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 on  And  Vol    V.  No    114  REVELSTOKE B. C.   MONDAY,   MARCH ,3  1902  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  :.:t  ;ii  l������ >  Come and See  t*4f**.af4rir*ir4i*4f4T4r&4t4r4r4r4(4Hf*4(+4  >  100 Pairs  Boots aod Shoes  Men's, Ladies' and Children's,  now selling at actual COST.  NO OLD STOCK.  These goods were all purchased  last season.  SHIRTS  SHIRTS  Save 40 per cent arid buy your  Shirts now.  We are offering a splendid line  of W. G. & R. ancl White  Shirts^atT-tlie^above l5ig~dii������*'  count. All goods are of the  Latest Style and Pattern.  HATS  HATS  Our bargains in  Hats are in  keeping with above discounts.  The stock includes:  FEDORAS  (RUSH arid  STIff MATS  NECK WEAR  We have a Beautiful Line in  Goods at away down figures.  BY BUYING AT  IHE PRESENT TINE  YOU WILL SAVE  BIG MONEY, AS  THE STOCK MUST  BE CLEARED BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  Scheme On Foot to Bring  Jeffries and Bob Fitzsimmons  Together in Vancouver���������A  Purse of $25,000 Offered.  Then* ia a scheme on foot lo bring  oif the big Jetl'ries-Fitvwimnions fight  in this city, und a definite oiler will be  made the managers of thr* two pugilists  either tomorrow or on Monthly. Tbo  details of thc scheme are  ns  follows:  Fitz and Jeffries are matched to light  foi a side bet and the largest pur*e  offered by any reputable club. The  largest purse yet oll'ered is $20,000 by  a club at Los Angeles, California, and  t.he idea liere is to see that offer and  raise it $0,000.  A syndicate of twenty-five men is  being formed, eaeh of whom will  subscribe one thousand dollars and all  join in signing a joint- guarantee to  provide a purse of $25,000 for the  winner of the event.  The contest, to come within the  laws, must be an exhibition of boxing  only and must be before a duly-'organized club. The subscribers propose to  organize a club under thc terms of the  Act covering such cases, and say they  will m other ways comply with the  law.  Thc organize!s of this project argue  that as the title toDeadman's Island is  in dispute between the Dominion and  Provincial governments, the city  police will have no jurisdiction over  tbe event if it were pulled oil theie. j  If the $25,000 is fully guaranteed and  assurances.are given by Jrlfries and  Fitzsimuions that tbey will accept the  offer, preparations will at once be  made for the construction of an arena.  ' It is~stated that "nine ��������� men' have  already attached their names lo tbe  document containing tbo guarantee  and agreement, and these were all  obtained in a few hours this morning.  ��������� Province.  10; G. Hodge, 7; D. J. McLaughlin, 15;  G. O. Buchanan. 10; Vf. Richardson,  11; M. L. Gri.im.ett, 7.  Second Round���������Wilson. 11; Fraser,  S; Brown. 14j Crawfoid, 4; Hall, 14;  Rae, 10; Richardson, 13; McLaughlin,  11.  Third Round���������Brown, 11; Wilson, 4;  Hull, 12; Richardson. 11.  Finals���������Hall, 12; Brown, 10.  Oliver Pri/.e��������� First round��������� McQueen  11: Richaidson, S; Rae. 13; McLaughlin 8; Buchanan, 12; Smith. S; Crawford, 13; Fraser, 10; Hall, bye; Turner.  10; Gray, 5; Grimmett, 13; Brown. S;  Wilson, 10; Hodge. 7.  Second Round���������McQueen, 10; Rae, 4;  Crawford, 10; Buchanan, S; Hall, 10;  Turner. 0; Wilson, 7; Grimmett, 0.  Third Round���������Crawford, 11; Mc  Queen, 8; Hall, default to Wilson.  Finals���������Crawford, 0; Wilson, 8.   ���������  Hudson's Bay Cup���������Revelstoke Rink  ���������Brown, skip; Pinkham, 3rd; Rie,  2nd; Brock, 1st.  First Round���������Revelstoke, 11; Nelson  0. . "    '  Second Round���������Revelstoke, 11; Rossland, 0: Sandon, 11; Kaslo, 0.  Finals���������Revelstoke, 9; Sandon S.  Tuckett Trophy���������Revelstoke Rink���������  Rae, skip; Pinkham, 3rd; Brock, 2nd;  Brown, 1st:  First Round���������Kelson, 0;   Sandon, 8.  Second Round-Rossland, S; Nelson,  5; Revelstoke, 12, Kaslo, 0.  Finals���������Rossland, 11;   Revelstoke 7.  MARY'S LITTLE FOOT.  Mary had a little foot,  Eighteen inches long���������not quite,  She bought a pair of Schnider Shoes  That fitted hei* just right.  Sho wore them up to school next day.  The girls cried how sweet.  While all tho boys fell dead in lovu,-  With Mary's pretty feefc.'   ��������� ' -     -   ���������'  ���������What makes them all love Mary so?  ' The teacher did reply; - .  She  bought her   shoes   at   Sebnidere  Store  And that's tho reasou why. ,  n  Chokus : Get a pair of Schnidei-'s  Shoes. They, are the only shoe  that fits, McKenzie Ave.  ASSOCIATED  Resolutions Adopted By British  Columbia Boards of Trade-  Want the Supreme Court  Sittings to be Held at Kaslo  Ka������i.<j, B. C, Feb. 28. -Tbe Associated Boards of Trade yesterday passed  resolutions asking that Supreme Com I  sittings be held at Kaslo and also asking that a resident pnatoffice inspector  bu appointed, with a view to having  the mail service under the control of  an official who would have some personal knowledge of the conditions of  tho Kootenay and Yale. Debate on  tho Shop Regulations Act for the closing of stores on legal holidays was laid,  over for six months.  A resolution was passed asking that  ftossland riding be at once cut in two,  giving Boundary district a representative of. its own in the present  Provincial House.  Another resolution was pas.ied requesting the Dominion Government to  adjust thc duties on lead products and  that a home market for Canadian lead  be encouraged.  President G. O. Buchanan, Mr. XV.  H. Aid ridge and Mr. James Cronin  were'^appointed to go  to Ottawa  to  place the resolution before the House.  ** *,  . .A resolution was also passed regard-  ing!tha"bounty"of $5 per ton on piglead  produced in Canada," asking that the  Dominion Governihent be' requested  to modify this bounty 'for the first  year, so that the' full amount, amounting to $100,000, be disbursed, provided  15,000 tons of pig* lead be-produced  during the first year; should- there be  les'*;than 15,000 tons produced..during  each' year', then tho rate allowed  during the first year to be$7 per ton,  instead of $5, as at present* provided;  furthermore, that the bounty for each  of tho succeeding years shall be at the  rate of-$5 per ton, hut such bounty  not to. exceed "$100,000 per year, as at  present.-  Mining in B. C.  "Miuing in British Columbia in 1001  was carried on under most tryin_  conditions, among which might be  mentioned serious labor troubles,  excessive freight and treatment  charges, especially on silver lead ores  and the remarkable fall in price of  both lead and copper.  "That the industry was able to survive under these conditions is but an  additional proof of the wonderful  oxtenL and richness of the mineral  deposits of that province."  The above remarks were made by  Mr. J. C. Drewry, of Rossland, li. C,  the managing director of Lhe Canadian  Gold Fields. Syndicate, Ltd. and a  director of the St. Eugene Consolidated Mining Co., Ltd., at the  Windsor hotel, last week, in response  to a query by a Montreal Herald  representative as to how mining  matters were progressing in British  Columbia.  Rifle Association.  A meeting for the purpose of oigau-  izing a civilian rifle association, was  held on Thursday evening, Mi'. D. O.  Lewis in the chair. It was decided to  leave the service roll for signature in  Mi: Sibbald's. office. The following  wero appointed a committee to complete the work of 'organization.  Messrs. ��������� D. 'O. Lewis. T. Bain; B.,  Lawson, F. B. Lewis and XV. W.  Foster. The meeting adjourned to  meet again on Wednesday, March Sth,  in the City Hall. AH members arc  requested to attend this 'meeting, at  which officers will ha elected.''-The  service roll is open' for signature in  Mr. Sibbald's oflice. until Wednesday",  March 5th: _. ,*     ''.,-'7y  '_-'"'  Custom's Revenue  Ottawa," Feb.' SS^The Customs  revenue, for tbe eight months ending  today was-$1,675, ISO greater tlmu- ror  the same time last year. The figures  are $20 075,210, as against $18,909,777  for the last fiscal year. For the month  of February thero was $4,000 of do-  crease, but it should be remembered  that in February last year the revenue  was $150,000 higher than during the  year previous.  The Revelstoke Curlers in the  Finals in Three Events-  Return Home With Hudson's  Bay Trophy and Other Prizes  Revelstoke's two rinks of curlers got  home from tho Kooienay Curling Association Bonspiel at Sandon last*  Saturday night and have every reason  to be pleased with their success. They  were in the finals in three events and  .successfully curried _off the.Hudson's  Bay Cup.  Tho' cup and prizes are on view at F.  G. Brown's tobacco and cigar store  and make a very pretty display. Tbe  Revelsloke club was honored by having II. A. Brown elected official  umpire of lhu bonspiel, and when G.  O. Buchanan had to leave on the  second dav, H. A. Brown was unanimously elected In fill his place on the  committee. Every curler attending  the bonspiel was delighted with lhc  princely hospitality showered on their  visitors by the Sandon club. Refreshment* were provided at the rink day  and night and thu president, .Mr.  Grimnielt, and the secretary, Mr,  Hull, along with all the incmbeis of  the club, were indefatigable in their  efforts to see lhat no one wanted for  any of the comforts. Their'1 ci owning  effort being a magnificent banquet,  followed by a smoking concert and  presentation of prizes in the Hotel  Iteco dining room.  Unfortunately the weather was not  good from n, curler's point of view,  being mild and the ice heavy, but all  events except^the Harris trophy and  the points game, were carried tlirough  Tbe following are the results of thu  games the Revelstoke rinks played in :  Sandon Club playing four rinkc, won  from the All Comers by four points.  Brown, Revelstoke, 15; Crawford.  Sandon, 7; Rae, lievelstoke, 12: Grimmett, Sandon. 12.  ' Grand Challenge���������First Round���������XV.  Wilson, 7: T. Grnyt 0; J. S. C. Fraser.  bye; A. Crawford. 0; H. H. Smith. S;  H. A. Brown, 13; J. A. Turner. 7; B.  E. Hull 11: XV. McQueen,  10; D. Rae,  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  WHITE GOODS SALE  MARCH   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 daily  crowds  -certainly-give^the-impressionahat^this-jWhile.w.car -movement in ,February., is^  appreciated.    Advantages of This Sale are these :���������  GREATER ASSORTMENT;      *     NEWEST STYLES.  ' WINTER PRICES.  lankets and Ooiiifcirts  At Prices Greatly Reduced  CUT PRICES IN-  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, a.s every* garment will be  slaughtered, or in other words be sold at about half the value.  MORE INTERESTING NEWS  FROM THE FUR SECTION  Broad choosing from these Dainty Fur Prices that Women and Girls love to  possess, Garments that carry comfort as well as elegance and style. These"  specials for this month at 40 per cent, reduction on our regular close������,prices.  Mail  Orders  REID & YOUNG  Promptly  Solicit ed  The   New  England States Are  Flooded ��������� Peace  Proclaimed  in South Africa On Coronation  Day.���������Other News.  Patekson,   N.   ,T���������  March   3.���������This  city,   lately   swept   by   flre,   is    now  overwhelmed by floods,' and the quarters occupied by  the poorer class** is  inundated.    Hundreds of families are  homeless by   the overflow  of Possaic  river and the country I'm* miles around  the city i-.t under water.     The late lira  did not create- such suffering aud desolation as the present flood.    Tho- high  water in  some instances  rouched  the  second storey of the dwellings.  A Rochester, N.Y., despatch say*  that not since the memorable flood of  1SG5, has ihe Genesee river been so  high nor tbe conditions Within the  city so favorable for 11 disastrous flood  as at the present lime.  The flood repoils are general  rv������m  every part of New England, although "  the conditions are not alarming-,   for '  the   rainstorm   has  passed   and   the  thermometer is a little lower.  TAIILOinS  Inspector Lapoeiet, of the, Montreal  police force, has resigned. It is under-  j.locd lhat before bis resignation is  accepted, certain charges will be  preferred against him.  The explosion of gas in   the public  acutyline   gas building   at   Carberry,.  Man., caused  the   destruction   of the-  plant and buildings.  Improvement, in the war news has  encourage!! tho hope that there will be  peace in South Africa on Coronation  Daj-. .:--;.  ,... *.-.*.-,. To"the'Public';--���������������������������" ":""���������  Mrs.   Peachy. wishes  to   announce,  that she has recovered from her inju't ,  rics   and   is   prepared   to take up ha  duties as nurse.   Friends may find ine  at Tapping's old theatre near station.  AROUND THE  _   RAILWAY YARD  Personal    Paragraphs   Pertain-  . ing to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His.  Daily Rounds.  W. Mi Gee   and   bridge   crew  wea  west on Saturday night to work near  Kamloops.  II. R. Jatnieson. of Fornhmii, will  succeed Supt. Bury, of the Crow's  Nest Pass Railway. There will be ne  clMngtTitrMK'Bury's "staff.    ~  Alex. McGregor, C.P.R. bridge foreman, ii in town for a fow days with  his family. He left this uiorning for  Palliser, where his crew is engaged.  The engineering staff of the C.P.R.  has been working lu the yard here  laying out -the ground for extensive  changes and locating the *ite for the  new depet.���������Cranbrook Herald.  Mr: George J. Bury has been  appointed assistant general superintendent of the Lake Superior dtvision  ofthe C.1MI. with headquarters at  North Bay, where he was flrst located  when he left the head office of tha  company in Montreal soreral years  ago. Mr. Bury is at presentlocatedat,  Cranbrook.  A Sad Death.  A sad death occurred  at  the -Hotel  lievelstoke on Sunday morning when  Mrs. John Hopkinson of  Seattle  died  of  cancer   of    the   stomach.      Mrs.  Hopkinson apparently has been along  sufferer, and with her .husband   came  in on No. 1 Sunday morning en   rout*  to England, where   lhey   were  going  to settle up an estate which   was  left  to Mrs. Hopkinson by  a relative.   On  thc train the deceased took a bad tura  and Dr. Cross was wired for  to  meet  her at tha train, she was taken off and  sent up to the Hotel where she expired  about half an hour  after.     The   body  was shipped to England this nie-mlng.  f.  ii  ���������;*.*! "  1 V>  { 1-1  ���������-}���������������������-1  ft!  :'*.  -i  * 3  ���������7\ c������t{t\(ir JfliU'Hnt,  .   Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  Cli-iriidfr Ti:!*3  .,!,*.���������������.  "Vi'bi'tbi-'i' or not v.-i* lnil*.*vi* lu f.hre-  iiul;\*',y.  |!li.v>:i'..':;:it:  -:1   l.lmli-.-d wc!  L'11'.-l.'!  tlil'IC  .'(���������  p<'ci'.!i.*iri  11 H    1  liulh'i  A Semi-Weekly Journal published ln tho  Interests ol tho railway mon. mining men ami  lm*iuess men ol tho West. Days of 1'iibliciuiou  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVKK1ISINO  BATES.  Display ads., $1.50 per Inch; single-eolumn,  ti iier fneh when inserted on title inxtie  1-cKiil ads., 10 cents per inch (noiipiiriel). line  lor lirsl insertion; 0 cents lor each uildilii'iii'l  in**ertion. Local notices 10 cents per line i*.u*Ii  issue. Birth, Marriage und Death -Soliee*,  tree.  srnscitUTios i'.att.s.  Bv mall or carrier   ?2 per annum  MX months, strictly in ailvance.  OUR JOU UKrAKTMKST.  Isone ol the hest equipped prlnlliii; ollice*. in  the West aud prepared to execute all kinds ot  /.riming   In  llrstelass style at honest price**  $1.23 for  One price to all.  l-raall-  tu.  .   No job" too large���������none inn  Ior us.    Mail orders promptly attended  Give us a trial on your next order.  TO COBKK.SI-OSDEST3.  Wc invite correspondence on any **������l>j>*'cl  nf Interest to the general public, ln nil eases  fl e bomi lido iinme of the writer must i.ci'i.m.  panv manuscript, but not necessarily Ior  publication.  Address nil communications to lhe Manager  fcalui'i1 Unit iii'i'7 <r������"'"' i-i'iri!  ... I' ct'i-iiilM trails of cluivat'tcl'," f:!i*i .*'.n  obxi'i'vaut uiiiu. "i"ro:n ::o one* fi'titim*  of tlio I'ikv can'th:* <*::**)Oxitton he mere  necurali'ly mid l!;:'.:i t'.'o'.-.x t!:;; lijis nud  efiwclRlly Un* uiiprr. lip. 'I'I'**' lower one  is less prophetic'  ' "A ������������������ portion with n . short, .sharply  curved up|ioi*...llp Is nearly iilwuys of n  ���������happy, lovable dlsjistiltlon. Une'wilh a;  short but straight u;ipi*i' lip is apt to be  of a low order uf Intellect and coarse in  his tastes. The person with a long,  straight upper lip is the one to'beware  of. He has a will like adamant, is not  always thoroughly trustworthy, is apt  to.be quarrelsome ami jealous and is  more often than not an unmitigated  politician. If he is -'.!'!:*d with n strong  intellect, he will maUe h'**-* r.ai'U In one  way or atiuther: i! In* I- ti"l. be* may  become a harmless p.*:-'.is. a parasite  or a scoundrel. The man wli.*:*e ii|.por  lip prolruil'-s is apt to he ii shrewd  bu.slncs.s uiiiu.  "The person whose niiiidh  In.:' a 'le*  cided droop at the corners in  morlst. n bypoc*bi)in!:'!ai* or "  possessor   of  a   mur.ih   i-r  Btyle of Cnpi'l'.* hov.- Is i:  for in  nine cases out  of  NOTICE TO COin.ESl'ONI.EN-TS.  1 ��������� \ll correspondence must be legibly  written on ono side ol tho paper only.  ���������'���������Correspondence containing pergonal  matter must be signed wilh the proper name  ol the writer.  li. E. GROGAN, Editor.  la* a Ini-  ,". pe.et. Tho  ivnl l:i llio  deed happy,  lea lie also  possesses a I'e'.'.'.ieil. a-.-'t'.ii'lie and yet  practical n.iUii'o. . iiKn-ptl-ilo to every  beautiful   and   I'linubllii:;   Inlhienco."  Monday,   Mauch '3,  V3Q2.  A Jnninlcnn Kxptrlc-nce.  Por some years after my mari'lapi 1  lived at Old Harbor, a small place  about 20 miles from Kingston. One  day when a visit to my Kingston dressmaker was a necessity I ordered a  young negro boy to got upon the rumble and drive mc to tbo town.  I paid my visit to the dressmaker,  and, receiving my frocu, a light summer thing, from her, I placed it in tbe  box beneath the buggy seat and drove  on to my sister's, where I went in to  escape tbe heated part ot the day. giving my boy sixpence and bidding him  see tbe sights and return at *1 o'clock.  He turned up punctually, with the  grin still on his face, and in due time  we reached Old Harbor onco more.  When I went to take out my crispy  muslin, 1 found, to my consternation, it  was a wet, sloppy mass. No rain bad  fallen, and even then���������  I turned to the boy: "Solomon, what  In tbe world does this mean? How"���������  Hut the look of utter helpless amazement on bis face stopped me.  "Lor', missus, lt am queer, but not so  queer as what done happen tn mc. Me  bought a quattig (1% d.) wort' of dat  pretty t'ing dey calls 'ice' to bring  !iome an show ma sister, an I put bim  in dar wid your dress to keep him safe,  an now him gone for true, an bow him  trot- r.t,r  T   rlnnnn  ivirl   vnn   Slttill   Oil  llllU  all de time!"���������Harper's Magazine.  Old Fmlilunctl Cancer Cure*.  Take tliu common sheep sorrel which  grows in yonr yard and which children  out because of its sourness, mash !l up  into a pulp in some vessel that will  save all the juice that would otherwise  be lost, then put it into a bau and  squeeze out all thR juice on lo a pewter plate to get somo of Uio acid from  the metal, then put this out lu Iho  sun aiul let it dry until about as lliieli  as tar, then put in light bottle. If llu  skin Is not broken, put a drop of chloride of potash or lye oil it lo break the  skin and then apply the sorrel ou the  cancer, just covering it wilh a thin  coat. If the sorrel gets tno I hick, a  little water will make it so Unit it can  be handled.  The pain will be severe, hilt it Is otherwise harmless. It will stop hm'ting  in a few hours. Keep up these applications, oue every drfy, until the cancer  can be lifted out without pain, it took  four days in my case. The sorrel will  cook the cancer, bnt it does nut eat il  us It does lhe flesh, hence it oa'.*. all  the flesh away and lets the cancer  loose. When you sec the cancer, put  the sorrel on it and uot ou the llesh.  When the cancer is out, heal tho sore  wilh any kind of healing ointment.���������J.  A. YVayland in Appeal to Reason.  f5,000 For Twenty Word*.  One day Andrew Carnegie at IMtts-  (.urg called up one of bis New York  -,    lawyers by lone distance telephone.  The steelmaker wanted ��������� to ask a  question, but could not make himself  understood clearly over tbe telephone,  so he asked the lawyer lo come to  Pittsburg.  Tbo lawyer said be bad an Important  nppointment in New York next day and  could not get away.  "Come over now, then," Mr. Carnegie  Baid.  "Can't get train," answered the lawyer.  "Hire  a   special,"   was   the   answer  which camo back from Pittsburg.  So   the   lawyer   engaged   a   spccinl  c train, went to Pittsburg and saw Mr.  Carnegie.  The steelmaker asked  the  lawyer's  advice as to whether tho question troubling him called for "yes" or "no."  Tbo lawyer answered, "No."  "Thank" you,"   said   Mr.   Carnegie.  "Good night."  ���������The lawyer bad said less than 20  words, for which lie received S-'.OOO.  -,-,-said���������Good-night,���������Mr���������Caruegie^ajid.-  took a special train back to New York  ln time to ke**p U's itmcii'i*;mciit next  day.  Bury Tliclr Lfpers AI!v_*.  The Cliinose have :i curiously cheerful way of dispos'ing ol" their lepers.  The relatives of .the alllicled person  propose to him that I boy bury hiin  alive, and. such is the fatalism of the  Chinese, that the victim readily consents. An extra elaborate meal ia  served to him In tho way of n.farcn-oll  banquet, and then the funeral proces-  5,1,-n furma. Th*_* man who Is about to  he immured under the <*'i.d follows his  own Collin, nntl whon he reaches tho  grave he lakes a dose of laudanum,  hops into tbe box aud settles down for  eternity.  Dr. Wittei'.brrg. writing on Uie subject of leprosy In China, suites thnt tho  pure nerve form Is the least common.  In such cases, as is well known, tho patients may go ou for years. Ai to the  mixed form, it Is fairly common, hut it  Is a ditlic-ult matter to estimate the  number of lepers in nny given district  J'hc sufferers lead the common life so  long as they remain five rrom destructive lesions, tt .ion these occur to any  marked degree, the leper Is either segregated in a hut or he Is allowci! to  wander about the country, sustaining  life by begging. Dr. Wittenberg records cases of direct contagion from  mother-in-law to daughtcr-in law.  ���������wg������3y*Tg~rs'r?M!gT���������������������*wrTH������ir*  -*~^r.^**������CT.-?r^*arg'pgn?*r>r.ri*rig-������-Sga  TTT-W-TTT. ,..- W.'  ia&i<  a  .'Tlie'foundation should'be laid by buying Real  Estate in tlu* now Town,of  w-..im Bmyararatg.Ti ���������*r**������r*^gs*  p. ,.,. ,v.mw*m-,,...,,���������..-t������v~  ^yy.^nJjTOCTXineg^rr-TnBlgmJtj'lullW; 1  [i*^M������'a������.j,* .  s^zz?2setJii&szxizi:zsBXBEai  Situate right at the Doors of all lhc Famous Fish Urecic Gold Mines  S  FTFTEEN minut-c  walk I'roni Mtiin St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to tlie monlh1 of the big  5,500  foot tunnel on  the Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group,  YOUR   OPFORTUMTY   is now  io   buy   at   the  bottom figures and you'will get   thc  advantage  of  thc  raise that is sure to come next year.  >������&  ������ .4ore Facts L������f St0S  take you to the Dig Gold smith Group, Scott Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties that, will udveitise the Fish Creek  Camp, in M. P*.  TllfRTY minutes   walk' will   take   you   to  the  .Funious Eva, Imperial and Oyster Groups..  INVESTEGATE  AKD YOU  WILL  BE  PREPARED TO TAKE TiJE CHANGE.  224 1-313 HOW SURVEYED* AK0 READY FOP.  MARKET iN  A FEW DAYS.  MM I ������*&  _f_3  LOCAL' AGEMT,  LSTOKE,. B. O.  KEW  3  zesEsauBtBcazs-s:  M-^J, J..'*'. . ������������������ WC  CANADSAN _  PACIFIC RAILWAY  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  20  EASTBOUND...  WESTBOUND . .  SOUTHBOUND*  ,   S:  i/*  ,   S:  io  TOURIST GAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL  Sundays, Wednesdays, Fridays.  Montreal and Boston���������   FRIDAYS  UOTIOB  WOTICE���������Tlnit>i.\ty ilnj'h nfter iluli* 1 lnloii'1  It to ti]'p!\ to tliu Chief ildinmi'-'-iuiiL'r uf  r.ntiils -nn! Work*- fur *|ieriiii*.:tini i*. .niivlii'.-i*  .120acri'S of Ir.ntl hlui.-iK-oi. tlie Xoriliunt-i Aim  of .Arrow l.uUu, in the tiiMilet of \Vl*m Ifoutinny 15.C, nntl liuMTllH'il ns follow-':  ('oinmunoing from S.W. comer of Lot nil,  thence .'CorUi nntvuiioiniriil -2x> ulinln**; tlienee  We*.! bxx ehnin*;; iln-nee fcoulh 111) clniins np-  proKiinntely; tlienee VJU'i eliniii-*, -NurLh-  K(i*,Lerly lo point of commencement.  Fr.El). UOllINSON.  leb. 5*-lf C. K.SicKNE, Age  r.  FIIKH  H'JS JrKIi/TS  AT.T. TltAINB.  Fli'.ST C.'I.Af-'S   AUCOSIMUUATION.  IIEATKD  HY  HOT AIR.  IIKASONABLB KATES.  Certificate of Improvements.  3STOTIOE  Toronto-  . SUN DAYS,  .and   WEDNESDAYS  Brown fit Guerin, Props.  "electric bells and light in kveby room.  1IOGIII.V  STREKT C1AII  JtBKTS  ALL TKAINS.  li.vit -\vi;ll supplied by the choicest  ���������WINliS.   I.IQUOHS  AXI)  CICIA11S   Passengers ticketed  to all points  at lowest rates.  DIRECT STEAMSHIP ^SEP.VSGE  From Vancouver to���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  /    AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA   o  The Old Time  Doctor,  "Tflien I w.is a jrountr follow," said  the man who notices thintrs, "tho family physician attended to all,the ills of  the family, nnd the specialists of the  profession wero wholly unknown.   The  country doctor wns n surgeon as well  ns a physician.   He was almost always  clever and usually had remedies of his  own Invention for common ailments.  A  large number of the suc^s-sful patent  medicines  now before  tlio  public nre  prepcrlptlons of the old time country  physiclHii.   I could name a dnzon such.  "Old Dr. Hill, who was the loader In  the town I grow up In, wns call'-d Into  the country by nn urgent message one  night     He  wasn't  advinoil   what   the  patient wns suffering  from and  upon  arrival found lt was nn ulcerated tooth  that wns subjecting  Its owner io  almost unbearable pain.    Not a surilo.il  Instrument did  the doctor  have  with  him,  nnd   his  office   was  seven   miles  i. wav.    Did  he send  back  for his  ln  Btruments?    Not much!    He extracted  that tooth with  an  ordinary  hummer  nnd nail to the complete sati.-if.-'ction of  bis patient and !ilm������i'lf.    I'll waj-oi ho  made a mighty qoud Job ot it too."  Klnic Hnmbept'i Pine Tre<*������.  Kim; Humbert ir>ok great pride in his  pine grove and one dr.y. arriving unexpectedly, found a forester prepariug- lo  cut down a tree.  "What a--e you about?" xsk'-ci tlie  kin.?.  "This pine Is growing too tall, your  Tnajestyr���������    :     =    - - - -   - = ���������  "Would you like it If I ordered yn.:r  feet to be cut off because you are tailor  than your fellows'?"  The hint was enomrh and the tree left  unmolested.���������London Telegraph.         ull  information nnd  purlieultin* npply  ������������������--toNearcs. C.I'.K. Agent.  re^-F  T. VV. Bradshaw,      E, J. Coyle.  Acent  fCiivrtatofce.  Assist. Ren.  Piifcpenger Agent  Vancouver.  A n������i������i������ell Anecilote.  Lord Russell once presided nt a dinner Riven for Sir Henry irvin? on his  return from America.- While the dinner was In progress Lord Russell su:.-  jrested to Comyns Cnrr that he propose Sir Henry'j health. "I can't make  speeches, you know." he snid.  Sir Henry -,-e'Uly r.'..l!������-������rl. "1 heard  you make a tine speech before the Pur  noil commission."  To wh'K'h the pt.tt'-'onr !i'I*-'in:in 'in-  sworod. "Oh. ye**-, tml i!i>;) I lirt.l .sumo*  thins to talk nlicui'."  m  ^r  #  w  Cigar   Factory  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prof. g|  Brands: ^)  00R   SPECIAL   and^THE   UNION  ALL   HOODS  IlnrW.  Now a largo, dark vessel wai de-  .oried In the Bosporus, lielchin*.- lire  ind w.iking the echoes of those histor  !e shores with tho thunder of her guns  "What, bark Is that?" asked the sul  tnn..  "That, \ take It, Is tho barb of tlu  -lotTS of war," said the grnndvizier wit  Tliis sally wns fallowed by a ^strict  t..iitv laugh, th" opposition gronnlng  s-ss#S"������si  . Butte. Silver Bow antl Blnck Dinmond  Minornl Claims, s tttntc in ilicLiirduati Mining  Division o������ West ..ootenny Diatricl.  Wliere Loentcd:   Neur the  Uend of Lexington Creek, u iriljuUiry of Vibh Creek.  TiVi\12 NOTICE that T, A. P. Cummliib, ns  Acont for the Double JCnj;le ^finin^ nn������l Do-.  vuloi>inent Coinpanv, T imi ted. of JrurjjiiPoii,  B.C, l-rce Miner's Certilicate No. :tl,8rtl,  inlenel, hixtydny.s from the date Iieroof, to  npplv to tiio iiiniiiH" recorder for aCerljilcate  of Jniprovemcnts, for tin* purpof-e of obtaining  a Crown Grant of thc above claim.  . And i urthcrTake Notice lliat action, undo  Section ".7, must be fiommeneed beiore the  is-banee of sueh Certilicate of Improvements  Duted this Lwemv-tliircidnvof Jamiaiy, A.l).  L9'J^.. *     * ~  A.P. CUMMIX3, P.L.S.  Feb. o���������U  UOTIGB.  TA1CE NOTICK Hint si*Uj- dnys aftnr Onto I  intend to upply to tlio CliieiComniissionor  of l.niKl.i nml Vtorks for poriiiiflbiou to pur  olinho n purcal of land describeil ns follows:  Commencing nl n post lunrkc.l Alice Perry'**!  No. 1 Tost; theni-e west '20 olinlns,; thence  North'lOehniiis; tbenocEnst SOuIiniiis; theuoe  South 10 clmins to point of commencement  ThiK fraction of lnnd comniences North of K  F. 1'crrt'a pre-emption lollowinp McKcnzie's  .------        contninliiK about 80 acres,  North-West l.iuc.  more or lesa.  Golciliolds, Xov. 27,1901.  AWCt  PERRY.  Dec -1-1 in  JfTOTIOB  NOTICE is hereby given that SO rlays mtcr  date I Intend to applv to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permivslon  to cut and carry nwny timber from thc fallowing described land!.'���������Commencing nt a pu**t  at tho south-east corner of Roger F. Perry's  pre-emption, marked "Southeast cornir of  limber limit applied for by F. .1. Ooldsniilli";  thence west 40 ehnins; thenee nortli 1R0 chains;  thencc.oast 40 chains _to Fish Croek; thence,  "following the meanaerings of"Fish Creek "1C0"  chains to point, of commencement; containing  0*10 ncres."niore or less.  F. J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomson's Landing, October 16th, 1901.  UOTIOE.  n**-?poz^_^*~f7*,?r^S''^,,^7s*?^*f^^i?7*:r'."wi ^?r&w^������^B*-j^Srt**;".'PE<n.  '.-���������*'. vi.0^ ty-n Li-a Si^Vlt-.' Ki*s> k;-27 iit> u~J k -ju ^.-ii ������-&.*Si���������*!Si'__.j2 it_._i 'iil/lE^SKykjJSi __���������  k'A  o%*<  ������l;*5  t"il  T'-fi  *yi  i  i>ii  Wholesale  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MliiTON..-   SAUSAGE..  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON. .  I. U ,-������������������ _ t. ���������J . ^*.l,-J.SffKWCT  g  e 5������a  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  Wo have purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous'mines  and pros*  eta, .-ind ilesii'o tu hear from prospectors tiiul others having propertj  pne  i'or sale  Our facilities for untieing quick sales are unrivalled.  Sond us reports; also samples of or.e for exhibition at our Office.  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.  P, O. Box TO  K*rr**,v>.TPraw,������iv-;u*  Nelson, B.C ���������  uA-ummiiMrimjiiiiim  II. O. PARSON, President.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managing Director  TAK.E NOTICE Hint CO days nfter dale I  intend to apjjly tn the Chief commissioner of  Lands and Works for permiheion to purchase  the following described Inn-Is:  CommcnclnR atn post marked "E .McAdnms'^  o. 1 Post," sltur.to close to the old lino ol  IIIII it Ilrnntford's pro-fiinption, Fiili Creek,  thence north -10 chains, thence west 20 chains,  thence* south 10 chains, thence oust 20 chains  to r,olnt of c'imtnoneeiiH'iit.  GoldlU'ids, .Ian. 18th. 190'J.  E. .-rc-ADAJr.  TINIE TASLS  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  R.jnninc    b*:fr,-.*;i   / rro*..,i,.**i-l.  Lcndinc nr.'l ''omapl.t. < *.:������'!������'!���������''r  Hli. l'."i!, '������������������i'-l Is'1 u;> I'"'''****, '������������������<������������������>'-!  :tnjc:  t.-,.-. ,)K Arr'*.i!i<!c'I  i.-i'l ������������������  .ni' Ar.-'*  ,i;i:H,ll.c  ;r Tl:-i:.  l.n,j  :.i,-.{X--titl't-  r Or*f/l,"r  ���������r ������,.*rmlt-  i tii'Iuif.'  She Coiilrtn't Slai*������l It.  "No," snid the beautiful nctrcss; "1  cannot be your wife. I love yon donrly,  Mr. Frost, nnd' ir yon Iind nny other  name I would he plnd to go through  life sbarliiR your Joys and sorrows."  "But," he protested, "my name  should not stand in the way. Whnt Is  It Shakespeare snys? :'A rose by nny  ether name would smell ns sweet.'  What Is the mntter witli my iinme?  Does history record a single dark or  unworthy deed committed by n Frost?  No. Ah, darlinj?, say you will make  ' me the happiest man on enrth!"  "No, no! I ennnot! I cannot"' she  aioaned. "Why, If I were to marry you  jvery newspaper paragrnphor in the  country would hnve something to say  next morning about 'the Frost .Miss  Darlington rece'vp-1 ������t ^C3tt.r<i������.v's performance."'.  The Prince Mining and Development Co., Limited Liability.  NOTICI*: I.S riKKKRYOTVKNtliat  t.lie -umu.i] gcnor.il meeting of (lie  HlinrclioUlor-! of the above. nnni"d  Coinpanv will he hold in thc Corn  putiv's (li'ficc. First Streot, Rc.velsl.okc.  II. ().. or. Wedricaday, tlio Twelfth day  of M.ii'ch, A.O., ifKr2. at Hie hour or  two o'clock in the nfternoon, for the  ]iiirpiis(. of ' electing officer*- for* lhe  ensuing year ami for nil oLherpiii po*,"*-  i'elatiii(?"tf������ the MiiniiKfineiit of t lif  Company.  The Transfer Uook of tlio  Company  will be closed during the four teen days  iiiitiifdiatcly procediiiK Mich   me������*tin(<-  Dated at Kevelstoke,   U. C, tliisStth  rlay of I'ebruary, A.I).. 1902,  3. M. Scott.  Secretary.  NOTICE.  TAKK XOTICK thitl CO dnvi after date I  1 intend to applv t" llie Chiel Corainlkslouor  ������f Laii'l*- nnd worli*! for permission to cut and  carry iiwnv limber from tho followlii(; ilcs-  eriln il 11mis':J  I'oinmoni'inK at a post marked I'orrcr F.  rvrrVnfoutliensit corner post .'���������iiiirilc aboul ano  feci .'roin .^cott Cioek, thence ������c<l 10 clial us;  t)������������ii"(! nortli IROcIibIiih; I hence cast *I0 clniins;  ilicnci'soutli W',0 clniins, to the plnee of coin-  au'nceTncnl: coiitiilniiiirfiio acre*1.  KOCICK   F. 1'F.HKY.  Gul'iaulilx. B. C. Oct 17ih, l'JOl,       Nov. l,-tl.  ^e Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Cov  Limited Liability. - ,  Carry a full and coraploto lino ol '  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Gins,  Ports, 8he'rics, Clarets, Champagne, Liquera  imported and Domestic Cigars.   ,_���������'inily���������" 'L'2r.i'.'. i.-'.-.i',*  '\l.-7,iu**' .***"* cpiiofctio:,*, v..ti, ,'i: x . I: ','..  it,-   ,.*r*i .'nil TrAitii.  Ti,"ui,* '��������� -c-c."/'! li." -I'ili-- '''"'��������� ���������" ���������- :.ti:v-  .', ***i,iin*.'-*. '.���������.xi'itxlTXHllt'.--  tr.o Fred P.ohinson Lumber Co.,^ tirr.iteil  Agents  Wanted !1!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To n'pr(".f*nl llie old reliable  London k J,:nii'n*<hiie Life,  The Cliililicn's Knilnwnient,  and ten payment bond polic ies.  etc.  Must p.irent.- are willing to  fjive (heir boys ,i stall in life  bv tnkiniT an etulou ment made  payable iit, ii(je :i", paying the  |.i t-ti ii ii m mil il the boy ix able  lo em ry it. himself.  cKo. i). scott.  Mnri.i|_.Pi' for B.C.���������Soi fhwest.���������Yukon  Vancouver, B. C  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL II.,        IMPERIAL FfiACTIOH  AHD SUnPRISE ;.T!!IF.nAL CLAiKS.  C'i'Ari: in' hir. iii.vi-.i.kiO,, i: mim.w  *->   li:'/i''.ii-.x oi H'ctt Kooluiiny DiKlrlcl.  '-���������'i.'n* I.ocat'd: Oa Kevitoac Mountain,  V.'.; il'vi'l ir Diik-iiI'j ('ri."*k.  i'aKI'. MftTIOi: Hint I, floe. K. Mrfinrli-r  ncilr.* m iij'ciu for .1. I). Orahniii, I-re* Mlm-rV  Ctrilll'al" So. I). ?,7_!l am) f'.r W. II. Vlclrir*,  I'd"' MIii������t'- ('i-rtinr-ito ><>. iVnSi. Inlcnil 111  >Invi irom Hi' ilntc hcrd.i to npi-ly I" tin-  Mlnl.'ri; I; i*.nl. r fnr CcrtllU-nle- <>l Iinprmc-  rni'Rtt ii,r  t>.���������������   pi*.r|e*ii*  "(   oMnlnlns   Cro������ti  i,run 1*1 nf n 'i*.'.*" clnlmR.  A>:i> rii'Iiii ll taKB NOTICI; Hint ������i:'l.*n  nnilt r Hci-iinii VI, r.xttii l>c romracn'*c'l b-fi,rc  llu* l-nuniiii* *>i .ml, Ccrtlilrnlc ol linprmc-  mciit't.  Datfil t-ili ln'liibiynf rcii-nnry. A.I).1!**i'.-\  Feb 12-tf Oco..8. MeCarter.  Write for our interest inn books ������������������ Invent",  )ar'5 Help" nml " How you arc swindled.,r  ISencl in :i rotiKli sketch or model of yourln*  )velition orini|)rovenicnt .'ind wciyill tell you,  ) free our opini.-ui ns lo -u-hellier U is probably;  ) iiiilcntnlilc. Rejected nppllcutlnns have often  >been successfully piohccutcil by us. We  )coti(Iuct fnllv cipiitipcil oiricc*. in Montreal  I nml WuMiliiKtmi ; thisqunlirics uslo prompt-  Sly iliipntcli work and quick!*.*.*, cure Patents  SaUmi i! us Uie invention. Ilii;llc*-t references  SlKniiOH-i'..  . i'jl<.i'.t* picrntcil thro'.'.Rli Marion 8c Ma*  Jrion rcc*i%ef.p<*clnl r.utlce villimit clurKC in  jovir iixi n-wsj apcrs rii-tribntcd throughout?  r*t bur.inc*>s of   Mamifac-  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  - Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, ete.  to any port of the city  tlie I> TN*'i'i**n  Spccl.iitv .--Pat  MARION & MARION  ;    Pd'.cnt Expert-, orid Solicitors.    .  S_... f    Ni-w York Uie B'Id'ir, nontrcaK  JOJ:Ii.er,.    *    AU-mtilBUK.Washington DjC^C  NOTICE.  Engineers. Kiii'iiu-n. Miuhin'ats and  Electricians send for In pape pamphlet  i-onlHininK f|iiestii)iis asked by F.X  aniiniiiK Br'ard of ICni;ini*eis lo obtnin  Ent?iiieeis license. Aildiess Geo. A.  Zeller. i'nbli^her. 18 S. 4tb St.." St.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.  e������s������<s<i*K*5:'-x^  1   Him. F^oLEAH  &   CO  ��������������� Agents fur lhc  1 Mason &Risch Pianos  g OFPICF. AT  $ J. r/.c-Leotl's Residence  S        SECOND  STREET,   EAST.  I REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  '  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at R. M. Smythe's Tobacco,  tore, or byTclephoue No." will receive prompt  tti.*ntIon. - -  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Seasen....  All orders promptly filled.  Co���������e.MS?������e". EBYB&S������0KBIB.5. w  '.'i    'Vi  Ths Northwestern. Development Syndicate  Capital: ?1,OCO,000  '111,000,000 S*j������t:  i.  Par vulno ?1.00 each.  All Treasury Stock       No Promoter's and no Preferred Stock.  Large Veins Free-Milling Gold Ore  First Allotment.    200.000 Shares now off-jred for 50c. a share.  ANDREW F. ROSENBERER,  Secretary, I'.O, llox.700, Nebcin, n.C.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Oillclal Brokers, lievelstoke, B.C.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY  CIRCLE CITY  is the Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  is beautifully situated at the base of the  and Surprise Creeks.  surveyed  Lardeau Pass,  Galena  CiRCLE CITY  is   absolutely  Development.  surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  Which  utilized next Season bv Concentrating Plants.  P.  refer Y������u  T  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.';  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND S00GE3   ?  PKEHTING   A  SPECIALTY-  Herald -Jofs Office  FRONT STREET.  m  m  W  %si  ������1  iS-D  ���������55 -*1  &���������')  i&'i  ,*__*,3  ACES and  RAIDS  A lar^e range of Point f.ace,  Duchess unil BuLtenljiirK  liraids, Slumped Domcus,  Stamped l-iucus, Knibroiucry  Needles, Hook*,, itc.  llcrlin nnd Zephyr Wool", all  shades, Slipper Hole*?, Valen-  sclcuees I.nce, Insertion.  Cnll at the  MADISON  PARLORS.  _J._| Misses Shcppard & Bell  id  ������m tor bale.  ���������!  'SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE-GENERAL AGENT,  G.B. BATHO,  ���������Ferguson, B, Q.  ������.  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  foi- Cash. ��������� .  '-t****.J.*i..l..M********l**l:******  PZLLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & ���������Aimm  Mining Engineers  and Assaycrs,  VANCOUVKII, li.C.      I'Mablished 1800  ASSAY YJ0S1K OF ALL DESCMPTSONS   -*     gjUKBERTAKEN.SS  Tosh made up i<> ���������l.OMilli".  A (.peuinltv innile or checking Smelter  Pulps.  Samples Irom tlie riilcrlnr hy nin.il or  cqtre-.s promptly attended to.  Correspondence *>olU'llcil.|  B. C,  ViGjtfltrv-  **************************  ": ^VANCOUVER,  r?i-_,.   ������������������.*!���������-,  ,**  Successor to 1). Jenkins,  Manufacturers of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOE'  Repairing of Boots, Shoos  antl Harness, a SpGcialty.  Kext Boor to Guy Barber';  Eccentric Tentntors.  Joseph Dalky takes tlio opportunity  afforded hy hiH Mill of Insulting h!s  son-in-law in terms which doubtless  lind a pungency imct*, bnt which nre  hardly comprehensible to the modern  render: "1 give to my daughter, Ann  "���������*|ii*i>cci\ ii guinon I'm' Q r'**;? or any  ���������v. her liiii'.hli* ."lie mny h'r.e t* ttsr; ? slve  lo llio lout. Iier hushiii '*- on" ***>r" y t')  buy lilni a lark whistle, mm tins legacy  I give him as a mark of my npproeia-  tlor. of liis prowess and nice honor in  drawing his sword i .i mo (at my own  table), naked iind unarmed ns I wns.  and he well fortified with custnrd."  A gi-cwsomc legacy is thnt of Philip  Thlcknesso: "I leave my right hand, t*>  be cut off after my death, to my son,  and I desire it may be sent to him In  hopes that such a sight mny remind  him of his duty to God after having so  long abandoned the duty ho owed to a  Catber who once affectionately loved  him."  Another father seems apparently to  have begun his will with the determination of punishing an unruly bod, but,  ns the fairy stories say, nil ends hap-  olly. We refer to the will of Rlchtrd  ������������������Jrnwsbay, the founder of the famous  Welsh Ironworks. It runs thus: "To  ���������uy only son, wiio never would follow  my advice and has treated m* rudely  In very many Instances, Instead of  ���������unking him my executor and residuary  ugulco (ns till this day he was) I give  ilm ������100,000."  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords,  BEST WIHES.nLiiiUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rale.  J. Albert Stone ~':   Prop.  mi*  A*!-������?&  k"  ARWEL  ���������Alii  Is the recognized" organ for all the latest mining news of North  Kootenay. Particular attention .is paid" lif securing early and reliable  intelligence from the newly discovered Fiee Milling Golii Camps on tFisli  Kiver and fronVthe placer and quartz mines of Lhe Bip: Bend and 'distiiet.  in the immediate activity of ���������Kevelstoke. such ,-is "llleciUowael, Albei-1  Canyon,* Jordan Pass "and Isaac Creek. Next season will witness a big  revival of certainty -throughout;:NorUi Kootenay, unci mining men and  others desirous of gaining the Ciulicst and most authentic news from" the  -district���������wilLsfintl���������tlie-cohmml .of. tlio. HliRALD__their _lies_t, source of  information. ���������'       "        "   * *     -. - <���������     ������    ���������_. .  ^    Railway News is also a Specialty of Ihe TlEItAUD and ^articles of  special iuterest to Hail way men will al=o" bo found iu Us columns. .       *  _  LEGAL  JM..SCOTT   B A., I.L.II.  llnrrister.      Solicitor.   ^s'olarv  I-'irtt Street. Kevelstoke.  Money to loan.  Public,   Ete.  J-J.'.nVKY, M'CAP.TC^ ic riXKHAM  Bn-rrlflern, Solicitor*<, Etc.  Solicitors, for liiii,������riiil Hunk of Cnnndft.  i.onipnny funds to lonn md pen-em.  t-nxsrr kthef.t, i'.eveistoke 11. C.  CHURCHES  - Methodist ciitiRCir, myelstoke.  Prciieliing hcriiee*. nt ll'tt. in. fine! 7:30 p. m  CIa**s incciui*. fit llio clotu of the mornfn"  bervieo. Sfilibutli School nml lilblu Cliu-, lit S:\M  Weekly Prayer Meeting*;everv -Weilne-dnv  eveniiiR m 7:W. The public 'nre vor<ilallv  Invited.   fc'entb free.      ,    -'* -      ���������."  '    ��������� Itev. C. I.adner, l'nstor.  ���������r.iVh  fjT. PCTEI*. S CIIW.OH,  ANGLICAN-.  a.m., Holy Kneliiiribt; 11 a.m.,  -Irnny inul bcrimm (Holy L'.ieliiirijt__'tSr*it Sun'  THE irERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  and the class of readers, wliich it reaches; unparalleUid'in the district. It  appears twice to any other paper's once a week aud is found'tn the homes  of the wage-earning classes, thc hackhone' of bhchusiness of Ute district..  Businessmen want theiranndunc'eincnts to reach the home people who  have the money to take advantage of their oilers and tho homes and  families which render it necessary'for them to spend it. No other class of  circulation is of any use to them. These are the kind of, people who makeup a hig proportion of 9111* Suhsci-ibei's',':. people ��������� u-ith homes'. * families,  employment and interests right "at home, the people Bevelstoke inorch-v  ants want to get at. -A space in our,adyortising columns, judiciously unci  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every home in  Revelstoke, and in the Railway ai.d Jliniug points, tributary to P.evelstoke business. ' ;   ���������-*,  mm  ehjldre.-i's service; 7:30 fcrensong (chonil) and  serji-.on.   Holy Il.iys���������The llolv  Xuchnrist i-,  celebni ted nt 7 cm. 01S n.in , ua nnnouneed.  Hifly jjnptisiii niter Sundny School ni:):l.*i.  -  '   ' c. a. PitoiEMER, Hector.  '    -JT. PKEsUVTCHIAN  CHDIICII.  Service every Sunday nl 11 u.in. find 7:3(1 n.m.  tov.hieli all are welcouic. I'rnver incotini; nt  a p. mvevery Wednesday.  I'ev.'W. C. Calueii, Pastor.  ESTATE.  ' The clioice\ land north of track,  beuveeu Tapping's nnd Long'S,*\vilI  be subdivided for s-nle as soou ns  pon-ible. - t  Prt. SPROAT,    V5GTOR5A,   B. C.  T.O. V.or., 125. * '  express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will bo promptly  alLcnclcd lo.  *=���������������������������������__ I-T .   Cook."  Roil Rose Dcsrce meets Mnml nnd fonrtl  Tuesdais of each inontli; White Kose  Decree  meets third Tuc'lny nf eneli quarter, in Oddfellows Hull.   Viiitinir bretliren welcome  G.E. UKOGAX. HY. JCDWA I11JS,    ''  l'res,Ulent. Hon. Secretary.  S3  a. ST  wr@  ivelstolce Rink (o��������� Lt  and evening from  Skatinp: everv Mftornoon  3 ton nnd irom" S to 11).  The I'nblie nre invited to visit the Kink; no  charge being made for Spectators.  A charge of 2.r>c. will bo made for s-knting. "In  the nftcriioon Indies or children 1,'ic,  "Season Tickets mny be purchased nt the rink.  Lfuilcs $3 SO, Gentlemen 56. Children?;!.  Good for-.katin*; iiflonioon and evetiiiiB, except sprrlal events **':**.h as Curiiivnls, llockev  Matched, etc,  ���������   Hockey'Practices.  SKXIORS���������lloiidny*?,   Fridays  and  Snturdavs  ���������   -���������"���������������������������- ���������iroin-iu-to-11.���������-Wcdiic-iilays, -iro'm-  7t0S.,  JL'KIOUS���������Tue-id'ijs from in to 11, nnd  Wednesdays from 7 to ������.  LADIES���������Tuesilnys from 2 to 3.  Curling every alternoon nnd evening.  ���������l*"i**i*l-*'*'l***!?*M"4������X.4**.i.***I.*.l.-l*.l.*t*  ROMAN catiiolk; cituncir.  Mn������s   nt 10:30 a. m..'on  first,  second and  fourth Sunda-,-3 in the month.  ncv. I'ATitna TiiiYrp..  saia-atio:.' ap.jiv.  Meeting every night in their Hnll on Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No.  1653.  tiiiRs n  Oddfellow's Hull on  the Third F.-l-  <l������y of e������cli month, nt S p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  A.J   KNSON. \V. M  W. G. BIKNKY, Rcc.-Scc.  Is the completest in tho district for :ippliur?cs. material and  Craftsmen. Our ,work "speaks, for itself. So other office in Korth  Kootenay can touch it, because we not, only have; the tools to do good  work with, but we know how to use them. Call and see our Samples and  you will perhaps be surprised to see the artistic and finished class of work  which we can turn out.    Prices graded down to suit the times.  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,$2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CME?,1IST  AND ASSAYER.  Roynl School of Mine.-*, London,    i-cven yenrs  Rt "Morfa   Work**,  Swan.-ea.     17   years  Oliief  Chemist   to Wiunii Coal nnd Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late Chcnji*-t and Assnier, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.*  Ferguson. B.C.  Regrets that he is uniible  through illress to bo pres-  " ent at his Studio and attend to business a.s usual,  lie hopes, however, to be  able to re-open the Studio  shortly and will announce  the date in this space.  Wright Pdrrit  lievelstoke, B. O,  Extreme A(Teolntlo������.  A young man whose battered suit  -ase was red aud pink and yellow with  die labels of European hotels boarda-1  1 street ear and said to the conductor:  "I go six blocks.   How uiuchl"  "Oh, only a nlckelt" the conductor  ���������uiswerud. But the young man handed ovor 13 ceutH, saying, "Buy Joaceelf  1 Klaus 0f km,,. ;UKi ;l cigal. on nle,"  Tbo conductor j.avi. thanks for the  lip and added, "Just back from Europe, hey?" And to his Interrogation  tlie young man nodded assent.  Out ou the back platform afterward  the conductor described the episodo to  x couple of passengers. "He asked mv  what.the fare was for six blocks," he  said, "aud then he gave'me a tip. It  was a case of fake absentiaindedness.  tie* ha.s just returned from* Europe,  whore you pay by tho distance on Uie  street cars and where you tip the conductors, and he protended to forget he  wasn't In Europe still.  "He thought I'd question him about  his strange conduct, and I would have,  too, if thc trick wasn't an old one to  me. ITcro and In New York, especially  ���������ii New York, you are constantly run--  ning up against peoplo who forget nnd .  ���������vot'l. European customs on you. They  Jo it-so you'll know thox i"\ve been  abroad."-  A full and complete  line of  GROOER1SS  H   EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  PEEK HEADS, 11IRDS. Etc. MOBXTED,  Furs Cleaned nnd Re-Hired  JUST EAST OF  l'RESlnlTEKrAX  CHUItCH  Tlilrd Street.  Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  ancl Railwav Street.  ���������>*f**T-*t-*I'*I**T'*i*'I*'f**������*'f*I'*I**r*T''I'*T'*I**I**I*'T*-W  PLENTY OF MILK    . ���������  FOR: EVERYONE,/      ���������'������������������-  Why poison your systems  using Condensed Milk, done  up in old rusty tin cans?  when you can buy pure  shim������ h?m mui  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  An Old Time Ennlleli Electlo*.  ,The only contest which occurred at  Gatton   within   historic   memory  was  curious enough.   Sir Mark Wood, who  had been one of .Its members for several .years, had as his colleague In the  parliament of 1SV2  Sir  William' Con- '  grove, the inventor of the famous "Con- .  grove rocket.','    Tho latter"resl_jned ln*  IS10, and the baronet wished hia own  '  son to fill tho vacancy. , .  There were only three voters In the  constituency. Sir Mark, his son and bis'  butler, named Jennings, but as the ion  was awny and tha butler had quarreled  with his master nn opportunity was afforded for a singular revenge. Jennings refused to second Sir Mark's  nomination of his son and' proposed"���������  himself, and a deadlock was avertod  only by Sir Mark coming to terms with  fhe refractory butler, whose nomination ho seconded In order.to induce him  to net ns seconder to his son. ���������  Matters being thus put formally ln  train,   Sir   Mark   arranged   with -Jen-"  nlt-gs that the former's vote should be  nlonc given, .ind the final state of tbe '  poll   at  Gallon's only  known  contest'*  stood, thus: Wood (Tory,).-1; -lennlngs  (Whig), 0.  '-IIotv Tie Knetv It.*   *  Wo had outspanned tho wagons on ,  llio veldt between Prieska and Ken-  hard.' Tho donkeys had been driven to  the veldt, and wo, my friend and myself, were talking In the "taal" to a  Dutchman named Gert Maans about  the wonders of the universe.  Wo mentioned that the world wtta  round.   Maans said that he knew It  This answer was unusual for a Bofir,  so. we asked him how he knew.   Ho re  plied:       ��������� ~ "     "      -���������  , "1 started to ride to Poortfe one dark*  niglit through  the. veldt, and   I  rode  hard all the night, and next morning 1*  fotind  myself  at-'the  place  I "started  ���������from, so 1 know the world Is round because I rode round It"  A Warehouse lull  Quality   ....  of first-cln_3  TO   LET  Cottapc,  lor:  Avenue.     For ������������������������������  Forbes, Thc Molsone Bant,  II  er  Fourth   Street  particulars  apply  and Orton  to I). F.  Dec 23-tf  Wheat, Oats,  Short,       Bran,  "ay, Coa'.  Prices away down for Spot Cash.  Ji C. HUTCHISON.  NOTICE Of ASSIGNMENT  -NOTICF. It IIEUKI1V GIVEN that Hcilrv J.  Iioi:nic, of Ilcvcl.stoL-e, British Columbia, "unci  I'ranl; II. Uoiirnc, of Naluisii.l'.ritlsh Colmiilila,  carrying on litisinesi at Kevelstoke; Knktisji  ami New Denver as deiicrul Merchant., under  the lirm name ol Ilourne I'.rothcrs, have liy  deed dated the 10th .day of January, lOtti,  assigned all their and ( uch of their real and  personal property which may he seized and  hold tinderexccution, for th'e general honellt  of creditors lo Frederick IliiscomUe. of Ilaro  street, Vancotner, Merchant, and Arthur  William Johnston, of Wafer Street, Vancouver,  Merchant.  A meeting of the creditors is hereby called  for Monday, thc20t'n day ,of January, 1902, at  the hour of I p. 111. at the office of Messrs'. S.  Grcen������liields Son it Co., Water Street, Vancouver. - ���������   ���������������������������  All creditors arc required to file with Arthur  William Johnston, one ol the Assignees, full  particulars of their claims ami the nature ol  their securities, if any, held hv them, and  notice is hereby given that alter the first da-/  of April lhc Assignees will proceed to distribute the assets anions Hie creditors, of whose  debts or claims they shall have received  notice, and that they will not be responsible  for the assets or any part thereof sodistribuled  to any creditor of whose debt or claim they  shall uot.thcn have received notice.  Dated Ihisllth day of January, A.D.,1902.  DAVIS, MARSHALL & JIACSEII.L,  Solicitors lor thc Assignees.  Artlflclnl Eye..  Artificial eyes aro supplied to all tbo  <voi'ld from Thurlngla. Germany. Nearly all tho grown Inhabitants of some ot  the villages are engaged In their manufacture. I-V-iir men usually sit at n table, each with a gas jet ln front of him.  and the eyes are blown from gas plates  and molded Into shape by band. The  colors are then traced In with small  needles, no set rule being observed In  the coloring, and as every man uses his  own fancy no two artificial eyes therefore are csactly alike.  ,������������������-���������!  i'V  J 1.  i**  1 *.������  -..  v ��������� _���������< <  Extent nf Florlut Industry.  The .florist business in tbe United  Stains Is by no means an unimportant  Industry. It Is estimated that the retail value of flowers sold annually la  (12.r-00.000 and or potted plants 510,-  0OO.U00. There aro no less than 10.000  establishments In the United States devoted to tbe growing of plants under  (.lasn.  Dust of the sea Is one of the mysteries which perplex sailors. No matter  how carefully the decks of sailing ships  may be washed down In the morning  an enormous quantity of dust cau tM  vwept up at trtfht.  Fixed It.  Mamma���������Now, Freddy, mind what I  say. I don't want you to go over Into  thc next garden to play with that  Binks boy. He's very rude.  Freddy (beard a- few minutes afterward , calling over the wall)���������1 say,  Binks, ma says I'm.not to go in your  garden because you're rude, but you  come Into my garden���������I_ ain^t,rude.  *  In China- criminals'aiid political prisoners are beheaded. Some of the executioners are so expert that they'can  arrange and behead a man' in IS free-  oada,          -    - f  MISTAKES  M iy In- made in wearing  Chest Protectors  li.it y.'iu-greatest mistake will  be uiH.U* in not wearing one.  Th*.*y are a great preventative  of cold and nobody should be  without one when lhey can  net ihem so cheap nt the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.'Y.  All Sizes and Prices.  See them in onr window.  NOTES OF NEWS  "NAME ON  EVERY  PIECE."  Chocolates  ������vJ*J  ������.*���������*-  iit'*���������  ���������fas���������  CP*-���������  ���������R.^**-*  -<?  ���������<i������  ���������������*W  CSP**-  such���������  tr*���������  &  ���������Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  Dyphthoria is now prevalent in  Elko. IJ. O.  O. W. McCi'Ossmi of Ferguson, is  registered at the Kevelstoke.  ���������Cushion tops nt a great reduction.  Madison Parlors.  Jan. Taylor, deputy sheriff, left for a  short trip to Endei'by on Sunday's  train.  Mrs. and Miss Miicnslocker, Nelson,  are vifiting Mrs. Cnyley at the City  hotel.  ���������Every time you leave your order at  Wilson's for a pair of pants you are  giving some one in town a day's work,  ' The four year old daughter of A. F.  Geddes of Elko, B.C..died last Monday  of dephtheria. ''  ���������Don't send your orders east when  Wilson can give you better satisfaction for your money.  : British Columbia lias 15 towns and  cities'with a population exceeding one  thousand people.���������Miner's Gazette.  ���������Special sale of stamped linens.  Madison Parlors.  At the cabinet meeting held at  Ottawa on Saturday, Gordon Hunter,  K. C, of Victoria, was appointed Chief  Justice of British Columbia.  ��������� ���������Every time you leavs your order  at Wilson's for a suit you ure giving  some one ir. town work.  Tuere will be an important meeting  3f the Council of the Board of Trade  on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.  .Every membei is requested to be  present.  ��������� ���������Centre pieces, beautiful designs,  ���������at half price.    Madison Parlors,  , On Saturday afternoon, at Vancouver, a little child four years old  was burned to death through its  clothing catching fire dining the  temporary absence of its mother.  ���������Fresh eggs at A.N. Smith's.  The Rev. A. E. Green of Vancouver,  will deliver a lecture in the interests of  the Independent "Order of Good  Templars in tha Methodist church on  Tuesday evening next at 8 p. in. The  Rev. Mr. Calder will take the chair.  All are invited to attend.  ���������Just a few choice blouse lengths  arrived.    Madison Parlors.  The news of the death of Mrs. J.  Robinson au Sunday morning was  Fecei Veil" liy" tlfe~c i t izensTw i th"n������x t r erne"  regret. Mrs. Robiuson was stricken  with an attack of measles some ton  days ago which developed into  pnaumonia and heart disease, from  the effects of which she could not  rally. Tlie deceased leaves n husband  aud five of a family to mourn her loss.  , to whom the sympathy of the community is extended.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. S.   Smith's.  ������' If   there   is   any   chance   to   boom  business, boom il. Don't'bea knocker.  Don't pull a long face and  get a. sour  in your stomach.   Get a smile on you.  Hold up your bead.   Get a hold  with  both  Hands.    Then  pull.    Bury   your  hatchet. Drop your tomahawk.    Hide  your little hammer.   When a stranger  drops in, jolly him.   T-.-I1   him   this   is  thc greatest  town   on  earth.     It   i.-*.  Don't get inuliih.     Don't  roast.    .lust  jolly. No man ever helped  himself  by  ���������knocking other people down,   No man  over got rich trying   to   make   people  believe lhat   he   wa.s   tbe   only   good  man on earth.   You   can't   climb   the  ladder of fame by stepping   on   other  people's corns.    They are their  corn?.  Not yours.    And they're tender. Keep  otf the corns.  We have lately imported fij?  the choicest varieties of ���������������������  thc above in bulk, and Vro  are selling at >���������*,  Z5c. per IU. I  DO YOU WANT���������.-*a^  LUftilBERft?EN-3  RUBBERS.  Wc are selling them off at a liberal Discount.  DO YOU WANT  ANYTHING IN THE  CLOTHING LINE ?  You will find Our Store the Best Place to Buy. _<p  Our Prices are reasonable and our goods cannot ^g  be excelled. ~^&  im������M..II|i.������l 111 n ������ UIMM -  *-^g  O-IEILTEIR.A.Ili  XtfLXHTliXELJLl&TS-  e>-  Highcst  Award  at the World's Fair.  Red Cross  -Drugstore  Union-Made Overalls  Boots and Shoes.  ���������S****-  DRESS GOODS  In large and selected variety. Ladies come and  inspect our stock before buying elsewhere.  We have a large new shipment of tlie favorite  and reliable "EMPRESS SHOE" for Women  just coming in; they cannot be beaten for Style,  Comfort and Wearing Qualities.  ��������� n___g___B_ann-om  Don't Foi-ffet that We Always Carry a Complete Stock  of House Furnishings.  CALL AND  INSPECT  THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT'OF  I NOVELTY PHOTOS  -���������������������  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  1 will remain in  ��������� Revelstoke until  MARCH 10th.  HOWARD   KING,  l IIOTOGSAI'lIER.  STUDIO:      TAYL0I1 I1LOCK.  ������������������- z^  !������: THE  NORTHERN  ASSURANCE   CO.   -^  ������*- OF LONDON, ENGLAND.; _=.  ������*- ISt  <������8fc-   "___*2  <*-*"- 7^&  &������l CAPITAL AND FUNDS $38,3<55.oco. -&  (jH������j REVENUE -     5,714.000.  DOMINION DEPOSIT   '211,700.  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  G-EIETIEIR^Ij   MBBOHAITTS.  g^I -A-C-KEHSTTS  ������g   SIBBALD & FIELD,     -  III  III  @>  ant  FAIL AND WINTER SUITINGS I  y^xxWs^^Lr,  What Stork Did  Tho Liberals of Fernie seem to lie  Anti-Martin.' They hail a meeting and  endorsed Mr. Stork, who was their  representative and the resolutions  seemed to liMiis ease. The report was  as follows:  . A meeting of the Fernie Liberal  Association was held in Princess TIall,  Tuesday evening Feb. 10. Tliere was  it, very good attendance ol' representative Liberals and ten new members  were proposed and accepted. President Stork addressed the meeting and  gave a very interest in;; account of tbe  doings of the I.il.i-ial convention  recently   held   at   Vancouver   and in  concluding moved the following  resolution, which was seconded hy   H.  Purdy:  ���������'Be it resolved that we the  Liberals  of Fernie do strongly  protest against  the trickery and the unjust manner in  which the Liberals of  East Kootenay  were defrauded of their representation  in the Vancouver convention .and be it  further resolved that ample evidence  has   been   secured   te*   show  that tbe  convention  was  packed  and  did  not  ���������, ���������.,���������.-^...���������..-  r ���������    I *..,     t-1        1        .        tr  t> - * 1     (.-owl recoil to trtlieveil-ftt any person residing  represent the Liberal party  of  British I Spun or Jrequeuuns.  his  premises  is  111  o-  ' 1 suffering Irom R rush of any description, shall  Columbia, therefore the Fernie Liberal   "���������>*,'o!ice"notiIv  tbe  Mcdieiil  Health  Olliuer,  Association does not consider that the  action of the so-called convention is in  Provincial Board of Health  Regulations for Dealing With the Outbreak of Smallpox at the Town  of Fernie, East Kootonay. '-'  Approved By Hia Honour the Lieutenant-  Governor in Council, tho 17th Day  of January, 1902.  HEALTH  ACT.  0V .'.('COUNT of the outbreak of  small-pox  in the Town of   Ferine   it is Hereby  proclaimed:���������  1.���������That the town is in a state of quarantine  until further notice.  ������������������ ���������That no person shall be allowed to leave  the town under any circumstances whatsoever  rt ���������That all meeting.*) ln churches, lo.leesind  schools and ou er public gatheringsare hereby  prohibited.  4���������That no person shall u������der any ciroum-  ������tance������ hold anv conversation whatsoever  with anv person quarantined, and no person  umliT quarantine shall attemnt to break same  or communicate with any outsider.  . ���������\nv hotel-keeper, loduing-housc keeper  or iioufe'holdersuspecting,knowiiiK. or having  e'-, ing the nHiheand occupation of. and other  particular-* necessary to properly identity such  "oV���������Any person having, a r������*h^_on his hotlv  Corporation" of tlie -  ^ City of Revelstoke  BYLAW. No 59.  any way binding on the Liberal  party  of the province."  In Stock...  A Warehouse full  ol  fir.it-ela.x9  Quality   Wheat, Oats,  Short,       Eran,  Hay, Coa*.  Price*) awny down for Fpot Cicli.  J. C. HUTCHISON.  ^TfaTrrjotifj-nnrM^dicarKeatth���������OinCer-on-.i-iC-  lirit appearance of the same  7���������iTnder authority of the "Health Act," it  is hereby declared that all and every person  not bavinc a certificate of recent successful  v ccmationda'cd within one year, and further  not being able to give proof of sapu to the  "atlilaction of the Medical Health (Ulcer,  shall be at once vaccinated.  S��������� Iter a period of seven (") days from this  date anv person relukinsc to present to any  Miblic oiflcer ivlio may demand It, prool 01  rwciiiulon, shall be liable to the preseribeil  pmialtle-i under the "Health Act."  I'enaltlcH under the-'Healih Act":���������  a ny person>ho violnlci any or.llia provisions  of this Proclamation is liable to a fine of .100  and to (C) six montli.i' Imprisonment.  Uaied at Vlctorln this IC1I1 day ol January  \   I) . 1002. c  CHARI.E    J. FAGAN,  Secretary ol the 1'rovincial Hoard of Health.  By Command,  J. 1). PRKNTI.-E.  Actlni. Provincial Secretary.  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 these  Suitings exactly to your liking. We 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 tlie sole consideration, but when style and lit  and wear are duly considered; we can and do compete  with all ready-made goods, and all other tailors..  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  P/#SSS������G������������������������ie^^  CARD OF THANKS.  .Mrs. AbinhaniHon and Mrs. Elliott  on behalf of the ladic* committee of  Trout Lake hospital, desire to thank  the people of Kevelstoke for the  liberality, couitesy and hospitality  shown them while in Revelstoke  Especially do they   wish to   mention  , Mils Woodward, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs.  Howson and Mrs. Lawson. Tha  amotit donated   by   Kevelstoke   was  -f'ilB.OO  Quinine Wine  and iron Tonic  Produces that rested feeling.  Imparts a'.ronf(th quickly and  remedies weakened conditions  ol thc system.  An excellent medicine for any  season of the year, but particularly now.  50c. a Bottle.  I LIVE, AND LEI UVEI! I  \i  P!ca-se don't try and run us ������  out of town hy sending your Sj  orders eji.it. W*> must have ft  your work in order to live. ������  XVe depend on you for our fe  work! Eastern nouses do 0  not,! Do not allow yourself <b  to he roped in hy their peddlers. XVe also gii-n-antee  to give yon better satisfaction for your money.  ���������St. S.  -wiLSoasr.,  Next the McCarty Block.  A** BYLAW to authorize the'Corporation  ���������"��������� of the City of Revelstoke to sell and  dispose of Lot 7, in Block 23, Plan 636A,  Revelstoke, to Thomas A. Welton, the  same not -being* required for Corporate  purposes, and to accept from said Welton  as payment therefor, Lots 8 and 9, Block  23, Plan 636A. Revelstoke.  WHEREAS the Canadian Pacific Railway Company on the 271I1 day ot September 1899, delivered to lhc Corporation of  the City of Revelstoke a free conveyance  of Lot 7, in Block 23, Plan 636A, in the  City of Revelstoke, as .1 site for a Fire  Hall on condition that Thomas A Welton,  the owner of adjoining* property, should  convey to said City a lot of land for a. like  purpose free of charge to the City, and in  furtherance of such arrangement it was  agreed by ancl between the said Corporation and the said Welton lhat if the said  Welton would convey to the said Corporation Lots 8 and 9, in said Block" 23, as a  site for. a _Ifire Hall, free, of charge to the  "said- Corporation, lhe-"said ���������Corporat ion"  would convey to the said Welton, in  exchange therefor, thesaid Lot-7, in Block  23, the same being no longer required for  Corporate purposes.  AND WHEREAS the said Welton has  conveyed 10 the said Corporation the said  Lots 8 and 9, in said Block 23, in exchange  for the said Lot 7, in said Block 23, and  the "said Lot 7, in Block 23, is no longer  required for corporate purposes.  NOW, -THEREFORE, thc Municipal  Council of the Corporation ofthe City of  Revelstoke enact as follows:  1.���������It .shall he lawful for the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke to sell and  dispose ot Lot 7, in Block 23, Plan 636A,  in the City of Revelstoke to Thomas A.  Welton, the same being not required for  Corporate purposes and lo accept as  payment for such real property Lots 8  and 9,  in   said Block 23.  Read a first time February 28th, 1902.  Read a second time February 28th, 1902  Read a third time February 28th, 1902,  with the unanimous consent ofthe Council.  Received the assent of lhe electors  March 1902.  Reconsidered and finally passed a;:.',  adopted hy the Council March 1902.  FURNITUKE GOODS must he sold  ut eost  in  order to make room  for  nnothci* liU'Recai* of Furniture, which  will he here'shortly,  call and see if   ���������  - we can't arrange to supply you.' Now  .  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  X HZA.VE IT I.  The largest stock of tho latest WATCHES,  CftOCKS, RINGS, SILVER WAKE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables me to buy  goods   at the   right  prices,  enabling me to  sell to Che public at reasonable prices.  WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  JLCr-EUStrVS   FOB  _.__������.        . * Of-   c. V. R. TOWNSITE.  E}AttI      EeT9TA     Af-   MAKA TOWN-SITE.  KBal     bOidlCl    TfimV-   GERHARD TOWNSITE.  *"***"     "T -���������     ���������       esf-   CAMBORNE TOWNSITE,  Canada Permanent <fc Western  Canada Mortgage Corporation.  Equitable Vavinga Loan and Bulldlug Ainoclatlon.  /'Imperial Fire.      Caledonian Flre.  Atlas Fire.  I Canadian Kire.   Mercantile Fire.    Northern Fire.  -' Guardian Flre.   Manchester Fire.   Great West Life.  I Ocean. Accident and Guarantoe.   Confederation Life  Ad   "       ���������  FINANCIAL-)  COAL FOR SALE,  CITY CLERK.   MAYOR.  OUR HIG STOCK OF  Drugs, Medicines  and Sundries,  Includes every lilng rcquircl In  tlie sick room or home.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  D.-ugRist and Stationer.  Brown Illovlc. Telephone -IS.  3*������3(3__3������������__������XiXS^ NOTICK that the above is a true   *     copy  of   the   proposed    Bylaw   upon  which the vole'cf the Municipality will   he  (.Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  J. D. SIBBALD. Notary Public. CHAS. M, FIELD.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  '���������������A������)!  '"^((IfflKlffl1  The Carnes Creek Consolidated  Gold Mines,  Limited.  NOTICE is iiKitrci-vcuvbntiiatthi*.  Annual General Meeting of- Shurtt-  holders of the ahove named Company  will he held at the Company's office, ������.t  Kevelstoke, British Columbia on the  lltii day of March, 1902, at two o'clock  in the afternoon, for the purpose of  electing officers for the ensuing year  ;ind for all other general purposes  minting to the Management ol the  Company.  Thc Transfer Hook of the Company  will he closed during the fourteen days  immediately preceding this Meoting  I. T. UKKWST13II,  Seeretmy.  Revelstoke, B.C., Feh. 21th, 11)02.  laken at���������'the   f-'ire   llall.   Second    Street  Revelstoke,   hist ween   llie hours  of eight  o'clock in   the  forenoon   arid   four o'clock  in the  afternoon on   the fourteenth day of  March, A. D., 1902.  C. K. SHAW,  Clerk of the Municipal Council.  Tenders Wanted.  TENDERS for the erection of a  two-storey hrick huilding at the corner of McKenzie avenue and First  street will be received hy the undersigned up to March 20th at noon.  The lowest, or nny tendeVv, not  necessarily accepted. '"-,...      '   '  Plans and specifications may be seen  at the office of ���������*  C. B'. HUME & CO  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 with you, of course, which you want to say, but we  would strongly advise you to carry some insurance. Your card  will bring you full information as to cost.  LEWIS   BROS.  REAL ESTATE A>"D FINANCIAL AGENTS.       NOTAHIX8 PUBLIC.  4U .-..a-*----

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