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 Vol    V.  No    1^4  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY...vAPRIL  1902  Year in Advance  O  u  R  S  P  E  C  I  A  We are the largest buyers  of GROCERIES in, the  North Kootenay j and are  therefore able to offer the  very best goods produced  in the world at the very  lowest prices. Although  times have been hard' duri  ing the past year", our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelsloke,;  which is very encouraging"  to us.     ' "\.   > 1     ���������" T **> - *"-  PEACE RUMQiS  hajre^madc  which   will  enable'us to give our'cus-  Y' tomers  better   prices  * ever before.  .W������This.-.-y)ea,rP^e  ������������������   arrangements  than  *  t   'g.~&:r.i"  Shirts    ���������"*���������������������������������������������������������  These Shirts are recog-  '-'-������������������ nized- to be superior to  ' ' J^any. made.'ih^. Canada for  r -Style , and.? .Durability.  "\j;'-r-S We'havW' them-in alf the  -,T     Latest?PaUerns.       ,>>  A      S2.\  ^Neok Ties ? r  '."*���������*���������     The celebrated Cunic Tie  ���������The'"' Spring "' Patterns  in these Goods have just  ���������,4,Jaeen^received^and. for.  ���������^���������VB'eauty-and -Taste; excel  *.- ~-'"^ytl?inirvy~et   produced  "-^-iC-jrsi^.'-S.f^^ fc^O     "*'- .r---******-"  -��������� *iV   .- "    '"���������  *     w ���������by -this-. Renowned pirm  JT'of Tie.Makers.,/.. ' 'i- "-  Preparations Continue for the  Despatch of Troops to South  Africa for the Winter Campaign.  A summons has been issued for a  British cabinet meeting today." This  has started a fresh crop of peace  rumors, hut up to midnight the Brilish  government had no information  concerning the matter. Preparations  continue Ior the despatch of 20,000  additional troops for the winter campaign. ^ ^  A large number of the ofllcers of the  third'Koyul Canadians, doing duty at  Halifax,'   have  volunteered ..for . ihe  fourth Canadian contingent.  . "A vote cif want of confide nee in tbe  Dunsniuir     government     was    voted  down on Thursday-by-lS lo"l(J "- ��������� '- -  The   statement   lhat   Mr. IGngeris  very seriously ill'is denied.  ���������������������������Five- "of '-the-sheriffs   posse   were  killed   ahd -jtwo wounded, whilst capturing tlie des'peiado. Jim Wiight, at  jonesboro, Texas. ' x ^  -"Dr.1 Tannage had^heen -unconscious  for 4S hours.al -t.olclock yesterday and  up_to*midnight there was uo marked  cliange in his condition.  The rioters at Ning Po* dispersed on  the arrival there of two- German gunboats.' fi ;. ; '  , 'The British' budget will'-likely bo  introduced'on Monday. It is said that  duties  will  be  placed  on (lour, wheat  nnd-petroleum? -    ���������       -    ' "'  --'Ten batallions oT English and Stotch  militia have been sent to 11eland  within the last month lo . apply the  Coercian Act ancl suppress the United  Irish League.  Governor Dockery, of Missouri,  'refused to "open his door "for a  messenger hoy wilh a telegram from  the .district attorney.- recommending  a reprieve .for a negro sentenced to be  hanged' for'murder, "as the evidence  'showed that he may have acted in self  defence. No reply to thomessage was  received "up to the lionr for the hanging  but 35 minutes after the: chop" fell, the  sheriff received a message from the  Governor granting a leprieve. of 15  days. -"' ;-���������  I -.'   <:���������&��������� \ y  Lord' Mount - Stephen ��������� has given  $30,000 -to the. Royal Infirm.irv at  Alberdeen.   '���������  demand the conductors punch and  tickets. The affair is of such a char  after that no local or general superintendent can deal with it. It must be  settled at headquarters."   *  As the trial of the officers nf 'the  Trackmen's union, Messrs, Wilson,  StoutandLennan.had been indefinitely  postponed, at the opening of Lhe King's  bench in Monlrea! on Monday, counsel  foi the accused made a motion which  was granted by Justice Win tele, asking  lh;it lhe bondsmen iu the case be  released and pioseculion oidereci to  give reasonable notice when they  wished the case to come up. It is  generally believed by the parties  interested in lhe case that no fuither  action willbo taken by the prosecution.  The charge was based on alleged  libelous statements made ngainst  .Montgomery, the committeeman who  left* that body soon after the stiike  occniivd last summer and returned to  woi k.  '.The Northern Pacific's "Noith Coast  Limited" train it is said will be put  into service shoitly after May 1. The  new equipment will consist of 20 si .*ep-  Yng" cats," 10 for* tourist sei vice of the  most modern design, 20 first class  coaches, four new.'dining cars and six  new 70 foot baggage cars. Mahogany  finish is to "be used throughout in all  the cats and the sleepers are among  the finest on any line in America. One  of"'the'*-"conveniences 'of lhe' new"  sleeping cais will be increased dressing  room space. Besides the new rolling  stocir.a considerable inciease is nlso to.  be made in the motive power of the  company, large locomotives for. the  fasL runs being in course of construction and wilh be** l .ady for delivery  before May 1.        ' '  , A freight train on the Crows Nest  railway was wrecked Sunday afternoon just west of XV ai doer. Afi eight  train with two locomotives, west  bound, ran over a cow. The first  locomotive was not derailed, but the  second was and also lour ot the ireight  cars, loaded with meichiu.ili**.'. The  fiieman was 'badly injuied. The  engineer caught hold of the hood of  the,cab as the locomotive tin ned ^over  and escaped with a few slight hi uUes.  The brakeman kept running backward  as the cats left .the rails ancl saved  himself from belng'Imrb as the rear  cars.were not thrown from-the ti.ick.  Ut was not until 4 o'clock on Mondav  moi ning that the. wreck was. cleared  up so that the west bound," p.issengpr  could pass. The wrecked "ens wei a  binned as they were ���������������������������mashed beyond  further usefulness while thelororootive  w.is on ils back with ils uheets.in -the  air. - .  -.1  Inquest into the Death of Fred  Turnross in the  Hay Loft of  the     Farm     Last    Monday  N-'ght.  The inquest into the death of Brore  Oninr Feulinaud Turnross was held in  No. 2 fin* ball on Wednesday afternoon hy Dr. Cross, coroner. The  following were the jury: C. F. Lindmark, F. B. Lewis, F. McC.uty, lt. S.  Wilson; A. E. Kincaid and C.B. Shaw.  The jiny lirst went up to tho Turnross farm to view the loft, in which  the houy was found. On their return  the evidence was taken.  Chas.    Torm os**.*-:     Lasl     saw     his  brother  at   the  foot of Ihe hill below  the   Turnross   farm   at   about   seven  o'clock on Monday evening.    AL about  half  past nine he lelurned home from  Gus  Granal's and his mother told him  to go cul and html for F.ied. lie found  the   body   banging   in   the loft of the  stable and  taking hold of it found il  was    cold.,  'lie    went  and   told   his  mother."and  they-called Carlson, who  was sleeping in the house and lhe L������o  "of   them   went   to   the barn and took  ���������him down.'" He fetched Dr.'Carruthers  and Chief Bain. Fred, was accustomed  sometimes to sleep in the barn and   he  had  often  found him  there at night.  He did not lecognize the piece of rope  found round his brother's neck.    Fred,  used   to   Lake   fits.   The   last   one he I  took was last fall.     When he first saw  his bi-oi her he could not" see the tope  and he spoke and told him to go home  and   then   went-to  take him  hy the  hand.    His head was tin own back and  his chest, out.   "His  feet  were on the  floor;- - He had been acting queerly the  day he died. "Three or four years" ago  he got hiing up twite in" succession hy  his   feet   iu   swing,, ropes in the same  loft,   while   playing   and   had   to   be  helped out by witness.    It was easy to  get up into t he ral ters of the loft. ��������� His  hrother c i.uld,tie pi-r-ttv near hiiv knot  with   a. Tope.     Nothing' unusual   had  happened to his.brother at' home'*for  th._."two  or tlnee.days previous.to his  death. ." '   '      . _ ,.������������������,"';->    '  _ Andrew Carlson,was called outofdiis  room at Turnross'on Monday "evening  between half past nine and ten o'clock  by Mis. T.irnross, who said lhat  Freddie had hung himself. He went  up to the loft- and he heard Charlie  calling to hiin to cut the rope. He'  lifted, tho t'ody'and took the loop off  I his* "neck   and'sent   Charlie for-Dr."  McLean". Then he took tlie hody into  the house and laid it on.a bed and  tried to bring back .life "till Dr. Carruthers came, who 'pronounced"it. too  late. The rope was round the boy's  neck in a slip knot. The body was  leaning backwards supported by the  rope. The boy could have been  standing uptight or even kneeling  down without the rope choking him. j  He had noticed the deceased laughing  mure ih.m usual that day and the day  I ei'ore. Mrs Tin nros's noticed it too  and remaiked that she thought the  Ills were coming hack. The rope, was  fastened on one end to the rafters.  The last time he saw deceased alive he  was oulsidu the fiont door of the house  al about ten ininulPb past six. He  was last in the barn at half past six  and saw nothing unusual. A strange  boy's cap was picked up by Mrs.  Turnross oulside this stable door next  morning. The cap was a black Slolch  cap. Fred's cap was found in the loft.  Cus Gianni testified to Charles  Turnross having been ut his place that  evening. >  Dr. Can uthers was called at three  minutes to ten on Monday evening by'  Charles Turnross, who told him .to  come up as quick as he could as  Freddie had hurig himself, but !he' did  not think he wiis dead. He'found the  boy lying on his mother's bed dead  He examined the body and told them  the boy was dead.' He went np into  the loft with Charlie and Carlson. The  lamp was poor and thev did- not find  the boots, which were aftei wards  found, but thev found his cap lying on  Ihehiy just in front of J tho' rope.  There were no signs of. a struggle.  The hay was not trampled flat' and  the slip "knot was still on the lower  end of tlie rope. While he was exunf  ining it, it slipped free. , The-,three  strands* were tied together and'the  main pint of the rope slipped thiough  them. The body was of a boy of 12  vears of age well grown and nourished.'  No marks or bruises on the.body or  signs of any struggle, except round  the neck. , There was no froth nor was  the tongue bitLen'. ' The vertebrae ot  the neck were not dislocated and .the  apparent cause or death was asphyin.  The boy was his patient. He was first  called in to attend him on Dec. 5th,  when'hehail been having epileptic fits  for some days. The .fits were very  violent". ' He has not had one since  Dec..7th hut his intellect ^had been  distinctly impaired by thefm" The hoy  was dead over one hour and less, than  three when he first "saw th'e b< dy.  The cap mentioned by I'arlson^could  not be found, when wituess went to  look for it.-j" '" ' ' '"-in ' ,'��������� -  Mr1*!. Turnross saw lhe cap;in front  of the stable and pnt it in'the' rig.'', At  was a"ntiw*cnp-nnd-cle;in. -'-There ate  several Hoys.'1 who are iri the habit' 'of  coining up to play with her. boys.  Fred, was very violent, when in one of  his fits.   .    .  ' .        -.    >      .  The jury, through their foreman, C.  F.-^ Lindmark, brought in" a verdict  that the deceased came to his death liy.  strangulation caused by hanging* from'  a lope tied round his neck." .   .  THE ESTHER  CANTATA  Hats!  i  **-' *: The wor ld^-r cr ri q w ned  '" *   Christie anclPedoraHats  A, consignment!^ in^-'the  Latest -Stvles^JJias -just  .& v been.opened up.  ^.yij.-^ ^n, .ff-rt ��������� *,ry  ^, -^     ^4J|.*^-^^b-^������J****J2^J2Z^m^mimS*������  Underwear  ..yEonSpring'and Summer.  ���������^���������'-A well- selected" consign-^  ment of Imported Scotch  and English fine,-woolen  Balbriggan . and;sFleece-,  Lined ..Underwear, j ust to  hand  Personal   Paragraphs   Pertain  ing.to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  *.-**-.        , ���������  - j  ' Daily Rounds.  Engineer Jos. Callin was taken to the  Kamloops hospital on Wednesday. .;  .'.Gen.'Supt."Marpole went througli'on  his way home to Vancouver- from the  old'country on Thursday's trainr ."���������'  Thos. ^GiTlespie will ^represent the  Revelstoke'di'vision'No'Jf'of the'B^R.-  T. of A. at the ; labor convention ".  Kauiloops_nexu_week ���������   -    "    --  -���������;--:.���������:   *���������*;  \ Ladies', and, Gent's Hos*;  \ '-'iery'in-Silk; 'Cashmere;  \ and-Wool." A complete  ������.���������'-stock-of-the-Latest -Pat-  ���������������������������: .sterns and Best* Quality.  .Hardware  V4*. *l.  A*7ca"rlo'ad;-*. of..' Assorted  Hardware -just -opening  -  ��������� i, ������������������   ii      .  '     .���������'.*-  * Up. ,   -     ���������-. .*'.:.  -.*������������������ Pte'.'-AV/Peters "of ? the 'Cranbrook  contingent of the" C. MfR.r who was  among the killed at Hart's river, left  his job,us fireman on the Crow'-to  enlist.  "'' A: deputation'of C. P.'ll. agents from  pointson the". Western division were in  Winnipeg to wait  on   the   company's  officials to a*k for   a   revision   of   the  wage schedule. * It is nnderstopd, thai  they "want"lheir    hours    definitely  specified and'will ask for wage*? on the  basis of so much per hour's woik.  - There has*-heen   a* general   change  around of lhu chief nfflcei.-* of the C. P.  R. lake steamers lately.. The changes  "np to'tlni present are Captain,W.   P.  Short, of the JCoolenav, transferred to  the Yukon service; Captain'Fia*.er.  of  the Kokanee to the steamer Koole,uay;  Captain Seaman of the Slocan  to   lhe  Kokanec.^Captain A..McLennan ofthe  Nelson to  the   Slocan;-Captain   Mc-  Kinnon. first officer on thej Moyie,.to  be captain on the Nelson..  A coroner's jury enquired last week  into the death "of John Warnerrof  London, the G. T. R. brakeman who  was crushed by falling from the ladder  Of a moving fi eight car in the yards at  Woodstock. The evidence showed  that the top rung of the ladder pulled  -out and it was that which caused  Warner to full,; The jury brought in  a verdictVensurinp the i ail way; company foVnegligence in'allowing ~?i eai  with a defective ladder to tie in use.  endangering the.lives of its employes.  "Despite the statement of a cleik  in nn official's office."* said a C. P. H.  conductor to the Toronto -Telegiam.  "There is trouble ahead for the company if iU continues to treat lln-ir  conductors in the manner lhey have  been doing.' Why there is no other  road iu existence that would attempt  to have their auditors board a train  and in the presence of the passengers  PRING IS HERE,-arid with'it comes the thought of a  New Dress���������a "theme���������the mere mention'.of which strikes  a responsive chord,in every feminine;heart. ������������������ "-'n.-'o   > *-.-.   ---  We are ready to serve you with 'a shov/ing''that'-������ excels-every1* ���������>���������  i!_1-p.reviqus_season's effort,~.a- showing thal.-trained_taste.has chosen,. ,  '"      cxpei-rknowledgeriiias bougliFand artisti^riTaiicls^have ,arranged"fc5r7_  ---you.-    Our long acquaintance with your-'tastes and  wishes,"'our .  . enlarged stocks,-our greatly-increased facilities have enabled'us to  . make a display that will  be-the most-artistic-and- economical ex-  * pression of yourevery thought. . '*.     ,     ',.      '.'...  -,-.;.'  Never in the history of our business career have we been able.,  to place before the fair sex of Revelstoke such an array of exquisite  new creations as will be shown herelhis Season.  DAINTY WAISTS-  Dainty   Waists  of Silk, "Muslin","Cotton, etc.,   made'in 'the -  newest ways. -. '  *  '  NEAT AND DRESSY WALKING.8KIRTS.' -  In Cloth and Silk, perfect hanging'and thc best of workman-  i ship. -..7 ',  I      '   IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.  Throughout the Store you'll 'find them  filled  to  overflowing  with new things. , ; w ----- ���������  NEW DRESS GOODS AND SILKS *- ' *-  In all the latest and best weaves.  NEW WASH DRESS GOODS ' "''"..  In all the new sheer effects, colorings and,designs.'  NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS _ .  In all"the Latest Eastern'and European novelties.  NEW   LACES  AND    EMBROIDERIES,   EDGINGS,     INSERTIONS  AND ALOVERS.  NEW NECKWEAR, RIBBONS AND GLOVES..'  NEW BELTS "    . >J; ,  In all the latest designs in Straw, Silk and-Velvet.   ^      -v  NEW HOSIERY* , .'',-������������������'  In Plain and Fancy'Designs.    * ,.,  1.1     C.H.-J.  '  A Highly Successful   Performance in the Opera House Last  Night  for  the  Benefit ofthe  Queen Victoria Hospital.  The entertainment tjjven in the opera  houso last niglit, w-isa highly successful affair.    It was got up hy the ladies  of the Methodist church, who did   noc  wish to take part iu thc hospital ball,  as their contribution to  the funds   of  thnt institution and   under   Mv.   Jus.  Taylor's    direction    the   cantata    of  Ksthcr,    the    Beautiful   Queen,   was  selected and produced for the occasion.  The plot of the cantata is taken  from  the   Hiblie.il   stoiy   of   Esther.     The  persons repicsentcd were Esther Uken  by Miss Fee, .soprano:  Ahasuenw,  E.  M.   AHum,' bass;   Hainan.   T.   E.   L.  Taylor,    baiitone;    Mordecai,   H.   H.Cook, tenor;   Zeresh,   Hainan's   wife,  Mrs. Dent, contralto: Mordecai's sister,  iliss * Shepard,   soprano: Prophetess,  Mrs'.'- Wilkes, " soprano:    a    Median  Princess,  Miss Dent,  alto: a   Persian  Princess, Miss Pick, soprano; Scribe C.  J. "Wilkes, baritone; High. Priest  and  Beggar, J. L.' Johnston, bass; Herald,  .f. Guy Barbel*, tenor; Harbonah, W.  Bews, tenor.   Tbe chorus of- Persians,  Jews,     Guards    etc.,     consisted     of  Mesdames    Van -' Home,    R.   Davis!  Corley,  Kilby,   Rae, "H.   A.";,Brown,  Downs, Nettle and Lee, Mademoiselles  Dunn, Valontyne, Ladner, Fick, Turn-  bull, Laitinen.'Boltcn, H. 'Eev'equ'e, E;  Loveijue and J. Leveque; -Messrs.  W.  M. Lawrence, C. E. Shaw, C.  Cao, .B."  Temple, "W.   Chambers," D. ' Inches,  McLennan, Van   Home, OE. -Wilson,  C.   Lewis;   Chiidrens' .Chorus  -Pearl  Robinson, Lulu Patrick, May   Boulay,  Gertrude Dent, M attic Calder,  Maiid  Hyatt, Gei-trude.Lawson, Norma Mc-  Nabb, Bessie Lawson, Blanche McCarty  Em'nia Leveque, Tannis Patrick,- Alina ���������  and ElizabetlrBurgett, Blanche Davis,  Kathleen Fraser, Hazel .Buck,* Edith  Cooke,  Florence   McRuryrOrch'estra,  Mi������s Savage, pianiste; first violins, R.  M.,Doyle and W.r���������"Walmsley'; cecond  violins Miss''M. "Coi-ley'and 'R.".'.Arm-  strong;'Geo.   Knapp,   clarionette;   E.'  Edwards, cornet; R.Sawyer,trombone'  and R.   S.  .Wilson,   drums   and   triangle^        , .    .  Among the   mostrsuccessful "nuni--  bers , were the opening chorus and the;  duet between the King and Haman in  the first act,'which concluded  with a  solo bv the - prophetess.  Mrs'.   Wilkes,  ���������;Lo, ^o'er. the   Wicked,"*, which   was  admirably  rendered   and   received   a  well deserved encore.* - In the second  act the duet and.chorus, Mordecai. and  Esther   "Go   thou   unto    the,   King",  deserves special mention.     The  quartette, ��������� '   'The    -King"    hath    "given'  Cqntmar.dment7.in. the fourth act wasi  yery. well  simg. '   The   "chorus    and  triuriiphal'Mriiirch'," which- opens   the'  fifth act was remarkably well rendered.  It concluded ,with the introduction of  of    the * children's'' chorus,   a    very'  effective * and  of 'course  ' immensely  popular  feature. . Mr. J. L. Johnson.  rendered       the       song        of       the  beggar very effectively'and the  duet.'  '���������Farewell, -the >   Hour-I has* Come'",.  Haman and   Zereslv was  deservedly  encored,   "This'^was   a 'very difficult  scene, capitally acted and suhg.   *  '.The   piece ...was   well , staged    and,  splendidly" costumed,   the   Queen and"  King,   Haman.'and ' Zeresh'   wearing',  most beautiful and costly dresses and *  the whole niise cn scene with the stage .  crowded with" gaily --apparelled   courtiers  and 'Persians  and   dark  robed-  Jews,   was    most,    effective..     The  chaiacterb   and   clibiug   both "looked  their   'parts"  and   acte'd "them   with'  considerable skill and animation.  The theatre was crowded to the roof  and the Hkhald bespeaks an  equally  good  house   on   Monday night, when -  the canlat'i will he reproducedjfor the  benefit of the director, Mr. Jas. Taylor  to   'whose   skillful   conducting   nnd  untiring   energy .the  success   of  the  performance last night was so largely  due:-'It is'our" opinion  that after the  rest of. loday and tomorrow < tbe-piece,  will, go   better .than ever on Monday,  night. ' ' '  :  Demand for-Molybdenite  A demand has sprung up for molybdenite, and inquiries are being made  j by a London. England, firm as to the  possible supply. Its great value can  he appreciated when it is known tbat  its selling price is SG00 a-ton. As an  electrode it ranks very high, and is a  good 'substitute' for platinum in  electrical work.���������Mining and Electrical Review (San Francisco).  REID:& YOUNGT  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue. Mail 0rder%-Soiicited.  NOTICE.  ������ *  Having been instructed  to   eollect  together all uniforms, etcbelongingto  No. 5 Co. 1 beg to say that if those  having possession of any of tbe above  property will notify me of their address I will call and eollect same.  IL EDWABD8.  :  I 1  ^wlst^e l^mM and ^aiteng  fc$ pmpl  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON.  Managing Director.  A Sonil-Weekly Journal published In the  interests ol tlie railway men. mining men and  business men of the West. Days of Publication  Wednesday and Satuiday.  .invEimsiNo rates.  UiHidoy ads., 51..W por Inch; single column,  ti per inch when inserted on title puge  l.eRH.1 ads., ID cents nor Inch (uonparlel) line  Ior lirst insertion; 5 cents for each additional  insertion. Local notices 10 uents per linn each  issue. Mirth, Marriage and Death .Notices  free.  Bl'BSCEirTIOS BATES.  liv manor carrier, fi per annum; $1.35 Ior  tlx "uiontlis, strictly in advance.  OUR JOB DEPARTMENT.  no matter what'his views on any  subject on earth, about which the  stolid E.ist Anglian peasantry are the  last people in the world to trouble  their beads. This shuffling evasion of  the point stamps the man for what he  is���������a mere hunter after cheap notoriety. If he was really filled with lhe  belief that the cause of the Boers is the  cause of righteousness, it would not  mitter to him whether his advocacy  of it wus contrary to English public  opinion nr not.  ALL SORTS AND . -������������������.*  . _.-������-.       CONDITIONS  One priec to all. No Job too large���������none too  11���������for us. Mall orders promptly ittioudcd  Give us atrial on your next order.  una]  to  TO COHRKSPONDEKTS.  Wc Invite correspondence on any subject  ol interest to the general public. In all cases  the bona tide name of thc writer must accom-  panv manuscript, but not necessarily for  publication.  Addres-i all communications to the Manager  .NOTICK 10 CORUESrONDBNTS.  I.���������AH correspondence must bo legibly  vt riltcn on one side of thu paper only.  ���������j.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with tho proper name  ct the writer.  ir K. GROGAN. Editor.  Satciiday, Ai'niL 12.11J2.  A PRO BOER BLATHERSKITE PARSON.  Ground Floor Chance to Build a Fortune.  There in au objectionable   English  parson of the Pro-Boer variety, named  Pillinghame, who is going round  the  States   making an  ass    of    himself,  which   to   judge    by   his  published  utterances    is    not   a   very  difficult  matter.   A t the door of this wretched  windbag and other meddlesome busy-  bodies* of bis calibre is distinctly to be  laid all the .unnecessary hardship and  c.uKering, which has been endured by  our .fallow "loyalists in South Afi ica  owing to th������ unwarranted  prolongation of th: war.  Tbe gore stained veldt,  crimson with,the blood of our brave  ���������joldivsrc, cries out against them and  th? crazy craving for notoriety which,  and not any love' of the Boers'or peace,  ir the  real  spring  of   their  actions,  The sufferings and ruin of the loyal  South   Africans,   man,   women    and  little children, the hospitals full of our  sick.und 'wounded soldiers,  the daily  increasing number of the graves of our  brave  dead,   are. nothing    to    th.tv  miserable Fillinghames, so long as the  public*   is   not' suffered   to forget the  unimportant fact of   their existence.  It iBa most contemptible weakness on  the part of the Imperial government  to allow these creatures to perpetrate  the   enormous  amount   of    mischief,  which' they   unquestionably commit,  by.renderiog their treasonable aid and  comfort to the enemies of the Empire  aud encouraging them to maintain  ���������  useless struggle,' without any attempt  made to check or punish thtih.  ,lt was hinted to this rererend wird-  bag, blithering in New York, that his  utterances were contrary to public  opinion   in   his   own   country and he  The religious statixticsof the province  of British Columbia re veal some rather  curious   particulars.   l*'or   insti-.uee it  will no doubt rather astonish  a great  many good people to learn that   there  are only S'jl Christians in the province.  Nevertheless ihat is what   the  census  returns say.    Whether   there   i������   any  religious body, which   contents   itself  with the name   hy   which   the   early  disciples were first ci'.lled.in Antioch or  whether those giving  themselves   in  under this title are merely  *'iloaters"  belonging to that fringe of the public,  which takes a kind of mild   religious  amusement on a Sunday   evening   by  attending first one and then   another  and more often none of them at *>1I cf  the various churches of the   different  communions in a town, tho  Herald  is not sufficiently posted to s?.y. There  is only one  Brahman   but  there  are  10,027 Buddhists,  presumably   of   the  Chinese variety.   "VViiile there  is   but  one Liberal Christian, as distinct from  the 3>1 Christians without   any   frills  noticed already, there are at the same  time only three   people   belonging   to  the Lord's Religion   in   the   province.  There are eight followers of a,', religion  called Me-mic-me,  which '..sounds like  something Indian from Nov***.   Scotia.  There are only E2 really Orthodox and  only three   followers   of   the   Golden  Rule.   There are  two Titans   around  somewhere, one Reincarnationist and  three Silents.  Of Freethinkers we have  ^7,    Infidels   CS,   No   Religion   1005,  Sceptics 1*!3, Secularists 1-1, Agnostics  ���������i'iO and Atheists f%   There are no less  than 20 sect*, of apparently   Christian  foundation   by  their titles, whose adherents in the province do not number  IC I    apiece    wnd   although   counting  heads in certainly no criterion of truth  eno cannot help being reminded of tho  particular!,;*' contentious Greek theologian,  whom   Constantine   the   Great  advised to build a little ladder up   to  heaven for his own special and private  use since he could not hit it   off   with  any.of his brethren.     It is   not   very  clear to any outsider wherein all these  small religious hodies differ one   from  the other or what there   can   possibly  be either   in   church   government   or  doctrine among all the larger   denominations alike, which  prevents   their  amalgamating with some one or other  The foundation should be laid by buying Real Estate in the���������new Town of  ���������ituate right at the Doors of all the Famous Fish Green Gold Mines.  FIFTEEN minuter  1 walk from Mniri St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to the mouth ofthe big  5,500 foot tunnel on the Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR OPPORTUNITY is now to buy at the  bottom figures and you will get the advantage of the  raise that is sure to .come next year.  Some More Facts. E^E������&r,J  take you to  the   Big   Goldsmith Group,  Scott Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a-host-of*,  other properties   that will  advertise   the Fish  Creek  Camp, in B, C.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to the  Famous Eva, Imperial and,Oyster Groups.    .  INVESTIGATE AND YOU WILL BE  PREPARED TO TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN A FEW DAYS.  F. B. LEWIS  5  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B A., LL.B.  Barrister, -    Solicitor,    Notary  First Street, KevelBtokc.  Money to loan.  Public,   Etc.  HARVEY, M'CAllTER & PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  ���������    Solicitors tor Imperial Bank oi Canada.  Coinpanv funds to loan i������8 percent.  First Street. Kevelstoke B. c.  SOCIETIES.  Canadian Pacific  tied Rose Degree meets second anil fourth  Tuesdays of ench muiithj While Kose Degree  meets Iniid Tuesday of eaeii quarter, in Oddfellows Hnll.   Visiting brethren welcome  G. E. GROGAN. II Y. EDWAUDS,  Presideut. Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  -Rceular meetings are held in-the  Oddfellow's Hall on thc Third Friday of eaeh month, at 8 p.m. slurp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. J .HNSON, W.M  ,   W. G. BIRNEY, Roc-Sec.  CHURCHES  METHODIST CHDKC.H, P.EVELSTOKE.  Preaching services at 11 a. m. ancl 7:30 p. m  Class mccifne at the close of the mo.ni.i-!  service. Sabbath School and Bible Class at3:bi)  Weel.lv Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  evening at 7:30. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Rev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  o,uite naturally took particular care to  write himself down ai an ass in eracy  journal in th* sontiiienb whicli *p.-ints  tii* Associated Press despatches. Hit  answer to the unanswerable sugfttt-  lioti or his interviewer waa to the effect  that if on his return to h:������ own pariah,  which by tha way is a little country  Tillage ib one of the Eastern counties,  he was net receired with th* cheers of  lha populace nnd the ringing of the  church >>ell* and if ha was disciplined  for his utterances hy the church  authorities, he would eat his hat in  the Fifth Avenue hotel. FillinghaiTie  s a* blatherskite, but ba ia a, sunning  blatherskite. He knows perfectly  well, what lha American press and  public are not at all likely to know,  that the English church authoritie.*-  have no power at all to discipline ������  clergyman simply tor making an as*  of himself, even if it ia a treasonable  *������. He also knows very well, what  the American ptess nnd public does  wot know, that as rector of the parish  he could get the bells of his church  i i*ng all day at any time by a present  of a pound lo the village ballritigers  and that a demonstration in view of  the return of the only source of free  blankets, conl*, soup, bottles of port  ���������nd halfcrowns anywhere within the  limited kin of his Sock would ���������be  naturally no avent to b* anticipated.  of ~th*m. One wauld~������hink���������there was  variety enough to give scope foralmost  any shade of opinion among the half  dozen or bo principal bodies into which  Anglo Saxon Christianity is ma'nly  divided.  Anxiety in Australia.  Australia is entitled to know .the  reasons which uigrd Lord Kitchener  to doom two or tlitfi* Australian  soldiers lud������alh o>* i iipr'aoniuvKt.  It is to ba hoped that the reaion* .ire  good and puiTjcient. Even Lnid  Kitchi'iier cannot afford lo liy in tbe  face of tha colonial senliiiicnt which  will be ouli-r&cd if tha lives or liberty  of these Auctralian ofllcers were  trifled away on any fine point of  military cMsciptine.  An army mutt have dicipline. Under  modern conditions of war-rare* a BrUish  ii:*n.y must . have colonials,^ The  estrerae forms of discipline which  would turn the rifles of British soldie.-s  upon colonial officers may- do something lo chill the Imperial gW-husirtsm  of Australia, and stop the supply of  colonials.  It is cert tin lhat if Canadian officers  nr soldiers had hem shot by order of  Lord   Kitchener  there   would    have  been keen interest in  this countiy as  to tii*   reasons   for   their   execution.  A  Australia is  not less anxious   for all  the facts.    Unless Lord Kitchener can  justify   his  severity    by    something  better than  mere military  precedent  he is in for a  bad  half hour���������Toronto  Telegram.  ST. PETER S CHUr.Cn, ANOLICAV.  Eight a.m., Holy Kucharist; 11 a.m., ina'-_vis,  l.itiny and ������ermon (Holy Eucharist lirst Su.i-  d������v in the month): 2:3o Sunday school, or  children's service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  ae.mon. Holy Days���������The Holy Eucharist, is  celebrated at < a.m. orS a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism alter Sunday School at3:15.  c. a. PROccxiEn. Rector.  ._PRESBVT������*IAN_CHTJRr...  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  lo which all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  8p. m. eTerv Wednesday.  Ret. W. C. Calder, Pastor.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHUBCIf.  Mm   at 10:30 a. m.,   on  first,   second and  fourth Sundays In the month.  P.EV.  FATI.ER  THAYER.  ��������� ALVATIOK   ARMY.  Meeting every right in their  Hall on  Front  Street.  H   EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Peraircd.  JCBT EAST OF  PRESBYTEP.IAN  CHDECH  Third Slreet.  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTBOUND     8:20  WESTBOUND'   17:30  SOUTHBOUND     S:I<)  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Wednesdays &~Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  FKEE 1IUS MEETS ALL TRAINS.  IKST CLA SB   ACCOMMODATION.  UKA.TED BY HOT-AIR.;'  REASONABLE HATXS.  Brown & Guerin, Props. *.*  ELECTRIC BELLS AND.LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  *      ':. .tP-r;.  **   -w    ,y'.*J**  IIOUKLY STREET CAR  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  BAR WELL SUPPLIED ".BY THE CHOICEST  WINES,  LIQUORS AND CIOAKS     ......  LOW RATE TICKETS   "  Now   on Sale from- Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  TO-  -CHINA.  TO AUSTRALIA  JAPAN,  ALASKA  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  For lull information, printed  matter, etc., call on or address.  S & GfFY  Wholesale  -nd Retail Dealers-  r-m  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     Ml) i TON..    SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.     1:: *.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Hevela toke.  E, J. Coyle.  As-Mst. Gen.  PaBaenger Agent  Vancouver.  Wood for Sale.  First' Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  fo>- Cash.  ioh n Kernaghan  ���������_^++**+'i*-M-++*W**-fr***+-iHt.*.iHl.  Baker and  Confectioner i  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD-  XVe have purchasers for, all kinds of .metalliferous mines and 'prospects,.and desire to hear from prospectors and others having property  for sale. - '   '     '���������    ���������' ������������������',--.'.���������. .*������������������  : ,,'  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled. ���������  ,,_ ,  Sund us reports; also samples .of ore for exhibition at our'Offlce.  T  E MINES EX  P, O. Box 70  ���������.vtettm  ange; limited.'-"  -'-,-!       :  .Nelson, B.O.  .n. C. PA ".SON, Prciident.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managlac Dlfttoi*  thrReyelstoke Wine andSpirifCo.  Limited Liability.    ,  Carry a full and complete line of .        ���������':'.,.',   ., ' .  Scotch and Rye. Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,   -  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Qlns,  Ports, Sh'eries, Olarets, Ohampacn*, Lie. ucre  Imported and Domostie Oisars. '"  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  r.nyiil School at Mine?, London.    Seven ye.**r*.  at 'Morf*   Worfcs, Swani-cn.     17   yen.���������  Chiel  Cherni-it  to Wigim  conl and Iro.i Co.,   K.,g.  Late Chemiit and As-nycr, Hall Mine*!, Ltd.  Clainiff examined and reported npon.  Ferguson. B.C,  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  , Running between Arrowhead, Tlinin<">n'ii  LancILig anil Uomapllx, commencing October  Mth, 190), will nail aa lollowa, weather j.urmlt-  tln^:  Lowing Arrowhead for Thorn-ion's I i������ri(!|njf  and ComAiilix twice dally���������101c. and 16k.  Leaving Comaplix and Thomson'* I.andlnz  for Arrowheid twice dally���������7:16k and I*.:4.rik  Making clo*e connections with all C. I*. it.  Steamers and Trains.  Thenwnem reserve the right to change times  of sailings without notice.;  Ths Frad Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  (  A  o  Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  and Railway Street.  *****************  x9&s&?^&s&iisfsisri  ALEX. McLEAN & CO  l>  ���������Astcnti for tho  Mason & Risch Piano  OFPICI AT  J. McLeod's Residence  SKCOND STKEET,   EAST.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  8 Laces and Braids M  A large range of Folnt Lace,  Duchess and Dattenburg  llralds, Stamped Designs,  Stamped Linens, Embroidery  KccdlcH, Hooks, ice.  llcrlln and Zephyr Wools, all  shades, Slipper Soles, Valen-  deucesLaco, Insertion..  Call at the ���������^  MADISON PARLORS.  Misses Shcppard & Bell jg  McKcnsle Avenue      oc28  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget.'.Prop.  " LIVE, AND HT LIVE H  I'lctHc don't try nnd run us  out of town hy sending your  order-n eaut. We must nave  your work in order to live.-  Wa depend on you for our  work! Eastern liousea do  n<it 1 Do not allow yourself  to be roped in by their peddlers We also guarantee  to give you better satisfaction for your money.  ie.   S.   -WIX.S035T,  Next tbe McCarty Block.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggaga, at*,  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  i  All drders left at R. it. Smytht'i Tobacoa  tore, or by Telephone No.7 will faeaiva prompt  ttcntlon. ;  -t,-*������s   ^.������ --..*-.���������'      ...    -    ,   -*J-.^l'������ff..JiT.������/rtr^,W  ���������Ja-s. X: Wq.odri������w  Retail Dealer m-  : ' . aBeef,xP6rk, ^  . '; .f) Mutton; Etc,  FUhtnaGmmm. i������_.S*aan....  All orders rremptly JUed.   jaglas  ClaxBtTMti.  c*o������_.rDo_*agi������ igBYBiSSOKB, B.������i  i  i  }  -sr-__ais~ v**"4". jf-i  il  ffiMW'-JtftW.tf.W.iKft^jW^^  The Smelting'Centre of the Similkameen Valley. Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic.coal companies and-the-Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  7 Surrounded by the following resources:, . Co^l, gold, copper, silver and a fine agri  cultural country. Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a'climate almost southern  aiid all that could bei asked.' 7.7.7'-���������'_>'./; '.;/,���������; '".J    7  j_ _ ASHNOLA is owned and backed by Che payroll of the Similkameen Valley Coal Company, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself* of its sueee!s.s.*.*pThe*equipnient and development of their' coal mines, installing  ofiwater, electric light and power''plante.'-ar&alreaay'-arranged for. The development of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine by the Eastern Capitalists who have established their payroll at ASHNOLA, makes it the  coming city of the interior of British Columbia.    - ���������' " 'i  A City of Wonder^, Progress and: Great Prosperity  Lots in Ashnola aro safe investments. In Blocks 1 to 4 and 13 to 20 the price will be advanced 25c.  perjnonthuntilMay 1st, 1902, and to ten'.per ee'nt. in the remaining blocks. The present price is from $50 to  ������*������x    Twenty-five-pei* cent, cash; three," six and'niiie months without interest.  Arrangements are already completed for Eight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  the company at Ashnola.   This work will he under full headway by May 1st.  Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be bought and wero sold at 11 cents. Today they nre  quote! at $80.00. With the advent of transportation, Similkameen Valley Coal can be delivered at any  point iu West Kootenay or Yale iu cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  *���������- rf.        *-  FOR- FURTHER* PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY;   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.  '���������      *. '      -NELSON, B. CJ r���������  ftM_*Wftft������-^jft������.a^������>>.il������������^^^  ITHE ;TOWNSITE OF  Srh.r, -.*c-a; t- ..--.������ *.*"  IS NOW ON THE MARKET:  Sate-��������� ������ bo  ������������������it >.-  ��������� ct ,.i:  BUY BEPORE YOU SLEEP.  GIT.Y. is~. the; Terminus'. of   the j proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  *-.v   J,-*- via .the^Lardeau .Creek _with .fork to that point.  CITY is .beautifuljytsituated at the.base of  the Lardeau. Pass, Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CIRCLE CITY is' absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties-   now   under  Development. . . .  CIRCLE  CIRCLE-  Spiendid  Water   Rower  ''. .        ," , Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  1TOTIOE  NOTICE���������That sixty days after date I intend  to applv  to   thc Clili'f   Commissioner   uf  Lands and \Vorks lor .lermission  io purcliasc  320 acres of land situate ou the Northeast. Arm  ol Arrow Lake, in the District of West Kootenay B.C., and described us follows:   *  commencing from S.W. corner of Lot 1141,  thence North astronomical 'JU chains; Uionce  West 80 chains; thence South 110 chains approximately; theneif 12IX* chuins t*.orlh-  Eustcrly to point of commencement.  FRED. ROBINSON.  1 eb. 5���������tf C. R.SKBNE, Age  t.  TSTOTiOIE.  TAKE NOTICE that sixty days after date I  intend to apply tn thc Chiefi'oniinlssioucr  of  Lands and Works for permission to pur  chase a parcoi ol lnnd described as follows:  CommencinR at a post mnrked Alice Perry's  No. 1 l'ost; thence west '20 chains; thence  North 40chHins; thence East 20cha!ns; thence  South IU chains to point of commericcme.it.  Tbis fraction of land commences North of ii.  F. Perrt's pre-emption lollowing McKenzie's  North-Wcst Line. eoutainiiiK about 80 acres,  more or less.  ALICE PERKY.  Goldfields, Nov. 27,1901. Dec 4-lm  JSTOTIO-E  NOTICE* is hereby given that .10 days  after  date I Intend to applv to thc Chief commissioner of Land* and Works lor permission  to cut and carry nwny timberfrom thc following dcicribed lands:���������Commencing at a post  at the south-cast corner of Roger K. Perry's  pre-emption, marked ".-joulheait corner of  timber limit applied for by K.J. Goldsmith";  thence west 4u chains; thence north 100 chains;  tlicnce can 40 chains to Fish Creek; thence  following thcmeanderlngs of Fish Creek ICO  chains to point of commencement; containing  040 acrcb, more or less.  F.J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomson's Landing, October 10th, 1901.  3STOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICE that CO days after date I  Intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of  Lands and tt orks for permission to purchase  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post marked "E .McArtains'  o. 1 Post," situate close to the old line of  Hill & Brantford'B pre-emption, Fish Creek,  thence north 40 chains, thence west '2X1 chains,  thence south 40 chains, thence east 20 chain*,  to point of commencement.  Goldfields, Jan. 16th, 1902.  E. McAdam.  NOTICE.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  Grs:: BATHO,  .nas  Ferguson, B. C.  TAKE NOTICE that-CO dnys after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the following described lands:  Commencing at a post marked Boger F.  Perry's southeast corner post situate about 200  foet from Scott Creek, thence west 40 chains;  thence north 160 chains; thence east 40 chains;  thence Boutb 160 chains, to the place of commencement; containing 640 acres.  ROGER F. PEERY.  Goldfields, B. C, Oct 17th, 1901.      Nov. 6-tf.  -*E  y  &  :.* !*���������  44'*****������**Mf*MHb**K*i4' ���������'������.*���������*���������������*  I PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & iiiU  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, B.C.      Established 1%  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS   ���������������  'fiSt'xf'''S*i-m '������������������t-yfS**"**ftg  /T^ *������.{s*7-^**--���������-���������  5  p'3 B������    SH33 A Vc'S tut *f   f** ���������'BKK, 4������5  B   bP.1%,   S������h������5w*:'S*'U-������9y'__i@  n  UNDERTAKEN.  Test*i made up to 2,000 lbs. a,  A specialty made of cheoking Smelter ������  Pulps. ������  Samples from the Interior by mall or <���������)  express promptly nttouded to. tax  Correspondence solicited.) tt  VANCOUVER, B. C. ;g  ^;.j.*|,^f_H.^^j.^..j.+_|,+++4,1.+++t+<,^  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES. LIQUORS, CICARS  Large, Light bedrooms.'*  Rates $x a day.  Monthly Rate.    -  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  Wright Porritt  Is to he found, at his Photographic Studio in the  Tapping Block daily during office hours.  Wright Porritt  Bevelstoke, B. O.  , NOTICE  ..  IN TIIE COUNTY   '-.OliRT  OF  KOOTENAY,  HOLDEN AT REVELSTOKE.  Between :���������  Robert Caley, of Revelstoke, B.C., plaintiff.  .      and  N. Haskell, of Bevelstoke defendant.  To N. Haskell the above, named defendant:���������  TAKE NOTICE that a default summons and  plaint have been i������sued out ol this Court  against vou in an action against you by Robert  Caley, of Revelstoke, B.C.. to recover the sum  of flOOO for board and'lodginR furished to  you by the above named plaintiff, and that in  Pursuance of an order of His Hon. J. A. Forin,  udge of this Court, you are required within  14 days from the publication of this notice in  thc Revelstoke Herald, newspaper, to file your  dispute note, if any, with the Registrar of this  Court at.Revelstokc, otherwise judgment will  be entered against you7 "'   Dated this 6th March, '��������� .D., 1902.  FRED. FRASER, *  >,  Registrar of the Jounty Court..  NOTICE.  -- Engineers; Firemen, Machinists and  Electricians send for 40 page pamphlet,  containing questions :asked' by__Ex  ^mining Board of Engineers';to obtain  Engineeis license. Address Geo.." A.  Zelle'r.' Publisher.' 18 in..4th St.. St.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A. t  3STOTIOE  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE  Why   poison' "your systems  using Condensed Milk," 'done  up   in  old   rusty   tin cans?  ' when you' can buy Ipure . y  SALMON ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  ���������i Gr0iv.i:.sg������:'Simc8f6ri':Saiar;5a!;  iffor good Grit ��������� Officials on the  ^Intercolonial, Under the Blair  '.ReglTA-z.  ."iSiil.-.ri.-*-;. -_iaii] in the Moncton offices  in*18'J3 a mounted to $03,001,43, in 1031  llie amount -,v.:i 8177,118.54; in office*  outride of Moncton there w������s paid in  1800(110,8uiu of $1,889.0.', iucreaietl  last year to $32,636.43. Last yaav tbara  ���������tvei'e employed in the Moncton odlcat  (including giores) ol0 personi, againit  148 in 1800; while in offices outside of  Moncton the nomher increased from  ���������ix to sixty-two. Below will be found  ii list of officials in' receipt of mUriea  in excess ot $1,200 a year, tu compared  with 1S90:    '  Moncton ndices  Manager   General manager.  igoa    1C.)1  .none 87,000  $6,000 e.cn  Ti-Hftlc manager  non*  Mechanical superintendent 3,20*0  Manager's assistant  non*  ^, ��������� Is the recognized   organ for all the latest mining news of  atenay.   Particular attention is paid to securing early and ������  Epbtenay.  North  "eliable"  id the.'imtnediate" activity of Bevelstoke, .such as ^Illecillewaet,  Albert J  Ganyon, Jordan Pass and Isaac Creek.   Next season will  witness a big  revival of certainty throughout North Kootenay, -and mining men and  others desirous of gaining Yheeailiest and inost authentic news from  the  dUtfict"will~fin(l* the"c61umns" "of 'tbeTHEBALD "their~best "source" of -  information..    "   {<'.- -,-    -.' .."*.' ,j������������������,  ||  ,,,;.  Railway IJcws is also a_Specialty of theJlERALD and_ articles of  special interest t6'Ha!il\vj.y mcii will also be found"iii'its columns.,,.. 1  -i -1- ^.uTHE-HEBAT.I) .offers advantages in its-total Weekly circulation  Mid the class of readers, which it reaches^unparalleled in the districts It  aippearg twice to any other paper's once a week and is found in'the homes  of the'wage-earning classes,'the backbohe'of the business ;of the district.  Bus'jiessmeh want their announcements to*-reach the honier people who  tiave the money to tuke .advantage of their offers ���������'and'-the'homes and  families which rendar it necessary for them to spend it.', --No other class of  circulation is of any use to them. These are the kind of people'who miike  up a big proportion of our Subscribers,, people; with homes, families,  ���������Biployinent-and interests right at home,, the people. Revelstoke. merely  jtnta.want to get at.., A .space in our advertising, columns, judiciously and  ,thofou'ghly"utilized, constitutes aTwice"-A-Week letter tb'every home'in  Revelstoke.-and 'in the Railway- and Mining points, /tributary = to Revel-  stoke business. - - ^ * - ,..*..-  Is the completest in ".the district' for appliances, material and  ���������Craftsmen.-- Our...work*,speaks, for..itself. No other..office, in North  :Eootenay cun touch' it," because we not only have the tools to do good  vvrork with, bub we know how to use them.' Call and see our Samples and  you will perhaps be surprised.to see the artistic and finished class' of work  jwhicJiR?* cair.turn out._P>;ices graded down to suit the times.  Certificate of .Improvements.  ���������3STOTIOE  Morning Star, Walrus, Sea Lion and Bonanza  Minernl ulaiins; situate in the 1-ardeauMining  Division of West Kootenay District Where  located : On Menhenick Creek, near l'ish  Ki\er.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green, acting as  agent for Angus .'.IcKav, F. M. C. B 32005, and  J. Ii McKenzie, Free M'ner's Certificate No.  .B320*26, intend, sixty days trom the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Keeorder for .ertiflcates  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  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this first day of March, 1902, A.D.  ... --- ; -  -     r.   _���������-   " F.C.GREEN'  per F. 8. C.  Nelson, B C.  Certificate of Improvements.  , r"  xiTorrxCrXH  Centre Star and Evening Star ^Mineral  Claims, situate in the Lardeau Mining Division  of West Kootenay District. Where located :  Un .Menhenick creek, near Fish Kiver. i  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green, -icting as  agent for J.B. McKenzie, Free Miner's CertlB-  cate No. U 32025, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  or Certificates ol Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining Crown Grants oi the above  claims.  nd further take notice tbat action, under  section 37, must be  commenced   before   the  issuance of such CertiIIfates of Improvements.  Dated this firstday of March. 1902, A. D.  F. C. GKE   N,  per F. S. C,  Nelson, B.C.  Certificate of Improvements.  TAKE NOTICE lhat 60 days after date I  intend to applv to the Chief ''ommisstoner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase a  piece oi land described as follows :  Commencing at a post marked F. J > old-  smith's No. 1 post, thence south- 40 chains ;  thence east <I0 chains -'thence north'40 chains;  tbence west 40 chains, to point of commencement��������� 160 acres more or le-iS. This land wab  staked by J. B. McKenzie last June. Has n  purchase No. 1 po***t about 100 leet from Goldfinch trail and about 200 feet up hill, the east  line lOllowing Fish Kiver.  Located February 20,1902.  F. J. GOLDSMITH,  '     ��������� -.  -'Goldfields, B.C.  Agents  Wanted!!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To represent the old i*..J'a!il������.  London^ &   Lancashire    SMe.  The   Children's    Endovvni.-*it,  and ten payment bond polic.-?_,,  '; etc. - -. ".  Most" parents   are   willing   lo  Rive their boys a start'in life  ' by taking an endowment inadu.  .   payable at age 30,   p.iyitiR  the  premium until thu hoy   is.  abl-3  to carry it himself. _  GEO. D. SCOTT. .  Manager for B.C.���������Nortli west.���������Yukon  Vancouver. B. C...  Chief engineer 3,500  General freight agent 2,103  f  General pas������. agent 2,100  General'superintendent.. nons  Engineer of maintenance none  Chief accountant 2,400  Inspector buildings none  Weighing inspector....... none  Mechanical accountant.... 1,700  Paymaster  1.600  Cashier.'.  1,600  Chief clerk G. M. :.. ."1,600  Claims agent  none  Truffle auditor..! .'..���������. 1,500  Geneial storekeeper.....'. 1,000  Chii-f clerk freight agent.. 1,200  Electrician  1,400  Pulicj   im-ncc'toi' '1.300*  dcipht cliiintt. kgent ..   .. 1,100  Ass,l. ii'iffic  anditoi :. 1,200  Ollices outsiilcoi Moncton  Asi-i- ft. ajtenf. A3 nili-e.tl.. none  G"*aiip''.il  ti.ivi/ling agent. ��������� none  Asst. pas;. ���������.'..'.���������,������������������!:c Montreal none  A":s*t.  p'lsf. n^ent Halifax non������ .1,700'  3STOTIOE  NOTICE IS 'HEREB\ GIVEN that 30 days  after date, I intend to make application to the  Honorable thc Chief Commissioner ol Lands  and Works for a special licence to fell and  carry away timber from the following described lands:'  No. 1. ���������,      ,  Commencing at a post planted about 50  chains north of St. Leon Hot Springs on tbe  Arrow Lakes and marked J. T. south west corner, thence cast 160 chains ;*. thence nortli 40  chainB ; thence west 160 chains ; thence soulh  40 chains to place of commencement.  ----- -_   _.- '    _    ���������'-_��������� No. 2.     _--_-_    *- -   - ������������������-  Express DellYcry  ��������� All orders left at'"W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  H. Cook.  Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles  south from the mouth of Deep creek at Galena  Bay, Arrow Lakes, marked J. T. and being  about 6 chains oast ef T.II.D.'s south west corner post: thence westso chains ; tbence south  80 chains; thence cast 60 chains ; thence north  80 chainB to place of commencement.  * Nelson, B. C, March 3rd, 1902.  JAMES A. TAYLOR,  ��������� Arrowhead.  tyxsrs*'  ������?-ryA?y~-  :-:���������-���������&,  SUBSCRIPTION  ,$2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.!  Red Fox and Ridge Mineral Claims, situate  in thc Lard������au Mining Division of W est Kootenay District. Where located : On Menhenick  Creek near Fish River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C Green, acting as  agent Ior Angus McKay, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 32O03. intend, sixty days Irom the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the pui-  pose of obtaining Crown Grants of .the above  claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced belore the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements,  Dated this Hrst day of March, 1902, A. D.  - - F.C. GREEN,  - ' - - per F. 8 C ,  ��������� - - ' Nelson, B. C.  Certificate ot Impveroments.  Butte. Silver Bow and Black Diamond  Mineral Claims, a tuatc in tbe Lardeau Mining  Division ol West    ootenay District,  Where Located: Near thc Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.  TA E NOTICE that I, A. I*. Cummins, as  Agent for the Double Eagle Mining anil Development Coinpanv, Limited, of Fergimon,  B.C, iree-Miner's Certificate No. 31,8m,  Intend, sixty days from thu dato hereof, to  apply to thc .lining Pet-order for a Certificate  oi improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And mrthcr Take    otice that action, unde  Section 37,   irust  be   commenced  before the  lssbancc ot such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this twenty-third day of January, A .D.  1902.  > A. P. CUMMINS, P.L.8.  Feb. 5-tf  wmm  1FR0MPTLY SECURED!  I  . "Write for our interesting books'* Inventor's Help*' an-A, " How you are swindled.'.*  Send us a rough sketch or model of your ln-<  vention orimprovement and wcwil] tell you  free our opinion an to whether it is probably,  patentable. Rejected application! have often,  been .-.successfully prosecuted.,by us. "We,  conduct fully equipped offices'in Montreal!  andJWashington ;_thls qualifies us to prompt-,  ly dispatch work and quickly secure Patents,  as broid as the invention. Highest references,  furnished.   ,  '    '���������  Patents procured through'Marion &' Marion recelva special notice without charge in  over ioo newspapers distributed throughout  the Dominion. '  Specialty:���������Patent' business of Manuftc-  turersandEngineers. *    i*������������ t?������������������<���������. i,  MARION. & MARION  .    Patent Exports anal Solicitors  nnir^." /   New York Life B'liTg*, rtmtr-Ml  lOfllcM.   {   Au������ntlc Bldg,W������.hfn  8.0CJ  3,751  3.6C)  2.075  2,70  2,700  2,400  2,300  2.4C0  1,800  ,1,700  -1,700  1.6C3  1,(500  1,600  1,500  1,500:  1,500'  1.500  1,400  1,300  1,300  1,300  2,500  ���������2,103  1,700  I.C0O  1.500  1,500  nona   1,500  Atlantic Bldg,Wa.h(n8rton D.C.  FARWELL  ESTATE.  The  choice  hmi  north "ol  tr������ck.  between Tappirg's and Long's, will  be subdi/ided for sr!c as soon (ib  possible.  CM. SPROAT,-  VICTORIA,   B. C.  ,     P. O.Eor, <j. .       '  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,    IMPERIAL FRACTION -  AND SIHIPRI8E MINERAL CLA1M8.  SITUATE IX-THE REVHL8TO E MINING  Diti-ilon ol West Kootenay Distiiet.  Where LocatMl: On "Keystone Mountain,  Big Bend, near Dou-nio Creek.  TIKE NOTICE th������t I, Geo. 8. MeCarter  actine as agent for J I). Graham. Free Miner's  Certificate So. D. S72* anilfor W. H. Viekers.  Free Miner's Certificate No. 60621, intend 60  dnv������ trom the date hereof to applv to tbe  Mining Recorder for Certificates of'lmprore-  mentJ for the purpose or obtaining Crown  Grants of the above rialma.  AND FDBTHBR TAKE NOTICK tbat action  nnder Section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance ol such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated thU 10th day ol February, A.D. 1902.  Fab 12-tf oo*. a, MoOartor.  $^������ UNION <*&#  Cigar  Factory  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  Order Your  Printing  ��������� from the  HERALD  OUR  Brands:  SPECIAL  and  THE  UNION  ALL  GOODS   UNION  MADE  ���������P������ infers   ;    : "  ���������of'     '���������''''���������  '-"  ���������Fine  ���������Office  : ���������Stationery.  Iiicmding   -   ���������  .LETTER; HEADS  ��������� ENVELOPES ,  STATEMENTS  '  BILL THE ADS        '   "  NOTE HEADS  '- SHIPPING TAGS.  H ..   ���������  -  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A SPEGIftLTY  Traveling rrsifltht agent..  l^iv. ft. a;,'ent, St. John... i  Div. ft. .iui*nt Halifax.... I  Traveling fi*cip;ht and pas-  -senj?er agent.'.'-.....  "Th*������ inequalities ancl in. consist enci������������  ia tha above list will be apparent at a.  glance.   The new  'manager1  receive*  $7,C00    a   year, ' Tvhile   the  general  manager'continues   to   eke   out    an  existence on $6,000, the same as is paid  the new traffic manager.   Some of tha  oldest'and niost efficient' men   in  the  service are drawing the same salaries  as  in   180(5, - or, have', received   very  moderate increases. The trafficauditer  for instance, is still   getting   $1,GC0  a  year, though his office .is-.one of   the  most'important on the road, requiring *  a staff of forty clerks, while   some' of  the new officials who   do' little  mare  than walk to and from their comfortably'' quarters  are   paid . $1,C00   and  $1,8C0 a year.     The   paymaster  and  cashier, .who are responsible . for . the  handling of several hundred thousand  dollars a year on various parts of *the  line, get $1,0C3 a year, the same as ia  1G00, while the weighing inspector, not  necessary at all in 18C3, ia paid $1,700,  and the gentleman who haa been acting  as manager's assistant,   is  paid  mora  than double as much, or $3,CC0 a year.  These are things  that can only  be  explained by heaven-born railway men  such as the present  minister, of  railways    and   his  advisers."���������Moncton  Timea." '"  ���������Ki* -.liiiis'*'.* of cottUMcting a loath  j coi.].'-- iliawt ,s:nok'.ti^   Union   Cigar  L-'.ictciry CiKnrs.     They   ate  made   by  j uc 1**: -\ :������������������: x:: is itk union labok.  i  ��������� -Tiit !;ir_r-?ht ������.n<l m*st selected stock  in.:*.*. \Virni*pc>>{ lo V*ncouver. See  Cn-.*--*: u.n'** !*3 00 trousers made to  o:itui*.  ' ��������� Al! tlie delicate aroma of the  fine*-t iiiipo.-led1 tobaccos in Union  Cigar E'nct'U'y Goods.   Try them.  ���������Lotc with 50 foot frontage from 75  dollars up. ��������� Apply to Sibbald ft Field.  Herald -Job Office  FROJ-fr STREET.    -  E. MOSCROP . ,.  i     Sanitary PIumbing__>Hot Water  And Steam Heating, Ga*  *  * ��������� \  Fit'.'njs.  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  ���������fl  i MISTAKES
-May lie made in wearing;
Chest Protectors
Hut ynui* greatest misluke will
liu in nit* in not wearing one.
They :u*i* a great preventative
of colli and nohody should lio
wiihmii one when they can
gi*L llu'iu so chi*up .it tliu
All Sizes and Prices.
See ilium in our window.
Kiiaseij���At Toronto, on the 11th
.Mr;!. 3. B. l*'raser, wife of Dr. Fraser
and sister of Dr. E. H. S. McLean,
uf tliis place.
PoiiTisit���On Thursday, 10th instant,
Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Porter,
aged two and a half years. The
The funeral takes place at St. Peter's
church at two o'clock this afternoon.
CM. Hume h.is been away in Calgary
lhis week.
���Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.
The city council will meet this evening at, the usual place and hour.
"Cecil Rhodes" will be the subject
of llie Presbyterian pulpit, tomorrow
���Fresh Groceries at A.  N. Smith's.
There was a magnificent display of
Aurora Borealis about 11.30 on Thnrs"
day night.
���Sweet potatoes at C. B. Hume &
Co".-, today.
S. S. Taylor, of the Nelsou bar, came
np from t.he south yesterday heading
for the coast.
3. A. Leslie has heen given anoption
on the Big Bend mica claims for
eastern capitalists.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Anderson are
are having a handsome seven roomed
house.built by D. McCarthy.
���Carpets, oil cloths, linoneums cheap
at Revelstoke Furniture Co.
H. A. Perley, proprietor of the
Revelstoke, came in on Thursday's
train from Calgary.
R. S. Wilson has opened up a branch
of his Revelstoke establishment in
Ferguson, with A. Wilson in charge.
Sow that thc annual spring cleaning
is in full swing how about getting
something done to the lanes?
���Sibbald & Field can quote yon
prices and terms ou lots in all parts of
thc city.
XV. Cowan, president of the Tele:
phone Co., has ' been at Thomson's
Landing this week, putting the line in
Ir, S. Fiindt and Mrs. Flindt, who
returned to town from Harison Hot
Springs on Friday-of last week, left
this morning for the old country.
���Our Photographic Studio will he
open for a few days only R. H.
Services in St. Peter's tomorrow,
second Sunday after Easter, as usual
at S Aiul 11 a. m. and 7.30 p, bi., Rev.C.
A . Procunier, the rector, officiating.
���Dog lags can now be obtained from
the chief of police, price $2. All doga
that want to live must be tagged
The bylaw to" raise the sum of $7000
necessary to meet the contstnplatsd
improvements to the streets this year
will come up before the council
���Just arrived, a quantity of carpets,
nil cloth, linoleum, etc. .Revelstoke
Furniture Co.
The aiinunl .'postponed meeting of
fHe*"RevuliCoko gunljlub"-wllPhe-held
this evening at S o'clock in the office
of Harvey. MeCarter & Pinkham,
.Molson Bank block.
��� Fresh loin.-it.oe5. radishes and lettuce at C.B. Hume & Co's tod.iy.
Tliere i-i a beautiful oil painting on
view in the Revelstoke. depicting Mt.
Stephen. The picture is the work of
Rogers, of Vancouver, a rising young
artist o�� great merit.
���Bow Ties���Four-in-hand and the
Bow Derby ties. All this season's
pattern's at C.B. Hume <fc Co's.
Thc cantata, Esther, will lie reproduced on Monday night at popular
prices. 50c. and 25c. for the benefit of
Mr. Jas. Taylor, theconductor. Give
him a bumper house.      He deserves it.
-���."incre blocks���some w��ll timbared
���suitable for garden purposes, below
the old smelter site. Apply to
Sibbald k Field.
Tha funeral services over ths body of
little Freddie Turnross took placo on
Thursday nfternoon at tha residence
of his parents and the cemetery. Rev.
C. Ladner officiated.
���Trousers made to measure, $5.00
of stuffs regularly worth $8.00 to SICCA). Some stores are getting those
prices. They should see Cressman's S3.00 trousers to order.
Revelstoke has joined the great
Ping Pong procession. A tournament
for the benefit of the hospital is the
next event on the social programme,
though the exact date has not yet been
���Choice lots in C. P. R., Mara and
Farwell townsites/ Apply to Sibbald
k Field.     ...
The present chid wave is general
over the province. The weather bureau
officials predict that a warm spell will
follow it. Shove it along. Ifitcoesn't
get into the Mountain k Shuswap
division pretty soon T. D. is liable to
cancel it: altogether.
$ We have lately imported ^
? the   choicest varieties of
* the above   in   bulk,   and
? are selling at
g     ?5c per Ifc. I
Highest Award
at the World's Fair.
Red to
Beg to call your attention to the fact that
they have Just received and opened up a
splendid shipment of
ew Dry Goods
This shipment is imported direct from Scotland. We have saved the middleman's
profit and wish to give you the benefit of it.
Not only are the prices more reasonable, but
the goods are better.
These New .Spring Goods consist of
Dress Goods, Silks, Muslins, Satins,
Organdies, Pique, Veilings, Duck, etc.
Wc invite you to come in and inspect
The "EMPRESS" Shoe!
Don' forget that wc carry the reliable
Empress Shoe for Ladies.
C. F. Diamond of Comaplix, was in
town on Wednesday.
The Triune mine is only nine miles
from Ferguson, but the current Eigle
does the Herald the left handed
compliment of clipping a recent article
ou the property from our columns,
faking it up a bit at the beginning .ind
end and publishing the whole thing as
its own.
The Northwest Development
Syndicate Purchase a Ten
Stamp   Mill    and    Diamond
. Drills for Their Property.
The Northwester Development,Syn.
ditate gioup of claims in the celebrated ' Lai deau district of British
Columbia at the new town of
Gold fluids ]g to be immediately put
under if thorough test development,
says the Seattle Post lutellinger. tl.
G. Brock, formerly uwell know mining
man of the Lake Superior region, wns
in Seattle recently, having come to
the city to contract for th'; necessary
stamp mills and mining machinery to
push the work.
"The district is immensely rich in
high grade gold ore," said Mr. Brock
at the Butler, "and will undoubtedly
lead in the production ot gold among
the big camps of British Columbia.
The claims on which 1 will immediately
begin work have not been developed
to any extent, but have made a
wonderful showing thus far.
The machinery to be installed as a
test plant will include ten stamps. All
this has been purchased and will be
nhipped to the claims as soon ns
The news of a ten stamp mill ."going
into Goldiields to treat the ore from
the famous Camborne group which iu
situated right adjoining the new town
will he of jcreat interest to the miners
and prospectors of the Fish River free
milling gold camp as well as to a large
number of the citizens of Revelstoke.
The Goldbug and Lillie groups, both
free milling propositions and bolh
owned-entirely-by-Revelstoke��� people^
are situated not over a mile from the
location of the new stamp mill, and
will receive the benefit from the ftamp
mill, since there is no doubt arrangements can he made to treat, the ore
from these properties at the mill of
the Northwestern Development Co.
These two groups, like the Camborne
group, are adjoining the townsite of
Goldttelds. With the new bridge
completed, the Eva hill free milling
properties, including the Ev.i, Imperial, Oyster and many other group* on
Lexington mountain are within fioin
one to three miles of the new town,
Goldiields should be a banner camp
this summer.
We have  a   large shipment of   Inaid
Linoleum and Floor Cloths just in.
All kinds of Rubbers and Rubber Boots.
A complete line of Gent's Furnishings.
iinsimisiiiii mm iiiii i nm
Mail Orders Solicited end Promptly Attended To -
G-iEie-riEiE-L.A.ij nycEE/BCA.isrTS.
of all kinds
just opened up.   "
A set of
from   the   Fo)ey factory In
England, will suit you.
Hockey Skates
Car aUC
FURNITURE GOODS must be sold
at cost in order to make room for
another large car of Furniture, which
will he-here shortly, call and see if
wo can't arrange lo supply you. Now
is your opportunity to furnish cheap.
The.largest stock of the latest WATCHES,
My many years' experience bnahlos me to'buy
goods at thc right prices, enabling hie to
sell to the public at reasonable prices.
���      tf.   <3-"U"Z"  BJLR,BEE/.
Real Estate
Canada. Permanent A Western
FIN AN CI AL- \ E_..9**l^�� M?_rtBSF��_Corporat_lon
Equitable Savings Loan and Building Association
/"Imperial Fire.
I Canadian Kire.
��� Guardian Fire-
Caledonian Fire.
Mercantile Fire.
Manchester Fire.
Atlas Fire.
Northern Fire.
Great West Life.
J. D.
I Ocean, Accident and Guarantee.   Confederation Life
: (.Canadian Aceidcnt Assurance.Co.   Connecticut Fire
SIBBALD, Notary Public.
Or Tone-Ups- ��
To impart tone to the system
antl dispel that languid feeling
common in Spring.
Liver and Kidney Medicines to
suit all classes and conditions.'
W. BEWS,     -      -     Phm.B.
Drxxxrglal an'l Stationer.
Eri-vrn Bloil-. Telephone il.
Asbestos Trebled in Price
For some time the European asbestos
���r-as used as a substitute for the
American article. But buyers are
now looking for American asbestos as
it is of a superior quality and very
much in demand. .The price of
asbesto-s has consequently gone up
and it ih quoted fit about S300 per ton
for the best American, nearly three
times as much nn it w.ih bringing last
Miners looking for iisbesto* should
s"'.k for ii greyish or preen serpentine
carrying sometimes particles of iron.
The veins are from the thickness of a
tlitead to several inches and upward
containing; no iron produce thn very
best asbestos which bring.*, the highest
price.���Mining k Klectrical Jieview,
San Francisco.
Recruiting for New Contingent
Ottawa, April 9.���A special militin
order was issued tonight relating to
the new contingent. It aiyt the fore-
will bct-Jilled the third, fourth, fifth and
sixth  rexiinents,   Canadian   .Mounted
a *-*
ftiflas, service he until thc termination
of the war, und rates of p.<y lhe same
ai the Second reKimdit, Preference
w;ill be given to men who have already
served. There will b�� a total of 101
officers, 121 sergeants, M artificers.
'32 buglers, 1,712 rank mid file, a total
or 2,0%, with 2.171 hoi Res.
Recruits will bu forwarded to Halifax
without delay.
In Western Canada et.i'olincnt commences April 21, nl Vittori.i, Vancouver, New Westminster, Kamloops,
Sicamous, lievelstoke. Golden, Rowland. Fort .Steele nnd CYnnbrnok.
Order Your
from thc
- . -..,**.}.  ->,.   - ,-���    ���*  ���.-���ri :-is.yy
OF  TH-E -TTS-tlTEID   STATES:'- ��� ���:
Outstanding Assurance Dec. 31, 1901..$ 1,170,270,725 00
New-Assurance Issued in 1901..... ' " 215,912.087-(XT
Income      C4,374,C(S 94
Assets. Dec. 31, 1901 .'.'.      '331,030,720,34;.
Assurance Fund and all other liabilities'   " 259,910,078W;
Surplus      71,129,042 .00
Paid Policyholders in 1901 '. :       27,714,021 42,
*, President.
H. ALLENBERG, Spokane,
F. B. LEWIS, -    .  -
/    Manager.
Dietriot Agent- -Jf
Herald Job Office
Sanitary Plumbing, Hot Water
And Steam Heating:, Gas
Second St.. REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Now Complete.   ������.'.
The largest and best,-selected
stock  from ' Winnipeg ' to   the
Coast.   Finest and best equips
������ ped Tailoring House in B. 'C.\".
-   *' -- . ���    ', v     '-���
Only a made to order garment
can fit properly and the leading
good dressers in Kevelstoke have
showered praises on Our Full
Dress and 'Business Suits and
Overcoats, which fit as naturally,
aa tho fleece on tbe sheep.
*We fit pocket'tmoks as well as
their owners.
TftAllCFlYC    To Order, and Up-to-date
I lML\rKA"-The Best Fit in the City
For the Month of April & Choice Lot For S5, worth ����and 410. . , %
-.. ,- . ��so and MS.
Wc   defy ; any   finflrto   produce-a  more [stylish or-bi't'ter
fitting suit for the price..,-       , .    .    ?
Oholco of nny costume
Material in the Store to
Mttaauro during the
Month of April for S2S.
J- B. (mm,:
Manning Block,    *  ElcKoRgle Aim*.
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