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 /  And  Vol   V.  No   no  REVELSTOKE  WEDNESDAY,  ro  Come and See  t4K4<(e4*������4H('**������<f1Hf44-*4&*<f**m'  100 Pairs  Boots and Shoes  Men's, Ladies' and Children's,  now selling at actual COST.  NO .OLD STOCK.  These goods were all purchased  last season.  IN COLD BLOOD  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 ofthe  . Latest Style and Pattern.  :\  HATS  HMS  in  Our bargains in- Hats are  keeping with aboye discounts,  The stock includes:  FEDORAS  -*v  ���������  (RUSH and  iTIfLBATS:  It WEAR  We have a Beautiful Line i  Goods at away down figures,  BY BUYING AT  THE PRESENT TINE  YOU   WILL   SAVE "  BIG     MONEY,    AS  THE STOCK MUST  BE   CLEARED   BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  Unarmed and Wounded British  Prisoners Abused and Slaughtered By Their Brutal Boer  Captors.���������A Terrible Affair.  The D.iily Chionicle snys -lliat a  Canadian volunteer, the son of an  English clergyman, writes home a  detailed account of the dinastei which  happened to Damant's Hoise in the  neighborhood of 'Intel Kop, Orange  liiver Colony, on D.*c. 21:  The bill (hestaten) was just suited to  the Boer tactics, and if lhey had  played the game, they would have hud  a victory to he proud of, hut they  spoiled any honor coming to them  over the   alfair   liy   a   series   of  cold  blooded    murders-    Turn fought  until the last, and when he saw it was  all up he put up his  hands to  an  old  grey-whiskered Boer, and dropped' his  rifle   and  revolver on  the gnuind in  front of him, upon which the old Boer  shot him  dead. wns  my  messmate, and came over from  Canada, on  the same boat ns 1, and we have slept.  under   the same  blanket* ever  since  joing the corps.    Another similar case  happened   alongside of him and was  perpetrated by the same old brute and  another old Boei who was  with  hirn.  The sergeant of the Ambulance  Corps  started in "to  dress  Colonel   Dammit,  who was wounded in four places,   and  a Boer went u.i and stopped him.   The  ambulance    man   showed    him     the  Geneva Cross on his arm,  his bag of  bandages, etc.,  and  pointed out-that  he was unarmed.   The Boer shook  his  head and|said, "That Game Won't Do."  put his rifle to the sergeant's hend and  blew the top off.   These are only three  instances     of    dozens   that occurred  which were told me by comrades^ who  saw these things happen, half an hour  after.   The   gre it  . majority   of    the  wounds   were  inflicted   hy   explosive  bullets.  There were only two out of the 15-  pounder   gun   crews   who   came  out  un wounded,  all  the.* rest were either  killed or seriously hurt; They lay round  the guns, one with a shell in his hands,  another with a sponger, each at   his  post doing his duty���������when "tie'fell���������a  truly   grand   picture   of   pluck.   The  captain of the pompom made his will  on.the ground before he. died and left  ������50 to each man of his gun's crew  who  survived'.' There are three to  benefit  hy it, two of them badly wounded.    ���������  The Times publihes extracts from  a  letter written by an  officer,  who was  also    preser-t   at  Tafelkop,   some  of  which are as follows.���������  " " I had only two men there attached  to the staff, both badly wounded���������had  a lucky escape.1    When Damanb 3aw  there  was  no chance of   saving   the  gunn, he told hiin to get the limbers  away.    This he did, though he had a  bullet in his stomach, with the assistance of one 91st man and some of the  drivers.   One   driver   took   a   limber  with   its   six   horses out of fire alone,  though  hit   twice.-   So  both  limbers  were saved and "the gun horses being  got away the Boers could not take tlie  guns or ammunition.     The pompom  horses were all shot, so they could not  get that far before I got in at them  and made.them drop it and the Maxim  also   they   dropped.     So    thoy   took  -nothing away,-not_even_disarmin"g_ali  the wounded and in many cases finishing the latter off.   After the surrender  the Boers made "the unwounded men  empty   their pocltets and shot them.  One   native   scout  was   there.   They  would   not  waste   lead   on   him and  amused   themselves   by   beating    his  brains out.  At last Botha rode up and  stopped      tlio      butchery,     actually  sjamboking one of his men  who  was  kicking a wounded 01st man about the  head.    What pleased me and I hope  will   be noticed   by   those   papers   at  home who   indulge   in   scoffs  at  the  Yeomanry, was that the gun escort���������  the    01st    Sharpshooters���������were    all  killed or wounded,   barring   one  man  who assisted to save the   limbers  aud  oue   other  officer   .whose    life    was  saved by Botha  as   the   Boers   were  putting hiin up for execution."  mutters or by misapprehension of  remarks made to her by others, who,  we trust, had uo unprofessional intention, but it is indeed an iniquitious  thing that an ii responsible person  should be permitted to circulate such  statements about a medical man of  standing, without being called upon to  answer in some court other than a  civil court.  Yours truly, ���������  Harvey, McCarter k Pinkham.  Revelstoke, B. C, Feb. 10th. l'.KQ.  Dr. J.F. Carrutueus,  Dear Sir :  We regret to learn that irresponsible,  persons are making false statements  regarding your connection with the  case of the late Mrs. Kirby. We give  you our assurance that we believe that  you did all that was possible to be  done in the case and that no blame in  attachable to you for the unfortunate  result of the illness of Mrs. Kirby.  Yours truly,  Jas. I. Wooduow,  Wm. Kirby,  E. U.S. McLean. M.D.  Seven Hundred Feet High and  Visible Ten Miles Generated  On  a   Locomotive   For   Signalling Purposes.  A   practical   demonstration   of  the  utility of a new departure which, it is  claimed    by    railway    ollicials,    will  effectively   prove   the  solution   in   a  Another Injustice to Ireland.  'to t!ie Kditor of tliu Hkrald:  Sir: -Please allow me space in your  columns lo say that ..uninterested  parties have drawn my attention to  the financial report of-the hospital  ball. A.** it reads it seems to convey a,  wrong impression to a large number of  our citizens. The items read: Rent  of hall. $21-!: Fixing stoves etc. $7 45;  Firing $2.50. The impression conveyed  is lhat the whole of this amount was  paid to me. As a mutter of fact all I  asked was the $2o for the rent of the  hall for a whole week and the other  sums were p.iid to other parties.  11. TArpiNf-r. '  Heavy Fall of Snow.  The recent storm and heavy fall of  wet snow diborganized railway traffic"  on Sunday." The No. 2 did rot get. in  until the afternoon and t.he No. 1 till  next morning hut the worst experience  was thnt which befell the. passengeis  on the train from Arrowhead, who put  iu all night on the io;id. The trail-  got blocked in the snow ab.iu't ten  miles south of here uud in spite of the  assistance of the snow plough did not  get in till ���������* o'clock ,on...Monday mprjV-  ing, twelve hours late.'" While engaged  in clearing the spur at the First St.  crossing on Sunday afterno: n tbe yard  engine got off the track and thc job of  clearing off the dense masses of heavv  snow had to be quit at the Climax  corner after several hours hard work.  At Clanwilliam there,were about  twenty small slides, which had to he  bucked separately, one down another  come on. - _.       "    -  large degree of the railway collision  problem, has been made on the  Chicago, Milwaukee ������t St. Paul railroad near Chicago. Tlie device  consists of an exceedingly powerful  headlight which not 'only perfectly  illustrate**, Lhe track with an ��������� intensely  brilliant shaft of light for a distance of  a mile, but also embraces the striking  and novel feature of a beam of light  of almost equal brilliancy penetrating  over seven hundred feet* above, which  can be clearly seen ten miles distant.  It is thereby possible for approaching  trains to absolutely locate each other  by this vertical shaft of light,- though  miles apart," and it is this feature  which railroad officials claim will  eliminate the possibility of collision.  This vertical beam will, in hilly  country especially, where curves in the  track are numerous, so positively iix  the location of trains that nothing but  carelessness on the part of engineinen  will permit a collision. The apparatus  consists , of powerful electric - arc  headlights, a dynamo- and steam  motor, all of which will occupy the  space on the locomotive usually  devoted to tbs headlight. The dynamo  which generates the current for this  veritable searchlight occupies a space  less than fifteen inches wide directly  behind the headlight and is operated  by a motor driven by steam impact on  a turbine wheel. The current is six  thousand * candle power, which can bo  reduced to any degree of brilliancy at  the will of the engineer. One of the  heaviest. passenger .engines on the  Chicago.-Milwaukee & St. Paul experimentally equipped with this headlight,'  drew a speeial'train u'number of "miles  out " of Chicago and a 'practical  demonstration of " the ' working  apparatus was given ' under the  supervision of Charles- W. Adams,  formerly assistant general passenger  agent of the Pennsylvania system. At  a distance of half a mile the telegraph  poles and framework of the wires.were  clearly defined, wliile the track bed  itself was distinctly visible for otic  mile. Straight above the locomotive  11 shaft of light as thick as a man's  body penetrated the darkness and  persons posted ten miles away  reported tbat^it was clutuly distinguishable. This is an entirely new  departure in headlight illumination  and railway signals. lt is further  proposed to convey signals of distress  or other communications when trouble  occurs between telegraph points, by  thc use of colored glass to color ihe  vertical ray of light.  Several local locomotive engineers to  whom the above was shown this morn*  ing.-suvs the Vancouver Woiln.say  Ihat, while tho apparatus would  certainly have advantages in some  di.stricls it would be of very little  practical use in the 1110.111ln.i11 sections  of the C.P. U. A beam of light  projeU-'d thiee times that height,  even, would be seen only for a short  distance unless by a man up on the  mountain side. On the prairie it would  be of great use for both the purposes  I'or wliich it is designed.  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  Pounded Rails to Pieces.  . A new cause for railroad wrecks has  been discovered in the monster, locomotives that are now being used so  extensively by all railroads.  While being hauled from their place  of building to" the roads for which  they are intended it has boen found  out that they have been playing havoc  with the lines over which they have  passed.  Reports have been received showing  that the unconnected drivers of the  monsters have pounded rails so hard  that the latter have been broken, and  others have beenso badly.injured lliat  they have snapped under pressure ol'  following trains.  Superintendents, roadmasters and  others who have reported on the  matter are of the opinion that, not a  few of the recent   wrecks   that have  Liberal Victory in Lisgar.���������Miss  Stone     Released    and    Rev  Tsilka, Husband of the Companion Arrested.  Month i:al, Feb. 10.���������The municipal  authorities iitMelocheville, Quebec, are  unable to stay the spread of the   small  pox.   The people are so earless that  th'ey had a wedding in a house  where  a  case   existed   and two of th* guests  now have the disease.   There are now  :30 eases at Melocheville.  Trieste, Feb. 10.���������Four anarchists  have been in-tested at Trieste iu con-  necti.ni wilh the strike riots there.  The blue jackets lauded to protect  steamship property. A Tarrorit  organization whose creed in absolute  lawlessness has been discovered.  Nkw York, Feb. 10.���������A terrific  bliz/.atd raged yesleiday in the stale  of. New i\oik. Some railways  abandoned  running trains altogether.  London, Feb. 10.���������Rev. Newman  Hall, D.D., the celebrated head of the  Congiegational church in England is  dead.  Paris, Feb. 10,���������Tt is.believed there  is some truth in the rumor that rtu'  Irish revolutionary committee bus  been started in Paris for the purpose  uf aiding the Boers liy a reign of  dynamite and terror.  Halifax,   Feb.    19.���������Halifax    was  enveloped in a blizzard Monday.,nigh,  the   wiies   were   down,   the- ������ity    in  I darkness and the stores closed.    Great  been attributed to defective track may' WilVes were breaking over the wharves  now be traced  lo broken  or   injured  rails resulting from the transportation  of these engines in an unfinished state.  The troiiblehas become so serious that  art-order was issued bv the Rock Island  road  requirnR.all   dead  locomotives  received  * li r  - transportation    to. be  equipped wilh the side rods in position  and coupled."'-   -'^  "i'-'y "���������"'.,.'- '..-  -���������-"-"  Enid Martin. Concert Co.  - The Enid Martin Concert Co. will  appear in the opera house on Feb. 26th  under the auspices of the Ladies Aid  of the Presbyterian church. Don t  forget the date. The concert is a high  class treat, such as the music lovers of  this city rarely get a chance to enjoy.  ALE  ta44f4S1f4t4*<*������������4f*9������4HHt'S������<ff4mm'������  CORRESPONDENCE  FEBRUARY seems to be JUNE in the Whitewear Section these days.  The,idea of ^Buying Summer Underwear in the Winter time at Winter Prices  has caught on to a much greater extent than ever before and the da!ily crowds  certainly give the impression that this White-wear movement in February is  appreciated. Advantages of This Sale are these :���������   -,-_^GR-E-AT-E-R^ArSSQR-T^I-E-N-^^^  WINTER PRICES.  lankets an  Prices Oreat  ih  An' Emphatic Contradiction  To the Editor ol the Herald:  Sir:   On belialf of our   client, Dr.  Carruthers, we ask the favor of the  insertion in your paper of the attached  letter from the husband and brother  and medical attendant of the late Mrr.  Kirby.   We are sorry to revive these  painful memories, but we have felt it  our duty to advise Dr.  Carruthers to  take this method of contradicting the  malicious and untrue statements circulated Uy Mrs. Agnew, for the reason  that  the  only  way   by   wliich    Dr.  Carruthers could gain ledress for the  wrong done hiin  is by action  in the  civil   courts,   the.   expense   of   which  would be bovond what the wrongdoer  could pay, and iu the result our client  would have to bear the expense out of  bis own pocket.  It does not matter very much  whether these slanders were inspired  by  her  own  ignorance  CUT PRICES IN-   ���������... ������ kmk lawi-miK.  Ladies' Blouses and Wrappers  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. -  Down They Go.  Down They Go.  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 the value.  of     medical  MORE INTERESTING NEWS  FROM THE FUR SECTION  Broad choosing from these Dainty Fur Prices that Women and Girls love to  possess, Garments that carry comfort as well as elegance and style. These  specials for this month at 40 per cent, reduction on our regular close prices.  Mail  O rders  REID & YOUNG  Promptly  Solicited .  tarn  i  and   the   damage  to'  shipping    was  large. *  ��������� "Chicago,   Feb,   10,���������Nine    of    ths"  wealthiest and most influential citizens',  of Chicago have petitioned the United".  States Senate for. uniform" -and-: mora ���������_ *  rigid divorce laws. .   ���������  Barcelona. "Feb. 19.-80,000 work-  ingmen are on strike at Barcelona, in  Spain. Riots are hourly'occiirring and  incendiarism and looting Tare going  on, Three * men were killed and 33  wounded in an "encounter with the ',  troops yesterday.  New York, Feb.' 19.���������The exports  from    the   United  States  decreased  .  $12,505,191 last year. -    -,  Bataum, , Feb, 19.���������SOO bodies of  earthquake rictims have been recovered at Shamaka, Tratu-Cancasia.  Madrid,    Feb. . 19.���������The    Spanish  foreign minister stated in the Spanish  seriate   that   it   was news to him that  any    of   the   powers   had    proposed  intervention    to    prevent    the    war  between Spain and the United States.  Battle Creek, Feb. 19.���������The Kellogg ' Sanitarium   at   Battle    Creek,  Mich., was destroyed by fire yesterday.  Loss   about   $350,000.    Four   hundred  p1itieTTfs^were"iiTth^Tnitariuin~������t~th*"~  time of the fire.  . Hamilton,"Feb. 19.���������The Hamilton.  Steel and   Iron   Co.   hare   closed   its/  rolling mill on account of a shortage  of bituminous coal. '  Winnipeg, Feb. 19.���������The bye-  election for Lisgar yesterday resulted  in thc election of Stewart, tbe Liberal  candidate, by 050 majority.  Constantinople, Feb. 19.���������Miss  Stone has been released and handed  over in good health| to the dragoman  of the American Legation, and the  Rev. Tsilka, husband of Madame  Tsilka, has been arrested for complicity  in the kidnapping.  Tabloids  The C. P. R. will erect an elevator  in the spring at Fort William with a  capacity of 1,500,000 bushels grain.   '  St. Mary's Roman  Catholic church  at   Montreal   has   heen burned.   Loss"  870,000.  "  Yan Yin, tbe Chinese minister to  Russia, is dead at St. Petersburg.  All the employes of the Singer  Sewing Machine Works, South Bend,  Tnd., numbering orer 1000, art on  strike.  The plant of the Louisville Bolt and  Iron Co., Leuisvillc, Ky., was burned  last night.    Loss $125,000.  The Beals and Selkirk Trunk Factory, Wyandotte, Mich., was burned  yesterday. The loss is estimated at  $125,000. ^  One life was lost in the Saaitariunt  fire at Battle Creek, Mich.  ......j-j    if .i.XrJ-'"-^rSr.  Imam ���������. -.������ y, r������MfcwK������B;.7������ME������ifti*!;������^-aa������������������  v:--;  'ii':  i**  u  ^ucblqli* fytnU itml IJnitoaa  jj];cii'$ journal  lin.il exliiRtioii uf the Med (ss.in  edition which is so tearfully coiniiion-  ted ii|ion in the lament whiih  i ilrndiK'cs tn llie public this article.'  I'liliil-hcil l������y  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co-  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weoklv Journal lMiblislie.I In the  Interests of lhe railway men. mini UK men una  business men of the West. Dnys ol Publication  Wednesday and Situiday.  AllVKIIIlslNG  HATES.  Display R<l*i..?l.*V) per inch; single eolumn,  12 per i'nch when inserted on till*.* pane  Legal ads., 10 cent*, per ineli (noupiirlel) line  for first insertion; 5 eents for each tidditIon.il  Insertion. Local notice* 10 cents per line each  Issue. Birth, Marriage and Heath Notices  free.  Sl'RSCr.lITION  RATES.  By mall or currier. *2 per annum; fl.'iS for  six month;, strictly In advance.  OL'K JOB DEPARTMENT.  Isone of the best equipped printing ollices in  the West and prepared to execute all kinds ol  Printline fn lirsielais style ill honest prices.  kne price to all. No job loo large���������nunc loo  small���������torus.    Mail orders promptly attended  AN IMMORAL CONCEPTION  Win price to all. No job loo large���������nunc la  small--torus. Mail orders promptly ut"'*1"  to.   (Jive us a trial on your next order.  TO COltUESrONDEXTS.  We invite correspondence on any Mil>jccl  ol interest lo the general public. In all cast**,  lhe bona nde name of the writer must accompany manuscript, but noi necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager  NOTICE TO COKKKSl'ONDENTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  ���������a ritten on one side of thu paper only.  a.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  oUhe writer.  G. E. GROGAX, Editor.  Wkdnksday, Febkua-iy l'J. 1002.  A   LARDEAU JACKPOT.  \ The issues uf the Lnidcan Eagle of  the Oth and 13l.li and of the Tiout Lake  Topic (if the JOtli,which came to hand  last Monday, form a combination of  ���������eiy interesting reading. There has  been trouble, big trouble in the pay  roll centre at the forks of the Lardeau.  Into the rights and wrongs of it. all, it  is difficult without a complete knowledge of the'ease to enter. The facts  however are that the Eagle went i'or  Mr. McCrossan. who apparently  combines the three functions of a  mining promoter, a smelter manager  and a minister of the Gospel, for  certain statements, whicli appeared in  . a* mining journal, which McCrossan  is publishing in Minneapolis, in order  tokeey the shareholders in bis mining  companies in touch with the situation  at the mining properties, which seem  to be all located in the Lardeau. As  iMr. McCrossan had already put some  money into the camp and is engaged  in installing a "Vulcanite smelter"  there, the residents of Ferguson ' rose  in their might and impelled probably  by tbe feeling of gratitude to Mr.  McCrossan, whicli has been defined as  a lively expectation of further favors  to come, insisted upon the suppression  of the entire issue of the Euglei some  copies of which must however have  managed lo wiggle away and get down  the trail, as one turned np in tbe  Hkkald's mail last Monday morning.  All this is of course dead nuts to the  .Eagle's esteemed contemporary the  Topic, which makes the caustic comment that "the people of Ferguson  have suppressed within crunch, audible  in foreign parts, the only truthful  Eagle published up to date." The  Topic thus describes the scene at the.  public meeting of what it calls the  Society for tbe Pievention of Cruelty  to Fakir's, with "Judge" O'Ryan, a  newly appointed lawyer from Trail iu  the chair:  "The prisoner was led in pale but  ���������col 1 ec teifarTdTsca un i ii g_li inTj till i c ia 11 y  the chairman said: Prisoner at the  Bar, may I ask you a question?  P. at the B.���������Certainly.  C.���������Are yon aware that you are laying youtseif open to a suit for lihel for  certain aspersions you have cast on the  honor of "persons who are now absent?  P. at tbe B.���������Look here, Mr. Chair*  man, you can go to gchenna (hell for  short) I am here to talk to the business  men I have been dealing with for yeais  and not to be bluffed by a blanked  tenderfoot.  Chairman subsided with a puncture  in his aii-lank and light then was  added one more to the long list of  Ireland's ptievanc*"!.  The discussion then became general  and harangues of various hues were  delivered "which were remarkable far  the unanimity with which they waived  the question as to whether the naked  truth had been told, to consider the  -phase of thc proposition which presented the view that the nude in art i������  not always a blessing to Llie country at  large. Indeed it might exercise a  -  sinister  influence   fin local  well-being  and considered advisable to leave  tbe  *.  unveiling to Father Time who was  unanimously voted the responsible  party.   ���������  Having settled this t'o the apparent  satisfaction or the Society, a committee of three was appointed who were  at once installed as censors wilh tbe  power ot life and death, the high  "'justice and the low, on any paragraph  which should ofTend by an obtrusive  exhibition of the truth. They were  armed with a blue lead pencil apiece  ���������and thus commenced the torture and  In (lie name of ((million decency lh}'  I1ehai.ii must protest against an  assumption, which was very visibly  sticking out through I lie discn.*,sii>ii on  Lhe conduct of the police department  at last Friday's council. The notion  that the police magistrate's and  policemens' usefulness is to be guaged  hy the a mount of revenue derived by  the city treasury out of Ihe fin's <i  offenders against the law is a '.no-i  demoralizing one. Tliei-i* ullbinl*. ,-u,  not appointed fur the pin pose ol  increasing the revenue of the tuiinii-i-  paliiy but for the maintenance cl" oidei  and the diispc'iis.-iliuii of justice. N*  lower view of lheir functions c.-ii  possibly be entertained by a sell  respecting community. If 111<*i��������� ���������_' has  heen or is anything done or left milium*  by the" police deparliut'iil. then the  case demands that theie shall be tie  strict est investigation into the mat lei.  It fchould not be allowed to drop after  a desultory discussion in the council,  founded on lhe hearsay gossip of the  sticet corner. The council cannot  afford either in justice to the ollicials  or in duty to the community to allow  this, business to rest under a vague  feeling of utisatisfacoiross. If there  is^.tnything requiring 'Jo ^lio sifted, as  was distinctly said ' by one of lire  council, then let us have it sifted to the  bottom. If a certain official is not no  to his job, as was distinctly slated by  another a'derman, tben let us have t'u*  charges, on which this allegation wa*-  made, brought openly foward, so thai  thc public can see whether-there is  anything in I hem or not.  But" whatever is done, and I lie  matter went so far last Friday night  that the Herald hardly sees how lhe  council can possibly lei it drop without  going further, let it be done fiom a  loftier point of view than that which  tests the value of an official's services  to the community by striking a balance  between bis salary and lhe fines-  imposed in the august name of the law  on the drunkard and th'e prostitute.  mmmtm������~~*!***:*"���������**!K!*caa:BC*sx'Mim* ������������  n IlliiM  ���������tr&\  'AT  Ul  a  ne.  The foundation should bo laid by buying Real Estate in the new Town of  .   I1IJUIW.IU    HHIBCTBUM..IIM  Situate right at the Doors of all thc Famous Fish Creeic Gold Mines.  Some More Facts KS^JE  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 Fishv-Oreek  Camp, in li, (J.  THIRTY minutes,  walk' will   take   you'7 to-tHe  Fomous Eva, Impeiial and Oyster Groups.  INVESTBCATE  AND  YOU WILL  BE  PREPARED TO  TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  | 0      FIFTEEN minuter  "** ���������       walk from Main St.  GOLDFIELDi, will take you  to Lhc mouth of the big  5,500 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne Group, or.  on to tho Goldbug Group.  YOUR   OPPORTUNITY   is now  io   buy   at   thc  bottom figures and you will get  the  advantage of the  raise lhat i:. sure to come next year.  J������HUUHM������W  LOCAL AGENT,  5 REVELSTOKE, B. G.  ������W^*������W������������M^sJ"*M^^ '     ���������,,   Mica Desposits Near Kinbasket.  ,Mr. Kobert Seifertof this cily lias  received some samples o.f mica from  the Big Bend of the Columbia Kiver-  district. Some twelve or fourteen  .claims have heen staked on the vein  which' is located about four miles west  from Kinbasket Lake, a widening of  the Columbia river below Donald.  Some mining was done last fall aud as  a result of tests of the mica made in  Boston an option on lhe property has  been seen1 ed by a Donald man. A test  of the mica received here is stated to  have been extremely satisfactory. Mr.  Seifeit contemplates a trip to the Big  Bend country in the spring. lt the  working of the vein it is understood  lhat boats will be loaded and (hopped  down the river-from Kinbasket Lake  to Kevelstoke, at which point the  cargo will be removed and the boats  returned to Donald bv rail and lhe  operation repeated,���������Province.  Prohibitive Tax on Chinese.  From unimpeachable sources The  Leader is informed that at tbe  approaching session of the' Dominion  Parliament, the government will  introduce a measure imposing on the  Chinese .1 tax on entering the country,  so heavy as to be practically prohibitive. On the Japanese they will place  no heavirj* burdens than they have   to  _c_arry_aow in regard .to  entering this  country. This information The Leader  is in a position to publish exclusively,  and the public' may rely upon it as  correct.���������Ladysm ith Leader.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE  Provincial Board of Health  Regulations for Dealing With the Outbreak of Smallpox at the Town  of Pernio, East Kootenay.  Approved By Kis Honour thc Lieutenant-  Governor in Council, the 17th Day  of "January, 1902.*  HEALTH ACT.  ON ACCOUNT of tlio oulbrcnk oi  snmU-pnx  in tlio Town of   Fernie   it is> ncroby  pro-  ���������uluimed:���������  1.���������Tina the town is in astute of quarantine  u mil further notice.  2���������Thnt no person shnl! be allowed to leave  the town under uny ciruiimiianccs whatsoever  :*.���������- That all meeting-, in elmr-rOies. lodges and  "eliools and ot_*urpiibliogiithcniiysuro'lioreby  prohibited.  ���������I ���������"IhAt no person *hnll nvrlcr nny cirnnm-  stniiceb hold any conversation whatsoever  with any person quarantined, and no person  under fjuarantinu .shall attunm:, to break same  or tiominunicau*. with any outsider.  o.���������Any hotel-keeper, lodging*house keeper  or householdcrhuspecting, knowing, or having  good reason to believe thatunyperson residing  upon or frequenting hK prmuibes i.s ill o  suffering from a ra^h of anv description, shall  at once notify the Medical Health Orticc",  Riving the name and occupation of. and other  particulars necessary to properly identify .such  person.  6.���������Anv person having a rush on his bodv  ������ihall noiify the Medical Health Ollicer on the  tir*t appearance of the *-ame-  7��������� Lnder.Huthorlty of thc "Health Act," it  is hereby declared that all and every person  not having a certificate of recent successful  Y cctnation da'ed withinone >car, r.nd further  not beinirable to rUs proof of *iai::c to the  of  the  Medical   II  Mi all beatonce vaccinated.  ������;a.ttsiaetiOTi  iall beato:  J'.���������*   iter a period of  lealth    I Ulcer,  fven (7) days from  this  date anv person refusine to present to any  public ofiicer who may demand it, proof of  vftcciniiion. "-hall Imj liable to the prescribed  p*;naUic������ under the "Health Act."  Penalties ������no>r the "Health Act":���������  > ny p*pr*on;vho violate* any oi'the provisions  of thi? Proclamation i*- liable to a line of $100  and to(fijsix month1-' imprisonment.  Ijated at Victoria tin* l*Jch day of Januarv  A. If.. 1S02.   .. -. -  CH A RLE    J. FA CAN",  Secretary of thc Provincial Rourd of Health.  By Command,  J. D. J'KKXTL.E,  Acting Provincial Secretary.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICK that CO days afier (Ifitc I  intend to upply In thp Chief Co-amissloner  of Lan-Is awl W orks for j*������*rnilRHion to cut nntl  furrv   bwrv timlajr  from  the   foilon-inx des-  EASTBOUXD...  WESTBOUND. .  SOUTHBOUND.  S:20  S:io  " I cribed land*: i  con  .mmenr-int: at a po������t marked f'oRer F.  Perrv'M southeast corner po������t situate about 200  i ft������f������t from woti Crff'k, fh^ncp w������Kt lu chains;  . ih.-nct: north imj chains; ttjemeeast *yUiairi&;  j ihcnce touth IM) chain1*, to th*; placo of com-  l tnc-ncenient: containingCJO arrf������.  i IfOGEK F. PKRRY.  I    GoMHeH". R. C. Oct 37ih,100i.      Nov. C-tf.  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  ^H^-Tiill Information and  particulars apply  -toNcarcst C.I'.R. Agent.  T. W. Bradshaw,      E, J. Coyle.  Agent  Kevelsioke.  AKRlflt. Gen.  Pannenger Agent  Vancotrrer.  1TOTIOE.  TAKi: NOTICE that nlxty days afier date I  irit-eii'f to apply to tho riiIeM'omriiItfsIoncr  of I.amis and \V������rV������ for p'*rm!'**.|(<ii tu pur  clia-.c ft parcul of land d*"crlbe<l as hil!o������ s:  r.'ommcndiiK at ������ [.o������t marks;'! A lie: Perry'**  No. 1 ro**t; lIHT.cc -*est '2ft oliala"; tlii'iiru  Xorih *10cli������i������s; tlipnee Kast aiclialns; thence  Soutli 10 chains to point of cor.-i.iK.'iee.'nent.  This fraction ������.f land e**mmene<M North of li  r l'err*:'s iire-'imption lollo-.^in^ M'-K^nzie*  Xiirth-Vi'est I.in*.*. con'.ainliiz aVjiit ������0 -ler*****  more or Iecs.  Af.iC?: PKRhV.  Goldfields. Nov. 27. IMI. I/ec l-lm  TEIVSE TABLE"  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Bunitiiif* hetween Arrowhead, Thomson's  I.iindiiiKnuil eninnplix, euinmencinu October  I It li, l'jul, will sail us, lollon.*,, wenllier iierniit-  ting:  I.enviiiE Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  nnd Comnplix  iwleodaily���������lllk. and 15k.  f.cavin^ Comaplix and lhotn**on's T^andinq  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:13k-antl 12:13k  Making close eoiiiieuiionb wilh nil C. 1*. IS.  Steamers and Trains.  ���������The owners reserve the ripht to change limes  of sailings without notice.  Tiie Frcci Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  "      "     -   1SUS.    H.    No. 17.  In tlie Supreme Court of British  ���������   Columbia:*  ISETWEEN: ��������� '     .  OHAIII.KS HOLTEN', et nl, PlalnlffT.,  *    nnd ' -  -I'UANIC VANDALL-& MH.l.IIi nr.AOK,  -Defendanis.  TAKK NOTICK that pursuant to.tho Order of  Hon. Mr. Justice Martin made in the above  action and dated Janiiurv '22nd, 101)2, theie will  be offered for tale at l'UBLIC AUCTION bv  Jumps Taylor at the oflice of the undersigned  at I'.cvclstok-e. IS. C, ' on SATulllJAY. the  Twentv-Sceoud day of Februarv, lsOi, nt lhc  honrof Two o'clock in thc aftoriioon. All and  singular ihose cerlnin pnrcel**. of land sitn'ate  in the . Uy of Kpv**.lsiol;e, B.C. nnd more  pariloularly described as I.ots Number I) and  10, Ulock -IU, I'lnnlilfl.  On said property is erected a good two  More;.* frame dwelling  'Ihe .snid property will he sold subject ns lo  snid Lot 9 lo the rights of John A. Mara, his  heirs or assigns, and subject to the incumbrances charged against lhe "-aid premises  particulars of which may be obtained from  Frederick Eraser, IS**q., Receiver appointed by  said Order, or from  HARVEY, McCAUTER *t PINKIIVM,     .  l'lninlifiV Solicitors.  Dated 29th January, A.D..1902.  Mortgage Sale.  ��������� ISDER. AND BY VIRTUE of thc powerscon-  U tnincd iu n cerlnin iHorlgage which will  be pioduced at the tinieof sale, ihere will ho  offered by I'UBUO AUCTION bv James Taylor,  al the olucc of lhc undersigned at Kevelstoke,  .'..ti., tixi Saturday, the twenty-second day of  February, A IX, 1902, at tbe hour of two o'clock  iu the afternoon, the fullowing properlv,. viz:  ������ portion of lhe N-orth-WesiQunrter of Section  Ten (10), Township Twcntv-Three (if,), Itangc  Six (li), West nf the Sixth MeridUn, containing  by admeasurcmenl 138 ancl 01-100 acres more or  li*ss. Said property being situate near Crnig-  ellachle. the District of Yule, B. C. On lhe  property are one frame building nnd barn.  ���������For-ccrms and conditions of sale apply-to-  HARVEY. McCAR.EP. *t PINKHAM,  of Revelsloke, H. C,  Solicitors for Mortgagee.  Dated at Kevelstoke,-Jan. 28t.i, 1902.  Fl.'KK I1US  MEETS ALL TllAISS.  FIKST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  HEATED. BY  HOT AIH.  1U3ASONAHLK KATKB.  Brown 8l Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT* IN-EVER-Y.ROOM.''.  HOURLY  STRKIiT OAR  MKHTS ALL TRAINS.   .  BAR WELL Stri'I'LIED BY TIIE CHOICEST  WINES,' I'.IQUOUS'ANn'CIGAI.S -','   165  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.    . WU i TON.  .SAUSAGE.  . FISH ,AND GAME IN SEASON. "*:",'"'."-"���������  isroTiaEj -  TWOTICE���������Ihatsixty days alter dale I intend  1*1 to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission lo purchase  320 acres of land sllualoou the Northeast Arm  of Arrow Lake, in the District of West Kootonay II C, nud described ns follows:  Commencing from S.W. corner of Lot 11-11,  thence Nonh n-nronomicn! 20 chnin*:; thoncc  Vio-,1 80 chains; thence South 110 chains approximately: thoncc Vilux chains .North-  Kasterly In point of commencement.  . -  f'KEI). ROIUNSON.  cb. 5���������II 0. K.SkENI', .>?���������!  I.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  fjfi;������   n.ier  Jn'QTICB  NOTICE i������ li* rel.y glvn that '.-ii  date I Intend to npplv to the Cl.ief Corn  nilssionerof Laii'I** and works ff.r pe.-rn~������lon  ���������o cafand carry away timber from ti.r* foilow-  ing rie-*ier!l*ed lands:���������Commencing at a post  iit the "outh-i-n-sl corner of Koger j**. |*.;rr>'"  |.re-emptlon, marked "SontJi<*ait corru-i- of  rimher limit applied for by F. J. Co'dimith";  thence west. 10 chains; thence norlh ..;wM|n������;  thence C!i������t ���������������) chains to Ush C.-'i'l:; thenee  following the meanderlngs of Fl������h C."-'*ku JWi  chains lo point of coinmencem':nt; containing  010 acres, more or less.  F. J.riOLD'-iMlTII.  Thomson's Landing, October lfith, \V\l.  3STOTIOE.  TAKF, NOTIOE that CO days afier date I  lnten-4 to apply to thc Chief CominlsHioner of  Lands and Works for perml������slon to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post marked "E McAdam1*'  o. 1 Post," alluatc clone to the old line of  Hill .ti Ilrantfnnl'H prc-crnptlon, Fish Crc"k,  thenco north 10 chain*', Ihence went '20 chains,  llicnec soulh to chains, thence east '20 chains  tn i*oinl of commencement,  Cioldflel'K Jan, Wtli, 1<X������.  I.. McASiM.  P.iitle, Kilvcr How anil Mack Diamond  Mineral Claims-, s I utile in the I.ardcnu .Mining  I*jvi������lon of West    oolcnay District. ���������  Where Located: Near tho Head of Lcxlng  ion Creek, a trIbutary_of Fiih Crook.  TAr.K NOTICE that I, A. P. Cummins, a*.  Agent for (In* Double Kngl". Mining and Dc  -.eiopment Compnnv, flmitcil, of Ferguson,  K.C, l-rce MlnerV Cenilleate No. ai.MI  intend, sixty dajs from the date hereof, io  h'ji.Ij to the .������. Ir.lng I'ef order for a Ccrllflcale  of ImprovcJiicnti', for thc purpose of obtaining  a Crown Or.tnlof lhe above claim.  And i urthcr Take - otice that rtellon, undo  froi-tlon t,1,  i"iist   l,o   commenced   before the  is**ni*.-,c;',f-uch Certificate of Improvements  Dated thi- lv. tnty-thlrrl day of January, A.D  IW.'..  A.I'. CUMMINS, I'.L.B.  t'<!b. j- ll  Certificaie of- Improvements  -  IMPERIAL II.,        IMPERIAL FRACTION'  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIM8.  S*.t atk in thf. itr.Vhi-STOXi: mining  Division of Wist Kootenay District.  On   l.'ejBinnc Mountain,  -reek.  Whero   Loonlfd  lllg Uend,near Downie c  TAKE NOTICE that I, Oeo. S. Mc.Caricr  acting as agent for J. I). (Irnham. Free Minor's  C'crtlllnate No.-I). ������72l and (or W. H. Victors,  Free Minor's Cortltlcnto No. Misgi, |ntond fio  rtavnjrom the dato hereof to applv to the  Mining Recorder for Ccrtlliiales nr'Improve'  ments for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of tlienhorc clnims.   ,  AND KURT1IKR TAKE NOTICK that action  under Section 3������, must be commenced before  the Issuance yf such Certificate ol Improvements,  Dated this lOthdayor February, A.D.1902.  Feb 12-t! Qeo. S. MoCartar.  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  Wo have ]v,ti*elixsei'3 foi* nil kinds of metalliferous mines' arid pros-'  pacts, .���������v.iildf.siiu to hear froin prospectors and others having property  Out' facilities for mi-dug quick sales are unrivalled!  huiid u-i rep lrtt; ali'j simples of ore for exhibition'at our Oflice.  THS. MINES -^EXCHANGE, LIMITED.       .; '_ .  Nolson, B. C.  H. G. PAIISON, rresident,  ���������e Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability,  Carry a full and complete line ol        '.' _ .  Scotch land Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Gins,  Port8. Shorios, Clarets, Champagne, LJqiters  Imported and Domestic Ciffars. ���������-���������"-  "���������    ���������"''���������' '  Write for our interestiiift books " Invent-  'or's ll.'lp" an I " How ynu ore swindled."  ���������head in i roiigli cl-ctch or model of your in*  venliun oi iinproveincut nnd wc will tell you  tree our opinion ai to wlictlicr it is probably  ij-ntenlnlile. Ifejected applications have of len!  uee'i succcssfiillv pro.scculcd by 119. We  conduct fully equipped offices In Montreal,  and Wnvliinj.*on ; triif qunlifics til to prompt-,  ly diipalch work aiid quickly S'cuie PalcutRi  as broir] as the invention, ilighcbl reftrences,  furni^licd. .     . ,  I'utcnts procured lliroufh Mai ion fi: Marion receive rp-clnl notic* ���������.-.���������itliciit cliarge in  over 100 in v.-spapcrs di'tribuud tliiougliout  >the O minion.  J   Speclaityi���������Pafert Iv.i.s'uies*; ol   Mattufac-  jturerHaud J'.nKiueeis.  <     MARION & MARION  )    Patent Expert* nnd Solicitors.  ? Office? ���������   /   N-w VGrlcLlfcBlcl'ir, nontrealtj  ^^*-*-    I    Atlintlc Bl.ltf,Washington D.C.\  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.   l  &5>(������GG>ttslS������^������<Sts^^  ALEX, KIcLSAH & CO.  Agents for the  MasoD&Risch Pianos!  OFTICE AT  J. McLeod's Residence,;  SECOND STREET,   EAST.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  SSXS(SX_D(S@���������������(������>������������������������������iS������������S������S������������SSii  avatm  Prompt delivery'of parcels, baggage,' eto.  to any part of the city.  Any Kind of Transferring  ,.-<.   Undertaken  ^All.orders left at R. Jr." Bmytbo'f. Tobacco  . tore, or t)y TelephoueNOi7wlllpecoivepro_npt  ttention. - c   .-- t. ���������   f_j j y  Jas. I. Woodrow  ; BUTOHER  Rclail Dealer in���������.        " "  Beef; Pork,   j  ,  Mutton,.Etc, .  Fish and Game in S������aNo.'...  All orders promptly filled.  "Taj-SSi. KBYB&S������0EB,B.(..  ^  'I:  t*\t:  L-.5  M  111  ,yyy,i  '':J  Mi  m  m  'fM  M  ',%;:!  - '!l  m  *?/  f  I  }.  -��������� V  #  /  (T  1)  .1  1:  -.j-yi-'i ���������  *..'-.-.. *^ S-  <y  \  Tha crihwesterm Development Syndicate  UMiTED  Capital: .[1,000,000 in 1,000,000 Shares.   Par volue ?1.00 each.  I All Treasury Stock.     No Promoter's aud no Preferred Stock.  Large Veins Free-Milling Gold Ore  First Allotment.    200.000 Shares now offered for 50c. a hhnre.  ANDREW F. ROSENBERER,  Secretary, V.O. Box 700, Nelson, B.C.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Oliicial Brokers, llevelsioke, B.C.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW': ON THE MARKET.  ���������lH'*'t^*l*'t^i*'I**'l*l''i''i''t'l*'i''i''i''*'*****  PELLEW-HARVEY,    *; f  ������������������ BRYANT &* OILMAN* g  Mining Engineers ������  aiul Assaycrs,     ���������'���������������������������������  VAN CO l! VI*: ll, li.C.      Established 1800   5.  ASSAY WOtiK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS   |  UNDERTAKEN.  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Oflice  ���������Stationery.1,  Including  LETTER   MEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL MEADS  NOTE MEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  Test** limde up to.2,000 lbs.  ���������T,     A specially made ot chuultuii. Smelter  S. rxxiiv,.        s'���������'.-. n'"* ���������' ~-.  ?A     Sample-* froin the Interior liy until.or  u p\|.n*si iiiomplly attended to.  Correspondence solicited.j  VANCOUVER, D. C.  '���������  ������*f*l**M**-T'*I'*T'*f*H*****>'l'**,f'******  )LjJ9  ��������� ������  POSTER AHD DODGER  L>aiKT2*3U   A SPESJALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  __oo --Lots on  ��������� tr  i'y:  ���������i  Successor to I). Jenkins,  .Manufacturers of������������������������������������  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  r.cpairinc of Boots, Shoos  and iiarnoos, a Specialty.  Next ISoor to Guy Barber's  -;.-'  V-";.    f-'..^ BUY BEL ORE 'YOU SLEEP.  '"CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus ' of' tlie   proposed    Railway" already surveyed  ..= ���������-"!::?���������-       -.'     via the Lhrdea^u Creek with fork to that point.  -.CIRCLE CITV.-is'.beautifully situated at the base of  the Lardeau' Pass,  Galena  ..'    - .     ., . .-..-'and Surprise'Creeks.,  "- :-,C-KCLE: CITY is   absolutely   surrounded   -by Mining   Properties   now   under  -���������'--.'���������       "���������'' -   Development.    -    . ��������� ��������� ���������  NAME....  Ih better than riches  Via have tlie nnmo of making  the onlv Slyll-.li Suits in Town  ���������for dmubllity und' quiillty  they nlso excel.  _TRY ONE -  R.S.  ���������    Next the McCarty Block,  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords,  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  i  Rates .Iii a day.  Monthly Rale.  Sale.   J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop,  -Wh'ich.will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  Fust Class Diy Wood  delivered i" any lengLli  foi* O.tsh.  ssr  AVPIjY -TO  />&;  -^   -lb.  An Empire Flag.  Tho London Express is authority for  the fallowing lute word on  the  vexed  subject of iv Hug I-"1- tllt; empire:  "An oniiiifc Hug !    At lust an ensign  which     shall     adequately    represent;  Great -Britain   both  ut   home    and  beyond tho seas seems assured.   Tha  Express is able to announce that the  King    has   received   with  favor   the  suggestion that a iu.w Hag was nseded  to   Ucop   peace     wilh     the   growing  empire, and that a finished design  for  the Mints   will   he   submitted   to   his  majesty next week. Mr. C.D.Bennett,  the cousin of a distinguished  colonial  governor, and himself well  known  in  several of the colonies,  has  been entrusted   wilh     the    responsibility   of  pieparing   this  design.    Mi*.   Bennett  has had many difficulties to  contend  wilh, in evolving an harmonious and  artistic design which should  fittingly  express British sovereignty.      He has  Miccewlisil,   however,   in   giving    our  colonial possessions full representation  without uaerilieing the chief feature of  thc old Hag���������the cross of  Si. George���������  wliich i*5 in itself a familiar emblem of  England's power in  every quarter of  the globe.  "The following i*= a description of  f-ltts new empire Hag. as given officially  loThe Express:  "On an absolutely white ground  is  ciiihroideied a golden  sun���������typical  of  a race  on  whose   dominions lhc sun  never Jsots-shining   on   a   large   red  cross of St.  Georgi*.  representing,  of  course, the empire at home.    In  the  left .hand corner is an Imperial Crown,  Lhe      sign      of      one      great     empire, embracing all  creeds,   tolerating  all beliefs,   but  under'one  great   Imperial iilua.  i     "Underne.ilb Lhe  crown   on  a   blue  I scroll i������ inscribed the Latin.rendering  of the motto���������'the empire on which  tho   sun   never   sets'���������which   is.  the  proudest boast of overy|fingli������limaii:  ���������������������������Tmper'.iim cui nullus  rjiilis oceasus.*  "In tho-iighl hand top corner of the  flag   will   be   placed   tho    particular  .device representative   of   lhe empire  beyond   the  sea.     For instance,  the  FARWELL   ESTATE.  Tlie  clioiee  land   noith  of  track,  ljetu con Tapping's and Long's,-*,vill   .  be subdivided for sale as toon ns  possible.  | G. R'S. GFROAT,   VICTORIA,   B. C.  I'. O. Box, 123. - ���������  ' W A A7W \  y. / \ ^y  I Red Ilo.se Dcsroc meets second nnd fourth  Tucsdius of eneli mo-illi; White Uose Decree  meets iliird Tuesdiiv of eneli quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Vlt-llini. Uethrcn uelcomt*    .  IcE  OIIOGAN.- UY. EDWARDS.  l'residcnt.        -    "     Hon. Secretary.  Is the rlecognized- organ for all the latest  "'"^S^/JS������ J  Kootenav-. Particular attention is paid to  securing earl>   *'������<���������- "lw. uo  SSe WU������ newly discovered Free Mim.g Go d Catnp, on .,������  mthetoineduUe actisit^   ot fatness a lug  ^ro^cS^^S^N^U.Koote^, -and fining ���������,.n W  X��������� diirou^ of gaining the oa, lies., and most aulhcnl ic news from the  SS"iln<i"h������:������l'Pu^f tho; ITE&ALD  their best source .of  -information���������~���������~^��������� . ��������� - ���������a=-^���������--^,-. -_ *- .- -T j- ��������� - .-  r  fJAKVEY, M'CAUTK^ *t 1'IXKIIAM  Ilarrisler*=. Solicitor*;. Etc.  Solieilois fur Imperial Jtank ofCaniula.   -  Compnnv Innds to loan ntS percent.  FlI'.bT STIlEKl,  Rovulnoke B. C.  .     CHURCHES-,'  - ���������    ' Railway Ne^ is also d Specialty, o������ ihe HERAI.O an.d articles of*  .;^^U^itV^ahyuy,...cn will also to found in its columns.  AS^l'AWIlSI  5IETII0DIST CIIIIIK'H,  REVKUTOKH.  >  rreacliini; *>er\icc-. at 11 a. m. and 7:S0 p.m  Class mceiiiii! at the elote of the '"orninK  service. Snblmtli School ancl l'.ible Class at .i-.M  Weeklv l'nuer Meeting every Wednesday  e\cnin'g at 7":M1. The public are corcliallj  Invited.   Scats free.  Itev. C. Ladxer, Pastor.  st. rr.TEr. s ciuiKtu, asglicas.  "ni������litn.ni , Holv KucltnrUt; 11 a.m., ma -ji,  iianv nnd .*.erinijii (Holy Eucharist  lirst Sun-1 COpt spccmi.u  dav iii the mouth); -������������������'���������'���������x>   f-nndai   si hool, or   M<u,.i10!>. elc  children's service: 7:30 J-Acmong (choral) and  -sormonT^Hulv^i^u^���������l'ho-lIoly^Eiichnns-t-JS  celcLratedi-c7 a.m. orSa in , as announced.  ' Hob iiuntisiii alter Siindiiy School at S:ij.  c a. l'KOCOXiKii, Hector.  express ���������;  All orders left - at W. M.Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  ���������u    cook  Revelstoke RinK Co.,  SkatiiiK'c\cry afternoon and evening .from  ;) to it and from 8 to 11). . ,  -'lhc Publie are imilod to Usit the nink; no  charge being made for Spectators.  A chareo of 23i*".'iv!ll bo mado ror skating. ;iii  the iilternoou ladiej or children loe.,  (season Tickets may ho pnrcli.T-ca at "'OJ.-'i'j'  ladiesf������50,   - Gen'lemen ?(..      Child.cn*...  Good for skating aflernoon  and. cv-jiiinK, ,;*.-,-  copt special events such as Carnnal-,  lloc^ej  .Regrets thatho is unable  through illrcss to be pres-.  ont at his Studio and attend to business as usual,  lie hopes, ho\vcver, to be  able to re-open thc Studio  shortly and will announce  tho dato in this space.  rnrsK'iTnp.iAS cnuncir. *  Service everv Snndav nt 11 a m. and 7:30 p.m.  to which all are welcome.     Prayer meeting nt  8*>. in. everv Wednesday. i  -HockcyTPractices..  <5F\-T(ins���������"Mondays,   Fridays   nnd   Enlurilnjs  SEMOKb   ���������",?,.,���������;, f0'to il.   Wednesday, from  7 to 8.-  JUNIORS���������Tucstl������i\s from in to II, nud Wednesdays from 7 to 8.  ,  LADIES���������Tuesdays from 'i to ������.  Curling every nfternoon and ei cuing.  Revelstoke, 33  THE HERALD' oilers advantages in its total Weekly circiilatioir  and the class of ttidew^'hlch it reaches, unparalleledAn the, d,sitrtcl.   It  ���������appears twice to any othef paper's onc������.a>eek ami is found ������������ the homes  ;ofthe^age.'earningclasSeS;.the backbone of the business of the J*.U������.l..  i'nemeawant their announcement* to' reach the homo Pe������P^o  havithe'iiioAey to take advantage of .their offers and tho homes aiul  'Si es*Which render it necessary for thorn to spend it    No othercl������������of  '  emulation is of any use to them.   These are tho kind of people ������ho.make  .  up'rtbigpr6l>oi*tronof our  Subscribers,   people   with   homes    fan lies,  employment and interests right at home,  the people Revelstoke  .uercl -  ante want to get at:   A space in our advertising columns,' judieiousl> anil  ". twugSy ufili'zed, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every home tn -  .Xyebtoke.andn^the.Railway ai.d Mining .points, tributary to,_ Betel-  j  stoke business. *��������� ��������� i  KOSIAN CATHOLIC ClllillCII.  JIn*-8   at 10:50 a. m,   on   first,   second anil  lourth ouudn-.sin lhe month.  i:kv. father thayhr.  SALVATION   .'.l'.MV.  j;.-ctinge^cry night in their  llall on Front  Street. "   "  SOCIETIES.  PXENIY^OF^MILK   FOR" EVERYONE ������������������������ '"  Wliy poison your systems  using Condensed Milk, clone  up in old rusty tin cans?  when you can buy pure  SALMON ARK3 MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  (lag to he used in India will contaiu  the star of India in the right hand top  corner.  ���������'The flag as used in Australia will  contain instead the device of the new  commonwealth, whilo the Canadian ���������  and" other co'.onial governments will  a'dd to, thc design their own badge for  use on all'empiro flags' in that particular part of the world.  "Tliis design has been warmly  commended hy several persons high in  authority to whom'it has heen exhibited.- It now remains for his  majesty to placo the final. saal of  approval. Mr. Bennett has notiaed  the King that the design awaits his  majesty's pleasure, aud it will probably  he exhibited to him nest week.  Should it be approved by his majesty,  the new design will become official  without delay. ',  '���������To the  King himself is due  this  idea.   His Majesty has realized that  i the present national emblem does not  fnllv express the dignity and importance of the empire.   "When the Prince  and Princess of Wales started ou their  tour   nearly   a   year  ago  they were  especially instructed to carefully note  every shade of colonial opinion on th������  subject-whether   a   new    flag  was  Icolony"  wm  ���������  Is the completest in the district   for  appliances,   material and  Craftsmen.   Our  work  speaks   for iteoBf.-,   No  other'office "in Skorth  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.  yotfttill perhaps be surprised to see the artistic a.nd finished class of work*  which we can turn out.   Prices graded down to suit the times.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  jr jRcaular .-lectins'* nre held in tht  t%/\ OdiKclIon'Kllnllon  thc Third I-ri-  ���������af" M*'K dnv ol cadi month, at ������ 11.111. 8harn.  pv������y\ , visiting brcthrrn cordially Invited  'IXSx" A- *'   HN!">N. *V.i������      -  ���������_&?<?��������� W.U. B1KSEY. llee.-See.  A   H   HOLDICH  Analytical chemist  AND ASS AVER.  KS^^^rr/iVF1"-^"5,  NEW YEAR'S CAKES !  KEW YEAR'S CAKES !  desired and wliiit each  expected. Everywhere th������ answ.r  was the same. 'Give us a new  flag.' AVhen the popular verdict waa  reported to I.he King, his majesty at  once signified a desire to have a proper  design prepared. After weeks of toil  the design i-i ready, which many  people believe will eventually he flying  at the mastheads of our warships and  over TJiili'-h posse.***.ioir*s at home and  abroad.!'  }t , 1  FRUIT, PEEL,  GROCERIES  o '  For people who like  to make their own  Cakes.  H   EDWARD     ���������  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS. Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Fe,*aircd. .���������.���������������������������  JCST EAST OK FKESBYTEKIAX CHI.RCII  Third Street.  TO    LET  . -Cottage,  lorner Fourth   Street and Orton  Avenue.   .For  particulars  apply jo   v. r.  I FosBia, Thc Molsons Bank. *������cc 's'lt  In Stock...  A Warehouse lull ot arst-ela**s  Quality   Wheat,        "   Oats,  . Short,       Bran,  Hay, Coa'.  Prlce-i away down for Spot Cash.  J. C*. HUTCHISON.  Cutting Down the Big Hill.  AVe aie informed on good  authority  that the C P. R. intends to commence  woik this year on the 1 eduction of the  grade   of   the   big   hill   east of Field.  This giade, its eveyone who   has   been  over it knows, i.*** lhe heaviest   on   the  system and is an enormous bill of  cost  totliet-ompay*   To   overcome   it   the  road   will   cross   thu   Kicking   Horse  river at  Field,   and   aiter   tunnelling  through a spur of Mt. Field will follow  the west bank of the north fork to the  famous Yoho valley and   then   return  on lhc opposite side, making the  distance between Field and Hector about  30 miles, instead of nine as at   present.  All creditor* arc required to file i\ith Arthur   -j.^ Rr,ulc will be reduced SO that   one  William JohnMon. one oC the Assignees, full -  particular., of their claimi and the nature ol engine can haul a Toll train, Uiu*  their Fccurltic**, if any, held by them, and ������,,;������������������ avc*iy with the pushers at Field.  X������2Z������Z���������������Z������Ifd^ Oth.rwork^ contemplated are the re-  ute tho assets am-n;; the creditor-, of whose auction of thePallisbergrad. by follow-  debts or  claims  they   shall   have   received - . PallUer and the  notice, and that they will not bo responsible ing the river abore Falluer antt Hie  for thc as-etior any part thereof ������o distributed j0jnf, ;lway with the curve at the mpjl  to anv creditor or v-hose debt or claim they ,"���������,,. PjnioBr either   bv making  -hall not then have received notice. tunnel near Palliser eitner  ny ���������������,DS  Dated this Mth day'of January. A.D.. 1K_       an op.n cut or by cleaning out the old  DAVIS, MARSHALL * MACSEH1.      | tunnel and lining it properly.-Golden  Era.  ROTICE Of' ASSKNNEHT  NOTICE I    HERK11V. GIVEN* that Henry J.  Ilourne, nf Revelilokc, Ilrllish Columbia, and  I'ranl: It. Ilourne, of Nakuip,Hrltlsh Colunibin,  carryltiK on business al  lievelstoke,  Nakusp  and New Demur as ficiicral Merclinnli. under  the linn name ol Ilourne  Ilrotlicr.",  have by  deed   dated   tlie 10th   day  nf  January,   1902,  as<.li;ncil all tlieir and ' acli of their real and  personal pro *erty"which may be seized and  sold under execution, for the general  benefit  ofereditors  to rrortcrli-k nu-=combo. of Haro  street,   Viuicomcr,    Mereliaiit,    and   Arthur  IVilliam Joiinslon. of WaterStreet, Vancouver,  Merchant.  A meeting ofthe creditors is hereby called  for Monday, the SOtii day of January, 1002, at  the hour of 1 p. in. at the office of .Messrs. S  I Greensliiclds 'ion & Co., Water Street,  Van  cou.cr.  *i  -'i  li  i  \  Solicitors Ior tho Assignees. W  ������. i  MISTAKES  May be made in wearing  Gh-3'  Liu1., yiuir greatest mistake will  he ui-iile in nut wearing one.  They ine a great preventative'  ul' eiild aiul iiiilindy should be  wil bent one when l.liey can  gel lliem su (.heap al, ihe  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.'Y.  All Sizes nnd Prices.  See Ihem iu onr w'uidi w.  DIED.  K.vowdkli.���������On Feb; Mill at her  residence. 101(1 l-Yiiihill SI..' Vancouver, Kli'/.ahelh Jane, wile of (*.  \'. Knowdell* aged 05.  NOTES OF  NEWS  than  '   the  from  .'J. A Mara of Victoria i.s in town  today.  A. I*'. Kiisenbei'gor is expected back  in Nelson this week.  Mi. and Mis. Aman left f..r Nelson  Ibis morning.  ��������� Men's Suits, Men's2 l'ants just  opened up at lteid fc Young's.  A meeting of (hi! hospital hoard of  directors will be held tonight.  ��������� Krusli   eggs ul, A.N. Smith's.  The epidemic of measles is si ill in  full force and new cases _uv reported  every day.  F. McCarty and A, ilcltae. lhe  delegation In Otlawa leave for the  capital tomorrow morning.  Miss D.'ibly, who has been   teaching  in S union for the past eigtit   months  has   taken   charge   of the   school   at  (Jom.iplix.  Kev. W. C. Calder left on Tuesday  evening to attend tho meeting of the  presbytery at JCamloops. llu will  return tomorrow.  ���������All   Winter   Goods   at   less  costs at lteid & Young's.  Frank   Gutry,     solicitor     foi  IJiiqnesne Mining (Jo.,   came   in  Pittsburg last Friday.    He is going up  to the Blue .lay with E, A.  Bradley.  Jas. Brown, Neil McLelland and a  Chinaman ccok went up to the Big  Bend yesterday, to work for the*  Duquesne Minir.g Co. on the Blue  Jay.  ���������White Wear Sale st ill going on at  lteid & Young's.  To-night there will be service in St.  Peter's church at 7:30, followed by  choir practice. The Wednesday evening service will be continued through  Lent.  ���������See those Men's Spring overcoats  just received at Reid k Young's.  Tlie Sandon Mining Review is  responsible I'or the statement, that a  syndicate of Calgary ranchers will  shortly open meat markets in every  town in Kootenay and cut prices in  t wo.  The EnidMartin Company have  made a dato at the opera house for  Feb. 20th and Olio Fietches' Comic  Plays are booked lor March IS-th and  10th. Both shows are good attractions.  ���������New Spring Goods arriving at  Reid it Young'.--,  Thos. Taylor, M.P.P. for Revelstoke  and Smith Curtis, M.P.P. for Rossland.  came np from the south yesterniiy and  went on to Victoiia on the'No. 1 lo he  present at the opening of tbe legislature on Thursday.  ���������See those all Wool Tweed Suit  for SO at Reid & Young's.  Miss Anderson of the Victorian  Order of Nurses, the district nurse  engaged 1)3' the Revelstoke Hospital,  arrived on Saturday from Montreal  and is staying at Mis. Spin ling's on  Third St. Miss Anderson took her  ���������lirst-case-vesterduv-.��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  . - ���������-���������  'NAME  ON   EVERY   PIECE."  A special train left for Arrowhead  last night chartered by M. Grady to  convey his guests to the opening dance  nt the St. f.eon hotel, Quite a few  leMdctits of Revelstoke took advantage  of the train to accept Mr. Grady's  invitation to the dance.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. N.   Smith's.  Miss Fraser met with a very painful  accident last evening, jseverely scalding her hand with boiling taffy.  Though confined to her loom the  patient is testing easily and the  injured member "Is pronounced by the  nurse to be doing nicely.  Thc Sandon Bonspiel, which was in  commence'Mondav and at which two  rinks of ReveUlokers weie ready lo  assist has been postponed indefinitely  owing lo lack of ice. The curlers  were at the station ready lc>2 leave,  -' when the wire ni rived, which an  nounced that the bonspiel was off.  ��������� Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  Rev. C. \V. Met/'ir,ss,in. manage. ��������� f  the Metropnliian and ulhei* mining  properties in the fiii-deaii and nl.-o of  lhu Vulcan Mueller now being elected  iit. Ferguson, came iu on I lie delaje.l  No. 1 f>n Monday morning and wenl  .-nnlh into Ihe Lardeau. News nf  further developments in that quarter  is being awaited wil.li consideijilil..  interest.  DO YOU WANT-  LUMBERME^'S  RUBBERS.  We arc selling them off at a liberal Discount.  ���������^St  ������'r*~-  _>-  fS'J  _s������-  iSs****--  Chocolates  ^) W e have lately imported $������)  {_$ tlie choicest varieties cf (_jj)  >< the above' in bull*;, and vy  are sol liny at /J*  ?5t per li-  lli..;-|ic-'.t  Award  a: the World's  Kai  cross  -Drugstore  SS^S������S������S������S������II������  I NOVELTY PHOTOS |  *-'   .���������. &  I    Leaving  I    Revelstoke   |  FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY    23,    1002  ii my Inst any.  ������S|S���������'Cull ut onuo if you   wuut  r.ny of  our work.  I    HOWARD   KING,    |  2 l-llDTOGKArilKlt. S  ?��������� STCMO:       TAYLUIi III.OC1C. j{  w^r^'-tf:a^:<*<3*^-4;^*^^7^y3^^v_r*^^*^������7yj<y  DO YOU WANT ^S  ANYTHING IN THE ^  CLOTHING LINE? 3  You will find Our Store the Best Place to Buy. ^g  Our Prices arc reasonable and our goods cannot -<g  be excelled. -���������_������  ���������ays���������  as--  ������*--  *������-  ������*���������  tt������t���������  (������-*���������  *  g������  MC***-  igi���������  Union-Made Overalls  Boots and Shoes.  ������>-  *>���������  ������*������-  CSC*���������  (SO-  DRESS GOODS  ������*������-  cgi*���������  ������>-  a***-  (gO���������  ������-~  as>������������������  In large and selected variety. Ladies come and  inspect our stock before buying elsewhere.  We have a large new shipment of the favorite  and reliable "EMPRESS SHOE" for Women  just coming in; they cannot be beaten for Style,  Comfort and Wearing Qualities.  Dont Forget that We Always Carry a Complete Stock  of House Furnishings.  ������������������ in mn in n mi  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  ���������8***������������������  Carnival at the Rink.  The carnival on Saturday niglit, was  not veiy well attended and ths costumes on thc ice were noi* numerous.  The prizes lor the cake walk went to  Miss Xellie Dunne and Fi-unk Drown  for the lady and gent lemon, Walter  IJueU and I.Viry Dunne gut the boy's  and a special prize wns a warded to  .Masters Dcrt Caley and Hoy Ginn.  -After the cake walk some races were  got up. The Independent band was in  allendance.  upworth League.  The I*.]-worth League held a very  successful meeling on .Monday .night.  The feature, of lhe evening was a  thoughtful paper by .Miss .Smith on  .Modern Women, which wa.s followed  by a solo by 3li.*-s l-'ucand a reading by  .Miss Dent. IJcfuro the meeting broke  up it was resolved that the League  should undertake lo furni.-.li a ward in  the Queen Victoria hospital.  NOTICE.  Kn^inoer.***. Firemen. Machinists and  ICIcclricians send for 10-page pamphlet  containing questions asked by Examining Hoard of I'lngineer*-. to obtain  Engineeis license. Address Geo. A.  Zeller, Publisher. IS S. -Uh St.. -St.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.  Notice.  A Lodge of Loyal Tine Blues will be  organized here on Friday (.-veiling or  Saturday next. The Lodge will be a  -m i xed-o!!0-ai:d^������ !Uthos;--.L-!ad ies-^  gentlemen. desirous of becoming  membeis are a**ked to leave their  names with iiiso L-idner at the Metbo-  di->t Parsonage where all necessary  information will be furnished.  Found.  fn the opera hnu������e. a gold pin. set  with diamond-i. The* owner can  recover fhe ������niu._ from It. Tapping by  proving property and paying f.������r the  co-it, of thi*** advt.  ������������=   THE   NORTHERN  ASSURANCE   CO. ^  &T OF LONDON, ENGLAND. -������  @���������-   ���������-<  CAPITAL AND FUNDS $38,365,000. -^  REVENUE     5,714,000. --  H^T. DOMINION DEPOSIT    '   211.700. -^  CV>��������� ���������"  ���������������������-   -������  _va-DS335rTS ^  SIBBALD & FIELD,    -    Revelstoke, B.C. -  AROUND THE  L. O. L.  Twonly one delegates lo tbe meeting  of lhe Provincial Gland Orange Lodge,  which met today in Nelson, wenl  Ihiough yesterday morning fiom the  west. Among them were Grand  Master Donaldson of Vancouver, Dr.  Jeifs, of Vancouver, and all the Grand  Lodge officers. Ed. Adair joined Ihem  here as a delegate from the local lodge.  The delegates and Grand Lodge ofll-  rers will be tendered a | banquet on  Thursday evening nt Nelson and will  return through here on Friday, when  they will.meet the local lodge in Ihe  evening, on which orcashm it is the  intention to confer ��������� lhe H0y.1l  Arch degree.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on iHis  Daily Rounds.  Hobt. ilcOiiinmon, C. P. H. agent at  Trail, has been transferred to Sandon.  .las. Wilson, superintendent of C. P.  P.. telegraphs, was in town yesterday.  The switchmen's strike at Missoula  is oif. the strikers'.terms having '.been  accepted and all returned to work with  no reduction for time lost.  AV. J. O'Brien, of the C. P. lC  maintenance of-way office here, left on  Monday for Kamloops to undergo an  operation in the hospital.  With the starling of  the fast ovei-  land|irain, says tbe Vancouver^Ledge.  he C.P.K.'  hotel  at North Bend  will  be reopened and trains will stop   there  for meals.  II. W. Harbour, C.P.H. agent at  Sandon, is transferred to Rossland to  take the place of A. C. MeArthur, win  goes u> the down town otlice there.  The 20.000th finished engine will be  -cnrnBtrrJntrof-ihe-Baidwin-Jiocomotive-  "SVorks on the 70th anniversary of the  foundation of the works, which will be  celebrated shortly.  The C. P. ' R- has commenced a  crusade "against scalpers and parties  trying to work a return on thc unused  half of ejistern excursion tickets are  liable to slip up.  The Siindringhain dining car, which  formed part of the royal train has  heen put on the western division to  replace the diner -*Mna*.hed in tbe  wreck at Goose i^-ike.  The death of Jius. P. Bogue, chief  clerk of the ('. P. ll. stores department  at Winnipeg and one of the oldest  employes of tbe company took place  ul Winnipeg on Wednesday night  last.  The locomotive enginwrs and firemen of tbe Illinois Central Railway  aie asking for 1111 increase of wages.  Tbey are asking an increase of 25 rents  011 the UK) mile trip basis'.   Their wag****  .at present are engineers ������3.75, firemen  '$2.75.  TENDERS.  Fouled Tenders, properly endorsed, will be  received by tlie unuurMi*neil up to noon on  Tuesday, February 18 for the simply o������ n  quantity of I'lKl! aLAKM I'OI.KS to the City o  Kcvlsloke, ,1'unleulnrs may be had at my  otliee,  Kevelstoke,    eb. loth MOI.  -C. K, Shaw,  City Clerk,  C3-E3STEIL_5_IJ  ^EIE^IIjrVIfcT'ZPS..  CALL AND  INSPECT   THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  of all kinds  and  Crockery  just opened up.  A set of  CUPS AND SAUCERS.  from   the   Foley factory In  England, will suit you.  SKATES.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  C3-E3SrEK,A.Ij   3^ER,OI3:^L.3SrTS.  ������'  FALL AND WINTER SUITINOS  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  very elaborate variety  of Fall  and  Winter   Suitings and   you'll   find  workmen who are competent, to make up any of thes  Suitings exactly to your liking.    We-dp .not employ  cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods  that  could  possibly depreciate our excellent reputation.       We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when  price is the sole consideration, but when style and fit  and wear are duly considered, we can and do compete  with all ready-made goods, and all other tailorsl  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  The  Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.  lgc^������ UNION <^s$r  Cigar  Factory  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  Brands:  OUR, SPECIAL   and  THE   UNION  ienr<  FURNITURE GOODS must be soltl  at cost iii order tu make room for  another large'carnf Furniturp, which '.  will he here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrmge to supply you. Notv  ' is your opportunity to furnish cheap?  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  Agents  Wanted!!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To represent Iho old reliable  i.-.-.-.-^-^LoncUiii���������tXc-^LuncaHhire���������Life,-  The Children's Endowment,  and ten payment bond polities,  elc.  Most parents, are willing to  ��������� (jive their boys a start in HIV  by taking an endowment made  payable at. age 30, paying the.  premium until the buy is able  lo carry it himself.  G EO. D. SCOTT,  Manager for B.C.���������Northwest.��������� Yukon  Vancouver, B. C  I HAVEITI.  The largest stock of the latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, RINGS, SILVERWARE, 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.  WATCH REPAIRING  A SPECIALTY.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Quisling Win������  and   Iron  Torasc  Produces the-.I rested feeling.  iinpnris str-r-nuih <|iiifkiv an'l  r>-r:\rMiic-i \vo/ifccuiMl (Oiitlitiosm  of thc :-ysti'in.  /��������� :t excellent mc<lifinc for any  "-en������������������un of tho year,  but  pnrttcu-  iiirly now.  50c. a BottBc.  Drugs, Medicines  and Sundries,  Cnn Lai ii<t every liing rerun'red in  the Klek room or l������onn.\     s  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  DriiRglHl Bnil f- tntloner.  llrown l'.locfc. Tclei-lionc 18.  Revelstoke School Board.  The si-hool board held Lh���������ii- regular  meeting last nijiht and after discussing  ���������some matters of detail with icffard to  the sanitary arrangements and fi-|iiip  niPtit of thf* schools, adjourned to ihe  Hotel Itevel-jtoko, where they interviewed Mr. Thos. laylnr, the member,  wilh regard to the huilding grant from  the government. They 11 No met Mr.  Smith Curtis, member for ItosMand,  who takes great interest in educational  matters and is strongly in favor of the  government printing and publishing  the school books in use in the province  and furnishing them to the children at  cost. Mr. Cuitis is also decidedly of  the opinion lh:tt there arc two many  frills and not enough' of practical  subjects in the school course, as nt  present arranged.  ST. LEON HOT SPRINGS  Grand Opening Celebration  I have, much pleasure in extending an open invitation to  attend thc celebration of thc  opening- of my new Hotel at St.  Leon Plot Springs on Tuesday,  Feb. 1 Sth.  Dancing will begin at 8 p.m.  .A.Q*:Ej3sr_?s. :fo:e&  C. P. R. TOWNSITE,  MARA TOWNSITE.  GERHARD TOWNSITE.  GAMU0RNE TOWNSITE,  M GRADY.  Laces and Braids ������  A lnrite rnxxxu nl I'oint I.acc.  Hiu-liiisi nml Hnttcntmrg  Itr-ilil**, Stninjicil I)c.i|gii*i,  Stfti������[������*'I Uuem, Km broidery  Ncctlles, IIootCK, iti*.  Berlin ami Zojiliyr Wools, all  KhailcR, Slipjicr KoIch, Valen-  HclenRcs I.ncc, Insertion.  13  Call at the_  MADISON PARLORS.  Misses Sheppard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oc'23  W  ali)  Real Estate ||  CIWA NTf! A I    ���������; Canada Permanent & Western  Insurance  COAL FOH SALE,  Canada* Permanent & Western  **>   9* 1a.da M������r'8I*K0 CorporatU._.  tqnltuble Vavings Loan and Bulldlug Ainoolatlon.'  (���������Imperial Flre.      Caledonian Fire.   Atlas Flrei  Canadian Ure.   Mercantile Fire.    Northern Fire,  -t Utiardlan Ure.   Manchester Fire.   Gmat Went Life.  I Ocean, Accident and Uuarsntee.   Confederation Life  ��������� t,Canadian Accident Assurance Co.  Connecticut Fir*  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Public.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  m  m  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 wilu you, 01 cuuist*,' whichyou want to say, but we  would strongly advise you to carry some insurance. Your card  will bring you full informationastocoat.  (LEWIS   BROS.  ->'-'>:  ���������;c,\  Vli  ^1  It  fl** V'' i  i%  iC������i  1  REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS.  NOTARIES PUBLIC.  H  'is  iiurv^-i" ������������������' -������������������-��������������� v*

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