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 /W '   :  (J-i^'p^'pie/^i  > /',  \r-S"  Vol    V.   No     VA9  nSVELS'TOKE B. C.    WEDNESDAY   APRIL. SO 1902  $2 00 a Year in Advance  O  U  R  S  P  E  C  B  A  T  Y  kt  We are. the largest buyers  6f~- GROCERIES', in'the  North Kootenay, and are  therefore able to offer the  very best goods produced  in thc world at the very  lowest; prices. --Although  times have been hard during thc past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is ver}*; encouraging  to us. _ *-        v "" *" '"   *'  .This  year _wc .have made  arrangements    which   will  "enableus to give our cus-  ��������� tomers , better   prices  than  ever before.  :  j VV.   Qi   &   Ra  Shirts  These* Sliirts are- recognized   to  be * superior to  - - * any "made in 'Canada for  Style    and    Durability.  y.y^.-. "We,have, them in all the  -.-Latest*-Patterns.   ������������������ . *  -LjT   Vi.;*  Neck  .   The celebrated Currie Tie  -Ux.'-ziJJ'hc'- Spring-' -Patterns  in these"Gbbds'Have* just  been   received,   and   for  '*. "Beauty and Taste, excel  ""-"anything ��������� yet   produced  ''""by this' Renowned Firm  *rv/pfiTie^Makers.-. -, ,,  Hats! Caps!  . i The world-renowned  Christie and Fedora Hats'  A   consignment  in-"the"  '"."' LatestJStyles" .has, "just  ..* ,a becri opened" up.*""  ������������������".   For.Sprinerand Summer.-  fi   v   *- s  t:   . . **      . r   -'-   *    -   * '���������  7x7tJ K well] 'selected;consignment of I m ported Scotch  and English fine, woolen  - Balbriggan and   Fleece-  Lined Underwear just to  .iit.-..' sii*-."'������������������D-try'-       -:   ���������>    L   ���������  hand.  Hosiery  '"Ladies' andGent's Hos-  _*<iery ih Silk, Cashmere,  andAVool.- A complete  -.stock of .the Latest. Pat-  .  terns and Best Quality.  Hardware  rA.4,carioad-.;of   Assorted  Hardware just  opening  ~7..- .-."UR"   ."   - >'���������  *���������    ',  Funeral ofthe Late W.  J.  Lee  General sorrow and regret ha.s been  expressed on all sides, at the death of  the late "\V.   ,1.   Lee,   which   occured    .Saturday in the wreck on the  Arrnw-  A Full Account  of the Wreck ���������l*->'*'i'J**U1C'* ������f tii*-'c. P. R.  ix?*-.;,.*-.  /-*..        j   lL      ���������������> -      On Alonday afternoon the citizens of  Wtuch Caused the   Death of 7levolsLoke tm.ned  W. J. Lee.���������A Close  Call  for  the Engineer and Fireman.  The ncccidenl to the south train  which left lu-ru ror Arrowhead on  Sut nrduy hist; nisulling j��������� (.���������,,, death  of W. J. .Lee,, was a most --.eriuus one.  The tiain left llu; depot here on time,  and all went .well until the 17-inilo  bridge just soulh of Wigwam was  reached, when the disaster occurred.  The train wai in charge ..r its, i,s*ual  crew. Conductor Ogilvie, rear brake-  man Vim ilorne, head  brakeman   W,  J. Lue, engineer. Brown, and   Mn in  Hooley. On approaching 17-inilc  bridge, engineer Urov.ii'had hi., head  and shoulders well mil. ol" the caf! so  that a view of lhe track ahead could  be obtained while liieiuan Il.mli-y oi,  the other side ol' lhe cab was doing  likewise. The mil length of hi idgo  No. 17 was in view of lhe engineer for  fully 200 yards and everything looked  in perfect order. The bridge was  approached at a i.ite of 12 to 15 milts  nn hour, the iii.ii.il running order tin  that portion of the road. Tlie engine  had travelled about ..,*ijf Wily .lt !���������;,.<������  the bridge when engineer' Brown  observed tbat lhe biidge was chopping  down under lhe weight of Lhe engina  and he immediately applied the brakes,  when lus.engiiic stopped aliout three  seconds after it was ubout 2(3 feet over  the bridge and oil' the tiatl:, but ou  solid ground, the tender, however.  wji's snapped oil' from "behind her and  fill through the brid-<e some 25 feel,  to the ground with three ears loaded  with Ireiglii, pil(;,| f,n lop of ii. It was  on lha tender that .Mr. Lee met with  his fatal accident. lie was siuing on  the. brake wheel of the lender when  the crash cam-, having just h*u ihe  cab a few minutes before owing to the  heat near the boiler and went out.  to get a ;little ' fresh Kir. ��������� The  force .of the crash threw him  from the front to the rear end;i-,I'".ihe  tender and three", cars-falling on* the.  tender in the bottom pinned him dow:i  aud   crushed.'him    instantly.  As soon as the cais stopped,  the conductor and brakeman rti.-hed  Toi-ward to find out* the cause of the  sudden slopping of lhe tiain at .tliis  unusual spot, and observed ilia cars  and tho. tender were ��������� lying in *,  heap at*the bottom below ihe biidge.  and head* brakeman XV."A. Lee  nowhere to he seen. Cond. O-rilvie  gave instruction to lhe' trainmen to  make a search through the wreck for  the missing brakeman and then left  for Wigwam (o infoim the company*.**,  officials at ReveUtoke ol* the accident  to his train. The train crew, assisted  hy some of the passengeis, started to  work immediately to'search Huong.,  the- wreckage for [Mr. Lie, which  proved a most diftlcuit task, owing to  so much heavy material .having' been  piled..ui). in the way*. After .about  half-an" hour's b'.ird work (iremen  Ilooley-found the first'traeo.of him at  the back end'or the}eiUlet'_ covered by  thei wreck of one of the cars which had  goiie to pieces scattering its cargo"of  baled hay in all directions.. It was  found-impossible to-exrficattrhmTwitiV  the help at baud and theie was nothing  to do but wait tor the wrecking crew.  As soon as the news of the wreck  reached him, Supt. Kilpalriek ordered  out lhe wre-jUing train and crew to  the scene of the accident, wliich tliey  reached within im hour after the order  had been, given..* On boaid -the  wrecking train were Supt. Kilpatrick,  Roadinas'ler Newman. Trainmaster  .Risteen,Locomotive Foreman Temple  and Bridge Superintendent William  Miller and Dr. Cross.'������������������ Un - arriving al  lhc scene'they pioici-led lo remove  the wietkage and   release   the   body.  Afier the lecovery of thebody. it'  was placed in the cabnn>e of 'the train  iind wilh I lio .passengers. brought  back lo the" .city about *l o'clock  Saturday afternoon mid t,*,ken to  Sir. Howson's undertaking rooms. An  inqiiBSt was held at Wigwam by Dr  Cross, coroner, and a jury. Ths  veidict wa.s given in ai i ordar.ce with  the evidence that, lhe derc-^ed cams'  to his death through au accident* and  no blame attached.tu the train crew.  The accident lelthebridge wascaus >d  by a tremendous boulder measuring  H feet long hy 0 feet tlirough, which  had rolled down from the hill, striking  and forcing- out one of the bents of the  bridge, leaving the sulfate of lhe  bridge and track intact, which led Ue  the eneineer and fiiemen lo helieve  that the bridge was safe. Stud w ithi.nt  a thought of danger proceeded as  usual across the bridge. To those  who visited the wreck afterwards il  has given great cause for wondering  how the engineer and firemen escaped  The engine iu ihe lirst place dropped  into the hole and by the force of ibe  train behind was forced out and shot  over into a jil-ice. nf s-ifely. While  regretting the s-id death or popular  Billy Lee. it is n. matter for congratulation that engineer Brown and fit Ionian Hoo.ley did'not- shine the same  fate.  out to pay their lust  tribute of respect to the departed.  The funeral arrangements wore  under the direction of the Masons and  at 2 o'clock the funeral cortege lefl lhe  Masonic hall for the ceinetry. The  Independent band heading tbe proccs-  moh, and to thn strains of the* sad l.ul  beautiful "Webstors Funeral .March  were followed by the M it ions,  Oddfellows and Knyal Templars, all  being exceptiona'ly well representee.  1'receding the hearse was the Rev. Mr.  Ladner of the Methodist church, of  which deceased was a member, while  oti either side of the bier weie tlie  following gentlemen who acted as pall  bearers : Messrs. Temple, Kisteen,  Barber, Patmoie, II. .1. Bourne, and  John McLeod Then followed the  mourners and citizens in carriages and  on foot. Tlie funeral being liy far the  i irgest ever held in Kevelstoke, a  fitting tribute to a worthy citi/.un. At  the grave the Rev. Mr. Ladner  delivered a short funeral 'service*  followed by tbe Masons, and the Royal  Templars, sang a beautiful hymn and  all that was murlal of the unfortunate  man was laid away for the last long  sleep". The deceased has been in' the  employ cf thc C_P.ll. at Revelsloke  for fourteen ye.u-sand leaves a wife  andscven cli'ldren. The youngest  child heing but an infant in arms. Tlie  Ilu'iAl.D desires to add its regret ' to  that expressed by thoentirecoinmunity  ;it the ins-s of Mr. Lee and extends its  deenest sympathy to the bereaved wife  a: (I .'.tmily.  High School Examinations  Principal Wilson received the following communication fromtheEdtication  dep.ulm'cnt. which speaks for itself:  . YiCTOiii.i. Match 31, 1002  ���������Siis:��������� A central examination of  candidates for entrance to a, high  school will be held in your locality in  lievelstoke school house, commencing  on the Oth day of May. 1002, at nine'a.  in. Any pupils prepared for tliis  e.'camiuatiou and desirous of undergoing il. should bo punctual in their  .attendance at the above named school  houso on'date specillet. *       -  . ,-  Jvich applicant is expected to bring  penholder, pons and ink. slate nnd  pencil, and copies of Longfellow's  Evangeline and Lambs' Tales from  Shakespeare. ^  Yours truly,  ALEXAxmsn RoinN.so.s-.  Superintendent of Kducition.  A List of Players in the Double  and Single Events���������Music to  be Furnished by the City  Orchestra and Band.  Tliu louni'iuient to be held in tbe  opera house on Thursday and Kriday  afternoon and evening promises lo be  the event of the -.eason.  Players are reipu'sled lo pinvide  their own i acquets. Ladies are re  rpii'slcil In play (lie singles in the  nfternoon wilh lhe exception of semi-  Ihi'als and finals whicli will he played  in Ihe evening.  fbimi'nin Ihe afternoon will stint nt  K:I5 sli.-up. anil in lhe evening at 7:1*10.  The coinmiilee aie unable to say  when lhe difTerent conle.-.tant.s will  play, and as there ,-ue such a large  number of enlries. I be games will have  lo be played as quickly as possible,  cniiseqnently everyone is requested to  boo.*, hand at the lime mentioned  above. The committee, however, will  do.everyl.hing in lheir power to pre  vent games going by d.*laull.  The following business men have  kindly presented m-i/.?.-: Messrs  Taylor & George, Canada Drug k  Book Co.. J. Cl. Barber, F. Lewis and  E. M.Allnm.  The following have heen drawn to  play in thc first lound in thc dilfeient  events :  I.ADI13.S Sing'lks  Mrs. Temple v. Mrs. Scott, Bliss  Valentyne v. Mrs. Coursiei; -Miss  Dent v. Miss Buck; Mrs. Atkins v.  Miss Ivlu.'ir; Mrs. Iloltyin v.^Miss.Cao;  .'��������� i W. ccl *.. i*J, a bye; .Mrs. Lyon's v.  Mis.-, Spurling; Mrs. Didisheim v. Mrs.  Bonnie; Miss M. Buck v. Mrs. Tayloi;  Miss Fraser v. Mrs. Curtis; Mrs. Yan  Home v. Miss McLean; Mrs. Moi lis v.  Miss Temple.  MIXED DOUKLES.  Mrs. Phipps and A. E. Phipps v.  Mrs. Atkins  nnd   R.  S.  Atkins;  Mrs. Sent., and J.M. Scptfc v. kiss  Dui-.ti .siiii U. Cio.    ',.*.  Miss Spurling and B. R. Atkins v.  Miss Edgar ancl W. George.        ".  . .Mis*.-Temple "and   J. Ct.,. Barber ...v.  Miss Dent and C. It*. McDonald'.'  Mis. Teinule and C IL Temple v.  Miss Woodward and .1. .1. Young.   .A. E.  Rose v.  Mrs. Lyons and ������������������- JUt'ries.  Mrs. Morris and W. Morris  Fraser and A. M. Pinkham.  Miss  OI'KN'sixou*:*.,  Miss Dent v. A. K. Phipps; II. J.  Bourne v. 1*\ Macbeth; Dr. Cioss.  v, Geo. S. McCarcer; Mrs. Atkins v.  B. Temple: Annan v. 11. "P.irh.'iir.;  Allum v. .1. M. Kcotl: T. E. L. Tayloi  v. .Miss Buck; Mrs. Scott v. W. Foster:  (*. It. McDonald v. Forbes: Upper v.  Barber; Miss Temple v. Coursiei; T.li.  Baker, Aliss Edgar; P:itmore v. Pink-  haiii; C. IT. Temple v. Mr*. Lyotii;  Morn's v. Didisheim; Cao v. Bews;  Kn.-ipp v. George; Jeffries v. McLean;  IC. Paget v. B. H. Atkins; Mrs. Morris  v.Mrs. Holten; J. J. Vming v. I'M-  wards; Dallas v. Gordon; Curtis v.  Miss M. Buck: Miss Spurling vs. It. S.  Atkins: Spurling v. Aliss Frii&M',  F. Leger Murdered  Word has been received from Xoteh  Hill that Louis Paquette shot and  killed Fred. Leger. No particulars are  given iix. I.) the eausc of tho shooting.  Paquette came west and was held by  A. Mc Bryan ut Slntsw.ap.  Later.���������Detuils of the shooting of  Fred Leger, a farmer nt Notch Hill,  by Louis Paguette, his neighbor, are  very meagre. Paquette gave himself  up to Alex.'McBryan,'- Shuswap, and  was lodged in Kamloops jail histnight.  The preliminary hearing was ��������� before  Judge Tunstall this morning, He con  fessed to shooting Leger. He became  crazy over Legcr's wife, got drinking  and shot Leger, The inquest is" - being  held at Notch Hill this afternoon by  Coroner Wade.       "r-  Provincial Constable Fernie is after  WillefctLc, of Notch Hill, for murderously ussulting H. XV. Brainard, an old  farmer at Notch Hill. Willettc pulled  a handful out of Brainard's beard and  would have killed bim but for the  intervention of a bj-stander.  Have Large Army Contract.  The Br.iekuian & Ker Milling Co.. ol  Victoria, have received through the  pro*, incial governn.ent, a continct with  the Imperial War ollice to supply -1,000  tons ol oats, about 230,000 bushels, for  use in South Africa. . The company  have thn oats iu their* elevalor at  Edmonton, N. W. T., and ollicials are  now orr their way|froni Ottawa for tint  point to inspect the oats.    ��������� ,  The shipment is to be made irom fhe  Pacific Coast to Durban, South Africa,  and will thus be the first consignment  of goods of any kind -to' be sent to  Africa for the use of the . army from  this coast.  The steamer Ganges, now on her  way from Yokohama, it is underslood,  has been chartered to carry the shipment*. The steamer should be here in  about two weeks and soon after lh.it  the'nats will be down from Edmonton  ready to be loaded.  *KZ3__J-ffi_3-2*_E33_E!__HIE  in  Dresses  We have now ready for your ins'peclion one of the.finesi displays of the above  "Jines-of-goods-ever-imported-into-this-city;���������Perhaps���������ybu-may-think"_thi's'"^statc='::  ment rather strong, as past seasons showings'have been splendid, but the Styles  and varieties arc so different and the garments made up so tastily, and those who  have-seen the goods have pronounced them exquisite in every way, besides,' the '  way they arc selling, clearly tells us they arc the cream of the city. Come and  - sec what you think of them yourself. Its a pleasure to show such goods whether  vou buy or not.  paMg^**������*g������wMiwii*. iw ���������������  SHIRT WAISTS  Made of Fine Cambric, iu stripes, new shades, of  Oxhl.itid. Iv ivy Linht Blue ninl Gievs. Looks as  well ,i������ many shown at twice the price. Our gieal.  leadei 75c  WHiTE MUSUIM AND LAWN WAISTS  Made of line Organdie or Victoria L'iwii, beautifully trimmed with Fine Tucking or Valenciennes  Line, buttoned in front or buck. Nothing better  in the market.    Prices from   Sl.00 to S3.50  FLANNELETTE SENSATION  Don't wait, luit come as rarly as po-sible if you  want to shun* in IhU 1.000 yards of Stripe Flannelette, dilfereut patterns to choose from, good  weight per yd. 5c.  ������1,aH-..HIUIII������J.������������."ll'   I    ���������'!     I'    l������  UMirMTrfn  THE SHOE DEPARTMENT  and  Men's,   Misses,    Womens'   Children's  Infants' Shoes���������Unusual Values.'  Unusual values  in  brand new lines of goods i*- the  iiiinounceinent from the Boot Section today.  Hundreds or pairs of these StylUh Boots for  Wymen and Misses, have been bought from the  factory al a specially low figures and are being sold  today at great price reductions.  CYCLONE SALE OF MEN'S & BOYS' SUITS  Get ready  for   bargains   in   Mens   and   Boys'  Clothing.    Don't   miss   this    chance.    Collin  early   Bargains await yon here 'ind  a * big slock   to clioose  from.  sens Furnishings Department  A complete stock of everything a man needs at prices always the lowest. As thc  season advances your needs increase, but our little prices help you to gratify  every wish.    Every department is  now at its best and contains many specials.  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  ^OUNG  MaH Orders Solicited.  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  Victokia, Apiil 30���������The Govern-  ment alU'inpletl to force the estimate*  tlirough last niglit by trying to work a  closure on the opposition. R. McBridt.  leader of Ihe opposition,.'ifIced for an  adjournment, and fair play to tha  opposition. Failing to get mi adjournment i\lcl{i ide talked 10 houra when  Ihe government collapsed and n*_;re������d  to the adjournment.  President Ros-.uvi.lt has ligned tha  Chinese Inclusion bill.  Arch Bishop t'orrigan took a turn  for the worse yesteiday.  There ure now 1700 men in the  contingent ramp at Halifax.  Hob Fit/.simons left this week for  S.tn Francisco, to prepare for his fight  with .leffcries.  Jacob Schaefer broke the world's  rccoid atlS inch balk line billiard*,  making a run of IS points at Philadelphia.   - *    -  '. There is an extraordinary cold wave  hanging" over the western part of  Hungary, the whole of Austria,  Bohemia and Gahcia.  -The plant of Hageis Steel Co. at  Madison, HI., wa.s destroyed by lira.  Tbe loss is estimated at S250.000. Four  hundred men are out of work.  The Dominion government havu  decided to give the C. P. S. Co., of  Vancouver a subsidy for their Skagway and West Coast steamship ��������� nes.  The Ogiivie Flour .Mills Coinp.my  of Montreal have received a royal  warrant of appointment as the flour  millers lo ll.R.II. t'rtnce of Walea.  - lleavyjbeneficial rains have fallen in  Bengal and local showers are reported  throughout Burmah and parts of  Madras. Prices of grain arc gener-llly  stationery.  Thu California Limited on the  Alfhison, Topeka, and Santa Fee  railroad was derailed on a curve near  iledill, Mo. Five persons were killed  and 213 injured.        ��������� - -  A tornado passed, over Glen Rose,  Texas, killing 5 and injuring -10 other  persons and destroying much property.  The town is isolated and.details cannot  be obtained. ' - -  : General Botha, with other leaders,  attended meetings of th'e Utrecht antl  Vryheid commandeis - lai-t week.  At these, meetings strong opinions in  favor uf peace.were expressad.  ���������Since April 12th 125 Boers have been  killed, 78 taken prisoners and 25  surrendeied. There. have been  desultory fighting iu various station���������  of the Transvaal and Orange River  colonv.  " Oddfellow's   Parade  Saturd iy, the 20th ,inst., was the  83rd anniversary of the formation of  the American Order of Oddfellows.  On..Sunday- evening the member* of  tbe two lodges���������the .Selkirk and Revelstoke���������attended divine service in the  Presbyterian ��������� church. The front of  the pliilform, the'communion table  ami the pulpit were tastefully adorned  with plants and flowers. Suspending  from the cushion of the desk was tha  emblem of the Older���������the three links  of a chain done in gold leaf���������signifying  Friendship, Love, and Truth, The  society was well represented, Slling  thu body of the church. Considerable  interest, was manifested by the large  congregation in the service. The  singing was hearty, led by a full choir,  Miss Kennu, as organist, adding much  to its life and volume. After the  olfering, H. Cook sang with elTect  " The Holy City," The sermon was  delivered b>;__ the-pastor, _Mr, XV. C._  "Calder. and" was listened to with deep  interest throughout. Rev. Calder  took for histext, Romans xiii*10."Lova  is the Fulfilling of the Law." In the  opening, part of his remarks the  preacher made reference to the xiii. of  Cor. J and-the , last verse, .where the  apostle refers to the three Graces,  Faith, Hope and Ix>ve, the greatest of  thesB is love, love occupying the third  pl-ice iu the trinity. Ihe subject of  the evening placed before us lha  trinity of virtues���������Friendship, Love  une1 Truth���������love oicupying the central  place and binding friendship and truth  together. While the graces mentioned  by .St. Paul were in the sphere of the  spiritual, those of the virtues stood  within lhat. of the moral. True  friendship could only be realized as ib  had its basis in truth, while natural  qualities and community of sentiment  and intercut formed what wu fondly  call friendship*', these alter all being  founded in -si.iiiiinent and interest,  would yield In the first rude shock.  Bul frieiuUhip founded on truth had a  lasting basis and would stand tha test  of lime. Love as the central influence  came in to bind the '.wo together and  lo give friendship its true expression.  Mr. Calder illustrated this by a  graphic description of lhe love and  friendship of Ruth and Naomi and  that of Jonathan and David, dwelling  P'.irlicularly ou the latter. A brief  but comprehensive *. history of the  Order was set forth with an account of  its wondeiful growth in lhe Si years  of its existence. The chai-acter of the  Order was dwelt upon in its social and  uplifting influence���������its attention to  the sick, the relieving of the distressed  the protecting of tlie widow and the  care of the orphan. Then followed  ,in explication of* the text. The- II  table of lhe law turned upon man's  duty lo his fellow man. As man  entered on the performance of these  duties in lhe spirit ot love, ha ful-.  filled thu law. The sermon closed  with an eloquent peroration pointing  the hearers to Christ in his divine  life of self sacrifice and- dealh, thus  exemplifying "Friendship, Love and  Truth/'; in its perfect and diviua  form. An expressive sermon waa  then brought to a close by singinjr  the hymn '* Nearer My God toThea**  and Ihe benediction pronounced by  the pastor.  After the service the ' brethren  retired to the lodge room and passed  a vote of thanks to Rer. Calder for  his able and eloquent discourse.  I 1  li  IM  l^cfeloii"} %mU tuul 'Jjatlwns  %\\'a J'tuvHnl.  riitiHsliiid Hv  The Revelsloke Herald Publishing Co  l.lmilfd LlatallitY.  A. JOHNSON,  Miiiiii;;iiii* Director.  ' A " S..'ini-V>'*.*i.kly Jotirnnl published in tlu*  inl,.*.nst*. 01' the railwav men. mining men ami  Hi*-iii.**-* in.;ii of tlio West. Days of I'ublicHtion  V i'.Iii.*.-* iayiui.J Saturday.  ai>v.:i:iising HATES,  ��������� 'JJl.s.ilay ads.. ?1.50 per* Inch; single column,  ti per ineli when insorlcil on lille li.ini"  l-v'ljiil ft'ls., 10 opnts p.;i* inch (nonparicll lint.  x'nx iirsi 1 tiserllon ; 5 i'ciuh for each aiUlliioinil  ir. i rttnn. Local notices 10 cent*, per Hue ench  i *-uc. I'.irlli, Marriage nml Death Notices  frcj.  Sl'B.SCl'11'TIOS  l'.ATKS.  'Iv null or onvrUv, JJ per aniiiim; $1.00 for  fci.s ;ii'jiillis, slrlclly in mlvnuue.  Ollll JOU W.I'AKTMBNT.  I '-.no of ilie best oiy.ilppeil prinlinpotllcos in  'ii*.* West anil i-rupared to exeunt" nil Llmls of  /..inliui; fn lirsli'lii**-**. Mvlo at ImncM prices,  une price lo all. N'o job too lnriii*���������noni* loo  mull. -Icirns. Mull onlcrs promptly atien.lcil  i.i.   llivo lis a trial on yourucxl orilcr.  TO COllKKSl'OMlliNT*,-.  Ui- Invito ci*rr*"-*pon.lenci> on nuv siil.jccl  .-*��������� i.u-vresi lo the i;cncral public. In nil cases  lhc bona ililc name I'f the writer must aceoin-  |.niiv mamtseripi, bul not lieeessurily for  piililiualiou.  Address all communications to the Ma.1n.3er  NOTICK IO COIUtESl'ONDENTS.  1.���������All    corrc*.noiidonco    must   be    legibly  wrillen on one siile ol lhe paper only.  ���������J.���������Correspondence     containinu       personal  mutter must be signed wilh the j.roper  name  i.i the writer,  tl  iv, GKOCAN,  Editor.  WHIJXBSnAY. Al'HIL '31. 1002.  MANAGER'S  REPORT.  Similkameen  Valley   Coal   Co.,  Limited  To the president, directors and stock I  holders of   the   Similkameen   "Valley  ���������Coal Co., Limited:  Tn   making   this,   my   fust,  annual  report to the company,   I  must point  out   the   plain   fact   that   when   you  ,:'honored'me by   appointing   me   your  Managing Director, the company had  but very little ready cash on hand and  1 was therefore  obliged   not   only   to  manage the affairs of the company,  but also hud to ant as financier for your  company, which was greatly   to   my  disadvantage.   Notwithstanding these  facts, with many other disadvantages.  I have succeeded   with   the   available  and ever ready assistance of our Board  of Directors, in   laying   a -foundation  for the upbuilding of a gigantic company that yon may all  wall  be proud  of: I'or 1 know of   no   other   company  that has made a better shewing with  fo  little capital   in  so short a  time,  taking   into  consideration  the  many  disadvantages   that we. have  had  to  overcome;   and   low  companies have  abetter standing,  lo say  nothing of  the  available   assets   that  we    have  acquired within tbe past year.     These  facts are all substantiated by the books  of the company and  by  our  auditor's  report.  Now, before going into detail:*, with  my report, 1 wish to say that affairs of  this kind cannot be built up in a clay,  unci it would be unfair to expect it. I  must add that in discharging my  duties as Managing "Director, it has  been  impossible   to   please  everyone.  "moderate    amount     necessary    to!  ���������' determine the actual    character and  " value ol* your property.  W. HLiVKKMOHK,  Mining Thigineer.  This, coupled with the fact that  ?>Ir.  Ulakciuore is not only  lhe consulting  engineer   of our company but that be  is a stockholder, should be satisfactory  evidence to.'ill ecnicerned*     'Details  of  these transactions can be found in  the  books   ut'  the company with facts and  1 figures ot* its co*>i*<.  Tin*  next   important   move,   ol'   tlie  company    was   the   securing   of   the  Collin's Gulch   coal.     The   land   was  purchased  under   the   advice   of   our  consulting engineer, from the fact that  it was the only coal land under* which  there was any evidence of bituminous  and coking coal, ln fact, after nsadii'.j;  Mr. Blakemore's  report on   our   coal,  any member of this company can   sec*  for himself tbat the Collins' (i.ilch was  tho and fhatiMr.Kliiki'iiHiieeinsideied  the. most valuable,    therewith submit  his letter to ixxe of Ihe25th ol'I'Vluuary  as evidence:  Montreal, l*'.b. 251 b P.lxrZ.  1). It. Voi'.N'C. ksi_., managing dirertnr  Similkameen Valley Coal Co., I.Id.  My  Dear  Sir: ���������"Since  writing   my  "report upon your company's properly  *'November liiJth, lSI01.au  important  " step  has   been   taken   by   them   in  " acquiring the coal areas of   Colin*'  " Gulch, which ".ruportcdascontaining  " outcrops of bituminous coal,     llow-  " ever good the prospect of discovering  1 this class   of   coal   underneath   the  'seams   of   lignite   near   Ashnola.   I  ' regard it as a wise stroke of policy to  * secure the areas upon which bitiuu-  ' inous     coal     has     actually      been  ��������� discovered, as in the event of your  :' explorations upon the older property  'not lieing successful, you would still  ' have valuableareas of this class of  ' coal to fall back upon, and I cannot  ' but consider that the position of  'your company is greatly improved by  ".their acquisition."  "I should also mention that ��������� inform -  " ation has just   been '.received' to the  " effect that a diamond drill which has  "been operating on'a coal property :id-  " joining yours, and in the  iuimiHliate  "vicinity of Princeton has, after passing  "through oneseam of lignite, cut aseam  '��������� of bituminous coal at a depth of one  ���������' hundred :feet    from    the    surface.  "Should this formation be verified,   it  "may be taken as conclusive evidence  "that bituminous coal  will   be  found  " under vour property  near Ashnola.  ', I speak thus guardedly because 1 am  " anxious not to raise any. unreason!.  " able expectation until  the thickness  " nne quality of thc  coal  is actual'.y  " demonstrated, but there appears  to  *' be no reason to doubt the correctness  "of tho report   as   it   comes   from   si  " reliable source."  "1 may' say further that having  " regard to tho character of the lower  " measures found thrcugh the region  " of the Kockies in British Columbia.  " it would be an exception if any true  " bituminous eoal found did not prove  " to be good coal."  Yours very truly.  XV. ULAKKMORK.  Consulting Kngineer  lo  the  Siniilka-  meen Valley Coal Co.. Ltd.  A diamond  drill has   been   secured  jointly   by   our   company    and    the  Ashnola Coal Co..   Ltd.,   and   at   the  present    time     being     freighted     to  Ashnola.    A saw and planing mill are  already on the ground and  arc  lieing  put in shape to complete the  promises  that we have made tlirough the  pi ess  to the public,   with -reference   to   the  establishment of the city of   Ashnola.  These promises made to the public are  being carried out to the letter as  fast  as funds are available.    The  Brewery  company are   already . established   at  Ashnola and  have   2,000   tons   of   ice  already put up, preparatory to  begin  ning     their     operations.       1 '-  mention these facts to show  BST CHOICE  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  GAMP OP FISH RIVER  The Centre for all the Big Free Milling Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek, Etc.  Corner Lots,  EASY   TERMS   OF   PAYMENT.  A  Ten   Stamp  Mill   and   Diamond  Di'ills,   Etc.,   are   now   oa   the  way   to   Goldfields for the North  western    Development   Syn'Uoite.      Tliis means   that    Galdfialds    will- be  the   Big  TOWII  i  that District. . c        '     *.      . .  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  R. F. PERRY,  Resident Manager.  Barrister.      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,   Mc.  First Street. Kevelstoke.  Money to loan.  JJAHVEY, M'CAllTES & l-INKHAM  Ilarristers. Solicitors,' Klii.  Solicitors for imperial Bunk of Canada.  ���������   Coin puny'fluids to loan ntS por cent.  Kikst ST-tEET. Kevelstoke 1). C.  saiiway  Ucil Hose Degree meets Bcoonu and fourth  Tnesilavs ot each month; White Hose .'Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visitius; brethren welcome  O.K. U HOG AX. HY. EmVAlsns,  President. Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658  Regular meetings are held in thc  'Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at S p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTBOUND ."*.'   S:20  "WRSTl-SOUND*  17::*0  SOUTHBOUND     8:10  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Wednesdays & Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To "Monlvenl and JBoston  LOW RATE TICKETS  . f  Now] on Salo from* Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  PIlKR ItURi MEETS  AI.I. TltAIN'S.  IHST  CLASS   ACCOMMODATION'.  HEATED. BY HOT?AlR.  REASONABLE KATKB.  Brown & Guerin, Props. : -i'  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT fN EVERY-ROOM.  HOtJltl.Y STREET CAU  MEETS  ALI. TRAINS.  nin: wmiit, suppmed.'; mc: the choicest  IVINES,.LIQUORS AND, CIGARS    ......  CHINA.  TO-  TO AUST1 -IAL r A  JA. .1  .I1NSON, IV. to  AV. G. BIKNEY, Hcc.-Sec.  CHURCHES  JAPAN,  ALASKA  Lowest* Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  For full information, printed  matter, etc.,- call on or address,  Mt GO ������1  Wholesale aid Retail Dealers  PRIME BEEF.  . PORK.    Jllji TON.   -SAUSAGE.  -     FISH AND G AME IN ��������� SEASON.  ss-ssms  XV. Bradshaw,  Agent  lievelstoke.  E, J; Coyle.  Assist, lien.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  METHODIST CHURCH, HEY ELSTOKE.  Prenrhin-.; services KI 11 11. in. ami 7:S0 ji. m  Class nieetini. 111 tlie clone of. Uie morning  service. Sabbntli School mid Uil.le Class nl 3:;1U  ���������Weekly' Prayer Meeting every Wednesilny  evening' Gt 7::>0.   Tlie    public  nre   cortlially  Inviteil-   Seats free.  Rev. C. Ladxek, Pastor.  ST.  PETKIl S. C1IGKCH,  ANGLICAV.  ""Since tlie~iTi������orjrdriitioii~of-ihe-C(iiii  panv l.lfcL August, we have made what  we call a  phenomenal shewing.    Oar  assets were at that time -1,500 acres of  foal land, approximately $500 in cash,  and aliout   $2,000   due  from  original  contracts from  the syndicate.   Since  then   wo   have   secured     what    was  known as the Scott Ranch, which was  already platted and heini;  sold under  ,: the name of CoppeiHeld  hy theHon-  or������hle Smith Curtis.  XVe ware obliged  to take over the option  then  held  hy  him   on   Mi*.   Uimonfa  ranch  which  adjoins the townsite of Coppcrfield, in  order lo protect our Company from  .1  competitive   townsite,   and    also    fo  secure   some valuable  water    rights,  and a most valuable smelter site.     A*  evidence of this judgment boinjr j.ood,  we have  already sold  sufficient real  estate  under contract to   more than  pay for the. entire  investment  when  this money is all paid into the treasury.  Kurther   e.'idi;ni.<:   of   this   judgment  being good   is  contained   in   the   last  ciauso of  Mr.    lilakomore's  repoit in  our   holdings    in     lhe    Similkameen  Villey, which is as follows :  " Having made a thorough exuiiii-  " nation of your property, I have no  "hesitation in saying.that you possess  "a valuable; estate a part, from the  "question of its value as a coal mining  "proposition. The surface, townsite  " and water power you control, mint,  " in the event of a railway passing  " through this district, become in-  " cieasingly valuable, and as indicated  '��������� above, I consider that in all respects  *' this portion of your property is  "favorably situated with^regard ton tiy  ��������� " similar property in this district,  '��������� " although, as in all -mining ad ven  " tures, there is an element of specu  " lation. I consider thiit in thi.s case  '���������'���������; .*. " the chances arc good and that you  '���������would l>e well advised to spend the  -n*"-    !    Eight a.m., Holy Eueharlst; 11 a.m., ran ;���������.���������.<!  meri^lv 1 L.iti.ny an.l sermon (Holy EueharNt Iirsi Sun-  ., "   i .lay in ilie montti): i'L.io  Suiniav   school, or    Liiai   we j children'.*, service; 7:'JU Kven*-:ong"(ehoriil) and  are keepinsr our faith to the  public  to ! SC���������M*   .ifjl>' "is-s���������The Holy  Eueharlst i.-  1      ~ ,    . **, _    I e������Iebrate'lRt 1 a.m- orii a.m., as announced  *l-*{-^.-l-4"i*4*-H"t"l"l-l"t'J-'i"l-'l*'i"t-i*'t.i"t*i'*i*  T  J.  tiie-bestof-oiiv-aliili  quote   my    assertion  appears in our   first   prospectus   with  reference to my management  and^rjiierevvitb, raiKBgP^' '^?r-g|!������^^:_,_^* ���������-..  made,     which I  .   PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH.  Service every Sunday at ll'a.in. and '  :M) p.m  |to*-;hVcV"'irare welcome.     Prayer meeting at  "The present,management doe.-  not    Sp  ���������--  " intend to incur anj- linbilities against  " the company beyond the ca.ih on  " hand at any time to p^iy for fame,  ,' but will proceed a.s fast   as   possible  - "<-"*>' W0<J"^.yw. C. CAI.PEF-. Pastor.  j Baker and ���������_  Confectioner  ROMA.N CATHOUC C7IVKCU.  Mass   at J0:'$0 a. m.,   on   first,  sccoiul nnil  fourth Hmufiftys In the month.  REV.   FATHER   TIUTEK.  THE   MiNES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD;  "      ���������     -       ' '     * .       ,j  XVe have purchasers for all kinds of-iiietalliferous mines and prospects, and desire to hear from prospectors and others having property,  for sale. . ,,'.''  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled. -.-.    / -  Send us reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Office.  T E MINES EX      ANGE.-LIMITED. , \  P, O. Box TO ...... N.x.on, B.CK  '_|_=.BJ_II_G.--I!ARSON,_Prc9liloiit,_1  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  Write for our  intcr-tr.tinj.; tx-^kN'Mnvent  ior'3 Help" an 1   M How y-nu are twlnGUd,'  'Send it-* n rough xketch cr rrotltl ot 'your iu  Wcntion orimprov-ement am!-w-p will tell you  free our opinion a������i to wlicilfr. ii improbably  'j������Ttc������tal>ic.   Rejected appMciition- Jiav������often  >beeu    succcwfully   j������r*-*-tciU*'.-(!   In*   in.     Wc  )conduct   fully cfir.ipl'-*"*'*. nfurcs ifi   Montreal  i nud Wai hi tig ton : tlut'.uniiiic"* wi to promptly di^jrUch work and riuicV.lv *: cut* I'Mcnt*  ti-* brod as the invention. Highest references  furnished.  Patent* procured through Marion & Ma  rion receive flpecinl notice without charge \n  over ha n-irspa^^rs ditftributed throughout  the D-rininion/'  Spectulty :���������Patent  business o!   Manufacturers and Kutfineers. o  MARION ���������& MARION  J Patent Experts nnd Solicitors. .  irs.tt.... S New York Uie n'W'c, nontrtnl?  ^Otllccs.    {   AtUnUc Bids,Wnshinirton D.C. <  H    EDWARD  TAXmKUMIST.  DEBB ilEAIW, lilHDS. Etc. MOUNTKD,  Knr.1 Clcmi^O itivl I-'o.'rtirft.i.  JUST EAST OK  rilE?HYTi:i'.IAN   iillli'.lC'.l  Thiril Street.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal S**honI ol Min*!*!, I-OT-.ilon.    hf-v-'u  yeHn  at   MorlM   Work**,  Swanvf-a.     17   yiAT-,  Cliii'I  ChemiHt   I.i \Vi*{.in  Cowl  anfl  Iron iit,.,   Y.rxxt,  I.at������ i:homi������tan<J As-iaver, Hall Mine**-, I.M.  Claim** cxamincl ami r������imrt.:'l ii|h>h-  FerKuson. B.C.  M. J':' O'BRIEN) Manaklng Director .'  me Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.|  Limited Liability. ... _.- , ; '  .' Carry a full and complete line 'of  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies,' Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London "bey,and Plymouth Gins,  Ports) Sheries, Clarets, Champagne, Liquor*  Imported and Domestic Clears.  Cor. Mackenzie Avc.  antl Railway Street.  **************************  4.-l******************'t**.***  PELLEW-HARYEY, |  BRYANT & GiLMAN |  Mining Engineers ^  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, rt.C.      EstabliRheil ISM  ASSAY WORK OF AU DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Test-i made np to 2,n001b3.  A ..j-ecialty made ol checking Smelter  .Samples from thc Interior hy mall or  express promptly attended to.  gj     Correspondence solicited.j .  g VANCOUVER, B. C.  *****W**.l*l$l**l*\*ll****  TIME TABLE  y  S. S. ARCHER OR S.'S. LARDRAU  TlnmiinK bctwcmi ^rrowhoad, Thoms<������n*ri  Lnndltiff nnd Coinfipll.t, ccnwmc.ncinv; Octoher  Mth, lirtil, will sail t\n ioU'mvx, woRlhcr permitting:  ^I.cflvin^ Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and CornnpliK twlcedflily���������10k. and ITjk.-  I/Caving ComRplix and Ihoinson's Landing  for Arrowheftd���������..twiocdHiiy-"-7:l**������kRnd 12:tMt  Making close fronnoetionn with till C. V. li.  Steamers nnd Trftins.j  The owners reserve thc right to change t!men  of sailings without notice.)  Tho Fred Robinson Lumber^Co., Limited  |   ALEX. McLEAN  &  CO  (V)  ������ Agentfl for tho  I Mason &Risch Piaai  (_0  0 orxnc'f. at  | J. McLeotl's Residsnce  %        SECOND  STKIiET,   KAST.  |  KKVJiLSTOKE,  B.C.  Oriental Hote!  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST W.HES~LTQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates %t a day.  :,     Monthly' Rate.  .  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  SS  tr                            T\ 3  Wi Laces and Braids i  A larco rani;e of Point f.acc, x\  -,,-         lMiehcss     ami    Ilattenbiiri; \  VSJ         llniiil.s,    Stamped    De.tiL'ii", '.\  r&Si         Slumped Linens, Embroidery ���������'���������*  ���������gM         Needles, Hooks, Ae. -  i  ���������HW         ltcrlin and Zephyr Wools, all '(  filiades, Slipper Soles, Vnlcn-  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. Bl Pageti Prop.  1  Pi  cleneesLaec, Insertion.  Call at the _  MADISON -PARLORS.  S-"*} Misses Shcppard & Bell  *^������ MeKcnsIe Avenue      oc'23   -.  ~ LIVE, AND LET LIVE!!"  ���������I'liMvsoilim't try ami run  us  out. of to ���������.���������."ii Viy SKruling your  oitlors wist.     We must have  youi* work in unlet* to live.  We tlepend <iri   you  for our-  work 1    Eastern   Mouses   do  nut!    Do not allow yourself  to be roped in by their peddlers.     We also guarantee'  to give you better satisfac- -  tion for your money. .. ,  :s7.'". s. 'VT'iXiSoisr,'.'_;  Next the McCarty Block.     _  Prompt delivery of ptrcelt,' baggage, ete.  to any part of the city .  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  $n  7- /  -���������%  I iy:  MA  m  . i  ii-*  ? t.  ���������kill  I  I  -m  11-  v������  :-'Ji,*i  ���������Lv,  :Mt  i"  h  y  'j  All ordern left at R. M. Smythe's Tobacco  tore, or by Telephone Mo. 7 will receive prompt  tten tion.  Jas;. I. WpodtoW  Ttetatl Dealer in��������� - '  Beef, Pork, ,  Miitton,Ete,  Fish and Game in' SmCsou ....  All orders promptly filled.  ^iSSSu. 'fiBYEM-fOKB, B.������  'ir  tf t&-  >****^ftl^._������Jft������b������i������*������^>������*>>Wt*5S^^  r Th'e Smelting Centre of thc Similkamecn Valley.    Backed by the payrolls of two  iSl&'San^lc coa-\ companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  i    Surrounded by7 the following resources:    Coal, gold, copper, silver and a fine agri-  |i:cu)tural country.    Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, vvich a climate 'almost southern '  Ji'and all that could be asked.  &������������������:."��������� ASHNOLA is ownod and backed by tho payroll of tho Similkaineeii'-Valley Conl  Company,   Ltd.,  jj^which is a guarantee in'ttself of its success.    The equipment; and devclopuii-nt of their coal mines, insi-nlling  1 '.of water, electric light and puwer plants are already iiri'.iti<jt*tl  for.   Tin* development nf the Ashnola Coal  1 .Company's mine by tho IDastcrn Capitalists who have established then- payroll at ASHNOLA,   makes  it  the  'coming city of the interior of British Columbia.  City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  .Lots in Ashnola are safe investments. In Blocks 1 to 1 and 13 to 20 the price will be advanced 25c.  s, per month until May 1st, 1002,- and to ten per cent, in the remaining Mocks. The present price is from $50 to  ^'-'$225.    Twenty-five percent, cash, throe, six and nine months without, interest.  Arrangements are already completed for Eight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  the company at Ashnola.   Thi*? work will hu under full headway by May 1st.  ' Four yenrs ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be bought ancl were sold at 11 cents. Today they are  quote 1 at $80.00. With the advent of transportation, Similkameen Valley Coal can be delivered at any  point in West Kootenay or Yale as cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  : FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.   NELSON, B. C.   (N*0*JHtP#.JHM*������JH>J*+*JHMH*J9.&������������-A. fcfc*M>W.������.'M'������j������.i������it^.������j������'j������*^^  ZbTOTIQ.TQ  nny li.O .  Cominpiieing from S.W. corner  V.eilllllUlll-liin   Ji.'i.i   o.,t .    V..IUV1  t!ieiii*e North iMtrononilrnl 'JO -elml:,  West Sil elmiiui; tlienee s-milli lio  eh  nroxtinnlelv;     thenee    1'JUii    ehnins  Knsierly lo point oi'euiiuiieneument,  . l'"RED. UODINSOX.  I'eh. 5-11 0. It. Si: UN IC, Age  11*1 .  ��������� IhUlHH!  ins up-  MM'tli.  TSTOTIQE.  TAKI! NOTICK Unit sixty ilftys nfter liiite I  Inienil to ������Miiy to the Clileli'oinmlssioner  of I.iukIh ami Works for jiermi-^.sinn to pm*  clinse it pure..'! of lnnd deserlbeil ns follows:  Cohimeiieini: nt n post liinrUeil Alice Perry's  No. 1 l'������i*it[ tlienee '.vest SO ehnins; thencu  North loehnins; thence linst 'JO uliniiis:^ilicuec  Soulh 10 elnilns lo point of coinineneenient.  Till** Iniction ol Innil communces North ot It.  F Pern's pre-emption lollow lot," McKen/.le's  Nortli-Wct l.ine, eonln'.uliit; ubout 80 ucres,  moie ur ies.  AI.IOK I'KKKY.  Colilfielils, Nov. 27, 1001. Dee I-1 in  JSTOT-XOIE  NOTICE iv herehy Riven tlint SO ilnys niter  rtnle 1 Inienil lo npplv n> the tllnuf Com-  niisviimerof I.timK nml Works for permission  to cm ii ml e.urv nwny I im her from the foi low-  in*? (le*.e."ilieil liiml**:���������ConnneneiiiK nl n post  ill lhe vfmth-eiist corner of Itoirer l**. I'eri'\'.**  lire-cniptlon, lti-trkt'il "Soiilliciist eorn^r 'ol  timber llmii npplieil for liy V. .1. Colilsnilth";  tlienee wet 10 ehnins; tlienee norili 1C.U ehnins;  ilsenee en**t 10 ehnins to l*'ish Cieek; thence  follow hit; the mennderiiiKs of KIs 11 Creek JiiO  ehnins lo poinl of coinmeiieemcni; eunininlut;  Oiu nrrei, more or less.  F.J. (iOM) SMITH,  Thomson's I.muling, October lGih, l'.KU.  ZCTOTIOIE.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   thc   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek witli fork to that-point.  CIRCLE CITY" is beautifully situated at the base of  the Lardeau Pass,|,Galcna  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties .now   under  *'._ ,-_ - development.        . . . .  ���������SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  ONCE  GknB. BATHO.  Ferguson,  B. C.  TAKE NOTICK Hint fiO dnv������ nfier ilnle I  inieiW to upply to the Chief Commissioner of  Luiuls mul \\ orks for permission to pnrehnse  the followlne: described Inmis:  OoniineiielnK ntu post mnrked "I. McAilnms'  o. 1 l'ost," sltiinte close to tho old line ol  Hill .V lirnnifonl'.s pre-emption, Fish Creek,  thence north 10 ehnins, thence west JO ehnins  llience south 10 ehnins, tlienee enat CO chains  lo point nf commencement,  fiolillields, Jim.lSlli, IW.!.  E. MuAdam.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  -nsroTiaiE  Is the recognized organ for all the latest mining news of North  Kootenay. --Particular attention is paid to securing eai-ly ..and reliable  intelligence fi-oni.tlie.iiewly discovered Free Milling Gold Camps on Fish  Biverjvnd from the placer and quartz mmelTofUKfBig B<_~n~cT"7riKr distriefcr-  in Uie immediate? activity of Kevelstoke, such as Illecillewaet, Albert  Canyon, Jordan Pass and Isaac Creek.- Next season will witness a liig  revival of certainty throughout North" Kootenay, and mining men and  others desirous of gaining the earliest and most autlientic news-from tho  district' willr lind the columns of the HERALD their best source of  information.  -  /   Railway News is also a Specialty ot the HERALD and* articles of  special interest to Railway men will also be found in its columns.  IS AN ADVERTISING M  . ��������� , r THE HERALD offers advantages in its total Weekly circulation  and the class of readers, which it reaches, unparalleled in the district. Ik  appears twice to any other paper's once a week and i.s found in the homes  of the wage-earning classes, the backbone of the business of the district.  Burnessmen want their announcements to reach thc home ]>cople who  have the money to take advantage of their offers and tho 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, families,  employment and interests right at home, tho people Rt*velstoke merchants want to get at. A space in"our advertising column*;, judiciously and  thoroughly utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter bo every horn** in  Revelstoke, and in the Railway ai.d Mining points, tributary to Kevelstoke business.'  Moraine* Star, Walrus, Ren r.ion and Ronnnza  Minoviil Ulninis, i-itnnte in the Lsrde'iu Mining  Division of West Kootenny District Where  located:. On MenhenieK" Creek, nenr Fish  Kiver,  TAKK NOTICE tlint I, F. C. Green, r.etinsns  ngent for Annus .McKnv, F. SI. C. B 3.2003, nnd  .1. II. McKenzie, Free M-ner's Certitieate No.  H3_*0i5. intend, sixty ilnys from the date hereof,  to npply io the Mining Uecorder for- ertifientes  of Improvements. for"thcpurpose of oblnining  Crow n Grants of tlie above claims.  And further take noi Ice thnt nction, under  section -o7. must be'Commenced before t. e  i--nance of Mich t'ertilicntesof Improvements.  Dnted this flr-t day ol Mareli, 1902, A.D.   ^__���������^   -  - -,rrC. GREEN.  TAKi: NOTICE Unit CO dnvs after dale I  ���������l intend tonmily to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to ent and  curry awav tiinber from the follo*vin������ described lands:  Commencing at a post marked r-ORor I*\  Perry's southeast corner post situate about 200  feet from Scott Creek, thence west 10 chains:  tlicnce north 100 chains; llience east 10 clniins;  tlienee south 1G0 chains, to the placo of commencement; containing G-IO acres.  ���������,.,,.,,    ��������� ROGER F. PERRY.  .Goldfields. B.C., Oct lTih.lDOl.      Nov. C-tf.  Corporation of the City of Rovelstoke  SEALED TENDERS nddresRed to the under-  signed nnd ondorsuil "Flre Aliirm" will bo  received up lo noon on Friday, April 25th,  for the iiineliii; in position of about 20 (twenty)  llrenlarm poles, nnd the stringing of alarm  wires thereon. Tenders to state price per pole.  C. E. SHAW, City Clerk. *  :Ilevolsiiil.-e, April Mth, 100.'.  HOTEL LICENSE,  Take Notice that .10 days nfter date I intend to  apply to tlie chlufliconsclnspeetorforalleensc  in sell liquor by relnil iit the Windsor liolel,  Goldiields.  F. J, Goldsmith ���������  Goldiields, I), c. April 19th, 19().>,  Notioe to Delinquent Co-Owner.  To John T   Moore or to nnvone lo whom lie  may have transferred Ills  Interests In thc  tillnmu Frnpilitniil  minernl elnlni, situate  in the . nnlenu Mining Division.  Yon nre hereby iiolilled that I c<cpcu,!cd the  -.um or one   hundred uud   seveh  dollars   aiul  llfty cents (*fl07..r.0) in lnhor nnd  monev on llie  before,neiiiiiincd mineral claim, in order to  hold said mlueriil cluiin uudcrSci'.tinn 'Jl of llio  Minernl  Act; nud if within ninety days   (ml)  Irom the date, of this notice, you (all to contribute your proportion or such expenditure,  lOKClhor   witn nil co-is of uilvertisln/, yur  Interest iu siild minernl claim will become thc  property of the undersigned, under Section I  of nn  Act   entitled "   All   Act   lo  amend the  Mineral Act, 1000."  Hated  nt comaplix,  ...<*     this lfitli day  of  ipril.A. I)., l'.Ki'J.  JOSEPH BEST,  Co-OWnot*.  The Cleveland and British Columbia  Mining Company, Limited.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that the head ollices  of Tha Cleveland and British Columbia Mining Company, Limited, have  beeu moved from Rossland lo Revelsloke, li.C.  April 18-lm  MANAGER'S  REPORT  (Continued from page two)  USTQTIQJE  IN" TIIE COliXTY   COLiUT   OF  KOOTEN'AY,  HOLDEN AT REVELSTOKK.  Br.TM-nn.N-:���������  itobert Caley, of lievelstoke, B.C., plaintiff.  aud  N. Haskell, of Revelstoke defendant.  To N. Ila-kell the above, unmed defendant:���������  TAKI! NOTICE that a default summons and  plnint have been i-sued out of this Court  fl-*;iiin**i you in an action ngilnxtjun bv Robert  cn'.cy, of Revelstoke, R.C.. to recover the sum  of fill00 for board nnd lodging furished to  you by the above named plaintiff, and that in  pursuance olan order of Ills Hon. J. A. For in.  Judge ol this Court, vou aro required within  11 days from the publication of this notice in  tiie Hkvelstokk IlEitALD, newspaper, to (ile vour  dispute note, if any, with thc Registrar of'thls  Court at Revelstoke, otherwise judgment will  be entered against you.  Dated this Oth March, i -D., T<*02.  FRED. PHASER, *  Registrar of the Jounty Court.  Wright Porritt  Id to be found at his Photographic Studio in thc  Tupping Block daily dttr-  ipg office hours.  Wright Porritt  Revelstoke, B. O. ;  NOTICE. . :  Eii&iiiuers. Fireuu'ii, M.u-liinisls ancl  Electricians send for 40 page'pamphlet  continuing questions nsked ;:by Ex  iimining-Board of Engineers to obtain  Engineers license. Address Geo. _A.  Keller, Publisher, IS S. 4th St.. St.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.    .  3STOTIOE  TAKE NOTICE that GO davs nfter date 1  intend to njiply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and works for permission to purchaso a  piece of lnnd described ns follows :  Commencing at a post marked F. J. Gold-  sinitirs.No. 1 post, thence soutli 40 chains;  thenee enst 40 ehnins ; tlienee north 40 chains;  tlienee west 40 ?hains, to point ol eommence-  mem���������100 acres more or less. This land "was  staked byj.lt. McKenzie last June. Has a  purchase No. 1 po-,t about 100 feel from Goldfinch trail nud about 200 feel up hill, the east  line following Fish Kiver.  Located Februarv CO, ior.2.  F.J. GOLDSMITH,  Uoldllcldh. II. C.  ustotiqie  per F. S. c.  Nelson, B C.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE'  Centre Star nnd Evening Star ;Mliteral  Claims,situale In the 1 ardeau Mining Division  of West Kootenny I)i.-irict. Where located :  On .Menhenick creek, near Fish River, i  TAKE NOTICE thnt I, F. C. Green, -luting as  agent for J. H. McKenzie, Free Miner's Cerliil-  cnie No. B :!20i5, intend, sixly days from tlie  date liereoi, io npply to tho Mining Recorder  or Certificates of Improvements, lor the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants ol the above  claims. -   -  nd further take notice that ne lion, under  section :17, must lie commenced before llie  i-siifluoe of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this tlrst day of March. 1902, A. 11.  1*. C ORE   N,  per F. S. C ,  Ncl-on. IS. C.  OllKlOB PRINTING DEPA  Is the. "corupletest in the district for .appliarsos, jnatori.il and  Craftsmen. Our work, speaks for itself. No other office in "North  Kootenay can touch it, because we not only hare the tools to do good  work-witb, but we know* how to use them. Call and see our Samples and  yon will perhaps be surprised to see the artistic and iini: died class of work  whlch_we can turn out. *��������� Prices graded down to suit the times.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  Ked I os and Iliiicc Mineral rialm**, situate  in the Lurd&iiu Minlnc Divi-don of We-t Koote-  nnv District. Where located : Osi Menhenick  Creek near Fish liner.  T iKK NOTICE that I, F. C Green, acting as  agent for Annus McKay. Tree Miner's Certlli-  caic No R3.1105. intend, siMy dnys from thc  date hereof, lo applv to the Mining Uecorder  for CerliDcates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of thc above  claims; -  And further take notice that action, under  section ST. must be commenced bclore thc  issuance of such Ceniliculcsof liupro\ements.  Dated this first day of March, 1902, A. D.  F. C. GREEN.  per F. S C .  Nelson, B. C.  NOTICE IS HEREBi' GIVEN that 30 davs  afterdate, I Intend to make application to the  Honorable lhc Chief "'ommisslouer of Lands  and Works tor a special licence to fell and  carry nwny timber liom the tullouiiig described lands:  No. 1.  Commencing nt a post planted nbont 50  chains north of St. Leon Hot Springs on the  Arrow Lakes aad marked .1. T. south west corner,'thenee ci*.st-li>0 chains ;. iheiH'i-north 10  chains ; thcncewe.n 100 chains ; thence soulh  10 chains to placeof commencement.   -   - -     - -    __'   No. 2.       _. _   .     _  Agents  Wanted!!!  Lady or Gentleman!!  To represent the old reliable  London* k Lancashire Life.  Tile Children's Endowment,  and ten payment bond policies,  etc. - - . ,   -  Most parents are willing to  give their hoys a start "in life  hy titkinir an endowment fundi*  payable atajj-e 30, paying, the  picuiiiiin unt.il the-lioy is able  to carry it himself.  ." GEO. D. SCOTT,  Manager for B.C.���������Northwest- Ynfton  Vancouver, *B. C.  Express Delivery  All   orders    left   at   W. "M.'  Lawrence's   will    be    promptly  attended to.  -H.  Cook.  " with tlie development of the property  " to tho. Ik'.sI possible advantage, using  '��������� up In date a inl iiTotl.-rn niacliinery.  "The ciiipiiiynivnt or qualified and  '��������� expi'iiciu'fil help will be the mntto  " cif the management."  The company have also entered into  a contract with the Ashnola SinelUr  Co., Ltd., for lhe erectinnof a sniellor  at Ashnola in lhu neur future.  1 do not deem it, necessary to give nil"  exhaustive report, owing to the fact  i hat any details or figures in connection  with the a (Tails of thu coinpanv can he  obtained by any member from our  books, and from the fact that it would  take up too much time of this meeting.  I would lie plcai-eil, however, tounswer  any (picst'inn with refetence to the  nlY.iirs of the company, past, present  mid lot ure. It is the intention at  present to continue lhe development,  already arranged for under the direction or .Mr. lilakemnre, as fast as funds  are available until tram'portation is  assured. The progress , made', within  the past year hy Ihe comp.niy under  its present management speaks for  itself.  Cash on hand at prcjent d tte $7,2io.:v5  Cash expended S20.742.77  Ahselsalrendy secured, total$574,705 33  I defy anyone to in ike a better  shewing in bo short a time under  similar circumstances. We have not  had the assistance of the public to any  great extent. On thn contrary, we  havo had a great many peoplo whom I  term kickers, who havo eiideaTored to  the bust of their ability lo tear us  down, Wu cau say that, which no  other company under the same conditions can say truthfully that 1 know  of, that their credit ia good at the bunk  for nn. overdraft ,of $2,000 bhould we  roquire, same. Shew mc another  company that can make this record  and.I will shew you millions, of stock  certificates which today are not worth  the pupcr they are written on."  In conclusion, I wish to thank the  Board of Directors for the ever ready  and most valuable ninnner in which  lhey have assisted me in discharging  the duties and affairs of this company,  and on my own behalf. I must say.that  I have discharged my duties, without  fear or favor, and to the best of my  ability io the advantage of all concerned. We have completed a bridge  across the Similkameen river at Ashnola, we have acquired the townsite,  we have developed some of our coal  t.eauis sufficient to determine their  value, we have completed roads to  and from the important points of the  Company's property, and last, hut not  least, I have undertakenjthe amalgamation of the Ashnola Coal Company,  Limited, of Toronto, and have secured  lheir fullest co-operation in connection  with this matter, and 1 have to say  linally is that I sincerely hope that we  will till work together in the future  for the advanatge'of all concerned, for  united we stand, divided \vs fall.  Yours respectfully,  D. 11. YOUNG,  Managing Director.  CAPITAL STOCK ACCOUNT.   -  Authorized Capital  $1,000,000  ISSUED FOR ������  Syndicate A^sels ������500.000*  E. MOSCROP . . .  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot ,Water  And Steam Heating, Gas  -Fittin  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  WING CHUNG  Commencing at a po*,t plantcil about" miles  south from the mouth of Deep cieek M Galena  Bay, Arrow Lakes, .marked J. I*. anil oeii't;  about fi chains east of Till.D.'s w.tlli west coiner post: thence wcstSd chains ; thcii'-'c south  SO ehalns ; tbence caM 80 chains ; thence north  80 chains tn place of commencement.  Nelson, Ii. C, March r.nl. 1902.  JAME3 A.TAYI.OK,  Arrowhead.  Certificate of Impveroments.  Untie. Pllver How nntl Illaek Diamond  Mineral Claims, s ttnite in the l.ar<!eau .Mining  Division of West    ooiemiy District.  Where Seated: Near the Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.  TA.K NOTICK that I, A. I*. (JuinmliK, as  Audit for the Double Kai;lu Minim; and Development Coinpanv, limited, nf Ferguson,  ll.O, I'ree Miner's Certlllcate Xo. :il,o."il,  intend, sixty days from the dale hereof, to  apply totlie .lining recorder for a Cenilleate  of Improvements, Ior the purpose ot nbtuiniiii*-  a Crown Criint ol the above claim.  Anil i urtherTako i.oiice that action, uni'c  Section a",   must  be   commenced  before the  lssbanec of such Certlllcate  of Improvements  Dated. lhls_twenly-thiri.l dayol Jamiarv, A.D.  190.!.  A.r. CUMMINS, P.L.S.  rob. i���������tf  A   Fine Stock of Chinese and, Japanese  ��������� Goods   .lust Arrived  1IA3CBOO .CHAIRS, .  'FANCY TABLES.'.. - _  TKA TRAYS,  CHINA-WARE,  1*'ANCY GOODS,  .NAPKINS, . . "-        -     .     '"  , HANDKERCHIEFS,  .FANS,       '     ' "       '  IN GREAT VARIETY  IN THE NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.  '  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The choice  land   norlh   of   track,  between Tapping's and Long's, will  be subdivided for sale as  soon as  possible.  aM. SPROAT,    VICTORIA,   B.C.  I'. O.Hor. i'ii.  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2 PER YEAR, IM AlWANCE.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  SVTCTE IN' THE REVhLSTO E MINIKG  i>i\ibion ot West Kootenay District.  Where Loratnl: On Keystone Mountain,  Hlf Bend, near Downie Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Geo. S. MeCarter  artinp as agent for 3 D. Graham, Free Miner's  Certificate Vo. D. rrrji and for W. II.VIel.-ers,  Tree Miner's Certitieate No. C052I. intend CO  davs Irosn the date bci������if to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements for the- purpose of obtaining Crown  Grant������ of thc above claim.*.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICF. that action  under-rcetioa.TJ, must be commenced before  the I-suancc of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this lotbdavof February, A D.1902.  Tcbl2-tf o������a, S. McCartor.  Order Your  Printing  from thc  HERALD   I ~ 1,  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine -  -    ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Irulm-ling  LETTER ^HEADS'.  '  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE I-IEATJS  SHIPPING-TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING  A SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  A'lverlis*ng  (tollim.'Gulch.'....  Mineral Claims ...  Scotl's R'ltich   Oflire Furniture .  Expense   (5.0511  ' ttj.000  10,000  1*10.000  -800  ' 30.583  Total ?5S7.6S5  B.tl.uitein Treasury:.:.' 4l2.:-H.>  SLATEMI5XT OF !aSSETS AND LIABILITIES  'ASSETS.'-  Oiiiil Fields S52S.38S 30  Minoral UliiiuiB  10.300.00  Ashnola Townsite '..'.... 21.00000  M-H'hinerv���������Drill and Boiler 0.745 30  Advance to Land Syndicate-. ;J30 3)  Cash on hand and at Mails' tiger's Account   ' 7-"2V5 3:?  Advance to Sawmill  OSti CO  $371,705 33  --���������LIABILITIES.  B.ilance    due   on Ashnola  Townsite S   1,500 00  Ciuitinaer.t Liability,    Ash-"  ���������   nola Townsite to be paid  pro rata from land sales.. .- 5,309 00  Juliii H.Jackson  100 00  Sundries���������March_waRes,etc.   . ,.3S1P1  Total..".   ���������Surplus Assets.  ..$   7.400 01  .-.  507.214 42  ,.-   8 574.705 3*5  Note���������The value of the,assets is placed '  at the total amount paid in rash and  stock issued at par value.  -    *     STATEMENT -OK  -   RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE?.  HECEIPTS  Capital Stock  $   7.150 00  "     ' ent8.S2.  SOI 75  5,490 00  Synd. assessments.? 2,131 50  Sales oT Lnnd        ~- ���������  Ashnola Coal.Co.'.*.  Syndicate   Aahnola Coal Co.'y  i on account drill.*.  Sale of Stock ..'...  3,aV) 00  15.021 85 827.03S 10  $35.13$ 10  EXPENDITURES  Coal Lnnd Licenses   Legal Fees   Lieokerapi** Commissions...  General Expense   Travelling Expense   .S  \Vap;es at Ashnola...."   Advertising   Water Rights   Supplies   Machinery   Saw Mill   OfHc<������ Furniture   Engineer's Report   Lh nd Syndicate   Collin'* Gulch ".   Ashnola Townsite   Sundries   Cash on.hand and at  Manager's Account   .   450 00  719 3S  1.070 74  1.407 51  1.2SI 15  1.485 00  1.749 05  6.49!) 3T,  337 5ft  395 37  0,745 31  68Gft������  89310  .   00000  339 50  500 00  4,20100  3816  7,245 33  Total $35,13810  Nelson, B. C, April 15th, 1902.  To the shareholders of tbe Similkn-  tucen Valley Coal Company, Limited.  Gentlemen���������I herehy certify that the  above statements exhibit the true  position of the Company's affnira.  F. \V. Swanneix,  Auditor. WALLPAPERS  We have 'them in*..a 11  the new designs for the  year. .See our samples  if you are jn'oinj*; lo  paper.  \ Canada Dru$ & Book Co  ���������>������_������&,......  Jg~^L  '���������  IUOllK**i������  ������ii  ������#���������  'NAME ON   EVCnV  P1CCC.  BIRTHS  Nee lands��������� At Kovol.stnlc.*. April I.S.  lo Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Net-dands, a  daughter.  IViwkiis��������� At Itevelstnko, nn April IS.  to Mr, und Mis. Powers, a s-on.  I*'icktz���������At llevelstcike, mi tin*. IjOili  ins-t., tn Mr.ii nil Mrs. I.. A. l*'iet'/., a  .win.  MARRIED.  t'lii.K-Wn.i.���������At. St. Peter's church,  Kevelstoke, nn I he.'tilth insl., I>>* lhe  Uev. C. A. Pi'i.ciinier,' Al. A., ' Arlliur  A. (July, iif. Hofslaud, lo Miss F, (.!.  Will of Toronto.  NOTES OF  NEWS  *S*fi���������������  iS*������*���������  (���������A���������  fi.,V_  <jS������*-���������  ������J'.**���������  ���������������������������������������������������  es���������  .is**���������  r������s*���������  ������*���������  iV*ts*~  When Sp:ir*s Tints are Desired  asui EooiiG^y 5s Advisable.  ���������St*  ���������*E)  ���������*���������#>  ���������������������_>  ->r.*rrinu������������TT.rn������nr������-r>.-^.J.������l -r^������r*/tf:43r3M~  ���������SXXSBSLCXi  Chocolates!  *) We have lately iniporied ^)  3.9 .the   choicest varieties of @)S  choicest  the above in  are selling' at  hulk,   aiul  @*  ������>*-  ���������?!������*-  ^_3>^.  75c. per IB. I  Highest   Awani  U the World's l������":-v  ���������I*'ri,**di Cirocorios at A.  N. .Smith's  (J, Green, of.Golden, was a',visitor in  thu city Sunday ami Monday.  Mrs. Knowlton, of Guidon, is on a  visit, lo her sister, Mis. Hue.  New lines in children's shoos anil  slippers at lteid & Young's.  Fur up to date men's poods go to  Kidd & ."Young.  I:.d. Bell, the well known packer uf  Ferguson, was in the city on Monday.  ' Kor the newest and up to date styles  in hoy's and children's suits, go to  Held k Young's.  Miss Foster, of Vancouver, is in  the cily visiting her brother, II.  Foster, of thu O.P.lt. ollices.  lteid & Young are sole agents for  D. & A. andP..&T>. corsets in all the  new.shapes.  Clarence McDowell, one of   the hest  , known prospoctors of the Fish Itiver  camp, is in the city for a few days.  The Herald is pleased to announce  that Dr. Carruthers, who has been ill  for the past week, is on a fair way to  recovery. -  T.J, Grahame, returned on (Sunday  night from a two month's trip casl  in the interest of the trackmen nnd  bridgctnen of the C.P.H.  ���������Plants��������� Pivi*. varieties of Cabbage  Plants, two of- Cauliflower, also tin  assortment, of Brussels .Sprouts Plants,  on and after May 1st. Mr. T- Skinner  Gardener.  John Savage and Mrs. Savage and  family, of Salmon Ann, are in the  city, having come in to .attend thc  funeral of the lute W. .1. I ax,- father  of Mrs Savage.  Mrs. G'. S. MeCarter and family, left  yesterday inoriiing for "BanlY. where  they will visit a short time with  Superintendent and Mrs. Douglas,  parents of Mrs. MeCarter.  ���������The Canada Drug & Book Co. 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  clear out; don't irtiss this chanee.  Trout Uxke Lodge No. 41, I.O.O.F.,  are asking for tenders for the election  of an Oddfellows hiill lit Trout Lake  City. The advertisement will appear  in Saturday's, issue.of'the Hehalu.  . ThcLadies' Aid of the Presliyterian  church, held a social in the church  last aveniug. An excellent programme  was rendered and a pleasant evening  socially speaking spent* hy all who  attended.  A strong company is billed for the  opera house on June 2, '3 and 1. Kip  Van Winkle will he on the hoards 'fur  the opening night. The company art?  highly-recommended by tho pi-ess and  public in lhe soutli.  A large audience, consisting mostly of  children,greeted the show in the opera  house Monday night. The pictures,  representing a. trip to the Klondike  were certainly good and lhe; best  part of.the cTening's eiilerlaimuiMil.  (it)  9  ������  fats���������  ���������j-J*--  ���������������>-  *.!������������������  &���������  <__>���������  M���������������  fl****-  e>-  is**���������  tiy**���������  ny���������  tV****���������  <3>-  Ci*******-  kN���������������  i?>-  ti.���������  =^Dl*lSgStOJ'0 ^  We can always give you an even 'exchange���������  VALUE FOR CASH.  *r*~.~.-������������������������.i-.. i. ...,.i .,���������.  s  ��������� Everything' lhc  Ladies require in Dress Goods  and thc well known " Empress Shoe," with wide  and narrow toe.  -���������������������  ���������"���������"���������"���������-fl  GKEGlsriEr-R^Xj  MlEE.H^.Isr'XS.  *-*������t������  -*&.  CALL AND  INSPECT  THE  NI*:\V CONSIGNMENT OF  ng's unBon  ���������The cigars���������Our Special. Tlie  Union anil l.a Corona are hoitschnld  words. '.Smoke them and no tither.  \V.\NT!il).-J.!y 11 lady, sit nation as  cook in a mining camp-or hotel.  Reference furnished. Apply lu the  111.1;ALII  \Y. (1, liirney has rcceivcil the  appointment, of Deputy (l.'.-mil .M-islur  ol" the Loyal True Blues for "th*: Kuoto*  nay district.  Just opened at. lt*.*iil -5c Vi.img':.���������  Ladies' Dongola Kid Slioi'S nindu on  the new round uie shape, laM.������, wilh  extension sole aiul. militiiry heels,  Hon. 0. II. 'Alaclvintosh "returned  last, week to ltosslaud��������� lifter a three  month's visit, to ijiiglnud. During his  visit, to the Old (.nuiilry Mr. Mat-  Kintush floated the. (iiant :\Iiiiing Co.,  ���������ind will proeeed to develop the property. Mr. MaL-kinlieOi has done inuru  than any olher - single individual in  Canada to nrmmilu legiliniale iiiir.ing  development   in     B;*':li*-h     t'l'liiiiibia.  Men's best ���������.-hoes, new shape*?, in lhe  celebrated American makes of Lilly,  Brocket ifc Co.. al lteid & Young's.  Capt. T. 1*1 L. Taylor, tlie recruiting  ollicer of I liis district I'or the fourth  contingent, linished his work on  Saturday when the following wen  accepted and lel'l. for Halifax, on  TuesiHy morning. Messrs. .1. McLaughlin, IJ. Clarke, .lurdinc "ftyn.ii.  McYicker. Harvey. AV. Smith, Chas.  Lewis, 11. II. L'ling, A. JMurdoch, 3.  Murdoch. A. 'Bennett and Drapes.  Spring tihirls from the best makers  ���������l.tundiied and negligee. Keid iS:  Young.  Bargains in Eoy's Suits,  ���������l.JO Boy's Suits���������the latest and  most stylish on the market. These  suits will be offered at prices that "*will  guarantee a ready sale. Come in and  inspect the stock at C*. B. Runic &  Co.'s.  as***-  c>*>-  (jjr���������  ������-$���������*���������-���������  c-et���������  ���������as*--  e5���������������  ([{_}w.  Cf.=~  ���������������������  Cflr-  I&���������  CSf���������  sr->-  es���������  fJSt���������  &  ^'ou can't beat them and you can't wear them out  before you have had your money's worth.  CENT'S FUKMSHIHCS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS  COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL.  -"���������*?  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To  of all  kinds  ancl  Or oakery  just opened up.  A set of  CUPS AKD SAUCERS.  from   the    Foley  factory   In  England, will suit you.  SKATi-S.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates���������  Fb'UNITUHIC GOODS must be sold  a I. cost iu order In make jjiouui for  another large enrol' Furniture, which  will lie here shortly, call and see if  We can't arrai ge lo supply you. Now  0    i.s your opportunity lo furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE    CO'Y.  X HAYB IO?!.  The largest, stock "of thu latest WATCH13S,  CLOCKS, KINGS. SILVfiR WARE, OUT-  GLASS, FASHIONABLE .1KWKLRY, Ete.  My many years' experience enables ine to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the puhlic at reasonable prices.  iX.   G-TJ-Y7   BARBER.  ���������WATCH HliPAlHINO  A SPKOIA LTV.  ������k . :���������' ;y''A'-   .'���������'���������'.'    .'���������'���������    " SiionS'S^ In -tSis World.''       ':  Cotton and duck suits for  in all the natty style-* at  Young's.  childien  lteid   &  '#'������������������  w  W  SIBBALD & FIELD,  -AiG-iEisr.-rs ^ok,  FJF~   Ci. P. R. TOWNSITE.  nr-   MARA TOWNSITK.  1X9-   GEIiltAUD TOWNSITE.  OF-   CA.MUORXE TOWNSITE,  Ciiniula rermanoiit it Wostorn  ion.  Ming Association.  T*.*t*������T i TViriT AT     t Ciiniula Permanent A: Western  rllNAnil   I A I ��������� J       (JiuiiMla "MorigiiRC Corporntit  1 lUnil-^Xi-**!-   (KqiiitubleCftviiiBS Loan nud liui  IIS  ������'  I'linparinl Kire.      Calcdontnn Flre.-Atlas Fire."  Ctinailinii Fire.   Slcrcuntile Flre.-   Kiirthern Fire.  Ciiniriliiui Flre.   Alnnchcster Fire.   Clreat West.Lire.  I Oeenn, Andldcut anil Uunrantce. ��������� Coiifedcrntinn Life  \_CanailIitn ^Atleident Assnranee Co.   Connecticut Fire  COAL FOR SALE,  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary PubiU.cE ^        CHAS. M. FIELD.  -Loyal-T-r-ue^BlueSf.  Figures Talk  ft '.  i  iiu-   fifth   annual   mecling   of    the |  i  ! f_-ci.il Company was held in Toronto on  The executive of thc ladies auxiliary  of the hospil.il are culling a meeting i.i  all members and lhe geroral public  lor Monday next, iSth inst,. ut I ln-  llre hall. The meeting is i-alied fiii  the purpose of cutting aiid umkiugiip  linen fur the new hospital.  Wife.���������Now John I wish you would  not .smoke in the house.it always  makes liie sick.  .tolln.���������Now dear, you said if I would  smoke Oi;it Si-kciai., or The Union  cigai'S you would Hot mind and this, i.s  a Special.  \H H. Laing, one of thc boys who  was accepted for South Africa service,  and who'left on Tuesday morning for  Halifax, lost his purse containing $75  during his stay in town. A suitable  reward to the finder will be paid by  Capt. Taylor for the recovery of the  pocketbook and contents.  ��������� Vegetable and Flower Plants 2.1c.  per doz. Cabbage, Celery, Ijiilnec,  . Tomatoes, ' Cauliflowers, Candytuft,  Dranthiis, Asters, Verbena, 1'etunias.  Spbelia, Marigold, Phlosc, Sunflowers,  Coreopsis, Nasturtum, Chrysanthe-  muna 25c. per dozen. Cabb.-ig<* $1 per  inn. J. Maley. Rpvflstoke.  Tho next regular meeting of L. 'I  Lodge 171, will be held at I.   O.  O.   K. | -.hart-holders of the Crow's Kext  Pass  hall No. 2"). on   Friday   evening.   May  2nd. at S o'clock sharp.    A full attend-j  ance is r.-i-juested.   Oraiigemen in good i .Match 7:.h.  standing are  invitfd   to  vi������il  during.!     ���������,..���������.   nul_   pr()fiL   ���������������������������   *h(,   year   after  ���������'(ioud nf tho Order bnsiiie.*.'*," *,  ,., I paying  all  operating expenves and all  ch-ircj..-'   of    every     kind     lunnunted  tu !j'207 SIS :v.). Alter paying a dividend  nt the rate of ten per cent per annum,  a   bal.iner*  wf   }S*_W 112.S0   w,ii   rarried  fnrwurd   !*i   lhe   credit   or profit'and  I.:-'-" -IIIJOUIll.  Tlii;. rouip.uiy'.-.'l.*,*-i'ts are UuMr till  mines and tin: towiiiile of eernie.  F.iiir yi'.tr? ago tlii-' cfimp-iny had nu  ! r.;n*pf Italian facililics and theii  -.' i*tk *-n!ii a*. low  price is $1.00 per share.   Do not wait  i"ii"ntirit"is"tod-late;"butrget���������in���������on���������the  dp  (5_vV  m,  -m  m  i  i  i  m  QUITABLE Lift ASSURANCE' SOCIETY  OXP   THJ3   TJlsriTED   STATES.    ,  Outstanding Assurance Dec. .11,  11)01*.!? 1,170,276,725 00  New Assu'ranco Issued in li)01   Income.' '.' '   Assets, "Dec. ill, lflbl   Assurance Puiul :<inl all other liabilities  Surplus ���������  Paid Pulieylloldei-*-- in ]1'.)1.."   2:t5,012;087,00 . . .,_  , 61,371,005 M  331,039,720 34..--;^  250,910,678 ."28 r?- ���������''  71,120,012 00 "'"P  27,714,021 42  JA?t1ES W. ALEXANDEEi,  JAW3E8 H. EiYSE,  .  President.  Vice-President.  ��������� H.; ALLENBERG^SiioHane,  ;;p: B. ;LE\y������S^fj:; ������- fy7r7  Manager.  District Agent:?  Partner Wanted  A partner wanted fur a ri'.'-.'.-bur-ines*?  just -Hai-lt'd. Cupitiil I'.quiicd SSC0.  apply fur jiartrcnlni-s tn I'. O. hcrx 'A'l.  RevoUtoko (-5. C.  ST*  i  1  ^ lr\ji 6  trnr.   Jin  ���������xn3  FOR LETTER WRITERS.  ground (loot* and make a handsome  profit. A purchaser of 100 shares low  may goin a profit of $S,09(). Crows  Nest shares as an example. This would  he a fair profit on an investment of  .$10 per month for eleven months. We  invite the fullest inspection of tlie  company's affairs by intending  purchasers. Foi further information  apply to I.he Similkameen Valley Coal  Company 'Limited, head office,Nelson,  B. C, room "A" K.V/.C. block,'Baker  Street, Nelson, IJ. C.  "and  as elevi-n  t erits per  The use of artistic Note paper  and Envelopes is evidence of  good taste.  Our stock consists of n large  assortment in  'LETTER PADS  NOTE PAPER  BOXED PAPETRIES.  Envelopes���������all sizes.  W. BEWS,     -    "-     Phm.B"  DriiKfcl.it aii'i;-*tBtIoncr.  lirr.wii Block. Telephoned.  '-li-iip.    Tod.ty their s������������ ck is ?*-'.Iing at  .<'���������)') if).  The Hiinilkariic-en V,ill.*y  Cotl  Com-!  piny   Limited   asset.**  are,   coal tuiiu-s. j  'iiiiber. water }*'iwe], .igiicuiliir.il  and!  hortieulliual lie.d,  cily   water  wf.ikK j  electric    H^lit    plant    and    the   lown-1  -iti;  of   Aolinoln,   surriiiinded   by    t lit; |  following resource.-';  gold,   copper, _-.il-|  v.-*r, lend, iron, lime, fireclay, platinum '  and a fine slock raining country and it  is t.he smelting centre of the Similka-  ineen Valley with a   climate,   all   that  could be asked.    Today you can secure  an option nn this company's stock  by-  paying ten cents per share down nnd  ten cents per month until   fully  paid,  with non forfeiture clause.    This price  is subject to a twentylive cent advance  ���������without notice, or as   soon   'is   transportation   is   assured.     The    present  E. MOSCROP . . .  Sanitary Plumbing, .Hot  Water  And Steam Heating, Gas  Fittin  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  WING CHUNG  Finn Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods   .lust Arrived  r.AMHOO  CHAIItK,  I'A.*.'UV.TAIII.KS,  TKA TKAYH,  niisAWAim,  l*'ANCY flOODS,  .VAI'KINH,  IIANIIKEIICIIIEFS,  I'ASS,  IN GREAT VARIETY  IN T;3E NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.  jM,M^'.*ji>JrTrCT*i*CT***..������-*ra*T^^^  SIOGK  Tho largest, and. best selected  stock from .Winnipeg--to - tho  Coast. Finest "and best equipped Tailoring H.iusc in B. C. '"  ' Otily a iimde, to order "garment  IJl can (it properly and the leading  Ip * * L --* '    i  good dressers in Revelstoke have  showered* praises- on Onr Full  [Oiess  and   Business Suits'and  Overcoats, which fit as naturally  as the fleece on the sheep.      ., ;s  "We* lit pocket books as well as  v__y> their owners.  To Order and Up-to-date  "The Best Fit in the City  For thc Month of April a Choice Lot For $5, worth $8 and $10.  SUITS TO ORDER  S20. and $26.  Wc   defy   any    firm to . produce-a  mpre "stylish .or better  fitting- suit for the price.'* ���������    ���������--'*- V '  g   LADIES COSTUMES.  _ Choice O'T any ccctuinor^7  P^latorial in tho S-ioro io.  Mca-ourc     <iur'.-,\-fr     xito  Ko-.Tlh of April fo:' S2S.  L.Cressii  LADIES'   AND KEN'S  HIGH CLASS TAILOR..  Manning- Block,  hicKcnzie Avc.


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