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 D  0 /Ur-p-isyi ���������������/..  \~,  CX *���������-'  y  77)  t>  Vol   v. No  iaa  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY    APRIL 9 1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  We are the* largest "buyers  of GROCERIES in the  North Kootenay', and are  therctore 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.  O  u  R  s  p  E  C  I  i     This  year  ^^rrangeme'ritS5"'''"wKich "'will  T^enable-us-to-giver-our cus-  Y;iltomerS; better5 prices, than  ft- vever-before.. .,,  '  .*,y ^.  .���������**.- >-.������������������*-���������  we  have made  ii-****"  rp'4.  W.G:NftH  These ;Shirts.''are* recog-  ^-0���������, .nized to. be .superior to,'  . . . .any*imade*in Canada for  '"���������'"~Slyle~^^rrd'"~'D'urabilitvI'  .V;������v������We"have "UienO'n'all the'  ���������������*      Latest Patterns.  y "p*. tr? *- ���������������*���������& ������*T& ~'~r     ���������  ;-*,*       ll    U        W <���������������'       ' d.-rJT  -.' . 2 '"   '  fvvl  :--.''      The celebrated Cunic Tie  lyf     .^rr;Tliej_Spring>Patterns  -���������y:      in these Goods have just.  been   received,  and   for  '- v-f^^-'^Bsauty'ahd^.Taster' excel)  *. *-J������������.'-J-<-������^f'>9****i- ���������-I"*���������-U*-.'- *..-_'.*- r *.. w       f  ;^-^*-isr.anything���������;*yet~-.produced-  :, -v-w^^by^thiff-Renowned- Fi rm'*'  if ^^ofpEfe Mdk&diYtf -1  **v*?&sJf t> s;&*S. *i   .: -���������-.-���������** J\ js&t    '  Hats! Caps 2  The wor 1 d-r e n o w n e d  -f *.*.} *!-*n&  {-���������?���������>; ,: -(. i     -i. *.*- .-ii ti-. j  .;^..-.Christie and-Fedora.Hats  A   consignment. .iii, u. the,  -������ Latest- Styles'"1', has" just  been-opened-up: <-*'���������" *-  .*".* Ji   .f ?-������'.3.'.H *��������� ,  lyHr^r-w-ii.c-t.-s.'i^^i-v' vm* ���������**<-.���������.���������  .i  ment of Imported Scotch,  and English fine, woolen  Balbriggan  and   Fleece-  Lined UndefweSf just to'  Haft'd.*:-*l*?rs^;f? *������-" '-~--*J  >*-v '^gy f  X  /.M"Laf.<-*Tf-iix^-fi  **���������Ladies^ and Gent's-Hos-;  :"^ yiery^in,',Silk7^CashmereJ  . ~" and .Wool.. *A"^complete  { stock of the Latest Pat-  ^^"terns and Best Quality.  Hardware, ,  A  carload .of.,. Assorted  Hardware jUst  opening  .jUT   .Up.,  Persdnalf-'Paragraphs *��������� Pertaining to"Railway' Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  - Daily Rounds.-'  The Cranhrook Ileruld says'the C.  P. It. iB going tq,;introduce_,electric  headlights on lhe Ciow.  _F. ,F. Bus.eea, .C. P. R. .engineer of  maintenance of .rtray," registered at the  Revelstoke Hotel yesterday. ���������'.?"-       i ''-   *, .('  Laborers to the number of 2,000 arc  being hired in Clu-istiania, Norway,  for railroad work in Canada hy F. Jl."  Eddy, an American Congressman.'  'Tht-|comin������ and going of the people  in North Bay at present, owing 'to thc  changes in the C. P. R. stuff, has,,got  beyoi_d.th������|}OWgi* oftanyone/to'keep  track of.  - * ' '.'.*; j -r$. -:-1 -.. "i". ���������* ���������,'������������������' ��������� '-."  ��������� Frank   ���������Sargent,-1'president 'of   the  Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen,  has accepted the*'pbsition'-of-*-Uiii������ea  States conimissionei* general of  .iinniigration.'^������"\. j'  _ On March 1st the.m.icliinists between  F.ort'Williaiiiytu'itlV.'V'ancoiiver of the  C. P. R. gave the CO days' notice, as  agreed, for an increase-*it������,*yvages.^r-In-  dependent (Vancouver).    ���������  Within' three week's the work of  taking the sleairiVr York' apart and  conveying her from Okanagan lake to  Trout laku.will he-commenced, so that  she can be taken through and launched  its soon .is the railhead on the A. & K.  reaches the lake.    (.-.*  George Smith, aged 28 years, ,latc  operator -in -the C. P.-R.- telegraphic  service, - died; last week of typhoid  fever, at the home of his mother, in  Winnipeg. Deceased 'has been engaged for several years in lhe C. P. R.  service, and wa.s well kuowiiand highly  esteemed by a large" ciicle of friends  and acquaintances. " "  ' .A rcmarkable.invcntion'for.prevent-  ing railway accidents has been tried  witlvsuccess on the .western " railwav***  - *.*^**J*''i*.1^>*  "bf.l^rauces'yCThe^invention is placed on  the engine.JIf ihe driver for any cause  pasces a danger --signal tho -apparatus  blows a whistle on tho engine continuously, and also throws up a small light  under the front of the engine. r,  AVdi'd'.li.is l>e.cn~.reccivt*d from the  east that" Chailio Wilcox, who i**  visiting'"lelulives in Out.uio, ha**  sustained a par.ilytic stroki',^ and. will  notjbe likely lo ieturn foi- some 'time  tocoinc.-if-iiL all.. .Charlie. Wilcox it  verjjj popular , among . the railioad  buys_.on_this.!divisionv_who .will learn  of his misfortune with - sincere" regret.1  ���������Kamloops Sentinel."   " "   ~    '        '      ���������  The.oldest railrond man in the west  .in,the point of continuou* service, died  oil.Tuesday week' at his home in .Si.  Paul, iu the person of Judge John A.  Chandler, aged.71 years. For the Ilrst  thirty : years he ;has "acted in the  capacity of general agent of the Mil-  waukee'and $t���������,Piiiil railway, .at the  latter, .c.ityj,,'. His. death was quite  unexpected; although he had  been 'in  feeble health for sonie"tiihe"past.'-   ,  n tap; Vri'JtzfvjZj A-~r."-. t������r*-_ -, ��������� i. > ���������*��������� j*. '  i^JV.JF.���������Buck lias been .appointed'  master mechanic of the'Rocky ������������������Moun*  tain   Division   or  North  Pacific, vice  F. P. Barnes, wbo hiiR been  appointed  assistant superintendent motive power-  ofiSanlal'Fe 'system. v ,Mi*.* Buck, has|  'w'brkeUif'.liis iwayv������'up .through*  the'  ranks���������was n fireman and engineer on'  the Intercolonial,   then    learned   thu  machinist trade at Moncton, S.B.   He,  has been, wilh the ".Northern   Pacific  several years as foreman   of shops���������  -EocombtivcjEtigineering.     ��������� (-i  j A message received hy the Winnipeg  "Voice' last  Tliursday   evening    from  ,*yiee s*President *' lyiwe   in   Montreilj  contains some ckoering news; he_ says  itTmay bej-egi'irded as'a certainly that  there will be no strike this spring, and  further;'that:.a '"satisfactory schedule  may'bo'expected in A fen-'davs.  There  .were,difficulties in reopening ne'gotia-  fcions.'these'have heen   overcome   anil  iill was going smoothly up tn time of  writing. ''..',' ���������    -  '.-���������F. Walker, who has been' appointed  chief train despatcher at Norlh Uay,  has occupied important positions in  the C. P. R., having been trainmaster  at Rut Portage and despatcher at Fort  William and. other   points  wost   and  ~ .r        . j      , ',. ^  lately has been with the Northern  Pacific at Spokane, from which, place  He came to North Bay. The inci eased  traffic anticipated on thc line made it  important that a-man of pronounced  ability should be placed there at the  head of, affairs.    . . , . ,  This _week the third steam, shovel  onthoKootenay division of the.C. P.  Ri started work. * One of them- is  working at the Robson bridge anil the  second tbat on the Nakusp branch  The thiid one has been got ready and  will" work between Nelson and the  Kootenay, river. . Tho proposed im  provemonts to thc roadbeds of the  railway inthedivision arc being pushed  vigorously. The steam shovel at  Robson may he called a marvel in its  capacity for removing earth' arid one  day this week it luade a record of ;*K)  cars. The filling at the bridge is Hearing completion.  Frank Ball, a brakeman working  wilh Conductor Cavin on the Ciow,  met with his death near Erickson on  Ihe west end last week. When *lhe  train arrived at Creston.'Bull was not  to be found, and the engine' vi.is"  detached and run back in search of, the  missing man. - His temains weie found-  (in the track buiihly mutilated, nnd it  was evident that he had fallen between  the cars and had been run over by  'most'of the train. The cause of "the"  disaster is not known, hut it is  supposed that Ball got sleepy while  sitting nn Ihe end of one of the dump  cars and waa Known oif.  On I be* afternoon of last Thnr-dav  ar. accident look place at the G. T.'R'.  station'at Woodstock, whiih cost J.  'Warner, a brakeman. of London, his  life. He .lumped on a moving freight  car and started lo climb to the lop.  As his hand grasped the highest step,  the sciews attaching it to the car came  nut and the unfortunate man fell  belween. the cars. Two cars passed  over Warner before the train was  slopped by another brakonian signalling to the engineer. Both legs and a  right arm weie'tpaiigled ai'd the lower  p,u t Of the'hody badly mutilated.' He'  w.is conveyed.to tho hospital wheie he  die'd late this afternoon, --lie leaves a  wife and f.iiinly.  -"-Miv-Wr-R-'-Perham, President of the  Order of Railroad Telegtaphers, with  he.idquaiters at St. Louis, has.-arrived  in Montreal fiom Neyv York. .-He went  at once to the Grand'.Union Hotel,  wheiethe committee"representing the  telegraphers on the Grand Trunk and  Canadian Pacific Railways had for ten  ���������days been; th*. session. - Mr.*-=Perhanl  says no iinpoi tance attaches to his visit  ���������to Montreal at this time; that it is  onlv a friendly call, just to meet the  "bo"ys.!i..-JHr. U. Gmipbell. Third Vice  President, is also here. Neither of tho  committees have as yet presented their  schedules to Lheir respective companies.  It is probable, however, tliey will up  pear before-both managements -early  this week.    '  The unusually livelystate of business  in railway, commercial and financial  lines ,is. being felt', hy the telegraph  com pan ies.'.uid the sea i city of telegraph  operators to handle the volumes of  telegrams is the cause of inconvenience  lo lliem. The same state of affairs is  'aUo leported hum llie United States:  In Canada thointerch.tngcnf telegrams  between all sections of Lhe countiy  consequent upon the new enterprises  in mines,- railw iy������, stock exchange  lirinsuctions and all the other kindred  interests has been swelled abnoriimlly  during the past year in compaiisou  with Lhe previous period's. To meet  this state of affairs both thu GVe.it  North Western Telegraph Company  nrifl the" Canadian--IV.cilicr-ltailway's  telegraphs are building new lines and  pi'oviding"exli'a equipment, - But the  scarcity of telegraphers is a graver  problem and ils solution .has. become  such a question that-itislikley system  atic efforts will be mado to equalize  the_demand and the supply by impart;  ingrn. knowledge of telegraphing to  'certain classes of employes whose  duties.bring them in contact with the  operating departments.  NAVIGATION GO.  The Report of the Secretary at  the Annual Meetiug, Which  Contains Matter of Much  In-  "  terest to this City. -  The Revelstoke Navigation Co. held  their annual general meeting on Monday evenjng in the office of the secretary, Geo, S. MeCarter and elected a  bo'iird of directors for lhe year consisting of tho following gentlemen: F.  McCarty, president; A. E. Kincaid,  vice president; Geo. S. MeCarter,  secretary treasurer aud Thos. Kilpatrick, D. Robinson, T. Downie and T.  E. L. Taylor. -The following was the  secretary's report, which was adopted:  To the shareholdei'sof theRevelstoke  Navigation Co. Ltd., Gentlemen.���������  Your Directors beg leave to present  the following report upon the opera  tions of the company to date:  1. A stern wheel steamer of light  draught and exceptionally great power  with a length ofjl20% feet, beam 22 ft.  ���������i,in. has 'been' constructed at Nakusp  and was'!laun'ched\on the 7th Jan. last,  on which date she made a trial trip.' to  Arrowhead in charge of Capt. Gore of  the Canadian'1 Pacific 'Railway-"who  pronounced .the., steamer; admirably  fitted for the work she ,is intended to  do. , - '  2. The cost of construction has to  some extent exceeded the estimate  made by Capt. Troup, who designed  the'boat but some of this extra expense  was unavoidable owing to the fact that  n, limited time ~was available for the  completion of the work and the  material could not all.be'assembled at  the' proper .time particularly the  inachinery,'the contractors for which  were almost two months behind in the  u- - ..  delivery of the material.  3 Tne steamer.'has cost to date  $18,500 approximately and when her  capstan has been_]put in place will  have costabbu l'$10,000. --YourDirectors  are convinced that th s lindney has  been spent in a manner "which.ensures  Lhe -stability "and .usefulness of^ a  sUMi__ev���������,to navigate the,.GJglumhia  river to La'Porte. ^>v s^..,v ?K  4. -The company has obtained from  the Provincial government an* assur-  ance.of a $2500 annual subsidy ' for  three years in consideration 'of the  company iindertaking to ' furnish  transportation during the opening  season between Revelstoke and La  Poi to" and'   the  'company,   received  assistance from the city of Revelstoke  to the extent of $3000. Assurances  havo l-ecently been received from the  delegates who visited Oltawa that the  Dominion Government would .mmedi"  ately expenc $5000 in the improvement  of the Columbia river above Revelstoke  and that an engineer will at an early  date make an examination of the river  for the purpose of ascertaining the  cost of further improving the river in  order that it may be rendered safer  for navigation. Your Directors are  now iu communication with New  York parties interested in Mica  4>ioperties at the head of Canoe river  who are desirous of co-operating with  the company in the establishment of a  tramway around Death Rapids and in  the construction and operation of a  steamer to ply between . the head of  Death Rapids and tha head of  navigation on Canoe river and efforts  are being put forth to induce the  proper authorities to grant.a, subsidy  lowaids lhe construction of a tramway  and towards the cost, of maintaining  thc steamer above Death Rapids., It  is therefore probable that at an early  date it may become necessary to * ask'  your authority to increase tha" capital  stock of the company to-, a,.- sufficient  amount f to ��������� enable.; these further,  extensions of the compan'y business to  be carried out, it being thc ' intention"  of the New York parties to takeala'rge  block of stock in this .company", to  provide capital -; for* ��������� .building the  tramway and the second steamer.  Your Directors are convinced that  with the company's' operations,., thus  extended a large and profitable  business can be developed and that a  district rich in mineral, timber and  agricultural "lands--can be brought  within easy reach of Revelstoke and  thus secure a wide expansion ��������� of  business for the people of Revelsteke  many of whom have* so generously  contributed their money towards the  objects of this company. The accounts  of tho company from tho date ��������� of its  incoiporation to date * are - submitted  herewith from which you will observe  that no expenditure has been incurred  beyond the work and material actually,  put into the boat itself,  j !;   ro -.���������'���������:.  7 In conclusion your directors beg 'to  extend their thank's to-the Canadian'  Pacific -"'Railway" authorities-^ahd. in  particular Mr. Marpole. Captain*Troup'  aud "Captain Gore for 'their 'kindly  assistance' and  -favors     shewn,   in  forwarding the objecUof the company:  i       - ,  Respectfully submitted "on behalf of  the board of directors.  Geq. S. JWcCakter;   s_ ~  Secretury-Ti.eauurer.   .  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  SPRING IS HERE,.-and with.it comes   the thought Gfia*.--  New Dress���������a theme���������the "mere mention'of which.strikes  a responsive chorcl in' every feminine, heart. -'���������'    -"  -h'���������'���������   ���������   '  We are ready to serve you with a showing-that .excels, every '  ^ - -,previous.season's effort,..a showing that trained taste .has.ch*oseii.,'jta_y  expert knowledge has bought and artistic hands have arranged for  --you.    Our long acquaintance 'with' your 'tastes-'and wishes,   our  , -.enlarged stocks,rour greatly increased facilities-have enabled us to  make a display that will- be the most artistic and" economical  ex-  "- pression ofyour 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.,  ���������'.'newestwavs'.:'   , ..-, ..    ,  made   in   the  NEAT AND DRESSY WALKING SKIRTS:  .-*.<  ship  In-.Cloth and Silk, perfect;hanging and the best of workman-  -..VeViS.yjjV  Throughout thc Store you'll ttriti 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 and designs.  NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS       "   ~ *'        ' ' ". ','  J n 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. i  NEW HOSIERY ;1,  In Plain and Fancy Designs.  reid & Yoinm  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  - ��������� -ss.  Mall Orders Solicited.  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.-  The coronation corps from tbe  Dominion | will number 5S0 men and  will sail fiom Quebec on June Tth.  Xew   guris   for 19 batteries . have  *������ .  be������ii shipped :from St.   Petersburg to  I he far Kast.  The Pope will send a special mission  to England for the coronation of  King Edward VII and to Spain for  the coronation of Kirif.; Alfonso.  --Funeral train bearing Cecil Rhodes'  body arrived at Buluwayo, M*tAb������lt-  land, yesterday. Tbe burial at the  "Brow of the World" will take \placa  on the 10th inst  King Christian of Denmark celebrated his S4lh birthday "yesterday.  I "Lord1- kimberley, 'formerly' foreign  minister o'f Great-Britain, is deadl  . 3000 Chinese troops with a.number of  Krupp guns have,, been aent , to  southern Mongolia, to suppress a.  rebellion against the severity,of (ha  indeinnity^t'axation. Several villiges  have been,strongly fortified and it ie  laid that 3000 disaffected  persons will  *    r       l '        '      j'      j    j .  resiht the troops.  Thej Toronto , police havu Uid.. a  i .large .against the, "World" , for  desecration.pf tbe Sabbath in publishing a .special edition on -Sunday night  i e the Ilurts' Itiver fight.'  Lance. Corporal R. Lloyd,'of R**rel-  htoke,   was  slightly   wounded   in th������  Hurts', River Bght. . .,       ,        ,  1, Commandant: rKritzinger, r charged  with murder, etc.',' has Ibeen. acquitted  and', is  being/   well*, .treated   as ,an  ordinary prisoner of war.;' ..     . i   .  . -fTlie   --House1 atv"jWjtshiitgton--"1_!is,  passed the Cliinese*.Eke]u's_on bill.-      , '  'The Boer  casualties' on 'March''31*  were   at  least'-30   men' killed kndSO*  wounded.   ' Co'nininndant      Eraimua'  was killed near Boshof ou April 6lh.  The    signing "of   tbe   Manchurian  convention by Russia- and-*China haa  been arranged. -.-     ��������� u .  1175 cases and 137 deatKs from cholera  are reported so far at Manila.'".-"    *  Three ni'eh'are reported killed and  [others ' injured in a' wreck :b_j!'*tb������-  Chica������o'& Great 'Western !at"-Bafn-r  back'.'Iown, oh Monday night.    "'* -'  i i,������.     ;,,  .. i-  .,*:  .,... .-   _���������. (        ,  ,  ���������" t Arrest of'Joe. "Genelle '  t  "A'special to the  Kamloops  Inland  Sentinel Bays:1'    tr-.'������������������*���������* >\ .    '   :.    >  'Victoria',' April 9.���������Acting: oniia-  'structions from the. Mounted Police afc^  'Dawson,,Supt. Hussey has caused tha  arrest of "Joseph Genelle, owner of tbe  stern-wheelers   Glenorit. ' and   Mona,'  which" were   burnt' at   Dawson   hut'  .weBli.-^who���������is-charged���������with���������baring���������  procured the burning of the .steamers..  B'Hh,. vessels    were 'mortgaged    to  Messrs.    McLennan ' k    McFuely    of'  Dawson, and were burnt^acrording'to  the'Charges' made',- to 'obtain *-.th#^'  insurance. - It is; said that .'tha poKiW"  found.IeUers  in the*possession of Q.[  McLean, the   night   watchman,, who  confessed that he started the   fire, in'  which he was asked by'Genelle to burn  the steamers.   *.,'", ', ,-  In a footnote the Sentinel comments  editorially on the above piece of newt:*  "These steamers were reported uninsured and it is most unlikely that Mr.  Genelle would be a party, to their  destruction. Steamers on the Yukon  are v'try valuable" and : profitable  property. That Mr. Genelle would  write a letter asking an employe to  set tire to the steamers is , incredible,  but that he has been arrested on thi*  charge there is no doubf."  [To wliich the Herald might add  that as n matter of fact'Joe. Genelle.  and Prov. Const. Young of Nelson  camo up together yesterday afternoon  from the south and went on to  Victoria by the delayed No. 1.!- Also  that there are considerable doubts aa  to whether Mr. Genelle, who ha* only-  learnt how to write hie own name  within the last few years, could have  written a letter instructing the  watchman to burn his boat* in order  that the mortgagees might put tbe  insurance in cheir pockets, even If be  wanted too, which does uot eeem verv  likely.]  Goldfields  The Herald is in receipt of some  photographs nf the newly constructed  bridge across Fish Kiver at Goldfields,  which represent. a very substantial  and permanent structure.' Tha power  house of the* Northwestern Development Co. is completed and awaiting  (he arrival of the dynamos wbicb will  furnish _x������wer for tbe electric driile  which it is tbe intention to use In tbe  development of the company's preper*  ty, lhe Camborne group, close to Uw'  Goldiields townsite.  M &���������  " Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co*  Limited Liability.  .'      >      A. JOHNSON.  Managing Dlret'lor.  . A Semi-Weekly Journal published Iii the  interest*, of the railway men. mining men and  t>u*.lufss men nf the West. Days of Publication  Wednesday And Saturday.  AUVEiniSISQ RATK9,  liisplar ttds., ?I.30 per inch; single colurrfn,  J2 per inch when inserted, on title pane  Legal ads., 10 cent*) per ineh (uonparlcl) line  for lirii Insertion; seentu for each additional  insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line each  Issue. Birth, Marriage and Death Noiice."  free.  St'BSCHIITION RATES.  By mall or carrier, |2 per annum; JI.25 for  six months, strictly in auyance.  OUH JOB DEPARTMENT.  1 a one ot thc best equipped printing offlces In  the West and prepared to execute all kinds of  /.riming In tiratelass atyle at honest prices.  One price to all. No job too large���������none too  ���������mall���������for us. Mail orders promptly attended  to.   Dive us a trial on your next order.  TO COltKESPONDENTS.  Vic Invite correspondence on any subject  ol interest to the general public lu all oases  the bona fide name of the writer must accompany manuscript, bin not necessarily for  publication. u  Address all communications to the Manager  and the HerAT-P has  little  dmibt  the bylaw passing the ratepayers.  of  A thrill of^pride. hus gone through  Canada at the heroic stand made by  the members of the Canadian Rifles at  tlie light at Hart's river on tbe 31st.  The Britit-h column, of which the  regiment was part, though apparently  outnumbered and surrounded, fought  the Boers to a standstill at close  quarters, until their coinrnani'.ers were  unable to bring them up any longer to  the attack. One outpost of ten men  held its ground till every man was  killed or wounded. Thus another  point was added to the long Canadian  roll of honor in South Africa. The  boys who fought and fell List Raster  Monday on Hart's river have done  more to bring about peace than all the  Pro Boer cranks anil blatherskite's.  British and American, have accom  plished since the war.  .������������������OTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side of thu paper only.  "2.���������(,'orrespoHdencc containing personal  mailer must bo signed with the proper name  ���������j'the writer. *  U. K. GROGAN, Editor.*  ^Wkdnebday. Ai'Hii.0,1002.  NOTE AND COMMENT  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  The foundation should be laid by buying Real Estate in the new Town of  L.Oo  Situate right at the Doors of all the Famous Fish Creek Gold Mines'."  'Accprding to theamendnieiits offered  by.Mi*.*.- Taylor to the .Redistribution  Bill there would be two districts made  out.of the present  Kevelstoke   riding  witli some additional territory.     The  Bevelstoke district   would   extend  as  far   north   us   the   53rd   parallel    of  latitude taking   in   the   Canoe   River  valley and the   Yellowhead   Pass  on  the side of the summit of the Rockies  and the Big Bend  of   the   Columbia,  cutting off the   Golden   or  Columbia  riding north of Kinbasket lake.    The  southern boundary would he the divide  between   thc   Illecillewaet  and  Fish  River and would cross   the   Columbia  jit the "mouth   of   Isaac   Creek.     The  Card eau riding would take in the Fish  River.  Duncan   River,   Lardeau   and  Trout Lake camps   and   its   southern  boundary would roughly speaking be  aline drawn   between   Lardo  and   a.  point t wo miles.'northof Nakusp, whieh  would   certainly "constitute    a   very  compact    and    homogeneous   riding,  . ,-iud one which will very rapidly forge  its way into the very  front rank of  importance among the mining constituencies of the province.  "Whatever may be tbe official result  of the commiHsion on the Curtis charges  now proceeding in A'ictoriu, it is quite  certain that the impression left by the  evidence on tbe public mind will be  distinctly adverse to the Dunsniuir  government. Nor will this impression  be sit all modified by theextraordinary  conduct of Mr. Dunsmuir himself,  while in the witness box. Ttis no doubt  a grave impertinence for a poor man  like Smith Curtis to come between the  wind and Mr. Dunsmuir's self importance and demand the production of  certain telegrams, whieh Mr. Dunsmuir does not want "-to let him see.  Mr, Dunsniuir appointed this commission and. rushed Smith Curtis up  against it rather to that gentleman's  surprise and confusion. If he cannot  face the music in a court of his own  creation, the conclusion which will be  drawn by the public is too obivous for  the Hkrald to need to point it out.  (Concluded from Page Two).  CS^fUfiET   CA^TC .      FIFTEEN minute?  OUIVlE.   I"AW I ������ S      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   OPPORTUNITY  is now to  buy  at  the  bottom figures and you will get  the advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  INVESTIGATE AND YOU  WILL BE PREPARED TO TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN A FEW DAYS.  FROM one to two .  hours * walk --will'  Some More  take you to the   Big  Goldsmith Group,  Scott Group,  "Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby group's; and a"'host of ~  other properties' that will: advertise  the Fish Creek  Camp, in B, G.  THTRTY'minutes   walk   will   take   you - to the  Fatuous Eva, Imperial and Oyster Groups. '��������� !  RB. LEWIS,  LOCAL &GENTV  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  LEGAL  JM- SCOTT   B A., LIi.B.  Ban-later,      Solicitor,   Notary   Public,  Ktc.  Fitit Street, Kevelstoke.  Money to loan,  Cecil Ithodes' will   is   a.  document.  which    fixes    him    for   ever  on   his  pedestal among the great, worthies of  the Empire.     Its   scope   and   aim   is  nothing smaller than to provide forever  an .imperishable   bond   between   the  three great modern,powers of the   old  Teutonic stock, the Empire, the United  States and Germany by the education  ���������i>f    the   chosen   spirits  among   their  youth at one common   centre.     H.is  characteristic of the man that in spite  of., the   shameful .treatment, to which  he has continually- for   the " past   few  vears been subjected.by the   press   of  . --j . < ,���������        ���������  Germany, he has adhered to his deter  munition to include   that  country   in  liis-scheme.    It is  also   characteristic  that'he'has selected his own university  of Oxford alone! as the place where  his scholarships can be enjoyed, where  rt smaller man would probably have  yielded to the temptation of gaining ������  tinpot reputation for impartiality by  including every "university in Great  Britain in his scheme. Nothing in ^all  his wonderful cat ear has became -this  great empire builder like the uie which  he has made of his colossal fortune.  lu its last issue   the   Herald' pub  fished* the details of the work,   which  the Public "Works committee  has laid  ' out for the year and   whieh   received  i.. the seal of the council's approval last  Friday.    We believe that there is   no  -doubt that the scheme will be  finally  -endorsed by the vote of the ratepayers  when the bylaw is presented to them.  The   council are asking for more than  ,-the last council  did under this head,  more in fact than any council has done  :" except the first.   But the work, which  .they have   laid   out   will   come  very  nearly ' satisfying    the      reasonable  - requirements of the city, at all events  in the way of sidewalks for some time  to come and we may   as  well   get  to  work at once and have done with   it.  There is neither  common   sense   nor  ���������realeconomy in making half a dozen  "   bites of a cherry in this matter. There  ���������are one or two omissions, which might  be inehlded in the final draft, such as  the extension of the present  sidewalk  along Government street to the river  and along First St. from McKenzie to  Connaught avenue.   But  with .these  Exceptions the work is  well   laid   out  EVIDENTLY.      MAKE     TWO       OR  THREE MINES.   ,"  " The schist formations seem to have  been overlain by limestone of wliich No"  17 assay, is a good sample of its , quality,  lt is still left*upon the property, at some  places in quantity, but has been greatly  eroded and broken up.  " There i.s sufficient water power to be  got near the property for any purpose and  timber on the mountain slopes. Good  quarters are already provided for ro men  and work is being carried on continuously.  " 1 fully endorse an expenditure of  $50,000 upon the property and look to its  future and economic and skillful management..is being SURE TO DISCLOSE  A MINE OF GREAT VALUE.  Since Mr. Scott made his report No. 3  tunnel has been extended and is now in  530 feet. Drifts have* been run on the ore  in No. '2 tunnel showing* continuous ore  all the way. Besides this, drifts have been  run easterly and westerly at a. point 35  feet down ihi* winze, showing in the tace  of thc westerly drift five feet of ore and in  the 'easterly drift over six feet of ore.'.the  drift being 40 feet in length. An immense  body of ore has been opened up by an  open cut on the Commander, which will be  tapped at .1 depth of 275 feet by extending  No. 4 tnnnel to a distance of 300 feet, of  which 106 feet has been already driven.  The-management of the_company have  always maintained that the company has  three large mines in its property and this  view is borne out by Mr. Scotl in his report  when he states that ''work would evidently  make two or three mines.".: And again he  unequivocally states that he looks to  the'future and economic and "skilful management of ihe property as BEING SURE  TO DISCLOSE A MINE OF GREAT  VA LU Er~" = '    "    "    r"^      '~  At the annual meeting of the Company  held last month the question of installing a  Vulcan smelter was discussed and very  favorably considered. At a meeting of  the Board of Directors held afterwards the  Secretary wa.s instructed to obtain full  particulars of cost and capabilities of this  smelter, with a view to making arrangements to install one on the Company's  properties. The cost of such a smeller  with a daily capacity of 30 tons, is about  $8,000. With one installed at thc com-  pany's properties it would put the mine on a  self sustaining and dividend-paying basis.  The maps accompanying Mr. Scott's  report are very exhaustive and give an accurate idea of the Company's property.  They are on view at the Company'"! office.  The management of thc Company claim  that the Company's properties aro second  to none in the province of British Columbia  and that our present properties are capable  of producing not one alone but at least  three large mines of great value. The  vast extent of valuable territory owned by  the Company makes this possible.  Had the Board of Directors stated in any  of their circular letters to the* shareholders  that there were at least three valuable  mines on the Company's properties, such  an assertion involving so much, might have  been discredited, but now that this view i.s  advanced from an independent and reliable  source it is entitled to be received with  credit by both present and intending  shareholders.  In view of the steamboat being completed, the confirmation of the theory ot  three separate mines and the large bodies  UARYEY, M'CABTER A PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Ktc.  Solicitors Ior Imperial Bank of Canada.  Company funds to loan at8 percent.  '    Fibst Street. Revelstoke B. C.  SOCIETIES.  Bod Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdavs of each month; White Rose "egree  meets third Tucsdav of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome  G.E.'GROO.AX. HY. EDWARDS,     '  President. .Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular meetings are held in tht  'Oddfellow's Hall on thc Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. J.HNSON. W.M.  -     . -W. G. BIRNKY, Rcc.-Sec.i-  CHURCHES  METHODIST CIHWH, KEVEL8TOKE.  - Preaching services at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p.m  Class meeting at the close of the morning  service. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 3:30  Weekly Praver Meeting .every Wednesday  evening at 7':80. The public are cordially  invited.   Seats free. -'  Rev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  gT. PETER S CHURCH,  ANGLICAX.  T.iRht a.m.. Holy Eueharist; 11a.m., ma'.as,  Litanv and sermon (Holy Eucharist Ilrst Sunday in the month); 2:3o Sunday school, er  ehildren-s service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holv Days���������The Holy Eucharist is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8 a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism after Sunday School at3:l.~>.  c. a. yRoct'.viER, Rectojr.  "PRESBYTERIAN-CHURCH ���������  Tvice every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  IxTv. hich all are -welcome. Prayer meeting at  ������p. in. every Wednesday.  Rev. Vi. C. Calder, Pastor.  KO.VAM CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mas*!   at 10:30 a. m.,   on   first,   second and  fourth Sundays in the month.  REV.   FATHER   THAYER.  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting every night in their Hall on Front  Str*el\   H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, IHRDS, Elc. MOUNTED,  Fun Cleaned and Pe.-alred.  JUST EAST OK   PKE3BYTERIAN-  CHORCH  *   1 Third Street.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven  year?  at  Morfa   Works,  3wannea.     17   years  Chiel  Chemist  to WIgan Coal and Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late Chemist and Aisayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson, B.C.  Canadian Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTBOUND     8:20   '  WESTBOUND   17:30  SOUTHBOUND     8:10  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Wednesdays ifc Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  FBKE HUB MEETS ALL TRAIN'S.  IRST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION*.  : HEATED BY HOT AIR.  REASONABLE/HATHS. *.  Brown & Guarin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT. IN EVERY ROOM.*  Now  TO-  LOW I1ATE TICKETS      *  on Sule from Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS  FROM. VANCOUVER  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,  HOURLY STREET J3AR  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  BAR WELL SUPPLIED BY TIIE CHOICBST  WINES,  LIQUORS AND CIGARS'.'   W. Bradshaw,  - Agent  Revels tolte.  E, J. Coyle.  AsbIki. Gen.  Passenger agent  1 Vancouver.  PRIME BEEF. .. PORK..   Ml)iTON..^SAUSAGE.  .  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.; c  Wood for Sale;  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  : MINES*' BOUGHTCftNlB&OLb:^^ ?*  ��������� ��������� -1      .0  ���������*.  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  fo- Cash.  John Kernaghan  ���������M-+-l-W*'t'i^*4^*4**4^'M^'fr'_?+'l'-t*  I A. N. SitH'  Baker and  Confectioner i  We have purchasers for all kinds'of metalliferous mines and prospects, and desire.to hear from prospectors and 'others -having 'property  tor sale. .       ,**,".-   ~ .     ,,-v      .:       -^ - - .,  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled. v:2riv     -i.  '' Send lis reports'; also samples'of ore for .exhibition at our Office.  . .T-E/iyilNESjEX1'; ANGE,.LiMITEa;.^3'.  p.p. Box-70   ., i-U-:.: ���������:....il., i i ~ Maleon. B>JiX.  EsBSEnnEMBxnmBtnnutm&amumanBaBumuKaaBaKaanaubBauattawaBBmBHm  H. G. PA RSON,- Fresident.  *'..-'^**S������������*.-^    U..,b'Cr*������1i   'i-nir  -M. J. O'BRIEN, M<tnn.gl������g Dlrc������tor  ine Revelstofce Wine and Spirit Co.  .'- Limited Liability.'-"- -.-*������������������ - '-'-;". '   ---.'  :"'>' :  Carry, a hill and complete Sine ol-       .'"'.,,  Scotch and Rye Whisklos, Boandleay Rums,^.;,  , . . .,-  Holland, Old Tom, London: Dry and Plymouth Gins,  ..   Ports, Shorie*,1 plareta,. Champagne,,Mquars.  Imported and Domoatlo Olgara. ^  ���������--,-.        --. . - - ** *.* ���������*���������*  .     * *  '- ' I '- - -     r .,--.  _-.������*.        . ,_!  wmmmumtmmmmm^immaammmmimmmm^ammmmmmBmntamammmamamaaat  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  A. I Smi  TIME TABLE  of ore encountered" on the Company's  properties the Board of Directors have  decided to raise the price of shares ab a  very early date. Before so doing: we  issue this circular letter in order to give  shareholders an opportunity of increasing  their present-holdings, if they so desire at  the present rate of 30 cents a sharci *  We are yours truly,   ��������� -  THE PRINCE MINING AND  DEVELOPMENT COMPANY,  Limited Liability.  Dated April 2, 1902,  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Sunning bctvrccn Arro*wh(*������d, Thomson's  Lamllng ������nd Comaplix, commencing October  Mth, 1901, will nail as lotions, weather permitting:   ���������  LciivInK Arrowhead for Thomvin's Landing  and Comaplix t-.vicedn.ily���������101c. and lSlc.  Leaving Comaplli and Thomson'*! Landing'  for Arrowhead twice dally���������7:16k and 12:46k  Making close connection*! with all C. I'. R.  Steamcrn and Train*.  The owner* reserve thc right tochange times  of sailing*! without notice.;  The Fred Robinson LumbeKXo., Limited  ������ Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  + and Railway Street. X  <* *  **************************  Laces and Braids  A large range of Point Lace,  Duchess     and    Battcuburg*  liralds,    Stamped    Designs, ,  Stamped Linens, Embroidery 1  '  Needles, Hooks, ice.  llcrlln and Zephyr Wools, all  hhades, Slipper Soles, Valen-  *    elence.Lace, Insertion.- - * ���������  Call at the ..��������� '   "  THE GI1Y:EGRESS  ;E. W.B. Paget,'propi  MADISON PARLORS.';  Misses Sheppard & Bell.  McKenzie Avenue-    oc23-, ,  IVE, AND til IMIfl  Please don't try nnd run' us-  out of to(V11 by sending your- -  orders east.     We must have,. ',  your work in order to live.  SVe depend on you for our '.'  work I    Eastern   houses  do -  not I   Do not allow yourself. '  to be roped in by their, ped-'.  dlers.     We  also guarantee, .  ' to give you better satisfacT r  tion for your money.  ���������&.  S.   :WHiS03ST,  Next the McCarty Block.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, etc.  ... j.. -to any part of the city- ��������� --  Any Kind of Trah8fofrlrig  ../Undertaken;.  All orders left at R.H. Bmythe'u Tobacco  tore, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  Mention. ���������---'.--'-***---��������� " ���������   ������������������-- ���������  i*T-..-*.   -������v--.'Ji< ,  Jas= 3E. W66dr$w  Retail Dealer in���������  !*������efefl������>prk, jj.  ������MutidhiEte./;  F1ah"-������na "Gap**" ia" Smsoo ..  ti  AU orders proaptly ft!l������aV-   -  Coroi?sSJS;. 'EBYBirJHOlB, B.ff.  '"%.  "%'  ���������s,^to y-'L  ���������Sft^1***-'**-*^^.^  The Smelting Centre of the Similkameen.,VaIley. Backed by the payrolls of two  ��������� gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by the following-resources: Coal, goid, 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 ownadaiyl backed by. the payroll of tho Similkameen Valley Coal Company, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. The equipment and development of their coal mines, installing  of water, electric light and powerplauts, are already, anuni^ud for. The development of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine by the Eastern Capitalists who have established their payroll at ASHNOLA, makes it the  coming city of the interior of British Columbia.  A City of Wonder j 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.  ;peY month until May 1st, 1902,-and to ten per eent. in the remaining' block-i. The present price is from $50 to  :$225.   Twenty-five pur cent."cash,.three, six and nine months without interest.  ; Arrangements are already completed i'or Eight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  ,'tlie company at Ashnola.   This work will be under full headway by Miiy '1st.  Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be bought and were sold at 11 cents.   Today they are  quote \ at $80.00.    With the advent of transportation, Similkameen.Valley  Coal can  be delivered at any  "point in West Kootenay oV* Yale an cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  .FOR'FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.  \r.TT. NELSON,  B. C.   ****������������������**������*&+������������������+������������������������00##Sl W,������jW.������jI������^  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo ���������Lots on Sale��������� 2oo  .      ' BUY BEPORE 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.  CxRCLE CITY'is "absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  . ,    .... pevelopment   Splendid  Wat-dr  ������������������   .Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  "SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL,AGENT, - ���������*-  .jBhi-S^rBATHO/'V^*'"-^ : Ferguson, B. C.  j>!s-:vk.-.-.������,_ ���������r8->tjie-lr%fc"gjyri fzed^'.oi'gan for all'the"latesFniihiri*g'ri'ews '"of North"*  fKootenay.   Particular attention js, paid to securing early, and .reliable  'inteUigenceffi-onrthe'newly discovWed.Fi*ey;B_KlKng.Gold Camps"on 'Fish  Rive* ajidtlSpm thV^sfacer anfl guartz minKe^ortHejBig Bend^and^disfcrict���������  iminedi_ite';'activity of LRevelst6ke",  such'"as"lllecillewaeti''Albert,  Rife  in'the  Canyon, Jordan Pass andIsiac Creek. _--2*rext���������Beason will witness a big  rrevival of certainty throughout North"'Kootehay',''' and mining men and_  'othera desirous of-gaining.the earliest and most authentic news-from 'the -  -district-.will,.find, the columns of the HERALD their best source   of?  information.   *. .    r    ,    *.        , . -  r- "vV      BaHway News is also a Specialty of "tbe HERALD" and articles of  .special interest tp Railway men will also be fouud in its columns.  ^rAfclcABrtfflP MEDIUM  ..    , , THE HERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  and'the1 class of readers, which it reaclies, unparalleled in the district. ' Itfc  appears twice'to'any other paper's once a.week and is found in the homesv  of the wage-earning classes, the Imckbone of the business of. the district.  Bus-'iiessmen want their announcements to reach the'.home, people who  have the iiioney to take -advantage of "their'.offers and the homes and  families which' render it necessary for them to spend it.   No other class of  circulation is of any use to them.   These are the kind of people who make*  uB-������.kJg.PrPfi-9?tiqn.of^)ur_,Subscribers, "people   with .homes,   families,  employment and interests right at home, the people Revelstoke merch-  aifU-'wan't to get'ati - A space in our'advertising columns,-judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every home ��������� in  , ReVelstoke,"' and in the Railway aud Alining points,- tributary-to Revelstoke business. ,--.,- .  -  ^l^llOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT *  ..... -Js the_completest_in the-district for appliarses, 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  'warkwith, but we know how to use them. Call and see our Samples and  .you.will.perhaps.be surprised.to see the artistic and finished class of work  .which We can turn out. ^Prices graded down to suit the times.  .auMcmeatM j^ws per .year, jm advance.  Certificate of Improvements.  "3STOTIOE  Mornine.Star,Walrus,Sea Lion and Bonanza  Minernl claims, situated.] lhci-urdeau Mining  Division of West Kootenay District. Wliere  located : . On Meuhcnielt Creek, near Fish  lli\er. _, .  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green, acting as  ngeut for Angus .McKay, F. AI. C. B 32005, and  J. II. .McKenzie, Free M'ner'a Certilicate No  B 32025, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for. ertlficutcs  ;of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown.Grants of the above claims.  - And further take notice that action, under  section 37, ni list bo commenced: before . tue  'issuance of such Certificates of improvements.  Dated this first d*ay of March, 1902, A.D. =.  -��������� = 1    T"* 1\ C.GREEN,'  . ��������� ���������    '       per K. S. C.  ,**    - _ Nelson, B C.  Certificate- of improvements.  2sTOTI03E3  Centre Star and Evening Star JMineral  Claims,situatein the Lardeau Mining Division  ol West Kootenay District: -Where located :  On Menhenick creek, near Fish River. |  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green, acting as  agent for J. I!. McKenzie, Free Miner's Cenilleate No; B 32025,' intend-* sixty days-from the  date hereof, to apply to thc Mining Uecorder  or Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants ol the above  claims.  nd-further take notice, that action, under  section 37, must be  commenced ��������� before' the  Issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this firntday of Match: 1902, A. D.  F. CURE  N,  per F. S. C ,  Kelson, B. C.  Certificate of Improvements.  nsroTiazE   -  Red'Fox and Ridge Mineral Claims, situate  in the Lard������au Mining Divivion of West Kootenay District. \\ here located : On Menhenick  Creek.-near Fish River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C Green, actinjr as  agent for Angus McKay, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 32005. intend, sixtv days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the pur-  poscof obtaining Crown Grants of;the above  claims.  S And further take notice that action, under  section. 37, must be 'commenced before* the  issuance of such Certificates oi Improvements,  Dated this first day of March, 1902, A. D.  F. C. GREEN.  per F. 8-C ,  Nelson, B. C.  UTOTXCXii  NOTICE���������IhRt sixty days after date 1 intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to puii'lmsc  S-MBores of lnnd situate on the Northeast Arm  of arrow Lake, in the District of West.Kooienay B.C., nnd described ns'follows:  "Commencing from S.W. corner of Lot 11II,  thence North URtronomicnl '20 chains*; thence  West 8U chains; thence South 110 chains up-  pro-iimately; thencu 1200 chains Norlti-  Easlerly to point of commencement.  FRED. ROBINSON.  lob. 5���������tf  Cl. It.SKJSK.E, Age   t.  \ PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & GiLMAN  Mining Engineers  and Assayersy  VANCOUVER, B.C.      Established 1890  tsTOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICE that sixty days after date I  intend to apply to thc Chief commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to pur  chase a parcol of landdescfibed as follows:  Commencing at a post marked Alice Terry's  No. 1 l'ost; thence west 20 chains; llience  North -iOchiilns; thenceEast 20cliains; tlienae  South 40 chains to point of commencement.  This fraction of land commence*! North of tt.  F. I'errj's pre-emption following McKenzie';,  North-Wcsl Line,   contalni  more or less.  Goldfields, Nov. 27,1901.  ing about 80 acres,  ALICE PKIIIIY.  I)ec*l-lm  JSTOTICIE  NOTICE Is herehy given that HO davs after  date I intend lo applv In thc Chid Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to cut and carry away limber from the following described lands:���������Commencing at a post  at lhc south-east corner of Roger F. ferry'**  pre-emption, marked "Southeast corner of  timber limit npplfcd for by F. J. Goldsmith";  Ihence west 10 chains; thence north 100 chains;  thence cast 40 chains to Fish Crock; Ihcnce  following the meanderings of Fish7 Creek 1G0  chains to point of commencement; containing  010 acres, more or less.  ���������F.* J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomson's Landing, October ICth,���������190).  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that CO days niter dale 1  intend to apply to thc Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and \\ orks for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post marked "K MeAdams'  o. 1.Post,"situate close to the old lino of  Hill ic Brantford's'-pre-emption,' Fish Creek,  thence north 40 chains,' theuce west 20 chains,  thencesouth 40 chains, thence east 20 chains  to point of commencement.  Goldfields, Jan. 18th, 1902. - ..   "  E. McAdam.  : 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: *  Commencing at a post marked Roger F.  Ferry's southeast corner postsituate about 200  foet from Scott Creek, thence west 40 chains;  thence north 1G0 chains; thence east 40 chains;  thence south 160 chalus, to the place of commencement; containing C40 acres.  ROGER F. PERRY.  Goldfields, B; C, Oot mil, 1901.   .; Nov. C-tf.  IS THE COUNTY  COURT-OF  KOOTENAY,  HOLDEN AT REVELSTOKE.  Between :���������  ,  Kobert Caley, of Revelstoke, B.C-i plaintiff,  and  N. Haskell, of Revelstoke defendant.  To N. Haskell the above, named defendant:���������  TAKE NOTICE that a default summons and  plaint have been iisucd out of this Court  against you in an action against you.by Robert  Caley, of Revelstoke, B.C.. to recover the sum  of. $40.00 for board and lodging furished to  jou by the above named plaintiff:, and that in  pursuance of an order of His Hon. J. A. Forin,  judge of this Court, you are required within  14 da>s from the publicatiou of -this notice in  the Revelstoke 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 6th March, - .D., 1902.  FRED. FRASER,  Registrar of the   ounty Court.  'tv Notice. '    ;" -���������'"'  .Eiinio������t*ra..Fii'i"iiie-ti, Muchinibts'.and  Electricians"send for"40 p.ipte pamphlet  containing questions asked by Ex  Hmining Board of Engineers to obtain  Engineeis. license.** Address Geo. 'A.  Zeller. Publisher. IS S. 1th St.. S't.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.  USTOTIOIE  TAKE NOTICE that GO dajs after date I  inlend io apply to the Chief < onimlbsioncr of  Lands and v. orks for permission to purchase a  piece of land described as follows :  Commencing at a post marked r. J v old  smith's No. 1 post, thencu south 40 chains ;  tlicnce east'40 chains ;;thcnce north 40 chain's;  thence west 10 .hains. to point of eummence-  mcnl���������160'ftcres more or'less.7 This laud'- w;as  staked by J.B;'.McKenzie: last. June. Has a  purchase No.] post ubout IUO feet from Goldfinch- trail and about 2011 feet uphill, the east  line following Fish River. *  Located February 20, ItOi.'  1. J. GOLDSMITH,  Goldiields. B.C.  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  *y       _  UNDERTAKEN.  Tcst'inadc up to 2,000lbB.  A specialty made of checking Smelter  I'ulps.  tramples from the Interior by mall or  .express promptly attended to.  correspondence solicited.']  VANCOUVER, B. C.  **************************  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.  Is "to lie* found at his Photographic Studio in the  Tapping Block daily dur-  irg office hours.  Wright Porritt  Revelstoke, B. O.  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison your systems  using Condensed Milk, done  up in old rusty tin cans?  when you can buy pure  SALMON ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  Agents  Wanted!!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To represent the old reliable  Lnndon*f& Lancashire Life','  The- Children's Endowmi-nt,'  and ten payment bond policiei.  elc. ���������  Most   parents  are   willing   to  '.     give their boys a start in   life  by taking an endowment made  ���������    payable at age 30,  paying .the  piemium until the hov is able  ' to carry it himself.  "GEO. D. SCOTT,  Manager for U.C.���������Northwest.���������Yukon  Vancouver, B. C.  1TOTIOE  '  NOTICE IS HKRKBl' GIVEN that 30 days  after date, I Intend lo make application to the  Honorable tho Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for a:special licence to fell and  carry 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 axd- marked J. .T.'south west,corner, tlicnce.:east 160 chains';* thence north 40  chains ; thence.west 100 chains ; thence  soutli  40 chains to place of commeiieeii-ienlr7^^   No. 2. _    , , _,    ..  Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles  south from the mouth'.of Deep crcck-at Galena-  Bay, Arrow Lakes, marked J. T. and being  about:C chains7 cast 'of :T.U:D. -a sou th' west corner post: thoncc westSOchains ; theuce south  80 chains; thence cast 80 chains ; thence north  80 chains to place of commencement.  Kelson, B:Ci March 3rd, 1902.  r .'JAMES. A. TAYLOR,  ' - -   - ���������'        Arrowhead.   -  Certificate "of; Impveroments.  ''   IsTOTIOE'-   . -  Butte. Silver How and- Black , Diamond  Mineral Claims, s tuatc in the LardSau'Mining  Divition of West    ODtenay District.  Wliere Located: Near the, Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.  TA...E NOTICE* that I, A. I\ Cummins, as  Ajicnl for Die Double Eagle Mining and Development Coinpanv, limited,-of Ferguson,  II. C, iree Miner's Certificate No. tf 1 .Sol,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the 'ilnlng recorder for a Certilicate  oi improvements, for tke purposo ol ohtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And i urther Take   otice that action, nnile  6cction 37,  n>ust   be   commenced.before the  lssbanec of such Certlflcato of Improvements  Dated this twenty-third day.of January, A.D.  1902. * '  A. P. CUMMIN8, P.L.S.  Feb. 5���������tf .     . -  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  C-.TUATE IN THE REViLSTO.E MINING  ���������J   Division of West kootenay Diatrlet.  Where Located: " On Keystone Mountain,  Bik Hend. near Downie Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Geo. 8. MrCartcr  actlDK tf agent for J li. Graham, Free Miner's  OeriiScate No. D. 3724 and for W. HTvickl"  Frue Miner's^Certlficate No. 60821, Intend 60  davs from the date heroof to applv to the  Mining^Recorder Tor Certificates ol "improve  ments for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above clalmi. -^.unu  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action  under Section 37, must bo commenced before  meCnulaS"e      S������Ch Ccrtlfi<:*������le of Improv"  r^.'it??������,h'* 10thd������rof February, A.D.1902.  Febi2-������ tmrn. 9.Ju^omrt������r.  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.Box. 43i."'.  m.^|UljilONJ������#;  Cigar Factory  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  j H. A. BROWN,   Prop. ||  m  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL   and THE   UNION ^  ^ ALL  GOODS   UNrON   MADE ^  Express Delivery  All orders left at''W. M.  Lawrence's- will 'be" promptly  attended to.  H.Cook.   . ..  Write for .our ��������� interesting: books.' 'Invent-?  Jor'a Help" nnd "How you arc swindled.*'J  JBcud us a rough sketch or model of'yourin-3  Jventiou orimproveuient and we will tell yotw  5free our opinion as to whether it is prolwblyJ  {patentable. Rejected applications have often j  Jbeeit^siicce^sfully���������prosecuted^by���������ns.^-^Wej  )conducti fully *equinped;office������ in .Montreal]  iand Washington ; thisqunlifies us'to prompt-]  Jly dispatch workahd quickly secure-Patents]  3as broid as tbe inveiitioli'VHighest references]  J furnished. -...>>, , - .   ,...  S ;Patents;.prbcuredi;through rMarionv&jMa-  Sriou receive special notice without charge in,  Joverioo newspapers distributed throughout,  ithe Dr.minion. >, t ��������� ���������      -.  .     .  7 Specialty:���������Patent business of 'Manufso-,  JturersaiictUngiueers.1';      *   , ,       \; y.  |--^MARION & MARION  5 Patent Experts and Solicitors.. v  )nnir... S New York Uie B'Wor.nontr**!?  ^Office.. | AtlanticBldB.WMhfn " ~ " s  vww ���������  ^Atlantic Bldsr.WMhlnB^on DX^j  Order Your  in������,..  "'   from the  HERALD  ���������-Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.    '  .    Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS.  \  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING? A SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  The   Prince    Mining:   and  Development Company  (Limited Liability.)   ifc-a _  Head Offioe, Revelstoke,B.C.   : **s 1   Capital Stock $ i ,000.000 divided into 1,000,000 shares ofthe  par value $1.00 each, fully paid  and non-assessable.  BOARD OF DIRECTORS.  U. A.   BROWN,    Ucvclstoko,   B.    C.  Presiili.nt.  M. I'. SMITH,���������Penclleloi., Ore ,  Vice  Pre.sidont.  J.   M.   SCOTT,     Revclstofce,     B.* C,  Seoivtnry.  C.   J.    RUMENS,   Revelstoke    B.   C.  Supcrintehctent.  JIENRV S. SCALES. Pendleton,   Ore.,  XV. H. WILCOX,   Revelstoke^-B.   C.  ���������JIHE      FOLLOWING      EXTRACTS  have been taken  from   a report made on  the   properties   of the   Prince Mining- and  Development Company,  Limited Liability,  by   John   H.   Scott,   Esq.,   M. E��������� -.f St.  .Clement'., House, Lombard Street, London,   E. C.  "Although the claims have not been  Crown Granted or surveyed', sufficient  work has been done on the properties to  obtain lhe. Crown,, Grants when the surveys are completed and would obtain a.  'coiices-iion of about 400 acres. The  altitude of.the property is about- 8000 feel  above sea level and easily reached from  Columbia river by way of 5-Mile Creek  trail.  "Topography is very mountainous and  from the altitude of the property, it will be  'observed, it is above_timber line and very '  little vegetation covers the ground as the  snowfall is very heavy almost forming  into glaciers. The general'erosion has  ground down the surface rocks so that  the country rock is clearly seen at many  places with ' lhe gossan of the veins and  .the dips and strikes of the rocks'.  GEOLOGICAL; FORMATION  is _ Green    and    Graphitic. Schists,   the  former  being much foliated with bands of '  quartz  in   its planes  of original stratification and evidence  of Dioritic and Syenitic  ���������Dykes.  f- " The trend .of .the, Schists; is northwesterly with a dip - towards the northeast of 45 degrees at No. a. adit,' from  where the geological section is taken; the  ore body is found in all these workings as  a contact deposit between the Graphitic  Schist and tho Green Schist, although the  Vein filling between the ore' lenses ' is a  Graphitic Schist with Iron Pyrites, a  characteristic not* found in the bodies"of  schist found as country rocks:        ���������   -"'  '' There are many of "the -gossans'-on  the   ' " Blkck Bear, ' Criterion " 'and  ' ''Standard",' which seem to indicate  that the���������ore bodies will be tound .between  the contact of. the. Graphitic and Green  Schist.   .       ��������� , -        *  "The ore is Chalcopyrite with Pyrrho-  tite, Quartz and Iron Pyrites.  "The present work done shows the  vein to'strike north-west '35 "degrees and  dipping about 45 degrees towards north-'  east.   .- ' l  " The' presence and indication on every  claim-in the concession,'of gossans and  ore exposures at- the ' surface, - with the  work'done give great promise of large ore  bodies: . 'A slight" glance at' the ground  and sectional plan ofthe workings wUI at  once'establish the former conclusion. .������.  " The development of th'e property and  interests connected therewith is comprised  of building; trails, cabins and',.general  prospecting.and,the development work in  adit levels, levels and winze., ,\, ,"  - "��������� No. 1 adit is driven -15 feet -into- the  hanging-wall, on the west, slope, of the  mountain, to crosscut the vein but, was  discontinued as' the'owners"thouglit the  east slope better to work upon."'  "     '  " No. 2. adit is 66 feet long,' from which  No. 1 level is driven 35 feet and out of it  No. 3 level is" driven' 15 feet.- From a  point 45 feet in No: 2 adit the winze is  sunk'in the vein filling between the lenses  with its dip ' to' a depth of 50 feet, and a  20 foot ' crosscut.is run from the'bottom,  but' I was only able to get io feet down tbe  winze as this workings were full'of water.  " No. 3 adit' i*. 480 feet long driven  through country rock to tap the ore at No.  2 adit.. * .  " Open cut is 25 feet long, ore for ten  feet, four feet wide and thc face of the  open cut is ten feet deep from the surface,  all in ore. ��������� ,  ,  *' No. 4 adit is 106 feet long being driven  lo  tap  the ore at the open cut.  The following letter from J. C. Sullivan, F. C. S., Vancouver, assayer,  analytical chemist and metallurgist says:  :'���������"! beg to inform you that No. 16 is self  fluxing and that it would take about 5^  tons of this ore to .make one ton of copper  matte of 60 cu.  (Signed) J. C. Sullivan/'���������  "While it is a very .large and promising-  property it is impossible to estimate the  value of ore in sight but at every point it  indicates very great promise after being  developed and the only thing needed is  sufficient, cash to prove these veins and  ore     exposures.      ,   WORK     WOULD  -IU  1?"  y%M  (Continued on Page Three). MISTAKES  Mny In; made in wearing  Chest Protectors  1! it your greatest mist nice will  In.! in ide in not weaving om*.  They:are a great preventative  (if cold iind nobody should In* *.  wi tin mt nne when they can  net tlu'in so cheap at the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CD.'Y.  All Sizes and Prices.  S^h* them in onr window.  MARRIED.  .Idiins'I'ON���������Dkkby��������� At the Manse,  .lievelstoke, on thn 8th inst., bv the  Uev. XV. C. CJ.ilder, Campbell .Tunics  Johnston of Luindy, Ti. C, to Xliza  Jane Derby of Prescott County, Ont.  NOTES OF  NEWS  "NAME  OH   EVERY  PIECE.*  Chocolates  _> We have lately imported  y the   choicest  varieties of  *>*' the above   in   bulk,   and  ������^- anno  sat-     ���������  S<M *  vr - . .  Beg to call your attention to^the fact that  they have just received and opened up a  splendid shipment of  RY Gj-OODS  arc selling at  I'\ McCait.y returned ftom Calgary  on Monday.  ���������l-'resh Crucerios ut. A-   N. Smith's.  Lien. .S. MeCarter is leaving .tor  Victoria tonight.  ��������� Collars���������All the latest styles in  i'pilar:, at (J.B. Hume & Co's.  IC. A. Bradley and 3. V. Perks came  from Smith Creek-on Sunday night.   -  The Carnes Creek Consolidated oflice  lias heen. moved ,lo the 'McCarty block.  ��������� Lots with 50 foot frontage from 13  dollars up."'Apply to Sibbald k Field.  J. A. Magee of the -Northwestern  Development Co., Wiis in lown . froni  Seattle on Tuesday. ' .  ���������Ties��������� Just in_ a   new   line   of the*  famous. Manhattan ties. ' You' sho'uld  see*them iit, C. B. llu'iuc & Co's.  "J. .T. Young 'came' in   from  Calgary  o'n Monday and went into the Lardeau  ���������   with *W.'B. Pool next morning.,  Wanted���������A   girl   for    hotel     work.  Write I. A.   Edson,   Ferguson   hotel.  Ferguson, B. C,   or   apply   to   A.   3.  McDonell,;Hotel Revelstoke.  , The   Ladies   Aid   of   St.   Andrew'*-  church intend  holding   a   sociable   in  the church on Tuesday the 28lh inst.  ���������Our Photographic Studio will be  open for a 'few days only R. ll.  Ti'ueman. 11  The Kamloops football team expect  to arrange a match nt Revelstoke on  May i-Hth for the Martin Cup,���������Kamloops Sentinel.  The Herali> regrets to hear that  John Cay ley, of the City Hotel, has  been laid up with a sliver in his foot  for the past week.  ���������  --Just arrived, a quantity of carpets,  oil cloth, linoleum, etc. Revelstoke  Furniture Co.  - Owing to the performance of lhe  Esther cantata on Friday evening tin-  next regular meeting of the .council  will be held on'Saturday night.  --Choice lots in C. P. R., Mara and  Farwell townsites. Apply to Sibbald  & Field.''  Mayor O'Brien's idea is to have a big  celebration in Revelstoke on Corona-  lion'Day. and he intends to call a  public meeting to discuss the matter  before long.  - ���������Trousers made to measure,  $5.00  of .stuffs regularly worth $8.00 to $10.-  00.     Some stores   are   getting thos**  ' prices. '   They   should    see        Cressman's $5 00 trousers to order.  Tlie following was the result ol  Saturday's shoot .on the gun club  grounds: McDonell IS, McRae It).  Taylor 10, Upper Ki, Barber 13. F. C.  Elliott U.  ..Tickets are going fast lor the Esther  cantata and a big house is assured,  . hut ti'will not be any too big for the  class of the entertainment which bids*  ������������������������������������fair-to-be-the_highe*t__grade___;un_\t_em_  pcrforiiuince yet given in Revelstoke.  ���������- -r-Shii'ts-r-A nice selection in white  and .coloredr-* soft and starched���������the  liist goods by the best:makers, at C.B.  11 tune k Co's.-  ?5c per fi  Highest  Award  at'the World's Fair,  Red Cross  ���������. Drugstore  ������  This shipment is imported direct from Scotland. We have saved the middleman's  profit and wish to give you the benefit of it.  Not only arc thc prices more reasonable, but  the goods are better.  These New Spring Goods consist of  Dress Goods, Silks, Muslins,"' Satins,  Organdies, Pique, Veilings, Duck, etc.  We invite you to come in and inspect  them.  Don' forget that wc carry  Km press Shoe for Ladies.  the  reliable  We have   a   large  shipment of    Inaid  Linoleum and Floor Cloths just in.  All kinds of Rubbers and Rubber Boots.  A complete line of Gent's Furnishings.  ' Private Lloyd of lhe C. M. R., who  was one of the "Revelstoke recruits  wounded " at Hurt's River, is an  Englishman and came all the way  from Winnipeg to enlist here,' as he  had missed getting on tbereV He had  beenjout 'in South' Africa -and been  wounded before. "  ���������No danger of contracting a loathsome 'disease smoking Union Cigar  Factory Cigars. They are made by  CLEAN WHITE UNION LABOR.  F. McCarty, president of the Revelstoke Navigation Co., expects to gel  the Reveliloke up here from-Nakusp  about the .first of next month. Thi  water is rising in the river and as soon  ;is ever tliere ia a sufficient prospect of  trallie to warrant hiring a crew thf  V������at will, come up and begin hei  regular trip?.  E. V.   Chambers.,  editor    of   . thc  Golden Era, .has decided'lo discontinue  the'**.-publication   of   that   paper    and  leinoyo. the    plant .< elsewhere.     Hit-  reasons are  lack  of support from thi  Golden business people. .The  Era ha<-  been running now. for over  ten  years  -ii ider different managements  but itB  .existence has always been of a more or  -less precarious nature. .  '���������'   ���������All   the' delicate   aroma    of , the  finest   imported   tobaccos   in     Union  "Cigar Factory Goods.'  Try them.  , . Capt.   Taylor   is   still'lamenting   a  deficiency of one rifle,  three bayonet**  arid 10 ������niits of uniform   in  his  company's store.**.    Whoever has   any   of  these article? in his' possession should  turn" thetn in at once,   without giving  any   further   trouble.     Any   idea  of  "getting away"   with   any   uf   Ihem.  especially the arms,  is likely  to lead  the individual entertaining it into yery  ,eiious double..  R. IL Rogers, of Arrowhead, is in  town today.  J. Kernaghan came in from Salmon  Arin.on Tuesday'."'���������,    ',..-*.  ���������Fresh butler at A. N. Smith's.  '   The Revelstoke Lumber  Co. held  a  genera] meeting on  Monday  evening.  II. G. Parson.- president of the  Revelstoke Wine & Spirit. Co.,'was in  town from Golden yesterday.   Dog tags can now be obtained from  the chief of police, price $2. All dogs  that want to live must lie tasked  immediately.  The McMahon Bios, welcomed on  Monday the arrival of their father,1  brother, and the. hitter's wire and  family. They intend to' take up their  residence here.  ���������Sibbald & Field can quote you  prices and terms on lots in all parts of  the city.  r  The next" of .kin of Private A. W.  Vollr-ilh, who was killed at Hart  river and is desciibed as being .of  Revelstoke, having been taken on here  is Charles Vollrath of Armstrong.  ���������5 acre blocks���������some well limbered  ���������suitable for garden purposes, below  the old smelter site- Apply I"  Sibbald & "Field.  The Revelstoke Wine k Liquor Co.  held their annual general meeting on  Monday evening and re-elected the old  board of clireclois wilh 11. G. Parson  again piesideiit ar.d M- 3. O'Brien,  managing director.  ���������Bow Ties���������Four-in-hand unci the  Bow Derby ties. All lhis season's  pattern's at C.B. Hume k Co's.  Master Fred. McGregor, son of F.XV.  and Mrs. McGregor, formerly of  Revelstoke, but now residents of  Salmon Arm, had the misfortune to  break his leg on Sunday in the spokes  of the.wgon'wheel.. .Mrs. McGregor  is how in ": Kamloops with the little  sufferer having the fracture attended  to.'"'   . '.  ���������The largest and best selected stock  from Winnipeg to Vancouver. See  Cressman's. S5.00 trousers made to  order.  Whilst the  contracts  for tho   drill  -ifi-������lg-of-the-RoMland:-Ne,.son^.Ka.m_  loops and  Kaslo companies have   al)  been let, nothing has so far been heard  about the contract for one here.   Capt.  Taylor'is anxious to reorganize   Com-  My.Vo. Sand  start  to   woik  ag lin ,  but nothing can  be  found  out  about  the drillshed. and after his experience  forthela-st  four yeai"?  with   the   department,,    he      is     wU.ir.ihy     very  cautious about making  another start  without something tangible to go on.  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  Mail Orders Solicited ami Promptly Attended To  ti_*���������������     -Viail    UrUmb    JUIIbllk-U   Uftltl    *   Av.a.|'������..y .      -   - ���������  G-EIsTEE.A.Xj  X&'ElttXZlJ^XiT'X.S-  CALL AND  INSPECT  THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  LAMPS  of all kinds  i and  Crockery  just opened up.  A set of  CUPS AND SAUCERS.*  from   the   Foley  factory  ln  England, will suit'you.'  SKATES.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  GIEIISflEIEL.A.ILf, 0^E{^GK^3sr-TB^,  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  at cost in order-to lnaki* room I'or  another large car of Furniture, which  will be here shortly, call and sec* if  we can't arrange lo supply yon. Now  is your opportunity lo furnish cheap.  1  W>y  w  (H)  ���������in  w>.  flrtx  Insurance  g  COAL FOR SALE,  J. D  SIBBALD, Notary Pubiic.^  11 HAVE IT I  The largest, slock of the latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, RINGS, SILVEL? AVARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHION ABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables >������e to buy  goods at thu right, prices, enabling nm to  sell to the public at, reasonable prices.  '       J\    &-TJ1Z7   IB-A-IELZBIEDeL  SIBBALD & FIELD,  .A.C3-ZEIS'TS   FOB  <"!. V..R. TOWXPITK.  -MA'HA TOWNSITK.  GKItRA K D TOWNSITK.  -OAKBOUNEia'OWNSI'i'E,  r*TT*J 1 -Ur*T i T     i, Cftnniln Permanent & Western  I inn.U dim-   { Equitable'.'living*, Lo -���������    ���������   ���������  CT-  ������SF7  e <jui'{iurniiuii.  oan unil Building.'-AssoeiRtion.  mpcrinl Fire.  - iiiuliun Fire.  mnliaii Fire.  Caledonian Kire.  Mercantile Fire.  Muriehcslei' Fire.  '     "l ol-'eiin!rAccident"ind'u\iarantce.   Confederation Life  = ^Canadian Accident Absurancc Co.   Uonnecticut I'irc  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT. ,  CONVEYANCING.  CHAS  il  *qtJi  ROLL  OF  List of the Canadian Killed and  Wounded in the Recent Fight'  at Hart's River on Easter  Monday.  O'itawa,   Apiil   7.���������The    following  list, of the Canadian  casualties  at the  ILnts River tight luu br-en leceived :  KILLED  ohn    Campbell  Ferry.  Slwritt,   Guelph,  Cranbrook,  AGAINST  COLD  Lots of things in stock to pr***  vent colds and to cure them.  Some" to'take before the illness  gets a. firm grip, somi: to relieve  the suffering when in tho toils  and some to restore the patient  to normal health.  OUR DRUGS  AND MEDICINES  Arc in excellent condition and  everything is fresh and reliable;.  No old and impotent thing in  this, .stock. No high prices  cither.  Sergeant    J  j Guelph, Ont.  Corporal   Alfred  Ont.  Privates W.  T. Telers  R.C.  XV. Vollrath. ReveMoke. IJ.C  -M. G. Hislon, London, Ont.  Cr. N. Ev-in������, London. Ont.  W. P. K. Mulligan, Peterboro, Ont.  A. West. Mo til real. .  II. I). C.impliell. Brandon, Man.'1  DANGEROUSLY wfor'NDED  Oup. S. ilcL. Howard, Montre.il.  Piiviite.-. S.  M.   Li*7.eit,  C.*.iiihi.iolc.  :. C.  3. C. Giaffina. Craiibroolc. U.C.  SEVERELY WOCNDEO  FATALRESULT���������  OF EPILEPSY  A Twelve YearOld BoyStrangled  In the Hay Loft of His Father's  Stable While Suffering From  An Epileptic Attack.  The Hi-itAi.n has to record this issue  an event of such a sad and unexpected  natuie that the lirst news of it.'sent a  hhock through the entire community..  At 10 o'clock l.isA Monday evening  the  body   of   little   Fred   Turnrosu    was  discovered   by   bis    brother    Charles  in    the   hay   loll   of   the    stable    of  the Tni'nros*. fitrm on the side of the  mountain.'"'flie boy,.-who, was about  12 years old, was  subject  Ui epileptic  fits, but. wa.s of a' tractable and  good  riiiliired diipoMlion,     Last Monday In*  was more; than usually good  humored    ��������� i- ... i  i ..  'I ' NoW/'ComRlete..;;'.:;^^-*',''  S.fi'^w  ''/ The-largest' iind' best" 'selected  stock  from ' Winnipeg _^to  the '  .Coast.' Finest and' best/equip-.  _ ped Tailoring House in B. C.  V.'"-v'*1 r'        -fl 7,       ��������� "V ft!  'Only a made to"order garment  ���������-  i   .,* .- *'. . . i-; g ; "    * i  *_can flt'-groperly and thoUe*n;ing  good dressors in Revelstoke have  showered praises   on Out' Full  !. , ��������� T. .'....,'..������..*>���������.������ i >'.  Dress and-Business Suits-.and'  Overcoats, which fit. as naturally.  us the fleece on tbo sheep'/- '( '- '-  ,'.-,...-   .   *.',( **i'-'���������\.'i  We fit pocket books as, well as  i^J\  their .owners',.',., ,,  . ^ ...'.,',.���������  8EHECA COUCH 8YRUP  Onr Specialty.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  Drown UlocH.        .'- Telephone ������.  Keigt. A. Milnf, Calgary.  Privates W. II. Ihmler, Winnipeg.  ,T. Ci Fisher, Vancouvcii*.  Si. Slr.ittoh, Virden, Man.    ,  I'. 1Indg'*<i, Virden. M.in.  I*'. W. Dennehcv. Calgarv.  T. Chiilmera, Ciilgnry.  Aniono.i Deirab, St. .Inbn, N.I!.  John fri-iint Ounn, Lnndoii. Oul.  SLICIITLV WOUNDED  Sergt. C. R. Olheii, lit anilon, Man'.  Heigt, Thos. We-slei-n, Portage la  Praiiie.  Privates. A. P'ortey. Winnipeg.  .1. Simmonw, Nelson. 15. ('.  P. Ilcndy. Hosshmd, U.C.  AIok. AIcDoniild. Kort Sleek*. B C.  II. Ilnwes. Halifax.  .I.N. Ili������wangi������r, Halifax.  Released men slate (hut Cornoral  Kinisley, Toronto, and Private T. B,  Day are killed.  ivii*iiiiiii..*������ j    ���������  laud cheerful, but, bis mother knew bj  lhis constant laughter that cine .nf bis  I ills   was   coming   on.   lhat    being   a  Iconslant symptom   with   him  ol   ibe  '.ipproacb    of   the     attack.      lie   was  playing wilh the other childien all the  iiflernoon and al. tin If pact seven made  up lhc lire  in   the   silling  room  nud  went out.    He was nccuiitoined   to I i*  out and  mound   in   the   evening and  nobody thought  anything of  it  until  his brother, Cbarli'i" ciimc in  about 10  o'clock, when Mrf.  Tuini-ciss asked to  rail the hul in,"''.Chin U'H   went  to  the  barn lo .-i.*c if be was there, nud,  to his  honoi. found   the dead   body ot   the  little boy near the window of thc hay  lofl.    An old piece of rope  was  round  Ibe child's neck and death had resulted  fiom    ���������-Iriingul'ilion.     It   is    almo"-!  certain tint tin-  poor Ind had sullen-d  an   al lack   of nis malady while in the  loft    .since    bis    boots     and    outei  clothing were thrown oif and hisshirls  torn,   a   cin.iimstuncc   which   always  nccompnnifd  ibe  progress  of one  of  his fits.      Medical aid  was called   in,  but. it. was loci late to be of any avail,  as death had ensued about nn    hour.  The  father,   Charles Tnrnro*;s, who  was nwny on Another farm at Oreeley  creek .wns   at,   once    summoned   and  ciimc*   in.     The    coioner.   Dr.  Cross,  decided   to   hold    an    inquest    this  afternoon in the No. 2firehaU.  TROUSERS  Toi Order and Up-to-date  The Best Fit in the City  For the Month of April a Choioe Lot For $6, worth *8 and'910.''  SU IT8 TO ORDER    ---.*.-      -;. - "*-.��������� ������20 ,and $25. *. ff  Wc   defv   any -firm'-to  produce "a   more .stylish of better  lilting suit for the price.  LADIES COSTUMES.   '.  Cho.CO of any costume  Material In tho Store to  Measure     during;      the  Month of April for S25.  J- B. Cressindn,  LADIED'   AND MEN'S  HIQH CLASS TAILOR.  Manning: Block,       HoKonzle Ave.  tJ-'fyrt**'-^"^'-


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