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Array joLUCL  Vol   V.  No   1^0  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY    MARCH 26   1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  OUR SPECIALTY  We are the largest buyers  of GROCERIES in the  North Kootenay, and are  therefore able to offer the  very best goods produced  in the world at the very  lowest prices. Although  times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very encouraging  to us.  This year we have made  arrangements which will  enable us to give our customers better prices than  ever before. ,. "  FISH  BARGAINS  This week we are  offering  some good bargains in fish:  MACHONOCHIE  ���������-Kippered Herring���������in tins  ���������Plain,' Shrimp & Tomato  ��������� "sauce.  BLOATERS  In Tins. . .  . 20c. each.  Canned .Smoked Salmon,") iCr  "      Halibut j-Ul  '���������        Fresh " j per tin  Mackerel in Kits.  Labrador Herring���������half Bar'ls  Salmon Bellies���������ioo lb. Kegs.  We. are receiving weekly  shipments of Smoked Kippered Herring, Bloaters,  Halibut and Salmon.  Stock Fish Always in Stock  HONEY!  HONEY!!  We have  received a large  ' shipment of the Chilliwack  -=^-Honey,-thc-geriuine article.-  TEAS!!  COFFEES!!  Our Sales in'.these lines  have been very encouraging. Having very nearly  .. doubled, in the past year.  RAM.LAL'S, as a package  Tea, has.no equal.  We also carry  FIVE O'CLOCK  BEN HUR  BLUE RIBBON  UPTON'S  Pure   Mocha     and    Java  -   and   '.'...Our  Own  Blend "  are the favorites.  des-  now  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  R.   Stoovos,     lornierly   train  patchei*    at    Cranbrook,      is  proprietor of an hotel at frank.  The tracklayers on the new wind  from Furnie to Jennings, Montana,  are now working on this side of the  bouudary line.  Tho C.P.R. freight ofllccs at Winnipeg were destroyed by lire Saturday  night last, but many of tbe important  books were saved in the vaults. The  freight sheds were saved.  J. II. Carter, lately an officer on the  Rossland, wont through on Friday last  accompanied by Mrs. Carter, for Kobe,  Japan, whon Mr. Carter has taken tha  position of shipping agent for the  Tasanin Mineral "Water Company.  John B. Coultbard, of Clearwater,  who was refused reinstatement after  the Truckmen's strike last summer,  has been taken on again and is now at  work as pumper. The t_uest.ion of  wages for the interval is in the hands  of the protective board now in  Montreal.  H. 3. Logan, Conservative M. P. for  Cumberland, N. 13., has given notice  of tha following motion in the  Commons;���������"That, considering the  general prosperity of Canada the  minimum wages to bo paid trackmen  and other laborers on the Government  system of railway should be at least  ono dollar and'a. ball' per day.  At the spring assizes at Kingston  last week, the first case was that of the  King vs. John Hayes, of Aden, wbo  was charged with interfering with and  intimidating trackmen at Ardendale  station, on June 2S, 1901, during lhe  Canadian Pacific railway strike. A  ihiy*and a, half was spent in considering,the ease. -The jury - returned a  verdict of.guilty with a strong recommendation to mercy.  ���������"���������-.-  Following on tlitf'aiTefjiruuil-punishment" of Luke. Keogh," the C. P. B.'  parlor car conductor; comes the arrest  of !_,, Cote; of - the ^Victoria hotel,  Quebec, on tbe cbargo of illegally-  selling railway tickets for strips on the  Canadian Pacific.^ Ile was brought  before the police magistrate "Friday  and fined $2o ��������� and costs, and it it-  announced the punishment will_ grow  with each conviction until the maxi  mum is reached.  The .Winnipeg Telegram says that  the C. P. B. officials there state that  tha loss to the company by the recent  storm will not be covered by $1,000,000.  The storm began on Friday, 11th inst.,  and it wa3 a week and more before  .trains on some of the local branches in  Manitoba turned up in Winnipeg  with dead engines and a uiob  of hungry ' passengers. Whole  carloads of slock are reported as  frozen to death while en route.  Themembeis of the Board ot Adjustment - for the Brotherhood of  Railway Trainmen >*n the C.P.R., who  were in annual session in Montreal  have finished their labors,  The follow-  locomotives. Mr. Baker has given tin  additional order for twenty -passenger  coaches, bringing the spring order up  to half a hundred cars.  ������The 'engineers and firemen on the  Grand Trunk Railway system are  evidently desirous of sharing with  other workers anything in the shape  of increased wages. Their agreement  with the company, however, does no!  evpire until September the first, and.  according to one article in it, they  must give the company at least three  months'notice of any change desired,  lt therefore becomes necessary for  them to get their petition before the  nutnagenient hy May 1. There i*.  considerable activity, therefore, al  present among the men with a view to  suiting forth the requirements by that  time. All is not lovely on the road,  and there are many things that they  will try to remedy besides the question  uf wager. Many of tlie firemen have  got it inlo their heads that an effort is  being made to break up their brotherhood.  Van Charmed and Chained.  Ivan A. liMson. the retii ing manager  of the Hume hotel, was the recipient  of a handsome present, on Thursday  evening, on the eve of his departure  for Ferguson. It was a testimonial of  J. Fred Lltune,- and the employes of  the hotel and consisted of a handsome  solid gold chain aud charm. The  presentation was made at the request  of the employes by' W, G. Browne,  who made a ne.it speech in which he  told of the pleasant relations which  existed between .Mr. Edson and the  employes since he became connected  with the Home, and of the deservedly  high esteem with which he was held  by eveiyone, and wishing him success  in his new field of endeavor in Ferguson, where Mr. Edson is embarking in  the hotel business. Jlr. Edson was so  taken by surprise ' that he could  scarcely reply, but said he was very  grateful for lhe presents and promised  lo cairy'the tokens of friendship ns  long* as he" lived, and concluded by  heartily thanking his friends. Mr.  Edson and wife left Friday evening  for Ferguson.���������Nelson Miner.  S.O.E.  ���������. At llie l^lccUnp; e>������   T-oJpj., ll������.2-.,lt j._ C  O.E.B.S. held last niglit it was resolved  to communicate with the mayor and  council, asking them In'call a public  meeting to discuss ways and means  for holding a worthy celebration in  Revelstoke on Coronation Dav, June  20l1i.  ���������Boots and shoes���������a full  jtock���������at Reid & Young's.  line���������good  PASSED THE  The Redistribution Bill Passed  Its Second Reading Last  Night but Will be the Subject  Of a Fight in Committee.  "VicnuiiA, March !2(J���������The provincial  legislature passed the second reading  of iini redistribution bill, increasing  representation from 38 to 12, yesterday. The opposition intend In put up  a -strong fight against Iho increase in  membership in commitlee, when the  reiii debate on the details of thu bill  will Uko place. The rearrangement of  West Kootenay is anothor feature of  the acl which will call for considerable  discussion, particularly with regard to  the'proposed disposal of tbe southern  portion of ' the Bevelstoke riding,  including the Lardeau and Fish River  camps, The opposition favor the  creation of,a uew riding which will  take these camps in with the Slocan,  extending as far south as Robson and  east to Lardo.  .  Spring Millinery Opening.  .The grand millinery opening  announced in previous issues of the  ILeualb took' place on Monday at the  Madison Parlors and was a. brilliant  affair. The artistic neatness and good  judgment exercised in the arrangement of the new goods made them  show to the best advantage and  reflect much credit on the management.  Ono of the, most striking styles of  the season and one- greatly admired  ���������was a Leghorn with drooping back  and front, draped very effectively with  white chiffon and white applique, a  large white tip drooping over the side,  faced with a large bow of. white ^ satin  ribbon.. .    -  Another entirely new style is the  flower hat, which- will be much in  evidence this spring. A particularly  rDiAUiiufj cootion i������ a. lartje loo_ue_iJ  the new linen shade trimmed .with  'straw braid and black" passementrie.  - Amongst the most fashionable,  apart from, the brightly flbwer-  Irimnied examples of tbe milliners'  art,'are shown many handsome white  hats trimmed with black and all black,  the latter giving an opportunity, for a  fine. ��������� display    of    artistic   trimming.  There aro all styles of hats, from tho  more brilliant down to the modish  ready to wears, that are always in  evidence. Tho flat trimming is certainly in demand this season. Some of  the leading features in trimming are  tlio linen drapes, fancy silk drapes,  large roses, varigated foliage, also  the pom pom efi'ect. An effective  combination noticed was tho linen  shade and pink, with cherry blossoms,  Thu.Misses Shepard and Bell havo  also some vory pretty Misses' and  chiidrens' hats aud the baby window  should not be overlooked hy tho  Kevelstoke ladies and no one should  allow the opportunity to pass without  paying a visit to this brilliantly  arranged store.  I. O. O. F. Ball.  Come and have a good time ou  April the first at the Oddfellows' Ball,  in Selkirk Hall. Tickets $2. Ladies  free. Tickets to bo had at tho different  stores.   J. Matuie, Secretary,  Why This Thusness ?  On Thursday last in the local legis  lature Mr. Taylor asked the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works the following question:���������  1. What was the rate of wages paid  to foremen, laborers and rockrnen,  respectively, on government roads and  trails in the [Bevelstoke riding during  last season ?  '2. What was the rate of wages paid  to foremen, laborers and rockrnen,  respectively, on government roads and  trails in the Slocan riding during last  teason ?  5.. If any difference in rates of  wages in Slocan and Bevelstoke ridings, why ?  The Hon. Mr. Wells replied as  follows : ' '  "].   Foremen, $3.50; laborers, $2.a0.  "2. Foremen, $3.50 and. $1.00;  laborers. $2.75 and $3.C 3..  "3. Because the rates of wages were  understood lo be the current wages in  the districts mentioned,"  Cosgrove's Orchestra.  ' "This is to certify that on the even  ing of September 24, 1001, Cosgrove's  Orchestra gave'a concert and dance at  the opera house under the "auspices of  Waubana Temple,- No. 20, Rathbone  Sisters. The orchestra was most  enthusiastically-received by the large  audience present, each member'of .the  orgauization'prov'ing'liimself to be --an  artist. The dance that followed; waa  well patronized and all of the participants were delighted with the excellence of the music rendered." . The  above is one of. scores -of -similar  testimonials to the excellence of the  entertainment.which, is booked here  for next AVednosday evening; April  2nd, under the auspices of the Irish  Social and Benevolent Society.  , ���������������i���������   i:������,n������.i.WtUJlJ>CT!3Hn  ing officers have been' elected for  ensuing year:     T. J. Coughlin,  ���������  GOOD SERVICE  The Best Goods at the  LOWEST PRICES  * Means satisfaction to Our  Customers and . an ever increasing business for us.  C B HUME- & (0  the  Vaiir  (.���������Oliver, chairman; E. E. Eddy. North  Buy, vice-chairman, and XV. J. Rath,  Ottawa, secretary. The Board of  Adjustment for the Brotherhood of  Railway Conductors on lhe C.P.R. will  meet in Montreal iu Jane.  G. W. Brownlee, superintendent of  the Grand Trunk, with headquarters  at the Bonaventure station, Montreal,  has left for Detroit tof succeed F. W.  Egan in the western superintendency,  the latter having resigned in order to  join J. M.- Herbert, the geneial manager of the Denver k Rio Grande.  Mr. Herbert was formerly superintendent of the Grand Trunk m  Montreal, and since he left, has taken  away several Grand Trunk men, who  are now with him on the mountains.  Mr. Brownlee's place as superintendent  of the eastern division has been filled  by the appointment of M.S. Blaikluck,  who is travelling engineer,  D. McNicholl, second vice-president  and general manager of the Canadian  Pacific railway, and XV. R. Baker,  assistant to Mr. McNicholl, held a  conference at Montreal last week wilh  Mr. Vautelet land Mr. Goldmark  regarding the shops about to be  erected at Hechelaga. The number of  buildings has not yet been decided  upon, but from present appearance  there will be at least 12 or 1*1. Mr  "Vautelet, acting chief engineer, says  it will probably be a fortnight or three  weeks yet before a final plan is decided  upon. The largest building of all will  be the mat-bine and boiler shop about  a quarter of a mile iu length. The  general plan will be after that of the  Lake Shore & Michigan Central shops,  which wero closely inspected by Mr.  Goldmark, and are admitted to be the  finest on tho continent, compact and  equipped wilh the most modern  appliances for erecting both cars and  -E  ASTER IS'HERE, and with it comes   the thought of a,  New Dress���������a theme���������the mere mention of which strikes  -a-responsive^chord-in-cver-y-feminine^heart. - -.- - ��������� -  *  We are ready to serve you with a showing* that excels every  previous season's effort, a showing that trained taste has chosen,  expert knowledge has bought and artistic hands have arranged for  you. Our long acquaintance with your tastes and wishes, our  enlarged stocks, our greatly increased facilities have enabled us to  make a display that will be the most artistic and economical expression of your every thought.  Never in the history of our business career have we been able  to place before the fair sex of Revelstoke such an array of exquisite  new creations as will be shown here this Season.  DAINTY WAISTS  Dainty Waists of Silk, Muslin, Cotton, etc., made in the  newest ways. <.  NEAT AND DRESSY WALKING SKIRTS.  In Cloth and Silk, perfect hanging and thc best of workmanship.  IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.  Throughout the Store you'll lind them  filled  to  overflowing  with new things.  NEW DRESS GOODS AND SILKS  In all the latest and best weaves.  NEW WASH DRESS GOODS  In all the'new sheer effects, colorings ancl designs.  NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS  In all the'Latest Eastern and European novelties.  NEW    LACES   AND   EMBROIDERIES,   EDGINGS,     INSERTIONS  AND ALOVERS.  NEW NECKWEAR, RIBBONS AND GLOVES.  NEW BELTS  In all the latest designs in Straw, Silk and Velvet.  NEW HOSIERY  In Plain and Fancy Designs.  REID & TOUNG  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  i)."i students at Moscow have been  exiled lo Siberia and 5U7 imprisoned1  as a result of thc recent liots there.  Lord Kitchener wires tils usual  wuokly report of captures, etc., but  doea not mention the Schilkbnrger  incident.  Usuli Siilauiou Twus found guilty of  murdering his 'wife yesterday and  sentenced to be hanged on May 27th at  Winnipeg.  A movement ia on foot in labor  circles at Toronto to establish a  defence fund to assist union men in  case of lockouts.  Cuba will be granted complete  independence on May 20th next, wliich  will also be the Inauguration Day for  president elect Pahna.  As the result of the caving in of a  bank of earth at the plant of tbe  Cleveland, Ohio, Gus Co., six laborers  are dead and another injured.  British and continental- steamship  lines have, .reached au .agreement  whereby    passenger     rates, will    be  ml vaneed on'April 1st.   '  t ...     , *.   - -  Cecil Rhodes was weaker at midnight than at any time during his  illness but rallied early this.'morning  and took nourishinenc. ,. *, ..,,.*  '* Heavy seas are running, in the  English channel and Queen Alexandra  has been compelled to postpone her  departure foi* Copenhagen.''        ���������'���������  ��������� Count M. Matsukata, twice premier  of Japan and finance minister of the  country.for li years, has arrived'at  Victoria on a pleasure trip.  ' Between* Saturday afternoon and  Monday morning eightTColonist' trains  arrived at "Winnipeg from the east*  with settlers for the Northwest.  'Messages have been passing between  thc British and Canadian governments'  with reference, to sending more  Canadian troops to South Africa.  While the Prince and Princess of  Wales were attending the launching  of a new battleship at Chatham  yesterday,,a gunner, who was firing a  salute, had both his arms blown off.  The Japanese authorities are seizing '  properties of foreign residents distraining them for house tax,  which  many  foreigners have not paid.    The Japs  will not accept payment under protest.  . A contract has been closed with a  Seattle (inn for the raising of the  steamer Islander, which was lost off  the Lynn canal last August. The  operations will commence immediately.  -^HVIiss-Boise"���������a��������� protege���������of��������� Carrie-  Nation, horsewhipped Mayer Parker  in his office at the City hall, Topeka,  Kans.. on Monday, accusing him of  being responsible,, for the wide open'  joints.  The Daily Chronicle asserts that an  armistice has been arranged, pending  the duration of the Schalkburger  mission lo Dewet and that offensive  operations against Dewet and Botha  will be suspended. Also that these  two generals have agreed to observe  the armistice until the return.of the  envoys to the Boer lines.  Sir George Goldie, who' has just'  returned from Africa, where he made  a careful study, of the situation and  interviewed many officials, says that  trouble will be given to the British  authorities for a good while and that  it will require 100,OCO armed men to be  stationed in South Africa after the  war ceases.. He advocates un  amnesty to the rebels, but disenfran-  chisement for life and that only the  English language shall be used in the  courts, etc.  Now that a substantial drill hall is  practically assured, it seems a. pity  that thVrifle company cannot start up  until the uniforms, rifle*, etc., are  collected and inspected by the district  ofiicer commanding. Cupt. Taylor has  repeatedly called for them and has  even paid a man to go round collecting  them. But there are still 18 uniforms,  great coats, hats, belts and poaches  out, together with one rifle and four  side arms. Anyone who has in his  possession any of these articles should  in honor bound hand them in at. once,  as a large fine can be imposed if they  are found in their possession.   ' faucl$toI\* i[m\\\ ami ^itilwuu  <rt  ^tit's Jmmial.  riiiiii-iivd Hv  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Ll.ibility.  A. JOHNSON,  MiuiHglng lilrcelnr.  A Seinl-lVi-i-hlv Jiiiiriuil .iul.liHlu.il in llie  interests ol llio riitluuv mull. mining muii iiml  lui-diie1"- men nl llu.* Weil. Dnys of l'ublU'iitloii  Wudnesduy mul smni.liiy.  .\iivi:uii.*>iM! iuri:s.  Disi'luv ftilH..?l.a> P*T I1"'1': fcli>K><" eiiliimii,  t2 pur fncli whon liiioricil "ii ill u ljiiKi'  ��������� l.C'Kftl mis., Ill cents nur Ini'li (iioii|hii;IuII line  for Hrst Insertion; fi coins for eneli nddiiioiii I  liisarlion. Uiriil notices 1" cents per lins ciicli  l*,*.ue. lilrlli, ilurriiiKu mid Deiiili Nollccs  /rue.  srnsciuiTioN it.vrns.  I1vtim.1I or currier, fi per nnmiiii-, if I .'Jo tor  tdx months, strictly 1" lulvunco.  OUH JOll IlKl'AUTMKST.  "Is one ol llie best equipped printing ollices in  the West und prepared to execute nil kinds ol  /���������rlntliiR In llrstcliiss style nl honest prices.  One price to nil. No job too liime-iione m  ���������.mull���������for im. Mull orders promptly intended  to.   Ciivo us u trial on your next order.  10 COItlll.nl'ONPlINIS.  Wo Invllc corrcpoiidciici on uny subject  of I.UeVi. io il,i"e!,enil public. In nil cases  the burnt 11 iit* num.* of the wriler must iicconi-  J.uiiv iniiuuscrlpl, but noi neeessiirily lor  publication.  Aiidrem nil coiniiniiilcntloiis'to llie Manager"  NOTICE TO COIinnSI-OSIIKSTS.  1.���������All corre.iponilence iiuist be Ictill-ly  written on one side of tlio paper only.  2.���������Correspondence containing personal  mutter must bu signed with tlie proper name  ol Hie writer.  G. E. GROG AX,  Editor.  AVedxishday, Maucii 20,1002.  A    TRIFLE   FARFETCHED.  Mv. 'Walter Mohcrlev, C. E��������� is a  gentleinnn, whose acquaintance with  western Canada is so complete and of  such long standing that any utteiunce  on the subject coming from him .must  necessarily carry considerable weight.  But the Hkrald is fairly non-plusscd  what fo make of tbe following statement in a letter signed by him in a  recent issue of the Province. .Mr.  Moberley i.s a supporter of the Dims-  inuir contract with, the Canadian  Northern, which transaction this  letter is intended to defend, lu the  course of bis remarks he says:  "As regards tbe government subsidy  of $1,800,000 for the portion of the  railway in British Columbia, as 1  mentioned in a former letter to you, it  can in all fairness be regarded as being  British Columbia's assistance lo help  the contractors to build tho railwny  through tbe barren muskeg and  uninhabitable country tlj.it extends  for upward* of 300 miles west of  Princ Albeit and which portion is  required in order to give the province  the advantage of Messrs. Mackenzie <fc  Mann's magnificent system of enstern  railways to obtain a northern competitive transcontinental railway that  will develop lhc whole province to the  north of that seel ion which is served  by the Canadian Pacific Kailway."'  "Upwards of 300 milos west of Prince  Albert"   would   take   one   not   into a  "barren   muskeg   and    uninhabitable  country"   but   into    a    district,   into  which settlers are now /locking by the  hundred, since llie experience of  their  predecessors, who have   already  filled  it up  like a bottle as far back east of  thc railway at Edmonton as is possible  "to  haul   in   grain,   souis  filly or sixty  miles, has proved it to be the greatest  farming section  on  the continent of  _Amei*ica,_Hhei'e_L-,_Lt_i-_U_ue,.a_pQrtiQn_  of the  territory of Assiniboia���������about  100 miles���������lying west of Prince Albert  as   fur   as   Baltleford, whicli is of   no  great account  but  that   is all,   which  can be even remotelv  fairly described  as     ''barren"    and    "uninhabitable."  while tbe  Saskatchewan Valley   wesi  from   Batlleford   to   50   or   00    miles  beyond'  Edmonton   this   way   is   not  surpassed as a miscd farming country,  by any section in America.    They   are  at this very lime  shipping  oats   from  'the Saskatchewan valley to every part  of Canada, even as far as Cape  Breton  and they are expacting an immigration  of 50,000 people in to it in  1002,   which  has been attiacted solely  by  a  record  of good crop������ and high prices obtained  in the country for the nn'.t five  or six  years bund   running.      There   is   certainly   no   need   for Mr. Diinsniiiir to  band   Messrs.    Mackenzie    k     Mann  SI,$00,000 to build  n   railway  through  that portion of  tlwir  route.     If  tbey  don't, somebody else very quickly will.  If   Mr.   Moberley   bad   snid   that, iti  order to fulfil their pledge   of  a  gran I  of 25  million  aci'CM to the C. P. It., as  part payment for the  construction  of  onr   national   transcontinental    road,  the   Canadian   government,   had  permitted tbe company to select the  best  farming lands  in   the  Territories and  that the comnany having  deliberately  made their choice in the very  section,  which   he    describes   as   barren    and  uninhabitable,   with    such    sweeping  effect that there is hardly now left an  acre   available   to   be   given   away to  anybody and lhat in  consequence  no  road building through it can  possibly  receive any grant of eligible land from  thu Dominion  anywhere  within Trom  IiI*l_y lo a hundred 'miles of ils right  ol  way,   lli.it   would   be   a   kind   of an  argument,    which   would   be   nl. once  true  and   much   more  lo  the point iu  favtir uT tin* Diiiism.iir  ileal.     Saskatchewan   valley   can   ih ver lie asked lo  I'onti'ihule     any     more      land      for  Dominion     or     nnv     other    railway  piirpuE.es.    Tlie C.I1.It.hns corralled all  the f.'irni-ng land worth having except  the lanilt. leiii'i'i'i'd Inr  I'ree  entry.      ll  might  lliciel'oie,   peril,tpy,   reasoning  aking Mr. Muherley's lino of argument,  be   plausibly   advanced   thai   as    the  Saskatchewan     valley      had      given  everything  in   sight   lo help build the  C.P.U. through liritish Columbia, it is  now up to llii.i province  to  turn   over  the eight million  acres  of  llie   U.in:--  inuir deal, wliich is  ubout,  every  acre  immediately    aviilnble,   not standing  up   on   one   end,   to   help   build    lhe  Canadian Northern through lhe  Saskatchewan valley.  The argument is however one, which  is  not  very  likely   to  win over many  adherents    to    the    l>nnsuiuir    deal,  whicli is tliu object of   Mr.   Moberley'i*.  letter.     Anil   us   to   the   rest   of   his  argument**! the 20  million  tics,   which  are   going   lo   be   cul,   the  $!?,175,200  which labor is going  to derive  from  cutting them, llie half million revenue  whicli the government is going  to gel  out. of  the. operation  nnd  tlie 00 per  cent addition to tlie population, wliich  tlie railway is   to   give   the   province  during  the   ilrst   three   years   of   its  construction, tlie advent of all  these  good   Ihings*,   whicli   for   tho sake of  argument tho 11uk.yl.I3 will concede to  Mr.   Moberley,   is   not   iu   the    least  degree  dependent on   the   successful  engineering   of 'the    Dunsniuir    deal  through thc legislature.   They  would  have   come   in   equal    measure    had  Mackenzie & Mann been permitted to  build their line to the coast at or near  Port Simpson, as   was   their   original  intention.    Tho fact, that these gentlemen consent to take  nearly $2,000,000  and   S,000,000  acres   in   order   to   go  through lhe motions  of  making  Victoria a transcontinental terminus  bus  no bearing on this part of the  subject  one way or   the   other.   They' would  have had to cut ties, lo pay  wages  lo  the   cutters   and   stumpage    to    the  government   in   order   to   build their  road   through   Ibis   province   to    the  Pacific, even   if   il   had never entered  Mr. Dunsniiiir's head to give   them   a  dollar or an acre.    Mr. Moberley   is   a  great   deal more" at home in   liuiilinf**  out the best location for a railway line  than  he   is in thinking up  convincing  arguments in support of a scandalous  railwav transaction.  -  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune  The foundation should be laid by buying Heal Estate in the new Town <>f  Situate right at the Doors of all the Famous Fish Crees. Gold Mines.  ,      FIFTEEN minute."  1      walk from Main St,  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to the mouth ofthe big  5,500 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR   OPPORTUMTY  is now to  buy  at  the  bottom figures and you will get  the advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  Some More Paete-���������!'^'^  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wide WeBt, 'Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties that will advertise the Fish Greek  Camp, in B, C.  THTRTY minutes   walk   will   take, you   to th������  Famous Eva, Imperial and Oyster Groups.  INVESTIGATE AND YOU  WILL  BE  PREPARED TO TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN A FEW DAYS.  K B. LEWIS.  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B  A., TX.ll.  nnrristur,      Solicitor,   Notary  l-'irit Street, Kevelstoke.  Money tulonu.  .Public,   Etc.  ���������tlAUYJiY, M'CAIITER *<c PINKHAM  I'.nrrlsler-s, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors Ior Imperial Hunk ol Caniiilft.  Coinpanv funds to loan nt8 percent.  1'utST Stkket, Itevclstoke 15. C.  REDISTRIB UTION.  SOCIETIES.  <������E__s>  Canadian Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  BASTI30UND     8:20  WESTBOUND  17:30  SOUTHBOUND......    8:10  R.'d .Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdivvs of each month; White Rosi* Tiegreo  meets third TucmIiiv ol each quarter, in Oddfel-  lown Hull.   Visiting brethren welcome  G.E. GKOOAN. HY. EDWARDS,  President. Hon. Secretary.  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Tuesdays ancl Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  The] I eh ALU is glad tliul tii*  opposition lias inside up their minds to figlil  the proposed increase in the  membership ot Lhe legislature, from  3S  to  -12,  to a finish.    We helieve ourselves   for  that matter that the old number of 25  would  satiufy  all   the  reasonable   re-  t|iiircments of a  population  of  177,000  and that decroase instead  of increase  is raally  what  is   nocded.    The  plan  which sinca 1SSC has  every now and  again been adopted  of increasing   the  membership first  to   27.   then   to 33,  then to 33. and now to -12, is simply a  device to stave off an unpleasant duty.  It is a plan which, if carried on  in  its  present preposterous  proportions, will  ���������by--Ll*.e-riiV!e-onr-populat:on_rea������liss^a.  million give us 237   member*   in   the  British Columbian legislature, or .more  than there are at present in   the Dominion house.    This  addition   of four  members   represents   an   addition   of  $3,200 n year to  our  current  erpnndi  ture, which is more than in tha pr-wenC  condition   of   our    finances   vre     can  afford     for     a     totally   unnecessary  luxury.    The   HliBAf.!")   hour***,   to 'see  the proposal bucked to a i'.-.Mi   hythc  oppoiition,    Wc   niT:d    rudisli ii-uliou '  badly enouirb. bui we .'���������> no> nurd nny  old kind   of   ri-dii'.ribution   Tubbed   i*1T ;  on us.  "With ivj_.ii".1. tn Ih������> rr*r>onRtt-is':ii<iii of i  the bnunilarii'5 r.i our own riding a*!  outlined in the axA, Tin-  IIKIUI.H   it   of!  the opinion lhat il   n>'e<l">  fonsicU'rabb* j  i  ������������������r*(*r,iis*i(!e!'.ir,;o.i.     In tho fa"t place t,*i> j  have   alwav*.   s>ii*eniiriii.-jlv    contended I  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  Rop-nlar meetings are held in the  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Fridav of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiiinir hrethren cordially invited  A.-.1JHNSON, Vi. M  "\V. G. BIRNEY, Rcc.-Sec.  CHURCHES  METHODIST CH1jKr.Il, IKVELSTOKE.  1-rcacliine services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m  Cla-s meetinK at the close of the morning  service Sabbath School and Bible Class al3:3t)  Weelc'lv Praver Meeting every "Wednesday  evening at 7:.J0. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Rev. O. Ladseb, Fastor.  ST.  TETEP. S CHUUCII, ANGLICAN.  Eight a.m., Holv Eucharist; 11 a.m., ma'>,  t-itony and sermon (Holy Eucharist lirst-Sun-  dav in the month); 2:3o Sunday school, or  children's service; 7:S0 Evensong (choral) and  .���������craon. Holv Days���������The Holy Eucharist Is  "celebrated at 7 a.m. or S a.m., as announced.  Holv Baptism after Sunday School at3:15.  C. A. PBOCUNIER. ReCtOT.  -TEESBTTEBT A>i-CHt;F.Cir. -  =er\ ice everv Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to'Vhleh all arc welcome. Prayer meeting at  8 n. m. every Wednesday. '  op.      *������vj rev. \V. C. Calder, Pastor.  ROMAN CATIIOLrC CHURCH.  Mr.*u*   at 10:30 a. m.,   on   first,   necond and  fr/urili Sunday** ln the month.  KEV.   FATHER   THAYER.  fcALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting every night In their  null on Front  Street.    H  EDWARD  TAXI DRUMf������T.  DEER HEADS, BIIUiS. Ere. MOUNTED,  Eiir*. *c:i������an-*'I nnd In**fl!r<*.l.  "fir KAsT OF   I'KESBY'IEI'.i.'.::  CHURCH  Third Street.  that (he  northern   boundary  of.,both |  the f.,-!Vcli!oke and  Kootenay, or as (he new Act calls  the Columbia, riding. should  be extended as far north as the  53rd pniullel of l-ttilude, em bracing  the whole valley of tho Ganoe River  and the Yellowhead Pass, west of lha'  summit, of tbe Rockies. This di-;trii:t  ia one which i.*. being exploited chiefly  by Ravelsloki* and Golden (enterprise  and is (juitu outside of tho Ciriboo  sphere of inllucricc, from which it is  cut off by tbo itlino.st im passable  barrier of the Gold range, perhaps the  wildest iind most precipitous mountain  range in the province. Tha people  who am doing the work of development in the district should have all the  ,.-*,. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  tbo  North  East! AND ASSAYER.  ' ftnynl s<*!,r.',I,,( M-r,.-*.. London,    reven yearfi  ' at   Morfa   Work**,  .-,'jrt.iir'rA.     17   ytrtxr?   Cb'el  ! flhTnlit   to Wiap.n *":oal an'! Iron Co.,   Kng,  Eat.* f"hcniI*!:a-Tl A^n'yer, Hall Minos, Ltd.  Claims examined and reporte'I u;^in.  '-"   Ferguson. B.C.  FREE BUR MEETS ALL THA1S8.  FIRST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  HKATED BY. HOT AIR.  REASONABLE KAT&0.  Hotel Victoria  Brown & Guerin, Props,  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY, ROOM.  HOURLY STREET OAR  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  BAR WELL SUPPLIED BY THE CHOICEST  ' WINES,  LIQUORS AND CIOAR8  Now  LOW-RATE-TIGKETS -  on Sale i'roni Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS  FROM* VANCOUVER  TO���������  TO���������-  -CHINA,  -AUSTRALIA  JAPAN,  ALASKA  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  For full information, printed  matter, etc., call on or address,'  T. ,W. Bradshaw,  Agent ������  Kevelstoke.  E, J. Coyle. -  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  P.  s & cox  Wholesale and Retail Dealer*  PRIME BEEF,    PORK.    ;Wl)iTON.  - SAUSAGEi  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  Wood for Sale.  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  fo>- Cash.  John Kernaghan  *************************}.  *  *  *  x  *  *  *  *  t  *  *  Baker and  1   Confectioner 1 iraw^  THE  MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  We have purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines and pros- -  pects, and desire to" hear from prospectors and others having' property  tor sale.  . Our facilities for. making quick sales are unrivalled.  Send us reports; also samples of ore for exhibttiou at our Office.  ANGE, LIMITED.  '       NolBon, ���������. O.  T  E MINES EX  P, O. Box 70  II. G. I-ARSON, President.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managing.Dlr.s-.tor"  ���������t^RcvclstttkcrWiii&nM^MtCor  Limited Liability.  Carry a full and complete line of ���������  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, taunts,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry. and Plymouth Gins,  -  Ports, -Sheries, Clarets, Champaffno, Liquera  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  *  t  t  t  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  (Continued on page three.)  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Ttunnin-x t.ctM-ccn /. rro-.vlien.-l. Thomson's  Landing tin'! Corr.ftj.Iix, i'Oi:iin.-nf'in^ Octol-r  I Itli, 19*11, trill -"nil kb lollowi, iviailmr pormlt-  tiin.:  Loiivlni. Arro-.vlipnd for Tlinm������nnN Landing  nnd Comni.li.x  twif'-'clnily���������lDk. mid 15k.  Leaving (.omaplix nml TIirim<*oir<i Lnnrlinp  for Arrowliond IwIpp dully ���������7:1.1knnd 12:II">k  Milking cloie conned ions with ull C. P. R.  3te-iiners and Trrtln-i.  Tbeownen reserve llie rl^ht toclinnge times  of snilinRS -vvitliout notifo.  The Fred Robinson,,Lumber Co., Limited  Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  and Railway Street.  ******���������****! I'M ll'l'Vl*******  alex. mclean & co  Agonti for the  Mason &Risch Piano  orrrcr it  J. McLeod's Residence  SF.COND  STREET,   EAST.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Laces and Braids  A lurite rnncc of Point Lace,  Iliiclicss     nnd    Dattcnburi.  Ilrald*i,     Slumped    Design*,  Stamped Llneiib, Kmbroldcry0  Needles, Hooks, iSic.  llcrlin and Zephyr Wooli, all  kliades, Sli]i|ier Soles, Valen-  cleneea Laee, Inhertlon.  Cull at Die _^_.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Pa*et, Prop.   .  MADISON PARLORS.  ���������  Misses Sheppard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oc2i  5������������G������*������s������gx3(ais������j^^  IVUND LET LIVE!!  Please don't try nnd run us  out of town hy sending your  orders east. Wc must nave  your work in order to live.  We depend on you for our  work I Eastern liousea do  not 1. Do not allow yourself  to be roped in by their peddlers XVe also guarantee .  to give you better satisfaction for your money.  S,:   3.   "WIX.S03ST,  Nezt the McCarty Block.)!  Prompt dellrery of parceli, bagiaga, at*.  to any part of tbo city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at R. M. Smyth**7! Tobacco  tore, or by Telephone No. 7 will i*ee������W* prompt  ttention.  Jasi I. Wob&row  Retail Dealer in���������    -  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish aad Gun������ia������SM*oa....  AU ordtn promptly flU*C  ^"^jSSSi. 'EBIBiSSQKB, B.C..  .'������������������';������ *&*090000&J>P0Jf0MMH*9&ltoM*p. *&������0&&������W&J+J>J***P**J������'JM*!*������iHri t**9&J*&*J**J������Jt'+������+JHHUM>&j*&H>*i  The Smelting Centre of the Similkameen Valley. Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by the following resources: Coal, gold, copper, silver and a fine agricultural country. Large Herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a climate almost southern  and all that could be asked.  ASHNOLA is owned and backed by the payroll of the Sirnilkamoen "Valley Coal Compnny, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself ofits success."' The equipment aud development of their coal mines, insfalling  of watar, electric light aud power plants, are already arranged for. Thc development of the * Ashnola Coal  Company's mine by the Eastern Capitalists who have established their payroll at ASHNOLA, niake3 it the  coming city of the interior of British Columbia.  A City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  Lots in Ashnola are safe investments, In Blocks 1 to 4 and 13 to 20 the price will, be advanced 25c. ���������  per month until May 1st,1002, and to ten per .sent, in the remaining blocks. The present price is fro hi $50 to7  $225.   Twenty-five per cent, cash, three, six and nine months without interest.  Arrangement* are already completed for Eight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  tke oompany at Ashnola. 'This work will bs under full headway by May 1st.  Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be bought and were sold at 11 cents. Today they aro  quote*! at $80.00. With the advent of transportation, .Similkameen Vulloy Coal can be delivered at any  point in West Kootenay or Yale* a* cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.   NELSON, B. C.   **0������0MMJ*0#*&900*00P&j^M0i0&m*PW^  ITQTIOE  NOTICE���������That sixty days nfier date I Intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  820 seres of land sitiiateon the Northeast Arm  of Arrow Lako, in the District ol West Kootenay B.C., and desorlboil ns follows:  Commencing from S.W. corner of Lot 11*11,  thence North astronomical '_������0 ehalns; thence  West 80 chains; thenco South 110 chains approximately; thence 11100 chains Nortn-  Easterly to point of commencement.    -  FRED. ROBINSON,  leb. 6-tI C. II.SkIWK, Ago  t.  TSTOTIOIEl.  TAKE NOTICE that sixty dnys after ditto I  Intend to apply to tho Chief (JomnilBSloncr  of Lands and Works for permission lo pur  chase a parcul of laud described as follows:  Commencing; at a post marked Alice Terry's  No. 1 Post; tnencc west 110 chains; thence  North 40 chains; thence East 20chalus; thenoo  South 40 chains to point of. commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of K.  F. Perry's prc-omptlon following McKenzie's  North-West Line, containing about 80 aerci),  more or less.  AL.ICE PERRY.  Goldfields, Nov. 27,1901. Dec-i-lra  JSTOTIOIE  NOTICE Is hereby given that .10 days aitcr  date I Intend to npplv tn the Chief Commissioner of Lands and works for permission  to cut and carry nwny timber from the following described Innds:���������Commencing at a post  nl the south-cast corner of Roger F. Perry's  pre-emption, mnrked "Boutlien.t corner ol  timber limit applied for by F. .1. ISolclsmlth";  thence west 10 ehnins; thence north 100 chains;  thence cusl-iu clniins to Kiali Creek; thenco  following the iiiumiderlngs of l'Mi Creek 100  chains to point ol commencement; containing  C40 acres, moro or less.  F.J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomson's Landing, October ICth, l'JOl.  nsroTiaiE.  THE TOWNSITE OF  ..CIRCLE CITY..  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   the   proposed   Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  Development.        . .  - ... . .  Spfendid   Watei?   Power  Which will be Utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  v SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT. ONCE  TO.THE .GENERAL AGENT, .  G. B. BATHO,  Ferguson, B. C.  TAKE NOTICE that Ml dnys after dntc I  Intend to apply to the Chief Cominisslouor ol  Lands and \\ orks for permission to purchase  tbe following described lands:  Commencing at a posi marked "H McAdams'  ,* o. 1 Post," situate close to the old line ol  Hill -k Ilrantford's pre-emption, Fish Creek,  thence north 40 chains, ihcnce west 20 chains,  thencesouth 40 chains, thence cast 20 chains  to point of commencement.  Goldfields, Jan. 18th, 1902.  E. McAbam.  ���������l-*************************^  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & GiLMAN  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, li.C.      Established 1890  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Tests mado up to 2,000 lbs.  A specialty mado of cheeking Smelter  I'lllpH.  Humpies from the Interior by mail or  ���������jj express promptly intended to.  g     Correspondence solid ted,J  I VANCOUVER, B.C.  *******************^*******  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that CO days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry away* timber from the following described lands: 4  Commencing at a post marked Soger F.  Perry's southeast comer post situate about 200  feet from Scott Creek, tbence west 40 chains;  thence north 1C0 chains; thence cast 40 chains;  thence south 160 chains, to the placo of commencement; containing 610 acres.  ROGER F. PERRY.  Goldiields. B. C, Oct. 17th, 1901.      Nov. G-tf.  NOTICE  IN THE COONTY COURT OF KOOTENAY,  HOLDEN AT REVELSTOKE. '  Between :���������  Robert Caley, of Revelstoke, B.C., plaintiff.  and  N. Haskell, of Revelstoke defendant.  To N. Haskell the above, named defendant:���������  TAKE NOTICE that a default summons and  plaint have been issued out ol this Court  against you in an action against you by Robert  Caley, of Revelstoke, B.C.. to recover the sum  of J40.00 for board and lodging furished to  you by the above named plaintiff, and that in  pursuance of an order of His Hon. J. A. Forin,  JndRe of this Court, you are required within  14 davs from the publication of this notice in  the R'evklstoke Herald, newspaper, to file your  dispute note, if any, with the Registrar of this  Court at Revelstoke, otherwise judgment will  be entered against you.  Dated this Oth March, ** .D., V.I02.  ���������     -    .    FRED. FRASER,  Registrar of the" ounty Court.  Wright Porritt  Regrets that ho is unable  through illness to be present at his Studio and at-,  tend to business us usual,  lie hopes; however, to be  able to ro-open the Studio  shortly and will announce  the date in this space.  Wright Porritt  Revelstoke, B. O.  -'.Is the recognized *. organ for all the latest mining news of North  Kootonay.-*. Particular attention is paid to securing early and reliable  intelligence from the newly discovered Froe Milling Gold Camps on Fish  River and from the placer and quartz^niines of the Big Bend and district,  in^tfie immediate activity of. Revelstoke, such as Illeciliewaet, Albert  .Canyon", Jordan Pass and'Isaac Creek. Next season will witness a big  revival of certainty-throughout North Kootenay,  and mining men and  others desirous of gaining the eatliest and most authentic news from tho  district will -find the columns of the HERALD their best source of  information.  ��������� '.Rail way. News is also a Specialty of the HERALD and articles of  special interest to Railway men will also be found in its columns.  AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM  THE HERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  .and the class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in the district. It  appears twice to any.other paper's once a week and is found in.the homes  "of the wage-earning classes, the backbone of the business of the district.  'Buis'jiasim'en waut th'eir announcements to reach the" home people who  have the money to take advantage of their offers -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 thc kind of people who make  up a big proportion of our Subscribers, people with homes, families,  employment and interests right at home, tho 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  Bevelstoke, and in the Railway aiid Mining points,  tributary to Revel-  . stoke business.  OIIR JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT  Is the completest in the district for appliar-2.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  work with," but we know how to use them. Call and see our Samples and  yeu 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.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ��������� Engineers. Firemen, Machinists and  Electricians send tor 4u page "pamphlet,  containing questions asked by Ex  amining Board of Engineers to obtain  Engineers license. Address Geo. A.  Zellef. Publisher, 18 S. 4th St.. St.  Louis. Mo., U.S.A.  ��������� nsroTiOE.  -3STOTIOE3  TAKE NOTICE that CO days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief '"ommissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase a  piece of land described aB follows :  Commencing at a post marked F. J I.old-  smith's No. 1 post, thence south 40 chains j  thence cast 40 chains ; thence north 40 chains;  thence west 40 sbains, to point ol commence-  meni���������1C0 acres more or loss. This land was  staked by J. U. .McKenzie last .lime. Has a  purchaso* JSo.1 post about 100 feat from Goldfinch trail aud about 200 feet up hill, the east  lino following Fish Kiver. ' o  Located February 20,1802.  F.J. GOLDSMITH,  -     :  -' Goldfields,. IS. C.  PLENTY *0F MILK  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison your systems  using Condensed Milk, done  up in old rusty tin cans?  when you can buy pure  SALMON ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  Talk From the Auditor-General.  The auditor-general prefaces his  annual report with the following  remarks:  "I complain again as I have complained before that the. opposition of  the day seems to think Hint no risk is  run in allowing the govorntiunt to do  as it is greatly tempted to do by Um  demands of its friends and ey t}*"*.  illinformed opinions of the Depa ��������� ��������� ���������*���������*���������  of Justice, there being nothing more  in ils way than the slight obstacle of  an unsupported auditor.  "T.ilk of the iipposition  being weak  in numbers nnd   without   experience!  One   member,   even   if  he had never  been in the house before, but had once  grasped the view that the money with  which   we   all   deal   is   no   more thc  property of   the government than it^ie  that of the humblest  taxpayer in the  land, would liuve no difficulty in making it clear to  parliament and  to  the  people   that   not  a   dollar  should be  allowed to a claimint of public fundi*  until after it had been earned   in   the  samu way that money is earned from a  private individual.   One can, however,  easily bee that it is quite absurd to do  even as it is done in England, make *  comptroller      and      auditor-general  nominally independent of the government  and   the   treasury   board   (the  government   in   another   name);   the  chancellor of the exchequer,  who  ia  the British finance minister, being the  ruler  of   the   board    which    makes  decisions   that  the   comptroller  [and  audi tor-gen eral    accepts    without   a  murmer.    Hopes of an awakening of  the    British     audit   office   may   be  cherished from the recollection that in  Sir Wm. Dunbar's   time   it   was   not  thus.    He was willing to stand up for  his own opinion when he had the law  of the land supporting him."  Agents  Wanted!!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To represent the old reliable  . Lnndon*������& Lancashire Life,  The Children's Endowment,  -- '* and ten payment bond policies,  etc,  Most   parents   are   willing   to  give their boys a start in life  y taking an endowment made  payable at age 30, paying the  premium until the boy is able  to carry it himself.  GEO. D. SCOTT,  Manager for B.C.���������Nor th west.���������Yukon  Vancouver, B. C.  Morningr Star. Walrus. Sea Lion and Bonanza  Mineral uli'.iins, situate in llie Lardeau.Mining  Division of West Kootenny District. Where  located : On llenlienicii Creek, near Fish  Kiver.  -  TAKE XO'IICE that I, F. C. Green, acting as  agent for Angus .McKay, F. JI. il. B 32003, and  J. B. JIcKenzie, Free M-ner's Certilicate Xo.  It:i'_*025, intend, sixty days Irom the date liereoi,  to tippiy lo the Mining Keeorder for ertificatcs  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take nolicc that action, under  section 37, must be commenced belore t. e  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this first day of March, 1902, A.D.  '"    .F.C. GltEEN,  -     -- - .   ' - pecf. S. C.  .Nelson, B C.  Certificate of Improvements.  HOTIOB  Centre Star and Evening ������--Star ;Mineral  Claims,situate in the Lardeau Mining Division  of West Kootenay District. Where located :  On .'���������lenlitniek creek, near Fish River, j  TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C. Green, acting as  ageni Ior J. B. McKenzie, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 32025, Intend, sixtv days from the  date hereoi, to apply to the Mining Keeorder  or Certificates of Improvements, Ior the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants ol the above  clniins.  nd further take notice that action, under  voction 37, must be   commenced   before   the  Issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this firstday ol March. 1902, A. D.  r. C. GHE-N,  per F. 8. C���������  Nelson. II. C.  nsroTioiE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30 days  after date, I intend to make application to the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol Lands  and Works for a special licence to fell and  carrv away timber from the following described lands: - . ' .  No. 1.  Commencing'at a post planted about 50  chains north of St. Leon Hot Springs on the  Arrow Lakes and marked J. T. south west corner, thenee cast 100 chains ; tbence north 10  chains ; thence west 100 chains ; thence south  40 chains to place of commencement.          , No. 2.     .    _        .-_._-.  Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles  south from the mouth of Deep creek at Galena  Bav, Arrow Lakes, marked .1. T. and being  about G chains east of T.II.D.'s south west corner post: thence westso chains ; thence south  SO chains ; thence east 80 chains ; thence north  80 chains to place of commencement.  Nelson, B. C, March 3rd, 1902.  JAMES A. TAYLOR,  Arrowhead.  Certificate of Impveroments.  3STOTIOB  Express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to. '  H.  Cook.  "Write for our interesting books'4Invent  >or'3 Help" and " How you are swindled."  ���������Send us a rough sketch or model of your in-<  ���������vention orimprovement find wewiU tell you  'free our opinion as to whether it is probably  1 patent able. Rejected application* have often  'been successfully prosecuted ��������� by us. We,  ; con duct fully equipped offices in Montreal  land Wa'-hiiiKton . thtsqualifics us to promptly dispatch woik and quickly secure-Pa tent* /  i as bronri as the invention. Highest references,  furnished.  i    Patents procured through Marion & Ma-  5rion receive special notice without charge in  overioo newspapers distributed throughout  the Dominion.  >   Specialty:���������Patent business of  Manufacturers ana Engineers.  MARION & MARION  . Patent Experts and Solicitor*. ,  Inrnr... S New York Life B'Id's, Ilontrwl<  \J^"'   I   Atlantic Bid?, Washington DX^  Certificate of Improvements.  Red Fox and Ridge Mineral Claims situate  in the I.ardeau Miiiinc Dlvls-lon of Vi est Kootenav District. Where located : On Menhenick  Creek, near Fish River.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, F.C Green, acting'as  agent for Annus McKay, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 32003. intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Minfnf. Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of .the above  claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced bclore tne  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements,  Sated this firstday of March, 1902, A. D.  F.C.GREEN,  per F. S. C.,  Nelson, B. C.  Butte, Silver Bow and Black Diamond  Mineral Claims, a mate in tlio Lardeau Mining  Division of West    ootcnay District.  Where Located: Near the Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.  TA.-.H NOTICE that I, A. P. Cummins, as  Agent for the Double Eagle Mining and Development Companv, Limited, of Ferguson,  n. C, tree Miner's Certificate N*>. 31,8.,>1,  Intend, sixty days from, thu date hereof, to  applv to the Mining Pecordcr for a Certificate  of Improvements, for thc purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant ol thc above claim.  And i urthcr Take .Notice that action, untie  Section 37,  must  be   commenced  before the  n-shance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this twenty-third day ol January, A.D.  1003..  A.P. CUMMINS, P.L.S.  Fob. 5���������tf  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,$2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE  SVTL'ATE   IS     .       ,.  Division of ������est Kootenay  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  THE   REVELSTO   E   MINING  Distrlet.  Where Located: On Keystone Mountain,  Big Bend, near Downie Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Geo. S. MeCarter  acting as agent for J D. Graham, Free Miner's  Certificate So. 1>. .1724 and for W. H.Vickers,  Free Sliner's Certificate No. 60S2I, intend 00  davn Irom the date hereof to applv to thc  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of thc above claims.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE lhat action  under Section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance ol sueh Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10thdayof February, A.D.1902.  Feb 12-tf ctoe. 9. MeCarter.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The  choice land  north  of  track, .  between Tapping's and Long's, will  be subdivided for sale as  soon as  possible.'  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  P. O.Bos. 425.  UNION  Cigar   Factory  Order Your  Printing  from the  HERALD  ���������Printe rs  ���������of ������  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL  HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  The New Imperial.Limited.  Much has been said about the fa������t  truin that the C. P. R. is to run from  Montreal to Vancouver this summer.  A semi oiliiMiil statemant appears in  the Toronto Globe concerning it aa  follows:  It is Raid thnt the management of  the Canadian Pacific railway is  perfecting arrangements for placing in  service o'n June 1 what it is claimed  will bo the fastest overland train' on  tbis continent. The schedule time for  this train tor the run' from Montreal  to Vancouver, a distance of 2,900 miles,  is 72 hours, or three days. This is one  duy buttoL* than (.ha time noir mads by  its through trains during the summer  season. For such a run the arerage  tune, including stops, is a fraction orer  40 miles an hour. To make this  through time, however, a" speed of 05  miles an hour will have to be maintained over certain sections of the  line. -  The feasibility of the plan is said, to  have been proved last summer by trial  runs over different portions of the road  covering all but about 800 miles of; th*  distance. A large amount of road  work has been done recently, .and  improvements are still in progress to  get the track in condition to stand the  high speed of the heavy trains. A  tri-weekly service is proposed to leave  either end of the line on Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturdays. Thau  trains will be run in addition to tha  daily service now given under the old  schedule.  ���������Thei-trains^-will-eonsist^=of --aight"^"  coaches, made up of a combined  express and mail car, baggage car, two  day ceaches, diner, one tourist and  two first class Pullman sleepers. "^ The  engines will be of a very- heavy type,  of about 125 tons weight. All the cars  for the six fast trains will be of tha  very latest model and highest finish in  every respect, and will be equipped  with both Pintsch gas and electric  lights. A through sleeper will be run  from Toronto to connect with the fast  trains. "���������  REDISTRIBUTION.  (Continued from page two)  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING    A SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  assistance whiali would coma from ita  being included within the jurisdiction  of their own members, As it is now,  as soon as we begin to feel the necessity of government uid in the work,  which will not be very long, we shall  have to seek it through the channel of -  the members for Cariboo, who will  quite naturally feel more like spending  every dollar ther can get frVn, the  provincial treasury within that part of  their riding in which their own people  and not another member's constituents are particularly interested. And  there are other points such as the  loeation of recording offlces and other  governmental details in the new  district, in which we of North  Kootenay will be-considerably interested and in which we are very liable  ta find ourselves considerably left, if  the present arrangement of oar  northern boundary is allowed to iro  unchallenged. And another chance of  rectifying it may not occur again for  some time. -  The proposed disposition of tha  southern portion of tha riding is a  matter which affects the liifdaaa  itself a gocd deal more than it affects  Kevelstoke. The idea of tacking thia  diBtnct on as an appendage to Kaalo.  is one which calls for some comment,  however, and will not pass tbe beuse  ���������r������ w������, TconsideraWe opposition,  lhe Herald proposes to deal with it  more fully m its next imie, MISTAKES  May be made in wearing  Chest Protectors  But ynur greatest mistake will  be made in not wearing one.  They are a great preventative  of cold ami nobody should be  without one whon they can  get them so cheap at the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.'Y.  AU Sizes and Price's.  See them in our window.  DIED.  ^?mmwmtfwm?mm?wwwwmw������������  Duxsmobk���������On  the 25th  inst.,  John  Dunsmore, aged 31 years, 10 months.  Hood.���������At Montreal on the 22nd inst.,  James Hood, husband of Mrs.  RossannaHood of Revelstoke.  NOTES OF NEWS  Supt.   R.  Marpole is  in  town  i.s   visiting   her  We have lately imported  the choicest varieties of  the above in bulk, and  are selling at  Geu.  today.  Mrs.  J.   A.    lidson  frieiidii in town.  ���������A few very choice blouse lengths  at the Madison Parloi's.  Capt. Gore came up on a fchort visit  to town on Tuesday evening.  H. G. Parson, of the Wine k Liquor  Co. was in (own on Tuesday.  ���������Men's new huts for Easter.     All  the latest styles at Reid & Young's.  K. A.   Bradley left to  go  the Blue  Jay on Sunday morning.  ���������Ladies' Straw Sailor Hats at Reid  k Young's.  Aid, Taylor and R. Gordon are the  police commissioners for the year.  ������������������Fresh eggs at A.N. Smi th's  ifr. and Mrs. L. Didisheim left on  tho south train on Sunday morning.  ���������Reid & Young are sole agents for  the celebrated P.&D. French corset.  Mrs. D. T. Forbes returned from  "tisiting friends at Calgary on Monday.  ���������Children's Straw Hats at Reid &  Young's.  The annual meeting of the Carnes  Creek Consolidated took place in the  company's office here last night.  The Earl of Erne, the Imperial  Grand Master of the Orange asbocia-  tion, will visit Canada this year.  The annual Easter vestry of St.  Peter's church will be held in the  church on the evening of Easter Monday.  XV. R*. Hull, the well-known Calgary  cattleman, was in town on Monday on  his way home from a tour through tha  province  Lost���������a bunch ot keys, ��������� finder will  please leave same at Herald office  and oblige owner.  The annual meeting of the Revelstoke Navigation Co., Ltd., is fixed  for April Tth at 8 p.m. in the secretary's otlice.  ���������S.C.W. Leghorn eggs from piize  stock, gil.CD per sitting. Apply to Mrs.  R. Tapping,  The Salvation Army will gi,*e a  coffee and cake social at their barracks  on Wednesday evening. March 29th.  Everybody invited.  ���������Patronize Home Societies and go  to the Concert and Dance on April  2nd.  Ed. Corning, proprietor of the Hotel  Climax, arrived in town on Sunday  evening from aa extended trip in the  southern states of the Union.  WANTED���������A flrst-class Barber; none  but first-class man need applv. J.  Morgan.  The funeral of J. Dunsmore is  arranged to take plate at 2 p. ni. today  iihd'wiii-he^coHdiicted-by-Ij.OrfcrieoSr  the deceased being a member of the  order.  ���������Chennile curtains, chennile and  damask table covers.   Raid & Young's  This being Holy Week services are  being held every evening at 7.30 in St.  Peter's. On Good Friday there will  also bu morning prayer and the ante-  conmiuuion service at 11 a.m.  Choir practice will be held in St.  Peter's tomorrow night 'instead of  tonight. - after evensong. A full  attendance of the choir is specially  requested in order to practice the  music for Easter Day.  ���������The largest assortment of laen  curtains in the city. All new goods  imported direct from the manufactnr-  en at Heid k Young's.  The l.O.O.F. ball on Tuesday evening  next promises to be one of the most  successful alfairs of thc season. The  dance will take place in the Selkirk  Hall and ticket! can be obtained in thc  different stores in town.  .7. D. Boyd came in from Carnes  Creek on Sunday, leaving at' 5 a. ni.  o.nd getting in in time for dinner;  pretty good going. He says the ice  was out of tho rivor all the way down  -when he loft, except for a short, piece  near the mouth of Carnes.  ���������Don't make any appointments for  ! April 2nd. The Cosgrove orchestra  are coming here that night and will  give a concert and 3 hour dance,  under the auspices of the Irish Social  and Benevolent Society which  promises to be the treat of the season.  A joint meeting of the city council  and school trustees is to be held thin  evening in tho council chamber to  discuss school finances. Next Friday,  ' the regular night of meeting of the  council being Good Friday, the  meeting will be held on Saturday  night instead in accordance with the  bylaw.  75t. per lb.  Highest  Award  at the World's Fair.  Red Cross  j    '   - Drugstore  Beg to call your attention to the fact that  they have just received and opened up a  splendid shipment of*  ew Dry G-oods  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 are the prices more reasonable, but  the goods are better.  These New Spring Goods consist of  Dress Goods, Silks, Muslins, Satins,  Organdies, Pique, Veilings, Duck, etc.  We invite you to come in and inspect  them.  -^r������  *>*���������  The "EMPRESS"  Shoe  Don' forget that wc carry  the  reliable  Empress Shoe for Ladies.  We have  u   large  shipment of  In aid  Linoleum and Floor Cloths just in.  All kinds of Rubbers and Rubber Boots.  A complete line of Gent's Furnishings.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Jr Bourne returned  from Nakusp last night.  ���������Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  Mr. and Mrs. XV. Macdonald returned from their trip south yesterday.  ���������Just opened up a full range of  boy s, youth's and children's .ready to  wear clothing at Reid & Young's.  Tt was four below zero at Hector at  tha summit of the Roijties on Monday  morning.  J. "Wilson, superintendent of C.P.R.  telegraphs,' and Grant' Hall, master  mechanic, came in from Vancouver on  Tuesday.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A, N,   Smith's.  J. Sweeney of Smith Creek, M.  Grady of the St. Leon hotel and C.  Harvey of Comaplix, were at the  Central on Monday.  P. R. Peterson is making arrangements to remove the Peterson hall  and other buildings cn his Front St.  property to his farm across the  track.  ���������See the $9 men's ready to wear  suits at Reid & Young's.  R. R. McLean and his sisters, Mrs.  Morris and Miss McLean, of this place,  received news yesterday that they  had been substantially i-i-mcml-im-ed in  the will of their uncle, the late Mr."  Jas. Dick, of Glasgow.  Thc senior and junior football  teams will meet tonight at S o'clock in  Brown's cigar store to elect officers for  the ensuing year and the transaction of  other important business. The intention is to try and get up matches with  Vernon and Kamloops here on May  24th. All interested in the game of  football are invited to attend.  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To  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 ai-ritiigt* to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE   FURNITURE  ^~   THE  NORTHERN  ASSURANCE   CO.   3  OF LONDON, ENGLAND.]  "CAPITAL: AND   FUNDS7  REVENUE...   DOMINION DEPOSIT...  ���������5i38i3*5S.ooo.  .    5,714,000.  211,700.  ������3>���������  .A-O-IEIi-rTS  SIBBALD & FIELD,     -  Revelstoke, B. C.  Deficit in the Intercolonial  The financial statement of the Intercolonial railway for the past year  shows on its face a deficit of about half  a million dollars. This is bad enough,  but it is by no means tbe whole story.  All the resources of bookkeeping are  employed year by year to prevent the  people of Canada from realizing what  a costly asset they have in this road.  In addition to the half million of  deficit, which is admitted, there is a.  further sum of 5213,000 owing for  materials purchased and to be paid for  out of the appropriation for the following year. There is al90 a little sum of  two million of dollars, or thereabouts,  7Th a r ged~~"To "^"capT ta l^lt ccon n ty���������A tAs-  difticult to understand why such items  as wages and board and tobacco for  employes should be reckoned an an  expenditure chargeable tocapital; but  so it is. Tbe country's experience  with the Intercolonial is hardly calculated to make lhe taxpayer favor the  idea of government ownership of  railways- If the country were tho  uoforiunale possessor of a few more  roads nndersuch management,national  bankruptcy would be in plain sight.���������  Ex.  CORRESPONDENCE.  OF GOLUMBIA  Return of the Ottawa Delegation  And Results of Their Mission.  The Revelstoke.to Make her  First Trip as Early as Possible.  F. McCarty and A." McRae returned  on Monday from their mission to  Ottawa. As has been already noted  in our despatches tliey obtained a  grant of S5000 to be expended this  year on improving the navigation of  the river. Mr. McCarty gave the  THitHbrities'-plainly-to-understand^that  the work had to be dona at once, if it  is to done at all and fixed March 15th  as the date on which they should start  in with three parties and so get the  most necessary work done before the  high water begins. A government  engineer is to examine the river  thoroughly this season and ri-port on  what it required to puc it in as  navigable a condition as possible, He  thinks that it-is quite possible that a.  ���������tramway will be put in at Death  Rapidi this year.  Mr. McCarty is thinking of Lrying  to bring th'j Revelstoke up the river  n**xt wyelc. lie is pai ticularly anxious  In make one trip at aw low a stage of  water as is at all feasible in order to  K<it an exact idea of the channel and  condition of the river bed, even if it  t*ak.*R n week to rnakr* it.  CH,i.jLhr  AGAINST  COLD  Lots of things in stock to pre  vent colds and to cure them.  Some to tike before the illness  gets a firm grip, some to relieve  the suffering when in tho toik  and some to restore the patient  to normal health.  OUR DRUGS  AND MEDICINES  Are in excellent condition and  everything i.s fresh and reliable.  No old and impotfnt thing in  this stock. No high prices  either.  8ENECA COUCH SYRUP  Onr Specialty.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B*  Druggist anil Ptalioncr.  Brown Block. Telephone *������.  The Trackmen and Officials  Monthk.w., March 20���������In fulfilment  nf a piomise inada lust fall the  rnanagfiiient of the C, P. R. is now  conferring in this city with a number  nf delegates appointed by tha Trackmen'*. Association. Matters directly  affecting th". trickmen employed on  the company's lines from the Pacific  to the Atlantic are under diicnssiion,  but as yet no information has been  given out for publication either by the  trackmen or the C.P.R. officials.  When the.trackmen's strike of last  fall was declared oif one of the  conditions of tbe agreement with the  railway was that upon thu Trackmen's  Association having b"come secnredly  established in a i(-sponsible position  the railroad management would be  willing to,recognize and to treat, with  its delegates. Thn railir-rtd.*. official.*!  are now complying with the terms  then agreed upon, and it is understood  that the trackmen's delegates are  entirely sitisfied with lhe recognition  afTordud them. Delegatus from every  division on the road are in the city.  The Emile Terrenoire Fund.  'lo the Editor.of the Herald:  Sib: In connection with the fund  subscribed by residents of Kevelstoke  and vicinity.for the benefit of Emile  Terrenoire, the little boy who met with  6uch an unfortunate accident near  Twin Butte last; spring, and held in  trust; kindly allow me to publish  through the medium of your paper,  that this money has been transfeir^d  t.o Mr. Vaux, a well known and  wealthy tourist, who, being out here  at the time, was much interested in  thiscaserand-whose-hoiiie-is-neai-thiit-  of the little boy, Mr. Vaux will hold  this money in trust and administer it  as intended by those who so generously contributed. The following is a  copy of Mr. Vaux' acknowledgement:  Ma. T. Kilpatrick,  Superintendent, Kevelstoke.  Sir: I beg leave to acknowledge  receipt of your favor of the Sth inst.,  enclosing draft on New York to my  order for $202.25. This fund will hold  for tbe benefit of ISmilo Terrenoire,  tbe little boy who was hurt near Twin  Butte last spring, and endeavor to  administer same for his greatest  benefit. Tho family live nearly four  hundred miles from here, but, I have  beer, able to get into communication  with patties who reside near them  who are'taking an interest in the child  and tliere are hopes of being able to so  assist them as to mitigate their hard  lot without paiiperi/.ing them,  Very truly yours,  CJiioiiciK Vaux.  The sum   of   money   mentioned   in  Mr.   Vaux   letter   is   that   subscribed  together with accrued interest,  Vou rn truly,  T. KlLl'ATIlICK.  Piano Tunning.  Ii. H. Otis, piano tuner for Mason k  Kieh Piano Co., will visit Kevelstoke  shortly. Any one wishing work done  by n reliable man can leave their order  with .1. McLeod., Second street.  Mason & Rich Co.  CALL Ai\D   INSPECT  THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF*  LAMPS  of all kinds  and  Crockery  just opened up.-  A set of  CUPS AND SAUCERS.  from   the   Foley factory  In  England, will suit you.  SKATES.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  Piano Tuning  II. .1. Clarry. piano tuner. Toronto,  will pay his annual visit to Revelstoke  about 25th of March. Orders for  tuning may be left at Canada Drug  and Hook store.  IHE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY  OP  THE  TT2STITE3D   STATES."  Outstanding Assurance Dec.31, 1901. .$ 1,179,276,725 00  New Assurance Issued in 1901  ������15,912*087 00  Income....  61,374,005 94  Assets, Dec. 31, 1901 ..:... 331,039,720 34.  Assurance Fund and all other liabilities 259,910,678 28  Surplus  71,129,042 06  Paid Policyholders in 190l!..: .......'..'.' . 27,7ii,621 42.  JAMES W. ALEXANDER,  JAMES H.HYDE,  President."  Vice-President.  H. ALLENBERC, Spokane,  F.B.LEWIS,  Manager. |  District Agent. ������  FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  very elaborate variety of Fall and  Winter   Suitings and   you'll   find  -workrnen-whor.ace-comp.etent to make iip any jof_.thes^  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 can- .  not compete with sweat shop ready-made. clothes when  price is the sole consideration, but when, style and fit  and wear are duly considered, we can and do. compete  with all ready-made goods, and all other tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  OBBSSM -A-UST, -  The  Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.  I HAVE IT!.  The largest stock of the latest WATCHES.  CLOCKS, RINGS, SILVER.WARE,. OUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  lily many years' experience enables me to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  WATCH REPAIRING A 8PECIALTT.  TO LET  ROOM TO LF.TIn  private family.    Apply a  thlii office. Mar/w-tf.  I^l^)^^^)(^)'^)^)^)^l!^l  m  SIBBALD& FIELD,  .Ao-Eisri-s .fo:r,  Real Estate  P.. P. E. TOWNSITE.  MARA TOWNSITE.  OERRAKS TOWNSITE.  CAMBOBNE TOWNSITE,  riM 1 Mn 11     I Canada Permanent & Western  rlNAm.lAL-i       Canada Mortgage Corporation.    .  I11W*" V.*i������n   ( Equitable Savings Loan and Buildiusj Annotation.  Insurance  COAL FOR SALE.  /-Imperial Flre.      Caledonian Fire.  Atlaa Flre.  I Canadian Fire.   Mercantile Fire.    Northern Flre.  -! Guardian Flre.   Manchester Fire. .Great Weil Life.  I ocean, Accident and Guarantee.  Confederation Life  = {.Canadian Aceident Assurance Co.  Connecticut Tire  HOUSES FOR SALE! AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Public.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  n  iHiMTiffi

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