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 i) 1  u  Vol    V.   No ,1H6  REVELSTOKE B.<C    SATURDAY    APRIL 19   1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  -*.. j * )���������  *-*. ^  p Wc are* th'e largest buyers1  of   GROCERIES   m^the  Korlh   Kootenav*,  and arc  tlicictorc able to offer the  *   \crv  best  goods   produced  I   in   thc^woild   at the very  !   lowest , piices.���������, ;A1 though,  1   times have "been hard" dining the past ) ear, our business  has  been  thc  largest  1   wc ever had in Revelstoke,  which is veiy encouraging^  1   to us. -: -'"- ���������*?"������������������ '������'4-  y   y>  1~  ' ^ir'^f-.  ;   This  year  we   have made  "arrangenicnts ~"\vhich>'~\vi11s  i o  - cnablc-us to gi\e_our_.cus-  ^.tpnjers better^ pi ices than  , ,e ver before.., ^ .  Shifts  1.-*. *  ���������xr.  These'.Shirts 'arc Trecog-*  . ni/ed   to, bcs-. superior ,to  7* .   *    .   *    ~ -c .'  . , any made in .Canada for,  --- 'Stj'le" -"anU*"Dura*15ilityr'  ^J*.p,We-.haVle'rthem" in'all,thei  ��������� J"*    Latest Patterns  'j-.l V w   S   -iWj       ������������-M  * s**.���������. **  \\  B   2  ���������v?"fl>  ������*���������**���������  ?A  The celebrated CuriieTic  -^The'iSpring  Patterns'  in these Goods haye just  .*_> * j    -.        ������  ���������?*���������_:    been    received,   and   for  '-,^'i-Be'autyi and, Tasted' excel-  ���������=^-an}_thing~-.>ct -produced  ���������v*-ajc=---.by^this ^Renowned-'Firm  I, ^ofTie^Iak'eri.;"^^-/ "  &-%  LETTER FROM  I-1  Platform and- Executive of the  .* * *"  - Nlew Political Organization in  the Interests of Labor Formed  - This ,^Veek .at .Kamloops.   .  ��������������� --J*  <i        Thc wor Id-r cnowned  t-     -il. ;      1 .it      S      1 1", 1 * . '-Vt1' "���������*���������"  ".  . j sChnstie and .Fedora Hats  ii        A   consignment* in _ the,  Latest- Styles *������������������ has * just  been opened'Up.s ,_^������'-^  j-   ">    -.������   '<M   ^^B__g(g_i___aB___i_a_a_______Ba__^K^KKBe3aBBiBMMHMBB  *. 'C<������S.iWi!S3*'>S������*'-iSi7*������S^'S������S' uaiA.!v7VL.i-.!.J  ������r..*...*������ii*' y its  "Tor Spring ancl Summer.  fAftt &1 ^slrec^dfconsig n\ I  ment of Imported Scotch  and English fine, woolen  Balbnggan  ancl   Flecce-  Lincd U ncJci vfcaff' jxist'to'  hand?*--' -sfiwii-nvJ***'/ *^str> ������������������<���������  'HOSI ������|S V^^*^K**'"b--i.TB?.I  *--'.-r.~r-_--^^rs,^-^r-���������   yraXadies-and-GenL's���������*I Ios~  f -ieryv'iivSilk.i'Cashmere,  ���������  'and'Wool.   VA'complete  5    stock of the Latest "Pat-  terns and Best Oualilv.  *���������*    A  carload   of   Assoited  Hardware' 'jttst- open in  up,  ---  u.  fi   ia!  Thp pi mine i il ! ilio* oonvpntion lu-ltl  at KiUnloops fiom'Alondny to--Wed-  iK'sdriy'rif^tliis \\eek*"wiii iiX hij^lil)  jmpoitnui and voi,y sncccss.fii",'-p;ithei,.  in^.^.Sixty'tlu^e cJclepr ������tijs*?t)i-J vm iomk  lulioi injjani/.itions mul mici.tliblic  cluhs weie pto-seiit,*n,monpr^.*Rlitini -tho  i.uhvuyiiien .uid Knn|pn*iy ppnfi ally  were stionnly ippiescnli'd. -Tliu -ouul-  istic element''^iviisj not, allow I'd io  I'ec'niiip 'toov prominent,t. the iii.un  ohji'tt of Ihi* LOnvenLiiiii. hunip;^ thi'  piepn.ilion-iiifi'ii ^prrtcticnl^'woikinir  phiifoim foi a Lihoi p.ut>. H is  undpi-.tood th it a r.indid.iti* \\ill  ippivscnt this p.uty. in u\piy iidinj.; in  which theip is hUoly-l" he'Sny* blitnv  .il the next provinci il e'uclion.  nu: 01 rif 1 ks  The following aie-lhe-olHte^sMiiid  e\ei utive tomniittee of the oiKini/i-  tinn: ,- -  .^Piesldent. ^Clnis. Fxx\e\ Kobbl.ind.  mlp pit'sulcnl, J.i-. AVilkb. Nelson,  tec tte.iMiiet, .1 IJ MiXuimi, Vk ton i.  toiiiiiilttet', I. Ll Watson. \ uiloium,  H._liiKkle,jNaii,iiimi; JO ,W.^bLc*.ens,  Kaii'loop-r T Uiickton," Ph(iein\  Pie.unlile���������Tii i_t_ . tins . Pio\inc.i.il  PiORH'bSivL'P.iity lays it down .is a  fhbl ptitKiple UMtlhi} will nnniinatp,  endoibe, 01 biippoi L only binh-inen as  w ill p'.n-e'lliLU signed undated lesig  nation in the li.vnilb ot*-Uie-ionve>ition  winch tionnri.iteb 01 endoisas tlieni,  that this i^signatfon be swoin lo; I h it  ',this lesi^nation ni iy be Ji*mtli d into  the Lieutenant -Goveitioi!- in CouihiI  whencxet .1 niaioi ity ol the convention  bh illjj)iibidei^bii( li jLtioii ad. ib.tble.1  I'llL  IT VITOKM  -1 Tliat1'"wS"kiaili. illy iliolish nil  taxes on lht. pi( dnii'i mil the pioducls  ol the p_io.luc.ei, shittiiis^theiu on land  \ ilri s  2   Cjceiiiinent,   nwnciship   ol   i.nl  ways and uiu.uib ot coiiiinuniciit .on  '3  Th it   the   novel niiienl    Ubl inlibh  ar.d opemte binollois and   lefinci ies to  lie it all kiiulb of ii i_.iei.il-.     s,,    .  4. That llie'fi.uii.irise be'extcndcil to  'women. *-���������*���������"���������"-  o   JChe abolition ol;,pinpeity. cpialifi���������  catioris^for,all public oflite-.  *������ -'  v-O.^FrtMnsiiunpiovenientb, nnplemcnls  ������nd stocU.tndt totlie  tiiseil,'*-'aiid   w ikl  l.mdb tobe .ibbebsed ^tj he pi ic.������  asked  'foi theTiVby bpecul iCiv"e Holdeis. ������������������,  7 No land oi c.ibh *ubsidie,s. L.uiils.  lo'lie'lield liy t lie ac t u tl settli l s.  S I'm ,jei tt'il. ol ill iiiiblii lands to  lie nifnuiti itch set i-ule lot educ.i-  rionul piirpoac-s.^ind rtlie*eiliii mon oi  all ?hildien, up to the lice c f 10 veils,  to lie hpe,*��������� scCulai; and ioni| ulsoi y '  Text books.1, me il- ind iloUung lo be  biipplud output tho publiL 1 inula when  necessaiy. -/���������*. ' >;>_ <_*, -2*;' Vs 1-'. '  - 9. Coinpu'bO'y ail)ili.ition''of  lab'c l  di-f utes       ������.~..-   - -��������� -  ���������_w10.,ltestiietioni**-,oU^Ouental������_iiniiii-  'ei"<ititiii,liy,a"l<tw^oti the lines_^cil the  Nat.il _^c.t*,'.iiidir sum 1 iw be dis illow ed  ifbei-iepeatedly "leennettd until ih.'  end sought is obtained  11. Thai to ptoleLt tib fiom Asiatics  aheady in the piovince the novc-in-  inent uiseit a clauseiiii all pin ate acts  to this effect: ' '��������� This act -hall tie mill  and void if the cornp mv finis lo eulei  into an .igieeinmiD. w ith ,the Kl>"'ein-  nictit_.ns to'conditions of 'consti ut Hon  alid'o'pcrutioti,'' and the '{'insp p.ibb a  lesolution uisttuclini* the Govei uiut*m  to piohibit the-pniploynienfof'Asi.ui s  on all fianchisus planted by tlie  Piovincial'House     '   *  ^."Oonsei'v.ition of oui foi est tidies.  Pulp land leases to contain"a'pi ovision  for-reforestin...,** 1sbl-'i:'.is"-'to;''pi'odirc*'������ a  perennial "leventie.-iincl -ninke- pulp  uianutac lui e, a. gi owing aud uji ijuiiien I  ,.���������, . ������v**.-^-*.--i*'7**-0*^-*-**- ** -���������   .'^ft-J'.^r���������.'.-"  ind nst iv. v,  13 Tint the A'ct compelling the  bulling of logs-by .-"gov ei nment seftleis  be. enlcnted.    ,     ,. .. v  t Ui^ AhbOiute Jiebervati in tfrom . sule  pr-lease/ofi a^ceitjun* 'pai't^of eveiy  known coal ana. so lh it llu* st ite  ow'tud 'initiib. if iiecebs.nj. m.i} be  easily < pcibSible in the fiituie All  Y.oal leases oi gi ints heieattei made to  (oulain.a , pinvision, eiifibiing Uie  goieiifiii"eni"to,''(ix . the*"pi iteJof'"conl  loaded on c.usjji vebtelb foi blupnieiit  to^B. CVconsnineis'.w '" '���������"'- "' -i  lo. ^Mniucipiili/iiiion and public  contiol of the licpioi tiulllc. '  10 .The light to a li ieiend'iiu.w^heiL'  ft'v.ihi.ible'btibsidy airfi:inchi*To is lo be  cm I ied.  ���������^'17? TlMt''MHrfin*!poitatioircomp"'ftiie':  be*compelled *to- {jive -lianspoilation  fiee.to, niembcis ,ntvLhe, Iji-gi&Lthve  Assembly und^SupitTiie^ Coint and  (Jountv'jriclgesV   **"   '*"  ^18. Ijlection ..day lo lie a public'  holiday. J.'Piovision".ui ide-Uiat evi'i������  einployo shall-bp fiee* Itoin seiviee u"  least lout cons.'tutive houis dining  polling time."' ' t.        *      ���������  V"       "       J I    r        f  ' '- 't ' m  . . ���������   "  ,--y. i   ,   a        ������-.   .  . &������till for the Eva at Goldfields-  , -A Nelson coi respondent of lhe V in;  convei Woildsays: Ine dual payment  li AS< be en ni.ul^on^hoj^va gioup. in  the Lai deau. bytlie Iinp*;! '������������������' ������.v ndicate  'ofNelbonr This gioup is situated neai  thVtovvn of Goldfields on Fibh liver.  Aikteat deal of development work' has  boen done, and-the cl thus *_lio.v \i  ieinaikablys sliong fiee gold -jlead.  The' linDPii.il*.'*syndicate has under  li<ind,othei",cl.uinb fm which Ihe,total  pi it e of $80,000 was to hav e been p lid  and nojv all this_h,is been met? with  the exception qf $3,00(1,^hich does r.otr  fall due till tlieTall II i-\lie in: en tion  orthe company to put in n mill dining  the biunmur. , '  yi   "     : i  '*' Card of Thanks  Wchepf leave on behalf of the  Methodist cnngiegatinn to llvmk all  the ladies and gcrtlcniGii w ho bu kindly  took put in the Queen Esther canl.it i  In aid of lhe lio-piuil,  -    "" --    Aliia. R. HowfcO.s.  Mns. A. N. SJtiTH.  Hospital to be Built Immediately  '���������It   Will   be Maintained''by  the Miners Union.���������News   of  the Mines.  Special correal omlcticc Io the llu Un  . VjGIIGUbUN, Apiil 1(1���������Youi. cOliPb-  pondcntli.ib been asked to send out  tho.*f,ictb in'legaid lo ilu*��������� bo-pit.il  nio\i*iTient,SbO that subbciibi'is and the  public gcneiall.v in Kevelsioke antl  othei points will haAe a cleat undei-  -taiiding of the bilu it Ion. .Some people  appear to, havo a wiong lmpiesbiou  about the mattei. In .lanii uy a public  meeting of, Feiguscn inuicis and  ciri/en= decided thai a hospital in the  ���������.amp. was <m iiigcnt" necebsitv and  among olhei steps thev.,bent a jictition  lo the i;oveminent, foi a giant. There  being sumo talk about a hospital at  Tiout Like, tho Foiguson people  oflucd to disciibb Ihe mattei with a  mow to the two towns co opei itmg.  This piopo*, il, howe\oi, loi boniu  lp ison iinkiiow n, w.ib not enleitamed  by Tiuiit Lake, who shoitlj aiteiw.uUb  bent deputations io" Revelstoke. C.im-  hoinp and even to Fci^iibon to bnlicit  biibsciiptions toi a liobpital afc'Tiout  Like. Manv people, especially .in  Revelstoke, subscribed libei. 11} under  the unpicssion that llwabaioiiit atlan-  and that it was being backed hy  Foigiibou auc. t he^ Lai deau geneially.  A puhlic iner-tinu'was afteiw.uds held  hcLe w Inch .decided aftci lull and  m.itiuc discussions tu^ act undei the  -MineiV "Uirionras'it was felt that "a  hospit<il,Pil,lior lreie oi at the Lake  could nofc-Mie^ efficiently . maintained  without tlicu biippoit. Then the  31meib Union metanddecidud, hav ing  got the buppuitof the whole town, lo  go ahead and ni,_ke anaiigenients foi  building a hobpilal at Feigusou. The  menibeis ol the Lmon headed the  biibbcription hbt-iv^lh !j!5(X) and aheady  the "handsome *=iTni ot $1200 has been  secuicd, wilh considciable moie to  conip. The hiinhci is now neaily all  ie.uly and huilcluig will commence as  soon as the'siiou is siiilicienlly oil the  giound. Volunieei laboi villi con  tiihutc laigely lo lhe election ot the  hospital. /The mobt iinpnitiiiilie.ituie  ol a lwibpitdl is, not the building ot it,  but iii.iintiimingilatiei ilia built. This  is; ade nu.itcly piovided loi The  ���������Mineio' Union, coilipu-e- 'about a  hunched, uiembeia and the dollu a  inontli which thev now pi, foi medical  attendance vv ill be paid to theIiobpit.il.  Tin-, togothui v'with* the-'monthlv  niuUic.il lees, paid b> nnneis. wlio aie  iipl menllieis ol the Vnion, willpmvidp  "���������a.maintei-nnee* luncl ot abciu S1200 a  vea. As this ib likely'In'he.hiipplc--  menied bv a good gi.int, the question  of maintenance is piactically settled.  The people ot Ferguson iecoi?ni/p that  arhnspit.il ib oi no pcci.niai v benefit to  Ajto.* n and they would have been gl id  to coopeialo with Tiout Like* in  building an institution theie but then  advances being leceivedvvitha distinctly cold shouldei nothing lein.uncd  toi  them but to take the bull bv the bonis  and sc tlii* the question once and tin all  by building the ho-pitil heie 'lhib  they started out to do and1 with theii  iiibloiu.iv eiiteipiise* they will im-  dotihtedh accomplish it ���������  Mining matleib in the cairp were  never m belter shape As sc on <ib the  .snow is oil, the new sn.eltei will blow  in'with oie liom the Nellie li and  Silver Cup Tlu sp two piopulicti will  be able lo keep the luinacp goin<  -tp.ulili  JX Uinlii'tl, wlio c tine down fiuin  tlie'Sihci Cup j csteid.iy. ii pm tb two  i in pen t .i >��������� L new stnkis in the nunc,  i w hit h ib looking beltei now tbinevei  IhIpii'. Theie is torn IvpI ol c lean in e  in .Nn lliliill and Llu < c leil in No  12 wilh i siellenl showings in othei  p.ulb ot the mine  Al the Nettie L, slopes of fillien  leet each un* being opened on the ui-;  mc chute all lhe way down the 200  loot u pi .use  W, 1) Pool and J .1. Young leive  Inib vvuek to .mange Lot installing a  eonipipssoi pl int to imi the long  Sunshine tuiuiel nuclei thi'.Silvei Cup  woikings a distance of 1 IUO leet, all  on the vein.  The Next Event On the Social  ��������� List Arranged-for-May I and  - '2. in^ Aid sjof 'the Hospital  Building Funfi.  lheie weip about foity young,  people ct the city gat heie J in, the fiie  hall lasl night, vvheii it vv'is decided on  motion of J G.-U.uber, seconded.hy  Miss Dunn, to lollow the lead ofthe  piiiHip.il (it ies in the Dominion by  holding .i pmg pong tournament, tho  pi oteecls to go to the lmspit il building  lnnd The d ites of the afl.ui will be  May-1 and 2 two aftei noons and two  evenings play, ladies binglos in the  ilteinoon ancl open and mixed eventb  in ibe evening 'Iheip will be  c oiT-o'.ition l.ibli s foi the lose lb in fie,  othei evml*.. Good pi i/.es vv Jl be hung  up and a laige numbei of entiles aie  ' ilicady assmed.  The meeting oiganized as follows.  Mr-A M -Piiikh.iin,'Chaiimaii, Mibs  Fiasei, secietaiy wind Mt. Jakes as  U pastn pi.  COJIMUIEK  ON  AIlRANGLIJirNTS :  Messi- Pat ham, (chau ). B-uhei and  Vlliini, and \li-ses Temple  and   Dent.  liDIFS   VM)  UCGIjLATIONS  Mpssis Piiikhfini, (c h <ii).������ Paiham,  C R \lic Dcnii'd' ind-Misses Frasei  inilRi-ii t. E ti i t.iinnienOirst day,  Miss**s Sinilli, (chau), Woodwai_d, A.  line k. Je-sie On. *U 'Leveque,  bpniling, Nellie Dunne. U. jDiinn,  Oaiuuiii and Bell. , Enteit.utmient,  (second day) ^Misses- Temple,* ((chlaii).  Quipp.-Fiik, Kenuei.t Jean ,Oii'.*13  I-.ei* eqne, M.Buck "Valentyne, Dent  ind G.io     ' -'  The pidges foi the lidies' gimet.  Hist day, ate* Mesdames Atkins,  Molten, J M. Scott and Wilkes.  Setotid day Mesdainps Curtis, Foi lies.  Sollow.ij , bibb ild. Open and mixed  evenls, fust daj', Mesbts Phipps  McCu tei,_ Gi ogan, Temple spi ond  da\. Messis  Foi lies, Tavlor, Scotland  Ml Beth.  .       . i   ***  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  The Public Meeting Called -On  Wednesday   By  the   Mayor,  Arranges   for   a  Two   Day's  Celebration, June 26 and 27  There wis a f.uily uiiiiieiiuis and  vei y lepitsentiitiye attendance al lhe  public meeting tilled by the Mnjoi  lor Wednesday evening to discuss  ways and ineaiib lor 11 celebi.ilioii ol  the* King's iiunii.ilion in Revelstoke.  His Woiblup vvab in the  eh.in   and  C  E, Sliaw was chosen  beeiet.ti.'   ot   the  meeting.  The lirst motion moved by B. R.'  Atkins and seconded by A. E Kincaid  and earned was to the effect: Thai  hi*. Woiship bo leqnested to decline  June 20 and 21 public holidays foi lhe  pin pose ol celt tinting thu coioualion  ut King Klw aid VII, .  .   t        t  The lollowmg committees weie,then  . ^ Hi!      r    .,  btiuck :  GKNHKVL COMAriTlKE  '        ~'  The Mayoi and City Council, Messis.  C. E, Shaw, Kincaid. J. H. Robuibou,  Young, lieid, W Smythe," Keains.  Ciobb. Do whip, T. B. Baker, A. Mc-Rae,  J ickson, B. R. Atkins, W. J.t Lee,  Temple. Pomtt, F. Biown.'R'Goi pon,  II. , Kdw.uds, McCaitei, AleCaity,  Haggen, MiBeth, Phipps. Kilpatiick,  C. R MacDonald, ^C. B. Hump, Lmd-  inaik, A. J. McDonnell, Geoige, Stone.  Cowan, J. Abiahamson, Cauutheis,  R. and J. Cuvley, Dupont, Coining,  Holten, J. P Sulheiland, Wells, J.J.  Foley. B.nbei. J. M. Scott, Field,  Sibbald, A. Johnson, Tupping, Giogan  J McGuinis, Coursier,'" H. J. Blown,  R.b. Wilson, Pinkham, J.M Dojle,  bte.11 man, B  A   Lawson, T. Sweenev.  F. T.iylcu, C R. Skene*. Kell'e. W.  JNIoins. Sleed, Upper. Fiasei. J. Mc  Lean"* W. G. Buney, W. A. Fooic*. F.  B. Lewis. ��������� 1 . -        >t  EXECUTIVE AND riNANCL: ,  Jlebsis.     ICineaid,      McRie,    Al.   J  O'Biien,   McCaitei,    T. E. L.   Tayloi  Guidon, Kilpatiick, Downie.  McBeth,  Phipps,   L111dm.uk,    McC.uty,    .T. H.  Robinson. '  ohounds cojimi n-v.i.:  Messis. B    R   Atkins,   Young,   W.  Smj the. Temple1. F. Blown.  BuccraioN A^D 'iiivn'-poutvi'ion :  ,  Messis  Kilpatiick, McCaitei,   Thos.  Downie. <> ������'     ��������� ���������      ���������'  '���������������  PRINTING    J7,ROGR\JIjm,   VDVKR1 ISrVG.  Messis H A. Blown, C. R. Al.ic-  Donell, R Gotdon, Stone, ���������C0vv.in,1'J,  R. Suttieiland.      ,        *,    ( _, .    *.  On motion ot A. McRie, seconded  by.T. Doivme, B. R. Atkins vv.is"*.iip*  pointed secietaiy ot the geneial  committee. '  The following lesolution was moved  liy C. F. Liiului.uk. seconded by B. R.  Atkins, and earned : That the tueel  ing debit es to tali the attention of the  City Council to, the npre������bity which  exists in Revelstoke f n a suitable  ipcieition giound and ihe advisability  of eaily establishing the btune.  1 The meeting then 'adjourned aftei  a heaity vole of thanks to the M.iyoi.  1  1 -5  PRING IS HERE,' and with it comes   the thought, of a  New Diess���������a theme���������thc mcie mention of which strikes  .  a responsive choid in every feminine heart.  y > '  ���������>. -" .,      ,     "' *' '.        *��������� '  We are ready to serve you with* a showing that  excels every_  :" v previous season's effort,  a showing that trained taste has chosen"  ' * "expert'knowledge has bought and artistic hands have'arranged for  5011.    Our long-acquaintance with your tastes' and wishes,'''our      '  enlarged stocks, our gieatly increased facilities have enabled us to "j'1-*  ���������,     make a displav that'will  be the  most artistic and  economical  ex- ������������������   ���������  prcssion ,of youi every thought v       ������    r ��������� ���������<"  r   ���������  w Nc\cr in the history of our business carcei havewebeen able  **'"���������' to "place" before the fair sex of Revelstoke such an array of exquisite  new creations as will be shown heie this Season.  < DAINTY WAISTS ' -.-,,.  Dainty .Waists  of Silk,  Muslin, Cotton, etc., ,made" fn/jhe}',', '*  newest^ays. " -*    - i '���������*'''."*<(_'���������   y"     ri"  - ' - NEAT AND DRESSY WALKING SKIRTS. J   > '.' * ^' ,> ",      7.    '"  ;���������        ',ln Cloth and Silk, peifect hanging ancl the best of Workman--'-**  ship. _. ,  \ ; '    . v  IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.  Throughout the Store you'll find, them   filled   lo overflowing  _,    with new things. - - _ * . ~*x, ,-,,  NEW DRESS GOODS AND SILKS '  '-       In all the latest and best weaves.  - -  NEW WASH DRESS GOODS ' '  In all the new sheer effects, coloi ings .and designs.  r , NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS -t    ; . k 1     *  ������ -   '     -In all the;Latest Eastern and European novelties.  NEW   LACES   AND    EMBROIDERIES,   EDGINGS,     INSERTIONS  AND ALOVERS.     " *_ '}.  NEW NECKWEAR, RIBBONS AND GLOVES. ���������-' - ,'....  NEW BELTS t  In all the latest designs in Stiaw, Silk and Velvet.  tfEW HOSIERY. _,  In Plain and Fancv Designs. *      4 ' t  , ������*���������-*-���������  -I"���������rrwi?"  *f  1 jj  '.2  tl. '  , EEID & YOUNG-  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  ���������n  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From   Every  Corner  of the  Globe.  Tliu u.iiiitPih' si like at Ottawa has  been bet tied by a coinpioinise.  K. A. Chapman, tiie ptopricloi* of  the Hut Poit.ige News, is dead.  A Kleikbdmp dispilrh says that  Lien. I in Hamilton, in a fm ther di ive,  h i*-Jc,ipliiied bl lioei*.  Il ii undeiitooil that tiuebec will be  the point o[ eiubiukalion of the  euioii.ition contingent.  Queen Wilieliiun.i p.ivsed a quiet  ni){ht. The tioublehas been duignosfit  .ib typhoid level.  Application" !ist**t" for the'"new  Impei 1,il loan lmvp been vvithditiwuon  account of tiie heavy ovei sobsci iption.  Majoi General Su Ch.uleb Parsons,  the now toiuni indei of tlie  Impei ml tioop'b 111 C.in.td 1, has ai rived  at Halifax.  The C P.B. hab awaitled thecontiact  to huild.the two imllion bushel steel  elevator at Foi t AVilliam to a Buffalo,  N,' YJ.1," firm:"        "   ' *  ' .      1      ,*���������   v '-.  A St. Petersburg despatch says that  a bomb factory, supported by Anarch-  istb, has been discoveiad at Jnrjeff in  the govei nment of Livonia.  It looks as it a war ou fiom prices  is being ' inangiiiated nt Montreal  between the Ogilvie Milling Co. and  the Lake of the Woods Co.  About half a million  dollais which .  remains in the tie.isiny of the World'*.  Columbian Exposition will be divided /  iiuiong the bli.ueholders next week.  -* . 1  Tho fattoiy of lhe_Biiidley White  Lead  Co.,   at   Biooklyn, ' N.  Y..   wus  Inn ned labt night.  The lo������s is $100,000.  The file thiovvb 125 employes  out of,  vv 01 k  The   shipping    season    opened   'on  Thursday at Montreal with the arrival  of a steamer from Messina with a cargo .  of fruit.   This is   the   earliest  arrival  h 0111 the sea in history.- -'   ���������������,���������' --    --���������    >"*  !   Th'e London1 Daily" Mail   cIaimsrto'  have authority, to  announce   that-������._  'b.ibis of" ponce   has   been 'practically  agieed upon'at Pretoria but says "that'  some little time will elapse before the  details of the plan can be perfected. .  Mi. B ilfour, the government leader,  staled 'in ' the House ' of Commons  yesterday that.utter two confeiences ���������  between Milner, , Kitchener and the  Boeib at Pretbrin, Kitchener has  telused an armistice, but has agreed to :  aftoid every' facility for, the Boer  le ideii'meeting the 'representative*,  of the vaiious-coiiiinsndos, now.in the  field. It is not expected that tbtre  will be a definite settlement inside of  two weeks.   .,,-,  ..,      .  . ,*  Railroad Items. '    5  *r -   1-   .���������- -���������,*.' .;  ,-     .-,    ,  C. C.uey, trainmaster .at, -Field  legistered at thc Bevelstoke' "on  Thursday.    ~--' - ' -'"   -���������'' '    - ���������'  ' Thos.     Gillespie '   returned      from  attending   the'"'labor "'convention '- at  Kamloops   as   representative  of   the  ���������  Kevelstoke   Division.; B.'.R. T. of A.  yestciday. ,. - ,  AV. Neild,  machinist,   who . is   now,  working in the C.P.R. repair shop at,  Kamloops, represented Lodge   Koote.  nay, 258 of the  I-.   A.' "of "M.'.' at   the  Uibor convention at Kaniloop**.     '    ��������� '���������  Kl Chas. Fuller," for several years'in the  ei)iploy_of_3V���������B.irMcg*wI_left"___]ast_!  Week for Revelstoke,shaving- decided  to   change *.his ; occupation   and .go  braking ^for    the.C.  P. R Vernon  News.  ),   *'*.     .���������    '���������- .*���������������������������..= ..,<:    /������������������   .       *S ':.-  -   ���������  Thos. Clouston represented the fi. L.  E. ,it Kanilo'ops',' C. J. Bourne' the B."R. '  T', W.' Hume the B.-L. T.V Ed.  GouUc  the O. R.'T. arid A. McDonald arid 'D.'  Stevens "the    council   'of-   Railroad,  Employes, Kamloops.  ;'. Conductor Craigie, of the I. C R.-  hius been committed atJSt. Peter's,. C.  B., Supteme Court, on*i charge causing  the death of Capt. AngusStewart, whom  lie put off the train as a fast freight  came along and killed him,  *Mi. A. C. Dennis, formerly resident  engineer of the C.P.R. in Winnipeg  and who was transferred to, ths work  uf 1 educing;grades in.the mountain  division, has resigned his position with  the coinpanv and'will probably accept  an important position in the States.  - '  XV. Duperow, chief clerk in the office  of ,M. C. Dickson,'- district passenger  agent G.T.R'.'. atrToronto, has resigned'  and has accepted the positionof general  in mager and secretary . treasurer, of  the Huntsville _k .Lako of f Bays  Navigation Co., vvith headquarters ������t  Huntsville.   " *' -  *  * -r       - -   . - - r ]  Tlie    committee    representing   tha  Canadian PacificRailw.iy telegraphers ������������������  met Mr. C." \V1 'Spencer. ^ Gen������r*l  Supcuntendent of thc Eastern linss at  Montical on Tluu-bday, and placsd  before him a copy of. their revised  schedule, embodying the demands for  increased wages and other concessions.  Tliis step is a formality   obserred   by  tiie Order of Railway Telegraphers,  and is preliminary to thc appearance  ef the General Committee before tha  Management. It is understood tbat  the demands made by the Order  involve a sum exceeding $500,000 per  year. Tliere are 1,200 telegrapher*  employed by thp Canadian Pacific  Railway. -uJ-'.:i-J-i������.   ^ml$t<il\t i[mH ami !|ailwno  FulilUhcd liv  Tbe Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Mitiiagiiit; nii*iM.'i'>r.  and mountains covered with perpetual  snow; besides which, the .approach to  thorn over the plains by the South  Saskatchewan is for nearly 100 miles  through an arid, Kiunlv, treeless plain,  I'liriiiing Hu* northern limitof thegreat  American desert, instead of the rich  j fertile bell, drained  hy  the   northern  more   con-  And it is in  GET  inti-rcstso. the railway men, miuiiiR men ami  l-ii-ines** men ol lhe \Ve������t. Uny*. ot Public-mion  vVftilnus Jay and SfUutdav.  ADVEMISISlI  RITES.  DUjilav nils.,$1.B0 per inch; plnglf rolnmn,  S2 pur fnch when-Inserted ou title pbro  l-i-gnl mis., 10 eentH per ineh (nonparicll Hue  lor lirsl Insertion; Scents Jor.eaeh additional  insertion.* Local notlceii 10 cents per Hn* each  i***iiie. Birth, Marriage and licalli Nmlces  iree.  branch, which is also   the  sicierahle one of the two.  \    Pemi-.vVcel.l.y.IoiirnHl   published   In the   the very, latitude of this belt   that  the  great hnrricr of the Rocky Mis. is cleft  asunder, so that the road "runs along  this fertile '/.one in a direct line up to  tho lowest and easiest piuss as to a  natural gateway leading to the  Pacilic."  Ior  hi-rJCKii'iios hvtrs.  liy mall or carrier, ti per annum; Jl.!  s*ir mouths; strictly in advanee.  OUr. JOB DErAHTMEST.  Is oue ot the best equipped printing oniceB In  ie Wesi and prepared to execute all kinds ol  printing   In Hrsielass style ai lament prices  . No job too large���������none too  Mail orders promptly attended  rial ou \our next order.  the Wesi and prepared to execute i  printing   In llr     '  One price to all  hinall���������lorn  to.   Give un a trial ou jour licit order,  to coHRrarosKSNrs.  We invite correspondent"*) on any subject  ol intere.-t to the Kuiier.il public, ln all cases  l liu bona tide naniu of the writer must accoin-  pmir manuscript, but not necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager  IN EARLY  FOR FIRST CHOICE  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  CAMP OF FISH RIVER  legibly  NOTICE TO COltltESl'OSnBNTI*.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   be  w rittcii on one side of thu paper only.  'J.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  o'the writer.    * -  0   K. GROGAN, Editor.*  Saturday. April 19.1802.  A NATURAL     ���������  RAILROAD ROUTE  The position of1 affairs with" regard  to'the C. N. R,   and   the   Yellowhead  Pass appear**;  briefly to be this.   The  cornjiany   were  asking   powers   this  -session    from    parliament    to   make  several extensions of their system both  on the mainlineandin the construction  of   branches.   One nf these clauses of  the bill confering  these powers gave  the company power to construct a railway from the narrows of L������*iko Manitoba to 'the Pacific   coast   at   or   near  Skeena river by way "of  Pine   Piver  Puss.   This is the route mentioned in  Mr.' Mann's despatch to Mr. "Wells as  from    . Grandview      to      Edmonton.  Another clause provided for a line from  Swan river in' Manitoba   to   connect  with the Yukon Pacific railway  or  to  the.Yellowhead pass as Mr. Mann puts  it*. * Both routes met at Edmonton and  what" was really refused by the railway  committee was   power" to   build'"two  parallel lines from  Manitolw*  through  t he Saskatchewan valley.     From' Edmonton   tlie main line of the C. N. R.  will proceed through* the Pine River  pass to the coast but at Edmonton  it*  will also connect with the Edmonton.  Pacific & Yukon line,'running through  the Yellovvhead pass,   for   which   the  C. N. R.,does  not  actually   hold   the  charter, though no- douut   it   is   the  controlling  clement   in ths syndicate  wliich does hold it.  The bald disjointed talk about  glaciers in the Yellowhead pass, which  was alleged to be the -reason for the  abandonment of the route i.s all nonsense. None of the dozen or more reports  uu the pass, which have from time to  time for thelast forty years and 'more  been made for the Canadian and other  governments, mak������ any mention of  glaciers at all. On-the contrary they  have every one coincided in the opinion  that  ��������� thn ��������� Yellowhead' is   the   most  There is no question nt all on this  head, The Yellowhitad i-i the natural  gateway of the Saskatchewan valley  to the Pacific. The valley itself has  an average'eluvation of from 2100 to  2500 feet. Edmonton itself is laid down  by the* geological survey as 2113 feet  above sea level. Uctwceu Edmonton  and the summit of the Yellow-heail  there aie considerably over 200 miles,  in which to make up the difference in  altitude of 1330 feet. Jlefcween Calgary  and Stcjihen the C. P. It. has only 12U  miles, in which to climb 2100 feet. Au  enormous difference.  But more than this, on the C. P. It.  line, onee the Rockies are climbed theie  are still the Selkiiks and Gold Range  to surmount. On the other hand from  Tete Jaune Cache, at this end of the  Yellowhead pass by the. natural route  down the North Thompson to Kamloops, it is 'down hill ,to the coast  almost ' all, the way./ . And from  Edmonton to the coast by this Hue the  grain of Saskatchewan valley would  reach the coast in about 700 mile.i.  The Centre for all the Big Free Milling; Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek, Etc;  Business Lots, $100.     Corner lots, $150  EASY   TERMS   OF   PAYWIEtit.  A  Ten   Stamp Mill   and   Diamond  Drills,  Etc.,   are   nciw' on   the  way   to  Goldfielda for the Northwestern    Development   Syndic ite.      This means   that    Gold fields    will ' be  the-Biff   Town  in  that District.  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  R. F. PERRY,  Resident Manager.  feasible ot any of the passes through  the Rockies for railroad construction,  with theexception of the', upper Fraser,  Pine and Peace river passes, which all  lie a gb'cd deal further north.  iu.the B. C. sessional peperc of 1806  is embodied a report on* this pass made  by Alfred* Waddington, in *. liook  published iii London" in '1888 and  entitled '��������� Overland Route ��������� through  Dritisk North America. The anther  gives a list of the altitudes of the  various passeH from the Yellowhead  to the l-oundary as follows:  Yellowhead Paw, 3760; llowse Pii**..-,  by lhe Red Deer and BUeberry to the  Columbia, Kill: Kicking Horse Ph������h,  ."j 120; Vermillion Pass by the How river  and Vermillion to the Kootenay, 1917;  Kananaskis Pass from the SSofr by the  Kananaskis and Palliser to the Kootonay, 5085; Kootenay Pass, 50GO. Our  author does not ������ive t.he altitude of  t lie'Crow's Nast Pass but the geological  ���������surrey map gives its summit nir 5.500.  Mr. "Waddington'H comments on tha  impracticability of theHowse, Kicking  Horse, Vermillion and Kananaskis  .Kisses, although somewhat out of data  and largely discounted hy the stern  logic of accomplished facta, are most  emphatic. But what he Fay* with  regard tn the comparative advantages  of the Yellowhead pass remains ttue  for all time;  "With the exception of the Yellow  head pass which ia comparatively'short  and straightand the two last, which  are tolerably' short but too near the  Boundary Line to be available,' the  four others describe themestcircuitous  routes among a labyrinth of glaciero  ln   loss   than   (en -years   the grain  grown   in   the   Saskatchewan   valley  alone   will   equal,   if   not  exceed - in  amount,    the    total   volume   of   tha  present grain production of tlie  whole  Canadian West,    lt   is   grain   of   the  finest quality known on earth,  except  that cultivated at enormous comparative expense in England and Scotland.  There is no section of Oanaela   or   the  United States which can grow  wheat,  oats or barley  of   the   same   average  weight to the   bushel   and   the   same  average number of bushels to the acre.  It is bound   to   capture   the   market,  whenever it is taken.     At   present  it  nearly all goes cast.    But that is not  its natural outlet.     With  this   great  cereal growing section behind them the  coast cities of   British  Columbia hold  the future grain markets of the Pacific  in thc hollow uf lheir hands.    We see  on .the other side e>f the line "Mr. Hill  straining e.'cry nerve to  prepare   the  great   transportation   systems   under  his control for the carriage of thegrain  ������f the'middle  western- states   to   tho  ports on'the Sound.    This he  nails his  *'hig traffic proposition*' to   place   the  great surplus staples   of  Central -and  "Western America at the door   of   the  Orient.   The factors, according to Mr.  Hill, which will make   for   success   in  this undertaking are  shortest routes,  easiest grades, greatest volume of production of the staple articles of traffic.  Mr. Hill is generally supposed to know  what he ia talking  about  and   judged  by his own dictum   the   pri-*ie  of   the  supremacy of the grain markets of the  Pacific belongs to the ports of British  Columbia and.the farming lands of tha  LEGAL  JUL SCOTT   B A., T.L.ll.  Barrister.      Solicitor,    Notary    Public   Elc.  First Street, Revelstoke.  Money to loan.  JJAUVEY, M'CARTER & PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors. Etc.  Solicitors Ior Imperial Bmik of Oanaila  Companv funds to loan nt8 percent.  First Street, Kevelstoke B. C.  SOCIETIES.  P.eil Rose Degree meet3 second and fourth  Tucsdavs of each month; White Rose Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  G. E. GROCAN. HY. EDWARDS,  President. Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular meetings arc held In tht  Oddfellow's. Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 n.111 .-sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. J VINSON. W.M  VV. G. BIRNEY, Rec.-Soe.  -eHURCHES  METHODIST CHURCH, REVEUSTOKK.  Preaching services at 11 a.m. and >-.30 p.m  Cla-i meeting at thc close of the morn ng  service Sabbath School and Bible Clas*. at..-JO  Weekly Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  evening at 7:*XI. The public are cordially  Invited,   beats iree.  Rev. C. Ladner. Pastor.  ST. 1'ETER.S CHURCH,  ANOLICAV.  Eight a.m.. Holv EurharM; 11 a.m., mains,  Utauv and tcrmon (Holy Eucharist tlrst Sun-  I dav in the month!; 2:So Sunday school, or  ! children*.*! service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  i sermon. Holy Days���������The Holy Eucharist is  ' celebrated at 7 a.m. or S a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism afier Sunday School al2:15.  c. a. rKOciiNiEK, Rector.  Saskatchewan valley. And we need  not lose any sleep for fear the shortest,  easiest and mo.t natural route between  the ships and the farmers will not in a  very few years Ix; echoing with the  scream of the locomotive and the  rumble of tlie cars.  il  MINTS  [PROMPTLY 5ECURED1  Write for our intrr-e^tinjf book*** Invent-?  (or** M������lp" ftii-i "Mow ycu are swindled."  js-enri u< .1 rough sketch or model of your in*  iventiou orimprov-enient nnd v-* will tell you?  [free our opinion .n (o -w-lirth^r it U probably*  Patentable. Rejected applications have often?  ktwen ������ucce������"mfully pron-rcitled bye us. We)  y con (I net fully equipped office* In Montreal?  ��������� and Washington; tnK������|iifllifie������ us to prompt-)  ly dispatch worle and quick lv *��������� enrr Pntents)  \n+ bro *d as the invention. Highest references?  I furnished.  i    Patent* procured through  Marion ������ Marion receive special notlcr without charge In 3  over 100 newspapers distributed throughout (  ithe Dominion. a ,  )   Specialty'.���������Patent business of   Manufacturer* and Hngineers.  MARION-& MARION  Patent Experts and Solicitors.  5_��������� f   New York Life a'Wz.rimUt.ll  S������*J���������'    I   Atlantic Bldt-.Waihlng-tofi DX^j  rRESBYTEKIAN CHURCH.  ?erv!ce every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:.T0p.m.  Ui which al) are welcome. Prayer meeting at  S p. m. every Wednesday.  ' kkv. W. C. Calder, Pastor.  koma:-- catholic ciivrcii.  Mann   at 10:30 n. m ,   on   Hrst,  iccond  and  lourth Sundays In the month.  ' REV.   KATHKR  THAYKR.  (UI.VATION  aj*.my.  Meeting every night la their Hall on  Front  8t'r������e't.    H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMWT.  DF.KR HEADS, IIIBD3. Etc. .MOUNTED,  Kur< CI"������n<*(t nnd pi'-alred.  JU8T KAST OF  PKESKVTKKIAX  IJIIL'RCII  Third Street.  4+**********Ull 11)11111**  PELLEW-HARVEY, |  BRYANT & GiLMAN |  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, B.C.   '  E-itabllfllicd 1890  AMAY WORK OF ALL DMCRIPTI0N8  I UNDERTAKIM.  Tent������ made un to 3,0001 bv  A specialty made of checking Smelter  Pulp*!.  Samples from thc Interior by mail or  express promptly attended to.  Correspondence solicited**  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ******* ������mniiH it i nt if  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School ol Mine*, ty>ndon.    Seven  y^ar*.  al  Morfa   Works,  Swansea.     17   yeari   Chiel  Chemist   to Wi^an Conl snd  Iron Co.,   F.ng.  I.atc chemist and Amayer, Hall Mines, l.td.  Claims examined and r-iported npon.  -   Ferguson. B.C  Canadian Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTBOUND     8:20  WESTBOUND.  17:."0 .  SOUTHBOUND     8:10  TOURIST    CARS.  DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Wednesdays k Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  FltKE nun MEETS ALL TRAINS.  IRST 'CLASS   ACCOSfMODATION.  HEATED BT HOT AIR.  REASONABLE KATfiS.  Brown & Guarln, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  HOURLY STREET CAR  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  I1AR WELL SUPPLIED BY THE CHOICEST  WINEB,  LIQUORS AND CIOAR8  LOW RATE TICKETS^ .  Now - on Sale from Eastern Pomt3  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  Wholesale ind Retail Dealers  TO-  -CHINA,  JAPAN,  TO AUSTRALIA    ALASKA  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  For full information, printed  matter, etc., call on or addresH,  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.    ;MU i TON. -  SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  T.  W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Revels lake.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vauco nver.  ���������l''t*'i'+*fr't'*t'l''i*-l'4'*i*'i**i'*i*-i**i.<**_.+**_r**.*  A. I imi  Baker and  i. Cf\-nff^r*t\i  _  irkTiAr?  & mt.  MINES EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT; AND SOLD  We have purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines'and prospects, and desire to'hear.'from prospectors iind'others having property  for sale. -..."���������  Our fjicilities for making quick sales are unrivalled.'*';: r"  Soud us reports; also samples of oi*e for exhibition at our Office.  T  E MINES EX      ANGE, LIMITED, -������������������..  p'.'0'*?*.70... ' '   . Hetooii, B.O.  A' full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  and Railway Street.  VjixXaxxXXJuIJuLXXiLXXXiIXXXAU  TtTTtttTTTTTI IM'H I   I I I  I I I  I V  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Riinnint; between A rrowlifftft, Tlmm-ton's  Lftndfng Anrl Comftplfx, eomrncnctntf Ootober  Mth, 1901, will null im lollows. wcntlier permitting:  Lcnrlnit Arrotvlieail for Tliomion'.i Lnri'llng  mid C'omiii.Iix twice'lnlly���������ink. nml ICk.  I^nvlnR CnmKpIIx urift llioni������on'fi Lnncllnfl*  for ArrowhCHil twlee dully���������7:1..k ������nd I2:4.r>k  Mnklni; close eonneL'tliiiiH ������lth nil C I'. R.  Steamers nud Trn.lu.1.]  Theownern rencrvo the right to change times  ol sailings without notice.;  The Fred Robinson tumber^Co., Limited  II. ������. I'ARSON, I'resldent:  M. J. O'BRIEX, Managlag Dlrettor  me Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Go.  LImltedLIabllity.'  *    .    , Carry a full and complete line of -    _ -     ; *-"  Scotch and Rye Whiskl������a,,Bban*dlco, Rums,  Holland,'Old Tom', London Dry and'Plymouth Oln*,!  Ports, 8h9rl������s, Olarots, Ohampagnt, Liquors  Imported' and' Domestic Olflrara.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  isessGriieafff^^  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords,  BEST W!NES~UQUORSf CIGARS  LargCi Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  Laces and Braids 1  A Ihtkc range of Point Lace,  Duchess and Battenburg  Braids, 8tamp������d Designs,  HlampcdLlnenH, Km broidery  Needles, Hooks, die.  Berlin and Zephyr Wools, atl  shades, Slipper Soles, Valen-  clences Lace, Insertion. '  Call at the ���������     ���������mm  THE Cin EXPRESS  ,   E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  MADISON PARLORS;  Misses Sheppard & Bell j  McKenzie Avenue      oci3  r*s������������srex_ossx5ir^^  LIVE, AND LET LIVE!!  Please don't try and run us  out of town hy sending your  orders, cant. We must have  your work in order to live.  We depend on you for our_  work! Ea*.tern house* do"*  noil Dn nut allow yourself  to be roped ia by their peddlers. We also guarantee  to give you better satisfaction for your money.  .li Next the McCarty Block.  ;        ��������� '    _* *        *  Prompt dellrary of parcels, baggage, ft*.  '   to any part of the olty '  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at R. II. Smythi's'Tobacco  tore, or byTelephoutKo.7willrecei������e prompt  t ten tion.,  '      -'~-  -y        ' .  J&& E iWoodrow  Retail Dealer in���������.  B'c������rt/:Poipk,  MiiiibnvEtc,  Fish"and GaW-fa Smmmoa....  All orders pronptly fll!a&.  '^^SSfSSSmu .'KBYBirSfOHH, B,������  va -  xwm  ta *k0j*jfWJrj9i*&*M*&^  *V  The Smelting Centre of the Similkameen Valley. Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by the following resources: Cool, gold, copper, silver and a fine agricultural country. Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance) with a climate almost southern  and all that could be asked.  ASHNOLA is owned and backed by the payroll of the Similkameen Valley Coal Company, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. The equipment and development of their coal mines, installing  of water, electric light and power plants are already arranged for. Thu development of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine by the Eastern Capitalists who have established their payroll at ASHNOLA, makes it the  coining city of the interior of British Columbia.  A City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity!  Lots in Ashnola are safe investments. In Blocks 1 to \ and 13 to 20 the price will be advanced 2jc.  per month until May 1st, 1002,* and to ten percent, in the remaining blocks. The present price is from ������50 to  $225.   Twenty-five percent, cash, three, six and nine months without interest.  Arrangements are aheady completed for Eight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  the company at Ashnola.    This work will be under full headway by May 1st.  Four years ago the Crow's Nesfc Shares could be In-night and were sold at 11 cents. Today they are  quote 1 at $80.00. With tbe advent of transportation, Similkameen "Valley Coal can be delivered at any  point in West Kootenay or Yale as cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.   NELSON,  B. C.   ���������������#>#,i>J������jP'jM)Ml'������j������^^  THE TOWNSITE OF  ���������CIRC Ib  is HOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo ���������Lots  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   the   proposed  surveyed  Railway   already  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of  the'^Lardeau Pass,^Galeha  8 and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  __.._..  Development.        .... . .     -    .  1TOTIOE  N'  OTICE���������llintsi:  after  the Chief   Commissioner  lend  of  to ujjuly to        - - ��������� ���������   ...  Luiuls Alio Works for permission to pureliuse  .120ncres of lnnd situateon the Northeast Arm  of Arrow Lake, in the District of West Kootenay B.C., nnd described as follows:  Commencing from S.W. corner of Lot 1M1,  thence North ai-troiioinl<*ul -JO clniins; thencu  \Ve.*.t SO ehnins; thence South 110 ehnins approximately; tliencv lam chains .North-  1-iisU-rly to point of commencement.  FliFLD. ROBINSON.  i oli. ,1���������if C. It. Sit KN E, Ago  t.  TSTOTIOE.  TAKK NOTICK thm sixty dnys nfier dntc I  liilcml to npplv to the Chief f'oinmis**ioncr  of l.nnds nml \ii.rks for i.ernii**-*ion to pur  clia*-e n parcel of lnnd described ns follows:  Commencing* nt n post mnrked Alice I'eir*.'.***  No. 1 Post; ihence west "0 ehnins; thence  North ���������lOclmin.'.; thencu linst 20chains; thence  South 40 chains to point of commencement.  Tliis fraction of land commences North of it.  I*\ J'crrj's pre-emption following JfcKenzic's  North-Wesi Line, comfi'miim about 80 acres,  more or less.  ALICE I'1'.ltllY.  Goldiields, xov. 27,1901. -       neo-1-iin  IsTOTIOEi  NOTICE is hereby- given that 30 days after  ilnle 1 intend to apply lo the Chief Coni-  missionerof Lands nnd Works Ior permission  to em nml carry nwny timber from llie follow-  ing described lands:���������tjominciieiug nt a post  nt the south-en-l corner ol linger I'". I'crr.v'**  pre-emption, marked "Southeast conur ol  timber limit applied for by F. .1. (ioId*.inith";  ihence we**t -Hi ehnins; thencu norlh 100 clinln-*;  tlicnce east 40 chains to Kisli Creek; Ihcnce  following tliunieimderings of 1'lsh Creek 10U  chains to point ol commencement; containing  010 ncres, more or less.  F. J. OOMMMITH,  Thomson's Landing, October lOUi, 1DU1.  '35TOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICE thnt CO clavi nfter date I  linen*?, to npnlv to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands nnd Works for permission to purchase  the following described innds:  Commencing at n post mnrked "F. McAdnms'  o. l l'ost," situtite close to tlie old line ol  Hill it Hrnntlord's pre-emption, l'isli Creek,  llience north 10 ehnins, thence \ve**t au ehnins,  thence south -10 chains, tlienee cast 20 ehnins  to point of commencement.  Goldiields, Jim. lSlli, 1002.  E. McAdam.  NOTICE.  ���������TAKE NOTICE that CO dajs after date I  * intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and works Ior permission to cut and  carry away timber from tlio following described lands:  Commencing at a post marked Jfoger F.  Perry's southeast corner post situate about 200  feet from Scott Creek, thence west 40 chains;  tlicnce north 1G0 cnaius; tlieucccastlO chains;  thencesouth 1C0 chains, tn the place of commencement; containing GUI ncres.  KOGER F. PERRY.  Goldiields. B. C, Oct 17th, 1901.      Nov. G-tf.  ustoticj-e]  Corporation of the* (ity of  Revelstoke.  By-Law Number  A Bylaw to Raise the Sum of  $7,000 for Street Purposes  and Sidewalks.  utilized next Season by  Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  Gi; B* BATHO,  Ferguson, B. O.  IN THE  COL'N'IY   LOL'RT   OF'KOOTENAY,  HOLDEN AT REVELSTOKE.  BirnvEnx:��������� '  Robert Calev, ol Revelstoke, B.C., plii.iitiff.  and  X. Haskell, of Revelstoke defcudnnt.  To.N. Iln**kell the nbove, named defendant:���������  TAKK NOTICE that a default summons and  plaint hnve been issued out ol this Court  against vou in an nction ag-ilnst you by Robert  Calev, (if Revelstoke, B.C.. to recover the sum  of fiOOO for board and lodging furished to  vou bv the nbove named plaintiff, and-that in  pursuance of an order of His Hon. J. A. Forin,  Judge of this Court, vou are required within  11 davs from the publication of this notice in  the R'f.vki-stokk IIekai.ii, newspaper, to liie your  dispute note, if anv, with the Registrar of tills  Court at Revelstoke, otherwise Judgment will  be entered ai'nlnst you.  Dated this Ctb March, -'��������� .!>., 1902.  -   FRED. FKASER,  P.esistrnr of the Jountv Court.  NOTICE.  Engineers'. Firemen. Machinists and  Electricians seiid for 40 page pamphlet  containing   questions   asked-"; by    Ex  amininfifBourd o[ Engineers" to"bbtain  Engineers license.  Keller, Publisher.  Louis, M'o., U.S.A.  ".Address Geo.  A  IS   S. 4th St..   St.  Me Mil  --'*Is the recognized "cn'Riin for all the latest mining news"of North  Kootenny. 'Particular attention is paid to securing early and reliable  intelligence'from the newly discovered Free Milling Oold Gumps on Fish  "Hirer And" fjf-o^t^phicer^and'qiihi't'z-iriines^fthe-Big-Bend-and'disti'ietv1  in the immediate activity of Revelstoke, such as Illecillewaet, Albert  Canyon, Jordan Pass and Isaac Creek. Next season will witness a big  revival of certainty throughout North Kootenay, and mining men and  others desirous ofgaining the earliest and most authentic news from the  district will find the columns, of the HERALD their best source of  information., - _-*"-  Ha il way News'' is also a' Specialty of tho HKRALD and articles of  special interest to Railway men will also be found in its columns.  AS AN ADVERTISING  . .THE HERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  andth'e class'of renders, which it reaches,, unparalleled in the district, lb  appears twice to any other paper's once a week and is found in the homes  of the wage-earning classes, the backbone of the business of the district.  Bus'newmen want their announcements to reach the home people who  have the money to take advantage of their offers and the homes and  fatuities which fonder it necessary for them to spend it. No other class nf  circulation is of any use to them. These are the kind of people who make  up a'big proportion of. our Subscribers, people with homes, families,-  employment and interests right at home, the people Revelstoke nierch-  ontiWant'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 Revelstoke business.   -  JOB PRSNtlNd DEPARTMENT  Is thc completest in the district for appliar-.es, material and  Craftsmen. Our work speaks for itself. No other oflice in North  Kootenay can touch'it, because we not only have the tools to do good  worlt with, .but we know how to uso them. Call and see our Samples'and  you|jivill jferhaps be surprised to.see the artistic and finished class of work  which w6 can turn out.   Prices graded down to suit the times.  Certificate of Improvements.  ���������3STOTIOE  Morning Star, Walrus, Sea Lion nnd Ilonnnza  Mineral ulnlins, situate in the I.ardeau Mining  Division of Weit Kootenav District Wliere  located: On llenlienlck* Creek, near i'ish  Khcr.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C. Green, acting as  agent for Angus McKay, F. M. U. B 32005, and  J. B. McKenzie, Free M'ner's Certilicate No.  B nXrii, intend, sixty days from thc date hereof,  to apply tothi'Minlng Keeorder Ior crtiilcntes  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown tiranl.sof tlie above claims.  And further take notice lliat action, under  section lit. must be commenced beforo t e  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this lirst day of March, 1002, A.D.  - -      , - -,���������-- * --1-..C..ORERN,  per I*'  s c  ' Nelson, B C.  Certificate of Improvements.  IsTOTIOIE  Centre Slar and Kvenlng Star 'Mineral  Claims, vliuaic in the I.ardeau .Mining Division  of West Kootonay District. Wliere located :  On Menhenick creek, near Fish Klrcr.,  TAKK NOTICE that I, F.C. Green, 'leting as  agent for i. li. McKenzie, Free Miner's Certificate No. 11 320io. intend, sixtv days from the  date hereof, io apply to tho Mining Keeorder  or Certi Hemes nf Improvements, Ior the purpose ot obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims. -  nd further lake notice that action, under  section '.11. must be commenced before the  issuance of Mich Certllloutes of Improvements.  Dated this first day of .March. 1902, A. D.  F.C. (IKE   N,  per F. S C ,  Nelson. H.C.  Certificate of Improvements.  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.S2 PER YEAR, IH ADVANCE.  Red Fox and P-idgc Mineral Claims, situate  In the I.������rd������nu Mining Division of West Kootenay llistrict. Where located : On Menhenick  Creek  near Fish Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C Green, acting as  agent lor Angus McKay, Free Miner'; Certificate No. B 3->00i. intend, sixty days -from the  dale hereof, lo apply to the-Mining Keeorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining Crown Grants ol the above  claims.  And further, take notice that nction, under  section 37, must be coininenced bclore the  issuance oi such Certillcatesof Improvements.  Dated this Hrft day ol.March, 1002, A. I}.  F.C. GREEN,  u        per V. S C .  Nelson, B.C.  3STOTIOE  TAKE NOTICE llial GO days n.tcr date I  intend to npplv to the Chief commissioner of  Lauds and Works for permission to purchase a  piece oi land described as follows :  Commencing at ii post marked F.J ��������� old-  smith's No 1 post, thence south 40 ehnins j  llience enst 40 chains ; thence north 40 chains;  tlicnce west 40 vhains, to point ol commencement���������-1B0 acres more or less. This land was  staked bv J. Ii. JIcKenzie last June. Has a  purchase No. 1 post about 100 feet from Gold-  liuch trnll nnd nbont 'ix>0 feet up hill, (he east  line lollowitig Fish Kiver.-   .  Located Februarv 20,1502,  *      F. .1. GOLDSMITH,  .   ~ Goldiields, U. C.  WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to improve certain streets in the City of Kevelstoke  by grading, gravelling and ditching the snme  nnd tocoiihtruct sidcwnlks iu ami along certain of the Streets of the said city;  AND WHEREAS it is expedient to borrow  the sum of Seven Thousand Dollais for the  purposes aforesaid;  ND WHEREAS the whole amount ol  rateable real properly ol the snid city,  according to the last revised assessment  loll is Six Hundred and Fifty-three Thousand  I'wo Hundred and Seventy-one Dollars;  AND WHERE S it will be requisite to raisi  annually by special rntcsuilicleut therefor the  sum of Five liundred and Forty-two Dollar.*  nud one cent Ior paying the said debt and  interest thereon;  NOW THEREFORE, the Munleipul Council  ol lhc Corporation of the City of Itevclstoke  enacts ns follows;  1. It shall be lawful for thc Mayor of the  Corporation ol Hie City of Kevelstoke to  borrow upon llie credit of the said Corporation by way of debentures hereinafter  mentioned from any person, persons, llrm  boOy or bodl-s corporate, who may be willing  to advance the same as a loan, a sum of motic}  not exceeding in tlie whole the sum of Seven  Thousand Dollars to cause all such siimli sc.  raised or received to be paid into the bauds of  the Treasurer of the Corporation for tlu  purposes and with the objects hereinbefore  recitud,  _>. Itshall be lawful for the Mayor of thc  snid Corporation to cause any number oi  debentures to be made, executed and Issuer!  for such sum or sums as may be required foi  tlie purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding however the sum of Seven Thousand  Dollars, each of thc debentures being of the  denominntion of One Thousand Dollars, and  all such debentures shall be sealed with thc  Seal of the Corporation and signed by'the  Mayor thereof.  3. Thc said debentures snail bear the date  of loth May, A.D. 190'i, and shall be made  payable in Twenty-live years from the said  date in lawful money of Canada, at the oSlce  f the Molsons Hank in Kevelstoke aforesaid,  which said place of payment shall be  designated by said debentures and shall have  attached to them coupons Ior the payment ol  Interest and the signature to the Interest  coupons may be either written,printed, stamped or lithographed.  ���������1* The said debentures shall bear interest at  live per centum per annum from the date  thereof, which interest shall be payable  scini-a .-linally at the office of the Molsons  bank, in Revelstoke aforesaid, in lawful  money ol Canada, on tho 15th day ol May and  loth day of November respectively ill each and  every year during the currency thereof, and  itshall be expressed in said debentures and  coupons to beso payable.  5. Itshall be lawful for thc Mayor of thesaid  Corporation to negotiate and sell the said  debentures, or any of them, for less than par  and iu no case shall the said debentures, or  any of them, be . negotiated or sold for lcs*.  than ninety-five per centum of their value,  including the cost of negotiating and sale,  brokerage and all other necessary expenses.  IS. There shall be raised and levied iu each  year during the currency of said debentures  the sum of Three Hundred and Fifty Dollars  for the payment of interest and Oue Hundred;  and .-inety-two Dollars and one cent fori  payment of the safd debt under the. said  debenture*!! by a. special rate sulliclcnt therefor  on all the rateable real property in the said  Municipality.  7. .t shall bo lawful for the said Municipal  Council to repurchase any ol. said debentures  upon such terms as may be agreed upon with  the legal holder or holders thereof, either at  the time of sale or any subsequent time or  times, and all debentures so repurchased  shall forthwith be cancelled and destroyed  and no reissue of the debentures shall be  made in consequence of such repurchase.  ' 8. The Bylaw shall take effect on the loth  day of May, A.D., 1902. -    _  * Rend allrst time April 12th, 1902.  '' Read a second time April 12th, 1902.  Read a third time April 12th, 1902.  Received tlie assent of the blcctors    "    1902.  Reconsidered and finally passed and adopted  by the Council 1902.  City Clerk Mavor  MILLIONS IN  -nsroTiOE  NOTICE IS IIEKKBi GIVEN lliat 30 dnys  after date, I intend to make application to the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol Lands  and Works for a special licence to fell and  enrry awav timber from the following described lands:  No. 1.  Commencing at "a post planted about SO  chains north of St. Leon Hot Springs on the  Arrow Lakes a>;d marked J. T. foulh west corner,, thence enst 1U0 chains ; llience north 40  ehnins ; tlicnce wet 100 chains ; tlicnce south  40 ehalns to place of commencei-t^nt.  . . _         No. a'.'  TAKE NOTICE that the above is a true  copy of the proposed livlaw upon which the  vote of the Municipality will be taken atthc  Fire Hall, Second Street, Rcvclst .kc, between  thc hours of eight o'clock in the forenoon and  four o'clock In the afternoon on the Thirtieth  day of April, A.D.,1902.  C. E. SHAW,  Cletk of thc Municipal Council.  Commencing at a post planted about II miles  south from the mouth of Deep creek at Galena  Bay, Arrow Lakes, marked J. 1'. and beli'g  about 0 chains east of T.ll.l).\s south west corner post: thence westSO clmins ; thencu south  SO chains; thence cast 80 ehnins ; tlicnce north  80 chains to place of commencement.  Nelson, B. C., March 3rd. 1002.     *  JAMES A. TAYLOR,  Arrowhead.  Certificate of Impveroments.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,    IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIM8.  S'.TITATE  IN   THE  REVELSTO   E  MINING  Division of Wet Kootenay District.  where Locaud: On Kevstone Mountain,  Big Bend, near Downie Creek.  TIKE NOTICE that I, Geo. S. MeCarter  acting as tgent for J D. Graham, Free Miner's  Certificate No. I), 3724 and for W. II. Vickcrs,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 60821. intend 60  davs Irom the date hereof to applv to thc  Mining Recorder for Certificates ol Improvements for thc purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claims.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action  under Section 37, must be commenced before  ihe issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Cited this 10th dar of February. A D.1902.  F������b 12-t. O������o. S. meOmrtar.  nultc.   Sliver   Bow  nnd    Black    Diamond  Mineral Claims, s male in the Lardeau Mining  Division ol West    ooienay District.  " Where Loeuted:   Near the Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.  TA E NOTICE that I, A. I*. Cummins, as  Agent for the Double Kaglo Mining and Development Compnnv. limited, of Ferguson,  B f, I'ree Miner's Certlllcate No. UI.8AI,  Intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the ��������� liilng recorder for a Certilicate  nf Improvements, for the purpose nf obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And i urther Take    otice that action, undo  Section 37,   must  be   commenced  before thc  issbuiice of such Certlllcate of Improvements  Datcd'thls twcntv-ihirddnyol January, A.D,  1902.  A.I'. CUMMINS, P.L.S.  Feb. 0���������tf  Corporation of the City of Revelstoke  8EALED TENDERS addressed to thc under*  signed and endorsed "Flre Alarm" will be  received up to noon ou Friday, April 25th,  for the placing in position ol about 20 (twenty)  Ilrealarin poles, and the stringing of alarm  wires thereon. Tenders to state price per pole.  C. E. 8HAW, City Clark.  Revelstoke, M>rll Mth, 1902.  Kvury ilny ot* two one loads ip tiie  news ..in poi* -lispatches thnt this or that  I'uilioul i.*������ spending millions of dollar*  Toi* "new equipment." To the average  persons these announcements have no  p ii'tii'ul'ii* significance, except perhaps  that it mc.'ins :t temporary spurt in  business and is an evidence of and will  prolong prosperity. But to the railway  voi kers these statements sound omi-  'ioiis. They indicate only too truly thnt  the rnilioad toilers are confronted by  the same conditions'that the mchan-  ius of the various trades meet. The  ������ niiier ate face to face with modern  labor saving methods.  "Changes may occur on the Michigan  Central railroml in the near future  ���������vhich will entirely revolutionize the  ti'.iffic dppai ttnent of the system," say������  the Toledo Bee, in throwing light on  this question of load improvement.  "There* is an increasing 'bitterness  imotig the employes of the road, ac-  ���������nrding to recent reports, cnusrd by  the dismissal of one hundred brakeman  within the last few months. Ths discharges were due to the mechanical improvements which, while lhey mode it  possible for the road to handle a  greater amount of business, were fatal  to the jobs of the employes.  "Tho worst of tha situation is yet to  I'onie. Conductors of freight trains by  '���������he score have received intimations  that their positions are insecure, and  no surprise would be expressed if ihu*  axe fell at any time. It is simply a case  nf man versus the machine, and in this  case tlie machine .seams to have the  better of the argument. The Michigan  Central has been improvingthe quality  of its rolling stock and equipment, and  now it is in.better shape thau ever be-  f ire in its history. New freight cars  have been ordered by tliu hundred and  finally new locomotives of' immense  power and of the latest pattern. These  "battleships,"as they are termed in the ,*  parlance of the railroad, are the Veal  cause of the dismissal of the one huri-  ���������Ired brakemun, and will be the" cause  of the ultimate dismissal of perhaps  hundreds of other employes.  "Formerly, thirty-five freight'cars  were considered a fairly large number-  in a train.* With the new locomotives  no limit, practically, is placed' on the  number which can be hauled. Severity  five and eighty' cars are somewhere  near thn average .train, and if need be _  this number can be nin into the' hiin-'  dreds without any great inconvenience  to the 'battleships.'  "One engine or the new type does the  work of two. Consequently, one conductor does the work of two,''and ons  hrukeman does the work"of two" with  tlie improved system of airbrakes. Engineers,     firemen,     conductors ���������   and  brakemen are affected 'by  ihi: 'newci  c *     . . *  condition of things, and there is' consequent woe among the. employes.  Employes. are being laid off a few at a  time, as the new.engines arrive at tbe  various headquarters."���������Cleveland Citizen.  NOTE AND COMMENT  Wright Porritt  o Is to'bo found at his Photographic   Studio   in   tiie   ������������������  Tapping Block daily dnr-  ipg oflice hours.  Wright Porritt  o  Kevelstoke, B. C  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The  choice land   north  of  track,  between Tapping's ami Long's, will  be  subdivided for sale as   soon as  possible.  O. M. SPROAT,   VICTORIA,   B.  Agents  Wanted!!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To represent tlie old reliable  Ijondon)) k Lancashire Life.  Tho Children's Endowment,  nnd ten payment bond policies,  etc*.  Most parents are willing to  give (heir boyf. a start in life  by taking an endowment made  payable iit age 30, paying the  premium until the boy i.** able  to carry it himself.  GEO. D. SCOTT,  Mannger.for IJ.O.'��������� Noith west.���������Yukon  Vancouver, B. C.  Mr. Dunsmuir declares that his only  object in the C.N.R. deal is t he good' of  tha   province   and  to   see   Victoria a  transcontinental terminus. But ths  point is in a nutshell this. - Is it for tha  good of the pro vince, to pay Messrs.  McKenzie k Mann two million: dollars  an.l eight million actus of land in older  lo make Victoria a transcontinental  terniiuu**? And even if the province  does pay this enormous bonus can  Victoria in the nature of things ever '  become more than _ a makabelie're  terminus for a transcontinental rail-*  way?  Express Delivery  AU orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  H. Cook.  MOSCROP. ..  Sanitary Plumbing:, Hot 'Water  And Steam Heating;, Gas  Fitting  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  The inscription on poor" Davin's  stature in Ottawa is to be, "Ths man  who espoused the women's cauie'in  parliament." Surely he deserves a,  better fata thair to ro down to posterity solely through his passing support  of a really unite unimportant piece of  reform, in-the'region of mere political  machinery. His admirers in ths east  seem to ha dimly aware that Davin  was something out of the ordinary,  but they are too obfusttcated in' their  narrow politics io see where bis greatness really lay. The man's true life  work was done for the west. He was  a dreamer of great dreams, the kind of  dreams thnt come true. He saw the  immense possibilities which the future  has in store for weitern Canadt as few  of us even yet see them. Becausa he  saw them he was claohed as a vision-  ary. Bye and bye we shall all sec  thetn and think we always did see'  them, which will not be true. Meanwhile Davin is conveniently labelled aa  the man who advocated tbe causa of  woman's suffrage in the" Commons,  Poor Davin!  ^i .May lie made in weai'inp;  ties'  or������  Ii.it yu'iir greatest mistake'will  in; miili! in not wearing one.  'I'll I'y ���������are; a. great prevenl.il ive  nl' cull! and .nobody should' In*  without .-one when7 they .���������can  uolthem so cheap.at the  CANADA DRUG.,& BOOK CO.  .....All Sizes.and Prices;.  :   See them in our-window.  BORN  Drr.Wl.T���������Un   tin*  llt.li   inst.,   In   Air.  and .Mrs. P.  Dnl'.iult. a daughter.  Fn-'l-: ���������At   Arrowhead,   on    llu*    IH1I1  iiifst. , to .Mi*, and Mrs. J. Fife, a .-on.  MARRIED.  l)i*:i!.\xi:o���������Aji.\.\-.���������On l."itli ins.1.. at  St. Saviour''.*.. NeUnn, by Huv. F. 11.  I Jf.-ibain. Sara Edith, daughter ol  .Mr: \V. T. Aman. of liiverpoul, 10ng..  and sit-lcr nf .Mr. C. .1. Aman, nl  XcUon. to Ivi Win Debanco, of Man.-  burg, (j ei mill iy. and Unlit*. jMnnr.  NOTES OF  NEWS  ��������� l*Yc.-.h f.'iiicerii's at A.  >*. Smith'.*'.  ���������'J'he pl:ice to buy Boy������" .School  Shoes is at. lteid it Young's.  ('. .1. Kmiieus is in from the Standai d  [!a>iif.  .Mr. and .Mis. L. Didisheim left rnr  J.us.sland'yesterday iiioi-ning.  .Mrs. Geo. Hisleen .leTl ou a visit to  St. Paul this morning.  .Men's and Children's ready to wear  Clothing at Hi-id & Young's.  A falsa'alarm turned out the Xo. 1  lire brigadeon Wednesday night.  ���������A washing kid glove in whites and  pearls at Reid & Young's.  ���������I. It. Cameron of thc Queen's liolel,  Comaplix, is in town for a few days.  Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, etc.,  cheap at the lievelstoke Furniture Co.  ��������� Ladies' Kid Cloves, best French  make, in undressed and dressed kul.  in all shades, at Keid & Young's.  There was -no meeting of (lie  executive of the board of trade on  Thursday inoriiing.  ���������.lust opened up today. 20 ilozi-n  I-iidius' Blouses in all Lhe new cut patterns and styles at lteid it Young's.  XX'. Shannon and Harry Corbet I  came in from the Lardeau mi "Wednesday's train.  ���������AV. B. Pool and .!. ,1. Yonng were in  from Ferguson on Thursday-ami went  south next morning.  Subject for tomorrow night in the  Methodist Church will he, "Godliness  and Life"���������"Viitue and Glory."  John Sandeison returned on Friday  from pulling in the winter at work at  the Nettie L. mine near Ferguson',  ��������� PA1NTFK W^NTFD���������.Must be  first class. Highest, wages paid. Apply  to NY. G. Birney  .   The head oflice of  thu Cleveland  -.V  HriUs.li Columbia .Mining Co.. has be<*n  transferred from Kossland   to   Bevel  ���������stoke.  ���������.1 usl opened tip today, five cases of  Shoes in "Women's, Misses' and Chil  .drenV "Slippers and Gloves at Keid "\*  You tig's.  The Fred "Robinson Lumber Co's.  saw mill at Comaplix will resume  operations for the season the first of  next week.  .Air. AV. M. Brown and ^Irs. Guerin  leave to night for a 'visit to .Mrs.  Guerin's father, Mi*. George Brown at.  Kngle Point. Southern Oregon.  There was a moetingofjllieexecutive  ^>y.*^-r_;5������*5^**5S������~,-rpw.*.*.;'* .-;-  i.-S,S?> ' xZ^'r*.i,^**-.i"$������&Z&'  ���������TyjiZ^i?:,  "-���������-'.* - .-���������- ;:"-' ���������ty'.^i".  ' NAME  OH   EVERY   PIECE.'  Ciij  fMm  i:  ���������>  s?mwmwwmmmwwwBmfffflffB8������ p  e*.  l������<S���������-  ^  Sa^    |������1  'ik"k tJ*# r. fl * I*: f-s ^-y  vj-3���������  is���������  ix?"���������   tx/=t. m;s;  ..sp.**-   a \*a  Stvw   isSia Vi  ���������&>-���������. ', ���������   .  15?-"��������� -  *S*~"  Beg to rail your attention to thc fact that  they have just received and opened tip a  splendid shipment,of  ���������rS������  ���������������.'.���������*������>  RT/fJ-OGDSgf  l   ft.   ������    2���������t is    i *"i���������  <g>  We have  This .shipment is imported direct from Scotland..     Ave   have  saved   thc ; middleman's,  profit and wish;to give yon the benefit of; it..'-;  Not only*arc the pricesmore-reasonable, but  the.goods are better.     ... ,    *-.  Tlic.sefscw   Spring  Goods   consist   of '.'  Dress    Goods',',,  Silks,  /Muslin's,.;* Satins,    .,  "Organdie's,'" Pique, ��������� Veilings,   Duclcj etc.������������������'-������������������-.  We   invite you   to   eome-itv and   inspect  '������������������'them.'. '/"'?'  gM& 1%!S_SJ'   Vt������*'   ������2 SH  '   CiVE2itf-&&JCx^''2^  -Zfrpi tr*   .  li      5!  S t*~  the   reliable;  S ������ -ii**.  Don' forget that wc carry  Empress Shoe for Ladies..  .<UJ*  call/and; inspiiCt tiii  '���������' nenv/'con^gnme^x'qf  r__s.  of all. kinds  ////"'/a'nd ;���������/;:///'������///'//  jiist/Qpened/iip../.;/;/  '-* vl  1 ,\  ,VV"e have   a, large '.*-;lu'pnicnt of   I'naid- ���������������������������������������������-  Linoleum and Floor Cloilis jii.sl/.in. *,*.. --,*......  All kinds of Rubbers and Rtibbcr Boots.  . A'ednVplete line ;6f Gent's Furnishings.  CH^ir.-rifi      ������������������   e-s. .--fjrv iisca:/lS^  P=T>, v!5B* IT**:  ^HyMiii^Un^  MACKENZIE 'AVENUI'.   .  ���������",i*:A'.i  ���������Fresh butler at A. N...Smith's'.  The. Grangomen will celebrate the  12th" of .Tuly line. It is eN-pc-rced that  the lodges in-Kootenay. Yale and  Cariboo will meet, here and eelebrate  the day this year.      '  A meeting ol the Taleiit Spc*i.*ty (*���������!  Si. PeterV will be held al liie Yit:.iratce  on Tuesday al'lernoon at four o'eloi k  A full at tendance of members i-*  requcsted as biibincss of importance  will tie discussed.  The Oddfellows of bolh lodge.- wiii  parade from llio Kevelstoke lodge  room to tho I're&byleriaii chinch on  Sunday evening. April :'7th. lliat being  the anniver.-ary of tho in-Hitiiiioii ol  thf-order over SO years ago. Yisiting  brethren cordially invired to attend  the ].arade.  Mr. and Mrs. A.N. .Smith and faniih  are leaving town on the lii-.*,t of tlio  week for a year's visit to i he east, for  the benelit of Mr. Smith'** neaith  The lllou.M.n sincerely hor.ed that the  trip will have t.he desired obji-cl. Mr.  \V. 3. Dickey will be in charge of the  business during 3ir. Ftmith'**,  absence.  C. F- Freemaii Like, nf the G.IML  here, having been .-uii.ilioned by  caiile lo "South Aliii.'., leave.*. Icl' lhe  new colony nest week. Mr. I*'i ceniai.  Lake i= one uf lhe oldi'-*l C.I'.K. liii-n  in lhis province. The II Hi; \ I.I), while  wishing him since.--, impc**. bis return i  lu Hritiah Columbia v. ii! not In: loo!  long delayed. i 4  Mail Orders Solicited .sad Promptly  .VHended 'Po  llMIIiffilft^^  m^^BM^^^������������������������������^  i-'fens * ^  iium 1,1 ^������;j.ifta���������,^. m  77y -���������������������������L-y7:jy}.y-:yz:y7:iy-.y:y: 7     7::77-'r'yy7:77M:i7yL'i^''m  -'Ly:y--- ������������������L;iy-FV.liS\TiURE',G.O.OT3S .must* lie; sold// V /- " V 'Ly : 7$  ..'������������������'.���������'...*������������������ "..aicost In -order;,t.> niaUe  i-oom'-Tor.;/;,;     yyy''1:- ;'-���������'     XtST!  another largecarof Fui*;iit.iire.wbicli;/;./^ ;/,;*'/. , y. QtA  y'Ly-'L-rLyy-: :   will-be here -shortly;;: call -and .*'s"i'*i!*-*"iK*;-*"r*.'i ���������������������������-.������������������'���������''" ���������'������������������''��������� L.-L-'LLL' vv;  ":':L. Lyyy '���������;������������������... .w.u.caii'L ai'Viiiigi** to s-uiiplyyou'.-.TNow'. ''"-'-.'-'';'.'   ���������;���������';,;" 7 *������������)  ...;���������;:.': . A! is, yo tin -pppt'i'rt "urii'ty lo furnish; el leap; .���������    ;/.,..     .    L:.y(&\  Ml VE LSTOkE:|vFil li MFTM BE y:&&������,7 yW:  m:y77L7^yy.:myLym7Mmy7yL-^  ��������� ;'*'���������'.���������: ���������*'������������������-'   A A   ���������SetrOlC'L'::':yrL������ 'i.-.-'-'rLi-.  :' ���������xo.PS'rAMpt siiycERs;/--'?*"���������  from'   llie y'Foley factory'* hvJ  ;/. England,:-wjll 'sui'tJy'oiiV^s.iVi, j:'-j*j;"?P  //SKAT������S.:-?���������SiiAIES..���������;"SJIATES..,-���������^  Xis.  i ���������-.:  .1 s*.  "   ��������� 4  :&.mi^^^^x^Z'0^^1^^^.-^^i  ���������AA  X:7EXy^7y7E]m7X!:i:  5),,y.rhpy_iirgestf;"stp^  ;7/;/ci/oeKS;:/:'-R:i^aaj;/.si:|i^^  :/;/GTiASS;;/FA3HTONAB  7;.^;:JIy;:Vn;uiy:ycai's'/expGi*ieb:co ,eiuib!es;nie;tp:biiy/:/|{;  ,ti*������!Bpiids.t*nfei';tiitt**;i'i_jlit';'/pr  ���������//������������������!.!Seli./td_'lh'e.:ptil4ic*,titi''.reasm  Z';?fi/|'-7ff  K;;ai;,'7f;-'?:t"'-/:iSv^fl'C11/1^  Ladies of lhe executive, coniniitice  met last* niglil and received a  statement, of Iheprocecdsof the K*;tli<_"  cantaia from. Ill's. Smith and Mr*-  llow.-ou, who hail it in hand,  accompanied by a clU'.i'ie fo:- the net  amount, !?l I.*"*.:*'). Mr.-.. I'.tri ttlhc*r������. the  fl'  7-y.7L7rH7y7'>l::7-y&<i^  president, presented .Mis. Smith in the . ;y  name of the e-cecutive with a niliei' ^  ������ uga r l.*ul lea sal oken of their recogmliwi. I ^_  of her', --orvicos ami regret at her .Ic I  parture for thc east. j  The Independent band :-ereii.'uied i&J  Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Smith l.-ibt niqht \^,  and \vere hospitably entei Laiiied to 'JJ,  supper at their lutidence. Th������octa������i<tn '_?=  was the appio-Kiiing t!,*p.irl-.-.;i*  of lh  'iTKTi.w'"'  Estate"  'fxs^:fiLi>. ti. tow>?site:7 '.*; yy:::  L������%^-:MA:RA.VO\VX3VVK;:yry~yy;yy'y  msFr 'GI.kkAkd"a'uwNsr'ri;;1*- "���������''���������,���������-:'���������-���������  ��������� SX^r7 CA3II5pRN:K;7J-Q\YNSn;iJ,/^V:;-;.;;  Ciiii-i*l������i*7;l,ovmaneiil;&7VVe^tern"*,.';:^ ���������,'7-7':.r;; .-."���������.'7--: ':7.  ���������:* ���������.���������'QBiiiidivllorlgiiKe.* Coriiornlidii;*..* !*;; ;.;-);;;; -.'���������. ���������  l*;<|iiital)16''?ilv-iiiss i.0:iii;aiVd!3Viikliiig. Association.*,  YIniyeriRl l?iro. -  Canadiioi ?'iro.  :Galo������loii inn 'Fxri.  ' JI.;*n:nntile Kiro.  vM.lii.s 'Fire^*  r;*Ni.wilr<!rii:j."lr.o'.'-  ������ TS^4T*5 55 *H#a S*i^i*fe      "I (-.uni*.'.!...*- -* ..v:..;. i*...*i i:itiiu iu J* ir....;-,i\(iri.licril-1- Xftf..-       -r^-.  Ssi-fe't-iBC^S-il^^'^n0"''1'1'"11^  ; ���������������������������-:..-' 7.  ."���������:    Oi:c������n, -AccuJciU arid, liuarHiitue.������������������������������������Confocleriilimi l.ifo;,>=i;  -2r=.~^.~--:~frr.���������r:.-rrrr���������r-=^rrz2^r^zrrr-. l|j,.iliuliftn AC'jident. ASS.ll raiiye^Ro.-., IJonUC'ctlu'lU !rirO; (^j"  coal^otv-salf/ ---I^���������"���������: ���������"nou^  y-'yyyA y:.:::: .i7: ��������� :C0iix'BYAKCiNa7AyAm'7y777yy7y777^  'i^07:M7L^^MIi0^^:.  7<Mi"  MW^-imm  3. D,  SIBBALD, Netsry/Puhii^. '':;: ;;*:i:;7/;  :������������������ ;���������: ..:���������..,..', :;:...;tE*.-Kr^Tp.'K?;.,-n...c;i'.*;  :ciiAS.LMi:PiELD7:yyr  i *���������-' _  . as ihe hrti-'l wi-hed  of lhe hospital as-=ociation on ^'"ednes-l family tor the e.i*t.  day  eveniug   al   which   the   business j *'������ recogniz? the .i*-*-*!*-t inre:;r.d -.-.inpon  transacted was  niostlv   of   a   routine | w*'"*h    "-hc    i:i--tKnfmn    h i--    alu.iy-  ~       ^rerr*1-v-eu^ fiTrm~~Mi.  *Sr-T7iT:���������*TTT77r^t-iT*-  i st.ut.  2,^!W������W0^^&000't^^^!^^^^0090������0  \- irusteiv of the oHt'kiiidergarten;  nature.  ' oii-Iimr,;7/!! 1'.-.-  rtTTiTIrS'jfl',',I.IllilK* .iier.seiI  im ,i kiiH^/of a;wtiilt: eleplvantohh^r  t ���������l-.:..;,'l'h.e.i'"<[,'iii''e no innds.: cp. ji'Siii'e  ;lirst7:f.ectioii.7which,.arrivej_l iat.ijrhrei,  ���������i.d if*'de������it"iv^'d bv fire it would   li''   hi'^slijirlit'ly   belii'nd -tiie7ti uie   it 'vins  '���������id!."iwTi-'"l7 i ' ������������������'���������''������������������������������������i' ^s.'   Ti,c.'e lisve:,I.W..  several "^P^fted '���������'and..;. waited * Irv-drnp/two  ..itii*.t\oi    loi     - .,*:.,    .     ,,*,)���������.       ,   ;,'?!Dp!,5'cars .attached   to   the. re.*ir;.:ol  ���������1���������  .oiri'-rs*ln.p;iira!������ase.,.ll>e;l.uildinff,aii.d....ty.UVe,lwi^ (villi   all  !;.      >- i>i7-r*P"w*'4 to call   fpr-.U-inlers anil.to   ,ui*;brakcs set aipl  'as  Kolid' ,'Vis'rii  rpik  Service   in   St.   Peter's   chinch    h* !''iY/V    r ���������',',",-.,"-i"i ","\'~7,", x    ;    "i, ���������    V'iv'*:tli������ "iiviiuttv: 7r*:>('eivi>d :��������� trout 'Ahe: '-:wh\\i ���������������������������-:'; whcii,*;; ihe;' >crnnd;;': .*;eciioii  iisualtommiow    Third  Sum,.^  afterlS^,;:^-,:;;;..^,,,!::;^  J-. ister. at 8 and 11 a.m. and i..l0 p. in.. 1 ���������j.uieliirtry of the ih'itch  ai..l   to   p.n    p alio los-.tlie.jntiaiu-departim-ntol '*'l? iwVre to conie ahead according* lb  this'  lJ.e\. C. A. Procunier, oflici.iling. ' inaUitigen   iht-   ;ii-'-.ij;.'   between   im  . j,;jliSi<* ;school....A-T;,   lbe>.; y!ylfi8^.M.^>'-.-|-iijis<i.ii"KP'i*!M.!i.tfiryij*,  .Tho.t.r.-iin was.-1101  1 w-iiOM.* /parents   S::>i!*.;ri bed -live. ;;y cars \ t-<mriuVs_s?.t/tof^  On'Mond.ij-   night  K^v. Ladner  will]  deliver    a   lecture   in   the   Methodi.-l |    The alr.ir guild ot SI. P.^-i'-rh.i ,-i,  Church  v in     connection     with      th," j >��������� l~ '"'e������ ������'������''������'K" '   '������  >v="  ���������*������������������������.|.- -<...���������,*���������-  Kpworth'     League.     aSubject,     **..\n ] wh.it ami t he idea  1-   to  Cncrowned King." ' "lclude all the  yi.nna   [,.*..pl-   ..f  ]naii.-h    wiihin   i'*,   im'mhei'-irp".  "s j object of 'iu**   g'l.Kl    ������������������!    pr* -ent    i.*.  -^���������7 -' ti  '���������Truersrorcareiessness/'/'TlHVtrinii/Avap  iH^Srt^o^esUoHSr^pu'e^iaiivtUiig-^  miniVtes;ial.eafl.'nf;.,the;plhei*'-"/ The lirsr  iss.cooch'es.arid the mails were iii, l.ho  i M**alh m ihe bi'dv  ul   lb"  i.u id.ir.**.    A  The dyiiaino= for  the Xorthwestern j ,-,x, den   p.uiv   -nme'-vheu'    abo-il   tin*  nevelopmi-ntSynilicite's power   plant M il l.-r "lid of .lo** ".viM he gi*.,-., Im Ibis  at tiuldflclds .".re   being   taken   up   to j object,  llieir milling properrv. thc  celebiated !  -    "  "     ,      ,,.       ,   *,.*���������. ,,>  I aiiiboin,*     group     on     Metihennick I jfi.,0^ ������-. ���������*������xri/P*\ &*% X**1 PvSf^'l    ..    , ,. .   ������������������  . ������������������'���������;.    ,  ..       , pi K^   J     F\\    i',    JgiW^n   &K*f '7     i.-Tiv heslii   larncd to. a ;pi-iia>������'������*l  ago Uijho kimlergai-ir-it fniid. ar<>  t!i_ or at anyTut.cn^inany a������;;;ti<  i'i t<nvi:,,i!t Hi'*  jimioi* rooms* <>!  .\ wellkr.own IJig Hend mining 111.1  is in 1 eceipt of 11 letter fiom an old  time friend and 1 evident of U.irkerviHe  warning him ag,iin-.t joining Ihe  lloisefly .slumped?, as there was really  i.othitig in .������ight to u-.iti.int .iiiyom  goicg in thci i*.  A pamphlet on the Cow Pea, a f..ragc  plant which from its r-.iseof cultivation  and elicapnoas of production 'would  make a valuable addition lo our -..'ops  in thi!1 province, (Mil be obtained by  writing to the Kxpcrimcn! Finn.  Southern Pine.*-, X. C.  Jos. Genelle has ln*en adiuilli-d tn  'bail by Judprc Walkem in Victoria, the  amount lieing fi\fd at s:i,Mjfl. His  bondsmen arc Thos. Tayloi. M. P. P.  F. .T.'Fullon, M. P. P.. "of Kamloops  Peter McVeigh aiul Mr. Pnllei"-on cf  the Vei non Hotel. Vit toi ia.  The winler session of Hie Piovinc'al  Normal school at Vancouver closed on  Thuistliiy. Among tin: names of  .students who are entitled to a diploma  of graduation appears that of .Miss  Fvelene Ji. Hobbs of Jtovch-1 oke. I'lie  next session begins nn -'July .Ith'and  teachers intending 10 take thesummer  couise-shpuld applj- lo the .Principiil,  W. Burns, JJ. A., for a form of appli-  c.ition lelurniible by June 20th, and  fuilhei' inforiiiation.  i ���������ir.lhc. b.c-m'f.il.of.'th'Jir/t'hildi'tn.*  Financial; Returns  I;/(3^;7/TS;/Bl7/p^  jjf Qij Cs 'titn'ifl i ii g/Assiira nci������j)e������Jl /:i f!O0i|/l i:17p,27d^725:;00  //v^ew/'i\^iti*.ijwS/llst  ������liiMxi(77i^y:0^  yy&sgi^Ps^vitm  77' Kv^tirai. ce;.'Fun(i;*;in d ^  ���������;.;... j..;- ..-..:.*.'.....;.;���������;.......: ;..; ���������..,..;.'.���������;,  .- - . -**;,f,^*;   ,-.*.* >-������������������:*,*>.;?. y:':i-i������zitff. *_lr.-. '^'--^iSy^rxt^i  i*SiirV)\is:yLi::y7LL-^^  tQH.s***^'  v'-l'.-i id'Ptil ievh'tilt'lijrs'.i 11 10,01'.,.  rlilC(!21 -12  y:il  "mi  ^^AMESiW^-lfltEXft'H'BER  iJ^A������gj^^&xeEj  Am  /IIBIII^ijMPreslileii^^  'y7:7^::-Ayit:iyiM  '���������%��������� i"' . '*/!��������� ������������������}  V--"- ���������������������������" ���������&'��������� *** '��������� '���������' ���������   *' ���������*' ?__������������������* '- ���������'-* - '���������   :,'l','*������_ K������)| "^T. '' -'',"���������'!-  ���������\������';^gg;;*iDisteiet^i^nt^'fe,.i|-:  7 'jX  ;/ll  \ fi er-pay iiiji "'���������'������.!���������  n the:Q:i(t*?n F-itiii;  i.xpetjv.es-.icic  c*!:::t;i!;i :.yy.  iwcived tlii'*' isuiTi. of ^I.I.'U'i.i,  I t i'sf ���������ho-snital i'-.n.i<l'."',-  ;.;iti;s  MiK.  ���������;*V:->r."sjj:r:  I. ooyall,. breaks'"a nd   "reversed,   and  "'',;'? ibr>n with'71 he* lii*"m"n' '.itiiiiped:''"' lli'id  R*ri j i hi>*J riot7;-;dpiin^?o;:iW.*y ' wpiild"7 hn vT  . liio..| bei;ii.:kitied/foi*'' a    t.'l'rtsliiiIJ ; Ij.ocjiiisi**.  "t his:* 'vlrt-n/t lie -'cngi'ii.*. .st ruck .-'.*.*.'liliu.v'i weni  ,.,,���������' t/hrbti'};)!*  the .'.lieitvy*,;;!. Iieel': prptecti'd.  ;j;f.biU'<>i'iM ol'.l lie end car of the liist s'i*c'-  i I'xf.ix. . The .'rigidity.: of this train .'gave  7 ! Uiecolliding one the.worsil. shoclc.  The:  Irnsli'pf curs behind the engine and "'the',  '  f..;-ii(l.lv.n stop. trlireiv/tlKi-tendei''-''tip over'  ;-l|'.e Cab uil lilJiehicViiiKilive which Iho  il lc'-l \ j f,*Bi||i,|i���������hiiil' just lefI..'-w Tlfii  cab  was  have j'sni-ishf-flj'>', 1 li'alrh.wrio.!;*. /':\7 J. '/  ���������'n'rels !   .The pass'.jiiger.s iii the first, train were  :, I Ii.-i.ulSy ,jiilleii: at.'���������'alji* ���������-A* riuiiibcr gol  !'!<n,t : on ��������� tlieVplaffbriii.'; ThbsO   in'  lb..*  hpcomt'tr:un/"A������ri! shaken iilOi'iid/sonie'  feJj.SS^|^iisMffi8^  .V;'V,if|?-;t;/:;'^He;.li^  yy::A:7yy  A-yy:4"':",".y:  Wt]  7;;'.w:..'*i-'-".^.;;.;  /���������.','.;'/:'.- .1  WMiy  d^llv/M/f  ''"*a>J^ :-%'iy7-y-''  'iiM-wyy  :'//. /:*.)i  :*:*'- ! ih-,  ii,,, liiA.'.^'-jV.  ;;!ig!.l itijiiricp inflicted.iii till 13 \yiiy,'bill  l iiothUi^fift-3oirkL-L: 7: " '-'7y'7:;77".'-.::, 7.  icy s buits.  'Barg-a-ins.  "1.7). Boy'.s.  .SnitH--the   lar.<*st..'jind.,  y Ay !i������h  on    t.iiW.  iTiatket,���������: 'Ftifwi.H  .a "wilt he (..ti'crcd. ai. \n-i'.:f:i that, wiii J  1 i_u,'*.i.;itiil.i:*c* ������������������''i<;a'dy snl*7?.    Co'iiii**.; fu .*h'hI  inspet't. tic*  f.lo'ck* ol  '..', Ai,   iiixixxt: k  77   Railway Accident  The use i.f arlislic  Nolo pa per j /S.ituv.-.l.'iy'***   *.vesiiH>n.n! 7 t'r-.t  ancl    f''.nvclo  f^ood taste.  Our Mock consists  of a  a.ssotlincnl in  is   evidence  1  In rev 1  Ll-I'TKR PADS  SOlll PAPllH  BOXED  PAPnTRlES.  Jinvciopcs���������all sizes.  Phm. B.  W. 8EWS,     ���������      ���������  briiggist nnii;.*?ttttIoncr.  Iirritin' lilcclc. ��������� .    '������������������������������������   Tet.*plione48,  ()f| Til.;':-d;'.,y's Wiii tii ji('.������ Fret;' Pien-5 arriv-  j ed lale.in the iil'ternoon. Tin1 delay;  was occasioned -first .l,������y 'file hi'.vviur-is  of"the tv.iin, find sec'ruid by an ac< idenl.  a.!, Schreiber .station, which, canii**" i.i'iii'  (1* being a. scriiiiis **aiiasiiii|ij A Veai-  oinl colli.-ioi.i occ< lined Fii.lay i.igld,  but forluVi.'llely Inr (ilie w*ii������ liijuied,  'except I o'l he .extent of a shaking up.  Tiie - accident as described bv a  pasucnu;!'!' to a reporter of lhu. Free  Press" was iiiidotibledly caused by"  eitlier     some     inisiindersUiudiiig     of  Hortisc to Dclinguont Co-Dwnor.  Tniohn 'f- y.tjtirf.'CiT' to rfiaytm'}. 10 .whom  hei  :r..\./ i.iyrt' tt.in>;.fl.rr*-''t -td^-inti-ro^ts in Iii.*  ti'LLtmxtt I*'v.i'.*lipiiul;;m[iiftrul  claini, **luniu*  SrLsi'iiy :iiil':iixt Miiiliix Dlvlsliiiiv ;; ���������/.        y.  V.-x.i urn 'iiOTi*!)y.no*'!'I';(l ���������Unit I. eVpilnilcii tlii  .tiitit or. :;it>y (..;*.di>*.(! and :������i'.vvf.*n ��������� 'l.;i)).'irr*; nun  *>!';i"7wr.i ��������� f-fri.7.'!'ij in tnlior.nn'.r m������ii'iy <>n' Hi**  i.f.Jf.r.;itivr.it!r.7i..;t  itiiii.*r'.'.S -clitin:, In  nrtltrr :l*.  i:i|..l ^ui*l rnw.'.f.-i'i iLn\l,tt nr-.I....- rf.n'ili{'.xx 'M til tl.':  Minernl.  AH.; in..I  .*(   .viililll   ll'lll'ly   rluvs ���������{!���������.*) j  fro'fti lji<i<ltt<..; i,i >i,i.i. n .i.lri^joii mil.to "(ni*  Irlt.niy >*(.iir ..ri,y*>rtK.n ..! <-ij('..h  oxpcrnlilut'.*,  tttiri:t),f.r .wt.ft i.i! jiixL .ii itilvertising, ,y-ur  itil^rcst in *.ii|<! n.iu*-**;'.: i���������',.xuu .viil i.hhonio fl<c.  lirfijititly otlht: !iiid..*r*i',aii(.l, under 'y.jciion'*!  (ii'ii-.tAct ..ciu'.ti,*..! .*. '."-.a  Act   tu  :.xh*ii<! .(He  Mineral Act,; Kim."   ; ..;-...;   .*.;,���������."  ���������i^f;*' WW.-  ^x '7'7 O'1   their owhers"./  : :���������*?���������~<^s������2s^5vtii yyy y.:--:''L:7l  .7X*-".v.^"..*<;.''-<i7 j.ci ��������� .   - *> -,.... ,    ...-;  ;\;;c;}fft([t prdpei'l j-iind jtne leiidjng*'  good dressers in Revelstoke have ���������  : sliowcif-il. "iiriiises vOii/dut'^Ffill/.  ;-pross'',:nud;j^  ��������� Overcoats, which lit as.naturally .  riiS theineecebirthp sheep. i<-Atiyy,A  Wo fit'���������ppcltpti'hoolcs as/well as/  'till-in'.  1:   "S'SX'./Ti'lI I./*,*tJ"������>r' /*'���������'"������������������  /liw^<3LI\<i3/;i  ;^QjuO'rc8e 8?/!ari,d.*;!p"p-*������^b.-d,at!^  ������."<  w<  p:  For tiis Wontli of ApHia Choice Lot For S5, worth $8 and $10  SUITS. TO /ORDER H;.'..,-;.  :-r ;S|-f .:-:s,;������20 iand'825.';.^||^  irivi "f.rhi;'to./pi:oducciila;'hibr*^*sty  -i,- :       '..---       ".*' .**"-.-*' I..'     ** .,  S1    .'   .  ' '   .**     ' 7 '.'   ._   'v       ** ..^   .��������� -ij   *   -ry.     \j   -a      )   -'.i' ' ' ���������*' fi' *    *rE *T  lilting- suit for,.the price. ;     ,*:;���������������  dofj' -  ��������� t?.i..  iuts  'bW-  'Lii-y  Iinte'I   lit ''oifinj.Hx,  n;  \l'ii 11,-A.* p., I!������V. .-'.���������  thl-i   lJtli <lny   es!  JOSEPH  DEDT,  Co-OV/ncr.  Tho Cleveland ami British. Columbia  "'/ : Rlining- Company, limited./:  UOTICE  i'OTrciv is li^rcl.j- |jlvi*n Unit thn lu-nil oRlf.*?  ������5 i,r The Cleveland and British Cof-  uitibin Mining Company, Limited, lune  Ijeen m.ivcii frem KciyiiUii'l to lievelstoke, B.C.  ���������������������������������������������''. ������������������-   -.* ... Arrtl lS*lnl  %ADf_ES,C03,Ty'MS3..*/;.;.'-'V  ";|    :*Oiolco teT ������i������-.y *io������*ti**rrtc7  .'-KaUr;a! in. -the* Stt'rc io  ���������     TT^ca-^urp     tii;i-'tntr ���������' the  tiior.tAt of April 'ror ������2S.���������������������������  ii %  *'\;CADIE3'.. AMD MEN'S ;: ;* Cl.  HIGH CLASS TAILOR.// '7.'���������;'',  Manning Block,        McKenzie Ave.  II  m

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