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 r\  fl  >     )   !  tr--  <y  h /  And  Journal  Vol   V. No   ias  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY    APRIL 16   1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  O  u  R  8  P  E  C  I  A  L  T  Y  ���������  We are the largest buyers  of GROCERIES in the  North Kootenay, and are  therefore able to "offer, the  very best goods produced  in the world at the very  lowest prices. Although  times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very encouraging  to us.  This year we have made  arrangements which will  enable us to give our customers better prices than  ever before.  Shirts  These Shirts, are recognized to be superior to  any made in Canada for  Style and Durability.  -,.-- We have them in all the  Latest Patterns.  Neck Ties  . The celebrated Currie Tie  ���������The Spring Patterns  in these Goods have just  been received, and for  _��������� Beauty and Taste, excel  anything yet' produced  by this Renowned Firm  . of-Tie Makers.  Hats! Caps!  The wor ld-r e n o w n e d  Christie and Fedora Hats  A consignment in the  Latest Styles has just  been opened up.  Underwear  -For Spring-andSummer._  A well selected consignment of Imported Scotch  and English fine, woolen  Balbriggan and Fleece-  Lined Underwear just to  hand.  Hosiery  Ladies' and Gent's Hosiery in Silk, Cashmere,  and Wool. A complete  stock of the Latest Patterns and Best Quality.  Hardware  A carload . of Assorted  Hardware^ just opening  up.  Personal   Paragraphs   Pertain  ing to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  Daily Rounds.  Geo. T. Moir, C.P. 11. agent :it Slocan  City, has been transferred  to  Nakusp.  Brakeinan, Lee Ferryman, wns  killed in a rear end collision at W������-  natchee last week while asleep in the  caboose. He had been on duty SO  hours,  _J. N. Murphy, and 0. XV Korlrighl  have left Trail for Winnipeg, where  they will assume theii new duties in  the construction department of the  0. P. R.  J. Wicks,'mate on the Slocan. hns  taken a similar position on the Moyie  at Nelson, lie was followed on the  Slocan hy XV. Wright, who was  transferred from Arrow Lake.  D. J. Coughlin. chairman of the  C. P. R. system board of adjustment,  of the B. R. T.. who has heen engaged  in Montreal with business of the Order  for a considerable period, has returned  to Vancouver.  Organizer. Graham, of Revelstoke,  who is ut work among the men of the  bridge and building departments of  the C. P. R. system has completed his  work in Winnipeg, Mr. Graham  reports success everywhere in organization.  The employing machinists of Minneapolis have issued- an announcement  to the effect that hereafter men in  their shops will be required to work  only 50 hours per week, 10 hours  during the flrst five days and six hours  on Saturday. This concession is made  voluntarily bv the employers. no  demand having been made by the  men. Last year the men struck for a.  standard nine-hour day, but lost the  tight after remaining out ten weeks.  A committee, representing the Order  of Railroad Telegraphers on the western division of the' C.P.R., are in  Winnipeg awaiting the'arrival from,  the east rf the general superintendent.  It,,is .understood that^the; meni will  endeavor to make a View schedule with  ���������the company. The' best of feehng  exists between -the company and the  men and a satisfactory settlement will  no doubt be arrived at,  It is not generally known, says the  Boise Statesman, that Judge W. B.  Heyburn is an inventor as well as an  attorney, but such is the fact. He has  just received notice of the issuance to  him of a patent for an anti-telescooing  pivotal pilot for locomotives. The  pilot is hung in front of the engine in  such a manner that'it cau he swung  one way or the other by the engineer.  It is believed in such a manner that  the impact of colliding engines will bu  glancing rather ' than - direct, the  engine* being thrown to one side  instead of crashing together and thus  causing' the telescoping* of the cars  behind. Judge ' Heyburn hai an  application pending for a patent of a  similar device for the rear of  trains.  Between seven hundred and eiglit  hundred men will ba taken on by the  Cauada Atlantic Railway before May  1, in .preparation for the opening of  navigation=on^the-gretit-Iakes,���������when  the-Canada Atlantic fleet of grain  curriers will-begin their trips. The  men who are to be taken on by tjis  company will include train hands of  all classes ns well as general laborers.  The grain steamer* have a carrying  capacity of about 750,000 bushels of  grain, and., they can make weekly  trips. When the grain season is fully  open, from ten to fifteen trains a day  run from Depoi Harbor tlirough  Ottawu to Coteau und oilier points  along tho route uf the Cuiw.dn  Atlantic.  U. S. Worle, fireman on the local  freight engine, commonly called lhe  " Switch," was killed nt Wallace,  Idaho, Thursday morning. The train  wen made up and standing on the  truck iu front of the depot prepnratory  to starting on its regular trip down  the line. Worle had got down With  the hose to put on the lire after  cleaning out the nshpan, and had  carelessly crawled partly across the  rail between the engine and the lender  While in this position tho Burke  branch train let some cais down the  track from above, which, hy striking  the caboose of the Switch, forced the  train ahead a few feet, the wheel of  the tender catching Worle and passing  overhis body, killing him instantly.  The deaeased wus about 23 years old  and had been on the run about a year  The coroner's jury handed ir. a- verdict  of accidental deatH due to his own  carelessness.  A bill to promote the safety of  railroad employees has been intio-  duced into Ihe House hy Ralph Smith  Tho bill provides for the use of auto  malic couplers nu all cars or locomotives und would make It mandatory  for all rolling stock to he to equipped.  The next part of the bill is a provision  for proper ladders or hand rails on  opposite ends of all cars with an end  grip tu be placed angle wise on the  top. The absence of or irregularities  of these ladders and handrails at the  present time is a source of great  danger to trainmen. The bill does  not seek to compel companies tn pot  these ladders on cars now in use, but  provides that eveiy car hereafter  built in Canada shall be so equipped.  This legislation is sought for by the  railway men of the, country, and is  very much along the lines of the  Briti*_h law, which, latter, however, ib  not stringent in regard to couplers.���������  Voice.  Shocked By   Lightning.  Las-t Monday, while 'Conductor  Hunt's train was at Kitchener, a hig  rain storm came up accompanied by  heavy thunder und Hashes of lightning.  It became necessary to chain a car,  and W. Wilson and J. Bremner. two  of the brakemen, and the car repairer  nt Kitchener, got the heave chain out  of lhe caboose and with it, over the  shoulders >,f the three of them started  down the track. The btorm seemed to  have increased and the bky was overshadowed wilh heavy clouds. Sudden*  ly there wus a crash and a mass of  brilliant fire iscmeil to dart from the  heavens, centering upon the chain  carried by the railroad boys. All three  were prostrated and it was some time  before they lully recovered. Their  bodies were burned in places and their  system was filled with electricity.  Each ou ecui'i'ied a watchaiid on examination later that day Mr. T.ite found  that all of them had been highly  magnetized liy the shock.  Fred Dumont, who was down the  track about half a mile, saw the flash  and he said it presented a brilliant  spectacle, but that he' was filled with  fear as he saw the sti tarn of flre reach  down to where the men were carrying  the chain, ns he thought they had been  killed when they droppad.  None of the victims care, to repeal  the experience, although they all  escaped without serious injury.  Revelstoke Gun Club.   -  The gun club held their annual  meeting at Lhe Revelstokeon Saturday  when the following ofllcers* were  elected *for the year: A. J.. M-fcdoriell  presWlrrit; c. lt. Skene vice *. president;  A. Mc-Iliic secretary tivns,i,.������.'. j. Guy  Bui liei-,-R: upper;*!!. A.'-Brow'ii'-;iin.i  A. Si. Phipps, committee.   " '    ,  ���������* It    was   deeided ~t6' handicap' tlie  weekly-practices   this   season.; Gold  buLtons for the top and-second- score..**,  will be shot for every week, The  accomodation at. the 'grounds in the  way of u-L-luh house will he improved  and the wires and traps put in good  shape. ' - -    ���������  ...There was no shoot last Saturday. -_.  The Bylaw to  Raise $7,000 for  Street Improvements  Pasesd.  ���������Will be   Voted  on   by  the  Ratepayers on April 30th.  The. adjourned meeting of the city  council was held on Saturday evening,  pro-sent the Mayor, Aid. Taylor, Manning, Ijiw and McLeod. Thi.s wa.s a  special meeting to deal with the bylaw  to raise the $7,000 required for the  proposed street improvements, which  was accordingly introduced hy Aid.  Law and passed three readings.  Thc following 'additions were made  to the report of the P. W. committee  on street improvements for 1002:  A 0 foot side walk from the westside  of lot 0 block 2'3 to the east side of lot  1*1 block 23 on Second St.  A 0 foot sido walk from the N. XV.  corner of MeArthur Ave. on Second  St. to lot 1*1 Block 20.  A ti foot side walk on the south side  of First St. from the S. W. corner of  McKenzie Ave..and First St. to the  S. E. corner of Counaught Ave and  First St.  The city clerk was instructed to  order two forty five foot extension  ladders for the use of the fire brigade.  He was also instructed to write H.B.  Smith M. I.'C. E., Rossland, asking  him to be here on May 1st'to make a  report on the waterworks and electric  light "question generally. ���������  This being, a, special meeting the  correspondence in the hands ofthe city  clerk was only discussed informally in  committee and will not come before  the council till their next regular  meeting.  The C. N. R. and the Trackmen.  Grand President John T. Wilson, of  the Brotherhood, of Railway Trackmen, -who is now adjusting the  trouble wliich has existed.between the  C.'P.'R. and trackmen, will 'very likely  be in Winnipeg shortly, 'as trouble is  saidto'exist between the trackmen of  the C.'N.^R. and that company. A confidential cir.cu.lar has been,issued, from  a committee * of tlie joint" protective-,  board; stating that' they havo .been  unable to get a satisfactory' answer  from General Superintendent Hanna  of the Canadian Northern to an official  request for an interview.  The committee were instructed by  their fellow employes of maintenance  of way men to get from Mr, Hanna au  interview to arrange certain terms  and conditions of employmont. After  writing three times to thatgentlemun,  an answer was leceived that he had  had no complaint made to him and  that any complaint made should be to  the general roadmastor. As the road  master had only been in charge for a  month, and has no authority to deal  with the question which tho men  wished to lay before Mr. Hanna,  another letter was sent to hiin, asking  for an interview. Mr. Hanna returned  word that no answer was coming.  Mr. Hanna since then has left town,  and two of the men on the committee  C. Storey and A. A. Campbell, have  been discharged. President Wilson has  been notified and it is expected that  ho will he in Winnipeg shortly to endeavor to readjust thepresentschedule  on which the men work, and to have  atn investigation made as to the  dismissal cf Storey and Campbell.  The scale of wages and terms of  employment compose the ground for  dissatisfaction among t.he men.  Position ofthe C.P.R. Trackman  The Canadian Pacific railway has  practically granted the trackman's  organization recognition and a set of  rules governing the men employed by  the company, which are mutually  satisfactory.  The only differe nee, which how remains to be settled is the scale of  wages and this question will, ' hy the  consent of hoth parties, be submitted  to arbitration.  Mr. Vantelet, who succeeded Mr.  Peterson as chief engineer, has, it is  said, been selected' by the company,  and John T. Wilson, president of the  Brotherhood of Railroad Trackman,  will represent the men. . These two  gentlemen will meet and go over the  ground togo.ther. If they shall prove  unable to agree on terms acceptable  to their representative clients,' a third  person will be chosen to make a final  decision. ,**,-.-  .The latest developments in the negotiations between the company and  the men precludes all possibility of  a strike, and were in accordance with  an agreement -reached between ��������� Sir,  Thomas Shaughnessy- and* the " committee.- .The schedule presented to the  company asked for a minimum scale  of $1.50 per day "fcr sectionmen' and  $2 per day for foremen. There are 1.500  trackmen who are interested in the  settlement which will probably lie  definitely reachec. , some ,time this  week.  ONGE MORE  A FATAL HITCH  5'  PRING IS HERE; and with it comes thc thought of a  New Dress���������a theme:���������the mere mention of which strikes  a responsive chord in every feminine heart.  We are ready to serve ybu with a showing that  excels every  previous season's effort,  a showing that trained taste has chosen,  "experri-cnowledge-has^bought-and^artistic-liands-have-arranged-for^^^  you.    Our long'acquaintance with your tastes and-wishes,   our     ���������  enlarged stocks, our greatly increased facilities have enabled us to ��������� ���������  make a display .that will  be the most artistic'and  economical  ex-*.  prcssion "of your every thought. ' - . '      .-���������'>���������-,'  *   Never in the history of our business career have we been' able , '*  to place before the fair* sex of Revelstoke such an array of exquisite ���������   \  new creations as will be shown here this Season.  DAINTY WAISTS  Dainty   Waists   of Silk,  Muslin, Cotton, etc.,   made   in   tlie  newest ways.  NEAT AND DRESSY WALKING SKIRTS.  In Cloth and Silk', perfect hanging and thc best of workmanship.  IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.  Throughout tlie Store you'll find them  filled  to overflowing ���������  witli new things.  NEW DRESS GOODS AND 8ILK8 0 ' ' '  In all the latest and best weaves.  NEW WASH DRESS GOODS  In all thc new sheer effects, colorings and designs.  NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS  In all the Latest Eastern and European novelties.  NEW   LACES  AND   EMBROIDERIES,   EDGINGS,     INSERTIONS  AND ALOVER8.  NEW NECKWEAR, RIBBONS AND GLOVES.  NEW BELT8  In all thc latest designs in Straw, Silk and -Velvet.    -  NEW HOSIERY  In Plain and Fancy Designs.  REID & YOUNG  Dry Coods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue. Mail Orders Solicited.  In the Peace Negotiations Owing  to  the  Unreasonable Terms  Propounded by Boer Leaders  ���������No Amnesty for Cape Rebels  The London Daily Mail understands  that a serious hitch haa occurred in  the peace negotiations. The cabinet  has decided to refusea strongly worded  request from the Boera for anarmistice  pending negotiations. What threatens  to stop the negotiations is the fact  that the government declines to place  thc latter Cape rebels on the same  footing as thc burghers with respect  to the amnesty, and is not inclined to  withdraw the banishment proclamation.  Bruoo Hamilton's columns arrived at  Ihe Standerton line on Monday night,  having taken 145 Boers, including  killed and wounded during their  movements from the Middleburg line.  King Ed waul received Lord Strathcona on Monday, who presented His  Majesty with .an address and a gold  modal froin the cilizens of Montreal in  commemoration of the visit of the  Prince of Wales.  The Columbian revolutionists are in  force at Bocas del Tero and hostilities  ard expected. They will attempt to  occupy ihe town and have already  seized property belonging to American  citizens.  The opinion prevails in New Orleans  that the report of the investigation of  the British stock camp at - Port  Chalmette will declare that there is no  evidence of any nature to warrant the  government interfering1;   ���������  Three' hundred employes of the  Montreal Heat, Light.and Power Co.  are on strike for increase of wages.  The plasterers, wire workers, iron  workers and bookbinders of, Montreal  are also all talking strike., -   ���������.  Th'e casualty list published" Monday  evening,--shows that* the*.<Sth New  Zealand regiment lost.100.men killed  and 15 injured' on April 12th in a  railroad accident near Machivie.   ���������  ' A vote of jvaut of, confidence in .'the  Dunsniuir .. government ...was,..voted  down last night by 19 to 15 iii .'the  Provincial Legislature," '* * '"' "-r-f  The first of six 'cars of Maiiitoban  wheat sheaves for the big .Coronation  Arch in .London, has left, Winnipeg  for the east.:    "  - Countess Boni de'Castellane, formerly Miss Anna Gould, gave birth to-a  son yesterday ut Paris.  .   The   Oak  River  hotel   and  Todd's  general store at Oak River, Man., was "  burned'last night.  The recruiting for the4th'confingent  began at Montreal yesterday.   , ' ,  ,*  ..The cost of the war for the three  years has been ������105,034,000.  Andrew Carnegie offers $30,000 for a  library at Brantford, Ont.  Celestial Warning to Canada.  Biunston's  Corners,   April' 9 A  reputable resident of this village, who  does not wish his narae^ divulged,  made the foHowing statement .to the  representative of the Ottawa Citizen,  "which^he_is"em"pha"lic~ih~declarinK='to-���������  be true:���������   ���������  "On the night of Sunday. March  30th, shortly, after calling upon a  friend, I wai returning home between  tho hours of 1 and j 2 o'clock ih the  morning and saw a. strange celestial  body moving towards rue through  the air in an easterly direction. It  had the appearance of nn exceedingly  large fish or sea serpent with a  woman's head on it.'-and I would  judge it would be 125 feet long with  six pairs of fins in my opinion 30 ft.  long and eyes which shone like start  on a cold winter's night. I heard it  utter in a strange voice, but clear  and distinct:  " ' Ere long all nations shall be  gathered together to war, even thou,  Canada, but fear not for thou shilt  glory in victory.'  "When it had uttered these   words  it began to ascend slowly in  circular ���������  motion, but  gradually  rising   higher  and higher until it disappeared in its  own native element."  Smash on the Wharf Siding.  On Sunday the last three of a train  of boarding cars of the vintage of '83,  whii h had been shoved away back on  the old C, P. II. wharf siding opposite  the steam laundry, took a trip on their  own account. It is supposed that some  boys got monkeying with the coupling  pins. At all' events the car became  detached and aa it is all down grade  went bowling merrily along the rusty  rails till they reached the jumping off  place, when after tearing up the? ties  for a piece they subsided in the ditch.  The cars are very old and are no very-  great loss to the comoany. At the  same time, if they hau been Hrst class  cars just out from Montreal the result  would have been the sime, and if, it ia  true, that the smash was owing to the  tricks of aome boys, they certainly  should receive all that's "coning to  them, if they can be found out.  "J   ?  *>.\ - -.���������.-     -i. -*w>_-  BDBIHHBB ,y<..
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"Wednesday, Arnn. 10,1002.
THE MASTER* OF       *-..;.
' ,'Says a new writer, A. B. Colquhoun
iu a volume entitled the Masteryof the
. Paui(jc, which has attracted considerable attention; "On the Pacific slope
of Cauada, Britain has everything
'necessary for the creation of a fresh
base for sea power and among the
many duties, which devolve upon our
iSmpire at this critical point in its
career -none seems more important
than the utilization ind development
of lhat magnificent White Man's
country, Canada, aud more especially
British Columbia."
The IIkiial.1) will  go further than
Mr. Colquhoun.    In  our opinion   the
paramount duty of the hour devolving
"upon British statesmen is lo commence
ut once to work out a plan ,for getting
from fifteen to twenty live millions of
people  into   the   Canadian   West and
.more   especially     into    Alberta    and
British Columbia within the next fifty
years. The struggle for the supremaey
of the world, which from  the days o
Greece and Carthage and Home, down
to the close of the   middle  ages   was
carried on   upon   the   waters   of   the
Mediterranean and wliich four hundred
year*     ago   was   transferred   to   the
broader field   of   tho   Atlantic,    will
inevitably within   the   limits   of   the
century, in which we are  now   living,
be once more shifted and this  time to
the Pacific.    This fact is  being recog
ui'ied by those   to   whose   hands   arc
entrusted the destinies of  the  modern
world powers.    The race for a foothold
in China is only  a   symptom of   their
recognition of the cominy change.
 - - Rut excludiijg for the, nonce Japan,
which however must always he  recognized, tliere are only two of the great
(lowers with  a  natural  base on    the
Pacific ocean and these are the British
Empire and the United' States and  it
is, as Mr. Colijuhoiin remarks,  on  the
"Pacific slope nfCanadathatthe Umpire
finds hei**. Compared with thesuprome
importance to the Empire of maintaining   hor   present   leadership ���as    the
greatest mival and commericil  power
in tha world, all other  questions  sink
intn unimportance. That once lost the
Empire   must   fall   to   pieces.     That
retained all is well,    But if il in  to  be
retained, it will have to he done on the
Pacific and from  lhe  Pacific coast of
In Ihe.NorthwcM. and llritish Columbia the Empire possesses a country
of vaslextentnnd unrivalled resources.
It includes the finest cattlo ranges and
tha most fertile grain producing iand.i
in America. It has coal deposits of
unlimited extent, its mines produce
almost every mineral required for
human luxury or use, its forests are
immense in extent and value, itsclimate
is the kind under which the Anglo
.Saxon race flourishes most vigorously
and doe.-s its best work. It is the. ideal
land, in wliich agriculture and mami-
factuie should combine to supply the
wants of the teeming millions of the
Orient. Its hundreds of miles of coast
line abound with harbors of such
capacity and security, as if nature
herself had designed it to lie  the seat
espect in which the
United States holds, the slightest
natural ad.vantage'ih ' this contest for
the supremacy"i;f the Pacilic. The.
MuiiALP believes that taken item for
item" it would rather he found that
Canada is more richly endowed ine very
particuliir. The only point in wliich
wc are handicapped is in the matter of
11 i-> lhis deficiency which it is the
paramount duty of the hour for those,
to whom the destinies of the Empire
aro entrusted, to work with the
government of Canada to supply. Much
has been done by the Dominion. In
a very short, time there will
be a population of lOD.ODO
people settled and flourishing on the
rich grain growing lands of the
Saskatchewan valley alone. Population is streaming info Manitoba,
Assiniboia and Alberta, lu another ten
years the grain, whieh these proviiK.cs
produce, will be enormous. Elevators
already are going up by the score 'and
every year the preparations made by
the railway companies for handling if
are increased and are as constantly
outstripped by the harvest. The future outlet for this grain will be west,
not east.
But this is only one resource. If tha
western states cannot begin to compete with western Canada in .the
department of cereals, still less can
they shew anything to compare wilh
our oil fields! The' coal deposits of
Alberta and British Columbia are of
such immense extent and afl'oid such
a variety of coals for every purpose���
domestic, steam, coking���as ;to inevitably recall one of the chief material
sources cf England's groatness. Close
to the coal arc found the ores of almost
every staple metal known to commerce, iron, lead, copjier, silver, gold
and a score of others of less nnniversal
Combine these resources with a vast
extent   of   untouched   forests  and   a
coast  line,    the    most    broken    and
indented within the temperate zone of
the continent, containing not one but
scores   of   harbors,   in, which    whole
I fleets could anchor in safety and one
may well ask what more could  nature
have done to make the western portion
of the Dominion the seat   of  a  great
commercial and manufacturingpeople.
It is on the Pacific coast of .Canada
that a new Venice will arise  "to  hold
the gorgeous East  in  free."     It  is   in
this province that the future Jlirniing-
haniK and ShefTlelds Birkenheads and
Greenocks, Glasgows and   Liverpools
ofthe Empire  will   arise.     Here  and
not at Tion Tain or Wui-hai-wei is  the
real   Imperial   base  for  the control of
the P.ieiiic.    Here and not in Herat or
Cabul is the key of .India'.     Here  and
not on the bloodstained veldt of South
Africa is the question of the rise or fall
ofthe Empire   to   be   finally   settled.
Here and   nowhere   else   must   the
rulers   of   the   Empire   look  to make
good for the future  her supremacy  of
the wot I
Wr.u����liU>l> .UML.lIJJJ^aS3H��rST:iM.M_��*��
The Centre for all the Big* Free Milling- Gold-
Groups of Fish River, Fool Creek, Etc.
t.-. y
A Ten Stamp Mill and Diamond Drills, Etc., arc now o*i^ Uie. w,\y lo Goldfields ��� Tor.,tli.t** Northwestern Development Syndicate. Tliis means that Gold'fiSlds win he iho Big Town in
that District. ,���.-.-���;.*
Agents, Revelstoke.
R. F...PERRir,-''-;-''-
Resident Manager.'
j ...... i. j��na����ij_*-i..j..j^iu..t^i.��.i.
sa?gziang.agii5M-,.*y'. -ran-cima
JM. SCOTT   D  A., LL.15.
Barrister,      Solicitor,   Kotary    Public,  Etc.
Flrs-l Street, Kevelstoke.
Money tolotm,
Hamster.**, Solicitors, Etc.
Solicitors for Iinjieriiil Hank of Canada
Companv fumls to lonn at8 percent.
FmbT Stuf.kt, Kevelstoke B. tt.
*  S:20
IHST C.r.APS   ACUIJ.l!l!!i;i.VTII)X.
Brown Si. Giio.-isi, Props. f;.1 "'-���v]';
**.'..,  *.*    . 'i'
WINKS,   Mf.Ul.l5S  AND  CIClAItS :
Red Rose Decree roeon second nnd rourtl.
Tuesdays of each  month; While Hose Decree
meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hnll.   Visitlns brethren welcome
President. Hon. Secretary.
Komilnr meetings nre held  in thi
Oddfellow's Hnll on tho Third Fn*
dnv of ench month, Rt S p.m. sharp.
7t    Visiting brethren cordially invited
1(7? A. J UIXSOX. Vi. M.
Prenching service*! ill 11 a. in. nnd 7:30 p.m
riR-unePlini. i'.t the close of the mornine
CLrviVe Sabbath Pchool unrt Bible Clft-s at3:3u
Weekly Prayer Meeting every We'lno'-diiy
evenim?   al 7:?*0.   Thc    public   are   cordially
invited.   Scats free.
llev.C. Ladseh. Tnstor.
, Continae<l Irom Page3.
last season to come to out- assiUance
in this clirertion nntl I consider their
��ru-ii muni, ff.ii most generon�� _in this
respect and which re the Fetleral
hon-sc, but so far ive have not to
exceed $100.0.00 per yenr for five years
on'p g lead refined in CuiAila. Thin
s.rant was made ihirinfc the hislsession
of Liie Federal house, hut &o far we
havo not been able to earn .$1 of tht.*.
bounty, owing Lo thi: fact that we have
no refinery of any description in our
Dominion and onr bullion still passes
acros-i the line fur r<*fli.iii_., inb'tvL t "
liu-fje duty coining np.lin .imi we. in
thii fpvovinie, yiinply sil tij.lit .m.l <ln
iiothin^.  .
"The cost of 11 niiiilrrn refinery. I nm
led Lo believe after .lome iiiv**iti'^a! ion.
would not, exceed -S300.0'?). XVhy could
we not undertake neg<>li;ili��ii.�� with
the Federal unllini ities with a view to
ohlainin-z for our provincial treasury
this bounty, amounting in all to
$.V)0,0")0 and undertaking on our part
is a province to complete and oper.il*
a. r��Hnery tor the benefit of our own
people and institutions. If thi1? plan
can be cavriad out in connection with
a refinery and [our smelting industry
operated under government supervision we would *ocin *ee our position
improved as a province, our lead
industry Riven a new and prosperous
life and our peopl** benefitted by the
inaiiKiirat.ion of nn industry which
would be destined to piny a v��ry
impoilant part in tlie commercial and
permanent advancement of onr
country. I have much pleasure. Mr.
Speaker, in "econdiiiR the resolution of
the hon. member for Slocan and I
would iiirr I lie Roverninent ,to KO into
this rjuestion most seriously with all
reasonable despatch."
E'.'M n.m.. Holy Eucharist; 11 a.m., ma'Cas,
Litany nnd aernn.n (Holy Eucharin first Sun-
il��v In the inontli); i::i'i Sunday school, or
children''service; 7:30 Even��ong (choral) and
��� "rmon. Holy Di.js-The Holy Eucharist i.s
celebrated at 7 a.m. or S a.m., as nnnounccd.
Holv Baptism ufter Sundaybrnool at.1:1 j.
' c. A. I'i'.ocuNiEK, Rector.
cy.t���ice every Snndav at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.tji.
r�� hieh all nre welcome.     I'rayer meeting nt
every Wednesday.
I'.ev. W. C. Calder, Tastor.
Van   at 10:30 a. m ,   on   first,   iccoml  ami
fourth Snndavs in the month. 	
Meeting every night ln their  11*11 on Front
Viitj C!"anwl and Po.*Hired.
Third .-ireet.
P.oval School of Mln����, London.    J".ven yrars
at 'Morfa   Wr.rk',   fcxaliKja.      17    jcarrf   Chief
Chomi'l  to Wijjan llfiiil and  Iron Co.,   Kng,
I.at" fhcmiit and As-ayer, Hall Mine ., I.M.
ClainiH examined and reported upon.
Ferguson. B.C.
Runninit between / rru****Iii*ii.!, ThomionV.
LnnilineancI Cornnpllx, roinmt-nrinK October
Hth, l'JOl, will sail a-i iiillow, w^aihi**: permlt-
I.��nrinx Arrowlmnil for TliomMon's Lnnillngt
a ml Comaplix  twiculally���lUk. and 15k.
I,"avlnir Comaplix and riimn_uii'*i I.oridlrjj;
for Arrowhead twice daily   7*1*'il.-and U:l*>lc
Alakln? close connection*! ulih all C. I*. K.
Steamer*! and Trains.)
Theowners reserve Hie rljtiit to change times
ot naillnga without uotir...
The Fred Robinson Lumber^Co.,
,   K3>,   C3 ��5   fT��s   fj\"   flKV if^V
'liil4|l*S- &.
Cn&I i-i-j-.  rn k*i  kp >ri_  V*. 'ii ts:j��il. ���
*wr KB Ba,'
Wholesale  ind Retail Dealers""
FISH Am GAME IN SEASON..--   ** ������
Mnrl'fT-'fr-iKT'.'i .l_-��8.IU*a>jj-iSZ!l
gg-'' <'-������-���*��' ".'J. fi v. -Mr*******
LIMITED   .' .   -. '.. t���..,..LL...,~
���MINES BOUGHT-.AND:So��D''i.*-*?IM!
XVe hnvo jmi'olins.i.'i's I'm' .'ill lei 1 iris of metalliferous mines and pros-
pen's, nnd ill'si 1 -u to liu.-ir from prosjioclor.*; nnrl otliers having*property
i'or snlo. * : '     ���-���--������.-. -���
Our l'.'icilit ies for in-iking qnicl*. salus :ir<* mil*! vailed.  : -.
Solid us reports: nlso samples of ore for exhibition ut,oui' OJTlce.
P, O. Box 70 : '  * * . '    Nelson, B. C. t
7     :~'''\.-, "^ '    '-'. "��� 4'":. ���- .-'-;
II. fi. 1'AItSOS, l'loflilcnt. '    /' M~. J.'O'riBTKN', MnnaRlng Director
Limited I.iiiliility.   :..
Ki !1
! j
J' -,
���i ,
x r
Cairy ajlull and complete line of ���   "- ''
Scoich and Rye Whiskies, Boar, cl ies. Rums,
Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth -Gins,
, 1   ' . / - *   *'* '
�� Ports) Shcrics, Clarets, Champagne, Liquors
iriported and Domestic Cigars.
IH-H     11    IIHI III lll'"��i|im-l'l'HIIB
- 1
ACES and
.-��� m
A liuvc raiiKQiif J'f��!nt r.ncc,
Duchess o and liiUttMitnirp;
Jiriild.M, pLamped IjcsIkiis
S-'tiunpud LIiumis, Knibroidery
Ncuiliu**, liuoksi, &c.
Ufrlln find Zopliyr WooN, nil
^hrtll^���-, fillppiT f-olc**, Vnlcii-
���ciuiU'-L'S Luru, IiisOilIun.
Ei W. B. Paget, Prop.
* iZQ
Mason ^Uisch Piano
office 1 r
J. McLeod's Kecidenoe
Misses Sheppard & Bell ^
McKcn/ic Avenue      tieiii      r"'*
- w>
K^Jf'*'''+�����*.*i.*>,,*+.c**Jx^J1*. **>v/wy.-*v>*is��i/fc;i.-y
uvc, aeid in Llvtn I
Plea-'c ilnn'f try .-mil run ns
out nf t.iiv,". by s(;;idititr yonr
ordois i'.'i*?t. XVe. iii'.iat. liiivu
yonr work in ni'il'.-r lo livu.
Wt (li'jicinl 'in you for our
work ! Iia-ili'i'ii liou:-cs do
not! Do not allow yourself
to be roped iu by liwir jiod-
dlers "We. a.li.0 guaynntcc
to g'rve you bettor Kitisfac-'
tion for vour money.
���JR. S,  -wiLsoitsr.,  .
Next the McCarty Slock.
Prompt delivery of parcels, bae^age, etc
, ...       10 any part of .lilts city.,,.  __.   ,
Any Kind of Transferring
All orders left at R. M. Smythe's Tobacco
t��rc, or by Telcpliouc No. 7 will receive prompt
tion tion.     .      , .,        .-,.-.��*, ..-.*���-.��� _.��-���������.. i
J as ���; I.: Wb;odi|ow-
:  -> ���" ���:   1 -   . -5,..> If   ���   .
Ttt*S.itil t)e;ilor in���    ;\ '.' ,
"��� r "Beef.iFork: 7i
r     ".     *��� "     ii   ^  fj.   : * ti         <  -  '.-"
' v'Mutt'pn,;Kte, \
F*>.h otid Game ia Soasoa...'.   "
 AU^rders promptlyoflllei^, _,.
I i/>.  ���������*������������������������������S'it������������������K^������������������������������������������P������������9'. 9*^**������&*������*+lrt*+&&P*&*������*9'. V-ffi^ftf^J^.tt*******-***-.**,*  \  ltfOTK I  i'    to applv   to  ISTOTIOB  lhat*  "Thc Smelting Centre of the Similkamecn Valley. Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies and thc Copper and Kennedy'Mountain'Mines.  '     Surrounded by thc following resources:    Cord,  gold,  copper, silver and-a fine agricultural country.     Large herds of cattle, fruit in abiincU'.nce, wich  a climate  almost  southern  and all that could be asked.   '  AS11N0LA is <i\viiu<l.-uirl kicked by tlio payroll cil" the Siiiiilknmern Vi-.l'ey Conl Compiiny, Ud.,  whicli isaguiu'.uitiio itiitsfll'ofit*. suoci'sb .Tliu i-i.nipiii-.-nt mid dov.'hijimunt of their co.il mini's, ii_*.;iilhng  of water, electric light and power pl.mts arc already ari'.ingud for. Tliu dovelopinent iit thc A* innlii Coal  Company's mine- liv the E.istern Capitalists who have established tlii'ii- payroll ut ASHNOLA,   makes  it   Lhe  coming.cily.of the interior of 1:  n U.ipi  iritisli  Coluiiiliiu.  A City of Wonder,-.'Progress and Great Prosperity  Lots in Ashnola aro sure investments., -fit'Blocks 1 to t antl 13 to 20 the price will lie advanced 25c.  nn month until May 1st. 1002. and.to ten'per emit, in Lhe remainim? blocks, lhe ������������������ro.-eti., price is ironi ipM to  $225     Twentv-live per cent.' cns.li, throe, si.s and nir.f monthswithout interest.  Arrangements arc* .ilroady coiniileled lor Hight liuildii  tbe company at Ashnola    Thii work will lie unilei* full head wav  im-liidin*:  M.iv 1st.  cottages for the Employees of  quot  poi  n comnanv at Ashnola    This work will lie under full headway hy May l*������t.  *.  n company at ,ym^ ^ ^^.^ ^^ s)> ^ ^M ^ ,)M)I(,,a ,lm) mU,    t ,, et.,Us     p0(iay they are  otel at SS0 00     "With the advent of tr:m.-.poi*l'ilion,  SiinilUnineen   \ alley .Coal   ran   be delivCreil  al, any  int iu West Kootenav or Vale a������ cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  FO'ti. FURTHER' PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.  !  NI'LSON,  B. C.   9^>9W������������������9*9������������+.^������������*****A +0P****������***+������***-r****-**>  Kv*&&*4*4f*4e**'X*'*������****^^  Ivli iln\-niter ilnle I iiiti'iul  llu'* (Jlilel 1 iiiniiiis**iiiiii.i ot  I.iiiiilMiiiiI Units inr pei mis-inn to imri-lnisu  ���������UUiifii'snf land siiniiH'on tin* .N.intlu'iiM. Aim  of \rn,*A l.al.-e. in llio UistruM ni West Iwmlc-  nnv li C, mul described ns lollows:  ."onimeiielnn fioni S Vi. miner i.t I.n| nil,  llience-Norrli ii*-trom.iiiii'lll '2H clinnis; IImmii**.*  ������ m 1.11 eliaiti*.; tlienee -mull IW Hiiilns up-  liro-vlinatolv- tlienei* HO" clinnis Noilli-  i.>i-ii*i)\ 10 point ol eoinniencoiiieiil.  l*Iti:i>. ItOllINSON.  Ieli. ,'i-tf U. U..Si.i.m:, Ak<*  t.  tTOTIOB.      '  TAKK NOTICK Unit sKty .days after dale 1  inieiirl to appiv to llie (.'luff oininihsiiiiu'r  of Lands ami Hoiks loi i.eimission to pur  rliase 11 pareol of land deserllji'il as lollops:  Comincmjln;** at a posi marked Aliee 1-oin's  N'o. 1 I'nsij llience v. est -0 (hains; llience  Norl li mii-hniiis; tl>e:n*e Kast aii'liuiiis; tneuce  mhiiIi III cli'ims lo point of commencement.  1 tria iriii'tlon of lan'l eoniiiiences Nnrili of It.  r J'crrt's* pie-elTipiioii inlloulni. Mi-Keiiiiie's  .*>orlli-\'\ est Line, contiiinlii1' uuuiil bu lu-ri."**-  more or lean.  AUilF. I'l'itl'.Y.  Golillields, Nov. 27,10(11. Dee 1-Iin  J5TOTIOB  NOTICI*: is herein- kIvpii that HI days after  l*9il������te I intend to npplv to the I'hlct Coin-  inlsslimeruf Land*, nud Works for permission  to cul and carrv tiwiiv I hn her from tin- lullou-  lnp descril].*il land-:���������Cniniiiencini; at a po-t  nt thn -south-Hi**! ciii-nei* of linger l*'. I'errj's  nrc-enii.lion, iirirl.id "Sniitlii'ii-I eornn* of  tlinl.er liniii applied for-li\ 1". .1. .iolilsmltli";  tlienee wesi III chains; iheneenorth 11.0 ehalns;  ihence ea-l Id chains m I ish Creek; llience  following tlii-iiUMiiilvrlnii*. of Fish Creek ICO  cluiin^ tn puivit of cniniiieiieeineiiL; eontalniug  r.Ui acres, mon or lpfc**;.  F.J.OOI.nsMtTII,  Tlioinson's I.iuullnjj, October ldtli. l'JUl.  IsTOTIOB.  t& THE TOWNSITE OF  ���������.������. -!J������ r ...''.''. * -->"-' * ''tf.i  ���������*>i*.*-*��������� ' -.yuii - ���������*���������*..r.;.*s  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  ���������r~"  j-.-'.l-L :,iii .-  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is. the-Terminus'   of ��������� the ; proposed "-Railway   already "surveyed.  -  "��������� ' "'    ' via'the Lardeau* Creek with  fork to'that "point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of  thc Lardeau Pass,  Galena-  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  Development.        . ... ��������� *��������� '��������� I  TAKE NOTICI". that cn days nfter ilnle I  liuent! to applv to the Chief (jomiulsslniier of  Lands anil Works for permission to purchase  the followiiiu described land*,:  CoiiiineucinL' ata post marked "ll MeAilanis'  o. 1 l'ost," situate close lo (lie old line or  Mill A: T'.raulford's pre-emption, Kisli Creek,  theme uoilh 10 chains, tlicnce west ai chains,  tlicnce south 10 chains, thence cast 20 chains  to poinl nf commencement.  Goldiields, Jan. ISth. 190J.  *- E. McAdam.  *. .{.-M,**** ���������l"l**i"M****H***J******'*1* |  | PELLEVMJARVEY, ' '; -        If  5 BP.YAHT & CiLMAN  |VA  Mining ICng-ineerS'"'  and Assayers,*-.*  NCOUVBK, ll.o'.'      Eslnlillslicd 1S90  I  ASSAY WORK CF AU. 15ESC51IPTIONS  UHOilKTAKEN. ,  -; T.-sf-i made up In "1,0(111 lbs.  K      A spccinit\ made ol eheuliin** ^nieller    (���������)  J. 1'ulps.  -'     Miinples finni Ihejnteiior hv mail or  ;j cspless pn.ui|itl\* attended to.  ;s      i'niiesp(.iiileiicef.olieIteii.j  VANCOUVER,' B. C.  t  *********.!.****************  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WIHESf~LiQUORS, CIGARS  Large, .Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rale. ,  LEAD SMELTER  J. Albert Stone  Prop.  Wright Porritt  Th to lie fminil nt liis Vho-  lojrriiphic Sliiulio in tliu  'P.'ipiiing Block cluily dtii'-  ipfr oltlue houi'.**,.  NOTICE.  -TAKE   NOTICE   that Co   fla.s   after  late I  intend to applv to the Chief Corumihsioncr  of Lands and \\ orks for permission to cutand  carrv awav limber from the folloMin^ dos-  crilii-d lands:  Coininencing at a l ost niarkod iroger 1 .  I'eiTV.s southeast corner postsliuate about '200  feet from Scott Creek, thence west *lu ehaiiib;  thencu noi lh 160 chains; thenceoast *10 r-niilns;  thence soutli K.O chains, to the place ol com*  meucement: contaitiini: 0.0 iicres.  itOUEIt lr. I'ERKY.  Goldfields. B. C, Oct 17i.li, 1001.      Kov. G-tf.  IsTOTIOB  Kevelstoke, B. C.  ���������~ -i- iWhich will be utilized next Season by'Concentrating Plants.  V*5"*'i" r������r;\-;J,,t  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT, ,-  .3J!erguson,  B O  IK TIIE  COliNTY   . OL'UT  OE   1COOTEN-.VY,  IIOLOEN- AT HEYELSTOKE.  lii.T\n-i..S':���������  Itobert Caley. of Kevelstoke, B.C., pUiutiif.  and  X. Uaikell, of l'.e\elstoke defendnnl.  To X. Haskell the  aboie, named defendant:���������  TAKE NOTICE that a default summons anil  plaint have been 1 sued oul of tins Court  against vou in an action against you 1>> Uoberl  calev, of I!e\el-toker H.<; .toreco\er ihesum  of fl'OWl for board  ni'd IciIkI'.'.c  luiished   to  you bv the above nanjed  plaintiff, and that in  nursu'anee of an order of His Hon. J. A. Form,  Judeeof tins Court, jou  are required  within  H da*,s from the publication of,this notice in  lhe llnvKU-TOK.. UriiAl.n, newspaper, to file your  dispute note, lf.anv, -v. ith tlie Kcfistrar ol this  Court a! Kevelstoke, otherwise judgment will  be entered aj-nlnst you.'  timed Ihi*. Cth March,,. .1)., 1'.'02.    '    ���������  FKKH. KKASEU,  ���������  l'.e^istrar of the ;ounty Court.   .  . --  '-        NOTICE,   //y-  Eiit-jneei'*?. Fii-einen. iMiii'liinisls  and  Electi'iL'i.'ins semi foi*-10 pn&e. pamphlet  coutiiiniiig   qucstinns   askedfl"hy  .Ex  uiui Bo.irtl of EiiRinPPrs  fo olitiiiii  'iiiiiniiijj;  EiiRiiieeii: license.  Zeller. TJuliliphi**!*.  Louis. Mi>., U.S.A.  Address Geo.--A.  IS   8.  ith St..   St.  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE". "���������'���������  Why poison your systems  using'Condensed Milk, done  up in old rusty tin' cans?  when you can buy'pure   '  SALftlOH A.i.vl ftiSLK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  3S  Agents  Wanted!!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To, represent the old reliable  London* k Jjiiiitiishirc Tjifi**.  The Oluklren's ISndowinent,  mul ten payment bond policies,  etc. -   , _  Most parents are willinp; lo  c;ive their boys a start in life  by taking an endowment made  p.iynble at age 80, paying, thu  pi cmium until the boy ' is' able  to cairy it himself.  Mr. Taylor, resuming the debate on  - -     *   *  Mr.   (irecti's   resolution regarding the  establishment of a lead smelter, said*.  "As seconder of the resolution now  under debate I would like to add a few  words, in corroboiutioii of what haa  been already stated by the mover of'  thi**, resolution. That the r_ue&tion of  economical lead smelting and refining  is a most 'serious "one goes without  saying. Thnt the question of govern-  monl aid or control in this direction is  nne well worthy of every consideration  is uNo unquestionable. This matter  was In ought, up beforo this llonie at  t lie last session of the legislature by  the member for Slocan and myself anrl  wo were promised by the government  that the whole tpiestioii would lie fully  gone into, iind I hope tlie'government  will have Millieient data and evidence  he lore, tlieni now to take this- question  up in a most caicful and serious manner.  "It is most unfortunate that the product of our lead mines for the past year  shows a decrease in tonnage over the  output of 1000   notwithstanding "that  o'tlicr minerals show a considerable  > ,- **  uicrease, particularly cr.pper, thc gross  value of which has iucieased during  1001 by 200 per. cent over 1000.    This  .decrease in the lead product is due to  the fact principally of   the   low   price  .obtainable in   this   province ��������� for  our  lead,   which-  precludes _ this* class  of  mining      altogether      unless     when  accompanied by   good   silver   values,  and it is  most, discouraging   to -note  .that whilo lead  is quoted on the "N'ew  Ynvk market at $i.l0 per 100 pounds,  the price paid us here is .o������ly ������1.50 jier  100 pounds.    Tt is therefore the   duty  of the government   to   look   into   the  eaut-es which place I our ".lead   product  in this unenviable position andattenipt  to devise some scheme for the encouragement of our leac producers, which  will bring into active   life   again   this  fast decaying industry.  "The' whole ' system"*" of   smelting.  ; * - .  '  particularly load and silver smelting,  is a huge system of graft. .We heard  last vear of the" formation [of a   trust  .JKoptenay* _ ^ ^ ,  ''intenigencelfj-ofn ;th  3 Rivei' and froni the  ; in the immediate acti  te^^-j;*^^^^^ ' of North;  .Particular attention is "aid. to  securing early; and  reliable  :-a .2... _ -o. -.      .      ri*. .v   ,Jf_\ __i^rn-^i.' -*r:i.:.-.���������*r",.l/l f1..T,,������-������g   oil ''ElSU.  i strict.  -Aliieifc-  "i'CanyonT Jordan Pass and .Isaac, .Creek..-, Next,, season  will  witness a big'  'revival of ccrtaintv throughout North'Kootenay,   and mining  men  and  ''otters"desirous of gaining the earliest and most-authontic-iiows from.-the ,  district' will   find the columns of th-s  HKRALD .their best source   of:  information. ->/  ������������������."r^  -  -, *    *.- ,        r  *     '       "Railway Sew* is also' a Specially of the.IJERAT.T) and juticles of  spikial'interest'to^Riul^ayinen will also be fouiiil in its co.umus., (     ,  lid  *    THE HERALD oilers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  ��������� nnd the class of read6rs, which it reaches." unparalleled*in the ili������tvict. - lr.~-  appeafs twice to anv other paper's once a. .week andis.foundjn the homes  of the wage-earning classc*., the backbone of thojiusines-s of the district.  Bu������\nesamen want their announcements to reach' the .home people.who  have tbe money to take advantage of their offers  and t the homes and  familiei. which render it necessary for thorn to spend it.' -No other cla*,s of!  ' circulation is of any use'to theiii.   These are the kind of people who make  ' up ar big proportion of-our  Subscribers,,  people ."with   homes,   familie.*-.-  empioyment'and interests right at home,  the people Revelstoke  merch-  ' anUwaiif to get at.    A- space in oiir advertising columns; judiciously'.lnd  r thoroughly utilized.constitutes aTwIcc A;Week letter to; every; homo, in  RoveHtoko,*and in the Rkilway' ai.d*Mining:points,-..tributary to.Rev  ���������toke businees,   - rj    . ,     *���������        ,.     %-; ���������   * ',      -, - ; i _  Certificate of Improvements.  '1TOTIGE  Morninji ctnr, WnlrusSun Lion and J^onnnza  Mineral i; I aims *-HuiUe in the J-ardeau Mining  Pivi������-um of V������ en Kooienft\ District Wliere  lncAtcU : On Mcnhcnicic' Creek, near 1'isli  Ki������er.  TAKJ: XOTrn: tlint 1,1*. C. Green, actiiiK n������  iigcm for AntfUb ..Io!Ca\, P. M. C. U 32005, and  J. H McKon/k, Kr^e M'nur'h Certificate No  HoJOJj, inielH. M\t> da\afroin the date hereof,  tn apidy toihuMinui{i Keeorder for crtihctiiei  of Iin)*ro\emem<=. for tlie \mi po'-e of obtaining  Grown orants of theabo\echums*.  And further take notice thai action, under  -ection  ������7, imi[-t,   he   coininenced   before   t  o  issuance of such Certilirutusof Improvements  , Dated this first day of March, 1P02, A.D.  r.C. GUEhN.  ])er V. ������>. C.   r^=_���������s_���������^_ -s-NclsonrB O-���������  Certificate of Improvements.  OSTOTiaiEJ  TAKE 'NOTICi; tlmt LO dnys niter dntc J  intend to npplv to the chief <"oiiimis*>Ioi]er ol  Lnnds anil workb Ior i.crni!*-**ioii lo puruliniic n  piece ol lnnd deserihed as follovis :  Comnieneing'nt n posi nmrfccil F.J ��������� old-  smith's Xo 1 post, llieiu'o south -10 ehnins;  thence uiist*!U ehnins ; iheni-e north lOchnins;  iliciiuo ������cst 111 *li!itn*i. to point ol eoiinne'.K'C-  meiii���������1CU ncres more or le-s This lnnd wns  nuked l>v J. M MeKeii/.ie-lttsl.Jmie. Iln- n  pnri-hnsc'.'No. I po-t nbont 100 feet from Cold-  lliicli trnil nnd nbont -inl feci up lull, tin' en*-t  line following Tisli Khor.  Located Tcbrnarv 20, 1902."  F. J. GOLDSMITH,  Ool'ihclils. B. 0.  '���������   , GEO. D. SCOTT,   ...  Malinger for B.C.���������NoiLhwest.���������-.Yukon  Vancouver, ,B. C,   ,  Express Delivery  All orders ' left at W.'M.  Lawrence's .will be promptly  attended to:    - ' -' " -  . :H,   Cook- .it  isroTxaxv.  i-el-  OIW  3STOTIOE1  renlre Star nnd livening Star ���������Minnnil  Cluiin-*,-itnniein the 1 iirdcnti Mining l>i\ i-ion  of V.'o.-������t Kooiena> District. Where localed :  Un . eiiheniek creek, nenr I'i'ih itiver.  TAKE NOTICI: tlmt-f, r C. Green, 'iciing ns  npentfor J. U. McKenzie, J.'ree Miner'- Certifl-  cnte Xo. R f/iili",. intend. si*-.tv dn\s from llie  Unte hereof, to apply to lhc ilinins Uecorder  urC'ertiticules of Improveinenls. lor the purpose of obtaining Crown Grunts of the nbove  Cl.'llllls.  nd  further take notice tlmt nction, nnilfr  *:i.,.|i(in 37, iiin-i he   ciiinnicni'Od   before   lhe  t*.-iinii(Cof siu-li Ceriitlcmus of Iinpriiveincnl-.  Dated tins jlr'tilny ol March KOi, A. I).  F. com: -V,  per F. S C ,  Nelson. D.C.  NOTICK TS in:HEI_. GIVES Hint SO dnys  niter dntc, I Intend to make application to the  Honorable llie Chief coinmlssioner ,of Lauds  and Works for a special licence to fell and  curry n������iiv timber from the following described lands:. * . ... .  No. 1. '   "  Commencing at a post planted nbont iiO  chains north of St. Leon Hot Springs on the  Arrow Lakes axd marked J. T, BOiith net coiner, thence ea-,1 100 ...nuns ; thence norl Ii *H)  ehnins ; tlicnce-.vest 100 chains ; thence sonili  10 chains lo place of commencement.  No. 2. -.-������������������-  Commciicing nt a post planted ajiout 3"milcs  -"uulh-finiii lliiy-jnuiilli of-Dcop rreetat Onlcr.n  Bay, Arrow Lakes, marked S. VL nndr .being  about 0 t, hains ensi ol T.H.I) 's south-west corner posi: tlicnce wcstSO clniins ; thence soutli  60 chains ; thence cast So chains ; tlieueeuortli  SO clmins to place of commencement.       "*  Kelson, B.C., MUrcliRrd, 1002.": .      , *., .,."-,  .   JAM 1.3 A". TAYLOR,     -  '  ~"     -      ��������� ' i  ���������     ,   _    Arrowhead. :���������  Certificate' of: Impveroments.  liTOTIOE  Write for our inlciustitig books " Inventor's Help" and " How you are swindled."  Send vi>* a rough sketch 01 model of >our in-,  vention orjirtprovemenl and wewiirtellyoui  free our opinion ns lo whether it is probably]  patentable. Rejected applications haveoftcn^  been successfully piosecuted by us. Wcj  conduct" ful ly'equipped' oflices'iu^Montrenli  and W\i*-liinylon ; thistpialifies us to prompt-i  ���������lly-dispatch-woi^ and quickly secure-Patents]  4 n^t bro i d as thc in cent ion.- Highest references]  furnished."      ' ���������" *, '  . Patent-, proem cd-through Marion & Marion receive special notice without charge in,  over ioo newspapers distributed throughout,  the Dominion. , -    j , -, -    * ,  Spcclulty:���������Patent business of-Mamifae-*,  turersaiul lingitieers....������ ,      _      . ;  . MARION* '& MARION!'.'  . Patent Expct-ti and Solicitors. .  ?A._icai* / New York Life tfWe.nontrcri?  ^|^c'1-   t   Atlantic BldcWashtnuton ^C^  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  ���������--      - Is the-completed in* the- district- for appliai.cos,   inatewiil and  OrafUmen.    Our   work  speaks   for   itself.    No  other   office   m >*urJi  = KTOfcenaycaiTtouch it, because we not only havo the  tools to do good  wOTtwith.- but'we know howto use them.    Cull ami sue our Samples .  Voii will pwhaps be Burprised to sec the artistic and lnii*,__ed cUias of w,  ' which we can turn out. -..Prices graded do  and  ork  jwn to suit tlio times.  Red Fov i.ml !5Ii!r<? Minernl rlftini0, *.itun(c  i*i llu' Liir.Jean Minsiii; liivi-lon of W csi l*.o������ti_'-  iiftv ln-lriit. Where located : On Muiih(.'itii'k  Creek  neur Fi-h Hher.  TiKKXOTK'K tlint I, r. 0 r.rcon. iictliu: n*.  niiont lur Ancil*. Mi'Kny. I'rco Miiiur'* Cernii-  ORtr No. BSjuO*-. jinenil, -ixty <1'*.\'' '-*���������������"������ ili������  tl.it<* l-.ercol, io nj.plv'lio llie .Milling'Reorder  for Certinef.te- of ImprDverneni*. for *"'<= VX'r-  pci'eofobift'.ulni: t ro-.-.n Gniuis of tlie nbove  clclins,  And rnrtlier tnke'noilre that n<*tlon. under  -ei'tion ST. must bo commenced bclore the  i***,uftneeof-.ucli Cerlilicniosiof Irniiroieiiient",  Patt'l this first dav of Mnrel), 1002, A. I).  r. C. GREr.N',  per F. d C ,  .VcKon, n. C.  liuttc. Pilver How nml lilack Dinnioiid  Minernl Clniins, s unite lu tlicLiirileaii'Mlnlng  DIvNIon of Wc-t    ooldinj* I'lstrlot.  Where .'.orntod: Senr.thc Ilund of l.exini;-  lon Creek, n lributnr> uf 1'isli Creek.  TA li NO'IICC Hint I. A." 1'.'Cuminlni, a*.  A(-*i*nt for llio Double ICiikIii MiniiiK nud Iie-  lelopmeut Coinpniiy. I iuiiii'd, of I*'eri;usnn,  DC, Iree Miner's Certlllente N'o. :U,sr>l,  intend, si*ctv davs from llie dntc hereof, to  >.iit>lv tn tlie" inlni; l'e< order for n Cerlilicale  nf liiipro\cin<*nls, Ior llie purpose ol obtaining  n Ciown Gnun of tlio nboveeliuui.  And i urtlier Take    otice that nction, undo  f-celion H7,   vim   be   coniinenecd   before the  lisbanee ol moll Ccrtiliciite ol Improvements  Dated lhis twenty-third dnyol January, A.I).  190.'. |  A.T. CUMMISS.T.L.S.  Tel). 5���������tf  8U������8CRIPTI0>W������RiCEs$2 PER YEAR, IH ADVANCE.;  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,    IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE'MINERAL CLAIMS.  S'.Tl'*.Ti: IN" TIIK Iir.Vhl-STO K JIISIXC  Ii,vi*-ion o������ Webt Kootenny DUtrict.  iMure I-ociilnti On Ke-***tone ilountnln,  Bic Rc-nd.Sik'r.r Downie Creek.  TiKK SOl'ICr; that 1, G**o S. McCnrler  netinj: a* agen: for .1 II. Graham. Free Miner's  CVr:i!ic.-.te No. ll. 3724 and for W. II. Vicker**.  Ftco Miner*- Ccrtihcitc No. G0521, Intend CO  di\>.-from the dntc hereof to npplv to the  Minl'.ic Uecorder Ior Ccrii'.icatcs ot "Improve-  ineiitt for il.e pari o**e of oblaimnu' *L"ro������n  OrAiits of the above claims.  AM) FfPTUEU TAKK XOTK'E Hint r.ction  under Section 37, mutt be commenced b'*fore  ifci* i������*uance ol such Certificate of Impro%c*  ments.  Dated this 10th day of February. A D 19M.  Feb lMf G������o. 8. McCartor.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The   choice   land   noith   of  track,  between TnppiiiK's and J.ong's, will  be  subdivided for tale as,soon ns   ,  possible.  G.WI. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B.C  P. O.Ilox. 'I2o.  ������!������������S'������'S,'������(������(S  $^ UNSOW *^8  Cigar  Factory  REVELSTOKK,   H.C.  r  i-..  from'lhc  ���������'Printers"-"  ���������of'.  ,���������Fine   '  - ���������  ���������Office ���������  ' "    ���������Stationery.  ���������Including  letter jheads  -envelopes'  STATEMENTS   i   .  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS1  SHIPPINGS-TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRIMT-1MC   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  "* ��������� FRONT STREET."'  known as thc American Smelting k  Ilcfininj_;Tiii!>ll which it was stated  was originated for the purpose of  regulating tlie price of lead in ' the  markets of the world, which, at once  refused to accept the product of our -  lead mines except on conditions which  placed our mines on a most unfavorable hasis iu comparison with mine*  operating" on the other side of the line,  and which "practically prevented our  mines from operating at all. A few of  the smelters, however, on the other  side, ��������� such as "the "Selby, of San  Francisco, and tha Everett smelterand  others, as well as our own smelters in  British'Coluinbia, were not included in  this combine, but the position  is now  the same as if they, had joined forces,  for. wa find that it-costs-us now  just  the same to send our lead" ores   to tha  San Francisco smelter and-treat them  that it docs to Trail, British Columbia,  notwithstanding that it eosts* us only  $2 per, ton freight   to   Trail,   whereas  the freight to San Francisco is in   the  neighborhood of SO per ton,   so   it   is  qnilc evident"that  instead   of  having  one combine w.e have two,  each  one  together    with     thc,   transportation  coinpinics endeavoring to fleece our  mine operation*! to the extreme limit.  ���������'As to the question of refineries  we  are in 'a still worse position;'as all our  lead bullion after smelting goes to New  Jersey or elsewheio to the south of us  for refining and  manufacturing   into  pig lead; white "leads, red lead*,  litharge, etc.,"and is subject to a duty of  K cents per pound,  going across ibe  line in its raw shape and is subject to  another duly  when  coming into this  country   again as   the   manufactured  article..   It appears to me that a splendid opportunity presents itself for the  establishment   on   our   own   side of t\  refinery for the treatment of our owu  lead ores .tnd which would result also  in bringing into life  an   industry  for  th������* manufacturing of our lead product.  Tne    Dominion      government     was  induced through  the   representations  made by a delegation of mine owner**  Continued on Page 7. MISTAKES  May In* made in wearing  Chest Protectors  But yum* greatest mistake will  he Hindi' In uot wearing one.  Th������������y are a great preventative  of cnld and nobody should he.  without one when they can  get them so cheap at the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CD.'Y.  All Sizes and Prices.  Sm- them in our window.  NOTES OF  NEWS  ���������Fresh Groceries at "A.  N. Smith's.  Mrs. E. Dupont and family have  left town for Kamloops.  Mn. l'hipps and family returned to  lown on Monday morning.  Mrs, Geo. I^ifonne, returned home  from the coast yeslerd-ty morning.  ���������Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  Geo. S, MeCarter returned from the  const nn Tuesday inoriiing.  - A carload of groceries unloading  ������������������it the wh rehouse of 0. B. Hume & Co.  E. A. Brndloy arid Chas. Richards  left for the Blue Jay this morning.  Dr. Corrigan, dentist, will lie found  in his ottlce in the Brown block for the  next couple of weeks.  ���������Hats! Hats!! Hats!!!���������the very  In test styles,-at popular prices at C. B.  Muiiie k Co.'s.  D. 1<\ Cameron aud W. Butler of the  Goldfinch, near Goldfields were in town  yesterday.  One of the employes of D. L. Clink's  sawmill at Trout Lake City has been  quarantined for smallpox.  ' ���������One. second hand high grade  bicycle for sale cheap at Brown's  tebacco store.  Kxtension of time for a month from  April 30th to May 31st has been  grunted the contractors on the hospital.  ���������The largest and beat selected stock  from Winnipeg to Vancouver. See  Cressman's $5.00 trousers made t������  order.  Miss Ruth Valentyne, of the Canirda  Drug k Book Co.'s store is away on a  visit to friends at Thomson's Landing.  A. E. Clarke received word on Saturday of the death of Mrs. Buker's  brother. George Clarke in "Woodstock,  S.B.  The Mayor is calling a, p\iblic meet-  ingfor to night at 8 o'clock in No. 2  lire hall to arrange for the celebration  of Coronation Day in Revelstoke.  ���������A consignment ' of drygoods  including flatinels and flannelettes,  table linens and hokiery at C. B.  Hume k Co's.  A pleasant evening was spent last  night by those who attended the social  giveii by the Epworth League in the  Methodist church.  Miss Macleod. superintendent of  the Victorian Order of Nurses, is  expected out in the province on her  annual tour of inspection shortly.  ���������Dog tags can now be obtained from  - the chief of police, price $2.   All dogs  that   want   to   live   must   be   tagged  immediately.  D. C. Carrall of the Eva. mine.  Camborne, who has been laid up with  pneumonia at the City is up today and  on the way to a complete recovery.  The arm of Foote   &  Abrahamson,  contractors, are putting up a store on  ���������McKenzie Ave., ou a lot belonging to  Chas. MacDonald,  next the Imperial  bank lots.  ���������No danger of contracting a loathsome disease smokiDg Union Cigar  "Factory Cigars. They are made by  CLEAN WHITE UNION LABOR.  --^Mr.-W^M-Brown-and-'MrsT^Gtienn  are leaving on Saturday night on a  visit to Mr. Geo. Brown, Mrs. Guerin's  father, who lives at Eagle Point,  Southern Oregon. Mr. Brown has not-  paid his brother a visit since '75.  The wound caused by a sliver off  the bar room floor is still giving J.  Cayley of the City a good deal of pain.  The wood has all been extracted hut  it is feared some poisonous ^substance  off the floor entered the foot with it.  ���������All the delicate aroma of the  finest imported tobaccos in Union  Cigar Factory Goods.   Try them.  T. E Wilson, the well known Banff  guide and explored U jn town today.  He expects to see the record for a big  tourist season broken this year. He  had had inquiries from Philadelphia  with regard to the Revelstoke ho������t on  the upper- river.  -PAINTER W^NTED-Must be  first class. Highest-wages paid. Apply  to \V. G. Birney.  The performance of E*ither was  repeated on Monday night in the opera  house for the benefit of the director,  -Mr. .fas. Taylor. There was a good  house and the rendering of the cantata  was even better than at the previous  performance.  The McMahon Bros, shingle mill ii a  busy spot these days. A large party  of men and o^veral teams are engaged  in hauling the company's logs "out of  the river and piling them on thr hank.  InBide the building the work of put-  ting upthe |machineryisgoipg forward.  "n������m������ on ivtnv pirei."  Chocolates  Wc have lately imported ^  the choicest varieties of (  the above in bulk, aiul '  are selling at .  ?5c per 16.  Highest Award  at the World's Fair.  Red Cross  2^mwmw??ro?ttmmmwmwmmt**  g;Taylor & George  Beg to call your attention to the fact   that ,  they   have just  received  and opened up a  splendid shipment of  | New T)tcy Goods!  This shipment is imported direct from Scotland. We have saved the middleman's  profit and wish to give you thc benefit of it.  Not only are the prices more reasonable, but  the goods are better.  These New Spring Goods consist of  Dress Goods, Silks, Muslins, Satins,  Organdies, Pique, Veilings, Duck, etc.  We invite you to ,,-cpme in and inspect  them.  a-EifrE*ELA.Xj ^aiEK/T3:A3sra?s.  ���������Drugstore  &  m&mmm  CORRESPONDENCE.  Totheeditcr:  Mr. Editor: Please allow me space  through the columns of yonr valuable  paper to add re comment on thc opera  house in the Kootenay Mail under  date of April 11th. Why not the Mail  man send to Wisconsin for an architect, as the Revelstoke and Golden  carpenters are not apparently supposed  lo know anything.  A Buii.deh.  Last Payment on the Eva.  The final payment on the Eva and  Highland Mary claims at Goldfields  was made yesterday by the Imperial  Development Syndicate to A.F. Rosenberger, the amount being $8,000. This  property was located-two years ago  and development hns been prosecuted  on ic since with very encouraging  results. The company has 12 men at.  work at present, and at the annual  meeting ot the directors held in February it was announced in the manager's report that the pioperty was in  a most satisfactory condition. , The  group is now entirely paid for with  the exception of a small payment tu he  made on the Cholln claim.  .35"-  ������z  CALL AND  INSPECT   THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT OF  LAMPS  of all kinds  and  Crockery  just opened up.  ������The "EMPRESS"  Shoe  Don' forget that we carry  the  reliable  Empress Shoe for Ladies.  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.  ������E    TAYLOR & GEORGE  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To  hutiumimumimiiuiimiiiiiu  A"set of  CUPS AND SAUCERS.  from   the   Foley  factory  ln  England, will suit you.  SKATES.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  BOURNE  Q-EIEriElIE-i.A.Xj   IsdZEE.O'HIA.lNr'TS.'  Machinery for Goldfields.  The second lot of machinery to be  used on the Camborne group at Gold-  fields was cleared tbrnugh the Nelson  custom houseyesterday. The shipment  consisted of water'wheel, dynamo and  machine drills, and was forwarded on  to Arrowhead the same evening en  route for tho miue.���������Nelson Miner.  NOTICE.  Regular meeting of L. O. L. 1058, on  Friday evening. Initiation and degrees  work. All members are requested to  attend and visiting brethren specially  welcomed.  E. MOSCROP . . .  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot Water  And Steam Heating, Gas  Fitting-  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  learanoe Sale  FURNITURE GOODS must, be sold  nt cost in order to make room for  another large car of Furniture, which  will be here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrange to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y,  ������������������������������������������������������@������������������������������������������������������#������������$a<  Strongest In the World."  fflf EQUITABLE UK ASSURANCE SOCIETY  & 1*  T TT A ���������VTP. TT T                                    llll���������  The largest stock  of the latest, WATCHES,  Tfi������~ ?"  CLOCKS,   RINGS,   SILVER WARE,    CUT  /"YflWl  GLASS,  FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  ij4.iiSli['  -.    My many years' experience enables'me to buy   '  (|vS|mJk\  .goods   at the   right  prices,   enabling  me  to  /3wi2s>  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  fTT   Jy^i  JT.   G-TJ-Y-  BARBBE/.  I        \  WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.  ^���������^)^^(|^(^)^al^a)(^_i)*^S(^)^P^__!.^P (|_������y(s_l2)(|^(!_ff)  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.  -To-.Tohn-T-.-Moorc-or-'.o-aa;cr.8-lo-*srhon_-he-  " may hare transferred his Interests in lhe  Gllman Fractional mineral claim, situate  in the I-ardeau Mining Division.  You are hereby notified thai I expended tne  sum or one hundred and   seven   dollar-,   and  tlfty cents (H07.50) in ltibor and  money on the  beforementioned  mineral claim, in order to  hold said mineral claim under Section 24 of the  Mineral Act; and it within ninety days  (S<0)  from thedate of this notice, you fail to contribute your proportion ol such expenditure,  together   witn all costs  of advertising, y-ur  interest in said mineral claim will become the  property ol the nndcrsignod, under Section 4  o. an Act  entitled"   An   Act   to   amend the  Mineral Act, 1900."  Dated  at'comapll:., n. c.,  this loth day  ol  April, A. D��������� 1002.  J03EPH  BEST,  Co-OWner.  A-G-is-xsrrrs .Fors.  Real Estate  FINANCIAL-S  Insurance  COAL FOR SALE,  C. P. R. TOWNSITE,  MARA TOWNSITE.  GERRARD TOWNSITE.  CAMBORNE TOWNSITE,  Canada. Permanent <5i Western  Canada Mortgage Corporation.  Equitable Savings Loan and Building Association.  ("Imperial' Fire.      Caledonian Fire.  Atlas Fire.  I Canadian Fire.   Mercantile Fire.    Northern Fire.  -J Guardian-Fire.   Manchester Fire.   Great West Life.  | Ocean, Accident and Guarantee- Confederation Life  : {.Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Public.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  CHAS. M. FIELD  Corporation of the City of  Revelstoke.  Bargains in Boy's Suits.  ���������150 Boy's Suits���������the latest and  most stylish on' the market. These  suits will be offered at prices that' will  gti.i ran tee a ready sale. Come in and  inspect the slock at C. B.   Hume be  Cn.V.  SPRING  TONICS  Or Tone-Ups- '���������***������"  To impart tone to , the system  and dispel that languid feeling  common in Spring.  BLOOD PURIFIERS.  NERVE TONICS.  8ARSAPARIILAS.  Liver and Kidney Medicines to  suit all classes and conditions.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  Druggl-it ami'Stationer.  . Bconn liloi.'-k, ' Telephone!*.  By-Law Number  A Bylaw to Raise the Sum of  S7,000 for Street Purposes  and Sidewalk*.  WHEREAS It In deemed expedient to improve certain *.treet.i In the City of Kevelsuikt  by grading, -travelling and ditching the sitma  anil to construct sidewalks In and along certain of the street*!ol the laid city;  AND WHEREAS It is expedient to borrow  the sum of Seven Thousand Uollars for the  purposes aloresaid;  ,* SD WHEREAS the whole amount of  rateable real property of the >afd city,  according to the last revised assessmciit  roll Is Six Hundred and Kilty-three Thousand  Two Hundred and Seventy-one Dollars;  AND WHERE *3 it *vill be requisite to ralsa.  annually byspecia1 rate sufficient therefor the  sum of Five Hundred and Forty-two Dollars  and one cent for paying the said debt and  interest thereon;  NOW THEREFORE, the Municipal Council  ol the Corporation ol the City of Revelstoke  enacts as follow.*!'.  1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of lhe  Corporation of the City of I'.evelstolcc to  borrow upon the credit of the said Corporation by way of debentures hereinafter  mentioned from any person, persons, firm  body or bodi-s corporate, who may be willing  to advanct*. lha nan*.*" as a loan, a sum of money  not exceeding in the whojd thi* sum of .Heven  Thonsann'Doilars to ean������e"������|l miih sums so  raised or received to be paid into the hand-i of  tho Treasurer of the Corporation /or the  purposes and with the objects hereinbefore  recited.  2. It shall he lawful for the Mayor nf the  said Corporation to cimse any number nf  debentures to be made, executed nnd ixmic'l  for such sum or sums as may be rer-uirril for  the purpose and object aforesaid,  not p*cri������ed  . ..... ���������#   o "lousani!  of   the  interest and the signature to the interest  couponB may be either written,printed, stamped qiMlt^g������pJicd;j__;i_^__^_^_^i^__;______  4- Thc said debentures shall bear interest at  live per centum per annum from the date  thereof, which interest shall be payable  semi-af nually at the ofllee of thc Molsons  Dank, in Revelstoke aforesaid, in lawful  money ot Canada, on the 10th day of May and  15th day of November respectively in each and  every year durint! the currency thereof, and  itshall be expressed in said debentures and  coupons to be so payable.  5. Itshall be lawful for thc Mayor of thesaid  Corporation to' negotiate and sell the said  debentures, or any of them, for lc3s than par,  and in no case shall the said debentures, or  any ol them, be negotiated or sold for less  than ninety-live per centum of thoir value,  including the cost of negotiating and sale,  brokerage and all other necessary expenses.  G. The're shall be raised and levied In eaeh  year during the currency of said debentures  the sum of Three liundred and Fifty Dollars  for the payment oil merest and One Hundred  anil Mnety-two Dollars and one cent for  payment of the said debt under the said  debentures by a special rate sufficient therefor  on all the rateable real property in the said  Municipality.  7. .t shall be lawful for tho said Municlpol  Council to repurchase any of said debentures  upon such terms as may be agreed upon with  ttie legal holder or holders thereof, either at  the time ol saie or any subsequent time or  limes, antl all debentures so repurchased  shall forthwith be cancelled and destroyed  and uo reissue of the debentures shall be  made in consequence of such repnrcliftsc.-  8. The Hylaw shall take effect on the llith  day ol May, A.D., 1902.  Read a first time April 12th, 1902.  Read a second time April 12th, 1902.  J'.cad a third time April 12th, 1902.  Received the assent of the Electors 1902.  Rr:i;or*_iidorfid and linally passed aud adopted  by the Couiii.il 1902,  City Clerk Mayor  Ing however the sum of Seven Thousand  Dollars, each of thc debentures being of the  denomination of One Thousand   Dollars, nml  all such debentures shall b" sealed with the  Seal of the Corporation am| signed by Ihe  Mayor thereof.  .'I. Tha said debentures shall bear Iho .lata  ai 1 ith May. A. P, 1902, nnd shall be made  payable ln Twenty-live years from thc said  date In lawful money of i.'anada, at tho oflice  f thc Molsons Hank in licvelstoku aforesaid,  wliich said place ol pavmont "hall be  designated by said debentures and shall nave  attached lo tlieni wujinni fo** (bv   pavment of  OF  TH������3  XTIfcTITED  STATES.  Outstanding Assurance Dec. 31, 1001..SB 1,179,270,725 00  2i5,912;087 00  64,374,005 91  331,039,720 34.  259,910,678 28  ���������71,129,642 06'  .27,714,621 42  President. J|  Vice-President. #  Manager.  Distriot Agent.  TAKE NOTICE that the above la a true  copy of the proposed IJylaw upon which thc  vote ot the .Municipality will lie taken at the  Flre Hnll. Second Street, Revolst.ke, between  the hours of eight o'clock in the forenoon and  four o'clock In the afternoon on tbe Thirtieth  rtayol April, A.n.,1902.  C. E. SHAW,  Clftik ot thn Municipal Council.  ^Srf-^*-W  The largest and best, selected  stock from Winnipeg, to tbe  Coast. Finest and best equipped Tailoring House in B.C.  Only a made to* order garment  can At properly and the leading  good dressers in Bevelstoke have  showered praises on Our Full  Dress and Business Suits and  Overcoats, which fit as naturally  as the fleece on ths sheep.  We fit pocket books aa well an  their owners.  Corporation of tfie pity pf Revelstoke  8������ALED TENDERS addressed to tbe undersigned and endorsed "Fire Alarm'' will be  receive.} up to noon ou Friday, April 25th,  for the placing iu ponitjpn pf about 20 (twenty)  flrea|ariij poles, and the sfringipg ol alarm  wires thereon. Tenders to state price p-ar pole.  C. K. SHAW, City Clartc  JJereUtflke, April 14th, 1!XK.      "  "  ThAHCFnC    To Order and Up-to-date  I KUllJlKA'"The Best Fit in the City  For thc Month of April a Choloe Lot For $5, worth $8 and $10.  8UIT8 TO ORDER       -   '   -      -    -     S20 and S2B.  We   defy   any   firm to  produce a  more 'stylish or better  fitting suit for the price. *  LADIE8 COSTUMES.  Choice of any cootum*'  Material In the 8tore to  Measure <Surin__r . tho  Month oT April for S2S.  J- B. Cressman,;  INDIES'  AND MEN'S  fflOH OlAM TAILOR.  Manning Blook,       MoKefUte Ave.  ���������"������������������"���������


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