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 Year  Advance.  Wc are thc largest buyers  of GROCERIES in the  North Kootenay, and arc  therefore able to offer thc  very best goods produced  in thc world at thc very  lowest prices. Although"  times have been hard during tlie past year, our business has been thc largest  wc 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 wc are offering  some good bargains in fish:  MACHONOCHIE  Kippered-Herring���������in tins  ���������Plain, Shrimp & Tomato  sauce. *..������������������'.  E  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  0. Carey, li'iiinimislui* at Field, came  in on yesterday's No. 1.  Navigation ou the Groat Lakes is  expected to open this year a mouth  earlier than usual.  Luke Iveogh, n Canadiun Pacific  Railway parlor-cni'condiiclor, has heen  fined $25 by Judge Lafontaino of Montreal, for illegally selling railway  tickets.  BLOATERS  In Tins. . .  .20C each..  Canned Smoked Salmon ) IC/  Halibut VI JL  "       Fresh  Mackerel in Kits.-  -) per Un  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.Chiljuyack  Honey, the genuine article  TEAS!!  COFFEES!! i  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..  GOOD SERVICE  The Best Goods at the  LOWEST PRICES  Means satisfaction to Our  Customers and an ever in**  creasing business for us.  CBHME&CO  Two new schedules and * two revised  schedules .secured and four new  divisions established, is the record  uiirlc hy the Order of Railroad Telegraphers during January last.  Another Shay marine geared locomotive has been purchased liy tho O.  P. R. fur use between Rossland and  Trail and will leave tlie works at  Lima, Ohio, mi April 1st.  13. J. Coyle, assistant general passenger agent or tho C.P.R., returned to  Vancouver on Tuesday after completing a tour in Eastern Canada and  thc middle and southwestern states.  P. A. Peterson, consulting engineer  of the C. P. H.. hns gone Lo Europe to  buy 20,000 tons of steel rails for the  road. The company cannot get the  goods in America owing lo the great  demand.  Section foreman Arthur L. Davis, of  Antler, Man , was lost in tho blizzard  of Saturday last while trying to reach  his boarding house, nnd a large search  party has been unable to discover his  whereabouts.  "\V. Lawes left for Revelstoke on  Tuesday night last, where he has  accepted a position in the superintendent's ortiee. He has completely  recovered from his recent seveie  illness.���������Inland Sentinel.  The   Railway    Employe's    Journal  published iii San Francisco "says  that  as a matter of fuel-the'forms'  ol   thc  settlement oltne' i_.aeiimis-i.-o'*-*"-*-'  that eity are little more than a- complete surrender on the part of the men.  Thc Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul  has"made   some exhaustive   tests  in  order to ascertain the relative cost of  electric and   oil   headlights:.'.Results  show that the elecLric headlights   cost  2.11 cents per hour, while those  using  oil as fuel cost but 1.21 cents per hour.  A. C. Dennis, divisional engineer of  the C.P.R-, has been transferred from  Winnipeg'to the' Mountain division,  where he will be employed on reducing  heavy grades in  the  road.    Engineer  Sullivan from Kootenay  will succeed  him at Winnipeg.. ....      "- I  The longest train on record a fesv  days ago left Winnipeg with some 528  home seekers from all parts of the east.  The train consisted of 18 coaches and  was over a quarter of a mile long.  The passengers will "bo distributed  throughout* Manitoba and the Northwest Territories.  A special train was recently used by  President* Cassatt on the Pennsylvania  -Railroad-forthe-inspection-of-the lines-  west of, Pittsburg. Tlie train was  equipped with a telephone service so  arranged that communication could be  had with eacli car on the train without  the necessity of traveling from one car  to another, says tho Railway and Engineering Review.  A bill was   recently   passed   in   tlie  House of Commons requiring the railroads of  England   to  give   an   exact  statement of the number   of   men   in  railroad service who arc employed  for  more than  twelve hoiirs daily-   The  aim ofthe hill is to ascertain juhl how-  many   railroad   disasters   have   been  caused by overwork of tra-ir.iK'ii  and  to abolish all dangers from this source  Thos. Atkins of England hasat.tained  his seventieth year as a trade unioni.-t  and is flrst on the list of  memberships  of    the    Amalgamated    Society     of  Engineers.   He served his apprenticeship   under George   Stephenson   and  helped in the  making of.the  famous  Rocket locomotive,   lie is now ninety  years old and has   been   for   twenty  seven years drawing   ten   shillings a  week from his society.  J. Pierpont Morgan's special from  Philadelphia to Jersey City, on  February Tth, running over the  Reading railroad, broke all records for  fust running, It covered 00.2 miles in  80 minutes and 20 seconds. This tune  includes two stops, one Jit three  minutes duration and two slow ups.  Mr. Morgan's special made this  remarkable run to unable him to keep  an important engagement in New-  York City.  Jesse Peters and Roheit Hatter,  Grand Trunk engineer and fireman:  were tried on AVednesday at the  Stratford assizes on a charge of manslaughter. Tho men were in charge  of a locomotive which ran down and  killed Mrs. X. E. McCann, near St.  ajuvvs last* Octohor.    It is alleged that  he usual crossing warnings were not  given. The jury was out for a few  minutes, and returned with a verdict  of not guilty.  It. E. Johnson, brother of A. Johnson  of the II a it a 1.13, jvho was secret arv lo  C. II. Temple, locomotive foreman,  here a little ovor a year ago, has quit  railroading and taken a good position  with a wholesale firm in Chicago.  The Lake Shore railroad has abandoned the rule of giving tu section  men the preference, other things being  equal, over all other applicants for  position** :is locomotive firemen and  freight brakoineii. It has been assumed  that the outdoor work of these men  made them preferable and best  qu.ilillcd for the hardship of the two  positions in question. Experience has  demonstrated that Miuh is not the  case, that in reality lhc men did  show up as well as others, hence  hange.  not  the  Imperial Development Syndicate  At a recent general meeting of the  shareholders of the Imperial Development Syndicate, Ltd., of Nelson 13. C,  reports wore submitted by the manager, and by the retiring board of  directors, and the following named  were elected directors I'or the ensuing  year: George Gillies. Toronto, president; Dr. E. C. Arthur, first vice  president; \V. W. Beer, second vie*,  president; 11. Bird, treasurer; A. 11.  Gracey, secretary Jmd manager; P.  Laiiiont, A. L. McCulloch. J. Luing  Stocks, W. P. Tierney and Capt. I. .1.  Duncan., Tiie manager's report on lhe  holdings of tlii--: company, wliich aru  situated on Lexington mountain in the  Lardeau district, is nioet encouraging.  The following is extracted from tho  report: ''The property consists of IS  adjoining claims, appurtenant to  which is a water right of 700 miners'  inches, with ii 500 foot fall in S.oOOfeet.  Over 1,.jOO feet of development work  was done"during the pas'-, year, exposing large bodies of I'ree milling gold  ore. Several large veins have been  prospected, hut work has been confined  mainly to two on the Eva Group.  These veins are parallel, averaging  from 12 to 30 feet in width, and have  been opened up by tunnels at several  points   for -  1,000    fori       A    crop-  >M  bs  The new Bill Increases the  Representation From 38 to 42.  The Lardeau cut off From the  Revelstoke Riding'.  Tlie Redistribution Bill. which  p.i-Nt-d its first reading on Thursday  ami I'omia np I'm* tlie second reading  011 Monday next, increases the number of ridings from IIS to -12. '3 of the  new members go In the Mainland,  Vancouver gains 11 iiieinlirr. Esquimau  loses one and the two Lllloocls are  merged in one. North Victoria is  divided Into two districts Saanii'li and  tho'Islands. On.Ssiar is divided into  two districts, Atlin and .Skeena.  Cariboo remains the same wilh two  mcn'ihiMs. In the place of North, Ei=t  and West Yale'lhure are the ridings of  Vale, Kamloops, Okanagan, Similkii-  mceii, Greenwood and Grand Forks.  West Kootenay is divided into thc  riding*, .of Revelstoke, Slocan, Ymir  K.-1.-I0, Nelson City and Rowland City.  E.ist Kootenay into Ouliimbia,  Cnuibrook and Fernie..',  Tlie Revelstoke riding is described  as follows: t  Cnniinencing-at a point in the Canoe  river ten miles north of Boat Encamp-  ini.'iit; thence southeasterly along the  boundary line between East and West  Kooienay districts to its intersection  with the 51st parallel: Ihence west and  southerly following the height of land  forming the watershed between  streams flowing inlo Arrow lake aiul  streams flowing into Kootenay lake  to 11 point in lhe height of land two  miles norlh of .Nakusp; thence 'due  west to the western boundary of  Kootenay" clistr!ct; thence north,  following said western boundary of  Kootenay district, to lha point of  commencement, shall constitute one  eleitoral district, to be designated  "Revelstoke,Electoral District." and  shall return ono member.  This meanslb.it. we los-r the Lardeau  which noes in I hi* l\*i*ili* ridiiiir, except  the F.sli ituer camp, which is' still  within our limits. The old northern  boundary of the riding remains  unchanged -and the ' Canoe .. River  r,-n*ih  mountain shows a width of 00  ore.    A   50   foot   shaft   sunk  feet or  in   ths  centre of this cropping is in ore averaging over ten dollars per ton and a  nusM-ut fiom the bottom, .'������> feet in  length, exposes 20 Teet of low grade  oie and ovei ten feet of ten dollar ore.  The natural facilities for cheap mining and milling are unexcelled in this  p iivince."'  far thev have not approached the  general manager of tliu Canadian  Pacific railway, regarding their new  schedule, but. will probably do so  during the early partof next week.  Cosgrove Orchestra.  Lieut Neuenberg, comnianding Co.  11. of Hid Regt. stationed at Olivia,  iMiun., says:  The concert and dance given in our  city last evening by the Cosgrove  nroheslra was one of the pleasant est,  affairs that has been pulled off in I liis  place for manv a day. The crneert  was of the highest order and llu:  Aluminum Chimes took the people by  storm. The dance music was pronounced par excellence. We an* looking forwaid to another visit, hy the  same organization in tlie near  future.  The Orchestra will give their entertainment here on April 2nd under the  auspices uf the Irish Social & Benevolent Society.  Rich Lead of Galena.  D. Wolsley and Mark Hyatt were in  this week from their properties the  Silver Spike and Silver King on the  divide between the Illecillewaet and  Fish river. They brought in some  tine, looking galena from tho tunnel  which they are driving along tho ore  chule, wliich is now in 70 fuet and  which they intend to run MO feet  further to tap the ledge. Thoy have  from four to eight feet of ore on the  hanging wall. They left again for  the property on Thursday morning.  district is still Ipfl  business men or,  day. wake  .cost.  . place   wilf  i -1 hi'  so.ne  up   and  discover   to   their  Trackmen in Session.  ��������� Monti: ic-vi:, March 20.���������The C. P. R  trackmen's committee are holding  daily sessions,at'the Grand Union.   So  I.O.G.T.  Columbia Lodge. No. *l, I. O. G. T.  met, in Selkirk Hall on Thursday niglil  with XV. Lee, C. T:, in the chair, when  a very successful and pleasant meeting  was held. A number of proposals foi  membership were received and. one  initiation. The prospects _ for the  future of the lodge are bright, ils  object heing to afford an-organization  for mutual benefit and instruction as  to the best way to prohibit the liquor  traffic, the cuise of .'our fellowmen.  Meetings" arc held every Thursday  evening at S n. in. and all who favor  thc cause are invited to join and take a  hand in tlie good work.       " .   ���������  LATEST NEWS  - There was a fair attendance at the  regular meeting of L. O. L. Nn. Hfi.S  last" evening. The Junior Deputy  Grand Master of British Columbia,  Bro. Ed. Adair, gave an interesting  and instructive address and a report  froiiKthe Giancl Lodge meeting held  iu Nelson on Pel). 10th, to which  meeting Bro. Adair was elected as the  representative from 1058.  E HAVE OPENED -UP ABOUT $3,000 WORTH  OE  ���������   Drygoods and Mcn'sJFurnishings, consisting" of:���������  NEW DRESS GOODS.  " ZEPHYS GINGHAMS.  " WHITE PIQUES.    .,  " DUCKS.  " PRINTS. ,    .  '        " DIMITIES.       " -      --  .   " FLANNELETTES.  " TRIMMINGS.  *> " READY MADE CLOTHING  " BOOTS AND SHOES  In fact a full and complete stock of everything in this line.  These Goods arc bought direct  from the   manufacturers   in  Europe, Canada, and the United States of America.  TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENXE in thc Dry Goods  Business enables us to know where to buy the New ancl up-to-date  Goods.  All goods as represented or money refunded.  No trouble to show goods. ��������� Call and InspcctBcrore Buying.  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  Great Britain, Austria and Russia  have addressed a note to Turkey,  admonishing Porte to keep order in  .Macedonia and Albania.  Jose Audralu, ex-president of  Veiicziiala and for six years ils minister at Washington, is dead at New  York.  The Northwest Legislative Assembly  opened on Thursday at Regina.  Receipts- for the three hnckuf  matches for the Stanley Cup at Win-  nipi'K were ������7500. The Montrealer*  gel !$1S00.  llrrdman. Pock & Co's piano plant  nl. N'ew York was destroyed bv fire on  Thursday and thu two a'djoininjc  tuiildinas damaged.    Loss 81.00,000.  The Pacilic C.iblu bteamer Auglia  has reached Doubtless Bay, thus completing lhe Australia-New Zealand  link.  A Capetown bulletin at midnight, on  Thiirsdav said that the lung difficulty  of Cecil Rhodes had beeu ameliorated  but that owing to the heat h������ was  unable to sleep.  Persia has concluded an agreement  wilh-Russia. under which Persia gets  a loan of 10.000,000 roubles and is to  give Russia a concession for the new  road Irom Tabriz to Teheran.  Oxford won from Cambridge in the  annual contest in field sports, Oxford  winning the odd event.  Shannon Lass won the Grand  National steeplechase.  Lacroix, the Montobello niurdernr,  was hanged at Hull, Que., this morning.  20,000 Chinese troops deserted from  .Marshall Su and joined the rebels in  llu* southern provinecs.   ,  The blockade on the Great Northern  wa������ broken last night and aftur 150  hours of snow bound experience, 300  passengers reached St. Paul.  Prank Conger of Brooklyn, left  his  adopted daughter $0,000,060.    He took"  her from the arms of her dead' mother  at a railway wreck 12 years ago.    The  girl is now fourteen years old. '  Sir. Wm.- MacDonald  gives '.McGill  University,   Montreal,   $20,000  for. a  library.     The. sum- is  to   be used in -  purchasing books.  ".The steel bridge, 120 feet long, at  Gevels Falls.* N. S., has been swept  away, by a freshet. .,  The Grand Trunk railwav has placed  a 11 order wilh their shops at Montreal  for $000,000 worthor rolling stock.      - "  ..SJlfl0.0Ufl..will_ (;������, exDended ���������br..tha.:  the   damage   done   to - bridges -by* the' v*  recent high water.  Tho fronts'of several private houses  on Uio east side of Park Ave, New  York,,have sunk owing to the' undermining of the- foundation by the  excavations for the' rapid transit  tunnel.    Loss ������100,000.   '       *  Theie is no news. of the missing  Allan Liner, Huronian, now one month  overdue from Glasgow for St. John.  N. B.  A midnight bulletin reports that  Cecil Rhodes is restless and decidedly  weaker.  Peter Maher was knocked out in the  2nd toiiiid hy Gus -Ruhlin at,  Philadelphia last night. ".  The Ottawa hockey team defeated a  New York team at'New York by -4 to  3 last night.  Irish Member Suspendee.  London', March 20.���������One of th'e  liveliest scenes witnessed in the House  of Commons since the palmiest days of  thc Irish Nationalists, ended this atler-  noon. with the suspension of John  Dillon. Dm ing the discussion of Sonth  African affairs, the Liberal leader. Sir  Henry Campbell Bannerman, vigorously protested against the government's conduct in uttering "malignant  slanders"-iircalling-the-Liberals-"pio-  Boers."  The colonial secretary, Mr.  Chamberlain, in the course * of an  equally incisive reply, said he desired  deliberately to accuse , Sir . Henry  Campbell Banuerman of. losing no  opportunity for - slandering" " his  countrymen, thc soldiers and tha  government. Consequently        the  "malignant slanders" had come   from  the opposition side.  The' speaker, Sir William Court  Gully, here intervented and declared  Unit the term "malignant slanders"  was unparliamentary.  Bolh Sir Henry Campbell Bunnorman  and Mr. Chamberlain '"thereupon  wilhdrew the woids, amid cheers.  ������J_  Mail  Orders  REID & YOUNG  Dry Goods Rflercharats,  Promptly  Solicited  Mackenzie  Avenue.  .Mr. Chamberlain, pioceeding  refetrcd to the Boers who are fighting  on tlie British side, when John Dillon  (Irish Nationalist) inierji-cled, "Thry  are traitors," upon wliich Mr.  Chamberlain retorted.  "Tlie honoiablo gentleman is n good  judge of traitors."  A scene of great confusion ensued.  When ruder was paitially restored,  .Mr. Dillon demanded a ruling on Mr.  Chamberlain's words.  , The Speaker said: "An honorable'  member spoke of soldiers serving  under-tbe Brilish flag as traitors. V  depiecated the interruption nnd 1  deprecate the retort of the other  member."  Mr. Dillion then said: "I will tell the  right honorable member that he   is  a  dimmed liar.".,  A dead silence followed this remark.  Such    unparliamentary     language  seemed to stun the House.  The Speaker invited Mr. Dillon to  withdraw the expression, but the  latter said :    "I will not withdraw."  "Then I must name you," said tha  Speaker.  The government leader, A. J.  Balfour, then said :  "I   beg to move  that Mr. Dillon be  suspended from servics in the House."  Thc motion was carried by 218 to 48  votes.  Mr. Dillon immediately, by direction  of the Speaker, left the Hous*, amidst  wild National cheers and Mr.  Chamberlain resumed his speech.  Mr.  Dillon's suspension, under   ths  I present liile?, cannot exceed a week.  His   offence   would   have  been much  more severely dealt with had the   new  rules been in force.  I  1 o *������������������  I    --f V  I ���������  ^ucUtol\t %mU aiul ijailwa  iii  {tw'tr Joiu'Hiil,  I'llt'liSllCtl  Ilv  The Revelsloke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journn! published in the  interests of llie railway men. mining mon and  business miMi of thu West. Days of Publication  Wednesday und Saturday.  AUVE1UI3I.NO   l.ATKS.  nisplav a.ls., fl.fKl per ineh; single column,  J2 per ineh when Inserted on lil le i>in.i*  Local ads., 10 cents per Ineh (noiipiirlcl). Um;  lor Ilrst Insertion; 6 cents for each addtiuimil  insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line each  issue. Jllrtli, Miirriagu aud Death Itonucs  free.  nride public in Eastern Canada, where  the s'.i'iject is not suflicienlly undei  stood. The IIichai.i) has nhv.-iy;**  uiiilerstood that Sir .Wilfrid pledged  himself in ISOil to bu guided in lhis  mutter by the wishes of the people ol  ihe West.  Mr. Prentice is proposing to alter his  Hospital Aid Act liy making a limit  bi'low which no aid will be extended.  Ilosp-t-ils, where tlu* total number of  day's treatment* in a year shall exceed  1505, but not exceed 500, will receive  $.")()0 but no aid will be (riven to any  hospital, where the total number of  days treatment, in the year is not SGo  ,il lhe least.  SCHSC1U1TI0N  ItATKS,  By mull or carrier   fi ne  six months, strictly in udvii  OUR JOB DKI'AUTMKST  r annum; $1.23 [or  anee.  ������#.'  rou  srs*i  '���������%��������� t  %J%  U  The foundation should be laid by buying Real Estate in tht new Town of  e pru**; lu .....   *.������ j**- ��������� ���������--   ---       ,   ,  small���������lorus.    Mall orders promptly attended  lo.   Give us atrial ou your next order.  to coi!i'.i:si'OSi)i:.**'is.  Vie invite rnrrcipondeiie'. on nny subject  of lntoro-*l to the general |iublli'. In all eaien  thc bona llde inline nf the writer must iieeoui-  jrnnv maiiiiserlpi, but noi- necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications lo the Manager  The redistribntu-Tu bills lis been  drafted on the piinciple of increasing  the meinbi'1'.-.hip of lhe. house, the  railically false and vicious principle,  by which the dilTictdlies in tin* way ul  a radical and righteous scheme ol  redistribution, have already been  three times slaved off in this province.  The Island is lo have T.2 jmcinbcrs and  thc mainland 3D, making 12 in all, un  increase nf four seats.  I ^jyi������ji/i^mLWiiwi*'^...'������*������V^T*_J*i'irvrT1'"1 m.timm������l.rsa  t uii.mwiravx^mviAi-mtxKxtJlJUWnMlXXlLillJlJiMBSKm  Situate right at the Doors of all the Famous Fish Gruei*: Gold Mines  NOTICK TO COI'.I.KSI'ONI.KNIS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side of the paper only.  'J.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  otthe writer.  U   K. GROGAN, Editor.  Saturday. March 22, 1002.  WHERE B. C. 3IONEY GOES.  One hundred thousand dollars is all  that Mr. Tarte could find in the  treasury ior public works expenditure  in this province. Other portions of  the Dominion are more fortunate.  Take Grande Vallee in the district of  Caspe, Quebec, for instance. The  seigneur of Grand Vallee, on; which  are situated valuable tiinber limits, is  Mr. Henry Lovell, Liberal lepresen-  tative for the constituency, of  Stunstead, also in Quebec. Some 350  persons are residents of the section.  In order to facilitate the handling of  The   News-Advertiser   has   a   plan,  which  certainly  is  woll  thought  out  and  would,  if adopted, do away with  much of the jealousy, wilh which  any  new   scheme   of   redistribution   is  al  present regarded.     lt   is  to make Uu*  Island a permanent basis of representation,   just   as    Quebec    is    in    the  Dominion.     Quebec    always   has   05  members   and   the   representation   of  the other provinces of the Dominion it*  adjusted to the proportion which fiom  time to time the population of Quebec  bears to its 05 members.    The News  Advertiser   would   give   the Island   a  fixed   representation   ot"   12   members  and adjust the representation  of the  rest of the province on the basis of lhe  proportion which   these   12   inembeis  would bear to the  population   of   the  Island.  * n      FIFTEEN minuter  ** B       -walk iYoin Main St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to the mouth of the big'  5,000 foot tunnel ou the Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR   OPPORTUMTY   is now  io   buy   at  thc  bottom figures and you will get  the  advantage  of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  .tf-fciw***.  BE?-���������, aAm FROM one to two  ore Facts hour8 Wftjk win  take you to the Rig did smith Group, Scott Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a liott of  other properties that will udveitise the Fish Creek  Camp, in IJ. C.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to  the  Famous Eva, Impel ial and Oyster Groups.  BHVEST5QATE  AND YCU  WILL  BE  PREPARED TO  TAKE THE  CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOV/ SURVEYED AND READY FOP. THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  'LOCAL AGENT,  REVELBTOKE, B. O.  ���������iaaaiaSB-EEBu  samesEE_e:  MfHWIWilP  "������l������ ���������������������  LEGAL  rM.SCOTT   B A., LL.Ii.  Barrister,      Solicitor,   Notary    Public,   Etc.  l'lr-a Street, lievelstoke.  Money to lonn.  In the meanwhile thcIIisK.vi.D would  like to point out   that   no   incve   has  been  made   to    get    the     northern  boundary of North Kootenay extended  ill'. Lovell's lumber the government is I to the Yellowhead Pass.     Unless Jlr.  JTARVEY, M'CAllTEK A: I'lNKUAJI  Bnrristers. Solicitors. Etc.  Solicitor*, for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Companv funds to loan atS percent.  Kiiist Street. lievelstoke 15. O.       SOCIETIES.  anatiian rasine  constructing a pier at an estimated  cose of $53,000. on land of which it has  no deed and from which its representatives may he excluded at the sweet  will of the owner, liast year a vote oi  $1*),000 was smuggled through the  House for this work and Jlr. Tarte, in  askiner   for   a    further    donatio    0?  inp; Parliament \o give me money to  pay for that contract which was  commenced last" yenr." The minister  no douht expected to have little  trouble with the vote, but was  nevertheless called to attention. Then  he professed to know nothing about  the job. But Jlr. Leniieux, the  member for Gaspe, let the cat out of  the bag and further enquiries will be  made as to the nropriety of Mr. Tarte  spending $53,000 of public money to  enrich . Jlr. Lovell, of Stanstead,  Liberal.  What we really need in British  Columbia is a few seigneurs, who are  also Liberal members of parliament.  Sorel, also in Quebec, is another spot  beloved of the little Liberal tin gods.  It is a town of 7057 inhabitants and is  situated in the riding of Richelieu,  represented, it ia needless to remark,  __bv   a   Liberal Jlr.    Bi'iineau. .   One.  hundred thousand dollars", as wu have  noticed, is all the money Jlr. Tarte  can scrape together for public works in  British Columbia this year, but  last year one hundred and  twenty five thousand dollars  were " expended in this little  insignificant Quebec village alone. The  work is done hy day labor, which finds  in Mr. Tarte a whole sonled supporter.  Mr. HmiU'.iii is quite in favor of this  system too. He looks after the pay  fcheets and takes particular good care  that they are not. sullied hy the names  of any cotrupt and unscrupulous  Tories. Jlr. Tarte apparently doe*i  not look upon our Brilish Columbia  .Maxwells and Gallihers-as even to Intrusted to run a pay sheet along the  lines of strict political pUrity, so he  has no money to throw away on their  constituencies. Business is business,  a** vou know.  Taylor has seen to it, to gel this point  included in the bill, the people of  Revelstoke are very likely to suffer  very materially for their remissness in  this matter before another chance  presents itself lo get the boundaries  readjusted.  Canada as a Copper Producer.  Canada is, without question, ono of  the coming copper countries���������in fact,  ib took eighth rank a.s a producer in  1001. Not only this, but thc percentage  of increase was the largest secured by  any country making the metal in  important quantities. British Columbia alone made nearly twice as much  copper in 1001 as tho entire Dominion  produced in 1900. increasing its production from 9.000.000 up t!o 30,000,000  of pounds. Important mines are being  opened in Sovti Scotia, Quebec. Ontario  and British Columbia. The Sudbury  field, in the district of Algoma, province, of Ontario, is developing several'  new mines of promise. Tlie old Bruce  mines, on Georgian bay. have been  reopeued, and now await the'.construc-  tion of a smelter, and other important  mines are nearly ready for production.  Canada tvill. make more copper in  1002  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tiirsdars of each  inontli; White Rose Decree  meets third Tuesday ol each quarter, in Oddfel-  lo������s Hall.   Vl-sltlm; brethren welcome  G. E. GROOAN. ' HV. EDWARDS,  President. Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  ACEiilar meetings-are held in tht  Oddfellow's Hall on  the Third Fn  dav of each inontli, at 8 p.m. sharp,  'iallvinv  A. JoilSSON, W.M  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. JOIISSON,  W. G. BIRNEY, Kee.-Sec.  CHURCHES  METHODIST Cin.-P.rll,  ItEVELSTOKE.  Pre.icliinu service*- at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p..m  Clai-s meeting at the close of the morning  service Sabbath School and lliblc Class at 3:30  Week-lv I'raver Meeting every Wednesday  evening at 7":.">0. The public are corciiully  invited.   Seats free.  Kcr_ 0-^^^ PMtor.  ST. FETEP- S CHURCH,  ANGLICAN.  Eight a.m., Hoiv Eucharist; IL a.m., ma'Sis,  Litanv and sermon (Holy Eucharist first Sunday in the month); 2:'.lo Sunday school, or  child-en's sfrvice; 7:3U Evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days-The Holy Eucharist is  ce'"brated at 7 a.m. or S a.m., if announced.  Holy Baptism after Sunday School ix.li:lo.  C. A. PROCVNIElt, IleCtor.  than the United Suites made in a. year  so comparatively recent ,as 1SS0.���������  Western Mining "World.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  "Time, was that when the brains  were out-tho man would die,"' says the  teirified Macbeth in the celebrated  ghost scene. 'Time was that when  the political boss got his job he went  away back and sat down." says the  hewildeted inner circle of the Kevelstoke Liber.il Association and they  wonder why the thing is not working  out according'to schedule.  PRESBYTERIAN   ClItlBCII.  Se-vioe everv Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to *������ hicli all are welcome.     Prayer meeting at  fti, m. every Wedne-day.  8'' m J rev. W. C. Calder, Pastor.  Speaking of Fast Trains.  '���������Speaking of hoastfulness born of  pride in home,-' says Hamilton XV.  Mabie, "X was once in a smoking compartment with a man from Now.York,  another from Chicago, and a. third  from New Jersey The Xew Vorknr was  boasting of the Empire State lixpros*-*,  which he said went ."O fast that llu*  telegraph pnl*>s slipped past. -JO'-miiigly  ns nlnse together as till* teeth nf ;��������� liuu  com 11.  " 'Thai's nothing.' "aid tin. man fir-m  Chicago. 'There is a train from my  city h> Milwaukee. Nothing like it. I  started lo crosi a bridge on the rood  and heard the train coming. Flaving  great presence of mind I mado a leap  in^the air and the train wa.igone when  1 camo down.  -That's a fast train.' said the Nww  Jersey citizen. The Jersey Central  flier is equally fast, but makes belter  time, because it starts fast. My wife  was on the platform to bid me good by  in Jersey City. I opened tne window  to kis.-s her and by the good name of  the land of mosquitoes I kissed strange  woman standing on the platform at  Neward.' "���������Sow York Tribune.  P.OMAN CATHOLIC CHCHCH.  Va������������   at 10:30 a. m.,  on   first,   second  and  lourth Sundays in the month.  ��������� REV.   FATHER   THAYER.  SAI.VATIO*.   ARMY.  Meeting every niglit in their  Hall on Front  Street.    TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAiLY. c.  !        EAST RO UND     S:20  "WESTBOUND   17:S0  SOUTHBOUND     8:1.0  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  ! TO ST. PAUL  j Tuesdays and Sundays to Toronto  \ Fridays��������� To Montreal and Boston  I.-l!Iili  HUE  1IEI5TS  A I.I. TItAlSS.  FIllST CLASS   A'JOOMMOIIATIOX.  HEATED  HY  HOT AIR.  H13ASONAT5LH   KATES.  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  IIOUHLY   STREET. CAR  JfEETS  AM. TRAINS.  IIA.R WBI.T. SUPPMED UY THE CHOICEST  WINKS,   1.1CJU011S  AND CIGARS        -"���������-7.-.V  TO-  LOW RATE TICKETS  r,n   K-ili>   (...������������������    I!.,,,..*....-    ������������������  STEAMSHIPS  FROM* VANCOUVER  -CHINA,  TO AUSTRALIA  JAPAN,  ALASKA  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  For full information, printed  matter, etc., call on or address,  T. XV. Bradshaw,  Agent  rtevelstoke. "  E, J. Coyle.  * Ai-sist. Gen.  '".' Passenger Aptent  -. *.    Vancouver.  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  foi* Cash.  %...  **************************  H   EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEAD'*, HIP.I'S. Etc MOUNTED,  Fnr.i Clean*"! ������r.'l Ke-airril.  JUsT EAST OK  I'I'.K������kVtei:IAN CHURCH  Third Street.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  I Baker and  I   Confectioner  A full ancl complete  line of  GROCERIES  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     Ms j TON.     SAUSAGE.  .. FISH AND GAME,IN SEASON.  vsmss  ���������is&^'iassa.isHfi  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  We have purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines iind. prospects, and desire to hoar from prospectors and others having property  for sale. ~        ' ��������� ���������  Our facilities for making quick sales are. unrivalled.  Hend us reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Office.  T  E MINES EX  P, O. Box 70  ANGE, LIMITED.  Nolson, B. C.  ni:u.*i..X'r.j.j.,:l.i^..������.:.  i*. ...m^ir,^v  II. O. l'AtlSON, I'resident.  M. J. O'DHIEN. Mannglng Director  nVe Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co,  Limited Liability. ^  Curj-y a lull unil complete line ol -    " ...  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,        .      '  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Gins,  Ports, Sheries, Clarets, Champagne, Liquers  3 "   *  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  !| Laces and Braids  it  Sir Wilfrid Laurier says now that  hefore anything can be done in Ihe  way of Chinese, legislation, it "Will he  necessary that the report of the con.-  initsioneis on  this subject should be  Piano Tunning.  li. S. Otis, piano tuner for Mason k  Rich Piano Co.. will visit lievelstoke  shortly. Any one wishing work done  hy a reliable man can leave their order  with 3. McI-cod., Second street.  Mason & Hicn Co.  iloj-dl Pcho'.I of Mine, London. Seven yenr* I *  nt Miirfa Works, .iwankea. 17 year? Chiel I *  fthfinist to v.'i-zan Coal an'l Iron Co., Knjf. ���������!*  Late (herniit ami A������������ayer, Hall MIn������?, I.W.  Claim!* t-xamlnfi'l ami riptirt'-'I upon.  Ferguson, B.C.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  TiunninR between .* rrcmhead. Tlif������in*.on'a  Landing and Comaplix, comment"Ins; Oi'toln*.-  11th, lyil.wlll sail ft9 lolloivs, wi'iilhe.- |.i*nnit-  tins;:  Leaving Arro'.i-liead for 'I'lionr-on'-; I.ai.din^  aii'I Coinni.llx  twicednlly��������� iOl*. nml l.'k*.  I.eavlni,* Comaplix nnd Thomson'.: tnniliTix  for Arrowhead twice dally���������7:1.'.It nnd I2:li,k  Making clone connections with all I'. I'. K.  Htciirneri and Trains.  Theowncra reserve the rlj;lit tocliiui|;e times  of MiiliiiKS without notice.  Tho Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  X Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  ������ antl Railway Street. %  * <*  **************************  ALEX. McLEAN & CO    I  Aircnls for the  Mason &Risch Piano  OFFICE XT  J. McLeod's Residence  SECOND  STRIiET,   KAST.  REVKLSTOKK, B.C.  m  tSU  '2J.r\  tiijj  74  A larcc raiiRC of I'oint r.n.*c,  Diii-hu.HS and lliiiioiilniri'  lirnids, KtinnpL-il l)e<lxii*<,  .*-Iiiiii]icd MiioiiN, ICmbi'oIilery  >cc*(llL*ii, Hooks, ice.  r.crlln nnd Zephyr Wool?, all  sliii.Ie������, Slipper sole.*), Vulen-  clencesl.iieu, Inscrilou.  Call nt tiie  MADISON PARLORS.  ffl Misses Shcppard & Bell sjj  wj McKenzie Avenue      oeil      KJ  SsS Is  I live; and itt uvtn"  I'le.'i-ii* don't try and run us  out nf town liy sending your  orders cast. We must have -  your work in order to live.  XVe di*|iend on you for our  work ! Kusl ith iiouses do  nut I Do not allow yoiirself  to he roped in hy their peddlers XVe also guarantee  to uivo yon better satisfaction for your money.  E,.   S.   WILSON",  Next the McCarty Block.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggngo, ete.  lo any pari of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All  orders loft at R. M. Smythe'a'Tob'accn ":  lore, or by Telephone No.7 will receive prompt  ttention. *. -  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Hetail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Ete,  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  "tt.JStSS. 'SBYBIrSi-fOgE, B.-5.  ���������>*; l/v  Jj***b^.ft*^.ft^fc_>.P>^.e.*.R^ X^*^A9i?^W&**&-#&3&*&.P&&  The Smelting" Centre of the Similkamecn Valley. Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded hy 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.  ASIINOLA is oivned.'uul hacked hy tho payroll of the Similkanieen Valley Co.il Compnny, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in it-self of its success. The equipment and development uf their coal mines, insi-ulling  of wator, electric li^lifc und power plants, are already arraiisifd for. The development^ of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine hy the K.islcrn Capitalists who have established their payroll at ASfiXOLA. makes it the  coming citv of tlie interior of British Columbia.  ^TOTIOE  NOTICK���������Ihntsixlv days utter ilnlo I intend  to niii'Iv lo Hit* Chiel Commissioner of  I.iinds and Works for permission to piu'eliin-'c  "���������-0 ncres of land si I utile on lhe Northensl Ann  of Vrrowl.iike, in the District of West Koolenny B.C., nnd .described ns follows:  Commencing Irom "S.W.;corner "f Lot 11*11,  thencu North astronomical '20 chains; thence  West SO ehnins; thence Soulh liu ehnins np-  r.ro::imiuclv; thence lain chains Norlli-  Kasicrlv to'i.oint of eoiniiieiicciiient.  F11E1). HOBINSON.  eh. S-tf '..-..   C. II.SkEN.15, "Age  t.  r?*!  rf  IJ&L  i������m  m  W  ress ahd Great Prosperity  w  Lots in Ashnola are safe hives! menls. Tu Blocks I to *t and 13 to 20 the price will he advanced 25c.  poi month until Mav Ist, 101)2, and to Leu per orpiit. in the remaining blocks. Tiio present price is irom i*>ol) to  !ji225.    Twentv-five per cent, cash, three, six and nine months without inu-rest.  Arrangeiuenis ure aheady compli-tcd fur l*_i*nliL buildings, including cotUiges for the i'.niployees ot  the coinpanv at Ashnola.    This work will he. under full headway hy May  1st.  Four vears nt;o the Crow's No.it Shares could he bought and were sold at 11 cents. Today they are  ipiolel at $S().0(). "With (he advent, of transportation, Kimilkuniei'ii Valley Coal can be deliveied at any  point in West Kootenay or Vale a*, cheaply as hy any olher Company m Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLV TO  SISVULKAftlEEM    VALLEY    COAL   CO.,    LI-VB5TED.   NI'LSON',  13. C.   W.*.****'*'***'*'*****^*********.?*^ Wi****-!  ������������������.���������'jw******'***^-^^^  ..���������"���������.TSTOTIOB.  TAKE NOTICK that sixty days nfter date I  1 intend to ap...y to the Chief Commissioner  of l.nuils and Works for ricrmissioii to imr  elmsc a parcel of land described as follows:  Comment-int; nt n post marked Alice i'crry's  .so. 1: l'ost; thence wesi io clniins; thence  N������rth40chnins; thence Kast 20ehnins; thence  South'10 clmins lo point ol commencement.  Thin fraction of land commence*. Norlh of K.  1*-. Pern's pre-emption iollo\.*int< McKenzie'*.  North-VVci Line, eomaiuliij; about SO ncres,  more or less.  Al.iOK IM'.UKY.  Goldfields, Nov. 'ii. 1901. Dec -Mm  1TOTIOS  NOTICI: i** licrctis- phi'ii tluil f.0 days niter  dntc 1 inleni! to npplv lo lhc Chief Com-  ini**.*.ionerof I.iui'l*- nntl Works tor permi*-sioii  to cut und currv avwiv tlinherliom the follow*  inn described limd*.*���������Coinmeiiclni; nt a pt>**t  nl the Miiiili-en*.! corner of Honor ]���������'. l'erry'*.  pre'Cmptioii, mnrked ".-Dtithcust cnrn.'r of  tim'jer liinit I'pplied for by I*'. .1. flohlsiiiltli";  llicnec .* c-t in i liiiins; tlicnce norlh 100 ehnins;  ihcnce cii-i V) oliiiiii- to I Is-li Creek; Ihence  lolliittlni; llii!meiimlerlii*5'������ of n--.li Creel: H'.O  clniins ui i.olnt of commencement; coiiuiiiiln*,-  610 ncre.,, more or lcss.      ���������_,_,.<,,.���������,���������������������������,  Thonr-on's Lnnditn?, October liiili, llHil.  4ylrh*******'^*^k***i'*A:'Hf***  I PELLEW-ilARVEY,  |        | BRYANT & GiLMAN  & Mining" Engineers  |j and Assayers,  $  VANCOUVF.il, li.C.      Established 1S90  UNDERTAKEN.  I  K Test** made up to 2,000lbs.  ���������^     A siiccinlty made of checking Smelter.  rA Pulps.  >������     Kamiilcs Ironi Iho Interior hy mail or  W\ express promptly attended to.  gj     Correspondence solicited.,  j| VANCOUVER, B. C.  IsTOTIOEl-  THB TOWNSITE OF  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE  CITY is tlie Terminus   of   thc   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau  Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE  CITY is beautifully situated at Lhc base of   thc Lardeau  Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  Development. . . . . . . .   ' -  TAlCi: XOTICK Ihnl 00 il*iv.<- nfter dnle 1  Intend to iiiii.lv in llio Chiel Commissioner of  Land*- mid Wnrk.*. for permission to purclii^e  the followinu' ili-ctibed lnml-,:  Commencing alii post marked "F. McAdiim-*  n. 1 l'o*-t." situate clo-e lo the old line ol  Hill .t I'rnmfnrd'.. pre-emption, I'ish Crock,  theuce north 10 chains, thence west 2U chains,  theuce south lo ehnins, thenee ensl '-0 chains  lo point ol coiiiuicncemeiit.  Goldiields, Jmi.ltjlh. I'M.  K. McAdam.  NOTICE.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WiHES.TlQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rale.  j. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  ]{egrets that he i.s nimble  through illccs*. to ho present at his .Studio and attend to business as usual.  He hopes, liny-rover, to he  able to i'u-opcn thc Studio  ���������shortly and will announce  the date in this space.  TAKK NOTICI*: that CO davs after date 1  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands aud Works for permission to cut and  carry awnv timber from the following described Inn..!*-'  Commeurlnir nt n post marked Toper r.  Pcirv's southeast corner post situate nhont200  feet from Scott Creek, thence west -10 chains;  tlicnce north 100 chains; thenee cant -10 chains;  thencesouth 100 chains, to tho place of commencement; containing 010 acres.  KOGEIl F. PERRY.  Goldfields. H. C, Oct 17th. 1901.      Nov. 0-tf.  ;er  Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  4 ^p-pro  Ferguson,- B. O.  UTOTXCtt  IN TIIK  COUNTY   COllI'.T   OF   KOOTENAY,  HOLDEN" AT KKYHLSTOKK.  liETWlXN-.��������� ,   .   _._,  Uobert Caley, of P.evelstoke, B.C., plaintitf.  and  N. Hnskcll. of Revelstoke defendant.  To N. Haskell the above, named defendant:���������  TAKE NOTICE that n default summons and  plaint have been i-sued out of this Court  airain-t vou in an notion against you by Kobert  Calev, tit Hevelstoko, li.C to recover the sum  of ;*l'0.00 for board and lodRing fnrished to  you bv thc nbove named plaintiff, nnd that in  pursuance of nn order of His Hon. J. A. Form,  Judge of this Court, vou are required within  ]*l davs from lhe publication o������ this notice in  the 11i:vi:l.stoki: IIer.vM), newspaper, to file your  dispute note, ii anv, with the Registrar ol this  Court at lievelstoke, otherwise judgment will  be entered against yon." '  Timed this Utii March.    .D., 11102.  FRED. FKASER,  Pc-'istrnr of the   ounty Court.  Revelstoke, B. 0,  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 ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  NOTICE.  TCiifeinei'is. Firemen. Machinists and  Electricians send for 40 page pamphlet  contaiiiinR*-que3tions asked hy ���������Examining Board of JSngineprs-.to obtain  Engineeis license. Address Geo. A.  Zallei*. Publisher. IS S. 4th St.. St.  Louis, Mo.. U.S.A. '"'  ^ustotioie:  Certificate of Improvements.  riNroTioiE  -  .'Ts the recognized organ for all the latest mining news of North  Kootenay. Particular alrentiou i.s paid to securing on rly and reliable  intelligence from tho newly discovered Free Milling Gold Camps on Fish  -River nnd-froiij-thu-iilaeui--.*iiid-quarl-/iiinines-oC*-tho-BiK-Bond-.*ind-district.-  in the immediate activity of Kevelsioke, such as Illecillewaet, Albert  Canyon, Jordan Pas**- .-uid Isaac. Creek. Ni*st season will witness a, liig  revival ot certainty throughout Norlh Knotenay. * and miniiiK men and  others desirous of train hip; the eai Iiest and most authentic news from the  district will find thu columns oE the HERALD their hest source of  information.  Railway X..-ws is also a Specialty ofthe HKRALD and articles of  special interest to Railway men will also be found in its columns.  Si MEDIUM  TAKE NOTICE thai t",0 dnys nfter.dale 1  intend to apply to llie Ohiel commissioner ol  Lands and Works for rierini5.**ion to purchase a  piece of land described as follows :  Commencing at a post marked F. .T Goldsmith's No 1 post,'thenco south -10 chains;  thence east*!0 chains ; tlienee north 10 chains;  llience we**t*I0 ihtiins. to point of coiiuiicnec-  nieni���������1C.0 acres more or less. This land was  staked In* .1.11. McKciire last .lune. lias n  i)ureha*-o' No. 1 po-.t iiIkmiI 100 feet from Goldfinch trail and al-mii 'Xo feet up hill, the east  line following Fish liiver.  Located l'ebruarv 20. lyO'J.      * -  f. j.Goi.nsJirrii.  Goliillelds, II. C.  Agents  Ranted I!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  ' Tn represent' the old reliable  Ijondon'^As Lancashire Life.  The Children's Endowniw.t,  and ten payment bond poliiii'S,  elc.  Most parents are willing to  Rive their boys a start in life  hy-Inking nn endowment inadi*  - payable iu age, 30, paying the  premium until the hoy is able  to carry it himself.  The Trackmen and Government  The minister of labor has laid upon  the tabic a return of all correspondence  in connection with the alleged violations of the Alien Lahor law by the  C.P.R. during the Trackmen's striko.  last year. The bunch includes letter*  and telegrams from J. T. 'Wilson,  Trackmen's president; Messrs. Shaughnessy and Leonard, of the C, P. R-;  A. XV. Puttee, M. P., J. L. Mather,  mayor of Port Arthur; F. W. .Dean������,  Kamloops; Ralph Smith. M. P.; D.  Stamper, Moose .Taw. The department  of labor sent Mr. Shaughnessy a copy  of the law and told him complaints  Were being made of his company.. He  acknowledged the receipt of sairie and  tendered his thanks.  .1. Oliud Smith, "Winnipeg, notified  Mr. . 1. "W. Leonard, C. P. R. superintendent", Winnipeg, that men were  passing through the city who had been  imported in violation of the law. Here  is the reply: "1 have to - acknowledge  receipt of your letter of Otli July, calling my attention to certain provisions  oi'the Alien Labor Law, with which 1  was already fully familiar. Yours  truly, .1. "W. Leonard."  That was all it bothered the C. P. R.  Tho position thc labor dopartiuent  took w.is that the amended act relieved it of responsibility. It U  developed in tlie following:  A. W. Puttee wired the department: Am informed that Canadian  Pacific contemplate importing labor  from Boston. Would suggest that  that Alien labor ofllcer prevent infr������������- -  tions of law.'  The department replied: "Alien  Lahor Act as amended last sension  makes provisions for enforcement of  law in cases of infringement."  The mayor of Port Arthur got. the  same answer at great length.  D, Stamper lodged a complaint with  full particulars, and in replying to him  the department more fully explains  how it interprets the law. .It holds  that private parties have to prove . in  the. courts that the law has been  violated, and then the department,  with the consent of the attorney-  general, may deport the men proved  to have been illegally imported.  This interpretation is not considered  by labor men to be. warranted. - The  Trackmen's officials unfortunately- did  not take proceedings.against the-company as ought to have been done in  some cases, but it is palpably impos--  sible for private individuals to handle  a wholesale quantity. Thoresposibility  still lays on thegoyernment for general  enforcement.  GEO. D. SCOTT.  Manager for JJ. C���������Nor th west.���������Yukon  Vancouver, B. C.  <Ji.  THIS 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 1  of thc wage-earning classes, the backbone of thc business .of tho district. |  Biis:nessmen want their .'lnnounceiiieuts to reach the  home  people who j  have the money to take advantage of their offers  and the  homes and j  families which render it uece  circulation is of any use to  up a big proportion"of our   Siibs-cribors.   people   with   homes,   families  employment and interests right at lionie,  the  people  Revelstoke  morch- j  ants -want to get at.    A space in our advertising columns, judiciously and r  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-AVeok letter to every home iurj  Revelstoke, and in the Railway ai.d Alining points,  tributary to-Revel- .  stoke business.                                    ,, j  \  t  \  [IvaiuM^e ui i.uuir mu*rs juiu ihu ihjiijl-s unit j  iccfisiry.for them Lu spuml it. No nthcrcliibsof |  i them.   Those1 are tho kind of puoplu who make  j  Mornip.jr ?tiu\ Wnlrus, Sen IAoti and Bonanza  M inertil <Jli\ims, situutc in the l.tirdunu Mining  Division of WeM Kooleimy District* Where  located : On MenlienicK. Crock, near J*i-.h  Kiver.  TAKK XO'! rCE'tlint T. F. C. Green, fictinp as  agent for Angus McKay, V. M. C. li iVJOUo. and  J. It. McKuu/.iu, Free M'ner'a Certilicate No.  D 3'20-,*>, inlend, sixty (in\s from tlie date hereof,  to apply to ihe Mining Keeorder lor ertifieiitcs  of Improvement*-, tor the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants oi thetibove churn.-..  And further take notice that Action, under  section 37, nin-st he commenced before t e  iv*uAi2cc of Mich Certifitiatebof Improvements.  Dated this Hrst day uf March, 1%2, A,D.'  v -        ir. a GREfc.v.       _   -  ���������_^ -" -��������� - ~- '- r-= =-==���������jier rrSrCrrz ���������:���������  Nelson, B C.  Certificate of Improvements.  iTOTICE  Centre Stftr nail Evening Star 'Mineral  Uliilm-, "itiiiueiii the l.ard*.*nu VinlnglJirislon  of U'e^l Knmcnay District. Where located :  On llenheiiiek creek, near Fish Kiver.:  TAKK NOTICE lhat I, F C. Green, *ieting ns  uncut Ior J. li. McKenzie, Free Miner'', Ccrilll-  i-niuXo. I! 'MUi'j. Intend, sixty ilin-s from lhe  date liereoi, to upplv tn the .Mlnlim Uecorder  oi'Cortilii'iites of Iniprovemeiits, for the pnr-  im-cof ubiiilniai: Urov/n Uranis ol the above  cluiin*..  ll.l  further Wise, notice tlmt action, under  .*-ci'ii*jn ".7, :min lie  i*ui:iin<!iir<.d   before  the  Ls^uaiKO of >ii< li Certilicate*. ol Improvements,  r.ntc.l thli flr-.ldny of March  1002. A. I).  V. C. (illl:   X,  i.cr 1"..������  0 ,  Nelson. II. C.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  ZtsTOTia.E]-  XOTICE IS HEUi;ilY GIVEN tlint ".0 dnys  after dine, I Intend lo make application to the  Honorable the Chief l-oiiimihsionci* of Lauds  and Works for u .-pedal licence lo fell and  carrv away limber from, the folloiwng described lauds:  -     No. 1.  nonimencinc'nt a po*.t planted about 50  chains north ofSt. l.coii'Hot Sprines on the  Arrow l.nkesn>.d mnrked .1. T. south west corner, thence enst Kill chains ; thence north 10  chains ; thence west JGU chains ; thence south  10 chains lo plneeof comnicnceiniiil.  ..-.  ... _        _.     Wo. 2.    --    -    -   -      -������������������  Commencing nt ft posi planted about ���������) miles  south from the mouth of Deep creek at llalena  Bnv, Arrow Lakes, mnrked J. I'. and beii'K  about 6 ehnins enst of T.II. I), 's south west corner post : thence west&Hchains ; thence.south  SO chains; thence east So chains ; iliciiciTnorth  SO chains to place of commencement.  Nelson, li. C March 3rd', 1902.  JAMKS A.TAYI-OK,  Arrowhead.  Certificate of Impveroments.  Express- Delivery  ,. All 'orders' left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to. "    ' -'  H.  Gook.  Write for our iiitc.csling books " Inventor's Help'* and " How you are swindled."^  Send us a rough sketch or model of your Jn-2  vention oi iiuprovemvnt nnd we will tell you?  free our opinion as lo whether il K probably-{  patentable. Rejected applications have often/  been ^urce.-s.sfully picscculed by us. W1*J  conduct fully tcfuipped offices in Montreal?  and \V������'-h:ni;*ton ; tlnsqiialifies tisto prompt-J  ily.di-������patch woik aud quickly secure Patents?  as bro ������d ire the iiivculionT~lligliesi references/  furni-hed. , /  Patent': procured through Marion & Ma-)  Hon receive pp**cial notice without charge in j  i over ioo newspapers disti United throughout^  Hhe D-niiiiion.  ?   Spcciulty:���������-Patent business of  Manufac-  Hurers nncl JCngiuecrs.  .   '  MARION & MARION  )��������� Patent Expert*, end Solicitors. .  )rntxr������������. 1 New York Life B'M'e, nontreaK  ^Offices:   I   Atlantic Bldit.WaBhrnf        ~  Wireless Telegraphy in the West  lt is very probable that SiR-Marconi,  thc inventor of wireless telegraphy,  will lie in Vancouver before veiy  long.  In a private letter received in  Winnipeg recently from some people  in Ott.iwn, who entertained Marconi  on his list visit to Canada, it i������ a������id  that the inventor remarked that- on  his return to Canada [he intended to  visit the Canadian west and the Pacific  coast.  In discussing tha west Marconi  remarked that the conditions for wireless telegraphy on the great w������itern  plains were much the same ns for  ocean telegraphy and he did not doubt  but that with Utile trouble a station at  the great lakes could flash wiwlets  messages to a sjation near the Rocky  l   AtlnnticBldif.WaBhrngtonDJC^  Ts the complctesb in tho dislricl for nppliurces. material and  Craftsmen.,-Our work speaks for itself. No other office in Xorth  Kootenay can touch it, lipc.iuse we not only have the tools to do good  work with, but we know how to use them. Call and *-,ee our Samples and  you will perhaps bo surprised to see the artistic and lini.shed class of work  which we can turn out.    Prices, graded down to suit the times.  Ilcil Vo\ nnd KIilcc Mineral rlBliii������.������itiinto  In tlio Ltir.lcou Mlnlni: luvMun ol Wi-nt Koole-  navDIflrict. When* loenteti : On MohIiuhIbIs  ,Creek, neur l*'i*-ti Hirer.  T-.KE NOTICE that I. r. C Green, uetlns: ns  ttfctii Ior Aii-nii Mcl-Cny. Free Miner*; Certlll-  i-ttte No. II 32i*o;>. intend, fcixty dnys lrorn the  Onto iiereofTio njiplv io llie .MimiiE 1'cconJer  Ior Certificates- oi Iini>roveiiieiits, for the tiur-  po**e of obtninln*; Crowu Grunts of .tlie nUo\e  clniins.  And further tnke notice Hint notion, under  ������ci*lion   S7, must  be commenced   bclore   llie  issuance ol .-ueli Ccriiilcntcscf liiiii.-uveiuents.  Duted this first dnv of March. V-W2, A. 1).  IL C. CItEKN.  ].crF.S.C.  Nelson, H. C.  Until*.-Silver ..iiw-niiil Hlnck Diiuiiond  Minernl CluiiiiM, a mule in llie l.unleiui Mining  Dlvlhlun of W'es-t    oolenny District.  Where f.ocnteil: Near the nend of Lexington Creeli. a tributary of Fl.sli Creek.  TA " E NOTKIE Hint I. A.I'. Cuiiitiiins, us  A Kent for the Double ICimle Mining and De-  vclo)'ineiit Coinpiiiiy, limited, of 1'erKiii.on, I  il,f, iree Miner's Certiilcute No. Ill.MI,  Intend, sixty -Iiivh from the dnto liereoi, to  niiplv lo the '-.liilii1; rcctuder for a Cerlilicale  nl I in pro v<* in en t.", J< i r llie purputu of obtaining'  n Crou n tiruulof tiie nbove elaiin.  And i urthcr Inke * mire that ai'llon. uii'lc  fection '.ii,   l.'ii.st   be   commenced   before the  i.ssbiuicc of such Certlllcate  of Improveinenls  Dated tlila twenty-third day ol January, A.D.  I'M'. ���������      .  .V.I*. CL'.MMINS, IM..S.  Feb. 0���������tf  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The choice land north of trnck,  lietwcen Tapping's nnd l.onu's, will  be Hubdivided ior mile ab i,oon ns  po-sible  G. M. SPROAT,   VICTORIA,   B. C  ���������ll*. O.Ilox. 125.  from the  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,$2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.!  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,    IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SUftPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  e'TlTATK   IN'   THE   UF.VKI.STO   K  MINING  O' Division of West Kootenny District.  Where Located: On Keystone Mountain,  Hie Hen.l. near Downie Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Geo. S. McCortcr  nctiiic a- teem for i. D. Griliam, Free Miner's  I'crtlScstc N'o. D- ST... and for W. H.VIckers,  Fr������ Miner s Certilicnte No. 00S21. intend CO  dft-.= lroni Ibe dnto hereof to applv to the  Minnie Uecorder for Certificate** of'lmprnve-  inem** f..r the purpose of obtaining Cro������n  ��������� Irani-; of ihe nbove claims.  AND 1-CPTnER TAKE NOTICE that action  under Section 37, must Ik* Mimmcni-eil b������*fore  the I*.������unni*e of such CertlUcale of Impro\c*  ments.  Dated this Klthdayof February. A.D.1902.  Fcbl2*t! Qco. 8. McCmrtcr.  i ������s^=* UNION ^3������f '  f������   Cigar  Factory  M REVELSTOKK,   B.C.  wi>    g H. A.BROWN,   Prop  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Pine  ���������Office    ,  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER  HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL MEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  Mountains. lie expressed a determination in hie trip west to  investigate into this as he believed the  grent western plnin of America waa, **  ftir as land was concerned, the most  favorable place on earth for testing hie  system.  Marconi is now in Canada and  should he carry out his intention of  coming west would be here some time  next month.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  The  "Queen  Esther" Cantata.  The plot of the cantata, whith is to  b-i given early in April for the benefit  oT the hospital and the rehearsals ot ���������  which are now in full awing under the  directorship of Mr. Jas. Taylor, is a*  follows:  Esther was  born in Persia GOO B. C.  An   orphan   from   infancy   she    waa  adopted by her uncle, Mordecai,  who,  recognizing her gieat nntural bvanty,  trained her in the accomplishments of  highest womanhood.   She was chosen  by  King   Ahasucrus  to  be   bis   wife  and Queen.     She did not disclose her  nationality.    Hainan was premier and  favorite   of the   King  and , he   hated  Mordecai because he would not bow to  him as the King had commanded.   He  did not know Mordecai's relationship  lo the Queen.    In revenge he obtained  from tlie King a decree for destroying  all the Jews in the 127 provinces of tha  realm.     Mordecai discover* the  plot  and bugs the  Queen   lo  petition   tha  King  fur   the  safety  of   his   people.  This she does at the peril  of her life.  hecauvc no one may go unto the King  unbidden.    Thc King hears the petition   and Human   is  defeated.    Now  Hainan has   prepared  for Mordecai a  gallows fifty cubits high.    An attendant  informs  the  King,   the King  ia  wroth   nnd   orders   Hatnam     to    ba  banged   from   it and proclaims   Mordecai Prime Minister in hia stead, Tha  people rejoice.  J-J i  MISTAKES  May In*, inii.le in  wearing  est Protectors  But ymir greatest mistake will  lie iiii.lt' in not wearing one.  Tbey are a great preventative  uf enlil und nobody should lie  without one when lhey can  get lliem so cheap at the  CANADA DRUG, & BOOK CO.'Y.  All Sizes and Prices.  See them in onr windi.iv.  iRtoimftta  BORN  l'"H.\ril*:u.���������On ISth inst.. to Lui-oiuolivt*  Foreman and -Mrs. S. I*'ra.sei of Kan -  loop**-, a daughter.  MARRIED.  .\1.\i*ih)N.\i.|)-Uamkiu)X���������At Edmonton  on March ISth, \V. Macdonald.  manager of tbe Imperial bank,  Kerguson, to .Mabel, eldest* daughter  of Mr. John Cameron of   Edmonton.  NOTES OF  NEWS  ���������'NAME  ON   EVERY   PIECE."  )OYfjsfEyS  Chocolates  ������D , <  ^fc)  We have lately  impork'u  {  tthe    choicest  varieties of *  ^  lhe above   in   hull*:,   and  i  are scllino' at  i,mmmmmmmmmj-imn\%&  nor  ������v,-_i*'  g__>*<i3  Reg to call your attention to the fact that  lhey have just received and opened up a  splendid shipment of  ffir���������  75c. per !h lixhe  This shipment i.s imported direct from Scotland. Wc have saved the middleman's  profit and wish to give- you the benelit of it.  Not only are the prices more reasonable, but  thc 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.  Horace Hume, cousin of U.B. Mump,  is in town today.  \V. .1. Goepel, provincial auditor,  came upon tbe south train last  night.  ���������To Rest.*���������A piano. Fur particulars apply at tbe I-Ierai.u ollice.  Lost���������a hunch of keys, finder will  please leave same at Heiiai.d otlice  and oblige owner.  '  YV. H. Pool and.I. .1. Young returned  from the Lardeau on Thursday, after  taking over tbe Silver Cup property.  ���������Patronize Home Societies and go  to tbe Concert nnd Dance on April  2nd.  Arthur Simpson tho victim of the  Sunday's shooting affair at Calgary  died in the hospital in that city on  Thursday morning.  ���������Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  D." Wilson, school inspector, arrived  in town on Thursday from the south,  lie was busy yesterday inspecting the  lower rooms and will bu here over  Mondavi  . .Architect Dodds, of Calgary, who  .. furnished tbe plans for the  new  block  which C. B. Hume k Co. are to pnt up  -this  spring, is   in .town   tod iy.    Tbe  contract   will   probably   not be let for  some lime.  W. McDonald, manager ! of the  Imperial bank, Ferguson, arrived from  Edmonton on Tuesday's No. 1 accom-"  ' panied by his bride. They spent  yesterday in town and went south this  morning.  Otto JFiechtfl'sJ Comic Players gave  a second show on "Wednesday evening  and rendered a'piogrriiiime of which  the principal features were much the  same as the night before to a fairly  good house.  The Smail caricature is particularly  good tbis week. Aid. McMahon is the  victim. At least so the label . says.  Otherwise. Uie portrait bears a strong  resemblance to the last electrical  expert, who put our fire alarm system  in s-liape.  The orchestral music has arrived for  the Queen Esther Cantata and Mr."  Taylor, ' the director, ivou d like all  wlio wish to take part in the orchestra  to ntend a rehearsal at 2 o'clock sharp  in the Oddfellow's .hall tomorrow  afternoon.  the 20th contains  incorporation of  k Co , Ltd., as a  with a capital ol'  $10,000, divided into 1000 shares of ������10  each. The company is incorporated to  carry on a saw mill business.  Kobt. Sanderson, XV. Laniont. A.  Saucili D. . .McLauglTIiu antl TliosT  McLaughlin,   all     members    ol     \V  Highest  Award  at the World's l'V:r-  Red (ross  ^      ���������- Drugstore  J5  Don' forget that wc  carrv   thc   reliable  impress Shoe for Ladies.  ������7r������,~^.***r..-**-i:xra������ ������*->������������������'.������.rrM  We have  a   large "shipment of  In aid  Linoleum and Floor Cloths just in.  All kinds of Rubbers and Rubber Boots.  A complete line of Gent's Furnishings.  F. McCarty and A. " McRne loft  Toronto for the west on  Wednesday.  Father Michel came in from  Kamloops yesterday and will assist in  the services in tbe Konian Catholic  church tomorrow. Palm Sunday.  ft   is   stated   says   the    Vancouver  News-Advertiser, that as the result  of  a  mild winter and good feed, cattle on  the Tete Jaune  Cache   ranges   are  exceptionally good condition.  The Misses I.eveque have moved  their dressmaking business I'roni  Taylor k Geoige's store to lheir  residence on First street* where tliey  will heieafter be found hv their numerous patrons.  ���������Fresh eggs at A. N. Smith's.  Services in. St. Peter's church  tomorrow, Palm Sunday, will be as  usual nt il~a.ni. and l.V,i) p. m., Kev. C.  A. Procunier.ofliciating. Next week  being Holy Week there will be service  every evening at 7.:30 p. in. and  Good-Friday service in the moriun  11 o'clock as wi P.  In reply to an enquiry as In the  price paid for the. Silver Cup mine in  the recent deal it is only fair to say  that the ligure mentioned in the  llKIt.Vl.I), viz., SfinO.OO!'. was based on a  repoi t given to us. The exact consideration has not beer, made" public, and  the IlHii.W.n therefore cannot give the  figures..  m  G-IEIIsriEIR^rj  3nXXrjJElJX3:j������2<TrX&.  CALL  AND  INSPECT  THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  LAIViP  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 Gazette   of  notice    of     the  McMahon    Bros,  limited   company  CORRESPONDENCE.  The Fish Creek Wagon" Road:  'lo tlie Kill ior of tlie Hehali;:  Sir: In ynu r issue uf iii arch 12 Mr.  Voting, M. lv, claims that Camborne  is only 7 miles from Comaplix. The  distance by the road is nearer 0 than  7. His statement that a light team  took a load of ihrce tons over it is  untrue. Tlie fir st four miles from  Comaplix is more or less swampy and  ���������subject to ovetflow. Mr. V-onns. M.Jill nd his friends denied this last year,  but this year they cxre asking '.tor $$*~i0  to build j of ii mile of it* to get it above  flood water, etc. )  XVhen we asked"for=rf^rriWfrt"n���������rtriy  Outstanding Assurance Dec. '31, 1001..$ 1,170,270,725 00..  New  Assurance Issued in 1001  2I5,012;087 00  Income  frl,371,005 Ot  Assets. Dec. :������, 1001.  331,030,720 3-1  Assurance Fund and all other liabilities 250,010,078 2S  Surplus  71,120,0*12 00  Paid-Policyholder.*, i:i 1001  27.7I-I..S21  12  mile* "the rend rises over a steep hill  m-t to so down the other side and  cro.-ses along rock slide all of which.is  subject to snow slides. By taking the  road on thi,s side both hill and slides*,  are avoided. ' Tf the proposed bridge-  were placed at. the, site of the."Old  Crooked Bridge' a safe and perin.inen|.  structure could be built for (wstimated".  SSU0 and .*. mile of new road to connect  the Comaplix load with' the " bridge  should not co*-t, more than $500 or a  total of 81300. This would shorten the  distance between Comaplix "and  flaiiiboi-ne. would cut out the hill and  irock slide and give an almost level  ,l_ ih.- _.>n tire, .distance.. It .would  Fish   creek an    easier  interest. If Mr. Young, M.R , has any  arg-unehls to submit in favor of his  contention, or against mine, 1 will be.  .pleased to answer him, but T do'nnt  care to "call names" or cry "you're  another."  * ,-, A. G. Fkaskr.  McGee's bridge gang, which was one  of th'e gangs recently laid elf, left last  night to seek their fortunes in the  Klondike.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. N.   Smith's.  Thos. Taylor M. P. P., is asking the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and  "Works some questions relating to the  difference in wages paid to foremen,  laborers and workmen in tbe Kevel*  *toke - and Slocan ridings and the  reason for it.  ��������� Don't make any appointments  fm  Apiil 2nd. -   The   Ci������grove   orihci-ti a j  are coining here   tbat,  night  and   will ]  give  a  concert   and    3   hour   (lunci*. i  under the   au������p-i.es of tlu* Irish Social  and      Benevolent      Society        whiih  promisesi to be the treat of the |-.eii.sou.  Mr. and Mrs. Doyle cnlei tuini d  about twenty of their friend-; ai. lheir  tesiilenre on 3rd St. Wednesd.iy evening. The amu^emi'iits of the evening  i ncl.ideil ii ping pong loiiriinni"iit.  \\hi--t and other games. The party  broke up about, l.'.V), all having  thoroughly enjoyed Mr. and Mr-,  Doyle'a hospitality.  There is to be a r.c.nvention of school  teacher** held at Xelson during Easter  week, which some of the staff of the  public school have decided to attend.  The children in tho rooms, whose  teachers are at Nelson, will gain a few  days extra holidays, as the regular  Easter vacation only takes in from  Good Friday to Easter Monday  inclusive.  Mr, Garden, member for Vancouver  is trying to insert ii provision in the  Hospital Aid Bill requiring trained  nurses lo hold a certificate from some  recognized training scliool in Canada  or Great Britain. Uo also wants to  make it compulsory" for municipalities  sending non paying patients of u  hospital in .'inotherniuiiicipality to pay-  one dollar .1 day for "each patient so  fent.  s'.de of the creek we asked that'*, con, | " %} ;,op ^ lo lhe wording  peteni man be sent in to ascertain.if ��������� ^ ^ ^^ ^ eimWo Ulose  our  representations   were  true,    l������������e he  flisU,1(.t  back   ot  *ls  provincial   inspector "of  roads  made a onraclv,.s.   to cross to tbe record  thorough imped ion. found the "��������� '  representations supported by facts and  ordered the new road built. Undt r*  stand, sir, tbat the Comaplix rn.-ul_h.id  been in existence =evt*ral years "unil  every year considerable sums ol  government and piiv.ite money had  lieen spent   on it.     After the Ilrst four  Piano Tuning  ��������� H. .l.-Clarry, piano tuner. Toronto,  will pay bis annual visit lo Kevelstoke  about 25th of March. Orders for  tuning may be. left at Canada Ding  and Book store.  AG A3 NST  COLD  f,ot5������ of things in stock to prevent, colds and to cure Ihem.  Some to tike before the illness  gets a firm grip, some to relieve  the suffering when in the toik  and some to restore the patient,  l.o 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 pi lees  either.  SENECA COUCH SYRUP  Oiir Specially.  a:, a  ing office at all times. . -  On tbe other hand the engineer's  estimate for a permanent bridge at  Camborne is "at least $1000" and  Comaplix is ai-king for $500 for repairs  on thc hill uid rock slide portion of  lheir road; total $1.7/! and a road  c onileitnii'd.  This, :-ir. is ���������'<". b.it s*.iy I have got ns  ! |o lhe loci I ion nt lhu bridge" arid i*.hy  :j "111-e"!!!!!.' to dif Lite to the people ot  ' i.'iiiii.iplix." Oi.i- way wii! co*-t ,81300  and benefit i-veryctic. Cninaplix  1 iiuhldeil and the go*.--riiiiii*nt will have  .il'.ngi-lhrr Similes of i* 1 !o maii'lain.  ihegn-.t'-er pul "f't '-"���������"1 "*'(l ir.ini  .ui.l _fiee fi run ivr.k und .-now slides.  Th.* other '.v.iy will u s ������������������sl.Vj'.' a id will  h,.. a di'liiiiii-iit to all i-i.ncerned.  including l.'.Mii.i|.iix ami -v'lll saddle lhe  governm-nl uil b lh" maintailii'ii-n of  11 mile- i.f i-ii.i'l. .i poi lion of which  has been *i con-.taiil coiuce t.f expense  both -.viuti-r and .-.iimnifi*.  y.x: Yt.'ixxL,-, . uf oi matloii !'������������������  snow -lidi'H is ridiculous, no stub  propoMiinii h.is ever lieen made, xior i.s  llu-ii! any mod for it. Mi*. Young, M.  I'',., stale*- *.*. hut lie know.*, lo be   untrue  r  ur  'from thc  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  Druggist nml Stationer. '���������' ,���������  Drown islock". Telephone 48.  \v!."ii b" says "tha mi k bluff at lhe  canyon ii not at present, payable by  min or be.isL" because Mr. Voung. M.  K., knows that, the mail for tie- fv>-a  mine and Camborne has been taken lip  and down this load all winter and  there has never been any stoppage or  delay. Men have been using this side  of the creek all winter in ptelVreiif-e to  Ihe other. I|, has not been uieii for  learning because there was nothing lo  lake up or down, There has iiot been  any snow shovelling or fixing but 1  aiii inforined -.thut the road could be  put in shape by two inon in. one day.  The snow at tbe bluff could be removed  in a couple of hours.  The biilunce of Mr. Voting's letter   is  personal   abuse   and    not    of    public  J5JI   Printers  --of  ---Fine  -- Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LP/ITER   JIHADS  riNVKLOPKS  STATE Mil: NTS  nir.r. F IK ADS  NOT!-   HKADS  SHIPPING  TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRMTINU   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  , _. vc i_}_j_l abo rate-.variety of Fall a nd..   .  Winter   Suitings and    you'll   find  * workmen who are competent to make up any. of 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 cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when  price is the sole consideration, but when style and  fit  and wear are duly considered, we can and  do compete  with all ready-made goods, and all other tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  D  The   Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave  li^A  (fl) W) ^^^^i(w:wW)9^WiWW>W)W)wW>WiWiW)^  X IH-A/VIE IT!.  The largest stock of the latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, KINGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASIIIONAI3LE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables me to buy  goods lit the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  W.VTCII I115PAIIUNG A SPECIALTY.  ^>������C?,-'0,'������������^''^^'^'^'^'^' ^)'^)^)^^)^)^i  ������)m������) It������]]  SIBBALD & FIELD,  .A-CB-ESISITjES   FOB  BeaS Estate  BW-   f- V. It. TOWNSITE,  eV   MARA TOWNSITE.   GERHARD TOWNSITE.  CAMBORNE TO.V.NSITE,  H\i A \T/^T AT     C Cinft'lA Permanent & Western  nA.nL/iAL~j -   C,*n.^<1*.JI','rtb,'l;?<i Corporation.  ( Equitable '.'livings Loan and Building Association.  Insurance  COAL FOU SALE,  /���������imperial Fire.      Caledonian Fire.  I Canadian Fire. Mercantile Fire.  - Guardian Fire.   Manchester Fire.  I Onean, Accident and Guarantee.  :" Canadian Accident Assurance Co.  Atlas Flre.  Northern Fire.  Great West Life.  Confederation Life  Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVPVANCINQ.  J 5 D. SIBBALD, Notary PubHc.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  CHAS, M. FIELQ.  i'ii  B-������


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