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 i  1  ���������������������������>  ��������� W-"  /..  i" .'   ,''}    *'���������..,./.���������-���������������������������' ���������')')/?-/   .���������-/'/       ' >""���������,*"' .   ..*���������'''���������,   -.*. ��������� ..-I    . I - ii  ���������A"   -"V   i-''   ���������'*'' V '*������������������ - -t   '.. i   \,      yy\   i,   X.    AAA .A. --y  way  Vol    V.   No    130  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY   MAY  S  1902  $2 OO a  Year in Advance  We'are "the largest buyers,  of GROCERIES -Jn the  North Kootenay, and are  theretore able to offer the  very best goods produced  in thc "world _at- the'; very-  lowest p'rieesl"^ Although  times have been "hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very, encouraging  to us.  *     '-    -"-;     *;..,-  ./This ,year-->ye have made,  arrangements; which .will  enable us to give"6ur cus-'  tomers better prices than  ever before.  o  u  R  S  P  E  C  I  A  L  T  Y  SUCCESSFUL  pi i*/.i*s. the Independent Band for their  kind *-e_i.vices, all who assisted by  l efreshiuenls snd furniture, and the  general public for their p.itionage.  >������'<-A  ! a.-..     I -���������  Shirts  These Shirts are  recog-  '   ' nized   to  be, superior to  r..--, .any made- in-Canada for*  ,:    Style . and. .Durability;  ���������*:>"-'AVe have them'in all the  '77:     Latestt'Ra'tterris.^      yi   *  ftl  ',^--������-T-������r7*_3'*T   V *-  r'v The.celebrated GurrieTie  7% ���������Tlie' Spring' Patterns  ''_-, in these G6ods" have just  -'f, .beep ; received, and for  "J^"Beauty, and,Taste, excel,  .^.^anything.-. yet ..produced  i XV3,by- this . Renqwned Firm  " ^^fTie^Mdkei^^'^''---4  Hatsl Caps!  ,,*,"_The'.w9r ���������.<?-r.e n o'xv'n eJ^  - Christie and Fedora Hats  . Aa; consign ment  in   the  Latest, Styles-.has-',just-.  ���������'���������'��������� ������ beerrdpehed up.  ' 'ii&JZ*lf(&$:tu';'ZiC ...-i  . Li..,.. -~*-,x'.���������- "*-** .''���������-  ���������'.-Tr'A-ntsa--.nrKfMJ.Jt.'MiSt-^    -.. V**'" '-'���������>- "-"���������  APbr'SiJi'fnGf and Summer.-'  "* ?   *���������    * t   "5 ���������*"    * ���������    '  ���������-! '  V ������������������ ���������' ~  A weir selected'consign-,  ment of Imported Scotch  and English fine, ^yoolen  Balbriggan and-Fleece-'  0 Lined ;Underwear~just to,  ,,..h,3ad>������������3-i/...-"'-r:;-' jy:.-->  , Ladjcs',and Gent's.Hos  '"-' iery^in* Sillc, * Cashmere,  and Wool. ' A complete  ���������"stock of the Latest "Pat-  '  terns and Best- Quality.  Hardware  A  carload'* "of  Assorted  . Hardware just  opening  up. '   ������������������  A List of- Players.���������Keen and  Well vCongested .'Games All  Through.���������Miss M. Buck and  Mr. Parham Prize Winners.  The ping pong tournament was a  pronounced success and said by seers  of the 'sport elsewhere.' to be well  ahead, in interest -^enthusiasm and  arrangements of other tournaments  held lately in the province. Cood  feelingpre vailed throughout, thoaclinn  of all (lie contestants heing sport*,*  manlike aud agreeable and the  entertainment* ot" the visitors was  simply splendid for such cheap and  popular prices. Special mention must  be made of the excellent play exhibited  in the Airs. Scott Aliss Spurling. (semi  final,) and the Aliss Spurling Aliss M.  Buck (final) of tliu ladies- singles. Aliss  M. Buck well deserved her victory but  Aliss Spurling made her plav all she  knew to win. Iu-the opens,- the best  games were undoubtedly those between  Messrs Parhatn and Taylor, Atkins lt.  S, ������and Aliss Fraser, Parham and  Pinkham and Pat-ham and Phipps, Air.  Parham played a splendid game  throughout the evening aud won most  deservedly on his ineiits. The doubles  were most interesting, perhaps moie  so than the singles, but were postponed  after a few sets-through pressure of  time. /The remaining sets will he  plavcd olfat a date to he announced.  -" Too much, praise, cannot'.be given  the entertainment^'committees of bolh  evenings fur" the excellent taste'and  attention displayed to tliu'u guests but  the securing of i.he band, which never  looked or played better, was a decided  score,for the .comniitU-e of lhe second  evening,' with Aliss Ti-niple iu llu*  chair. All the other connuiltres and  tifliceis deserve thanks forentetlaining  llie public so well. --��������� - *���������      --      -----  __ The following i������   the result of games  as played.'"** -  -   -   ".   .    ' i.adu.s sisur.l.s.  ��������� First^Rqund���������Mrs. Ten.pledefar.ll'cd  tol-Mi's.-vScottj'Mrs: Coursier defaulted  to*Miss*Vii]cntinc;'Miss Buck vs. Aliss  Dent���������C-4:, 6*-2;-Alrs.*Atkins vAliss Kd-  ���������gar,"6-4^*C-l';"jU"rs. Holten defaultcd.to,  Aliss Cap; Mrs..Lyons_v Miss Spurling,  ���������i-C.'2-C;"*AIrs.'l)idisheim v Mm. Bourne"  G-3;,6;2. '._,"..".,  .Second Round���������Miss I Valentine defaulted to Airs. Scott; Aliss A. Buck v  Mrs: Atkins 6-2.'C-l; Miss Cao v Miss  Spurling l-(i, O-'t, 2-ti; Airs. Taylor defaulted to ������������������ Aliss -.Af. "Buck; Mrs. Cuitis  defaultccVto-Miss Frasor: Air's.'Van  Home defaulted to'Miss'MeLean'fMiis  J. Orr v Miss Temple, fi-fiyl-C* - ���������',  ������ Miss Spurling v������ Ahs.bi.olt 1���������7 0���������1  3-C"C���������^'d-'^ Aliss Mi~' Buck ys'Aliss  McLean', 0-3 Cr:5.  vrsAiJ..  Miss M..Buck,vs Aliss Spui ling.    Won  by a'vantage'point in (ive sels.  oi������i:y pin"oi.i:p.  First Round���������Aliss Dent" v A. E.  Phipps 2-G, 4-6;*'I)r.* Cross-v G, P. Mc-  Cartor 2-6, 6-2, 1-0: Arnien v P.irham  2-6,l-6;'Allum-v j. AI. Scott 0-6, 0-6;  T.'E/L.' Taylor v JUss JJuckfi-1, 6-3;  AIr's:Scbt������ "viMr:-Foster 3-0, 6-1, :)-(>;  C. R. MacDonald v Forbes 6-3, 5-6, 1-6;  Miss Temple'V*H.-:N: Coursier 6-5, :'>'-(!.  6-3;- C.--1I. -Temple v Afrs-Lyons-O^,  6-4; Knapp v- George G-l, 6.-1; J.efi'ries  v j F/ McLean 6-0, 6-1; E. Tnget v B R  Atkins 0-6, lr.C.   -     - . .     :  Mrs. A tki ns vs B. Tern | ile, jle fail lied  "t^MT^7-^birfni7r*"'Ai|i!s -fidgitr vs,"AIr.  Barbo,iB.������rbei''s' by.di-fault. ���������* P.itihore  vs Pinkham, Pinkhnm's hy default.  "W* Morris vs L. Didisheim. dctaulte'd  lo Aloiris.   C. Cao vs   W. Bews, Cao's  **'*!   ">.i   '-'���������'.': '^*-  7  Phipps from Histcen  MeB'.;thv from -AlcCarteiv-P.irliaui froni  Mrs. Atkins, Taylor fiom Scott,  Foster' from' Fill lies,'"Aliss -���������Temple  from Barber, Piiikhatn'-froui < Baker,  Morris from Temple, Can from Knapp,  Atkir.s'from'.1 ettrips',' AIiss"'Womlward  froTn "Mi*s~," Van lliirtu*". Ro^e fiom  Edwiuds. Pallas* from Guidon, -by  default, Aliss AI." Buck fiom Curtis,  (default) Atkins fiom Aliss Spurling,  and Miss Fraser from Spurling. -  * Third Round.���������PhippsJtom AkBeth,  Pat ham from Taylor. .Fiiiter from  Mi.**s Temple. Piukliutii from Mortis,  Atkins from C.io, Rose" from Aliis  Woodwaid, Aliss Al. Buck from Dallas,  Atkins from Aliss Fraser.     '    .  . Fourlh Round. -Paiha*.n   won   from^  Phipps, Parham.-from Fi._s.ler.  Atkins-  froni Roseauil Miss 'Buck  from  R. S*  Atkins.  Semi   Finals.���������Pai ham    won -ftom  Pinkliatii���������0-S.   0-4.   0-1.      Atkins  from Miss.M. Butk. 0-1, 0-2,6-1.  i - Finals.���������P.irham won  from   Atkins,  0-4, 0   2. 6-3.     " ,       _ -    f.  At the conclusion of the finals Mrs."  Temple presented the following1 prizes  to Ihe winners ofthe singles: -Aliss SI.  Buck, silver plated clock for Hist  placi-; Aliss Spurling, silver trinket  case for second place.  Piizes for the open singles were  awaided to Air. Pai ham, h*r***t. ink  standi B. R. Atkins! second, Jiipe and  case.  '    I. O. G. T.  At the last regular meeting of the  I. O. G. T., held on Thursday evening,  the following olllceis were elected for  Ihe ensuing term :  Mib.W. .1. r,.>e, Chief Templai: Ali-*-  AI. Adair. Vice. Templar: Mrs. P.-lli*  pii't-e. Past Chief Templar; Bro. Ladiier  (.'haplain: Aliss AI. Savage, Secrelai y:  I., S. Ellpiinan, Financial Secretary:  H. Gough, Treusurer: T. Thornton,  Alnishall; Earl Peltipiece. lVpuly  AI.u*shall; G. Pettipiece, Guard: .1.  Bolton, Sentinel.  During the evening i resolution of  condolence to the widow and family of  the late Bro. XV. 3. Lee was adopted,  expressing deep sorrow and regret at  lhe removal from their midst by death  of one of their most popular members.  Mysterious Disappearance.  "There is a good deal of anxiety felt for  tlie safety of J. Campbell and il is feared  by his friends that he has lost his life in I he  canyon about four miles up tho river from  the cily. Mr. Campbell was .supposed to  have left here some three weeks ago for  thc Re\elstoke Lumber Co.'s logging  camp up_tlie,i Ivor, .which point he never  reached and no news of his whereabouts  can bo obtained, although diligent enquiring ha*, been made, llek'il on the ijlh  ol" last monlh, and on the morning ol' the  iGtli, K. A. Bradley who was' en route to  Smith Crock, followed the tracks of a man  leading to llu* big- slide in the canyon, but  could not lind any further .tracks either  going up thc hills or on the other .side of  the slide- Mr. Bradley is of opinion that  thc party who attempted to cross lhc  slide i-rppjd and fell into tliecanyon, from  whicli there would bo iiltlc or no chanee  of escape. It is --.upposed lhat the tracks  were those of Campbell- Air. Bradley  reported these facts to the police, who are  now making an efioit to unravel lhe mystery. _ Campbell was well known tlirough  tho mountains, having worked at railroading and lumbering for a iit'iiibor of years  belween here ancl Calgary.  ,   ���������--     -Card"cf Thanks. *"���������.*  . Airs. XVL '3i Lee desires to thank  the Societies who kindly assisted  'at. lhe obsequies of hey lute husband"  and to all friends and neighhuurs  for their heartfelt sympathy so  genuinely expressed to  family in their deep bereavement,  Personal    Paragraphs   Pertain-  . ing to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  Daily Rounds.  Win. Kvvv, fonni'i'ly a conductor on  the Alidlaiid railway, died at 'Belleville  on Wednesday.  A large gulden, wilh flagpole, is  being put in on the C. P. It. grounds  at Nelson, between tlu* freight shed  and passenger slat i.m.  A Suii'lav pxriii'Mnn train on the  Grand Itupids & Indiana railroad  collided with a freight train at Wallen  -.ix iiii'ii*. from Furl Wayne, Indiana,  Two coaches were overlnrued and  more than lliiily persons were injured.  A relief train seijt out with several  physicians brought the injured to  Ftut Wayne early,Thursday nun ning.  All ihe injiued weie residents of this  cily and weie conveyed to their homes  wilh lhe exception of Hoi-man Darnell  who was taken to St. .!< s-ph's hospital  in a critical condition.  Twelve of the employees of the I). P.  R. machine shops who have heen  isansferred- from Trail to .Nelson by  the recent changes, aie now at work  seltiug up the"machinery in'place'' in  its new xuatters.' Yesterday some of  their families moved in. All/ the  machinery is now in place wilh tbe  exception of lhe wheel machine and  lhe two new machines which are lo be  brought fiom Vancouver. Four cars  of stores were hiought in yesterday,  'lhe engines for furnishing power aie  out yet in shape, tint will be leady by  lhe end of the week, and it is expected  lhat by the begimling oi next week all  will be in tunning, order ami the  regular work commenced.���������Nelson  News,  herself���������and  Salmon Arm Items. *  Salmi in- Ann. Apiil 30���������Oii|Salurd.iy  i he iown"wrtV shocked over lhe news  i.f ll'.'.- diath by accident of. W.' J .'Lee,  of RevelstYike, n ho .was well and  favorably known to a number "of our  citizens.-   ���������" . ' ���������  "������=���������''     - \        -  ' <' '    - '  ��������� Air. a.ud MiV**. J. Savage left'Alonday  last  for* Revelstoke   to     attend "the  funeral of Air.-Lee, Airs. Savage being  I he eldest daughter of deceased.  There, tins been a large .influx of  settlers into this valley this spring and  in consequence there are i.owsnllicient  number  of childien   iu   Salmon  Arm  suulh for the format inn of n new  school. Mr. Wilson, of the educational  department, has lieen over the giounil  with a view to the establishment ot  this school wliich, we presume, will hi*  a fact after the summer holidays aie  over.  ���������I.   Kernaghan   is   busy   getting in  crops, fencing, etc.     Salmon   Arm is  decidedly a gainer when such men as  Air. Kernaghan come in tu sei tie.  The work, or rather the money,  appropriated for the improvement of  the river hy thc Dominion government  ia about finished, aud Air. Sinclair,  foreman in charge uf the work,  deserves credit for thc neat and  thorough manner in which the work  of cleaning, .straightening, elc, bus  boon done.  II. Donnelly has got nicely settled  in the Arm now, and "veil pleased  with the place. He "predicts a  bright future for Salmon Arm. "We  have one of the best fruit growing  districts in tho province, and farmers  who have experimented in years gone'  by on a small scale are adding to their  orchards in many cases as much a.s five  acres, so well satisfisd are they with  their first experiment. As a settlor  my opinion is, that the only drawback  to this valley are the roads, whicli are  iu a frightful condition. We have  received, it is true, small appropriations from the provincial government  but we feel owing to the present fa&t  growth of the valley that the old  settlers as well as new should be  entitled to more government assist tnce  fiom iv '-roads" point of view. If the  government would adopt some of the  measures with regard to roads that  New Zealand lias tt ied and provedsuch  a success, this country would not have  a vacant piece of land in' '3 months.  She settlers here are placed at a  disadvantage right from , the , commencement, He has to make road-*,  build bridges, put up barns and stable  houses, etc.," as soon as he lands there  which not only requirics time but  money. Were thc government to build  roads through the unsettled parts so  that intending settlers could get over  land and ses what it is like and bring  in their goods, a good deal ot" the first  hard impression of the country .would  be dispelled. We trust that when the  labor element on the Provincial party  becomes strong enough to -assert- an  influence in the house,-this will be one  of the first matter? to claim attention.  Partner Wanted  A partner wanted for a new business  just started.    .Capital required #<100,  apply for particulars to P. O.  box  32,  Revelstoke B. C.  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  John Bridgeman. one of Canada's  noted portrait painters is dead at Foit  Kric, Ont.  The Union Stockyards Company's  buildings at Toronto Junction, Out.,  were badly damaged by fire yesteiday.  Water wan let inlo the St. Lawrence  canal at Monacal yesterday.  The new Sovereign bank opened  for business in Toronto yeslerday.  Carnegie has offered Thorold, Ont.,  $10,000 for a library.  Colonel Barker reports that ou  April 30th he c.iplmed Commander  Al.Bolh.i, bis adjutant and 11 others  near Frankfort, Orange River C0I0117.  This is regarded as important, as  Botha is a nephew of I he commandant  general and hu is one of the ablest  lieutenants  under  Gen. Dew^t.  The British columns aie now in  touch with the Brilish garrison at  Ookiep, 90 miles from Port Nolloth.  and relief practically completed. The,  plucky garrison at Ookiep have been  closely invested by the Boers for  weeks and have put up a strong  defence.  The Dominion Iron and Steal Co.  have decided to issue u.COO additional  sh-ires of common stock at $00 per  share.  The C.P.R. will siring two thousand  miles of new wire this spring in order,  to enable the company to handle their  vast increasing trade.  Thirteen hundred men, of various  trades arc out on stiike in Toronto.  Plumbers of Windsor, Out., and the  builders and laborcs of Halifax, N.  S., are also on strike.  A large mimbci of dangerously well  executed counterfiet $2 bills aie in  circulation at Toronto, Ont.  .by default. ;. _  v** Second Round  Stylish   Shirtwaists,    Muslin  Dresses  We.-'have now ��������� ready for your inspection one of the finest displays of the-above  ��������� *"''ljnes of goods ever imported into this city.    Perhaps you  may think this  state-  ment rather strong, as past seasons showings have.been splendid, but the Styles  ancl varieties are so different and the garments made up so tastily, and .those who  have seen the goods have pronounced them exquisite in.every way, besides, the  way_they are selling, clearly tells us they are thc cream of the city. Come and '  "see what you think of them yourself. Its a pleasure to show such goods -whether"  vou buv or not. . .   _. ' -'���������"-."- ��������� -   ���������    ���������  -  ^ , SHIRT WAISTS  Alade of Fine Cambric in stripe", new  Oxblood. Navy Light Blue and Greys,  well as many shown at twice the piice,  leader   shadi'B,  of.  Looks as  Our gieat  .7GC  Card of Thanks.  The committee of- ni-i-angements of  the   Ping   Pong   tournnnipiit   beg  to  thank the local merchants who offered  WHITE MUSLIN AND LAWN WAISTS  Made of fine Organdie or A'ictoria L-iwn, beautifully trimmed with Fine Tucking or Valenciennes  L.u-c. buttoned in froni or bilck. Nothing belter  in the market.    Prices from  $1.00 to S3.50  FLANNELETTE SENSATION  Don't wait, but come as f.-irly  its  possible if  vnu '  want to *>biiie in this 1.000 yaids  of Stripe  Flan-  iirlette. different patterns  to choose  from,   good  weight ...:       per yd. 5c.  .    7 , . THE SHOE-DEPARTMENT  Men's,   Misses,    Womens'   Children's   and  -    Infants' Shoes���������Unusual Values.  "JtniMiiil values  in   brand new" lines of goods is the  announcement from the Boot Section today.  II11 ml reds of pairs of these Stylir.h Boots for  Women and Alisse**; havo been' bought from the  fnctoi'3' at 11 specially low figures and are being sold  loday ul great price reductions. ,  CYCLONE SALE OF MEN'S & BOYS' SUITS  * Get ready for bargains in Aleiis nnd Boys'  Clothing. Don't miss this chance. Come early���������  Biiritains await you here'ind a big stork lo choose  from.     ��������� '  Men's Furnishings Department  A complete stock of everything a man needs at prices always thc lowestv * As the  ������������������ - -   - ...*������������������;-���������  season advances your needs increase,- but our- little  prices  help, you to gratify  every wish.   * Every department is  now at its best and  contains many'spccials.  REID & YOUNG  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  Great Lumber Industry  The lumbering industry,. ol the  Kootenay country isagreat and rapidly  expanding busines*=, far more so than  I.he great majority of people"have- any  ideal 1 regard it asone of the principal  mainstays ofthe country, and am mare  and more impressed with the possibilities of lumbering each time I visit the .  East Kootenay district where the -big  concerns operate. I have just returned  from East Kootenay, and it cannot be  denied Unit at the present time lumber  is king throughout the section.. - This  ,is the opinion in a nutshell of Erastus  W. Mathews of Nelson, manager of K.  G. Dun & Co's. financial agency in the  Koot'enays, who is in Rossland for a.  week or,so preparatory to leaving for  the coast, where the company's sole  agency.in the province will be located  in future.   The Miner says:  Mr. Matthews states that-there'are  fifteen lumbering plants now operating  in East Kootenay,  while " thu ��������� Nelson  Saw k Planing Mills Co.,  Sayward k.  Co., of Nelson,   and   the   Porto   Rico  Siding, are also preparing to participate  in the trade for the Northwest Terri-"  tory, which is   tlie   backl-unc  oE   the  business.   The mills start cutting   on  May 1,   the   majority   of   the   winter  having   been   occupied   with   logging  operations.    The   cut   tliis   year  has  broken    all   . previous    records - for  magnitude, running into double lignres  of millions of feet;   On an average the  mills employ-fully-30 men each allyear,=-7  while during the winter the crews are  doubled, as a rule for thc logging.  ,   The conditions alfeeting   the   trade  are exceedingly propitious.    It is a fact  that'each  of tbe   fifteen   plants, and'"  several of them  are  brand new.concerns, have orders ahead for an entire  year's running, a condition of affairs  that could not lie improved upon.     In  some instances the"activity in lumbering   has   been   tho   saviug   of    East.  Kootenay towns.     An instance of this'  is found in the case of Moyie,  where  Uie"|   almost    complete  cessation fof  operations    in     the      big     St.     Eugene" mine    would   havu _lioptdessIy  crippled the hustling little town had it  not been for ihe two large mills which  gave employment to a large force of *  men in the  plants' and timber limits.  The construction work on  lhe Crow's'  Nest Southern  nud   the   culvert and  trestle   material   required    will   keep  several plants   in  operation steadily,  while the large and continually grow-'  ing cxpoi t business into the Northwest  Territories    constitutes      the    great  rc!*ourte   of   the   trade.       The   plant  operated by Edward  Logan,  formerly  of Rossland. is among tha mills that is  enjoying the wave of prosperity.  The future of the Kootcnay's lumber  iudiistiy is as bright as   the piesent  outlook.    It is the natural source from  which the necessities of the Territories  will be supplied for all   time  to come,  there being practically no opposition  to thc East of Kootenay timber iu the  greater portion  of the vast territory  included in  thc  Northwest.   The tide  of   immigration    is   settingl| steadily  to wai d the most fertile lands open  for  settlement east of the Rockies, aud as  these lands fill up and   settlers   erect  houses    and     buildings,     they    will  contribute to the continued prosperity  of the Kootenay lumber industry. "It  may be stated that the timber limits  available for cutting bava [as yet  enly  been scratched.   Tbe Canadian Pacific  controls   immense  limits   that    have  never resounded to  tbe sound  of an  axe, although it is whispered that a  hig combination of mills is on tbe tapis  and that  a part of the  combination  proposition is to secure  privileges on  the railroad timber service.       ������  Just opened at Reid & Young's���������  .Ladies' Dongola Kid Shoes made on  the new round tbe shape. lasts, with  e xtension sole nnd military heels.  '.U Published Bv  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co  Limited Liability.  :  A. JOHNSON,  Munugliif- I>lre..*t*>r.  A Scmi-Wccklv Journal published in the  iiiteresiiiof the rullway.iiteii. mluliiB mpii anil.'  I.*.**in<*s*- men nf tho West. Days of I'ublli-ation  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVEIW81KG  HATES.  Illsplav ads., 11.50 "per inch; sliigle column,  IJ lior Ineh when inserted on title p*"****  Legal nds., 10 cents ner Inch (nonpnrlel) line  for Ilrst Insertion; Scents for each additional  (n-'crtton. IVoeal notices 10 cents per line each  I. Mio.    Uirlh,   Marriage   and   Death    Notices  fre-'  SCBSCRU-TIOS  KATES.  Oy mall or carrier, finer annum; fl._*3 for  ti.\ .noiilhs, strictly in atfvaneo.  OUK JOB DEPARTMENT.  I "incol the best equipped printing oMcch in  ���������he West and prepared to execute all kinds ol  piiiitlnic fn rtrstelaRS style at honest prices,  line vrlce to all. No job too larue���������none too  kiiiu.I1 -Ior us. Mall orders promptly attended  Ui.. (.live us a trial on your next order.  TO COIUtESl'ONIiENTS.  Wc invite correspondent1* on any subject  a' iin'i-reiit to the tteiieral public. In all eases  lhe Iwna lldu nsnie nf the writer must aceoni-  jinnv manuseript, but not necessarily Inr  publication.  Address all communications to the Malinger  ,    NOTICE TO COIUlKSI'O.N'nESTS.  . I.���������All    correspondence    must   he    legibly  \*. ritlen on one side of thc paper only.  2.���������Correspondence containing personal  mailer must be signed with the proper name  oi'the writer.  U  J-:. CKOGAN, Kditor.  Satukday. May 3. 1002.  COMPARISON OF METHODS  A summary report of the work of  the Ontario provincial assay ofllco at  Belle vile for 1001, shews that the office  has performed the following services  during the year for prospectors and  mining men iu Ontario:  1. Issuing laboratory reports consisting of assays, analysis, qualitative  examinations/identifications or reports  as to prolwible commercial value of  minerals. These reports arc charged  for at actual cost according to the  scale of fees approved by the Director  of the Bureau of Mines and areentirely  the property of parties paying the fees  tor the tests ordered. "While this is a  public laboratory, custom work'is done  ' I'or private parties and such reports  wtnnot be issued other than to parties  sending in samples and paying the  necessary fees. Pulp or samples sent  in by private parties are held for  reference by the sender only or subject  to written order of the sender. The  sanie rule holds goods in case of 1,-ibora  lory reports.  2. Acting as an information agency  answering as far as possible enquiries  from owners of mineral lands as to  market prices, uses and purchasers of  mineral aad raw ores. One thousand  six hundred and. twenty two letters  were sent out, many of which were in  answer to such enquiries for informa-  _tion as above stated. Enquiries from  dealers, investors and manufacturers  using raw ores, asking information  ���������regarding Ontario's  mineial  deposits.  are published in   the   monthly   otlice  hullt-tin-*.  :.. Making check determinations on  pulped ore samples and also umpire  work iu cases of disputes as to correct  valu������s contained in samples. In' most  . cases the differences were found to be  due to different methods of sampling  lather than to errors on the part ofthe  assayer or chemist whose report was  disputed. In order to show the Iiest.  and simplest methods of sampling, it  is proposed to prepare a short paper  ������'n "Sampling and Assay Values" to be  Issued as a circular free of charge,  e  ��������� i. Issuing a monthly bulletin containing monthly laboiatory report,  enquiries of general interest and notes  on minerals coming into commercial  use. This bulletin is sent free to any  person interestcr. in mining in Ontario  and its object is to keep prospectors  and others in touch with thc various  changes in metallurgy and new usps of  mineral*.  5. Samples of commercial economic  minerals have been distributed to  bonafide prospectors and interested  ]>arlies, who were in doubt as to the  characteristics of certain ores and  wished samples for comparist n*  Kiglity four samples were distributed  throughout Ontario in answer to this  demand during the year.  Now nobody can deny that estnl-  linhilig nn ofthe  for the   performance  of the ii??ful and valuable services the  Ontario'government is doing a great  .lt'itl to foster lhe infant mining  i ml us I lies of that province. Their  polity in lhis respect is a f.useeing and  jstiiU-suianlikc one. It is lhe policy of  men alive lo the necessity of small  di'tnil***. It is the polity of incii/Whu  do not look' upon lhe uiining resources  nf their country merely as a po>siblr  source'of revenin'.  Now why on earth can we not get  u  minister nf mints wilh sufficient savoy  lu   recognize   the   value   which     H.is  Ontario assay office must   be   to   tlu*  mining   men   of   lhat    prm-iiue   and  wilh sufficient get  up   iifiiiiit   him   lo  start to work lo   establUh   llie   sau.e  thing   in    British    Ci-l.iiiihiu.      Why  cannot   we    even    get    members   to  represent   our iniiitii**  con>tilticnch*.-,  who   will   give   a   little alteiiliun   lo  these     ideas     which     the     pn sh    ol  Kootenay has already   laken   up  and  endorsed and make a  united   i-ll'urt  to  force the cabinet to take  some "full ire  of these niatiers. Our mining industry  is far  more   valuable   and   important  than that of  Ontario,    ('alculated  on  any basis the Ontario  mineral  output  uf 1IK)1 did  not  equal   half   of   our.'.  But it seems to be a hopeless  task lo  try and get the legislatm e to recognize  the     importance'    of     our     mineral  resources and  the   clear  duty   whicli  lies before them of  framing  measures  to assist and'foster their development.  For the last six months   at   least   the  press of Kootenay has been describirg  and commenting on   the methods   of  thc Ontario  Bureau  of   Mines.-   But  not a singlo Kootenay   representative  been found to take the matter up and  bring the question of the advisability  of    the     B. G. Mining     Department  adopting some   of   them   before   the  notice of- the house.    Huw can  we in  Kootenay expect to.get the importance  of our resources recognized at Ottawa  when   our   own     members    .ire   tto  absorbed in the 2 by 1 politics  of   the  capital to find time to  call  the  attention   of   the   house   to   them?    Four  valuable years  have   been   absolutely  wasted in these sculllings and not one  single measure of assistance bus during  that period been afforded our struggling mining industries  by any  of   Hie  administrations   which* with kiileidc-  sropic swiftness   have   succeeded   one  another on the political  stage of   Ibis  unfortunate   province.     These     four  years have seen the  establishment in  160S of the  Belleville assay office,-;to  encourage prospecting and developing  of   mineral   lands   iu   Ontario.     The  Herald will  undertake  to   say   that  this single institution  has done more  fc the development, of  lhe   mineral  resources of that province than all the  legislation    connected    with     mining  passed by the B. C. legislature   in the  whole     four     years     since   1S0S   put  together.    But such trivial details  as  ���������ire   looked   after   by  this   office   are  naturally _ too   insignificant   for   lite  Tniglf"_y-"l'ji"nir^"w"l7rclr  G-ET IN EABIiY  FOE FIUST CHOIGI!  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  CAMP OF FISH RIVER  tt  GO  ELDS"  / *.  The Centre for all the,Big Free. Milling Gold  Groups of Fish River, Tool Creek, Etc.  Business Lots,  Corner Lots, $150  EASY   TERMS   OF   PAYMENT.  A  Ten  Stamp Mill   and   Diamond  Drills,  Etc.,   are  now  oa   the  way  to  Golilfields for ths ftjrth-  -weetern    Development   Syndictte.      This means  that    Goldfields    will   he  the   Big  Town  in  that District.  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  R. F. PERRY,  Resident Manager.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B A., LL.1_.  Barrister, -   Solicitor,    Notary  First Street, Kevelstoke.  Money to loan,  Public,   Ktc.  J-JAUVEY, M'CARTEH ic PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors Ior lmperi.il Bank of-Canada.  Comjianv luiuls to lonn at8 percent.  First Stuket. Revelstoke B. C.  '  SOCIETIES.  destinies ol this provinc.  to p.iy  ;iny  attention to.  POTTS  [PROMPTS SECURED!  S Write for our intertstinc book* " Invent-  Jor'i H������!p" 'aii I " Hew you ore iwlndled."  )Senil ma roush (ketch* ir model ol your in-  Ivenlion o'riinprotfeniciit and wr will tell you  Jfree our opinl.-n n* to u-htthrr It t������f probably;  ) patentable. Rejected application* h.-ivcottfti  >D������e** successfully prnsecnleil by Qxa. We  icontluct fully equipped offices in Montreal  land W.v-hinjcton : thisi-uaUIies us- to prompt-  Jlydijpatch work ami quickly-* cur** Patent*!  In* bro-id as the Invention. Highest references,  ) furnished. ���������;��������� ,      .   ���������  ) Patent* procured thrcu^h Marlon 8t Ala*  Jrlon receive ������peclnl notice without charge In  jover 100 newspapers distributed throughout  Jthe Drminion.  j Specialty:���������Patent business of Maunfac-  iturersand Hnpihieers. ' '  MARION & MARION  < Patent Expert-* and Solicitors. .  >���������,.i ��������� I New York Life B-|d'fr,*non������re������K  <2*"*:    I    AtlBnU^^W-Z.^^JhlnKtor^R^J  I****************** 1' 1 1 ****  PELLEW-HARVEY, \  BRYANT & GiLMAN ������  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, B.C.      Established 1800  %  % A88AY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  '     UNDERTAKEN.  TcsN made np to 2,0001bi.  A specialty made of checking Smelter .  ..,     Samples froni the Interior by mall or  ������ express promptly attended to.  Correspondence solicited.,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  rTri ii i j rir  Red Rose Decree meets second and fourth  Tuesduvs ofcacli month; White Rose Deiiroe  meets tliird Tuesday ol each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  O.K. OROC5AN. HY. EDWARDS,  President. - Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular meetings are held in tlie  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of eaeh month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  YiaitliJ*. brethren cordially invited  A. J7HNSOX. w. Si  \V. G. BIRNEY, Rec.-Sec.  CHURCHES  METHODIST CHVRCII, P.EVELSTOKE.  Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m  Class meeting al the close ol the morning  service. Sabbath School and Bible Class at tl-XU  Weekly Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  evening at 7:30. The', public arc cordially  luvited.   Seals free.  Rev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  ST. PETER S CHURCH, AKOI.ICAX.  - Kight a.m., Holy Eucharist; 11a.m., nia'-.iis,  Utanv and sermon (Holy Eucharist Hrst Sun-  dav In the month); 2::io Sunday school, ������r  children's service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holv Days���������The Holy Kucharist is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8 a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism aflor Sunday School at3:15.-  c. a. rROCDNiER,- Rector.  ,_PRIv*iBy_TERIAX__CHURCir._  ?<*rvicc every Sundav at U a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to which all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  S p. m. every Wednesday.  Rev. W. C. Calder, Pastor.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Ma������s   at 1U:".0 a. m..  on   flrst,  second  and  fourth Sundays In the month.  REV.   FATHER   THAYER.  SALVATION   AHMY.  Meeting every night in tbelr Hall on Front  Slreet.  H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS. Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Pc.-alred.  JUST EAST OF   PKE3BYTERIAS  CHURCH  Third Street,  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven  yean*  it  Morfa   Works,  Hwansca.     17   years  Chiel  Chemlft  to WIgan Coal and   Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late Chemist and Assaver, Hal! aim., Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Landing and Comaplix, commencing October  14th, 1901, will sail an lollows, weather permitting:  LeavIngArrowhesd for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix twice daily���������101c. and lEk.  Leaving Comaplix and lhomson's Landing  for Arrowhead twice dally���������7:l.'.lc and 12:.f.lt  Making close connections with all C. P. R.  Steamers and Trains.J  The owners reserve thc right to change times  of sailings without notice..  The Fred Robinson Lumbor'Co.- Llmltad  Canadian.Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTBOUND     8:20  "WESTBOUND  17:30  SOUTHBOUND     8:10  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Wednesdays & Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  w   . LOW RATE TICKETS,  Now. on Sale from Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  TO-  -CHINA,  JAPAN,  TO AUSTRALIA    ALASKA  FREE IUIS MEKT3 AM. TRAINS.  IRST CLASS   ACCOMMOnATION.  HEATED BY-HOT AIR.  REASONABLE RATES.  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  HOURLY STREET CAR  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  BAR. WELL SUPPLIED BY THE CHOICEST     **  TVINES,  LIQUORS AND CIGARS    ."'.....  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  For full information, printed  matter, etc., call on or address,  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Kevclntolte.  B, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.*-  " Passonger Agent  Vancouver.  +*M'*M*'i'+***l.**l*+++**t-|.i.4.^,4,+rt.+J.  ! 1  II  (mith J  A. 1 Smith  - Baker and  ^Confectioner.*  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  % Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  ������ and Railway Street.  **************************  1   ALEX. MoLEAN & CO  ������ Agentfl for thc  I Mason &Risch Piano I  ������  ������- OPPICE AT  I J. McLeod'8 Residence  ������        SECOND  STREET,   EAST.  I REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES~lTqU0RS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $t a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  P.  S & GO'Y:  Wholesale aod Retail Dealers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MliiTON.     SAUSAGE  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON. *  r  THE   MINES EXCHANGE  -LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  We have purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines and prospects, and desire to Hear, from prospectors'and others having property  for sale. * - 1 , ;   ,.\ < * ,  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled. '  Send us reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Office.  T  E MINES*EX      ANGE, LIMITED.  P, o. Box 70 ^ WolM-n. B. a  .  H. n. PARSON, 1'res.iticnt.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Mttnagian Director "���������*  Ti^RevelstokrWineluMSjirtfCor  Limited LUbllity.. '      '* *..���������..  Carry a full and complete line of  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,"  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Qins,  Ports,.8heries, dlarots, Ohamp������gne, Liquors  ��������� *   - ��������� -, 1  Imported and Domestic Cigars. ** *  Laces and Rraids \  A large range of Point r.apc,  pilches* and IlattenburK  llralds, Stamped Design*.,  fclumpe.I Linens, Embroidery  Needles, Hooka, ie.  JM Ilcrlln and Zephyr Wooln. all  ts_y shades, Slipper Holes, Valen-  elenccsI.Hco, Iniertlon.  Prompt delivery of pareela, banage, ������U,  .-' to any parrot the city  Call at thc  MADISON .PARLORS.  Misses Sheppard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oc'23'  LIVE, AND LEI LIVE!!  Please don't try and run us  out of town by sending your:  orders east. We must have  your work in order to live.  We depend on you for our  work 1 Eastern Houses do  notl ������Do not allow yourself  to be roped in by thair peddlers. We also guarantee  to give you better satisfaction for your money.  ���������JR,. S. -wiiiSoasr,  Next the McCarty Block.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at R. M. SmytheV Tobacco  tore, or by Telephone No.7 will receive prompt  ttentlon.  Ja^. I. Woqdrow  BUTQHER  *  til;  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef^QPk;  MjuttprfjEtc.  Fish aad Game in Ssuon.  rj ������i    V   ^  All order* promptly filled. P��JW��jW!>jW!t��^f��J^ '
j The Smelting Centre of the Similkameen Valley. Backed ;by the payrolls of two
gigantic-coal'companies and the.Copper and Kennedy Mountain 'Mines:
Jj Surrounded by the following resources:    Coal, gold? copper, silver and a fine agri
cultural country. Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a climate almost southern
and all that could be asked. . :;7:77
��� y. ASHNOLA is owned and backed by the payroll of the Siinilkiunccn Valley Conl. C'nnipany,   Ltd.,
which is a guarantee in itself, of its success. .The equipment, and development of their coal mines, installing
ofcjwator, electric light and power plants are already arranged for. Tliu 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.
City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity
'��� Lots in Ashnola are safe investments,    In Blocks 1 to 4 and 13 to 20 the price  will bo advanced 25c.
per inontlvuntil May 1st, 1002, and to ten per eent. in the remiiiiiini; blocks. The present price is from $50 to
$225     Twenty-five per cent, cash, three, six and nine months without, interest.
!j Arrangements are aheady completed I'or Iiight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of
the company at Ashnola.   This work will be under full headway by "May 1st. -5
;' Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares'could be bnugiit'and'- were sold at 11 cents.   Today they are
quote 1 at $80.00. With tho advent of transportation,' Similkameen Valley Coal can be delivered at any
point in West Kootenay or Yale ii*i cheaply as by any other Company in Cauada.
.-H**-**���NELSON,  13. C.	
CIRCLE CITY-is the Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already��� surveyed*
j v.via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.
[CIRCLE CITY*-is beautifully-situated at thc base of  the Lardeau  Pass,  Galena
: ��� and Surprise Creeks.    ������ '_ ' ...
���CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded '.by    Mining   Properties   now   under
���; Development.     ��� ..*- .        .- . ...'-.
SpiendEd  Water
t.i ���*" *���**��� * * \" ~        *' ��v * ���
^Which, will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants..
Ferg-uson, B. O.
Is the recognized'-'organ for all the latest mining news of North
Kootenay. Particular attention is .paid to securing early and reliable
intelligent** from the newly discovered Free Milling Gold Camps on "Fish
River and from tlie.'pla'cer and,quartz mines of the Big Bend 'and-'district,
inJthe immediate activity of Bevelstoke,'-such as -Illecillewaet,-Albert.
Canyon, Jordan Pass aniVIsmic Creek. t Next season will jivitness-a big
revival*of c*ertaintVthroughout'North" "Koote^ay'f'and 'mining*"riien'-'and
others desirous of gaining the earliest and most authentic news from the
district jvill_flnd ..the..ctihuiins."of the HERALD their _best_source _of
. Railway News-is also a Specialty of the HERALD and articles of
special intere'sHo-Railwav-nien will also be found-in its columns. -.   - .--. ,?������
.'"  ,  THE HERALD offers advantages in its total-Weekly circulation
and the.class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in the district,    it
appears twice to any other paper's once a week and is found in the homes '
of the"wage-earning classes, the ITacklione'of the business of the district.
Burneasmen want their announcements to' reach the home people who
have the money to take'advantage of their offers and thc homes and
families which render it necessary for them to spend it.   No other class, of
circulation is of any use to.theni." /These are the kind of people who make '
up a big'proportion of "our. Subscribers,   people   with* homes,. families,
employment and interests' right at lioine,  thc people Bevelstoke, mereii--
ahts want to get at.   A'space in our advertising columns, judiciously and -
.thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every ��� home  in
Revelstoke, and in the Railway ai.d Mining points,  tributary to Revel-*
stoke business.    ..."""	
Is the completest in the district ��� for appliances, material and
Craftsmen. Our work.-.speaks for itself. Np other office in North
Kootenay can touch iti because we not only have the tools to do good
w.ork with, but 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
which we can turn out.   Prices graded down to'suit the times.
Certificate of.Improvements.
-Mornlns Star, Walrus.Sea Lion aud Bonanza
Minernl Clniins, situate In thd-urdcauMinhig
Di-.is.ion of West Kootenav District Where
located: On McnhcnicK Creek, near Fi*>l.
Rlier. ���
TAKK NOTICE thal'I, F. C. Green, acting a*,
agent for Angus McKav, F. M. C. B 321)00, and
J. U. McKcimc, Free ll'ner'.s Cenilleate No.
B*1'J0^3, intend, sixty da.s. from tlie date liereoi,
to apply to IbeMinliig Uecorder for ertifk-alc*.
of Iniprorc-inents. for the purpose of obtaining
Crown Grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, undor
hCetion 37, must be commenced before t- e
iasimnceof such Certificates of Improvement*.
.Dated tlii* first day ol Mnrcli, 1902, A.D.
]                         "���   ���-'"    T. C. GREEN.
���j==-i*. -���*, ,  -_. ���per FrSrCTT
Nelson, B C.
Certificate of Improvements.
Centre Star .and Eieiiing Star "Mineral
Claims,situate In the I.ardeau Mining Division
of West Kootenav District Wliere located:
On Menhenick creek, near Fi*-h Kiver.,
TAKi: NOTICI: tlmt I, F. C. Green, 'icting a*,
agent for J. B. McKvns'ic, Free Miner's (Jerllfl-
cate -\*o. IJ Sixiio, Intend, hixtv davs from the
date hereof, to apply io the Mining uecorder
or CerHlicatcs of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grunts of th? above
nd fnrthertake noli.ee Hint action, under
section 87,  must be .cor-nienced    before   the
issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.
"Timed this firstday of March. ltKrJ, A.I).
F. Ci. CUE  N,
per K. S C ,
,      Nelson, B.C.
Certificate of Improvements.
Bed To.v and Riiiee Mineral Claims, situate
in tne Limlcuu .MluinsDivi-iou of West Kooienay District. Wliere located *. On Menhenick
Creek near Fish ilivcr.
T��KK NOTICE lhat I, F.C Green, acting as
agent for Anirns McKov, Free Miner's Certificate No 1! 32003. intend, "-i.vty days from the
date hereof, io applv to the-Mining Uecorder
for Cerliiicatesof Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of,the above
claims. -
And further take'notice that action, under
section :J7, must be-commenced bclore the
issuance of such Cerliiicatesof Improvements,
Dated this first dav of March, 1002, A. 1).
per F. S. C ,
Nelson, B. C.
Certificate of Improvements
Division of West Kootenay District.
'Ahere Located: On Keystone Mountain,
Big Beml. near DoiAnie Creek.
TAKH NOTICE that T.' Geo. S. McCarler
feting as agent for -I D. Graham, Free Miner's
Certitieate No. I). S7JJ and for\V. H.Vickers,
Free Jlincr's Certificate No. G0S21,. Intend OU
div*. from the date hereof to applv to the
Mining Keeorder for Certificates of "Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown
Grant** of the above claims.
under Section 37, mull be commenced before
lhe issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 10th daj of February, A.D. 1902.
Feh "-tf *d����. K MsOartar.
-    3STOTIO.H3
NOTICE���llihtsixty days after date I Inlend
to iipnlv to lhe Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for puriiilssUiu 1" purnhiise
saiaercs of land sltuutoiiti lhe Northeast Ann
of Arrow I.ake.in the District of W , Kooienay... D.C., and described as follows.
Commencing from S.W. corner it 11II,
thence North astronomical 20 chili., .thunco
West80 ehalns; thence South Illl ch Ins approximately; llieiicu lain chains iSnrlh-
Knsterly to poiut of commencement. ���'���
.      6. It.SKENIVAge  t.
Fob. D���tf
TAKE NOTICE that sixty dajs after date I
intend lo apply lo t he Chief <'niM]iiN-.[(-ii<>i*
of Lands and \t orks Ior i.eniiisslnn to pm*
chase n parcel oi land de-ci ll.r.l as follons:
Comincnclntc m a post marked Alice I'em-'s
N'o. 1 l'osi; Ihence west 'ju chains; llieiicu
North -lUchHiiis; thenco East 2tlchaius; tlicnce
south IU chains to point of commencement.
This fraction of land commences North of ll.
F l'err.i's pre-empnon lollowing MoKeiulc's
N'ortli-West Line, containing about 80 acres,
more* or less.
���  ,   ��� ALICE P1*.RRY.
Goldfields, Nov. 27,1001. Dei: -Mm
NOTICE is liprel.v given tlmt "0 ilius n.'ler
rtutc I Inten.l lo apply lo the Chief Com-
missloucrof Lands ninl Works for permission
to cut and carry away Umber from the follow*
Ing described-* Innds:���Commencing al n post
al lhc south-east corner of Kogcr F. I'crri's
pre-emption, marked "Southeast corner 'of
timber lliiillappllcd for by F. .1. Gohlsinlth";
Ihcnce west III chains; tlicnce north ICO chains;
ihcnce east -III chains to Klsh Creek; Ihence
following the meandering!, of l'isli Creek Kill
chains to point of commencement; containing
Glu aorc-i, more or less.   '
F. J.GOI.il-JMIl'II,
Thomson's Landing, October liith, liwi.
TAKE NOTICE that no dnvs nfier dale I
inieii**! to niiiily to the Chief Cnminis.sloiicr of
Lauds and Works for permission to purchase
lhc folluii lug described lands;
Coniinencing in a post marked ".'.-.Mi-A-lnni**'
o.i l'osi," .situate close to the old line of
Hill A: llniniford's pre-emption, Fish Creek,
thence north in chains, thence \vest>20 chains,
ihcnce south 10 chains, thence east 20 chains
lo point of commencement,
Goldfields, Jan. JSlh, 1902.
E. Mo A DAM.
TAKE NOTICE tlint 00 iliu\ after date *I
1 inlend to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to cut and
curry away timber from tlie following described lauds: i    -  . . .      ...
Commencing at a post marj:ed Roger F.
Perry's southeast comer post situate about 200
feet from Scott Creek, tlicnce west -10 chains;
thenee north 100 chains; thenceeast 10 chains;
tlienee south 100 chains, to the placo of commencement; containing 010 acres.
���  ,,��� ��� ROGER F. PERRY.
Goldfields, B. C. Oct 17ih, 1901.      Nov. 0-tf.
Kobert Caley, of Revelstoke, B.C., plaintiff.
N. Haskell, of Revelstoke defendant.
To X. Haskell the above, named-defendant:���
TIKE NOTICE that a default summons and
plaint have been issued out of this Court
against you In an action agiinst you by Robert
Caley, ol Itevclstoke, B.C. to*rccover the sum
of f 10to for hoard and lodging furished to
you by thc above named plaintiff, and that in
pursuance olan order of His Hon. J. A. Forin,
..udgeof this Court, you are required within
lt days from the publication of this notice in
the Kevelstoke Herald, newspaper, to file vour
dispute note, if any, with the Registrar of this
Court at Kcvelstoko.-'otherwise judgment will
be entered against you. ,,
Dated this 0th March. *.D., 11)02. >    ��� v
FRED.'FRASER, ,-'-���
- Registrar of lhe .ounty Court.-*
Notioe to Delinquent Oo-Owner.���-���--
To.lohuT   Monro or tn anyono to Whom  ho
may have transferred his intorestsMn the
Gllman Fractional minoralclalmi'situate
in Uiu i.ardeau MlnlngDiviiJlon..:,;..
You are hereby notified tbat'l expanded tlio
sum or one hundred and  seven'dollars  and
fifty cents (M07..r*0) lu labor and money oni the
icfnro.niMitinned mineral elalm, ��� in-order to
hold said mineral claim unrtcrSSootlon 24 of tho
Mineral  Act; and.If wllhin nlnotyrdnyfl  (!HI)
from the dale of this notice, you fail to contribute your iirnportlonof Hiieh oxpouditiire,
togellier   with all costs of advertising, vur
Interest in said mineral claim will bcopmo the
property of lhe undersigned, under Section I
of nn Act  entitled"  Au   Act   to  amend lhe
Mineral Act, loon."
Dated   at roiunplK, n. c,   tills l.Hh day   of
Apiil, A. I)., VJU2.
The Cleveland and British Columbia.
Mining Company, Limited.,
"UOTTCE Is hereby given that the head ollices
" of Tho Cleveland and British Columbia Minine Company, Limltod, have
been moved Irom Rossland to Revelstoke, B.C.
  April 18.1m
Sanitary Plumbing*, Hot .Water
And Steam Heating-. Gas
Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Wright Porritt
Is to be found nt liis Photographic Studio in thc
Tapping Block daily dui-
ii'B office hours.
Wright Porritt
Revelstoke, B. O.
NOTICE. ..* *    _    "'
lSni,inc('i!*. Firemen, Machinists and
KlBf.t-i-iciaiis send for 40 page pamphlet
coiituininK questions asked .by Ex"
arniuing Board of Engineers .to obtain
Engineeis license. Address*".Geo."'A.'
/Seller, Publisher, IS S. ilh'St.. St.
Louis, Ho., U.S.A. -
TAKE NOTICE that i',D davs after date 1
intend to apply to the Uhief Commissioner of
Lands and �� orks for permission lo purchase a
piece of laud desciibed as follows : -.
Commencing at a- nost'markod F. J. Goldsmith's Xo 1 post, thence south^40 chains ;
tlienee east !0 chains ; thence north 10 chain.*,;
Ihcnce west 40 shains, to pointof comnieiice-
meni���160 acres more or less. This land was
staked by .1. li. McKenzie last June. Has a
purchase No. 1 post about 100 feet from Cold-
finch Irail and about i00 f.-cl up hill, tlio east
line following Ki-.li liiver	
Located Felinum 20,1002.   -        ,   >
.    ��� "      1*. J. GOLDSMITH,
Goldiields. IJ. C.
NOTICE IS IfERKBi CIVES* that ,10 davs
afterdate, I Intend to make application to the
Honorable tiie Chief Commissioner ol Lands
and Works for a special licence to fell and
carry away timber fiom llie following described lands: , , .  ,.
'      No. 1.
Commencing at a post planted about M
chains north of St. Leon Hot Springs on the
Arrow Lakes and marked J. T. south west corner, thenee cast 161) chains ; tlienee north 10
chains ; thence weft 100 chains j thence south
10 chains to place of commencement.
-  .    '-   No. 2. _   -._      . _ ,-.;.... ,
Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles
south from the mouth of Deep creek at lialcua
Hay, Arrow Lakes, marked,J. I'. aud .being
about 0 chains east of T.H.D.'s south west corner post: thence wostSfl chains ; thence south
80 chains ; thence east SO chains ; Ihence noi lh
80 ehalns to place of commencement.        *'    **
Kelson, B.C., Mnrcli 3rd, 190.!.
���   JAMES A. TAYLOR,    .
Certificate of Impveroments.
Butte. Silver Row and' lllock Diamond
Mineral Claims, s unite in ihcLurdcau Mining
Division ol West    ootenay District.
.Where Located: Near thc Ilcnd of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.
TA E NOTICE that f,'A. T. Cummins, as
Agent for the Double Eaglo Mining aud i)c-
\clopincut Coinpanv. limited, of Ferguson.
II C, I'ree Minor's Certificate No. si-fBI,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, tu
apply to thc .lining I'oenrdor for a Cenilleate
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of thcaboveclaiui.
And lUrthcrTakc soticc that action, mule
Section '.fi,  must   lie   eommeiiced  beforo tho
is^bancc of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated this twonty-thlrddayof January, A.I).
A.'!���.'CUMMINS, l'.L.S.
Feb. 0���tf
The  choice  laud   north   of  track,
between Tapping's and Long's, will-
be  subdivided for sale as soon as
possible. ' '
P. O.Bos. Vio.
*}s^ UNION ^mi
Cigar  Factory
Lady or Gentleman!!
To represent the old relinlile
London; k Lnncnshire Life.
The Children's Endowment,
und ten payment bond policies,
Afnst parents are willing 'In
Kive. lheir boys a start in life
by Inking nu endowment nmde
payable at age 30," paying the
premium until the boy is able
lo carry it himself.
Manager for li.C.���North west.���Yukon
> Vancouver,. B. C.
Express Delivery
\ All orders left at W.'.M.
Lawrence's will be promptly"
attended to.
H. Cook.
A  Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese
Goods  Just Arrived   '
.   , FANCY TABLES,    - ���_ .
CHINAWAIIE, .,   -    -;
' . , I*'ANCY GOODS,     -
. .PANS,'
;., 'llie llfili itiiiiiiiil -'-meeting of the
shareholders of the Ciow's Nest Pass
Coal fjoinpMiiy wa.s held in Toronto on
fliari'l. 7ih.
t       ������
.The; net prullt ol" the year after
paying all "perilling expenses uud nil
charges of every kind amounted
to $207 SIS M. After paying adividend
at Ihe rate of ten per cent por annum,
a balance" of $28 J 12.8!) was carried
forward to the credit or profit and
loss amount,
This company's assets are their coal
mines-and the townsite of Fernie.
Finn* years ago thi.s compmiy had no
transpoitalian facilities and their
slock sold as low as eleven eents per
shaie. Today their stock is selling at
$00 00.
The Similkameen Valley Coal Company Limited assets are, conl minei*-,
limber, water power, agricultural and
hoi'tii'iiliiiiul land, cily water work.1,
electric light plant and Uie town-
site of Ashnola, surrounded by; the
following resources; gold, copper, silver, lead, iron, lime, fireclay, platinum,
and a llne.stock raising country and it
is tho smelting centre of the Siruilka*
meen Valley with a climate all that ���
could be asked. Today you can sucui-a
an option on this company's stock hy
paying ten cents per share down and .
ten cents por month until fully paid, '
with non forfeiture clause. This price
is subject to n twenty live cent advance
without' notice, or as soon us transportation is assured. The present
price is $1.00 per share. Do' not. wait
until it is too late, but get in on the
ground floor and make a handsome
profit. A purchaser of 100 shares new
may gain a profit of $8,090. Crows
Ne.it shares as an example. This would
he a fair profit on an investment of
$10 per month for eleven months.. We
invite the fullest inspection of tbe
company's' affairs by ''intending
purchasers. For 'further, information
apply to the Similkameen Valley Coal
Company Limited, head office, Nelson,
B. C, room "A" K."\y.Cv block. Baker
Street, Nelson, B..CV   ���
Order Your I
from the
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-~Fine- .   *.
���Office '"
'.STATEMENTS*.'  '.-
BILL 'HEADS *. ���'  -.
���    .NOTE HEADS '
Herald Job Office
���Vegetable and Flower Plants 23c.
per doz. Cabbage, Celeryr-'Lettuce,
Tomatoes, Cauliflowers,. Candytuft,
Dranthus, Asters, Verbena,. Petunias,
Sobelia, Marigold.iPlilosc, Sunflowers,
Coreopsis, Nasturtum, Chrysanthemum 25c. per dozen. Cahbage^l pei*
100. .T. Maley, Revelstoke
After the Commissioner.
Last.week Mr.. Taylor, member, for
this riding moved the following resolution, in reference to the rate of .wagas
paid to;iien working on t roads and
trails in the Revelstoke riding:
"That an order of the House b��
granted for a return of all 'papars' and .-
correspondence from, any persons with
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works, or any official in. the depart- *
ment of lands and works, or any lett��r
or letters on file in thesaid department,
dealing with the rate of wages "paid,
or to be paid, or dealing in any way
with the rate of wages of the mtn on
government roads and   trails ' in   the
i      ...... *���*
-   In doing .so he   said   the,, resolution
.was the outcome of certain answers to
questions be had propounded, to , thw
Chief .Commissioner.-, These answers-
.were not at all satisfactory.     He  had
asked for the reason for the difference
in wages in  Slocan   and   Revelstoke,
and was tcld that the wagesgiven wer��
the current wages.
The curient rate in his riding was 83.
He had pointed out this hy letter and
personally many times to the Coinitiis*
sioiier, and a letter embodying that
statement had   been   on   (He   in   th��
Commissioner's oflice since 1900.   If h��
did not know thc rate he should know*
it.    "When it was cut to $2.50 tho Chief
Commissioner had   told   him   itwaa
because that uniform < rate   had   been
adopted in the  upper  country.     Yet
he found in Slocan that the rate   was
$2 75 and $3. He wanted to know why
his' riding   was   being   discriminated
Fixed It.
Mamma��� Now. Freddy, cilnd what t
say. I don't want you to go over Into
the next garden to play with lhat
Binks boy.  He's very rude.
Freddy (heard a few minutes afterward caning over" .the wall}���1 say,
Binks, ma says I'm'not to ro l-*�� your
garden because you're nirie. but yoa
come Into my garden��� I-aiu't"rude.
In* China criminals and political prisoners are beheaded. Some of the, executioners are so expert that tbey can
arrange and behead a man in IS ste-
HB WALL PAPERS  We have them' in all  the new designs for the  year. See our samples  if you arc going to  paper.  (aMda Drug ft Book (o  DIED.  Liii  UK���������At. Kevelstoke on Saturday  April 20th, W. J, Lee, aged 45 year*.  (Killed in a mil way accident.)  NOTES OF NEWS  *" "NAME ON  eVEKV  fICCC."  }owKEys  Chocolates  We have lately imported i  thc choicest varieties.of i  the above   in   bulk," and  '  ssmm?mmmffwm??mmmw.wmm&������  When Spring Tints are Desired  and Economy is Advisable.  Perfect Goods  at Fair Cost  Wc can always give you  an even  exchange-���������  VALUE FOR CASH.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. N. Smith's  .J. A. Magee, returned this morning  from Victoria  Th* collections of the local ciutoms  lust month amounted to $:).000.  On'Sale ii few second hand Kent'*  bicycl*-1.** at Iho Kevelstoke l,'urniture  Cn.  IC. A. lluggen, of lha Kootenay .Mail,  letui'iietl this morning from thu coast.  Ciecrge Scouten, will be tried at  Calgary on May Oth for the murder of  Waller Simpson,  : A concert and dance will be held in  the city hall at Arrowhead oil Friday  evening May 23rd next.  Twelve new cases of smallpox in  Ontario wore reported to the Health  department in one day this week,  The Rev. Dr. Paget and Miss Paget  of Calgary, are in the city, the guents  of their brother, C. B. Paget.  Win. Hunter, district deputy grand  master of the Masonic Grand Lodge,  died at Trail .on Tuesday of Bright'*  disease.  James Vair, hardware mere bant, of  Kamloops, and an old timer in that  district,- died on Saturday last of  heart disease.  Mr. Loughlin of Vancouver, has  accepted a position iii the ' O. P. R.  stores, made vucant by the resignation  of Mr."P. Lake.  AV. C. Ross, who owned a livery  stable and packing outfit at Trout  Like ��������� some two years ago, died at  Marquette, Mich,, on April 17th.  The bylaw to raise the sum of $7,000  for street improvements aud sidewalks  was carried by a rote of *10 for and 14  against,  with one spoilt ballot.  The spring assizes open at Kamloops  xin Tuesday next. There are two  murder cases to come up, namely Rex.  v. Henry et. al and Rex.  v.  Paquette.  ���������Plants���������Five varieties of Cabliage  Plants, two of Cauliflower, also an  assortment of Brussels Sprouts Plants,  on and after May 1st. "Mr. T. Skinner  Gardener.  The city council of Nelson have  written the Attorney-General request-  information as to whether the council  could impose a license on Chinese  vegetable peddlers.  J no. J. Voung, is now definitely in  field as a candidate for member of the  Northwest Legislature in East Calgary  riding. His opponents aie Hugh  McLeod, of the Central hotel, Calgary  and James Reilly formerly of the  Royal hotel.  "Wife.���������-Now John I wish you would  not smoke in the house, it always  makes me sick.  Johii.���������Now dear, you'said if 1 would  smoke Ouiv" Special or The "Onion  cigars you would not mind and this is  si'Special.  arc selling at  ?5c. per It).  Highest Award  at the World's Fair,  Red Cross  aBrtr-nB-r-7 DrUgStOrO  y^**  Louis Paquett".". tlie"*"*>"ot"ch"��������� Hill  .'murderer and his victim Alfred Loger  are well known to a number of Revelstoke citizens. Paquette some four or  five veal's ago was a .frequent visitor,to  Kevelstoke. The prisoner and his  victim were at one time occupied in  the railway service near Calgary.  The attention of the public isdirected  to the announcement in another  column of a public meeting to be held  on Monday afternoon in the flre hall  fur the purpose of giving out linen to  lie made up for use in thc hospital. <> It  is to lie hoped that there will he. a large  , attendance and assist the ladies  auxiliary in their ���������fforts in thin  laudable undertaking.  Kd.Uillman was down on Wednesday last from the Horseshoe. He  reports a strike of ore in the tunnel  now being driven. The ore is very line  looking stuff anc. ought to run high in  silver. It is more than likely that the  property will have to close down for a  time until the snow gees oft on account  of tbe difficulty at this time of lint year  of getting supplies to the mine:���������Trout  Lake Topic.  The Provinci il Building nnd Loan  'Association, of Toronto, a loan >ts.������o-  ciation which has advanced ciMi.-mlur  , able money on Ruvelstoke really, haa  issued a notice to its shait-holders t.  the effect that a special general meeting will be held- in Toronto on June  .ISth, for the purpose of ratifying an  arrangement for the amalgamation of  the association with the Dominion  Permanent Loan Company.  J. L. Curvet n Mrs. Curfeon and  family, of Okanagan Landing, are in  the city and will make their home  in Revelstoke at present. Mr. Curveon  was employed for the past four years  on the Okanagan branch as biakeaman  but owing to a change being made on  his run he will brakeon the main line  out Of Revelstoke for the fast* 'train  aervice,  M. Farrell, of Arthur, Out., is in the  city, the guast of his uncle. P. McCarthy. ���������  Mrs. Dr. Cross and child left,- this  morning on a visit to her parents at  Winnipeg.  ���������Cabbiige, Cauliflowers,', tomatoes,  etc., now ready for transplanting.  Apply to R. Tapping.  A memorial service of the late W.  Lee will be held in the Methodist  Church tomorrow evening.  E. A. Bradley, manager of the  Duquesne Mining Co.. came down on  Wednesday trom the Blue Jay.  H. A.'* Brown, .ofthe Uiinn.'.'-Ci-jar  Factory, returned on Tuesday from a  business trip through the Lardeau.  ���������The cigars���������Our Special, The  Union and La Corona are /household  words.   Smoke them and no Other.  The Northwestern Development  Syndicate, have 10 men now employed  on the Camborne group at Goldiields.  The City Council livid an adjourned  meeting last night. A report of the  meeting will appear in our next issue.  Wanted.���������By a lady, situation as  conk in a mining camp or lintel.  Reference furnished. Apply ti) the  Hkkalii  TheB..C:conference of tlie Methodist  Church will meet in Wesley church,  Vancouver, on Tuesday May l.'ii li  next.  Bourne7Hrosc will move their stock  on Monday into Hue new premises  erected by D. Gallicano on McKenzie  avenuu.  Service in St. Petei's church as  usual tomorrow nt: 8 and 11 a. in. and  7:30 p. in. Uev. C. A. Procunier  .officiating.  Dr. J. XV. Cross will occupy the oflice  next to J. M. Scott's in the Herald  block until his new residence is  completed.  The annual district meeting ofthe  Kamloops district of the Methodist  confernece':,' of - B. C. will : be held at  Kamloops next week, beginning on  Wednesday the 7th inst.  S. S. Taylor, IC, C. of Nelson and  Mrs. Taylor, went south this morning  from the coast, Mr. Taylor has been  attending the Supreme Court at  Vancouver tor the past three weeks. .__  Everything the   Ladies require in Dress Goods  and the well known "Empress Shoe," with wide  and narrow toe.  King's Union Made  Boots for Men  You can't beat thetn and you can't wear them out  before you have had your money's worth.  ���������oBEBsaamEaaBBaana  GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS    _^>  ������T COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL.  ������    TAYLOR & GEORGE    3  gj MACKENZIE AVENUE.  ^Z Mail Orders.Solicited snd Promptly  Attended To  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  at cost in order.to make (room for  another large car of Kiiriiitiiro, which  will be here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrai ge to supply you.. Now  is your opporlunityto furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE  JM  The largest stock  of  the latest WATCHES,  CLOCks^   RINGS,   SILVERWARE,    CUT  GLASS,  FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc. .'  ������pfi  My nVany years' experience enables me to buy  goods   at the   right  prices,  enabling  me to  sell'to the public at reasonable prices.  rv{  J".   G-TJ-X"  BARBER.  WATCH REPAIRING A  SPECIALTY.  /  w  (jfj).."  ifisS.  w  SIBBALD & FIELD,  _a.g-:e::  Real Estate  .-Ai3hBK''.TS  COAL FOR SALE,  JFODR  P.P. R..TOWNSITE,    -  MARA TOWNSITE.  GEURAl(I) TOWNSITE.  CAMBORNE TOWNSITE,  i Canada Permanent A Western  ,       ,*���������������������������,i.. Mn,...-, corpnnttl  an and Building Association.  (���������Imperial Fire.      Caledonian Fire.  Canadian Fire.   Mercantile Flre.  - Guardian Fire.   Manchester Fire.  Oi*ean, Accident and Guarantee.   Confederation Life  (.Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  FINANCIAL" \ j^$S%S$& Corporation  Insurance  Atlas Fire.  Northern Fire.  Great West Life.  J. D  A. carload of thoroughbred stallions  went'through yesterday-froni California, en route to the Northwest.  Among the number was the handsome  thoroughbred pacingstallion Barnale.  who will be seen on Lht*-Manitoba and  Northwest circuit this summer.  The Victoria hti3 team took fligbt  from the depot last night while  waiting for the delayed No. I. Tlie  team arid lins collided with a telegraph  pole just east of R. S. Wilsons tailoi  shop, with-but lillle damage to the rig  or horses'.  STATIONERY  FOR LETTER WRITERS.  SIBBALD, Notary Public.  REVELSTOKE  'HOUSES:FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.    ,  CHAS. M. FIELD.  B.C.  A Question of Privilege.  Mr. Taylor, on privilege, took  exception to an article in tlie Kootenay Mail, an organ of the government,  in which in referring to the vole of  censure on the guverntnent been use of  its railway policy, said Mr. Taylor  refused to vote. This was absolutely  false, and his statement would be  borne out hy the senior member for  (J.isaiar, who bad asked him to pair  wilh him the day previous and lie had  done so. He regretted not being able  to vote on it. but felt in honor bound  t" 1-enpvct his pair.  Mr. Clifford 'corroborated in every  particular Mr. Taylor's statement. Ile  had engagement*., mid asked Mr.  Taylor to pair, and Mr, Taylor courteously .lid so.���������Victoria Times*  Epworth League.  At a. meeting" of tire~"Ep\voi"tlr  League of the Methodist Church held  on Monday evening, the following  officers were elecced for7 the ensuing  term:���������Presidents, J. :������������������.���������. L. Johnston;  1st "Vice, C. F. Lindin.irk;'2ud Vice,  AV. Bews; 3rd Vice. Miss A. Smith;  ���������Uh Vice, Miss F. Dent; Secretary, Mr.  Lafaux; Cor. Secretary, Miss Fee;  Treasurer, A. Saxton. The reports of  the various departments showed  substantial progress throughout the  whole work: of th e League.  The use of artistic Note paper  and Envelopes is evidence of  good taste.  Our stock consists of a large  assortment in  LETTER PADS  NOTE PAPER,  BOXED PAPETRIES.  Envelopes���������all sizes.  W. BEWS,  Phm.B"  Dnlg������tat**.na^uUoner.  Brown Bteclf." "rtltpbonea.  Curling.  A nifftiiig of tin.* Ciirling Club was  held at the Hotel Revelsloke Silurelay  evening l-ft. A lumiln-r nf roininuin  cations'were read including on** ft om  P. Burns k Co., suiting that a. band-  ���������some'trophy would bo donated for  next Kcanon.  The secretary Kootenay Curling  Association notilied the ilubth.tt ihe  Grand Points,competition, which was  unable to be played for at S.mdon  during the''bonspiel, could be played  off at home and the scores forwarded.  It was decided that in tbe Calgary  Brewing ��������� competition H. A. Brown'.)  rink, having played and won mon*  games than any other rink, be declared  winners in that competition.*  The Green Curler'* competition for a  pair of curling stones presented by G.  S. MeCarter, not being finished, it was  decided that.the competition be held  open, until January 1st, 11)03.  Notice to the Public.  A public meeting under the auspicos  of the'executive of the Ladies Auxil  iary of the hospital board is hereby  called for Monday next, May 5th, in  (lie hall No. 2, at 2.H0 p.m. ' At the  meeting linen will be given out to bo  made up for use.in the hospital.  MH8  M. K. La whon,  Secretary.  NOTIOE  Jewelry Sale postponed to  WEDNESDAY,   MAY   7,   1902  at Alexander's Shop.  Golden,  -"    at 3:30 p. in.  Spring Shirts from the  best, maker  ���������laundricd   and "negligee.    Reid    k  Young.  Cotton and duck suits for children  in all the natty styles at Reid k  Youog's..  List of'Articles can be seen  the Hkuai.d office.  at  TERMS  OF   SALE.���������CASH.  8. REDCRAVES, SHERIFF.  Sealed Tenders.  SKALKP TKNTiER-S sildres-ied to the under-  nlgm-il will lie received until the loth dsy  i>f Mav, IUU2. nt 12 o'clock, noon, for tha erection ".ml ctnn *l<*tlun ol an Oddfellows' Hall ������t  Trout Lake, B. C.  nana nnd speolficationn can be seen at tbe  Windsor Hotel, Trout Lake, Ir ci the 1st to the  15th day of May.  'J he lowc-it or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  ������������������ ���������'   ?" .   .:        J. H. OURRIB, Sec.aUry.  Trout Lake, B.' C- April lBtta, i������������,  ���������sr"  C3-E3iT"ElI^^L   X&XZTlXZiJiJET'TS.  Will Move  Into Their  New Store  May Sth,  on Mackenzie  Avenue.  GElTEEL^nij   3yEEK,Oia:-A.IiTTS.  ���������������������������  Our Ladies'  Tailoring Department  Is steadily growing-���������in fact f  our Business'this Season is,  more than double.  Wc uridohbtedly turn out the  most Styiish and Best fitting     *  Costumes ever seen  in.this  City.   *'    -; . ;���������   .'.   -. _   .. '_ _"/;:  We are doing more business  . than   all   others, combined,  because the Ladies, know a*'  '-   r'  good Costume and they.talk  about it.*" - \     ,- ' ���������  J. B. CRESSMAN,  LADIES' AND MEN'S HIGH CLASS TAILOR.    _*  Manning7. Blook,       MoKenzle Ave.  ::.:���������*{ yy  Real Estate Bargains  Good Residence k  Store Building.  Terms -.,$200 cash i  Balance   on Easy  Terms.  8-H.)onied lies i-  d mice, with all  modern / improve-  inentB. A very desirable properly. Terms can be arranged  with suitable party.  Aaaa   0   Roomed    House,  {haUU   with bathroom, etc..  W-vw   good   celjal.     Well  situated   for   a   C P. R.   man.  ISnsy Terms. -  Plastered"" House  with stone found*-'-  tion. Good garden'!  50x100 feet���������well located.   This  is a social bargain. .,   .'.-,.  'd������4"/\H/\   A fine Residence '  nllnll   ���������7  large   rooihe  ������pAVr*~/V   and Bath Boom.*  Electric Lighting, garden 00x100*  feet.     A    comfortable    home; j  selling at a great sacrifice. . .' /  -' *.       -���������* ' ttf-A  AaAA 80 acre Farm, about *  wOUU   5 niUe8from Salmon ^  A- Atm Station.   ;SBett\(,  of soil, good simber for domestic" ^  uses aud good roads. >- .Terms' to<(i  the right party.  "A Number of Other Real Estate Bargains.  Gall and Inspeot Our List.  Revelstoke Smelter Townsite  Five Residential and Business Lots in all parts of the.  City on easy terms of payment. A limited humber of Fiver  Acre Garden Plots within five  minutes'  walk  from  the  centre of City, are now ready for sale. Easy'terms .of pay*  ment.  I RISflO '  BDAG     Real Estate Brokers.  bKVfl'9|   DnV9i   Financial and I  It


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