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 /    /       ,*.���������*���������  And  Jour  ���������/c  Vol   V. No   1^1  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY    APRIL, 2   1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  We are the largest buyers  of GROCERIES in the  North -Kootenay, and are  therefore able to offer the  very best goods produced  in the world at the very  lowest prices. Although  times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very encouraging  to us.  ���������This year we have made  arrangements which will  enable us to give our customers ��������� better prices than  ever before.  FISH  BARGAINS  This week we arc  offering  some good bargains in fish:  MACHONOCHIE ~    .  "���������" Kippered Herring���������in tins  > ������������������Plain, Shrimp & Tomato,  sauce.' '    .  BLOATERS   ,_ ,-r..���������^.r.r. . ..^'..-1 ,  Perosnal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  Last week a deputation from the  Order of Railway Telegraphers, of the  Eastern Division, waited on Mr. 11. 13.  Spencer. Superintendent, and presented to him lhe schedule proposed hy the  ord������r of wages and rult's to govern  the employment of telegraphers on  the eastern division of the C P. 11.  system. Mr. Spencer promised to  refer the schedule to his superiors.  The telegraphers ask a general increase  in wages averaging 10 per cent., and a  rearrangement of the hours of work.  They desire a cessation of Sunday  work, and where snch Sunday work is  necessary ask that extra pay be given.  Chas. Hudson, for several years chief  clerk in the office of the Gent-nil  Superintendent of the Canadian Pacific  Railway at the Union Station, Toronto  has been appointed Oil* Distributor.  Tho appointment is a promotion.  Chas. Story, section foreman at*  Headingly on the Canadian Northern  system,' was discharged from his  position on returning from Winnipeg,  where he had been attending ns  member of the protective board. Air.  Story had obtained leavo in the  regular way. making due provisio  for the work of his * section before  leaving, and bears an excellent record  from the Northern Pacifc service.  Canned*Smoked Salmon.) IC/  ...  "        ".     Halibut ViJy.  ���������'       Fresh        "       ) rerti"  Mackerel in Kits.  Labrador Herring���������half Bar'ls  Salmon Bellies���������ioo lb. Kegs.  We are receiving weekly  "' shipments of Smoked Kip-  .      pered   Herring, - Bloaters,  Halibut and Salmon.  Stock Fish Always in Stock  ind expenditure 8137!).3o, leaving a  small cash balance of $14.79 in hand.  There is. however, $100 still owing on  the rector's salary, but tliere are  unpaid subscriptions yet due for thc  past year, wliich offset this liability.'  The organ fund has S37.23 on baud  and the committee, which has this  matter in hand promised to make an  effort to get the fund in better shape  by next Easter. Tho building fund of  the rectory shews that $303 has been  paid on tho debt on the building  during the year, leaving only $117 due  the bank.  Tho rector nominated Chas. Holten  as his warden and T. 13. Baker was  reelected the people's warden by  acclamation. The delegates to the  synod elected were A. M. Pinkham,  C. 13. Paget and Freeman Lake with  J. D. Sibbald, II. N. Coursier and R.  Gordon alternates. The sidesmen for  the year are F. McBeth aud R.  Ciordon, with seats on the executive  council and P. Tfooley, C. B. Paget,  II. N. Coursier und A. Wicks? Votes  of thanks were passed to the organist  and chair, the Talent Society, the  superintendent and teachers of Uio  Sunday scliool and T. 13. Baker for his  services as people's" warden and  financier of the parish duriug the past  year.  Freeman Lake, G*. E. Grogan and T.  Downie were appointed u committee  to assist ihe choirmaster and choir,  with orders to meet the Talent Society  nnd ask.thein to strike a sub-comniitteo  of three ladies to cooperate.  It was also resolved that the church  committee, consisting of the rector,  churchwardens and the two senior  sidosnii'ii, meet in ful ure once a  month at the call of lhe rector. The  vestry then adjourned.  SIX HUNDRED  HONEY!  HONEY H  We have received a large  .- - sh-pment.of. the ChiUiwack  Honey, the genuine article.  i^���������^������������������**xwwama^muwmwammaaau  TEAS!!  COFFEES 1!  -  Our  Sales  in  these   lines  '   have lieen very encouraging.    Having very nearly  doubled in the  past year,   RAM LAL'S, as a package  Tea, has no equal.  We also carry  FIVE O'CLOCK  BEN HUR  BLUE RIBBON  UPTON'S  ��������� Pure   Mocha     and    Javfi  and   ^ Qur  Q\vn Blend '  fire the favorites,  The  000D SERVICE   ___  Best Goods at the  LOWEST PRICES  Means   satisfaction    to  Customers and  an   ever  creasing business for us,  A case interesting to railroaders was  argued in the Toronto courts last  week: Canadian Ae-jident Insurance  Company v. McNiven in which the  Lhe respondent sued for $1,(/KI, t.he  amount of an accident policy huld by  her husband, who was killed un the  Canadian Pacilic Railway Coinpmy,  by Whicli he wiis employed. The  defence was that deceased was insured  as a baggage master, that the policy  forbade him to expose himself voluntarily to unnecessary danger,'that a  condition was that- if insured was  injured while engaged'in any occupation or exposure more' hazardous  than  -oW KWif&iPi 1hisa.*tMisa-tw?ii-lli6A'miiii  would purchase at the rates  fixed for  such increased   hazard,   that   he   was  killed while coupling cars;   a   brakesman's work, and .a-.brakesman, could  not have mor than $500 insurance lor  $20. while deceased only paid $7.50 for  $1,000.' Plaintiff had a verdict at   the  tiial, which was sustained by un equal  division    of   the    Court   of Appeal.  Respondent  objected to the jurisdiction   of  the   court.      The judgment  appealed from was for over $1,000, but  defendants had paid $15lJ  into   court,  claiming that if liable at; ill it was   for  that sum only.* Counsel claimed   that  only the difference was in dispute   on  the appeal and not sufficient to confer  jurisdiction."    The      objection'   was  reserved.   Judgment,was reserved.  Twelve more electric headlights  have recently been received by the  mechanical department of the C. P. R.  here and 30 more have been ordered  for the division. All the freight engines  are to be fitted with them.  E. Choate who has been for the past  few'mniithsin-theemploy-of-thn^Lulu-  IsUncl Railway- Company, as bridge  inspector, has gone to the Lardeau  country, where he goes to take a  responsible position with the Lardeau  and Nelson Railway Company. Air.  Choate was for many years in charge  of the bridge woik on the Vancouver  division of the C. P. R., and is n  thoroughly qualified bridge engineer.  He will remain some months in the  Lardeau country.���������Vancouver Ledger.  F. F. Busteed, engineer of maintenance of-way," was recistered at the  Revelstoke yesterday. I  Up to dale the Trackmen**' Union  here have received no tidings of any  settlement at Montreal one way or the  other.  Conductor     W.      MeArthur     has  returned to Kamloops after an alisome  of several months   cm   a   visit   to   his  home in Nova Scotia.  ' Mrs. Harry   Gallagher,   wife  of  ;m  Intercolonial     railway    emplove,    at  Moncton, JS\ B.,  was taken   suddenly-  ill Saturday and   died   within   a   few  hours.   Next morriing  her  husband,  who had expressed fears that he might  suddenly pass away, was  speaking of  his  affliction   to   friends., when c ht-  collapsed and died in a   few   minutes.  Two young children are left orphans.  Surprise Party at the Pass  Rocirhs Pasp. March 1���������The 2Cth  inst. being the anniversary of Geo.  Williamson'*, birthday someone suggested it.surprise parly. Hardly said  before done and accordingly about*  20.110 p.m. some ten or twelve started  for thc residence of Mrs. Williamson.  I believe Mrs. Kelly .was tht* one to  knock at the door which was opened  by-Mrs. Williamson, when to see lhe  look of consternation on her face, as  slie kept lmckiiigup to. make 100111 for  more was tos.iy tlie least .amusing.  Afier a he,irly'"l;iiigh _.ali   runnel���������_lh������  swiuril..     '.niu      **iKiri.uuij*i        .in        ill**'  phonograph. Aliout 22.130 light  refreshments were served, after which  the self-invited guests departed to  their respective homes having spent  a very enjoyable evening, not oven  marred by ibe awful thought that  George had "caught on"' hefoie our  arrival.���������Com.  Was the Price Paid by the  Metropolitan Gold and Silver  Mining Co.. Ltd., For the  Famous Triune Mine.  Perhaps the most phenomenal Jof  any mining success in Konteuay has  been the sudden rise into the front  rank of shipping properties of the  Triune mine near Ferguson? This  properly was puichiised by David and  Andrew Ferguson from the original  locator. F. Appicost, 111 100O, being 'at  the lime litllo more than a mere  prospect. Since then in two seasons  $82,870 worth afore has been shipped  from the mine and the olher day ii.  Was turned over to the Metropolitan  Gold and Silver Mining Co.. Ltd., the  purchase price being lhe very large  sum of $G')0,000 in cash and shares.  This is a record which ��������� thu Herald  thinks it will ho hard tu beat, in the  history of mining, not only in Kootenny, but on any rninp on the continent.  f.The Triune group consists of live  claims, the Enterprise, Silver Chief,  Kamloops, Revenge and- Triune, and  is situated'south' of the Silver Cup  mountain, about nine mile* from  from Ferguson, at the headwaters of  11? tributary of the south fork of the  Lardeau, now known as Triune creek.  Two tunnels had boen driven on the  pYnperty and ore has been encountered  fiom the grass roots. The chutes are  of exceptional size currying galena,  carbonates and. zinc blende,, tlie  carbonates being of extraordinary  richness?. Tliu .  galena      curries  antimonial'silver. -**��������� The* values are'  very high in gold, silver, and lead.  Ore shiiiniHiiLa lo the Trail smelter  ���������inade Die. 18th, 1001.' netted .$10,274,38.  Thu property was first, operated  un-nii" Bros, of Fergiifon, ~.ard  "subsequently wh������*>n their lease expired  by the owners, the Ferguson Bros. Il  is now the property of the Metropolitan  Fold and .Silver Mining Co., Ltd., a  Minneapoli**|syndicale, who have olher  considerable  holdings .in the Lardeau,  under the management of C. XV. Mc-  Grossnn. The purchase price is we  have stated, the very large sum of  $000,000 in cash and shores in the  company. The new owners intend to  work the mine on 11 largo scale ns soon  us tho snow goes off. A smelter within  1500 feet of the mine, and an aerial  tramway to carry the ore down to lhu  smelter nre contemplated .in thu  immediate future.  Thu Lardeau Smelting and lefluing  Co., a sister corporation, intend  putting in Vulcan smelters at  Goldiields and Trout Lake City,  together with the one now ready for  operation in Ferguson.  Thu Hkiiai.d believes that the  Triune is a property which has a  bright future before it under careful  management. The Ferguson Bros.,  who have disposed of the property to  the company, are to be congratulated  on the very good price which they  obtained, though we believe that the  purchasers will find that they hare [n  bonnt17.11' even at the price wliich they  have paid for it. Messrs. D. and A..  Ferguson are'practical men. who have  been working away quietly without  anv particular flourish of trumpets in  the development of mining in .the  Lardeau for quite a while and lheir  hosts of friends in this district will be  delighted lo hear of the successful  termination of their negotiation for  the disposal of this banner property.  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  Drop in Telegraph Rates.  A very considerable reduction is  announced by thu Canadian Pacilic  Telegraph Co. between the coast and  points in the Kootenay.  Heretofore the tolls has been 00  cents for ten words and four cents for  each word over ten in day hours, and  thu night rate of 40 cents and three.  ,' Hereaftur the figure will be 50 cents  and three for the day, and 30 cents and  two'at night..  *. u. i.iuuw������H'i'.-"n<; miruuruic Oliver  Bell" 611 Keystone -mountain"'on'  Saturday anil reports that the tunnel  on the property is now driven 40 feet  and all in o.ie and the whole face is in  ore. The indications are that the  Silver Bell is liable to turn out an  exceedingly valuable property..'  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  The contract for the substring  of the lYaser rivur bridge at New  Westminster has been awarded to  Morrison, Armstrong k Balfour of  Vancouver.  R. Marpole, Gen. Supt. of the 0. P.  H., Vancouver, has reached Montreal  on his return from England.  A flre at thu silk manufacturing  town of Tukin, Japan, has destroyed  4,000 houses.  Mr. Kruger, Dr. Leyds and the  Boer delegates in Kurope are expected  to hold an important meeting at  Utrecht today.;  An explosion of gas occurred  Monday in the Nelson mine at Payton,  Tenn. Fourteen dead bodies have  been recovered and ten men are still  missing.  The Manitobans vote for or against  prohibition today.  Two spans of the new municipal  bridge at Portage La Prairie have  been carried awnj'.hy the ice.  The si earner Lake Superior is ashore.  ii St John, N. B;, harbor.   She sprang  a   le;ik  when hauled oil" the rocks and  'ink.       It is  feared the vessel will h%  a t'olal loss and the cargo i>   seriously  damaged.  It is asserted that King Edward has  abandoned his trip to. the Riviera on  account of the discovery of an  Anarchist plot against hisjife.  Philip Mitchell and his five children  were burned to death  in   their home..  at Prossen Hollow near Johnston, Pa.  Have lost llieir lives.. .*'_.._.,    , -  - ���������-->- - -  The small town of Newport in" Giles ���������  county,  Va., was totally destroyed by  fire yesterday.  Muslin, Cotton, etc.,   made   in   thc  Our  in-  t B IM & (W  **>_?*������������  Easter Vestry at St Peter's.  The Easter vestry meeting of St.  Peter's parish was held on Easter  Mpnday In the church, when there  jviis a very fair representation of the  male members of the congregation.  The rector having opened with prayer  and Uken thc chair and G. E. Grogan  elected vestry clerk, the reports of the  work of the year froin the rector and  the financial report from the people's  churchwarden, T. B. Baker, were read  tlSd adopted. The report shews  receipts from aU sources of S13M.14,  ASTER IS HERE, and with it comes the thought of. a  New Dress���������a theme���������the mere mention of which strikes  a responsive chord in every feminine heart.  We are ready to "serve" you "with' a sl^wlng=Hiat"ex'ceistevery-^  previous season's effort, a showing that trained taste has chosen,  expert knowledge has bought and artistic hands have arranged for  you. Our long acquaintance with your tastes and wishes, our  enlarged stocks, our greatly increased facilities have enabled:us to  make a display that will be the most artistic and economical ..expression of your every thoughts, ��������� ;  Never in tlie history of our business career have wc been able  ro place before the fair sex of Revelstoke such an array of exquisite  new creations as will be shown here this Season.  DAINTY WAISTS  Dainty  Waists  of> Silk,  newest ways. =���������  NEAT AND DRESSY WALKING SKIRTS.  In Cloth and Silk, perfect hanging and the best of workmanship.'   *  IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.  Throughout the. Store you'll  find  them  filled  to overflowing  with new things.  NEW DRESS GOODS AND SILKS  In all lhe latest and best weaves.  NEW WASH DRESS GOODS  " In all the new sheer effects, colorings and designs.  NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS  In all the Latest Eastern and European novelties.  NEW   LACES   AND   EMBROIDERIES,   EDGINGS,     INSERTIONS  AND ALOVER8.  NEW NECKWEAR, RIBBONS AND GLOVES,  NEW BELTS  '     "   In all the latest designs in Straw, Silk and  NEW HOSIERY  In Plain and Fancy Designs.  ���������    Meeting of City CounciL  CORRESPONDENCE. -     -  A request from the S. O. E. B. S.  that the council call a public meeting  to discuss the cellebration of Coronation- day was' filed, with the  understanding, that the uiatter would  come up for action later.  The I/O. G. T. petitioned for the  enforcement of the by-law regulating  the closing of the bar rooms on  Sunday.' Referred police commission.  ^COKING COAL ON THE LINE.  J. Wyatt Vaughan, D. L. S. and C.  E., wrote asking whether there wore  mines    near    Revelstoke    producing  sufficient ore to run a' smelter and aa  to the   probability   of   tha Big Bend  being openud up, as he knew of a body  of good coking coal on tbe main line  ofthe   C.   P.   R.-> within 250 miles of  Revelstoker^being the"only coal on the=-  line available for  smelting purposes.  Tliu seam   is   seven   to   eight feet in  width and is   thoroughly " opened up  and tested.     Mr.. Vaugean  suggested*  that it would be a good scheme for a  Revelstoke  syndicate to take hold of.  The letter was referred to the board of  trade.  The Canadian General Electric Co.  offer to put in a satisfactory fire alarm  system was referred to the F. W. k  L. committee.      .*  PETITIONS.  Father Thayer asked for material  for 11 sidewalk from' McKenzie ave. to  the door of the Roman Catholic  church, offering to get tha work dona  himself, wliich request was assented to.  MOTIONS.  Chief Bain was appointed sanitary  inspector from the' 1st inst. and wax  instructed to request householders to  have their premises cleaned up by  Mny 1st.  The council then adjourned.  Velvet.  REID & YOUNG-  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  Card of Thanks,  Mr. and Mrs. G, Hobbs with to  express their sincere thanks for the  kindness and sympathy shewn to them  and their family from so many'  quarters on the occasion of the last  I illness and death of their daughter  L'luri.  L. T. B.  All members of Loyal True Blue  Lodge No. 174, are here by. notified to  attend a regular meeting of this Lodge  to be held at 1. O. O. F. hall (over post  office).at ths hour of 8 p.m. sharp on  Friday March 4th. All those who  signed as charter members and wbo  were not initiated at institution are*  also requested to be in attendance.  XV. G. Bikney. W. M. m  Rett's JjutJittl.  1-ubllahud By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON.  Mnnaging Dlrcelor.  A Seiiit-Wo.ultlv Journal piiblUhed !n the  impresH ol llie railway men. mining men ami  t.iisln..****, ineli ol the West. Ilsjsol publication  Wud ues.1ay and Satin day.  xovKniiaiNU iutui.  Illaplur a<lii.,|l.SOper inch; sIhkIb column,  t2 per fni.li when lu.iorte.l on till*.- pjisi'  Legal ads., 10 cents per inch (nonparlel) Hut?  for flrst Insertion; 5 cents Ior each additional  liiiertlon. Local nolieoi 10 cent*** per Unu each  l*.*iue. Hlrlli, Marriage an.l Death Nollce*,  free.  it'llSCRiniON*  HATE*.  liv mall or carrier. U per anniimi .l.'J.'i (or  tlxiiioniliii, Mrlclly lu advanve.  01)11 .10)1 H__I-AHT.MF.KT.  Isonnof the bout cr-ulv-pi'd prinlliuiofllvi-s lu  llie We.sl and prepared to t-xvctil*.- all kinds ol  /iriutliiK In llrmelnrw style at honest price*'.  One price to all. Nn Job loo largo���������none tun  .mall���������lorus. Mailorder* promptly aiiende.l  lu.   Illvu us a trial ou yournexl order.  TOO ;19YEARS f 0  COLLECT $4.56  10 COIlllKSl'ONDKM.*.  Wc Invite corrc-poiiileiH'e on any Miiijecl  of Inliie.si in Ihe general public. In all ca-u**  Die bona lide iiauie o( Ihe wriler must accoiu*  piiuv iiianuscrlpl, hul not nei*e_.**arlly (or  luibllcatloii.  Addict* all colon)'miration* to the Manager  Kl'TK'K 10 CORKKkKINOKNT-i.  1.���������All corveiponiloiice must, be legibly  wrllleii ou one side of llie paper only.  'J.���������Correspondence containing persons!  mailer iuiihI bi; sigiiuil ivilli the )��������� roper iiaini*  o'lhe writer.  li   K. GROGAN. Editor.  \VKI)X1*������IMV. Al'HIL 2, lUOi.  RED1STRIB UTED  WHILE   .OU WAIT  After willing a. whole mouth doing  .nothing,  tin*   government   railroaded  their  red ist ri billion bill   through   the  legislature by the. aid of ..Mr. Martin's  nobly      liv*.     without     giving     ",ny  opportunity for discussion and without,  paying any  attention to   the   suggestion.** of any but their own supporters.  Now they have adjourned for ton days  Ml   give   the    mainland   members  n  chance to   visit   their   constituencies.  Mud they done so before  rushing the  redistribution bill  through committee  there would have been some sense in  the idea. Any mainlandme mber, wh������  \Vanta to.listen to the united voices of  cau come home, if lie chooses, but  the  lik-iiAr.i> fails to see   what   else   thoy  ca.ii expect to gain by a. visit now. The  thing is done and there Is an end of it*.  We   must    before    dismissing    the  subject   however,     compliment    onr  member,  Mr. Taylor, on   thc   gallant  and spirited fight, which he made  for  the defence of the rights of his riding.  ITis frionds here know very  well  that  .Mr. Taylor, while  not pretending to  oratory, can   if  necessary, express liis  ideas with both vigor   and   clearness,  What     he   snys    is    always;      worth  listening to and auybodv that run.*? up  against* him is very liable to strike an  unexpected snag.    He hud the best of  his spat with the Attorney General nil  Ibe* way through and his refuwil to he  bulldozed     hy     the     master   of   th*  IJuMsiiiuir administration wa* jjuitP  chrttveteristie and worthy of him. Ir  i> no fault of Mr. Taylor's that the  plain and reasonable demands of this  liiliit^r wer. ignored in th* new bill.  CORONATION DAY.  Baltimore    Man    Made     Life  Miserable    for    Railroad1  Officials.  Nineteen years nnd thirty.nne days  iigo lust Saturday Cifoigi. T. lltinibrill  of the chamber of commerce Hied u  claim against the ��������� Baltimore & ���������'Ohio  Itailroid Company for $1.5(1, an overcharge for freight on a car of whent  shipped from lliigerstown to Baltimnri'  in .laundry. ISSil.  Yes!erdny -Mr. Giunliiili re eived li.e  money on his elniin, and il������ leceipl  ends About, the funniest riimpnign on  i record. During the llrr*l year of its  existence the claim wus. llie subject of  pci'li.-ip.*** a h.ilf dozen inipilrien on Mi.  Ciiiiiihriirs purl. The st'iiuul yi-ir he  gave himself much enjoyment by wr'.t-  iug the. el.'iiiii dgeiilj siiruustie lellcis,  liegiiliiing siinirl hing like '. his:  ".My |1,.iii* Mr. ���������-.1 hud inl ended  .soiiik days since Lulling your iittMilion  lo a *<iiiall cluiin," elc.. or perhaps  ���������iomuthing liku this:  "Having made my will, and desiring  lo seal will)  il   an   inventory   of   my!  estaie.    would   you   kindly,   without ���������  hurrying yourself in the least,'' etc.        !  Toward the last ol Lhe third year .Mr.  (���������Aiiihrill got angry and made np his  mind that he would have that $4,011 if  it took twenty years. So he began a  literary bombanlmcnt of every ojVici.il  of the company, from president to  section buss, asking "why in thunder  tliey didn't, give his claim attention."  Fie hail every employe on the lint* from  Baltimore to Chicago guessing. The  Gambrill claim became a* historical  liy word.  If the company thought tu shuke olT  its creditor by ignoring him it reckoned  not of Mr. GambrilPs bump of tenacity.  Along about the tenth year Mr.  Gambrill had just begun to firfh- It  was not until the fifteenth that he  rolled np his sleeves and began to  show his real fighting ������|iiilities, In  that year he caused to be printed n  thousand cards in lurid ink and letters  so big that one could almost read them  in a cave with the lights out.  These read;" My claim���������$*i.."'(). Hnw  about iti''' These were religiously delivered to the higher oflici'ils of the  road daily. The president, it is said,  failing to see how funny the thing  really was, got angry, and announced  to his private secretary that "the next  time he found one of those d���������d  Gam-  ������iyAU*ni'*Jfl.n-a-������ttVl*,fite|?eittSV.9{..>'R'!]l,Jjl  leads to the suspicion that .Mr. Gambrill had "friends at court."  During the eighteenth year Air.  Gambrill took to sending not only his  own ollice boy but those loaned him*  by his fellow conspirators on the  "street'' with scented notes, addressed  in the long and scruggly hieroglyphics  of tlie present fashion, to various high  oflicials of the line.  These letters proved to be the lust  straw, and won the battle, for it does  not require any great discernment lo  understand that high railroad officials,  especially married ones, could ill ytt'ord  to have scented notes laid on their  desks when their better halves were  liable to drop in at any time, and thus  make explanations necessary.  Thc note that accompanied the remittance was brief, and merely stated  lhat the claim had been allowed and  thanked Mr. Gambrill "for kindly calling the attention of the compnny to  the error," and '.'awaiting his further  Wind coinm-inds," which goes to .������how  that all the funny men are not writing  jokes for the cornic supplements of the  S u ii d'u y "ii e w spa'pe rsr  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  The foundation should be laid by buying ���������Real Estate in the new Town of  Situate ri������-M at the Doors of all ihe Famous Fish Creeic Gold Mines.  CaTtilUlK?   _eA_f*TQ .      FIFTEEN minuter  OUIWEi   !"AU I O S      Walk from Muin St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take yon to the mouth ofthe big  G,000 foot tunnel on tlie Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR   OPPORTUNITY  is now  io  buy  nt  the  bottom figures and you will get  the advantage  of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  INVESTIGATE  AND  YOU  WILL  BE  PREPARED TO  TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  Some More Facts l?���������������T%i������  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wijle West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties that will adveitise the FibU Creek  Camp, in B, C.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to  the  Famous Eva, Imperial and Oyster.Groups.  F. B. LEWIS,  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  LEGAL  rsr.scott n a., \a,.h.  Ilarristor.      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,   htc.  Kirst Street. Hovclstole.  Money to lonn.  JJAKVEY, M'CAIlTi:!*. .V l'lNKHAM  Barristers. Solicitor?, Etc.  Solicitors fur Imperial Hunk of Canada.  ' CompHiiv funds tnloun ni8 por cent  I'iiist Sthebt. Rcvelaloke 1). I,.   Iteii Roue DeRrec meets second anil fourth  Tuesdays of each month; While Rose Dcuree  meets third Tuesday of ench quarter, ln Oddfellows llall.   Vixllinic brethren welcome  O.K. GROC.AX. * HY. EDWARDS.  .'resident. Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular meetings are hclil ln the  Oddfellow'! Halloa thc Third Friday ol each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. .1 .'HNSON, W.M.  W. U. BIRNEY, Rec.-Sec.  CHURCHES  Canadian Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTBO UND     S:20  WESTBOUND   17:H0  SOUTHBOUND     S-.10  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Wednesdays & Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  LOW RAlt TICKETS*  Now   on Sale from Kusterii Pomta  STEAMSHIPS  FROM. VANCOUVER  TO CHINA, '    JAPAN,  To AUSTRALIA    ALASKA  Lowest Rates und Best Service to  and from all points.  For full information,' printed  matter, etc., call on or uddress,  1IET1IOUI5T ClIURrll, KKYKLSTOKE.  Preaching services al 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in  Cla������s meeting al the clo.ie of the inoriiinz  service. Sabbath Schooland BIhlcClasi at������:Su  Weekly I'rayer Meellut. every Wednesday  evening at 7:rJ). The public arc cordially  Invited.   Sean Iree.  Rev. C. 1.ADNEX, Pastor.  KHKK  HUS  .MUl-.TS A I.I. T1IA1NH.  HIST CLASS   AI.'UO.M.Mtin.Vl'lUX.  1IKATKD  I1Y HOT A1H.  KUASOXAlil.i; HATHS.  Hotel Victoria  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIOHT IN EVERY ROOM.  IIOUHI.Y STIIEKT CAH  3IKKTS ALL THAIXS.  HAU WBLI. SUITLIED IIY THE CHOICKftV  WINES,  l.IQUOHS AND CIOAItS  T.  W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Hevela loke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  .. -'.Vancouver.  aT.  rKTSR S CHCBCII,   1NOLICAV.  Eight a.m.. llolv Eucharl.it; 11 a.m., tnn'^s,  Lllnnj* and sermon (Holy Kuolmrlsl fir*>t Sunday in the mouth); 'if.to Sunday ichool, or  ehildren'*: -.ervlce; 7:3) Evensong (ehnral) and  ;������rmon. Holy Hayi���������The Holy KuchariM i.s  celebrated at , a.m. orS a.m., as announced.  liolv K������pll**m ali������,r Sunday School ai������:l_>.  c. A.rRoruKiKK. Hector.  r*rKiE>aT7EBlA^-^,n*H-rH.-  Just, how ninth moner .Mr. Grflllhlill; to which all .'re welcome.     i'rayer meeting at  SVrrvi-'cevery Sunday atll a.m. and 7:110 p.m.    ' ''raycr meetiuir 1 '  C.ir.DEii. Pastor.  Tim llKk.M.u would liUt������ to point, out  Unit th* corona lion of th* King will  bike |>l*ic������ iu li-ia ihao Lhre* month*,  and that it ir not m liit too .mm fm*  h-vt-UtoUe to lie mukinsr preparations  (������������������I* it worthy ci-lcbi'iition of thi.i iin-  .Miitant evenu Thionghotit. thp old  ���������cnimtrr every town ,ind vi|Jn������i; i<.  nil caily making iti plans and there In  no reaion why we in JJiitish Coliunhia.  ���������should not take lime hy the forekek  in following lha example of onr  *ir*elhiL*n acrosa lh������ ocnan. King  Eilwurd ii the firm King of his long  line, who will ba formally.crowned as  Kinp of llift new and Greater Diitnin?.  the strong young nations, offshoots  *iT the sturdy old stock, which was  planted so many hundreds of year*  itfjo ii|:.Iiesucred soil ofthe twin <sl;tnd������  in the stormy narrow seas. We cannot  for this reaion he at all slack in our  ���������ITorts to worthily celebrate' the day  fif his coronation and the Hkkald  would suggest that a public meeting  to consider ways and meaiiK with this  -end in view, cannot be culled too soon.  has ex pended in   his   nineteen   yeaiV i *P*ni- ev^y We<,n**_**,>'*:.  campaign in postage   and   .taliotiery. | ' '    '  he do*.'*, not  know,  .ind   hy   lhc   i.nm  token hu ilovs uot carp.  TVith a numl)*r of "allic*" Mr.  Gjmhrill yeslprday made merry with  the long pursued 54.."/!, illustrating  lln������ old adage nf "������>������sy come. c;my  KO."  jioman- catholic ciirncii.  Mnsf   at io-.ru a. in.,  on  first,  second ami  lourth riundavs ln the month.  HEV.   IMTIIEn   THAVER.  ��������� ALVATIOM   AILVV.  Mci'tin; every night In their Hal) on  Front  Stri-et.  Conductors Resign  Tin*   courtu.-*ifir<>   on   Hit*    Canadian i  P.n;ilii;     I'.tilway   -iyatciii    art-     a^iiin  pl'Dlf.-liil'j;    In    the    iu.iiiiigi*iii*>iil  r������\-i*:- ���������  the custom of auditor* hoimliug   llieir !  train** ni diiVcrfiit* poinl 1 and cuiiipcll-i  ing t!u**iii. in thr prc.-n-ni-c of p:i***n*iPgcrs I  to ''..-Uci.-k up."    Lasl, yi-Mi-t.ltis jiraoticc '  was stopped l,y the i-onducloi*. uppoul-  ing U> tho   management    that  it,   wax  vory unfair l.o Ihem.    If   ������   conductor  is doing a wrong lhey  art' iinaiiiiuoim  in    111**   opinion    that   he    should    Iw.  piini.ihtjd.      "l.ut.."   Kiid    an   fild   rail  rtw.de:-today when   talking   over tho  HituaMon,   "it is  not  pleasant   to   1>������  *h������ld np' hy any  clerk   who might  lie  sent out from an  office  af,   his   sweet  will."  The matter wa.s brought to a  climax on the Orangeville division last,  week, when several conductor.*., rather  than submit to the demand of the  auditors to "check up," tendered their  resignation**,*. One of the men interested said h* had no fear of heing  "checked up,", but he objected on  principle to work for nny corporation  or firm who found it necessary to look  upon liim with suspicion.  Some of tho local officials think this  move of some of the conductors is  made as a pretest by the Order of  Railway Conductors.���������Toronto Tele  gram.  for Sale.  1'irst Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  for Cash. b  iLohnJKecnaghait  PRIME BEEF.     P0KK.     MUiTON.     SAUSAGE^  g FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  We have purchasers for n.11 kinds of metalliferous miuKu anJ  ���������..,~,  &emd deSi,li t0 h������ar f,'������m P������������P������*o������ *nd othew hivta^S^  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled  Muml us reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at o������r Office  T  E MINES EX      ANGE, LIMITED.   "r  O. Box 70  Noleon, B.C.  + '   -  X  +  i  i  +  1  -ir  *���������  i I Smith  H  EDWARD  TAXIDKRMIST.  IlHKIl IIKAI)?, 1WRDS, Elc. MOl.'NTKI.i,  furs Cleaned and Pe*aired.  ifSf KAriT OF   I'KKjJIiYTEKIAN'  'JHCRCH  Third Street.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST "  AND ASSAYER.  Royal n'-hool of Vine*i, tjoattorx.    Seven  j-ear^  al   Morla   tVorlcn,  .-Jwanxea.     17   yeari   Chiel  ChTnlst  to  vilfun Coal and  Iron Co^   Kng.  I.ate Chemist and AMayer, Hall Mines, l_id.  Claim*, examined and reported upon.  Ferguson, B.C.  TIME TABLE  S.S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between Arroiwhca.l. Thnmion'!1  I.anclin������ and Comaplix, coiamencliiic Ontotn.-r  Mth, 1901, will sail as lollown, weather permit*,  tins:  Leaving Arrowhead for ThomBon'.i f.afiiliii^  anil Comnplix twlcedaily���������10k. and loi;.  I.eaviiiK Comaplix aiul Thomson'.*" I.Rndlnij  for Arrowhead twice dally���������>7:lftk and ]'2:Vii_  Making close connections with all (.',  Steamers and Train*).  K.  The owners reaerrc the Tight tocliange tlinca  of saillnts without notice.  The frma Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  Baker and  Confectioner  A.  A full ancl complete  line of  GROCERIES  Cor. Mackenzie Avc.  and Railway Street.  **************************  II. 0. I-AHSON, 1-mtdent.  M. J. O'BRIE.V, Managlmr Dlr.elnr  ���������e Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  I.I ml led Liability.  Carry a lull ami complete Hue of  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandiee, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Gins  Ports, Sheries, Clarets, Chamiucne, Liquors  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  Laces and Braids i  A lar������c rouse of Ivi)lnt f.acn,  I>iii*Iivm and Ilutlcnhurir  llraldn, Slamped Dcsiirn",  Miaiiipcd Linens, Kmuroliicry  ^l���������edles, Hooks, &e.  Iiirllii and Zephyr WooIk, all  shades, Slipper Solos, Valcn-  elenee.sl.aee, Inacrilon.  Call at the  MADISON -PARLORS.  Misses Sheppard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oc!3  EXeX������@������������������������������3>  T.-&  lYUIDlCTLlVfll  I'lc'ino don'L try nnd run us  out of town hy sending your  orders enst. We must have  viiiit* work in order to live.  We depend on you for our  work I iiiistern nouses do  nut! Do not allow yourself  to he roped in hy their peddlers We also guarantee  to give you hetter satisfaction for your money.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Pa������et, Prop.  Prompt dellrery of parcel!, banace, tt*.  to any pari ol tbe eltjr '  >  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  Jas. I. Wdo'drow-  ���������&. a. -wxTjeoisr,  Next the McCarty Block.  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fuh snd Gaunt in Season.. ,  All orden .promptly filled.  CorBr.JiSga.-lKBTtt������0Hl B.f.  m ^  <??  jy^������>J������j������JM������>>������#j������������^������#������#t*������J������>jg^ ^������JW>������*������������iMS'������&Jh������������P+*������pp&to  The Smelting Centre of the Similkameen Valley.     Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by the following resources:.   Coal, gold, copper, silver and a fine agricultural country.    Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a climate almost southern.-  and all that could be asked.  ASHNOLA is owned and backed by the payroll of the SimilkaniPon Valley Coal Compnny, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. The otiuipment and development of their conl mines, ins.tallinc  of water, electric light and power plants, are already arrtiugud for. The development of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine by the Eastern Capitalists who have established their payroll at ASHNOLA, makes it the  coming city of the interior of British Columbia.  A City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  Lots in Ashnola are safe investments. In Blocks 1 to 4 and 13 to 20 thc price will be advanced 25c.  perlruonth until May 1st, 1002, and to ten per ei*nt. in the romaiiiinu; block*. The present price is from $50 to  9225;   Twenty-five per cant, cash, three, six and nine months without interest.  Arrangements are already completed for Kight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  th* company at Ashnola.   This work will be under full headway-by May 1st.  Pour years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be bought and wero sold at 11 cents. Today they are  quote*! at $80.00. With thc advent of transportation, SimilkaiueHii Valley Coal cau bo delivered at any  point in West Kootenay or Vale a* cheaply as by any other Company iu Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.   NELSON,  B. C.   r_������^#j������j.wM.������'������#*j������.i������������jr^^  THE TOWNSITE OF  CIRCL  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE.CITY  is the Terminus   of   the   proposed   Railway   already. surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to lhat point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of  the Lardeau Pass/ Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  Development.        .        .        .  Splendid  Water Power  ������������������pi -     Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  G. B. BATHO,  Ferguson, B. C.  NOTICK���������llmtsixty dnys nllor ilatv I Inlcii.l  to apply, to the Olilcl Ooniuils-lnin'r nf  LhwIk liuu Works Ior pcrmUsion io p.irt*lii������*i  Minorca of lnnd hHmuUjoii tho N'ortliunsl Arm  ol Arrow Lnko, ill tlio District of'Wont Kuniu-  nsy H.C:, mid describeil ns follow*,:  Commencing from S.W. comer of Lot nn,  tlienee North nutronomiciil illl ehnins; linn.re  West 80 chains; llienoc South 110 ehnins np*  proximately; tlienee l'.ini (ilinlns North-  ICustcrly lo point of commencemenl.  FHFAl. HOBINSON.  ifcb. 6���������tf 0. R.HKlWU, Atjif   1.  TMevel* Itai  I������ 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 FrecMilling Gold Gamps on Fish  River and from the placer and quart?, mines of the Big BendTuTd^istrictr^  in the immediate activity of .Revelstoke, such as Illecillewaet, Albert  Canyon, Jordan Push and Isaac Creek. Next season will witness a hig  revival of certainty throughout North Kootenay, and mining men and  others desirous" of gaining the oar Host and most authentic news from tho  district will find the columns of the HERALD their best source of  information. "  .  Railway News is also a Specialty of the HERALD and articles of  special interest*to Railwav men will also be found in its columns.  AS AN ADVfRTlSlI MEDIUM  THE HERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  and the* class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in the district. It  appears twice to any other paper's once a week and is found in the homes  of tha.wage-earning classes, the backbone of the business of thc district.  Businessmen want their announcements to roach the homo people who  have the money to take advantage of their offers and tho homes and  families which render it necessary for thorn to spend it. No other class of  elreulatlon is of any use to them. These are the kind of people who make  up a big proportion of our Subscribers, peoplo with homes, families,  employment.and interests right at home, the people Revelstoke merch- -  ants want to get at. A space in our advertising columns, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every home in  Revrlstoke, and in the Railway and Mining points, tributary to Revelstoke business.-j.7- ���������---.*���������  OlfcJGB PRINTING DEPARTMENT  ' Is' thc completest' in the district for appliances, material and  Craftsmen. Our work speaks , for itself. No other oflice in North  Kootonay 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 perh'aps'be surprised to see the artistic and finished class of work  which we can turn out.    Prices graded down to suit the times.  Certificate of Improvements.  'NOTICE  Morninjr Star, Walrus,Sen Lion and Bonanza  Mineral ulninis, situate in the Lardeau Mining  Division of West Kootenay District. Where  located: On MenlienlcJc Creek, nenr Fish  Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE thnt I, F. c. Green, acting ns  ngent for Angus .McKay, F. M. c. B 32005, and  J. B. McKenzie, Free M'ncr's Cerlilicale No.  B 3202.-1, intend, sixty days from the date hereoi,  to apply to the Mining Uecorder for. ertlflcalcs  of Improvements, for thc purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of tbe above clnims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before n,e  Issuance of such Certificates ol Improvements.  Dated this flrst day of March, 1902, A.D.      --���������*���������-=- * *-" -F. C: OKEKNY������������������ - * - -  per F. S. C.  Nelson, B C.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  Centre Star and Evening Star IMIncral  Claims, situate iu the Lardeau Mining Division  ol West Kootenay District. Where located :  On Menhenick creek, near Fish River. |  TAKU NOTICK thnt I, F. c. Green, -icting an  agent Ior J. Ii. McKenzie, Free Miner's Cerilll-  cute No. n 32025, Intend, slxtv dnys from Ihe  date hereoi, to apply to tbe Mining Keeorder  or Cerilllcntes of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grams of the above  clniins.'  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be  commenced   before  the  issuance ol -uch Cerllllcntcsof Improvements.  Dated this first day of Mnrch. 1902, A. I).  1". C.GRK-.N,  per F. B. C,  Nelson, II. C.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICI: Hint sixty day** after date I  intend to npplv lo tho Ohlof i.'oinnilssionei*  of 1.Anils nnd Works for purinisslon to pur  chase a parcel of lnnd described ns follows:  Commencing nl a post marked Alice Parry1!.  No. 1 l'ost j thence west 20 chains; tliciicu  North 40chnlns; thence East 20cha!ns; thence  South 40 chains lo point ol commencement.  This fraction of land onmmuiiccs North of It.  F. I'errs's pre-emption -following McKenzle's  North-west Line, containing about 80 ncres,  more nr loss.  more ur loss  Goldfields, Nov. 27,1901.  ALICE I'KRRY.  Dec 1-11  NOTIOE  NOTICE Is herein- given Ihnl 30 dnys n/ior  date 1 intend to npplv to the Chief Coin-  ���������nlHSionerof I.inids and Works Ior permlislnn  to cut and carry awtiy timber from ibe lollt-w-  Ing described lands:���������Commencing nt n posi  at lhc, south-east corner ol Roger F. Perry's  pre-emption,' marked "Southeast -.orurr nf  limber II ml I applied for by F. J. liolilsmlih";  thence west 10 ������������������IihIus; theuce nortli lOOchnlns;  ihcnce east 10 chains 10 Fish Creek; Ihunce  following the muuiidcrlngs uf Fish Creek ll'.U  chains to point of commencement; eoutiiiulug  CIO acres, more or less.   ....-  F. J.dOI.llSMlTII,  Thomson's Landing, October liiili, 1901.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE lluil .'.0 dnyi nfl(*r dale I  Intend to apply lo llio Chief Commissioner nf  Lands anil Works for permission to ptirchnsc  the following described lauds:  Commencing at a post niurkod "1. MeAdams'  o. 1 Post," situate close lo the old line of  IIIU A: -llrantford'fl pre-emption, Fish Creek,  theuce north 40 ehnins, thenee west 20 clmins,  thenco south 10 chains, tlicnce oust 20 chain**,  lo point of commencement,  Gold fields, Jan. 18th, 1902.  Ii. MoAlUM.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that GO days after dale I  Intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner  of Lands and \\ orks for permission to eut aud  carry away timber from the following described lands:)  Commencing at a post marked Soger F.  Perry's southeast corner post situate about 201)  feet from Scott Creek, thence west 40 chains;  thenco north 100 chains; thence east 40 chains;  thence south 1G0 chains, to tho place ol commencement; containing 010 acres.  ���������   ROGER. F. PERRY.  Goldiields. B. C, Oct. 17ih, l'JOl.      Nov. C-tf.  NOTIOE  IN TIIE COl/NTY   COURT   OF  KOOTKNAY,  HOLDEN AT REVELSTOKE.  I1ETWF.KN: ���������  Robert Caley, of Rcvel-ftoke, B.C., plaintiff.  nud  N. Ilnskell, of Kevelstoke defendant.  To N. Ilnskell the above, named defendnnt:���������  TAKE NOTICE Hint a default summons and  plaint havu-been issued .nut ol this Court  against yon in an action against you by Robert  Caley, of Revelstoke, B.C.. to recover the sum  of f 10.00 for board aiid lodging furished to  you by the above named plaintiff, and that In  pursuance of an order of His Hon. .1. A. Forin,  judge of this Court, vou are required within  14 days from the publication of this notice in  thc RevklstokkHerald, newspaper, to flic your  dispute nota, if any, with the Registrar ol this  Courl at Revelsloke, otherwise judgment will  be entered against you.  Dated this Oth March. .'* .T>., 1902.  FRED. ERASER,  P.egi.strar of the 'ounty Court.  NOTICE.  Engineers. Firemen, Machinists "arid  Electricians send for 40 pane pamphlet  containing questions asked by -Ex  amining Board of Engineers to obtain  Engineers license. Address Geo. A.  Zeller, Publisher. 18 is. 1th St.. St.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.  NOTICE  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,$2 PER YEAR, IH ADVANCE.!  Red Fox and Ridge Mineral Claims, situate  in thc Lardeau Mining Division of West Koote-  nBy District. Where located : On Menhenick  Creek, near Fish Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE that I. F. C Green, acting as  agent for Angus McKay, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 3-2005, intend, slxtv <1rjts from the  date IiercoL to apply to the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of .the above  claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section  37, must, be commenced   before  the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements,  -   Dated this first day of March, 1902, A. D.  F. C. GREEN,  per F. S. C ,  Nelson, B. C.  TAKE NOTICE thnt f.0 days after date I  Intend to apply to thc Chief Commissioner of  Lands and *A\ orks for permission to purchase a  piece of land described aB follows :  Commencing at a post marked F.J. Goldsmith's No. 1 post,'thenco south' 40 chains;  thenco enst 40 chains ; thence north 40 chains;  thence west.40 chains, to point ol commencement���������160 acres more or'less.',-.'This lnnd was  staked by J. B. McKenzie lasl June. Has a  purchase No. 1 post aliout 100 feet from Goldfinch trail and about 2(*0 feet up hill, the oust  lino following Fish River.  Located February 20,1902.  r. J. GOLDSMITH.  Goldfields, B. C.  NOTICE  ���������^.4������������������i������������������^.���������l������������������^���������l.���������^���������^*���������^*'^���������^-���������^.���������i.^.���������*^^���������*���������w~^���������i������������������l���������*  | PELLEW-53ARVEY, ' ��������� |  I BRYANT & CilMAN  -1- Mining Iiiigincers  unci Assaycrs, ���������  VANCOI'VHR, li.C.      Established WOO  ASSAY WOftiC OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  ������ Test' miidc up to 2,noillbs.  ���������*.*-! A specially iniule of checking Smelter  ,*.< Pulps.  ;*,-< Sninples Irnm lhc Interior by mail or  '%. cYnreix promptly iilLcndcd to.  ������) Correspondence solicited.j  I VANCOUVER, B. C.  ���������T''T'*T**f*I**:f"H:"J'*T"l"T"V*V*I"H***I**f'H'*I'*J**I*f  Ably furnished wilh the  Choicest the Market  affords,  BEST WIHES.TlQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30 dnys  after date, I Intend to make application to the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol Lands  and Works for a special licence to lell and  carrv awav timber from tho following described lands:  No. 1.  Commencing at a post plnnted about SO  chains north ofSt. Leon Hoi Springs ou the  Arrow Lakes nMd marked J. T. south we.it corner, tbence east 100 ehnins ; tbence north 10  ehnins ; Ihcnce west 100 ehnins ; thence soulh  ���������10 chains to place of commencement. __  *���������=���������-        " NoT-tf    ''"    '"'  Commencing al a post planted nbout ?. miles  south from the mouth of Deep creek nl Unleun  Bay, Arrow Lakes, marked .1. T. and bell1*.'  about 0 chains cast of T.II.D.'s sou lb west corner post: thence west80chains ; thence soulh  80 chains; ihcnce east 80 chains ; thence north  80 chains to place of commencement.  Nelson, B. C, March 3rd. 1002.  JAMKS A. TAYLOR,  Arrowhuad.  Certificate of Impveroments.  NOTICE  Rcgrwls Lliat ho is nimble  tii rough illiH's.s to liu pres-  unL nt lii.s Studio mul ul-  Iond In bu.sinebs us usual.  Hi.* hopes, however, to 1)������  .'ilile Lo re-open the Studio  shortly and will announce  the date in tliis space.  Kevelsioke, li. Ci.  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison your systems  usiny Condensed Milk, done  up in old rusty tin cans?  when you can buy pure  SALMON ASSV3 MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  Agents  Wanted!!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  ,  . To represent tho old relinhtc  London3:& Luiicus<hire Life.  The Children's Endowment,  and ten payment bond policies,  etc.  Moist parents are willing to  pivu their,-boys a start-in'life  by taking nn "endowment mado  payable nt.'i(_;e 30, paying the  premium until the boy i.s able  to carry it himself.  ���������GliO. D. SCOTT,  Manager for li.C���������Northwest.'���������Yukon  Vancouver, B. C.  Express Delivery  " All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  ��������������������������� H. Cook.  Write for our iiiieiesliiip books "Invent-  >or'5 llslp" and ������������������ Hotv you are swindled."!  JSemlusn, ror.fch sketch or mndcl of yourin-j  )veiition oriinprovenictiL snd wc wilUcUyou,  )frccour opinion ������s to whether it is probably  /patentable. Krjcctsd implications have often'  jbeen nucccsfuUy prosecuted by us. We,  'conduct fully equipped offices iu Montreal,  ->tt:id-\Vn!-lu!!f:toii-;_LliiKqualifies us to prompt-,  Hy dispatch work aud quickly secure Patents,  )as In oid ns the invention. Highest references,  U'urnii-liccl.  I 1'ntents procured tKrough Marion & Ma*  Irion receive special notice without charge in  >over ioo m*\v,sp������peis distributed throughout  tthe IVminion.  1 Specially :<���������Patent business of Mauufac-  Iturers ami Engineers.  MARION & MARION  ,    Patent Expert*: and Solioitors.  <Olflcen:   j   '?':>*' yPrK.L."e._?'l*_'K> r?ont.r'������l*,  Atlantic lildfcWasliihitton DX^  Untie. .Silver How und llliiuk Dlmiininl  Minernl ClRlinn, h Unite In tliu I.iirilenu Mlnlni!  DlvlKlon ot West    nnli'iiny Diblrict.  WlicrcLoeatcil: Near tlio Henil of Lexington Crcuk, ft tributary of l'lsli Creek.  TAnl! NOTICE that I, A. 1'. CuiiiuiIiih, lis  AkoiiI for the Double Kii������le Mining mid Development Cumpunv, Limited, of KerKiison,  B.C, Iree Mlncr'H Certiflento Nu. lll.HM,  Intend, slitj' ilnyH from tlio dntc hereof, to  apply to tlio .Mlnlnfc Pceordcr for aCertllli-ale  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtuliilii*;  a Crown CiranloI the Above claim.  Anil iiirthcrTake Notice tlmt nctlon, initio  Section 87,  roust   he   commenced   before lhc  Issbnncc ot Hlich Certlllcate of Improvements  Dated this twenty.third day of Janunrv, A.D.  1902..  A.r. CUMMINS, r.i..s.  Feb. 5���������tf  FARWELL   ESTATE.  Tho  choice  land  north  of  trnck.  between Tapping's and Long's, will  be  subdivided lor sale as soon us  possible.  Q. M. SPROAT.   VICTORIA,   B. C,  P. O.Bo**.. 425.  Order Your  from I lie  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,    IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIM8.  SITUATE IN TIIE KEVhLSTO E MINING  Division of West Kootenay District.  Where Located: On Keystone Mountain,  Big Bend.near Downie Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Geo. S. MeCarter  acting as agent for J P. Graham, Free Miner's  Certificate No. D. 3724 and for W. JI. Victors,  Kree Miner's Certificate'No. 60821, Intend 60  davs Irons the date hereof to-applv to the  Mi nini. Recorder for Certificates of "Improvements for the purpose ol obtaining Crown  Grants of thc above claims.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action  under Section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance ol such Certificate of Improve-  j ments?  Dated this lOthdayof February, A.D.1902.  Feb 12-U Om. ���������. MoOarter.  *S^ UNION *^m  Cigar  Factory  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  H. A. BROWN;   Prop  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office .  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES,  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  THE EAST  D. R. Young Has Been Negotiating a Smelter For Ashnola,  ID. li. Young, uuiiKigiiiK director o������  Uiu Siiiilk.um.cn Valley Conl Co., Ltd.  returnuil lust tiij^lit from a trip to St.  I'huI, Chicago und , N'ew York,  fetui'iiiiig via Toronto and Ottawti.  His mission cast wan to effect th*  amalgamation of the conl comiwiaies  vrliose basis of operatien is the  Sinilkanieeii valley, namely the Smil-  kumaon Valley Coal Company ttnd  thu Ashnola Coal Company, Limited,  ol Toronto. In this Ihuvrim auccessful  in ������o fat* thnt the Nhai'������*hold������i'H of tha  Asflmola company have agreed to lha  proposition and it only romiiiiw foi*  thu lon������l formalities to be complied  with to effect thn obji-ct somjht. Tli������  most im porta nl. Inuinoss that Mr.  Yoniilf transiictad durin|_; his ituy In  thu unit wiik the completion of tha  Ashnola .Smsltar, Limited. Mr. Young;  ntutes that he was most successful, n������  he hud interestedsomeol'thtt strongest  financial men of Toronto, MuntroAl  and olher cities in the proposition,  and that now mutters are in such  shape- that a smelUr in Ailmola i������  assured. Tlie smoker will go up  without delay and will bo of MO tons a  (lay capacity, although designed no  that, this can be increased to 1000  without the slightest difficulty so soon  a* the number of operating u.inaji  shall have been sufficiently increased  to keep a larger smelter busy. Copper  and IvenmWy mountains, (about two  and a half miles distant from Aalinola  will bu the new smulter'ti chief m'k  supply, the product of the properties  on these two. mountains being copper  and gold in valuable and easily worked  combinations. Silver-lead ores will lie  drawn from Boulder Creek, where  development has progressed sufficiently to showiniinenue. bodiee admirably placed for profitable working.  The ores of the Nickle Plate mine in  the vicinity of Twenty-mile and of  other properties in. that locality are _  high grade gold and silver, with just  sufficient iron to be self fluxing -and -  most economical. It, too, will find a '  a natural- market at Ashnola, while,  for which reason the new town haa  been selected by the smelter projectors,  lime and every other smelter requisite  is found in generous abundance within  a radius'of 20 milus, the fact of.having  fuel * at their doors, giving the smelter  people nn immense advantage, over .  their business rivals. The two companies,' while distinct and separate  will naturally work- in harmony  through community of interests and  by their operations Ashnola can hardly  escape becoming one of the butieet  and most prosperous centres of  population in all the rich interior of  this     splendidly    endowed Pacific  province. In the diiposal of the stock  of the new smelter company the  same' popular and patriotic uourse  will be pursued ns with the coal  company's���������tha major portion of the  stock being offered in British Columbia, so that our own people may  profit through the opening and  development of their heritage. It is  perhaps too early to discuss details  but Mr. Young is satisfied as to the  certainty of railway connection with  tho outside world, and given this he  knows of no other point ih British  Columbia whereat a smelter might  combine so many aud important  natural advantages as at Ashnola.  Rich metalliferous mines immediately  adjacent coal and coke at the very  doors, timber in inexhaustible supply,  and an agricultural district capable ef  supporting o, large and prosperous  population without the importation of  any of the necessities of life, what  more could be asked wherewith t������  build legitimately the fortunes of ar  great community^  In all the steps that have so far been  taken in the presentation of tbe  Similkamcen's advantages before the  public Mr. Young has proven loyal te  his distiiet in a marked degree and  helpful in no. small manner to those  who are sincerely active - in working  fcr British Colombia progress' and  prosperity.���������Ex.  !/i  '   t  : 1  0"-  !   M  -ft  naa  ���������UH MISTAKES  May In* made in wenring  Chest Protectors  Hul your greatest mistake will  be iii'idi- in not wearing one.  Tliey are a great preventative  uf cold and nobody should be  without one when they can  ������et lliem so cheap at the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.'Y.  All Sizes and l*rici������s.  Sei. them in our window.  BORN  Smith ��������� At New Denver on 28th inM.  to Mr. and Mrs. .). ft. Smith a  diHigliU'i',  NOTES OF  NEWS  S. Sutherland of Ferguson. Is in  town.  Mi*. Kraiik Lewis left yesterday  morning for a few months visit, to  Ontario.  WANTED���������A lir.-l-cliiss Barber; none  Imi   Ihsl-ehi*"*! man  need  apply.    J.  .MoikiaN.  I'M. Moscrop has been awarded the  ronlract loi'the pluiiibing in the new  hospital.  I,iist���������a bunch of keys, finder will  pk-sw* leave same Jit, lllCHM.D office  ami oblige owner.  II. Outer and 'Mr.**. Carter have  i-r.turneil lo Kergiiftcin from Walla  Walla, Wash.  ��������� l-'resh eggs at A.N*. Smith's  A coiiiiiumkution received  from  R.  Tapping   is   not   of   sufficient   public  interest lor insertion in   the  Hkiiai.d.  ���������Fresh Groceries nt A.   N. Smith's.  .Members uf Lodge Royalty, S. O. E.  B. S., are requested to attend the  meeting next Tuesday night as the  (���������uartcrly report will be presented to  (lie lodge,  ��������� Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  ���������Dog tugs can now be obtained from  lhe chief of police, price fi'2. AIL dogs  that want to live must be merged  immediately.  Wanted���������A   fi''"'   fo*'    ���������***>t**jI work.  Write I. A.   Edson.   Ferguson hotel,  Ferguson, 13. C.   or  apply  to A.  .1.  McDonell, Hotel Revelstoke.  .1. Cosgrove and the Cosgrove  Orchestra have arrived in town and  shew here to night in the opera house  under the auspices of the Irish Social  ancl Benevolent Society.  A combined Lawn Tennis and  Cricket Club is being talked about  with the idea of renting the skating  linlc for a lawn tennis ground and a  practice pitch. It* is likely the rink  could he obtained very leasonably.  The Oddfellows ball last night in the  Selkirk hall was very enjoynbl e as is  usual with any social function undertaken by the brotherhood of the mystic  three links. The attendance was  smaller than it would have been but  for tonights attraction.  The Easter services ln the Roman  Catholic and Anglican churches wore  well attended. The Roman Catholic  church was exquisitely decorated with  a profusion of white lilies, and other  white flowers from the coast. At St.  J'eter's the floral decorations were  almost exclusively confined to the  altar.  The platinum carried in the ore on  the Hamilton claim on Kennedy Mt.  near Princeton,- is believed to be  associated wilh a magnetic iron, which  is distributed in varying quantities  through lhe ore. The gangue is a  dioritic feldspar with some quartz and  carries besides platinum 883 in gold  and copper.  The   congregation     of    St.   Peter's   church���������will���������be���������pleased-to-learn-that-  the Bishop of N'ew Westminster and  Kootenny has signified his intention of  spending two Sundays and the  intervening week in Revelstoke some  lime before Ascention Day. His lordship  will conduct a series of services in St.  Petei's during his stay here.  11.'/.. Brock, manager of the Northwestern Development Syndicate was  in Seattle last. week purchasing  machinery for a electric sixty horse  power plant to be installed on the  Crtiuborne group near Goldfields in tlie  Fish Itiver camp. It it intended to  put iir three eleatric drill* for the  put pose uf developing the property,  which has n magnificent (-.hewing of  flee milling quartz.  From nearly <_very luliov organization, trades council and reform  .'������������������soeiiition in the province word has  ciime lhat they intend lo be iepre.it.nL-  t-d ,-u the big labor rally which 'm  tixt-il for the 1 tth at Kamloops. AL  lliis gathering it i.s expected thnt a.  platform for provincial affair.**, will bi.  adopted and candidates selected for  every riding in Kootenay and Vale.  ���������Jf they 'can perfect a unite-] political  oi-ganimtiuii the labor and .social  rcforinei-s will be a power wliich will  hn ve to be recoiid  with.  Tlie rehersals of the Cantata Queen  Ksther are being carried fin  vigorously and the performance i.i  shaping to a successful issue, which  i.-anie quite [in the nature of asurprise.  Miss Fee is taking the title role. Mrs  Dent is Zerish, Prophetes-i, Air.  Wilke'sjMordccai's sister.MissShepard:  .Median Princess, Miss Dent; Persian  Princess, Miss Fick; Queen's Maids,  Miss Dunn and Miss Valentine; King  Ahasuerus, E. M. AHum; High Priest,  J, L. Johnston; Mordecai, If. Cook;  Ifa*i*a*i, T. E. L. Taylor; Haggai J. L.  Johnston; Scribe, C. J. Wilkes;  Hei-alds, C. Shaw. W. M. Lawrence,  \V. AV. Bews and J, Guy Barber.  " NAME ON  EVEBV   PIECr.*'  Chocolates  We have lately  imported <  the   choicest varieties of <  the above   in   bulk,   aiul  are selling at (  75c per ils.  Highest   Award  at the World's  l*"ai������-.  Red Cross  - i Drugstore  ���������ma ... <ltf  S������k���������  eorge  Beg to call your attention to the  fact   that J^S  they   have just  received  and opened  up a ^S  splendid shipment of Z^  New Dry Goods!  This shipment is imported direct from Scotland. We have saved the middleman's  profit and wish to give you the benelit of it.  Not only are the prices more reasonable, but  the goods arc better.  These New Spring Goods consist of  Dress Goods, Silks, Muslins, Satins,  Organdies, Pique, Veilings, Duck, etc.  We invite you to come in and inspect  them.  | The  "EMPRESS"  Shoe  g^; Don' forget thai  we carry   the  reliable  gp- Km press Shoe for Ladies.  We have   a   large  shipment of   In aid  Linoleum and Floor Cloths just in.  All kinds of Rubbers and Rubber Boots.  A complete line of Gent's Furnishings.  ���������*  $������������������������#  8.C.W. Leghorn eggs from prize  ���������stock, $1.00 per sitting. Apply to Mrs.  U. Tapping.  J. Soards, Gus Hedstrom and .I.Dan-  ford left, on Thursday last with a boat  load of supplies for the Blue Jay.  Thos. Taylor, M. P. P., came up  from the coast on Tuesday morning  nnd went, on home to Trout Lake City.  K. P. Pettipiece has '.leased the  Lardeau Eagle and came in un Tuesday  on his way to Vancouver where he  intends to reside in future.  Theie is to be an open meeting held  under the auspices of the Socialist  League on Friday evening next  upstairs in the Selkiik hall for the  discussion of Socialism.  C. Richards came in on Saturday  from the Blue Jay and registered at  thu "Victoria. He left on Monday for  his old home in Riviere dn Loup to  pay the first visit home in 20 year.*--.  Capt. D. O. Lewis of the Rifle Association has secured the full compliment and over of the association and  forwarded the list to the authorities.  He is looking over the ground'for a  new rifle range, as he is not satisfied  with the present location.  On account of the concert to night  the choir practice in St. Petei's is  deferred till tomorrow evening at  S o'clock. A full attendance is requested, as the services next. Sunday  require fully as much preparation as  those on Easter daj-.  L'ist week C. M. Field received news  of the death in action on March 2nd  at Doomlaagt of his cousin, Capt. P.  Field, of tbe Scottish Horse. Capt.  Field had been engaged in the fighting  line ever since the outbreak of hostilities in South Africa. He was at  Elanilslaagt and one of the Ladysmith garison. Subsequenily he took  part in operations in the Orange River  colony and Transvaal being three  times mentioned in despatcees. He  was home for a short leave last winter  ar.d returned in January to South  Africa, where he found a soldier's  grave.  The Cosgrove ball and concert  tonight is an entertainment that  deserves a literal patronage on its  marits. _as  well  af  on  account of Uie  r    TAYLOR & GEORGE  g^ MACKENZIE AVENUE.  ^" Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended  PiiUsUiUiiUUsUsUsiisUUiUsUttisiUUi^  Clearance Sale  FURNITURE GOODS must bo sold  at cost in order to make room for  another large car of Furniture, which  will be here shortly, call and see if  we can't, arrange to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE    CO'Y  S=   THE  NORTHERN  ASSURANCE   CO.   3  :f:i::e&:es ii  of;london, -england.)  CAPITAL AND FUNDS $38-365.o������>'.  REVENUE     S.7I4.00O.  DOMINION DEPOSIT *.       211,700,  .a.<3-:e:e������j"ts  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Revelstoke, B. G.  7iUiM^iUUMUiiiiUiMUiiiiUiiiiMUiZ  1  LOCAL  QUESTION  meritorious organization, tho Trish  Social and Benovelent society, under  whose auspices it will l>e given. The  first part consists of a concert given  by an orchestra, avery rnan.her of  which is ������ skilled artist and then  follows a dance programme of three  hours duration, the music lx*ing  furnished by thr wholw orchestra  being such a treat as lovers ofthe  dance in Revelstoku very larnly have  an opportunity to enjoy.  The  Easter  Services.  The Position of the Municipality   in  Its   Controversy  with  the Government on the School  Building Grant.  Tha  following letter has   been addressed to Premier Dunsmuir by  the  city clerk under instructions  from the  city council and is published  iu  order  to shew the exact position   of   affairs  with regard to the government grant  ' fiulldin-g^of���������the���������new-  he musical -.-iii-Uoii  on Ef-li'i' day   in   St.  was   iiiiusu.illy  (lueoralion**  were  nf ihe M**rvirpf.  I'eler'it 1 bun h  well reiuli-i imI, Tip*  I'oiitlneil in while  (lowers on the allar and (1 group of  wh'.te spiraea! o:������ the ch.iiifi-l ,t..p..  In th������ Roman Catholic cliiui-h llie  dpcor.it ion" wi*r������ very ai-tit-lie and  effective, lilies anrl olher white flowers  lieincr usprl in tasteful dpsigns  nnd lhe music specially pirpared for  t.hw festival wa> very well n-iuleivil by  lhu choir.  AGAINST  COLD  f_otH of things in stock to pre  vent colds and l.o cure. them.  Sonic t/> take before the illness  gets a firm grip, some to relieve  the suffering when in the toils;  and some t.o restore tlu. patient  to normal health.  OUR DRUGS  AND MEDICINES  Arejn excellent condition nnd  everything is fresh and reliable  No old and impotent thing in  this utoek. So high prices  either.  SENECA COUCH SYRUP  Our Specialty.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  Brown Block. Telephone ������.  towards    Oie  school:  Sik.���������1 have the honor, by direction  of tbe Kevelstoke City Council, to  address you on the subject of the  grant for the erection of new schocl  buildings at Revelstoke.  A letter was addressed lo the  Honorable the Minister of Education  iUh ultimo asking that the sum of  .**> 15,00(1 he granted this city for the  purpose mentioned, and a reply wns  i-pr-eived from tbe Minister that the  "I'nni.ing of such a sum was (pike out  i.f tbe rpipstion.  This council would a-sk you to me  your good oflices with th* MinUtur uf  kducation with .1 view to inducing  hiin to ���������������������������.consider his decision, or to,  at least, increase the SiS,-/'! granted j  last se������������ion to 1*03.000.  The council is informed, on very  credible authority, that the Ministry  assured the private members of the  Legislature thatin order to mitigate  the weight of the. burdon imposed on  llie munir-ipolieies-. by the transfer of  the national schools fn.m tbe province  to the.municipalitic--. the government  would give thc .ichools a good start by  providing efficient equipment anrl  good buildings, buildings that would  provide ample accommodation for the  pupil* for some time to come.  The school buildings turned over by  t.he government to this municipality  are absolutely useless for th<* purpose  for which they are designed, tliey  cannot lie adapted for this purposeaiid  they will havo In be discarded altogether.  Apart from their utter unsuitability  as school buildings the present scliool  premises ara in/tdequate or the  accommodation of the present attendance at thc public school, and l.,u city  has been under a monthly expense of  twenty dollars for the rent or an  additional building.  The school trustee* and the city  council have always been and are now  of the opinion that $15,000 is the  irreducible minimum necessary to  provide this school district with  suitable buildings for school purposes  so that it is evident thnt the city will  have to supplement the grant of the  government to some extent. This is  unfortunate as the additional burden  placed upon the taxpayers of thismnni-  cipalify liy thoir assumption of the re-  -ponsibility of maintaining the public  school 'a already severely taxing its fin-  incial resources.-The trustees estimate  that $1,800 over and above the govern-  mentgrantwillberequiredfor the running expenses. To meet this charge on  thetreasuryitwillbenecessnrytolevy.il  rate of at least four mills on the dollar  upon the taxable property within the  city. Theact gives power to raise but*  two for school purposes.  In conclusion 1 would assert, with  all deference and respect, that the  ���������request��������� of���������the���������municipal-eoiuieil-in-  this respect is fair and very reasonable.  I have the honor,  to be. Sir,  Your obedient servant,  C. E. Shaw, City Clerk.  G-ZEZCTIEIR^Ij   Ifc^IEIR/EI-A-IISrrS-  CALL AND  INSPECT  THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  LAMPS  of all  kinds  and  Crockery  just opened up.  A set of  CUPS AND SAUCERS.  from   the   Foley factory  ln  England, will suit you.  SKATES.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  dl  THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY  OF TiaZ-E   TJNITED ' STATES.  Outstanding Assurance Doc. 31, 1001..$ l,T70;276,72r> 00  New Assurance Issued in 1001  245,912*087 00  Income ......."  0.1,374,003 94  , Assets, Dec. 31, 1901  331,039,720 34 .  Assurance Fund and all other liabilities 259,910,678 28  Surplus.. ..;..���������-.......  71,129,042 00 .  Paid Policyholders in 1001  27,714,021 42  JAMES W. ALEXANDER,  JAMES H.HYDE,  President. ||  Vioe-President. #  H. ALLENBERQ, Spokane,  F.B. LEWIS, -  Manager, eu  Distriot Agent.  fALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  Standard Rules.  From Montreal Witness.  For some time past tho C. P. R. has  bnr*n carrying on school nt various  large centres throughout the Dominion. The company Inn* been desirous  of introducing the standard rules nil  over (he system���������thnip rules whiih  have been adopted upon alt the great  systemu in the United Stntea, which  make for uniformity, efllcieiuy and  thc elimination of the danger 1 f  accident���������rules which are highly  elaborate and which are not taken to  kindly, psrhaps, at Ilrst, but whicl fl  when adopted, make it possible for u.  man to leave onr; system and llnd his  way lo another "where he will ba  familiar with the operating of t! ���������  trains under a cod* which makes Tor  unification upon all the roads on this  continent., The rule* havo been tho  refcult of innny conferences of railway  men, had from time to time, crystal-  li'/.r>d at last in a scries of rules. The  C.P.R. first of all obtained a'numbir  nf men who understood the rules, and  the*,-, taught to others the comple'e  nyHiem, with the rcuult that a large  number of teachers were lendy to set  out on the road and instruct the conductors, engineers, despntchers,  brakesmen, and all who had to do with  the operating of the trains. This work  io nearly cornplete now, and by about  July tin*; company will bo in a position  to put thu rules in form all oyer lh,������  uyatein. At. present lhey are In use on  the Pacific division, with sntitfnctory  result.*..  TO LgT  ROOM TO I.pTln i,rlv(iui fimlly.    Apply a!  tl.lsofflce. M&r.������-ff.  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  very elaborate variety of Fall and.  Winter   Suitings and   you'll   find  j-workinen-who-arecompetent-to-make-up^any-of- thes���������  Suitings exactly to your liking. cWe do 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 tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order..  OI^ESS2sd:-A.l?r,-  The  Art Tailor, Ivlackenzie Ave.  I HAVE IT!.  The largest stock of the latest" WATCHES,  CLOCKS, RINGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables me to buy.  goods at the right prices, enabling me to  sei) to the public at peasqr}af}le prices.  if.  a-TJ~5r BABSBR.  WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. ���������  ���������/"  E. MOSCROP . . .  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water  And ������team Heading, Gas  Fittings.  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  SI BBALD& FIELD,  -A.GKEi:Eri?S   ^OB  Real Estaie ^  FINANCIAL,!  insurance  C P. R. TOWNSITE.  MARA TOWNSITE.  GERBAED TOWNSITE.  CAMBQRSE TQWNSfTE, '  COAL FOR SALE,  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Public.  ** KEVELSTOKE. B. C.  Canada Permanent tp. Western  Canada Mdrtgage Corporatlou.  Equitable ravings Loan knd Builcfliig Association.  Imperial Fire.      Caledonian Fire.  Atlas Flre.  Canadian Flre.   Mercantile Flre.    Northern Flre.  Guardian Fire.   Manchester Fire.   Great'* We*t Life.  Ooean. Accident and Guarantee.   Confederation Life  .Canadian Aceident Aisuragcf; Cp.  Connecticut Fife  BOUSES FOR SAL? ANp R^NT.  CONVEY ANC1NQ.  -]  ttmY i-s~:">?


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