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 Vol    V. No    112  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY,   FEBRUARY 26, 190H  $2 OO a  Year in Advance  Come and See  100������  Boots and Shoes  Men's, Ladies'and Children's,  . now selling at actual COST.  NO OLD STOCK.  These goods were all purchased  last season. %  SHIRTS  SHIRTS  Save 40 .per cent and buy your  Shirts-how.  Weare offering a splendid line  of.W. G. &.R. and White  Shirts_,at,j;he.. above big discount. All goods are of the  Latest Style and Pattern.  HATS  Our bargains  in  Hats are  in  keeping with above discounts.  The stock includes:  FEDORAS  (RUSH and.  SIlFMAffr  NECK WEAR  We have a Beautiful Line in  Goods at away down figures.  BY BUYING AT  THE PRESENT TIME  YOU WILL SAVE  BIG MONEY, AS  THE STOCK MUST  BE CLEARED BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  The new C. P. K. shops in Monlieal  will co*t ,$1,500,000.  During the past year IU passengers  nnd 118 employes were killed on Canadian railways.  D. Little, C.I'.K. cngineei'.Kiimlonps,  came up from the smith last nifjlit  wilh one of the old standard engines  wliieh lie is taking through lo the  Vancouver shops,  What we may characterize���������to use  IV vary mild term���������as 'mi unpleasant  episode, occurred in Montreal on Wednesday lust, uncording loom*dispatcher  of yesterday. At a meeting of the  Filmed Board of Trade a resolution  was passed calling upon the Govern  ment to refuse the demand of the  X'oronto Imperial League that Canada  should meet the full expenditure.  The C. P. R. has decided to enlarge  the Banff hotel hy huilding an annex  large enough for ahoul 100 rooms. The  plans are now ready and tenders will  be advertised for in the near future.  The cost will probably exceed $100,000  without fittings and the new annex  will he fitted up in a style even more  sumptuous than the original' building.  This step has been rendered necessary  by the increasing popularity of this  tn mons summer resort.���������McLeod  Gazette.  Lome Orr. C. P. Tl. brakeman, of  Calgary and Miss Mae Turnbull, of  Field, were quietly married in Calgarv  last week and on their arrival in Field  were given a reception hy the Field  musical (?) society, whose efforts run  the Golden Chinese hand a cl' ������_>  second. "Lornie" took their attentions  in good part and a pleasant evening's  fun followed, Mr. and Mrs. Orr have  returned to Calgary.���������Golden Era.  There are 18,291 miles of railway in  Canada; The paid up capital is S'l.OSl,-  801; 5.")8. Last year the gross earnings  amounted to !j>7S,(S67;030. and the working expenses $."i3.S03.SS0, leaving net  earnings of $2*1.000,000. The federal  government, prior and since Confederation, have spent on railways $131,-  55S.977, in addition to $25,000,000 given  in subsidies. The earnings of government-owned roads last year were  $."3,213,381. and working expenses,  $5,739,051, a loss on the year's operations of $520,070, hut $139,219 less of a  loss than during the previous year.  of filling had to he done. There was  not much rock work. These difficulties and the trouble experienced in  getting men capable of doing a good  day's work made the carrying out of  the contract expensive.  Mr. Carlson says the road will open  ono of the finest mining sections of  British Columbia. Considerable ore  will be shipped out of there this sen-  son, as development work in a number  of properties has heen in progress for  a long time.���������Nelson Miner.  Hard Times Social.  'lo the Editor of the Hkkalii:  .Sih: "Will you plca������e make the  following correction re notice of  '���������Hard Times Social'' held under the  auspices of Gold Kange So. 2(5 :  M rs. 11. Van Home was not awarded  the chatelaine on account of her  costume: the prize -was not awarded  as originally intended, owing to the  ladies not complying with the request,  hence, in order that the prize should  be awarded, slips of paper were  handed to every lady in the room and  Mrs. li. Van Uorne was the fortunate  receipt of tho one not a blank.' -*  Thanking you in anticipation, on  behalf of the committee. t .    .  ' -    *    -   XV. Bbxxejt.  Kevelstoke, 13. C, Feb. 25, 1902.  A Promising District Close At  Hand. Large Ore Bodies Of  High Grade Galena. The  Cleveland Group.  H. Donnelly has purchased a ranche  from M. Anderson and W. Mclntyro  at Salmon Arm. - -  - An effort is being made to" form a  joint stock company to take over the  Revelstoke Steam ��������� Laundry. With  sufficient capital a steam laundry in  this place should prove u paying  enterprise.  Says the Lardeau - Railway Will  be Finished in Six Weeks.���������  Advance in the Price of Lead  Brings Joy to the Slocan.  G. A. Carlson, of Kaslo, was in the  city yesterday and in speaking about  business in thu Slocan he sttid there  had heen a noticeable change lately  for the better and that hopes were  high of a more successful year than  lust. Each advance of a fraction of a  cent in the price of lend, he sairtr  brings comfort and joy lo thc people  of the Slocan.  In relation to the railway which i.*>  being extended into the Lardeau  country by the Canadian Pacilic aud  on which he and his associates have a  contract, he stated that 200 man arc  now at work and good progress is  being made. The train whicli used to  run into the end of where the track  has been laid for some 20 odd miles  has been abandoned on account of the  snow, and now the trip to where the  principal work is. in progress, wliich  is about 30 miles from the lake, is  madc in sleighs. The winter has  been a mild one and the men have  been able to make nearly full time  since the snow began to fall. Up to  October it was difficult to secure first-  class mon, hut since that time there  have been more men than could be  given employment. Thc bridges ai*e  nearly all finished and tliere still remains a mile of filling near the lake,  and two miles of filling near Tenderfoot, creek and some finishing touches  here and tliere. The road bhould be  completed in six weeks at the  furthest.  Mr. Carlson says the road was a  hard and expensive one to build. The  grubbing 'and clearing was costly as  the timber was heavy and as .there is  considerable low'ground a great flea}  William Jacks Death.,  William Jack, -i shoemaker of Band'  committed suicide last Friday by  shooting himself with a shotgun.  Mr. Jack has been a great sufferer for  years from heart trouble and it is  supposed that through despondency  over his long illness was tho cause of  the rash act. Ile leaves a widow and  two daughters, one of the daughters  resides in Toronto while the other is  with the mother at Cn.ff. .Mrs. Jack  is a sister of Mrs. .It. Tapping of this  city. Mr. Jack came, to Toronto from  Glasgow over thirty years ago and at  one time was a sergeant in the Toronto  Grendiers. He was a crack rifle shut  and'has many valuable trophies uli'i'li  he captured on the range while a  citizen of Toronto.  Enid Martin.  i  ��������� Enid Martin Conceit Co. arrived   in  the city this morning and are   at   Ihe  Revelstoke.    At Kamloops insl .night  the    company    received    a    splendid  reception from a huge audience.    The  doors open at   7   o'clock   tonight  and  the concert begins at   S  shai p.  ��������� And  judging fiom the.   number   ot   tickets  sold- their   is   sure    to    be    a    large  audience.  Al a distance   of   noi   over   twenty  miles   rrom   HevcUioku there   is   Ihe  making ol'one oT   lhe   best   camps  in  Noi-lh  Kooienay;   namely   lhu   Isaac  Creeii mining camp.     There has  been  little   reported   through   the   press in  regard to this di-sl riit owing i hielly  to  the   fact,   lh.it owneis of properties in  the camp have been   working   quietly  and indiii-triously towards the development     of     the     properties     without  altracling    any   attention,   knowing  that they have valuable ground and in  the very near future would tell its own  ������'.ory through thelaige   and   rich   ore  bodies that traverse the district.   Last  fall .the   lli_it..i_i_   made a visit to I In-  head waters of Sable Creek antl' within  a  few miles of th'e Tsaac Creek camp  ancl all through .his   travels   the   evi-  deuce of I,irge"oru bodies was "encoun-  teied right in' line   from   the   famous  Lardeau   and   Fish   River- camps  on  through Isaac Creek   to   the   valuable  discoveries   of   high  grade, ore of the.  Big Bend.    One of the chief groups of"  this   camp   is   the   Cleveland, group,  consisting   of   six     claims,     namely:  Bobby Burns, Highland Mary;" Cleveland, Lawrence,   Souter  .Tomine   and  Ohio.. This property is situate Ubout  six miles   from_.the-railway   and   is  reached by a first class puck trail,  and  is consequently very close   to   transportation.     Thero   a'i\!   s-uvernl   large  p.ii.iiloi 1 .-id.;_t-.f.gsl(;:-.:i_ running the  itV.I leii...l! or 'ihi*   i;i ,:;������������������-,   this  galena  giving .*..i!<*:k!i������ rotm-us in  gi,|.\ silver  and le id. . The. work   on   the, Bohby  Bm-iis claim, o:ie  of  the group,   consists of a tunnel ..22 feet  long,'" which  will   be continued - in   the Spring to  crosscut the large ore veins running  across   the   groups.     On * the   Souter  Jonine the tunnel is now in  aliout 35  feet and also in this claim  there are  two large open cuts in  the iron   capping,  . which * shows -up   some   good  looking galena and gives some idea of  the magnitude, of   the   oro   deposits;  There arc - on     the   claims   sufficient  water power and timber for all  purposes. Altogether, tho HlSi,'.VLi3  believes, that Isaac creek will dovelop  one of the best mining camps of the  Kootenay, and, lieing so close to this  city, it, will be of interest to our  citizens to watch tbe development of  this promising mining camp with a  great deal of carefulness, for Hovel-  stoke will nal in ally he the supply  point for miner**.' aud prospector.*, in  these fields.  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  Joe Martin Again Playing to the  Gallery.���������Extension Mine Has  Been Opened.��������� Big Storms  On the Coast.���������Other Wirings  Report of Hospital Committee.  The hospital committee appointed  by a public meeting of the citizens of  Ft'iguson (a committee representative  of Ihe Miner*.' Union and the business  men of Ferguson) met on Wednesday  last and discussed the question of a  hospital for Ferguson.  The petition whicli is being circulated by iho committee requesting  government aid is being widely signed,  and the committee decided to refrain  from taking any further -steps in the  matter until they heard from the  government.  The commit tee has the assurance of  the business men and Miners' Union  Unit a hospital in Ferguson .will be  an assured fact before snow flies next  season.���������liagle.  Grand Lodge Officers.  The session of the Grand* Lodge of  L.O.L., was brought to a" close- Thursday afternoon. The chief business  conducted .was the passing of a, resolution praying for the coronation oath  to be left intact,-and the'election of  tha following officers for the ensuing  year: Dr. T. XV. Jeffs,' Vancouver,  1-ight worshipful grand master; Bobt.  Bell, Kamloops, right ���������worshipful  deputy grand master; Ed. Adair,  Bevelstoke, right worshipful -junior  deputy grand master; Rev. J. lteid,  Victoria, honorable grand chaplain;  W. XV. Bradley, Nelson, grand secretary; Thomas Duke, - Vancouver,  grand treasurer; John- Walmsley,'  Vancouver, assistant grand* sec'y;  Robt. Fawcett, Vancouver, -��������� grand  lecturer; .Norman. Wood, Now -Westminster, master of ceremonies, The  next meeting of the grand lodge will  meet in Vancouver on the third  Tuesday in ' February, 1903.���������Nelson  Tribune.  -   ' '  | Rev. J. Calvert,left for tho". Quasi  last night. Mi-. Calvert will.return  again-and lecture through the Kootenay and' Alberta.'     '���������'''>    > >   .   '  ��������� II tllr-.'lir'T'B-m-fapc-.^-.T^ra^--, ;iW..M..ir ������^������  SJLXjID  FEBRUARY seems-to be JUNE in the Whitewear Section'these days.  Ihe idea-of Buying- Summer Underwear in thc Winter time at Winter Prices  lias caught on to a much-greater extent than ever before and the daily crowds  cm^l^g^diejmpj^ ���������-  appreciated.   .Advantages of .This Sale arc these-���������  GREATER ASSORTMENT. NEWEST STYLES.  " ' '      "WINTER PRICES.  isj  VinoitiA, Feb. :>.j.���������.McBride took  .Martin's seat in the House yesterday  as leader or the Opposition. Martin  resented this and while at pi-tyeis.  when Mc Bride stood up Martin slipped  into the seat but was pulled out bv  .Smith Curtis. Gilmour went lo the  assistance of Mr. Martin, Confusion  reigned for a time and most violent  language was used. The Martinites  claim it wa* an attempt to degrade  their leader. McBride said (hat no  insult was intended, lhu ������eat at the  head of the line was his as leader.  Mrs. Aiken  Dorway  died  at  West-  port, Out., at the age of 103 years.  . The Empire City race track, in New  i'ork, has been sold for $300,000.  A'lerrific southwest storm hit Frisco  yesterday, doing math damage. The  wind was blowing at the velocity of GO  miles an hour at-the'entrance to tha  harbor."      ,   ' '     "      "���������  ' Four iiien'lost their lives and a dozen  others were..injured in a fire which  destroyed, -.the boarding-house and  bunk houses ot the Standard mine it  Mace. Idaho.  Tiie Extension mine at Nanaimo, in  wh'n.h an explosion occurred last  September, reopened yesterday. Two  more.victims of the late disaster were  recovered. "   '  Stoim signals wore flying at Victoiia  all day yesterday. Storms are raging  in the straits and are expected to  strike the mainland at any moment.  Twenty thousand requests have been  made,to the  Ontario^ government for  forms for land grants by veterans for   -  fighting for their country.  Senator Templeman has been sworn  in as minister without portfolio* in the  Federal cabinet.  The Dominion alliance has presented  a petition to the government asking  that a Disallowance Act be passed by  the Manitoba legislature for holding a  referendum on the prohibition question. ....  A -dynamite explosion at the  American tunnel mine,near Waverley,  N. S.,, killed one man and . wrecked  several houses in that vicinity.  J. II.   Bljndin,   who  murdered  his  wife    near    Boston    last  June,   was  arrested   at   police    headquarters    in'  New York today, while applying for n  licence as engineer.  HAVE PLENTY   OF CAPITAL  it Prices Greatly deduced  CUT PRICES JN  ���������mi xtr ntiMNVitxM-fnff**.  Ladies9 Biouses and Wrappers  Commencing To-day, and throughout thc entire Month of February, wc  promise you a Big Bargain in anything youbtiv. All Winter Goods must go  this month.     It pays us to slaughter now.     It must surely pav you.  __BEX^B__*Bi_*a  Down They Go.  own They  Ladies' and Children's Stylish Jackets.  This Season's very Latest Styles and Shades��������� not a great many left, but what  we have must leave the premises before the Season is over. If you are thinking  of buying a Jacket. Now is your opportunity as every garment will be  slaughtered, or in other words be sold at about half thc value. "  MORS INTERESTING NEWS  FROM THE FUR SECTION  Broad choosing from these Dainty Fur Prices that Women and Girls love to  possess, Garments that carry comfort as well as elegance and style. These  specials for this month at 40 per cent, reduction on our regular close prices."  REID & TOUNG  Promptly  Solicited  The Northwestern Development  Syndicate, Limited, Are Preparing: Plans for An. Active  Season's Work In Fish Riven  A. F. Koscnherger,' of the Northwestern Development Syndicate, has  returned to Nelson from a very  successful hiibiness trip to the Eastern  States. He was accompanied hack hy  H. 'A. Brock, of Hancock, Mich., who  hau heen appointed managing director  of the syndicate. It is the intention  of the syndicate to push development,  work on the Camborne group at  Gnldlk-lds, l'ish Itiver,as soon as the  .season opens up as well a.s on valuable  pioperty whicli they own in Salmon  City, Idaho. "While ea������.t, Mr. Rosenberger -succeeded in- putting the  company on a .sound financial basis,  and it will be pleasing to the friends  and shareholders iu the Northwestern  Development Syndicate to know that  Mr. Rosenberger is remaining with  the company.  Sandon Bonspiel.  Sanijo.s-, Feh. 23���������The following is  the leport of the curling on Monday:  All Comers match.���������Sandon OS,  All comers 01. Rae 12, Grimmett,  Sandon. 12. II. A. Brown 11, Craw-  ford 0.  Grand  Challenge,��������� Rae   10,   Hodge,  Nelson, 4, li.   A.   Blown   13,   Turner.'  Nelson. 7.  Oliver Cup.���������A. M. Pinkham 18,  McLa.ighlan, Sandon, 8.  Fred Fraser, gold commissioner,  went south Monday morning on a  business trip.  C. B. Hume & Co. are calling for  tenders for the erection of a two  stony brick building on the corner of  McKenzie avenue and First street. ���������$& -:  Z7 n"���������n W!*ksw"ii ?r.  r.  I  1  ii.. ���������  I  K >  ���������**!  if <!  k  h  ^Dih\<s\t %tuU Mil I^Uwaa  pelt's |ouvnal  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journal published in tlio  interests ol the railway men. mining m-J",.11"^  business men of the West. Days of Publication  Weil uesday anrt Saturday.  ADVKKlIbINO   KATES.  Display ads.,*I.S0 per inch; shiglc noluinii,  J2 per inch when inserted on i IK j iirl  Leal ads., 10 cents per inch (noiipariel ne  .11* flr-,1 Insertion; 5 cents for each luldlno  iii-ertloii. Local noticci 10 cents per line e \<*li  l"*."u" Sirlli, Marriage and Death Nonces  free.  SL'BSCr.lI-TlOS   RATES.  liy mall or carrier, $2 per annum; ?l.'J"i Ior  Fix months, strictly ln advance.  OUR JOB I>l'.rAIlTMKNT.  (h  o'  i*ma  lo.  "dive"us"ii trial on yuuriiuxl order.  TO COKHESI'ONIIKNT.I.  Wc invite correspondency on "S'^j'V^'':'  r,f Inicrest to llie ceiieral public. In an ( ft*.i ������  Ueionitde name ol the 'writer nu.*-t accom-  J.any iiianu-iiTiiit, hill not iicccssmrll. ior  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager  NOTICE TO COIUtESrONnENTS.  1 ���������Ml correspondence must be legibly  written on one side oi thu paper only.  "���������Correspondence containing personal  inatleVmust be signed with the proper name  of the writer.  O   E. GROGAN. Editor.  Weijnesuay. Fehkuary 20,  1002.  A TRACKMAN'S TESTIMONY  "New Zealand has. had government  ownership of railroads since 1803.  That country now lias 2,212 miles of  railroads, with gross receipts therefrom of $8,088,180 and an annual profit  of $2,000,000. The employes work  eight hours a day, with ona daya week  and six other days a year free of duty.  They average more wages than do the  same class of working people in the  United States.  The annual profit to the government,  of New Zealand from the government  owned railroads, telegraphs, telephones and post offices are sufficient to  Seddion' (the   present    premier);    hi J  looks after our interest."  Here is another very naive touch:  "It, ia true, tlifro have been cast *-  where the old people have doedtd  their property to their children ii  order to receive thc pension granted  to the poor, but there are not. many,  for several old peoplo who have been  guilty of this fraud were forced by  their .children to live upon theii  pensions without any of the income of  the deeded property."  According to the Socialistic article.**  of religion there is no such thing as an  idle man in the colony. The ivritei  snys however:  "Then*, have boon a number of idle  men in Auckland this winter. Tin  government employment bureau h.i'  not been sending any men out for tin  last three or four months, as thei.  work of roiiwlruclion ���������=��������� fully up ���������'  llieir survey.''  lu the current issue it   is   the  nbnv.  writer'*, wile who takes up lb'' I"'" ���������'*'*1  she says lh.it conlr.iry  to  wlnit  "you  hear so much bark there in the United  States   about  the   cheapness  of    thriving in New   Zealand  * * *  we  have  been here (in Auckland) since M.-y ar.d  have found the  price  of   living much  higher than at   home."   Further on,  "it is easier to  buy a home,  nnd  thc  pay for  unskilled   labor   is generally  higher than at home; but skilled laboi  is not. so well paid.*    The writer wiml.-  up as follows:  '���������We do not like thc people here.  They are mostly ignorant, narrow-  minded and selfish���������the most unncigh*  borly people I ever met. Then  countenances show their mean  thoughts and the people look as if  angry all the time. They look as  though they had been eating greei.  persimmons and were mad about it.  The faces of the old are either quite  expressionless, or are drawn up like u  walnut.  The climate here is very much the  same as in Southern California, onlj  there is more rain. Flowers grow  most luxuriantly and are of very  brillant colors. This place should be  the Paradise of the world,   for   natun  "X.'JWUlillMmvn  "���������iIT'i FU'-'-Jim-W"1*"*' ' ' mala  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  The foundation should he laid hy baying Real Estate in the new Town of  Situate rig  ht at the Doors of all lhe Famous Fish Creen Gold Mines.  SOME FACTS:   ^",11  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to the mouth ol 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.  INVESTIGATE  AND YOU  WILL  BE  PREPARED TO TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  Some More Facts ^r^im  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wide West, Beatrice'and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties that will udveitise the Fish Creek  Camp, in B, C.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to the  Famous Eva, Imperial and Oyster Groups.  F. B. L  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  pay all the Federal taxes, though New-  Zealand is a sparsely populated has been most bountiful in_ every way.  country. One can rido thirty miles  for ten cents in Naw Zealand. Thuro  is not a millionaire in that country.  Two-thirds,of its countries have no  I>oor-houses or paupers. A general  eight hour work day, a weekly half  holiday and six full holdidays, with  wages, are all in force in New Zealand."  And so forth and so on. The above  is a clipping from a recent issue of the  Voice but it is the kind of thing which  has bobbed up serenely any old time  in almost any newspaper one picked  up during the past two or three years.  The statements contained in it are an  article of faith with the entire Labor  and Socialist press of the continent  and the Herald is .well aware that to  even hint that tliere may be another  side to the picture is with some people  sheer blasphenuy. However, as -we  are all looking to New Zealand to see  how the very remarkable programme  of advanced legislation put in force in  that country within the last fews  years works out, it is just as well to  see whether or no thare is another side  to the picture. There is no law (which  ���������com pels -every body_to_take__all^oiie_  reads about Naw Zealand for granted.  Neither is there any sense or reason in  doing so. The articles of the Socialist  creed are just as liable to the cold and  discriminating searchlight of scientific  criticism, ai are those of any other  religious or irreligious denomination,  however impatient its adherent.*! may  be of the procesa.  Now we taka it that it will be conceded that the Trackmen's Advocate  is no capitalistic organ. Like Caesar's  wife, it should lie above Mnpicion.  There have appeared, however, in  recent nuniliers of that journal some  letters from a family, which moved  from California to New Zealand luit  year. These letter*, while full of  admiration of the labor laws in torce  in the colony Mich as the compulsory  arbitration act, the employers)'liabilily  act, the old age pension law and so on,  are of the highest interest in showing  that, as the writer say.*, in one letter,  ���������"New Zealand may not bo all that  many people imagine it t.o be.'* Jfere  is one very remarkable circumstance-  noted by the writer."  "Parliament is sittiDg now and they  are trying to pass a number of labor  laws this session. One thing which  surprised me most is tha fact that  there is not a paper or journal printed  in New Zealand which is devoted to  the interest of labor only. Tliere are  papers which uphold the present  government administration, but they  often criticise very strongly the  advanced labor legislation. The laboring men themselves that I havo talked  with seem to take no interest in the  question of advanced legislation. They  ���������imply say, "We will vote   for   'Dick*  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  TRAINS LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  EASTBOUND   S:20  WESTBOUND 17:30  SOUTHBOUND S:io  UTOTXCtt  NOTICE���������lliatsixtv dnys niter dale I-inlcnd  10 npnlv to the Clnef <:omniis**lom*r oi  I.nmls (uu! works for permission to ���������mi-rli-ise  Ml) acre*, of Innd siliiutuoii Iho NorlliuuM Arm  of Arrow Luke, ill tliu District of West ls'oote-  nay li.C, nud described ns follows:  (.'..inmencinK ,rn,n s*w* corner of Lot 1111,  tlicnce North mtronointcRl 20 chains; tlienee  West 80 clmins; thence Soutli HU chains approximately; llicncu .aim cliiiins North-  Kasierlv to point of commencement.  FUKD. ROIIINSON.  'eb. 5���������tf 0. K.SKENE, Age  t.  1**IJKK  15IIK  SIKKT3  AM. TJIAIN8.  FlIlbT CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  IIKATKD HY  HOT AIR.  REASONABLE KATBS.  Hotel Victoria  The labor laws are iindoubtedly the  best in the world, but the people di  not know how well oif lhey are and  sefiin to hate to see any one elsehappy.  There is no reason why you should  not have j'ist as good laws in Ununited States, and tny word to you is*  that if you save enough money to paj  the exorbitant fare out here, keep it  and stay wliere you arc, or use it In  advance the labor cause in tbe  United  States."  Now the IIeuai.d does not   wish   to  .b������ misunderstood.     We   believe   that  the recent logblacioii in New   Zealand  is all along the  right   lines.     That   il  is probably the one community on  tin*  face of thc earth   in   which   the   law**  are made, as the   United   States   con  stitution fondly boasts, by   the  peopl***  and for the people.    We  merely   wish  to tise^the   very   interesting   and   unimpeachable information contained in  these letters to draw a little moral  fot-  the benefit of our   Socialistic   friends,  which is that even the most   advanced  labor aud agrarian legislation aud   the  most thoroughgoing adoption   of   tbe  principle of government ownership ef  public   utilities   does   not   necessarily  "implyT.lTe iiriivai-of"the~miiieniunfr  That even under these  conditions   the  cost of   living   may   be   high,   higher  than in   a   capitalist   owned ccouritry  like the United States and th������  rate  of  wages, taking it all round, not se   very  much better.    That fraud and   selfishness and   lack   of   public   spirit   may  prevail alongside of old   age   pensions*  and   compulsory     arbitration.       And  lastly    and    particularly    that,     that  pi-ciiii.ir hand of Socialist, wbo thrusts  the whole onus of his own 'is   well   as  the   general   shortenings    upon     the  nwsi-nt conditions, private   ownership  and the competitive system might still  conceivably   not    immediately     commence tn sprout a pair of win^s   even  .full thfs-e K-rrihli-*   evils   were   swept  oif the face ofthe earth to morrow.  TOURIST CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL  Sundays, Wednesdays, Fridays.  Montreal and Boston���������    FRIDAYS  Toronto   ....SUNDAYS,    *   and   WEDNESDAYS  Certificate of Improvements.  ZLTOTICIEi"  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  1IOUHI.V  STREET OAK  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  Passengers ticketed to all points  at lowest rates.  DIRECT STEAMSHIP  SERVICE  From Vancouver to���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  llutte. Silver How iinrl Ulack Diamond  Minernl Clniins, s tnnte in tliel.iinleau Mining  Division of We������t ..oolenaj- District.  Vhere Located: Near tho Head ot Lexington Creek, ft tributary ol l'ish Creek.  TAkE NOTICE tlmt I, A. P. Cummins, as  Agent for thc Double Ea^le Mining and Development Coinpanv, limited, of Ferguson,  B.C, I'ree Miner's Certilicate No. Hl.SSl,  intend, sixty davs from the date hereof, to  apply to tlio .Mining Pcc.order for a Certilicatu  of 1 improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant ol the aboveclaim.  And i nrther Take r*otice that action, undo  Section ;J7,   must   be   commenced  before the  issbanee ol such Certilicate  of Improvements  Dated this twentv-third dayol January, A.D.  1902..  A.l*. CUMMINS, l'.L.S.  Feb. 5���������tf  Full information aud   particulars apply  toNearest C.P.R. Agent. .     ..  T. \V. Bradshaw,       E, J. Coyle.  Agent  Herein toke.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  H)  #s=* union *^m  Cigar   Factory  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  OUR  Brands:  SPECIAL   and  THE  UNION  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  BAR WELL SUPPLIED BY TUE CHOICEST  WINES,  LIQUORS AND CIOAK8   HISS & COY  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  NOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICEJJhat sixty days alter dato I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands nnd Works for permission to pur  chase a parcol ol land described as follows:  Commencing at a post marked Alice Perry's  No. 1 Post; thence west a) chains; thence  North-10chains; thence East 20chains; tlicnce  South 40 chains to point ol commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of II.  F. 1'crrj's pre-emption iollowinc McKenzie's  North-West Lino,   containing about 80 acres,  more or less.  Goldfields. Nov. 27,1001  ALICE PERRY.  Dce-l-lm  jsroTiCE  NOTICE is hcrebv given that SO days aiter  date I intend to apply to the Chief Com-  missionerol Lands and Works for permission  to cut and carry away timberfrom the lollow-  ing described lands:���������Commencing at a po������t  at lhe south-east corner of Hoger F. Perry's  pre-emption, marked "Southeait corner of  timber limit applied for by E. .1. Goldsmith";  thenee west 40 chains; Ihence north lfiO chains;  tlience'-eailr'*iU chaini-to-Fish-Crcek;-thence  following themeanderings of Fish Creek 1C0  chains to point ol commencement; containing  640 acres, more or less.  F. J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomson's Landing, October 16th, 1901.  Zt-TOTiaiE.  TAKE NOTICE that GO dnys after date I  Intent, to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and \\ orks for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post marked "E McAdamV  o. 1 Po*-t," situate close to the old line of  Hill it Jirnntford's pre-emption, Fish Creek,  thenee north -10 chains, thence west '21) chains,  the������csouth 10 chain**, thence enst 20 chains  to point of commencement.  Goldfields. Jan. 18th. 1W2.  E. McAdam.   Cl_  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MI) i TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  We have purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mine9 and pros-  ��������� pscts, iind desire to hear from prospectors and others having property  for sule.  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled.  Sand us reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Office.  P, O. Box 70  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.  Nelson, B. O.  NOTICE.  McBride Their Choice.  o  Vicjoiu.*,, Feh. 10,���������In accordance  with I he nrriingi'ments Hindu at the  recent New Westminster convention,  an opposition cniii'iis was held last  nijjlit.. On account nf the lato arrival  (if the Charmer, Um meeting was  delayed tor some hours ancl lasted until  an early hour this morning.  Eighteen members*, including Smith  Curtis, iveri* in attendance and the  result, was the selection of Richard  McBriileas leader and Messrs. Green.  Tatlow, Neill, Munro, .Murphy and  Helmcken as an advisory committee.  It was slated bv members of thc caucus  that Ilawthornthwaite, who did not  attend the meeting, will not give bis  support to the government, thin making a clear majority for the opposition  in the House, which will r-otisist of  about thirty bix members at the  opening.  The government attempted to come  to terms with the opposition whereby  they might be able to combine forces.  In return for this the government  unofficially offered the opposition two  seats in the Cabinet und also the  Speakership, but the offer was  declined. *r  Running between Arrowhead. Tho.n*-on'**  Landing and Comaplix. commencing October  Mth, 1901, will sail ������s lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix  twice daily���������10k. and lot.  Leaving C'omapli-t and Thomson'* Landing  for Arrowhead twlc daily���������7:i.jk and 12:i..k  Making r:los*: connections with all C. Ir. fl.  3tcamers and Train*1.  Theowner** rr-secve the right tochun;;-. times  of sailings without notic**.  The Frod Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  TAKE NOTICK that GO days after date I  1 Intend to apply tn the Ohio! Commissioner  of I.nn'N and Works for permission to cut and  carry a������ay timber from the following rtcs-  cril������_*d 1-uHl-i'-. ... ���������  Commencing at a poHt marked r*oger F.  Perrv's southeast corner post situate about 20(1  feet from seott Creek, thencu west 1(1 chain's;  thence north 100 chains; thenceea������t -10 chains;  il.-cnc* south 100 chains, to the place ol com*  ineneerriout; containing Oil) ae.-c������.  '    IIOUKIt F. I'RI'.RV.  Goldfields. B. C, Oct 17th, 1501.      Nov. c-tf.  Agents  Wanted !!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To represent the old reliable  Ixindon k TvincaMliire Life.  'J he Children's Endowment,  and ten payment bond policies,  etc.  Most parents are willing to  give their boy.*7*, a start in life  hy talcing an endowment made  payable nt age 30, paying the  pieinium until the boy is able  to cairy it himself.  GEO. D. SCOTT.  Manager for li.C.���������Northwest.���������Yukon  ������������������ Vancouver, B. C.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL II., IMPERIAL FRACTION  AHD 8URPRI8E MINERAL CLAIMS.  C'.TI.ATK   I.V   TIIE   HKVI'.I.8TO.-.I*;   MINING  ^   Wvl-.loti of West Kootenay Wstrict.  Where I.O'Ht/d: On Keystone Mountain,  Big f.i-.it'Uin ar Downie Creek.  TaKK N-'j'IICB that I, r,i:n. s. MeCarter  nctlng ai <tg*T>t Ior J. ll, Ornhnin, Free Miner'*-  Certificate So. I). .'IT*!! and for \v. II. Vlcker������.  ft'X AllnT'i Ci-rtlflratc No. 00321. intend GO  (IATI from the *ln|i* her-'of to apply* to the  Mining I'-'torder lor Ortificatct of fmprove-  mentK for the p"r|.<������>. of obtaining Crown  Grants ol llieiihoi*. I'latini.  Atrift Vr.tl'fllV.l: TAKK NOTICK that aelloll  under Section ,17, rntut Ik* commenced before  the issuance ol such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this lOlhdnyoI February. A.D.10O2.  Febl2*tf Ooo. 8. McCm-tor.  II. G. I'ARSON, President.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managing Director  ^e Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  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We  {conduct fully equipped offices in Montreal  j nnd Washington; tiiiaqualifiesustoprompt-  ily tlUpatcli work and qutcklv ������*cure Patents  >a*ihro id ns the invention. Highest references  ) furnished.  ������    Patent*--, procured through  Marion & Ma*  i rinti receive f-tprclul notice without charge in  [over too in ivsjiapera distributed throughout  Uhc O minion.  7   Specialty :���������Patent  business of   Manufac*  KurersHittl KiiK������"cers.  MARION & MARION  Pa'.cnt Experts and Solicitors.   .  {officef -! ���������_'!.*'Y?rK.1_"-���������?'u7f' r?onU'!,i  (    AtlintlcBldg.WaiblnEtoiiDX^  ALEX. McLEAN &  CO  Aqenti fur tha  Mason &Risch Pianos  0P7ICI AT  J. McLeod's Residence  SECOND STREET,   EAST.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, et*.  to any part ol the city.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at R. M. Smythe's Tobacco  tore, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  ttentlon.  Jas. I. "Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  ��������� Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in S������aaea....  Allordtn promptly filled.  ������������T������.SSS������ BBYBIr.WOKB.'B.ff-  m  If  m  ���������'i'i  I'jjj  I  iy  '���������ty  tf/  m  i  i  V������*v1  Wi  f  ?  ���������i  ���������(/  n  -..I  ,i  i  .* cS: S���������U^Eiia*���������^ /*:  ������������������> /  'he Northwestern Development Syndicate  LIMITED  Capital: ?l,0OU,O0U !n 1,OUU,000 Shares.   Tar vulue fl.00 each.  All Treasury Stock.     No Promoter's and no Preferred Stock.  Large Veins Free-Milling* Gold Ore  Firat Allotment.    200.000 Shares now offered for 50c. a share.  ANDREW F. ROSENBERER,  Secretary, 1\0. Box.700, Nelson, B.C.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Olllelal Brokers, Revelstoke, B.C.  .... \  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  the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CxRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded  Development.   .  by    Mining   Properties   now   under  Splendid  Which.will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  from thc  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  (.1  >  ���������Printers        -1  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  .STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE  HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches  We have the name ot making.  . , tbe only Stylish Suits In Town  v'���������tor   durability  and   quality -  ���������they also excel..  ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  for Sale.  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  fo" Cash.  IPELLEW-HARVEY, 1  BRYANT & GiLMAN |  Mining Engineers ������  ancl Assavcrs, @  Vancouver; li.e.  Established 1890  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  ni'  A i-pecialty nmuc of checking f-iiieltcr  I'ulps.  *,*.*....,;.'.   tj   ��������� 'a       ~;,  Ham pies from (he Interior by mail or  express promptly iitlemleil to.  Correspondence- solicited.!  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ****'I'-I**-1.*-I*'f-T***f****1''**ft'f'?***  s    U'ViUiiiMVi oa  Successor to I). Jenkins,  Manufacturers of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing, of Boots, Shoos  and Harness, a Specialty.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market"  affords,  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Hates $1 a day.  ,, '   '     Monthly Rate. ~  J. Albert Stone ���������  'Prop.  a.,B,; batho;  Ferguson, B. C.  LEGAL  Is the recognized organ for all the latest ruining news of North  Kootenay. " Particuliu*"attention is, paid to securing early and reliable  intelligence from the newly discovered Free Milling GoJd Camps on Pish  River nnd from the placer and quartz mines of the Bis Bend and dibtrict,  in the immediate activity of Bevelstoke, such as. Illecillewaet, Albert  Canyon, Jordan Bass and Isaac Creek. Next season will witness ii big  revival of certainty throughout North Kootenay, and mini.ig -men and  others desirous of gaining the eailiest and most authentic news from tho  -district���������will���������find-theVcoluiiins-of=itlie^HEEALDitheii'---best-soui'ce_o������=_  information! %-  .1  Railway News is also a Specialty of thc HERALD and articles of  special intercst'to Railway men will also be found in its columns.  AS 1 ADYERIiSil MEDIUM  THE HERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circul;- tion  and the class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in the district. It  appears twice to any other paper's once a week and is found in tlu: homes  of the_wage-earning classes, the backbone of the business of the district.  Busvnessmen want their announcements to reach tiie home people who  ���������have the money to take advantage of their offers and the homes aiid  families whicli render it necessary for thoni lo spend it. No oilier class ot  circulation is of any use to them. These are the kind of people who in.Vsc  up a big proportion of our Subscribers, peoplo with homes, families,,  employment and interests right at home, tlio people Revelstoke merchants want to get at. A space in our advertising columns, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-AVeek letter to every -home in  Revelstoke, and in the Railway ai.d Mining, points, tributary to Revelstoke business.  OUR JOB PRlNTINCi DEPARTMENT  Is the completest in the district for appliances, material .ind!  Craftsmen. Our work speaks for itself. No other office in North  Kootenay can touch it, because we not only havo the tools to do gnod.  work, with, but we know how to use them. Call and see our Samples antl  you will perhaps be surprised to see tbe artistic and finished class of wort  -which we can turn out. ' Prices graded down to suit the limes.  JM. SCOTT   B A., LL.li.  Barrister,      Solicitor,   Notary   Public,   Ete.  *irst Street, Kevelstoke.  Money to loan,  JJARVEY, M'CARTES i: PINKHAM  Barristers. Solicitors. Etc.  Solicilors fcr Imperial Hank of Canada.  Compnny funds to loan nt8 percent.  l'IRST STREET,   Kevelstoke B. C.  CHURCHES  METHODIST ClfUKril,  ItEVELSTOK E. ���������*  Preaching services at 11 a. m. ana 7:30 p. ni  Class meeting m tlio close ol the morning  service. Sabbath School and Bible Class at S-LJO  Weekly Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  eveuini; at 7:M. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seats free. ���������  Rev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  Farwell estate.  *' The choice land north of track,  .between Tapping's and Long's/will  be subdivided for sule as soon as  possible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  P. O. Box, UJ.   v - ' "  Express Delivery  All "orders ' left"' at W.'-'M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  H.  Cook.  Red Rose Degree moots second and fourth  Tuesdays of each month; White Rose Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome-  G. E. GROGAN. .     HY. EDWARDS,  President. ��������� '       - *    Hon. Secretary.  ST. PETER S CHURCH, ANGLICAN*.  _ Eight n.m., Holy Eucharist; lla.m.,_ii_a' ���������'a*!,  ���������itany and sermon (Holy Eucharist~first"Suh-  day in the month); 2:8o  Sunday   school, or  children's service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  sermon.   Holy Days���������The Holy  Eucharist is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8 a.m , as announced.  Holy .Baptism after SnndavSchool at3:15.     ���������  c. a. procunier, Rector.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to v, bieh all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  S p. m. every WcdiiH*.dav.  .Rev. w. C. Calder, Pastor.* ,  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  , Mass   at 10:80 a. m ,  on  first,  iccond and  fourth Sundays in the month.  l'.EV.   FATHER  THAYER.  SALVATION  ARMY.  Meeting every night in their Hall on Front  Street. o  Revelstejii(a., Ltd*  , Skating everv afternoon and'evening from  3 to 8 and from 8 to 10.  The Public are invited to'visit the Rink; no  charge being made Ior Spectators. -  A charge of 23c. will be' made for skating." _In  the afternoon ladies or children lue,  Season Tickets may be purchased at thc rink.*  Ladies 1350,.    Gentlemen 5fi.      Children $3.  Good for skating afternoon  and evening,  except special events such as Carnival-*,  llockey  Matchcs. etc,  ,* .   '_ Hockey Practices.  SENIORS���������Moiidaysr=-Frida> s -iiuiI-Saluniay������-  from 10 to 11. -Wednesdays, from  ..    7 to 8. - *  JUNIORS���������Tuesdays from 10 to 11, and  Wednesdays from 7 to 8.  LADIES���������Tuesdays from 2 lo 3.  Curling every afternoon and evening.  Regrets th.-it ho is rumble"  through illbess to be present at his Stu'dio^and attend to business as usual,  lie,hopes, however, to_be  able to re-open the Studio  shortly and will announce  tho date in this space.  g  Revelstoke, B. C  BEAR STORY  A goud Mmy is told aliout a bear  now in I'/iplivily at the li-ilcycin Mot  Springs Sanitarium, Arrowi2Liike B.  C. ' P. iiiicy" us lie is called is a veiy  Fanny liuur nnd has hud many funny  experiencrs. Iiullliis one is a true account of what u tiear can do if he likes.  "Biirney" is a great pet t.inoiig tn.  employes at tlie Sanitarium, particularly Joe, thc enginee, who provides  handsomely towards "Barney's" bill nf  Cue in the way of fruits, nuts, candy,  milk etc., with an occasional glass of  grog largely diluted with syrup, and  which evidently touches tlie right spot.  He silt up on his haunches and grasping the bottle with liis Fore paw*,  empties the contents. Un 'several  occasions the bottle got the bettor of  him and lie crawled into bis den witli  what, is termed in the wefct a very  comfortable jug.  One day last summer "Barney"  managed lo break liis chain and tlie  first place he made for wai tbe machine  shop. On this"particular occasion he  was out on his own hook and as the  machine shop door was open and  apparently no one iu sight, "Barney"  proceeded lo hive a good time at tho  expense of the houso und just played  havoc with things iu general. On the  work bench lie upset a tin box which  contained some articles carefully  wrapped in paper. Tearing the  paper from numerous packages  be came across two stickB of-a greasy  substance about the length of candles  and as they appeared palatable to  "Barney" he chewed them up and  swallowed them, tearing the lid from  another little wooden box be licked  out tlie contents and was making  further investigations when be heard  Footsteps and scampered- off ^around  the house and over to the saloon some  little distance away". The footsteps he  had heard were those of Joe his master who realized that "Barney" had  swallowed the two sticks of dynamite,  a box of carbolic salve and two plugs  of chewing tobacco. Just then, in__,  came the manager, who said, "That-  son-of-a-guu "Barney" has broken  loose again, Joe, and is over at tho  saloon shaking dice and drinking  "Perfection" with the boys. He will  get loaded again?"  " Great Scott!" replied Joe,' "you  don't get me near that bear again for  awhile. He is loaded plenty now. He  has just eaten two sticks of dynamito  and' a box of carbolic salve and is  liable to explode at any minute, and if  you value your hide you will just give  thut bent- a wide berth as he ia liable  to'go oil" at any minute."  So 'Barney' was boss of the premises  for .the day. Every one shied clear of  him till such time as the evil effects of  the dangerous meal had passed away.  It was proposed by several that they  shoot him, but, no one wished to take  chances of being blown into eternity  for his trouble, so "Barney" was  allowed to live and is alive and: well  and appaiently none the worse for his  alarming and deadly meal. He it a  big fellow now and takes his cocktails  with the boys.  SOCIETIES.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  tegular jneetiin."*. are held in tht  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at S p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordiallr invited  A. i -HNSON, W.M  W. G. BIRNEY, Itcc.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  -ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Roval School of Mines, London.    Seven years  at "Morfa   Works,   Swansea.    11   years  Chief  Chemist  to Wigan Coal and Iron Co.,  Eng.  Late chemist and As*=aycr, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported npon.  Ferguson. B.C.  SUBSCRIPTION P!MCE,$2 PER YEAR, IH ADVANCE.  -_**t**t**t*t'i''l''l**'l''*t*l*'I''l*'i*'l**I**i**t*i**l''l,*i'*i'-fc  +  *  ���������5-  **r  <  *  -_���������  *���������_���������  1*  *  *���������>  t  **_*���������  i Baker ^and  Confectioner  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison your systems  using Condensed Milk, done  up in old rusty tin-cans?  when you can buy pure  SALMON ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT  Coming in Droves.  H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DEEP. HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Fun Cleaned and Pe������aired  JUST EAST OF  PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH  ThirJ Street.  ���������* Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  ���������5*  *      =        and Railwav Street.  X'X IT' t T"T Tl I * * ********* ******  In Stock...  TO    LET  Cottage, lorner Fourth Street and Orton  Avenue- For particulars apply to II. F.  *0BB23, The ilohsons Bank. Dec23-tf  A Warehouse full of f]r>>t-c!a.*3  Quality   Wheat, Oats,  Short,       Bran, '  Hay, Coa������.  Prices away down for Spot Cash.  J. C. HUTCHISON,  NOTICE I HEREBY GIVEN that Henry J.  Bourne, of Kevelstoke, British Columbia, and  frank II. Bourne, of Nakusp.Brltlsh Columbia,  carrying on business at Revelstoke, Nakusp  and New Denver as General Merchants, under  the (Inn name ol Bourne Brothers, have by  deed dated iho 10th day of January, ISO'.*,  assigned all their and ��������� ach ol their real ami  personal property which may be teized and  sold undcrexecution. for the general benelit  of creditors to Frederick Buscombc. of Haro  street, Vancouver, Merchant, ami Arthur  William Johnston, of Water Street, Vancouver,  Merchant.  A meeting ofthe creditors is hereby called  for Monday, tho 20th day of January, 1002, at  the hour of'4 p.m. at the efflce of .Messri. S.  Grcenshields Son <fc Co., Water Street, Vancouver.  All creditors are required to file with Arthur  William Johnston, one of the Assignees, full  particulars of thcirclaim*) and thc nature ol  their securities, if any, hold by them, and  notice is hereby given that after the first day  of ApriltheAssignecs will proceed to distribute theasscts among the creditors, of whose  debts or claims they shall have received  notice, and that they will not be responsible  for the assets or any part thereof so distributed  to any creditor of whose debt or claim they  shall not.thcn have received notice.  Dated this Mth day of January, A.D., 1902.  DAVIS, MARSHALL <t MACNEII L,  Solicitors lor th������ Assigned.  XXotTdon cable says: TJ19 corres-  pondent of the Tini.s today says, that  an important scheme for the devclop-  mentof emigration to "Western Canada  has just been finally arranged by ��������� the  t'.eputy minister of the interior, James  Smart who has been in London for  some time with that object in view,  No fewer than 2,500 to 3,0C0 persons  will leave Liverpool or Glasgow during  March to settle in Canada, while  othors are expected to follow in April,  May and .Tune, at the rate of about  ���������1,000 per month.  Tlie Daily Chronicle of recent date  Kays tbat Canada is quite unnecessarily  excited over Mr. Chamberlain'*, attempt to discriminate in favor of  Sumb Africa when the matter of  Welsh settlers for Patagonia was  presented to him by a Welsh deputation. The Chronicle thinks the  Canadian government is most to  blame in the matter. - Lord Strathcona  says if they hold these 2,500 settlers 10  cheap as to make them depend on  pi-ir^te aid for transport to Canada,  Mr. Chamberlain will he quite justified  in accepting them for South Africa, ir  tbey weio willing to go,  a Laces and Braids  A large range of Point L&ce,  Duchess and Battcoburg  Braids, Stamped Design.**,  Stamped Linens, Embroidery  Needles, Hook**, &c.  Berlin and Zephyr Wools, all  shades. Slipper Soles. Valen-  sciences Lace, Insertion.  Call at ���������"*- mwm  MADISON -PARLORS.  jja Misses Sheppard & Bell  ^3?- McKenzie Avenue      oeB t ;  i   ���������'     ���������  ������T^t  .  -;  u  ���������f  Hi  May In.' in i*'.- in wearing  Chest .Protei  But your greatest mistake wil!  be made in nut, *.*. eariiur out'.  Tliey arc! 11 gn'iil pri'vi ntalivi*  nf colli mul iiubiiily .-11<111111 l������!  without one when lhey ran  gut thrill *-<> cheap .-it llii.'  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.'Y  All S'���������/,*.������ nnd Piice--.  Nee ihem iii our window.  it'ii**-  x&r���������-  BORN.  In Trout L-ike, on Saturday. February  the 15th, the wife of.1. .1. I.angstaiT.  of a son.  NOTES OF  NEWS  *��������������� do you WANT-  LUMBERMEN'S  RUBBERS.  Wc arc selling them off at a liberal Discount.  DO YOU WANT  ANYTHING IN THE  CLOTHING LBNE ?  ���������������������S>  ���������<S_B  -������������  3S*-*-  <5>���������  ������������������<B  ���������<t>  Chocolates I  S)   We have lately  imporlcd  ftfe,  ������   thc   choicest varieties of @  ������   the above   in   bulk,   and  ������  (#> #���������  >������>   are se!lmjj- at yk  ���������as���������  as���������  ig&j���������  You will find Our Store thc Best Place to Buy.  Our Prices arc reasonable and our goods cannot  be excelled.  ���������Vre*.h hutter.it. A. N.  -Smith's.  City Council meets  Friday  evening.  F. Ilalliday is building a new hotel  at. Field.  ��������� l-'resh egg*, at. A.N. -Smith's.  Knid AIn.fi in Concert at the opera  bouse tonight.  W, G. Birney finished kalsomining  the court house today.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. X.   Smith's.  Tho "Queen Esther" practice was  well attended last night*.  3. 1,. Johnston has accepted a position with A. N. Smith.  ���������Special sale of stamped linens.  Madison Parlors.  F. XX. McGregor and .1. Savage are  leaving on Friday for Salmon Arm.  ���������Cushion tops at a great* reduction.  Madison Parlors.  Thos. O'Brien, barrister, of Golden,  is seriously ill in New York, with la  grippe.  ���������Centre pieces, loeauulul designs,  at half price.    Madison Parlors,  R. XV. Patmoreand family, of Golden, are taking up their residence in  the city,  -I. J, Young, of the Calgary Herald,  came in last night and went into  Ferguson this morning.  Win. Smith has left town for Revelstoke, where he intends to make his  home in future,���������Vernon News.  The returns from a ton of mica from  the Ice river distiiet are far in  excess  of what was expected, says the Golden  . Eva.  Rev. Jlr. Green of Trout Lake, who  was a visitor in the city yesterday, left  for his home at Trout. Lake this  morning.  Mr. Walsh of Nannaimo organizer  for Royal True Blues oT B. C. was in  town on Monday Inland left for the  coast Tuesday night.  Mr. McKenzie. one of the L. O. L.  delegates to Nelson from Nanaimo  was in town on Monday and Tuesday  to assist oi ganizer Walsh,  A local branch of the Loyal True  Blues association was organized here  on Monday with a membership of 25.  A full report of the proceedings will  be given in our next issue. '  A meeting of Irishmen and descendants of Irishmen will be held in the  Hotel Revelstoke to morrow evening  for the purpose of fraternal organization. The organization is non*  ectarian and non-political.  Eric Grunt McKay died at Calgary  on Friday morning from eating canned  chicken, which was evidently poisonous. His brother Walter also ate  some of the chicken and has been ill  _je_veL__since,ibnLnot sei'iousl v._^i^.   75(. per k  Highest  Award  it thc World's  Fair,  Cross  -Drugstore  ������#g&>S������-S$&���������������&������������&@���������  ���������35*^-  ���������s****-  OH���������  ������*���������  ������$>_~  te���������  &���������  ���������as**-  4*���������  (-__**���������  Union-Made Overalls  Boots and Shoes.  DRESS GOODS  SI���������  a���������  na  ns���������  In large and selected variety. Ladies come and  inspect our stock before buying elsewhere.  We have a large "new shipment of the favorite  ancl reliable "EMPRESS SHOE" for Women  just coming in; they cannot be beaten for Style,  Comfort and Wearing Qualities.  Don't Forget that Wc Always Carry a Complete Stock ;  of House Furnishings.  -*>���������������  I NOVELTY PHOTOS l  I    Leaving  1    Revelstoke  ������ FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY    28,   1902 S  Jt is, my last day. ?  5 _Cff~Cnll nt onoo if you   want any of g  5J our work. 2J  I HOWARD   KING, |  ? i UOTOCKAPIIER. J  Jj STUDIO:       TAYLOK BLOCK. 2  ltf^***tf^^-^_*^-^^-^^-<_*^*^������'^*4^������^r*^������^������  9S���������  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  es���������  ts���������  THE   NORTHERN  ASSURANCE  OF LONDON. ENGLAND.'  CO.  -o  ,<es���������  O. D. Hoar hns received a letter from  the Gei'imin Consulate ;it Vancouver,  asking for particulars of the mien  deposits on Ice river, a letter of  inquiry having heen received by the  consul rvnm a German firm who are  interested in mica.���������Golden Era.  Charles Bullock, charged with the  murder of young Stanton near Ponoka,  Alberts*., last spring was convicted of  murder in lhe first degree at Edmonton last weel: and was sentenced to he  hanged at Fort Saskatchewan on  March Slili.  Rev Jos. Onlveit of New Westminster delivered a lecture in the  Methodist chinch .Monday night ro a  huge audience. The lecture was  * illustrated wilh lime light views and  wa*. most interesting and instructive.  The proceed.-, of I he lecture are devoted  to the iiiii.-i-e_,t nf the Columbian  Ct.lli'gi.- with which Mr. Calvert is  connected.  Trout Lake citizens have derided Lo  build a miiiiII hospital at that place  Over .$1W) has lieen sub*., ribed l.y  the citizens of the town and Mib.sriip-  tion lists an* being circulated by Mrs.  Clink and Mis. .lowi-lt. in Feiguson,  Mrs. Kllintt and Mrs. Abinharnson in  Kevelstoke and .M**.*-n*h. II. McPherson  and A. liiggcr at, the mines. They  intend laying the coiner stone of the  building some time in May.  The Ferguson hotel has changed  hands, "Sandy" McDonald of fhe.  Kevelstoke hotel. Kevel:,toke. and  Van r.dsnn. of the Hume hotel Nelson,  being the purchasers. It is understood thc deal was closed today. There  is a rumor. al<*o, current in this connection that Ferguson Bros, have also  disposed of their interest in the Ferguson townsite and will take up the  business of mining nn Vancouver  island where il i-, understood they  have some valuable holdings.���������Trout  Lake Topic.  A meeting of the hospital directors  was held last night,  Remember the Enid Mai tin concert  in the opera house tonight.  ��������� Don't send your orders east, when  Wilson can give you better satisfaction for your money.  Frank Guerin has accepted a position  in the commercial telegraph oflice at,  Uie depot.  ���������Every time you leave your order  aL Wilson's for a suit you ale giving  some one ir. town work.  Mrs. Uwcns who has lieen visiting  her sister Mis. Hutchison leaves fur  her home at Salmon Arm Loday,  ��������� ISvery time ynu leave your order at  Wilson's i'or a p'.iir oi pants you are  giving some one in.town a day's work,  Jlr. Carnegie is corresponding with  Prince Albeit, Sask., regarding the  establishment of a I'ree   library   there  Mrs. Abrahanison antl Mrs. IC I ii o L t  of Trout Lake ���������������������������City, were in town  .Monday and Tuesday and made a most  successful canvas for the Trout Lake  Cottage Hospital.  The masons and plastereis are about  to organize a union here. The rate of  wages demanded by the members of  the above union throughout Kootenay  is -?;"..00 per day of eight hours.  A meeting to organize a rifle  association will be held on Thuisday  night, in the City Mali, all interested  in this sport are invited to attend,  thirty eight have already given in  Liieti-tlTinTes~t*j��������� m������inlTvr>-;���������--^���������=���������-* -  band   boys  are   loud  CAPITAL AND  FUNDS $38,365,000.  REVENUE     5,7:4.000.  DOMINION DEPOSIT        211,700.  At*���������  jA.Cr-Bllir'VS  SIBBALD & FIELD,     -    Revelstoke, B.C.  4a^ti4.ti4iiUii4itU.4i444iit444ii4ii4..4lit,f  Presbyterian Church.  A large congregation listened with  deep interest to the sermon on the  Knglish reformation in the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening last.  Rev. AV". C. Calder took as his text,  John VIII. '32: "And yc shall knew  the truth and the truth shall make  you Free.'' The speaker pointed out  Lhe similarity between the Jewish  church in the time of Christ and the  condition of the Western church at  the beginning of the 10th century.  There was the church in its outward  form, but spiritual life and knowledge  had been lost, covered up by faille,  legend and false teaching. The refor  maLion in England was due to the  Word of God alone. The causes  which led up to it were the dissolute  and corrupt life of the church in hoth  lhc upper and lower ranks of the  clergy, especially Lhe Mendicant orders  and the revival of learning, called the  "Renoissanco." The teachings and  influence of WycklitTe were not  altogether cxtinct.Erusmus, the great  Dutch scholar, had produced his  novum teslainentum (The New Testament). He had been invited to Cambridge in loll. Out of zeal for Uie  new learning came the study 9!" the  1 Greek testament, which brought about  i the beginning of the reformation in  rOie'rcign oTI Icrri*\--VIITT^-MrrCalrter  News From Arrowhead.  [FROM OUIl OWN  CORRESPONDENT.]  Arrowhead, Feb. 22.���������Last Thursday 11 pleasant dance was given at the  residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hamell on  the Comaplix wagon road. A large  number of friends from Comaplix and  Thomson's Landing attended an.l a  most thoroughly enjoyable evening  was spent-  Joseph Johnson, second engineer of  the s.s. Minto was taken seriously ill  last week and removed to the Nelson  hospital. Mr. Johnson has heen on  t.he C. P. R. lake boats for over seven  years and is highly respected.  Road Superintendent Killeen is  expected here shortly to arrange i'or  the construction of a bridge across  Fish Creek at the end of the Comaplix  wagon road anil for the repairs to the  old bridge at the old Lardeau townsite.  This news is very welcome I o residents  of Comaplix and Thomson's Landing,  who have heen forced in the past to  travel 11 miles to go two and a half  miles to go from one town to the  other.  J. J. Foley haa received a let ter from  Corry Menhenick from England.  Corry expects to return in April and  Bays that the Lardeau is good enough  for him.  their! pointed out the   two   P'-**"1**15'   niove-  ! merits of the  day  in   the  struggle  of  The   band   boys  are   loiat   in  praises of the reception   they   received  last Friday evening at the residence of i the  Crown against  Papal  supremacy  Aid. T.E.L. Tavlor.   when   lhey   sera  naded   Mr.   F.   Taylor  and bride who  returned that fcvening_ from   England  Two rinks of curlers left on Mouuay  morning for the Sandon bonspiel. The  names are Missrs. H. A. Rrown, F. R.  Voung. D. M. Rae, F. II. liri.ck. A. M.  Pinkham.'Di-.Carruthers, A. XX'. Foote  and Dr. Coghl.iin. Tlie --kips are IT.A.  Jrown and [.). M. Rae.  Quinine Wine  and  Iron Tonic  Produces lhat rested feeling.  lrnp:irt=!   slr**nKl.li  qni**k-ly   ami  n*iii'*'lif*s   -,v'.'nk.;t(0*]  I'aii'litlott**  (���������f III'.: sy.st"Ill.  .*��������� it   f*Vf*oll(;iit ino'licni'*  for any  ������l*h..'*ii of th'j )  Inrlv niiw.  but I'firticn  50c. a Bottle.  our ui'; stock- 01-  Drugs, Medicines  and Sundries,  Tiirlii'lcH 1*very hing required In  tlie sick room nr home.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  Druggist mill stationer,  lirown Block.' Telephone -.fl.  nnd tho reformation pure and  simple  At Henry's death a  large  portion of  Lhe peoph- had h������un  won over to  the  side   or   the   great    reform,   but   the  nation   had   not   made   the    positive  change.      Henry,   although   he    had  thrown off the Piipalyokc, died in tha  old   faith.      The   law   of    the     ".Six  Articles'  1 uled the nation.    It was not  until tlie next'reign,  that of Edward  VI., that the reformation  took  shape  1 and    permanancy.    In 15If)  the  Rook  : 1 f Common Prayer wa.s produced  and  ��������� revised in l."iii3.    About the same  time  was put forth the fiojk of  the   Forty-  Two    Ai*ti':li*.*5.    These     marked   two  distinct     tendencies  in   the    English  reformation which are felt Loday. The  prayer book links the   English  church  with   the   past.    The- articles,  which  were   more     in   sym|>athy   with   the  l'roteit.iiiti**ui of lhe continent, unites  it   with   the   ProU-st'int.i.m  of   today,  i'nder Maiy, who succeeded  Edward,  came   a   temporary   reaction,    which,  while i! h-fr a painful page of suffering  and   mail yi-dom,   yet   hastened   and  made  permanent  tho  great   reformation.    Mr. (Wilder cloifil   v/ilh  u  most  practical  application  of   tin,*, fxt   in  comparing     .Spain    arid   ,f-'i-,tnc.e,���������to  whom   were,   the   dominion   of     thc  world -with Britain.    Tln-y had clung  tu   the    Papacy.      On    i-i-jeetiiig     the  reformation, tho cmpiie of the  world  had [wised  l.o  tin*   atiglo.C-ltic   race.  Contempai-y   history   watnlludnd   to  in comparing   AfrWa   under   the   Dominion of  Roman   Catholic couiitrie?  and that  of  JJritain.    Thc  truth  had  ;nad������ Rrit.ain free.    She was carrying  that   I ruth  with   its  freedom   to the  oppressed of the world.    Tho  prussing  homo of the deep spiritual significance  ot the text, closed a'Jiighly  interesting  and  profitable service.    A   noticeable  feature of tlie service was the excellent  Work of the now choir.  Tenders Wanted.  TENDERS for the erection of a  two-storey brick building at the corner of McKenzie avenue and First  streutwill be received by the undersigned up to March 20th at noon.  Tho lowest, or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  Plans and specifications may be seen  at the ofVico of  C. B   HUME & CO  g-edstek.a.il, :M::E]:R/H:.A.:fc*-rTS.  CALL AND  INSPECT  THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  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  (H)  iWj  ALL AND WINTER SUITINGS 1  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  very elaborate variety of Fall arid  Winter   Suitings and    you'll   find  workmen who arc competent to make up any of these  Suitings  exactly Lo your liking.    We do not employ  cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods that  could  possibly depreciate our excellent reputation.       We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when  price is the sole consideration, but when style and  fit  ancl wear arc duly considered, we can and do compete  with all ready-made goods, and all other tailors.   .  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  CT.   B  OIRIESSIfc-dl-AJfcT;���������-  Thc  Art Tailor,  Mackenzie'Ave!  FURNITURE GOODS must be si  tit cost in  order to make room  another large car of Furniture, .wh  will he here shortly, call and  see.  we can't arm- ge to supply you.   Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  FURNITURE  X HAVE ITI.  The largest stock of the latest "WATCHES,  CLOCKS, RINGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My mapy years' experience enables me to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the public ut reasonable prices.  CT.   C3-TJY  BABBBR,  ���������WATCII ItEPAIRING A SPECIALTY.  The Prince Mining and Development Co., Limited Liability.  NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt  the annual general meeting of thc  Shareholder!) of the above niimed  Company will be held in the Company's oitlce, I'ii'St -Street, Kevelsioke*.  il. C., or. Wednesday, the Twelfth day  of .March, A,D., 11)02, at th.* hour of  two o'clock in the afternoon, for the  purpose of election ofllcers for the  ensuing year and for all other purposes  relating to the .Management of Ihe  Company.  The Transfer Honk of tho Company  will be closed during the fourteen days  in.mfedintely preceding such   meeting.  Dated at"Kevel.stoke, B.C., this lil th  day of l-'idiruary, A.U., UXKi,  3. M. Ktiirrr.  -Sccretarv.  The Carnes Creek Consolidated  Gold Mines,  Limited. '  NOTIOK is m.i'i.itv oi vk.v tiiattiib  Annual (ieuorul Meeting of Shareholders of the above named Company  will be held at the Company's oflice, at  Revelstoke, British Columbia on the  llth day of .March, 1SJ02, at two o'clock  in the aft ei noon, for the purpose of  eluding officer.** for the emitting year  and for all other general purposes  relating to the Management of the  Company.  The Transfer Hook of the Conipany  will be closed (luring the fourteen davs  immediately preceding this Meeting.  f. T. Brewster,  ���������r,      . .   i      ,, ��������� Secretary.  Revelstoke, B.C., F������b. 24th, 1G02.  w  @  @  di)  SIBBALD & FIELD,  .A-Q-EXnTTS  JE-03R  nt fl     XV*     J_      M BtV   Ci. p. R. TOWNSITE.  Kllfi-S.1      PCTiltO     W    MAKA TOWNSITK.  TICOll      t*Dfc<*fcC     ������T   GERRARD TOWNSITE.  OF-   CAMBORNE TOWNSITE,  CflVT A TOPI A T    t Canada Permanent & Western  rill All L1AL~)���������   C'U'ada Mortgage Corporation.  '       '        ��������� < Equitable favin'gs ������0an and Building Asnociatiou*. '  (-Imperial Fire.      Caledonian Fire.  Atlas Fire. I  Canadian Flre.   Mercantile Flre.    Northern Fire.  i. Guardian Fire.   Manchester Fire.   Gr������at West Life.  I Ocean, Accident und Uuarantee.   Confederation Life  = t.canadlan Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  COAL FOR SALE,  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCINQ.  J. D.  SIBBALD, Notary Piibii-.  KEVELSTOKE.  CHAS. M, FIELD.  Optional .with you, of course, which you want to sav, but we  would strongly advise you to carry some insurance. Your card  will bring you full information as to cost.  LEWIS   BRQS.  . KEAL ESTATE ALSD "FINANCIAL AGENTS".        XQTARIP9 PUBIJC.


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