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 I     , .  t  And  Vol    V.  No ,116  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY,   MARCH 8, 1902  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  Come and See  W*************************  D Pairs  Boots id 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"4p per cent and buy your  i Shirts now.  We are offering a splendid line  qf.W.-.G. &  R.   and   White  .Shirts at  the" above big  dis-~  -counT^'Airjgdods. are oCtHe_'  Latest Style and Pattern.  HATS  HATS  Our bargains in Hats are in  keeping with above discounts.  The stock includes:  FEDORAS  (RUSH ind  STIFHIATS  NKK WEAR  We have a Beautiful Line in  Goods at away down figures.  BY BUYING AT  THE PRFSFNT TIME  YOU * WILL   SAVE  BIG     MONEY,     AS  THE STOCK MUST ^  BE   CLEARED   BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  SMELTERS  m*'444M404������4[*������04f**4[4f444l'<t4+44  I'*  (,  wm  The Present Position and Probable Prospects of the Lardeau  Camp.���������Description ofthe New  Smelter.  Editorial correspondence in thc  Calgary Herald, dated Ferguson,  March 3rd, says:  After many years of hope deferred  the Lardeau mining camp seems to  have arrived on the threshold of its  boom. Ever since its discouvery it has  been known to possess a, combination  of the best features of all other British  Columbia camps with very few of their  corresponding drawbacks.  Silver Cup, Nettie L., and Triune  shipments have proved it to have  phenomenally high grade silver ores  in enormous quantities. Also that  in combination with rich silver values  it holds gold and copper in such  quantities that if either of these inotals  alone existed without the others the  ���������re would in many mining countries  be considered profitable.  lt is the three combined in the same  ore, together with a large percentage  of lead, which has spread the fame of  the Lardeau as an ideal field i'or the  quartz miner.  In spite of difficulties, -the greatest  of which is .expensive transuorlation,  the Lardeau has already made for hev-  oral men moderate sized fortuues.  But compared with what it will do  now that cheaper transportation is  almost occomplished these are onlv  Ilea bites. The new'C. P. Si. branch  to Trout Lake will be ready to take  out oro by May 10th and we venture  tha prediction thut during the next  two or three years tlie Lardeau will  make more large fortunes thiin have  heen made in any other camp in  British Columbia by legitimate mining.  One important factor in the new era  of development seemed destined to   he  the Vulcan   Smelter   which   has  just  been completed at   Ferguson   by  tlie  Lardeau Siuelting^&Refiningcompany,  headed   by   C.  , \V.     .McCrossan,     of  Minneapolis.    A   considerable   saving  was effected by bringing in the heavy  machinery over the snow  when there  was good   sleighing.     The   buildings  were erected during the . winter  and  the smelter is now ready for   blowing  in.   The install ition  was done under  the    direction    of   Messrs   Connelly.  Dahlgrea, Vernon and Gendar, of the  Vulcan  Company of   San   Francisco,  the building ��������� contracts   being   in   tbe  hauds_of .Mr/ Wood of Minneapolis.  "-As soon*as.the snow"is   sufficiently  off to facilitate the quarrying  of lime  and other fluxes.   The smelter will be  blown in.    Although   a   shipment.-of  coke has been "brought-in   as   a   precautionary measure/it is intended . to  use charcoal ,<for  fuel,   as   it   can   be  cheaply produced in unlimited quantities on" the spot. -      - ,  The Vulcan is a levolufcion in sme.ting  methods.    Its chief improvement over  the  old   style" of  smelter   is   in   the  draught, which instead of being forced  into the furnace by fans or other costly  appliances is drawn   in. through   the  bottom,   the   necessary vacuum being  produced by a steam jet near tha foot  of the flue. A simple device for raising  or   lowering    the ' movable    crucible  regulates tho quantity of ait- hy enlarging or reducing the space between the  two, the bottom of tlie furnace   heing  entirely open ard corresponding in size  and shape with the top of the crucible*;.  The air being thus drawn in is intensely  heated by   passing   over   the   molton  slag and bullion in the crucible and up  through    the   streams   of   \vl)ite-hot  material dropping irom   the   melting  The.saving in fuel can be easily  imagined.' It is such that the Vulcan  people claim to be able to smelt ordin  ary ores with only flve. per cent ������f^fuel_  and their various plants "in California,  Oregon, Arizona and New. Mexica are  satisfactorily proving" the truth of  their contention.  This together ������������������ with other r.e-.v  inventions connected with tho smelter  and a very considerable saving in labor,  enables the -Vulcan people to feel  confident of heing able to successfully,  treat fifteen dollar ores in thc Lardeau  at a good profit.  The tremendous importance of this  announcement is realized when it is  remembered that, large as are the  deposits of ores in the camp running  over a hundred dollars to the ton, for  every ton of this high grade stuff  there are hundreds of tons of low  grade.  Meanwhile the Nettie L. and Silver  Cup continue to send out enough of  their high grac'.c ores to Trail to more  than pay expenses.  There is now stored -in sheds at  Trout Lake over a thousand tons  mined during the past three or four  months which are worth a huirlred  thousand dollars. This-will be shipped  to Trail in May. "  As soon as the snow allows, work  will be recommenced ��������� on the Ophir*  Lade, the well known high grade free  milling gold, property, which is expected to prove another million dollar  mine in the near future.  'Tho Double Eagla Compaoy n.ade  some highly encouraging strikes dur  ing the winter, large ore bodies of  shipping grade having been uncovered  on two or three properties. The Double  Eagle, which is a development company, is the lucky possessor of two or  three properties any one of which is  capable of making a second Nettie L..  and tho company expects to bo on the  London market before many months  with two or more developed mines.  Ferguson is looking up. Several new  buildings have sprung up since the  Herald's lust visit. The hotels and  stores aro doing well, though there are  too many hotels���������five���������for the business  to be done at present. Everybody,  however, is extremely hopeful.   .  Tlie Imperial Bank which recently  opeped ip the Nettie L, block is doing  a satisfactory business, with excellent  Erospects for the futuie. Its manager  tr. McDonald, is outward bound on a  matrimonial mission, the prospective  bride being an Edmonton young^lady.  Mr. McDonald is a. populai-and efficient  bank manager,  Revelstoke   Rifle    Association.  On Wednesday March 3th, there wns  ���������i hugely attended meeting held in the  city hall, for the purpose of completing  work of organization, election of  officers, and general business, Mr. D.  O. Lewis in the chair.  . The chairman announced amidst  much applause tbat lha necessary  number ol signatures, forty, had been  duly secured to service toll, -and'  ini-inlicrs hivurn in before a Juhtice of  the Peace.  The objects ofthe association having^  been discussed, the meeting proceeded'  to appoint ollh ers and tho following  were duly fleeted:  Hon Presidi-nit, T. Kilpatrick.  President, II. A. Brown.  Vice President, Dr. Carriilhi-is.  Captain, D. O. Lewis.  1-1. Lieutenant. B. Lawson.  2.id. Lieut, and Secretary, W. Foster.  Treasurer, A. E. Phipps.  Committee, 11. N. Coursier, ��������� W. M.  Lawrence.  Il was decided to forward necessary  documents etc., loOIIicer Commanding'  Distiiet at once, in order to ens'ire  rifles and ammunition heing supplied  in ample time for the season's practice,  and also that membership fee should  be (medullar per annum.  The meeting then   adjourned.  The verv large attendance and ��������� thp.  enthusiasm of the members augur well'  for ihe success of the organization.      '.  The District officer having ruled  that service roll need not be sent .forward with application I'or enrollment,  the roll will lie opi-n for signature a  short while longer and has been-'left'  for lhat panose at the- court house,"  Mr. F, Fraser. government agent, will  administer the oath to all who wh.li to  he. urns mtmbeip aiid they- are'  requested to present themselves without delay.  LATEST NEWS  C. P. R. Mountain Resorts  The Canadian Pacific Railway Comt  pany are calling for tenders for an'  hotel at Emerald Lakp, B. C, a poin-  six miles from Field, in the very heart  of the mountains. The new structure'  will ho completed by June 1. lt will be  of two stories and contain 20 bedrooms  dining and smoking rooms. The 'new  house will hi* known as an annex of the  b g Field hotel and will be a source of  greatconvenien'ce to mouniain climbers  and olher tourists who after a six or.  eight mile tramp do not caie to return  to Field for (ho night. Tendeis foj  tho new hotel will be opened on  Saturday. -    .  The big railroad company also intend  making extensive additions to - the;  hotel at Banff, which will be separated  froin, the present house by a fire proof  corridor. . The new structure will be  about JSW-by. W)-Jind contain upwards of*  100 rooms. Last season ihe B mff ho(i������l  was crowded to its capacity during the  entire "season anil'with the present  proposed,addition the tiaveling public  will'be amply .-ici-oniiiiudaled. lor this  will be opened on March loth.  The Etruria -at the Azores.���������  Stampede to Pelly River.���������A  Terrible Railroad Catastrophe,  in Texas.���������Other Wirings.  Livi.iti'ooi,. MaichS.���������The disabled  steamer Etruria was expected tu arrive  at I he A/.o'v.s Islands last night.  Ottawa, March 8.���������Thu Dominion  Government has decided tu establish a  Bureau of Milieu.  Vancouvhh, March S ���������Thn arrivals  at Vancouver from Skiigiv.ir report  that there is a rush ou fnun Dawson  and other points to the old lVlly Kiver  district.  London, March 8.��������� Telegrams from  Capetown report that Ihe condition of  Cecil Rhodes as most, grave.  Madrid. March S.���������Spanish t newspapers are ' discussing the possible  necessity of prolonging the regency,  owing to' the incapacity of King  Alphunso to exercise the functions ol  sovereign,  Duiir.iN, March 8.���������By the death of  his uncle, John Redmond, M. P..  inherit? large but heavily encumbered  eslatfs in Ireland.  ADEN", Maich S.���������Cholera has broken  out among the pilgrims at Medina.  One. hundred and ten deaths* have  occurred.  Galveston-, March 8���������The Southern  Pacific westbound express was wrecked  yesterday near Sanderson. Texas. The  firemen, engineer and 30 passengers  were killed aud many injured. Ihe  entire train was ditched and burned.  A broken rail.was the cause.  Washington,-Manh 8.---The German object in Prince Henry's visit to  the United States is said to be to secure a German naval,station in the  Caii'ibean Sea to protect German  interests in the South ' American  republics.  '  -Fresh eggs at A.N. Smith's.  TRADE MEETS  The Executive Council Met On*  Thursday Morning.���������Lengthy  Correspondence From- Other  Boards Disposed of. _  -' The ' "executive committee of the  Boiftd of Trade';niet 'on " Thursday  morning in the council chamber. CF.  Lindmark,-president, C. M. Field, F.  H.TYo;jng,"~LT: Brewster.G. S. Mt-..  Carter'iind C. E. Shaw, secretary; ";  ���������The correspondence" included'', a  number of ' e'o'minunicalionsj-from  different boards of trade throughout  Canada, some of which .were dealt  with'and some laid" over., A 'letter  from the Oi'illia board aekitig to havo  resolutions "endorsed in favor of nn  Imperial preferential tariff and a reduction on postage rates on periodicals  from the old country, was referred to  the executive of the Associated Boaid  with a request that they take steps to |  get the views of the various boards I  belonging to the association on these  important matters.  The Toronto board wanted a resolution endorsed to the effect that in view  of a possible imposition of duty on  food stuffs iu Great, Britain, il would  Ua wise to give Canadian wheat a  preference by allowing it to ciiU*r  free, whicli resolution was endorsed.  The Inland board at Kamloops  asked for a request for a trail from the  mouth of the Clearwater to Horsefly  to he endorsed by the Board, whii h  wnsdoiip.  A letter was read from the gold  commistionur asking several questions  relating to the trail from Goldstream  to Canoe river and the extension up  Downie creek asked for. He wanted  to know the length in miles, estimated  cost of the proposed trails, whether  they would be of public or merely  private benefit and how many claims  would be served by them.  Snme very caustic comments" were  made on the catechism in view of the  fact that the ' information asked for  has beeu supplied to the Lands &  Works Department hy the Board over  and over again, although this .very  information should be in possession of  the government oHicinls fuller and  better than anyone else in the country  . A government that undertakes to  publish maps and vet does not know  the distance"between two creeks, that  pays officials to do nothing else but  record claims and yet does not know  where to look to find out the number  of claiuiSiin a district, that has been  building trails for the last Inilfceni ury  and yet has to ask for information us  to their cost, certainly lny������ itself open  to criticism. However, the Board  wanted tha trails worse than it wanted  to. jack up the shortcomings of the  powers that be at Victoria, so it was  finally decided to answer that it was  50 miles from- Goldstieam to Canoe  river, and the proposed extension up  Downie would he ten. theso trails to be  constructed, for -$5,000 and $1,000  respectively, for the pnblic benefit and  each serving some 25 claims.  "The Board then decided to meet  every other Thursday'in the (oorteil  chamber at 10 a.m., commencing with  20th.inst.," and adjourned."/"'.' _-._���������'��������� _',_  AROUND THE  Notice  Parties wishing to communicate  with me cun address me al Kamloops  for the rest .'of this month. "My  permanent address is P. O. Box Hlo.  Vancouver.- This address will always  find me. . -   HOWARD KING.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway "Men Picked, up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  It is announced that Mr Bury, supt.  of the Crow's Nest Ry. has been  appointed assistant general superintendent of the C, P. R. at North Bay.  James Anderson, editor of the  Similkiimeen Star, has been appointed  General Traffic Superintendent of the  Victoria Terminal Railway, in succession to T. W, Patterson.���������Vancouver  Ledger.  A new ollice, lhat of Manager, has  hwen created on thu Grand. Trunk.  General Superintendent * McGuigan  has been appointed to fill it. He  becomes second lo C. M. Hays, in  authority.  The trackmen of the C. P. R. will  reopen negotiations with the company  on March lo, and several members of  the committee, especially thos* from  thu coast sections are now. on theii'  way lo Montreal,  R. Marpole, general superintendent  of the C.P.R., with his two sons Dot  and Richard and tbe Mfsses Salsbury,  sail on March 20th for Montreal. They  will spend about a week in the mountain city and are expected to reach  Vancouver during the thiid week In  April.  The engineering division of the N. P.  which now extends from Helena,  Mont., to tho Sound with headquarters'  at Tacoma is to lie divided into two  divisions, one with Spokane as headquarters. B. E. Palmar, formerly viipU  of bridges and buildings on the Rocky  Mountain division, will be in charge.  The Tri-weekly Imperial Limited  trains to cross the .continent over the  C. P. R. next summer will consist  almost exclusively of palace, sleeping  and dining cars and will'carry neither  mails n'or express, which will be taken  by regular passenger trains. The new  trains will be magnificently equipped  on the lines adopted for the royal  trains. -       ���������  Tho telegraphers employed   on   the  Canadian'Pacific railway system hava  completed their new schedule comprising   the    rate*,   of    pay   "and   other  conditions -of employment  and-the)-  document.-will   be  presented    to  the  company    by   a   general. committee .  representing the. men   on   March,.24."  The men ask that a   minimum  salary,  which iu now $40  per month; onV;'the  eastern division be increased to 963 ahd,..  the o'peratoison the western'���������" envision,'  'where living expenses are greater, ask .  that their rate be slightly in excess  of  this.    The Northport News says:  "Later advicps state that the new  Canadian Pacific branch will cross, the"  Ued Mountain railway just across ' the  Columbia river from Northport and  thit a division point is selected at the  mouth of Sheep creek near town. The.  reason for this is'said to be'because the  ground at this point is owned .by  Spoknne'capitahsts, 'who control the  valnablo-waterpower of Sheep. Creek  falls and intend to use its power in the  operation"of large reduction 'works 'at  thc point mentioned, above. The  preliminary surrey for the new railway down the north side of the west  side of the Columbia river will commence within a short time."  Gent's Furnishings,   Ready-Made Clothing,  Boots and Shoes.  THERE ARE ARRIVING AT OUR STORE EVERY  day, consignments of New and Fashionable Goods in the  above lines. We arc unpacking them, marking them at close  figures and arranging for display. Another big "consignment is  expected in a few days which will about"complete one of the largest  and best selected stock of Dry Goods, Etc., in the City. - All New  and up-to-date goods.  Wait for an announcement in this space for full particulars.  COUNTY COURT.  The Docket Disposed of By Judge Forin  on Wednesday's Sitting of the Court.  Cancelled vs, Berrarduccio.���������Action  for $52.50 for   money;  paid.   * Action  dismissed���������withoutr:-"costs"r~^Scott���������ior���������  plaintiff. MeCarter for defendant.  C. R. Scott vs. Pool,���������-"Action for  $188 for work on building in 1897. The*..  defence was that the work was improperly done and the Judge gave judgment  for $30 and costs, disallowing, the  balance of the claim. Scott for plaintiff. MeCarter for defendant.  Several other cases were adjourned,  till next Court by consent.  The following Chamber application*  weie nlso disposed of.  Re W. R. Stephens deceased.���������Order  made appointing G. S. MeCarter administrator of the estate which  amounts to some.$1830.  Re Guerin Infants.���������Order made  appointing Sirah B. Guerin guardian  of the three infant children of J. T.  Guerin deceaaed. G. S. MeCarter for  applicant,  Re Thomas Wallace estate.���������Order  made on petition of executor to pass  accounts and for discharge, Account*  referred to Registrar for audit. G, S.  MeCarter for tbe executor Mr. Phipps.  Turner k Co. vs. Cowan et al.���������  Order made for examination of defendants before Registrar. MeCarter for  plaintiffs.   Scott for defendant's.  Alton vs. Haskell.���������Order made for  successive summons to issue and to  serve summons by advertisement.  Caley ts. Haskell.���������Same order as  above.   McCaiter for plaintiff,    ���������'  }  !  j, _  f ���������  $'���������  ���������t  7i\  ,'  v.4  ���������'.tr  REID & YOUNG  Promptly  Solicited  The Esther Cantata  The tenors and basses are invited te  attend a practice Monday night at the  residence of Mrs. C. J. Wilkes.   The  chorus is now complete.  All the lady members of the Bather  chorus are particularly requested, to  attend a practice in the Methodist  church tonight at.8 .o'clock. The costumes for the cantata are to b*  discussed^  n Wt*'-.L.-..i:Sits3,.;'<w.--.V.**.v4,������-'i,  amaTamaamm  ���������'���������A J  ���������*,  IIT  ir  Published Hy  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co*  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Miui'i*,'!!'!*; lHreclor.  A Semi-Weeklv Joiirnnl publiflied 1" I'"'  interests, of tlio railway men. inlninu tosti xxxxtx  "ir-lncs*; men of the West. Diiy*. of I'liblii'uilun  Wednesday and Saturday.  .UlVl.inlalNU iiati:s.  Dlsplavii(H.,?l..-.Oper inch;   sinKli? ooliiiiin  %-2  per   Mii'lr   -   whon inserted    on  till*.1    iin-ji*  for lirst insertion;   5 cents for eneli  aoiminni i  nse I on    Local notices Wajnivjer Mm. em J.  is.siio.    liirth,   MurriiiBO   unil  Peiith    -Noun..-  free.  SrilSCKIITIOS  I'.ATl'.-i.  Ill-mall or t*n-rter,  U per iiiimim', ���������fl.'Jo for  iix months, slnclly 1" advance.  OCR JOB l-KI'.U'.T.MK-ST.  to.   Hive iis ii trial on yonr next onie  TO COI!UK*>l*OSI>KNr  Alt.  conlribiili'd a ilnllnr. The only ,'ip-  ���������i.uvnl I'-xcoptioii to this policy of  I'ontempl. and uibhiiy was the Crow's  Xi'<L railway t-ubsidy. Thi.*. Dominion  xprnditure is often quoted lo piove  tli:iU.tlu* Laurier government is fully  aliw lo the devi'lopmi'ut of UrilU'h  Columbia, lint Lhc money was really  viiU'd in onli'i' lo wili-dy llu* wholesale,  merchants of .Montreal, who were  getting afraid lhat lhc tribute derived  from 'Ih-ili-h CnliimhU should slip  from their fmgfi's and be diverted to  Vancouver.  The fault is the fault of llio' electorate. People who deliberately persist  in sitting in to a skin game need not  go looking for sympathy when they  are skinned. A. constituency like  Kootenay, which wilfully and wilh its  eyes open returns a .st tilled dummy to  vote blind for Laurier, h.is'no posjii.lc  kick coming foil when its claims fur  recognition are ignored.    'Why shou'd  ; att7-2Bss3z&33Sisztt'rt-iFzrmxii&^  Fr'i  ^vr^vTXt'j^ri'j^BimJSSBSt  iS  Ground! Floor otnanc������ to isuisd a, s-Qrtuite  The fouiidntiun should be laid by buying Real Estate in the now Town of  We   Invito  corrcpondcnco on  any mi-'KcJ    Lmirier, Tillie el ill., spend :uiy money  nMnu-re-*   to tho nenenil public.     Ill all eiiMSs* I  PhiMiona'lide name ol llie writer  must accom-    in    [Cool-may.      The     i*ol!.'itilui*ni*y   :.*-  .inv��������� iiamibcrliit.    but    noi  ���������leccs-.nrily  loi .���������,.,. , .      ,       ,,- ���������   , ,  pi licailon. practicallv dislranchi-scd.    \\ u  inigli!  -Address all communications to tbo Manage:  NOTICE TO COISllESl'OSDESTS.  1_.11    correspondence    lniiht   be   legibly  written on one side ol tliu paper only.  ���������������������������-Corro-ipondoiico     containing      personal  mailer must be signed with the proper  name  o< tbe writer.  ' G. E. GKOGAS,"Editor.  '"    '" -���������i-������w������al*������������imw'������������**'MWagg  TT~fi_TTTP B,1 r WI FWB'h ��������� l TT"���������***������w*ss-J  <&6  itunic riirhtat* lhu Doors of nil thc b\imous Fisli Creel*: Gold Mines,  I?n     Bra IR, /C^-^S^Cfh  Satuuuay,  March S, 1002.  VIRTUE ITS OWN REWARD  ��������� Having ������|iiile recently, thanks to the  electorate of Victoiia, returned a fifth  member to swell Sir "Wilfrid  Laurier's  division   list,    this   province    is   immediately rewarded by havinp; doled  out to it a total appropriation for all  Dominion public works  to be undertaken in this province during 1002 of  about 8100,000.   This magnificent sum  is   all   the     Laurier     government  is  prepared   to expand   in  assisting  the  development   of    British     Columbia  during the coining year.    Ono hundred  thousand   dollars   is   the   exact  sum  which   thc   Revelstoke   delegation   is  asking   for the   improvement of the  ���������upper river.     They will have t.o break  Iho appalling nature of their request.  ._  to the Minister of Public Works very  gently or ho will   have   a   stroke  of  apoplexy.  it has become quite obvious that thc  policy adopted by the electorate of  ��������� this province of returning candidates  in touch' with thc Dominion government has failed to connect. If every  British Columbian member in the  house was in opposition, it is inconceivable that even the Laurier govern-  '   ment would  have   the  impudence to  just as well be without, auy representative as havo the one we have  got. Thoy need* all the money in  sight to make themselves solid in the  constituencies in lhu east. All llioy  have Ui do here is to postpone the  election for a mouth after Lhu rest and  pass around lhe old jolly aliout il  being best to be on the winning s'ide.  People, whose voles can be gained  that easy, need not look for anything  more. AVe are (he easy mark of the  Dominion and what wc get we surely  deserve���������the merry ha ha.  FIFTEEN minute."  BBS. Vff^^tff I <Q? S Wrtuc ivoni Misiii St.  GOTiDFIELDS, will take yon to thc mouth ol' tho big  y.uOO  loot tunnel on  the Funious Camborne Group, or  V,    on to tho Goldbug Group.  YOUR   OPPORTUMTY   is now  io   buy   nt   tho  bottom figures and you will  gel   tlio  advantage  of  the  CS.  iJB  SP*"  FROM one.to two  hours' walk*   will  Home more fr  take you to the Big Goldsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wide'West, Beatrice"uid Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties 'that wi'l adveitiae the Fish Creek  Camp,- in H.'O.  THIRTY minutes   walk    will   take  "you"   to  the  Famous Eva, Impoiial and Oj'stcr Groups.  I    raise that is sure to come next year.  'investigate ahd YQ0 will be prepared tg take the ghamge.  224 LOTS KBW SURVEYED AHB READY FOR TKE GSABKET m A FEW DAYS.  E_8  History of Lady Cook  Lady Cook, the widow of a  weallhy  Kiij_.li.sh  aristoer.it,   is  causing iinilo ������  stir in London as an advocate of social  reform in   England and  she  propose.-.  vo duvoli1   bur   large   incoinu"  to   tlu*  Leaching of  her  views and i������;oiiiotins  piacLical charily.    Uuraiinisto leach  peoplo   that  the hnnian   body   is   tin*  Leinple  of   God.      Away  hack in   tin*  latter pari   of" llie li flics   Lady   Cook  was   known   in   Cincinnati,   Ohio,  a-*  Tennessee Olallin.    She and hoc s>i*>tcr.  Victoria WouilhuU',    who    lali-r   aUii  liiiirriud an Knglish lord, weie.  fortiiiii:  Lclleis  who  lived   in   a   skv pai lor in  Cincinnati,   where   lhey   profess-cd lo  i'������ad   the  Cortiiiius'in 'lhc stars, in llu*  groiiiuls of the teacup or in  lhe rani**,  for fifty cents to each  soekai'.   -Their  customers were largely women   of  the  slreel and  the   darkeys,   anrl   il  was  said of them Lhat  lhey   in uie  quite   a  living.    Tennesee and  Iipi- sister were  bright girls who aspired Lo something  more Lhan common fortune tellers, for  during war limes they moved  to  Xew  York and made money hand over   list.  Through  some  lucky  investments  in  Wall'street,  made hy  some   of   lheir  admirers,   who   were   ������������������.tuck    hiokeis,  ,���������~-,-Tr-^,^',(.r!,..i~tv'a<mrrmB2SZtibi&l������i  Z.iHZEZBZSZZZa2������iSZi&i-Z  joal agent;  REVEILS^l '  CANADIAN  PAC  3STOTIG.II]  TBAIK3 LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  EASTBOUND - 8":20.  WESTBOUND i 7:3������  SOUTHBOUND....   S:io  TOURIST CAR SERVICE  to st. vmi  Sundays, Wednesdays, Fridays.  Montreal ancl Boston���������   ...FRIDAYS  Toronto���������  . ..SUNDAYS,    '        -  ���������  '  .and   WEDNESDAYS  NOTICK���������'Hint sixty iliiys nfier ditto I inloml  tu ki������},1v lo lhe Chief ffunuiissiuiior of  Liuids and \Vurki fur i/unnls-ion I'i imri'lii****.*  lUnncrus of Inncl ������Iiii:ili:>>ii tin: NiiriliuuM Arm  nl Arrow I.uku, in llu* DiMrU'L of Wsl ICoou;-  iuiv li.C, aiul ilchcriljcil ns lollows:  ('cMiiinuiii-Ini; fnun S.W. corner of l.ol Illl,  IhciU'O North n-.trouoinii'til 'ixx i*lniiil**' thein**.'  Wu������i Wi eliuins; ihuiu-u Komli llu eliiiliix nn-  liroximiuely; tlicii'ii; I'-UM rhniiis -\oiili-  I'^iii-iui'lv lo poinl of 1-o.miieiu'oniem.  1-iiliP. UOIHNSON*.  icb. j-tf 0. U.SKl'.SE, Age  t.  fi:i*:i*: i.l'.s :,i!*:i*.r:j a i.i. ti:.w\-k.  I*'1HS*T CLASS   A!.*"l).\I:.If)aATIiJN*.  liliATKU  11V  HOT AI It.  HEASOXAllLK  MATES.  .Certificate of Improyeiiients.  .   EJ:-0'*?n ������2. GuerSn, Preps.        ",   ,  - EIjKCTRHJ HELr.H AN'D LHiHT IN JfiV lVllY I-TaO-M.  liouisi.Y si'n;*:i*:'i' <;ah  3LHHTS  Al.I. TliAISS.  liAll Wrci.l. SUI'I'LIICO  IIY THE'CirOICEST  WIXI5S,- I.IlJUOliS  AND  CIOAIIS     .   .   ..'._.  Tenncbee anil her s'u-tei* moved  up  to  spend less than one hundred thousand I r*_as*y sli eel and left a**,li olopty. and   tin  dollars in puhlic works in  one year  in  the province.     They   would  scarcely  dare to return us a more trifling  ' proportion of the three millions and  -more, which   is our annual  contrihu-  tion to the Dominion  treasury,   than  they do at present.    They cannot wipe  us off the map of Canada in preparing  their hudgeljaltogether.although, they  goas far in   that   direction   as their  miserable, narrow-minded indifference  to the claims of the west will  permit.  And yet the old gag is  trotted  out, at  every election. Maxwell and the mint.  Vancouver got-its Oilaxwell. hut the  ~~m iFt~somelTow,"\vcn t~el ������o wl 1 ere;    Th e  rest of the province gets its government supporters hul the government's  support of oiir infant industries goes to  fatten the pap fed constituencies of  New   Brunswick   and   Quebec.     Our  lea grounds and liie card*, to llie  fortune-lclling fakirs. They dn'o'-led  in literature and published a weekly  paper in New \oik city that was very  broad in its fiee love tendencies. One  of the gills, we have forgotten which,  married a Col. Blood, and for a few  3-ears they lived a soil, of high-roller  life. At the time of the Beecher-  Tilton scandal lhey Look ijuite a  prominent part, -ind by the time  Theodore Tilton was divotced from his  wife Tennieand Victoria were more or  less besmirched because of their well  known views on free iove. Xew York  became an uncomfortable place for  them lo live in. and ihey linally came  into public view in London. - They  were hritiht women  who had   learned  Passengers'ticketed to all points  aL lowest rates.      -  Unite. Silver How anil I-lnel: IJii.nioiiil  .MiiieiiU Claim.-,, s liinto in the I.nrilciii: M'.niny  Divi-loii of W'cs-t ..onteniiy District:    _  Whoro r.oi*AlPd: Neur tho licuil of f.oxing-  toti Crook, n tril-utiiry of i*'u*li Crook.  'I'A.������K NOTICK (lull T, A.I'. Cin.imin-i. us,  AruiiI for lhc Double Kn;*,lo ^linilitj nml Hc-  \cIopinciiL (^oii'.jtnnv, fimitcil, of rerjrii'-oii,  li.C, I'rot* Miner's Certiiicnte No. .Il.b.ii,  intend, sixty days from llio dntc hereof, to  apply to the .������liinn������ l*oeoriior for u ('eriilieido  oi lnipi*ovomoiii*i, for the pnrpo.-c of oiiuiiiiin^  a Crown Grunt of Lhc above eliutn. ���������  And ��������� nrllicr Take >-otiec tlin.1 action, undo  Pce'.ion  :17,   inust,   bc*_i:oinmeneod   beioic tlie  ls-bnnee of Mich Certilieiuo  of lmprovonioiit*-  Diitod tlii.- twcntv-lliii'd duyof Jnnur.iy, .1.1).  1M.U..  A.P. CUMMINS, 1M..S.  Veil, o���������tf  -.^.^.*-;fj1*.i-f,.s,r'^-,c*^^:-'^fr'-'>i.'';jr&i;',"r*''*^-'^ )^*^^'n'r^*^rr-^^'^r"',*?i''5'^r^rp^^'5i5<7i!?^8!^r^  fLir\  STEAMSHIP  SERVICE  DIRECT  From Vancouver to���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  ALASKA  _r_3!--***ull information (uni  parlieulnrs upply  rg-toNeare-l C.l'.Il. Ayenl.  T. XV. Bradshaw,       Ei J* Coyle.  A7CIIt  iievclstokf  Assist. Clou.  Pass,eni;er ARi*nl  -    Vancouver.   ���������     .   -*-^  rrr. rZs^fZ^./^&.frsH.rtVStf/FX.tfaS.  lhe  lesson   of  life.   b^iliii^iTiK^a-nT^^^^^^^^'^Tp^'W^g;-  lowest round of the ladder ar.d ciitiib-!^ *"  ing up till their money and lheir  dash   ^  of 'character brought* them ir.lojpromi-  nence.    Both of lhe   women   married  Knglishmen who  were  ranked   in  Lhe  nobility   and     wilh    lar-re    incom*-"**,  ineuiberu   vote solid  for Tjiurier and   and lheir modesty has never left I !n-m  the Laurier government openly  robsU   the   background.     L..������ly   Conk  h*   ^  *,  ,        ,    ,i        i    !������������������.,���������.-������   now   roundin-     out    her    tat uev     Ia *. *-v#  tin in order to debauch  the electorate  idin^     out    her    tat uev     ���������-_��������� (  i'ovesliPg   her    income     in      teaeliini; | (^Sj)  '   of   more   populous   portions   of     the I ,,���������.��������� ,in(.   W(.men   how   lo   le:*d   )ixiro](������J)  lives.     Vrolmhly  s>be.  is   now  nloniiiK ! ^*,  il_s������ji"!g5SR!g'  Cigaf   Factory  'RKVKI.STOKK,   B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Pkop.  country nearer home with the rovenue  derived from the struggling incipient,  industries ot this province.  ���������Iiut the ca.se is even wor.se than this.  The   people of British   Columbia nr<*  themselves paying  the money which  enables the Dominion  government,  to  increa.se iUs   annual   revenue dnrived  from the province every  year,  whil������l.  leaving iu expenditure here at about  Lhe same  figure*   every  budget.    The  Provincial government is shouldering  the colossal  task of  the development  of   the     country.    H    furnishes    the  funds to m.'iV.e  po**������.ible  the   progie.*-i,  every fresh stride of  which moans an  increase to the Dominion revenue,     ft  builds the roads and   trail**),   it. Mibs,i  dizes the railw.-vs-s, itt is called upon  to  assist with cold  cash   at   every   turn,  while the Dominion liniils ils expenditure   within    thu     province,     to   the  erection   of   buildings,   in    which  its  officials   can transact   the   Dominion  '    business and a few thousand  dribbled  out    for     thc   improvement, of     the  navigable rivers.    The  large  increase  in the revenue derived hy thc Dominion     from   the   province    has    heen  ' almost  entirely due   to the  development   of   the  mining    districts,    an  undertaking which lias strained our  provincial   resources lo the verge of  actual bankruptcy, hut to which  the  Dominion     government    lnm    never  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL   ar.tl  USE  UMIOH  ALI.   GOODS    US'I ON   MAUH  ~.\^>riir- tr? ..���������?;-  IP  m  ITOTIGS.     - -  -TAKK NOTICK Unit si.\ly days afier dale I  I intend to apply to tho Chieffoiiinii.ssioner  nf 1-inidn and \*iork.s for ocrinission to'inu*  chase a. imreol of laud described as follows:  Coinineneine: at a nost maiked Alice Terr>'-  No. 1 l'ost; tlicnce" west ���������2x1 chain*--; thenee  Nortli ���������iOciiains; Iheueo ICasl iOchaiiii; thoncc:  South 10 chains to nolnt of ('Oiiiinenccincnt.  Thi? fraction of lnnif i*ciiiiim*nf*<*������ North of ll.  I*. I'ci'i't's pi'c-cni[iiioii following McKon/.ic's  Norlli-Wost Line, -.oiituiiiiiis about SU acres,  more or lo*-*,.*.  ALICE I'liltltY.  Go;dtlcld:=, Nov. '^7,1001. Uce l-.lm  m  m  B  S  V-.-rJ  prime beef.   .pork.   rh>ton., sausage.  - '".", hsh-'and' game in season.  rt.--r^K-^r''''r^r^-r^r?';:^rT^rcJ^,r[r^r^t^^^^r^rr-^f>x tii:??rtt!tft>Iff?r^)&ftKi^r3^rtGXl!3*>rm  cSLiliim^^^.'iLiifiii&SJ^Miii.'vitiri.i-i-'jtvi'-^cj'it &i'&!y&Sw^t5,.&^v;-,vw>Wv^*lM>S*2  jsroTiairi:  NOTICE is hereby Riven that 110 days inter  dale I intend to apply to the Chief l.'nni-  nii*-*-ioiie]'of Lands and Works for ]ieniii-sion  to t'lilimtl currv awav tiinher from the follnw-  lngile������*cribcil lands:���������Coininoiioing al a posi  nl thc sontli-en*.t corner of Honor F. Perry's  pre-emption, marked "Southeast corner of  tiin!;er-!ii!'.il-ai!p!!ed-fO!'_by^-l:'_J,^.Ue!<-lsi]_ill-_.;  tlicnce west-111 clniins; tlienee norlh 100 ehalns;  llicnec oast III clmins to H*-li Creek; tlicnce  following theineaiiilerinns of Klsli Creek 11,0  chains to point of commencement; conliiiniiiK  010 acres, more or less.  F.J. ('.OLD-SMITH.  Thomson's I-andins,', October Itiih, 1001.  T35ViE= TABLE  for her s-in of teaching free love m ihi* j ^  N'ew Yoi'kois away hack duriiif.' iv.ir \ ^  (li'*y-'!' j!? , ,T- rj-, fr- <rs 1T>'/%:*������>C"- ���������??;"ii". "G^M  The Carnes Creek Consolidated'   Gold Mines,  Limited.  XOTK'K is.iii-:iiKi:Y<iivi-:*J'!ii *'i 'i-tK i *          ���������  iV.i:i"������^.rM���������u:���������!!.������v.MS S. A������CHER OR S. S. I.AKDEAU  will be hi Id at lht* O.mpuiy .- culh-c. ,tt , _      Ui'VoNlol.'*. Hiiri-ib   Cohuiiliia   on   ih<**!  Iltlulavof Jl.in-h. 1002. al. two o'cluck-j    n,,noinl.    -.,!������.oi  A���������������������������������������������*������J'"';  ..'/J]?.:'!}''',  inthP  .'flf.nnon,   for.be   ,...!���������,*<.:-   of   l-n-.-.n :������...; 'wft. *. "ZZ"'^ VirnlK  (.|,.,:iinK'>ITic.*i'*. I"'"' I*''"  fnhiunK   year |    ->>   -������'���������.  and   I'or   all   other   geiu-ral   pur,,o^"*       '"  W'lalihg   Lo  the   Mnnagotm-.'t.  ...   In-1 ^^^.y^'^:..ui{r^  ������'-'^'  (j,T|u"mt;sfci- Pixmii ni ill-   (.'..n.pj'ny {   \' ;;/;.'������,' ^V'' ^.^V'i '-'? iTJ-.l"?!���������.  will In* i-lo-fd tliiiiiiKthc four|.<fii flay-i ,    M,.v  iiriliiodi.ilflv  preceding   l.hi.-s   Mi-'-l mj-'. ; **i'.".i  I. T. P/ltKWKTi*::;. j    Tmcvi **r. .-������������������-nrv: th"  Secret.ivy-     '. of ...iii*n** *., liiiout noti"--   ��������� (1  Uovel'df-ke. IlC:., Feh. 21ih, l������i*s*:.      | Tho FrcJ RoSinson lumber Co., Limited  NOTICE-  TAKE NOTICF. that fill days nfier date 1  intend to applv to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for pennisslon to purchase  the followin*-f desciibv'l luiuls;  Coiiimeiwinic at n P"**t marked "I*. M<*Adams'  . o.i l'ost,-' sitiiul,; clt.*..* in  iho   old   line   of  Mill  .'.*  Urimt ford's  pr inptlon,   KMi  Creek,  ilieiM*-.* iitirln In cliauis, llieiue iicaLUU ehainii,  llicnec south -Hf chain*', tlicnce cast 'ill chains  to point of i*oi:ii!ii*iicciii.*nt.  r.nlilfich!-*, .Inn !������lb. I'.u:.  B. Mi'An.i'.l.  UII^IJCTWllWJWIIiJMIMUHJIIiJlllll.,  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITUO  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  "Wo iiive pur;:h:isi'i's for all hinds of motalliforoua mines nnd in'ds-  paui ���������<. .'uul di-isiro lo buiii' from pro.ipoulor.s unil others paying property  for sale. , *.'';-        , .  Our f.i*;ilitio-*i I'or miking tpiiidi sales are unrivalled.  ttjiid us roporls; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Oflice.  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.  I', c. Bk  Nelson, B. O.  ���������i _.* . .i .j..uum.)iiMLmim  II. (I. l'.Ulf-ON. I'r.'Mdent.  M. J.' O'llTVIEN, MnnaiiliiR Director  NOTICE,  TAKK N'C'IICU thnt G'J 'I<i>s nfier date I  i Intend to mijilvl'i llie Chi**f Coviiiil-isloncr  ol I.mi'l*. ii'.'l V.'ori,*' for piiNiil-don lo cut ami  carry n.tiiv tiinb-T froin tho lollowiiiK ilc--  ciib-d l������mln:'  Coioiii������iii!hk nl u po-.t inurked ,'oj"*r 1*.  I'-n*.'i mm! 1,".wl corner po������tt*ltnate iila--.il -00  fi-i-t lrorn Si'iUi Ure k, llicnec ������>l *Io t-lnitn*-:  tlicnce j'orth l'.'i cniiMi*;; th-i.c'-cait *IC t hains;  -.linn*,- inulli KM clmiic*, I.i the place of coin-  ,ne:icc,,.e..i;coni.iln.n,������in������cr������rVi,Kul,.._  Otilufluhll. K. li- Oct   17.ll. i;illl.        Nov. C-t I.  ine Revelstoke Wine"and.Spirit;Co.'  '" Liniiloil I.iiibllitV-.        ... -.     ,:!;-;  Carry a lull and eomplcto line o������ ' '���������  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Gins,  -  Ports, Shcrics, Clarets, Champagne, Liquors  imported and Domestic Cigars. ���������   _ . , ���������   '      -   s,  fCll-,,!-    V..  I*.   I'.  ,-r, *_n'l Tr.niM.  1 t', f ,,iii*/c lim*:*, i  The Prince Mining and Df-y;lop-    a ^^-^-j-cj  ment Co., Limited Liability.      i^geilDb  "Wanted!!  NOTI(;i5 IH l-'-KIMCP-V OIVKNUimL  thu aniui.il general meetinj,' "������)f th"  Shiiri-holders of the above naincd  Company will be l,i:ld in l.lio f-'.iii-  pnr.y's oir.t-.-, I''ir*?l. Htri'id, Hr-vi lsK.kf*.  fj  (':    on WetliK-hdnv. UieTwelltli day  ofMareh, A,D-, 1HEJ. ^' ^' 1',,,"���������������l  twoo'ulor.kin the aflernoon, for he  purpose or nlcctiriR ollieers tor the  ciisuiriK ywn'.������"������* f,"'il11 '���������tl"-'i,P*������-|"''l,-B  ri-lafmK  lo   the   Matiaf.enienl.  ol   (he  c'!iinp''ii,y*  The Transfer Hook of the Company  wi I ho closed during the fourteen days  imll���������.diately preecdinK such  iiicetmff.  Dated at Rcvel������loke. ������*<U., ������������h iltl.  dav of l'-ehi nary. A.p., 1"02,  -������������������ ������������������ 3.M. SfJo-rr,  ..���������'.. Secretary,   ,  Lady or Gentleman!!  To i'ppri"*ent, the old reliable  London Ai I���������iiii.i-h!i'i! Life,  Tbo Children's l^iulmvinent,  and ten payim-nt bond policieP,  '    ''���������'''  .Most   pin fills   nre   willing   to  fjivt* their boys   i  st ml  in  life  bv tnkiiiK an entlowiiu-iit made  iiayable at njie Vt).   p.iyiiiff  the  picii'.ium tuilil the bny   in  able  to raiiy it himself.  OKI). I). SCOTT.  Manager for !'..<*.~N"ith������'i.'Kl.���������Yukon  Vancouver, B.C.  Certificate of Improvements  IJ.-.PEm.U U.,        IHPEiHAL FKACTIOW  AHU SURPRISE MIIIERAL CLAIM3.  (���������.'���������ii-.'.i- is- thi: i'i,\ i-.i ito .,: minis';  O    I i'i y l  ,'oa o! IV i* I l.'i.-.l-l"iy  l)|������lrli-t.  '.'. '.,!:,���������   Locuttil:     On   i;.*v-P>;.e Mmiiilalii,  i*,!,- I'**n,l 0,-it Iiiiniii** Cri'ii*.  'I tkl. N'llii'-!'. that I. '���������'". H. McOird'r  notiiiK a-, r/.-i,i fn"*.' I', '.raliiiin, Fn ���������: Miii*!'-  (Vittricnt* Nn. Ii. .Wi mi'l for W. ll.VIcltcf.  Kri- Mimr'- ' .-rlliit ate >n. f,.t-2X, int-ln! i*.  da-.Kiro.c (i.i* .!n"- lo-r,*-if to npp!:-' to '"''  Mln.nrf J!"..r.l.*r f-*r ','< r;li:''.i'*"*, of Inip.-ovi-  im.ni-> f*-r 'In* pori'"*"' of oMnlnln.' i.'n.v.n  Crant- of th- al,...,', tr in*.  AT-JD I'fl'TII! ft r.\K|.; NnriCK that   r.c'i-ni  under Hc.-ti"ii-.7, m.i-t l,c . onnni ncerl   bi-fort  tl.c lysmii'i1  incnu.  Puled tliH ltilli'davof r. brnnrv. A.ft. l'.-02.  Fel. JU-tf Ceo. 3."McCtirter.  ,'ilte f-ii' our in'eie.stinr; books " Invent-  Jor'.i lii-'p" nn 1 '* Hntv j'on ore owlndled/v  Ve-il u . a roii*:li Mtetcli or model of your in-?  /vention oi improvement anil wc will tell your  [free our n;*i;ilnii ,i--to wlictlicr il i'i probably'  )i;il<-iiinlilc Hrli-cled i.ppllcntlonsliavt.oft'.n?  11 /been Mii-ci**.*.fiillv pro-ee'.iled by ui. V.'e/  K-oildi:cl Inlly eticijipcd ollii'ch in Montreal?  lillul W.t ln'i'fjtoii; lliiariiialifics in to Jirointit-J  )l7 dlsji-il'-'li work nml tfiicklv-- cr.rc I*alelils?  i.i- l.ro nl a, the !avc-r.l- n. II-i;!iest rcfiienecs/  JfiiTil-Iir-l. , . ...,.<  S l-..T.*'iit*- Jtrrc.v.r*! tlirr-r.-*,! ^lanol* fi 7..tx 1  Jrii-n tl-c* Ii - rii -t-'.M r.*.,liC-- n ili-.'---.ii i-liflt^** in ?  [over ir.,, -i \,,\ *i;*e:i, tli.nibiili.il lliiuiii_lioiil/  ) Specinlty: - P-.li*! t l.c.'-nc*..! of Kanufac-;  ��������� Huicii.eaf i.iif.i.ii'ci-i.  MARION & P.IARION  ; Pa-.ee.t CxiJcrL nr.cl Saliciiors. .  Wi��������� '    N-v. Vo;': l-il.* Ulrt'K, nnnlmtlC  ^OJflcci:   i    Atl*nitlci:i0;r,v,-���������3!iin*/tonI).C.<  THE CITY EXPRESS  , E. \V. B. Paget, Prop.  4  I'roroiil delivery of<rarcels, bftRgnge, etc.  to any part of tlie city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  ''l   Certilicile   ol ln���������,n,v,-   |      ALEK.KCf.EAH     Ci    GO  0������ Al-ciiI*' for tlie  NOTICE.  KnK'ineer-5. Kiremen. M,u liinit-ts and  "Electricians- st.*i.d for 10 pa;_fe pimphlel  containing ipiestinn.^ asked by Ex  aiiiininp Hn.iul t>f lCnt;ini-(>r.s lo obtain  Kngineers license. Address Geo. A.  Zcller. Publisher. 18 S. (th St.. St.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.  Mason &Risch.Pianos  ~  OFFICE AT  | J, n'cLeod's Residence  SKCOND STREET,   EAST.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  All order-* left nt 11. M. Smythc's Tobacco  tore, or bvTulopboue No."'will receive prompt  tientioii.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Itelail Denier in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish aad Game in Season.... -   -  All orders promptly flUad.  ^"..ftt&u * SBYB&S5GEB, B.fJ. an  $  $7  ���������*&&tr^J*jri>.MH*&&KK^^  The Smelting Centre of the Similkamecn Valley. Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies ancl lhc Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by thc following resources: Coal, gold, copper, silver and a fine agricultural country.    Large heeds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a climate almost southern  and all that could be asked.  ASL1NOKA is owiied and hacked hv I.he payroll of the Similkamecn Valley Coal Company, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. The equipment and development or their coal mines, installing  of water, electric light and power plants, are already ai'iunged for. The development oT the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine* hy 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 aaid Great Prosperity  m  Lots in Ashnola are safe investments. Tn Blocks 1 to -1 and 13 to 20 the price will be advanced 25c.  pei mont.h until .May 1st, 1002, and to ten per ������ent. in lhe remaining block*. The present price is trom fcoll to  $22.1.    Twentv-five per cent, cas.li, three, six and nine months without interest.  Arrangements are alreadv completed for Kight buildings, including cottages lor the Employees ot  the company at Ashnola.    This work will be undor full headway by May 1st.  Four venrs ago the Crow's "Nest Shares could bethought, and were st  quele;l at $S0.0*i     wii'i. . I,., .ulvi.nt. nf tv.-iiisiini-tiiUnn.  Siniilk.'inieen  Valley  Coal  can   be delivered  at any  point in "West ]  ir venrs ago the Crow's Nest Shares could bethought, and were sold at 11 cents, io  1.00. With the advent of transportation, .Siniilk.'inieen Valley Coal can be dehv  t Kootenav or Yale as cheaply as hy any other Company in Canada.  FOR. FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY  S1M1LKAMEEN    VALLEY    COAL   CO.,   NELSON,  13. C- ���������  TO   ���������  LIMITED.  9&&*&C-9-*&r*-3'.+*J*������JH������#9&&&9'i>&. 9**9i  >JHW������*&M^*���������***^^  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  er  n  from thc  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  4^.-1-.1,^.^4. ^.^.4.1.i,4-4.i*i*i������1.4.i-i������M"l*'i'*  | PELLEW-HABVEY,  BRYANT & GiLMAN  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, li.C.      Established 1890  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  -     Bg.UH0ERTAKEN.2J  Tosti inailc up to 2.0U0lbs.  A specialty made of checking Smelter  Pulps.  fciimples from the Interior hy mail or  express promptly attended to.  Correspondence solicited.,  JZVANCOUVER, B. C,  _ . . *,.     ���������./ ������..      .  a; ���������;  **************************  ScMder..  Successor to I). Jenkins,  POSTER AHD DODGER   ���������  PP.8HTIJ3G   A  SPECIALTY:  Herald Job Office  F&ONT STREET.  Manufacturers of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing of Boota, Shoes  and Harness, a Spoolalty.  BUY-BE*ORE YOU SLEEP. .  CIRCLE CITY is thc -Terminus   of   lhe   proposed    Railway   "already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek with*fork to that point.   ��������� -  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at thc base of  the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and. Surprise Creeks. ���������. - .    -,   "-  CiRCtE CITY, is   absolutely   surrounded    by  Development. .      - .s  ���������Syr-J  fkP,  iSSl.  m  m  Next Door to Guy Barber's  k I,ACES-and $RA1I>S  A large ranse of Point r.acc,  Diu-licss and _ Uattcnburg  Uniids, Stnmiied Designs,  Stamped Linens, Embroidery  .N'eedlcs, Hooks, &c.  Berlin and Zephyr Wools, all  shades, Slipper Soles, Vulun-  ciencesLace, Insertion.  Cull at the.  MADISON  PARLORS.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  Misses Sheppard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oc'.!3  Mining   Properties   now  -under  i or Sale;  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  fo'' Cash.  BEST WIHES,0L!QU0RS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  .     a^PLY S.G.-     j  'ofon Kernaghan  "Which  utilized next. Season by Concentrating Plants.-  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO  THE GENERAL AGENT,  Gr. .o, JBjfLlrJri  Ferguson, B. C.  .' .Is tlio i-ocognir.oil organ I'or all thu latest mining news of North  'irooteifa-j-T- l^Vticiilai'-afcloiitioii-i^p.iiil-to-seciu'ing-earlv-ana-i'Gliable-  intelligence from the newly discnvoml Vice lUilliiig Gold Camps on Fish  River and from tlie placoi* and quartz minus oi" the Big Bond and district,  in the immediate activity of Rovolstofci*. such as Illecillewaet, Albert  Canyon, Jordan Pass and Isaac Creek. Is*i*xt season will witness a. liig  revival or certainly throughout Norl li Kootenay, and mining men. and  others desirous of gaining the eai Host and most "authentic news .from llio  district .will find the columns of the HERALD their best source of  information. -,  Railwav News, is also a Specialty of the UI-IRALD and articles of  special interest"to Railway men will also be found in its columns.  1  B A., I.L.I).  'Hnrrister,      Solicitor,    Notarv  lMr.-t Stri*et, Hevdtloke.  Money to loan,  Public,   FAc.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The  choice land  north  of track,  ��������� between Tapping's and Long's/will  be  subdivided for sale as  soon as  possible.  Grtil. SPROAT,    VICTORIA, "B. C.  P. O. Bo.*:. *liJ.  Express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's'*' will .be promptly  attended to.  m*.in H.  Cook.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each month; White Rose Decree  meets tliird Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcomo  G.E. GROGAN.     - HY. EDWARDS,  ;       President. ���������        Hon. Secretary.  J-JARV2Y, M'CAKTEH ic PINKHAM  Hamster.--, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitor*, for Imperial Hunk of Canada.  Compnny funds to loan fit S percent.  FuiiT STi*.i:r.T, lievelstoke B. C.  CHURCHES  TIIE HERAT!) offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  and the class of readers, -which it reaches, unparalleled in the district. It  appears twice to any other paper's once a. week and is found in the'liomes  of the wage-earning classes, the backbone of the business of the district.  Bus!.in*ssmen want their announcements lo roach the homo people who  have the money to take advantage of their offers, nnd tho homes and  families which Vendor it necessary for them to spend it. No other class of  .circulation is of any use to them. . These are thc kind or people who make  up a "big proportion of oui* Subscribers, people with homes," families,  employment'and interests right at home, the people Bevelstoke merchants want to get at. ��������� A space iu our advertising columns, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every home in  Revelstoke, and in the Railway ai.d Mining points, tributary to .Bevelstoke business.  METHODIST CHURCH,   IlEVELSTOKK.  Preaching services at 11 a. in. and 7:110 p. m  Class moeliii'i; at tlie close of the morning  service. Subhath School and Bible Class ut3:3U  Weeklv- Prayer Meeting every WedneMlay  evening at 7:,'io. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Uev. C. LADsnn, Pastor.  Revelstoke Risk ft., in.  Skating every afternoon und evening from  .1 to 6 and from S to 10.  1 The Public are Invited to visit the Rink; no  charge being made for Spectators.  A charge ot 2Jc. will be made for skating. ;in  the afternoon Indies or children loc,  Season Tickets may be purchased at the rink.  Ladies ?3.50, Gentlemen $6. Children $3.  Good Ior skating ftlicrnoon and evening, except-special events bach as Carnivals, Hockey  Mulches...elc, '  _    - Hockey Practices. '   Wright Porritt  Regrets, that he is unable  through illues's to be present at his Studio and at-  tend to business as usual.  He hopes, however, to be  able lo re-open the Studio  shortly and will announce  the date in this space.  Wright Porritt  Bevelstoke, B. O.  UT. rKTEI! S CHURCH, ANGLICAN.  Eight a.m.. Holy Kucharist*, IL a.m.. ma'.-as,  -.llany mul ternion (Holy. Eucharist Ilrst Suu-  iluv In ilie month); 2:116 Sunday school, or  children's service; '-SO Evensong (choral) and  herinou. llolv Diivi���������The Holy Euchnrist Is  celebrated ut 7 a.in. or S a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism after SiinduvSchool at3:15.  c. a. l'l'.ocu.MEU, Rector.  SENIORS���������Mondays, Fridavs and Saturdays  from 10 to 11. Wednesdays, from  7 to 8.  JUNIORS���������Tuesdays from 1(1 to II, und Wednesdays from 7 to 8.  LADIES���������Tuesdays from 2 lo 3.  Curling every afternoon and evening.  .!-***W***-i***************4**'l.  ���������5* *���������  .���������Iir-SIIYTKRIAN  CHURCH.  Service everv Sumluv tit 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.  to which all arc welcome. Prayer meeting nt  8 p. in. every WedncMluy.  Uev. Vi. C. Caldeh, Pastor.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mri-s   ut .".SO a. m ,  on  Ilrst,  ������ccond nnd  fourth Sundays lu iheinonili.  REV.   FATHER   THAYER.  I Baker ana  Confectioner  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 j-  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  The   Lardeau   District.  The following extract is taken Irom  Bulletin No. 1 recently  issued by  llie .  Bureau of  P.-oviruWl   Information at  Victoria:  The Iiiii'di'iiu district comprises two  mining divisions, lluwe of Trout Laics  and Lardeau aii'l put. of Ainsworth  "division. Tin* imuiti-y here is extremely inouutMLiiou.-', allium;..! there are  numerous exU-n-ive valleys and  occasional slrcli hi-.i of open, level  land, which have been utilised for  agrii-ulluml       purpose*-. Generally  speaking, the country has been cut up  into u series of deep and narrow valleys  by numerous small creeks, and in Ihese  cases the growth of limber is heavy-  The mountainous character of lhe  coiiiilrv, however, is an advantage  r.-ilher than otherwise, so far as mining  is concerned, for in a great majority of  cases it i*> pussible to develop and open .  up properties bv the economical  method uf tunnelling into the hillsides.  The area in   the   vTcinily   of  Trout  Lake   is   mainly   composed   of- semi-  crystallirte   flales   and   schists,   with  occasional beds  of   altered   limestone  locally   described  as   ''dykes."      Tha  general   sirike   of   lhe" formation    is  norlh-wi'stc'rly, and lhe beds generally  dip at a high angle to  tha_ iiorllie.ist.  The     mineral   veins  or   lode'.,   as   a  general I uie, vary in width   from   one  to five feet, though larger occurrences  uie occiiMonaly met with, while fissure  veins culling across the formation are  of occasional occurrence.   Ths mineral  characteristics   of   this    locality    are  galena, tetraheilrile, zinc blende,   nnd  iron and copper pyrites, in ganguea of  umirU,   or  calcite, siderite, etc.   The  high values   are   generally   associated  wilh the grey-copper   ores, uhough   a  fine grain zinc blende, also, as a.   rule,  carries exception*! values.  So far, mining development  iu   this  district has been restricted for want af  adequate transportation facilities, but  in spite of lhe drawbacks nearly 3,500  tons of ore have been produced, averaging $110 par ton in value.     It  is, of   -  course, on account ofthe exceptionally  high grade character of the material   _  that production  has been   possible at  all, for, up to the  present time,  mine  owners     desiring ' to    market    their  product   have,  been    obliged   to   pay  freight and treatment charge* of $30  and $50 per  ton alone.    During 1001,  however,   active   constiuctiou    work  was caiiied on by the Canadian Pacific  railway company, in the direction of  establishing   branch-line   communication betiveen Ihisdistrictaud Kootenay  lake.   A track has been, laid for over  half the distance from  Gerard to the  foot of Trout Lalte, wliile the grading  for the remaining portion of the line ia  well advanced.   It is," therefore,  very  likely   lhat   before   next" summer    ������  railway will be in  operation, whereby -,<  an enormous saving will be effected in  transport costs to  uiino owners,  and  result in stimulating mining activity  to an unprecedented degree.   Kecently  in fact, mine owneis in the district,  in  anticipation of the early completion of  the railway,  have been  storing their  product awaiting ils arrival.  During lhe past year a great deal of  development work was carried   qn   at  the. older developed mines,  notably nt  the Silver Cup and the Nettie  L.,   the  former having employed.40   nien   and  the latter 25.   Within this period, also,  some   very   notable   new   discoveries  were made, one,, the   Tiiune,   having  paid its owners handsome profltsfrom  the early commencement of operations,  a recent car-load of ore having   netted  over $200 per   ton.     Some   very  rich  free-milling     gold * ores    were    also  discovered at Fish  Creek   during  the  year, and a number of properties there  were acquired by capitalists, who  are  spending large sums in exploiting  the  territory. From a small trial shipment  from one property   in   this  neighborhood,   returns  of $110 in gold and 812  in silver were obtained.   Another new  section, about five miles west of Trout  Lake City, in which   rich   silver  ores  have-been-foundt���������has���������BlEO^attracted..  considerable attention.   The ores here  ure chiefly   grey-copper   and   galena,  carrying big'1 silver values. ,  Is the completest in the district for appliarccs, material and  Craftsmen. Our work speaks for itself. No other oflice m North  Kootenav can touch it, because wo not only have the tools to do good  work with, but we know bow to uso them. Call and see our Samples and  you will perhaps bo surprised to see tlie artistic and finished class of work  which we can turn out.   Prices graded down to suit-thc limes.  S-ALVATiOS   Al-.MY.  Mi-oting every night in tliolr Hull on Front  Ftrti*t.  SOCIETIES.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  Heciilnr mcetim.-! are liel;l in tlit  Odillellow'illnllnn the Third 1-rl-  iliiv of eneli month, nt 8 I'*"1,* slVJ'IJ-  Vl^IUng brethren cnrfliiilly invited  1&g������-     ' W.G:BIKNKy)Vti*e.-Sec.  *  ''f  *  ->  **i<  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  -}������  A full ancl complete  line of _ _.,j.  GROCERIES  NOTICE Of ASSIGNMENT  A. H'. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Rovnl fehool ol MiDfS Ixmdon.    Seven vcars  it  Morfa  Works  Swani-eft.     1.   years  Chiel  riiemi������t  to '.Menu i-oal nml  Iron Co.,   bng.  I ate rhemist and A.s������vcr, Hall Mines, Ltd.  ' Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.S2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.  Cor. Mackenzie Avc.  ? and Railway Street.  I      - ���������       *  **************************  In Stock...  H   EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.   '  DEER HEAT13, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Fura Cleaned and Befaired. _  JCST-EASTOF PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Third Street,  A -Warehouse full  Quality   ....  ol first-class  Wheat, Oats,  Short,       Bran,  Hay, Coal.  Prices away down for Spot Cash.  J. C. HUTCHISON.  NOTICE Iii HEREBY GIVEN* that Henry'.J.  Ilourne, ol Revelstoke, Hrltlsh Columbia, und  frank II. Dournc, of Xiikusp.Hrltlsli Columbia,  carrying on business at Revelstoke, Nakusp  and New Denver as General Merchants, under  tlicflrm name ol Ilourne nrothcrs, have by  deed dated the 10Hi any ol January, 11)02,  assigned all their nnd - aeh of their real and  personal properly which may be seized and  sold undcrexceutlon. for the general benefit  of creditors to Frederick Buscomlic, of Haro  street,   Vancouver,    Merchant,    and   Arthur  IVilllnm Johnston, of WaterStreet, Vancouver,  Merchant.  A meeting of the creditors is hereby called  for Monday, the 20tii d*y of January, 1902, at  thc hour of -1p.m. at'the oflice of Mcssrs.'S.  Grccnshiclds Son & Co., Water Street, Vancouver. 1  All creditors arc required to file with Arthur  William Johnston, one of thc Assignees, full  particulars of their claims and thc nature of  their securities, if any, held by them, and  notice is hereby given that after thc first day  of April the Assignees will proceed to distribute thc assets among the creditors, of whose  debts or claims tbey shall have received  notice, and that they will not be responsible  (or the assctsor any part thereof so distributed  to any creditor of whose debt or claim tbey  shall not.then havereceiyed notice. _,  Dated this 14th daV'of January, A.D., 1902.  DAVM, MARSHALL & MACNEILL,  1 Solicitor! ior the Awlgae'ea.  if  $,  ii  i.i  ��������� I  t-- r%    t  yi-i  ���������j  <i  'H .  '���������--,r]    "  y% 1  ' '}  Will Locate in Canada.,,  Application lias been made at Ottawa  for 11 Dominion charter for a, company  called the Northern Securities, with a  nominal capital of ������1,000,000.    All of  the incorporators arc members of the  legal   firm-  of    McGibbon,   Casgrain,  Ryan & Mitchell.    The  company   is,  however,  the same as. the American  concern organized by James J. Hill.  .  Tlie incorporation of the company in  Canada is   regarded   by   th.   leading  lawyers  of Montreal   as  placing the  merger beyond the reach of a United  States court.     Thu   company will  he  enablecLto fulfill in every 1 respect the  purposes for which  it was oi-Kanizcd,  and if so desired it will  lie enabled  to  offer   its   securities   for  sale, on   the  exchanges in  the  same   manner and  with the same  freedom  now enjoyed  by a score of commercial irstitntious  coining under Canadian charters.  > Kane's Appointment.  ���������Capt. W. J. Kane, who has been  appointed captain of the government  dredge, which is neariog completion at  Nakusp, is a well known lake captain  in the interior. For a year or two h.  ran out of Kaslo as master of a steamer  owned by a mining company in that  district. * Last summer be came down  to the coast and went to White Horse  and was in the service of the B. Y. N.  Co., operating on tha Yukon river.  He was wall acquainted with inland  waters and the appointment is a  popular one'.  The dredge will Im employed in  clearing the deposits of sand from th*  narrows between the upper and lower  Arrow lakes. With high mountains  in the vicinity, the' rivers * feeding  these bodies constantly bring down  deposits of earth and tbe work of  clearing will continue nearly the whole  year round.  Capt. Kane is at present in the city  and will leave for the interior in a  couple of weeks���������Vancouver World. li  MISTAKES  May be made in wearing'  8!  ������st  Hut. yt'iir greatest mistake will  lie niuilo in not wearing nm*.  They are n great preventative  of colli and nobody should be  without one when tbey can  Kel them so cheap at the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.'Y,  All Sizes and I'riies.  See them in onr window.  rvT^i^--.mniiRiB  ????w?f?y???ff?ff?f?f  ���������&  ' NAME   ON   EVERV  PIECE.-  MARRIED.  Jull-N'STOXK��������� Pira'Kl.1. ��������� On llie ol-li  inst.. ;it the Methodist paisonn'-ci- by  Rev. O. Ladner, John Lewis Johnstone to Susan Powell, both of  Kevelstoke.  DIED.  (Jkooan���������At the Priory. Pri'slhurv.  Cheltenham. KiiL'land, on the 1-llh  ult.. Rev. Ci. XV. Uiogan, M. A.,  aged SJ.        ,  DO YOU WANT������������������ss=sE?n*  RUBBERS. ^  -'���������     . ���������*8D  Vvc are selling them off at a liberal Discount.        -^g  ..   ���������<B  OO YOU WANT r*!������  anything m the ^g  ��������� -'CLOTHING '.LINE ���������?       ��������� ^  You will find Our Store the Best Place to Buy. I^g  . Our Prices are reasonable and our goods cannot ;^g  -aim  ���������GflEIfc-TEIE-L.A.L  3yC'������3,E^H:JL3i*TTS.  be excelled.  NOTES OF NEWS  We have lately im ported  thc choicest varies ies of  thc above in b'.illc, and  are sell in ir al  ������ ii  Union-Made Overalls.  Boots and Shoes.  i(. per !!?.  ���������Fresh butter at A. X. Smith's.  .1. D. Sibbald  left on Tuesday  on  a  visit to tliu coast.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. N.   Smith's.  Andy Ferguson went   west   to  the  roast ou .Monday night.  .1, O. Piper, of Trout  Luke,   was  in  the city yesterday.  P. (Jrielly, of the Nettie.   L ,  has returned from his trip to California.  Miss Dunn,  of  Taylor  &   George's  staff, is away on a visit, to  Kamloops.  ���������See onr tailor made suits to order  at S15 at Cressman's the Art Tailor.  Jas. A. Taylor of Arrowhead, came  up on last night's train.  A full line of Men's Clothing just  opened at Keid k Young's.  Mr. and Mrs. IJ. E. Diew, of Camborne, were in town on "Wednesday.  Sac those waterproof school boots  for boys at Reid & Young's.  W. R. Hull, the well known 'Alberta  cattle man, spent Tuesday in town.  Jas. Cummings and -Mrs. Cummings  of Ferguson, spent a few days in town  this week.  W. B. Pool, Vincent Lade and D.in  Dunbar came up from Ferguson on  Monday evening.  .  Messrs. Lorenzo Wisnev, Chummy  Johnson and Christie of Ferguson are  all in town.  Mis-. M. Corley returned on Saturday last fiom- an extended visit to  relatives in eastern Canada.  Mrs. Lyons and her sister, Mrs.  Ghen, have left on a month's visit lo  Vancouver.  '17 'B. Baker, accountant of the  I.nperi.il Bunk, returned from St.  Leon yesterday.  Sheriff Redgraves came in from  Golden on Moi,day to attend tie  County Court.  T. O.'Brien, solicitor at Golden, returned from a visit to the old country  on Monday.  J. J. Voung ���������mil W. B. Pool, of thc  Nettie L., have been in town for a few  days.  -Services on Sunday, Fourth in Lent,  will be as usual at St. Peter's church.  Rev. C. A..Procunier officiating.  Just opened up a nice lot of Art  Denims, Art Muslins, Cretonnes and  Silkulincs at Reid k Young's.  .A. II. Gracey, manager of ihe Ev,-i,  came up from Nelson yesterday. He  reports the mine looking in fnsl-class  shape.  That well known journal the  Western Mining World is to be  published at Chicago instead of Butte  in future.   _. . .    _. _. _..  Highest  Award  at the World's  l-al  -Drugstore #  gy^_ B_B_H������|HfWI'PJ"l.ilMUt.ilU������IM  ������E DRESS GOODS  *>^ In large and selected variety.     Ladies come and  ���������������>*- inspect our stock before buying' elsewhere. 7^  --r" ���������������i_js  si- We have a  large new shipment of  thc favorite ^g  |������l and reliable "EMPRESS SHOE" for Women ^g  %^Z just coming in; tliey cannot be beaten  for Style,  Sgl Comfort and Wearing Qualities.  -O  -efi������  ���������J!������  Don't Forget that We Always'Carry a Complete Stock I^j������;  of'House Furnishings. ���������������&  ,'tjf44HfW***&4(#**4<(*:**4**&  NOVELTY PHOTO:  %.,  e>-  iS.-aamsissjMauia:fmisEmi  MACK ENZIE AVENUE.  MARCH 10TH.  will be thc last day you  can    get  your   Photos- jj  taken by me here. ^  f.   HOWARD   KING, 1  ������                            HOTOI'i-SAlMIKlt. 2  g            STUDIO:      TAYLOR KI.OCK-. J  ���������>5. ���������������**i������**������**b9^*^������tP^������*������sP*ft^^J,v*������;^������*>l  THE   NORTHERN  ASSUSSAS^-QE   CO.  FIBB!!  OF LONDON, ENGLAND.!  CALL AND  INSPECT  THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  of all  kinds  and  just opened up.  A set of  CUPS AND SAUCERS.  from 'the    Foley   factory   ln  England, will suit you.  SKATES.  SKATES.  K931  ies  in  ii  IMIEilROlE-I.A.nsr'TS.  ������������5������������iW������i������?Q*?n  The cpideurc of meaMe.s  abated  Will open up our full and complete  ���������itock of new Spring Drygoods, and  Mtin's Furnishings in a few days at  Heid & Young's.  The Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's  church have decided to^ furnish a*  Wsrd in the Victoria Cottage Hospital.  Mr. and Mrs, M. M. Buchanan have  returned from their trip to California  and after spending a few days in town  went on to Camborne yesteiday,  The exchange of pulpits on the part  of Rev. XV. C. Calder and Re.v. Mr.  (iold of Salmon Arm is unavoidably  postponed until a later date.  ���������See our threequarter bi.x coiii. tiy  front, plain coat sleeve, slash pncki-ls,  yoke and sleeves lined, $15. To orili-i*  at.Cressman's the Art T.iilor.  K. A. Bradley, manager of fir  Duquesne Mining Co., and F. Onll'y,  tho Pittsburg solicitor of the company,  returned on Wednesday from the Bl'u  Jay.  A. F. Rosenberger and II. Z. Brock,  of Hancock, Mich., managing din-iloi  of the Northwest Development Syndi  cate, were in town Tuesday from  Nelson,  The    Ladies   Aid   of   St.   Andrew's  fchurch wish to thank, all wbo so kindly I  assisted   them   in   thc   lute    conceit,  especially    Messrs.    Smytlie.   Brown,  Taylor and Miss Savage.  . C. Cliff** of the Sandon Review is  getting up a publication called the  Yale-Kootcnay Vindicator, an illustrated book on the resources and  prospects of the mining districts.  W. H. Wilcox, of tha Prince Mining  Co., came in from the Standard on  Wednesday.JWr. Wilcox went through  the ice on the Columbia between 10  and 11 Mil������, at the Big Eddy, and  came within an ace of being., swept  under the ice by the current, but just  managed to extricate himself.  and the medical health ofiieer. Dr.  Cross, has decided thatil will pi nimbly  lie possible to reopen the schools on  Monday.  The mineral outpuL of .Canada for  101)1 was .$09,000,000. or about five  millions greater 1 ban Ihe pinducliun  of 1001), notwithstanding lhu decrease  in the gold oulput ftom the Yukon.  The funeral sermon i'or Mrs. John  Robinson will be preached next Sabbath morning iu llie Methodist church  There will bu special sei vices held  in the evening. Subject of sermon:  ������������������The downing Promise.'' There wi'|  be evangelistic services at ������> p. m. on  Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday and  Friday nighls.  ���������See our handsome antl stylish  street, costumes,_ consisting of Hum  jacket wilh vest and double sleeve  rovers ami strap on skirt of contrasting shade of cloth, new velvet collar.  Skirt is a live gore with graduated  flounce. N neatly trimmed with strap  of same materia!. For !?20 to order at  Cress man's, the art tailor. -_  A meeting of the Irish Social and  li-nevolent Society was held at tlie  Hotel Kevelstoke on Thuisday evening  at which it was resolved to hold a  smoker in Selkirk hail nn March 17th.  to which all Irishmen are cordially  invited. Ths society has made an  arrangement wilh the Cosgrove company to appear in the opera- house- on  April 2nd. next.  II. Kdwinds has been busy this week  "collecting iind cleaning tK^n fiirirdrriTfr  lievelstoke company. R. M. R., in  preparation of the visit of Lieutenant-  Colonel flolmes,   D.  O.   C,   who wa.*-  t&���������  6Z���������  -SB-*���������  ������$*������������������  iP���������  &���������  <5*3*���������  -Sis���������  <!!���������������������������������  Hit���������  ii���������  4-IP*.-  ..CAPITAL AND FUNDS..  REVENUE , -  DOMINION DEPOSIT...'.  ������������������������������������f53S.36S.ooo.       5.7i-j,ooo.  ....       211.700.  .   .A-G-ZEIC-rTS  SIBBALD & FIELD,     -  Revelsloke, B. C.  WINTER SUITINGS  Telephone  Messages are   Sent  Over Telegraph Wires. -  The t-ailroiidsThroughout the country  have been awaiting with   interest  lhe  result or the Illinois   Central's   experiments in sending telephone* messages  ver telegraph wires  is an auxiliary  service, designed for emergency cases.  The first test, 'which was conducted  last week between Kankakee and  Kempton, 11 small station twenty-six  miles from Kankakee on the southwestern branch of the Illinois Central,  wassuccessfn). A telephone instrument  was carried "in an engine cab for the  experiments. A number of stops were  made between Kankakee and Kempton  and the wire was strung between the  engine and telegraph line and telephone  communication was established with  lhu otlice of   the   train   dispatcher   at  Kankakee.  The tests were entirely successful iu  i-ach instance, the telephoning over the  telegraph wires not interfering with  lhe U-legranh messages sent simultaneously. Kventually.all of the Ill-nois  Central trains will be supplied willi  telephonic equipment. . Instruments  will be placed in the baggage cars  passenger trains and in the en  cans a*}d cabooses on freight trains.���������  S.  F. Call. c '  of  ine  J  Corporation- of the.  BYLAW. Ro 59.  ���������-3<t.?,_Pinkham._ a Jl,-other, of..A.  M.  hpreona visitof inspection Wednesday.  All idea of disbanding tbe local  company has been dropped and once  the.snow is grinc. with the armory in  course of erection re-������dy for . next  winter, the l-Ji;i:.vi.i:> has no doubt that  the reorganized compnny will becom-t  one of the nertiiar.eiit institutions of  tbe town.  Pinkham of the legal llrm orMcCarter,  H.-uvi-Y k Pinkham, ' temporarily  relieved T. B. Baker at the accountant's de k in the Imperial Bank, while  Mr. Baker was away recuperating at  St.. L-son. Mr. Pinkham conies from  lhe Nelson branch.  '-''.������������������.'-'���������    "*.'-;'���������'���������: You will find in our Tailor Shop a  ���������. i-il'l''      fr'. very elaborate  variety  of Fall   and  ',7:."\    '-" < Winter   Suitings and    you'll   find  workmen who arc competent to make up any of these  Suitings exactly to your liking. ��������� We do not employ  cheap tailors, we-do not handle any goods that* could  possibly depreciate our excellent reputation. We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made- clothes when  price is the* sole consideration, but when style and fit  and wear arc duly considered, wc can and do compete  with all ready-made goods, anc) all other tailors.  Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order.  0".   IB.   OIRICSSIMlA-ItT,'���������*������=33a*-  Thc  Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave;  ixm.ii,  Piano Tuning  II. .1. Ciarry, piano  tuner,  Toronto  will pay bin annual visit to Kevelstoke  about  'inih   of   March.       Onlers    for  tuning may bo left   at   Canada   iJi"������  an 1 Hook store.  nsroTiciE  ���������V TIIK   COLSTY   CO! I'.T   OK   KOOTENAV,  HOr.tiKX AT REVEIj=rOKB.  SIKT'YEES :���������  i:o'*-.rt Cal*.'.  , plaintiff.  Quinine Wine  anc? Is-on Tonic  Produces lhat rested feeling.  .inpnrts slr-inirtli quinklv nn'l  rcmc'lles -.vimkeiieil i-oriditloiin  of lhc systi-m.  A 11 excellent rncillcinc for nny  sn-nsoii of the year, Imt j,nrticu-  lftrly now.  50c. a Bottle.  Ol.'II III'! STOCK OF  Drugs, Medicines  and Sundries,  Inclu'lus every hlnc required In  the Hick room or home.  W. BEWS,  Phm.B.  Urujrgist and Stationer7.    '  Brown Mock. ' ������     Telephone -IS*  f P.ivt'l.noie,  BIKl  N   Ilftsk.*!!, ol  Revclstoktf (l������rli*n'liiiit.  r-> M. lU-keil tho above, nbinu.1 iluleii'.ani:���������  TAKK S'OTICf: th*t a ilc-f-iiilt mniiiions unil  I .piiilM hi'in Ik-itH I-ju������iI out ul tlii. Court  .isivfn--t von in an Af-iion at,\xrxr'. yon l.y Kol*r(  i-.ll.*y, of i;.-v������lstn!*o. B.C . to Tftl-ovur llu.* t-nin  .if JI'lW [or'b'iHril mi'l lo'ljins furtii-Ii'-'I to  you l,ytliciiJy,vana*Ti<*'l plfclatiff. an'l t-intln  oiir>nan<- ni nn or-lerof Hm Koiir.r J-A- 1-orin.  Jxt'ltuot HiM (;onrt, you  are rc-i-ilr-'l   v.Itliin  II .l.iys of [hi*- notiw In th������ I'.kvi,;.--iokk llr.i-.-  .*.[.r>, ixnvt-pnimr. it, rtlr: your fll--j>tlt<; nolo, If  .���������mv, witli llif !'.<;-<i'-lr>ir of fni*. Court nl I'.-iv*;!-  -.toko, other**l*i'.* Judgment will I.": entered  .main-'- you.  Iidtnl ilil-<>;tii Mnreh,    .!>.. I'ifi-!.  FKKH. Ki'.AiiKI'..  ReslHtrar ol the   oimly Court.  A 13VLAW lo nulhorizc thu Corporation  ���������'*��������� ol'lhu City ol'.Revolsloki*. lo sull and  dispose ol.Lot 7, in Block 23, Plan G36A,  Kevelstoke, to Thomas A. Welton, the  same not beiny required for Corporate  purposes, nnd to accept I'roni said Welton  as payment therefor, Lois'8 and 9, Block  23, Plan 636A. Revelstoke,  WHEREAS the Canadian Pacific Railway Company 011 thc 27th day 01 September 1S99, delivered to ilie* Corporation oi"  the Cily of Revelsloke a free conveyance  of Lot 7, in Block 23, .Plan-636.1V, in the  City of Revelstoke, as a site for a Kire  Hall on condition that Thomas A Welton,  the owner oi' adjoining* properly, should  convey to said City a loi oi'land for a like  purpose free of charge to tlie Cily, and in  furtherance of sncK arrangement it wa.s  agreed hy and betweeji the said Corporation and thc said Welton thai if tlio said  Well on would convey to llio said Corporation Lots 8 and 9, in said Block 23, as a  site for a l-'ire Hall, I'ree of charge lo Unsaid Corporation, the said Corporation  woulcL-Convev. to~.lhc ..said _Wclton in  exchange therefor, thesaid Lot 7, in Block  23, the same being* no longer required I'or  Corporate purposes.  AND WHEREAS the said Welton has  conveyed 10 lhu said Corporation the said  Lots S and 9, in saidlllock 23, in exchange,  for the said Lot 7, in said Block 23, and  the said Loi 7, in Blo'ck 23, is" no longer  required lor corporate purposes.  NOW, TMKRF.KOKI*:, the Municipal  Council ofthe Corporation oi'the Cily of  Revelstoke enacl as follows:  1.���������It shall be lawful for the Corporation of tin* Cily of Revelstoke to sell and  dispose ol Lot 7, in Block 23, l'lan 636A,  in the City of Revelsloke to Thomas A.  Welton, the s.liik* being not required I'or  Corporate purposes and to accept as  payment for such real properly \J.ols S  and 9,   in   .said Block' 23.  Read .1 f.r*,t time February 2S1I1, 1902.  Road a second lime February 28U1, 1902  Read a third lime February 2S1I1, 1902,  willv the unanimous consent oftiie Council.  Received the assent of the electors  March 1902.  Reconsidered aiul finally pa*-.!.*:*il an '.  .-(dopted by the Council March..'.... i-joj.  mm������������m������  FUKNlTUm-raoODS must bo.sola  at rust, in order. to inaku room for  a'niitliei* largo carol' Furniture, which  '_'\vi.ll be hrru shortly, call and s*i*e if  We can't arra-ge to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to liii'iiish cheap.  REVELSTOKE  FURNITURE  X HE-HZ-A/VIE IT I.  Tho largest stock of the latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, IMNGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  ]\ly many years'- experience enables me to buy  goods tit the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  G".-C3-TJY  BA-BBEB.  '^wa TuiniErA 1 in no-a-bi������eoi a lt Yr-^  ���������^^)^)������^)(^)((i_l^)<������^!S������i(������'S)  SIBBALD & FIELD,  m  AG-BHTS   FOB  rat-   fl. P. R. TOWNSITE,  OT-   5IAIIA TOWNSITK.  gXT~   GEKIlAIll") TOWNSITE. -  exr camhoune townsite,  Ciiiiiuln Permiinent & Western  -ts  *r*V(i7 I TVTr*T*A T     I Cnnniln rcniuinent it western  H IM fl'l\i   I A i -<       Cuiiiuiii MortKHKC Coriionitlon.'  lii^rVl^-oiXiliv   jKq���������|t���������|,io*.*iivli.gs,Uaiiiiiiil IJiilliIIng .1  ������  l*:qnitni)le '.nvln-js  nni|ii>rliil l-'ire.  l.'iiiiuilinii l''ire  (liiiinliioi Kiro.  n_r Association.  nmiitirliil I  I l.'iiiiuilinii l-'ire.  -. (liinriliiLii l-'Irc.   .Mdiivuv-ii  Oi'i-'im. Ain'iilont nml Uim  = VCiiimilliin Accidcnl A������������un  Ciilcdnnlnu Kire.   A tins Flre. I  Mmciiiitilu Fire.    Northern Fire.  JliincliCHlerl-'Irc.   Great West Liie.  rantce.   Confotlerution Life  rnnca Co.   Connoctlcut Flre.  COAL FOR SALR,  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCINa.  J, D. SIBKALI), Notary -Pubil". - CHAS. M. FIELD.  ltlSVJJLSTOKS.  lllVE, ANDLETLlYEnl  <S Ploiino don't try and run   uh  (2 out of town hy sending your  ������ orders cast.      XVe must hnve  5 yonr work in order to  live.  j2 We depend on   you   for  onr  ������ work!     liastern   hnnses   do  @ not!    Do not allow yourself  (5 lo be roped in by their ped-  0 dlers. '   We   also guarantee  ������ to give you   hotter satisfac-  j2 tion for your money.      ,;  w  ������     :es_ s. -virxzjsoisr,  ������ Next the .McCarty Block.  CITV CLICKK.  MAYOR.  TAKE NOTICK that the above is a tru .  1 copy of the proposed Hylaw iipo  which the vote of the Municipalily will In'  taken at the Fire Hall, Second Si reel  Ucvr-lstokr, between the hours of eiltlit  o'clock in llie forenoon and four o'clock  in the afternoon cm tho fourteenth day i'f  March, A. I)., 11,02.  C. F-. SHAW,  Clerk of tin* Municipal Council.  Tenders Wanted.  TKNDKRS for the erection of n  two-storey brick building af, the cor  ner of jMc.IConzie avenue and Fii-st  slreet will.be'received ">y tbe tiniler-  siftned up to March 20th at noon.  The lowest, or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  Plans and specifications may be seen  at the office of  C. B   HUME & CO  m  '���������oj  ^Hc!i&Kbl E"'  -:<r.v is tlio time to hurry up und secure what re-  inains ol' Hie few choice business sites on First aad  Svi'Oiid Streets. ������������������  We aro not holding out fur fancy prices. , Wo be-  .gy ii,.ve in ���������* giving the other fellow a chance to make  &J, siiim-thing."  # RP&iBFHTIAL LOTS F03 SALE FROM $50 UP TO $250  ������ i.*���������    ��������� **,    ���������*������  Monev to loan, to enable purchasers to build.  LEWIS BROS:  General Insurance and Real Estate Agents.  F. B. LEWIS, Notary Public.  ill  ''ll  1

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