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 y.  1^1  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY . MARCH 29   1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  We are the largest buyers  of GROCERIES in the  North Kootenay, and are  therefore able to offer the  very best goods produced  in the world at the very  lowest prices. Although  . times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very encouraging  to us.  This year we have made  arrangements which will  enable us"to give our customers better prices than  ever before.  FISH  BARGAINS  This week we are  offering  some good bargains in fish:  MACHONOCHIE  ������     Kippered'Herring���������in tins  -���������Plain,-Shrimp &"Tomato.  "     sauce.    "���������:'"'        _~ "���������"  BLOATERS"~~~~ ' *7~ . T" * '\  In Tins .20c. each.  Canned Smoked Salmon ") JC/  ������'������ "'     Halibut VI Ji  " Fresh " J per tin  Mackerel in Kits.  Labrador Herring���������half Bar'ls  Salmon Bellies���������100 lb. Kegs.  We are receiving weekly  shipments of Smoked Kippered Herring, Bloaters,  Halibut and Salmon.  Stock Fish Always in Stock  HONEY!  HONEY!!  We have received a large  shipment of the Chilliwack  Honey, the genuine article.  TEAS!!  COFFEES!!  Our Sales in these lines  have been very encouraging. Having very nearly  doubled in the past year.  RAM LAL'S, as a package  Tea, has no equal.  We also carry  FIVE O'CLOCK  BEN HUB  BLUE RIBBON  LIPTON'S  Pure Mocha and Java  and " Our Own Blend "  are the favorites.  GOOD SERVICE  The Best Goods at the  LOWEST PRICES  Means satisfaction to Our  Customers and an ever increasing business for us.  Personal   Paragraphs   Pertain-  .ing to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  Daily Rounds.  Ross .Donaldson, C.P.R. fireman,  who haa heen laid up for some time, is  recovering.  An action has heen entered hy  Annie. Winter, of Cody, B.C. and her  husband, against the Kaslo and Slocan  railway company for $10,000 for  injuries claimed to have heen received  by Mrs. Winter under the following  circumstances: That while she was in  a passenger coach on the Cody biarr.'Ii,  lhat the engine was detached from the  train to be used for temporary  employment and that neither thu  conductor nor brakeman set tlie  brakes on the car, hut went away and  left the car on the brink of n steep  grade and that the car ran away and  was broken to pieces, the said Mrs.  Winter being severely injured.  The Red Mountain train was a  couple of hours late into Rossland on  Sunday evening, the result of an  accident at the Y near Northport.  The switch on the Y had been thrown  for the outward horn train and  tha engine passed over tafi-ly but the  tender' did not "track," ditching  several cars. The bridge was damaged  somewhat and it was necessary lo  transfer mails and passengers around  the derailed tiaiu. Engineer Tracey  sprained his ankle, but otherwise no  one wis injured.  Engineer D. Little and fireman Gpo.  Well wood have been transferred from  Kamloops to the Kootenay division.  The body of Arthur O.Davis, section  foreman of Antler.^N. XV. T., who was  lost in the blizzard on Saturday, March  15, was found Sunday afternoon by a  search party composed of Northwest  Mounted Police and citizens.  Brakeman. Shipworth of Brandon  was instaantly killed at Moose Jaw on'  Tuesday while eb'u'plirig.cais.  ������,Oiie. _o������_the.best known railwios-cpu****.  tractors in "Canada^ is dead iii" the  person of John Ryan who has been a  contractor on-, railway construction  since the middle of the last century,  and worked on lhe Grand Trunk, the  Chicago;>& Alton,, the Brockville k  Ottawa and Intercolonial. In 1879and  18S0 he built 10) miles'of.lhe C. P. il.  west of Wiunipeg and afterwards the  Ontario & Quebec. He was connected  wilh others in the building of the Son  canal and the locks at Cascade Point  on.lheSoulanges canal.    .  It is leported at Banff on good  authority that the C.P.R. has decided  to change the location of its line so us  to materially shorten the distance on  that section. It is said that the main  line will branch southward some distance west of Banff. It will be caaried  through the town,. und round, the  south side of Tunnel-iiiountoin. I is  expected that the station will be near  F.jXV. Boswell's-house. The change  will straighten out this portion of the  ine land will leuvo Anthracite al llie  end of a spur, us the new line will join  the present truck some distance east  of Anthracite.  LMr._R..F. ..-Miller,  ia_ busy, erecting  -old," said Mr.  Didisheim, "and that  ilessrs. Pool and Young are the new  iwners.    I am under a promise not to  livulge the price- paid  for   the mine,  out   will   say   this,   that the amount  mentioned ��������� $500,000 ��������� was greatly  exaggerated.    Some of the statements  made in connection with the reports  of the sale were most unfair to myself  and to the company and I resent them  keenly."  The Miner is unable to state wherein  Mr, Didisheim considered himself  aggrieved. It is understood that Mr.  Didisheim will not in future be identified with the Silver Cup and that he  will shortly leave for France,���������Rossland Miner.  THE LAW IS  VINDICATED  Bullock the Murderer Hanged  at the Police Barracks,  Fort Saskatchewan on  Wednesday.  Fort Saskatchewan, March 26.���������  C. B. Bullock'was executed at the N.  W. M. P. barracks this morning for  tho murder of Leon Stainton, on April  26   last.     Death- was   instantaneous.  The condemned man made no  statement, slowly shaking his head  when asked on the scafold if he had  anything to say.  Rev. A. Aldridge.Methodist minister  here, who has /isited the prisoner  daily since his commitment, was with  him half an hour before the execution.  While he listened attentively to all  the counsel of his spiritual adviser,  the prisoner showedno 'outward .sign  of remorse and stoutly protested his  innocence to the last.  The trap-was arranged inthe second  floor of thc carpenter shop ab the  barracks," giving a drop of, six feet.  -As Rev. Mr. Aldridge concluded  reading the. Lord's prayer, gthe lever  was pulled aud the condemned man  shot -^dowiiward. -. No * movement  indicated -the-presence of life after the  trap was sprung. '    "       "  '    Card of Thanks.  Mrs. Dunsmore wishes to express her  heartfelt gratitude to all those friends,  whose services were so freely rendered to her son during his last illness.  She also wishes to express her thanks  to the members of the Orange lodge  for their fraternal kindness in taking  charge of the funeral. ���������   '  CECIL RHODES  Many Opinions are Held of the  Character of the Great South  African Millionaire who Died  On Wednesday.  Capktow.n, March 2<J.-Cecil Rhode.*-  died this afternoon ut>������.57 o'clock.  London, March 20.��������� The death nl  Cecil Rhodes came us nogreat surprise  to those who saw anything of him  during his last visit tn London during  Ihe winter. Whether it was due Io  liis experiences during the long seige  of Kimberley or the aci'iiiiiulateil  anxiety regarding the war in South  Africa, with an .-ircomniinying change  of public feeling in England toward  him, there is no doulil. he was almost  completely bioken down-within the  past two years. Even his appearance  changed. His once finely chiselled  face had become bloated and his  always huge frame filled out until the  Colos-ms became so stout as to make  walking a mutter of difficulty. lie  was frequently attacked .with severe  heart ^troubles during " which he  exhibited the stoicism which marked  his extraordinary career. Nor did he  allow bodily ailments to interfere with  business. Among his associates in the  city he never mentioned them nor did  he permit* them to be mentioned to  hiin. .Up to the last Mr. Rhodes kept  n firm'grip on all those vast South  Afiican interests "created and con-  trolledby him. Except that he was  more iijritable and more dictatorial,  there was no outward change in his  method of handling men, millions and  empires. Towards bhe social side of  life, however,,he soured visibly. Once  his day's work' iit. the office ofthe  British Chartered South African Co.  was over, he shut himself up from the  curious in an unfrequented London  hotel, wheie he utterly denied,himself  to all except half u" dozen favored  intimates. " *  Dr/ Jameson was . his " constant  companion. Indeed, none of "Dr.  Jameson's,indiscretions ever affected  the warm friendship existing between  the t.vo .men. They could be seen in  tbe park in the morning inking solitary'  rides ,on horses, never-breaking.out  from a walk, the cynosure of all eyes,  yet seveiely unobscivant of lhe.���������hun-  dreds or London-political and social  leaders who had the right to a bowing  acquaintanceship. _- .,  ,  More pspecially'did Mr. Rhodes shun  the present government leaders. He  bitteily    expressed   his  contempt- o  British army methods in South Africa  and probably never quite forgave Mr.  Chamberlain and Lord Mllner for ki t  consulting him or endeavoring to  utilize the powerful financial political  magazine which Mr. Rhodes undoubtedly manipulated over the whole of  South Africa.  With increasing irascibility, which  he did not hesitate to vent on duke  or plebeian who crossed his path, hu  grew more anil more restless as the  end of his life drew nPiir. He was  never contented to stay long in one  place. Hi? closing days devolvedjiulo  an unceasing purposeless quest of  change of scene. During his recent  trip to Egypt this was particularly  noticeable. He rushed from place to  jilaco as if with the only object of  unsettling his own plans. Thou he  suddenly returned to England.  Financially, Mr. Rhodes' death is  not likely to have any far reaching  results, as all his enterprises were  systemized so thoroughly us uot to  need the master mind which was so  necessary to their inception. Thanks  to the very great success of the De  Beers Mines, the British Chartered  South African Co. and other great  South African ventures, Rhodes'  fortune has been steadily accumulating. He lost money over the war, but  what inroads that made must have  been trifling compared with the many  millions he possessed. He never lost  his open handed, somewhat reckless,  methods of handling money. ��������� Not  long ago he walked into the office of  one of his confidential subordinates  and, throwing down a bundle of notes,  bonds, etc.. said : '  "Invest these for me" and went out  without waiting to have them looked  at. Inspection revealed the fact thai  they acounted to over a million pounds  sterling. How they were invested  Mr. Rhodes never knew or cared, for  months later, as that night he went off  on one of his wandering tours and  refused to allow himself to be bothered  with the details of the investment- of  his million until he returned to England.  Revelstoke Football Club -  The football seniors held a meeting  in F. Brown's cigar store on Wednesday evening. Wentworth Smyth was  .elected* secretary:,,and *Roy._. Douglas  treasurer. T. Carey was elected  captain pro tern. "-T.' .E: ,L.~ XaylorTis  Hon. president. Grant Hall, president  and H. A. Brown, vice-president. The  club has a membership of nearly 50  and the prospects for a, good season's  football are excellent., The first match  will be played on May 24th. Letters  have been'.received asking about tlie  strength of the team.'  LATEST NEWS  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  Henry Newcombe, aged 72, of the  Newcombo Piano Co., Toronto, was  aceidently usphyxiated Inst night.  Two Wabash freight trains, running  over Grand Trunk tracks, collided  near Jars-is, Ont., lust night. Engineers Charluton und McGill and brake-  mini McDonald, of St. Thomas, were  all killed.  Fifty passengers were badly shaken  up in a collision between tho South  Side and Metropolitan west^side  elevated roads on the Union loop at  Chicago yesterduy.  Eleven inches of rain hns fallen at  Meridan, Missouri, during the past 4.8  hours. . Farms are under water,  biidges are washed away and tiafific ie  paralyzed.. ~*  It is asserted that Cecil Rhodes haa  left the bulk of his fortune, outside of  some personal and family bequests, to  the promotion of his vast Imperial  plan of . education. This proj*ct  embraces every land where the Union  Jack flies.  It is reported from Kutnis, Trans-  Causcasia, that three Russian princes  have been executed for the murder of  owr 100 persons. They were leaders  of , a bandit organizution, - which  terrorized the Caucasus by robbery,  arson iind "murder.  The total number of Boer prisoners  captured in Kitchener's last round up  was 170. Delarey was outside. the  cordon.. An exciting race took .place  between Boers and * British for gaps  in the. lines. 'The" British horses  played out' in. tbe'long ''march and*,  many" soldiers; dismounted -and went  on foot to head oif the Boers.- Five  Canadians wounded by the Boers,  made-a splendid defence. -Finally-  seeing the case hopeless, four sun-en  dered bnt the fifth indignantly refused,  and continued a single handed flght  until killed.  another of* the old Donald houses jn  Golden for Mr." Robinson, O. *P. il.  agent ut Donald. It is being put up  on a lot near J. E. Griffith's residence  and the contract calls for a very complete residence.���������Golden Era.  Engineer J. Lyons and Mrs. Lyons  returned from a trip to the coast on  Friday.  Fireman K. Dodd and Bridgenum J.  McCollum are both laid up wilh the  measles.  Station agent T. B. Bradshaw  received this morning the s.id news of  the death of his hrulher at St.Tliouias,  Ont.  Instead of Tuesdnys|the tourist cars  leave Revelstoke kon Wednesdays for  Toronto. ���������  Priceof Silver Cup Exaggerated  Louis Didisheim, manager for the  European capitalists, who ownod the  well known Silver Cup mine iu the  Lardeau district up to a few days  since, was a visitor to Rossland on  Sunday and yesterday, leaving this  morning for Revelstoke, where the  company's Canadian offices^are located.  When approached by a representative of the Miner with a query, as to  the mine, Mr. Didisheim was disposed  to be vexed at the report forwarded to  this paper by its Lardeau correspondent in which some speculation was  indulged in as to the old company's  reason for selling and the price  realized, declining to discuss ' the  matter at all. On being informed,  however, that if the report was not  strictly accurate thc Miner hud been  imposed upon equally with himself,  Mr. Didisheim relented and confirmed  the report as to the transfer of the  property  "lt Is correct that the mine has been  r  ASTER IS HERE,' and with it comes .the  . ie  thought of a c**-,  New Dress���������a theme���������the mere mention of which strikes v''  a responsive chord in-every femininp* heart.  We are ready to serve you with a showing that excels every  previous season's effort, a showing that trained taste has chosen,  expert knowledge has bought and artistic hands have 'arranged for  you. Our long acquaintance with your tastes and wishes, our  enlarged stocks, our greatly increased facilities have enabled us to  make a display that will be the most artistic and economical expression of your every thought.  Never in the history of our business career have we been able  to place before the fair sex of Revelstoke such an array of exquisite  new creations as will be shown here this Season.  DAINTY WAISTS  Dainty Waists of Silk, Muslin,' Cotton, etc., made in the  newest ways.  NEAT AND DRESSY WALKING SKIRTS.  In Cloth and Silk, perfect hanging and thc best-of workmanship.  IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.  Throughout the Store you'll find them filled to overflowing  with new things.  NEW DRESS GOODS AND SILKS  In all the latest and.best weaves.  NEW WASH DRES3 GOODS  In all the new sheer effects, colorings and designs.  NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS  In all the Latest Eastern and European.novelties.  NEW   LACES   AND    EMBROIDERIES,   EDGINGS,     INSERTIONS  AND ALOVER8.  NEW NECKWEAR, RIBBONS AND GLOVES.  NEW BELTS  In all the latest designs in Straw, Silk and Velvet.  NEW HOSIERY  In Plain and Fancy Designs.  y  REFERRED TO  ARBITRATION  The Trackmen's Wage Schedule  To be Settled by a Board of  Seven' Arbitrators,' so as to  Arrive at an Agreement -  Word was received in town last  night that the C.P.R. management at  Montreal and the Trackmens', Protective Committee have agreed to refer  the wage schedule to' a board of  arbitration���������to"���������be~composed"6r"seveii_  persons, three selected by. the company, three by the trackmen and one  by the. other six. This agreement wm  arrived"~at ' in order to come town  amieahlo ami impartial settlement of  his very important matter.  REID & YOUNG-  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  Carnes Creek Consolidated.  The annual general meeting of the  Carnes Creek Consolidated Gold Mines  Ltd, was hold on Tuesday last in th*  company's ofllecs here. The report of  the Huoretary-trsasurer, Mr. J. T.  Brewster, was read and past and the  following board of directors elected  for the ensuing year; Messrs. F. M c-  Carty, J. W. Doyle, T. W. Bain, P.  Chapman, of Vancouver, and Bannel  Sawyer, of Montreal. On Wednesday  evening the board of directors met  and appointed F, McCarty, president;  P. Chapman, vice-president and J. M.  Doyle,     socrctary-treasui-er. The  retiring directors are Thos. Kilpatrick,  XV. Cowan, J. T. Brewster and C. H.  Temple.  Platinum in Smilkameen.  Platinum in commercial quantities  has been detected by assay in ore  taken from the Diamond [B. a mine,  near Princeton in the Smilkameen,  and theOlyinpia on Kennedy mountain  in the same district. The ore carries  values in gold silver and eopp-sr  as well. The assay was made by  Baker & Co.. gold and platinum  refiners, Newark, N, J. The Star,  wliich publishes the report, does not  give the nature of ths ore, which  would be interesting to know. Platinum has been found iu Wyoming in  a vein carrying gold, copper aad  sslver, the amount of platinum appear  ing to increase with th* increase ot  the copper contents of the ore. Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON.  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Jourtinl published ln tbe  interests ol the railway men, mlninii men ������Iul  lni������liii"i*i men ot the West. Days ol Publication  Wt.-ilne.silay and Saturday.  ADVEiniSlNQ RATES.  Display ads., 31.S0 per inch; single column,  ������2 per inch when Inserted . ou tille page  I.ogal ails., 10 cenls ner Inch (nonpanel) line  for first Insertion; 5 eents for each additional  iusortion. I*ocal notices 10 cents per line each  issue. Birth, Marriage and Death Notices  tree.  SUBSCRIPTION  HATES.  By loalI or carrier, fi per annum; ?1.25 for  Bix months, strictly in advance.  of members of tho best looking sex.  We mny be quite sure afti*r the  experience of Orillia, that Mr. Tar! e  would never disappoint tlieni if a  paltry $10,030 or so would meet thi'ir  ideas.  REDISTRIBUTION AGAIN.  Olilt JOIl DIirAllTMENT.  I  the  s ono'of the best equipped printing offlces In  ,.,e West and prepared to oxecnto all kinds ol  /.riming In iirstclass style at honest prices.  One price lo all. No Job too large���������none loo  Muall���������lor us. Mail orders promptly attended  to.   Give us a trial on your next order.  TO COItllESrONDENTS.  Wc invite correspondence on any subject  of Interest lo lhe general public lu all cases  the bona llde name ol the writer must accompany manuscript, but uot nccossarily lor  publication.  Address all communications to tbe Manager'  NOTICE TO COllllESl'Oh'DENlS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side ol the paper only.  'J.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper uame  otitic writer.  U.K. GROGAN. Editor.  Saturday, March '29,1902.  A POINTER FROM ORILLIA.  It's as easy as rolling oif a log, if you  know how to do it. but  you've got  to  know how first.    The town of Orillia  knows, but the  snap  has  now   been  given uway.   Orillia had a population  of 4907 according to the last census and  these [4907   Orillians . want .$40,000   of*  Dominion   funds    to    improve    their  harbor.   Forty   thousand looks like a  lot of government money  to  British  Columbians.*   Our whole province only  gots   ������100,000   for   public   works altogether.   But   it   is  a mere fleabite in I passage of this important ineasurejiuto  .Orillia, where they know how to work   a stage   where discussion on it would  In his speech on the second reading  of thc Redistribution Bill Mr. Taylor  said he hoped the government would  accept an amendment, which he proposed to offer, extending the Rovi'l-  stoke riding so as to take in the Caiue  river country and give it two members or in default of that to lwivi* thn  i-  constitnency as   it   was  before.   Tin*  amendment will of course come up in  committee,   in which the details of the  bill  will come  up for discussion.   The  attempt of the Colonist to uiiiko a little political capital out, of the f ict lh t  piactically no opposition  \v.is oflVreil  to the second reading is as absurd as it  is premature.   The   Hisu.u.n  biiliiivus  that both] sides   of the house are sincere in wishing to si.e an equitable and  practical   measure    of   redistribution  passed.     The  Ui-:h.\l������  believes   thai  the   government   has tried lo find an  easy,  short cut  out of a disagreeable  task by proposing   to again   increase  lhe membership and this is the main  feature of the  bill, which thc Opposition   mean   to   coutest in committee.  Otherwise the    Hekad   agrees   wilh  Mr.   Smith   Curtis     that   the   bill  is  the fairest measure of redistribution  which has yet been introduced in the  legislature,     ln   committee   there   is  is no   doubt the  various   details will  Come in for a good deal of alteral ion  and   improvement.       The  discussion  should be approached in a broad minded spirit of mutual forbearance and  strict  impartiality.     To   suggest, as  does the   Colonist,   that   because the  opposition, in order   to   facilitate the  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  The foundation should be laid by buying Heal Estate in the new Town of  ELD  Situate i-Mit at the Doors of all the Famous Fish Creek Gold Mines.  FIFTEEN minuter  ��������� walk from Main St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to the mouth of the 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.  Some More Facts SEWSE  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott ;Groap,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groupB, and 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.  INVESTIGATE AND YOU WILL  BE  PREPARED TO TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  F. B. LEWIS,  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  LEGAL  J SI. SCOTT   B A., I-.L.U.  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Notary   rublic,  Ktc.  l'ln>t Street, Kevelstoke.  Money to loan.  TJARVEY, M'CAKTEU & PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors Ior Imperial Bank ol Canada.  Coinpanv luiuls lo lonn at8 percent.  First stkeet, Kevelstoke B. O  the oracle. This is how they do things  down there from a report of the debate  ��������� on the estimates in the commons  when Mr. W. II. Bennelt, member for  liiist Simcoe, of which riding Orillia is  the most important centre, put in a  pica for harbor improvements at  Orillia and by way of empathizing his  request, read an article fromca local  paper in which Jlr. Tarte was  upbraided for for_;elti.iK his pledge to  the residents and particularly the  ladies of Orillia, made on the occasion  of his visit there last summer, to have  the harbor improved.  Mr.  Turte   made an amusing:  reply.  Jle admitted  he had been "seduced by  the beauty of the ladies," and influenc  ed by the kindness which  the  people  showed to "the little French Canadian  minister"    there   last  summer.     He  didn't perhaps make a formal promise  biit he   went pretty far.   "Well, come  to think it, he believed he did say that  if ������40,000   would  do it he would try  ^and���������induce-hi3-coleagiies_to_sanction_  the grant. Orillia  was   really    a  beautiful place   and  he would try and  nnt go back on the ladies.     He hadn't  been accused of doing that so far.  In    the   applause,   which   followed  these      gallant     remarks      of      the  impressionable    Minister     of   Public  Works,   Mr.   Bennett,   who   is, it   ix  almost     unnecessary     to   remark,   a  ������������������lifelong Grit," joined,   we   are   told,  very heartily.    It would b������ a curious,  though   quite   unprofitable,  point   to  nvestigate as to what effect the bright  eyes of tha fair Orillians   -would  have  on Mr. Tarte's   susceptible bosom, had  Lh e member for East Simcoe happened  to be a dyed in the  wool  Tory.     But  leaving   this    topic,   as     merely    of  academic   interest,  to cne   side,   the  Herald would like to  suggest that.  lievelstoke had  better take a leaf out  of the book of Orillia.    It is too much  of course to expect that this place like  the happy community on  the bcauti-  -    ful shores of L������ake Simcoe. will ever be  honored hy   a  ritit  from   the   great  Poo-bah of the Grit  ministry.     XVe  cannot     hope    ������ver    to    find     out  what    effect      on      his      ideas    on  expenditure   on   the   Columbia,   tho  united  smiles   of   Revelstoke   female  loveliness      might     possibly     have.  But if we ever again dig down for tho  collateral to    send    a   delegation to  Ottawa to  interview   Mr.  Tarte, we  ���������mu������t certainly see that it is composed  be or more practical use, allowed it to  pass the second rending almost uiiap-  posed, therefore the decision was a  triumph for the government and .the  opposition has ceased to oppose and  even to exist.'is as mischievious, as it  is petty and ridiculous. It is the importation of the narrowest partisanship into a question from lhe discussion  of whicli all party feeling and all  notion of mere parly triumphs should  be sternly eliminated.  But to return to our own particular  muttons. * The Herald is free to  admit that with regard to the disposition whicli it is proposed to make of  the various elements of our o.vn  particular riding it regards the point  as to the extension of our northern  limit as being the most important by  far to the people of Revelstoke. It is not  reasonable to suppose that the Trout  Lake mining divisiou will continue  any longer to form a portion cf the  same riding as ourselves. The moot  Doint_seenis.to be whether it. is__to. be  Canadian Pacific  Railway  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  BASTBOUND     S:20  WESTBOUND  17:90  SOUTHBOUND     8:10  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Tuesdays and Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  F11EI2 BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS,  ���������F/H9T CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  HKATED BY HOT AIR:  REASONABLE RATB������. *  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  HOURLY STREET CAR  MEETS  ALL TRAINS.  BAR WELL SUPPLIED UY THE CHOICEST  WINES,  LIQUORS AND CIGARS     . 7 . .   .  .  Red Rose Decree meou second anil fourth  Ti e-*dav������ of each  month; White Rose Degree  in"*ets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Vi.-itiiiL' brethren welcome  G  F CKOCiAN. HY. EDWARDS,;  "'resident. "on. Secretary.  Now  TO-  TO-  - LOW-RATE-TICKETS; .  r   on Sale troiu Eastern Poi  obits  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  Regular meetings are hold in thi  ���������,��������� Oddfellow's Hall on the Third 1-n-  SKL day of each month, at S. p.m. sharp.  ������3Pt Visiting hrelhren cordially Invited  (*���������!! A. J   IINSON, W.M.  ;k-��������� W. O. BIRNEY, Rec.-Sec.  CHURCHES  METHODIhT CHURCH,  BEVELSTOKE.  Preaching service.- al 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m  Cla������s meeting at lhe" close of the morning  Ssrvtc" SabBath School and Bib.leClass at.3:03  Weetlv- I'raver Meeting every Wednesda.  evening  at T:h.   The    public are   cordially  invited.   Seats free.  Rev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  tacked on to Kaslo or to make part of  a new riding which will include both  the Lardeau and Slocan of popular  parlance. This is a point on which  the wishes of the people of Feigiuon  and Trout Luke City, should have  considerable weight. They tire no  doubt quite satisfactorily expressed by  our member. Mr. Taylor, who we  understand is a strons; supporter of  the second plan, while the government  measure embodies the first.  With ri'K.ird to the C.inoe River  valley this Herald's* contention li.t.**  always boen thnt it should he taken  out of Caribo, wilh which il has no  interests in common and divided  between the Revelstoke and CJolden  ridings. The 33rd degree or latitude  would form a convenient northern  boundary, the watershed between the  drainage area of ihe North Thompson  and the Canoe  would   be  lhe  natural  ST. PETER S CIICIICII, ANGLICAN.  Eight a.m.. Holy Eucharist; ll a.m., ma'^ns,  Utanv and sermon (Holy Eucharist Hrst Sun-  ,lav ih the month); 2:3o Sunday school, or  children's service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  fcrmon Holv Days-The Holy fiuchanat Is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8 a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism after Sunday School atJ.ij.  1 c. a. mocusiiER, Rector.  PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH.  co-vice every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  ,'which all are welcome.     Prayer meeting at  g p. m. every Wednesday  Rev. W. C. Calder, Pastor.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Ma������*.   nt 10..10 a. m.,  on   first,   second  and  lourth Sundays In the ������������������*'xwm T���������AVER.  STEAMSHIPS  FROM* VANCOUVER  -CHINA,  -AUSTRALIA  JAPAN,  ALASKA  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  ind from all points.  For full information, printed  matter, etc., call on or address,  W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Kevels toke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vaneouvor. ,  m  S3-'  S & CO'Y,  Wholesale snd Retail Dealers*  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     Ml) 1 TON;     SAUSAGE?  FISH AND G AME IN SEASON.- i".  THE   MINES EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  Wood for Sale.,  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  for Cash.  John Kernaghan  SALVATIOS   army.  Meeting every night In their Hall on Front  Street.  ''  A. N. Si  X  ������������������r  X  *  I Baker and  Confectioner  H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DEEP. HEADS, BIRDS, Ktc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Repaired. ���������..���������-.���������  JUST KAST OK   lTtE-jn'TERIAN   CHURCH  Third Street.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  limit on the west while the summit  nt I R      , Schoolof Mines, I^ndon.    Seven  yearn  Lhe   Rockies   would  the riding on   the   east  r , i ' 1,1   -..nrfA   Wo-ks.  Hvransea.     17   years  (Jhlel  of   coi]Kse!K)iindi������,;^'ta[0vs^.fi;,in--^rand  Iron Co.,  Eng.  ��������� ar      A    diviflino* ��������� Lat<������ rliemfu and A������-aver, Hall Mluei, ILIA.  ist.    A   limning       culm, examined an<5 reported upon.  line between the Revelstoke and  Golden ridings is naturally formed hv  the Canoe River as far as thu hend  south of (Jranberry lake and continued  by the McLennan to- Tete Jaune  Cache.  In the south the Fish River camp  and the towns on the Northaest Arm  have very cloie business nnd social  relations with Revelstoke aiul the  Herald thinks it would he a mistake  to disturb their present political  afllliiitions with this plsce. Thc  southern boundary of the riding as  definod in the new bill seems to be as  suitable and ������atiafactory .is is possible.  Ferguson. B.C.  , We have purchasers for all kinds of .metalliferous mines -and pros: :  ' pects, and desire to hear from prospectors and others having property '  for sale.  Our facilities for making-quick sales are unrivftlled. ''  .; Send us reports; also samples of oro for exhibition at our Oflice. _  T  E MINES EX      ANGE, LIMITED..,  P, O. Box 70  Nelson, B.C  H. G. PARSON, President.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managing Director  TiirKeveistokeli������inran^Spiriteor  Limited Liability.  Carry a full and complete line of *    *   *  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Qlhe,  , Ports, Sherlas, Olarets, Champagne, Liquors  Imported and. Domestic Oisars...  ���������man*iHnaDaBBaa.BBBaDBBB_aanHnrBnHBMnsi  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  A. N. Sri  TIME TABLE  f Cor. Mackenzie Avc.  X and Railway Street.  %  **************************  Laces and Braids  A largo range of Point I.ace,  Duchess and Batteutnirg  Druids, Starapod nenlpns,  Stamped Linens, Km broidery  Needles, Hooks, ic.  Berlin and Zephyr Wools, all  KliadeH, Slipper Soles, Valen-  ciciiee.sl.aec, Insertion.  t*  Call at llie I******,  MADISON -PARLORS.  {������| Misses Sheppard & Bell  rSd McKenzie Avenue      oc'23  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  fcmi&i  d:o.o.o.o.ox).o:o:o.oo.o-o.o.o.o_oo:c  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running Vietween A rrowlipad, Thomsons  I.im'linp and Comaplix, cM-.iin.wi'inK Oetrtner  llth, 1901, will sail ai loilow-t. weather pernilt-  tlni.:  I.**avlni������ Arrowhead fr.r Thomson'* Landing  and C<MnRplix  twle.'dally���������lufe. and 15k.  Leaving Comaplix and Thoin*.on'R Landing  for Arrowhead....twice dully���������TMAkanil 12.'Wc  Making cloio connections with all C. P. K.  Steamers and Train".  Thcowners reserve the right tochangc times  of sailings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co,, Limited  ALEX. McLEAN  & CO  Agents for the  Mason &Risch Piano  OTPICK AT  J. McLeod's Residence  SECOND  STREET,   EAST.  REV ELSTOKE, B.C.  IVE, AHD LEI LIVE!!  Please don't try and run us  out of town hy sending your  orders eust. "We must have  your work iu order to live.  NVe depend on you for our  work t K.istern . houses ' do  not 1 Do not allow yourself  to be roped in, by their peddlers We also guarantee  to give you > better satisfaction for your money.  ia. s. -wiijeorrsr,  Next the McCarty Block. .  Prompt dellrery of parcels, baggage, ete.'.  to any part of the city *   *  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  AU orders left at R. M. Smytht'i Tohaec*  tore, or by Telephone No. 7 will Mcei-re pro-apt  ttentrion.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BHS9SSS  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game ia Seuen....  All orden promptly fllled,  CoT3������231&-,SHYBHSORHl B&  V.J  %1  A,  il  I  ! *f  fl  n  /  ������*.1  **>Y.  .������#>������.������������������ *   ������������������ tefc������������������  aMMiaaUBiHBiBMMiiirielta *0  yw������-ft*������.������.������i������������.������.*M^  The Smelting Centre of the Similkameen Valley. Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by the following resources: Coal, gold, copper, silver and a fine agricultural country. Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a climate almost southern  and all that could be asked.  ASHNOLA. is owned and backed by the payroll of tho Similkamecn Valley Coal Company, Ltd.,  which is a guaranteo in itself of its success. The equipment and development of their coal mines, insi-alling  of water, electric light and power plants, are already 'arranged 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, Progress and Great Prosperity  Lots in Ashnola aro safe investments. In Blocks 1 to 4 and 13 to 20 the price will bo advanced 25c.  per month until May 1st, 1002, and to ten per cent, in the remaining blocks. The present price is from $50 to  $225,   Twenty-five per cunt, cash, three, six and nine months without iuterest.  Arrangements are already completed for Eight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  the company at Ashnola.   This work will be under full headway by May 1st.  Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be bought and were sold at 11 cents. Today they are  quote*.! at $80.00. With tho advent of transportation, Similkametm Vulley Coal can be delivered ut any  point in West Kootenay or Yale im cheaply as liy any other Company in Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.   NELSON, B. C.   WM^jW^jM^Wi*^^  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of  thc Lardeau  Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CIRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  "   Development.        .        .        .        . .-        . . ,.   .  Spi eh did: Waie  Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  G. B. BATHO,  Ferguson, B. G.  - - .Is the recognized*' organ for all the latest mining news of North  Kootenay,! Particular attention is paid to' securing early and reliable  intelligence*from the newly-discovered Free Milling Gold Camps on Fish  River andfrom the placer and quartz mines of the Big Bend and district,  =in-tho-iininodiate-aetivity-of���������Bevelstoke,-such-as���������Illecillewaet,���������Albort-  'Canyon, Jordan Pass and Isaac Creek. Next season will witness a big"  revival of "certainty throughout North Kootenay, and mining men and  others desirous of gainiiig the earliest and most authentic news from the  district will find' the columns of the HERALD their best source of  information. -^ .  Railway News is also a Specialty of the HERALD and articles of  special interest"to Railway men will also be found in its columns.  AS AN ADVfRTlSlfid MEDIUM  * THE HERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  and the class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in the district. - lt  appears twice to any other paper's once a week and is found in thc homes  of,the wage-earning classes, the,backbone of the business of thc district.  Businessmen want their announcements to reach the home people who  have the money to take advantage of their offers and thc homes and  families which render it necessary for thorn to spend it. No other class of  circulation is of any use to them. These are tho kind of people who make  up a big proportion of our Subscribers, people with homes, families,  employment and interests right at home, the people Revelstoke merchants want to get at. A space in our advertising columns, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every home in  Revelstoke, and in the Railway aiid Mining points, tributary to Revel-  ���������toke -business..  OUR JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT  Is the completest in the district for appliarces, material and  Craftsmen. Our work speaks for itself. No other office in North  Kootenay can-touch it, because we not only have the tools to do good ���������  work with, but we know how to use them. Call and see our Samples and  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.  Tbe Revelstoke ltald  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.S2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.!  Certificate of Improvements.  -3sroa?ioE  Morning Star, Wnlrus, Sea Lion and Bonanza  Minernl (Jlaim-i, si tunic in the .Lardeau Mining  Division of West Kootenav District. Where  located: On McnhenicK' Creek, near fish  Kiver. -  TAKE NOTICE thnt I, F. C. Green, actins as  BRent for Angus .MoKav, F. M. C. B 32005, and  J. B. McKenzie, Free M'ner's Certilicate No.  B SWrS, intend, sixtyilavslrom tlie date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Keeorder Ior .. ertiiicates  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Orantsof tlicabove claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before t:.e  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this flrst day of March, 1002, A.D.  F. C. GREEN,'  per F. S. C.  : *q -'*.. --.���������. -.-   -    .,*-  - Nelson, B C   Certificate" of Improvements.  UOTIOE  Centre Star and Evening Star 'Mineral  Claims, situate in the Lardeau Mining Division  ol West Kootenay District. Where located :  On .Menhenick creek, near Fish Kiver. |  TAKE NOTICE that T, F. C. Green, icting as  apent for J. B. McKenzie, Free Miner's Certilicate No. B 3*2025, intend, sixtv davs from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  or Certificates of Improvements, Ior the purpose ol obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims. .  .*nd further take notice thai action, under  section 37. must be  commenced   before   thc  ibsuanec ol such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this firstday of March. 1002, A. D.  I". C. GRE-.N.  per K. S. C,  Nelson, B. C.  Certificate of Improvements.  UOTIOE  3STOTIOE  NOTICE���������That sixty days alter dale I Intend  lo apply to Ihu Chief ComiLilsslniiL-r of  Lands mill Works for permission to puntliiise  320acres ot Inn.I slluatoon tliu Northeast Arm  of Arrow Lake, In the District, ol West Kooiu-  uay H.C., and describud as follows:  Commencing from S.W. corner ol Lot 1111,  thenco Norlh iiHtroiiomlcal 20 chains; Umncu  West80 clmins; thence South 110 chains approximately; thence 120H chains Nortli-  Kuslcrlv to point of commencement.  FIIED. UOMS'SON'.  lcb.'5-tf C. K.SkBNE, Age  t.  Red Fox and Ridge Mineral Claims, situate  in the Lardeau Mining Division of West Kootenav District. Where located : On Menhenick  Creek near Fish River.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, F. C Green, acting as  agent for Anirus McKav. Free Miner's Certificate No. B."2005. intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for Certificate*: of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of .the above  claims. .  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance ol such Certificates of Improvements,  Doted this first day of March, 1902, A. D.  F.C.GREEN,  per F. S. C*,  Nelson, B. C.  TSTOTXCSXil.  TAKE NOTICE Unit sixty days afier dato I  Intend lo apply to the Chief Cnininisslnuer  ol Lands nnd Works for x'ormlsslon to pur  chose a pnrcol of land described as follows:  Commencing at a post marked Alice Terry's  No. 1 l'ost; thenco west 20 chains; thencu  Norlh <10chains; tliencoEast 20clialns; thencu  South 40 chains to point of commencement.  This fraction of land commences North ol It.  F. l'errj's pre-emption following McKen/.ic's  North-west Liuu,   uontiiiuliig about 80 acres,  more or less  Goldfields. Nov. 27,1001  ALICE WSUHY.  Decl-lnr  JSTOTIOE  N  OTICE Is hcrebv given that 30 davs after  dnlo I Intend io apply to the Chief Com-  _..ls*)lonerof Lands and works for purmis.slou  to uiitaml carry uuny Umber from the following described land*.:���������Commencing at a post  at lhe south-east oornor of linger F. Terry's  pru-eniptlon, marked "Soutliemt corner of  limber limit applied for liy F. .1. Goldsmith";  thencu west lu chains; thence north Kiu chalus;  Ihi'iico east HI (Julius to Fish Creek; thence  lollowiug iliuniuaiulerliiKS of Fish Creek llio  chains to point at commencement; containing  CIO acres, moro or less,  V. J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomson's Landing, October 10th, l'JOl.  XiTOTXCrXH.  TAKE NOTICE that ISO days after date 1  intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of  Lauds nud \\ orlts for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing al a post marked "F.. McAdami'  I o. 1 Tost," situate close to thc old line of  11111 & llrautford's pre-emption, Fish Creek,  thence north -10 chains, thence west 20 chains,  tlicnce south *10 chains, tlicnce cast 20 chains  to point of commencement.  Goldfields, Jan. ISth. 1902.  E. McAdam.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that 00 days after dato I  Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from tho following described lands:; -.*;:'���������  Commencing at a post marked PogcrF.  Terry's southeast corner post si mate about 200  feet from Scott Creek, thence west 40 chains;  thence north ICO chains; llience cast >I0 chains;  thencesouth 1C0chains, to thc place of commencement; containing 010 acres.  ROGER F. PERRY.  Goldfields, B. 0��������� Oct. 17i.h, 1901.      Nov. G-tf.  NOTICE  IN THE COliNTY  COURT  OF  KOOTENAY,  HOLDEN AT REVELSTOKE.  Between:���������  Robert Caley, of Revelstoke, B.C., plaintiff.  and  N: Haskell, of Revelstoke defendant.  To N. Haskell the above, named'delendant:���������  TAKE NOTICE that a default summons and  plaint have been issued out of this Court  against you iu an action against you by Robert  Calov, of Kevelstoke, B.C., to recover the sum  of flOOO for board and lodging furished to  you by the above named plaintiff, and that In  pursuance of an order of His Hon." J. a; Forin,  -Judge of this Court, you are required within  14 days from the publication of this notice in  the Kkvklstoke Herald, newspaper, to file your  dispute note, if anv, with the Registrar of this  Court at Kevelstoke, otherwise judgment will  be entered agninstyou.  Dated this 6th March, "> .D., 1902.  FKED. FRASER,  . .  Registrar of the Jounty Court.  NOTICE,  Engineers. Firemen, Machinists and  Electricians send for 40 page pamphlet  containing questions asked by Ex  amining Board of Engineers to obtain  Engineers license. Address Geo, A.  Zeller, Pnblisher, 18 S. 4th St.. St.  Louis. Mo., U.S.A.  3STOTIOE  NOTICE IS HEREBx GIVEN that 30 days  after date, I intend to make application to the  Honorable the Chiel Commissioner ol Lands  and Works for a special licence to fell and  carry away timber from thc following described lands:  No. 1.  Commencing at a post planted about 50  chains north of SI. Leon Hot Springs ou tho  Arrow Lakes awd marked J. T. south ^\ est corner, thence east 160 chains; thence north 40  chains ; thence west 1C0 chains ; tlicnce south  40 chain*, to place of commencement.  No. l7'  -.-Commencing at a.post planted about 3_uii!es  south from the mouth of Deep creek at Galena  Bay, Arrow Lakes, marked J. T. and being  about 0 chains cast of T.H.D.'s south wet corner post: thence west80 chains ; thence south  SO chains ; tlicnce cast 80 chains ; thence north  80 chains to place of commencement.  Nelson, B. C March 3rd. 1902.  JAMES A. TAYLOR,   Arrowhcnd,  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  S'.TCATE IN THE REVhLSTO E MINING  Division of V est Kootenay Dlstriet.  Where Located: On Kevstone Mountain,  Big Bend, near Downie Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Geo. S. MeCarter  acting as agent for J D. Graham, Free Miner's  Certificate No. D. 3724 and for Vi. H. Vickers,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 60821. intend CO  davs from the date hereof to applv to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of "Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown  urants of the above claims.  A/DJURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action  under Section 37, must be commenced before  ihe issuai.ee of such Certificate of Improvements.  <��������� I2*.,.?d.this 10**h d&y ol February. A.D. 1902.  F������bl2-U Dm. S. MoCartor.  TAKE NOTICE that CO days after date I  intend to apply to thc Chief Coinmissioner of  Lauds and Works for permission to purchase a  piece ol land described as follows :  Commencing at a post marked F. J. Goldsmith's No. 1 post, thence south 40 chains ;  theuce en**t 10 chains ; thence norlh 40 chains;  thence west 40 ffhains. to point of commencement���������1110 acres more or less. This land was  staked by . 1. 11. McKen/.ie last .lune. lias a  purchase No. 1 po^t about 100 feet from Goldfinch trail and about 'it'll leel up hill, the eait  line following I'.ish liner.  Located Februarv 20, 1002.  .-   - "      T..I. GOLDSMITH,  Goldiields. R. C.  1TOTICE  Certificate of Impveroments.  Butte. Silver Bow and Black Diamond  Mineral Claims, s timte in the Lardeau Mining  Division of West  -ootenay District.  Where Located: Near the Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.  TA--.E NOTICE that I,* A. T. Cummins, as  Agent for the Double Eagle Mining and Development Company, Limited, of Ferguson,  B.C, tree Miner's Certificate No. 31,881,  intend, sixty days from the dale hereoi,* to  apply to the Mining Pccorder for a Certilicate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant ol the above claim.  And iiirthcr Take ;%otice that action, nude  Section 37,   must   be' commenced  before the  lssbance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this twenty-third day of January, A.D.  1902..  A. T. CUMMINS, T.L.S.  Feb. 5���������tf  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The   choice  land   north   of  track,     a  between Tapping's and Long's/will  be  subdivided for sale as  soon as  possible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. O.  T. O.Box, 425.  ���������14''irt*'l'*'l^*****I.*l.*i.**4.*******  5 PELLEW-HARVEY, f  BRYANT & QiLMAN $  Mining- Engineers  ancl Assayers,  VANCOUVER, It.C.   ' Established 1890  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  .   UNDERTAKEN.  Tests made up to 2,000lbs.  A specially made ol checking Smelter  Tulps..  Samples from tho Interior by mail or  express promptly attended lo.  Correspondence solleitml.*  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.  &&=������ UNION <^s������T  Cigar  Factory  |������  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop  )xWi)i1Mfc(fB  '"   Brands:  OUR   8PECIAL  and  THE   UNION  ALL   GOODS   UNION   MADE  Wright Porritt  "Regrets thai he is unable  through illposs to be pres-  ent nt hia Studio anil attend to business us usual.  JIo hopes, however, to be  uble to re-open the Studio  shortly and will announce  thc date in this space.  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  London3C& Lancashire Life',  The Children's . Endowment,  and ten payment bond policies,  etc.  -Most parents 'are-willing to  Rive their boys a start in liie  by taking an endowment made  payable at age 30, paying the*  premium until the.boy .is 'able  to carry it himself,  " GEO. D. SCOTT.  Manager for B.C.���������Northwest.���������Yukon  ��������� Vancouver, B. C.  Express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.'  Lawrence's .- will. be promptly  attended to.  H. Cook.  I If A!  .PROMPTLY SECURED!  Write for our interesting books " Invent-!  or s Help" and " How you ore swindled.".  Send us a rough sketch or model of your in-j  vention orimnroveincnt and we-will tell you!  free our opinion as lo whether it is probably.  gatentablc. Rejected applications have of teii,  een successfully prosecuted by us. Wc  conduct fully equipped offices in Montreal,  and Washington ; thisqualificsusto promptly dispatch wc'* ������n������i -....--i-i.. ������ -���������_._.r._  as broad as the  furnished.  . Patents procured tlirough Marlon & Marion receive special notice without charge in  over ioo newspapers distributed throughout  the Dominion.  '   Specialty:���������Patent business of  Manufacturers and Bngineers. ,  MARION & MARION  ;    Patent Exports and Solioitora.   j  J Offices:   {   %SJ!.f/__i"������KW>. nootre.1^  New York Life B'ld'ir, non treal}  _>AttanticBI<]g,Washington Dxl(  Order Your  Printing  from the  HERALD  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  si   ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  FUTURE C.P.R.  TERMINAL  Sydney, C-ipe Breton, Will in a  Few Years Become the Most  Important Harbor on the Atlantic Seaboard of Canada.  A .well ilevi'lopud rumor is going  through the press cf the E*st to tho  effect that the Canadian Pacific railway is hack of a deal to secure control of the Dominion Iron & Steel anil  Dominion Coal Company at Sydney,  C.B. The rumor ia denied by  Piesideiit Shaughnessy, but the  possibility of the great tvatiseontir.en-  t.il corporal ion getting control of these  two companion ia considered not at all  improbable in some circles. It is  pointed out, snys the Toronto World,  that with the Intercolonial in its  possession or control, connecting with  the coal mines aud steel works of  Svdney, the road would practically  control tha coal fields of Canada. As  to the steel plant it is quite within tha  possibilities of the near future that  they may reuqii'Q to manufacture their  own steel. OE the 820,000,000 worth of  new stock to be issued, $10,000,000  alone will be expended by the two  engineering departments on bridges,  rails, locomotives and cars and tha  manufacture of its own stael, it is  pointed out,', would maan a saving of  hundreds of thousands a year.  While the acquisition, of tha steel  and coal companies by tha C. P. R. is  more or less speculative, there is no  doubt that the company has made  Sydney one of its' objective points on  the Atlantic coast. Sydney will,  within a few years, become the most  important seaport of the Maritime  province. Its geographical position in  regard to Europe is much superior to  that of Halifax and St. John. - It is 400  miles nearer Europe than.Halifax and  it is at the same time but little off the  direct route, between Great Britain  and Quebec. Its immense-deposit* of  coal further increase the Importance  of Sydney as an Atlantic seaport.  There is no doubt the C. P. R. has in  view the establishment of a fast  Atlantic service. It may therefore be  accepted as a fact that the C.P.R. will  before long announce its plans for a  really fust Atlantic service. Sydney  will be the point of arrival and departure for those who' wish to make a  rapid passage, while others, .will  embark and disembark at .Quebec.  Once the C.P.R goes into the steamship business on the Atlantic it will  not stop ut fast passenger boats, but  will take a hand in the freight business  part of which it would naturally control through - its immense railway  system. If the C. P. R. were to adopt  r���������:.*���������-" S"** i*,Miium������������iisio prompt-/   the consolidation idea as it  has   been  ly dispatch work and quickly secuie Patents)   "*""* "������'t"inventiou-Highestreferencesr ������*?veIoped-in~tlie~T7iIifed���������States���������it^  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  would not stop at adding an Atlantic  steamship service. The acquisition of  the Sydney plants' would be right in  line with the Morgan idea of doing  things. The New York Commercial  seems to think the rumor"has a good  basis behind it.. It says:  "The reports; which assert very pos-  itively an authoritative source, ara not  yot confirmed, but   the  delay   of   tho  Ottawa eoTernment   in  itartinjr tbe  much talked of fast Al lai.tic steamship  S������jj*yice corresponds suggestively with  tHe"known ambition of the Canadian  Pacific to do so if the Sydney interests  can be acquired.    The steady growth  of   this   railway   company", and    iit  increasing control of subsidiary lines  would receive an immense impetus by  the  purchase    of    properties    xvhich  would give it all   necessary  fuel   and  innteri.il   for   manufacturing   steamships    and    locomotives;    while  its  intended purchase of the government's  Intercolonial   railway   considered,   in  connection    with   the   proposed   fast  Atlantic line and the line it operates  '���������etween British Columbia and China,  ���������vould  give  it great importance as an  international  agency   of   transportation.   The acquisition of tha sttel and  ���������oal   industries   at   Sydnay   would  Ilustrate in Canadian exparience the  tamiency of our own railways to Rain  control   of fuel  and  manufacturing  "applies."-!*. C. Trate Budgot, MISTAKES    I  May ho made in wearing  Chest Protectors  But yonr greatest mistake will  bo iii-iik* in not wearing one.  They am n great preventative  of cold and * nobody should bo  without one whon they can  got llii'in so cheap nt the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.'Y.  AU Sizes nud Prices.  S-je Ilium in our window.  NOTES OF  NEWS  Services in the Roman Catholic  church tomorrow will he at S and 0 n.  ni. aiid 7.SO p. in.  Fresh lettuce, radishes and tomatoes  today al C. B. Hume & Co.'s.  The Talent, society of St. Peter's  church will hold a meeting iu tho  vicarage at 4 p.m. on Monday.  li yon want a nico Easter neck tie  give us a call. A nice line now open.  C. B. Hume k Co.  Mis. Gibbon, of Port Moody, and  Mrs. Diamond, uf Comaplix, are  visiting Mrs. S. Smith this week.*  We are now opening a nice line of  Christy's hard.hats, latest styles. C. B.  Hume & Co.  The annual vestry meeting of St.  Peter's church is fixed for Easter  Monday at 8 p.m. in the church.  ���������Boots and shoes���������a full line���������good  stock���������at Reid & Young's.  The regular foitnightly meeting of  the city council will be held tonight at  the usual hour.  ���������The largest assortment of lace  curtains in the city. All new goods  imported direct from the manufacturers at Reid& Young's.  Yesterday being Good Friday services were held both morning and  evening in the English and Roman  Catholic churches.  ���������Chennilo curtains, chennile and  damask table covers.   Reid & Young's  WANTED���������A first-class Barber; none  but first-class man need apply. J.  Morgan.  A full rehersal of "Esther" will be  held at the residence of Mrs. Downs,  2nd St., on Monday at 8 o'clock, p. m.  Members uf the orchestra will please  attend.  ���������Patronize Home Societies and go  to the Concert and Dance on April  2nd.  Tomorrow evening, the 30th inst..  Rev. W.C. Calder will complete his  series of sermons for this season oh  the Reformation 'with "Ireland and  tlie Reformation."  Lost���������a bunch of keys, finder will  please leave same at Herald office  and oblige owner.  There will be evensong tonight in  St. Peter's church at 7.30, followed by  choir practice, at wnich a full attendance of the choir is particularly  requested.  ���������Children's Straw Hats at Ueid k  Young's.  Air. and Mrs. J. Kernaghan and  family left yesterday for Salmon Arm,  where .Mr. JCernaghan has acquired a  farm. He will, however,* continue to  keep up his contractor's business in  Revelstoke,  ���������Reid & Young are sole agents for  the celebrated P.&D. French corset.  Mrs. Geo. Woodley and her  daughter Lottie are leaving shortly  for an extended visit to Revelstoke,  where it is hoped the change will  banefiit Miss Lottie's health which has  been   poor this  winter.���������Golden  Era.  ���������Pi'.ijh e_?'jat A.X. Smith's  *-^i_rs-.ii^-r-t_j___  "NAME ON  EVEBY  PIECE.'*  Chocolates  We have lately imported  the choicest varieties of  thc above in bulk, and  are selling at  *>--'  75c. per M.  Highest  Award  at the World's Fair.  Beg to call your attention to the fact that  they have just received and opened up.a  splendid shipment of  ew Dry Goods  This shipment is imported direct from Scotland. We have saved the middleman's  profit and wish to give you the benefit of it.  Not only are the prices more reasonable, but  the goods are better.  These New Spring Goods consist of  Dress Goods, Silks, Muslins, Satins,  Organdies, Pique, Veilings, Duck, etc.  We invite you to come in and inspect  them.  -<gt  -������___>  -o  G-ZEIL-TIEIEL.A-IL.   HO.ETlttA.N'XS.  CALL AND   INSPECT   THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  ^The "  99  !___*___-  ass*���������  Don' forget that we carry  Empress Shoe for Ladies.  the  Shoe  reliable  Red Cross  ������        - Drugstore  '" M rTMackeiizieTof~Kevelstoke".J who  had the contract for painting the new  bank building, was in town this week  giving the roof its finishing coat as he  was unable to fiaish it last fall owing  to unfavorable  weathsr.���������Golden Era.  ���������Ladies' Straw Sailor Hats at  Reid  k Young's.  The fuuaral of John Dunsmore, who  died on the 25th inst., took place on  Wednesday last. The members of L.  O.L. 1G3S took charge of the last rites.  Rev. C. Ladner, pastor of the Methodist church, preaching the sermon.  The pall bearers ware all members of  the Orange lodge and the funaral was  attended by a large number of members of the order and friends  nnd   acquaintances   of   the deceased.  ���������Men's new hats for Eiister. All  the latest styles at Reid k Young's.  Thos. Mi-Naught, the enterprising  manager of tbe Halcyon Hot Springs  nanitiiriuin. gives notice that the  adjourned meeting to form a Pres*  Institute for British Columbia will be  held at Halcyon on April l*ith, wilh  meetings at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. The  meeting, will be intended by J. J.  Young, of Calgary, ex-president, and  .T.C. Croino, of Winnipeg, chairman of  t.he executive of the Western Canada  Press Association.  The funeral of Laura Hobbs, the  eight lyear old daughter of Mr. and  Airs. George Hobbs, who died last  Wednesday night of pneumonia, took  place nt the Presbyterian church  yesterday afternoon and was attended  by a large number cf C. P. II. officials  iind fellow employes of Mr. Hobbs in  the repair shops. The service was  conducted hy Rev. W. C. Calder, the  pastor of the church. The juvenilis  choir of the church renderod several  hymns. The greatest sympathy i������  felt with the bereaved family in their  affliction throughout the whole  Coiiimniiity.  The Herald is glad to bee that Air.  Dan Robinson is sufficiently recovered  to be around again.  ���������A few very choice blouse lengths  at the Madison Parlors.  Miss Smith, Miss Fraser and Aliss  Dent left yesterday morning to  attend the teacher's convention at*  Nelson.  ���������Just opened up a full range of  hoy s, youth's and children's ready to  wear clothing at Reid & Young's.  The ball to be given under the  auspices of the I. O. O. F. in Selkirk  hall is not a dress affair and everybody  who attends will be made welcome.  ���������Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  Capt. Taylor once again gives notice  those, who wish to keep out of the  police court must hand over any  arms, equipment or uniform belonging  to .Co. 5, R.'AI. R., which they may  have in their possession:  ���������Don't make any appointments for  April 2nd. . The Cosgrove orchestra  are coming here that night and will  give a concert and 3 hour dance,  under the auspices ofthe Irish Social  and Benevolent Society . which  promises to be the treat of the season.  .���������See the $0 men's ready to wear  suits at Reid & Young's.  It is tha intention to have some  cricket this summer and a meeting of  cricketers will be called in the near  future to go into the mutter. The  Sons of England have an eleven, which  is anxious to try conclusions with any  other team, which likes to come  along.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. N.   Smith's.  There was a joint meeting of tha  city council and school trustees held  on Wednesday night with II. Floyd in  the chair, at which the school finances  were discussed, bul no definite  couclusion could be arrived at until it  is known whether the school district  is to receive any addition trom the  government to the grant of S8.000 for  building the new school.  S.C.W. Leghorn eggs from prize  stock, $1X3 per sitting. Apply to Mrs.  R. Tapping. _  I. O. O. F. Ball.  Come and have a good time on  April the first at thc.Oddfellows'. Ball,  in'Selkirk Hall. Tickets S2. Ladies  free. Tickets to be had at the different  stores.    J. Mathie, Secretary.  g��������� We have  a   large shipment of  In aid  &��������� Linoleum and Floor Cloths just in.  g^ All kinds of Rubbers and Rubber Boots.  **- A complete line of Gent's Furnishings.  i TAYLOR & GEORGE    ^  2^ MACKENZIE AVENUE.  j&TJ. - Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly. Attended  @������&������&&������&������������&������ &$������������������&������&&������������������&  su an  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  at cost in order to make room for  another large car of Furniture, which  will be here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrungo to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE  of all  kinds  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  ^?mfm?wwwww?wmmmw?ww?i  THE  NORTHERN  ASSURANCE   CO.  :Fi:Ea:E!ii  OF LONDON, ENGLAND.)  THE EQIITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY  OIE1  TH-EJ  TTZSTITIED   STATES.  CAPITAL AND, FUNDS.' $38,365,000.  REVENUE     5,714,000.  DOMINION DEPOSIT        211,700.  lA-Q-ZEUST'T'S  SIBBALD & FIELD,     -  Revelstoke, B. C.  zg  7'iiUUiMUiiiiMiiUUiiiiiMiiiUUUiiiiti^  Piano Tunning.  L. S. Otis, piano tuner for Mason k  Rich Piano Co., will visit Revelstoke*  shortly. Any one wishing work dona'  by a reliable man can leave thoir order  with J. McLeod., Second street.  Mason k Rich Co.  . The Gun Club.  The gun club held its first practice  shoot yesterday, with the following  score:  Taylor 14. Macdonell "13, McRae 13,  Skene 12, Upper 11, Brown 9, Phipps 8.  Outstanding Assurance Dec. 31, 1001..$ i;i70,270,725 00  " New Assurance Issued in 1001  215,912:087 00'  Income..:.: :  "' -6*1,374,(805 04  Assets. Dec. 31, 1001  331,0M>,720 34  Assurance Fund and all other liabilities 239,910,078 28  Surplus  .     71,120,04206  , Paid Policyholders in 1001  27,711,021 42 '  JAMES W. ALEXANDER,  JAMES H. HYDE,  President.  Vice-President.  ctO'.'jMr  AGAINST  COLD  Lots of things in stock to pre  vent colds and to cure them.  Some to take beforo thc illness  gets a firm grip, some to relieve  the suffering when in the toil**!  and some to restore thc patient  to normal health.  OUR DRUGS  AND MEDICINES  Arc in excellent condition and  everything is fresh and reliable  No old and impotent thing in  thin*., slock.; No high prices  'either. '' a   ' '  SENECA COUCH SYRUP  Our Specially.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  :  Brmvn Block. Telephone *8.  Cosgrove's Orchestra.  The Maccabees of Tower, Minn,,  were delighted with the entertainment  given there by Cosgrove's orchestra  last September and gave Mr. Cosgrove  the following flattering, testimony  Tower, Minn,, Sept 20, 1901*  The Cosgrove orchestra gave one of  their high class concerts and balls here  last evening under the auspices of the  thelocal-lodge-of-^-Maccabees.-which-  was very much appreciated. The  solo* were very fine and Master Jas.  Maraell carried away the hearts of the  ladies with his beautiful singing.  Messrs, Suttler and McLasky were  loudly applauded in their musical  novelty numbers. AVe highly reccom-  mend Cosgrove's orchestra.  This is the orchestra which isbookod  to give a concert and ball here on  April 2nd in the opera house, under  the auspices'of the Irish Social and  Benevolent.Society.  More  Smelters.  Joseph Ryan, who is interested with  C. XV. McCrossiiian and others in the  erection of smelters for silver-lead and  copper throughout British Columbia,  is now in Kaslo with the view of considering the advisability of the election of a f*meltf*r somewhere in thut  neighborhood. In thc course of an  interview Mr. Ryan stated that he  could say nothing definite except that  the subject would receive the '.'iirnest  censidenttion of himself and of those**  whom he represented. It is, however,  understood, tbat Mr. Ryan represents  capital, and that if the matter can be  placed on a business basis tliu "net-f-b-  pary" will be ready.  Insurance Forbidden.  Ottawa, March 28.���������The application  of the Brotherhood of Kuilwa y Trackmen of America, of which John T.  Wilson, of St. Louis, Mo., is president,  for permission to carry on nn insurance  business in Canada for tho btmeflt of  its members, has been refused by the  Dominion government. The principal  masons are that the department in not  satisfied that the calling of l mckmen  is sufficiently dangerous to prevent  trackmen from obtaining insurance at  reasonable rates from ordinary  companies; that the rates are too loW;  that special assessments are levied,  and that insurance money has been  used to pay the expenses of ulrikct.  Tomorrow's Services  Tomorrow being Easter day the  services iu r the churches will be of  a more than usually festal nature.  Special music has been prepared;by  tha choir of the Romafi Catholic  church with which to celebrate this  great festival, -'  The hours of services tomorrow in  St. Peter's will be 8 and,ll and 7.30 jp.  ni. The following is the service list,  morning and.evening:  Morning Prayer and Holy   Communion���������  "Processional 134.  Responses, Tallis 'Festal.  Anthem, Humphrey's Grand Chant,  "s=l>sa.lihVas"aet7"'=^"=_:=       "   ~~'       ^^  H. ALLENBERQ, Spokane,  F.B. LEWIS,  Manager.  District Agent  To Deum Oakley's Quadruple,  Introit, Hymn 120.  Kyrie, Tallis in F.  Offertory. Hymn 310.  Sanctus, Brown in B flat.  Communion, Hymn 32*1.  Gloria inExcelsis, Blackburn in F.  Recessional     Psalm     150.       Grand  Chant.  Evensong���������  Processional 131.  Responses, Tallis'Festal.  Psalms, as set.  Magnificat Turle in G.  Nunc Dimittis' Turner in D.  Hymns 131,133, 123.  Recessional, Hymn 499.  FALL AND WINTER SUITES  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  very elaborate variety of Pall and  Winter   Suitings and   you'll   find ���������  ���������wo.rkmen who are competent to make up any of thes ���������'  Suitings exactlyTo your likin^'TWe^q^otn^mploy  cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods that  could  possibly depreciate pur excellent reputation. '���������' We can- ,  not compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when  '  price is the sole consideration, but when style and fit.-  and wear are duly considered, we can .and do compete  with all ready-made goods, and all other tailors.     - .  .  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  IB.  The  Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.  An   Old Superstition Sustained.  A curious example of facts coinciding   with a superstition has^evelopcd  at Extension.     A single man named  James Brown, who was living alone in  his   cabin,   had   been    disturbed   for  aliout a week by a dog howling at  night.     The    matter   became   a jest  among his companions,  who assured  hirn   that   this    was   a   sign    of   his  impending decease.   Brown   kept   up  the joke and  verbally beo,iienthed bin  vations posessions to his friends in the  camp,   telling  one  be  could   have his  razors,   another   that he could   have  his   clock and   so on.    Up to Sunday  night Brown was apparently in  the  best  of   health,   but on retiring then  complained of being ft little siok.    He  wns found  dea(J  in  the bed the next  morning, and so far no causa of death  has been assigned.   The deceased was  a man of thirty years of age.    Ho had  no relatives in this country. A brother  of his, he always maintained was the  ilrst man to fall on the British aide in  the Boer war.  9t  The largost stock of the latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS,   RINGS,   SILVER WARE,   CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  mk  My many years' experience enables me to buy  goods   at the  right prices,  enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  rY  J.  Q-TJ-ST  BAUBBB.  WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  !������    Real Estate  O. P. R. TOWNSITK.  MARA TOWNSITK.  GERRABD TOWNSITE.  CAMBORNE TOWNSITE,  i Canada Permanent It Western  FI N A N PI A L- .       Canada Mortgage Corporation.  1 ll*in.U*^lili/   l Bqojtabie savings Loan and Building Association.  Insurance  COAL FOR SALE.  TO LET  ROOM TO LKTin private ;  thlaofllcc.  amily.    Apply at  '    Mar. ao-tl.  J. D.  fimperlaflFIre.      Caledonian Flre.   Atlas Fire.  I Canadian Flre.   Mercantile Flre.    Northern Flre.  -J Guardian Flre.   Manchester Fire.   Graat West Life.  I Ocean, Accident and Guarantee.   Confederation Life  = ^Canadian Aceident Assurance Co.  Connecticut Flre  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  SIBBALD, Notary Public.  REVELSTOKE. B  0  *?  *������  **1  a  ���������-*r'*??*B*������f''^

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