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 Ill  REVELSTOKE B.C.   SATRUDAY,   FEBRUARY 22, 190X  $2 OO a Year in Advance  Come and See  100 Pairs  Boots dnd Shoes  Men's, Ladies'and Children's,  now selling at actual COST.  NO OLD STOCK.  These'goods were all purchased ���������  last season. *  SHIRTS  SHIRTS  Save 40 per cent and buy your'  Shirts now.  We are offering a splendid line  "of ?W. "G..'&" R.' and White  Shirts at the' above big discount. All goods.are of the  Latest Style and Pattern.  HATS  Our bargains in  Hats are in  keeping with above discounts.  The stock includes:  FEDORAS  (RUSH fid  STIfFHATS  We. have a Beautiful Line in  Goods at away down figures.  Data Showing How the Pennsylvania's Retirement Department Works.���������Employes on  That Railway Pensioned off.  Thu pension department of thu  Pennsylvania Railroad company has  prepaied very interesting data show-  in r the results of oporaliou thereof  during thr two years of its existence.  As is very generally known, the company, availing itself nf every practical  opportunity to reward the employes  who, during lhe greater part of their  lives, lent their cooperation in the  elTtirlK lo attain its present standaid,  about two years ago created and  adopted a plan I'm* the purpose) of retiring such employes on pens-ion allowances as Ihey arrived at ihe Llu*en  score and ten mark, or l.o I hose who  nre between tho ages ol G."> anil Cl) years  aud have rendered HO or more years of  active service and on account of  physical disability n'ru unable to  further pursuu their vocations, granting to ihem the privilege of uilher  electing their own relirun e it wilh an  allowance, or if iu Hie judgment of lhe  employing ollicer the employe is no  longer able to pei form his limit's,  retirement is in-ule upon rceoininonda-  t.ion of that oliicial. The statistics of  lhe department, compiled as of December HI, 10U1, indicate that Ihere were  authorized tn he paid lo retired employes during llu* vi'iir 1001 allowances  aggregating $202,200.20 and lhis added  to Hie allowances paid during 10.10,  shows a grand total of $iiHU,310, f7 for  the two years of lhe deparl munt's  existence, which expenditure was  borne entirely by the companies  associated in lhe aefministration of the  depart ment, heing provided for by an  animal appropriation of $1100,000 and  does not include lhc amounts incurred  in Ihe operation of the department.  Since the inception of the department.  liiT-Templovps have heen retired and  granted pension allowances, of which  number 217 have, lo December 111, 101)1.  died. Of Ihe total'nutiiher retired. 218  were of the 05 lo 70 year class, li'3 in  1000 and 105 io luOL "Of lliosesorelieved  from active duly lhe requests .originating wilh the employes were- four  to ovory ono emanating from the  employing officer. This is a, very  strong indication that tho efforts of  the company in allowing its disabled  employes to retire at Uie age of 05  yours with a substantial allowance., for  the remainder of their live"*" "are much  appreciated. The company, in order  to keep this particular branch up to  its well known standard of operation,  made arrangements hy which a complete record_ot' all employes would be  .kept, showing the various positions of  every ono from the date of first entering-into the'service to.the day of  death. By. doing this it is possible for  the company at any time to anticipate  "such demands as may' be made-in  subsequent years for ' pension purposes.  om* eye and rendering the other, for  lhe piesent al least, blind, Egan was  rendered unconscious, but on'reviving  he at once slatted to climb down the  rugged mountain side, a distance of  three-quarters of a mile, feeling his  way with lhe well hand ahd;wilh  nothing further toguide him tliim the  knowledge that he waa going down  hill. Heat last arrived at the railway  track, where his cries for help.brought  a rancher from across the river. The  rancher took him to Lhe siding, from  which he was brought to tho Nelson  hospital hy a passing train. lie will  lose one eye, and possibly both and a  part of one hand.  OF PYTHIANS  Thirty-Eighth Anniversary Establishment of the Order Being  Celebrated.  Members of the Knights of Pythias  throughout the land on "Wednesday  celebrated in Chicago tho thirty-eighth  anniversary of the establishment of  their order. They believe they have  good cause.for jubilation in the rapid  growth and "nourishing condition of  the order throughout the country.  Since it was founded by' Justine il.  Ralhbono, in "Washington, D. C.'y. less  than four decides ago. the Knights of  Pythias has spread to every state, .and  territory of the Union, to Canada,  Alaska, Cuba, tho Hawaiian Islands  and Mexico. Tho membership has  passed tho half-million mark and the  percentage of gains shows np signs of  decrease. Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,  Pennsylvania, Now York and ��������� Missouri, lead tbe roll with California,  Kansas, Colorado, Florida, Minnesota,  Nebraska, Oregon j Texas and--Wisconsin fd.ljwing close behind. The present  Supreme Chancellor of the order is  Ogden H: Fethers of Wisconsin, who  will hold office until his successor is  chosen at"' the next meeting .fof thc  Sitm-eme JVnlge,-which is to be held tin  S.m Francisco next August.  The New Bridge Near Completion. A New Hotel to be  Erected and a Saw Mill to be  Operated.  The new lown of Goldlieldfl, in the  Fish Itiver free milling gold camp, is  aln-iwly beginning to attract attention  and inquiries arc coming in steadily as  regards tho purchase of lots. The  owners, .Messrs. Perry and Goldsmith,  are now busy eompleliiig tin new  bridge across Fiu]i Kiver wliich brings  tho big properties on Lexington  mountain within a th'irty minute walk  of the town, which properties include  the famous Eva and Imperial groups  and the Oyster group. A sawmill will  be placed on the ground very shortly  nnd builc.ing operations will commence  as soon as spring opens up. Among  the most important buildings to he  erected is a first class th.-eo storey  hotel and a general storo building.  Goldfields will naturally be the distributing and pay roll centie for the  big producing mines of the camp. An  investor would do well to thoroughly  investigate the great possibilities of  this new town at once. Lewis Bros,  aro the agents in Kevelstoke and iu a  few days will announce the placing of  lots on the market through these  columns.  NOTICE.  Engineers, Firemen, Machinis-ls and  Electricians send for-10-page pamphlet  containing questions asked hy Ex  amining Board of Engineers to obtain  Engineers license. Address Geo. A.  Zeller. Publisher, 18 S. Uh St.. St.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.  Enid Martin.  One of the largest audiences that  has been seen at a concert in this city  for a very long time attended the farewell musicale given by the Enid  Martin Concert Company, in the First  Presbyterian church last evening. The  talented vocalistiwho was the prima  dona at last night's concert, and the  following well .known ladies and  gentlemen - took..part in tho concert:  Miss E. Hicklin,. Mr. George AVood,  Mr. Fellowes-IIa'nson arid :Mr. Hynd-  limn. Mr. Edgar Bayliss.'L. R. A. M.,  assisted- as, accompanist aud . also  rendered'several putn'oforie solos."*" The"  programme was'"a carefully solected  one and was rendered with" much  ability, groat sweetnessand expression  characterising the singing of several.of  the solos, rendered. Enid Martin has  always been a, favorite in Vancouver  musical circles and since her return  from Paris her singing has never failed  to draw enthusiastic applause. As  usual, therefore, her solos lust c\-cnin*j  wore repeatedly encored, a tribute to  her powers which she acknowledged  with ('harming grace*, acquiescing  several times. Among the many old  favorites rendeiod during the evening  were Mendelssohn's' "O Rest in tho  Lord," "The Heavenly Fold" (Lloyd),  ���������'He was Despised," froni Handel's  "Messiah," and "The Promise of Li fa"  (Cowon), Tlie Enid Martin Concert  Company leaves shortly on a concert  tour through the North West and  ('.astern Canada.���������Vancouver News-  Advertiser.  Enid .Martin Concert Co. appear in  the opera house here on Wednesday  next. The prospects for a bumper  house are excellent and the concert  promises to lie the treat of the season.  Liberals Disavow the Vancouver  Convention ancl Repudiate  Selection of Martin as Their  Leader.  ViCTOHlA, Feh. 20.*���������With practically  unanimous voice, the action of the  recent Liberal convention in Vancouver and t.he provincial leadership  of Mr. Joseph Martin were repudiated  lasl evening by the Liberals of I he city  of Victoria.  Tlie meeting was an exciting one. It  was called for the purpose of hearing  the reports of the delegates who bad  been sent to Vancouver to attend lhe  convention and to discuss the situation  generally. The delegates made their  report, first those headed by Mr, L. P.  Dull'and Mr. Gordon Hunter, who  with Senator Teinpleman had ie hod  from tbe convention when the provincial executive was turned down and  then en me the explanations of the one  or two* Victoria men who had remained  throughout the convention.  IL did not require a vote Lo ascertain  the sentiments of the Victoria Liberals.  When a vole was taken, however, as a  mere matter of form; it was decided  by-the large number .present, with  only a dozen-dissenting voices, that  tho action of the convention should bo  ���������*opiulii>.tud..-and..dpi'.li)i:Pd.. to_.be_ not  binding'on the party, and that Mr.  Martin's leadership should also be  repudiated. Tho latter resolution  was passed with practically no opposi-  t on.  Just what effect this action in  Victoria will have remains of course to  be seen, but it is probably only the  forerunner of what will -he done in  various other sections of the province  whose delegates quitted the convention.  CUT OFF  THE BOERS  BY BUYING AT  IHE PRESENT TIME  YOU WILL SAVE  BIG MONEY, AS  THE STOCK MUST  BE CLEARED BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald ��������� Man on His  Daily Rounds.  " President J. T. Wilson, of thc B. R.  T. of A spoke to d00 men at Winnipeg  on Monday night.  Rory McLennan, C. P. R. brakesman. ��������� returned yesterday from a*  months visit on the coast.  -=���������The-uew-G.-Pi-Ri-officesin^Rossland  were opened this week with J. ,P.  Bagnell in charge of the ticket department.  ��������� R. F- Sproule, of Fort William, has  arrived' in Winnipeg to fill the  vacancy in the C.P. Si. freight sheds  caused by thc death of Chief Clerk  Elliott.  Special Agent Large, of tho Grand  Trunk railway system, arrived in  Detroit on Saturday night with  Thomas O'Grady, '33 years, au operator, giving his address as Montreal  aud the prisoner, who is wanted in  connection with the larceny of railway  tickets, was locked up at the central  station. Charles Bartlett, an operator, was recently hold for trial lo the  recorder.8 court, heing implicated in  the came case for which O'Grady is  now held.  A singular accident occurred to a  trainman on Friday last. As the  Slocan train pulled into the city depot  it was found that one of the train men  was missing. A-search was immediately instituted for the missing man.  It was ascertained that he had  mounted the cars as the train was  rounding a curve and had been swept  off tbe train. Luckily he fell into a,  snowbank and consequently suifered  no injuries. He used a tie pass for the  city.���������Nelson Tribune.  FEBRUARY seems to be. JUNE-in the Whitewear Section these days.  The idea of Buying Summer Underwear in thc Winter time at Winter Prices  has caught on to a much greater extent than ever before and the daily crowds  certainly give the impression that this ��������� Whitewear movement in February is  appreciated.-   Advantages of This. Sale arc these :���������  GREATER ASSORTMENT.      _    NEWEST STYLES.   -   ���������7   :        "-   ��������� wmfEk~pxacE's:    "      "~       ~"  Experience of a Prospector.  Nelson, B. C. Feb. 10.���������Unusual  nerve and endurance were displayed  by Michael Egan, a pioneer prospect������ r  who was injured near Beasley siding  hy a premature blast today. He had  been working alone on a claim when  about 0 o'clock either the cap or a  blast went off, severing the thumb and  forefinger of the right  hand, injuring  CUT   PRICES   IN  Ladies9 Blouses and Wrapper  Q  Commencing To-day, and throughout the entire Month of February, we  promise you a Big Bargain in anything you buy. All Winter Goods must go  this month.    It pays us to slaughter now.     It must surely pay you.  Arn**.xv.miimmnii  Down They Go.  11  Ladies' and Children's Stylish Jackets.  This Season's very Latest Styles and Shades���������not 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 words be sold at about half thc value.  ������mjw..������j-������i ������������������������ 1-ji.i I.....JJ���������  MORE INTERESTING NEWS  FROfVJ 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 ancl style. These  specials for this month at 40 per cent, reduction on our regular close prices.    -  Mail  O rders  REID & YOUNG  Promptly  Solicited  Detachment    of Scotch   Greys  Were Surprised at Klipdam.���������  From     General      Hamiltons  Column.  London, Feb. '22.���������A detachment of  the Scols Greys, one of Great Britain's  crack dragoon regiments, has been cut  oif by the Boers at Klipdam.  Major0. W..M. Fielden and Capt.  E. Ussher were severely wounded, two  men were killed, tix wounded, and 4fl  captured.  The news was received toduy from  Lord Kitchener in a despatch dated  from Pretoria, F������b. 19.  The Scots Gruyti formed partof G������n.  Gilbert Hamilton's column. The latter  while moving on Nigel on Ftb. IS.  engaged a force of Boers at Klipdam.  The Scotch Greys became detached,  ivure surrounded and were cut off.  Gen, Hamilton was unable to dislodge the Boers from their poiition, so  he continued his march towards Nigel.  The Boers releafed the Scots Greya  who had been made prisoners.  Elaborate preparations are being  made for tbe reioption of Prince  Henry in New York. He is expected  here today.  Official despatches assert thata calm  has been restored at Barcelona,  Suragossa and Vaneeia, but th* eDtire  I rade is at a standstill.  The 71st .Regiment, armory, New  York, was destroyed hy fire. A large  quantity of powder exploded. Ambulance calls were sent out but it Is not  k lown so far it anyone was injured.  Tho Transport Victorian, with the  second section - of tha Canadian  Mounted Rifles,-lias arrived at Capetown.  The Italian cabinet has resigned.  Snow followed by rain and sleet,  created in New York and vicinity the  most disagreeable weather conditions  known for years. Traffic on Brooklyn  bridge was stopped and all trains are.  behind time.  McCrossan  and the eacae  Accuses That Paper of Making'  False Statements in Regard  to Certain Mining Stock In  Which He is Interested.  Mr. McCrossan and the Eagle.  During C. XV. McCrossan's visit to  town on Thursday the Herald succeeded in getting an interview with  the gentleman in regard to recent  statements appearing in the Lardeau  Eagle in reference to Mr. McCrossan  _and_'the-Couipany_and-properties-vrhich--  he represents, To the question as to  the truth ofthe statements appearing  in the Lardeau Eagle, Mr. McCrossan  said:  1. The Eagle declares that tha  companies I am most interested in  are very highly capitalized and that  none of the stock is pooled. Tha fact  of the matter is that considerably over  ono half' of all the etock in each  company is pooled.  For instance, "The Golden Circle"  company is capitalized for 1,500,000  shares of which" all but 50,000 are  pooled. Only a portion of these even  have been sold.  2. The Eagle falsely status that our  stock has been slutfed in the enst and  that not "one hundredth part of tha  money received" has been in veiled for  the good of the shareholders. Tha  f'ict i.s that all the money received by  me for thc sale of mining stocks in the  east has been invested in that country .  absolutely and entirely for the benefit  of the companies I represent.  During the last 15 months I have  paid into the prospects of the miners,  merchants and packers of the Lardeau  tho sum ofSS0,000.  Besides this I have induced men to  enter the Ltirdeau who -have in turn  purchispd properties and invested  iarge sums of money.  Mr. Pettipiece, the editor of the  Eagle, himself received 81,300 commission on tlie sale of tha Metropolitan  property which he now calls a "two bit'  prospect.  With this money he was enabled to  build the respectable building in which  hi������ paper is published. The siid "two  bit' prospect has had $8,000 spent upon  it during the last year and hundreds  of feet>of the highest grade ore in the  country almost shown to be continuous  on 21 different stringers. Seventy  six lbs. of this ore, when run through  a Vulcadgrrlelter at Los Angeley, Citf.,  showed'%65 oza. of silver to a ton of  bullion. When Mr. Pettipiece slandered  me he slandered one who has been to  him always a friend.  '   .-1  I.,  ���������. .0???-' i'i  V-  <r,  ifcucbfoliU |Jn-ii(ii aiul |[iu(uiau  ii'  Jifyl':* ^OllVI|ill,  Published Hy  The  Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  t Imited Liability.  A.  JOHNSON,  Minin^lng Pircclor.  A Seinl-Weeklv Journal pulilli-liocl in tlie  interest.*, ol tliu railway mull, mining men mul  liii*.|iicss men of llio Wot. Unyii ol l'libllcaliun  Wednesday and Saturday.  AUVIIISIISING   1UTKS.  nixiiln*.* mis.,$1.50 per inch; silicic column,  5*2 per inch when inserted on lille pane  l.|..,-al ii*!*.., 10 cents per Inch (nonpariol) line  lor Hr������i in-erlion; 5 cuius for each additional  in**i'rlluii. I.ocnl notices 10 emits per line each  ifesui*. lilrlh, Marriage and Death Notices  free.  SCI1SCK11TION  KATES.  By mall or carrier, $*J per annum; ?l*-"> for  six months, htrlclly in advance.  Ol'B JOB  DKI'AIITMKXT.  Is ono of thu bust equipped printim. ollices In  tho Wesi and prepared to execute all kinds oi  lirlntlng In llrstelass style at honest prices.  One prlcu to all. So job too lnr*.c���������nonu too  ��������� mail���������for us. Mail orders promptly atleuded  to.   Uivo us a trial on your next order.  to coimnsroNDCNTS.  We invite correspondencu on aay subject  nf Interest lo lhe Keiieral public. In nil eases  Die bona (Ide name of lhe writer must aecoiii  pany manuscript, bill noi necessarily ior  publication.  Address nil communicallons to the MnuiiKcr  notici: to roiuiKsi'OS'OKNrs.  1,���������All correspondence must bo legibly  written on onu side of the paper only.  ^.���������Correspondence containing personal  mailer must be signed with lhe proper inline  of Ihe writer.  <!  ir.flllOOAN, liditor.  .Saturday, Fisiikuauy 2:2,  11)02.  FO UR LINES OF  DEVELOPMENT.  which duply into tlu* C!o!uin'<in on tl*o  west bank ol' llie  of theso i*5 M'nrlhy  1 ht'V .xve now ea-.ilv  river. K very one  of alli'iitiou and  ai'Ci'ssible  by   the  The back  of the   winter   is   broken  and as i.s usual at this time of the year  the people of Revelstoke,  in   common  with the rest of Kootenay, are looking  forward with renewed   hopes   to   the  coming season.   This year   there   are  ample reasons to be givon tor the hope  lhat is in them. There are four heads  under which considerable development  may confidently be expected to take  place in the*great district within our  sphere of influence, which extends  from the main line of the C.P.R. for  150 miles norlh to the Yellowhead  Pass and the whole of which will, it  may be confidently anticipated, be  placed within easy communication  with Revelstoke by water before the  end of 1002.  In the first placo as soon as ever   tho  ice    goes   out   of   the   river and   the  steamer   Revelstoke   commences   her  tegular trips great activity will   begin  in the   silver-lead,   copper   and   gold  properties in the various camps wliich  lie along the strike, of the great mineral  lead, which runs through the country  parallel to   the   Columbia.     None   of  these camps lie further back  from tho  river than six or seven miles,  so   that  it will henceforth be an easy matter lo  get in supplies and prosecute work   on  the properties.    All the indications are  lhat this district exceeds in the extent  and value of its   mineral  resources   of  any    portion   of  Kootenay   hilhe*rlo  exploited.   There is veiy little doubt  that     with     further     development  Ln forme, Carnes anrl  Downie Creeks,  Standaid    Basin   and  Keystone  Alt  will very rapidly  forge  to  thc   front  among the   hig   producing   camps   of  Kootenay.   The chief obstacle to their  progress has now been removed. They  are placed within easy reach   of  lheir  base of supplies  at  Revelstoke.   their  ores can be snipped without  having a  _ prohibitive freight rale to   carry   and  the whole situation has   been   altered.  Mining men and capitalists can now  visit this promising   district   without  ovei whehu wig-fatigue���������and���������loss���������onn"^doriI>ts"TvSetI#riin7- man" Van"' per-'  time,   while  the   new  canditions will  attract investois to take hold.  North of the present head of navigation   lie   the  great   placer    deposit?,  which once yielded a fabulous sum   in  gold   to   the   crude  methods   of   tlie  pioneers of the sixties and   which   are  certainly    destined    under   scientific  treatment   to    produce    even   vaster  stores of the yellow treasure.   Already  American capital  haa   taken   hold   of  one ventnte in those placer fields   and  is only wailing to   be   assured   of   its*  success to   enlarge   lhe   shere   of   its  operations veiy  considerably.      From  all lhe Herald   cnn   learn   lhc   mo.*>t  satisfactory results have already   been  achieved on thi.s proposition and there  is every  reason   to   helieve   that   the  season of   1002  will   ace   deep   placer-  mining commencr-d   on   an   extensive  scale throughout the whole area of tin..  Big Bend deposi'.s.    At   present   navigation slops short from 15 to 25   miles  of the placer grounds.    But the end of  .   the year will   almost   certainly  fee.  a  tramway constructed to everconie   the  obstacles presented hy the three  miles  of rapids and canyons  known   a?   lhe  Death rapids   and   :i   .-second   steamer  plying on   the   u;.per   waters'  of   the  Columbia and connecting Smith Creek,  Goldstream,  French   Creek   and   .\lc-  Cnllough by easy communication witli  Revelstoke.  In this connection the JIkk.w.d  would like to point out the opportunities which the advent of the steamer  offer to prospectors for the exploration  of   the   hitherto    untouched    creeks,  sLe.iiut'i'as far noi lh as Ijipoite. I5y  (he cud (..flhi. year all the icsl of lhe  wc-st hank \\ ill be placed in louih as  I'nr as t he imi'.il ll ".nf ('anno river, as  well aii lhc large and hitherto ahnosl  unvisilcd area, extending from (luld-  slreani to lhe hend of llie Columbia.  Theie is a vast virgin territory here  well within lhu strike of the great  mineral belt and also of the placer  gravels, which oilers opportunities lo  the prospectors not to be found in any  other portion of Hriiish Columbia.  Above Goldstream and along the  Columbia river north to the iiimi:h of  the Canoe and round llie bend and  soulh Lo Kinlmt-ket lake is to be found  an extensive area of line tiinber, in  which several large limits aie ahvai!;.  in the hands of Aiiiericnii luiiibrr men.  These investors have been up inlo the  J 51 jlt Uend a I road y within tin: \-.xx-l  couple of years, inspicling the property and there is very little duubl  lhat now that Ihe limits are plated  within reasonably easy com m un ica lion  wilh their base of supplies here, lhat  the people, who have been paying  taxes on ihem without reaping any  huiit'lit for lhe lust 12 or 15 years, will  be anxious to turn their properly lo  some account. The estab^sluniMil of  logging camps within these limits is n  likely event ou the programme foi  1002 aud one from which lhis cily  cannot fail to leap considerable  benefit.  '.I'lie fourth and last item, under  which 1902 mny reasonably be expected to witness considerable progress in thu Big Bend in mica mining.  To say nothing of the immense  deposits of this valuable mineral on  Mica mountain near Tete Jaune  Cache, it i.s now known that thero are  other extensive veins nearer Revelstoke located in the extreme north of  the Big Bond district. ��������� Last year  several finds were made by Golden  prospectors, which have been taken up  by Revelstoke and Golden., local  syndicates and will most certainly bo  operated this year. The output from  these properties is bound to come  down river to Revelstoke and the  navigation of * the river above Death  rapids is a.vital factor in the success  of the operations to be commenced  on them. As wc have said the end of  thc year.,will doubtless see this problem solved and with il. considerable  shipments of mica out to Dovelstoko  I'l'Oni lbr> Bi(j Bpiirl dr>pn<5if������. _.\l, llio  same lime tho launch of a steamer on  the upper river above the rapids wilj  for the lirst time place the Tele Jaune  Cache deposits within the sphere of  practical operation.  The. above are the reasons, which  lead the people of Kevelstoke to  anticipate a busy and prosperous  season in 1002. It cannot be denied  that thoy aro based on .good and  sufficient grounds. And it would be  very dillicult for any other town in  ICootenay to point to such extensive  and valuable sources of progress in the  near future.  Cleared His Doubts.  A well known Knglish gentleman  engaged a tall and powerful Highlander to act as gamekeeper on his  estaie. Having been a considerable  time at bis post and not having caught  any poachers, the gantleman suspected  his gamekeeper of carelessness. So  one dark night he disguised himself  and went out with a guVi to poach on  his own ground. He" had only fired  one or two shots when he was and-,  denly pounced upon from behind and  his gun wrenched away. Then kicks  and blows were showered upon hiin,  until he fell down half insensible. Th***  Highlander then walked away quietly  and when the gentl.'nian recovered  sufficiently he crawled home and took  to his bed for two weeks.   He has now  <S?*A  n h ��������������� v 3?  ii) Ffa {..-: \'i ���������:?.  ime  ne.  The foundation should be laid by baying Real Estate in the new Town of  Situate right at the Doors of all the Famous Fish Creek Gold Mines.  Some SVUore Facts ,FR0Monf,t0 fc?.������  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties that will advertise the Fish Oeek  Camp, in IJ, 0.  TIirRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to the  Famous Eva, Imperial and Oyster Groups.  INVESTIGATE AMD  YGU  WILL DE  PREPARED TO  TAKE THE CHANGE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  O  ,      FIFTEEN minutop  1      walk from Main St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to the mouth ofthe big  5,500 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne Group, or  on to tlie Goldbug Group.  YOCTR   OPPORTUNITY   is now  io   buy   at   the  bottom figures and you will get  the advantage  of the  raise lhat is sure to oome next year.  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  ������wj.iih������m.iiiji'������.|_T'|MWHIiiiii.������.. Jimj  iSS___f  Provincial Board of Health  Regulations for Dealing- With tho Outbreak of Smallpox at the Town  of Fernie, East Kootenay.  Approved By His Honour thc Lieutenant-  Governor in Council, the 17th Day  of January, 1902.  HEALTH ACT.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  ON ACCOUNT of llio onll-rcnl:  of  small-pox  In tlie Town-'of  l-'eriiie   it- ii Hereby proclaimed:*���������  1.���������Thnt the town is in astute of quarantine  n mil further notiee.  2.���������Tlint no person shall be allowed to leave  the lown under any elrcuiustanccs whatsoever  .'I.���������That nil meetings In cluirches. lodges and  .schools and otLcr pu hi ic gatherings are hereby  prohibited.  ���������I.���������That no person shall uvder.any circumstances hold any conversation whal.ioever  with any person quarantined, and no person  under quarantine shall attenint to break same  or communicate with any outsider.  ft.-��������� Any hotel-keeper, lodying-liousc keener  or liniiseholilersuspeetlng, kno-ving.or having  good reason to believe that any person residing  upon or frequenting his premises is ill o  suffering from a rash of anv description, shall  at once notify the Medical Health Ollicer,  iriving the name find occupation of..and other  particulars necessary lo properly identify such  person.  6.���������Anv person having a rash on his bodv  shall notify the Medical Health Otlieer on the  tir.t appearance of the sfinie  7.���������Cnder authority of the "Health Act," it  is hereby declared that all and every person  not having ft certificate of rceetit successful  v ceination da'cd within one year, aud further  not beini;able to give proof of same to the  satisfaction of the Medical Health Cllicer,  shall beat once vaccinated.  S.��������� fier a period of seven (7) days from this  date any person refusinc to present to any  public oil'toer who may demand it, proof of  vaccination, shall be liable to the prescribed  penalties under the "Health Act."  Penalties under the "Healih Act":���������  .* n~ perjon'who violates any oP.tbe provisions  of this Proclamation is liable to a fine of J100  and to (6) ?lx months' imprisonment.  ..   Duted at Victoria this l*Hh day of January  PA. D., 1M2.  CIIAP.LE' J. PAGAN', .  Secretary of the Provincial Board of Ileajth.  Kuuning between A.rrowhead, Thomson's  Lauding and Comaplix, commencing October  Mth, 1001, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhenrl for Thomson's Lauding  and Comaplix twice daily���������lUk. ami 15k.  Leaving Conmplix and Thomson's Landing  for Arrowhead twice ilailv���������7:liikand 12:*l.*ik  Making close connections" with all C. P. K.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reserve the right to change times  of sailing-*! without notice.  The Treel Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  form his dutv or not.  CANADIAN  PAC3FIG RAILWAY  TRA3HS LEAVE REVELSTOKE  EAST BOUND. . .  WESTBOUND. .  SOUTHBOUND.  8:20  ."8:10  T0UR2ST CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL  Sundays,   Wednesdays, Friday.';.  Montreal and Boston --   FRIDAYS  Toronto- -  .. . .SUNDAYS,   and   W EDN FSD A YS  Passengers ticketed  to all  points  at lowest rates.  BISECT STEAMSHiP   SERVICE  From Vancouver to���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  IS'.IS.   Jl.   Xo. 17.  In the Supreme Court of British  Columbia:  BETWEEN:  CIlAItl.ES HOI.Ti;y, el nl, Plaintiffs,  and  FRANK VA NBA I.I, A Mil-UK BLACK,  Defendants.  TAKE NOTICE Unit pursuant to the Order of  llon.J.Ir. Justice Martin made in tlio above  notion and dated .lanuary '2'2utl, 11)02. there will  be offered for sale at I'UULIO AUCTION bv  James Taylor ut the office of the undersigned  at Kevelstoke. 11. C . on SATURDAY, the  Twcifly-Seeond day of February, lHOii, at the  hourof Tivoo'elucfc in the afternoon. All and  singular those certain parcels of land situate  in the city of Kevelstoke, B.C. and more  particularly described as Lots Number 9 and  10, lllock *10, Plan C!9.  On said property is erected a good two  storey frame dwelling  'Jhesaid property will be sold subject as to  said Lot 9 to the rights of John A. Mara, his  heirs or assigns, and subject to the incumbrances charged against the Mild premises  particulars of which may be obtained from  Frederick Frasor, Esq., Receiver appointed by  said Order, or from  IIABYEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM,  Plaintiffs' Solicilors.  Dated '29th January, A.D..1902.  I'-KKE BUS MISKTS  ALL THAISS.  FIltST CLASS   At'COSIJIODATIO.V.  HEATED  BY  HOT AIR.  KEASONABLE KATKS.  Brown & Guerin, Props.  KLECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  HOURLY  STHKET CAR  MEETS  ALL TWAINS. ���������  UAH WELL SUPPLIED BY TIIE CHOICEST  WINES.   LIQUORS AND CIGARS   fpmmimmwmmmm^kmm^Bmmmi'i  Ey Command,  J. Tl. PKENTr."K,  Acting Provincial Secretary.  NOTICE.  ,\KE   NOTICE   tlmt  GO  day?   after date   I  intend lo apply to the Chief Coamissionor  of Land** and Works for permii-slon to cut and  carry   awav timber Irom  thc   following described land*.;!  Commencing at a post marked Poger F.  Perry's southca������t corner post situate about 200  feet from ?<*oti Creek, thence wet -10 chains;  Ihence north K.0 chain**; thenee east *I0 chains;  then-*" **outh IW chains, to the placo of com-  inenoment; containing wo acrec.  ItOOER F. PERRY.  Ooidlields. B. C. Oct >~>h,lMl.      >'ov. fr-tf.  1TOTIOB-  T.AKK NOTICK Hint slxt  1    inicii-tl tn apply to th-c .  of   Lar.rfs rfivl  Vkftrkii  for jitiTin'w.ori   to  pur  .   ���������Id)** nft'jf 'Jute  1  inicii-tl tn ftppJy to t!j<i I'JiiefffinwiilstloiM'r  chiL*" n j.nrcul of land 'U-":r:U;-,l a*** follows:  Coinmoii^fnu Kt a po*-t jna.-kiM Alice JJ"rry'������  No. i !������������������<"������; theme wrtt -S������ chiiiiix; thenar  Nortli-in���������Miftiii'1; ihc.nrc Ka*t -Oolin!;is; tlienii**"-  .-v.uiii V) <:lmln*> to point of corarnijn-remeru.  TliK /ra''tlotiOf lrt.ri'1 pommence- North of It,  F. Terry's f.r������*-crnpEinn following MrK<.*n/leV  Nonli-Wust Line, containing fit/^ut &0 ������cr<z������,  mnrcor Ida.  ALICE PKUKY.e  noMlicldc. Nov. jr7, iOOt. Jj<ie4-lin  ������TOTICE  NOTI''T. i* Ti^fby irlvcn thav-r/j rlny ' filtor  <late I inioinl to apply tr������ t-h*j fJhl'<:f Com-  ml'-Hioniirof J-anrJs nnd Worfe-* for p'������rml-*ion  tocutaTi"! r������rryaway tirnf-er from Oi'j foJlow-  tnir rlfsorlbo-i jari'l-i:��������� f'.^mmanfiu^ h* a po-t  at tin' *-*ou;h-c*ast rornor ol Roijor 'f, I'ftrry'n  pro-r-rnprion, inarfcr.'! '-Soiith"s������t rons^r of  timbi-rlimit applltvl for hy F.-J. ���������'Joi'Jsrnith";  tlir:ncc w&st-lO r-halni; then'-r: north \rj) chains;  thonff ca^t 10 chains to Fi.ih Crtoif; thoncc  following themoKnderinK*4 of Finh Creole ICO  flmins to point of commencorniini; containing  tJ-10 ncrcs.'more or less.  f. j.coM*--.Mmr,  Thomson's Landing, October Kih, 1001.  Mortgage Sale.  UNDER AND UV VIRTUE of the powerseon-  taincd in a certain mortRage whicli will  he produced at the time of sale, thoro will be  offered by PUBLIC AUCTION by James Taylor,  at the office of the undersigned at Revelstoke,  xi. Ci., on Saturday, the tweiitv-second day of  February, A D., 1902, at tho hour of two o'clock  In the afternoon, the following property, viz:  > portion of the N'orth-Wcst Quarter of Section  Ten (10), Township Twentv-Threc (33), Range  Six (0), West ofthe Sixth Meridian, eontainini;  hy admeasurement 138 and 01-100 acres moro or  less. Said property being situate near Craig-  ellaehic, the District of Yale, I). C. On the  property are ono frame building and barn.  For terms and conditions of sale applv to  HARVEY, McCAR.EP. A: PINKHAM,  ol Revelstoke, H. C,  _^ _*^_  ��������� ��������� ���������-- _^_Solicltor^_foriMortgagee   Dated at Revelstoke, Jan. 2Sth, 1902..  & 00'Y.  Wholesale  ind Retail Beaters  gg PRIME BEEF.  x\kKi  PORK.     Mi i TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  3STOTIO.H]  NOTICK���������Ihatslxty days after dale I intend  to apply tn lhe Chief Commissioner of  r.ands and Works for permission to purchase  320acres of land situateon the Northeast Arm  of Arrow Lake, in the District of West Kootenay B C, and described as lollows:  Commencing from S.W. corner of Lot 11*11,  thence North ai-tronomlcal 'Ji* chains; thence  We^tii<> chains; tlienee f-oiuh 11(1 ehalns approximately; Ihcnce 1'jijii ..linlns .North-  Kusterly to point of commencement.  J-'KKI). KOIilNSOX.  ������b. o~tf f:. icski:-:*:, ,\Kt* t.  Certificate of Improvements.  Huttc. S-llvcr How and lllack Diamond  MlmTRl Claims, s tuate iu thel.iinlcaii Mining  Division of West . imtenay District.  Where Located: Near the Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary nt I'lsh Creek.  TAnK K-^TICK Hint J, A. I'. Cummins a*.  Agent for the Doil.lo Kiigle Mining anil Dc-  reiopmcnt Coinpanv, limited, of I'erguyon,  B.f, Jtcb Mliwr'-i ('enilicate No. lll.Wii,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, io  applv to the .'.lining I'eeorder for a C'erillleiile  hi Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Cro-,t n Grant of the above claim.  Aix'l , '.rllierTafcc .'.ollce thai action, undo.  Section '.-ii, i'.nst be comrnei t-.-tl bclore Ihe  I'-.bnnee ol such Certificate  of Improvements  l;at*.-d tlili twntj-tliird day of January,/.D.  V/i-2..  ���������   A. P. CUMMIN'S, I'.L.K.  ,   Feb. 5���������if  S  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  n-c^-?nJ|aT������1P,,������l,?n'i!,er8 f0i'iU1 kinds ������f meta"iferous mines and proa-  L-sali" to heat* irom prospectors and others having property  Out* facilities for miking quick stiles are unrivalled.  sjiiu lid reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Office  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED  OBox.70.  Nolaon, B. O.  ^Kevelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability,  "Carry a full and complete* Une of*.  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and.Plymouth Qins,  Ports, Sheries, Clarets, Champagne, LJquers  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  jjQIr-rxxIl  Informalion ar.d  particulars apply  ������SF~toNeartst C.I'.I!.. Agent.  T. W. Bradshaw,      E, J. Coyle  Agent  f-uvelitoke.  IsTOTIOB.  TAKK  NOTICE thnt  0)  rliiy.^  after   Onto  I  intend to apply to tho Chi*;/ CoinrnNnioncr of  Lands' nud Work-* for  pirmfoMon   to  ptirnhftie  the; rollowinir dotcrihcl lands:  Cniiuncncin^ uta post marked "K McAilams'  o I I'o������.t," Mituntc flosf t(������ tlio  old   line  of  Hill  ix: i(rnntford's  pr������-'!in|itionl   Fish   Creek,  thenff nortli 40 chains thenro wpst2i������ rliaiiis,  thenc.'south'10 clmins thenco cast 20 chBln*.  Assist. Gen.     I to pointof commencement.  Passenger Agent j     ';old{i"l*I**, Jan. 18th. IPW.  Vancouver. K. McAsam.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL 11.,        IMPERIAL FRACTION  AHD SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIM8.  S'.T   ATK   IN   TIIK   RKVM.STOXR   MIN I ST*  Wvislon of Wchi Knntenn/ UlRlrlct.  Where   LocntMl:     (>n   Keyatone Mountain,  rtltf fiend, n-ar Iiownlp (Jreclc.  TAKK NOTICK ll.at I, Ceo. H. JfcCarler  acting ai agent for J. I). Crnham, Free Miner's  Certificate No. r>. :|72������ rh.i lor W. II. Vlelters,  Free Miner ix Certificate N,.. ^),*>|, intend CO  davs;rom the date hereof io ar.plv to the  Mining Recorder for Certificate*) of "rmprove-  menlH '0,r..*,"-', Purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants o( the above claims. "  AND FIJHTIIBR TAKK NOTICK that aellon  under Section -i, must lie commenced iM'fore  the issuance of fucIi Certificate of Improvements.  Dated tlil������ lOtlidayof Fehruarv, A D 190������  FcbW-tf O������o. 8.McOartor,  PROMPTLY SECURED  Wrilr for our inlcreytiiiR books " Invent-}  ���������railslp nnd " How you are swindled."/  .ben:l ina rouuh sketch or model of yourin-J  lyeiition oriinprovcmenl olid wc will tell you)  line om- opinion as to whether it is probably)  [mtcntnlile. Rejected applications have often)  [Ocen successfully prosecuted by us. Wt)  [conduct  fully equipped offices in Montreal)  nnd Wnshiii|;ion ��������� tliisqualllics us to prompt-)  liy dii.pnt<-.i work and quicklv s* cure Patents)  as hro ������d ah the iuvsntion. lifehest rearences)  Iform-dicd. S  i .Patent., procured through Marion f'c Mai  irion receive cp-ciel notice u ill-cut clinrge in)  lover igo ii'-wspripcrs dutributud tliioughoiil)  'the D-niinion. K  Specialty :���������r.itci t business of   Mauiilao!  turersaiiif lin-iihreti. ,  MARION & S-IARION  Patont Export" ord Solicitors.  (Ofllcca-   I   N'w Vorlt Life U'lil'c, Hon treal?  tXIL JLli _Atblrtlc Blitg.^^Jhlijeton DXlj  &������Gr&2������3C������������n������iS^^  ALEX. KcLEAN  &  a  0  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, eta.  to auy part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All  orders left at R. M. Smythe's Tobacco  uen'iIon 'Telophouo No-7 w111 ?������celTe prompt  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  *   Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Stasen....  All orders promptly tilled.       :  1  til  HI  111  t,.l  --*.  ' -   ^^T*.1.-:*'^'-. ���������  T iiiiiniiWffi <&/  Tim Northwestern Development Syndicate  LIMITED  Capital: $1,000,000 In 1,000,000 Shares.   Par value tl.OO 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, H.O.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Ofllelal  Brokers, Revelstoke, B.C.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo ���������Lots  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  Development. .... . .  Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS" AT ONCE  TO THE-GENERAL AGENT,  G.B. BATHO,  Ferguson, B. O.  Is the recognized " organ for all the latest mining news of North  Kootenay. Particular attention is paid-to securing early and reliable  intelligence from the newly discovered Free Milling Gold Camps on Fish  River and from the placer and quartz mines of the Big Bond and district,  in the immediate activity of Revelstoke, such as Illecillewaet., Albert  Canyon, Jordan Pass and Isaac Creek. Next season will witness a. hig,  revival of certainty.throughout North Kootenay, and mining men and*  others desirous of "gaining the eai Iiest and most authentic news from tho  district will find the columns of the HERALD their best* source or  information.  ~.~Rniifvi^KeW^isalscrg"Specialty~of'tHeTtl 15RALD"and~articles of"  special interest"to Railway men"will also be found in its columns.  ' AS AN ADYERTiSING MEDIUM  THE HERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  and the class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in the district, [t  appears twice to any other papor's once'a week and is found in the homos  of the wage-earning classeB, the backbone of the business of the district.  Burnessmen want their announcements to reach the homo people who  have the money to take advantage of their oilers and the homes and  families which render it necessary for them to spend it. No^uhur class of  circulation is of any use to them. These are the kind of people who make  up a big proportion of out* Subscribers, people with homes, families.  employment and interests right at home, tho people Revelstoke merchants want to get at. A space in our advertising columns, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every home in  Revelstoke, and in the Railway ai.d Mining points, tributary to Revcl-  . stoke business.  OUR JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT  Is the completest in the district for appliances, material and  Craftsmen. Our work speaks for itself. No- other office in 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.  The Revelstoke Itald  LEGAL  fM. SCOTT   B A., Llj.is.  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Xolary  Fir**i Struct, Revelstoke.  Money to loan,  Public,   Ete.  JJARVEY, M'C.UtK?. -jc PINKHAM  Barristers. Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors Ior Imperial Bank ol Canada.  Company funds to loan ntS percent.  Fikst Street. Kevelstoke B. U.  CHURCHES  METHODIST CIIBKCI., -.EVEI-STOKE.  Preaching services at 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p. m'  Cioss meeting at the close of the morning  service. Sabbath School and BibloClass at:!:!������)  Weekly Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  evening at 7:1*0. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  , Rev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  ST.  PETEI: S CIICKCII, ANGLICAN*.  Eight a.m., IIolyEncliari.it; 11a.m., ma'-jno,  .itany and sermon (Holy l*ueliarist lirst Sunday in the month); 2::*lo   Sunday   school, or  children'**: service; 7:30 Kvensong (choral) and  sermon.   Holy Days���������The Holy   Eucharist is  ���������celebrated at-7 a^niTOrS aTinrrasmnnouneed;  Holy Baptism after Sunday School ht3:15.  - c. a. riiocc.NiEB, Kcetor.  PRKSBVTEI'.IAN'  CHURCH.  Service every Sunday ot ll'a.in. and 7:30 p.m.  to ������ hich nil nre welcome. I'rayer meeting at  8p. m. every Wcdncdav.  Kev. W. C. Caldee, Pastor.  from the  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery."  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  ���������NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRJNY1NS   A  SPECIALTY  Hera5c3 Job Office  FRONT STREET.  ���������I't-l-'I'-t'l":**!***'!**!''!******!.**!'**!****  | PELLEW-HARVEY, 1  f BRYANT & GJLMAN f  ���������Mining Engineers "*  and Assayers,  VAXCOL'VEIt, D.C.      Established 1S90  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Tost* made up to 'J.OOOlbs.  A specialty made of cheeking Smelter  Pulps.   - - -*-"���������  r,    -    v.      ������������������  Samples from the Interior by mail or  express promptly attended to.  Correspondence solicited.]  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ������*'f*l''f'J'f'*'f*f*t*I**I.*f^*T'*f*f*f*f*f*I.*I.*I.*f'*}i  Manufacturers of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing of Boots, Shoos  ancl Harness, a Specialty.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches  Wc have the name of making  the only Stvlish Suits in Town  ���������for durability aud quality  they also excel.  .TRY ONE  RS. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length -  fo" Cash.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  ^V*^*-*c'/**\  -t&tvXI  ���������"iXty  f$*X>v    /  ���������"V.iy,  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The  choice  land   north   of  track',  '  between Tapping's and Long's,'will  be subdivided for sale as  soon as  possible.  3. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C  P. O. lios, 423.  Express Delivery  All orders left ' at W. M.  Lawrence's, will be, promptly  attended to.  H. Cook.  t,!^"I R������!'<-,Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of ench month; White Rose Decree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, In Oddfellows Hall. _ Visiting brethren welcome  G. E. GROGAN.  President  HY. EDWARDS,  Hon. Secretary.  Revelstoke ii (8., Hi  Skating every afternoon aud overling from  3 to 5 and from 8 to 10.   -  The Public are invited to visit the Rink; no  charge being made for Spectators.  A charge of 23c. will he made for skating. ;in  the afternoon ladies or children ISc.  Season Tickets may bo purchased iit the rink.  Ladies $3.50, Gentlemen ?6. Children ..3.  Good for Staling afternoon and evening, except special events such as Carnivals, ilockcv  Matches, etc,  -������������������������������������-- Hockey-Practices^^���������^^���������  SENIORS���������Mondays,   Fridays  and   Saturdays  from 10 to II.  7 to 8.  Wednesdays, from  .'.OMAN CATHOLIC CHUACII.,  Ma^s   at 10:30 a. m.,   nn Ilrst,  lecond and  lourth Sundays in thc month.  UEV.   FATIIEIl   THAYER.  SALVATION   AII1Y.  Meeting ovory night in their Hall on Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Kcculnr meetlnt's aro liclddn the  -|1      Oddfellow's Hall nn  the Third  FrI-  -]L,    day of each monlh, at 8 p.  . -���������'.    Visiting brethren cordlall  ^    day of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp,  lallrl  A. J   II.NSON, W.M  r Invited  W. G. IIIKNEY, Kec.-Hoe.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Roval School of Mines, London.    Seven years  at "Morfa  Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Chlei  Chemist   to Wignn Coal ami  Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late <hemi.**t and Assaver, Hall Mines, Ltd.  '   Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  JUNIORS���������Tuesdays from 10 to II,  and Wednesdays from 7 to S.  LADIES���������Tuosdays from 2 to 3. -  Curling every afternoon and evening.  Regrets that he is unable  through illi?ess to b'e present at his Studio and attend to business as" usual.  He hopes, however, to be  able to re-open the Studio  shortly and will announce  the date in this space.  Revelstoke, B. 0,  NEW YEAR'S CAKES !  NEW YEAR'S CAKES I  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.S2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.  H   EDWARD    ���������  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Fur? Cleaned and Pejp.ired  JUST EAST OF PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Third Street.  TO   LET  Cottage, lorner Fourth Street and Orton  Avenue. For particulars applv to D f.  Forbes, The Molsons Bank. '    Dec 2S-tf  FRUIT, PEEL,  GROCERIES  For people who like  to make their own  Cakes.  FLENTY-OFMILK-^ ^  FOR'EVERYOJVE  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.  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT  In Stock...  A  Warehouse full ol first-class  Quality   Wheat, Oats,  Short,       Bran,  Hay, Coa>.  Trices away down for Spot Cash.  J. C. HUTCHISON.  NOTICE I*, JIKItEIIV GIVE.V that Henry J.  ISounio, nf KevclMokn/ilrltliili Columbia, anil  I'rani; II. Ilourne, of N'nkuap.Ilrltlflh Columbia,  carrylni; on tuiHlness at Kovclstokc, N'akusp  and N'ew Denver as General Merchant, under  the firm name of Ilourne llrothors, hove by  deed dated Uie lOtli day of January,-1002,  assigned all tneir and each of their real and  personal prnncrly which may be seized and  sold underex.cution. for the gonoral benelit  of creditors (0 Frederick inn-combf, of Ilaro  street, Vancouver, Merchant, and Arthur  William Johnston, of Water Street, Vancouver,  Merchant.  A meeting ofthe creditors is hereby called  for Monday, the 20tii day of January, 190'.!, at  tho hour of *l p.m. at the nlllcc of Messrs. S.  CJrccnshields Son & Co., Water Street, Vancouver.  All creditois are required lo file with Arthur  William Johu������toii, one of the Assignees, full  particulars of their claims and thc nature ol  tlie'r securities, if any, held by them, an I  notice is hereby given that after the first da-  of ApriltheAssfgnccs will proceed to distribute the assets iim-ng the creditors, of who-*.;  debts or claims they shall have received  notice, and that lhey will not be responsible  for the. assets*or any part thereof sodlstrlbutcd  to any creditor of whose debt or claim they  shall not then have received notice.  Dated this Mth day of January, A.D., 1002.  DAVIS, MARSHALL & MACNEII L,  ;.      tors ior thc Assignees.  SPENDS SUNDAY  "When King Edward and Queen  Alexandra were the Prince und Princess ol Wales, the following interesting account of how they were in the  habit of spending Sunday appeared in  The Quiver.    The writer says :  ".Sunday with Their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of  "Wales is passed in much the same  quiet wav as with Her Majesty, the  Queen, inasmuch as religious ceremonies are faithfully observed and tlie  household and servants are spared all  unnecessary duties. The guests wend  their way, as the hour of eleven  approaches, towards the little church  of St. Mary Magdalene in the Park.  There is a private footpath direct from  the house to the church gate; by this  the Royal family and guests often  proceed, driving round by the road  only in case of mipropitious weather.  Sunday afternoon is quietly spent in  the house or park. Dinner is served  at half past seven. Occasionly, however, dinner is a little later, as the '  I'rinccand Princess may be attending  evening service in one of the village  churches near. The small station,  some two miles away, where the  Royal family have their own waiting  rooms, is closed on Sunday, as no train  whatever is run on that day. By this  means the church is kept clear of as  attendance prompted by curiosity and  also the men employed have the entire  day's rest'secured to them. In fact,  no unnecessary work in any shape or  way is performed on Sunday in." any  one part of the Prince's domains.  "Sunday   at   Marlborough    House  differs slightly from Sunday at Sandringham,. but   the   day   is   spent    ia  comparative quietude.  ,In  the morning   their  Royal   Highnesses   attend  divine services held in Jwhat is known  as   the   German   (Lutheran)   Chapel.  After luncheon, the Princess  and her  daughters may possible attend one of  the West-End churches to hear some  popular preacher, or to be present at'a,  children's service.    It is   not  only   at  Sandringham and Marlborough House  that Sabbath observances are rigidly  adhered to by the Prince and Princess  "Wales, but also'in any of the continental places where they may be staying.  There is an old saying that when you  go to Rome do as the Romans 'do, but   '  our  Prince   honors   this   rule   in the  breach, for although he has ever been  a constant visitor to Paris,'yet he has  never seen the Fcench Derby, for the *  simple  reason   that  it   is run on the  Sunday.    In a matter where hundreds  and  thousands . of    Christians . have  followed the fashion of the gay capital  they are visiting and   indulged   their  love  of  horses  and   of pleasure, the  Prince has set a   good   example  and  absented himself.     In  every way the  Prince    and    Princess   have ' always  faithfully observed the Sabbath Jand  we, as a Christian people, may. congratulate ourselves that our    future  King   and   Queen will steadfastly uphold   the   sanctity   of the day of God  and the   doctrines   of   the   Christian  church."  A recent quotation from the St.  James Gazette, of London, Eng., saying that the King had refused to  travel from Scotland to London on  Sunduy-and---has���������"stunned soeiety-by--  putting all social functions and ;'ent������r-  tainments on Sunday under the Royal  ban," would seem to indicate that His  Majesty's succession to the throne of  the "mightiest empire that has boen,"  has not led to the relaxing of his  scruples as to how Sunday should be  spent.  If there i.s any truth in the rumors  that are rife about Sunday, yachting  excursions, mounted paper chases and  the like starling from Rideati Hall, it  would seem that IIis Majesty's example has not much weight with his  representative in Canada, nor indeed  with society leaders generally at the  Dominion capital, where only a few  mouths ago thc servant girls had to  form themselves into a mutual protective association in order to get  deliverance, among other things, from  seven day in the week bondage  through having to dance attendance  on their mistresses and their guests at  Sunday dinners, suppers, etc., as well  as on all thc other days of the week.  And wo fear that if ithis Servants'  Mutual Protective Association does  not extend to other cities, it will not  be because there is not about as mueh  occasion for it as there is at Ottawa.  Society is fond of following the lead 'of  Royalty in many things. Why not  also in the observance of the Lord's  dav.  NOTICE.  Engineers. Firemen. Machinists atyl  Electricians send for 40-page pamphlet  containing questions asked by Ex  amining Board of Engineers to obtain  Engineers license. Address Geo. A.  Zeller, Publisher. -18 j,S. 4th St., 8tt  Louis, Mo., U.S.A. '  *    .-I  : c ire**.  m  '  \  "'V'  ���������jj ;  "li.  U    .  1������        .'!-���������  >;  MISTAKES  May lie made in wearing  Chest Protectors  But yonr tirentest mistake will  be made in not wearing one.  They are a great preventative  of cold and nobody should be  without ono when they can  gel them so cheap at the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.'Y.  All Sizes and Prices.  See them in our window.  NOTES OF  NEWS  $>  Chocolates  m?rmwfwwm??f!?wm?!������  CgS**���������  (EH***-  tat���������  es*���������  ���������s.������~-  <__s���������  es**���������  ������s>~  ������&���������  ���������SS***���������  *??"*���������  ���������Si**���������  as*���������  ������15*���������  DO YOU WANT ���������^-jasa*.  LUSVISER&ISN'S  RUBBERS.  We arc selling them off at a liberal Discount.  CO YOU WANT  AIH3YTHSMG IN THE  CLOTH3NQ LSftSE ?  ������������������-������������������������������  You will find Our Store thc Best Place to Buy.. ^  Our Prices are reasonable and our goods cannot ___2������,  be excelled.  tf****���������  F. McCarty and A. McRae left for  Ottawa Thursday.  '  Thos. Steed returned on Thursday  night   from the St. .Leon Hot Springs,  Misses Shepard and "Dell are busy  preparing for their spring millinery  opening,  Dr. C. "W. Corrignn. left for Kevelstoke on Tuesday on a professional  trip.���������Vernon News.  G. E. Grogan, of the llEUAi.n. left  on Thursday morning on a visit to  friends in Alberta.  Geo. Lcmlike, of the Revelsloke  "Water, Light k Power Co., is laid up  with a severe attack of measles.  R. A. Jaiuieson, hanister, and bride  of Edmonton, passed through the city  Thursday night on their honeymoon  trip to the coast.  _Mrs. XV. G. Birney, who has been  spending a few days at'the St. Leon  Hot Springs, returned home on Thursday evening.  Mr. P. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor  arrived in town by the No. 1 last  night from England. Mr. Taylor is  brother of Aid. T. E. L. Taylor.  R. Gordon returned on Wednesday  from Vancouver, where he was  attending the funeral of Mrs. Gordon's  mother, Mrs. Knowdall.  The Reformation in England is the  ���������subject on Sunday evening next in the  presbyterian pulpit.the fourth in the  series of Reformation subjects.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. N.   Smith's.  Rev. W. C. Calder returned on  Thursday morning from Kamloops  where he was attending a, session of  the presbyterry for this district.  First it was tiddle-de-winks, then  baccarat, then bridge. Now it is ping-  pong. Society should be careful or it,  will find it is getting over trained.���������  Vancouver World.  Wednesday 10th was the second  anniversary of the battle of "Paardeberg in which so many Canadians  distinguished themselves fighting for  the Empire.  . L.' Schnider has just installed in his  shoe factory, on McKenzie avenue, the  latest improved shoe and harness  sewing machine, manufactured by  Bradbury & Oo. of Oldham, England.  Society has been gettiug iu as much  gaiety as possible before settling down  to Lent. Since Christmas Revelstoke  has been unusually gay with all sorts  of pastimes including the new famous  ping-pong evenings.  On Saturday last at the residence of  William Martin at Rossland Miss  Jessie Stewart Mclntj're was united  in" marriage to John A. McKelvie,  -editor of the Vernon News. The  Hekald begs to extend best wishes to  Mi: and Mrs. Kelvie.  '���������Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  CH, Lugrin, who lias edited tlie  Victoria Colonist for the past five  years, resigned his position on that  paper on Tuesday. Mr. Lugrin was  possibly one of the best writers in the  province and the Colonist will find it  no easy matter to fill his place.   Gsorge-Biddlc,���������father��������� of-John antl  &  We. have lately imported ^  the choicest varieties of &)  the above in bulk, and >F  are selling at /5.'\  I ' l% per ll.  Highest   Award  at the World's F  ������  fj  ���������-s?.���������  ess���������  &���������  ������S������-  t*S.-~  ftr**--  &���������-'���������  ft?*-  Union-Made Overalls  Boots and Shoes.  Hif -J MUti *\SJ- .rWMZSB  ������������= DRESS GOODS  In large and selected variety. Ladies come and  inspect our stock before buying elsewhere.  Wc have a large new shipment of thc favorite  and reliable "EMPRESS SHOE" for Women  just coming in; they cannot be beaten for Style,  Comfort ancl Wearing Qualities.  . ii ..m.n  M-tinto**********^.*^****-*^  NOVELTY PHOTOS |  Leaving f  Revelstoke f  FRIDAY,    FEBRUARY   28,   1902  is my last day.  ^_yCnll at once il you   want any of  our work.  HOWARD   KING,   |  i IIOTOtlSAPIIKK. ������  STUDIO:       TAYLOK BLOCK. g  (-Uj-.  es*���������  cu-���������  v.'-���������  fi**���������  &���������  ������*���������  ess*-  @���������������  S5*****-  <E&���������  4g>���������  ffis**���������  69*���������  ee*-  gg_2 Don'i Forget thai We Always Carry  Ofi��������� of House Furnishings.  Cp>��������� mzv.i. i.'������������������ ���������������������������.'...      .Jt.,.   J_.--���������  &���������  (R���������  ���������������        "f  ������*��������� B  S**-- MACKENZIE AVENUE.  spec*���������  cs>-  y^mimmim  ^  THE  NORTHERN  ASSURANCE   CO.  FIEE!!  OF LONDON. ENGLAND."  CAPITAL AND FUNDS $38,365.������������������*  -REVENUE     5.7<4.������������������*  DOMINION DEPOSIT        211.700.  ������������������=&  -^  -.*������-,  ���������-S&  ���������������_9  ���������<5S  ���������*-eS9  --J2S-)  ������������������������������  ���������55=5  -<������  -**3S  D McCarthy returned last niglit  from a weeks visit to the St. Leon,Hot  Springs. '  II. J. Bourne is, the JTetjat.u regrets  to learn, luid up tit his residence  through illness.  J. I. Pratt, Vernon, who was a  delegate to tho Provincial Grand Lodge  L. O. L. is spending a few days in  town,  Tho western delegates to the ProvinJ  cial Grand Orange Lodge, leturnrd  from Nelson last night and proceeded  west by the No. 1. ���������  C. AV. McCrossan was in town  Thursday and left for Ferguson yesterday moriiius;. Mr. iiMcCrossan  reports the smelter at that point completed and onlv wailing for coke to  arrive whon operations will commence.  Ed, Adaii, who represented L. O. L.  No. 1G5S, Revelstoke, tit the grand  lodge meeting held at Nelson on Wednesday was elected Junior Deputy  Grand Master of the Orange association of B. C.  Dr. T. \V. Jeffs formerly of Revelstoke, hut now of Vancouver, is  renewing old acquaintances in town  today. The doctor was elected  Provincial Grand Master of the Orange  Association of British Columbia, at its  annual meeting at Nelson on \Vednea-.  day.  L. O. L.  One of the most enjoyable evenings  ever spent by the memb"ts of L.O.L.,  No. 163S. was the event of last night nt  their regular monthly meeting, when  about 30 members  of, the. 0rder were  AG-B1TTS  SIBBALD & FIELD,    -    Revelstoke, B.C.  -*s������  Ed. Bid-.lle, Ithe Pittsburg murderers,  resided in a house, owned by Ileni y  Lindop. on Cetitre street, near-  Campbell's mills from June Sth, lSfG,  to April Sth, 1SST, ut which date he lelt  tb������ city.���������St. Thomss, Ont., Times.^^  ���������Fresh eggs at A.N. Smith's.  Rossland -winter carnival opened on  Thursday. This afternoon a junior  "hockey match between Nelson and  Rossland will be played fov championship of the province. The carnival  winds up tonight with the final in the  oenior hockey series.  H. J. McDonald who lost his left eye  through nn accident heie (.nine si.*,  weeks ago.reti r r-d y������s(* r 'uy morninfi  from the Vancouver cily h(-**pitnl  where he underwent the operation.  Mi*. McDonald through lhe Hebai.ii  desires tu thank the many friends who  so kindly assisted him during hia  ill neks,  Otto Fiechtl's comic players, presenting high clii's> farce romedy  vaudeville aud comic burlcltas, will le  ������t the opera house hereon IliR 18th  and 10th March. This companj  includes 10 high class artists and put  on the best show of the season. 'I her ���������  is no doubt but this company will  receive bumper houses on their appearance in this city.  The story of a suicide conies fiom  Elko, which occurred on Saturday,  ���������when fi ninn named Patterson ended  his life. He was employed by contractor Martin, who is engaged on the  construction of the British Columbia  Southern railway. It appears that  during the absence of his employer, in  ���������company with a number of ass-ociales  PattersoD went in for having n good  time. On his return the employer,  finding theirdutieshad been neglected.,  promptly fired the whole crowd. This  ��������� mo played upon the rnind of Patterson  thut he completed thc stoiy hy 0  jesort to the knife.  present, Bro. Dr. Jeff.*!, of Vancouver,  the newly elected Grand Master of the  Provincial Grand Lodge of British  Columbia, was present .-ind occupied  the chair. Dtirinii: the evening  refreshments were .served and Jive  menibeis were initiated into the Royal  j>rch degree. Thc Grand Master  delivered an instructive address to lhe  members, while Bin. I'mit of the  Vernon Lodgr, spoke on In-half uf tbe  visiting hrethicn.  Compulsory Arbitration.  J. T. Wilson, president of thn trackmen's union, is quite an authority on  trades organization, as might be imagined from his position.'hence. when a  ie-,iorter found himself .talkinsj totlie  leader of last year's fight against" the  O.P.R., he took occasion to ask him  anent many' details which cause  dispute in trades union circles.  Mr. Wilson is, of course, a strong  supporter of fedci.itinn,"h.sown union  being among those affiliated wilh the  American Federation of Labor, but.  h does not altogether hold either with  I he Canadian trades congress, which  last year declared for compulsory  arbitration in trade di.-putes, or with  the An ������ lean federation wliich has  declaretl as emphatically against it.  "Where the public is not directly  concerned in a dispute,'" he said, " I  do not believe that compulsory arbitration is desirable, but in case*..of  transportation'companies and other-  large corporations in the workings of  which- individually the public is  interested, I think it might be of use."  It has always seemed to me, he coiit  tinned, J'that neither" a 1 ail way' company nor their employees.;, have  the right to stop-trains'-.running  just because they can't adjust their  private differences. The pnblic.have  rights which should be observed just  a*.- emphatically as those of the  corporation or its employees.���������"Winni-  "peg^Teiegl-finiT-^���������-1 ~���������^���������"���������'" ~ ~ ~ -  Hard Times Dance.  One of the most enjoyable gatherings of the season took place on  Wednesday, night when the Knights  Pvthias held their hard times dance iu  tlie Oddfellows hall. ��������� Each Knight  was allowed to invite four friends,  consequently the hall was crowded.  Prizes were awarded for the most  ragged clothes. Mrs." Van Home  received a pretty chatelaine as lirst  amongst the ladies and Mr. It. S. Wilson the pipe* in the gentleniens competition. The costumes were the  cause of much merriment* as also were  the programmes, nil being a good  representation of hard times.  ������ TENDERS.  Po'ilcil Tenders, iiro.-erly endon-cil, will he  received bv the undersigned up to noon on  Tucsdnv, Vebrunry 18 for the supiily of a  qunntllv of F1KK ALARM l'OI-KS 10 tlie City o  Uevelstoko, l-ariiculars may be had at my  otlice.  Kevelstoke,   Ob. 15th 1902,  ���������  - ���������      * C. K. Shaw,  City Clerk,  j_P  W>  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 any of-thes  Suitings  exactly  to  your liking.     We do not employ'  chcag tailors, wc do not  handle any goods  that!   could  possibly depreciate our excellent reputation.       We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes.when  price is thc sole consideration, but when style and  fit  and wear arc duly considered, we can and do compete  with all ready-made goods, and all.other tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  J-.   IB.  GRBSSMAIT, -  The  Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave.  .FURNITUI5E GOODS must-be sold  at cost in order to make room for  another large car of Furniture, wliich  will be. here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrange to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE  X HAVE IT I.  Ping Pong Afloat.  Not only has ping-pong captured  mir dining room", but it is gaining a  foothold in the saloons of our' passcn-  gr*r steamers. ���������     ��������� ���������'.  ������������������You'll find it occupying a prominent, place among the amusements  advertised in our sailing bills,'' said  lhe piirwr of an ocean 'greyhound';  ������������������and in these days of keen competi-  "i>'ii. when slerim-hip Iir*.'**! take  ailv.-inU'igii of every opportunity to  ��������� iiereaHf the popularity of their ve****-*.'!*-1,  manager* are wi������e in ii"t ignoring the  ping pong r.i-.iw.  "Wi* e.ury a supply of bat.*? anil  bull.*, and when tliu weather is at all  di-eent the oue red cation i. ping-pong  -evry nl her form of amusement is  /.listed though how long it will l.isL I  wouldn't like to .-ay.  ������������������Wi* run a net  supported  at intervals,   down   th"   whoie  length of the  dining -aliniii arid -icver.tl   couples  can  play .-.iiiiu'.'.iwou-dy.     It take*. <*ven a j  proficient   player   somo   time   to   get:  The largest stock, of thc latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, KINGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.,  My" many years' experience enables me to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  j. g-tj-st _:B.A.:R,:B:Ki:e,.  -2������������������- ������������������--WATCH-IIEI������AIRING--A7SPKCIALTY.��������� ���������=���������-  Agents  "Wanted 111  Lady or Gentleman!!  lo  Qufrsme Wine  and  Iron Tonic  Produces that rested feeling.  imimris ������lrr"n!?lli <|iii<*klv unci  ri.in*.ill"������ weiikciicl c-inilitt-iiH  of tin; "j*M'*m.  ,' n -.xeellent ine'licliie fir nn*,-  ���������.wi-i.n i.f tlit yi'tir, lint piirtleii-  Im rly now.  50c. a Bottle  To represent the "old ivii.iji  Liiiuli'ii S3 Laurit-hiTe Life,  The Children's Endowment,  and ten payment bond policies,  elc.  M'.-t purenti are willing to  give lheir hoys 11 stint in life  liy taking au "endowment made  payable iit age '���������������), pa J ing llu*  - piemimn until the boy is able  to I'.'iirv it himself.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  .A.G-iEisri'S .Fore.  _: .   p,    ,      .        Bxr- n. i\ n. town-site.  Bj.iJ������������sfi     &������������T������>Tfla     VmT-   MAKA TOWNSITK.  trtiiSaAB   t-S %w,\X2   ar gehkakd townsite.  "a*^ OT   CAMBOKNE TOWNSITE,  r*TiVT A UTri A T     c Canada Pcrmanuiit A Western  rift AWL1AL-5       CiuiriIh ilortRUKO Corpor.ulon.  i XiAikii v>������-������1-'   ( Hqiilnible VnvlnKH taxixi and UullUIiiK Association.  |ffl    _ Hmpcrliil ri  GKO. I"). SCOTT.  Manager for 15 C.--X01 thwenl.*  Vancouver, E. C.  *p)  COAL FOR SALE.  InKS  Ire.      C'ttlciloiilnn Fire.   Atlns Vlrc.  Ire.   Muniftiitlle Kire.    Northern Fire.  Ire.   MunelicBler Flre.   Gruat Went Life.  Oeeiin,- Acebletit mid Uiinrantcc.   Confedcratlnn Life  i.tjiuiu'linn Anuliloiu Assurance Co.   Connecticut Flre  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEY ANC1NQ.  J, I). SlIJIiALD, Notary Pubii-.  ni*:\-Kr.sTOKE. n. c.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  ���������Y.nkr  Ol'Il ISKl STCi'lK OF  Drugs, Medicines  and Sundries,  In* Jii'lPf evrry hfnjr rvt\\nri'd In  ttif slf k room or Jiome.  ment   p.aycr  .-.omo.ime ^^^r--*.^w**-������',*.^^*>������}^;ff������?  xx-Ctx,\o,:xed   to  Ui**  motim:   wli.*r, th-; l^^^i^^J^^^de^S^i'^  ,hip ii lulling badly, In  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  DriiKRist mul '  Ilrmvii llltirlt.  Inlioner.  Tel cptinne ���������!������.  {������������������!���������   a   little 1 7r.fi  pranLiet* :he balls can be played ,*i!mo*.t  w-i n.'eiir'itely ns on a fixcrl table.  "ll is rather diieoricerting   at   first  when retmning .1 hall to see fhe oppo  ���������lite   side   of   th'j   table, -inking aw.iy  from you, or find   it lining   in   a   line  with yonr head.    '-'  "Practice goes on all day when the  table is not in iuo for uienl.-i and thun  eneli evening a sweep -.i.iki* tournament is arranged, wle 111 Ik: exeitement  is intense.  "Certainly it is hy far the besl.  alli'ouiid amusement we hnve ever had  oniasea. voyage, for all passengers,  young and old, can partieipate."  Found.  Tn the opera hou*=f, a gold pin, ^et.  with diamonds. The owner can  recover the same fiom 1.. Tapping by  proving property and paying for thc  cost of this advt.  f'i  Wi  'M  m  m  rir?  ���������fe������  LACKjLnd_U RAIDS  A lure*; rn.'i^e of mint I.in'i*.  I'Hfti<:n nnd ��������� II������I ton Im ru  i'.r.il<(H, Kimn..i*il Di'-lKn*',  M.iniK'l I.liieni, Enilirolilery  .*.���������;��������� ilH.i, II.iOltH, .iit:.  I'.itIIii .mil Zt.pli>r Wool", nil  ������>..1<||*^, r������li r,{,i-r ?olt"t. Vlilfll-  ������i*l.*ni*i**i I.hijo, Insertion.  full at lli<;  ,1-1  MADISON  PARLORS.  ^ Misses Shcppard & Bell 0  WANTRD. \  ROOM nnd  Uonrd In private   faraily,  by    '  yountr lady.   Slate t������rin*>,*S:c. to Box 185 P. O.  Wiped Out  That's what the man  said who wasn't insured. A small payment every . two or  ��������� three years would  have enabled him to  say  LOSS FULLY COVERED  INSURANCE  Optional wii/'u }<->u. ui lviuim,* whichyou want to say, but we  would strongly ailvi.se you to carry some insurance. Your card  will bring you full informationas tocost.  <������>  n  LEWIS   BROS.  KEAI. ESTATE AXD FINANCIAL AGENTS.        NOTARIES PUBLIC.  r "A  'Si  1  ill  m  ���������i������  if  'M  it t ���������  ���������PL  !  IM  ���������i  \  *  ���������1  it  h  i,  1:-  1  .V*  -       *  Lfctu.  St^-^Tai^ft^  ."y\  ������=-*w^K^������y|acy,.KWia.UJ^^'rV^T


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