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 ���������:v.(������  And  Tg"  Vol    V.  No    116  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESAY,   MARCH IH, 1902  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  CEN. METHUEN  OUR SPECIALTY  We are the largest buyers  of GROCERIES in the  North Kootenay, and are  therelore able to offer the  very best goods produced  in the world at the very  lowest prices. Although  times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very encouraging  to us.  This year we have made  arrangements which .will  enable us to give our customers better prices than  ever before.  BARGAINS  This week we are offering  some good bargains in fish:  MACHONOCHIE  Kippered Herring���������in tins  ���������Plain, Shrimp & Tomato  sauce.  BLOATERS  '-" In Tins...:..,. 20c. each.  Canned Smoked Salmon ) iC/  .������ "   -Halibut J-lJt  ���������������������       Fresh "       j pertm  Mackerel in Kits.  Labrador Herring���������half Bar'ls  Salmon Bellies���������100 lb. Kegs.  We are receiving" weekly  shipments of Smoked Kippered Herring, Bloaters,  Halibut and Salmon.  Stock Fish Always in Stock  HONEY!  HONEY !!  We have received a large  shipment of the Chilliwack  Honey, the genuine article.  TEAS!!  COFFEES!!  Our. Sales in these lines  have been very encouraging. Having very nearly  doubled in the past year.  RAM LAL'S, as a package  Tea, has no equal.  We also carry   *  FIVE O'CLOCK  BEN HUR  BLUE RIBBON  UPTON'S  Pure Mocha and Java  and " Our Own Blend "  are the favorites. "  GOOD SERVICE  The Best Goods at the  LOWEST PRICE������  < Means satisfaction to Our  Customers and an ever in?  greasing business for us.  Delarey Cuts Up British" Force  and Takes Four Guns���������Gen.  Methuen Wounded and with  Others Made Prisoners.  LONDON', March 10���������Gen. Methuen  and four guns have beon captured by  Gen. Delarey.  Lord Kitchncr's dispacth announcing  the capture is as follows:  Pretoria, March 0.���������I greatly  regret to have|to send yotijbad news  of Methuen. lie was moving with  nine hundred mounted men, under  Major Paris, three hundred infantry  and four puns and a poui-poin from  Wynburg to Licenlhhurg anil was to  meet Grenfell with 1.300 mounted  men at Rovirainies Fontein today.  Yesterday morning early he was  attacked bv Delaroy's force between  Twuboschand Palmietknill. The Boers  charged ihree sides.  Five hundred and fifty men have  come in at Maribogs and Kraaipan.  They were pursued by the Boers four  miles from the scene of action. They  report that Methuen and Paris wilh  the guns, baggage, etc., were captured  by the Boers.  In a second dispatch Lord Kitchener  says: Paris has come in at Kraaipan  with the remainder of the men. He  reports that the column was moving  in two partit'S. One, with the ox  wagons, left Twebosch at IS aTm. The  other, with the mule wagons started  an hour later. Just before dawn the  Boers attacked. Before reinforcements could reach them the rear  guai d broke. In the meantime a large  number of Boers galloped upon both  flanks. These at lirst weie checked  by the flank parties, but the p:inicand  stampede of the mules had begun*  and all the mule wagons with a  terrible mixture of mounted men  rushed past the ox wagon-.'. All  efforts to check them were unavailing.  Major Paris collected a party of men  and occupied a pos-tion a mile in front  of the ox wagons.-which were then  haltecl. " After a gallant hul useless  defence'tha' enemy rushed into tbe  ox wagons and Methuen was wounded  in the thigh;" Paris being surrounded,'  ��������� lrrendered at 10 a. ni. Methuen is  Hill in' the Boer camp.  Besides General Methuen wounded  there "were three officers and 38 men  killed, 5 officers and 72 men wounded  and 1 officer antl 200 men are missing.  Lord Roberts, commander in thief,  and Mr, Brodrick, Ihe wai secretary,  both paid tributes to General Methuen.  the former expressing his appreciation  of Methuen's success throughout the  war.  tATr������.  London, March 12.���������A report from  tho continent says that another action  favorable to the Boers took place after  the capture of Methuen and it is feared  that Delarev attacked Grenfell, who  was on the way with 1300 men to ^join  Methuen.  It is understood that Lord Kitchener  will be relieved of much'adminstrative  work to enable him to take the field  in person and lead ' a large mounted  force to capture Dewet.  Gen. Methuen was dangerously  wounded but is doing well.  -���������The���������Prussian -foreign���������minister���������in  addiessing the Diet at Berlin yesterday  eulogized Gen. Methuen aud pleaded  for a better tone towards Great  B.-itain by the German press.  ���������    Tabloids.  The painters at Toronto threaten a  strike on the 17th unless they get an  increase of pay. On the other hand  the master painters have decided to  declare a lockout on the 17th, if the  painteri persist In their demands.  Over 100 carloads of settlers effects  have passed through Winnipeg since  Monday morning.  The sealers' strike at St. Johns' Nfd.,  iu ended and the sealing steamers have  sailed.  The warehouse of Brunswick, B.ilke,  (Jollander & Co., tha billiaid table  makers at Chicago, was burned last  night.   Loss 8175,000.  At the meeting of the British Cabinet it was decided that the time had  not yet arrived fo.r enforcing ihe  drastic clauses of the Crimes act in  Ireland. For the present there will be  no proclamation of the United Irish  League.  A hurricane did great damage in  northern part of Omaha, eai ly yesterday morning,  Senator Hanna is to arbitrate the  machinists' strike in Chicago.  B. F. Butler, secretary of the Iron  Moulders' union, York, Pa., has been  arrested charged with placing  cartridges in a mould in the foundry,  where the union men are an strike and  non unjon ipen eipployed,  The   G. T. R. Jug Handle.  To some twenty iivo thousand  employes of the Grand Trunk Railway  I the progress of a bill introduced in the  [House by Hugh Guthrie, M. P., will  be watched with anxious interest. By  virtue of legislation secured in tbe  seventies the Grand Trunk maintains  a Superantnuation and Provident  Society, into which both company and  employes pay. It is something of a.  jug-handled Arrangement, for, on consideration of assistance to the society  in the sum of ,*512,.")00 per annuhi, fhe.  company contracts itself outof liability  for injury to employes. This immunity  is no aiiiiiill item to a railway company  employing 23,000 men. lCvery man  who enters tho service becomes a  member of the Provident Society, and  signs an agreement renouncing all  legal right to compensation for injuries  received. The Grank Trunk Railway  may well be satisfied to continue a  system which for a few thousand  dollars a year guarantees it against  prosecution for. injuries through  neglect or otherwise. What the  emploves obtain, on the other hand,  is a trifling return for the statutory  rights they renounce. A sick man  receives S3 a week for 2t> weeks; the  permanently disabled $100 and the  dcuLh claim is only $250. "Nothing  like thc benefits that other provident  institutions confer," said Hugh Guthrie  as he described the grievances of the  employes of the Grand - Trunk. No  other railway has secured such  remarkable legislation, so that the  Guthrie Bill will not be generally  opposed by the uiilway interests of  Canada. The legislative remedy which  the member for South Wellington  proposes in the bill is a simply one,  He follows the outline of the Workmen's Compensation Act and places  upon a railway company the obligation of proving the adequacy of its  contribution to the benefit fund before  claiming immunity Irom the common  law which an injured employe might  invoke.  .T  Cosgrove's Orchestra  Under the allspices of the Irish  Sociiil & Benevolent Society, Cos-  grove's On-hesti a will appear in Ihe  Opera House here on April 2nd. In a  h'tUU' to Mr. J. Cosgrove, dated Nov:  V, 1001, the C.C. anrl K. of R. and ���������S.  of lhe K. P. lodge,' Valley City. N.- D.,  say of tbis entertainment: ���������>  -��������� "The Cosgrove Orchestra gave'V  concert and- ball here last evening  under thegauspices of K. P. Lodge No.'  26, which was well attended and  appreciated by all. We also state  that it was the cleanest and best  enti"*itn'nmeni Valley City has had for  some time. We heartilv recommend  the orchestra to anyone looking for a  clean first-classjittraction; their dance  music was superb."  The Mackenzie & Mann Management Charged with Lack  of Humanity in Treating Their  Maintenance of Way Men.  The Canadian Northern Trackmen  ha vi- s-Piit delegates to present their  grievances unil ���������.-ndeavor lo make  b.'ltrr terms antl conditions of employment wiih'theii* employers, and are  no.v iu Fet-Mon in Winnipeg. From th.*  moment the Canadian Nnrilu/rn  U.iilway Company secured control of  lhu N. P. lines in Manitoba and amalgamated them wilh thu Dauphin and  Southeastern road, thereby joining  the C. N. R. system, there has been  considerable discontentment among  tbe truckmen on account of the  methods pursued in operating the  lystctn. The trackmen finding things  were going from bad to worse,  appealed to the Brotherhood oF Trackmen of America for pi election, nnd  their request being granted an  organizer was sent, over the road the  result being that OS ppr cent, of the  foi emeu and men responded and took  membership in the order, and local  divisions have been organized and  placed in operation on the entire  system in Manitoba, Minnesota and  Ontario. The divisions are the C. N.  R. terminal division of Winnipeg,  Belmont, Dauphin. Port Arthur,  Atikokan, Rainy Itiver, Portage la  Prairie divisions.  The Voice commenting on the  grievances of the trackmen on the C.  N. R. system asserts that the prevailing sentiment among railroaders is  that the change irom employment on  the Northern Pacilic under President  Mellen to the Canadian Northern  management is from "heaven to hell."  It says, "Men, women and-, children  have been exposed to suffering and  privations disgraceful to any community claiming to be civilized; ���������ome  aie now suffering irreparable injury  to health from tin* - grim*", neglect in  failing lo provide the necessaryshelter  and comfort, "that human , welfare  demands.. Rents tire exacted for the  nne of box cars and wretched shacks  unfit for habitation- and men whose  duties'" called" for all ' their daylight  honr!> on the track have heen , kept  jip all hours to coal engines through  the night, in some instances a single  man has'had to put iu all 80 tons upon  tenders wilh a scoop during one week,  for all of which not a cent is '.tllowe.l  in i xtra pay. Men engaged for .$1 50  per day have-been cut to Sl-25 and the  arrangement made retrospective without their knowledge or consent.  A Bouquet For Ourselves.  The l-lKit.w.n  following letter  itself:  20 St.  is   in   receipt of the  which    ������>peaU8    for  Andrew's Place.  Bradford, England.  Feb. 20th, 11)02.  Dear Mr. Editor: I am writing lo  thank ynu for despatching to me the  Kr.vels.toke Herald from time to time  and shall feel grateful if vou will  forwaul my account. I scarcely know  on what conditions it was ordered and  ft-Ntr I may bu getting too deeply  involved in debt. My best thanks are  due to you for granting tne the pleasure of reading your valuable paper  whiih interests mt* very much, as it  has kept me in knowledge of the  wonderful progreos made in B.C. since  1S00, in which year 1 travelled over the  O.IP. It. and saw the unequalled  grandeur of the scenery and understood for the first lime the wonderful  resources in mineral and agricultural  wliich your country contains. Not  the It'.ist interesting news to an  English reader as shewn by the  Herald is that which furnishes one  with an idea of the qualifications and  business tactics displayed by the men,  who" dwell on the frontiers of our  great Empire.-  Certainly comparisons are a snare  but we mil.uially pit them with those  at home and as a result sometimes one  feels amused andsometimes impressed.  In this way I am indebted to your  paper for sustaining my interest in B.  C. nnd thank you earnestly, for forwarding it to a complete stranger. My  duties take me over .the north of  England, Ireland and Scotland and if  nny time you can suggest any way in  which I can be of service to your  readers it will give me great pli-iiMtrr  to contribute a short article occasionally.  Yours faithfully.  W. Rouinkon.  Objects of the Bylaw Explained  Voting on the hylaw published in  another column takes place on Friday  next. The sole'object of this bylaw is  to carry out an arragement made with  the Smelter Townsite people who  conveyed two lots to the city for a fire  hall as a.present on the understanding  that the city should'convey - to the  townsite people a lot given by the C.  P; R: for the same* purpose, the effect  of the arrangement being to give the  city two lots on the corner instead of  two inside lots. Mrs. Lawson has now  acquired the lot ih question from the  Smelter Townsite people and in order  to make her right good, tbe -bylaw is  necessary. It is a bylaw which every  elector should support in order to  help the city to keep its   agreement.  ave Arrived  B  \  .  /e HAVE OPENED UP ABOUT $3,000 WORTH OF  Vjf       Drygoods and Men's Furnishings, consisting of :���������  NEW  DRESS GOODS.  11  ZEPHYS GINGHAMS.  u  WHITE PIQUES.   :  U     -  DUCKS.  fl  PRINTS.  II  DIMITIES.  II  FLANNELETTES.  II  TRIMMINGS.  In   fact  a full and complete  stock of everything  in   this   line.  We will be pleased  to have all the Ladies call and inspect.  Piano Tunning.  L. S. Otis, piano tuner for Mason &  Rich Piano Co., will visit Revelstoke  shortly. Any one wishing work done  hy ft reliable man can leave their order  with ������[. A{cLeod., Second street.  Masox $ Rich Co,  Mail  Orders  REID <& YOUNG-  Promptly  Solicited  AROUND THE  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  Engineer,]. Lyons left on Tuundxy's  delayed train for a holiday trip to the  coa.-t.  The North Shore Railway Company  demands of the employes the total ab-  slineuci7* from nil intoxicating dnnka  and forbids smoking while on duty or  in tinil'01 m.  The 20,0001 h I'mUlied engine will he  turned outof the Baldwin Locomotive  Woiks on the70th anniversary of lha  foundation ofthe works, whiih will ho  celebrated shortly.  It is announced that the NorlhaiH  Pacific road it soon lo erect a magnificent itatfon in the city of Butte, -MonU  The Great Northern trains may also  use the new depot.  A too sudden application of the air  by the engineer of an N.P. freight near  Helena threw the conductor and  brakeman violently to the floor of the  caboose, injuring them severely.  It is said that the Jersey Central  road has ordered lhat all conductor  and trainmen must have clean shaven  faces. The men will be allowed to  work as hard as formetly, however.  The trackmen on the C. P. R. will  reopen negotiations with the company  on March 15 and several members of  the committee*, especially those, from  the coast bections, are now on their  way to Montreal.  Tbe Burlington has put in a more  stringent rule against the use of intoxicants by employes. The new rule is  identical wilh the one now in forco on  the Union Pacific and the Oregon  Short Li ho.  Thc trouble between Trainmaster  Cutler of the Uio Grande Western at.  -Salt Lake and lhe employes of that  system may end in a tie np unless  settled bffore tomorrow.' Cotter is  accused of discharging a number of old  employes of the road without giving  them a hearing. ���������  A ghost of a man of - prodigious "  height is causing trouble to the engineers and switchmen in the railway  yards at Anaconda, Mont. * They have  tried -running., over-..him-- but -the  experiment' only seems'to make him  more full of devilty, says the Butte  Miner.  An exchange says that . Chicago  unionists charge that railroads centering injthat city tefuse to hire men in  their shops who have reached the age  of 45 and sometimes 35 and that they  actually discharge men of that age  because they can secure younger men  who are presumed to be more active.  CORRESPONDENCE  J. H. Young  Combats' A.  G.- Fraser a  Criticisms on the Comaplix Road  'lo the Editor ol the'Herald:  Comaplix, March Sth, 1902.  Sir.-Plea'se allow me space in ycjr  valuable paper to answer a letter in a  recent issue of the'Trbut Lake Topic,  signed   A.   G.   Fraser.     Mr.    Fraser  refers firstly to J. Shields  taking two  months to"sleigh 35 tons of1 ore   from  Camborne to Comaplix, but he forgets  to mention that the ore   had   also   to  he    rawhided     from     the    mine   to  Camborne,    seven    miles    and    then  hauled   seven' miles further to Comaplix anil then took the ore down over  three'and-not-'nitie mils*) ofabad-road-^  as A. G. F. puts it.  He refers tu Comaplix as n sawmill  town with two hotels and a store,  separated ftom the rest of the world  by nine miles of n bad rovd. I do not  believe Mr. Fraser ever saw tha road  in question, but it cannot be so very  bad, when.J. Shields could cake a load  of three tons over it with a light team  in mid winter and from 2000 to 3,200  lbs. in lhe summer and fall. As to  Comaplix it possesses a large saw mill,  two go<jd hotels and one of the finest  stores this side of Vancouver,  carrying aliout $0000 worth of goods  of all kinds, the government office for  the district; a school, assay office, the  saw mill boarding house, the local  otlice of the Northwestern Development Co. and a number of first class  tesidences, a deep water landing  summer and winter and is the headquarters for tho mining men and  capitalists of the Fish River camp.  As to the burning question of the  location of the bridge to which A.G.F.  refers, he has a direct road to Catn-  boi ue and does not require to cross the  river, so I do uot see what say he has  got us lo the location of the bridge or  why he should presume 10 dictate to  lhe* people of Comaplix and the  travelling public where it should be  constructed. ir  If there were any names obtained by  misrepresentation on the petition "to -  which he refers. A. G. F, should give -  t hem. Hu and his friends forg������t the  petition circulated last year aod signed  in Trout Lake and Ferguson by people  who never saw either Fish Kiver or  Camborne on the representation that  the road on the Comaplix side was no  good and that an empty wagon could  not be driven over it, as t have been  informed by some of lhe Ferguson  signers, whose names I can give, if  required.  A. G. Fraser refers t o the rockslide  and hill on the Comaplix side but I {am  informed that he is trying to get  another grant from the government to  build snow sheds at tbe rock bluffs at  the canyon on the new road, ax it ie  nc t at present passible at that point  by either man or beast.  'I think Mr. Fraser should leave Mr.  Gamble's name out of and  add Thos.  Taylor's   name   to his   list  of   those  considering  the grades  on    the   old  1 wagon road as excessive.  J. H. Yocno, M. E.  1,  1!  '- v h  :S  1  ���������  rl  -.-/,*  ���������* ������ ii  ?-. -V  I  ~# ���������J- , 1,  I If1' c  IP /  ^en's Journal,  Published liy  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  .\Ii\mi_-int; Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journnl imUlislic.il in tlie  interests ol the railwav men. niiiiiii-*: men nml  bni-lness men ol the West. Days of I'ublieiuion  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVERIISIXU   I1ATBS.  Display ails., Vi..50 per inch; single column,  %'i per inch when inserted on title piij-i*  Legal mis., 10 cents per ineh (nniipnriel) line  for 11 rsi insertion; 5 cents for each lulillilonnl  insertion. Local notices 10 eenls per line eaeli  Issue. Ilirih, .Marriage ��������� and Deiilli Notices  i'ree.  SCBSCIUITIOK HATES.  By mall or currier, ti per annum; ifl.'J'i for  fix mouths, strictly in advanc,;.  Ot'K JOB DKPAUTMKNT.'  Isone ot the besl equipped printlm. ollices in  the West anil prepared to execute nil kinds ol  /irinlliii; fn firsti'.lass style ill honest prices.  One price to all. No job loo lur^o���������none too  miall���������Ior us. Mall orders promptly intended  to.   Give us a trial on your next order.  TO COIinKSI-O.NUKNTS.  Wo invite correspondent'., on anv subject  of Interest to the tieneriil public. Iu all cases  the bona tide niuite of llie writer must accompany niaiiuscripl, but not necessarily-fur.  publication.  Address all communications to the lliinujjer  NOTICE TO COIlHKSl'ON'IlHNTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be Icyibly  written on one side ol the paper only.  'J.���������Correspondence coutniuiu1; personal  matter must be signed with llie proper name  ol Uie writer.  U E.GUOGAN. Editor.  Wednesday, -Mauch 12, li)02.  PROVINCIAL AID    ���������  TO   HOSPITALS  The Minister of l-'inunut. is fathering  a short act to regulate   public   aid  to  hospitals.    Only one such  institution  in   ouch   municipality   is    to   receive  government aid, which is to  he  based  on the total number of day's treatment  in the  year, "day's treatment" being  defined as the total number of patients  treated in a hospital for bodily diseases  on   such   day.   Hospitals   where   the  total number of days'   treatment in a  year does not exceed  500 will  receive  the sum of $300.    Over 500, the sum of  one dollar for the first* one  thousand  days' treatment; over 1000 tho sum of  75 cts. for   thc   first   3 500 days' treatment in excess of 1000  in addition to  thc dollar for the  first one  thousand;  between   2500   and  5000, 55 cents*   in  addition to above  mentioned  aid:  between 5000 and 10,000 15 cents, but the  aid in no case is to exceed $10,000.     A  schedule has to lie prepared and sent  to    the    provincial    secretary   every  month showing the number of day's  treatment given during the month and  the bylaws or regulations ot a hospital  receiving aid have to be approved by  the lieutenant governor in council and  such institutions are   to   be   open   lo  inspection by persons appointed by the  lieutenant    governor.       The     nut-unl  working  out of the  details of this act*  will be of course more or less exj>ei'i-  .nontal but no  ono  can  cavil at  the  principle   of  regulating   state   aid to  " such    institutions    by    their   actual  ���������usefulness rather than by  thc pull on  the government of the representative  of the riding in which lhey happen  to  be    located.    -The    act     places   the  haphazard system or rather utter lack  of system hitherto  prevailing in   the  =   pfovinctriirihis-particularoira&ti-ietly-  business   footing  and   is   to   be commended on that* account, though some  of its clauses may have to  be altered  or modified beforo it passes tbe bouse.  The Chinese Commission. ���������  Tin' lloyal Commission appointed to  inquire into tho conditions of Orteu'-  iil immigration into imd settlement in  1!. 0. has placed its rcpti-.-l and liiulings  in the bands of the Dominion Govern-  iiu-nt* and the latter .has intuit; public  tht'. i-out'.lusiuu.-; arrived at. by the  CtimiuissioiKM's.  Tlu: findings t'.re prefaced by the  following quota lion I'roni tho ���������Minute'  of .Council auUuii'iv.iiig the appoint  Miicnt of ti Hoyal Commission, setting  IVirth "ihe representations made hy  llio people, aiul Legislature of Ilritiyh  'Columbia."  ���������'That the province in flooded with  tin undcsii-ahl'i I'l.i.-'*, of j.rop!*.'. r.on-  assimilafivo and most, lU'trhnciital tu  the wage earning el.t-t-t.*.-, of llio peop'.i'  of the Province, anil that Ibis exten  sivo'imniigr.'tliuu' uf Orientals ii-' iiUu  il menace to the health uf 'llu: cum-  inanity.  "Thai ther.u i.s probability of a  great disturbance lo the oconom!*.*  conditions in the province and ul  great injury being caused to the  working clashes- by the largo ini'utx of  laborers from China, as the standar.l  of living uf the masses of tho people  in that country dil'i'eia so widely fiom  tho standards prevailing in the province, thus enabling them to work ���������for  Umpire that the Pacific province of  the Dominion should bo occupied by  a large and thoroughly British poptt  lation rather than by one in which lho_  number of aliens would form a large  proportion."  -XVe find that these representation*!  aro substantially true and urgently  call for a remedy.  "AVe also find that the increase of  thc capitation lax from S-iiiO to $100 i.s  ineffective ant. inadequate.  "Vour commissioners arc of opinion  that the further immigration of Chinese laborers into Canad.i ought to be  prohibited.  "That thc most desirable and effective means of attaining this end is by  treaty supported by suitable legislation. _.  ���������  "That in the -'meantime, and until  lhis can be obtained the capitation  tix should be raised to S.'jOO.  "The only point upon wliich your  commissioners could not agree is the  date when the capitation lax ought  to conic into ell'ect. The Chairman  and Commissioner Foley are of the  opinion that the capitation tax should  be raised to *>")0U at once, while  Commissioner Munn is of opinion that  ,*jvl00 should be. imposed for two years,  iind if a piuhibifive treaty be not  obtained within that period, - that it  then be raised to $500."  K. C. Clutk. Chairman  !J>. 3. Munn.  C. Klll.HY  The foimd.'ition should be laid by buying Real  Estate in tin- new Town of  ���������re^tjtri^js-j^rgTOTCTrwrre^rtM-- ������i������m������iiii������s������m!CTmjii|i  ig^miftffggt,m?iT*wr3r,'c-r? mm :xi :.-xxi.-c-  bituate right at the Doors of all tlie Famous lAsh Greek Gold Mines.*  StlHiRaS?   ^gO-if^-T^L ������      FIFTEEN nniiiih?,'  ij    GOLDFIELDS, will tnkc you to the mouth of the big-  li    5,500 loot tunnel  on  tlie Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group,  YOUR   OPPORTUNITY   i.s now io  buy   at  the  bottom figures and \ ou will get  the advantage of tho  n pa E?a tf^-fre FROM one to two  ^WBBB-45 IVlOre   raCIS hour,,   walk   will  take you to  the   Big   Goldsmith Group,   Scott Group,  Widc'WeHt,  Beatrice "and Trilby groups, and a host of  other  properties   that will   advertise   the Fish   Creek  Camp, in B. 0.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to the  Fiiinous .Eva, Imperial and Oyster Groups.  raise" that is sure to come next yetir.  INVESTIGATE  AND YG0  WELL  BE  PREPARES  TO TAKE THE  CHANCE.  224 LOTS HOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR TBE MARKET IH A FEW DAYS.  LOCAL'AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. G.  LEGAL  jm.scovr' v:ii.,)itiLii.7y:yi7y7::7'y y���������  Barrister, ;^ Solicitor.^Ndtary ^Public,: Ktt.  First Street, Kevelstoke.:; ">: : '-LL:L ::':L: Ly.'.;  -. Money to loan,.,.: ...yiy,������������������:������������������������������������ yyyyyy.;...���������:;. .,*���������;  H  ARV.EY, 31'CAETEli A'TlNKimt-L  Barristers; Solicitors;'Etc*;77 j!7*  Solicitors for Imperial Bunk of Canada.  ���������: Coinpanv funds to loan nt8 per cent. -  *:',  KiltsT Stbeet.' IlevelstokeB. C.':7"i  \il.hy  sassa  notice  NOTICli���������Thalsixty days ufter: ilute I Intend  ���������loViippIv- to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and.Works for permission7 to purchase  320 acrcsof land sitini Icon tlie Northeast. Arhi  of.Arrow. Lake,-in the: District uf .West Koole:  nay. B.C.Viuul des'cribud ns follows: .���������.":.' i._y  .;'Commencing from S.V*'. corner, of T.ot 11*11,  thence Norlti. u������tro>ro.iiIe.*ul' a) chains; tlienee  West SO chains; thence South IHI chains ap-  ���������pfoxiin'otclv; ��������� tlienee ;: 120U clmins:,, iNortb-  Kiislerly to poinl of eoniinunccineht. .:���������..', '���������-,  .i:*:;Llf:-;:.v^;':;^;-:;FRED^ubiiiKSO\i*:.-^:*v'*-  "rcii. ti���������ity"yLy1'  -,' y-'7:,o:iiVsiiiisiv^go'' t.v.  Certificate of Impveroments.  T'StKli   IlUii  ;<lmill's* A I.I. TUAINS.  l-'IUSiT CLASS   ACCOMMOOATIOX.  HEATED BY HOT AIR.  HEASONABLE; KATES.  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT LN EVEEY BOOM.  NOTICE  ---l Red Roser*.'Degree "meets soeond,.and fourth  Tnesllavs* of each7������������������month';���������'WhiteM*toso; Degree  meets third Tuesday.oreacli quarter, in Oddfellows :Hall.";.V.isitiiit;.brethrenAyelcqine7^  :; . : ;  g>e. G rtoGAK; ��������� c';'i:v!77ii y; ���������Edwards, : -*:  -.;;;":��������� "President;:;;y:-;,:;v7v7IIon. Secretary.:,  SOCIETIES.  LOYALvO RAN GE:;LQDGE74No31658.  * Regiilnr, meetings are hold in thi:  Oddfellow^ IIalfon :lho Third: Fri-  ..day of,each montli, Rt 8: p.m. sharp;  Visiting*brethren, cordially invited:  :-,-: Liy y A:' iLll'SSO'SLW. it:,:���������'.:-:������������������ -  :.Ly:Lt .���������;*.'W;'G:'B1HSEY, RcccSec.-';'*;���������  m^.  CHURCHES  77 METHC>piST'CU'CRCH,;KEVi;LSTOKR;7,^:;'/::**r  :���������!' Preaelnng _ervices*'at7ll'a;in. and 7:30 p. m  Class ineHtfrit. at the close77 ofVthe: morning  servicfc:- Sabbatir School and Bible Class at 3:'M  Wcck'lv .'Prayer Meeting:.every : \Vednesday.  evening- al7:30. The : public are i." cordially.  Invited':'feats free. yyiSy-LiyLyy. ���������..;..���������.. -.' L'tL^Ly *;.  ���������yy,Ly\'y ..,yyy    ���������',���������;,*    -:'    Rev. C,. LADXEP.,;Pastor.!.-.  LL'.',. '^T.-pi^EKii'aicncu/ANGLicAV.v.'.V;*;;..^.  1'Eight SiOT.-.tloly Eucharist; II a.m., 7i������a";*.is,  .Ultfliiy and. sermon (Holy Eucharist ���������flrst*Sun-  (lay-iSn the; month); 2;:w .Sunday school,-or  children's service; 7:20Evensdrig (choral) and  sermon.   Holy Days���������.TheV.IIoly^Eueliarlst Is  :7Butto.^:Silver 7:Bd\v,i aiid7?7.Black*;'Diamond  Miiieral;eialm.s,!s;tufttc iti thoLardcaiiMining  Division ofAVest;^:po.tcUay^District;yiLyyyyyyy.  :7:,AVlici-e Located:*;* Near the .IIcadVofiLexing-  ton^Croek, a.tribulary;.of;l-Ish;Creck.*#,;::;:.v7,;,,  57:'rA7SE;-NdTlCE>thai:IrA^]^Cuminins,':iis  Agent.for the.-:DoublesEagle-Miriing .'and;: Development7 Co 111 punv,'7Limited,.of Ecrgiisou,7  B.C, .'rl'rce. Miner's7 'Certiticiito-iNo.i 31,Sal,,  into lid,'sixty days from the; date: hereof,:: to  apiilytothe -\i iiiiiigPccordcr.for.aCcrtirinate  of Iniprovcnients;vfor llie purpose of-obtaining  a-Crq\vn.Grantof theuboveclaiiiK*-;v-:; '.Ly'Lyy  ::Ai*.d7iUrtlicr Take Notlcelliatactioii.tuude'-.  Section 37,-ni ust i.be. eommeiiced before-the  Issbariee qf'sucli.Certificate, pi'-lmprovements  : 'Dated this: twenty-tiiird day of Jaii liary.'A.D.  '���������m2Liyiyyy:yy/yLLy:L'yL..,.:,yLy:r..y:y:yy:yyy:y  ::L''Lyy^':::yy.-LyyL'A:-F;i5vni>ii^s;'F^7sL'L  ���������������������������:rFxAL^uyy;yyLyy....:yy,.r.yy,y-.yy..,;yy:y  IIOL'HLY STR15I5T OAK  jrr.UTS  ALL TH.AINS.  BAR WELL SUPPLIED BY: THE CHOICEST  WIN KB,   LIQUORS  AND C1QA118   Wholesale and Retail Dealers  TIIE CHINESE COMMISSION  ���������j  The   Chinese   commiesion   litis ccn-  ���������ttludeil its labors aniLthc res.ilt* of. its  .inqiiirieii and deliberations lseniboitiuil  in the report.'which will be   found   in  another    place   in    this   isMiP.     The  decision of the commisnion is as '.decidedly advei*.si*|toCiiine-eiinmiffi*iil.i(in 11 -  ���������it possibly.can bo.     It  declaios   inost  ���������Kinpliatically  against   the di'siialiility  of thesa peoplt* as residents ' nf  Crit,i*-h  Columbia, it condemns the   S100  head  tax ns insufficient and propose*, a $.-**)0  tax aa the  only   effectual   met Iiml   nf  keeping them o.it.    (t leaves  rio loop  hole for any further juj������iclitip  'on "the  paitof the  C.uiadian   GnviTiniivtit in  this most serious mat ter and nnexciise  for*  uny    further pi'iiKiastiiuittiin   in  dealing with it.    It it finite inconceivable that the Rovermnetit   can   ref'jse  tobc guided by the very decided finding  on this niattftr of a commission   of   its  own appointment   and   the.   IIkhald  fully expects to see somu very di asl ic  action taken 111.dei* this betid   by   the  government before the present sussion  closes.   They are  pledged   up   to   the  hilt to be guided by the wishes of the  people of British Columbia in   dealing  with this question.     Their   ideas   are  befoi-a  them   now    expressed    in    a  manner  impossible   to  evade.      The  only possible course left to the government to pursue is to accede to them.  TRESBYTERI.*..*.-  CHUP.CII.5"  Pen-ice ever*.- Sunday at 11 a.rii. and  30 p.m.  to which all are ivelcoinc. . Prayer meeting at  S p. :n. every Wedne-diw.  I'.r.v. w, C. Cai.th:b, Pastor.  ���������     A Suei.'t'sxftit -StrntnjjoTii.  V.'lion tin.' I'lecirlc telup-i-apii \vr,s f.rst  Inliodtici'd into Chile, 0 stratatji'in wai  resoi'tod to In order to miard ibp pos's  n:ul wiri-i tiutiIn-t dnmn^e on tlii'-rpart  of llu* n'ti'tlvcs'nn'il' to nialtittiiti the con  iioction between ihe stronsliolils on the  frontier. Thero were at lhe time between -to and 50 captive Indians in tin*  Chilean camp. General Pinto, in command of the operations, called them t'.i*  Si'ther and, po'nting to tho telegraph  :wires, said:  "Do 5-011 --tee thnso wires?" <r  "Yes. conoraI."  "\ want you to remember not to:^ri I  ���������H*nr or touch tlieni, for if you do yutr j  hands will be hob!, intl you will be uu   ;  able to pret away."  Tiie    Indians    smiled    Ir.cTodiilonsly   ]  Then  tbe general  made them caol; ir.  1   S"lTcce^*-iori���������i-tir:-^���������hr.lrl��������� f'.f���������*x-.r.. -.\-\ti.   p: _i celebrated m 7 a.m. or S a.m , as announced  ,_.",'. ,        .    ,     "' 7        i     Hray_BaT'-i'm"'iltcr-Sv*-ndr.v-Sr.l*,oi};-.**-t.j:35^-:_i!  both end? of an electric battery 111 ft;;* ! c A. i>bo<.c.*.'ii:i.. Hector.  operation, after which be eselniir.rih      1   "I command yon to let fro the wii-"."  "1 can't!    .^^y hands are benumbed:"  cried each Indian.  The battery was tben stopped. Not  Ioti������ after the general restored them io  liberty, giving them strict ln������-tr?i<.-tl<.!i3  to keep tbe secret. This bad llif desired ofTect, for, as might be expected,  the experience *n*as related in th-:  strictest conf.dcnce to every man if, the  tribe, and tbe telegraph remained unmolested.  Llncoln-H Offhnnrt V.'n-y, .   ..,  In IS01. when Mr. Lincoln w-qr otx bi*. !  *-.���������iy to U"fi?bln2ton to be Innutr'.i: 't__;d j  a-s president, bis train stop!>vd ::' '.'.-������ It- ���������  i-=ter.  Pa., n station on  tin*  I'ln-ini','*.*. '  I'oi't Wayne and I'liieagu ciib-.iiid.   Mr.  Lincoln nllchli-tl from the ear to pfieleii  his lonir limbs liy wnli:in*: u*i the sta  t'.**!i   platform.     IIi.s   Ul "it.i.',    been:;!..  l-.i'-'Wii  io   the   towii'-pe.,;.!..  ttusemtili*'!  tiiere. and a frie:id);' cuii'.i itntiuti with  him ensued.  in reply to a reference to tbe threatening politic."I outlook be said, "Oh, i:<>  e.uo has heen hurt yet."  Seei'ii' Q tall mau in th" crowd. Mr.  Lincoln remitrUed lhat he am! t> men  were of about the witim l.-.-ii'lil ;.;.il pro  posed tlint tlioy ineriKui'.-*. '1 Ley toos 01T  tbelr hats nnd stood together, back to  back, while" some one plticcVI a h  above the!:* heads and found  Mr. I.in  :7M^y'i^0^J^^y;M70  TAKE 'NOTICE tlmt sixty: days .after.'dater i:  i intend*to npplv, to the.Clilef rommisaioner  of (Lands and .M'o'rksfor --ncrniisslon"to. pur;  cliasd.aparcelof land described as follows^.jW-:.  Comiiiehiin!,';at1a'postri-iarlted Alice.rbfry's:  :Ko; lf.l'OBt;7 thence west '20 cliainsj-;: theuce  Nortli *10chains'; tlicncel*:ast.20chain's;.thence  Sou tii *10 chains to: point7 of ;fcommeueement.  Tliisfraction i)f.laii(l.commoiieos:.Ki>rth..of ll."  F. l'err*;'s'.prc-empiiou iollowing .McKcnziu's  Norl:li-.\Vcsl:;Linei..7eontaiuiii|_ about.80 acres,  more'or less.-: ','- -"���������:'.���������. '.-���������' -L'^fyr.r,y.���������LL^-'-yyL--.:iyy  ���������';���������: '-y-Lyr.-yryr ..yyyyyyyyy yyy.AfACFirl'VRIVfLL  '. .Goldiields, Nov. 27,1901.: .:: ;.j.7:7: .: MW-iiK  JSTOTIG3U  T.O.!U>' CATHOLIC CHUHCir.  Ma-*i   at 10::������ a. m.,  nn   lirst,' second  and  fourth ."-unilay.** In the iti'iiuli.  J*.EV.   KATIIEIl   TIIAVEIt.  NOTICE is hereby- given .:that SO: days aiter,  :;"date7J:ihtendto apply::to the" Chief Com-:  missioncrbf Lands and: Works for permission  to cut and carry awa^timber from tlie::f(illo\v-.;  iug described lands:-���������Commencing at, 11. i>o<t  at tlie.'south-east.corner of ��������� Roger;. !���������'. Perry's'  pre-emption,7,.marked'7 /'Southeast .eorii.*.r. of  timber, limit applied Ior::by*'-I0.1:*'0rildsuilth"'*  thencc;west40 cliaina; tlienee north 100 chains;  tlicnce cast,*10 chains to'Kish; Creek;':t hence  following .themoauderiiiBS of ;FisIi 7Crec*k; 1{',0  7nhains-to-poi*au6^commenccmciit:;i_contaihIng:  5*10 acres, more or loss.   : :        \   : "Tv7" ~  ���������'���������-������������������'��������� ..:���������:.;���������"''..;*. i.yy.y ������������������:������������������.��������� f. j:,goli>;mitii,:"  Tliomsonjs/I.ancling, October lOiii, IWl.������������������.-; -.  nsroTioEJ.  SM.VAT70S   AKStV.  c ling every mgiil::; -.heir  Hull on Front  T  X^     rllty   ���������  H   EDWARD  TAXITiKli.MI.ST.  iiFF.tl itF.AD^, illi'-I'-. f*'1'. MOCSTKI),  3v]JrlA^^ ^^"y'reS'ii-s' ciicitcif  Tnlr.I ^lr'*.t.  J TAKE'������������������S'OTICE that GO days 'after': daiu.I  Inteii"! to apply to the Chief:Commissioner 61  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  the followin������rde3cribcd lands: ;::..:���������. ;f,:7  7 Commcnciin: at ii post marked "12 McAdams'  "o.lPost," situnte close toUlio.old lino of  IliUA: Ilrant ford's pre-cm|ition, Fish Creek,  thence nol'th-10 chains,:tlif!ii<*!;.west 20 chains,  theuce son tl) III Hindis, tlicnce cast-20 ehnins  to point of commencement. -������������������������������������������������������.,.,,    .  ���������'������������������ fioldlields.Jnii.lSth, 11102.   :: :..���������:;,.....,:,::;,;  ��������� ���������-��������������������������� .���������-;���������������..������.*.���������: r.:.*..:.:.Tii.*-.tv-..;.=l..,...-,:J5..Mi;.JpAll.,-.:i  '������������������������������������''��������� 7C'yyl fe'N'OTICE;:'���������%;l%7yiy.  m  ������1i  PRIME BEEf  F.     PORK.     PlIJiTON.    -SAUSAGE.  FISH AND G AME IN * SEASON.' ;  LIMITKD;  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  Wu have purchaser.-; foc.all kinds of tnetallifei'oas.mines and. pros-  pects. jinil desire to houi* from iJi'ospectors and others' having property  fur M.ilo. ���������-  Onr facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled.  y-jiiil us rapoi'Ls; also samples of ore for exhibition at onr Office.  " THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.      '  P.O.Box 70 ,.    -   .. Noleon, B.C.  -���������.... p***.        ,i   . ....jCpgBtv1j^i^|<.������gW1W������J.<J.-IU-^rf.'UI.>LI>I.J|l������lJ^������.l.������ll������^������������n^iM^^^iMMM������  TAKK NOTICE Hint OT days after date I  - * intend tn apply to the CltletC'ominl.ssloncr  of Lund*, and Works lor permission to cut nnd  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  coin to be slightly the taller.  'MiSSSiM^  arry iaway timber from  tlie  following des  urlli-d liuid-i i  ijoitinv'nrln;: nt a post marked 7'oiter l*.  I'crrv'.- *-'>?iLlien*-! corner p-i*.t situate ahoiit 20U  feelliiiin iri-n'.l Creek, thciice lie-*, to clinins;  ll.,'iicc north P'O 1 hains; ih.Mice oust *10rlinins;  ihcnce ������.mill H'e chains, to tliu place of cum*  ineueeincnt. caiiir.inin_;i'.lti ncics. ,  HCtiKH 1'. I'llhllV.  Goldlieldd. Il.C, fict 17.1:.'���������$.)!.      N..v i-if  Certificate of Improvements  IN|?E!t1AI.|     IMPr.niAL FRACTION  AHD SURPRISE MIHEftAL CLAIMS.  c*.ti;ate in tiik i.r.vi-.i.sTO-*!'. mining  *->   I)lvl?lon of V.'i-t KL.ot������nay liliitrict  II. Cl. PARSON', Preildeut.  M, J.O'BRIEN; MTinRRlni. Director  ^e Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  .'Limited'Liability.     ' '    ' '       -  Carry a full and complete line of  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandiea, Rums,   .  Holland, OEd Tom, London .Dry and Plymouth Gins,  Ports, Sheries, Clarets,.Champagne, Liquors  5 I t-n ported and Domestic Cigars.  I  fer-.Vi.30rJ. B.C  An  Apt   Ameiiilnlcist.  Tears ns;o a bill ctltitleil "An net for  the'preservation of tbe heath hen run!  other (.ismc" wns Introduccil. Into the  New York houee of nsscinbly.  Thc spenker of the house, -svho v.-tn  not ospoelnlly interested in tn.iilej's of  thia kind. Rrnveiy lend it. "An net fo,-  tbo preservation of tbo heathen anil  other game."  ITe was blissfully unconscious of bis  blunder until an honest member from  the northern part of the etatr who bail  miffftrcil from the depredations of the  frontier Indians rose to tils feet.  "I should like to move an nmendnient  to the bill," he said mildly, "by nililiiij;  the words  'except Indians.' "  TJiVi������ TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  r.nniiiiif: l><*tir'f-'i .'rrr.������li.*n.l, Tlionnon'*!  Ian '.xr,xr nnd ''omtiphx. if.nunMK iii^c October  nth, 10*lii "ill :*.'il n*" l'ill'*.i*i, wenther permlt-  iinc': '        = |t  I^nvlni. Arrowlir-iid fnr '1 Uniii-on'-i L^nillllg  mi'l'Jumni.ll-c *���������*   tnle"������liijly���������ink. and l--fe-  Ienvliii; fnrnnplit and TIkhm^oh'* imtnllnit  forArrowli-ni'       tv,i������*e .ln:l:.-7:ir,k nnd Vl-.l-K  M'lkiin;'di.. ������������������ ni,> 1 limit \wtli all C. r. it.  Stcinii"r.*i and 'Iriilo*..  Tlie cuiicr- r���������ierve llie rlitlil toUmpac times  0/ siilllllB*' witheul notii'e.  Tho Fred Robinson Lumber Co., limited  here  J.ocftl'd:     On  Kij'Klone Mountain,  1 V.sj, i;c*r.d.iie.urI)o������ni'j CrooK.  ' 'lAKj: N'lTiCK tlmt I. ���������������"������������������' ?��������� M<,''fr"!r  n",i,K ri nt.enllor.1. l������. (Jralinin.^ree Ml.irr .  f'rr,fi.'������ii So. I>. ~H iinilInrM.������.\l'*lti*r*.  Ir-*; \.:n-"'i Ortlllc-lfc N'i. W2I. Iiili'ii'i '���������������  X'hi'-tl--��������� the >l������ly )ior<":. tn npplv Iti t ..*  Mlnlnz l*..-i i.rilor 1*T Certiliehti-i i.f biiiTm'-  mei.1** l,.r tin; ).uii.i>*ib "I t>l'/*������lnlJ!������ l-.-miiij,,  'imiiliiFl iliviiliovu <'lnlm������. ' ;  AMi riM:TIIi:it TAKE.N'OTICK that   ������-���������!������������������������ '  nnrt.T ���������'i*i*ll������n.'ii, inuil bo (*nTnini*tn*i*'I   !<������������������.,irt*  liieii^ju.,,!- 0! I't'.'li Ccrtlfi"ftto  of iHipmye  ���������mctiW.  Jiatcil tl.li lOtli dnyof ?'i!l.riia>.v'. A.l>. ll^/J..  J--<:1> Coo. B. MeCarter,  in the county. coo.irr: ov kootenay,  hoi.i)i*:n at hkvklstokic.  HiirwiiRN:--���������  iluhuri Unlcy, uf IlorcUtokc, B.C., plaintiff.  and <t  N. Ilnskell, of * JtvvvlKlnkc dijfondniit.  Tn N. lla*:l;ol! thu aliove, named delundftiit:���������  TAKK NOTICK Uiui 11 ili-fiiult summons and  I philiil have heen 1 sned out of this Court  n:iahi*i vuu in an nc.iinii nguliist vtiu liy Kotiert  ctiicv;������������������'of* Itevelnloke, H.C.. to recover the sum  of flli.00 for' tiourd (ind IoiIkIiik furislu'.d to  yon liy the ahove named tditlutlff, and that in  pursuance ol an order of Hirfjlloh. J. A, Forin,  j'ndul-'of this Court, vou lire required   wltliiii  II dav*. from the iiiihlii-iilion of this notfeo in  the l:i:n:i*.-TOKi: 11 i*|i.n.i>, newspaper, to file your  ill*.p'iif iirito, if nnv, wjih the Hei;i-*tiar ot this  i'* uri i,t i:.-*.*<*l-;t. !;',., <,|hein ite Jiidgincnt will  h ��������� **ti', 1 'i hin-,1 you,  li.it.'.! ������������������.hi.uin Mnri'h.    .1>.. Itifli.  I ;ti:n. I'ttASKR,  registrar of the .ounty Court.  THE CITY EXPRESS  ~E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, ete.  to any part of the city  Tenders WantecS.  TUN'DXir-j    for  tlio   erection ������r,n  f.-.vii-.s!n**i.\- hfick Imildinf; a 1. tbe c*oi*  <if   M.'ICe._'/.io   iivtintii). nntl   First  :s::*ee|. v.'u'l be n.i.'eivod   Ivy  tiio  liniler-  siii'ieil iip to M.iri:ii i'jib nt n'ooi}.'  T!u.*   iuivui������,  or   any     tender    not  :iei*'\>*i:li*ily aceeptetl.  |'!.i!.������:iH 1 sjiecjii'-jations inay be been  tit Uiu'titiicu. of  NOTICE.  f'JiiKineefs. Kiiemen, Mucliinisls and  Hlertt'iciiinbr-eiiil for-10 pape paniplilft  fontainitiir   Mtit-stioii-f   ask.*d,   by    Kx  .���������iiniriinp; rionid of Kii.eincei-a  t.o cibtain j  Bnpineets license.     Address  Geo.  A.\  Zeller.   Publisher.   18   S.   Hb St..   St  Louis, Jlu., U.K.A.  C. B   HUME & CO  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The  choice  land   north  of  track,  between Tapping's'and Long's, will-  be  subdivided for sale as soon as  possible.  G. M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C  P. O. Boz.'425.       '���������*��������������������������� !  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  AU orders left at-R.M. Smyttae's Tobaooa  tore, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  ttention.  Jas. I. Woodrow  ���������RUTOHER  Retail Dealer iu���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Eto,"  Fish aad Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  "a- Lisaa:..
The Smelting Centre of the Similkamecn Vallcv. Backed by thc payrolls of .two
gigantic coal companies and thc Copper and Kennedy .Mountain Mines.
Surrounded by the following resources: Coal, gold, copper, silver and a fine agricultural country. Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a climate almost southern
and all that could be asked. =
ASllNOLA is mvned.ind backed by thp p-iyroll of lhc f_.iiiiilk:i!n**c*:i Valley Conl Company. Ltd.,
which is a guarantee in itself nl' its. success. The equipment, and development of their foil mines, insl-iilling
of water, electric lighi ancl power plants, are ulre.uly arran^i'il for. The development of lite A-din d.-i Coal
Company's mine by the Eastern Capitalists wbo have established their payroll tit, ASHNOLA, makes it tho
coming city of the interior of British Columbia.
Sreat Prosperity
advanced "J.."i*.
A City of Wonder, Progs-ess asid
Lots in Ashnol.-i are safe investment:).    In Block*, 1 to I and 1.1 to 20 the price will l-p
per month until .May l*��t. 101)2, anil to ti'n per sent, in thu remainin'-C block.-..    The present price is from $50 lo
.$225.    Twenty -five per cent, cash, three, six and nine ninnl lis without iin.ere.-t.
Arrangement**, are already completed for Kiylit building, including cotta^c-s for the Employees of
the company at Asbniila.    This work will be tinder full headway by ilay 1st.
Four years ago tbe Crow's Nest Shares utiuld be lii>in_;hL and \veiv sold at 11 cents. Today they are
quote 1 nt $80.0(1. With the advent of tratif-porlatitin, Siniilkameen Valley Coal can be delivered al" any
point in West Kootenay or Vale a�� cheaply a�� by any other Company in Canada.
 NELSON,  B. C.	
t&9&��j*j*����i*r��&*LHHK*&y*L>L*P:tr-3-�� i��-s*#*?**ts>j>t**:��itf*j��***.*:*^Aw^^
j ���<_. - \
S3 -S3
CIRCLE CITY  is thc  Terminus   of   thc   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed
via the Lardeau  Creek with fork to that point.
CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at thc base of  thc Lardeau  Pass,  Galena
and Surprise Creeks.
CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded
by    Wining'   Properties   now   under
!�����>, f�� >��?.,
*   .v*ste*!i5':*r*i-^'*i'*\.
*N*_W.=f**��iL&rrf O
CerpordtsoH ef tlie
City e! Revelstoke
BYLAW. Kg 59.
A BY!.AW lo nuthoiixe lIn.* Coi-poi-.nion
ol'tlu* Cily of IiuwKtoU*.* to sell and
d.spose of Lot 7, in lllock 23, Plan oy>.\,
Ki-volsloU.*, to Thomas A. Welton, ' tlu*
same 1101 h-**ng* iv.|ti:.i-.*d for Corporate
purposes, and lo aeeep.l from s.tid Welton
as payment t neve i'or, Lois a and y, Block
23, Plan fij6A. Kevelsioke.
V,'i'!l*;Ki:.\S the Crin.uli.in I'.-u-ilii: Railway Company on Uil* 2-rllx day 01 September 1H99, delivered to Ibe Corporation of
tlie City of Ue*. elslo'te ;i free eonveyttnee
oi Lot 7, in T.k-el: j_i. Plan 636A, fn llu*
City <��f i-tevel'iiolse, ;ts a site I'or ,-t ."ire.
Hall on eondition tbat Thomas A Welton.
liie owner of adjoining property, .should
convey lo s.tid Cily a lot ol land lor a Mice
purpose fiee of change lo llu* Cily, anil in
fi.itiieranci: of such arran.u'einent it was
anTi'ivd by and belween llu* saitl Coiper-
alion aiul the .saitl Welton that if llu-* .said
Welton would convey to the saitl Corporation Lots S and 9. iu said lilocl: 23, as a
site I'or a I'ire 1 bill, five of chart;-..: to llio
.said Corporation, the sai.l Corporation
would convey to the said Welton in
exchange llierofor, tiie saitl Lot 7, in Rlock
J... the same bein^ no lonjjer retpiired for
Corporate purposes.
AND WJIKRliAS the said Welton has
conveyed lo the said Corporation lhe said
Loth t> and 9, in s.tid Hlot-k 23, in exchange
for the said Lot 7, in said Block 23, and
tlie saitl Loi 7, in Block 23, is no longer
required for corporale purposes.
NOW, TIIF-RKKORK, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation ofthe City of
Revelstoke cnacl a.s follows:
1.���It shall be lawful for lhe Corporation of the Cily of Revo stoke lo sell and
dispose ol Loi 7, in 131oek 23, Plan 636A,
in the Cily of Revelstoke lo Thomas A.
Welton, the same bein_c not required for
Corporate purposes and to accept as
payment for .such real properly Lots S
ancl 9,  in   said Block 23.
Read a first lime February 2SH1, 1902.
Read a second time February 2S1I1, 1902
Read a third time February  2S1I1,   19021
wilh lhc unanimous consent of the Council.
Received the assent'*" of tlie 'electors
March 1902.
Reconsidered and finally passed and
adopted by thc Council March 1902.
Mining" Engineers ��
and As.saycrs,
VANCOUVER, li.C.       Ksltiblisliorl 1S00
assay \vo;:�� OF all descriptions
'I t"-f iiinilc up tn _!,uiinil-s.
f,      A s|l(.<.in]|y miulu of flicfkini.' Smeller
ff.     S.un|ilus from the Iuleruir liy mini or
"j.  oxpft'is I'ltimptly tiltunduil to.
Ci.rrt**-]xjiuIoni'u Lolleitotl.
*****,***********>X ***********
& oe
KiU'ce-*or to li. Juuhlns,
Jliinufiteiuicrs of
Repairing' of Boots, Siioos
cinci Harness, a Specialty.
Hsxt Door to Guy Barker':;:
Ably furnished with the
Choicest the Market
Large, Light bedrooms.
Rates $t a day.
Monthly Rate.
J. Albert Stone ���   Prop.
Which will be utilized* next Season by Concentrating Plants.
Gk-B. BA
Fersnsbn, B. G.
TAKE,NOTICE "that the above is'a true
* copy of the proposed J>ylaw upon
which the vote of the Municipality will be
taken at the Eire" Hall, Second Street
Revelstoke, belween the hours of eighl
o'clock in lhe forenoon and four o'clock
in the afternoon on the fourteenth day of
March; A. D., 1902.       -  - -
'   C. E. SHAW,
Clerk of the Municipal Council.
Kegrets that he is unable
through ilh.css to be present nt his Studio and attend, to business us usual.
Ho hopes, however, to be
able to re-open the Studio
shortly nnd will announce
the date in this space.
lievelstoke, B. C.
S0gIBc| Sep
Is the recognized 'organ for all tho latest mining news of North
.Kootenny. Particular attention ispaid to securing early and reliable
.intelligence from tbe newly discovered Free Milling Gold'Cmnps'on Fish
���River and-froin-tbe-pUicei-_and_quartz,iniue'3,o��_the_i5ig_.BeiiiLand-,disti:i''|,.__
in the'iminediate activity of Revelsloke, such as Illecillewaet, Albert
Canyon, Jordan Pass and I-sunt: Creek. Next season will witness a liig
revival of certainty throughout. North ICootenay, ,nnd mining men and
others desirous of gaining the oai Iiest and most authentic nows -from the
district will find thc columns oi! the IH'JRATjD their best source of
information.        \
Railway News is also a Specialty of the HERALD and articles of
special intciesl to Railway men will also bo found in its columns.
nil vimm
53  -s-
 ���  ��� m
��� i lnrge raiifjo ol Point I.ncc,
I)uflio**s Kinl liitttonbiirir
Jlranl.', Ptiunperl I)c**igns,
SiHinjicd I.inuns, Eiiibroklcrv
Xcoillut, liuok.s, &r.
H'.'rlin nud Zcplivr Wools, nil
slnulu!,, Slipper Solo.**, Vnlcn-
clcnco.J.iicu, Intertion.
Call nt the  .,,
ggj> Mjsses Sheppard &_B_cll m
vS JfeTCeiizic Avenue      or.iil      fe?
for Sa
First, Class Dry Wood
rlt'livuretl in ;my length
fo- C.t>b.
- - TIIK HERALD oilers advantages in ils total "Weekly eiiciiial'.on
and the class of readers, which it ronchos, unparalleled in tlio district, lt j
appeal's twice to any other paper's otice a week and is found in the homes j
of the wage-earning classes, the backbone of the business of tlie diotricl. |
. Bu8\nessinen want their annuuneoiui'nU to reach the home people who s
have thc money to take advantage of their nlVers and the houii'K and j
families wliich render it necessary for them t o spend it. No other clas**-. of |
circulation is of any use to them. These are the kind of people who make i
up a big proportion of our SuliHcribers, people with homes, -famine.**;, j
employment and interests right at home, tho people Revelstoke iricrch- j
ants want to get at. A space in our advertising columns, judiciously and j
thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to ovei y hemic in j
Revelstoke, and in thc Railway ai.d Mining points, tributary lo Hovel- |
stoke business.
osnai ti-Bmagoiaii
Ii sLha
Ts the completest in the district for appliances, material and
Craftsmen. Our work speaks for itself. No other office in North
Kootenay can touch it, because wc not only have tho tools to do good
work with, but we know how to use Ihem. Call antl see tun* ���Saiupl'-s and
you will perhaps be surprised to see Ibe artistic anil flni-shed class of work
which we can turn out.    Prices graded down to -suit the times.
>   Yi'ri'.e for c\:r intercstiug
jcr15 Help" nnd  '��� How ym
ip books " Invent-^
���nn are swindled."
/Scndu^n rough sketch oi n:oiJel of vour in-?
ivc:i*,:oii orimpro\en:cnL mid v/e will tell you?
ifree our opinion nslo whether il is probably)
-���liateiitablc. Kitted rpr-'lcGtlonshnvcoften)
>beeu *urct-r.ri:riy picfi-.culi tl bv u*-. Wc)
/coud'.icL fully cq.i^K'-ccl oiT.rcs in Montreal)
j and \V:��!-iii"��tn:i ; tin.- qualifii-S us to pionipt-)
My dispatcirwotk. nnd (;_iickly s cure Patents)
;ahb:c��'Ci as iheinvauUou. Ilighcbt icfcicuces)
3 fiirni'-hed. )
?    I'ateut-! procured throuijii Mai ion -Si Marion rec*si\er.p''cj��l notice v.-ithout charge in
/over 100 iv wspr.peis distributed tluougliout
Stlie D minion.
7   Specialty :���Pfit-jvt business of   Manufacturers and liTiginetrs.
-:    Patent Export*. arsd-Sclicitors.
)nll]���..   i   New York LiiuIJ'Irt'cr, riontrcnl?
Why .poison   your systems
using Condensed Milk, done
-   .  i-i
up   in   old   rusty   tin   cans?
. when you can buy pure
ited I!!
Lady or'Gentleman!!*    -
Tn represent Uie <iltl reli.-ilile
Lnniliui k ��iiinc:i*-liii*ui Life.
The (Jhildren's Entltuvint-nt,
nntl ten p.-iymeiil bond policies,
elf. ���
JMii!.fc parents nre willing to
uive tlu'ir litiys a stiirl in life
by taking 1111 entlowment made
payable atage 30, paying the
pi (Milium until ilie boy is able
lo cm ry it liiuiselt',
Miiniij.Pi' for 13.0.���Noi lh west.��� Yukon
Vancouver, B. C.       '   ~
Canadian? Paoifle
Sal tea?
I Baker and.
!   Confectioner
A full and Complete
line of
i * Cor. Mackenzie Ave. *
X and Railway Street. %
E AST BOUND     S:20
SO UTII150 USD     S:10**
-     TO ST. PAUL
Tuesdays nnd Sundays to Toronto
l'Vidiiyu���-To Montreal nnd llo-iton
Now   on Sale froni Kaslern Point,"?
Lowest U.'itcs nnd Slcal Sorviuo to ]
and from till point**. *   j
For full information, printed j
111aIter, ete., enll 011 oi* tulilruoH, {
Doubtlessly the man in the dispatch
ei-'-t iillii't*. Iniving little or no practical
knowledge nl the actual  elVort   nect'i-
��:uy tn cal-iy out an order, which is'svi
c.isv In isiiic. thinks the road   men   a.
set   of  ignorant liiiili-ontents.    When
tliey ask a crew how long it will   takt-
llioin to do a certain amount of work
.md the reply conies. "I don't know,"
it is accepted as evidence of-idiocy   on
lhe pari of tho   conductor,   when,   in
fact, no man   on   earth   could   know,
until lhc station \v.is reached, and the
lumber and location of the cars to  be
handled was ascertained,  and  it   was
learned what the agent "had   to   go."
Now let us suppose the conductor,  in
liis eagerness to get over the road, had
replied to the inquiry of the dispatcher
that he "had nothing   to   do''   at   the
.. ,latinn named except "fet   a   car   out
tnd placo it jit   the   elevator."     The
lispatcher takes him at his word,  and
knowing that the agent at the ^station
referred to has nothing to go, makes u.
meeting   point   for  this   train   with
.mother important train at the station
beyond, whicli has no telegraph office.
Whon the first station is reached thoy
pull through the yard to the lowerend.
and proceed to set the car at theeleva-
tor���hut what do they find ? The train
ahead, the one they are following, has
set out a disabled car ou the head end
of the strinp; of cars   ou   the  elevator
track. The entire draft rigging isgone!
A switch chain is  dragged   from   the
caboose, some forty cars distant; after
twenty minutes of worry and "work th��
"cripple"' is ''tied 011' to the car next
to it: and slowly they   begin   to   drill
baekwardand forward, making a dozen
couplings,   the   chain   twisting   loots
from the axle of the damaged car two
or three times.   At the expiration   of
fifty minutes they  are  ready   to   go,
nnd looking buck down the yard at the
signal board and finding it clear,  they
fly for tho meeting poiut.   An important    train    has  been   delayed  fifty
minutes!   The "old man" demands an
explanation from the dispatcher,  and
t,he latter proves that "ib was the fool
conductor" who reported', to   the   dispatcher that ho "had nothing to do"
at the station where he staged nearly
tin hour.   The conductor was to blame
for the   entire  trouble���for  certainly
the dispatcher was not to blame!   The
fact of the matter   was   that   neither
wns to blame; a large proportion ofthe
delays and mishaps lhat occur on tha
road nro unforseen, if not unavoidable,
and it is more than useless for  a  dispatcher to sit in his   office   and   fume
md fret at the "ignorance"   or   "coa-
trariuess'' of the train   crews.     It   ia
ignorance on the digpateber's part o
the actual effort necessary to chain up
a car. or the time to gel a heavy train
over a hill, or of the thousand and one
little obstacles that continually lie   ia
the path ofthe   train   crew   who   are
doing their best to get a train over th��
road lhat causes them to   think  road
men all that's bad. If all train dispiith-
ers were required to "do time" in road
.service they would conclude that road
men were not the most'trifling p��opl��
ou earth.
Wheat,     ��� Oats,
Short,       Bran,
���j    Hay, Coa'.
I'rice*. nwny tloHii for Spot Cn**li.
|��   CSg'ar   Facto ry   -jf
<��_��) (i|
I-I. A. BROWN,   Prop.-
T. W. Bradshaw,
A (.Cllt
E, .1. Coyle.
Anils!. Coil.
l'nisoiiBor Atfcut
1   ALEX. fricLEAN  &   CO
A-jcul*. for llie
Mason &Riscli Pianos
J. Mcleod's Residence
All orders left at \V. ]\I.
Lawrence's will be promptly
attended to.
H. Cook.
��    ...
T*h'.'tsc don't try and rim us
out of town by sending your
orders east. "We tnusit have
your.work in order,Io live.
Wi; depend on you for our
���wol-k! Eastern houses do
not! Do not allow yourself
to-.be roped in by thoir p<*d-
rflyi'.s.     We   alhti guarantee
.  to (jive you   better satisfac-
' tionfor youv money.
ZR + 'S.   "Wirs-OUST,
Next the McCarty Block.
A Triumph, of Surgery
One of the most remarkable triumphs of modern surgery achieved iii
connection with the present campaign
in South Africa is furnished by an
operation that has recently been performed upon Captain A. R. Finlay, ot
the Second Battalion of the Bedfor-
shiru regiment. This ofllcer was shot
Ihrou^h the head at Vlakfontein, the
bullet penetrating the forehead' and
eventually emerging at the hack of
the skull, lie was picked up on tho
battlclleld apparently lifeless, and wa��
carried to the nearest hospital teat.
There he remained in au unconsciou*
condition for nearly two montns,
during the whole of wliich period on��
side of his hody was paralyzed. He
wud then sent?to England, in the faint
hope that the sea voyage might
possible do him sonic good, and, on his
arrival at Southampton, was removed,
more dead than alive, to a privato
hospital in Welbeck street. While ia
this institution he came under tho
professional care of* Mr. Victor - Hor��-
lcv, who succeeded in removing no
fewer than 27 pieces of shattered bono
from hii head, and thus restoring
sensation to the shattered side.
CapUiin Finlay stood the operation
exceedingly woll, and his cotnpleto
recovery is confidently anticipated.
Piano Tuning
II. J.Clarry, piano tuner, Toronto^
will pay his annual visit to Rerelstoke
about 25th of March. Orders for
tuning miy bo left at Canada Drug
and Book store. """"
���vi   I
I   Lit
i !
'��� '*
��-��, i. {
May he made in wearing
Tiiit'yi'ur ^i-oiitpst. mistake will
he nil*!'.* in not wearing One.
They .'ire it great, pri'venlativi*
nf cold and nobody should l��*
without one when they fan
gel llu'in so cheap nl ihe
All Sizes and Prices.
See tlieni in onr window.
A. Craig of the Landing was in town
The public school re-opened on
Monday morning.
���Fresh butter at A. X. Smith's.
C. J. Rumens came in from Ihe
.Standard Basin on Sunday.
.). I).'.Sibbald is expected to raurn
from lhe coast tomorrow morning.
���See nm* tailor made suits to order
at 815 ut Cressman's thu Art Tailor.
The -Virdeiiu Miners' have decided
to build and maintain a public hospital
m Ferguson.
The new A. it K. branch will be
rcaily to receive freight at Trout T.uki'
City by May 1st.
���Fresh Groceries at A. N.   Smith's.
T. G. Holt, McKenzie'''& Mann's
representative in li. C. went through
to the coast yesterday.   ���
I..OST���a bunch of keys, finder will
please leave same at 11i3i:ai,d office
and oblige owner.
W. and D. Smythe have   opened   a
��� bicycle livery and repair shop in  .J. E.
Wood's old stand on First St.
���$3000 worth of new Dry Goods,
etc., just opened at Reid & Young's.
C. J, Aman, who was in town at the
beginning of the week, left again foi
Nelson on Tuesday',morning.
The Minister of Public Works stated
in the house the other day that thc
Revelstoke   armory would cost $0,7(10.
���Fresh eggs at A.N. Smith'*..
lt. Gordon received his appointment
as member  of   the   board   of   license
' commissioners for the city this   morn
The annual meeting of the Carnes
Creek Consolidated was held in the
head ollice here yesterday- afternoon
and adjourned to 8 p.m. on March 2oth.
���See our tlireequarter box coat, fly
front, plain coat sleeve, slash pockets,,
yoke and sleeves lined, $15. To ortlei
at Cressman's the Art Tailor.
Mrs, Wilkes intended to'reopen hei
kindergarten on Alonday morning bin
owing to the unsettled state of tht'
weal her postponed the reopening for a
���The ladies are invited to inspect
our new goods which are just opened
tor inspection.    Reid k Young's.
It is reported that news has been
received from the Revelstoke delegation to Ottawa to the effect thai they
are badly disappointed in the result, ol
their mission.
Wonders will never cease. An
Ottawa despatch chronicles the fact
that Mr. Galliher spoke in the house in
favor.of the erection of armories for
the Rocky Mountain Kangers.
���Some beautiful Mercerised Colored
Sateens, The newest goods on tlu*
market.    Reid & Young's.
Found���On the O. P. R. track
between the tank iind the .'station* a
lady's black waterproof cape. Ownei
can recover^stime by applying at the C.
P. R. telegraph office and paying the
cost of this announcement.
��� Jas. -Finkham-u enl���in���coJiiirguiou
<B���   DO YOU WANT-
We arc selling them ofl at a liberal Discount.
You will find Our Store the Best Place to Buy. ^^
Our Prices are reasonable and our goods cannot
be excelled.\
@ We have lately imported ^
tthe choicest varieties of @
���_ the above in bulk, and f^
�� "... &
rsiA '���arcselling at
I     75c. per tt.
Highest Award
ai the World's Fai
w* -=
Union-Made Overalls
Boots and Shoes.
In  large and selected variety.    Ladies come and '.
inspect our stock before buying elsewhere.
We'have a  large new shipment of the favorite'
and reliable "EMPRESS SHOE" for Women
just coming in; they cannot be beaten for Style,
Comfort and Wearing Qualities.
g^ Don't Forget that We Always Carry a Complete Stock
of House Furnishings.
of all kinds
just opened up.
A set of
from   the ��� Foley  factory  ln
England, will suit you.
Hockey Skates
S will be tlie last clay you
S cart    get   your   Photos
| taken by me here.
| HOWARD   Kl^G,
2 s
���i. v^in+&^L**frjHB&i&fr**L&>*��:&i>jn
C*5^~ *���' *'
Otto  Fiechtl's Comic Players.
Otto Kicclill's Comic Players have
m.ule ii ilnte at Iho opera house for
March ISaiul 10. Tho company cuii.si-.ts
of lil'locn picked artists. The Rossland
Minor of Siitimliiy says:
Kecimsc ol the ilol.'iy in the Hod
Mountain train last night tlie performance liy Otto Fiechtl's comic players
did not commence until consiilerably
iiftei* 0 o'clock, ami il was arter midnight hel'ore the entertainment con-
cludcil. The house was v.vll filled ami
the performance gave general salisfac
tion. The company is ahove the
average, of Uu* attractions liilli'd in
Rosshind, and the fact that the audience remained lo such a late hour to
witness the entire entertainment is a
compliment Mint would be bestowed
upon few of the companies that have
played here this season at least. To
night a change of program is produced
and the company merits a crowded
CAPITAL AND FUNDS $38,365,000.
REVENUE     5,714,000.
DOMINION DEPOSIT .'      211,700.
Revelstoke, B.C.
FURNITURE GOODS must be sold
���at cost i" order to make room for
another large cur of Furniture, which
will be here, shortly, cull and see if
? we can't arrange to supply you. Now
is your opportunity to furnish cheap.
this morning to relieve \V. McDomild.
- manager of the local branch of the
Imperial 13ank, who is going . to
Edmonton, wheie he i.s to be married
to Miss Cameron on the 20Ui.
���New Muslins, new Ginghams, at
Reid cfc Young's.
An old country despatch announces*
the death on tbe 7th inst. nt his home
in Glasgow of Mr. James Dick, the
wellknownmannf.u:turer of submarine
cables. Mr. Dick was an unci'1 of
Mrs. \V. A. Morris, Miss Mai'lcan and
Mr. R. It. Maclean of Revelstoke.
���See our handsome and -.sly!i*-h
street costumes consisting of Elm
jacket with vent nnd double sleevi
re vers am! sirup nn skill of conlrnM-
ing shade of cloth, new velvet collnj
Skirt i.s 11 live gore with graduated
flounce.' Ts neatly trimmed with strn|
of Mime.material. For $20 to order ,11
(/'ii'S-smHti's, the art tailor.
K. A. Haggen, editor of I.he ICootenay Mail. Rcvelstokn, is paying Kani*
loops a villi., He intends making an
investigation of the lire alarm system
with a view to the betterment of thi
system of his home town, wliich is nm
working satisfactorily. ��� Kamloops
Tho heating "apparatus for thf
hospital has arrived hut has been
cariifd on to Vancouver by the
" mysterious power of backwardation.
On its return it will be installed al
once by the contractor, It, Gordon
Offers lo furnish wards have been
received so far from the Masons, K.
.P.'k, Hpworlh League, Ladies Aid of
the Presbyterian church anil thc
Quadrille Club and the Sons of
England have agreed to furnish a bed.
Prior Elected in Victoria.
Col. Prior, the Dunsmuir candidate,
defeated'Mr, Boc.well in the contest
for the vacant seat in Victoria on
Monday hy TA votes.
Railroad Telephoning a Success.
In a test recently made a train crew
100 miles from Chicago talked over the
telegraph wires to Chief Operator
Parsons, of the Illinois Central railroad, ut the Twelfth street depot. As
a result, the railroad telephone was
declared to he a success.
Thc train was stopped near Fulton,
Ken., and the telephone was connected with the regular telegraph wire
running to Chicago. In --.pite of the
over iron wires which ran parallel 10
more than a score of othei-jwiies, every
word was distinctly heard hy Mr.
The inventor assorts il. makes no
difference whether or not telegraph
messages are being (lashed over tl e
wires simultaneously with the tele
phone messages. This was tested 1 y
the successful transniisiion from Fulti n
���it thc same time 1* ar-.ons wa.s convi :s
ing with the civw,
Great Attraction Coming.
The Fiechtl's comic players will
appear at the Revelstoke opera, house
two nights, March ISth and 10th with
one of the best and most refined
comedy and vaudeville company
traveling, presenting high class farce
comedy, vaudeville and comic bnrlet-
t .s. A company of sixteen, picked
and selected artists for their individual
excellence. The most taleuted singers,
dancers, comedy and vaudeville talent
in the profession including thesinging
wonders of the twentieth century,
lean warblers and sextette of. sweet
singers: thc Jarrett's Royal Marionettes, the most wonderful novelty acl
ever produced on any stage; the
celebrated impersonators of Chinese
characters, Geo. A. Bird and Lizzie
Bird in a trip to the Chinese theatre;
a novel   and    entertaining    comedy
Certificate of Improvements.
��� nsroTioiE
Morning Star, Walrus, Sea Lion and Bonanza
Mineral Olaims, situate in lhei.urdeau Mining
Division or West Kootenay. District. Whcru
located : On Mcnhcniclt Creek, near Fisli
HI ver.
TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C.; Green, acting as
agent for Angus .'.lcKuy, K. M. 0.11 32UU5, and
J. H. McKenzie, FreoM'ner's Certificate No
B3'J025, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to apply tothuMluingHecordurforCcrtilltiatcs
of Improvements, for.the purpose of obtaining
Crown Grants of the above claims.
"And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must-be commenced before t.e
i.--suiiiicc of such Certificates of. Improvements
Sated this flrst day of March, 1902, A.P.
c F. C. GREEN,
per F. S. C.
Nelson, B C.
You will find in our Tailor Shop a        (
very elaborate  variety of Fall  and ^
Winter   Suitings and    you'll   find -j
workmen who are competent to make up any of these (j
Suiting's exactly to your liking. Wc do .not employ ^
cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods that could ...^
possibly depreciate our excellent reputation. .. ������Wecan-'"'|
not compete with sweat shop rcady-made^tlothes when_-
price is the.sole consideration,' but .y/he^iSt^le^andgfi^jt.
and wear are duly considered, we can and^'d'o^compere"^
with all ready-made goods, and alj other tailors. (
Ladies'Tailored Suits to Order. * k    _--       (
J".' IB. ' OE/ESS2\J:j^3<T,���
1-.  The  Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.
�� "^)@)l^)^)(^!^(^)^l^(^)^)^)^!^)^)(^)(^)^l(^)��i
Real Estate
gxe-  n. r.' H. TOWNSITE,
t Canada Permanent .A^Wostern7
FTN A NCI AT - \       Canada Mortgage Corporation.
i iiuiiiuiii-u.   {Equitable Savings Loan and Building "Association.
J, D. SIBBALD, Notary PubH-.-
/���Imperial Flre.      Caledonian Fire.   Atlas Fire.-
I Canadian Fire.; Mercantile Fire.  Northern Fire.
\ Guardian Fire.   Manchester Kire.   Groat West Liie.
I Ocean, Accident nnd Guarantee. ; Confederation Life
= (.Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut. Fire
Centre Star and Evening Star VMlneral
Claims, situate In lhc Lardeau Mining Division
of West Kootenny District. Whore located :
On .Menhenick creek, near Fish Kiver. 1
TAKU NOTICK that I, F.C Green, 'icting as
agcnllor J. II. McKeii/.le, Free Miner's Ceril 11-
cute No. II112025, Intend, sixty days from lhe
-bo. .-li-   Hip   two   little   Ti-onbadoiirs.   (lute heruol, to apply to the Mlnlni,' Keeorder
Hkeit.ll,   hik    i*""    ���"���'*" orCerllllcnlesKl improvements, Ior tho pur-
Flsiu anil Otto presenting tlio   liimnus 1 ()(ls(. t)( oljtiiliiiins Crown Grams of the above
prism, sconn from the opcm II T,',0V*-i|c,*l���I",fllrl,llir uka nollee i������t action, under
ton", the cl��ver singinf; antl eccontiic. |,(1(.t|���|, ;t7, nmst be couimeiiceil ueiorc the
ilnncing coiiieilienne Xcllie  Goodwin;
.   ��� ..-��� -..yy  ���'��� ������   ������" -
-           *.}
The largest stock  of  the latest WATCHES,
���          'I
My many years' experience enables me to buy
sell to the public at reasonable prices.
vr w
Q'u jri��T.V.W��'ne ���:;���::
and Iron-..'T.oriic.'
Produce.--!.' that rested feeling.
imparts t.lrcnicllr ijiilclcly and
roincrllc*. wenKcrieil (-oii'lltHMis
of the system.
���An excellent medicine for any
:* si'dsoii of the year, but partlcu-
.. .hii'ly now.
50c. a Bottle.
Ollll Illf! STOCK ilF
Drugs, Medicines
and 3 undries,
InnliidcN every hlni; rcpilrud In
the sick ro'mi or home.
Phm. B.
Iinn'RlHliiii'l "talloncr.
jjroiMi lllock. Telephoned.
Wi^gin nml iiiiyrnond sketch nrtists
linking nnd talking act; Ounicltl und
J.in^lii*! in l.lieir liuigliahlu skit the
jpciMtic (iirl and the Trsiinp; Mustei'
lli;i*lieri Uiiil. thf* clever littlo actor
ind roinedy uingei" the Cyclonic
('oiiii'dy with ppccuil scenery ��� mid
iccfj-voi-ieH placed in line for laughing
|)ni-po'!t"3, finly in one act; Peck's 1'ini
Hoy and Johnny Riley in one act
rcvi��"d and In ought to date to suit
tin* mind', eye ot laughter; the beautiful miisiciii comedy biii-letta in one
ar;t, Cut'imin Town on the Hudson,
introducing the entire company in
musical and comedy numbers. There
will he an entire change of program
on the second night.
Kntire change nf program each
night. Prices, fir*t two rowes in
gallery ".' cents, dov/n stairs reserved
seals ftl.'lO, hack benr-li':-. vt) cents.
Seats on sale, at Canada l)ri\% k Hook
Issuance ol such Ccrilllcales ol Improvements.
Dated this llrslday of March. Ifl02, A. 1).
F. 0. liltK   N,
per V. H 0 ,
Nelson. li.C.
'* Strongest In the World."
Certificate of Improvements.
TAKK NOTICh Hint TO dftys niter ditto 1
Inland to upply I'i the (.hlof I'oinrnlsslorier of
lind" mul Works for porml-wloii to purcluiio n
piece ol land dcscrllifd rh follows :
Omnn-ncInK ut a post miirkcd F. J Colli;
jirilth's No. I post, tlieuco south -ID chain" .
I   fiiccfenat -Id (''mil*" '. thence north 10 chains;
ente west K .1"", lo point of.sommencj;
iiu.iil-lB0ncr-*aiiiori!or ImH. 'lhis land.was
"inked liv .Ml. McKenzie last .limn. ��M a
nnrelaao No. I post ul,out IUO feet from Oold-
il, H., irall aiid ill-Mil aw feet IIP 1.111. the east
lino folio witli? l'lsli Kiver.
flnldtlclds, n. 0.
Red Fox and Itlilxc Mineral Claims, sltiiali*
In thu I.urdvau MlnliiK Division nl West Kooienay District. Wliere located : On Menhenick
Creek.-near Fish Itiver,
Tl KK.NOTICK that I, K.O Green, nelln-; ��'���
SKent for A nulls McKay, Froe Miner's i.'ert US-
caic No. I! .1200,1, Intend, sixty days from Hil
date hereof, 10 apply to the Mining Keeorder
for Certificate* ol Improvements, lor tlio pur-
!pcnc of obtalnliiK Crown Ci rants of .the above
And further take notlco that action, under
���iCctlon XI, must he commenced ��� before Hn*
Issuance of such C'erlltlcalcsof Improvement*..
Dated thin first day of March, IWi, A. 1).
F.O. OllKKN,
'perK. H.C.,
Nelson, B. C.
ntfr dato, I Intend to make application to tic
Honorable the Chief Cominl����loncr of Lands
and Works for a special licence to fell and
carry away timber from the following He-
crlbcd lands:
No. 1.
Commencing at a post plantod about WJ
chains north of Ht. I.con Hot Springs on the
Arrow Lakes aail markod J. T. aouth west cor-
ner, thence oast IWI chains ; thence north *lo
chains ; ttiencowcst 160 chains ; thenco soulli
-10 chains to placo of commencement.
No. 2.
Commciiclni? al a post planted about 3 miles
south from the mouth of Peep croek at Galena
Bay, Arrow Lakes, marked J. T. and being*
about r, chains caRt ar T.II.D.'i south-welt cor-
nor post: thoncc westoo chains ; thenco aouth
80 chains; thencecast 80 chains ; thence north
80 chains to place of commencement.
Nelson, B. C, March Srd, 1902.
' Arrowhead.
Outstamling Assurance Dec. 31, 1001..$ 1,179,276,723.00,
245,912,087 00
331,039,730 34
259,010,078 28
71,129,042 06
27,714,621 42
New Assurance Tssueil in 1901.,.'	
Income , ,,	
AkhhIh, Dec. 31, 1001 ',., -
As-sui'iiiici! Kiiiul nml all other liabilities
Surplus .'	
P.iiil I'olicylioWois in 1001	
F. B. L1WI8, ���      ���
District Agent


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