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Array ������������������:"*>  \  Vol    V.  No    130  REVELSTOKE B. C.    WEDNESDAY   MAY 7 1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  O  U  R  S  P  E  C  I  A  L  T  Y  4  We are thc largest buyers  of GROCERIES in the  North Kootenay, and arc  theretore able to offer the  very best goods produced  in' the world at thc very-  lowest ' prices.". ' Although  times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very encouraging  tO USj  This year .we have made  arrangements which will  enable us to'give.our customers better prices than  ever before.  W. G.  Shirts  These Shirts arc recognized   to  b'e "superior to  'any made in  Canada-for  -Style.'  and - ��������� Durability.  "We'have them in "all the  '. "-Latest Patterns.*'- ���������_-  - ���������*- .i  Neck Ties  ,-**r������/ri^elebratedCurrieTie  *"���������   ^-The-.Spring- Patterns,  in these" Goods have just'  ,   .'Obeen   received;   and ,for*  J���������.!��������� *.Beauty_and,Taste, excel  -.*. :i. .-anything.--yet-- produced.  ') ������.':.'-, Py j.*'? -Renowned'; Firnv  "':'"��������� r"o'f 'Tie"Makeri5.''"'"  HatsS Caps'  ���������'...',.- The' wor. 1 d-r c n o w n c d  Christie and"Fedora Hats.  A   consignment  in   the.  ttatest- Styles'-** Has-", just'  "  "' been opened..up.   ,  Underwear  "- For,Sprin<_r"aiKrSu"mmer.;  .   ���������������'..'*>������. . , ...*."-���������   --. *-*.^������������������  *  A well selected consign-.  ment oi Imported Scotch  and English fine, woole'n  Balbriggan-and   Fleece-  f'^-'Linetl-UnderwearTJusttO'  ,f_.*,:., hand..:,.-.!.-..:.*.      _    . *  -Hosiery-;;;; -  -, ^--.Ladies'-andiGent's Hos-  '"'"  iery'in1 Sill<,  Cashmere,  '' 'and .Wool. A complete   stock of the Latest  Pat-  ���������     ternsahd Best Quality.  Hardware   ?  *-A?,:carl6ad 'of .Assorted,  Hardware-just  opening.  y  il  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald -Man on His  Daily Rounds.  Thu Calgary and Kdmniiton railway  have agreed to forego their lnnd grant  in return for a renewal of their  charter.  Among tho C.I',I(. const ruutiun work  ordered hy the executive fur thi^  season islheArrowlie.id aiul KooU-miy  Railway from Utrdcau. on Kootenay  Luke, to Ciirtird. ou Trout l.akc*. a  distance of thirty live miles, also thn  Field cutolT, from Kiold tu gtlertail,  to improve the main line.  Chancellor Boyd, of .Montreal, has  heen selected as the third in.-.n to  aihitratc the differences between the  United Brotherhood ol* 1 tail way  Trackmen and thu C.IM1...I. T. Wilson  representing the Trackmen, Mr  Gutolicrs representing Iho company  ant. Chancellor Boyd, hold their lirst  mccting.on Monday iu Montreal.  The directors oT the C.P.H. ancl of  the Ottawa "Norl hern k Western  railway were in session hore Salurday  appointing a, new board of directors for  tlie hitter icad, whicli will include a  sufficient number of 'O P.R. liicn (o  give that company contro1. The C, P.It.  has purchased a majority of the stock  ol" the. O. N*. iV- *\V. eompanv. The- total  cost was nearly- $J,000,000. The  Gatineau road will he included.in tliu  deal. It is said that H. J. Beenor and  his associates have made something  like J**],000,000 on the sale of their  holdings.  E  . ���������Fresh Maracailio chocolates in* .',11;.  and 1 lb. boxes, at Bew's   Ding  .Store.  C.B IIuiui* returned ihi* ninining  ftom a business trip lo .Kamloops.  ���������Cleiirauee sale of clolhing. hoots  and shoes at cost for cash at Bourne  Bros.  v-."JteVTMr. Ladner loaves next* wcc-l;  'for Vancouver to attend the Provincial  Conference of the Methodist church.  jA^lee. Cream. Sodas. True Fruit  tlavjrs used. 10 cts. glass at' Bews'  Drug Store.  Rev. Mr L-iciner left, yesterday-"'for  Kamloops to - attend the district  ihectin.-; of*'* tl\e/-tMothpdis*; '.church  which is being held there this week.  ���������Mn-t bo clpari'd al cost for cash",  our bi*; stock .of clothing, hoots* and  shoes���������genuine bargains. Vuui.,J ii.-  spc'clion invited.   'Bouine Bios.  E. A. Bradley, .-the- manager, or Ihe  Diiqiiesne Mining Co.. is shipping this  week two Urns of supplie.*. lo the Bine  Jay on Smith Creek. 'Five men are  going up with the boat tn join'the  stall* employed on this propetly,  ��������� See our men's underwear, all size-'  from 150 lo It���������The new liunenetle  open mesh, Balhriggan���������natural wool  light weight,    lteid ..V. Voung.  By request, the- following, score of  the final game in Ihe ladies si mires  (ping-pong) is printed lieu*: * Mi.--s  Spurling 1st game 0���������5, Miss Back 2nd  .3rd and ith games C, 3���������G, 1���������fi, 5.  ���������Onr ready made clolhing depart -  ���������nent both in men's and children's  never better'.    Reid & Young.  -..The. .Westminster- Columbian has  passed "into lht* hands nf the opposition. Premier Diinsmiiir had a heavv  morlgige on the properly, but* Giffonl.  ihe'sill i unguium berr^niised���������the-funds  and paid it-, off.*," ���������" -..** * * " *  ���������i * ,. * -"*." ��������� ' { > * ' - *  * ���������Have you seen onr, new washable  kid gloves? Eveiy pair guaranteed.  Reid &'Voung.  ;  Isaac Hunter, at nne time foreman  on the.Edinatiton Bulletin, dicd'at his  faun in the Sturgeon settlement north  ofKdmohtoii'on Tuesday of last week.  Mr. 11 unl.er was well known , tc! a  number of citizens of this town who  will regret to hear of his death."  " Tlie Rev. and Mis. C A. "Pincunier  hereby extend a-eiudial invitation lo  all the members and adiiei ei.ts of St.  Petei's church lo meet, lhe Lord  Bishop .at afternoon tea on S.itmd.iy  at the rectory from four to six o'clock.  Qwing-to tlie paiiiliifs still at wruk  at their new block. Boutne Bro.-'. were  unable to move their slock to the  new premises last Monday. Nex l  Monday they expect lo be in their  new preni'ses. In I he incanlimL* their  big .clearance w ill lie on all week at  their old premises.  A school leacht'i* named S.inser iviii  shot near Grand Forks. Dakota, on  Sat ui day last by a fainter named  Finnrgin.-'The teat her is not expected  lo recover! -*>S.iu*-er w.i������ cro-simr  Fitinegan's farm and reluscd in g_-t off  when ordered to do so.  i       r .  .The Rev. Jlr. Lidner preached lhe  memorial seivice In llie late Mr. Lee  in the Methodist church on Sunday  evening." The pulpit and tailing weie  heavily draped and lhe pastor made  touching reference to lhe deceased und  his work in Ihe choir in lhe e.uly days  of the chin ch in Revelstoke. Apr-m-  ptiale hymns were sung by lhe choir  and congregation. _ r  The examimiiion for 'assayeis  (|uahfied to practice in (he provir.i e  was held last week al Nel������on and it  was found out of I'I candidates but four  had bemi successful. They are as  follows: A. IJ. Koiiibauer, of Butte,  who has been engaged tn lake Ihe  position of hend chemist at the new  smelter aL Croflon. on, Vancouver  island: Chas. Himler. head nssiyi'f al  the Dominion assay otlice, at Vancouver; Geo. Clearer, who bet onus  assayer at the Sunset smelter at  Boundary F.*������lls and L. E- Gooding  who has been ass-iyer for the Iron  Mask mine at Rossland.  By Majority of i on Forestalment  of Motion to goj into Committee of Supply. McBride  Asks Government to Resign.  V K'l'iiIilA, May 0.���������Coiislernatioii  was caused in the government ranks  last niglil, by an unexpected turn of  evenls relative to tlie Bndnet debate,  ���������.illicit was continued by the opposition  during the day, und concluded by Mr.  Curl is about 0 o'clock last night. Just  as the motion lo go into Committee ol  Sopply was iil-nut to be put.  Mr. Houston rose and nnved the  adjournment of the debate, saying  lhat he had some obsei vations whieh  he desired to make, concerning 1 he  tiihject under discu-wiiin.  A**; Mr. Houston hitherto has been a  suppuiler of lhe government, his  action caused considerable nma'/.u-  meni. and much uneasiness to the  Mu.iatry.  Mr. M.utin opposed the iiiutirm to  adjourn, and the chargrin of thc-  govornmuiit was increased" by the  defeat thereof, Ihe motion- being  iloclaied carried, ou a show of hands.  - Mr. .Martin, piotested that the vote  was not propel ly taken, as the division  hell liifd not'-ieen rung.  The diviMun was annulled, and the  vote was taken . after the bell being  rung, but, much to the consternation  of I he government, it was defeate&  ag.iin, the names standing as  follow.-:'  For the motion to adjourn the  delude ��������� Mcs-is. E. C. Smith, Oliver,  Hiiwtlioruthwaito, Iseiil. Gilford, Gai-  den, Fulton, Curtis, Munro, Tatlow,  Gieen. Mclhide, "Mcl'liilhpp. Taylor.  Helmcken, IC'iltl, ilousti.n���������17.  Against���������MeSris. Mclnne**, Gilmunr,  Staliles. llnnter, Mail in. prentice  Dunsmuir, Elieil--. A. XV. Smith, Clif-  IokI, \V. lis, Prior, ll.ill, Hunter,  1) ckie. Miinni'i'-Ki.  Mr. MiBride iinineiliate.ly ro������e and  insisted tlial.lhe goverrimenl bad lost  control   of  the   house, and  should re-  The galleries were ctnw.ded wilh  ���������p'.'clati-rs. and lhe incident evoked  ���������oiinds ol applause.  The Verv Rev. Dean P.isret of Calgary, formerly vicar of. St. Peler's  thurch in this, city, who'has been on a  .short visit, io "nis '.roi her. C. B. Paget,  assisted the rector of St.Peler's chmt h  in the sei vices on Sunday last. ' He  was cuh'br.ir.l at the early communion  and pleached an eloquent ,-eunonin  Ihe'evcning to a large cnngivgition,  His*manv friends were, clad io see I he  D.'Hii looking so well. He left Tnesd.iy  motning for Field 13, C.  London Rumor That His Combine Plans are for Eventual  State Control. His Interest in  Struggling Humanity.  . London, May ,*i.���������There in a rumor  hen* l.n the ell'ei't lliat Mr. .1. I'ierpnnt  Morgan is devoting hi., life lo forming  industrial and coinmei rial combinations with the uhji-il. of eventually  turning them over lo Ihe several  goveriiinenls inleiested, at. a fair  valuation, and I hus hastening lhc day  of govei nment ownership.  This is only a minor. Some Brilish  thiiikeis are asking whether Mmg.-in  is nully a Sneialist at heart nml is  paving the way mtentioiially fur Ihe  leali/.'iliou of ! he Socialistic dieani ul  state i out roi ol everything.  Mr, Jl organ is known to have, with  all his reserve, a tender sympathy I'or  the sufferings and sliuggles of liuinan-  ily. ns shown by his inuniliceiit  donation to lhe Maternity Hospital in  New York, in lhe management of  wliich oni* of Mr. .Morgan's daughters  takes an active interest, lie is an  ardent churchman, a personal friu:id  of Bishop Pol ter and a liberal giver to  church and charities* It is difficult lo  believe, according Io tho advocates of  the Suci-ilist theory, that a man of  Morgan's masterful and massive  intellect is animated merely by a  oraving for wealth and power in tiro  j;ieat undertakings whicli he |is  parrying forward in JEuiope and  America.  Engineers Must Pay.  Victoiua. May .">.���������U\ chambers  Friday, Mr. Justice Irving had before  him a case referred by an order in  council for the opinion of the court.  The (pieslion was whether, under the  new Assessment Acl. locomotive  engineers, as wage earners, would have  to pay the tax on incomes over $1,000.  Mr. McLean appeared for the crown,  aud Mi*. Chas. Wilson argued the nonliability of the wage earners, claiming  .that wages did not come.^ under the  meaning of the act.' After heating  argument, His Lordship held that  wages did constitute an income in the  meaning of the act and that the  engineers would be liable i'or income  tax.  ��������� A beautiful line of while colored  muslin���������nice new fancy goods. Reid  & Voung.  New Company Incorporated and  Said to be Backed by James J.  Hill, the Northern Pacific and  The Canadian Pacific.  News ot" a proposed railroad fiom  Dnliilh, Minn., to Dawson Cily,  through Canadian territory, is the  latest, and perhaps Ihu most ���������startling  announcement that has come from  lhe lips ol* company promoters for a  long lime.  lu lhe St. Paul Pioneer t'ress of  Wednesday there appears a despatch  dated from Trenton, S..I., and labelled  '���������special,���������' whicli holds out that lhe  project is really being considered, also  lhat i he Canadian Pacilic, the Northern l\u ilie and lhe Great Norl hern are  back of the scheme. One hundred  million dollars is the sum mentioned  as required to float the enterprise.  The despatch is reprinted below. Ln  the original Dawson City, is credited  i\ilh beginning in Alaskan territory;  instead of iu Canada :  Trenton, N.J., April 20.���������The Great  Northern of Canada Consolidated  company, with a capital tstock .. of  $100,000,000, was incorpotsited today to  operate raihoads in the Northwest.  The incorporators are Benjamin P.  Moot-j, John McNaught and Arthur L.  Myers. The registered agent of the  company is the Corporation Trust  company of.15 Fxchange slreet, Jersey  City. According to a report which  accompanied the filing of the chailei*  today, the new company i.s bicked by  James .1. Hill and the Nm Lliem Pacific  and Canadian Pacific laihoads. The  specific put poses of the-incorporation,  accoidmg to. this report is.to cdiiairuct  a railioad fiom Duhilh to Dawson  Cily, Alaska.' The plan as outlined :������  to biing freight to Duhilh, from a  great area in-, the Northwest, heruto-  I'oie tapped by no railroad and load .it.  on boats at Duhilh for shipment to  Fustei n points and Europe.7* "A largo  poition of the projected lint**; it is said,  will- be through a wilderness in some  cases hundteds of miles from - any  othei railroad. It. was further asserted  that the cost of construction would be  considerably in excess of $T0O,00O,(XX)  NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  Pare the Bank Robber Dead.  Kingston, May 5.���������Pare, thc bank  burglar, who is serving a sentence ih  tho penitentiary for Napanee bank  robbery, died in the prison hospital.to  day from gangrene. ��������� Sentence expired  Tuesday- next.    ..  tgB5B(naj-f'J*tfa,i'Ji<v^.������?ag3Cg3  3.  yslin  Dresses  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  A cloudburst at Floss, U. L., Sunday  night cost 'JS1 lives and did $200,000  damage.  IJret Haile died suddenly yesterday  at Caiubeilge, neat* Aldershot, England.  10 llocis were killed and 120 captured  by llritish lhis week.  Tlie lirst steel rails ever made in  Canada were made yesteiday in  Clergue mills at Sault Sle. Marie,  Onl.  The Daughters of the Empire in  session at Toronto pledged themselves  to put chase only Canadian and Brilish  made goods.  A special train conveying B. C. and  Northwest men of the 4th contingent  has arrived at Halifax,  Admiral Sampson died at 5  o'clock  last night at Washington.  ��������� .   i  A Pretoria despatch says  that the  peace situation is developing satisfactorily. Several of the nearer  commanders have received the burgher  delegates in an amicable,* spirit. .It is  understood Commandant Kegel's is  willing to abide by the decision ;of the  Transvaal government.  The condition ot Q'leen Wilhelmina  again excites.grave anxiety.  The.sailors from U. S. cruiser Chicago indulged in disorderly behaviour  in a cafe at .Trieste. Pour men were  ariested and the captain paid 'their  lines. ,  A" sudden squall' struck the water  front at Buffalo, N. V., last night and  did several thousand dollars damage.  Sheuandoa' Tin -Plate works .at  Newcastle, Pa., the largest, - plant in  tlie world, \wtis almost .wrecked hy a  tornado yesterday.  We" have now ready for your inspection one of thc finest displays of the above '  1 jnes of goods ever imported into this.city.    Perlu'tps vou  may think^this^statc-*, ��������� .  ment rather strong, as past seasons showings have been splendid, but tlie Styles  and varieties arc so different ancl the garments made up. so tastily, and-those/who  have seen the goods have pronounced them exquisite in every'way, besides,*the  wav they are selling, clearly tells us they arc the cream of the city. Come and  sec what vou think of them yourself. , Its a pleasure to'show such goods whether  vou buv or not. . .' '. *:-..  '     The Bishop's Visit.  The'bishop'of New "Westminster  and Kootenay, is expected to arrive in  tlie city on Friday morning and will  be" a guest at tlie rectory of St Peter's  church. During his visit, he will hold  a series of mission services, beginning  on Friday evening at 7.30 p.m. The  following outline of dates and subjects  may'bo a helpful guide -to-, interested  readers. ! . . .  ' Friday, '��������� May '9th.���������Introductory  addres*!, The Risen* and "Ascended  Body.*     ���������    _:.;-.,-.,..  Saturday, May 10th.���������Baptism.  Sunday,'May' 11th.���������Morning: Holy  Communion', evening; Organization of  the church. (  Monday, 'May 12th,���������Confirmation,  The- Holy Spirit', Tlie' Strength Giver.  ���������Tuesday,, May I3th. ���������The Holy Spirit  The Strength Giver.  Wednesday', May'* Hth,���������The Holy  S"pirit7The=S*pi"ritrbfl*"reV(lbm.'   "���������'"  SHIRT WAISTS  Made of Kiln* Cambric, in stripes*, new shade**!  OxMooil. Navy Light Mine anil  Ciieys  well as many show n at twite th  leader   of  Looks lis'   -  pi ice. Our gien't. -   ...75o  WHITE MUSLIN AND LAWN WASSTS  Made ol" fine Organdie or Vitlon.i Lawn, beauli-  fullv trimmed wilh Fine Tucking or Valenciennes  L-ice, h.itlmicd in from or hack. Nothing belter  i��������� the market.    Prices from  $1.00 *Q S3.S0  FLANNELETTE SENSATION  Don't wail. Imt ionic a*** rally as po-sihle if you  want to sh.iie in this 1.000 yaids of Stripe Plan-  nelette. diHereiit patterns to chw.su from, irood  weight per yd. 5c.  BB*gi*.-tt m ,.im.mna������ iir-i.m  !*5_i_E_M������i*.tf*il*.n*  THE SHOE DEPARTMENT....' ,, _   --,  Men's,   Misses,    Womens'   Children's   and  infants' Shoes���������Unusual Values..  Uuu-iiiil values   in   brand new" lines of goods'is the  aiiuniinefmont from the Boot Section today.  Hundred.*, of pairs of these Styli-h Boots for  Women and Misse**-, have been bought from the  facloiy at a specially low figures and are being sold  today at great price reductions.  CVCCONE SALE OF MEN'S & BOYS' SUITS  Gel, ready lor bargains in 'Mens and* Boys'  Clolhing. Don't, miss this chance. Come early���������  B.ilirains await you here -ind ,a big slock to- choose  from.   .-". ' . .  esVs Furnishings Department  it  A complete slock of everything a man needs at prices always the lowest. As the  season advances your needs increase, but our little prices help you'to gratify  even- wish.    Every department is now at its best and  contains many specials.  J  ���������Mr. Taylor's Protest. '  Mr. Taylor protested against the  favoritism shown to .Victoria in the  estimates. ' He complained of the  decieases in expenditure oh public  work and read extracts from Mr.  Turner's budget speech of last year to  show that the government policy then  was to spend large amounts on roads  and bridges and should have been  a'dheared to. He wa.s of the opinion  that the civil service should be placed  on a new basis and, that promotions  and increases in salaries should lie  made for merit only. He charged  that Mr.' Killeen,ins|H.ctor of roads and  trails, had been appointed as a reward  for political services.  Hun. Mi: Wells indignantly denied  the allegation.  Jlr. Taylor also took exception to  the proposed increase in the salary of  the chief commissioner's secretary, an  oliicial who might well l>e dispensed  ...:.i.     jfc   objected   strongly   to   tlie  with  REID &, YOUNG-  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  appointment uf the commissioner of  fisheries, and the employment of au  agent to look after.freiglit rates. He  pointed out thatthc]incrcasesin salaries  had been made in Victoria, ivhile those  of some of the officials in the interior  had been reduced. lie went on to  criticize other changes iti salaries,  among others that of the clerk of the  House, which was greater than the  sessional indemnity to members.' He  claimed that Kevelstoke had lieen  unfairly dealt with in the matter of  the educational grant and in the  appropriation for roads, streets and  bridges.  "With icfereiicc to the lionus to a  steamer on thc Columbia river. Mr.  Taylor claimed that the government  had broken their promise.  Hon. Mr. Wells explained that the  amount of bonus 82,500. had been voted  last year, and was i-eady to be paid  over to the company-when they carried  out their agreement.' There waa nu  necessity of revoting the amount, and  for that reasTon it did not appear in the  estimates.  Mr. Taylor moved the adjournmsnt  of the debate.  "3  ��������� 11 TIL.  fit      <*W>      it        i   (in   .< tbey are. manufactured, is a detriment  ��������� *     "ix S"* *"   to the cause ot union labor. Mr. Ward  It  Jltii's Juuqal.  .ii-ft-Hi.tiMiirTBBiaaeaeaieaagsss  ^TOgr.E-{*Mrig������jrowBHw������i.  Published Hy  The P*?.*/elstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. dOHNSON,  MtuiHiiin*; Director.  A Ppmi-Wccklv .lauriifil publlshi-il in lite*  uitcruMtot' llie railway men. miiiliii. men antl  I u-liii*.sm in 1*11 nl tlio West, liny*** til l'uMW'Htl������������n  V -'.Iii*;.day and Saturdav. I  AI.VEIOI.SI.Sli   I'.ATI'.S. |  |iis|.!ny nil'., $1.50 per Iiu-li; uliiul.- enliiiiin,  t'i per I'neli when Inserted on 111It- piici*  l-.'Kiil mis., ID (icuts jut inch (nonparM) lliu*  (in Iirsi Insertion; 6 eents Ior each additional  in cillnn. Local notices 10 cents per line each  i -ne. lilrlli, Murriatje unit Ucalli Notices  ire.;.  Sl'HSCIIIl-TION   RATF.3.  I'.v miill or carrier. 52 per annum; $l.ii, tor  _1.\ 'month-, strictly in advance.  OCIl JOU 1>B1'._1.TMKKT.  I ".ne nt lhc best equipped printing, nlll.-t**- in  ���������li** West anil prepared to execute ali kinds ol  (..inllliB In lirstelass style at hunest prices,  line price lo all. No Job loo birce���������-none too  ��������� mull- lorns. Mall orders promptly intended  to.   Hive us xx, trial ou your next order.  to oiitiuaro.viiKNTs.  We invite corrcponilence ou any subjei'l  .-' interest io the Keneral public. In Ml eases  lhc "iKina lliie name ol llie writer must accompany manuscript, bul not necessarily lor  publication.  Address all communication*- to Uio Malinger  NOTICI'. TO COIlltKSI'ONDI'.NTS.  1.-All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side ot tlie paper only.  2.���������Correspondence- containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  o' the writer.  li  R. GHOGAN, Editor.  WEDNESDAY. MAY 7.   1!X)2.  is sending out letters' to merchants  wlio have refused to buy his goods, in  which he makes the false statement  that the trouble was between the girls,  because some wanted to join theti'iioii  and others did not and that the girls  who went out wculd come back at any  price. This is untrue. When I he union  was formed Mr. Ward posted a notice  that no employe of his couli. join the  union and he gave them a certain time  to withdraw Iheiel'ro'.n or leave bis  factory. Under the threat ol" iiniucili'  ate discharge about twenty five  machine girls remained with "Mr.  Ward, while about one hundred and  twenty twogirls stayed withthe union.  Mr. Ward's statement lhat the girls  would come back at i'.ny price i.s not  true. If he succeeds in starving us out  we will seek employment elsewhei'* or  iu other lines of business and   we   ask  tlie labor unions who can afford to  contribute lo our support* lu remit to  Miss Myrtle Weber, Secretary.  Garment Workers Union Xo. 1 Iti. Xo.  l():t Main Si , Peoria, 111.  Every local union in the cily of  Peoria and many in this %'iciiiily have,  passed resolutions condemning .1. X.  Ward k Co. and endorsingtheposition  that we have taken. This firm has lost  over twenty live thousand dollars  worth of business per year in the city  of Peoria alone and if we can secure  the financial assistance fo hold out and  thc union men refuse to buy his goods  we believe that the United Garment  "Wokers Union Xo. MG will not be  crushed out of existence by that firm.'  Yours fraternally.  K.-kTiia Baku.  Pres,  Myrtle ���������"���������Yhhkii. Sec.  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  CAMP OF FISH RIVER  .���������Jiwi.iii'inn-irrr1. mnirntr in_miim������irmy^-������������������*���������������������������  ���������C_B������ra*-*������__--_SB������_____Z_-__  PEOPLE OF TIIE EMPIRE.  A London paper states that it is  proposed that a great colonial demonstration should .be held in London in  connection with ths coronation. Its  object would-be to present, an address  to the King, and generally to manifest  the loyalty and patriotism of Greater  Britain. The idea has arisen in the.  most influential colonial official circles,  and there can be little doubt that it  will become a fact.   Tho suggestion  is  that the visiting statesmen and people "^ Your Debts  of the colonies   should   hold   a   gieat      Dr. Joseph P-irkei-litis Iwen  writing  ���������      ��������� recentlv on "Cash Payments" and   his  gatheringmAlbertHa.il.   The feature , ��������� ,  remarks  am   to   be   commended.    In  of this would be the   presence   of   the   ulllstl..lUon of the nlosL pvovnrhhd say  King, the Queen, and the other mem*   ;ng u.at people never dream of paying  The Centre for all the Big Free Milling" Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek, Etc.  Corner Lots, $150  EASY   TERMS   OF   PAYMENT.  A   Ton   Stamp  Mill   aiul   Diiimond   Drills,   Et<\,   are   now on   tiie   w.ay   to -GoUfields for th? N>rth-  wostern    Development    Syndic tte.      This  means   that    Q93d-fields    will   he   the   Bij"T   TOWBI  i"  thnt District. &  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  R. F. PERRY,  Resident Manager.  ��������� m-*..*.'"! -ni ������������������������'������*,.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B  A., LL..IJ.  Barrister.      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,  Kirst Street, Rcvclstoko.  Money to lonn,  Ktc,  JTARVEY, M'CAUTE't -S I-IXKHAM  Barrister.*-, Solicitors. Ktc..  Solicitors for Imperial Hunk "f Canada.  Coinpanv fluids io loiia ntS percent.  ITuthT Stiibet, Kevel-toke 15. G. .  hew of the lloyal Family; in line, it  would be a splendid colonial "durbar,*'  it'tlie term may be used, iu the very  heart of the empire. Tn some ways  the event would be like the demonstration which took place at the Albert  Hall iu 1SSG. alter Queen Victoria had  opened the Colonial and Indian  exhibition. The representatives of the  colonies then paid her homage in an  address which the Prince of Wales,  now Kinj-;'"Edward. presented in their  name, Her Majesty sat on an historic  Indian chair, which Lord Cough  captured from Itunjest Singh, when he  overthrew tho power of tlie Sikh ruler.  An ode specially written by Tennyson  was sung to music composed by Sir  Arthur Sullivan. This ode closed with  thelines. now so familiar:  One life, one flaj?,onetleet, oneTbrone!  Britons hold vour own!  A Letter to Union Men.  The  following   communication   has  been_.ieceived_bv_ .tlie   Hehald ' for  publication, 'i'lie communication is  from Union Js'o. 140.. United Garment  ��������� Workers of-America Peoria. 111. and  i-5 signed by the president and secretary:  To the Editor of the Herald:  Sir.���������We write to call attention to  the lockout by the firm of .1. N. "Ward  & Co.'. Peoria. 111., nvinufacturers of  workingmeu's clothing- of tlie member*,  of United Garment Workers Union  " So. 110, composed of one liundred ,*itid  twenty two girls.  On the llith of January,   more   Minn  tln-ee months ago, Mr.   Ward   told   us  to either withdraw from tbe union   or  leave his factory, we  chose  the  latter  of course, ami since tbat time not  one  of the 122 girls have deserted the union  or gone back to" work.     During   these  -three months the union men ofPcoria.  tlie "United .Mine Workers of  II!.,   our  * International Union and  many   other  -   union   friends   have   kindly   donated  money tosustain ns during the lockout.  - During the last three months each girl  has received $27 as a strike benefit,  so  you will see  that  we  hnve   not   been  ���������jc.ravaf.ant.  Wc ask you to inform tlie rcadei-s of  your publication of the conditions as  they exist in Peoria and to say that we  believe that the sale -of Mr. Ward's  goods   in   any   city   in   the   country, IS  their tailor. Dr. Parker s.-iys :  "1 remember some timeago iu going  along a street in Islington, London, I  observed a notice board upon a shop,  tbe building of which was approaching  completion. The notice was to this  effect : "This s*liop will be opened  shortly on tbe new principle." Heing  curious as to what could be meant by  the "new principle." I made inipiuy  and found that lhis thrilling novelly  was tbat bard cash wns to be paid for  everything immediately upon its purchase. "Money down," was'the brief  translation of the whole idea."  "If you cannot pay for a tbiog do  not have it. Vou would like a carriage  and pair. Very possibly; but can you  keep a eai ringc and paii? If yon say.  No. then your policy is clear. What  is the gocd of having a eai riage and  pair merely to keep up appearances*?  Always remember that the horse is  making the attempt to eat off his head  and if you have, not oals enough for  him tin*, simple meaning is degradation, utter weakness and, final bankruptcy. The remedy is in your own  hands. Never wear n hat until you can  pay for it. .Sever ask a pecuniary  favor-o^an^^m.iTiT-^���������"Severn-deceive  yourself by fine words and phrases.  Debt is debt, and debt is degradation,  whatever euphemistic and self deceiving phrases you are. tempted to  employ."  SOCIETIES.  tf*(!������*%  *-%*.     -Ca-     a;.\v  V=> IJ* lU*->_eVT3f  Rod Rose Hesree meets ������*econd and fourth  Tuesdays ofcncti month; White Roee Decree  meets tliird Tin-divv of ench quarter. In Oddfellows Hull.   Vis-Ilinc brethren welcome  G   K lillOilAX. HV. EDWAKDS,  1'rosldt-iit. Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1653  Kcsnlnr mediums are held In the  Odrtfellow's Hull on thc Third Fridav of each month, Rt S p.m. slinri*.  ViiitiiiK brethren cordially invited  A. .1 .11NSON, \V. M  Vi. Cl. JUI'.NKY, Ilcc.-Soc.  CHURCHES  METHODIST Cin.'1'.rII,   P.EVEtSTOKi:.  Prcnrlilni; service** at 11 a. m. and 7:?.0 p. m  Clas*. incetbii. at the cluse 01 the inornin*.  service fcablmth School and HibleCluss at :i;::o  Weekly l'raver Mectir.K every Wednesday  evening' at ~:'M. The public aro cordially  Invited.   Seats free. .  Kev. C. Ladner, Vaster  ST.  PETERS CHURCH,  AKOi.ICAV.  EiEht a.m., llolv Kucharist; 11 a.m.. ma .j-s,  l.itailj-Klld sernn.'n (Ili.ly Kucharist lirst Sun-  dav in the month); 2.A) Sunday school, ui  children's service; 7*.!0 Kvensoni; it-hornl) anil  sermon. Holy Days���������The Holy Kiiuliui'isi is  ceiebraied at 7 a.m. or S a.m , as announced.  Holy Baptism after Sunday Schuoi ai3:15.  c. a. rROCCNiKK, Keelor.  fkWm  [PROMPTLY SECURED!  Write fo- onr   ln'-p-z-sttr^ ^K'l*'- " Invent-,  .or'.** Help'* nn 1   *' How yru nre swindled/V  >Scti(I ib u rouph sketclt < r mod*l of yfjur in-i  ivetUion or iiiiproicir.-rnt aiul ivt m ill tell yon?  free o������r opiutcn :������.s to vli������-ihrr it \* p-rob������ihiyJ  tjnt������*n:abie.   Pejrct^d pppMcellor* Jinveoften)  been    ������-ucces������������fuHy   ^TO-trcni-r r\   by   us.     We)  cotvinrt   fully er|iiirtr*"(I ofnTt iit  Montrrnl/  ��������� Aiid WawJiiiiRl-ftn ��������� tMi-t-fnltfifft ������> t������ prompt-?  )|y ������Ii������patch work nn-fl q'sicUIv ���������* nir<* I'atrnt*/  lav bro (Mas the lnvenCicn. Highest rcftrrcnceO  Jfnrni**he������l. ?  i    ]*at"nt< procurcfl thrpp;;Jt  Mnrioii &  Mn->  'rion reo-iveep-cml notice wilhr.wt charge in  lover icn n^wpnpcrs distributed throughout  (the D minimi.  Specialty:���������1'alert  b:iHin<sn of   Mmuifae-,  irers (iini Knjrincers.  MARION & MARION  * Potent Expert*? end Solicitors. }  ir.*- ! New York LIJi-B'Id'tt.nontreaW  / Office!:   -j    AtUntlc BldK.Washlnnlon O.C.(    PHE.*=BYTEKIAy   CIU'l'.CIl.    =..rvii*ei*very Sunday at 11 a.m. and"7TR0"pTin  to ������ hlc'h all are ivelcomc.     I'rayer meeting at  sr.. rn. everv Wednesday.  Rev. Vi. C. Calder, Viwlor.  J'.OMAN CATHOLIC CIII'RCII.  Mays   el 10:"*U a. m.,   on   Hrst,   second  and  fourth Sundays In the mouth.  RET.   J'ATHEB   THAYER.  5ALVATIO>-   AR>rY.  Mwting every night in lheir Hall on  Front  H  EDWARD  TAXfDKIi.MI.ST.  DKEB IICAI)-:, IllltlJ.*:. Ktc. MtitJXI M>,  YxxtH i"li.nnr"! nnd  !<e -air**.I.  JU.-sT KAST UF   VKK.-BY fEllIAK   CIIL'IiCII  Third :-trcct.  ******************* ********  PIELLEW-HARVEY, |  BRYANT & GiLMAN |  Mining Engineers &  and Assaycrs, ������  VANCOUVER. V..C.       Established 1SW    (2  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal ?fhf)f.I *-f Mines, London.    S'.vori   v.'arj  at   MnrlK   '.Vn.-lc*.,  ^vfA'iVfA.     17   >ear*   <";).iel  Chemlit   to  '.Vl^an Coat and  Jron  t'.n ,   Knit  l.itif ('hcmi������t .ind Asiayer, Hall *.!Jne������, l.td.  Claims examined and feported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  A88AY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  *   UNDERTAKEN.  Test* made up to 2,0001lii.  A specialty made ol checking Smoltor  Pulp-i.  HamplcR from the Interior ),y mall or  cxprt'M promptly attended to.  corres|>oiidence solicited..  VANCOUVER, B. C. *  TIME TABLE  <con3ir1ering tlicconflitionw undoruliicli I ^.if ,y y,,j.iX..y.l.|"T..|..|..f .f .|..x.,|..y..|..y.^,^.^.^.^,^.  S.S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running tjpl'-recn } rrowhoa*!, Tliom������nn*M  r,n.n*:linjr mul ('f������nmpli f, fninmc'riflnjf Orlnh'-r  Mth, l'.HJl,wiM **(iil n*< loll-ov".*, wohIIkt r������(,nnlt-  tin������: a  I,fiavlnj; Arrowhon-d for ThomsonN Lnndln-^  ami Comiif-lix  .   . ..tvvIfCilntly���������10k. undl'ik.  I^hvIhr c.omnjAiK n:\fl i hnm^.n'-t i^mWuii  for Arrnwhcti'l twice dully--7:l..k hikI rJrt.'ik  Making elnsc coniR't'tions" willi nil (;, iu K.  Stciiincr.4 and 'l'rnint.J  Tlieoft-ntT" r-L'servo tho right Loclinngu timijs  of HHillugs without notico.l  The Frod Robinson Lumbor^Co., Limited  Canadian. Pacific  Hai! wav  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTMOUNO '.   S:20  ���������\V!"*STBOUNIT   Sr.H0  SOUTHJ.OWxVD     S:10  TOURIST    CARS . DAILY  ���������    TO ST. PAUL  AVcdncsiIuys ������t .Sundays to-Torcinto  Fridiiys���������To jMonU-uiil aiul Boston  v    LOW RATE TICKETS   .  JSow^ cm .Salo Irciiu Kastci'n Points  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  TO CH INA, .T \ P \S  TO AUSTliAUA    ALASKA  I-owosfc Rates and JBcstSui'viee to  .and froin all points.  l"'or i'lill iiilVu'ination. pvLnlciT  in.ittci'. otu., h.lII on or addross,  T. W. Bradshaw,      E, J. Coyle.  Agent -   ��������� Assist, den. -  ncvelsloke. rnsseitgor Agent  Vancouver.  FHlili JI1JS JIHETd  ALL THA1NS.  HIST C.'.Ay.S   ACCOM.MOIlATIfl.V.  1II3ATEU  HY  HOT AIK.  ItHASONAHI.T.:  KATKS.  Brown &.Guerin, Props.  KL1SCTRI0 BELLS AND LTQUT IN 12VERY ROOM.  HOUltLY  STHKKT CAlt  MEETS-AI.L TUAINS.  HAU  WELL SUPI'LIED HY ���������WTE CHOICEST  WIXES,' LIQUOUS  AND  C1GAKS     .......  1**^  &$ ��������� r b  ���������iSa  cm  Wholesale aid Retail Dealers:  '������$    PRIME BEEF.     PORK.   ' MUi TON; ���������  SAUSAGE.  ^ FISH AND GAME IN SEAStW.fj^ :>".  *M**l'4-'t'I''t***I**i.l"I.*4.j.rl.:i.^,^^,^,.j^,4,4,:^  * ���������*>  *  *  *  *���������  *���������  I Baker and  Confectioner  A full aiul complete  line of  GROCERIES  * Cor. Mackenzie Avc. ���������*���������  J and Railway Street. X  4* ���������*���������  **************************  I   ALEX. McLEAH   &  CO  g Asciil'i for llio  | Mason &Risch Piaao  %  ������ orncE at  | J. McLcocTs Residsnce  '% HKCOS13  STKI-i/CT,    KAST.  f  %  RKVKF.STOKIi,  13. C.   .  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Lar-jr,  Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  -     Month'y Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  ES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND,SOLD  JXVe have purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines and prospects, nnd dfsii'u to hear from prospectors and "others liavinit nropertv  lor sale.    - ..���������..".*'        * *  Our facilities for making quick "sales are unrivalled.  -' ' '' -  Soud usreports; also samples of ore for^exhibition at our Office.  *  P, O. Dox 70  THE MINES EXCHANGE,,LIMITED.'  Nolson, B.C.  II. Ci. 1-ARSOS, Prcilileiit.  ,- *M. J. O'BRIEN,*Manftglng'tllrector  I'Tfit  RevelstotrWinrand'SpirittoT  Limited Liability.  1.  *  ������ ��������� ' r  Carry a full and complete line of     -        -   . -  ,���������.*������������������������������������     - .*  ,1  i   .,,:.., i .  Scotch and Bye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Hollana, Old Tom,',London,Dry and. Plymouth. Gins, ."  Ports,-Sheries, Clarets, Champagne, Liquers  imported and Domestic Cigars.     B  ''Q'i  syj  m  m  Laces and Rraids if  A InrireriiiiKonf I'ohii Lace,  Dlll'llUNN     'llllll        lllltt|.||l|liri{  Hrulils, atiuiipc.l DosIkm-,  Stumped Lliiem, lCmbroUrory  Needled, Hooka, Ae. *   '  llnrlin nml Zephyr Wools, all  ���������ilmiles, Slipper Soles, Valcn-  clvnces Luce, Insertion.  THE CITY; EXPRESS  E. W. B.Paget, Prop.  Call at tlie  MADISON PARLORS.  Misses Sheppard & Bel!  MclCenzie Avonii'o      bc'i3  W&  F'**,."-S������������r5������<5^^  1 LIVE, AHD LET LIVtH I  '���������; I'least: don't try :iik1 Mill us  tt fiiit of toa-n liy M*ndinj_.*voiu*  orders east:' XX'e must have  your work in order to live. "  We depend on you for outwork ! ��������� Eastern Houses do  not! Do not allow yourself  to be ro|>ed in by their peddlers AVe also guarantee  to give you better satisfaction for your money.  ���������r. s. -wi:Dscusr,  Next the McCarty Block.  fooosraaoBSBnoaooo.o.o.ojiBj)o.o;^  Prompt delivery of parvclr, baggage, etc  to any part of tUc city  Any, Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  ���������All'orders left. afl-CM'. Smythc'������ Tobaccn  tore, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  tten tion. ���������    r  Jas. I. Woodrow  Retail Dealer in���������  ���������   ���������;.' ;_B,^etl,rPork/.;'     )  -:; Mutton,;Etc.i    \  Fish and GaineM Season..^  ir  ��������� '��������� '; .L'-.-'.'-L-  ���������: fr ���������   . "-  All orders promptly filled-  CoT.rn?&. ���������fiBYBJrS^OHB.'B.fJ y/'  *W>&&&&^iMWBi������j^^ S****a^-*l>.*'*'-JS-i^-fc^W*-*^  The Smelting Centre of the Similkamecn Valley.     Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic,coal companies and thc Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines!  . Surrounded by thc following resources:    Coal,  g'cJd,  copper, silver and a fine agri  cultural country.     Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with  a climate  almost  southern  and all that could be asked.  ASHNOLA is owned awl backed by f lio payroll of tlie .Similkameen Valley Coal Company, Ltd.,  which is a gun ran tee in itself of its success.' Tlio et|iiipiiii'nl, nnd ilevflnpmcjnt of tlifir coal mines, insialling  of water, electric light and power plants .are already arranged for. Tip- il<*\-L*l(ipiii*.*iit of the Ashnul.i Coal  Company's niinr* liy the Kastern C.ipitalists who have established lheir payroll at ASHNOLA, makes it the  coming city of the interior of British Columbia.   .-  Gijfcy of.-WoB'derv Progress and" Great Prosperity  ' ' L-its in Ashnola aro safe investments. In Blocks I to ���������! and IU to 20 the price will be advanced 25c.  per month until Mav Ist, 1!W2, and l.o ten per cent, in Ihe remaining blocks. The present price is from ������������������>**.���������) Lo  $225     Twenty-five percent, ensh, three, six and nine month-, without interest.  Arrangements im* already .completed for Night buiklim^s, including cottages for the Kmployees of  the compnny at Ashnolu     Thi-i work will be tinder full headway by Mav lsl.  : Four vears ago the Crow's Nest Shares could In- bought and woro sold at 11 cents. Today t hey are  quote I at $80.00. With the advent of transportation, Siniilkameen Valley Coal can be delivered at* any  point in West Kootenay or Vale a.-> cheaply as hy any other Company in Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.   NELSON,  13. C.   P+<*^MM*0&������������**^J*J*J*JMMM&^ E������#j������W,������)������.*t>.*.-*'jWi^^  -.���������  \  THE .TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET  rn  266  ������22 E������  "   -BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated'at thc bass of  the Lardeau  Pass,  Galena  ancl Surprise Greeks.      ^ . -���������  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely-.surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  j,Development.'   -   .'-   '" .        . . . . . .  .yy ���������  i    *. r"   , '.   .  ��������� s SEND" FOR--PARTICULARS AT ONCE  .TO THE GENERAL AG ENT,-  Gr. IS. -'BAIfl  Ferguson; B." G.  *r?  Is the recognized--organ foi-a.Il.the latest -mining news of Noith  Kootenny. Particular attention is' paid,.to..securing early-and reliable  intelligence from the'newly'discovered Frec'Milling Gold Camps on Fish  JRiv'er andjromthe. placet; ^and quartz niine'sof the Bjg Bend.-and district,  ~in"tlie_iniiiie"diirfe-activityvofrll"oTeI"^ke, sucH" a.s -lllecillt*"vvaet.*������ Albert  Canyon. Jordan Pass and Isaac Creek. Next season will witness a big  revival "of certainty throiijjl'ibut Xorth'^Koot'eilay. 'and "n lining _iif_ii~.*tnd,  others desirous of gaining the eai Iiest and most authentic news from 'the  district will fmd. the _colunins of the. IIEKALIX,their Jiest., source of  information.  Railway News is also a Specialty "of the HHIiALD and articles of  - puciul interest to Uailway. men will also he found in its columns.-  8.*'*.  -   -���������*-   -A. {.'?"- /'.���������       -'    '.'���������"     " .   '-       -���������*���������"'  J'.--  AS  i. *'?i  .v-YAi f % ,-*-*, * .   y\'(' f * > -",������������������ '* '.** '-'  '".    .-   '"  -' ���������'��������� THE lIjBpAljy offers a'dv.u.tag"ea' in its "total Weekly circulation  and the class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in the disti icl. It  appears twice to uny other paper's once a week, and is found in the homes  of the wuge-earniiig chlsseVlli'e-backbone of the business .of. tlu* dislricl.  Businessmen want their an'nouricements to reach the home peopk*_\vho  have the money tn tnku "advantage of* their offers and tiie homes and  families which render it necessary for them to spentT 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*������,oiu**' Subscribers,. peoplo wilh homes, families.  employment and interests'righ't'at home, tlie 'people Revelstoke merchants'want to got at. . A'spiicc in our advertising columns, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice.A-"\Veek letter to.every home in  Revelstoke, and in thc Railway ai.d "Mining points, tributary to Revelstoke business.  OURJOBPRINKi  -. - Is the completest in the district for-appliar?es. material and  Craftsmen. Our; .wprk- speaks., for- itself. No other ollice 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 will purhaps-bo surprised to see the artistic and finished class of work  whieh we can turn out.   Prices, graded down to suit the times.  Certificate of Improvements.  "3STOTIOE3  Monini.,'slur, V.-|ilru=,Si.n Lion nm! Ilnnniizn  Minernl ulnini**, Fitiinte in the i.nnlcnu Mining  .Division of Wot Koolunnv District Wliere  loi-nivcl : On Mciilicnivk ' Creek, nenr Fish  Hirer..  T.\ Ki: N01 ICE (imt T, F. C. Croon, Beting ns  "pent for Ambus Mi'Knv, F. M. c. II :V2ti0i., nml  ���������I. It .MuKetD-ic. I'ree M*ner's feriilleme No.  US-'Oi.., inienil, -.Wiy-liiY*. Ironi the .lute hereof,  to upply totiiv-Mlnuii! Iteconlerfor urtillcutci.  of Iniprnvfiiiciil-i. for the purpose of obliiliiiiiL'  Ciim-ii Griinls of ihe nbove eliiim.s.  *  Anil further take *notir*c Hint-action, under  section* "17, must he rummr nce-1 before t u  -lnsiinnrc of such C'ertilicntcsof improvement...  Duted i his lirst ijaj- of .March, 1902,-A.I).  -"'     ���������l-'.O.GHEF.S,  _= ^������������������ ].vr-l'-P-C-  NeLson, 15 C.  Certificate, of Improvements.  * ,     ' UOTIC3  Centre Stnr nml Evening Star 'Mineral  Chiini*=,>liua;elii the 1 nrileau -M iiiin__; lllvMnn  nfWevt Kuntciiny nNtrlct. Where locntcil :  On -Menheiilek creek, near l'isli Kiver,;  TAKI". NOTICE ihut l,F (.:. Oreen. *i<;linL' n-  agcnilnr J.I). MeKcnzie, Free Minor's Certill-  cale No. U "ixiij. intend, sixiv iluvs frnin tlie  ilnte hereoi, to apply ti- the Mlnliit. Ileeonler  nrCerlifliiAlutoI Improvements, lor iho pur*  poi-e nf outlining Crown Grant*, of tlie above  clniins. _ ' '  ml furllier Inke notiec I lint nction, under  section *.*", niunl be   conimenci'd   before   tlie  Issannci! o( Midi Cerilik-ntes of Iiiiprovcmenis.  Puteil this ilr-trtuj-ot Mn'roh. l'.KU, A, l>.  I*.':. Hill*:  N,  per 1*. S C ,  Nelson, II. (J..  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTIOE  3STOTIOS  N'  Iled ro.*" nnd UiiP.-e Mineral Clniins, situate  in the I.ardci'.t: Minim; I'-i*. i**Ion of West Kootenny lUttrict.   Where loc.iled :   On Menhenick  CXn......   n..nr l**l*.h IM\pr.  And further take iiotiee'tlia1. nelion, under  .���������option *:>7, mus-i be coininenced before the  Issuance of such Cerlillcuie*.of liniiroveniciiU.  Paleii thisiir-st ilay of Maroh, 1SK12, A. II.  F. C. CItKEN.  per 1*-. S. C .  Nelson, B.C.  iu on  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.  'OTICE���������llin-t.sixty days nfter ilntc I inlend  to applv lo tiie Chief ouninissionor i.i'  Lands nnd (Vnrks lor peniiis-iiin lo pui*c*liii.-e  :!JUn<_*res of IniKl .situa'.con the Nonhemt. Ann  of Arrow I.nke, in the llistrict of W Koote  nny li.C., and described as foil** vs.  ���������   C'uinmiiiii'iiiB from S.W. cor,;.*;*. mum,  thence North a-lrononiicnl L'O . iiaii, UuMKe  Wi'stS!) clmins; thencj -o'lili no cli in-, np-  nro.\lninioly; theuce vjon clniins .'.oilli-  l*:n*.lerly la l.oinl uf eoiniiicnyeineiii.  FKKI). I10HINS.0N.  .'pi>. j-tf u. it. Skene, akq t.  "tTOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE iiml -i\iy davs nrier dale I  1 ini-'iii! In Hpi-iy xn tin* l'!iii.fi'ol:iniis-ioji(*r  of l.-iiitls nu.l \l .j.-hS I'or !<cr!iiis*.!On tu pur  chase a paicul of it.nd desciibed as follows:  Coiiinicni-iiii; ni a post uinrl.ed A ill".. I'.'rrv's  No. l Ivst; tlium��������� \ii*m 'ju chain**; then'c  Norlh lOch.iin-.; llience Cnstaicloiius; thoncc  .-'.iiitli 10 chains to ooint ol i..iiiiiiieuceiiieni.  I In- friction ..f In mi cn;.nonces Nortli of It  1'. I'err-'- pre-emption loliowin*. McKonzie's  Norih-lVe-i Line, oontalnlii!; ubout 8'J aeies,  more or k-.s.  A.'.ICi: Pi-'.l.l!.-.  t.'oldiielils, Nov. ^7. 1001. Deo-l-lin  JsTOTIOE  [VTOTlrE i- licteby j.-iven tlint :;n ilnv*. u.'ter  ii dine I inienil to npplv lo the Chief <;om-  mi������snnii-riif Lnnd- mid U'.nk- r..i* pcriiiissliiii  to cut and cnrv unit) tiinber frnin llie folkiw-  in*,' ilc-criboil land**: ~i'.,iuuii;ii|.|ui,' ut a po-t  nt lit., -outli-iu-l corner of llcjicr I*'. I'err,*'-  |.re*.*tniilion, iinnki-it ".-oiiluenit coitm* "of  iiiiiber liinii up plied foi bv 1'. .1. Cobl-inlih";  llience ne-t iti chums; t'i*_*:icenorth li'.O clniins;  ihcnce un-i ill clniins n, I i-.li Creel:; Ihence  .-iilli.v,in.*: lheiiiunnderln_'s of l*'l.*.h Creek Illl)  chains to point of conuueucciiient; (ouuiihliiL*  i".l.) aerss, more or le-s.  ,   ,       ,, ���������"������������������'��������� COLI)-:.'.|IT||,  Ihonisons Linuliin;, October ICth, mul.  .Tsroa?zc.Ti3.  'IAK1. NOTICE Hint nn dais nfier dnti: 1  ituctt -I loni.ply ui Hi., fliicf e'oi.iuiissioner of  Lands nnd W i.rl;s f..r pcriiils-iou iu liurcliu-o  the following d.'-cnl.cd land**:  Comincnciu..'nl a po-*t ui.irked "I*. McAdnins'  o i l'..-i," sliinitu cio-c to tlie old line of  Hill .t llrainford's pre-eiiiptlun, l*'i-h Creek,  lh.Mice noi Ih lOcliniu*., th.-nco west-Ju clniins  lliciicc-niitii Ui clniins. iheneu east MO chains  to point of commencement.  Gulil'luM*-, Jan. ISth, l'jjj.  i:. McAiuji.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOI'ICE Hint CD dius nfter dntc I  * intend lo apply to the Chief Co::inii.ssioner  of Lauds nnd Works for porinKsion to eut and  curry nwny tiinber rrom tlie fuHowini. des-  erilied lamls:  Coiiuiiuiieing nt n post mnrked T'oger F.  Perr\'.s soittlienst corner post situate about 200  feel from Scott Creek, thence west -10 chains;  tlicnce nortli 1C0 chains; tlienee enst -10 ehnins:  thenee south 100 cdinius, to llie plnce of eom-  meiieeiiient; eoiuniuin*; CIO acres.  ,.,,���������,, ISOUER I*'. PEKRY.  C.ohlflolds. 11. C, Oot 37th, l'JOl.      Nov. o-tf.  TN Till: COLNTY   SOLUT  OF  KOOTENAY,  HOLDEN" AT I1EYE1.S10KE. o  I!i:twic]:*n:���������  Kobert Caley, of IteveI*>loke, D.C, pl-iiiiiirf.  xixxtl  N. Ilnskell.of UeveLstoke defuudiiiit.  To N. lluskeil tlie above, nnmed defendant:���������  TAKE NOTICE tliati*. deiallll summons and  L plaint have been i-sued out of tins Court  ni,'.*iin-t you iu txxx notion us; liust you bv lloliurl  i.'niev, of Hevelstoke. U.O.. to recover ilie .sum  of flu CO for board nml kulgini; lurished to  you by llie nb.ivo uiinied plaimiff. and that in  ptirMimicc of nn orderof His Hon. J. A. Forin.  !i-wl..n rtC thi'i.   f,mii.t     \>.~>. i    '..Mr.    <**<��������������� r.. >: ..rs.l     ..  :...:..  v������ iiii iii   ii. n,i.-.tnm;i   wil  be entered ajjninst vou.  Dated tliifc 6tli -Ma'rch,   M. , I'.iOJ.  KltEIl.'FI-tASF.K,  P.ogistntr of the Jonnty Court.  NOTICE.  , 1*jii|,i!H't*i*s. FlreiiiPti.'M.-icliiiiists and  Klt-i.triei.iiis semi I'm* -40 page pamphlet  containing questions, iiskeil hy Ex  ���������iniining Bii.ii'rt of Eni_;inei'*i's to ohtain  Engineeis license. Address'Geo. A.  Z'.-lle.'. Puhlisher. IS S. -Uh St.. St.  Louis, Mo.. U.S.A.  2>TOTIOEl  TAKE NOTICE lliat 09 ilnvs nfter dale I  intend to apply to tho filler i*6uiiiiis-ioner of  Luiuls and Works for permission lo purchase a  piece of land described as follows :  Coiniiieiiein*; at a post marked F. .1 Cold-  smith's No. I post, thenee south *I0 chains ;  tlicnce enst !U chains ; theuce liojtli -10 oliains;  thence wot 4U vhtilns, lo point of coiiinicnee-  nien'���������1C0 acres more or less. This laud wns  .staked by .I. II- .McKenzie last June. Has a  purchase No. 1 post iiiiuut HID feet from Oold.  Ilneli trull nnd aboul *_HHI foot up hill, the onM  lino folloniiif; 1'i-li Kiver.  Located Februarv :0,.1PU2.  F. .l.tlOMlRMITII.  CoMlields. n. C.  3<TOTIOjI1  NOTICE- IP IIEKKIJi- CIVF-S* Hint ".0 ilnvs  after date, 1 Intend lo make application totlie  Honorable llio Chief I'oinmi-sioner or I.nmls  and 'Works for n .special licence to fell and  carry nivnv tiinber from tiie fulloulng des-  eri bed lauds : .   .  ���������Mo. 1.  Cominciicing at a po*t planted about ,*io  chains norlh of St. Loon Hot Springs on the  Arrow I.nkesa*.!d inurked J, T. -sinilli west corner, tlicnce easi lCti chains ; tlienee north -III  chains ; tlienee wort lfiu clmins ; tlienee south  II) chains to plncoof comiiicnoi-i.-iiiu.  ,   -        -   -     ,~_   -J  -N-������-=-^ 7J.2X     ���������  "-"Coinnicnclng nt n post-plnulcd nlanit :i miles  south fri.in tho inuiilli of lioep creek nl Calenu  Ilny, AirOw Lukes, ninrkod J. I', uud boii'o  about 0 i-hainsea-t of T.ll.H's so-uii west corner nost : theuce ivc-ai All chains ; llionoe **outh  SO chains; llienee east SO chains ; ilietico north  SO chains In place of commencement.  Nelson, II. C, Mnrch 3rd, l!H)2.  JAMEa A.TAYI.O'-l,  Arrowhead.  Certificate of Improvements  IM7EHIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  . .    AHD SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  S-.TCA1F. IN THE i'.EVELSTO V. MINING  Division of West Kootenny Ijittrli-t.  \Micre l.ncnlri!: On Kcjstone Mountain,  lil*; Ilcnd. noar How uio Creek.  TIKE NOTICE that I. Geo S. MrCnrter  nrtin*-* ������������������- ������*.������nl for-T Ii. OrBham, Free Miner's  t'urtisiriti! No. 1). 3T2I and for W. II. Vickers,  I'ree Minor** Ccrti-ieite No.* f,tis.21. inlend CO  dar-(nun-the date hereoi to applv to the  MlnIi.RUecori.er Ior Certificates ol'improvements for the purpose of obtaining Cro*,ui  Grants of theal>ove claims.  AN11 FUKTIIKR TAKE NOTICE that action  mi'lor .*-c>i!ou :'.., must be commenced before  the I-suniiec of such Certincnie of Improvement-..  Dated this 10th dav of February, A. I). 1902.  Feb 12-tf- Goo. 8. MeCarter.  Certificate of Impveroments.  itotioe  Unite. Sliver How nml lllack Hiniiiond  Mineral Clulin.s, s tunic lu tliu Lardeau .Minnie  llivlxlou of West     ooteuay Dislricl.  Whoro i.ocnled: Near tho Head of Le.siuc-  Ion Creek, a tributary of ri.sh Creek.  TA lv NOTICE llial I. A. P. Ciinnulns, n������  Acent for the Double Entile Mlnlni; und He-  M-lopmont Couipiiny, I iiuiied. of Feruiison,  II I', l*reo Miner's ' Certi Heme No, ;i|,*.,-ii,  lilt ������������������ml. sixly days from iho dale heroin, io  niiiily to I.he mIiiiiik I'ccordcr for u Cerllllcnle  ot Impriivemeiils, for the purpose of oblulnlii*_.  a Croun Cram ol theabovuoliiiiii.  And i urllior Till;.,    olice Hint notion, nn 'e  Section  :;T,   piiiki   be   coiiinioncod   boloro the  issbaiico of such Certillcnio  of Jinprovciueuts  Duted this twenty-third dnyof Jiiniinry, A.D,  100J.  Feb. j-tf  A.P. CUMMINS, P.I..S.  FARWEI.L   ESTATE.  The choice laud north of track,  between Tapping's and Loiik's, will  bo subdivldod for Mile ns **ooii as  possible. *,;  G.M. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B.C.  I*. O.I!o.\, lij.  m H. A. BROWN,   Prop  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.  To John T   Moore or lo anvone to whom  he  may have trnnsforreil his interests in the  Oilman l-'riictioniil. niineral Claim, sittuue  in tlio i.ai'denu Mining Division.  You are hereby notified thnt I expended the  sum orotic  hundred and   seven   dollars   and  jifty cents (flOTJJO) in labor anil  money on the  before.nent cl  mineral'claini, in order to  IioM said mineral clnun under Seel Ion 21 of thc  ..iineinl Act; nnd if wll Inn ninety dnvs (0i|  fnun thcdaie of tliis nntico, you fail to i-im-  Inljiilo your proporlion of such expenditure,  lo*,*.*thoi* with nil costs of ndvcrllstnir, vur  iuicr.;-l in snid mineral claim \iill beenme lhe  luoperty of lhc iinilur-.l;*m-il, under Section I  of an Ait i-iililk-il ������������������ An Act to amend tiie  Mineral Act, P.I00."  Hilled   at romaplix, p.. r*.,   ibis  l,)tli day   if  Apiil, A.*])., liitu. '  JOSEPH  DEST,  Co-owner.  The Clei/olantl ancl British Golumbia  Mininer Company, Limited.  ZtTOTIOIE!  MOJ ICE is hereby eivon Hint tin* head otllce-  <d   \ho   Cleveland  and   Drltish  Columbia Mining Company, Limited, hnvo  been moved irom ItossPind io llevelsioke, It 0  April lR-iin  E. RflOSCROP . ..  Sanitary Flumbing-, Hot  Water  And Steam Heating, Gas  Fittin  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Ls to lie fountl at his 3'ho-  logmpliic Studio in the  Tapping Dlock ilnily ihu*.  ii'K oil leu hours.  Kuvulstoko, B. O.  Agents  "Wanted !!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To  I'ppi'osf-nt  the  old   i-c-li.-ibio  I.oiulon; & Lani-nshii'ii Lifi-.  The Children's .Endowment,  and ten payment bond polic-ic:*..  et c.  Must parents are willin<r i,.  l?ivo their hoj-6-:i stmt in lilV  liy tiikins.; an endowment Hindi*  paysihle at .���������*.<?������ '30, p.i>Mn;_: the  pieiniiini iuil.il the liov is able  to carry it himself.  GEO. D. SCOTT,  -Manager for B.C.���������Noith west.���������Yukon  Vancouver, B. C.  Express Delivery  All   orders    left   at    W.   M.  Lawrence's   will    be    promptly  attended to.  -H.  Cook.  WING CHUNG  A   Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods  Just Arrived   .  HAM IKK)  Cil.VIltS,  KAN'CY TABJ.liS.  TEA TKAYS,  CIIINA.WAUK,  1MNCY ROODS,  NAPKINS,  IlAXUKHltCIIlKl*-.-;,  VANS.  IN GREAT VARIETY  IN THE' NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.  Order Your  nting  from thc  ��������� Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  i���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS     '  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AHD DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  "   FRONT STREET.  ���������Vegetable and Flower Plants 2.r-e.  per do/.. Cahhagc, Celery, Ixittuce,  Tomatoes, Cauliflowers, Candytuft.  Dr.'inthus, Asters,\Verbena, Petunias.  Kobelia, Marigold, Phlosc, Sunflowers,  Coreopsis, Nastm-tuin, Clirysantho  muni 2.1c. per dozen. Cabbage $1 per  11)0. .1. ^r.'tleA-, Revelstoke  Pingf Pong.  The shades of night were falling fast  As through a London suburb passed  A youth who bore awonied look,  And innltei'ed an his way betook���������  "Ping Pong !"  Mis brow -vas sad. his eye, annoved.  Fiaslied like a globe of celluloid :  And like a wooden racket rung  The accents frum his we'iry tongue ���������  ''Ping Pong !"  In happy homes be sa-v the blight.  Their "household  fires"   were   out  of  sight,  Fur where the glacial globnUa shown  They'd quite forgot to put coals on ���������  "Ping Pong 1'  "Try not to serve," the old man said,  *'I).u k low'rs a f.tiluie on your head;  The chilTonier is, yawning wide.*'  Iiiii. still bis weiiry voice replied   "Ping Pong !"  "t)h. slay," lhu maiden said "and rest.  While fur the ball we go  make .-piest!"  A glare lit up his frenzied eye ;  "There's   plenty   more   left."   was hit  sigh���������  "Ping Pong .'*'  "Beware the volley mad .*md rash;  lieware thu awful miming 'snush'"  This   was   lhe   p'liceman's   last  good  night���������  A voice replied through the lamplight���������  "Ping Pong !*'  At break of day ai on his heat.  A constable in Oxlord street  Mul tercel i'or six o'clock a pr.iy'r, '  A voice rang on the silent air���������  "Ping Pong !"  A traveller, prostrate nn the ground.  Somewhere    in    Camden   Town   warn  found.  .Still clinging to a racket fast  And wildly murmuring to the last���������  "Ping Pong 1"  There in the morning cold and grey,  Hi*ain*ess lmt i)L,.u,tifuI' lle ]ny .  And fell a voice on him from far  "Good  Lord,  what asses   some folks  are !*'���������  "Ping Pong!"  ���������Clifton Bingham, in The Sketch.  A New Patriotic Song.  The Yukon Territory, not to be  outrivailed by older provinces, has  produced a patriotic _song. which has  been received with ninth favor in  D.uvson and other portions of that far  away district. *lhe song, is entitled  ���������'Yukona" and was written in competition for a prize of fifty dollars offered  by The- Klondike Nugget, the bit?  daily of the north. The words of the  song were written hy Miss Imogene  Col man and the music by Prof. Arthur  Boyle.  The words of the song tire as follows:  All hail, all hail, the Yukon-  Mighty, rich and glorious I  XX'e seeking came,  Content remain.  O'er fiercest gale victorious !  Chorus :  Land of ihe Yukon :  HaiK hail to thee ;  Land of tho Y'ukon,  Wide flows thy,hurniony.  Deep music of the ocean "  And harmony of hills,  United sing���������  The chorus ring���������  Till-_eiii'llrin-Kladdost"Hiis\vei*"tlii*ills;~���������  r-  ' Chorus.  So peerless are thy treasures,    ^  Storehouse vast and deep ;  Thy rocks bring forth ���������  Thy sands unfold ���������  God's sowing full and rich we reap.  Chorus.  AUforwaid as the Yukon  Moves unto the sea ;  Battling for right���������  I-'or wisdom's light���������  Our. blinded, fettered strength lo free.  Chorus."  0 Gud. here bless our Yukon,  ils stalwart sons command ;  Thy wisdom lend���������  In love to blend  This mighty country, rich and grand.  Chorui:  The music, a copy of which has been  received at this oflice, is of a stirring  character and well adapted "to ��������� lha  .sentiment of the lines: v "Yukona'-' ia  an admirable title to the song, Which  will rank well with "The Maple I>ar*  and other airs of a similar nature.  :1  --��������� _*.  NOTICE  Jewelry Sale postponed to  WEDNESDAY,   MAY   7,   1902  at Alexander's Shop. Golden,  at 3:30 p. m..  List of Articles can be seen at  the Herald office.  TERMS   OF  SALE.���������CASH.  8. REDCRAVES, SHERIFF. We have them in all  llie new designs for the  year. See-our samples  if you are going, to  paper.  ttMtoDrui&Btol'tt  NOTES OF  NEWS  \V. B. Pool left for Ferguson Monday morning;.  ���������-FreMi hul.ler at A. X. Smith's.  .1.Webster went down to Vancouver  on Sunday'*, train.  ���������Fresh Groceries ai A.  >.'. KmilhV  Fire brigade No. 2 had a practice on  Monday niglil.  ��������� Our big clolhing stuck must go al  cosi for cash at lSourne Uros.  l-i.Hiiiiu li;w. are advertising; a big  clearance* sale in lhis issue.  ��������� Fresh .Maracailio chocolates. .".lie.  lb., at How's Drug Stoie.  If liinhiirger cheese is cured in  Germany, it tnusl lake a relapse on  the way over here.  ���������Cabbage, Caulilluwers. lomatoes,  elc, now ready . for' transplanting.  Apply to If. Tapping.  K. A. Bradley leaves tomorrow for  the nine .lay and will return to town  in about a week.  ���������You'll get bargains in clothing,  bools and shoes at IJourne .Bros.  Kamloops asked Andrew Carnegie  for help to buikl a sanitarium, (nil he  declined.  ���������Boy's cloth caps, felt hats and  straws at C.B. Hume k Co. -  The ping pong mixed doubles will be  played oif on Thursdav'evening in tin*  lire hall.    One ease of smallpox is reported  from Rossland, the patient coming in  from Gieat Falls, Mont.  ���������You should see the snaps in buy's  clothing at C. ]J. Hume & Co's.  The Northwest I.ind Co.. of  Winnipeg, sold -10,000 acres of land in  three weeks yast month to intending  settlers.       ^  F. B. f.uwis is calling for tenders for  the erection of a dwelling house. Thc  advertisement' appears in another  column,  ***-"  ���������Our stock of ladies, mens and  chiidrens shoes und slippers complete.  Reid iV: Young,  .   W.   Alollison,   the   blacksmith   and  *  wagon maker,   bits just received a carload      of      wagons, ,  buggies.     farm  implements, etc.  ���������I/idies men's and children's boots  and shoes at, cost for cash nt Ronnie  Bros.  Lewis Bros, have been appointed  agents for the Royal Fire Insurance  Co., one of the oldest and most  reliable institutions in the business.  ���������Don't overlook our stock of new  hats in all Ihe leading- shapes and  colors.���������Reid k Young.  Ji. S. Blaekwell, representing the  Jilue Rihbou and Monsoon Tea Co.,  was in the city on Monday and left, foi  the south yesterday.  ���������Drop in and see r.iu Windsor ties  for children, from 13 cts. Ui.jOcls. al  C. B. Hume *.*������������������: Co's.  lid. Burridge will be the delegate  from the K. of P. lodge here to the  annual grand lodge ineeling to* lie  held in Vancouver on the lUll) inst.  ���������Plants���������Five varieties of Cabbage  Plants, two of Caulillower. also" an  assortment of J3russels Sprouts I'lants.  on and after May Ut. Mr. T. Skinner  Gardener.  ���������Ties. ties. All the latest patterns  aud styles. Prices from 13 cts. to 73  iti. at C.B. Miimei"v Co'-.  The immense influx oi\ settlers in'.o  the Northwest Territories and Manitoba, is creating a demand for Inniin-t  that io having a most beneficial >*tlVct  throughout the Knotenays.  STATIONERY  FOR LETTER WRITERS.  r/!_.i������in*  The use of artistic Note pnper  and Envelopes i.s evidence of  good taste.  Our stock consists of a large  assortment in  LETTER PADS  NOTE PAPER  BOXED PAPETRIES.  Envelopes���������all sizes.  W. BEWS,  Phm.B.  -'Druggist aiui;*ilatIoner.  Brown Mock, Telcplione-18.  samrommmtwmwmi  "*���������������**--     >    ----��������������������������� "���������������������������--.-T^-j****'..'---.---**.-" ���������"���������;,S. -'V  -TiC*.'*-:'/.'-/V-..*"'-���������-������"���������-*������������������'*_****'* ' '*&  '^-ii^iSr-i^ti-i^.kiti^Jii-i'y  -_^--j-.^..:0-_7j.������iani������������ti  'NAME  ON   EVERV   PIECE."  <���������_&__>  ISO���������  <������*>--  ���������as���������������  ���������*���������������--  iS*-���������  cSS>~  as*���������-  (ffis���������  Whan Sprfcg 'i snts are De-sired  and EG^^o^y \z AtivisabSs.  BSI  JS-'  \Ve have lately imported '</7 .  4&  the   choicest  varieties of $h  c������y  the above   in  i^) are sell in*;* at  and  I     ?5(.perits, 1  '*)  J lio'hest  . w.'i rd  S>      at the World's Fair.  1 Red Cross  :o  m  m  an���������  tap***-  4&���������������  ������S**���������  era*������������������  ������9-*--  ������*������-  <&���������  tny���������  &���������  ������-���������������������  US*-���������  ������>-  SP*���������  ���������I***-  ���������i'****���������  ���������S3-" -  Sfr-  sff"-  *������*-  iV**-*���������  f.e*���������  ������������������>*_���������*���������  ���������S*--  ~^������  %  -Drugstore ������  ������  VIS>������ 'W>������ H* ������  NOTICI*: IS lli-lKICIIV tilVKN thai  thirty days allor il.-itt* I intend lo :i|i|'ly lo  iho lloiioi-ahli* llu* Chief *Joiiiini*.*.ii,iiitM* ul'  I.amis and Work-, tor prrinis.siun lo i-ul  and carry away tinibor I'roni ilia t'oll.nviii.y  de^eribed l.-nuls :  Commencing al a post plainvd on the  -.outli side of thu Columbia Kiver, ahoul  one milo below llio mouth ol' Canoe Kiwi-,  and marked " .Maude Skene's North-Mast  Corner l'o*.l-," thenee .si-iulli 8'j oiiaias;  tlienee west 8o chains; llience lun'th .So  chains; Ihence oasl lo Ihe poinl vi I commencement.  MAUDE SKMNM.  Daled lhis 2cj:li clay of April, 190-*.  Notice.  NOTICM IS IIMKK'.-.V GIVMN that  thirty days alter date ��������� ir.lead io apply lo  the I Ionorable die Chief Coiiiini-.'.ioMer of  Lands and Works ior .permission Lo cul  .ind carry away limbe:* ironi liie following  *.lo-.cribed lnnd*. :  Comnieiicinn* al a post planted 011 tlie  south bank ol* Llie Columbia River, :ibout  one mile, below Ihe monlh ol'Canoe River,  and marked ''Henry LeveweU's Xorlli-  Wesl Qloniei* l'ost;" llience soulh So  chain*.; ihence east So chains; llience  norlh So chains; llience we.-a.yo chains 10  lhe point ol' commencement.  1IMXKV  I.OVMWMI.I..  Haled lhis ^cjili day oi*.\jiril, '.0,02.  We can always "give you an even  exchange-  VALUE FOR CASH.  3^Q������*3C___ffin__SO  Ilverythiiio* the   Ladies require in  Dress Goods  and the well known " Empress Shoe," with wide  and narrow toe.  King s  mon  ade  ct>-���������  (/���������-������������������  ���������JT*--  i-T--*���������  if���������  B������������ts  "\'ou can't beat lliem and you can't wear them out  before vou have had vour monev's worth.  ia?-"^  *>*:i_-  '*���������:;&���������  us���������  *y-~  -if^���������  ���������s,>-  **.*���������  ar**���������  no���������  'Xi-^���������  &���������  QriHT'S FURKSSHiNGS AND iiOUSE FURHISHINGS  GQf^PLSTE m EVERY DETAIL  MACKENZIE AVliNUIi.  Aiail Orders Solicited End Promptly  Attended To  Notice.  NOTICM IS IIMKMIiV C1VMN thai  thirty days alter dale I intend to make  application lo liie *.I loiioral)!.' llu* Chief  Commissioner ol" Lauds and Works I'or a  special license 10 cul and c.'*.n-\* away  limber i'roni llu* following described  lands :  (.oniniencinn al a posi marked " G. I'I.  Na.ule's Soulh-i-.asi Coiner I'osl. planted  on the north bank ol" llu* Columbia River,  one mile west ol' lhe mouth el*Canoe River;  thence norlh So chains; thence west So  chains; ihence south So chains: llience  east So chains to tlie point of commencement.  (.*..   |{.  NAGI.K.  Daled this 20th day of April,   xr,oz.  Notice.  NOTICM I.S HMRMHV GIVMN thai  thiity days alter date I intend to appiv lo  the I fonorable the Chief Commissioner ol*  Lands and Works for a special 'license to  cut and carry away timber from the fol'ow-  mj_r described lands :  Commencing al a post piatite*.! on the  north bank oi the Columbia Ri\er just  ibove lhc mou'.h of Canoe River, and  marked "I**rod Robinson's Souih-l-last  Corner Post;" tlienee north ������21 chains;  ihence west So chains; thence south So  chains; thence east So chains to the poinl  of cou'.mencemen:.  l"RI'".r>  ROBINSON.  ���������jiTO-trrhT5-^5in--dirrTTf-3\pr--  fS?,  J*"UHNlTUJ"iJ!* GOODS must, be Miltl  at cost in order tn make 51 oom for  anothiii' InL'f^o car ul* Fiifiiil lire, which  will lit* here shortly, call and s-ei* if  we f-an'l. ari-an-ii' in supply y<ui. Now  is yonr opportunity lo furiii*.|i cheap,.  ������      REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE  ������*%������������������SS������������������������������ ������<3  ! X X3. J������7V"tt XT I.  Tho largest stock of tho latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, KINGS. SILVER AVARIi! CUT  GLA.SS. FASIUOXAT3LK ,I13WJ'LRV, Etc.  "My many years' experience enables me to buy  goods at. the right, prices, ^enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable pi-ices.  WATCH   KUI'AIHING  A  SPECIALTY.  ������^IIIll*'-*lllil(lII'lli ^>^)^W&)'W><^><^@^������>  *������  c#  9  m  ';���������%.?  SIBBALD & FIELD,  .A-G-ErETTS j-ro-Ea  Heas fcst  TT\T i T*T<������T A T     l Cmin.lii Perniiinont <t Western  Fill " nLlAL" 1  -    <;.;'11!'';'1" Jlortgnpc Corporiitinn.  ���������������&- C. l: R. TOWNSITE.  _ra?~ JIAIU TOWNSITK.  ������&- OKltltAHl) TOWNSITK.  -��������� UAJIUOKXE TOWNS1TU,  m  IPA  COAL FOR SALR,  ���������  *. V.l.l..LOI.     .11,11  L^A^U    \J..l  fu. ..I... II.  ( Eqiiimijle Viivingi* Lonn und Building Association.  ('Imperial l-'ire.      Ciilciloiiian Fire.   Atltis Fire. -  Caiinillini Fire.   Murcnnlllo Kire.    Northern Fire.  ��������� Guardinii Fire.   Jlaneiiester Fire.   Grent West Liie.  I Ocean, Aeriilent ami tliinrantee.   Con federation Life  I.C'niiiiiliaii Aui'Iiluiit AsuiirAiiee Co.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND BENT.  CONVEYANCING.  J, D. SIBBALD, Notary Public.  HEVKI.SSTOKE. B. C.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  Notice,  rtyjzr  Notice.  NOTICM IS HMKMBY OIVE7-; th.ti  thirty days after dale 1 intend to apply to  the HoneraMe the Chief Cc.rnsnissi.>ni*r nl  Lands ar.d Werks ittr a sp...-WJ ]i*__*n.t- to  cut ami carrv a-,va\ limli.-i- !r.-*m lhe following* described lands :  Coi-nn-.er.cinj_; al n post planted rwi lhe  east side, of the Columbia Kiver, ahout two  miles above the month oi Wood River, and  marked " l*'red. Rnhiiison's Suiith-Wesl  Corner l'ost ": thence east 1O0 chains:  thence north _;o ch.-i'iis; thence *ai*si ii,.j  ;hains; then..* -*.* *-.������;l. 10 chains 1.. tin* jioini  of cominc'cci.;.-.-.'.  I'KI-m  KDHINvN.  Haled this 201'; .','xy oi Ap:tl, -:.).._*.  Notice.  XOTIflE TS HRUEHYCMVRX that  thirty tlays after ilale I intend to apply  in the Honorable tlie Chief Coi_m.is.s-  ioncr of L-inrld and Works forasjiecial  licen.-e to cut and narrv away timber  fi-rui*. the l'olluwins described l.'Muis:  Coiiuneni.iti������ at a po.-t )>laiited on"  tin* i?a.st, hank of the Online Rivei.  about four miles up from its month  iind marked "C\ It. Skene's North*  W.-..-I, Cornel' I'osl:' thenco east SO  eliainrs-. thvnco smith S<J cliains; thence  west if) I'hains: Ihenci* north fv'l chains  lo tin* pointof coumi"M'*i*n>i'Mt.  C. P.. SKKNT*:.  IJ.itt-.i this l=t day ul* -May, ll-fl'2.  Not it i*.  I.-.  i;;*.i:! :;*,   (.!'*. mn  th.-u  i'i'u'\ ti -ij. s al'l.*r .1.11 i atie'r.i :.. .inpiy tv-  the 1 lonoivih'i* i'u* I !i *. I' ('.wn-nissio *.er o'  ..an Is aiul \\\.[���������*%���������. l.n* a sjieci.-il hcens*- u*.  .������������������.11 andi.'-ii-. .-.'.'.a*. ilnii'.M froniih,' f-..'1-.i..v-  tn;; de*-f5*i iti.���������*.! lands :  Co*:*tiuMlcin;^ ;\x .1 [*c*st }*i:*.nl.-d on Ihe  ��������� isi side of ih** Canoe River and .-:!*-*n*,-s:d.  .1!" the Cm..10 Kiver trail, about o'i.- n.:Ii-  i!io\'l* ill-* in.-.'.it!*, oi Il.irvey .Cr.-"*.', .'ind  narked " C. R. Skene's ^ou'li-U'i-st  -."oi-ner I'osl;" thence n.irlli Ho thiin.,;  hence wist .-Ji \-h.iins; thence s.miIi. .u.j  .:hains; thence ea*,t JS i chains io lhe point  ,t ooininenocmc'.i!.  (I -     ' C. R.  .SKMNM.  Daled I hi:. 1 si clay oi Ma;., 190.*.  Notice.  NOTICM I.S 11 M141*1 It*V C'.IVMN- that  lliirly days after dale I intend lo apj ly to  the I lonorahlo. ilu: Chiel CommissioiaM* of  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and cany away liniher from the following described lands :  Commencing at a post planted on the  east hank of Ihe Canoe Ki*.er, ahoul inxtr  miles tip from ils month, and marked  "Olhia Rohinsiln's Norlh-Masi Corner  I'osl"; Ihence wesi Ho chains; Ihence  so>ilh 80 chains; thence east, 80 chains  llience norlh Ho chains lo the poin; oi  coniinenceincnl.  OLIVIA'HOBINSON."  Dated this ist day of .May, 1902.  UNTOTIGIEL  I tin* iiinlrrsi;jni d intend sixty  days  aft.i-r ibiii* io apply tn thr*  (,'liii-r  four  . mission, r of   Lmds   and    Work-.,    for  j pernii���������ion   tn   t*iit   iiii'l   imiiv   iiuay  Itiui'ii'i'  I'rinii   il:������.   folli.-viiiH  d������:s'').jlii.<l  1 1 lui*--: l'.i-illl.eiieinU       a!        ,1.     post  ,';.iu!.-.:    o*i    llr-    w.*.*,'.    A-it!    of    tin:  ' ..liiini.i **.      Hi ci*:-     om*     liiiii-    below  |{ojd������ If liie).,   !i'"__-iniiii-'  at    ssii.l    pri-iL  inti.'iiri'-f   in   a   w.-si'-ilv   .-lin-i-tioii    10  ���������liaiiis i!:i.|:ii; nr.rl h )i'i I r-haiiis   llience  *..s!   I ! f-lelilis ro! Villlllilii.l l*iv;-r the ;������������������(.���������  ilon^ I .1 imiiiiiL  iiivc!'    I'i'l   ih.-.ois    to  -,\,xt t- t,i t ..xtt'.iH-Xtri m'.rii.  Ii.i'-.l :.his :!!rl d.iy of M iv. I'ili.  A. l-ld'ir.  Notice.  " NOTTCEIS'IJ ER EBrG IVKN'tlraf  thirty days after dato I intend to apply  lo thc Honorable thc Chief Commias  ioncr of Lands and "Works for a special  license, to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described lands;  Commencing at a. post planted on  the east bank of the Columbia. Kiver  about two miles above the mouth of  Wood River, and marked "Olivia  Robinson's North-West Cornel* Post;"  thence south I(J chains; tlienee east UK)  chains; thence north -IO chains; thence  west KKJ chain*, to the point of  commencement.  OIJVIA HOBINSON,  Dated this 2������th day of April, 1002.  Sealed Tenders.  Sealed Tenders addressed to the  ninli'i'si^ned will he received up to  noon on .Monday, thu 12th of May, 1002,  for the erection of a dwelling. Plans  and specifications can be seen at the  ol'iiec of the undersiKned. The lowest  or any tender not necessary ily  auficpteil.  F. B. Lewis.  Notice.  XOTk [���������; IS IIKKKi;V C.IVMN tha:  lhirty day . after dale I intend lo apply to  tne I loiioiM'nle lhe C'hi.-f Cornini -.sioner of  Lands ...:id Works for a special li. east' lo  till anil carry a-.v.iy timliei horn Ihe fol-  limint; described lands :  Coiiinioncini*- al a pe .1 planted on thc  uest hank of tlie Cohi.nl.1.1 lii'.er, jtisl  below Ihe month of a l.irife cieek al out  one half mile .there 1'cterson's Ranche,  and marked " llenry l-oteuell's Souih-  Masi Coniei Posi; thence w.-st So chains;  ihence north 80 chains; thence east So  chains, mere or less, tn llie hank ot the  Columbia River; tliente lollowinir the  bank ofthe Columbia River lo'tbo point of  coiiirneiicenienl. ������������������*".'  MMNRV LOVMWMLI...  Dated this 51 li day of -May, 1902,  Notice.  NOTICI-; IS IIKIJKHY OIVKN that  thirty days after datel intend to apply  I 11 the  Honorable   the   Chief  Coiiunis-  ! siom'.t ol* Laiidsand "Works foraspecial  ��������� liei'n.sc to cut and curry away   timher  j from the following described lands:  ���������     foinmene'mg at a  post planted   on  i tin* west bank ofthe Columbia Kiver,  aii'iut one (punter of a milo below   Iho  iiioiilh of Seven Mile Creek, about six  iu ill- -I .il.fivi* Deuth Rapids and marked  ���������".\Luid'!   Hl:i.*iii:'n   Soiith-Mast Cornel-  !'o-t; ' tlicnce west HI) chains;  thenco  norlh i-',l) chains: thence cast 80 chains-.  more or less l.n I ho   we.-it   liimlf   of  the  'Jdliimbi.i Kiver; thence following  the  liauk   of Ibe  Columbia.  Itiver  to   the  poinl. of coniini'uei.mont.  MAUDE SKENE.  _Dated IhisoMi day of May, mtl.  Sealed  Tenders.  SKAI.KH TKMiKiiSiidilrcs-icd to the nwler-  KiKiH'.l Mill I.i* rciclrcil until the loth day  of May, I'.MJ. iit rjii'clni.k. noon, for the erection nml cn 111 lfilmi 01 nn Oddfellows' Hall at  Trout I nk'.'. I'.. IJ.  I'lnii*** und ipieillcniloiiscan be ������een at the  Wiiulsiir Hotel, Trout I.uke, fr m the 1st to the  I'lili ilny of -Mny.  Tlie lowest or nny tender not necesjarlly  ftecepteO. '  J. H. CURRIE, Secietary.  trout I.ftko, B. C., April 18tb, 1902,  OE.E-A.T  Clearance Sale  OF ALL OUR  Chiidrens'  Boys',  and Youths'  CLOTHING  OF ALL OUR  Men's and  Chiidrens'  Boots and Shoes  Tliis is a Genuine Sale  ancl the Goods must be  sold  AT COST FOR CASH  w  (Up  We undonbtedly turn out the'  most Styiish and Best fitting ���������*  Costumes ever seen in  this  City. " :    . ' -���������    ....*���������-'.'  Wc are"doingmorc business  than   all    others   combined,  because the. Ladies .know a  . good Costume and they talk    . '���������"'  ' .abo'ut'it.-*    '* ...'���������.-        .'���������'-���������  J. B. CRESSMAN,  LADIES' AND MEN'S HIGH CLA88 TAILOR.  Manning: Blook,       MoKenzle Ave.  Real Estate Bargains  Good Besidencc k  Store Building.  Terms���������$200 cash ;  Balance   on  Kasy  Teniis.  AiAPA S R.ioi'.ied Hesi-  ti)IX-DU donee, with all  modern improve-  nieiits. A. very desirable property. Terms can lie arranged  with suitable party.  Hitualod  lOiih.v Terms.  (J   Roomed    House, .  with bathroom, etc..  ffooii   l������ellai\    W ell  for  a   C. P." It.   man.  "plastered House  with stone foundation. Good garden  50x100 feet���������well located.   Tbis  is a special bargain,  M** v***-'v   and Bath ltoom,  "Klectrie Lighting, garden 50x100  feet.     A    comfortable.   home,   1  selling at a great sacrifice.  80 acre Farm, about  5 miles from Salmon I  Arm Station! ���������.Best' .  of soil, good timber fox-domestic.'  uses aud good roads, y-Terms to |  the right party.    ' * ,  A Number of Other Real Estate Bargains.  Call and Inspeot Our List.  Revelstoke Smelter Townsite i  Fine Residential and Business Lots in all piarts of the ������  City on easy terms of payment. A limited number of Five- ^  Acre Garden Plots within five minutes' walk from the (������U  centre of City, are now ready for sale. Easy terms of payment. ' ���������.  - -  LEWIS, BROS. EsySS*- "~kerfc  r  ian^

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