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Array vl  No    1^2  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY    APRILS   1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  AROUND THE  OUR SPECIALTY  i       We are the largest buyers  .of)  GROCERIES.,,in ..the  , : .     -,'    *.       ..   ,,   47    tiJ-  ' North   Kootenay,  and are  .',U,..*i/    i '       .     .    r*  . -'    I   i  "i/theretore able to.; offer the  ���������"'very' best goods  produced  in  the  world  at,the very.  li.' I     t. i      I_si t.      ".������.- i .      ' *.    .     ' 1  lowest  prices.-.     Although'  times have been hard -dur-  1 .i.-J.rt,  '.  ing the past year, our busi-,  ness has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  ���������   which is very 'encouraging  ��������� *   *      MM y   ������<*.'** .    _T*UIV      ���������/  to us.   ^  cr   fqT^-fV  This  year we  have made  ' ��������� arrangements    which   will  ,,, fcnable us to give our cus-  B*'*tofnefs '��������� better1 prices  than  ever before. , -.  * -***>, * ���������By i:2*^ **" --''--^ " ���������  }        -sB-nri7* i-i    a W to/ Sir*/ M  fiss   BARGAINS  ''��������������� -This-weelc w'are  offering1  ��������� ��������� ��������� some''goqflJ&rgains'in''fish:  ^-VV-*-*.   v.**-i,v  * ��������� n   ,: ..- > . _  >-_.;*o--'.  ^aeH^^pcH|E-;?5;^..  *!������?- Kippered .Herring���������in tins  m ��������� F^'nf Slirin������B,& Tomato  g^/#yLif? -  ^OA4ERS'**^,s;^.r^:^1-=:  3*1 In Tins 20c_each.  ; ?5*. ��������������� ��������� -     - -  [Ginned,,Smoked Salmon/) IC/*  ^ ^^jAatii^j Halibut VI ill  ;'*|y "       Fresh .}:02y.3c*-''?"4?  ^^^^i^.������^*-'"i-'-'*'--i"-..i*-*' ��������� -'-  Kl^a6rH^Tnrig^TT^f''Bar'rs  Ci������������i_������'-'--^^4.-:������i^  | '^Ve^Sre^re'feivnfg^we^kly  k      shipmentsof Smoked Kip-1  ?      pered   Herring   Bloaters,"  ||     Halibut aWdlSkl'monV^   *! *  Stock fish Always in Stock  ^    x-'-ei.*-"'!   ?l-'**-''-������������������*���������  * *?*' ''��������� -I"*'-* I*'''"'  HOMES";!  ���������MOKA  _3^fcs-*SrJ.I-KBS!������5Sli  -^za������*AMe=thave������peceived.Karlarge--  *    shipment "of the, ChiHiwack  2       *.*.JrHl r-.������r]i-������---.vC*1 >*^    '''������������������'I '���������'- l    -*   L-    1  -3_^Honeyrths-^enuine-article._  -4 ������0<J JiUqsj unn ^i  S?EASH  IbOFFEESJi  I Our^les'fri^th'Sc^Hne^  "? ^liavftjjeenavery-i^encourag-j  '-. ing. Having very nearly  <j doubled in the past year."*  :ia5KjJiAMJLAL:S, as a package -  .-.-rTea,���������Jias-no equal; .-   We"also*"caT-ry   "   " j  BENHUR  'i .ii  -:I  BLUE RIBBON  '   ' ji.j -ill !'- J;������ , t/.������  UPTON'S  . Pure-Mocha -. and ,,Java.  ������*SffiH* ^0������?' O'wVw Bl&ndr"*  are therfaxoiites..nU  ci \K'.I* v  i, ��������� i*   , r ,  ;   GOOD SERVICE  Ths Best Goods at the  *vOfc0WE$T PRICES       *  ,^e^k|salisfaqtioji>-'^to Our  Customers -and-'an^'ever increasing business for us.  ..si-to~I ,'-0' c:  Personal.' Paragraphs Pertain-  ' ing to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  Daily,Rounds..,.- ...  . CHas. Carey,1 O. P. It. trainmaster  at Field was registered at t he RevelBtoke yesterday. *  - Roy Moe of thu construction depart*  uien't of the C.P. R., Nelson, haabcun  transferred to Winnipeg.  T. Tompkins of Brockville, Out.,  has roceived tho" contract lo put up  tho' exterior of' the C. P. R."hotel at  BonlV, price $100,000. .   ���������    . ���������  "Herbert Stent of the C. P. R.  passenger service, Vancouver, has  been promoted to the charge ot the  passenger oflice in Tacoma,," ,  ' ��������������� :  . J\ J. Foley,, proprietor , of the Luke  View hotel'at *TArrowhead received  word the other day of the sudden  death of a young-man,-hear Munro,-  who   used   to   work   on   thc (J. P. R.  wharf at Arrowhead.  !t..C ,..\.'l���������' V.- i ...  ,��������� A Jbad :fceigbt wreck occurred on  Ilyirsday niglit_in.,the Blue canyon on  thc Southern Pacific. Two freight  trains--came together in. the canyon  and a number of train *hands were  either killed or injured.   "       ""    ^'  The Vancouver World publishes a  rumor that1 William Whyte, iibsisiant1  to the president of-the'O.-P. R. is to be  appointed- general.'manager of the  C.niadian_KbrtherriJ'buVthe Free Pre*.s  :*bf Wirmipeg-'is-.uimb'lVf'to dlitain' any  confirmation of the report in that'city.  "-A-largeIy"attended'Tne'ctir.<r of the  Cnnadiiin'^Noi'tKcvn employes was  ln-ld in Tr.iduh' hall.'-VVinnipeg, on last  Satin day eveiiing;������ 'The natuie oT tin*  business transa'ctt'd, could not be  learned, but is cii.isidi'! ed to be of nn  jiiiportHiit_fh.ir.*������ctei*, s.'iys Lhe. .Fi'ei*  Press.     '-   '  .    * >���������   ���������"* . '   ���������    -'  ~ Passengers who arrived during the  middle ,of the week at St. P.iul on the  Grelj^N'orthM'ii tell of_ ^a, -(teirible'  eyp^'ieniJ^l-l?yDheysjwere snowbound  for foixc'ilaii-'ty&Tiil "five/nlfjlit'i) on the  prairies of.North-Dakota'in'tbe worst  blizzard known for years, with a  shortage of food and fuel. ��������� " ,''r  _.SirrWiu. Van.Horne. was in Toronto  this'week to attend the'meeting of the  Northwest Land.Company. In reply  to 'a question as "to when the C, P. R.  would -.begin .. the expenditure" of  ,*S2O,60O|0OO-which has beeriauthorized,.  ���������he-replied: -"That money may not bo  spent for. years; ,it,is always necessary  to-have sometliing in the.'pantry,  ���������*"'Ch^iTes Lo**e,"who hiid'*part of ,his  skull crushed and a portion of hit*  brains dislodged by the * chain of a  steam shovtl ()in jthe railway yards.  Nelson, some weeks ago is now able to  walk around the hospital wars and can  converse rationally, lie will scon he  all' 'right1 again, " although^ a large  s,2ction.(of one. lobe of; tbe brain'is  gone.-Lr-y^-.i  ���������-'���������:< ;"������������������* yi ���������'.' ������������������'  jAIrs.S-GcIiodfello'w, "- wife of John  Goodfellow, C. P. 'R.^-chief train  deifpfttcher"'',!it-^i-Va",ncoiiver-~dipd at  Kamloops hospitiiP'or'consumption  .yesterday.^-Mr.rGoodfelIow is'-^-'one _of  the bes>t known railroad men^on. the  Pacific division aiul was'for ten years  despatcher at^Kiunlopps,  .where Mrs.  Gfoodfellpre had;iniiriy,friend3.-.i,'i ;    !  I *���������     v������.lvO*������u<v    I vj  ������~. ,:  : Tne.Great Northern will put on new  Tl foot coaches, tbe longest ever built,  on its coast'trains. They will have a  seating capacity a .third   larger   than  -.__    ,1*1  ,y -. "I r'.   ''j /,_   J_*.-J*.   '"   ^.-.rt*    .  the'ordinary ci1'. beating 72 persons.  tNew.auil.poweifiii'enKinesf I are being  built for, the. Gieat Northern's last  tfains?J'TheS*5rti*e'to be completed and  charge, hand, vice C. E. Harris, who is  resigning. Prior to hi.s departure, a  iai'ge number of tbe coach yard staff,  mm in ihe yard and piesentcd Air.  Richardson wi.'h a handsome .'gold  locket and chain, as a slight .token of  their appreciation of the very cordial  relations existing belween the staff and  their departing foienian.  Under the rearrangement in (he  C.P.R. engineering ���������stall" iu Winnipeg,  Jlr. A. C. Dennis, divisional engineer  becomes engineer iu charge of C.P.R.  main line impiovemcnU. Mr. J, G.  Sullivan, divisional engineer at Trail,  goes to Winnipeg to have charge ot  all branch construction. Mr. C. A.  Moukmau is chief clerk in the  Winnipeg ofYlccs of the above  departments, both of which will be in  the Batik of 11 imillon building.  SIDEWALf  The  City Schools.  The following is the monthly repoit  of the standing of the pupils. The  ill st three in. each class are given in  ni der of merit. *,  ������   -     . -        r-division i.      -     s;   - (-  High scliool c I.is**���������Florence Fraser.  . .Sr. 4th Class-I���������Maud Hyatt, Floi.i  Palmer, Alfred Urquhart.  Si*. 4lh Cl.iai ell���������Winnie McRury,  Delia Morgan'. Noi ma McNiib.   .    ������  :'Division nt;     _        .-,";   *.  Sr.   3rd���������Raphael   Brown,   Joseph  Nealon,  Clifford Risteen.  *Jr, 3rd���������Annie Corson, Jean Hyatt;  Mabel.Hay.  Sr.2nd���������Kiln a Bfiice.T.inms Patrick,  Nellie Robinson. Cliffoid Urquhart.  Jr. 2nd���������Ralph Bell. Era Thompson,  Bruce Calcter, Dot is Bennett. r . *     .'"  , '     ' DIVIPTOVIV."      ' i'    .  Sr. 1st Reader���������������i ,c Coursier, Geo.  ���������Woolsey, Esther Floyd:'- -  Jr. 1st Reader.���������John McRury, A.  'Abrahamson, Eva Doyle.  2nd   Primer���������Leo'   Sol way.  ���������Woolsey, Mary Maniriig.  division v...  Class III���������Alice Bell, Cl.ur Fraser  ���������FrankJD.iniel!*,.       ...  . -.'S^,\iV^     -  Ul.*i**.s* Il-"-M.md   SiniurnnsT  Gr.mat, Limia Johnson.  "Class' I���������Kathleen     Sibb'ajtl.  Doyle. Jackie McMahon..  '.-"  -..,'.     ,    division yi. - ���������  Jt;!a--s A���������Edna Coi son, .Lilian  Oacar Hans-on.       '_   _     ^~      .'-,..',.  Clibs^H���������TiiuiiT.is "FleTning, Dnn'.ild  .Calder.      '"- .    N._  Class  C���������Fiedetick   Lyttle,  Merim. Harold Gordon.  Class D���������Fied. Nelherton, Norman  Siimuier. H.uold Solloway.  ���������  Reggie  Framis  'i  iS  tn  Lee,  Joseph  ���������Dog tags'can now be obtained from  .the chief of polite, price $2.' All dog-s  that want- to live -must be tagged  immediately,     ; " . ( ���������     1  The Public Works Estimate for  the Year Passed the Couucil  Last Night���������Seven Thousand  '-Asked for Street Improvements  A special meeting of the city council  in committee met last, night and  p.ib'-ed llie improvement report, of the  Public Works committee. A bylaw  to iaiso$7000 will be put through lhe  council at their nc.*ct meeting for the  following purposes:  To gradeand gravel streets, conntrnct  sidewalks ond purchaso a city scale.  The following is pioposed foi* the year  in the way of  GRADING AND Oil WUtXINO.  Gravel fiom tlie Central hotel along  Front sti eet. King and.Douglus streetb  to Mollison's shop.  . Repair Douglas stieet hill from Mol-  lisnns to Nettle'*.  ���������Ji-avel Kootenay street from Nettle's  to 3rd stieor.  Gravel Charles street from Cowan  block to arid^strcat.xiii^; _ ;,  1 Gradeand'street^fr'om Charles to  Wales st'reeV, ;������������������ 7.  Gravel 2nd street from the Brewery to  tbe post office.  Gravel.2nd street "from <"'HuniejB  Warehouse to. Orton .avenue.  Gravel 1st street*-from" the   ffeight  shed to tbeCity hotel and Government  load from City hotel to the post office'.  Crib up lots 1 and 2, block 20. *.  Gravel 3rd street   from   Charles   to  Wales street, and grade.  Gravel Kootenay street from 3rd to  2ud street.  Open up Big   Bend   road   fiom   tho  corner of villa'lots'8  ancl   10   to  the  corner ot villa lots 4 and .6.  -  ...Grade Orton avenue froni'3rd-street  to 1st stieet.   _ 1 ; -,-   '_   T.  Giavel Campbell avenue from the  corner of Third.street to watertrougb.  Station road, and cinder thence to  Unine's store along Station road.  Open and clear R iii way avenue from  the cornei ol.Std street tii "thv corner  of 2nd street*.    ", .v;!-:^''*.  t ���������y-������j .iii., <.i,.).���������i f,.,..n Tr_ir.ic.il."i^..������������������  to McAilhur aveuuev ...-!;_     \  Gravel Boyle avenue fiom.4th"stre'et  to 1st street. ."- v*'"-.'!    ''-.  j       ->      -  Box flume across   Cinipbelf-avenue  to_be'continued to join'culvert "on  1st  street, also   a   small   culvert   to *join  main culvert at railway bridge. ' '_   - .  ; ' SIDEWALKS. i-'l'-r>. '-'' *'     *"  ' r     - -,  Six foot sidewalk on the north side"  of 3rd street, .from- McKenzie avenue  v      -,    ��������� ���������'-.','     -Ji  jt-Xi  .'.is;   '.2MUJ.  ^li*.-HJ..  east to ��������� the Robinson Lumber  Company's office and ditto on south  side to MeCarter avenue.  Six fm t sidewalk on thc noith side  of of 4th stieet from McKenzie avenue  to Orton avenue and ditto on south  side to McArlhur avenue.  Six foot sidewalk along the south  side of 3id street from the southeast  corner of Kootenay street to tlie  southeast corner of Wales street, and  a crossing to the court house in front  of lot 0,  block 37 (including grading.)  Six foot sidewalk on 2nd street from  the southeast corner of Charles street  lo (hesouthwest corner, thence across  2nd street and along the north side of  the street to tbo northeast corner of  Wnleu street (including grading.)  Six foot side walk along the south  sidl, ofg Government Road from 2nd  street to 3rd street.  Eight foot crossing along east side  of McKcnvi 3 avenue from the Cauada  Drug Co.'s corner [to the McCarty  block (With railing.)  Six foot sidewalk to continue the  existing 'sidewalk on 1st street to the  northwcsL corner of MeArthur  avenue. ' ......  '   Repairs to existing sidewalks.- !"  Six foot sidewalk on the south, side  of 1st street from McKenzie avenue to'  Robson avenue. ' -      '��������� ''"   ' "'   -.Eight foot sidewalk from southeast  comer of Sth street on McKenzie  avenue to the southeast corner of Oth  street. ' ���������' .  ,;Eight foot sidewalk on. west sice of  McCenzie avenue from 1st street to  2nd'street. '    * '-  '  Six foot sidewalk on west side of  McKenzie avenue from 2nd street to  7th street.  , Six foot' sidewalk ��������� on front street  from Well's store to old Herald office.  S.ix foot sidewalk on the east side of  Connaught avenue from Victoria road  to 2nd street, with copings. "*  i*i".'   ��������� ���������/  Six foot sidewalk from the Imperial  Bank to J. L. Smith's residence.'  Six foot sidewalk on 3rd street from  lot 12,-block 46, to lot 7, bloek 40. -    ���������  BY TELEGRAPH  ,,^,Shot Through,the Head. ..,.  * A young ' man,, named. -Thested,   a  Dane, cauie.to his death at Fire.Valley  wi,    /JULiad^ _". by- ^Slluwt7-uf4~-U!!iJ>:eir  accidentally, wliile ont hunting. The  bullet passed clear through his head  and death was-instantaneous. The  deceased, who was.an employe of..the  Edgewbod I Dairy 'Co., Jcame v 'from  Cornwall in Manitoba. ,Dr. Cross went  down yestetday'inorning to   hold   an  t .   .    ,     ���������       z        :, *      i... * i  inquest.      - ' .   -"  -Fresh butter at A. N. .Smith's.  reco.  7-V  -������*.. *.' *i  rains,  dejije!������dj>y^tl.t(tflr������,tjiif May. - .  .The Canadian Pacific is  lcceivin'g  extrS^Hiiotivo, power  owing lo.the  heavy_call, for 'engines, for" freight  trafllcv*;Twelve, ,locqmpti.v.'.s.._lof the  Great Northern are now being  ins)>eetcd at Nee ho. N. D., and will be  forwai-ded* to^. Winnipeg' for"service.  Thomas Cannon, master mechanic of  the Great Northern, is effecting thc.  transfer.       _' , -,' ,,     '   '���������  ��������� \Parryt A. Lyddon, who has been for  a*number of years' foreman.of the  N./P, Shops at Brainetd, has been,  appointed - master, mechanic of the  Minnesota-division /with ��������� headquarters  at Staples. Besides, the main line and  its branches from St Paul toMoorhead-  Mr. Lyddori'will also have charge of  the line' front Winnipeg Junction to  Pembina.*",' .'   .   .-.'. ',,   f , .*>-  ,In regard.to the C. N. R. sectionmau  at Headingly, Chas. Story, over whose  dismissal, ^trouble,   was    said   to   be  brewing,^ i the'  railway'.officials    in  .Winnipeg state that he was discharged  because    he ��������� left ��������� his   post  without  j      . . i ,  receiving permission from his - imim-d-  iate superior.to do so und furthermore  .that be had not been attending to   his  work properly.   Tfley state that they  do notappiehend any  trouble"  in   the  matter'., j  1 .Walter Richardson, late night foreman of the C." P. R.'coach yard in  Winnipeg; has left fcr Biandonlwbere  be goes to  take  the  position of  car  '* -i.  fc ; ���������      -  -   ��������� r'   .      .,    - ���������   ���������      -  SPRING IS HERE,   and .with ,it."comes Tthe tiiought of a  New Dress���������a theme*!���������the mere_mention,of,which strikes."  a responsive chord in every'feminine?heart.* *' '���������"'   ''''  "''(' ' j"  We are ready to serve you with7a showing---that 'excels every  ?,RreY.Loug.geason's.effort, .a_showing__that trained.taste'has ch'o's'enV'"  expert knowledge has bought and artistic hands have a'rra'nged' for' "  .you.    Our long-acquaintance "with ,your .'tastes and wishes,1 'our'  J , .enlarged stocks, our greatly, increased facilities have .enabled us-to"  make a display that will   be the most artistic and  economical-'ex-"-<  pression of your every thought. -'   " ,  '    >   1  r,'<.i .-i ���������. -.!  Never in the history of our business career have wc been able1'  .to place before the fair sex of Revelstoke such an array of exquisite  - - new creations as will be shown here this Season. *    ��������� ��������� .'    , ���������   ���������*  DAINTY WAISTS .,!..;  Dainty   Waists' of*Silk, Muslin,'Cotton, etc.;   made   in   the  ��������� newest ways.   .    * . :  IMEAT ANDoDRESSY WALKING SKIRTS. "! -\  ���������   In Cloth and Silk, perfect hanging and thc best of workman- ���������  ship. .;. ;itft.  IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.  Throughout tlie Store you'll find them  filled  to overflowing  with new things. .,.'". , -    '  NEW DRESS GOODS AND SILKS ,      ..    '!',.'''  In all the latest and best weaves. - , '   ���������  " ' NEV*/ WASH DRESS GOODS      \  In all the new sheer effects, colorings.and designs.  NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS' ' *,       ,,' "7," , " ' '," '.  In all the Latest Eastern and European novelties.  NEW   LACES  AND    EMBROIDERIES,   EDGINGS,     INSERTIONS  '    AND ALOVERS.  NEW NECKWEAR, RIBBONS'AND GLOVES.  NEW BELTS  '  .' In all the latest designs in Straw, Silk and Velvet. '     '   ���������  NEW HOSIERY     Ia PlaiiVand Fancy Designs., \  '.';  1  ! -If  ,vi'l,  RBID&YOUMG  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue. ��������� Mail Orders Solicited.,  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  The contract has beeu awarded  for a million dollar grain elevator on  the harbor front at Montreal.  Two men were sentenced to five  years each in tho Kingston -Penitentiary for the huiglary of the Roman  Catholic church at Barrie, Ont.  There was another big boom in the  Dominion steel -.tock on the Montreal  exchange yesterday.  ' Walter' Gordon was found guilty of  murder at the Brandon assizes  yesterday.  John Redmond, chairman of the  JUitited Irish^ League, was presented  with the fieedom of Cork, heland.  Jtjs ^reported that a force under  Gen. Botha is advancing towards the  Natal frontier! '-������������������  It is announced that the general  .traffic throughout the whole country  north of the Tugela river is closed and  that town guards at Ladysmith,  Dundee and Newcastle were under  arms'and had been recruited to full  strength. .    1,      -  , Board of-Trade. ~ -:  .There was a meeting of the esecuive  council of the board of trade held on  Thursday morning' in the'No. 2 fire  hall. Present C. H. Lindmark, prebi-  dent;aG. S. MeCarter. F. Young. M.  O'Brien. A. E. Phipps, J. D. Sibbald,  F...McBeth, CM;" Field and C.'E:  Shaw, secietary.  ' A suggestion 1 e fees, etc. in county  courts contained in the communication  froni .the New Westmister board-was  endorsed.. '-   '  '������������������im*."vaugtian's *letnu*-t6"thV c**-7  council.regarding a deposit of coking ,  coal on  thn  main line of the O, P. R.  and the possibility of smelter construction in Revelstoke. which was referred  to the board was taken up.   Thesecre-   ,  tary was   instructed  to reply that in   '  tbe opinion of-the board Revelstoke  will  be   the. best   point on the main  line for the {erection of a smelter; but  that   there   aie' no  mm������a m the Big  Bend that have yet made auy considerable shipments. ' ' "*��������� -  As the opinion of the board 'seemed  to^ be   that, the   Associated board of  Trade' of   Eastern   British   Columbia  was not an 'organization'   to   which it  was worth the board's while to belong,  the  secretary  was ordered to. notify  their secretary   of   this  board's withdrawal from'the organization.   '   **���������     '  ,  Il was resolved tojjnake a representation  to' the government asking that  the existing mining division of Trout  L<ike, jbe-jretained   under tbe jurisdiction _ of   the  gold   commissioner , at  Revelstoke     in     view    of  the   early-  completion t of,   the  ��������� Arrowhead    k -  Kootenay   branch to Arrowhead and .  also that the western  boundary of tha  Revelstoke-"electoral ' and''  mining'  division', be...produced northerly along -*.  the summit of the Gold range to. the  i38i tl"' parallel ' of ' latitude,     thence  in-'an"- easterly'' "direction' along'the  parallel,,to, the.Provincial .boundary,  thence southrly to Mount Hooker.  ' 1 The'1 "'railway" ' committee'   were  instructed ,to   interview   the C. P. R.  -  ollicials    with mregard   to  getting  a  dollar' return 'fare   at   the end of ths  week from Revelstoke to Arrrowhead  and from Arrowhead to ReveUtoke.  The board then adjourned.  The Teacher's   Convention.  11 .,' .. 1  ,,  In the repoit of the teacher'a  convention held this week at Ncluon  the Miner says:  ���������' Miss Smith, of Revelstoke, gave  tbe next paper her subject being the  relation of pupil ^to teacher, a very  interesting paper replete with the  humors iu school life and containing  many valuable suggestions for developing manners and morals."  Besides Miss Smith, Miss Fraser and  .Miss Dent ' from Revelstoke. Mils  Griffiths of Albert Canyon and Miss  Brown of Illecillewaet were also present from this section. The meeting  was ac very enjoyable and euccessful  one. , &  .The Cosgrove Orchestra.    ���������  The concert and dance given by the  Cosgrove Orchestra in the opera house  on Wednesday evening under -tfce  auspices of the Irish Social and  Benevolent Society drew a crowded  house and-was a very successful affair.  The programme consisted chiefly of ���������  instrumental selections and was  rendered in first class style. A large  number stayed to the dance afterwards and enjoyed the unusual  pleasure of tripping the light fantastic  to a big orchestra. The Irish Society-  is to be congratulated on a verj  successful entertainment.  I  - ll  BB ^tfelstfll^ i[mU and ]|nilwf-������  Rett's jfoiinial.-  I'ubllbhud By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Direclor.  A Scral-Weeklv Journiil pnbllilicil in the  ititerebis of thu railway men. lulnlnt; men and  l.ii**Iiii-s������ men ot the West. Uiiya ol Publication  Wciliiesilny and Saturday.  ADVEK1I3ING HATES.  Display mis., $1.S0 per Ineh; single rolnmn,  ti per inch when inserted on title mice  I.ef.n.1 nds., 10 cents per ineli (nonpariel) line  lor first Insertion; 5 cents for ench luldltiiinal  insPTlion. I.ocnl notices 10 cents per line e.ioli  issue. Jlirtli, Marriage und Death Notices  free.  bUBSCMITIO-i   KATES.  By mail or carrier^ ti per annum; ?1.25 Ior  six mouths, strictly in advance.  OUH JOB IlEI'AltTMlINT.  Is one of the best equipped printing ollices In  tlie Weht and prepared In execute all kinds nl  /.rlnlliiii In llrstoIaiH style ul honest prices.  One price lo all. Xo Joli too liirue���������nonu if"  hninll���������fur us. Mall orders promptly attended  to.   (jive us a Irlnl on >oiinn.*xt order.  TO CO!lllKSI1)Nt>ENTfl.  ������... invite eorre-.ponilf'iKMi on any subject  ,.( I >ti*r"U lo lh".Kcner.il public. In all cases  tl,u bona llile name of the writer must uc.'uiii-  ,,,���������. manuscript, but not necessarily for  publication.  Aihlre-.i all communication!) to the Manager'  on the main lino of the C. P.-It. within  2,10   miles   of   Bevelstoke,   puts   this  place in   an entirely  new   and   more  a lvimtnjjenusposition foi-Lliee-*tablMi-  mjut of a .smelter hero.    We have tbe  limestone in largo   quantities   within  reach.     The   opening up of   the Big  Bend   will   soon   be    giving   us   ore,  whicli has to conic here anyhow.    As  soon as the output   begins   fo   be   of  considerable*  extent   and     regularity  there is no doult that t'li**. i. the point  at which the smelting should naturally  be done.   But as long as   the nearest  coking coal was  iu  the Crow's Nest  Puss, the question of a sun I tor here  seemed to offer conbiderable difficulty  I If, however, Mr. Vaughan lias,  as be  snys, and he seems to know what lie is  talking about, discovcied an extensive  deposit of gooil  coking   coal   on   the  main line there i.s no  doubt  that  Ibis  is tbe  nearest point in  Kooienay  to  the ore at wliich it can be utilized  for  smelting'  purposes.   -Tlie     11i-:������ai.i>  hopes   to   set>   Mr.    Vaughan'.**     idea  brought to a successful issue.  NOTICE TO CORIIESPO.S'IIESTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  v. riucn on one hide of tbe paper only.  2.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  o'the writer.  (i   K.GI10C.AX, Editor.  ' Saturday, April 5, 1902.  NOTE AMD COMMENT  ��������� It was a capital  idea,   whicli   was  mooted at the board of t.tade  meeting  on Thursday to try and get tlie C.P.R.  to give a dollar  return   rate   at. the  week   end   between    Revelstoke   and  Arrowhead     nnd-    Arrowhead     and  Revelstoke during the summer. There  is very little doubt that if the company  accedes to the proposition tbey will find  the. move    a  popular   and    paying  one.       Kevelstoke   people  would   be  glad to get away for a couple of days  visit to tbe pretty little  town  on  the  lake and enjoy a little boating, bathing  and fishing, while Arrowhead residents  will wolrome tlio olmnoo o������  gfofctinfy *M>  to town for their shopping and to  attend church. No doubt if the  matter .is properly represented the  company will give us the rate.  Situate right at* the-Doors of all the Famous Fish Creek Gold Mines.  The report of Prof. S. J. McLean on  the railway commission is an exhaustive aud   interesting   pamphlet.   The  professor goes into the past history of  railway regulation  in  Great Britain,  the United States   aud   Cauada.   He  shews how the notion at flrst entertained that competition could be safely  trusted to regulate rates broke down  owing to the fact that "the parallelism  between the merchant and  the   railroad  i*  inexact."   There   is not  the  same opportunity of choice and there  cannot be the same free play of supply  and demand.   Regulation of some sort  must   exist.     Control   can    only   be  exercised  in one of two ways,  state  ownership or a regulative commission.  Mr. McLean goes fully into   the form  of   control - existing   in   the   various  countries of the civilized  world.   11a  declares in favor ot a  commission   as  Canada   is   concerned,    but    in    the  Herald's"- opinion- his-   declaration  would carry a great deal more weight,  if heluid stated liia grounds as against  state ownership which ho has entirely  neglected to do.  ,      FIFTEEN minuter  1       walk from Main St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take you  to the mouth ofthe big  5,500 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR   OPPORTUNITY   is now io  buy  at  the  bottom figures and you will get  the advantage of the  raise that is sure to come next year.  O^maa x1mA*%.'w*<1 C-^'W+^FROA1 one to two  oonne more r acts h0ur8 -walk .win  take you to the Big' Goldsthith Group; Scot't" Group,  Wide West,' Beatrice and Trilby groups; ahd a-host 'of  other properties that will', advertise the Fish ; Creek  Camp, in B, C. \  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take" you   to the  Famous Eva, Imperial and Oyster Groups.- j  INVESTIGATE AND YOU V/ILL BE PREPARED TO TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN A FEW DAYS.  F. B. LEWIS,  LOO Ali AGENT,  REVBtSTOKE, B. O.  '_'. La l  V.o  hi  i-.: Ill  '���������if  ��������� ���������r.:i\t>:nrj-rinst-  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B A., LL.B.  narrlstcr.      Solicitor,   Notary    Public,   Etc.  First Street, Roveltitolce.   .  Money to loan.  JTARVEY, M'CARTER. <te PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors lor Imperial Bank of Canada.  Coinpanv funds to loan at8 percent.  Fibst Street, Revelstoke B. C.  SOCIETIES.*  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  STILL A CHANCE LEFT.  Di".' Conau Doyle'u pamphlet on the.  t-iiiise anil conduct of the war in South  Africa ������������������������������������ "ne, wliich every loyal subject of the empire, who wishes to get  a succinct account of the various  controversies between tbe Imperial  government andllie Boers both before  and ilming the war, should rand.  Peculiar in many ways, in none has  the' sf-'riiKRle in South Africa been  mora peculiar than in this that along  with the campaign'in tlie field, there  has been conducted on the Boer side a  subsidiary : campaign in the . press,  which for its absolute disregard of  truth and decency has been without  ���������a-piix-alld even-in-the-eU.-ctio!U-=iMitera.-_  ture" of our .cousins "across the 4S)th  parallel. The object of these miserable  and cowardly tactics was no doubt to  embroil Great Britain with one|or moie  of the European powers, so as to compel the forces of the empire to be  withdrawn from their ta������k in South  Africa. First in France and then when  that f.iilad in Germany those sneaking  ��������� ns-.ii>sins directed from  their obscure  i  lairs the sciirrilniih and lllthy att'icks  of their heavily subsidized replilu press  on the honor of our soldiers. Had  them subs in the-back ever goaded  lh������ Biitish people into war. the ohjecl  nf this a'ljct't cicw and their obscene  j,*ang of libeling piostitutes would  have lifen attained. Thank heaven  their millions have all heen wauled,  their tactics have fiiiled und their  abominable lie-? have bean so  thoroughly exposi-d that even the  Pro-Boer Little Knglanders ..are  ashamed any longer to gloat over  them. -But -every loyal - Canadian  should read Conan Doyle'n little hcolt  and see for himself how absolutely.and  utterly devoid of any foundation these  chaif.es against the character of onr  Mildiera wen*.  According to the   published   reports  ofthe   debute   in   committee   on   the  redistribution bill Mr: lingers, one of  the members for Cariboo, objected   to  any part of his   riding   being   cut   off  and added on  to Revelutoke,   saying  that  Cariboo -should    receive     more  attention than it does,  .The Herald  apologizes for reviving the subject but  it would like   to  point  out. that, the  people of Revelstokewant that portion  of the present quite arbitrarily formed  electoral division of   Cariboo,   known  as the Canoe River valley, for the very  reason that they are  the only   people  besides the  residents   of   Golden   and  one man in Kamloops,   who ippear to  be in the least disposed to pay   it  any  attention in the way   of  development  at all.    We hold the   gateway   of   the  Rod Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each month; White Rase, Deprrce  meets tliird Tuesday of each quarter, In Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  O. E. GROGAN.   ' 'HY. EDWARDS,  President. ,        Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular meetings are held in the  Oddfellow's Hall on tho Third Friday of eaeh month, at 8 p.m. sharp,  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. JJHNSON, W.M.  W. G. BIRNEY, Rec.-See.  CHURCHES  ������ *~        METHODIST CKtir-CH, BEVELSTOKE.  Preaching services at 11 a.m.and7:30 p.m  ("lass meetlm. at the close of the mornlni:  ?e"lcf SabBath School and Bible Class at S-.r  Weekly    Prayer   Meeting   every  ..-,-. =   -*-.    Wednesday  evening  at 7:30.   Thc    public  are   cordially  !<T."  invited.- Seats free.  Rev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  The letter from Mr. Vaughan, C. E r  to thc city council, which wa? referred  to and answered by lhc board of  trade, is one of . considerable inipor-  tatifo.    The discovery  of coking  coal  natural road into Ihe Canoe Kiver  valley, which is in no sense naturally  partof the extensive inland plateau of  which Cariboo forms the northern  section, bntis distinctly a continuation  of the great trancontinental valley of  which the Columbia and Kootenay  rivers drain tbe southern poi tions in  British Columbia. It is cut off from  thn Cariboo mining settlements and  camps by the a.lrno-,1 iinp'isiible chain  of mountains known as the Gold Range  and no attempt lias over liven made  by the p-'npl*** of llie Oiiilmit di**tri(l  proper, to whicli it has been liv .1  slovenly and *.lipsrhod srhfiim nf divis-  011 been ofllrially t.icked on nil I bene  year*-. .Mrr lingers is very jciuly to  protect ngainst this portion rf his  di.strict being taken from him. Ts be  equally ready lo pivfcs upon the  government thc necessity of an appropriation to build n wagon road  through it? Because, that is one thing  which the people ot Revelstoke are  very likely to be linking for in the neur  titure.  Tbe board of trade have, though  somewhat belated, taken tbis important matter up and even at this  eleventh hour intend to press the  justice and reasonableness of our  claims on this point upon the government before the redistribution bill  passes its thiid reading. The llERAT.n  hopes to see their efforts crowned with  success, sincejt is convinced that the  matter is one of (heutmostiiuportance  to the future welfare of this place,  which i.? so closely bound up with the  speedy development of thc resource!  of the great and valuable territory to  the north of ns, ���������    '  ST. PITER S CIIURCir,  ANGLICAS.  EUIit a.m.. Holy Eucharist; 11a.m., madras,  Litany and sermon (Holy Eucharist hrst Bun-  dav in the month); 2:;io Sunday school, or  ehildren's service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days-Tlie Holy .Eucharist.ia  celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8 a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism after SundaySchool at3:15.  c: a. yr.ocuNiEit, Kcctor.  PEESBTTERIAN  CHURCH.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to' w hlc'h all are -welcome.' Prayer meeting at  8o.m. every Wednesday. '  s p. m. tmij rev. W. C. Caldeb, Pastor.  ROMAS  CATUOMC C1ICRCII.  Ma.**   at 10:30 a. m.,  on   first,   lecond  and  fourth Sundays In thc month.  10 ' REV.   7ATIIP.R   THAYER.  EASTBOUND     8:20  WESTBOUND'  17:80  SOUTHBOUND     8:10  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Wednesdays k Sundays to Toronto  Fridays��������� To Montreal and Boston  low ratFtickets    '  Now   on Sale from Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS  FROM. VANCOUVER  FIlliE BUR MEETS ALL TKAISS,  1RST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  HEATED BT'fcoT AIR.  REASONABLE. RATBB.  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN-'EV-EBYVRObtf.--'1-**-*"-^   \  HOURLY STREET CAR  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  1  BAR .WELL 8UPPLIEp..BY.JTHEvCH0TCKflr {  WINES.'-LIQUORS AND.CIQARS,-,..^^.. ....  TO-  TO-  -CHINA,  -AUSTRALIA  JAPAN,  ALASKA  ess  I'.-*'.'���������'I !>J  S & WYL  Lowest Rates and BestService to  and from all points.  For full information, pri ntcd  matter, etc., call on 01* addisss,  T^' W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Kevels toke.  E, J. Coyle;  Assist, lien.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers'  .il  PRIME ;BEEF.     PORK, j \ jMtifjCJNi.H SJ&&XGE���������]  FISH AND GAME IN? SEASON. '���������' *���������-'���������      '  Tnr  ���������,.-ju. .ij. 1 iiw.  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITKD  i'...i -1 uj i  ix'j ->ii'_>i;tm:('  Wood for Sale.  .ii  ���������-.���������if  MINES BOUGHT AISIQ SOLD J.i;ir.i.u  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  for Cash.  John-Kernaghasv  SAI.VATIOS   ARMY.  Meeting every night ln their Hall on Front  Street.    H   EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DKKR HEADS, BIKD3. Ktc. MOUNTED,  F������r������ C!e������ni*<l unrt fftnlrtil.  JU3T EAST OK  PUKSBYTKR1AS CHURCH  Third Street.  **************************_  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  P.oyRl 3ehoo! of Mines, London.    Seven  your*  Ht  Mor.'a   Works,  Swn.ni.6a.     17   year*)  Chic!  Chemist  to Wigan Coal and  Iron Co.,   Eng.  Lato Chemist and As������aycr, Hall Mlne-i, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported u.-oji.  Ferguaon, B.C.  Baker and  Confectioner!  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  . -* XVe have purchasers for all kinds;of, metalliferous l-aine������:jiii& ^ptds-'r.  'pects,' and desire to hear from prospectors and others having property  [OI1 Sclilti " *   " "* 1     ^J ' ���������*���������������������������������������������*-'������������������'���������'���������*���������'���������������������������*������������������-���������������������������������������������'' ������**���������*���������*'������w������������*������*������-������rvA__ri������_irt������,^iwritiui������������" rH.'M*'****-!**^������������_*_���������_;j-  Our facilities for"making quick sales are unrivalled.  Send us reports; also samples of ore for axhibition^ait OHr,'Offl'c������;>Xir  .   . .   T ,E .MINES. EX ; .; ANGE,-LIMITED.^'"' xi"  P,  O. BOX 70 \      . /-    J        ,       ��������� 1 . . u 1*1   ���������    - ' * ; >   ������,  ' -y ,:��������������������������� *n~r tgyyv.y^*  II. G. PARSON, President.  * .'���������!'..,') -���������) i: V. )>:.irty.i\<  M. J. O'BRIEN, Man������gl������i PlrMtor  ^e Revelstoke Wine: and Spirit 6o;  -f'l'Wi  Limited Liability.  ���������3 .*   fc">   r!. - vr^i"lTii'  11 eSfljblJit jl  ti  Carry a lull and complete line ol  .     . .  ,.       :   t j   ti.T-  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Bo������ndie������^Rul*n������;  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry, and PlymouthiQto^Q  ., Porto, Sheries, plarets, Ohampa&nay Llquars  :        ', '���������   ���������--"������---'.-V i t   7i:L,^ii   -J ;*���������_!/    '_;;',..'���������, 1 '���������, '   L' :n  Importod and ��������� DomMtlo 'Olsara*  ���������*      ���������  *���������".   ; -������������������'-���������    >   1 ���������'���������    ' '   '  ���������j*i y.i.'\  n-i) in  "j\iWj..i  A. N. Smi  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between Arrowhead, '1'lir.mROn'*  Landing anil Comaplix, commencing Oetober  14th, 1901, will nail aa lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Tlio**rnon'< I.ilndlng  and Comaplix  twice dally--luk. and 16k.  Leaving Comaplix and TIioiuboii's I.andlnic  for Arrowhead twice dally���������7:15k and 12.451c  Making close connection*, with all C. P. II.  Steamers and Traini.  Thcowncra reserve the rlKht tochangc timeB  of saillnfft without notice.  Th������ Frstf Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  5 Cor. Mackenzie Ave. X  ������ and Railway Street. I  + *  **************** ll****+***  ALEX. McLEAN  & CO  A(;eiit*> for thc  Mason &Risch Piano  omcR AT  J. McLeod'8 Residence  SKCOND STREET,   EAST.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Laces and Braids  A ]ar������e ranee of Point f.aie,  IiiieheNH     ami    Battonburfc '  llrniila,    Rtampeil    I)eaiEn*<,  Slniiipuil I.lnenK, Binbrotdcry  Nccillea, Ilnoks, ice.  Ilcrlin and Zephyr Wooln, all '  nhiulea, Slipper Soles, Valen-   -  cienevs I.ace, Insertion.  Cell at tlio ]mm  MADISON PARLORS.  Misses Shcppard' & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oc'23 .  THE CMiEXERESS  G. W. B. Pnset, Prop.  ������������������/ =.  ',  Prompt delivi'ry of pafctlirbajtaie, et*.  ; to toy part ol the city  ^ ���������"-���������'"'*!������������������������ i-j-'i > .'ai f ilf. ������'j"i:il*i.  ; Any Kind of Jrancferrtng  Undertaken  .All order* left at R.MrBmy'thVa^toKaiii'i  tore, or by Telephone No.7 wlllMcelre proapt :  ttentlon.      g^J';^;;   %$QQ  fG������������SrtlS)&3Sr^^  IVE, AND LCrilVE!! 1  Please, don't try ancl run us  out of town liy sanding your ���������   S  oiilefs east.     We must nave''' ei  your work in order'to live'.'  Wc depend on you. for our'  work !     Hasteni   liouses  do ,  not!   Oo not allow, yourself  .  to be' roped in by their peddlers      We  also guarantee1'  to give you better satisfao, *  tion for your money.'.  Si. s. ���������vcir,so3sr,  .Next the McCarty Block.  E������i)S)������i3������ei9������������9es������������ee������������������������(3������^������i  Jas.X,-.  n JsjjS   ���������litif  . 1  A    nl  OW  n  2,^J_^*^������i*AS<*r������-',*W*ftr,J>iv.!i_.   fy  J  Retail Dealer in���������  I Beef, Pork,  ��������� ������w  Mutton,Etc. ^  Fiefc-aAl Gttra ia SmIm '" "-  f'}v y~'        .-ill   !*>���������':  -J.  ii  All ordin promptly filled,  ^.?SSSa:,SHYBBS*?Dlf;3K*5;  ���������/���������<  '111  il  til  I  ii  11  fi  i'i  i?:'*rs"?,i*z*~; ���������  -*'���������*....  ���������yr r>Wrj������p'Jr-jm*!0i#i^^  7 "'. The-Smelting Centre of 'the" Similkamecn Valley." Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines. ������������������'"..*'  ,      Surrounded by the following resources:    Coal, gold, copper, silver and a fine agri-*|j  cultural country.    Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a climate almost southern  and all that could be asked. ...  , ASHNOLA is owned and backed by the payroll of the S<miVkamr*en Valley Coal Company, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. /The equipment and development of their coal mines, insl-alling  of water, electric light and power plantsl ai'e^alre.i'dy arranged foi. The development ot 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. Progress and Great- Prosperity f  ~i> }      . V'^-'i"   V-5.-" **"���������_'-'". ,*) '- .   7'  'r'w Lots in_ Ashnola are safe investments.-* 'Iir'Block's 1 to i aud 13 to 20 the price will he advanced_25c.  per month until May 1st, 1002, and~to ten percent, in the remaining blocks. The present piice is from $50 'to  9225. ' Twenty^five per cent, cash, three, six anYTnine' months without interest.  ,i Arrangements are aheady completed for Eight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  the company at Ashnola.    This work will he under full headway by May 1st.  i) Four yenrs ago the Crow's Nest Shares, could be bought and wi*re sold at 11 cents. Today they are  quote! at $80.00. With the nd vent of transpoi tution, Similkameen Valley Coal can be deliveied at uny  point in West Kootenay or Yale a������i cheaply as by,auyrother Company in Canada.  f     ;     FOR''FURTHER, PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.  -^NELSON,: B,.������.   .UUZ-l  ������l������������.a>#jB������.������<.������jMi������^  I  ! *���������*-  '-  .������    ;-  i        -". A-- -   c-  ik ���������*", v -���������*���������*���������> -  t't  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW-ON THE MARKET.  *v *    ��������� -BUy;.BEf<ORE*YQU* SLEEP. :.    --    - -  ;.   ������.;  *���������?������������������".'--rx'--\}y~.? A    "H-.i    .������.-.���������.'   j'l;"'*    - : ���������  CIRCLE .CIT-Y* is-the*Terminus   of6'the -proposed'" -Railway   already   surveyed  _r^ _via the Lardeau. Creek with fork-to that; point. - _ . _ .  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of  the Lardeau Pass, Galena'  s   .- -, and Surprise Creeks. - -   - ���������  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now  "under  (���������.,-- ��������� - ������������������-.. Development.. '-*.'-'���������.'  (f*}"   *-      > '"Cf TuC-t:'!.''' li   '      . ..:   ' i- I '. S" r-     ���������_.'���������'- i t      i    ���������-  iH &',?������������������ J.K?:  Splendid  Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants."  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE . .  ������) SitfihiwA TO THE GENERAL -AGEN-T,*^ -:������������������.''(.L ;  Gfc :B?i������BL&THO, * -  "   - "Ferguson, B. C.  .'. &mc/4������&22.-tjjr -������. -,.WTiJ-,,__-,,i_?^.--rf.i  ..M. ������   .. ,  Is the recognized   organ for all thelatest mining news of Nortli  Kootenay. ^Ki^������l������ilaiSaEfientSn is paid> to^seouring .early^.and reliable"  <n������*_Bii,*<������������.rif.������ *S>���������. rtien'ewly di8COvered'El'eeJMiHing'Gol^.'Cai"nps on^OFish "  placer-and-quartz mines of-thtf Big-Bend-and-distnct,  in the immediate' activity of Bevelstoke, Btich^as., Illecillewaet, Albert  Canyon,. Jordan Pass and Isaac Creeli.'^NexV'season- will -witness a big  revival of certaintjvthroughout-North-Kootenay,��������� and-mining-men rand-  othera desirous of gaining the earliest and most authentic news, from tho  tlie "columns'of the' HERALD their best" source   of  district .will  find  information.'-      *    - /"    , ", \;",     ;;..   n t .'-V--,-.-'-![   &__,...  Railway'News'is also a Specialty of the HEBALD aud articles of  special interest,to Railway, men will also be found in its columns:-.. . . :  AS3N3IERT1������������R)M :  ti .    ,      . ~ '. ~;    /  TriE' HERAIjD offers Jidvant-age's in.its total Weekly chculation  and the glass of Madera, which" it.reaches,'unparalleled in tlu; district.. It  appear* twice.to.any other paper's once a weck*and is foundjin the homes  of the wiige-earning classes, the backbone of the business of the idi,strict.  Businessmen want their announcements to reach the'home, people: who  have the money"to'tnko''advantage''of their offers 'and"'the .homes and'  families .which render it necessary'for them to spend it. . No other cla-ss of  circulation is of any uso to them.   These arethe kind o^pcopU: wlio ..make  up a bigprbporfcJon���������of"*ou"r ^Subscribers,'  people' with   homes,   "families'  employment and'interesta;righ tjitrhome, f.the ?peoplo Revelstoke" mbi-ch--1"  anta want to~get������&.t.~~A space in'our^advertislng columns, judiciously nndjj  thoro������gUy_^tiji^d������cSnstittite8.a-T\\nce'-A-Week.letter-to every"5 home *in\  Revelstoke7and in the Railway ai.d Mining JJpiutp.  tributary. U*.,R_iyel-;  ���������toke busmeas.   -"������������������'���������-"'  Oli^������i������DH>MB  Is fiie"coinpietest in the district for appliarces, material arid"  Craftsmen. Our work.-.speaks fop.-itself. No other office in .Norths  Kootenay can touchJt;-because wc(n6t^only have the tools to "do goodr  work with, bafwa knqw���������how tq.use_.th.eni. Call and see our Samples and.*  you wilKperhaps be surprised to'see the^irti&tic and finished class, of work  which wo cari'turn-out.������;Prices"graded'down to suit the times. ���������-'  ii      -i/* yS/irir-.   '������������������  '     ���������   T-/'.,'���������--. -r-    i        .-.t  Certificate of Improvements.  '1TOTIOE  Morninc Stur, Walrus, Seft Lion and Bonanza  Mineialulnim**, si Hi ute in tbe Lardeau Mining  Uiiision of West Kootenny,district Where  loomed : On JlenhcnicK Creek, near Fish  KKer.  Jl'AKE. XO'IICi: that I, F C Green, octing as  agent for An^us McKay, F. M. C. B 82005, and  J. 11 McKenzie, 1-reo M ner's Certincatc No.  B320i3, intend, sixtj da. sfrom the date hereof,  lo apply to tho Mining Uecorder for. ertificates  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  sectioni*37, must-be-commenced-beforo t..e  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  .'-Dated this firbt day of March, 1902, A.D.  *i tf    if   i .      F. C. GBEEN,   :->;-"���������T~r-=H-''- '  ������������������ r per F. 3.-C;  Nelson, B C.  Certificate of -Improvements.  IsTOTIOE  Centre Star and Evening Star "Mineral  Claims,situatein the Lardeau Mining Division  of West- Kootenav District. Where located :  On .\ienhenick creek, near FIbIi Kiver. |  TAKE NOTICi: that I, F C. Green, 'icting as  agent for J. H. McKenzie, Free Miner's Certifl-  ciile No. ll V.iSlio, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply li> the Mining Keeorder  "orCertliicmes ol improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims. _ _ ,  -. ml further lake nolicc that action, under  section 'Si. must be commenced before the  issuance of --uch Certificiilcs of Improveinenls.  Datei*lhi������.;iTKtday of March. 1002, A. D.   '    '  ���������' '       , r. C. C.I'.K   N,  per T. S. C ,  Nelson. B.C.  Certificate' of Improvements.  *  - USTOTICIEJ  HTOTXCrJ&  NOTICK���������That sixty days nflev (Into I inlonil  ^to apply'in tho Chief ('ominixii.niicr' "I  Lands and Works for permission to purchnso  M20acrcs'of land situatcoiij-he Nortlienst Arm  of .\rro\v Lake, in lhe District of * West Kooienay li.C, and describeil us follows:  Jommeueing from S.W. corner of Lot 11*11,  thence North nstronotnicul'20 clniins; llience  '.Vest SO chains; thenee South 110 chains approximately; theuce .V2U0 ehnins Jsorlh-  Kastcrly lo point of commencement.  FltKD. U01UNS0N.  leb. 6���������tf ,..;.*    C. R.SkIINK, Ago ;t. .  '���������TSTOTIOEI.  TAKE NOTICE that sixty days aflor (lute I  intend lo npplv to the Chief (-"ommissioncr  ��������� if Lands nnd \Vo"rks for permission to pur  chase a parcel, of land described us follows:.  Commcueinc at a post marked Alice I'errv's  No. 1 l'ost; thence west '20 chains; Iheiicc  Norlh 40 chains; thence East 20 chains;' thenae  South 40 chains to point of; eommenccmeiii.  This fraction olland commences North of It  F Perry's pie-empiion lollomng McKen/ie's  S'orth-West Line, containing about 80 acres,  more or less.  ALICE PKRKY.  Goldiields, Nov. 27,1001. Dec 1-Iin  UOTIGE  NOTICE is hercbv Riven lhat SO days ailer  date I Intend to applv to the Chic. Com*  miisionerof I imiiK and Works for permission  to cut and carry away limber from the follow.  int. described lands'���������Commcncinc: nt a posi  ���������it lhe si.ulh-cast cornel of Roger K. Porr>**  nrc-empllon, marked ".Southeast conur ol  limber limit applied for by F. .1. (,olilsmllh";  llience wc*.l 111 cliaius; thence norlh 1C.0 chain.-;  llu nee eu>-t 10 ch'ilus to I ish Creek; lhcuci.  lolloning llicmcanderlni;s of Fish Creek 1I.U  chains to point of commencement; containing  ���������',10 acres, more or less.  F.J. COLD-SMITH,  Thomson's Lauding, October liiih, 1001.  nsroTioE.  TAKK NOTICE Hint CO days after dale I  intcii**! to uiiplj to the Chief commiisloncr of  Lands nnd V\ orks for permission to purchase  thc follow imr described lauds:  Commcnciui; at a pobt niarLeil "I_ McAdams'  o. 1 l'ost," hltnnte close to the old line of  Hill -V Urantford's pre-emption, Fish Creek,  thence north 10 chains, thence west 20 chains,  thencesouth 40chains, tlienee east 20 chains  to point of commencement.  Goldiields, Jan. 18th, 190J.  E. McAdam.'  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE Hiat 00 davs after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry away Umber from the following described lands:'  Commencing at a post marked Poger F  Perry's southeast <ornor post situate about 200  feet from Scoit Creek, thenco v\est 4(1 chains;  theuce north 160 chains; thence east 40 chains;  ihence south 1G0 chains to the placu of commencement; containing 610 acres. -  '    ROGER F. PERRY.  Goldfields. B. C.,*Oct 17ih,iaoi.      Nov. 6-tf.  UOTIOE  IN THE COliSTY   COIjRT  Or  KOOTENAY,  HOLDEN AT REVELSTOKE.  Betweiin ���������  Kobert Caley, or Revelstoke, B.C., plaintiff.  and  N. Haskell, of Revelstoke defendant.  To N. Haskell thc_abo\e, named defendant:���������  TAKE NOTICE that a default summons and  plaint have been issued out of this Court  against vou in an action against jou by Robert  Calev, of Itevclstoke, B.C.. to recover the sum  of $40 00 for board und lodging-furished to  you by the above named plmrtiff, nnd tliatin  Pursuance of an order of His Hon. J. A. Form,  Judge of this Court. von_ are required within  11 davs from tbe publication ofthis notice in  the IIevelstoki. Herald, newspaper, to hie. our  dispute note, if any, withuhe Registrar ol this  Court at Kevelstoke, otherwise judgment will  be entered against you.  Dated this Gth March. -.D., 1B02.  -      ,.   .*    *.*  FRED. FRASER.  Registrar of the  'ountj Court.  - '''    NOTICE.       -| .    ���������  Engineers. FirpinPti, iVTartnnfcts .an(j  Electricians &etid for 40 puge pamphlet  containing-questions asked by, jEx  .{mining Bb.ird of Engineers to obtain  Engineers license. Address Geo? A.  Zellei-,* Publisher. '18 'Ss. 4th"St.". Sf.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.  nsroTiOE  TAKE NOTICE* lhat GO dajs after date I  intend to applv to the i;hief*<'ommissioner ol  Lands and \\ orks for permission to purchaso a  piece of land described as follows :  Commencing at"a post marked F. J I old-  smith'8-No, 1 post, thence south 40 ehalns ;  thence east40 chains j.thencc north 40 chains;  thence west 10 <?hains,'to point ol commencement���������160 acres more or less This" land vias  staked by J.B. McKenzie -ast lune Has a  purchase No. 1 posi aimut 100 feel from Goldfinch trail and about 2110 feet up hill, the east  line following I~i-.li Kiver.  Located Februarv 20, 1902.  F. .1. GOLDSMITH,-  '"   '- '-   ,       -��������� Goldfields. B. C. -  liTOTICB  .NOTICE IS, HEREBi GIVEN lhat CO dajs  after date, I Intend to make application to thc  Honorable^tho Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works*for a special1* licence to fell and  carry away .timber from the following described lands:,  "- / '���������      'No. 1.      7--        ' "  Commencing at a post planted 'about '50  chains north of fit. Leon Hot Springs on tlie  ArrowLakes and marked J. T. south -vvost corner, thenee east 160 chains ; thenee noi th 40  chains ; thence wet 1G0 cbainfi; thence .gouth  40 chains to place of commencement.^ ������ ^.. y. -2   _'-.. no. 2.   * 'ia    'in -*i U i_.  Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles  Eouth from thc mouth of Deep creek at Galena  Bay, Arrow-Lakes,* marked J.--T. and being  about 6 chains east of T.H.D.'s soutli west cor-  nor post: thence westfio chains ; thence south  80 chains; Ibcncceast 80 chains ; thence north  80 chains to place of commencement.  Nelson.'B. C", March 3rd, 1902.   --      ���������     t  .     , s--J    ���������       JAMES A.TAYLOR,- '-  - Arrowhead.  Certificate of' Impveroments.  , NOTICE  -' Red Fo- and i'.ldgo JJlncral Claims, situate  ���������in the Lardeau MimiigDivisiou ol West Kootenav District. Where located : On Menhenick  Creek near Fi-h I'.lver.  . TAKENOTICElhat I. F. C Green, acting as  agent for AnitusMcKav; Free Miner's Ccrtili-.  cale No.' B 3"00o. intend, sixtv days from the  dat,e hereof, io applv to the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of .the above  claims, t       ' '  And further take'-not.co thnt action, under  section  37,.must be commenced   bclore  tho  issuance of such Certilicates of Improvements,  .. Dated this first dav of March, 1902, A. I).  ' '*"'      ' F.C.GREEN,  per F. S C ,  Nelson, B. C.  Bullc. Pllvor I'.ow- and Black Diamond  Mineral Clniins, s tunic in thcLardcau Mining  Dhiblon of Went    ootcna. District.' '  Where Located: Near lhc Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary ol l'ish Creek.  TA .E NOTICE that l', A.'l\ Cummins, us  Agent for the Double Eagle Mining mid Development Coinpanv. limited, of Ferguson,  U C, lrce Mlucr'ii Certilicate No. ill.ti'il,  intend, sixty davs from thc date hereof, to  apply to the Mining l'ccorder for a Cerlilicale  of Improvements, for lhc purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And i urtlicr Take . otice that action, uudc  Section'37,  must   be   commenced before the  issbancc of such Certificate  of Improvements  Dated this twent\-thirddav of January, A.D.  1902..  A.'P. CUMMINS, P.L.S."  Teb. 5���������tf  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The  choice  land   north  of  tiack,  between Tapping's nnd Long's, -will  *  be  subdivided for sale ns soon as --,  ,    -  possible.     > , ..'  ,,     ,  G.M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA.   B.C.  P. O.Box. 4*5. ...  suimsffTrorroic^rfER year, m advance  Certificate of Improvements  "IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIM8.  S'.TTATE   IN   THE   REVhLSTO    E  MIKING  l)ivi-ion of West Kooienay District,  i Where  Located:-* On -Keystoue"Mountain,  Big-Jlerid.near Downie Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Geo, <8. 'Mc'Cartcr  acting as agent for .1 'D-'GraliarnVFrce Miner's  Certificate No. I). 3724 and for Vi. U. Yickcrs,  h'rec Miner's Certilicate .No. 60821, intend 60  davs from thc date hereof "to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates.of Improvements for thc purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the abovc^-claims.  AND FURTHER TAKE-NOTICE that action  under Section 37, tnupt be commenced before  JthBitausnce of such Certificate of Improvements, j-l      J  Dated this 10th day of February. A D.1902.  Feb 12-tl Qoe. 8. MeCartor.  W,  ,flS* UNION <=������������.  Cigar   Factory  ^...-REVELSTOki:,   B.C.  H&UT.' BROWN, ��������� Prop. K  ! ' -Brands': gj  OUR: SPECIAL  and THE   UNION M  : . Jt        ,_ ������  ALII   GOODS   UNION   MADE M  i ((jD.  r.._.^^*-j.*+^._.i.^^^.i,^^^|.^^^������_^*  | PELLEW-HARV4EY,;        ''���������"������  | BRYANT & GiLMAN  ?) Mining Engineers    ���������>-���������  and Assayers,  g  VANCOUVER, B.C.      Established 1890  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS'  ������    ' UNDERTAKEN.  [., ���������   ������ Tc-ts made up lo 2,0'Hllbs.  ���������������      A specialty made of checking Smelter  %  Pulps. . B  ������     Samples from tho Interior by mail or  ������ express promptly attended to.   ������    ,   ,   v  g     Correspondence solicited.t  g VANCOUVER, B.C.    '   ''  **************************  .1.       '_ _*    .'  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.'  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rale.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  Wright Porritt  . Regrets that ho" is unable  through illuoss to be pres-  ��������� ent at his Studio  and at-  _. tend to business as usual,  lie hopes, however, to be -  -    able to re-open the Studio  shortly and will announce  '. the date in this'space.  <:..-.:..*      -t    i, -  Wright Porritt  Revelstoke, B.O.  -    .  PLENTY,OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE  c    .       i ������ i  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  Liondon"E&*. :Lancashirer  Life.  (    * The   Children's    Endowment,  j        , and ten p.iyhient bond policies,  %- ete. .-, - ., .   ...  -   Most   patents   are   willing   to  give their boys a'start'in  life  . by taking an endowment made  '    . payable at age 30,'paying  the   .i piemium until the boy  is able  to cury it himself.,a ,       GEO. D. SCOTT,  Manager for B.C.���������Northwest.���������Yukon  Vancouver,'B..C-.  .������������������ ,<  ,  Express Delivery  All 'orders left" at!. W. M.Lawrence's,.will. , be ��������� promptly  attended to.,      .���������  , ���������   .*-,  H. Cook.--  PRQ!V3PTLY 5EDURED  Write for our interesting books " Invent-)  or'a Help.T-anrt ���������' How you are nvind_ed."<  Send us a rough sketch or model of your 1d-i  vention orimprovement nnd wcwilltellyou)  Iree our opinion as to whether it is protiably'  patentable Rejected applicationshaveoften]  bceiif successfully prosecuted by! us. ��������� WeJ  conduct ifully equipped offices,in Montreal!  and Wasliington ;^hisqiinliiics_us_to prompt-1  ly dispatch work and quickly secure, Patents}  as bro id as the invention. Highest references)  furnished." ,   . <'. .ii*i     l-t.   *>���������**_>    ��������� ���������* i  r> J  Patents procured through Marlon & Ma-,  non receive special notice without charge in  over loolnewkpapcrs distributed throughout,  the Dominion.    ' . ,   ' , .  Specialty:���������Patent business of Ma'nufac-)  turerB aud Engineers..,     t       ,.     ,   , .,,  ^MARION -5c, MARION!/-  .    Patent Exports and Solicitors.   .  * I attic*. ���������' (' New York L������e B'I**'K. nontre������l<  Order Vbur  .,/  from-'the  4 - ������j ��������������������������� "  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  -    ���������Oflice  ���������Stationery.  '.Including1'  LETTER, HEADS  ENVELOPES .' *  STATEMENTS''  BILL HEADS';:: 'yVc  NOTE HEADS,'  ^������s  SHIPPING. TAGS/  "i-i  C.   P. R. Said to be Hastening  Toward   Yellowhead   Pass.  ��������� Infoni.'itioii w.is, received in jS*t*>li.on  Tuesday ih.it the C. P. R. had let to  Stewart and Foloy Bros,, the contract  for.the construction of 100 miUs of  railway from Moosomin, in a north-  westeily direction . towai*d Princ*  Albert and Edmonton, There ia the  pt-obiibility that 200 miles more of the  road will he let as soon it9 the surveyors  h.ivo completed their noteR.  It is understood that unprecedented  speed is to be made in thn construction  of this piece of line and those acquainted with the situation nnd with  the charters granted attach mors than  oi(linary importance to the letting of  this contract. The surmise is that th*  U. I?. K. is looking toward the Yellow-  head pans and that belween thia  company and the Canada Northern  there will baa race for that coveted  break in the Rocky mountains. The  Canada Northern is now well up to  Prince Albert and is expected to be  pressing'farther to the westward. The  country through which these lines   of  j j ..   * u  railway, would pass is yat untested   as  to its capabilty for'grain   production,  but it is thought, that it will   turn   out  as good a grain   producing  section   aa  any in the northwest; the extent of it  is,enormous, and   thc   completion   of  one or both of these lines will open for  settlement ,*i conn tiy which   promisee  toptove very  enticing   for   iinroigra-  t'nti.  Telegraph Operators' Salaries^  Telegraph operators' wages seem to  go as, high as $50 and $00 a month to  men with -years of, experience, but  rarely higher, whilo the standard f������r  thoroughly qualified men appears- to  be $10 or $15., How can a man sustain  a family on $45 a month according7 to -,  our standard of living ?  And think of the responsibilities t  Most of these operators have not only  to attend the telegraph key, but have  to watch the uignals and switches and.  i.t,  do a lot .of chores   about the   statio>,  *>      <   *      ,i .  I  *'-  too. - There arc some stations   where-  .  . ,.,-i it--., .      i',    i-  operators are at times.on duty thirty  six to 'forty hours; .without rest. A  brief absence of mind in sending a  message or a mistake in^ pullingt a,  switch    might " have' ��������� the -   gravest-  '-'���������'���������       ',���������:!.       . i.      ,- i   L  consequences,-and the wonder.is that  under the strain  of  the Jong   dreary  hours day in and day out,'year in and -  *, * -     i .  *       ,  year out,  there are<; not ,very .many  more accidents   assignable 'to   such, a  ���������    * . - *   c  cause.'  Such are   the  responsibilities   '  ;. .        ,. .  '    ,. ��������� i   .      ,  attaching to the post of railroad  telegraph operator that to an:outaider_   .  there must'seem to be' much'ltruth'in  ���������������������������--,:.     . ,.-* , , ,      ���������;    . ..it    ,  the song of an operator, "The man who  slings the'ligbtning is the  man  who  1 * ���������������������������   f      -   ��������� V        , ,        r     ��������������� .   , -  ,  runs the train."        "        * ';  , : -:: '  -7 -  "This being the condition of affairs, ,  ~  ..J  " ', rj   ���������    '   J-^  and I have by no*mean overstated it,  there docs not appear to be   so much  ground for '.rejoicing as Mr. Carnegi*  would suggest.   The bald, hard facts  ai e that conditions   are not growing  better,  but worse,   for   the   common  man.     If:   the'   railroad    telegraph '  operators have enjoyed any improre-  ment in condition in late years, it   ia  .'���������.<'' **'r  duo, to   the   strengthening   of    their  L\t    .. *  .'union, wliich now is said to contain  close to 30,000 members. '     ''  "xvv*       -    ' '       ��������� ���������  A'nd what is true of* the telegraph  operators is, I belive, true of the other  botlies-of workmen on the railroad,  .except tho locomotive engineers, who  have sacrificed the interests of all  other workmen for their own advancement; so that,'looking at the- matter  closely, there does *npt- appear to be  much^room for cheerfulnesa.���������Henry  George, Jr.,'in the Chicago Record-  Herald.    '" ...  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  iFRONT STREET.  E. MOSCROP. ..  I - f r  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water    -  And Steam Heating! Gas  .U"   .  ', ��������� Fittings.    "  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C. MISTAKES  May be made in wearing  Ghest Protectors  But your greatest mistake will  lie made in not wearing one.  They are a great preventative  of cold and nobody should be  without one "when they can  get them so cheap at the  -CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.'Y.  All Sizes and Prices;  See them in our window.  NOTES OF  NEWS  ---l-'resh Groceries at A.  N. Smith's.  .1. J. Foley of Arrowhead, was in  I own on Thursday.  F. MuCtirty ha** been away at  Cilgary thi.s week.  There is one constitution. Sir Thomas  Siiaughnessy will never see it.  Uev. .1. Irvine, tlio organizer fur the  I. I). 1*'. in lhis piovince. in iu town  today.  Lost���������a bunch of keys, finder will  ���������ih-a*ele.'ivi* same at Mkii.w.ii otlice  and oblige owner.  A. A. Clarke, of Caniboriie was in  inwn tbis week and reports everything looking promising in that, camp  --The lavgestriind best selected staok  fnmi   Winnipeg  to  Vancouver.     See  Cieasman's  ^."i.f'ii   trousers     made   to]  tu tier. '     ��������� ' '    '  WANTED���������A fii'.-t-uluss Barber; none  but. first-class man  need" apply." .1.  MUBGAS. '  Mrs. 3. 0. Sullivan came up from  Nelson on'Tliurs'day and went on next  morning to -join, tier husband in  Winnipeg.  The subject of the sermon in the  Methodist' 'church tomorrow night  will he:. "Is There a Probation After  Death.?"  \V. Alollison, who has recently left  liis position as bridgeman on the O. P.  R., has bought out Jas. MeMahon's  blacksmiths business on Douglas St.  Miss Smith, Miss Fraser and Miss'  Kent are expected to return tonight  from Nelson and the work in their  rooms will begin on Monday morning.  The Kamloops football team have  written tlie secretary of the Eevel  stoke club ' saying they wish to come  over on May 21th and play for the  Martin Cup. ' *  ���������Trousers made to measure,  $5.00!  ���������  of stuffs regularly worth $8.00 to $10.-  00.     Some stores   are   getting thosa  prices.     They   should    see        Cressman's $5.00.trousers to order.  The mortal remains of Kev.H. Irwin,  ���������'Father Fat," left Montreal yesterday  morning to be finally laid to rest by  the side of his wife in the cemetery at  Sapper!on near New Westminster.  The Kaslo correspondent of the  Nelson Miner"reports that platinum in  ' paying quantities has been found in  ore in the Duncan River section. The  ore carries good values outside of the  platinum.*   ������������������ .     ��������� .' ��������� ���������  Th* licence commissioners for the  district arc gazetted as follows: Geo.  T. Newman,' oT Arrowhead, A. Olson,  of Trout-Lake, E. A. Haggen, of  Revelsloke. and R. A. Upper, chief  licence inspector. Kevelstoke.  Tomorrow," I-ow Sunday, services  will be held in St, Peter'." at 8 and 11  a.m. and 7.20 p.m., Rev'. C. A. Procunier officiating. ' Tbey will, to a large  .extent, be" ii xepetition of the Easter  services. -. ��������� -.      ���������  -,' ���������������������������  ��������� '    ���������  There were about-10 present" at the  Socialist discussion held last night in  Selkirk hnll." 'The subject was.Man in  his social-aspect, ;past, -present* and  future and the speakers were , J. XV.  Bennet, 13,' F. Gay man and C. XV.  Mitchell. '���������>->'"  guaiiTiHii  'NAME ON  EVERY  IMtCI."  Chocolates  \ We have lately imported  J the choicest varieties of  ? the above in bulk, and  i are selling at  ���������������  75c per Hi. fir  Highest  Award  at the World's Fair.  Red Cross  ������������������������������������       - Drugstore  Beg to call your attention to the fact that  they have just received and opened up a  splendid shipment of  sw J)bttG-oods  This shipment is imported direct from Scotland. We have saved the middleman's  profit and wish to give you the benefit of it.  Not only are the prices more reasonable, but  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  lliem.  g-:e:������t:e:r,^3L. n^E^HA-^sr-xs.  CALL AND  INSPECT   THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  LAMPS  ���������tThe "EMPRESS"  Shoe^  Don' forget that we carry  the  reliable  I"! in press Shoe for Ladies.  The Easter decorations in the  Methodist church were as usual very-  beautiful. In addition to flowers  provided by the ladies of the congregation, a quantity of choice cut flowers  had been obtained from the coast by  Mr. Lindmark. which filled the  church wiqh their delicious fragrance.  The special music of the day was well  rendered by tlie choir, Easter anthems  being sung both morning and evening.  E. M. Atluni sang a solo in the  morning and Miss Fee in the evening-  both of wliich were greatly appreciated. ' The" pastor preached in the  morning on the Resurrection of Our  Lord and iii tha evening on the Value  of a Soul. The congregation at both  services were very large,  g��������� We have   a   large  shipment of   Inaid  ���������j*- Linoleum and Floor Cloths just in.  ^^ All kinds of Rubbers ancl Rubber Boots.  9������Z_ A complete line of Gent's Furnishings.  i TAYLOR & GEORGE    =|  |������^ MACKENZIE AVENUE.  ^*"  Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To  M-  Peter GrantTt he wellTjuowif^col-"  lector of customs .itNew "Westminster,  died on "Wednesday- morning of  rheumatism';7 at his residence near  Sapperton. lie commenced life as a  telegraph operator and came out here  during construction.  A gentleman who has heard a good  deal of first class music both in  America and Europe and who was  pratcnt at the rchersal of the Esther  cantata ,the^ other evening, tells the  Heiiald that, he was delighted with  the rendering of the piece and i* sure  that a great treat is in store for  Kriday evening.  D. R. Ker of the well know n firm of  Brackman k Ker, Victoria, came up  Trcni the south hist night after an  extended tour through Alberta and  the mainland of British Columbia. Mr.  Ker, who has- been a subscriber to this  paper almost frr-in its inception, paid  a visit lo the IlEitAi.n office, He tays  the JlEitAi.u is- the staiincKest Conservative paper in the province.  Thos. Allen, father of O. II. Allen of  this place, died at bin .residrnre River  Ht. Toronto, on March 11. -'Me was,"  *ays tbe Toronto World, "one of Toronto's oldest and best known citizens."  He was a member of the city council  for 17 years and the flags on the civic  buildings were half masted on the  news of his death. Mr, Allen came  from Armagh in Ireland iwid came to  Toronto in .1851. when 20 years old.  Thos. Taylor, M. P. P.. came in from  the south last niglit and has been in  town all day. He says there is yet a  lighting chance for amendments to the  rcdistribution'bill. "It was ia-'roa'ded  through by tbe government to ������uit  Joe Martin, who said' it liad to go  through as it was drafted. Mr. Taylor  thinks that the next item on the pio*  gramme will be the railway contract,  and he_,anticipates that Martir. and his  following will Ihiiiw the government  down on it.  The Weak Link the Chain. -  The imperial aspect'of the Canadian  Pacifid railway was strongly emphat-  ized in an interview at Montreal given  by R. Marpole, general superintende'nt  of the company's Pacific division, who  reflected the views of thoroughly  formed English opinion on the subject  upon his return from a trip to tlie  mother count, y and to Europe.  Mr. Marpole said his trip had convinced him that there must be a fail  line service to Canada which- will put  Montreal on equal terms with-New  York, lt was useless to blink at'tbis  fact. Tbe only weak link in the-chain  of the Imperial highway to the east  was the Atlantic steamship service to  the Canadian 'ports. The Canadian  Pacific system from Montreal to tlie  Pacific coast is regarded a abreast of  the requirements of tlie times ahd the  steamships running from Vmcouver  to Japan and China are spoken of  deservedly as the best afloat in eastern  watets.  A fait service - across the Atlantic  must come, be said, and his own  convictions seemed to be that it would  come soon. Lord =Strathcona wai  strenuously at woik in the matter, and  other men of-.high position and  financial standing were interested:  ' Touching the trend -of English  opinion upon the commercial problems  of the day, Mr. Marpole. judging from  tbe conversation to, lie beard in big  clubsrand-at-the dinr,er-taJ*les-orVthi-  large hotels, concluded that Great  Britain is on the eve of abandoning  the policy of the Manchester school.  Tbe importance ot Imperial responsibilities all over the world is recognised  and the cultivation of the closest  commercial relations of the Empire  with the colonies is now insisted upon.  The question of giving a preference  to colonial products in the British  markets is certainty a. live issue.  iiriincci  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  at cost in order tu make room for  another large car of Furniture, which  will, be here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrange, to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE  X HA-VE IT!.  ' The largest stock' of the latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, RINGS,, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables me to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  ' J".   GKLTT  BjfVI-LBEE,.  WATCH REPAIRING-A SPECIALTY.    ���������  SIBBALD & FIELD,  J^t3r������USTn?3   JFOIE-i  Real Estate  FINANCIAL-^   -���������- .-,- ������������������   ���������*���������* lliaiiviii������*vi   < Equitable Savings Loan and Building Association.  Insurance  (Canada Permanent & Western  Canada Mortgage Corporation,  I Imperial Flre.      Caledonian Fire.   Atlas Fire,  Canadian Fire. -Mercantile Fire.  COAL FOR SALE,  , _ .   .-    Northern Fire.  ��������� Guardian Flre.   Manchester Fire.   Great West Life.  I Ocean, Accident and Guarantee.   Confederation Life  ��������� ^.Canadian Accident Assurnuce (Jo.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Public.  KEVELSTOKE. B. C.  niTP.HEn ry  WRECKERS  The Seattle Flyer off the G. N.  R. Track Near* Liverpoll and  Some of the Train Crew Badly  Injured.  Wouldlbe train wreckers were tbe  cause of one of tbe worst wrecks tbat  hns occuned in this vicinity  for some  O. P. It. TOWNSITE.  MARA TOWNSITE.  GEKRAKD TOWNSITE.  CAMBORNE TOWNSITE,    X  Baggageman Nichols, who was  sitting-in-the-bagji(,'ige-ear,-was thrown  from his chair over half the lcnght of  the car and received several nasty  bruises, wliile all of the thiitv passengers were' more or*.less jarred arid  shaken up.  Engineer Roope was at lhe throttle,  and* he stated that he did not see the  switch open., Investigation showed  that the switch had been opened by  some malicious person, the large staple  holding the lock being pulled out  bodily and the switch pulled but half  open, so that n train coming from any  direction would be ditched when it  struck the 'switch.      It   is   supposed,  HEW SPRING STOCK  Now Complete.  --;A\-- ���������  lC-.il .-'  liillt* p.ist.  It. wa.s on the Great Noi thern Railroad near Liverpool, just opposite New  W'eslMii.Hter the accident occurred. Ths  ems-mecr  and    fireman    were    badly   from what could bu learned, that some  AGAINST  COLD  Lots of things in stock to pre  vent colds and to cure them.  -Sonic to take before the illness  gets a firm grip, some to relieve  the suffering when in the toils  and some Ut restore the patient  to normal health.  OUR DRUGS  AND MEDICINES  Are in  excellent condition and  everything!.** fresli and reliable.  "No old and  impotent thing; in  this   stock.     So' high    prices  ' cither.      ' ���������   SENECA COUCH SYRUP  Onr Specialty.  injured as a result, but fortunately no  oilier official and none of the passen-  geis was setious-ly hint.  The Seattle flyer wa������ coining in from  the south and was a little late, -so it  was decided to run into South West-  inififter without turning around in the  Y near Livei pool as iifiial.    Tbe train  young boys nre responsible fur the act  that r.ime so near canning a serious  loss of life and property.  The list of injured is as follows: Engineer W, R. Roope, badly injured;  Fireman Chas. McFedder, knee  ieverely cut; Baggageman Ii, P.  Nichol**, bruised about tho legs, and  several   others   bruised   moro   or less  Phm. B.  W. BEWS,     -  serioinly.    Conductor J. C. Bass,   who  had just st.u-te<! up ������l the rate of about ( ,v.l8 ;n ehapKc of f h(| ^.^   was   m)in  J. Latham}  OHideuts   uf  ...... j.. ���������;    r . wrto ,ii cuiir^e or ine train.  thirty milea an hour from the Liverpool Mured, an wai also brakeman  station to catch the 2:3) ferrv. All of the train new are   ic  Just as the engine struck tliu Y  switch it left the track and tore along  over the ties at a terrific rate. The  engineer at once reversed the lever and  put on the airbrakes. Then both the  fireman and engineer jumped from the  coach, both receiving serious injuries  in their leap for life.  The engine bounded over the ties for^  about fifty yaids and then left (he  track and turned over into the ditch,  sinking halfway down into the soft  marsh. Thc baggage enr also left the  rails, but the two passengwr coaches  remained on the track,  Seattle,  The paisengers were compelled to  walk down to the ferry binding from  the scene of the wreck, a distune of  two miles, while the. baggage and  mails weie brought down on a hand  car.  Er MOSCROP ...  Sanitary Plumbing-, Hot  Water  Aiul Steam Heating, Gas  Fittings.  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C  "' The largest 'ahd'Wsfl'/iieFecU'd '  ,''!   'i'.:   .-i  -,-,** ���������'���������.*.'.'.i'.  'r.V.   imi.   iw  stock'' from Winnipeg'   to   tha  Coast. * Finest and :best-equip-  ; ped Tailoring House in B/O.'--* >'  "iOnly.-ainttde/to'orderKarruent "  ,**,'���������. ;. *]-' * ���������_ - *v <*-' \.* *J"  can fit properly and the' .leading ,  1     ,     ' r I     ,      *;      -    i>    '���������\ I   I   IX   ". >-  good'dressers in1 Revelstoke have *  showered  praises   pn jQnr-Full  Dress. and, * Business .* Suits land*  : Overcoats, which* fit as naturally  as the'flee'e'e onthosHe'e'p."^"'"-'  ���������.  *     .,*    * ���������-. . ���������-.(*.i .l,'ix,-;t ul  We fit pockot books as,woll,aa  their owners.. _,...?, :y.,:'j, iS-r.i  M  TROUSERS  To Order and Up-to-date  ���������The Best Fit in the City  ���������>i:j I*jik  r."*v,.i.; *���������.  u -idt-io  .ii-iiiixil.  :)i 'i/i-.t't  i-Ui'tA  ..M I.e.:  '..'Jt .V't; 3  For- th9 Month of April a Choloe Lot ror 85, worth SS and Sid.    ,,,.,  8UIT8 TO ORDER      ....     S20 and *2B.  We   defy   any   firm to  produce  a '';more jstylish [pr. better^  fitting suit for the;price: :* .fi   2   !-l^*'-,    i'  LADIES COSTUMES.  " Choice of any coetumo  Material In tho Store to  Msaauro     during;      tho  . Month oT April for S26.  j- B. Cressman,  LADIBS' AND MEN'S  HIO.H CLAM TAILOR.  I,.  Manning: Stock,       MoKmzte Am.  ���������M  -\,l-i!*lr.i. *  .y. imviil.l. .     ,  .  _.       t  ���������i .-*:������'.������: i.  r\  ;;.w,!-.������.:_'   |  '1  ) iliVi.'-J**'.'   y  .         **  ii *>*i.*.*:.-������>. ���������  JM-.JI..A   \  'i  rtw''uilni. '���������  *j  i i<*::*.*3r;a   _,  ij  ������������������-���������~\

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