. Miller is  possibly one of the oldest railway  employes in Canada, having been for  thirty years employed in the one office  of the company he represents at St.  Thomas. He was greatly pleased with  British Columbia and will likely make  us another visit during the summer  months in the near future when our  .province is al it* very best.  -VSU���������  SIBBALD 8s. FEELD,     -  fliAiiiiiA4iii4444i  iii1  ������������������*&  *���������������  *������;'  A. Ferguson, of Ferguson, one of  the best known mining men' of" the  L-irdeau, was married last week in  Vancouver to .Miss Lizzie Lennox,  formerly of'.Toronto.' The Heuai.Ii  joins with Andy's many friends in this  district in wishing himself and .bride a  hn-ppy married life.  ���������The very newest, in linen insertions  and trimmings.   Madison Parlors,  F. AV. MiGregor and'J. Savage, have  shipped today a ear loud   of  effects to  All are invited to alleiid. ~   ^7=i'���������:������������������  A report appeal ed in a  recent  i**sne  of the Mail l.o  tlie  effect  that Messrs.  W. B. Pool. D.iveand Andy Ferguson  have disposed of their interi***l.*J   in  the  Lardeiiu and were about   to  Ii������hv<j  lhc*  district.    A Hkrai.d man  interviewed  tbe gentlemen   above  mentioned  and  they   denied   emphatically   lb it tbey  intended to leave ihe Lui deau.     Their  interests  in   that diitricl   are jus'   n'-  numerntis  anil   valuable  as  ever they  were, wilh tin** exemption of tin*   >t��������� <t<-1  Fergu.sni',   which   the    owi.fr*.    huvr*  ���������IhipoM'd  of to J.   McDonald  of I������"\-el*  stoke and I. V. Hdrnn of NeNon.'  .heir ranches at Salmon Ann. and will  >*o west themselves on So. 1 tonight..  .Mrs. McGregor and family will go  through to Kamloops lor a few weeks  tovisii relatives there liefore going to  her future home al Salmon Arm, while  Mrs. Savage and family will go direct  with Mr. Savage to ihe ranch.  Rifle Association.  A meeting for the purpose of organizing a civilian rifle association, was  held on Tburs-dayevening. Mr. D. O.  Lewis in the chair. It was decided to  leave th**' service roll for signature in  Mr. Sihhuld's ollice. The following  were appointed a committee to complete the wrrk of organization.  Messrs. D. O. Lewis. T.* Bain: B.  l_.iv.-5on. I-". I). Lewis and W. AV.  Foster. The meeting adjourned to  meet again on Wednesday, March oth,  4*r*^tha_CiLv___rri__lJ_._^A_!l._Hieinbers arc  requested to attend lhis meeting, at"  which ollicei-s will ho electad. The  service roll i.s open for signature, in  Mr. Sihhald's ollice. until AVedncsdav,  March 5th.  1 LIVt, AHD LH LIVE!! I  %  1  ti.*ntf.-*t**i^s__A*'5������  ���������5������^<������*!M������ia*rc*.  ���������^���������VUStS&ri*  irpontion of the  - aty of, Revelstoke  BYLAW No, 59.  W)  0:  m  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  very elaborate  variety  of Fall  and  Winter   Suitings and   you'll   find -  workmen who arc competent to make up .any of these  Suitings exactly to  your liking.    Wc do not employ  cheap tailors, wc do not handle any goods  that' could.  possibly depreciate our excellent reputation. ,    We cannot compete witli sweat shop ready-made clothes when"  price is the sole consideration, but when] style'and'fit  and wear arc duly considered, wc can-and .do. compete  wilh all ready-made goods, and all other'tailors..'.'  Ladies' Tailored Stiits.-to Order. "V     -'"  t    J".   B..  Thc   Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave.  Please don't try and run us  out, of town Uy sending vour  ordors east. AVe. must have  yonr work in order to live.  Wi* (h'pend on ynu fur our  work ! I'>.-U'i'ii House*; do  ii'.t! Do nut allow yourself  lobe rojK'd in.by their peddler-; Wu uUii guarantee  to  ijivr*  you   belter siitisfae.  tion for vour monev.  i  Next the McCarty Block.  >Ji������������ffiiS������2<i������S���������������������^^  Quinine Wine,.  anci iron Tonic  Produces that rested-feci ing.  Itii'p'urtH s'rrin'trtli rpiinlJly nnd  remedies weakened roiuHti'jtiK  of llie sys:t**m.  J\ n'oxe'illr-nt mcillcliie- for any  S'liison (it llio your, but .inrllcu-  . lurly tio*v.  50c. a Bott ie.  OUH UIO STUCK OI*'  Drugs, Meciscines  and Sundries,  Ii������f������1iiflc*s <!Vi*ry lilnfc required In  thc wifjk room or home.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  IlrujiRlst nn'l 'Stationer.  Jlrown Block, Telephone -18.  Tenders Wanted.  TENljRr.S for thf* r-rectinn of a  two-stor'-y brick building .-it, the for*  ner of .McKenzie avenue nnd Find,  -treel will he re*;i;iv.--d by the under-  t'lKneci up to March 20! Ji at noon.  'I'lie lowe.-'.t, rn* any lender not  ncruwiu-ily accepted.  Plans ;ind specific;! t.ionr*, irir.y be riecn  at the office of '  C. E   HUME & CO  A JiVLAW to iiutliorisEc Ihe Corporation  ���������'*��������� of the Cily ol" Revelsloke lo sell and  dispose of Lot 7, in Block 23, Plan 636A,  Revelstoke, lo Thomas A. Welton, llio  same not being required for Corporate  purposes, and' to accept.from said Welton  as p-ivment therefor,   Lois 8 and 9,   Block  3. Plan 636A. Revelstoke.  "\VHEREAS lhc Canadian Pacific Railway Company on tlie 27th day 01 September 1899, delivered to the Corporation of  die Cily of Revelsloke a free conveyance  of Lot 7, in lllock 23, Plan 636A, in the  Cily ol* Revelsloke, as a site for a l'*ire  Hall on condition lhat Thomas A Welton,  the owner or adjoining properly, should  convoy lo said City a lot of land for a like  purpose free of charge to the City, and in  furtherance ot such ari-angeiuenl it was  agreed by and between ��������� lhe said Corporation .ind the said Welton thai if the said  Well on would convey to the said Corpor-  ation Lois S and 9, in said Block 23, as a  site for a Fire l-lTill~free of ehai'_je~to tlie  said   Corporation,    thc   said   Corporation  would   convey   lo   the   said    Welton    in  exchange therefor, thesaid Lot 7, in Plock  23, the same being no*longer required   for  Corporate purposes.  AN'D WHEREAS the said Welton has  convoyed tp the said Corporation lhe said  Lots 8 and 9, in said lllock 23, in exchange  for the said Lot 7, in said KlocU 23, and  the said Lot 7, in Block 23, i.s no longer  required for corporate purposes.  NOW, THICREI-'ORE, the Municipal  Council of the Corporation ofthe City of  Revelstoke enact as follows:  1,���������It shall he lawful ���������for the Corporation ef the Cily of Revelsloke to sell and  dispose ol Loi 7, in Block 23, Plan fi.lfiA,  in the Cily of Revelstoke to Thoina*. /..  Wellon, lhe same being not required for  Corporate purposes and to ueccpl as  payment for such real properly Lots 8  and  _i,  in  said Block 23.  Read a fiist lime February jStli, 1502.  Read a second,time February 28th, 1902  Read a third lime February 2HU1, 1902,  with tin* unanimous consent ofthe Council.  Received the assent of the electors  March ,. 1902.  Reconsidered and finally passed and  doptcd by lhe Council  March 1902.  &������������8>3&*>  FUUNITUUR fJUODS must, bo sold  nt eost in order tn make room for  another large ear of Furniture, which  will ba here shortly, end and see if  we can't iirriii.ge to'supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE  FURNITURE  X ilA.'VE'IT!*,  The largest stock  of  the ltitost WATCHES, ,  CLOCKS, "KINGS,   SILVERWARE,    CUT  GLASS,  FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables mo to buy  goods   iittbe   right  prices,   enabling mo to  sell to tho public at reasonable prices.  J".   G-TJY  IB-AJR/BIEIR/.  -.   "    AVATOIV ItrePAIIUNCl, A .8r.K0IAI.TY.  0^)'������0'������'S(S;S)(*8'(S(S(S(SS'  SIBBALD & FIELD,  AG-ENTSFOB , .'  /no-   C. P. K. TOWNSITE,  fXT-   MA HA TOWNSITK.  3-J8*-   (ll.ltllAKI) TOWNSITE.  C&-   CAMIiOUNJi TOWNSITK,  CJiuinilii l'erimuioiit'St Western  ftlVT 1 TtTPT A T     lOium'Iii I'erimuieiit & Western  ���������rilNAnl.lAL-5       Ciiiuula .MortKnise Corpornilnn.  S. illXii i \jxj.*.lj   1 Eqnlliiblu '.'livings hoiui .uni UiitUllug Annoolatlon.  ' t Imperial Kiro. ������������������   Calcdoiiliui I  The Carries Creek Consolidated  Cold Mines,  Limited.  NOTICE IHIIHIIKIIV (ilVllN'I'HATTIIIO  Annual fb-nwriil .Meeting of .Slmrn-  holderi of the above mimed Company  will be held nt the Company's office, at  lievelstoke, Urij-iih Columbia on tbo  I lib dity of March, UX12, at, two o'clock  in tlio afternoon. I'or the purpose of  electing otllcers for Lhe ensuing year  nnd for all other general purposes  relating lo the. .Management of the  Company.  TheTrniuifi'i' Hool; of the Company  will be closed 4I11 i-irif-C I In* fourteen days  immediately pn'ci*diii(_;  Ibis  Mooting.  I. T.  lllll'.WBTKIt,  Secretary.  Kevelstoke. M.f'.. Feh. 2Kb, l-XBJ.  CITY CLKKR  MAYO I  TAKIv  S'OTICF. thai the at-  *     ropy   of   the   proposed  bove.is a true  ,py ol the proposed Hylaw upon  wliich llu- vote of the Miinicipaliiy|will be  taken at tlu* I'iic Hall, Second Slice.  Kevelstoke, between the hours of ei^ht  oVIock in llu* forenoon and four o'clock  in the afternoon on the fourth (lay of  March, A. I)., 1,502.  C. K. SHAW,  Clerk of the Municipal Court.  NOTICE.  Engineers, Kirenieu, Machinists and  Electricians send for 10 pnKO pamphlet  containing ipiestifins asked by Ex  ainininj. Board of Enpinners to obtain  KiiRineers license. Address Geo. A.  Zcller, Publisher. 18 S. 4th St.. St.  liOiiis, Mo., U.S.A.  Mureiiiitllu Kire.  MaiH'liB-ster Tiro.  Northern Kiro,  Great Wont .Life.  fl    .  Ciiiiiiilliiu Kiro.  ��������� (iiiiirillnn KI re.   _  Oi'Ciui. Acclilunl rihI (Jiuiriiiituc.   Confcrteriitlon Llio  (.Ciuimlliin Accident Assuriuico Cn.  C'onnccllout Flre  H0USES'J FORSALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANC1NQ.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  Wiped Out  , That's what the: man  siiid who wasn't insured. A small payment .every two: or.  three years Would  have enabled him to  ���������say -  LOSS FULLY COVERED           INSURANCE  Optional with you. of course, which you want to say, but we  would strongly advise you to carry somu insurance. Your card  will bring you" full information as to cost.  LEWIS   BROS.  HEAL KSTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS.        NOTARIES PUBLIC.

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