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Revelstoke Herald 1902-04-26

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 u  * il  ���������-.-���������y   y iy t' 'y.^- ������������������ 'y..r-\!t   t.  ���������7.,  -ar..-s������.  ������*-j(T  Vol    V.  No   _lti8 .  RSVEUSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY   APRIL 26 1902  $2 OO a  Year in Advance  We are the largest "buyers  of   GROCERIES* in  the  North Kootenay, and-are  tiieretore able to offer the  very best goods produced  in 'the world at the ver-,;,  lowest prices'/ * Although  times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very encouraging  to us.      ' *       *   ���������>���������   ,  Tliis"'year '"we have - made  arrangements which will  enable us to give our customers .better prices than  ever before._._     -  V  s  HE MEW  FAST TRAIN  Personal   Paragraphs   Pertain-  ���������" ing to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  Daily Rounds. "'  Despatcher Reynold-, of the Calg.uy  C. P. ' R. .ollices, , left Wednesday  morning for Sr. Louis to attend a  meeting of the diiectois of the Oidci  of Iiml load Teleguipheis.  The C.P.R. nre tihoiit to stall woik  on their new shops at Foi t Willi nn.  The cost nf the buildings .-.ill he $75.1100  and will be"a duplicate of the Winnipeg- -.hops.    >  A commiltea representing the allied  unions of tuilw.iy workmen met  yes.teid.iy and weie liu_.y di.twing up  ti statement to he submitted to the*  lailw.iy , companies employing I hem.  This L'otninittee was ilni-cn .id ineet-  ing held in Trades hall Snnd iy in,~ht  and is cmnprised ol men on hoth lhc* C.  P.lt.ind O.N.It No new "development*;  of the difficulty among the ti.ickiuen  and trainmen is n polled.���������Winnipeg  Fiee Press.  Two' Transcontinental Express  Trains Will Arrive and Depart  From Revelstoke thisSummer.  ���������Some Particulars.  For the fitst time in thc history   of  Revelstoke,, two transcontinental  e\-  piess trains will depart and anive on  one day dining  the present sniiiiin't.  The fast extra thiough bervice will   ho  inaugurated from this end of the line  on June l.'i, thus giving lo  thiK citv a  tianscontinental   tinin     service     nn*  equalled on thc continent.  The fast express tiain will be known  as the Imperial Limited leaving  W. G. &  Shirts  These Shirts are recog-  .    nized  to be   superior to  "any"made in-Canada for-  *"\StyIe\\ and "���������- Durability.  'T;Wehave them" in alf the"  "������������������"-XatestfPatterns: :  x  t<'i.v*ji(~ n**----T������ ���������**.-���������--.  ���������*,--.. ���������  Neck Ties  v/ The ..'celebrated Currie Tie.  J"���������The Spring .Patterns  {: ;* in these Goods have* just  '^ ~b^n, received,   and -for   Beauty. a'nd._Taste/! excel  ^-sssj anything toyetvproduced  1   ~by'this**fReriqwned Firm  i>        jtr*t    ��������� -Ji -' -i**-i r1   **��������� s   ,  ���������������-^fjie^Makers.' '-     ' * !  Aecoidiug to the Railway Gazette,  the Canadian Pacilic, road h.is the  following rolling stock now on ordei;  Seventy two loroiiiotnes, foity ol  which aicto he built.ittheSehnectady  works ot the American Locomotive  Co., eight, consolidations at the Canadian Locomotive Co., Kingston, Ont.,  and the.ieinaiudei at the company's  own.shops. Also two aining cais,  sixteen combination dining and sleep  ing cars for_ use of .the construction  depaittneut; , /oily coaches, twelve  sleeping cats, _ two parlor cars, one  observatiot^car, five baggage cais, Thi  vans, lliree pile diheis, two dei lick  cats, fifty double deck cars, fifty le-  frigerator cais. 300 coal cais, 21S stock  cars,-1,851 box cars, .nid 30  The bulk of this equipmcnlwill be built  at the company's own shops, except  1,000forty, ton.boxcais, which will be  built by-Rbodes, Curry & Co., Amhcist  N. S.^'- The*total is_2,7,70 -Jcars ^aiid 72  locomotives."  The arrest is  Hats2 Gaps'.  7- --��������� .The.wor ld-re ri o w n e'd  <        Christie and Fedora Hats  *       A "consignment..in   the  'I       Latest "^Styles Ihas"; just'  i *"Z.bee'n.Qpencd' up.  ^'ws***r5i*,iir>*.5:-^a-'.*ivdt:i.-r^*_f'C'trrtii*''2-'i,'-i'vi,^ t**  Underwear  HT\F6r Spring and'Summer.r  A well selected consignment of Imported Scotch  and English fine, woolen  Balbriggan .and'Tleece-  Lined-Undcrweanjust to;  'tJi-fi .hand.. <���������,-,* ^������.t-  .- *.,*.,   7  '.tr \,T*r .Kit-TV ���������*-*���������&' ���������rr-'ftr*  Hosiery  ,' ,*-Ladies* and Gent's THos-  1 .**      , x"   1 1      * | '     r:  ���������       X,  " "iery.irT Silk, Cashmere,  and Wool.    A complete  "*sfoclTof the" Latest* Patterns and Best Quality���������  Hardware  A1''carload 5������6fJ Assorted  ,-  .Hardware Just  opening  -i   ** ? ".   - t     "_-*     . tr- .  1     up. , .  announced of C.  W.  Serv-iis, a young man wanted   hy   the  c\ptL*ss   and   i.iilway   companies   for  alleged ciooked work at Foi t William.  It appeirs that Sei vas was tho 'night  operator on the C.yfP. It. at Uhaple.iu  aiul left about the- middled: last month.  He   is   charged .With   stealing   tluee  money    orders,",amounting   to . y 135,  whieh, it is alleged, he. idled out. and  foiged the signatures of lhc company's  agent at Fort_\Villi.ini. He was liaccd.  toJWinnipeg   and 'finally located" at  Duluth and then taken   to   Sault   Ste  Maiie for tii<il. Servas is a young man  of about '������1 years of age and his family  reside in Hamilton.'lloietolore he has  borne a good imputation and hisiriends  hope he will be able to clear himselt of  this charge.. ���������    ;  , A.wreck,of an .unusual natmc  occurred about three quarters of a mile  east of Nairn, near North Bay. A few-  tons of rock"whicli had "been loosened  from itsjbed by water lunning into  the crevices and freezing, fell on to the  traok.g Affreight J;rain, in. charge, of  Conductor C. BenMy, struck" the lock,  and. turning to the light, .went down  the,bankinto-vthe^liushTiipiight,-J=_The.  d&vei*-',was%.tLirown ~out, i.the1 -head  brakesman' 'Vent' through ���������*���������* the1 "cab  window, the lireman ciawled over th'e  tender, and no one was hint. Tlie  forwaid cir contained a man, n cow,  ���������and. sottlerjsj'effects, the second.a few  oil bairels. The principal bieakages  appeared -to she fibout the trucks and  the front and lower parts of the  engine. ������   .*. -:.^-*  Van-  cou\eii\nd Montieal thiee davs in  each week. But it will not be tin* same  old Limited, which duiingthesuminoi  of foi mer yeais so closely linked  Vancouver and Montieal ��������� it will he [a  f.'slcr (inn! born ot better roadbeds  and greater passenger tra.-cl, and  will haininei down the Vancouvei  Montieal running time fioni itsfouner  liintlof oneliundied boms to something  like ninety fiftv hours fiom station to  station. In addition to the Impeiial  Limited sci*vice t'nore will he' main  tail ed the piesent last tianscontinent.il  cxpioss", thus giving tliis city two fast  tiains in and out three davs in eveiy  week, and onu fast express in and oul  during the lein.lining fom  days.   -  The new Impeiial Limited tinin can  be classed as a fast express, making  veiy few sLops en . oute, and foi luxuij  and coinfoit it will Ue hard to equal  it. Westbound ttain No. 27 will leave  Monti eai on Sundays, Wednesdays  and Frid.i\s at about 12 o'clock noon,  ai living a b lievelstoke on Tuesdays,  Sctmd.iys and Mond ivs. K.istbound  ti.un No. 9(3 will lea\e Vrancou\ei' on  oie cais. Sat ui days, Tucsd.ns and Thursdays at  13:30 o'clock aiming heie e'.nly ne\t  mot ning. Connections wiii bo" made  .lb Tort'Wilhaui wilh O.P R. steamers  plving between that poir. .and Ouen  Sound.  Kach train w 1,11 consist of unu bai;gage  car, one touiist car, Liio sleeping car*.  (Ihiop.whon Jiecessarj ), lo_^ethe*<j wilh  couver and Mcnli eai daily, making t he  same time a, accomplished at p 'esent,  with stops ut all points.  For the accoinmad.ition of touiists  and pleasure --loekci**., the company i-.  electing a Kwi-s chalet at limeiahl  Lake, near Field and a system ol Uails  leading to lakes and mountains in the  vicinity has been established. At Field  ponies and Swiss guides will be at the  command of* totinsls who cue tn  indulge in (he Ius.ni y of mountain  climbintr unequalled evni by llu*  heights nf Swif/.eil,mil. Field is also  tlu poital- to the wimdeilul Voho  Valley, whose Tak.ikkaw Falls, Twin  and lliughing Fulls, aie but thiee ol  a mtnibei ot glaiier fed cataracts  With the election of the .Swi*.i chalet  al ICiner-ld Luke, the company is fully  picpnied to eaie lni Lhe gi pally  increasing loiuist - tiavel to thai  vii'inity.    Wah the in iii_jui .ilinn nf the  Impei ill I.united sei vi. e, ill I lie  locomotives liaiibng stub li.iins on the  Pacilic division will be equipped with  eleiluc hcadli_;hls nf ibe type known  as ihe Pyle-jS'ali'in il Kleeliii Headlight. It i*. in aie light of 8,tl()0 candle  powLi, cuiient for winch i*, generated  by a dj ua mo on the Ine oniol !���������������������*��������� di iven  by a diiect ( odik tied toinpnund steam  Lmlniie The dynaino*? \\ bii ll i un at i  speed of 2500 levnlutinns per iiunule.  aie'innstiui.ted on the latest, scic-nlilii  pi im iples, the uletti u al bal.inie being  so priler t that nn spaiks can be seen  at the bi u*.bes. W it Inn a shnit tune  all height luinnml i\ es luimingon the  P,n llie division w ill be equipped With  simil.u headlight appaiatus.  m obsei\ation car thiough the Rockies  and the canyon of (be Fiasei. In  addition to this, a dining cat will be  attached between, Montreal and  Gaiimoieand an estra sleeper between  Ninth Bay and Winnipeg.. On the  Pacific di\ ision passengeis on nil trains  will have their meals at the comp.inj's  hotels ac Noith Bend. Glacier and  Field.  The tianscontinental passenger tiains  Nos. 1 and 2 will   inn   between   Van-  The Passenger Train on the  South Branch Wrecked This  Morning. ��������� Head Brakeman,  *W. Lee, Killed.  t  Jiistas the Hhhal,!) was going to  press, news e.inie of a dre.vdtiil dis.istet  (Oi the souL'i tiiiin which left for  Arrow he-id thisjnoi ning at the usual  time. A special lepiesentative of this  papei left at once for (he scene of the  wrei k upon leieipt of_the news and  pai Lii ul,us u ill be given* as boon as  received. Amongst the many conflicting repoits imii-iit it isexttemely  ditticiilt to obtain- anj thing of a  i eliible nni m ���������*>. nlhei I ll in lhe fatality  lo the head bio.'-,euiu.it, W Lee, au old  and highly esteemed is-ident of this  cily ,, Wliile deploring Mr.* William  Lee's .death, it is a ^ matter-*��������� of  public congratulation that there',is  no other loss of liie nor injury among  the passengers and train crew." The  Hi?n u.n extends its deepest sympathy,  lo   lhe   beii'.ived   wife and tamily.   .  The tiain, it appeals, ijtu into the  slide as it was -just about to take a  hiidge and pan of it was derailed by  the shock. - -  A liili.ind neonate lepott ol the  .iCLiiletit will be gt-.cn in our next issue  nt the Herald.  t  ���������il  A Small Boy Escapes Death on  Red Mountain Railway by  A Miracle, Owing to Engineers  Promptness.  An exttemely exciting incident  declined ue-iir lhe Hell Mountain depot  yesteiday, say* the Uossland Miner.  When a youngsterniiuit'd Colin esi aped  a 'ei rililt*death beneath the pondeious  wheels nf a moving locomotive* by a  bait'.-, bieadth. The occimenci* was in  lull view nt seveial score of people and  it was agifcd that a'fatality was only  aveited by a nuiacle.  When the al let noon tiain fiom  Nuithpcul came into the station yaul  a little t hild, the kon of Matt Cnlla, an  Italian residing near the ttalion,  toil. I led onto lhe Hack diieetlyin limit  of ths train, whieh was pulling into  the depot at a lively rate. The y'oiing-  stei had been walking on Spokane  stieet .uiu stepped between the tails at  a point wheie the street closses the  tiaek. . Although fully 50 yauls from  the section of the depot pl.itl'oini  where those awaiting the ai rival of  the lrains"congiegate, the child was iu  full view of those on the platfoim and  the leelings of the personb gathered  may bebettei imagined than clesinbed.  The locomotive swept down" on the  intant, knocked him down and moved  a shotb distance ovei the piostiate  bodv. It seemed to the spectators  (hat the little one could not possibly  have escaped instant death and there  wei e many pale countenances among  those who looked on. ��������� When if *,n  learned that the. child had escaped  set ions injury a' tremendous'sigh nT  rebel went up liom the ciowd.  Engineer Moms Vetter was in  chuge ol the locomotive nnd io hi-,  piompt action alone is the Colla child's  escape asciitied. When Vetler saw  the infant between the mils he  immediately .took eveiy means ol  1)1 mging his ti .nu to a standstill, using  eveiy mechanical contiivnnce at his  command to accomplish this within  the shoit distance available. The t hild  went beneath Ihe pilot of the engine,  but the mat hine was brought to standstill betoie tlie wheels leached the  little body. Thoso .who undeistood  the difficulty which the engineer had  to oici'Hiii'ii'iii biiuginghis locomotive  to a stop weie im.iiinnous iu agieeing  that mnie piompt and efficient action  could not" have been-rtaken. Vetter  was the recipient cf many complimen-  taty idefences. ' .   .  Tlie child escaped "serious- iiijuiy.  His face was- baoly rbiuised and the  body wus more or less maiked by the  rolling protess nnc'et tlievpilot.->ot-the  locomotive, but olhuiwise the little  one escaped without injuiy. " Di.  Kenning was. (he lirst physician to  ieach the spot and the child,was given  the,best pnssible'mpdicnl care."   -- *  Patents lesiding near.the raihoiid  tracks of both companies will piob.'ibly  give ear now to the'warnings that bhe  railroad people have thrown out fiom  time to tune as to the danger of permitting 'children In 'iippioach the  tiacks. ,   _.     .,__ ,,*"      ,  Probable Successor of the Pope.  '*���������-**-- ijlL.**������ i_-f .-nn  ���������* *      -., ������.    - - ,-- it  ���������'--RiiMK.-Aptil 20.*=-(Jiiidiuiil O'.usepp.*  Sailo,, of. whom, the   Pope   leientlj  said   in. a uonversntiun .with Father  Loicnzo Perosi, the Italian  uoiiiposei',  "HOW.hini very dear, Pero*<i, a** in the  future liVwillrlie able to do' much for  you.    We Hi inly belive he will be our  successor," was horn ab Kiese,  in .the  'piovince of Vvenice, June 2,  1 Stl."i.     He  was educated in the f-'alosian  insiiiule  atColtolongn, founcUd by (he  famous  Dom llosco.   lie was always sliulious  and his seiiotisness was proverbi.i1. "  "liis rector said of Jiim:     "f**aito has  rieverc been   k' child."'-'lie h .s  spent  most of his life in tbe p ovii c-* of Ven  j. p as a palish pi ie>t and afi i r,; nrds as  b.sl'.o'p..   lie w.i*< eii atcd c r In al xand  pRtiiiuch ofVtniiel.j the i(*nsistoiy  of June 12. 1803 ' He is very sti eng in  ecclesiastical doctrines   and   is   noted  for having destroyed ielits of doitbtful  authentieity,. .  .';**; T'   ' . *  ..      *  :    '  Heavy Land Sales.  The Americnn Land k Loan company aie doing an extensire business  in fiuin laiidi near the, cily, says .the  Winnipeg Fiee Pv*ar>- , Within .lhe  past ten days they sar they have sold  in various disti lets, 37.020 acres, all  within Hfteen miles of. Winnipeg and  none have been sold for le**s than ijll)  iper acre. The purchasers weie all  Americans"rrom either Iowa or Illinois  and many of thetn will go on the lands  this ye.tr..   -.  NBNG  Stylish   Shirtwaists,    IViuslin  Dresses  Wc have now  ready.for your inspection one,of thc fincst'displays of tlie'above '  line's, of goods_ever imported into this city. '_ Pei haps  you  may.think .this  state-  ment rather strong, as past seasons showing's have been splendid, but'the Styles.  and varieties aie so different and the garments made up so tastily, and'those who    '  ~  c'     y .'������������������' j'A       i*i     t    ;,,*������  have seen the goods have pronounced them exquisite in every way, besides, the  way thev arc 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 ,,  you buy or not. ������ ,"*-������.-  SHIRT WAISTS  Made nf Fine C imbiic. in stiipe������. new .Oiadea, of  Oxbloud. Navy Light Blue inul Gieys. Looks as  will as many shntv.i at twice the pi ice. Onr gieat  leadei 7Sc  WHITE IVIUSLIN AND LAWN WAI8TS  Almle of line Oigniiilie or Viciona Liiwn, beauti- "  fully iriiiiiiied with Pine Turking or Vulenciennes ,  Lice, biitlnned in finnt or buck. Nothing better -  in Ihe iii.uket.    Pi ices fiuin          SI.OO to $3.50  FLANNELETTE SENSATION  Don't wail, but mine as t.u ly  as  po-sible  if vou    .  w mt/to sh ne in Ibis 1.000 v.n (Is of Stripe  Flannelette, dittei ent pallet ns  lo choofe  ftom.  gond  weight     '. "...  .    per yd. 5c.  uu^.^1... .^������A^^/*,-r.-lfrn*l'���������' "���������'-*-**  THE SHOE DEPARTMENT  Men's,   Misses,    Women*'  Children.*. and  Infants' Shoes���������Unusual Values. "  Qiiusuiil values in btand new lines of goods i������ the  announcement fi om the Boot Set tion today.  %/* Hundreds nr pairs of these* Styli_.li Boots for  Women and Misse***,. have been bought from ,the  faettiij' at a speii.illy low figures and'arc being sold  today at great price teductions.       ,     ' ^  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  K-iCrv-i  ovoboW  a'tti'L  The News of the World in Brief ������������������������������������������"������"  As Received Over the Wires     ������-'**���������  From  Globe.  Every  Corner  of the  om d>  Co's.   store-  , wns binned  a   coiu-  with   a  - The   C P.It.   stock   sold   at   132   in  London today.  The Anchor Knitting  hnu~o at Almonte Out.  yesterday.  .1.1'. Mm gin is arranging  bine of Scotch coal mines  capital of ������3,000.000.  Fifty pei-sons weie iujuied in *  wtctk on the Uieat Listein tailway,  near London, England, today.  The Colnmhiin levolut'onists have  captured Hio H.uh.i, a seaport town,  201) miles froinCartagena.  Heavy rain-, aie repotted today  thtuughnut the western states and  have proved timely foi the fatmers.  The' strike of the linemen of the  .Montreal Light, k Powei Co. ended  last night in a piactical defeat for the  men.  Two thousand employees of the  Chicago and Alton shops nt Bloom-  inglon. III.,-hiive agieed not to eat  meat for th'p'ty days. l  RearAdniif.il Loid Chas. Beresfoni  has been leturned to puliament  without opposition, to lepresent  Woolwich.  Tluee thousand men are still o*i  stiike at Peterson. N. J. Some of the  smelter mills have signed the schedule  demanded by strikets.  An unusual heavy windstorm stiuck  Omaha.  Neb.,   last night,  killing one  pei sun nnd injuring many and umoof-  j^y  ing a nutnbei of buildings.  The U. S. Steel Cotporation ia to 6**  tetiie $200,000,000 preferred stock and wtt  issue $250,000,000 fiv������ per cent, bonds,  reducing the fixed charges at $1,300,-  000. *    -   s&i.  It is stated in ^.loiitieal that a big->;j>  Steel, Iron and Coal .Mining Company  will be organized in a few days with a  capital of $25,000,000. The h>-ad office  .will be in_ Montieal and the plant in  Vancouver or Victoiia.  Spe iking in* London last night .Mr. MS  Btodei'icir, Seeretai y foiT War, - said: -\������j  *_'_\Yt' .ue, pet haps, ii) sight of peace, .  but in the interviifive ate sending-out ���������a^;  men and tnateii.il to carry on the w-ar,-.as  foi another year oi so iT necessary."  A bloody bittle 'has been fought  between the Impeiial troops and  Chinese tebels iu the Wu Chang Hills.  The-lebels'weie defeated and their  leadei was wounded and captured.  The rebels atteiwatds captmed two  villages neai Nan Ning " arid made  them theii"headqnatters.'  J.t <vs������  t'ltf-*  ���������V  /���������JM*.  ���������rftHtt  >5A. '  :^r  di\r.'  A.'x-  aii-  JL  UO  mdi  ������r������  ������  a  . Ping-Pong Tournament  tt  '������  It'-  fe*  J  i.  3  \  'i ���������  t  I  CYCLONE SALE OF MEN'S & BOYS' SUITS,  Get leady lor baigains in Mens and Boys' |  Clothing. ��������� Don't miss this chance. Come eatly���������r a  Bargains await you lK*re nnd a big stock to choose I  from. ' '*��������� ..*.*���������   ' . ,'    -   I  Men's Furnishings Departmerrt  As the  ���������  A complete stock'of everything a man needs at prices always tho lowest.  -      *     "*---:   ^    , *  season advances your needs increase,  but our little  prices help" you  to gratify' "  every, wish.    Ever)-department is  now at  its best and containsi'manj������ specials.',.4'  * ������������--������������.*.���������������>-���������������"'" ���������* "V -r   A   >t ,   ������  REID & YOUNG  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue. ' Mail Orders Solicited.  The^tollowing-aie the rules to be  observed at the ping pong tournament  to he held next Thursday and Friday :  The ball seived must drop anywhere  cn the table top beyond the net and is  then in'play.' If it drop into the- neb" *  or oif the table it counts to the striker ^  out, Theie is no second service, ai in  lawn tennis.    " * '     * *  -      <       .  In serving,, it ^is^a let if the ball  touches the net in passing ovor,  . If tlie b.uTin play strikes anv object  ^bove ��������� or i ound the table before ic  bounces on ihe table top itself (net oc  post excepted) it counts against the  player. ���������    -a .,  The, server wins a sttoke if the  striker out fails to return the service,  or rewirn the service or ball in play off  tho table. ,  -r-Thi''striker out-wins a-stroke-ifc-the-^f*-  'servei*serve"a'fault, or return the  ball   f,  in play so thai it falls off the table.  'No'volleying is allowed; but as  long  f  "as.the ball  touches the table top it is., t-  in play, and can betaken at half volley."'  The' slriker'-out   loses   a" point if he   *  takes the ball on the volley. *   '   **-*?-*-*���������;_  ���������_ On   either   player   winning hi* flrst "  stroke; the score in called lo for the'- i .  pl.iyeijou  either  player  tviuning his  _  fetond stioke the piny is called SO for'  that player; on either player winning  i'  his tliinl stroke, the scoie"U called 40 ���������  tor that playei; and the foutth  stioke"  is won by either player is scored for  that player .except us below.  '   If   both   players   have   won    three - .  sti okes   (40   in   all)   lhe scene is called t  deuce:   and   the   next  score   won by  either   player   is   scoted advantage to *  that player.    If the same player win .  lhe, next  stioke  he wins the game; if  he loses the next stioke   the   score   l������  again   called* deuce  and   so   on, until  either player wins the  two' stroke**,  immediately   following   the   score   of '-  ileuee, when the game   is   scored   for,  that   player.  t The   player who  flrst  wins six games wins a set. -  All.matches must be played best two,  out of tluee sets except in  finals  and'  Hemi-liiials, which will he played three1'  nut of live*.  .   Service is to be below the table.  (."nless  otherwise   mutually  agreed-  between opponents,   vellum   racquets  are to be used.  In the double-7' a line is drawn  thiough the middle of the table. Servile is lhe same as in lawn tennis, i. e.,  diagonally, except lhat the ball is to*  ,be returned sliaiglit across the table,  and so on alternately. Thc server'  ch.inges corneis after each service a������  in lawn tennis.  Kntiies for singles and doubles lo lie' '  left with A.M. Pinkham not later than  0 o'clock on Monday evening.  Three or four piizes have been promised and tht* Committee suggest that a  few moie would be acceptable.  The ladies are requested lo play as  many games in the afternoon - as  possible. A number of the committee  will be on hand at 3 o'clock on days of  tournament. A large number of  entries ha-ve already been received aad  more are expected.  At the conclusion of play on aach  day- an hour or two will be spent in  dancing. '    \\  Ticket for tournament 30 cents;  spectators 25 cents. bring Canada forward among the great  3jfcn'5 Journal,'  Publisht.il By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Mnmigiii's Hireolor.  iron deposits iinil^ olher uniiviilled  mineral resource?, our vast conl Mi-Id.**  our unlimited lot-nits, oiir iimiieiiit*  stretches of fertile ngriciiltiiiiil luiuls  are lieing exploited by our shrwwd  neighbors of. thu liiitjhty llepnbli'.' lo  the south of ns, in a way which ten in  even five years ago was  undreamt of.  Especially    must,   no   far   seeing   a  Jl   Sei.ii-Wookly .l.Minin!   published   In the   statesman     be     impressed     by      the*  Interest* ol the raihuiv men. mining men and  business men nf the W*.**.t,  Dnys ol Publication   immense   inipoitunce    tu   the    wholi  ADYEimsiNu katf.s. Empire of the  foothold on the Pacific  Display ads.,*l.!iO per inch*,  single column,   afforded by British Columbia and   the  $2 por  liii'li   when lifsucluii    ������in    title   rage  Leg il t'l-i-in i-eius per Inch  (nmiparlel. line   great     ranching      and      agrieultuial  for first iiiiurilon*   .'���������cuius for eiiuh additional ..,*."  insertion.  Local notices hi cents ner lino each   territories bordering on  this province  lbiue.   Dlrth,' Marriage   mid Death    Notices  tree.  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  GAMP OF FISH RIVER  business me..  Weaneai) ay ������ "'1 Satu < '��������� ���������>>*.  tSl'llSCHUTKIK  HATES.  By ranll or carrier   fi ner annum; ?!.'  ���������Ix months, strictly in advance*.  OUI*. .1011 liEl'AUTMF.ST.  Isone of iho hest equipped printing offices In  the* ".Vc-ii uiui prepared toexecnle Kit Muds ol  hrlntlli^ In lirslcl������**s style* nt honesl prices.  Due price to nil. No Job loo lame���������none tno  until��������� Ior ns. Mull orders prompt!*.- intended  to.  dive us i< trial on yourno.\l order.  TO COl'.Ul.SI'O.N'I.KNTS.  ' We Invite oori'.:si>oiidcn<'i; on nny subject  oi interest lo Ihe general puhlic. In nil ('uses  Uie bomi llde nuiiie of tlie writer must accompany manuscript, bul not neeesaiirlly tor  publication.  Address all coiuiniinlciitloiis to thc Manager  NOTICE TO COHIIESTONDKNTS.  1.���������Ml    correspondence' must   he   legibly  Written on one side of the paper only.  3.���������Correspondence    containing      personal  *_������ttcr must be signed with the proper name  ������_������ tbe writer.  e.E,GKOUAN, Editor.  QEAMBERLJIINS ^    \   t    VISIT TO CANADA.  J������F,:  ���������  A* recent old country despatch slates  that    Hon.     Mr.    Chamberlain,    the 1 He   will  to the east.   He cannot fail lo ob.-ei w  t.he wonderful   nalniul  oppiirtiiiiiti*.****  for I for   si   great   sea    borne    comment .  'afforded hy the innumerable* harbotb  of lhe system of inland tseas presented  by the marvellous configuration uf uni*  I'a ci He seaboard.    He  will   note   that  unlike   the harbors uud waterways of  the Canadian Atlantic coast, closed by  ice   for   nearly   half the vour, theie is  no interruption to trallie ou the llritish  Columbian shores for a single day.  lie  will observe that within'easy tench  of  the* coast, almost on it in fact in some  iiiHtauce*   are extensive forests, vaht-  uablo     iron     deposits,    inexhaustible  fields of. every kind of coal, supplying  every rerpiisite for the establishment  of a great ship building industry.    He  will see pouring into the fertile plains  and valleys of the Northwest a steady  and    ever    increasing     stream      of  immigration, destined   within   a   few-  short yeai*s to furnish an inexhaustible  supply of graini and food stuffs   for  shipment from the British Columbian  ports to tho  markets   of   thc   Orient,  remark... that  here and here  Colonial Secretary, contemplates paying a visit to Canada this summer and  that he will make a, lour   through the  Dominion from ocean to oce.m.    Mr.  Chomberlain is recognized throughout  ���������r������ry colony of the  Empire ns  being  the first Colonial Secretary, who has  ���������rer been in accord with the Imperial  Idea a* it is understood in the colonies  themselves.' The notions.of the mean  Ing   of   the   Umpire  entertained    by  ninety   nine   out   of   every    hundred  people in the old country is a kind of a  _Hsdi.ici.rion of the solar system  with  England   for   the   central orb and the  ."colonial      dependencies"     revolving  round ' her somewhere   outside.     The  Empire   of   ancient   Rome   was    the  model on which these ideas wjth mere  or   lets'' vagueness were based.   Both  Imperialists and  A nti- Imperialists in  the" old   country* were    impregnated  ���������With    these    muddled    and    archaic  Botions,  froni  whicli the whole varil-  , fcting and  timid  policy, which up to  the hist few years was the chief elwi-  Si teristtc uf the Colonial office under  ���������very administration   alike,   took   its  Source.  Mr. .Chamberlain was the firkt  Imperial minister of the ciown who  approached the Empire from the  colonial point of view" of a great confederation, iu which each separate |  comppuent* was an equal member,  tliough ' some were larger,' more  populous and wealthier than* others.   . llis^appuintment_to__the_o_fli_ce   win  ,H  hailed with^a delight by the colonies,  tvhieh the record of his 'administration  lias'in no wise '"diminished.' H'e took  tip the note of the true Imperialism,  alone does the Empire possess a base  from which to maintain the supremacy  of our flag and commerce on the  Pacific, as for the last four hundred  years it has steadily been maintained  on .every other sea. And as a, student  of history he will know the vital  necessity to the very existence of the  Empire as a whole that that supremacy  ���������hall he retained unimpaired.  The Heiiald has no doubt that the  peculiar    combination     of      natural  resources  and   geographical   position  possessed by the Canadian jWest will  create a profound impression   on   the  mind   of   the   Colonial   Secretary, as  indeed it  must on every open minded  and   observant   visitor.    AVe   believe  ourselves  that it is a country which is  destined ere long,  much  sooner perhaps    than    anybody    imagines,   to  become next to England herself,  by  far the most important member of the  whole great Confederation, which  we  call   the    British    Empire.      Rhodes'  dream   of   a. British Africa extending  from the Cape to  Curio was great in  its way.    But such a possession of the  Empire, however vast its extent and  magnificent its resources, could  never  for the gi-eutor part of it, afford more  than   one   avenue   for   trade   and    a  market for the   factories of : the other  portions, in   which   the   Anglo Saxon  race can find a permanent home.    But  I this "Western Canada is a -white man's  I country, it is the ideal land and climate  in'  which   the   race   nourishes    most  vigorously   and   brings   forth its Iiest  results.    It   is.  the   one region of the  whole  Empire   blessed   with   such   a  "foftunate~combination-of-geographical  position, naturo.rresourc.es and climate j  advantages that in it may. reasonably  be   expected   to   spring   up   a second  great sea faring,  manufacturing and  agricultural nation, another vast naval  and commercial world power, another-  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   PAYMENT.  A  Ten   Stamp  Will   and   Diamond   Drills,  Etc..   are   now   on   the   w.ty   to   Goldfi.Ills for *������������������������������-  western    Development   Syndicate.      This means   that    Goldfields    will   be  the   Blg-J Town  ^  that District. * * ���������'   '    - *  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke  R. F. PERRY,  Resident Manager.  XI. SCOTT   n  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,   Etc.  Kirst Street, Revelstoke.  Money to loan,  A'UVEY, M'CAKTEX & I'lNKHAM  llarrlslcrs. Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors forlmperinl Bank ol Canada.  Company Io mis to loan ut8 per cent.  KntsT Stiikkt,'. Itevclstoke U. ('.  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  12ASTBOUND   WESTBOUND....  SOUTHBOUND...  S:20  17:110  8:10  DAILY  FKliK HUB JURISTS  A LI. TltA ISS  IUST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION  "lllSATED 1JYHOT AIK.  nJEASoxAm.k kateb.  Red Rose Degree meets second and lourtli  Tuesdays of each month; White Hose Degree  meets third Tncsilav of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hail. ..* .Visiting brethren welcome  G. E. G-IOC1AN. HY. EDWARDS,  I're.iideut, Hon. Secretary.  TOURIST    CARS  TO ST.,PAUL  "Wednesdays -fc Sundays lo Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal nnd Boston  LOW RATE TICKETS .  Now; on Sale from Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  Brown & Guerin, Props.  KLROT1UC BELLS AND LTC1I1T IN EVERY ROOM.'  IIOL-Itr.Y STllERT CAR  M1SKTS  ALL TItAlNS.    .  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No.* 1658  Regular meetings are held in tin*  .Oddfellow's Hall on tlio Third Fri-  ^    dav of each inontli, at 8 p.m. sharp  ���������*���������    Visiting brethren cordially invited  III A. J JHN'SON, W.M  W. G. BIRNEY, IU-c:-Sec.  TO ���������  TO���������  -CHINA,  -AUSTRALIA  JAPAN,  ALASKA  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MIJi TON.     SAUSAGE;  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.,;  /     V.  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  Por .full information, printed  matter, ete., call on or address,  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  itevclstoke.  E, J. Coyle,  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Ageut  Vancouver  METHODIST CllCRCH, REVELSTOKE.  Preaching services ai 11 a.m. and."-.30 p. m  Class meeting al the clo*,e of the morning  service. Sabbath School and Bible Glass at 3:30  Weeklj- Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  evening   ai: 7:'.!0.   The    public   are   cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Rev. C I.ADNER, Pastor.  Eight a.m., Holy Eucharist; 11 a.m/., ma"-las.  Litany and sermon (Holy,Kucharist rlrsc Sun-  dav in ihe monlh); 2:3o Sunday 'school,* er  children's service;\7:3C Evensong (choral) and  sermon. ; Holy Days���������The Holy Enehanst is  celebrated at7 a.m. or 8 a.m1., ns announced.  Uoly Baptism afier Sunday School at3:15.  'c. a. tkoccniek, Rector.  4.4.*+^.i.+4.*4"H-**I.*I"J.^l**i.**l.*t4.*i  Baker and  which the   grant  colonial   Htutesuien  like   our   own   Sir  John   Macdonald,  "were the lirst to utter'aiid made it the 1  key to tha policy  of   his  department. | England of the Pacific .*ccnn.  In  consequence, for the'Brst time in ;=  lh������ history of the Colonial office, the  people of the tolouies, with which' it is  ���������tiipposed to deiil, knew what, the natiie  of the   Colonial" Secretnry   was.      If,  -following soma change of adininistru  tion,   ha   should   in   lhe    future    in.  -succeeded hy epiue shadowey titled or  political notoriety, shovelled  into the  oflice   hec.'iu������e   some   place   ban to be  found for him in the cabinet, il will lie  nothitig short of a serious cilainity to  the Empire.  At   this   important   stage    of     hei*  career, when  every  indication  points  to the'fact that, the Dominion is ahoul  to enter upon a freah stage of develop  ment and   progress, Citnada   is   to   he  congratulated on receiving a visit from  the    Ilrst .Colonial  Hecretaiy.   from J  whom a visit would be either a benefit |  - or a compliment.     Mr.  Churnherl.iin  ���������will come to see us at a time when so  shrewd   u   business man   cannot fail  everywhere lo murk signs of a fresh  beginning   of    business   activity  and  industry.    He ..will   note   that at lant  American   capital   is cotnmenciug to  recognize   the   immense   potiibilitiea,  which are afforded for investment by  the wonderful natural resources of. the  conntry.   From Cape Breton to Vancouver    Inland   he   will  tee  tha  beginnings     being      tnnda      of      vast  ������������i-r|iri*Fcs. which in n few years will  PRESBYTEKtAS  CHUItCir.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and  to which all are welcome  *.���������........ . :30 p.m.  Pruyer meeting at  to  WIUUll .... t..w   .   S r*. m. everv Wednesday.  Uev. W. C. Calder, Pastor.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mass   at 1(J:*I0: a. m.,   on   first,   second and  fourth Sundays in lhe month.  REV.   FATHER  THAYER.  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting every night in their  Hall on Front  .-street.  iWOTIS  Writr for our  inlerr*tinjf Yic>k-* "Invent*)   ;  lor'������ Help"  an I  " How you are swindled."/   !  'Send us a rough fketch <.r model of yotir tiw   ]  iTentlon orimprotfement ������n<1 wewillteU you)   j  Ireo onr opinion a������ to whether it s-* prolwblyj   |  ipatentRhle.   Pej^cted application* hnve often  >Deen    siiccefy������fiiUy   prc-^ecutert   by   ii**.     We  f conduct  fit My equipped offices tn Montreal  ������nd Wa*thinRton ; thiA<|u*aHfk*3 ux to promptly dispntch work ������n������1 quickly svetire Patents  an broT������i as the invention. High-eat reference*  1 furnished.  Patent* procured through Marion 8c Marlon receive special notice without charge in  over too newspapers distributed thiroiigltout  the Dominion. .  >   Specialty:���������Fatent busines1* of   Manufao)  turer������ and Engineers. J  . .  MARION & MARION  }    Patent Expart* and Bollcllors.  ir*4,~~.   !   N������w York LH������ B'Wit. ITontrMl?  Crun  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  BAIt -WKI.l/siJPI'UF.D BY TIIE CHOICEBT  AVINES, .'I.IQUOK8 AND CIGAH8   '.  .*'.**.   .  .  " ^iisiililllW'''  ���������.^tmW-1:' aaam '��������� H *W -. -^GBrs y.^iAiiy^^^ :yy^r7^^^^->-y^^\^^  Wholesale aid Retail Dealers  THE   MINES EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  We have purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines and .prospect��������� ind desire to hear from prospector* and others' haying, property  ' fim" f-ifilities for making quick sales are unrivalled. '  ���������Seild us reiK also wunple. of ore for exhibition at our.pfflce..  T  E MINES EX      ANGE, LIMITED.--., r 1    ,  Nelaon, B. O.  a    P, O. Box 70    tfiTirjwwi'^Wir1^"-'"'  H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Vnrs Clenncrf Mail P-?.-nire.I.  JUST EAST OK  PKESP.YTEKIAN CHURCH  Thlr'l Street.  H-G^ARSOX, ITcldent. ��������� "��������� ^ M. J.Q-BRIEN. MRnagl.VDlreetor >|  WRcreEtolie"Winrand:Spiqt^  Limited Liability.  .'���������''''      ' _    "     .'':- ��������� ' ���������' A1- ':-     "'-'-���������:.  Carry a full and complete line of   .-,    .   ;;     ^..-  ���������   ^t  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandle������, Burns,        ..;    ., * ���������  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Gins,  Ports, Sherlei,: Olarets, Champagne, Liquors  Imported and Domestic Oiffars- ~ "      *"       ' :"""  "'/'  Cor. Mackenzie Ave.    '  and Railway Street. X  **************************  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER. I  Royal School of Min*:-*, Ixm<3on. * Seven  yenr, ,  at   Murla  '.VorV������,  Swannea.     17   yeari  Chiel  Cliemlut  to Wigan Coal ar.tl  Iron ?:</,*,'. J_ng,  I.������t������<:h������inl8t an'l A.������saycr.I!aIl Mines, I.M.  Claims examined ana reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  ***********************-***  PELLEW-HARVEY, I  BRYANT & GiLMAN  Mining Engineers"'  and Assayers,  VAXCOUVF.R, B.C.   '. EHtabllshcd 1800  A88AY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  J UNOERTAKEH.  Te������t������ made up to 2,000Ib<i.  A specialty made of checking Smelter  I'UllM.  Hamplea from tbe Interior by mall or  express promptly attended to.  Correspondence solicited.)  VANCOUVER, I. C.  *** ******'ll ******************  TIME TABLE  ALEX. McLEAN  & CO  @  ������ ARcntu for the  fMason&RischPiai)  ������ OfFICK AT  1 J. McLeod's Residence  SECOND   STREET,   KAST.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  Laces and Braids  A large range ol Point f.acr,  '     DuvIicks     anil., * ISuttetiburK  Brnlcls,    Stiimjiei!    DchIkiim,  , stamped I.lnens, Embroidery  Needles, Hooks, -tc.    _,  llerlln and Zephyr Wools, all ���������  hliadcn, HUpper Soles, Valeu- K,  cieneeal.iiee, Insertion.  Callnt the -'  MADISON ;PARLORS.  i Misses Sheppard-& Bell  s McICcnile Avenue      oe23  THE CITYJXPRESS  . E. W.,B. Paget, Prop.  ssl  Prompt deUvery of, parceli, baggage, ete.  " to any part of tbe city ���������  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Bunfilni; between Arrowhead, Thomson's  T.amUnK and Comaplix, com mend nf{ Oetolicr  14th, 1901, will ������ail as lollows, weather pcrmll-  tln*.:  X^avini. Arrowhead for Thomson'.*. Landing  and Comaplix twicedally���������101c. and lftk.  I/Cavlni; Comaplix and Tliom������on's Landine  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7*ir>k and 12:45k  Making close connections with all ii. V. K.  Steamers and Trains.]  Theowncra reserve thc right to change times  of Hailing* without notice..  Ths Fred Robinson LumberlCo., Llmltod  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished iwith the  Choicest the Market  affords. ''  BEST WINES.TfQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  1 LIVE, ANDLEIUVElf  Please don't try nntl rim  us  out of town by s������ruiiUK your  orders east.     We must have .  your work in order to live.  We depend oh  yon for our  work 1    Eastern   houses   do'-',  not!    Do not .allow yourself  ,.  to be roped in by their ped- '  dlers.     We   also guarantee  to give you better satisfac-   -  tion for your money.  Si,.   3.   -W-XLS03ST,  Next the McCarty Block.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at K.M. Smythe's Tobacco  tore, or by Telephone Ko.7 will receive prompt  ttention. ���������*    -  W Jas. 15 Wpt>drow  Retail Dealer in���������       .., ,-,  ; ) ��������������������������� ;^*s^Pork,  vj -'  'i   ���������';   ftiiittohi Etc.y,  -.    ,- r.  ; .jt -i *s ,��������������� y; -,��������� ��������� ��������� :f .- : -;>��������� -  Fish and,Game ja"S������i*won.... 7   .  :   ���������-- r -. .- --- -.!*������������������-.  All ordera promptly Oiled,  *-\i  9  -A  h  "lil  ���������r  in  W  SBl fcy**^**************'**-*'**'*'^^  Thc Smelting,Centre of the Similkameen Valley.    Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  ���������-.--."���������*���������.- Sufrouhde*d"by"tlie following resources: Coal, gold, copper, silver and a fine agricultural country. Large^ herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a climate almost southern  and all that.could be; asked.    . ���������  ASHNOLA Is owned;and brick'od by tho payroll of tliu Similktiincun Valley Coal Compnny, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. The ouiripiumit. and development of their'coal mines, installing  of water, electric light and power plants avo already arrangi'd for. The* development, of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine'hy the Eastern Capitalists who have established their payroll ut'ASHNOLA, makes it the  coming city of the interior of British Columbia.  A City of Wonder, Progress a&id Great Prosperity  ��������� '        ' **  Lots in Ashnola are safe investments. Tn Blocks L to 1 and IM to 20 lhc price will be advanced 2oc.  pet month until May 1st, 1002,' and to ten per ennt. in thu remaining blocks. Tlio present price is from $30 lo  $223.   Twenty-five per cuut. cash, three, six and nine months without interest.  Arrangements are already completed for Eight, buildings, including cottages for the Employees*, of  tbe company at Ashnola.   This work will be under full headway by Hay 1st.  Four yours ago tho Crow's Nest Shares could be biiuglit and were sold ut 11 cents. Today they are  quota 1 at $S0.(K). With tho advent of transportation, Similkumcet. Valley Coal can bo delivered ut any  point'iu West ICootenay or Vale Us cheaply as by any olher Company in Canada.  .'    " FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.  " NELSON, li. C.   *        ' * "* "1  *&i>+������i4i������-a'*������:iM.m**-&+*+-*������������*������***+'r*  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo --Lots  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  _-��������� ��������� .CIRCLE CITY-is thc -Terminus,  of   thc   proposed   Railway   already   surveyed  5 ''. r."-      i '"'". 7]   via the-Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  * J.     *        \ '���������������* ."     " J      \ ' -^        .       r . .       r       r* f - t l  -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.        .        .        . . . .."._.  y  [Which will be utilized .next Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  "ft.',:  (0CB, BATHO,  SO&J-rrs"*  gxison,  B. O.  "4:  ?A  Is the recognized   organ for all the latest mining news  of North  ^rewjx ^"^^Yei^-?^ Particular attcntion'is 'paid"'to"'seeming early' and reliable  revival of certainty_throughoiit North, Kootenay, and mining men. and  " others desirous of-gaii.ing the'earliest arid most authentic news fiom the  :district**will���������find-tlic columns of-the HERALD-their best source   of  information.-  ������������������;���������': ,     -���������-,  , .    . ��������� ..Railway News is also a Specialty of the.HERALD and articles of  special interest"to Hallway men will also be'fottnd in its columns.  ;- ffi:M ADVERTISING 1D11  ��������� ���������.; -,:i '..*-. y..  .-���������  .- ���������   ,* '  *��������� . - ' -.THE HERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  and the class of readers.^whiclrit reaches,- unparalleled in the district. 11  appears-twico to any other paper'sohce a week and is found in the home*;  of the wage-earning classes', the backbone of the business of the district.  "-BiM-nessnien want their announcements to reach the home people who  have* the money to take advantage of their otfers and thc homes and  families which render it necessary for them to spend it. No other class of  circulation is'of any use to them. These'are the kind of people who make  up a big proportion of our  Subscribers,   people   with  homes,   fainilk*;..  -employment and.interests right.at home, the people Revelstoke mei chants want to get at!   A spiice in pur advertising columns, judiciously and  5tiferoiighly;-atiliaed,"cori8titutes;a*Twice A-Week letter to every liome in  ' Bevelstoke, and in:the Railway aud Mining points,  tributary to Rovc-I-  * -*- :* ,*-- *\5 j .  t . 'j     * *���������   :      :--*'.'-*���������       j-       ~ y -  stoke business. -     - -  lBOBPR!iN(fDEPARMM  Is the cohiiiietest in the 'district for appliances, material and  -.Craftsmen. . O.ur.jwprk speaks. for��������� itself.. No other oflice in North  "Kootenay can touch'it; because we not only have'the tools to do good  - work with, but we-know how to use them. Call and see our Samples and  you wilt perhaps be surprised to see the artistic and finished class of work  ^which'we'ean turn bht'. =VPrices graded down to suit the times.  .   ���������-"-      f��������� \:-\y  Certificate of Improvements.  "3STOTIOE  Moruinp Star. Walrus,Sea Lion ami Bonanza  Mineral Ulium*-, filuato in thu i.ardeau Mining  l)lri*-icm ol Wu������t Kootenny District Where  located : On McnhenicK Creel;, near Fish  Hllfcl.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C. Green, acting as  a;o:il for Align*, McKay, F. JI. C. 11 ii'iOOii, und  ���������I. U. Jk'Konzlo. Free M'ner's Certificate Xi>.  H:M)2j, intend, sixty dayp from the date hereof,  to apply to llio-Mining Keeorder lor crtiflvntch  of Ini)iroM_inenls. for tlicpnrpo'-u of obtaining  Crow n Grunts of the above chums.  And further take notice lhat action, under  section lil. niui-t be commenced hefore t* e  i*>*-ii*iiice of Mini Certificate*-of Improveinenls.  Hated this ftrtt day ol March, 1902, A.I).  F. C. Oltr.hX,  per F. S. il..  - -   -.    ���������         _   ���������       . .    Xelson, B C.  NOTICE���������'Ihnl.ilxly days nftcv diilo I liilond  to npplv to llie Clilef lloiiiiulsaloiiur ol'  l.iiinls inul \Vorks for pcniilstlini to iiin'chiii-o  KUucrcK of land sliiiiiliion llie Nurthoimt Arm  ol (Vrruw I.uko, in the District of W. / Ivooie-  nay H.C., and describe'! as follow*** '*������2  t'oiniiii'iiuinK from S.W. corner 8V IHI,  Ihence North iwtronomlcnl no chu W .iinice  West 80 vhiilns; Ihence South no , .,-lns up-  liroxliimtcly; llience Vim chains North-  Kusteily tn poinl of commencement.  1'llKn. ItOHINSOX.  1'fli. fl-tf (i. It.&KKKK, As!<"l.  '.)>���������:  HOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICK Hint 'sixty days after date J  intend to apply to lhe chh'fi'on.iultislonor  ol  Lauds and  Works for i.i*i*m!s.-i(,n  lo  pur  ciinso a parcel of luud descrlhed as follows  Coiiimenclut; m a post marked Alice Perry's  No. 1 l'osi; llience west '-.'U chains; tlicnce  Nortli lu chains; thenco F.ust'JO chains; thenee  South-10 chains lo point ol commencement.  Tills find Ion of land coiniiienccs North of It.  F. J'crri's pic-cmptiou iollowhii; McKoir/.iu's  N'oilh-\\'L**.t I.Ine, conlulunii' ahoul 81) uci'O.s,  more or less.  AJ.ICK I'l'.ltUY.  Goldiields, Nov. 'J7,1901. Hoi* I-l lit  JSTOTICB  NOTICE Is Ii.'ii'liv Klvcn Hint !U1 da^s after  dnte I littuii.l to upply lo llio chief Com.  mth-doncroi I.mills uud Works fur pctinl**slon  to cm un.l curry iiviuy llmiifr Iriiui the lollow-  liiK deii'illi-Ml lnnd*-;���������Coiiimciii'lni; nl a posi  nl lh.i siiui||.(.||sl coiner of Honor I*'. I'orry!**  prc-ciiiplloii, iiinrlci'd "Muitheust coru..,r ol  llmliiT limit uppllcd ior hy 1". ,1, ihil.Mnilh";  llicnec -.\csi iu chnlns; thenco norlh UK) chains;  llicucc ea-l >W clniins to Fish Creel.; ihence  lollowIiik iho mcuudcriuKs of Fl"h Creek luu  clmins to poinl ul comiiH'iicciiit'in ; coiiliiiulllti  fill) ni*ivi, more or less.  r. .i.doi.n-sjin'ii,  ThoiiKson's l.nndiiii;, Octoher H'.lli, IWII.  3STOTIOE.  TAKK NOTICI*: that WI dn>s nfier dale 1  luienJ to tiuply to tliu Chief Comiulsslnuvi' ol  I.nnds nnd Works fur iivrinissiuu to purchase  tin* fulliiwlin. described hinds;  Comiucnclmt nt u posi marked "li. McAdams'  o. 1 l'ost," slum to close to the old lino ul  Hill ,V ll mn I ford's pre-emption, Fish Creek,  Ihcnce nortli *IU clniins, Ihcnco west Ml ehnins,  llience south III clmins, tlienee enst 20 chain*,  lo poinl of comuienccuicni.  Gold Held*., Jan. lSlli, 10HJ.  F��������� McAdam.  ol tlielty of  Revelstoke. !.  By-Law Number J  A By lav/ to Raise the Sum of  S7.000 for* Street Purposes  and Sidewalks.      ;  NOTICE.  TAKi: NOTICK thnt cn ilnjs after dale 1  1 intend to niiply to the Chief Commissioner  ol Lands and Works Inr permission to cut and  carry awny limber from the following described lands:  UoinmeiifiuK at a r������st marked 7'ORor F.  Porrv's southeast corner post situate about '200  feet from Seoit Creek, tlienee nest lu chains;  thencu north 100 chains; theuce east .10 chains;  ihcnce south ItiO chains, to tho place of commencement; containing CIO ucres.  HOOUIt F. TERRY.  Goldiields. B. C Oct 17 Ji. l'JOl.      Nov. G-tl.  ,        -"srorroiEi  IN TIIE  COL.NTY   COUHT   OF   KOOTENAY,  HOLDEN AT KEVELSTOKE. '  1!i:th'ki*.\*:���������  Itobert Caley, ol lievelstoke, B.Cpliiiitlff.  and       ���������*-'  N. Ilnskcll, of Kevelstoke defendant.  To N. Haskell lhe above, named defendant:���������  TAKi: NO'l ICE that a default summons and  plHlnl have, been 1-sued out of this Court  ngain*-l ^Oll in nn notion ngiinst you by Itobert  Calev, or lievelstoke, B.C.. lo rei over the sum  of ?ioGO for boaid and lodging lurlslicd to  you bv lhe above named plaintiff, and that in  pursuance olan order of His Hon. J. A. Forin,  Judge of this Court, you are required within  11 dais from the publication of this notice in  the Kevklstoke UnitALD, newspaper, to file your  dispute nolo, if anv, wilh the Registrar of this  Court at Kevelstoke, otherwise judgment will  bo entered against jou.  Dated lhis Gtli March,    .D., IWIi.  i-unn. FKASER,  Registrar of the _ounty Court.  ^       NOTICE'. >'���������  -  Engineer:!. Firemen.-Mm-hiiii-ls nnd  Elet.lt'iciiins send for 40 pnge pamphlet  containing questions aslied^'liy Ex  umining Board of Engineers to ohtitin  Engineers licenser. Address-Geo. A.  Keller, Puhlisher. "is" 8. 4th'St'.. St.  Louis, Mo.. U.S.A.   .  ustoticie!  TAKE NOTICE Hint fill days nriei dale I  intend to uppl. totlie Chief ''oaimissKiner of  Lands and Works for permission lo puicliasc a  piece of laud dcscribed.iis follows :  Commencing at a post marked r T Cold  smith's No. 1 post, thenee south to chains ,  thence east 40 chains ; thence north *)1 chains,  thence west 10 <.halns, to point of commence  men'���������lfiO acres more or less. This land was  staked bv .1. H. AicKen/lo last June. Has a  purcbasc**������No. 1 post about 100 feet from Gold-  llnch trail nnd ubout 200 feci up hill, the east  line following Fish l'.i\cr.  Located Februarv 20, VXL2.  F. I.CiOI.PSMITII,  Goldiields. D.C.  WHEREAS it is deemed oxpoOIont In improve nurtiiln siieels lu the city ofRevclstoke  by |.rndiug, gnivolling and dllchlng tlio Mime  und toeoiiNtruct sidewalks lu and along certain of lhu slicelsof the snid city;  AND WHEREAS It Is expedient lo horrow  Um sum ol Seven '1 housund Unllurs for ihe  purposes ulorcsutd;  Nl) WHEREAS the wholo amount oi  rateablo real properly uf thu mid citv,  according to the lasl iovl������*od iishe**-iiieut  Kill Is Six Hundred nud Fllij-tlireu TlioiHiuid  Two Hundred and Puvonty-imi* Dollars;  AND WI1EHI*: S ll will ho requisite tn uilse  unniially by Hpcclul iiilesulllcluul therefor thc  sum of l'ivu Hundred and Forty-two JXiilnrs  und onu cr't Ior inlying iho said debt and  interest I hereon;  NOW TIIKKEKOKE, the Municipal Council  of lhe Corpoi'inlon of the City of ItevolMnkc  eniiets ns follows;  1. It shall he law ful for the Mnvnr of the  (-iirpornlloii ot the Cily uf Itov'clnlol.i* to  borrow upon the credit of the snl.l (joi'|iori<-  ilou by way ol debenturcw hereluafier  mentioned Ironi nny person, person*,' llrm  biiily or bodl's corporate, who may bu willing  to udvuuee the saute as a lonn, a sum ol money  not exceeding lu tho whole thu sum of Seven  Thousand Dollars to cause all mich sums so  raised or reculvcd lo bu paid Inlo Hie bunds of  the Trensurcr of the. Corporation for the  purposes und with tli������* objects hereinbefore  recited,  . '-!, Itshall bu lawful Inr the Mayor of the  suld Corponulon to cause any number nl  debentures lo be made, executed and Issued  for such sum or sums as mny he required for  Hie purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding however the sun. of Seven Thousand  Dollari!, each of the debentures being of the  denomination nf Ono Thousand Dollars, and  all such debentures shall be scaled with the  Heal of the Corporation "and signed by the  Mayor thereof.     . t  '.I. Tliu said debentures shall bear the date  ol ISth May, A. 1). VM2, nnd shall, bo made  payable in Twenty-live yenrs from lhe said  date In lawful money ol Canada, nt' tlio oflice  "f the Molsons Hank In Revelstoke aforesaid,  which .said place of payment, nluill be  designated by said debentures and-shall have  attached to tlieni coupons for tho payment of  1 merest and the signature to the interest  coupons mny be cither written,printed,stumped or lithographed.  I* Tho said debentures shall bear interest at  live per centum per annum from the date  thereof, which interest -shall be ' payable  scmi-aiiiuully at .the oflice of the Molsons  Uank, in Revelstoke aforesaid, iu iawlui  money ot Canada, ou the ISth day ot Mny and  13th day of November respectively in ench and  every \eni during the currency thereof, nnd  Itshiill boexpiosscd in said debentures and  coupons to beso payable.   -  5. Itshall be lawful for tlio Mayor of the --aid  Corpoialiou lo ncgolhilc and sell the said  debentures, or any of lliem, for less than par*  and in no ease shall the said debentures, or  nny of them, be negotiated or sold for less  than ninety-live per centum of their value,  including the cost of negotiating and -nle,  brokerage and all other, neeessury expenses.  fi. There shall be raised nnd lciied in each  Senrduring tho currency of said debentures  the sum ol Three Hundred and Fifty Dollars  for the payment of interest and One Hundred  and Mnety-tno Dollars and one cent for  payment of tho said debt under the said  deuenlurc.s b. a sp-iclal rule sulllcient therefor  on all the rateable real properly in lhe said  Municipality.  7. .tt-hull be lawful for the sold Municipal  Council to repurchase any of said debentures  upon such terms as mn'y be agreed upon with  the legal holder or holders, thereof, cither at  the time ol sale or any subsequent, time or  times; and ail debentures so 'repurchased  shall forthwith be cancelled, and* *destroved  and no rcis*ue,of the debentures shall * bu  made in consequence of such repurchase.  8. Thc Bylaw shall take effect on the' ISth  day of May, A.D., 1902. ��������� ���������      ���������* '  Read a'first time April 12th, 1902.  Read a second iinie'Aprilllith, 1902.  Read a third time April 12th, 1902.  Received the as������ont of the Electors     .   1902.  Reconsidered and finally passed and adopted  b> the Council 1902., -,   ,  3STOTIOE  Certificate of Improvements.  UOTICS  Centre Star nnd Evening Star 'Mineral  fluimssituaiein the 1 urdeau .Mining uirixion  of We"t Kootenay District. Where located :  On -.ionhenick creek, near Fish River, j  TAKE NOTICE lhat I, F. C. Green, 'icting as  ncent for J. IJ. McKenzie, Free Miner's Ccrtill-  cate No. H ::2025, intend, sixty da>s from lhc  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  or Certificates of Improvement**, Ior tlie purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  nd further tnke notice Ihnl action, under  section S7.  must be   commenced   beforo   the  issuance of such Certltlcutes ol Improvcinents.1-  Dated this fir-tdny of Mnrch. IPOS, A. D.  F.C. (IRE   N,  per F. P C ,  Nelson, B.C.  Certificate of Improvements.  3STOTICE  NOTICE IS IIERl'.ni GIVEN thnt "0 d.iis  alter date, 7 Intend (o make application to the  Honorable the chief t ommissioncr of Lands  and Works for a special liccntc to fill and  carr\ awn> timber from the following des  (nbed lands  No. 1.  Commencing nt a post plinted about r0  chains north of St. Leon Hot Springs on the  Arrow Lakcsaxd marked .I. T. south west corner, thence east 100 chains; llience noi lh 10  chains ; thence west Kit) chains ; tlieni e soulh  to chains lo place of comnicnccr.-.eut.  No. 2.  Commencing at a post planted about;: mites  south from tlie_inouth_of Deep creel:jiii,alei_a.  Bav, Arrow Lakes,^marked .1. 1'. and Being"  about 6 chains east of T.II.D.V south west coiner post: thence woslSO chains ; thencu south  80 chains; tlienee cast 80 chains ; theuce noi lh  SO chains to place of commencement.  Nelson, 11. C, March 3rd, 1902. ������' "  JAMKS A. TAY I.O I.  Arrowhead.  ity Clerk  Mavor  1 VKr NOTIOE that'tho.above is ft true  copj of the proposed Bylaw upon which the  \otoof the Municipallt> will.be taken at the  I ire Hall. Second Street, Revclst-.ke, between  the bonis of eight o'clock in tlie forenoon and  four o'tlock in the alteinoon on thc.Tlilrtictli  daj of April, A I) ,1902,  C. E. SHAW,  ���������  Clctk of tlio Munioipai Council,  I/i(l>  FIGURES TALK  SVSr!  Tin; iu..|.  payiiiK iii!  charges   ol"  Certificate, of Impveroments.  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,$2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.'  i* ZX!1J".jrtX<&ZZca:i.a.*^..j..    -.-s**#*^i k.6j.^_jj ..;^.  Red Fox and Ridge Mineral Claims, situate  in the Lirdfttu Mining Divi-ion of West Koote-  iiav District. Where located : On Menhenick  Creek  near Fi-b Rher.  T*KE NOTICE that I, F. C Green, acting as  seem for Annus McKay, Free Miner's Certlllcate No ������ 32005. intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, :o applv to thc Mining Keeorder  for Certificates ol Improvements, for the pur.  poie of obtaining Crown Gruuts of the above  claims.  And further tftVc notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before thc  issuance ol such Certificates of Improvements,  Dated this first dav of March, 1902, A. D,  F. C. GREEN,  per F. S C ,  Xclson, B.C.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  SITFATE IN THE REVhLSTO E MINING  ,      Division of West Kootenay District.  Where Located: Oil Kev-stone Mountain,  Big Rend, near Downie Creek.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Geo. S. MeCarter  Rdine as agent for J D. Graham, Free Miner's  Certificate So. D. 3724 and for W. H.Viekers,  Frw* Miner's Certificate No. G0821, intend CO  day irom the date hereof to apply to the  j Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improve-  I ments for tlie purpose ol obtaining Crown  Grants oi thc above claims.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action  under Section 37, must be commenced before  lhc i*"-uance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of February. A D.1902.  Fel 12-tf a**. 8. t*cCo.rt.r.  Ilutte. Silver How nnd Black Diamond  Mineral Claims, s tunic in the Lardeau Milling  Division of West    oolenay District.  Wliere Located: "Near the Head of Le.Ning-  ton Creek, n tributary of Fish Creek.  TA E NOTICE that I, A. 1*. Cuminlii������. as  Agent for the Double Eaglu Mining and Development Company. 1 hulled, of Ferguson,  B.C, l'rco Miner's Cerlilicale No. _!|,S.->1,  intend, sixty days'from the date hcrcot, m  ni.ply to the .iiiiiig 1'ecordcr fur a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining  a Crown Uriintol theabovuulaiui. .  And i urthcr Taku    otice Hint action, undo  Section !)7,  must   be   commenced   before the  issbHuce o! such Certificate of Improvements  Dated thi.s twenty-third day of January, A.D.'  190-'. ;  17 A.T. CUMMINS, I'.L.S. v"  Feb. 5���������tf  FARWELL  ESTATE.  The  choice  land  north  of  track,  between Tapping's and Long's, will    *  be  subdivided for sale as  soon as  possible.'  G.M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B. C.  P. O.Boi. *_25.  Corporation of the City of Revelstoke "'  ,,        ,   - ,, i .s   '  SEALED TENDERS addressed to thc under  signed and endorsed, "Fire Alarm" will be  rceeh'edup to noon on Friday, April 25th,  for lhe placing in position of about 20 (twent*,)  hrealnrm poles, nnd)the stringing of nlurm  *wucsthcrcoii. Tenders to state price per pale.  C. E. SHAW, City Clerk. -  Revelstoke, April 11th, 1902.    ..   -,  " llu*; (ll'iii iniiiu.'il uicctin^ of the  shui'oholilut'snf thu Crow's Next Purs  Coal Oiiiiip-iny was held in Toronto on  Mm*..!"i Till.  inoiil. or the yew* after  pjH.'i**ili..|������ (.*:������������������ ponscs unci all  ovitj* kind iiiiiounteil  to !f207 Sir: :j<). 'Aftei* pnyiiifs. a dividend  ut the fate of ten per cent per aiimiiiji,  a kilant'c of $2S 142,8) wns carried  forward   to' tlie  crudit   or profit and  loss .-UllOltllt,.  This, company's ns������Pts are their coal  mines aiul tlie townsite of Ferine.*  l'\>ur year*. nKo this company had no  ti'iii.f-poi'tutmn facilities and their  stouk sold as low a*, eleven cents per  shari*. Today lheir Meek is selling nt  ���������SOU 00.  The Nimilktitiiuen Valley, Conl Company Limited assets nro, coal mines,  tiu.hui*, water power, ngt-tcultui-iil and  lioiUciilluial land, city .vntcr wovks,  electric light plant and the town-  site of Aminolu, siu rounded by the  following resources; gold, copper, silver, lead, iron, lime, fireclay, platinum  and a line stock raising country nnd it  is the smelting centre of the Siinilka*  moon Valley with a cliinute all that  could hi* asked. Today you can secure  an option on this company's stock hy  paying ten cents per share down and  ten cents por month until fully paid,  with non forfeit ure clause. This price  is'subject to n twenty five cent advance  without notice, or as soon ������s transportation is' assured. The ��������� present  price' is $1.00 per sliare. Do not wait  until it is too late, but get in on tho  ground lloor und make a handsome  profit. A puvchasei* of 100 shares now  may gain a piofit of .1.8,600. Crown  Nest *-h.ues as an example. This would  he a fair profit on an investment of  $10 per month for eleven months. XVe  invite the fullest inspection of the  company's affairs hy intending  purchasers. - Foi further information  apply to the Similkameen Valley Coal  Company Limited, head office,Nelson,  B. C, room "A" K.W.C. block. B*ker  Street, Nelson, B. C,  Lord Strathcona.  -LordStrathcona and Mount lloyal,  now High,Commissioner for Canada  at the'English Court���������and still young,  though his snow wlut������ hair tells a  story of riiore than 80 years of life-  was one of lhe<,priricipa.l partners of  Jas. J. HilP'-when the Great Xorth-  magnate built the  Manitoba railroad,  part of the Great  '   Lord   Strathcona  western railroad  old St. Paul k  afterward, to be  Northern' system  was plain Donald Smith then. ,  Upon     thc, ,-advice    of   Mr.  Hill,  Wright Porritt  Is-to he found at hi& Photographic ��������� Studio in , tho  Tapping Block "daily during ofllee hours.  Wright Porritt  ^""���������I*. ...   -_>   *, ,-i *,_<:-  ;7 .       ' Kcvolstokul'B. O. i'i  Agents  ; Wanted!!!;.;  Lady or Gentleman J! .,  To represent the old lelialile  London^ k '-.Lancashire Life.  The Children's,���������Endowment,  and ten payment bond "polities,  ete. , " - '������������������,.-' f ' '  Most parents are willing to  give their, hoys-a. start in life  hy taking an endowment made  payable at "age 30, paying the!  :* '* pietniuin until the boy is able  ���������   -*',* to.ciiri'y it himself....      (i  --  *,     --V'V^GEO.-D.SCOTT.'.      *  -  "  Manager for B.C!���������Noi thweSl.���������Yukon  Vancouver, BrC.  Express Belivery  All ' orders left ��������� at ' W. M.  Lawrence's' will be - promptly  attended to. '' t*  H. Cook.  MOSCROP ...  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot Water  And Stcpm Heating, Gas  Fittin  Second Sf., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Donald Smith invested in theNorthem  Pacific railroad as it was built up. In  time-these' 'holdings 'of Northern  Pacific' in the hands of thc Canadian  aggregated some 20,000 (shares.     They  were. held   as   invastments   and   the  . , i -        .,  stock market knew, little of their  whereabouts.      '.,  When the strenuous fight for control -of .the Northern 'Pacific was in  progress- last' spi ing ��������� the interests"  opposing ^ the1 Hill Morgan syndicate  sentan ambassador to London to offer  Lord Strathcona 820,000,000 foi the  shares he held���������ten times their value.  Possession of these shares would have  turned the tide of-, battle. But Lord  Strathcona, in his inimitably*courteous manner? rejected Uie propotition,  saying: ' ' ',  "When I was young and with littlw  money James .T. Hill was one of my  hest friends. His railroads have been  my lx*st investments itince. No  aiiiout of*money would tempt ma  to turn against him now."���������New York  TimrN.  '. ���������'   $,4000 for Kinney.  Caixsaky,  N.  W..T., April. IO���������In  thc Suit of Kinney vs.  the C. P. R.,  i '��������� ' - * -  Chief  Justice   McGuire   today    gave  judgment    that    tha     plain tiff   waa  entitled to .$4,001) damage*.'    This was  the aniont given  by the jury: at th������  trial, subject to the, determination of  certaih    questions   which , the  judge  decided   in. favor. .*of. ..th������- plaintiff  Kinney1 was   a   moil clerk, who  wai  injured two years ago in an accident  at Black Mud' Creek,  on the Calgary  and Edmonton railwav.  ��������� ' Bargains in Boy's Suits.  - ���������1'50 Boy's Suits^-the latest and  niost stylish on the market. These  Buits wilLbe offered at prices that wil  guarantee a ready sale.. Come in and  inspect the stock at C. B. Hums fc  Co.'s.      ."     :   '-- WALL PAPERS  We have them in all  the new designs for tlie  year. See our samples  it" you arc going to  paper.  Cdnadd Drug & Book Co  When Sjirsng ThyIi are Desired,..  and Ee&nosr������y.ia' /-c'visablo.     V  tmrn  iit������  ���������^i>  ���������ii">  .���������������������������  ���������������at>>  ���������������sn.  " *������������������^s_)  ���������-���������*���������������������  BORN,  Kki.i.htt���������At Victoria. B.</'.. Tuesday.  April lol.h. the wifo of J. Kellett.  Ai'i'owlicail, B.C., of twins, (girls),  NOTES OF  NEWS  Kreutuan I/iki* has gone to South  Africa.  Today's No. 2 was three bonis late,  arriving at 11.80.  ���������I'Ycsh Gi'iiccirics at A.   N. Smith's.  Miss Duncan ratiirned from Arrow-  iK'.'td on Thursday's train.  Thos. Steed is laid up at his resilience on Front street through   illness.  Tha contract for a Masonic Temple  at a cost of $.'.0,000 has been l������t at  Grand Forks, N.D.  Mr. J. Sullivan was in the city on  "Wednesday-and left for the south  Thursday morning.  ���������Golf stockings���������JusL the thing for  bicycling, at O. B. Hume Si Co's.  Mis. Ginn,' who has heen visiting  her sister, ��������� Mrs. Lyons, left for her  home in Manitoba last week.  Mayor O'Brien returned yesterday  morning from a business trip through  the Okanagan district.  A bylaw to raise $7000 for sidewalks  and street improvement* will be voted  on by the ratepayers on Wednesday  next.  W. A. Bauer, the Dominion and  provincial lanil surveyor of Vancouver,  will open .an oftlee in Ferguson ' next  month.  ���������Under wear���������Natural. wool���������medium weight, Balbriggan and natural  unshrinkable. Just opened up at C.B.,  Hume k Go's., -   ���������  . The hospital building is progressing  vapidly and the contractors expect'tb  have their contract complsted early in  May. '  Mrs.'D. Jackson'and family left for  a visit to Montreal on Thursday. Mr.  J.ic-ksnn accompanied them as fat* as  the end ol this division.  The young ladies of the* ping pong  club will serve refreshments during  I.he two afternoons of Ihe tournament;  Music will also be furnished.,  ���������Straw hats. Now opening, ladies,  gents and chiidrens. C.B. Hume k Co.  The regular -weekly meeting of the I.'  0. G.T. was held   in  Selkirk  hull on  .. Thursday "evening.   New ofllcers were  elected for the ensuing term and  four  initiations.  ���������The Canada Drug & Book Cit. have  a lot of odd lots of wallpapers enough  ,. in each to do small rooms, pantrys etc.,  which they will sell for 5c. per roll  to  cloar out, don't, miss this chance.  Selkirk    and    Revelstoke     lodges,  1. O. O. F., will parade to tha Presby-  .terian churoh on Sunday evening at  11:43.   The pastor, - Rev. W. C. Calder,  will deliver an address to the brethren.  Arthur Evans, formerly of the Hotel  Ferguson, at Ferguson, was in town  on Tuesday. ' Mr. Evans has taken a  lease on the Prospectors Exchange at  Beaton and will assume charge on the,  ,   1st or May. ���������-    -  ��������� K.-V-.-Chambers-issuert-the-last-Copy-  . of the Golden Era on Thursday. Mr.  Chambers wil] take the plant at once  to Ai mstrong, where he says tho issuing will give better returns for the  money invested.  Chocolates'  We have lately imported  the choicest varieties of  the above in hulk, aiul  are selling at  fi^t ���������     R  ;}> /fir. /K> rSjB       tH '���������" sr* /p.% /ftf) ftn.  an  Bam.  AVe can always give you  an  even  exchange-  VALUE FOR CASH.  O-IEl'TEIEfcA.IL.   ZyLICI^HA.lT'XS.  S3  i@  -������������������  Everything the   Ladies require in Dress  Goods  ancl thc well known " Empress Shoe," witli wide  ancl narrow toe.  ?5c. per lb.  Highest  Award  at the World's Fair.  Red Cross  j������i    .   - Drugstore  m<&������  ^a^urA���������^^atu^lM  -o  CALL AND   INSPECT   THE  NEW CONSIGNMENT'OF  King's Ugiioii i^ade  K*  J?.������  em*���������  DOTS tot  You can't heat them and you can't wear them out  before you have had your money's worth.  GENT'S FURiHSHINGS km HOUSE FURNISHINGS  COMPLETE \H EVERY DETAIL.  M AC K E N Z J \Z A V E N U F.  Alail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To  of all kinds  and ���������  Crockery  just opened up.  ��������� A set of  CUPS AHD SAUCERS.  from   the   Foley factory  In  England, will suit you.  SKATES.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  ���������*rt$  Mike Carl in of the Columbia Uiver  Lumber Co. was in town on Thursday.  Airs. I. V. Edson. who was visiting  her mother. Mrs. McCallam, last week,  has joined Mr. Edson at Ferguson.  ���������Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  The buffalo herd' at Banff has been  increased by two already this spring,  two calves having boon born last  week.  Hob Cunning will look into the  resources of the Canoe B iver and liig  Rend country this, sunimoi.���������Now  Denver l^edge.  The annual examination of candidates for licenses to practice as  assaycr's within- the province is now  under way at Nelson.  Miss Sawyer's name should have  heen mentioned in the list of ladies on  the entertainment committee foi* the  first afternoon in thn Ping Pong  tournament.  ���������Don't forget that CD. IInine & Co.  are showing the best unities in boys  suits that can lie got in town. Every  suit is'new.   No old stock.  The Canadian larro**so team now  playing' in England. Ireland and  Scotland are meeting with success in  their" matches everywhere and are  -very popular wilh the old country  people.  ���������The cigars���������Our Special. The  Union and t.:i Corona arc household  wo'rdi.   Smoke them aud no other.  Thc Altar society of the Catholic  church intend having a sale of work  arid afternoon tea about "May ISth. A  quantity of children's summer clothing, ladies aprons, etc., also fancy  articles will he offered for sale.  ���������All kinds of leather belts, the  newest* thing. ' Just what you want  for sports and football, at C. B, Hume  k Go's.  Norman Luxton, who recently-  returned ' from - Sydney. Australia,  after having crossed the Pacific in a  Siwash war canoe, has just secured  control of " Crag and Canyon'* a  newspaper published at Banff in the  interests of the Canadian National  Park and vicinity. ������  ���������Wanted.���������By. a lady,  situation as  &���������  ���������PAmiimUmAyy7yy::y77y.7LAUy  FURNITURE GOODS mu.-.i. I.e sold  at cost in order In make ji ouni fur  another large ear of Furniture. \vhir:h  will be hi'i'u shortly, call and see if  wo can't arrange lo supply you. Now  is youi' opportunity to I'miiis-li cheap.  REVELSTOKE  FURNITURE    CO'Y.  ,a������v  NEBROS.  o-iE3fr"Ei"H/A.ij ^E:E*idi3:A.if*r?rs.  " Strongest In the World."  II EQUITABLE UR ASSURANCE SOCIETY  OF 'THE   XJ3STITEI3' STATES.    (  X HAVE IT!.  The largest, stock of thc latest, "WATCHES,  CLOCKS. RINGS, SILVER "WARE." CUT  C-iLASS. FASIIIONAT.LE JEWELUV, Etc.  ^!y many yours' experience enables mc to buy  goods at the right, prices, enabling me to  sell Lo tlio public at reasonable prices.  J".   G-"U"X"   BA.K,"BEK,.  Outstanding Assurance Dec. 31, 1001. S 1,179,270,725,00..  "?.'. 215)012.087! 00""'  WATCIl-KKl'AIItlNCI   A   SPECIALTY.  SIB!  Jk-CB-E-tfTTS   JFOIR.  FINANCIAL-  COAL FOR SALE,  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Public  RE*,'EL-STOKE, n. C.  a ffJS"   Cl. I', it. TOWNSITK, I  'tlVtSl     Bi&~    MAI1A  TOWNSITK.  >������&&������������     KSf~   RERItABr) TOWXSITK.  gxy  cam no hn ic towxsiti*:.  t Cxttxit'l'i Pcrmniient it Western  )       Cnniidn MortKKfje Corporation.  ( Equitable Viivu.g_. J.oun und IJuilcling Association.  flniperlrtl Tire.      Caledonian Ki re.   Atla* Fire.  Canadian Tiro.   Merenntile Tire.    Northern Kire.  i Guardian Viro.   ZSlaiU'licstcr Tire.   Great West Lite.  I Ocean, Aeeident nnd liuaranlec.   Confederation Life  ��������� 1.Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  New  iVssuraucc Issued in 1001 *.  Income .'. ".-������������������_'   Assets^ Pec. :u, inoi.:'...*...V...... ; -."-.'  Assurance"Fund and all otltor liabilities '  Surplus ... ���������>  Paid Policyholders in 1001   ; ai,374,005'04  331,039,720'^  256,'910,078"28  . 71,129,042 00  27,711,621 42  JAMES ������/. ALEXANDER,  JAMES H.HYDE,  H. ALLENBERG, Spokane,  F.B.LEWIS,  ."'���������    .-!'.-  ���������Another big lot of ladies and  chiidrens boots and shoe* manufactured byJ.&T. Bell Co., Montreal.  These goods are strictly. Hrst ��������� class.  NVt have no hesitation iD saying they  have no equal in Canada.  k Co.  D. Mann, of Mackenzie & Mann, wrs  asked in Ottawa a couple of days ago,  in nn interview, ns to when the Canadian Northern would be completed  through to British Columbia : "We'll  do well if we get this line completed to  British Columbia in the next seven  years."���������Winnipeg Free Prpae.  "Wife.���������Now John I wish you would  not smoke in the house, it always  make.**! me sick.  John.���������Now dear, you said if I would'  f.mol.c Our Special or The Union  cigai-s you would not mind and this is  a Sl'KCIAL.  ' A. H. Whyman, a member of th-  .lown council and prominent merchant  of Manchester, England, par-spd  through Revelstoke on Thursday  morning en route home after a trip  rouMl the world. Mr. Whymnn wan  greatly* pleased with the mountain  scenery of the Rockies of Canada.  Ka-slo is working up a new hospital  scheme following upon the linen  adopted here and has approached Lady  Minto for aid, offering to run the*  proposed institution under the au. pices  of the V.O.N. Lady Minto has Hiked  Migs McLeod. the chief lady superintendent, to report on the scheme.  Kevelstoke ladies will no doubt take  the opportunity of Mis������ McLeod's visit  to express their appreciation of her  efforts for the local hospital, which  she materially assisted at Ottawa.  She may hf here for Coronation Pay  cook iii a mirifng camp or-lioteI7  Reference furnished. Apply to tlu-  Herald.  Yesterday afternoon while playing  at the railway stalton young Albeit  Anderson, son of Nels Anderson,  section foreman, was attacked in a  frolicsome spirit, by a yearling bull nnd  somewhat badly hurt. .The bull had  all thc fun however and had to lull riven oif -from his victim, wbo is now  C. B. Hume | laid up in beo* ��������� with lhe injuries  inflicted. It is hoped that he will be  out and about again .soon.  a    ww a rhs-fill  "wnrcittirut  - - President.  --*   i nt**   li r  Vice-President.  :   Manager.  District Agent  One Killed and Twelve Seriously  Injured on the Washington  Central, Twenty-Five Miles  From Spokane.  Spokane. April 21.���������A bad wreck on  lh" Norl hern H.tcitir, -���������"> inik*"* wc-tt of '  hen", .it !��������� o'rloik this innrniii-j rrsull i-d I  in   thu   death   of   one   p"I son .ind til'* J  injin ing of 1- olheis.  The   wif-ck   happened   on   Uie  easi 1  hound Big   Bend  spet-i.tl.   iniiniiii;  on!  tile Wnshtngton Central !)t'.iin.b of the  ro'id.    ll  is   believed  th.it    Hi-   wi.'tU J  was c.iused bv a defective Heel   tat lie I  A   Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods   Just Arrived  IN  IIASIIIIIO   CHAIRS,  I'ANUY TAIILHS.  TKVT1IAVS,  rillXAWAHE, u  I'AXUY COOOH,  NAI'KINS,  IIANIIKKItCIIUCI'S,  I'A.S.-,  IN GREAT VARIETY  THE   NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.  eu.ud. whieh tinned up and  ci'igl-i tn   ������|.t-i)* k. un- r!n������(Mi���������*it������i>���������������������������<<<r><*ci<>rtorniii*i**ii*.u  , ,      , ,        .,., .      ,  ��������� "... .���������������������������li llrino  ';<,iiir..*i.ij.  The use of artistic Note paper  and Envelopes is evidence o(  good taste.  Our stock consists of a , large  assortment in  LETTER PADS  NOTE PAPER  BOXED PAPETRIES.  Envelopes���������all sizes.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  Drneglst an(l~SUtloner.  Hrown BKwl. Telcpbone<8.  the tui(k������ of the tenth. Tlie i.t-t  car on the train wav. th.*- lii-l to l'-nie  Ihe track and it pti!l-*d the ol'i -v* tt\x t  .liter it.  The Lwo p i*������>.L'l)gt'r (o,,i|.r-*> were  pulled coiiipl.-lely over, .ind th.- m.iil  nnd '):i������zg.ige i.irj, .vi-ie li|;i."l half  i.ver. In llie wierfc. j'l.tn.g IIir*':!il  B'xvie was throxi n thio.igh .i >*.indn-.v  ac! w.x-i <'iu**h"d uiid-i' liie ( ii*. Ii*'  prnbiibly died iii������t.itit'y. It wa:.  nei ess.iiy to f.xf-.iv,<li* beneath tin* ' *ir  to lemotc lhe body.  Bargains in Boy's Suits.  ��������� 1-"/J Boy's Suit"--the latent nnd  most stylish on the market. Thfssis  suits will be offered at piiies that 'jV/iil  guarantee a ready sale. <\,mo in and  inspect the slock nt. ('. I: llumo k  Co.'i.  Come to the Ping Pong giiiies on  Tliursdny and Friday neM, ladies  games in afternoon, mens and mixed  in evening, tea, music, elc, for 30 els.  Knter your names for the tournament  next Thursday and Kriday by simply  buying a tirket from lhe rnnva������������erp.  HOTEL LICENSE,  T.il.1* Ni.iIi o tlint 'jndiij-*. nltenlntc linlcml to  in* rliinl Mi i.ii������.������iii������t.i*eli������r tt.rnlli>i*n>*c  inr oy ri'tuil nt  the Winilsur liolul,  fJr.lilflelil*.. li.e  F. ,1, Gor.u'MiTii  April l'Jtl!, )Wi,  Now.Complete. .".,/ ,;,'.'.'!.'.'..  The largest andf best''selected'  .      '    *���������- J  s tock   from ."Winnipeg,  to -fthe  Coast.    Finest and  best'Equipped Tailoring House in B. O.-  Only a made tororder garment  IpS can fit properly and the leading  ^"^ good dressers in Revelstoke liave  8howei-ed~ praises "on'Our Full  Di ess; and , Business Suits  r^o.  Overcoats, which fit as naturally  as the fleece on the sheep. '���������  i  \ _'\Ve fit pocket books as well as  ���������       W' their owners.  ."=^Ea==!Se������., ' '        "   ���������   ��������� '' '   5    -  Holies to Delinquent Co-Ownor.  To .Ifilxxx 'I'   ..lonre or to auyoiift to wlioni   lip  mr.\ I'm.*' irlin-ii'errcil   his  Iuturo������*t-i In tin*  (.llinnii r-'rui'tiLiiiil  Jnlrienil elalm, h!tuale  In ili*i - iirileiiu Mlnliijf 1)1 \isirin.  Vmi itr<* herein- noiiniil Hint I expended the  ���������mm i.r '.:ie  hiirulreil uiel   *oiun   dollars   and  Iiiij-(<*ii!i <f)07^il) in Inh'ir nnd  in'mry on tlie  ti-t..r-..rt-.txx;ltfil  i-ilii-*r.il elullil,  in  order  lo  li.-l.I ' ltd mineral ''litlm iitidcrsi'i'tliin 'Hot Hi"  Mlirrn)  Ait, .'it..! II v.*i!)iln  niiielv dnii  ('.>"l  (r..:n Hi, dun. ni iIAj  notl-_'i:, yen full to miii-  tr.1,,,.1* . fair j.riii'.'irtlt.n nl Hti<*h  cxpeinlilnrf.,  ir-seihi-r   with nil ni'li  ol iidieriislni:, y ur  Irit'jr.*. i In nil.I ,-nlnc-ral rlnini will Imeomo tin;  i.rop*rt, ol tr,,* nnfler.*.|*.nci|, under Sonlon I  ���������>( nr.  Art  piitlil.rl**  An   Act   to  uHieinl the  Minernl Art, IM-i'."  1,'ii'cd   :.t lornipll",  i:. c,   this lath day   of  ��������� pril, A. !_>., I'-o.;.  JOSEPH BEST,  Co-OWr.Gr.  Wc  To Order, and Up-to-date  ���������The Best Fit in the City  For the Month of April a Choice Lot ror tf, worth S8 amLSlo.   ���������  SUITS TO ORDER.' _ ���������'-'-.*";,. - ,;; -   *���������(, \ "������20 SuM SSS.   |  defy   any   firm to'produce  a   more''stylisli^or better  * luting suit for the.price.,   .;    r  K  o  The Clouelaiul ar.tl British Columbia  Mining Ccm|7any, Limited.  3STOTIOE  MOTIcr. is iierooy civen tlmt the head offices  of Thc Cleveland and British Columbia Mining; Company, Limited, have  lieen movod from Kowlsnd to lievelstoke, B.C.  April 18-lm  LADIES COSTUMES.  Clioico of any costume  Matorinl in thc Store to  Measure during the  Month of April for 825. .  ]��������� B. Cressman,  LADIES'   AND MEN'S    .  HIGH CLASS TAILOR.  Manning Block,  McKenzie Ave.  \m  l:  -Ail  .*��������� i\  ft  N  '������ri  ..ii  "s'l  ft  .i  w


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