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 \y  /I  H*.  /V*  Journal  Vol    V.  No   118  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESAY,   MARCH 19, 1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  QUR  SPECIALTY  We arc thc 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 tb "give our customers better prices than  ever before.. *  FISH  BARGAINS  This week we are  offering  some good bargains in fish:  MACHONOCHIE--  '"��������� Kippered Herring^in tins  ���������". ���������rPjain, Shrimp & Tomato  ^   "sauce. .  BJ-OATERS  -, 'In Tins...  . 2oc. each."  Canned Smoked Salmon ) iZt  '"��������� '.V    HalibutV I Jt  ������'       Fresh ,       "  Mackerel in Kits.  ���������I  per tin  Labrador Herring���������half Bar'ls  Salmon Bellies���������i oo lb. Kegs.  We   are  receiving weekly  shipments of Smoked Kip-  - pered -Herring,   Bloaters,  Halibut arid; Salmon. .  Stock Fish Always in Stock  HONEY 1  HONEY"  '" We  have' received a large  _.  t;h!prn-������nt.of*-;the-Chilliwack  Honey, tfie^genuine article.  TEAS!!  COFFEES!!  _. -       . -      '->  Our  Sale's  in  these   lines  have- been very encourag-  ~    ing.\   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 HUB  ��������� BLUE BIBBON  UPTON'S  -���������Pure Mocha and Java  and ". Our, Own Blend"  are the favorites.  GOOD SEBVICE  The Best Goods at  LOWEST PBICES  the  Means satisfaction to Our  Customers and an. ever increasing business for us.  Personal Paragraphs' Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on- His  Daily Rounds.  W. Apps, muster cur huilder in the  C. P. H. shops ut Montreal, hns resigned.  ���������T. Archihuld of the (J. P. 11. shops ut  Winnipeg has been appointed lending  hand at Medicine Hat.  Tht) Medicine Hut lodges of thc 13. of  L. F. und B. of R. T. are giving their  thiid annual hull on April 2nd,  The three times a week Impel ial  Limited west hound will he known as  No. 09 and the eas'tbouud as No. 100.  Railway machinists iu Chicago ure  preparing to inaugurate a nine hour  workday on the rouds centering in  that city.  A daily passenger service over the  Kettle Valley lines was inaugurated  lust week. The road will he open to  Republic hy April 5lh,  When , the. changes occur' in the  railway machine s,hops at Trail, W. E.  Woodhouse nnd family nnd severnl  employes in the shops, will remove to  either Nelson or Eholt.  Thc death of erfgineer Atkinson of  the C. P.R. is reported from Winnigeg.  He died of typhoid fever on the Olh  inst. and was buried by the B. of L. F.  in Brookside cemetery on the Oth.  The annual meeting of the Canadian  rail and lake lines begin at Montreal  today. XV. B. Lurrigan, assistant  general freight agent, represents " the  C. P. R. and Geo. H. Shaw, traffic  manager, for the Canadian  Northern  c  The C. P. R. have .made aviange-  ments to _ do -the .work ' on the  snow-sheds by contract in future, only  keeping two .bridge gangs for repair  work.' The Herald understands that  the contract has been awarded to an  Eastern firm.  -The    trackman- .on .the .Canadian  Northern h'ave so far failed "to" gec~the  management to pay any attention  to  their  grievances.     Negotiations 'are  proceeding.between President Wilson  in Montreal and tbe Protective Board  in Winnipeg.  .<i *  President Roosevelt has offered   the  posit'on of commissioner fgeueral (I  immigration to Frank P. Sargent.  chief of the B. of L. F., (o suceoed T.  V. Powderly, v. ho is retired because  he cannot work in harmony with the  higher officials of the treasury department.  Mark .Tones, an eiurine lurnnr. had  his head severed from his body by the  big door of the Grand Trunk running  shed at. Montrenl on Saturday morning. He is supposed to have heen  looking out of the cab window when  appronching the'door.  Tlie joint protective hoard of trackmen on the Intercolonial together with  President J. T. Wilson and -Vice Pres.  Lowe of the B. R. T. of A," have met  Manager Russell and framed a  set   of  rules satisfactory_tO-botlusides. JThfc,  wage question has been   submitted*- to  the Minister of Railways;  A device for generating electricity  for lighting'railwny cars has been perfected and patented by D. Curl Henrv  of Denver. -Colorado. The device  gpnerales electricity on the axles of  the enrs and is automatic, releasing  itself when sufficient power has been  stored in the batteries. The construction also provides for a release of the  accumulative power when the car  moves backward.  J. G. Sullivan, chief Engineer of  Construction for the C. P. R., in  British Columbia, is going from Trail  to Winnippg, and in a few months  Mrs, Sullivan and children will follow.  A������ a consequence. the staff in Mr-  Sullivan's office, including .). N.  Murphy, his chief clerk, E. J. Boswi-11.  eng'neer, and C, XV. ICorl right,  draughtsman, will also remove to the  Winnipeg office.  Railway men will he interested in  the statistics just published as* to the  fatalities in the United Kingdom and  the United States. On the British  railways 808 persons were killed nnd  13,181 were injured during "the nine  months ending September last. Since  the automatic coupler went into effect  on the American railways, nearly nine  yearn ago, coupling accidents have  been reduced 05 per cent, of fatalities,  and 75 par cent, of injuries.  of the shop**., yai.l. station, restaurant  aud the lintel Revelstoke.  The greatest legal battle uf modern  limes us far as tiatle unions are  'concerned is in progress in Great  'Sritqin. ���������- Taking as a basis the recent  'decii-ion of the House of Loids, to the  e'il'e?t lhat labor organizations aie  financially ri'.-ponsible for the acts of  ottkeiB and members, the Tuff Vale  B'.iihvny has begun suit uguinst the  Amalgamated Society of Railway  Servants to lecover damages amounting to $122.1%), snid to hnve been  inflicted on lhu lompiny as a result of  the Tnff Vale Unil way strike last year.  ' That tliere aie two sides to -.-very  question is shown, bv the shoals of  petitions arriving nt Ottawa from railway engineers, firemen, trainmen,  conductors and switchmen, protesting  against the empowerment of muuicip-  nlities, to compel railways to revert to  open pit cul vei ts ns cattle guards. The  petitioners stale that this, culvert  impairs the safety of the truck, and is  dangerous to both the employes and  the i ravelling public. The petitioners  say lhat hundreds of men have been  killed simp'ty through the existence of  thesu culverts.  One of the most sweeping orders  ever issued hy ihe Rio Grande railway-  company bus just been made. By ils  terms nil the employes of the railroad  while engaged in running trains mu*>t.  on the 15th of tliis month, discard  stem setting watches, no matter how  valuable the timepiece may be.  Watches must pass muster by nn  official inspector .mil must he purchased by all employes in the  operating . department. The order  affects conductor**, engineers, firemen,  brakemen, or any employe whose duty  might call him lo flag a train. Tlie  officials of the company 'take lhe  position that stem setting watches are  not reliable" lime keepers. The works  in the new wuuh must be 17 jeweled  and will be supplied by the official  ins| e-toi*. Many of the employes of  lhe road .ne protesting against the  order, for the lesson that it'will put'  I htm to a'heavy, expense to discard  their old watches and purchase new  ones.���������Denver Post.  _��������� Option Given on the Triune;  "'The Lardeau Eagle corroborates the  report that was going round town last;,  .week'" that. C. W* MoOrossan ���������-had*  secured'an"6ptibn,-on' the'Tri'mlfe. from  the Ferrgusons." ll says thejpurchaser  intends to put the Triune in with the  Metropolitan, thus giving lhat company control of a shipping mine. The.'  Triune is a fine property, probably tha  richest "grass root", producer in  Kootonay and the ore from it will  f irm a constant source of supply to  Mi*. _ McCrossan's other property in  Ferguson, the new Vulcan smelter.  Prospects are Bright for a Boom  Summer in the New Town.���������  Already Indications Point to a  ; Large Influx of Prospectors.  F. 3. Goldsmith, of GoldfieliR ha**  been in town for the past few days, in  the intero.-.l.-rof the now townsite, of  Goldfields on Fish river, of wliich he is  a part owner. Mr. Goldsmith reports  tlio wagon bridge across Fish creek tin  about completed. The bridge is a  splendidly built structure. It, F. Perry,  an old C.P.R. bridge builder and a  part owner in the townsite, was in  charge of the work of construction  which assured a first class job.. " Lust  week A.'F. Rosenberger nnd H. Z.  Brock, visited the camp and have  started a dozen men to work to build  a wagon road from the Goldfields  bridge to their cabin on the Camborne  group. * "By the time this road is coin-  'pleted the company will have on the  way an electric dynamo for tbe pur  pose of driving electric diamond drills  for the purpose of deterning the extent of the rich free milling gold ore  bodies on their properties. It is understood also that the same company will  erect large stamp mills on Menhenick  creek adjoining the townsite of Gold-  fields, for the purpose of treating the  ore not only from the Camborne group  hut also from the Eva, Imperial and  Oyster Groups ircross the river, which  properties by the erection of the Gold-  fields' bridge are brought within' a  mile of the new townsite. The water  power on Menhenick creek js -possibly  the best water power and easiest  controlled of any*, stream in' that  district, owing "to, its- natural falls,  carrying over 500 miners inches,  ��������� '.The erection of a new three storey  hotel on the townsite will be commenced at once and the building -will  be ready for occupancc ' in the early  summeriit-Lots have been purchased  for-fcheerection ota^store' and. when  thesawmill is located, a deal for which  the owners are now arranging, tliere  will be no doubt of a large building  boom taking place. Goldfields is - the  coming lown of its district and a  steady inquiry for lots ..is', coming in.  Next week thc lots will he placed .for  sale with Lewis Bros, al from $50 to  ijiloO according to location.  Cosgrove's Orchestra.  Mr. Co.igi.ove has in his possession a  large number of letters of recoinmen  dation in support of t*he Cosgrove  Orchestia, wliich will visit Revelstoke  on April 2nd under the auspices of the  Irish Social & Benevolent Association.  Lieut. Cayley, commanding Co. G. of  lhe:.rd. Regt. stationed at Princeton,  Minn, says:  '���������We take extreme pleasure in staling thnt thu 'entertainment given at  thi.s place last evening by Cosgrove's  Orchestra wns one of the most* enjoyable events of the season. The program  was composed of high class selections,  solos and novelties. Among the  novelties tho selections rendered with  the Aluminum Chimes were most  fascinating and entertaining. We  nio'.t highly recommend Co***grove's  Orchestra to whoever may lie looking  for a first-class attraction.  Will Prove Fatal  A terrible accident took place in tho  C. P. R. yards yesterday afternoon by  which Charles Love will probably lose  his life. He was working with a gang  fitting up the new steam shovel which  had been received by the railway company from the makers a few days before, and while standing on the end of  the arm the chain slipped anil the arm  descended rapidly. The loose end of  the chain swung swiftly upwards  striking hiin on the top of the head  severing part of the skull and crush-  iag pieces of it down some distance  into the brain. He was taken to the  hospital, where a portion of the brain  was removed hy Dr. Rose, but little  hope is felt as to his chances of life.  Love was unmarried, and ubout '35  years of age. He came to Nelson from  Brandon, Manitoba, some months ago,  aud has a married sister residing at  the ahove mentioned town.���������Nelson  Miner.  , Funeral of H. Walton.  The fnneial of H. Walton, who was  killed at Field on .Friday last, took  place rrom the City, hotel^on Sunday  afternoon. Rev. C. A. Procunier, .vicar  of St. "Peter's church, .officiating,, the  deceased having been-a member of the  Anglican communion. - There was a  large attendance of "the friends and  iicquaintiuiccs^of-^he^deceased. \.The  pallbearers .were Supt:, Kilpatrick, J."  Shaw. A. Edgar, E.JBurridge,- A. E.  Kincaid'and T. Downs. The 'papers  and effects of the deceased have been  forwarded to the official administrator.  He used to speak sometimes'of a sitter  but nothing is"su far known about her  or any other' relatives, if there are  any.  YGOODS  ave Arrived.  B HUME & CO  H.J. Camhie, chief engineer, is here  today to lay out tho work for thc  proposed addition to the C. P. R. work  shops. Th������ addition will be CO feet in  length and will be built on to tbe end  ot the blacksmith's shop and will  afford an increase of floor space which  i* greatly needed. Another Improvement, which will be undertaken this  year is the installation of a dynamo to  furnish power for the electric lighting  WE  HAVE  OPENED UP ABOUT $3,000  WORTH  OF  w  Drygoods and Men's Furnishings, consisting of:���������'  NEW  . DRESS GOODS.  it  K  ZEPHY8 GINGHAMS.  WHITE PIQUES.   /.  -  li  II  II  II  II  II  DUCKS.  PRINTS.  DIMITIES.  FLANNELETTES.  TRIMMING8.  READY MADE CLOTHING  "       BOOTS AND SHOES  In fact a full and complete stock of everything in this line.  These Goods are bought direct from the   manufacturers   in  Europe, Canada, and the United States of America.  TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE in the Dry Goods  Business enables us to know where to buy thc New and up-to-date  Goods.  All goods as represented or money refunded.  No trouble to show goods. Call ancl Inspect Berore Buying.  Mail -  O rders  REID & YOUNG  Dry Goods Merchants, Jj^1  Promptly  Solicited  Mackenzie  ue.  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over "the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  The Montreal Hockey team vrou the  final game for the Stanley Cup and  Championship .Monday defeating tha  Winnipeg Victorias hy two to one.  Sw.m &Iluntsr, KngliahshipbuiMer**.  olTurud to provide half a million dollars  towards the establishment of ���������hip-  yards in Halifax, the city providkuf  the balance. The offer is likelv to ba  accepted. '  The Ontario Legislature prorogued  011 Monday.  Student riots occurred at St. Peters-  btirg on Monday, in which over 10,000  people participated and kept police  and cavalry busy. About 100 arrests  were made and many person! wero  injured.  The English Jockey club refused  Tod Sloan's application for a license to  ride on the English tracks this season,  except for training and trials.  Cecil Rhodos slept yesterday morning  but was worse when he awoke. The  supply of oxygen artificially administered to him has been increased.  Gen. Maif of the Chinese Imperial  t ronpa has been defeated by Chinese  rebel*; ir. the Kwang Si province. The .  rebels have captured or killed all the  Mandarins at Fang Cheng and looted  the town. _. , ,.     -���������-- .  Au unknown steamship is ashore on  the Cape Lookout shoals oft' North  Carolina. Boats are not able to reach  her on account of the high'seas. --"���������'.  -The British government is going -to  try .to intercept the /messages' when  Marconi makes his experiment" across  .the_jUlantic, to see if . he_, has-really,,,  succeeded in overcoming that-1 defect  in his wireless 'system.'  Gen. Bruce Hamilton has captured  a smiill Boer laager near Vryheid , in'  the Transvaal. Four Boers were  killed, six wounded and 17 captured,  among the prisoners being Gen. Emmet, a brothei'-in law of Gen. Botha.  King Edward will entertain with, a  dinner 500,000 of London's poor aa'. a  celebration of his corination. ������30,000  has been set aside for this purpose. ������������������  Lord Kitchener reports that for the  week 11 more Boers were killed, "7  wounc'.ed, 158 captured ' and 12ft  surrendered.    "���������"'   '       ..*���������-���������.-.*���������*--  The Grand Trunk Railway placed an  ordm* for 25,000 tons of* steel naito with  an English company,and the C. P.- R.  .unorder  for  SO-flOO'-with   a Gerroau ���������  firm."-  J.F. Mowler of-the Southern Pacific,  _San_Erar,cisco, succeedsiWiu. App������Taa_  master -eai-' builder .for the C. P. R. at  t*-"���������.-.-'.-'        -.    '  Montreal..__! .. ' ��������� '  H. M. S.Phaetqu will make, a trip  around Vancouver'Island in search for  wreckage from the missing Condor.' .'  $15,000 was paid for a seat ou tbe  Montreal Stock Exchange yesterday.  Three men killed, the entire milt  wrecked and one man injured ie a  result of a boiler explosion in Wheeler  Gavin sawmill at Cation, near Wan-  sun, Wis.  A Moznmbiqne despatch says ithat  the Pottugese troops have captured  102 sUve dealers and killed 00 others at  Pemba Bay recently when government  forces attacked 12 strongholds nf slave  dealers and liberated 700 slave*.  The pier of the Phoenix line at  Iloboken, N.J., was destroyed by fire  together with the steamship British  Queen and several lighters.  In a riot between soldiers and  civilians at Fort Logan, Ala., one man  was killed and 15 others wounded.''  Admiral Custodio De Mails, who  headed the revolt of the Brazilian navy  in 1803 is dead at Lisbon.  Piano Tunning.  L. S. Otis, piano tuner for Mason &  Rich Piano Co., will visit Revelstoke  shortly.   Any one wishing work done'  hy a reliable man can leave their order  with J. McLeod., Second street.  Mason & Rich Co.  - 1  '  i  ���������_   1  ���������Now opening a nice line of W. O.  & R. shirts and collars, very latest  ityles at U. B. Hume & Co's.  xaal y'.'---'X  if v .��������� ������������������  '-"-. "**  Di*  ^ucl.5tol\t IJcralil mul ^ailuiau  ^cn's Journal,  I'ubii-iliuil Bv  The Revelsloke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A.  JOHNSON,  Miimiljlni. liin*i*liir.  A Seml-WceUlv Jounui! published m tho  interest*! ol the riiilwny men. iuIiuhk men ninl  bu*>incs������ mull >���������( Uie West. Dnys. ot Publication  Wcdnesdnv anil Saturday.  AUVKlllISINti   HATES.  Display nils., ���������fl.f.O per Inch; S*������B'= fr*1"1':  ,!���������> per fiicli when Insurlu.1 on Hi o 1 i������  Legal ads., 10 cents per Inch (nonp.ir 1 ii.  for first insertion; 0 eents Ior eneli iiii.llilniii I  iSsordo i Uical 'notices 111 cents per lino-enet  issue. Willi, .MunliiKC mul IJculli -"*��������� oil <.*-.-*  Iree.  Sl'I'.SCI'.IITlON   RVTKS.  Ity mall or OBTicr H per nuiuim; -Jl.'*!** for  ���������ix months, strictly in mlvaiiee.  OL'lt JOB IlKI'.lllT.MKNT.  Isone ol lhe besl equipped prliill.ii- oniiics in  tlie West iui<! prepared to iixcciile nil Mm I.s nl  printing fn llrstelass Myk* ill honest nii-i.  One nr.ee to all. No job too lurue���������none te.ii  ?-KalF-!ur lis Mail orders promptly nuclide!  to.   Hive us a trial on your next order.  TO COIIIIKSI'ONDI'.XTS.  We invito com-spoinloneei on uny M'bje.'l  ol intcre-l io the it cue nil public. In nil cases  the bons tide name of the writer must aocom-  panv iimiiuserlpt, but not necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications lo the Manager  iiini'iH't'o unit' bonk S2.2 ppr rc*nl of I hi*  wpulih uf llu* ���������coiiiilpy lenviiig lnbiir  lhe Imliiiiri' 17.S In pul in ils jeuiis.  'I'llesc cm Wnniii.-.l s uri* sinip'y \\ riling  down I'lii'li'X uu .1-. llio   ihi*."|*i*sl   ,*i*.**|  Oil  ITCI'l d. I  NOTE AND COMMENT.  Whelher il is only u lilulVur noi. ihe  laying oil' nf llu* briilgi* i-rim**. und lhe  iimioiinc'i-iiU'iit tlint I In* ('. IM!. iutenil*-  to do I lie work on the snowf-heils by  conl r.'it't in fuliin*. depi ives lhu truik-  ineii iiiji he very vnlu.iblc itsst-lunce of  the briilgemen just at this very im-  p-ii'l.iut. juiij'luri! in the ;ii IT iii > uf llie  new union.  We .u i* t-i re *.* ve t'.i* o ."i iihm.s siiiii  of five thousand dollars to lie expend, il  on the iiiipioveinent nf llu* upper river  und thut is all we nre to gel this yi'ui*.  Tliu engineer, who .-linuM have gm.r  up last full, is lo be sent, mil lo n-pi.il  on the further iiiqiroveiiiciii**. net essiij  unil next year we ure hidden In Impe  for an additional grun!.  eigne.  NOTICE TO COIlltKSrOSnESTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side of thu paper only.  2.���������correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed witli lhe proper name  ot the writer.  G  K. GROGAN", Editor.  Wednesday, March 10, i.1902.  The question of the inferiority of lhe  rnal oil, which is being foi'tetl on tlie  people of Weslern Cunmlu, ha*! lieen  l;iki-n up in tlio n.'uiiinion House.  Need less- to remark the Laurier minis-  I or of "inland revenue knows nothing  at all about it and refuses lo oll'er any  redress until some of Hip government  heelers have srol a job investigating  t.he subject.  AMERICAN DELUSIONS.  To judge hy a study of those combinations of vulgarity and   bad   drawing  known   to   the  American    press    a.s  "cartoons," Uncle Sum bus entered into  possession of the earth und John  Bull  can at any  moment   behold   his   own  finish in the pine woods   without   tlie  slightest difficulty.    As  a   matter  of  ���������solemn fiti'tjtlie United  States   manufacturers holding  Ihe   trade   of   their,  own country without fear of a  rival  behind the Chinese'wall   of their   prohibitive tariff and charging their own  people what ever prices   they   choose*,  are   enabled _ to   place   a   very   large  volume of exports on the British   and  European markets at a very low figure.  If Europe took a leaf out of   the   book  of.American trade policy   nnd   raised  .the tariff's to thc excltisipn   point,   the  United States exports . would   full   off  altogether and  a  condition  of  affairs  very closely resembling  nation!   bankruptcy   would    follow    the    present  ' business inflation in tlie republic.   Bul  even ns it is with their tariff wall  und  all; the'United States only   holds  10,0  per cent ot the world's trade   as   compared with 17.4. Tor which Great Britain  is responsible and 32 per cent  held   bv  the Empire.    Uncle Sum bus got to do  a lot of hustling even to catch   up,   to  say nothing of the fact   that*   at  any  time a change   in   John   Bulls   trade  policy is liable to deprive him   of   the  ��������� .start he has already gained,  .    .Another    very     popular     delusion  . fostered by these "cartoonists"  is   the  idea that America is the only  country  in the world" in; which   the   relation*  between CapitaLand   L>:ibor  are anything like on equal terms.     The   well  groomed and prosperous monopolist is  represented arm in arm  with a sleek  party in juans, with a bank book slick-  ^-^ing.otiLoLhis-hip-pocket-and-the-^fu!!-,  dinner pail" in his   good   right   hand.  How" ludicrously   the   reality   differs  from the picture, the newspapers-wilh  "   their daily tale  of  strikes   and   riots  sufficiently explain.   The marvel is to  '���������   imagine for what end   these   cartoon  '"-���������ists" are so employed   to   paiiit   black  ��������� white.   There is not a counLry on   tbe  '���������   ace of the earth where the  working-  man is such   an   abject   slave" to   the  organized power of the employes as he  Mis in the States.     There   is   no   other  civilized country wheie the. employers  ��������� have so perfected   or   would   be   even  allowed to pel feet  their organization,  ;.for the simple reason thut there  is   no  .   other civilized country in    which   the  -.employers own   (lie   government,   ns  tbey do in   the   United   States.     The  real stale of affairs is veiy clearly seen  ������������������ .. in the statistics of the'average division  of .wealth belween capital und I.ibqr in  the countries of Europe and   America.  In Italy, the downtrodden subjects  of  an effete monarchy come pretty  near-  dividing the   wealth   of   thn   country  with thc capitalist*:.     Labor   in   Italy  gets-10 per cent and  capital  iti.    I tuly  .  heads lhe list.    Austria is next with a  ... big drop.      Labor   only   gets   '.'li.C,   to  capital's    03.-1.      Switzerland,   Spain,  Russia and France are   in   about   the  'same'propor'.ioM vrithjslight variations.  In Germany   and^ Great   Britain   tlie  proportion is capital T3.2 to lalior 20.8.  Belgium is the lust European   country  with 74.5 to 23.5.     And   then   what ?  Why the land of  the   brave   and   the  home of thu free, the vhode of the full  dinner pail, the country where capital  nnd labor go forth abroad arm in   arm  like the].Siamese  twins,   the   United  Plates, where capital lays awav in   its  This province is already hrginniner  to feel lhe beneficial results of tin*  prohibition of tho export, of logs.  Scuttle mill men ure now in Vancouver  making arrangements In erect a large  shingle mill, s-iying that, the law had  driven them over into Biitish Colunibin. where the cedar is and that other  mill men will soon be following lheir  example.  The foundation should he laid hy hiiyinprJ-ioul Estate in tin* now Town of  m  Situate right at the Doors of all the Famous Fisli Cree.*: Gold Mines.  S  rr  FIFTEEN minutvr  1       walk from Main St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to the mouth oftiie hig  0.000 foot tunnel ou the Famous Camborne Group, or  |j    oa lo the Goldbug Group.  The announcement that the C. P. 1  inlend lo enlarge their shops here ibis  spring will be received with pleasure  by the people of Kevelstoke and particularly by that section, which earns  its daily broad in the shops and who  find the present luck of iluor space a  serious hindrance to the work.  YOUR OPPOKTUMTY is now ip buy at the  bottom figures and you will get the advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next your.  ome More Facts ���������������*EiV������l������.  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wide West, Heatrioe and Trilby {>roups, and a host of  other properties that will udveitise tlie Fish. Creek  Camp, in IJ. C.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to  the  Fninous Evir, linpeiial and Oyster Groups.  INVESTIGATE AND  YOU  WILL  BE  PREPARED  TO TAKE THE  CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET BN A FEW DAYS.  LOCAL agent; ���������"  REVELSTOKE, B. Q.  r-gm-UJ-IHAJWL  ���������������������������"���������J' *��������� ���������"���������"I"  aiBMfHWW-T.:7l, "������ *K*_36g-gSH*gg-;  17ltWr!PirIrXrrT?Mi flATrMWUf. M/TV*ff  LEGAL-  T M.SCOTT   11 A., I.I..U.  Hiirristur,       Poliuitor,    Notary    Public,   Klc.  Kir.-t Slreet. llevelsioke.  Mone\ to loan.  H  AKVJSY, Jl'CAltTKH * PIXKIiaM  Barristers, Solicitors, "Ete.  Solicitors tor Imperial Bank, of Ounailn.  Uoiiinnnv furtils lolomi nt8 percent.  ViiisT STitni.T, lievelstoke li. C.  SOCIETIES.  A Bluff on the Telegraphers.  It is gcltinp; tu be quite .". "fad" for  the management ol' railroads to publish through llie dailyiiB\v.sp:ipcrs thai  they are about to establish the '���������telephone system,'' lo replace llie  telegraph, when they learn thai, a  committee; of the tulegraphei'S is about  to call on lhe.ni for a schedule. In  some cases they go farther and send a  few coils of v.-ire along the line, with  lhc information that "work i.s lobe  commenced on Llu: telephone line at  once."' This "play" has been worked  nnt il it is I hreadbare and has no effect  on the telegraphers, who have learned  to know lhat it costs nothing to ship  wire over their own line**, and that ilis  all a ���������'bind'."' The telephone tysU-m,  as il is now constituted, will- never be  available for use in transmitting trait*,  orders, un account of tho fact that'.it  will not. of it.- own accord, make a  sufficient distinction lietween words of  a   similar   sound���������the   only   way this {  v������-'������-]������#j&K  0  \a?  -ta  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EA ST BOUND     S:20  "WESTBOUND  17:30  SOUTHBOUND     S:10  TOURIST    CAkS    DAILY  '   TO ST. PAUL  Tuesdays and Sundays to Toronto  Fridays��������� To Montreal and Boston  l'llKK   HUS  SIKKTi-S  .VI.I. THAI VS.  FIllST CLASH   At'CIIJuroilATiOX.  UliATlCD  BY HOT AIR:  IlBASON.VBl.1i:  ItATKS.  ^ Brown & Gueria, Props.  ELKOTUIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN KVEIiY ROOM.  IJOUISLY  STRERT  OAIl  MKKT3  ALL TISAIN'S.  It.Vll WKLI, SIJI'I'I.IK.I.  13Y TIIE CHOICEST '*  "WIN-US,   I.I.JUOitS  AND  CIDAKS   Re<l  Ro=c TlCKreo meets second nml rourtl.  .iv-days ofem-li  month; White Hose "flf���������*?  Tll.."*.::iYD   *.i ���������_*������.*.������������������>    ...........    -.-'-,"_  ,*,,*������>.I  mceti* Uiinl Tue-diiv ol ench qunrter, in Oddlel-  lous Ha!!.   YlMtins brethren uelcomc  G. E.GROOAX.    ' HY. EDWARDS,  President.  lion. Seeretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No.  1658,  ^   y Keeulur meetings nre hold  in  llu  %iftt Oddlellow's Hull on  lhe Third Iti  J&S** ilny 01 eneli month, ut S n.in. .slir.ro  <r������%yi Visllini! Iirotlireu cordially invited  5vr^;. A. .1    HN'SON. IV. JI  ^&SS- Vi. Ci. UIRNEY, Rcc.-Seo.  CHURCHES  Mi.niODiaT ciivr.rir, ukvki-stoke.  i'ri>ni*hiii������ **ervices at 11 ft. m. and 7:30 P-.m  Bit ms. ^w.r^ssaan  invite.!.   iieni> Iree.  Rev. C. I.ADSr.r.. Tastor.  fT.  IT.TER 6 CIIUKCII.  ANGLICAN  oly Euchii.rl.-t; 11 fi*m.  non (Holy Eiiehari>l I-  1 uiii.ii* ....*���������   ",',,1. o'-fn   --midiiy   school, or  ! dav in die montlo. .-���������*.? _*_;l���������_..J,���������,,���������������������ii n,t,x  ihildrcr"  j -cr:r.on.  could   be   accomplished   would   be  to j Umn^'n^"^ " ho\>?,Uor  change our mod.* of nrticulation  and i J^!8������������������B &$<Vt  E'-*itn m.. Holy Euchari.-t: ll a.m., ma" .-js,  ?::���������.'.���������_!) ;'orP,������������������ fllolv Euehari*-l h:  ie m<  s -erv  Holy *-"->--J'iV.'fts' amToimocd.  -TL-. ^""I^^L^ ��������� i '^^ims^  t\V!V.r;  _r^-r^��������� 1.1 5  is not likely to occur in  thc-  near  ure.���������Kailroad Telegrapher.  fut-  BUNTING'S RISE  PI������.F>BVTEP-IA_.-  Cin.'I'.CJl.  c. rii. ',,...��������� ?undav at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  w^Vich illTro ���������IvSicoQC. Prayer mcetum at  S p. m. every *'e*"^\v. c. CAi.nr.K, Pastor.  ' Now  I to-  LOW-RATE TICKETS  on Sale from Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS  .FROM-. VANCOUVER  TO-  -CHINA,  -AUSTRALIA  JAPAN,  ALASKA  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  Kor full -information, printed  matter, etc., call on or addre.s.-i,  m  m  m  m  &}  era  ":������9  Wholesale"  *.nd Retail  Dealers  W. Bradshaw,  Agent  xfevclsloke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Ucn.  l'asseiiuer Agent  Vancouvor.  for Sate.  First .Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  io- O.ish.  DO     -___F A  **************************  povas catiiomc cucrxir.  -U������   at ia::*" a. m.,   on   Ilrst,   .lecond ami  -ourlh Sunday. In the nonth^^- ^^  Kon intie.l fmin j..i|re ���������"���������)  SALVATION*   AK1IV.  M,.,tlnS every nlghUnlhclr  Ho.il on  Front  glass ohairvation wimlow-i tut xx\:v  lhc  whole .-ides of the <ar nml H'-ir   end  of  the   room.    There   is   al>*.i   n 1 i'iir ml *  observation  pl-ufoim  which   may   In* ���������  ort upied liy llie ir.ivi'leii  during;  /in" "  weather.      Next,   lo   tin:    ob-ci v,*l i....  conipaitiiieiil forwmil is .Mr. I!nniii.n"- '  siatt* 11-0111. This apiiilrni-m i- ll'i:.������h.*il  inlijrci wno'l   nml   1 <ilil.iiii"!   .111     i;*;.-i ���������  nnd   lower   herlh   'MiiiHtliiiiu' .ii!**! 11." j  sityli'   of   lh<*   slaii'lairl    Pnl'in i'.-      .*. ]  inarlih*   wash  stand   and   linntni"  '.1  cf|iial cfitlliiK'ss ci niiincnl I li'* 1 i.m|i ui   ���������  ment.      l-'oi'.v nil  ol   tins :i|i.*.rl ".1 ',-\  Mr--.      I.iintitiii'**   .  -'HK'iO'.ni.       Ttii.-  beiiiilifnl   room   would he  a (U'li'-rlil  10 j  the eve ol ar.y woman who apprec-iHtft, 1  the h't'iiiiliful in fiii-nit'iirfiinrl   lunuli.if I     oiimmfnti.t'uiii.    Th.-loom is  done   in    V""m��������� wriT   nfrH '  hirdi-t-ye   maple   and t'^er wr.n.l. wit 1    A.   H.   HUL.UIUW  .silktap.vt,yh,.nfrir,.1?i.ml..r>o:.yxwa.-i, Af-JALY 1 ICAL CHEMIST  uland -    The     ilr*s.-inR     fal'lf      1-    c,t\ AND ASSA/EK,  mahoKany Hiid the c*i y������lal mit r*..i������= in , l:���������-���������M '-t-lx-.r.'. t,s Min;-. __on*!a*"i .*--*v'*n y"yr  !he,o,f....yr������*n������,r. ils-own lov.-lin��������� \^%,y "W^oWZxrl W&\ ���������Z  Next   to   this .ip.arl merit 1* -.he ae neijl 1 (ivtl., hCR-,i.. ���������n',i .s>������K>>.*r, Hal! Mm'-*!. r.W.  H   EDWARD  TAXII>Rlt.Ml������T.  pk.kii i!kai>-;, Bir:ns. Etc. mocstkd,  JL-St'K-U-ToV   rilE-lsyTEKlAN  UPTKW!  Thir'i ?tr������*("l.  living" room.    ft. is  n.1 once   lihr.iry.  dining K*"1- loniiKinit room.   oli"eiva-j  lion parlor and al niglil a commodious* |  sleer-itiK aptriment wilh font lii*rlli������. a ;  la   Pullman.    Thin   room    ii   doin*   in j  rpiaitcr  sawed   o.ik,   the  same    uUi-'!  ohservation    room   in   the   rear.    The |  kitrhen. pantry  -ni'l  serr.ints **!i*epirij_; !  room-". ������l-o Hie hath   loom   .ind   ti>i!.-!i  me loi aled   forward   of   the   "I'lvin^'  room.   Thn ear is lighted by incanflc.--  ceril electi ie lights and   piovided   with  rlorliic   f.iii". 'iil'mvur  for thp������ie lif?lit*i  and fan.i   is   seciin-d   froni   n   ilor.ipttt  buttery which is always  ili.itged  and  ready for use.  Taking'(. altogether, Mr. IJnntitiK's  life on the KI Fli-riii ii not ttrt hariow-  iii^ or 'inpli'asaiil ami if one hail a few  millions in llu* coin of I.he realm /mi'  could iiiitiii^e to exist, and live almost  as happily nt n (JircKsiiiin nirl. The KI  Klcda is ii beauty and Sir. BuntiiiR is  hist ly proud of his possession.���������San  Jose Herald.  i minis eXPiKiTK-r! an<l reix.rtf.'l i.i-on.  Ferguson, B.C.  S. S.  TSJV3E TABLE  ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Runnin? Iintwrnn .'. rrowlica'l, Thc.insori'n  r.Hn'lltii; nii>l t'ninnpllz. <*ommi*nclni5 October  Ilth, l'������il, *.'.ill sail as IoIIomk, weather permit*  tlnn:  leaving A.-ruwliea'l Ior Tlinnisnn's I.ati<Iin|f  anil Comal'lix  t'A*i"i"lailj*���������1<Jk. aiiil].*.  I-cavIng Comaplix nml 1 lioiii-on'i i.aniliiisS  fur Arrnwhi'iul... twin* 'tally -7:l.">k ami lj:->'*  Miikinic clo**** cr.iini.i'tioiiK Willi all C:. V. H-  Strainers anil Traiim.  Tli<*owner" r.**n*rvi* tlio rl^lit torlinnRC times  of MiiliiiKS witliimt nntl.'e.  Tho Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  Baker and  Confectioner  PRIME BEEF.'   -P0]RK.   - p\b i TON..    SAUSAGE: *  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.     '".'  ZS3SSBSGSZ  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  XVe havo purchasers for all kinds of-inetalliferous mines  and pros-  poets, and desire'lo hear from prospectors .and others'having property -  tor sale. .-. .... -..'.'  -J~-.'...     "L,   '7 ,' '  ' Our facilities for m iking quick sales are unrivalled.      *       ."  .SjuiI it j rjp.irts; also samples of oro for exhibition iit our.Qfllce. ,-  ANGE, "LIMITED": ,.-J 1'V..  Nelson, B.C. _  JVi' ���������Villi m ,t ,A,\i'l,'ffiXi> ���������miil.J<ii.ii  T E MINES, EX  P, O. Dox 70  -'���������  '-��������� rrrr���������-!  uLmcwir*-  me Revelstoke Wine and Spirit (fo  II. Ci. I'AKSON, l'rc*"iilcnl.  - JtI__J__P'"^*fKN''.-MnnaBliiK.DIrector  ,'k. ]t ;���������"������  S"-.,  Llinttctl Liubllily  Carry a full nnd eomplulo lino ol  '. . .       > ' *      *       .  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Qins,  Ports, Sheriec, Clarets, Champagne, Liquors  Imported and Domestic Cigars. ' -  -.miffi-mumi u������*n.mmgn-egj--aimjt.  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  % Cor. Mackenzie Avc.  ������ and Railway Street. ���������%  ���������i- *  **^.**********************+  ALEX. McLEAH  & CO  Asjcnt"* inr thc  Mason &RischPia no  nrrn f. it  j. McLeocl's Residence  SI-XONJ)  MRF.KT,   EAST.  RliYIiLSTOKE,  B.C.  e������Sr26r3r3SrS&2r^^  *ta������  fa Laces and Braids  A lnrpp rmiKunf Point Lrpo,  JMichusa nnd HiilloiiburK  ItrnifN, Ktniiip'Jd DchIkii^*  Hikimpud Linens, Kmbrofilery  Nei'diu", Hooks, <Hc.  llorlln ninl Zephyr WooN, all  Mimli's Hlippor Solo**, Vuluu-  ciciiceri Liu c, Iiihortiuu.  ���������2  5  'r"iA  :���������:���������)  ^ -  m  tt.n  m  1  m  m  THE CITYEXPRESS  E. W. B^ Paget, Prop.  Cnll nl lhc  MADISON  PARLORS.  m  ^;5  Misses  Shcppard 8c Bell  Q0  J^**'* \l..t.- (--.     \   ......,,/. SlnO"! K*f  McKiMi/.fe Avenue      oc'j:*  8S  | LSVt, AiiD LET IlVt!! 1  I'ii������i>ii* jinn"!, try nnd run us  out of (:>-,vn hy s'jnilinp; yoni*  ������)i*<lei-.s o.-i-^f". Wu must hnve  yiiur wiii!; in ottTr-i* to livi,*.  XVe ili'|.*c*ti'l (in yon for our  work! Knsti-rii houses <]<)  not.! Do not allow yourself  to be roped in by their peddlers. We also guarantee  to ji*vc >"on lietter satisfaction for vour money.  ������       ���������&,.   S.   -WILS03ST,  S        Next the McCarty Block.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggaee, et������.  to nny part of tha city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken- .  All  orders left.'nt II. M. Smythe's,Tobacco  ore, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  to:  tleiUHin.  Jas. I; Wopflfbw  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef/Pork, "" .  ^Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season...'.  - All orders promptly filled.  CoT.rB������l& :RBYBBS������0KB, B.������.-  )<  -.������  VI  i ������������������ *  #  p=  *������������������������    .'JtUU  *?j9jm������0������&&JMNNMt������������J&&������������������*Pto9������)^^  The Smelting Centre of the Similkamecn 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 tha payroll of tho Siniilkameon Valley Coal   Company,   Ltd.,  which is a gunrivnEee in itself of its success.    The equipment", and development of their coal mines, iiWalling  ���������,  of water, electric light, and power plants, are already arranged for.   Tin-  development nf the Aslnmlii Coal  ������ Company's mine by tlfe Eastern Capitalists who havo established their payroll at ASHNOl*A,   makes  it  thc  S  A coining 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 tho price will he advanced 23c.  per month until May 1st, 1002, and to ten per ������pnt. in the remaining blocks. Tlie present price is from fcloO to  $225.    Twenty-five per cent.- cash, three, six and nine months without iiit������ifi_*st.  Arrangements are already completed for Kiglit buildings, including cottngcb for the Employees of  fi  the company at Ashnola.    This work will hu under full headway by May 1st." jjj  Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be biiught and were sold at 11 cents.    Today tbey are  ffi  quoted at SS0.00.    "With tbe ndvo.nl of transportation,' Siiiiilkaiiieon  Valley   Coal   can   be delivered  at" nny  point in West Kootenay or Vale as cheaply us by any other Company in Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.   NELSON,  B. C.   9W������J*������&mM^J**M9&������������0J*iW*J*j**M fc������'*-������������-������>������������j������b^>.*������.������j������j������i������.������;r^;������.tt^  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2bo ���������Lots o  3STOTIO.H3  NOTICK���������Hint si.*:ty������Insi niler ilnli* I InUwid  to npplv In Uiu Clili'f i "*i in in i *��������� lr������m*i- ul  I.ii.i.l.s mul Works for pennl-iinn In ]>nrt*lin*-c  H-*0hiti'S of Innd siliinliKiii Hit* NunliiMibL Ann  of *\rro������- l.iiki.*, in tlie IilMrirt of Went Kuiilt*-  nay B.C., mill described ns follows:  CommcneliiR from S.W. corner of Lot Illl,  llience North Hxlroiioiiildil 'lit vliiilii"; tlienee  West su cliMin->* tlienee Soutli llu clniins np-  |iro.\lniiilelv; thence Willi ehnins .".orili-  Knslenv to poinl of eoiiiineneeiiient.  FHEII. I'.OHINSOX.  J eb. 1  -If  C. II. SK UN 12, Agu  t.  TAKi: SOTIflE tlir.t blxly dnys nfter ilnle I  InleiicI to itppiy lo the Chief I'oiniiiissloner  of l..unl*< nml Works for permission lo pnr  elm-e n piircal of liinil describeil ns lollows:  Coniincnetni; in n post innrl.e'1 Alice I'errj'V  Xo. 1 l'usli llieiicu ������i*bi '-'U clinln.s; llience  North -lOoluiliis; thence Knst 'JUehiiln.s; thenue  *.nuih*lll ehnins io point oi I'linimenceineiil.  This friielion of land commences North of It.  1*'. Pern's pre-einpiioii lolloiviin; McKenzle's  North-West Line, coiitninlnx aljniii SU ncres,  lnori* or less.  AMCi*. I'l-.KKY.  Gokllields, Nov. '27.1901. ' ]iee4-lni  JSTOTIOE  N  OTIfl*: Is  herein- Riven Iiml "fl iluys   n/ler  dine I Inlend to npply  lo  lhe  Chief Coin-  Issioiierof J.nnds und Winks fur  permission  i ..ii. .i.ijI   .....rv t. ��������� .iv   I I ,,. I.it r i ri,.i,   ll...     fi.llfl,,'.   _  . .   ennuis; i nence iiorui ieu ennuis;  Ihcnci'cn-t III i'luiin- lo 1 Mi Creek; thenee  following lhe iiiu.inileriius of I'lsh llreek -W.0  cliiins lo point of iiiniiiiciieeiiiuiil; containing  l.lu ncres, more or k***.s.  r. .1. COMI-SMIIII,  Thomson's I.ntidlni., October Iflili, 1(101.  nsroTioE.  TAKK NOTICIC Hint <*0 dnys nfier dnle I  inlcii-* lo npplv to lhe Chief commissioner ol  Lniuls nnd Works for permission to purchase  the follow inn described luiuls;  Comment'ine nl ������ post marked "K Mi'Adnm**'  . o. 1 Post," situate close to llie old line ol  Hill .t Jlrnnifiird's pru-emption, "l'isb Creek,  Ihence north 10 chains, thence wesi 20 chains,  llience south in chains, thence enst 'JO ehnins  to point of commencement.  Goldiields, Jun 18th, 1MJ.  li. McAdaji.  /-.   ' BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already" surveyed  via the Lardeau  Creek villi fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of  the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded  Development.  by    Mining"   Properties   now   under  Splendid  Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating .Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  .,. . .  G. B. BAT  U'ergusbn, B. C.  NOTICE.  n  i*************************  I PELLEW-HARVEY,  |        f BRYANT & OILMAN  ������ Mining Engineers  ���������& and Assayers,  'j������  VANCOUVJCU, li.C.      Established 1890  s    S ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  3 UNDERTAKEN.  Test' Hindi, up to 2,(100 lb*i.  A .specially ninde of cheeking Smeller  I'lilps.  S'ninples from tiie Interior by until or  express promptly attended to.  I'oi'respon.Ieiice solicited.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  *-f'T*'f*I*-I.*>*fl**I*T'^*^*M'*T'*T'*I**f+*f*ft*f+  Ably furnished w'th the  Choicest the Market  a fiords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rale.     '  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop  ���������amaui  TAKK NOTICI*: that CD dajs aflcr dale I  intend to npplv to lhe Chief Commissioner  of I.iiml- and \\ orks* tor permission to cut nnd  carry a\vay_timber from lhe following described lands: x  Commencing nt n post lnnrkcd I'li^er 1*".  Perrv's Hontheast corner postsitnnie about 201)  feet from Kcott Creek, thenco west -1(1 clmins;  thence north IGOehnins; tlienee enst -10 chains;  tlienee south 100 chains, to tlie plnee of commencement; containing 010 ncres.  -  ROGJSR F. I'ERRY.  Goldfields. B. C, Oct 17ih, IIKI1.      Nov. fi-tf.  g  Slcgvel-i 1,1ml ho i.s iiiiiilile  through illness to bu present ut his Studio nud ut-  tenil (o.,liusini*ss us usual.  He hopes, however, to be  able to re-open the Studio  shortly und will announce  the ilnle in this space.  UTOTXaXV  IN- THE  COliSTY   IO0RT  OF   KOOTENAY,  HOLDEN AT KKVEI.STOKE.  Bktivkfs:��������� ,.���������  Kobert Culcr, of Rerel.stokc, B.C.plHintiff.  and  N. Hiibkcll. or Itcvelstokc defendant.  To N.lliukcll the above, named defendnnt:���������  TAKK NOTrGE Hint it ilefntilt .summons nnd  plaint have been i-sucd out ol this Court  ftirnlnst vou in an action iiR-iinst you by Robert  Ualcv, of lievelstoke. B.C.. io recover the sum  of f-l'OOO for bonrd nnd lodging furishcd to  you bv the nbore named plaintiff, nnd that ln  pursuance of an order of His Hon J. A. Forin,  Judge of this Court, you nre required within  14 davs from the publication of this notice in  the K'kvei-s.okb Herald, newspaper, to file your  dispute note, if nny, with the Registrar of this  Court nt Kevelstoke,* otherwise judgment* will  be entered nghinst rou.  Dined lhis Oth March.    .D., 11102.  .     .FRED. PHASER,  PcRistrnr of the   ounty Court.  ertificat'e of Improvements.  NOTICE. '  Ent-inri't"**. Fii'<*in<M.. Mnchinists and  Electricians send for 10 page pamphlet  containing questions asked - by Ex  :imining Board ol Engineers* to obtain  Engineeis license. Address Geo. A.  Zeller, Publisher. IS S. 4th St.. St.  Louis. Mn.. U.S.A.  '1TOTICE  - - - - Is the recognized -organ for all the latest milling nows/ of -North  .Kootenay. ^Particular attention is paid "to securing 'early and reliable  ' intelligence fi-oin the newly discovered Free Milling Gold Camps _ on' Fish  -Riverand from-the-placei- and-qii.-irr_c"inincs~Qf th'o~Big7B6nd_and~disti*icE7~  .���������in the imiiietliate activity of'lievelstoke, such as'Tllecillcwaet, Albert  , Canyon,'Jordan-Pass and Isaac Creek. Noxt season . will' witness a big  -revival of certainty throtigriout North Knotciiuy,  and" mining men "and  others desirous of gaining the. eai Iiest and most authentic news from  the  ^district   will   find  the columns ot the HERALD their best source' of  information. , -  Railway News is also a Specialty of the HERALD and articles of  special interestto Railway men will also be found in its columns.  AS AN ADVERTW MEDil  "THE HERALD offers advantages in ils'total Weekly circulation  ' and tbe class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in the district.    It  appears twice to any other paper's once a week and i.s found in the homes  of thc wage-earning classes, the backbone of the business of thc district.  Bug'nessnieri want thofr announcements to reach the'home people who  have the money to lake advantage of their offers  and the homes aud  families which rcnder'it necessary for them lo spend it." No other class of  . circulation is of any use to them.   These are thc kind of people who make  up a big proportion of our  Subscribers, , people   with'. homes,'- families,'  employment and interests right at home,  the people Revelstoke merchants want to get at,   A space jn* our advertising columns, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every home in  .Revelstoke, and in the Railway ai.d Mining points,  tributary to Revelstoke business. ' '*������������������'.  li PRINTING WARM  Is the completesb in the district  for'appliar^es,   material and  Craftsmen.   Our' work   speaks   for  itself.     No  other   office   in North  Kootenay'can touch it, because we not only have the tools to do good  j  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 wor- '  which we can turn out.. Prices graded down to suit the times.  MocniURStfir, V.'alrus.Sea Lion .ind Bonanza  Mineral claim*:, situate in llie i-ardeau Mining  liivKi.-in of V.e**t Kuotennr District Where  located: On Menhenick' Creel:, near 1'ish  Rner.  - TAKE NOI ICE that I, r.C. Green, Hctinfrns  agent for .Minus .".IcICar, V. M. c. 1! S'20O5, and  -I. B. jMcKciizic, Tree M-ner's Cerlilicale No.  H.Tj025, inlend, sixty dnv.*-from the date hereof,  tonppiy lo lhc .Mining: liccordorfor ^ enitlcntes  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grunts of theabore claims.  And further tnke notice that action, under  section :.7, must, be comin'enced before t* e  Ksuancc of .such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this flrst duy'of Murrli, 19C2, A.D.    *  ^.-r- ., - ^=7-    7-   :~F. C. GREEN  per F. P. C.  Nelson, B C.  Certificate of Improvements.  istotios  Centre Star and" JCienlng Star 'Mineral  Claims, situate in the l.nrileau Mining Ulrlslon  ot West Kootenay District. Wliere located :  On Mcnlienlclc creek, near Fish Kirer. j  TAKK NOTICK that I, I''. C. Green, 'icting as  agent for J. 11. McKenzie, Free Miner's Ccrlili-  eate No. 15 SIU'JJ, Intend, sixty days from the  dntc hereof, to apply lo the Mining Keeorder  orCertillenics of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  I'lntm-i. "  ���������       "  ml further take notice tlint action, under  section :'.7, mu-l be commenced before the  issuance cil siiclj Certificates of Improvements.  naied this li rst dar of March. ISO.!. A.I).  r. c. giii: n,  per F. f-. C ,  Nelson, II. C.  Certificate of Improvements.  jstotics  Z������T OTIC-IE    -  T\KE ' NOTICK that GO days after date I  intend to appir to the Chief commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase a  piece of land described as,follows :  Commencing at a post marked F. J Cold-  smitlrs No. 1 post, -thenee south 10 ehnins ;  Ihence cast-ill chains ; llience norlh *lll chains;  tlienee west-1!) sliains. to point of coinmcnee-  nieni���������lfiO acres more or less. This land was  staked bv J. 11.-McKenzie Inst .Mine. Has a  purchase' No. I post iiimiit 100 feci from Goldfinch trail nnd nbniitlilM feel up hill, the cast  lino following Fish Itiver.  Located February 20, lio:.  F. J.G0I.I1SMITII.  Colo Holds. B.C.  Revelstoke, B. O,  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison your systems  using Condensed Milk, done  up in old rusty tin cans?  when you can buy pure  SALMON AF.fti MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  Agents  "Wanted!!!  Lady,or Gentleman!!  To represent the old reliable  MjCiiiilon^Jifc Iiiinciishire Life.  The Children's Endowment,  und ten payment bond policies*,  el c.  Must parents lire" willing In  Rive theii- boys u start in life  hy taking un endowment Hindi*  pity.'ibie.itase .30, paying tin*  pietuinin until the liov is able  to curry it himself.  GEO. D. SCOTT.  Manager for ii.O.���������Northwest.���������Yukon  Vancouver, B. C.  xpress Delivery  Ail   orders    left   at   W.   M.  Lawrence's   will    be    promptly  -.    3STOa?IGE3. ..  XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that SO days  nfter date, 1 Intend to make application to the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for a special licence to fell and  carry away tiinber from llie following .described lands:    *  -NO. 1.  Commencing ������t ft post planted about 50'  chains north of St. I.eon Hot Springs nn the  Arrow Lakes uad marked .I.T. Mouth we-t corner, tlicnce cast lfll) chains ; thence north 40  ehnins ; thence wcfI 1GU chains ; thence south  J^ehjtiiis^i place ol coinincnceiaent. _'��������� . .  NO. 2.  Commencing nt ft post planted about 3 miles  south from the mouth of Deep creek al llalena  Bav, Arrow- Lakes, marked J. I*. and bcii-i;  nboutG chains enst of T.ll.I).'*) sou til west cor-  ucrpost: thenco wcstSO chains ; theuce south  SO chains; llience enst 80 ehnins ; thence norlh  to chains to place ol commencement.  Xclson, B. C, March 3rd. 1002.  JAMKS A. TAYLOR, "  Arrowhead.  Certificate of Iinpveroments.  ZLTOTICIE  attended to  ^ Jl1. i* mow  -H. Cook.  Write for cur interesting books ** Invent  or*s Help'* ami " How >ou ore swindled."  Send us a rough filcctch or model of your in-,  vention oriiuprovcnivnt and wc will tell you^  free our opinion as to whether it i>; probably;  patentable. Rejected applications have often]  bed. successfully prosecuted by in. "We,  conduct fully equipped ofTires in Montreal!  ��������� laud Washington ;.this qualifies us to prompt-|  jly"di������.palcli work nnd*"qi:icklv ht cure Patents,  Sa"^ bioid as the invention. Hfghest references,  jfurui'.hed.  3 Patent** piocurcd through -Marion & Marion receive special notice without charge in  over ioo newspapers distributed throughout  thc D in in ion. * ^   ,  Specialty:���������Pi tent "business of  Manufacturers and -KiiKineers. .    4    .  THE STORY OF  BUNTING'S RISE  Went as an Oil King to" San  Jose in Private Car. One  Year ago he was a Plain Conductor on the Railroad.  Jnhn A.   ItiinliiiK  wns  in  S^n  Joie  I'l'i'enlly mi  his  pm-ntr eai El Flfdn.  Ile is iii.'C'<iinpnn'n,'il by his family nnd n.  pm-lyol' frii'iiils  who  nre '.enjoyinR a  irip    lhi'<mp.h    Cnlifoi'iiiii.     Although  Mr. JinutinK   is  now qiiiU n iroalthy  nun he is   little  known  in   financial  ���������iiL']er~uvi*~iii"tlie Golden Stute, hut  ilnicisl iivi'ry vailroijiler in the employ  >f the  Soulhui-ii   P.icilic  ���������ystoiu   has  'unu!    ol'    .lolin   Bunting's   mutforic  li^ht    into    tho   realms   ot   fortune,  tixuiy mul plenty.    Not ������o very long  i^o he ivn. a I'oniluctor on  one of tha  itnithi'1'ii Pncillt: trains fiitining down  ho S.in Jiiiiijuiii  valley.    Now h������  ia  he possessor of grciit wealth, a band-  mine winter home  in I.os Angelan, a  jrivale inr lilted up with theliixuriotid   .  ippiiinlmcnts ot :i p.ilace and  lerTanta  at coiDiii-iiid.    Few general nmnagere  if    railroad.*, and  still    fewer    tr������in  condiu:ioi**s riso  to such a plnca in tba  %Torld   where   tliey   may  annp   thair  (infers al Inuiness caies and live tha  life of a prince in a wheeling palace.  But  Hint  is just  what John A. Bunt-  ing has succeeded in doing.    And ha  has done it in i<. few months' tima and  ifith a capital of less tlrin $200.  Less than n year ago. John Bunting  appeared ut t h������ general offices of tha  Southern ��������� Pacific Co. in San Francisco. His rise to fortune was unknown in the company's offices at that  i.inic the hig strike he made ih the  Kern district oil fields lind not than  become n theme of discussion among  the railroad employes and no' whispering of it had reached headquarters. It  was known that Bunting hud quit hia  ������������������t.n in the San Joaquin ; some time  I ie fori1, hut conductors and train hands  are f. ii! I inn their johs" every day' and  lillk* a*.Irnlion is paid to,them by their  superiors. The railroad continues to  do business at the same old stand. On  this particular visit to "tha'old man's  oriice." Mr. Bunting asked for an  audience with the late J. A. Fillmore,  the' then gene'ral manager of the  Southern Pacific for nil territory west  of El Paso.  As soon as he was at leisure,'Mr..  Fillmore asked the usher to admit the  ex conductor. When he entered the  presence of the maniger that official  remarked: .'Well, Buntitig, 'want a  job; want to go back on the road."  "No," replied Bunting. "I ain't  looking for a job.^ "What I want is a  private car."  Mr. Fillmore , wan -aoo'n "made  acquainted "with Bunting'" good fortune and whilo the Southern Pacific  did not have any private cars for sale  at that particular time,.* the manager  found one. which hi rented his former  conductor.- Thc leased cor was used  by'Bunting until the specially constructed El Fled.-i' was ready, to go into  commission. ._*.-- k-  San Jose Herald representatives met  Mr. Bunting in bis-private car at the  brouil guage depot and���������"were courteously shown through that luxurious  p!eaani*e craft. The writer haa been  on board many private cars in -thia  country, from those of .railroad, mag-  .  MARION & MARION-  .    Patent Expert! and Solicitors.  Jntflrpa-   /   New York Life B'ld'n.riontreaH  c!^IIXLJiit!l?i5������!i?^i5Jil5iSC* Si������o  SUBSCRIPTION PMCE,$2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.  noil Tox nnd Iliilce Mineral Claims situate  In Iho I.ardoau Minim; Division of West Kootenay llistrict. Where located : On Menhenick  Creek, near Fish Illvcr.  T.'.KTJ XOTICH Hint I, F. C Green, actins as  acent for Aii'jus McKav. Free Miner's Certili-  ciiic No. n MUOi. intend, sixtj- day** >,rom V1C  d������te hereof, to ������in.lv to the Mining Uecorder  for Certitipnt*.--! of Improve-ncm-j, for the purpose t.t obtaining Crown Clrants of .the above  claims.  Anil further take notice that action, under  section 37, mi:.������t be coininenced belore the  issuance, of such Cerii'lc'itesot Improvements  Dated this first dry of March, 1902, A. l>.  F. C. GREEN,  per F. S. C ,  Nelson, B. C.  initio. -Silver lloivniid Illack Diamond  Mineral Claims, s tunic In the l.ardcnu Mining  Division of West    ooiciiay District.  Where Located: **iciirthe Head of Lexington Creek, a tr Iiml ary of l'lsh Creek.  TA E NOTICK that I, A. 1'. Ciiiiimiiifl, as  Agent for thc Double Kntjle Mining and Development Company, Limited, of l*'crgii**nn,  IJ. C, I'ree Miner'i C'ortillciito No. :Il,8'il,  Intend, sixty davs Irom the dnlu hereoi, io  apply lo thc ."lining l'oconlcr Ior it Curilllcati*  ni Improvement**, for lhe purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant ol the abovucluiui.  And iiirtherTake notice that action, undo  Section "7,  i"iist   be   comiiieiiccil   before the  lssbanee of such Ccrtlflenlu of  improveinenls  Dated this twenty-third day of January, A.D.  1902..  A.l>. CUMMINS, IM..S.  Feb. 3���������tf  r  .1  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION ���������  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS. ~  S:ti\\tk in the re\t*.lsto e mining  Division of ".Vest Kootenay District.  Where Located: On Kevstonc Mountain,  Big Bend, near Downie Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Geo. S. MeCarter  nrtinp txx agent for 1. I). Graham, Free Miner'.0  Certificate So..D. 3721 and for W. H. Vickcr<,  Free Miner's Certilicate No. C0S21. -intend CO  d������'.s irom Hie date hereof to applv to the  Mining Hcrorder for Certificate of'improvement* for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grant*, of thc above claims.  AND FL'PTHER TAKE NOTICE that action  under Section 37. must be commented before  the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated thi*. Huh dav of FebruaTv, A.D. 1902.  Febl2-tf ���������   Geo. 8.'MeCarter.  Tenders Wanted.  TENDERS for tlio erection of ;i  t/wo-storey brick building ill. the (ior  ner of McKenzia .avenue and First*  street will be received by the under-  sit.ncd tip to Mareli 20Ui at noon.  The lowest, or any tender' not  necessarily accopted.  Plans and specifications may he scon  at the oflice of  C.B. HUME & CO.  Piano Tuning   .  II. 3. dairy, piano tuner. Toronto,  will pay his annual visit, to Revelstoke  about 25th of March. Orders for  tuning may be left at Canada Drug  und Book store.  r Your  Printing  from the  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The   choice  land   north   of   track,  between Tapping's and Long's.'will  be  subdivided for sale as coon as  poislblc.  G.M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  P. O.Boz, 420.  ���������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.  nates to the wheeling palaces' own������d  by mining.kings and monarchs in th������  financial world, bat none of th������rh  contrasted with El Fleda, ar������ aiors  magnificent in appointment.or mora  splendid in interior ornamentation.  Few in fact compare favorably with  Mr. Bunting's cur for luxury and  convenience.  Mr. Bunting anil his friends reached  Sm .Toso on the New Orlsans elprsss  and   they   remaiued   all " day in ordsr  that the guests on board the .El Fleda  might ace the sights of the city and its  environs.    The  party   accompanying  Mr.   and   Mrs.   John   A. Bunting and  daughter on this trip nr������ Dr. and  Mrs.  XV. J. Baker, Fresno; Mr. and Mrs. W.  J. Trethewey, Oakland; Mrs. Ohieholm,  CVnterville; John McKelyey, Oakland:  Mrs. Ladner and Miss Ladner,  British  Columbia. ; From this city the party  will   journey   leisurely    toward    the  grand canyon of the Colorado,  where  tliey will spend several days seeing tha  wonders of that famous region, after  which they will return to Los Angeles.  The KI Fleda is a veritable palace on  wheels. The rear of the car is provided  with tbe regulation observation apartment found on all private cars,  albeit  this room is somewhat larger than on  most specially constructed cars.     This  is allowable on tbe El Fleda, because  there  Are  but   two   private  sleeping  apartments or staterooms on tbe car,  thus ample room   is secured  for  tha  observation compartment.   This room  is finished in quarter sawed oak (tnd  trimmed in silken'tapestry.     Large  and  comfortable lounging chairs are  provided and the whole apartment ia  one of almost oriental luxury,    Plata;  h  rfl  ���������j.  > ii  .Continued on Psje 2.) MISTAKES  May lie. made in wearing  Chest Protectors  But ymifgipatest mistake will  lie iii.i.li* in not xvtiiii'itig one.  They iii'ii a" great pt'i'veiitalive  nt' irulil and nobody should lie  without one when they can  net them so cheap at. lhe  .  CANADA DRUG. & BOOK OO.'Y.  All Sixes and Prices.  See ilium in our window.  NOTES OF  NEWS  1). M. Cai'lcy. editor of the Nelson  Economist, was in town yesterday.  ���������New silk blouses for Easter at  Reid k \ oung's,  Mrs. Fred. Baker and family left  yesterday to join Mr. Baker in Vancouver.  ���������Fresh eggsut A. N. .Smiths.  J. MeEwnn, lire insurance inspector,  for the Norwich, was iu town from  Saturday to .Monday.  -���������See those beautiful mercerised  s.iteetu at lteid & Young's.  1). "Wilson, school inspector, cam*:  up from the south on Monday and  went on into the. Lardeau country on  Tuesday.  ���������Ladies' belts and neckties, very  latest novelties.    C. B. Hume & Co,  Norman Jackson, proprietor of the  lloyal hotel, Calgary, tuiompunied by  Mm. Jackson and family, were passengers on the No. 1. which went  through this morning. ���������  " ���������Fresh butter at* A. N. Smith's.  J. A. Darragh, manager of the Wide  West Co., arrived in the Fish creek  camp from Vancouver on Monday.  Ue went \ip to the property, where he  intends to start a force of men as soon  as possihle.  A few residents of Arrowhead went  to Nakusp on Tuesday night on the  steamer Kootenay, "making a special  trip to a dance, given hy the proprietor  of the Grand hotel in honor of the;] Tth  of Ireland, " They returned next  morning, all well pleased with their  entertainment.  ���������Millinery opening next Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday. Madison  Parlors.  A,man named Scouten, who was out  here last'summer with A.O. Wheeler's  typographical survey party, is now a  fugitive from justice, having been  mixed tip in a fracas in the Atlantic  livery stable at Calgary, in which a  young Englishman named Arthur  Simpson was ��������� shot and so 'badly  wounded that it is oxpected he will  die.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. N.   Smith's.  Tiie Revelstoke school trustees held  ' a meeting last night, at which thc full  board was present. Chief Bain was  appointed truant officer and efforts  will lie made to ensure a more regular  attendance of the pupils in future. A  resolution was past requesting the  department o'f education to lengthen  tha dinner hour.  ���������You can insure your property  against loss by fire in companies whose  standing and responsibility is beyond  ipiestion at Lewis Bros.  - The plans for the new building,  . which C.. B. Hume & Co. propose  erecting on t he N. W. corner of First  St. and McKenzie Ave. this year,  provide "for a very handsome brick  " building, two stories high with a basement. The front will be. faced with  Calgary stone. The tenders will be  opened tomorrow.  ���������Boy's wool knicker pants for GSr.  at Reid k Young's,  ���������^_2j>e_0___P__-Il. "special"   with   whose  MN������Mt  ON   EVERY   PltCE.**  Chocolates  ^wwwmw?m?mww?!?wmm?ron-*2  i."*���������  tee���������  ���������Jf*********-***  ts���������  %���������  <&  IF  We have lately imported ^  tlie choicest varieties of *3@  the above in bulk, and ^  are .selliny at *&.  Z5c. per k I  Highest Award  at the World's Fair.  Red Cross  ��������� Drugstore  ���������SO���������  &���������  Beg to call your attention to the fact that  they have just received and opened up a  splendid shipment of  New Dry Goods  This shipment is imported direct from Scotland. We have saved the middleman's  profit and wish to give you the benefit of it.  Not only arc thc prices more reasonable, but  the goods are better.  These New Spring Goods consist of  Dress Goods, Silks, Muslins, Satins,  Organdies, Pique, Veilings, Duck, etc.  Wc invite you to come in and inspect  them.  The "EMPRESS" Shoe  Don' forget that we carry the reliable  Empress Shoe for Ladies.  G-E3STEE.A.IL,  XrfL'IiTJELTaiJLXXrr.S.  ST  We have  a   large  shipment of  Inlaid  Linoleum i\nd Floor Cloths just in.  All kinds of Rubbers and Rubber Boots.  A complete line of Gent's Furnishings.  &���������  TAYLOR & GEORGE  G.H. Brock, manager of the Gieat  West Life, is in town.  Itpgular   meeting   of   L.   ().  L. Nf.  o'clock.  S������- MACKENZIE AVENUE.  k-  Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To.  :^wiiwiUtWiUiuaii4i4.mi4.wtU4W4iUwi^  general appearance this town became  so 'familiar during the trackmeu'.-  sti'ike last year is again making his  appearance in our midst and more  lhau one; of the genus are loafing  around the depot already, whilst men  ��������� nut of work in town are getting a quiet  tip lhat they can catch on to it job by  applying at the C.P.R. offices here.  ���������When you pay for fire insurance  :you do not want to be worried as to  whether the company will always be  ahle I o pay your loss. Do not take any  chances but insure in a company  of unquestioned standing. Lewis Bros,  are agents for several companies o.  this kind.  ���������The finest stock of Elphys Gin* -  hams ever shewn in the city. Reid k  Young's.  An old   fkishiont.il   revival   U    being  , conducted  in  the  Methodist  church.  . The   daily   evening  prayer   meeting**  have   been   going   on   now since  the  beginning   of   the   month   and    hnve  ��������� alt ratted   large congregations  and  a  .continually  growing    interest,   whiih  culminated last Sunday evening with  about 20 penitents at the mourners''  bench. Tomorrow night a join1*, meeting of Methodists and Salvationists is  to beheld in the S. A. barracks.  ��������� Direct importations of Huntley  k  Palmers'*   biscuits.     We    are    now  showing a nice   line  of   these   goodaf  . If you want a really nice  biscuit, givi*  us a call.    C. B, Hume & Co.  An Ottawa despatch dated 11th inst.  says: Messrs. Alex. McRae and F.  " McCarty   of   Revelstoke,   waited   on  Hoii. Mr. Tarte today, in company  '" with Senator Templeman,  and asked  ��������� that the improvement of the  Coluin-  ,-  bia River at Revelstoke  he proceeded  with. Hon. Mr. Tarte said he was  going to spend 85,000 now aud was  going to send an engineer to examine  what additional improvements are  necessary, and a further money grant  would be made.  1058,   Friday   evening   nt  Royal Arch degree  ���������Ready to wear hats a, specially.  Madison Parlors,  The popular hotel man from Gerard  Frank P. Fulmar, came out from the  Lardeau on Tuesdav mid went South  to Nelson next morning.  ���������To Runt.���������A piano. Fur particulars apply at the Heu.vi.d ofllee.  XV. H. Wilcox and C. J. Ilumt������ns  returned to the Standard on Sunday,  taking with them a party of miners to  work on the mine. Arrangements  have been; made with \V. B. Pool to  put a Vulcan smelter this summer on  the property.* ���������  Lost���������a bunch of keys, finder will  please leave same at Utshald oiflce  and obligo owner.  ��������� Don't forget the millinery opening  on March 21th, 23lh and 2(lth. Madison  Parlors.  The passenger trnllic' on 'the main  line of the C. P.R. was deniorali/.i'd by  the big storm, which raged as far  west as. Regina on Saturday and  Sunday. Sunday's No. 1 was eight  hours late, Monday V was cm eel led  altogether and yesterday's came in  this mtrniiig sixteen hour's late.  Passengers for the west who had  collected at this point from the south  were forwarded yesterday attached to  a freight.  A big range of union label hats now  opening at C. B. Hums k Co's.  ���������New Dress Goods at Reid &  Young's.  ���������"'An abnormal nunber of fire insurance companies retired from business  during the year on account of adverse  conditions, and some of these were  old and reliable institutions As rates  are little better and fii-e losses continue  quite as heavy the present outlook  would <eem to indicate further  withdrawals from the field during the  first half of 1902." The above is from  the "Equity Monthly," published hy  the Equity Fire Insurance Co. who are  offgrinfr-ii-guraTiCP- at cut rates in this  city. The Equity is one of tbe smallest  and newest of   insurance   companies  earan  FURNITURE GOODS must be 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  CALL AND  INSPECT  THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  LASV1PS  of all kinds  and  Crockery  just opened up.  A set of  CUPS AND SAUCERS.  from  the   Foley . factory  In  England, will suit you.  SKATES.. SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  THE  NORTHERN  ASSURANCE   CO.   3  OF LONDON, ENGLAND.!  f^ CAPITAL AND FUNE1S $38,365,000.  '"*" REVENUE...... '..   '5,714,000.  DOMINION DEPOSIT               211,700.  CSk���������  (S���������  (2���������  AGEKTS ;***jg  ������������   SIBBALD & FIELD,    -    Revelstoke, B.C.  3  with a paid up capital of $-30,000 only.  A Montreal despatch say.< that thc  Trackmen's committee will present  their schedule during the latter part  of the week. It will ndl differ  materially from the one presented  last year, The same increases'in wages  .will be asked.  Nothing too Good for the Irish.  The smoking concert given by the  Irish Social and Benevolent Society on  Monday evening, St. Patrick's Day,  may, without irony, be well termed a  howling success. * It - is generally  admitted to have been one of the very  finest things of thu kind ever held in  lhe citv and the hope is general that it  will be repeated hefoie long. The  Selkirk hull was well filled at an early  hour- and from the moment when  President Downie, announced Mr.  Uunne as chairman of the evening,  nothing was too good for the Irish and  their numerous friends present. There  was "piles of everything" and "under  CheA=circnmstances!i-it-*.v:is_only_to_he_  expected that a most ".enjoyable evening should be spent. The proceedings  opened with the National Anthem and  closed with it too���������an Irishman" does  nothing by halves. The programme  was too lengthy to be reproduced here,  that is the only excuse thisjamily  journal offers for not printing it|ver-  brtlim, but it was so good that it  seemed all too short when it was over.  Representatives of all nationalities���������  lhe IrWhmjni is always cosmopolitan-  took Him platform and.even if a Chink  bad happened lo look in, so geniul was  the mode of the hosts, he would without doubt have had to do his turn.  There wn*! moi** than the smoke in the  mom that, you could cut with a knife  and that was the lie that binds men in  good fellowship and good humor when  at home with eauy, graceful hosts.  The Hkhai.ij bespeak* for the Irishman's dance on April 2:id, which is  lheir next public appearance, a liberal  patronage for it know*! it ensures to  ils readers an equally liberal amount  of .-.njoymetit.  entertainment,as also the closing  comedy "German Town on the Hudson" which-'intinduced the famous  Fiechtl quartette of "Tyrolean Warblers" supported by the entity company  andthe little Troubadours cake walk  was loudly applauded. _ Tonight the  company gives its farewell pmform]  ance and there will be -a complete  change of programme.  AGAINST  COLD  Lots of things in stock to pre  vent colds and to cure them.  Some to t*j,ke before the illness  gets a firm grip, some to relieve  the suffering when in tho hoik  and somo to restore the patient"  to normal health.  OUR DRUGS  AND MEDICINES  Are in excellent condition and  everything is fresh and reliable.  No old and impotent thing in  this stock. No high prices  either.  SENECA COUCH SYRUP  Our Spcclnlty.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  Brown Bluet. Telephone H8.  Otto   Fiechtl's   Comic   Players  Otto Fiet-htl's Comic Player's were  greeted by a full house last evening in  Lhc opera house. With the exception  of the opening farce "Peck's Sl,vS Boy,  alias Johnny Riley," there was not a  dull mimher on the piogrnmme, an  could be seen by the loud applause  which greeted the performers.  Miss Nellie Goodwin was well  appreciated in her aongs and clever  (lancing. Bert Wiggin, a humorous  Irish comedian and Fanny Wiggin, an  artistic vocalist, wen: exceptionally  good.  The two little Troubadours gave the  prison scene from "II Trov.it ore' very  well and responded to two encores.  The Manbatten trio wero well  received and compelled to respond to  itu encore.  Tho Itoyiil iMiiriorieltes proved an  interesting   part,     of    the     evening'*  Order Your  Printing  from thc  HERALD  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Oflice  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS    .  ENVELOPES     "  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AHD DODGER  PRINTING  A SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  GElsTEBAL   MEROHAIiTTS.  THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY  of th-E TJnsriTEr) states."/  Outstanding Assurance Dec. 31, 1001..!? 1,170,270,725 00  ��������� New Assurance Issued in 1001  .245,012.087,00  Income  J 'fri^TOS 04  Assets, Dec. 31, 1001 '7.'7.   .... 331,030,720 34*-  Assurance Fund and all other liabilities 250,010,078 28,.  Surplus. !.....,.....,.'.'........, 71,120,012 00  Paid Policyholders in 1001  27,714,621 42 >  JAMES W. ALEXANDER,  JAMES H. HYDE,  President.  Vice-President  H. ALLEMBER0, Spokane,  F.B. LEWIS,  Manager..  District Agent.  (gay (������)(j!g))^9^)) 8������y 6������8  fc-^vrf  TAIL AND WINTER SUIflNdS;  You will find in our-Tailor Shop a '.--.  very elaborate variety of Fall and. -  Winter   Suitings and   you'll   find '"  "workmen wKbVfe^c6m~petentttb~make=iTup -any-'of-these^  Suitings exactly fo your liking.    .We* do not employ,  cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods that. could,  possibly depreciate our excellent. reputatibnV.    We.can-'  not compete with sweat shop ready-made "clothes when ���������  .price is the sole consideration,, but'.wher. style-and fit;  and wear are duly considered, we can "arid do compete  with all ready-made goods, and all other tailors.  ,    Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  Jp The  Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.  The' largest stock of the latest WATCHES,'  CLOCKS,   RINGS.   SILVER WARE,   CUT;  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc..  P^MiHlaVilflT  My'many years*.experience enables me to buy  goods  at the-right  prices,  enabling ihe' to  - - '     sell to the public at reasonable prices.  fly    \ffi  J.  C3-TJY  B.A.K/BEK;.  - .WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.  SIBBALD & FIELD;  ���������A.GKEnsri'S  E*OSt.'  C. P. R. TOWNSITK.  MABA TOWNSITE.  GKHBARD TOWNSITE.  QAUBOKNE TOWNSITE,  Canada Permanent' i Western  Real Estate  FIN ANfl AT -\      Canada Mortga__e,Corporatlon.  * *���������*' ra.ll V**"   . Equitable Saving* Loan and Building Association.*  Insurance  /"imperial Fire.      Caledonian Fire.  Atlai Fire. I  I Canadian Fire.   Mercantile Flre.    Northern Fire.  ���������{Guardian Flre:  Manchester Fire.-'*Great West Life.    <  I Ocean. Accident and'Guarantee.- Confederation Life  = {.Canadian Accident Assurance Co:'. Connecticut Fire I  COAL FOR SALE,  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVBVANC1NQ.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Public.  BEVELSTOKE. B. C  CHAS. M. FIELD.  .*>*-.


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