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 Vol    V.   No    1SI  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY,   MAY  IO, 1902  $2 00 a Year in Advance  O  u  R  S  P  E  G  I  A  ���������c  T  jW'eJare! theMargest* buyers *.  of'"GROCERIES- irWhe-  North   Kootenay,   and arc  theretore able to offer the  very best goods   produced  in' the  world*at  the very*  lowesf \ prices. ,.; 'Although  -times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is ve^^encduragihg  to us.     ,;  .    , .   -���������  TA������LQR, WLP.P.  vThis^year^we. xhave^made _  arrangements    which   will  ' en'able~us"to"give "ou r "cu's-  Y''Ttomers   better   prices   than  '������*" ever before.  ���������^���������.���������.���������^._ _. __  *.   ">-v  ."8 **%****   -*���������^ > *--'  -^    ii      f      V  wig;& r. ;_  Shirts     ' "  These Shirts are  recog-  *1 Jnized   to' be' superior to  - J^JanyJmade. in^Canada.for  .- -r. Style ,-���������and ^Durability..  '.*7-l."We'liave them-iirall'the*  ^  ������atesej?atterns. ^.V  >rt.i*mi-������r^F4>*������   Vs** a1-*-.  ������^rt^**W*V*-V'***-'   **������-l**'  Neck  -1-. The celebratedCurrieTie  ���������The .Spring , Patterns ?  in these* Goods 'halve j'u'st'  r--j?,:- beenr*received,, ;and -ffor  aiSftyngL^yet -.produced  =~,->f ,by this Renowned Firm  *.-*:. ���������&��������������� fof. -p;e -Makers: *��������� *������  ovcrrestiniated  received   fioni  Grant  tbi Point. Ellice   Bridge  " ^ Criticised..   Hies asks' for Assistance for the Lead Industry.  _ A^Long Talk on. Rail ways.,  Mr. T.iylor continiirc. thu Budget  debate ,��������� in thu. Housij hist 'Thiiisday.  He thought the Finance Minister had  the amount* hi" be  ininui.il taxes, miller  which head he. estimated un .inciu.se  of $35,CU0 ovof laht'yYar." "Altogether"?  he believed Hint, at. thc end of thu  year,-the Finance Minibtei would find  the actual* receipts'! fiom vai ions  sources, at least $.'iOO,00() under thc*  estimate'.;';In,; view" .bf ���������������lhc*~6li'ingt>n,t  necessity tor economy, he thought the  large expenditure proposed on tin*  Governinent'lloiisc unjustifiable. 'It  might hu.'ve> Keen allowed to stand  over. The grant of $:JO,000 to Point  Ellice bridge wus also exorbitant, and  indicated special���������lavqritis_ni-_.tqwaids.  Victoiia, in view ol the fact that theie  .were other bridge project-., equally  entitled to consideration, for which no  grant has been made.  Of the government's policy he made  thojre-mark that;.the. House, was*-but  poorly advised ol what leivlly was  intended.   *       *"*-   " "j"  thi: aovTiirsMFiS'Fh  ixicjutTou-*"  ' ' ! '     RAILWAY policy. -  He felt'surc, however, that the government would.uot ventitie to |.ie-.dnt  itsiiriiquitous-'Jlailway Hill to, the  House. 'The Opposition took the view  tha^thepiojectedj^ijlway woiild come  ,to the   Pacific  Const   in   the   natural  i- .\***i ....  course   ot   events,   oven    without . a  dollar of money, or tin acre of land  being'-granted as a bonus. In any  event theie was nothing to justify the  absurd bargainr enteied into by the  government."--In -the- negotiations  which hud taken place, and the in formation elicited by.'tlie Royal 'Commission, the. Premier was shown to  incline'iharkcdly^towaids the interests  of thet"Conipaiiy_,tand he' believed the  shit-retpnixref""'1 tiy ^ti, Cuitis weie  jUSUUbanr���������- Tin,*1-" onoriiToiia'    'iiuiina  provided in the Grueushields contract  was not oiily'absurd in itself but no  caie had been taken in fi am ing the  docunu*nt,'-tp "safeguard/the interests  of-the people. This b.ug.un 'was  opposed to th'e. piinciples adopted by  the Government in the lt.iilv.ny Actoi  regiment, seven killed outright and  the iest wounded, five of om woundei'i  hive dud suite Otu lieutenant was  hit in three plaros, once on the hand,  ou the elbow and in the eye, hut 1  think he will pull thiough. Out  sergeant was lilt on the shoulder and  a pi ivute was shot. I will ity and lull  yon something about the posit'on"  Wc made camp aliout 2 p m. and had  pist wateieil mil hoises und stinted  digging tienihes when the I3oers I'linu;  over the hills and sin loiinded n-. Thev  opened fitu with two 15-ponndei������. anil  ii pom-pom. We could hardly believe  at fltstsight that they won* Doets. tor  theyiaide light out into lhe open,  fh ing .it us fiom oft their noises' hai ks  Talk about a'** hail-loi in I It. was  iouiething a*.-* till for a few minutes !  Am soon us they got cooled down we  eotduwn to business. We took up;u*  stiong position to the left', of tho  enemy and our aitillety did some  splendid woik. -silencing one of the  Unci guns and killing a number ol  thetn. Uuiing the battle, which Listed  ovei ihtee bonis I fired ovei &U loutids  ot iiminiiiiitioii. I picked out one  sepai.itt- Hner and tolled him elt his  sidiUe. The men that weie stationed  at'P.i.udebeig say that they nuvei  e\peiienced sacli 'i hot tune as we  h id that day. We had 1.10 horses  killed. Then* were about seven bundled of us *iud a thousand othei tloops.  TliectS'ijlitiesin out ptrticulai column  uiuouiiU'd fto -120 and our regiment  lost, the he.ivie-t. The Boeis lost  thiee-liTimlied killed "and 'wounded'  My'hnise*wiis'killed.  rHnpii'g,*Mr. Editor, that this letter  will be ot mleiest to leadeis cf youi  valuable p ip^i and thanking you foi  space in yom columns, ���������  I remain, ynuis situeicly,  N. J. Bol'IO.v.  Bishop Dart's Visit.  His Loidship B shop Hut came in  on Fiiday Ironi New We-lininstei* and  is tguesf.it the tecloi y of St, Petei's  chinch. Lhu ing his \ i-.it he is holding  a sei ies of mission sei v it es nt 7.3<l each  evening the d ties and suIijhiIs  aie  .i~  follows:  ' r  Satuid.iv- .M,i\ lUth ��������� Bipti**m  SiTiulay Mav Hth���������-Mi,r i iig,    Ilo>  the t huich.  Monda>. May I2ih���������OoiiKi niation,  the HolySpitit, theStientrth Giver.  Wednesday. -MaV 14lh���������The Holy  Kpint, the h.iii it oi Freedom. (  ���������.Must be eleaied at cost ror cash,  out   big  stink  ol   clothing, hoots  Personal    Paragraphs   Pertain-  .v.ingto Railway Men Picked up  -   By the Herald   Man   on   His  Daily Rounds.  .1. G.Webster left this inoriiing loi  vVmnipeg on a business tup,  Knghie No. 7'!7 came out of the shops  Thnisday last u t r undergoii g a  thoiuugh ovei hauling.  A f;.P.It. hr.ikeniaii. named 11 ish-  heigei. is nt piesent lying in the  Ualgaty Geneial llospllnl sulleiing  fiom injmies of it somewhat painful  hatuie. ' lie was jolted off the  pl.it fni in ol his i almost* al l.iggun on  Apiil 27th.  The Chit igo, Milwaukee and St.  L'aul ollicials aie testing a new aulo  in.itie blot k signal sei vice which will,  it is claimed, pievent collisions wh'ch  in e due to engineers ignoi ing or mis-  t iking signals. The mechanism is so  auaiiged Unit whenevei an engincei  passes-into a .section Jihat is blot ked  ���������iguinst hiin un,automatic device sets  the an biakesand stops the tiain.  The device is opeiated by a buttery of  springs, which aie wound up by u  * ibtu'tory motion "of'" the fails as the  engines and- tiuins ,pass__ over them.  Aicoiditigly theie is no -dependence  upon eletliicity, which is treucheious  in bud-weathei. In a recent test a  11.tlii was i uu at f'dl speed past a block  was set at "dangei." As soon as  lhe engine enteied the prohibited  section there was a grinding of a she*  against lhe wheels and lhe tiain came  loustop hi loi e its length was scaicely  within the block station. Those who  witnessed the lest declared that the  service would ~ revolutionize _sign.il  set vice and dei lease accidents ut least,  ���������40 per cent. ���������Employes' .Tout mil, Sun  Francisco.     "��������� - **.  Hats!  .  The w'orld-"re no"w ne d  Christie and Fedora Hats  -, j A.,, consignment  m,  tne^  Latest; Styles.���������-.has ;-,justj  ���������������������**'*been opened up  lastyear. .It was also'opposeiVto  the | shoes-Pennine   '-^;-Bi^"  principles enunciated by  the_ Picnner  by, manifesto issued in Feinuaiy,  just  before "the House convened,  fn~vvhieh  We'had^decLiied that he'woulel  nevei  consent''to"the 'granting   of railway  lionuses, without pioper control being  exercised on behalf ot the people.   Vet  all,.these'pririeiples were abandoned in  the Greerrshields bargain, which had  been enteied into,   riot,as   a   serious  business proposition, but as an raier  gency scheme to hood vv ink theelectois  of'Victoria, - **,  u.d  in-  Big Strike" on the Beatrice. ,.  The minor In the (>fTi*-ct. that a big  stiike has been made on* the^.Beatrice  WiOilH'?..cP1-'A(.t** itl.fact_tlieitrike,is the  '['this season up to date*. .The^'Be'atrice  was staked and has since been opeiated  under the impression th.it it was u  straight silver lead proposition and last  tall Jlr. Fullmer started a long tunnel  with the view of getting under the big  surface showing of silver lead ore. The  galena ore ot the Beatrice occurs irr a  fissuie- vein   and, while   the   tunnel  started by Mr; '���������'Fullmer had for its  object the eiosscutting of this vein it  necessitated a tunnel running with the  formation. For the first lot) feet the  tunnel run ut a slight angle across the  formation and struck a hody of i|ii,nt/.  lully five leet iu width on whieh they  have di it ted for over 100 feet. Tliey did  not suspect the vuliu. of this body ol  quiii I/, and in fact have thiown p.utot  it ovei the dump, but when the gold  became visible to Ihe naked eye thev  .il once sent some of tho samples down  to Feigusoii for assay, the result i a'ng  close in the neighborhood of !|>I<X) to  the ton in gold values. Tlie rock  leseinb'es that found in Fish Creek  and us the lieulrice is admittedly in  the same belt as the Nettie L., this  stiike should m.iko the piospectors ol  the camp very careful about throwing  quart/, over the dump-without fhst  testing it for gold values.  British   Columbia    Legislators.  The following is from the Viitmia  Times:  The plucky fight of Thomas T.i>lor,  member for lievelstoke, against what  he considers lo be the.gerrymander of  that constituency, _ was one qf the  events of the present session." It was  an instance of how a representative  wbo had come to'be regarded iu one  of the non-speaking members 'Of ��������� the  legislatuie could be mused ,U. a  sup"iioi effort when the inteiests ol  his people ' were threatened. His  persistant pursuit Jof tlie Attorney  Geneial ou that occasion wus un eye  opener fo those who. thought Mr.  Taylor iiicap ible of ;r sustii ned effort,  while his lejoindeis to the intei tup-  tions of Joseph Martin weresufticicntly  cutting lo silence that gentleman. ,  ' Mr. Taylor was bori.'iiid_,ondoii,Oi>l.  in ISO), and wus educated at,the puhlu  schools nml commercial college thei'.'  He served two yea/'s as' an'uiticli-d  clerk in the otlice ot Taylor 'k Taylor,  barristers," there and:'iii>.'l8S5 'torik  Western fever and came to Wmnipegf  Here he remained until 188S,.when ,he  icmoved to Donald and worked in fhe  mechanical and'stoies departments of  tlie-O. P. R. 'In the spring of WYi he  look . the. management ,nf a . brunch  store at Tiout Lake for,C. B. Huiue'&  Oo . ol Kevelstoke' and in" IbU5."**<*������  IroiUiLiiiKt: nulling uivisioii. h-i_u**1ii'c*i������.i  thio dual position up to the tall ol 1SU7  and then resigned the stole management, letainine. the office of mining  lecorder This he lesinned on being  nominated iu March.-1000, a cundidute  lor the legislatuie, to which he vvus^  elected.  He was married in 1807 to Miss  Georgie Larson. In religion he is nn  Anglican, and in tedeial politics a  Conservative. , . ,  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  PEN ING  Underwear  '-���������>   i -T'ForlSpruTlfand Summer.^  K- f 'A VellSelected'cqnsign-S.  ment of ImportecT Scotch  and English fine;'woolen  Balbriggam'and.cFleeceT  epn^LinedjUnderw.eaj--just ,to;  hand..  '.U}jt^  *-;������"i fihJ. al? rii^n  i^SJ^.'Ea**'--^^IS^^:S^!*V^.W^!������*i ���������>**������������������'  -���������r ^Ladies'.and.Gent's ftos-  L.^:t/?i1ry-ins- Sillc, ^Cashmere,\  ..  .':>������������������ i'and'-W6ol. VA complete  ��������� '-"stock of'the"Latest-Pat-  ---' terns and BQ?t Quality-. .  4 Hardware   ;;  3-*,A'i.*catldad;Jof   Assorted  Hardware just  opening  7if up.-  .HOirERHJIEXT I) ������Ri:D NOT   Al'l'EAT.   TO  .���������. ���������*  f '~ r    * 4     ���������  COUN'l'H.Y,   ,  *sTt"wa"'i'nb(7a,":'pi;bpo"sition 'on   whicli  the~Governir~ent"would dare to appeal  torth"excbu"htr3'>-It was astonishing tlrat  the Government should have lieen  so  neglectful of the public interests as to  shotw it8el������_rejadjc ^to_j_forco_^uwh____u_.  iniquitous measure tlirough Par liament  had it been aKle to do so. . He -hoped  the Government would   take   tip   the  question of assisting the lead industry  in-_somer practical   vvayt dining    the  preseiit'session. ^'H***' alluded ;to  the  Noith Victoria yacarfcy and ventured  to   lepeat  the   statement,   which_ so  irritated * the   Attorney   General   the  other.day., thatsonieof the people theie  threatened that unless they were given  representation in'thtelegislature, they  would not consent to pay  (heir ta-Ccs?  observing that he had'received a lettei  from    an"'elector 'theie "to   similar  Stylish   Shirtwaists,  in  Dresses  an  effect.    . ���������'  A'^.t'A -l  We" have now ready for vour inspection one of the finest display 4 ofthe above ' '  -....-' * _ '        ��������� -" a i       ���������   '       '  lines of goods ever imported into this city.     Perhaps you  may think, this, state-   -  - ^ ment-rather-strong,-as-pasl-seasons-sho,wings have���������been__splendid,JytJhe_Styles ; '��������� \  and vaiieties 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  ��������� > n*  way they fa re selling, clearly tells us they are the cream  of'.tli^ city. ' Tome and   '    (  -"'Jee what you think of them yourself.   Its a pleasure to show such goods whether  vou buv or not. , .  _  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  The condition of Principal Grant  showed great improvement yesterdi.y.  The body of Bret Harte was buried  at L*"i'imley, Surrey, ycuteiduy.  Violent snowstorms ure leported  ftom the Northern pint of Spain.  A violent hailstorm swept over the  not theustein section of Paris In it  night.  Heavy snow-fulls continue throughout  northwestern and southwestern  France and fruit crops are in danger.  Paul Leicester Ford, the .novelist,  was shot and killed by his brother,  Malcolm Webster"Ford,"writer"und  athlete, w ho. then - sent n-bullet into  his own breast dying instantly at New  York.  ���������"'-Airepo'rffroni Canadians wlio took  p.nt in lIurt's_Uiv_er fight say that the  Boers stripped the Canadian prisoner*  of everything and then set them fr������e.  The Canadian coronation contingent  will consist of 22 officers and C02 men  and'will mobilize at Quebec on May 2)  and sail on June 7th. '.  ��������� Fire this morning did iJtiO.OOO worth  of damage in an apartment' house in  Chicago containing 18 flats. . A great  panie'ensuedamong the inmates.  'United Sjufes Steel Corporation will  spend $00,000,000 in opening their big  tube works at'Pittsburg. ���������-  ' A Pennsylvannia railway wilt'put  '      j- - ..*--,,       /  on -a   train   to run'from  Chicago to  New York, 1)12 miles, in 17 hours?  . St. Pier.u, Martinique,''was 'entirely  .i..'..'....\..i:.!*.._'-y- v   "���������*.;  -"--it;'>. .  oVlork nil Thursday 'morning. .JJnly ,  UiiHjr silVvlyors   vv'ere   rescueu   uiiiu  vessels in the'harbor, all" rn'ore'*or !less  burned! The city had about 23,000  inhabitants, which "is" enveloped in  dust and flames and vessels trying to  approach are'unable to get near land.  Vessels passing five miles away are  covered with'ashes. ' It is thought no  one in the city at the time of the  disaster escaped. - * -     '    '  The president'of four coat companies  have reported to ' the United .Mine  Workers executive in session at Scranton, S.J., that they will not arbitrate  and a Vote will be talceh'thisafternoon  on the question 'of a general strike in  the aritrac-it* region;* J'���������  '���������  > "***���������-  A bill" admitting"- 'Arizona; New-  Mexico and Oklahoma as states of the  union passed _ the House of Representatives", Washington, today.  Verdict of manslaughter returned Tit  the trial of Geo. Scouten for the murder of Arthur Simpson; at Calgaiy.  Seven buildings, including tenement  houses, stores* and   the' plant  of-the  T  Ailli-VDMUK l'  HESOI.UTION,  '       i.  to iii;noK-i  SHIRTWAISTS  Made of Fine Cimbiii. in stripes, new -.hades of  0*<blood. Nuvv Light Blue and Gieys.    Looks as,   (>  well as many show n at twice the pr ice. Our great,  leadei *JBc  He concluded by moving the following amendment tq(the motion: "Tliat  Mr. Speaker do now leave thc chair."  to add after the vvoi tl "chait:"   -  "But tliis ��������� House cond^nius the  practice,,nc_vv_soiigbl to be introduced,  of-voting supplies for roads, streets and  bridges in the var'ous districts in a  lump sum ins.tead of appeal ing in detail  as heretofoie."       _ ' '.   ���������'  rOINT OF ortUEIi RAISED.  Mr. A. W. Smith 'tcok V" point of  order that the amendment was not  permissible on the ground that an  amendment .on similar .Mines, had  already been negatived. - - f _  AMENDMENT RULED OUT.  The amendment was nrled out after  considerable debate.  WHITE MUSLIN AND LAWN WAISTS  Made of fine Organdie or Victoria l/i wi).- beauli  fully tiimnu'd w ith Fine Tut king oi V '       '  Lace, huttonod in fiont or back,  in the muiU't.    Prices from .   ..  rlenciennes    ���������  NolhiiiR better. .  *  . S1.00 to S3.50  THE SHOE DEPARTMENT  National.  Steam   Laruidrv   Co.,  were  burned at New Haven, Conn.  . i   l.'i.-   ���������_-���������,..'.  , The main building'and chapel of the  Iowa school for the .deaf  tit  Council  bluff*, Iowa, burned last niRht.     Loss  'smooo., '--������������������_���������    ���������*  Men's,   Misses,'j"WpmenB'>rClii!dreri'3vand"'  Infants' Shoes���������Unusual Values, i.y ~  Unusiinl values  in   btand new* lines of goods is the  anuotiiKemcnl fiom the Boot Section today. ���������  Hiiudtrdhof pai is of these Stylish Boots for';  Women ..ind Misse*-, have, been bought .fiom thc  fiictory ut a specially low figures and are being sold  today at great price reductions.   , '        '  FLANNELETTE SENSATION  Don't wait, but ionic as c'.uly as  possible if vou  w-.int to shu ein this 1,000 y.uds of Stripe Flan-    -  nelctte dilfeient patterns to choose  fiom.  prood  weight...      per yd. 5c.  CYCLONE SALE OF MEN'S & BOYS' SUITS  Get readv  for   bargains   in   Mens   and   Boys' 'j  Clothing.    Don't  miss   this   chance.   Come  eaily���������  Bargains await you heie *ind a  big stock  to choose  from.'".   ������������������*-  Men's Furnishings Department  A complete stock of everything a man needs at prices always the lowest.    As the  season advances your needs increase,  but_oyrjJittIe prices  help you  to gratify,  T. y. ��������� t A -. '.T   ��������� i       *>���������  every wish.    Every department is  now at its  best and  contains .man^r specials.  . A Letter from N. J. Bolton.  .o the Editor of thu Herald'      . ,    .-  KlkRKSDoRI-*, April 2, 1002  Sir : Well, we have been at it again.  I experienced the biggest battle, day  beforeyesterday that I  have  beer,  in  yet.   We   had. 03  casualities   in our"  REID & YOXJN0  Dry Goods.Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  . .The Beef Shortage. "7  Some years ago a clever -American  wrote a series of .articles tor show that  the people of the United States would,  in" a   very   short   time, consume the  entire   agricultural   products-of that  country, that  there  would   then   be  nothing for export,  that as-a conte-  queuce the price of Hour and of b������ef  would increase and that what is called  the   m-irgin   of   subsistence  would be  lowered.    In other words, he said that  many   people .who   lived   on   .wheat,  bread   and   beef   would use coin aod  some  kind   of  a cheaper meat, or do  wilh l?ss\   This  prediction  in  regard  to   grain   has   not   been realiZid. the  price of wheat has not Rone up: but so  far'as beef is concerned  the  prophecy  has come true and is likely to ieniair<  true because of  tbe great increase in  population,and, in the other direction,  llie   great   decrease" in   the    pasture  lauds of that country on which cattle-  have heretofore been fed.     While the  pjrod nction   of   wheat  and corn  may  therefore be increased in tha United  State's and the food for cattle increased  in that way, there is still little doubt  of the fact of lhe tendency of the price  of meat'lo go upland that in conta-  qtienc-e the poorer people will have to  do withl&s of it. One great difference  hetwean the people  of  America  and  Ettrope is thc difference in thair diet.  Far more meat per head is-consumed  in America by those who  -work   than  by those who work in Europe. Having  stated this fact, readers can draw their  own deductions*;  3-  i  J Piibllslie.it. Bv  fhe Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  :Mriiui*Iiik lUriH'tor.  A Soiul-Wui-'kly Journal-published in the  inu.re.sis ol the railway men. iuIuIiik men ttntl  l.n������liiL*Mimen ot tlie West. Days ol Publication  \vi*<lues.l*iy nnd Saturday.  AIlV'KiniSI.S'fl   I1A.TK.1.  Display ails., $1.00 por inoli; sIiikIh column,  ti per. Inch when.Inserted on tlili* phicc  Lvgnl nds.,.10 eQii(s jilt ineh (lioii-inriel) line  /or Ilrst insertion; 5 cents tor each additional  In i ition. Local notices 10 cents per line eneli  i.sue. lllrtli, .Murrinijo nnd Death .Notices  Ire.;.   .... ,-."-���������  SUBSCHU'TION' R.VTJS.  livmallor carrier, ti per annum.>1.2.'> Ior  *l.v inoiillis, strictly hi atlvanuo.  OUH ,1011 DKFAItTMKNT.  I line ol the best equipped prlntliii;ollices in  ami prepared to execute nil kinds ������if  In  llrstclnss style at honest prices  possession in thest* hinds, 1 have not  told you one half of om* troubles, but  will now beg ol" you lo have our rights  restored. , And I nl*.n beg oi'yoiilo  drive out the French I lint are in our  re.-ervi*. I also beg Io have tha deeds  of our lands given to us.  Iw Went ami iire)iii  luiiitlnK   fn   llrstcli            .  Om* price to all.   No Job too lnroe-noue   <���������������������������>  (���������uiull-Iorus.    Mailorders promptly utluiiiled  ���������  * - -,ler.  lu  Ulvo us a Iflnl on your next orili  10 COIllUMI'O.N'llK.'.'rS.  We invite corrcsimmleni'ii on any subject  .-.* interest lo the ueneral public. In all eases  iho bona (Ide inline of llie wriler must Hcconi-  imi'ir nianuscrlpt, but noi nccesaarlly Ior  iiiibllunllnii.  Address all coinmuiilcallons to the Manager  NOTICK TO COIUIKSI'OSDENTS.  1. -AU correspondence must lie legibly  w rllten on one side ol the paper only.  ���������J.���������Correspondence containing personal  tniitter must be signed witli the proper imtue  <a the wriler.  II  R. GROGAN. Editor.  Satuuday, May 10. 1002.  COULD NOT  SEE THE KING  The chief of  the   Iroquois of Lake  of Two Mountains Reserve, Jos.  Ken-  l'urtosse    Gabriel,    haa    crossed     the  Atlantic to interview King Edward cm  the subject of the   burcens   which   he  claims his race  is at present bearing  and which he  thinks  are  intolerable,  says tire Montreal   Star.     The .chief,  who was   accompanied   by   his   -wife,  failed tc secure an audience with  His  Majesty.    In an . interview,  the chief  Mtates that when he presented himself  at the Palace he was told by an ofiicer  to go to the American Embassy.   The  Express has  the  following   interview  with the chief:  -',' .     '" "  March 11,"  he  'J lusjving   was   away   on   his  .said;  I,..ll.l....      ..,,    F    .....nl..     I ..      *1,*..K_ 41. .1  reply was sent from the Colonial office  The King would not see me, but he  had caused my petition to be referred  to.the Canadian government.  "Then I called to see Mr. Chamberlain, but could not see * him. I told  it secretary of my story, but nothing  was done. "  When the King came back  I  went,  to his palace, hoping that 1 would 'be  nblc to place all   my   troubles   before  him. I wanted to give him|the petition  1 had brought.  '���������Tt would havo been so easj' if J  could have seen the King. But when  we came to the gates we were|stopped.  XVe told them who we were, and that  we wanted to see tire King.*- An officer  came. Ue said that our wish was  impossible. He told us to go to the  America ri Embassy.  "We vvenl there, but itwastheKing  we wanted to see. Now I shall go back  again and dovvhattheKingcommands.  I will present the petition to Lord  M_intb in Ottawa.*.'  . .  .. _   .   .   _.  Riches of the North.  The 'great region lying to the north  of. Ihi*'province of Manitoba Uf-ar t.he  conjunction of the Luiretitian oul-  ci'iip and the alluvial deposits ia a  barren waste hilherto little explored  by civilized man. Those who have  visited this region "report it ai one ii.  which nature's varying uioods unseen at their best. Hills, rocks, forests  nnd* morass .succeed each other in  wondrous profusion. Those explorers  who have visited the country state  that endless surprises are experienced  on nil hands. In some di_.liids huge-  deposits of the wiill known black  gold bearing sand and give promise ot  great wealth, and only iioed���������lhc shovel  and pan of ihe plat-ei'miner to determine their riches.  This same sand yields wonderful  garnets, some ot the specimens  brought down by travellers being  extremely valuable. Tho country  abounds in game aud the lakes are full  offish. The only tiling which retaids  development is the difficulty of trans -  pollution. In the region of Heed,  Standing Cormorant and File Luke.**,  these deposits are frequently mitt and  have long been known to the natives.  In 1880, a party under the guidance  of Prof. J. XV. Tyrnell, then connected  with, the Geographical Survey of  Canada, visited, the district and  reported on the prospects there, but  since that time nothing has linen done  towards its development.  At Cedar Lake, northwest of Lake  Winnipegosis, rich deposits of amber  have been found, -according to the  story of a gentleman just returned  from the district, they are equal in  quality to the hest German article,  though the pieces are not sufficiently  large for manufacturing purposes, and  could only be utilized for varnish, In  one bay on the lake shore there* i.s a  beach of a little over half a mile in  length, composed almost entirely of  amber and amber debris, which extends  from the timber licit, far out into the  water. Specimens of this have heen  v...n<iRhh south from time to time and  have been sent to various experts' in  no effort has been made commercially.  GET IN EARLY  FOR FIRST  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  CAMP OF FISH: RIVER  ELD  The Centre for all the Big Free Milling Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek, Etc.  Business Lots, $100.     Corner Lots,  EASY   TERMS   OF   PAYMENT.  A  Ten  Stamp Mill   and   Diamond  Drills,  Etc.,  are  now oa   tlie   way   to  Goldfields for the Northwestern    Development   Syndic* te.      This means  that    Gold fields    will-'be;'.the   Biff  Town in  that District.  WHAT HE VVA.S-T.-r OF TIIK KlNC.  This is the petition, signed hy tlie  grand chief and eijj;lit of the mo**t  prominent of his Iroq-iois :  '  Lake of Two Mountoins Reserve.  Province of Quebec,  Dominion of Canada,  March S, 1902.  Petition to His Majesty King Edward  VII., Our Dear and LoviiiR Friend.  OwiiiR to our rights bi*in(_; stolen  by  llie Seminary of St.  Sulpice we hive  not enough   land left  to  support our*  families.    We   are   poorer   now .than  when   you   Ilrst   took   us  under your  protection.     The    reserve   is   full   of  French,   and over-  thirty   years   thi*y  have  talcnn  and   put ns  iu  prinon  for  cutting our-firewood   and   timber   fi.r  buildings.    The-"Sth day of Februaiy,  '' 190*2, a policeman   came   to   arrest me  for   cut tint;   my   firewood to keep my  family   warm.    I   went   to Ottawa to  get protection from   the   government,  but   they   refused   to   protect  me, so  yesterday. March  7. _MK)2,_ policemen  came again to take ine,  but  I  refused  to go' with them.    We know lhat tha  seminal y has no right on our  reserve,  as.  you   will   see   by    the    following  tpiolaiion from che words of J. Stuart,  attorney    general    at    Quebec   city.  December 10,  182S:     "The pretended  deed of gift of April 20, 17IH, must' be  considered   as absolute nullity." (History   of   Lower   Canada;   by   Robert  Christie; Vol.0.)    "With   such   knowledge of the matter, I cannot conceive  that the seminary of St. Sulpice could  hold   our   estate   as   held  by them at  present   in   Canada   with   no right of  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  R. F. PERRYr  Resident Manager.  'U  .*.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B A., LL.1I.  Barrister.     Solicitor,   Notary   1-ublio,  Etc.  Firat Street, Kevelstoke.  Money to loan,    ���������Stilt's  ���������   Act Quickly.  Montreal,  May   (1.���������The  London correspondent cables:  "In, view of the ' Morgan trust and  the news anxiously- awaited on the  pi ogress of the Canadian fast mail  negotiations, Mr. Balfour's statement  in tlie. House of. Commons yesterday  shows that the Uritish Ministers are  keenly alive to fhe necessity of strong  Imperial action, to check-mate the  trust.  Belief is expressed in influential  circles, that Cauada never had a better  chance of securing the fullest co operation of the British Government in  the creation of a jointly subsidized  service, hut as a high authority tolcl me  today. Canada merely -wastes her  breath by suggesting anything short,  of the. best that New York can lioast  of. The same authority abo declared  thit there is no time to be lost, for, if  CanadaTdoes~!_otliTea.ri.uiIness with a  Canadian 'service, Anglo-American  capitalists may .be expected noon to  seize the chance with a subsidized  British Sew York service outside of  the trust."  JJARYEY, M'CAUTKtt A I'INKHAM  Barristers, Solieltors, "Etc.  Solicitors Ior Imperial Hank of Canada.  Company fundi loloan at8 percent.  Fikst Street. Revelstoke It. C.  Red Rose Decree meets second and fourtli  Tuesdavs of each' month: White Kose Decree  meets third Tuesday of eaeh quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome  O. E- GROGAN. HY."EDWARDS,  President. Hon. Secretary,  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  HcKUlnr meetings are held In tht  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. J .HNSON, W.M  W. G. BIRNEY, Rec.-Sec.  CHURCHES  METHODIST CHURCH, REVELSTOKE.  FreachinK services at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m  CIa-11 meeting at the close of the morning  service. Sabbath School and Bible Class at S:3U  Weekly J'ravcr Meeting every Wednesday  evening at 7:30. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Rev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  ST. peter s chckch, angucav.  Eight a.m., Holy Eucharist; 11 a.m., ma /.is,  Utany and sermon (Holy .Eucharist tlrst Sun-  dav in lhe month); 2::!o  Sunday   school, or  children's nervicc; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  ������������������ermon.   Holy Days���������The Holy   Eucharist is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or S a.m , as announced.  Holy Baptism alter Sunday School at3:15.  c. a. raocuxiEK. Rector.  Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTBOUND   WESTBOUND*.  SOUTHBOUND....  8:20  17:30  8:10  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Wednesdays k Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To "Montreal and Boston  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  'oints  TO-  TO-  -CHINA,  -AUSTRALIA  JAPAN,  ALASKA  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  For full information, printed  matter, etc., call on or address,  FKKE H08 MEETS ALL TRAINS.  IKST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  ; HEATED,BY HOT AIR.  REASONABLE HATES.  Brown th. Quorlrt, Props.   .-.^ ;., - '. rys  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  TIOURLY STREET CAR  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  BAR WELL.SUPPLIED HY, THE CHOICEST  WINK8,  LIQUORS AND CIGARS    .......  T. W.* Bradshaw,  Agent  itevclstoke.  - ,E, J. Coyle.  .   '    Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  V anconver.  ***'M*-1*+*****1*******4.MhJ,w,4.4  t    m      11      *      .  IN.  PBESSYTKHUS CHURCH.  -Serviceevsry_Sunday_at_U_a.m. and_7.:3n_p,m  liliNIS  iPRDMPTLy: SECURED  to which all art; weleome.  Sp, m. every Wednesday  I'rnyer meeting at  Rkv.'\V. c. Calder. Pastor.  KO.VAN CtTJIOMC CHURCH.  Mrm   at 10:W a. ni ,  on   flrat,  second and  fourth Sundays in lhe month.  KEV.   FATHER   THAYER.  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting -every night in their  Hal) on  Front  ��������� Write .for. our-interesting books ".Invent-**?  >or*������ Help" an*l '* Mow you are swindled."  )Send us a rough sketch or model of your ln-  >ventionorimprovenicnt and wewilUellyou?  /free our opinion as to -whether it i������ probably)  ll-atentable.* Refected applications have often)  )been successfully prosecuted by us. We)  Jcotidurt   fully equipped oftices in  Montreal)  !and Washington; thts*t|ualifies tm to prompt-)  ly dispatch worle and quickly secure Patents)  as hro*d as the invention. Highest references)  furnished. . - '-7"-,- 'iy i\y:;.';-'    ��������� .:,'���������: ..  )  Pateht������'procured through Marion &"Ma-)  rion receive special notice without charge in )  over too newspapers distributed throughout}  the Dominion. - J  Specialty :������������������ Patent business of  Manufao^  turers antl Hnjcinrers.  MARIQN &.MARION  ,    Patent Experts and Solieltors.   .  5nu,,...   1   New York Llf������ B'ld'jr, riontreal t  SO*"^-"-   \   Atlantic BMg.WMhfnBton D;C^  4*1' 'F**' 'I' "I" '1"I' I" "I"'!' V 'V '������* "T "T "T 'I' 'T V ���������I" 'I' 'I' *' *' *"  PELLEW-HARVEY, %  BRYANT & GiLMAN |  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, B.C.   . Established 1890  A88AY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  i UNDERTAKEN.  Tesli mad? tip to 2,0001b*!.  A ("pcclalty made of checking Smelter  Pulps.  Samplcsfrom the Interior by mail or  express promptly attondeil to.  Correspondence solid led.<  VANCOUVER, B.C.  *'l*l*l**ll*****V**********  H  EDWARD  TAXIDKKM 1ST.  r>KER HKAD3. BIKO.o. Ete. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and He/alred.  JUST EAST OF  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Third Street.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.     .  Royal School of Mines, Ixtndon.    Seven  yeari-  at  Morfa   Works.  Swannea.     17   years  Chiel  Chemist' to Wlgan Coal and  Iron Co.,   Kng.  I.a.<* Chemist and As������ayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  . Fergnson. B.C.  TIME TABLE  >_���������  ���������j-  +���������  +���������  *���������  ������t-  *  ���������*���������  j*j,  *���������  *���������  *���������  *  *  +  *���������  *���������  *  *  *  X  +  %  +  Baker and  Confectioner  p. burns & mt.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers:  prime beef.   pork.; muiton. ^sausage,  fish and; game in 'season.;'/ .."  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  ���������LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  A.  ��������� 2  J Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  j       "        ancl Railway Street. *  * *  *l***l*******l************  XVe have purchasers for all-kinds ot metalliferous mines ,and pros-  For sal? 'e        -eat'      m ProsP?c,toI's an(l. others' having property  Our facilities for making quick sa.es are unrivalled. ' '���������  bend us reports; also samples'of ore for'exhibition'af our Ofllco    _  THE MINES EXCHANGE- LIMITED.' j  ____^  ' ���������**.   : / . ��������� - ��������� Nalaon, ���������. e;  p, a. Box to  II. G. PARSON', President.  '' M.'J: O'BRIEN,' Managing Direetor  The Revelstofcei^ine andSpirit Cof  " "   Limited LlabiHt^     "' ' L :_ I  -     '        ���������        '' ���������      \     ���������   '  '             ,:      '},,..   ,  .   ,il_.--*,\...   .. ;  , Carry a lull and complete line of   ,;     i . 5  \r - -     ' - ',.'1*1.j  Scotch, and Rye Whiskies,1 Boandies, Rums,. .. 7. .;  Holland, Old Tom,: London -Dry and[Plymouth Gins,  Ports, isherles, Clarets, Champagne,: Liquors  Imported and-Doniestio Cigars;   " "   "���������Ai**   *������-**, -S.1.^  &&s������e*<sxs>������3^^  ALEX. McLEAN & CO  ���������AbciUs for the  Mason &Risch Piano  orricr. *r  J. McLeod's Re8idsnoe  SKCON'D  STREET,   KAST.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Itunninc between A rrowlien'l. Thorn-ion's  Landlne nnd ComAplIx. commoiiclnf? Oetober  nth, 1901, will .tall an lollows, weather permitting:  Lcftvinu Arrowhead for Thomson's Lamllng  and Comaplix  twice dally���������101c. and I5k.  Leaving Comaplix and Ihomion'R Landini;  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:151c and 12:46k  Making close connections with all c. V. It.  Steamers and Train*).)  Tbeowners reserve the right to change times  of iialllnca without notice..  The Fred Robinson Lumbar^Co., limited  Oriental Hotel  .Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WIHES.TlQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  - Rates $i a day.  i     Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   ProD.  Laces and Braids 1  ���������A large range of Point f.acc,  IJnchess and Battenhurir  Kralds, Stamped Denlgiis,  Hlamped Llneun, Embroidery  Needles, Hooks, Ac.  Berlin and Zephyr Wools, all ..  shades, Slipper Soles, Valen-  elences Lace, Insertion.   . ,  Call at the ���������.  THE GITCEXtfRESSi  -, E.W. B. Paget, Prop.    tJ  MADISON -PARLORS.'  Misses Sheppai-d & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      a'c'13  !  ^������������������������������������������������������������������S*S������������������������������������t3������������(^  I UVf, AHD LET LIVE!!  Please don't try and-i-un us ;  out of town hy sending your ���������  ortlers east. We must have ���������  youi- work iii order* to live.  "We depend on you for our '  work ! Eastern houses do * .  not! . Do notTalkmriyouraelf 7'  to be roped in by their ped- .  dlers. We' also guarantee ���������  to give you ��������� better aatisfac-. .  tion for your money. *  ia. s. -wir.so2sr,'  Next theMcCarty Block.  ," Prompt delivery of'parcel!, baggaje, ate.  lb any part of thc city :  Any Kind of Trantferrlng  i Undertaken  All' orders left at K. Hrsmythe's Tobacco  ^������'tW_byTeIephoneNo.7.irill%?iiVp"mpt  JaSi. Ij Woodfdw  Retail Dealer in���������   N ^      'i  [" *. ���������, .-.Bioref-'.porkp  i_;:;^ Mutton; Kiqh  ?^^d*GajM'iiivSgB������M._J< *;  All orders promptly flllai, -7  ������  * a^p.j.sjjftr.ft'frp*-''-***^  The Smelting Centre of the Similkamecn Valley.;'    Backed by the payrolls of two  .^'gigantic coal, companies and-the-Copper and Kennedy .-Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by thc following resources: Coal, gcid, .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 and backed by tho payroll of tlio Similkameen "V.illey Co.il Company, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. Tlio\*<|iiipuienfc and development ol' Uil-ir cnnl mines, ius.nlling  of water, electric light and power plants avo already .iminged inr. The de*Julopment- nt the Ashnnlu Coal  Company's mine hy lhu Eastern (Janitulistb who have established their payroll at ASHNOLA, makes it tlie  coming city of the interior of (British Columbia.  * - ". ���������  City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  ' !  ;   Lots in Ashnola are safe investments,    In Blocks 1 to 4 and 18 to 20 the price  will  be advanced 25c. -  per month until May 1st, 1002, and to ten per cent, in thu remaining blocks. ."The present price is from $50 to  1*1225     Twenty-live percent, cash, three, six anil-nine months without, interest.  ^Arrangements are already completed for Eight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  thecompany at Ashnola.   This.work will he under full headway; by ilny 1st.  iFour yours ago the Crovy's Nest Shares could bu bought and were sold at 11 cents. Today Lhey are  quote 1 at'SS60.00.��������� "With tho advent of transportation, Siinilkauiccu Valley Coal can bu delivered at any  P'iint;in Weit Kootenay or.Valo as cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.  '    '  NELSON, B. C.    ;..  Wft-*-_ftM������.-M������J.������.������JMli������^^ *  '���������". -i ������r'->  THE TOWNSITE OF  ..-;*������- ,*r. -,  ���������J-,-.ir*. .j.-c:.^*  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  rP"*ii .WWMij^jv.^g*^������S7ii .-������������������!/-:-* ���������+���������"+? -*tti:l'���������r't^'}',  on sale  iV. ������������������   lui   r-'  .'    'BUY BEI*0RE-;yOU SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY te-the-Termirius^.of.. the   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  .y    via-the (Lardeau/Greek with fork to that point.      "*"*��������� *-   --  CIRCLE CITY" is,beautifully, situatediat the base of  the Lardeau* Pass, Galena*  "'and Surprise'Creeks.'  '  CiRCLE CITY is -absolutely"surrounded    by    Mining- Properties   now   under  ������-D>ev.dopment..f1i. -,!<.'." ���������        ���������'���������",'��������� ���������  ' "   ���������     -> ���������  *     .���������...-  >*C'.*-w.Vr *.*-������*. *        '.-;       -V-.1 , ...  *���������*-*. T'j.i-. i '*"*- \i.  '<>", ���������\,-L-^fi3.l  ���������fX-^'oriSi-  V- :**ft*AE*K!*!l  -f.lLf-.^rXiiii.  Splendid   Water  Which will' be' utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  ������������������n ?i  .fti  s'*'jSiSE"Nb-fFbR PARTICULARS AT ONCE"  . , ..TO THE GENERAL AGENT, ;"   Gfr B. %ATHO,J' - '    -*   Ferguson,,B.C  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days iifier date I intend to apply'to  lhu Honorable the ChiefCoiiiinissioner ol*  Lands and 'Works for' pennii.uon to ciii  and carry away timber I'roni llu* following  described lands :  Commencing--rtf a- post planted on the  south side of the Columbia River, about  one mile below the mouth of' Canoe River,  and marked" Maudu'Skene's North-East  Corner Post;" thence south So chains;  Ihence west 8o chains; thence north So  chains; thence east to lhe point of commencement.  MAU OH SKENE.  Daled tlii*. stjili day ol April, !���������.(>:���������.  Notice.  NOTICE I.S HEREP.Y GIVEN thai  lliiily days aftor date 1 inlend to apply Io  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission lo cul  'and'carry away timber IVom the following  described lands :  Commencing' al a posi planted on the  south bank of llie Columbia River, about  one mile below lhe monlh of Canoe River,  and marked "Homy Loxewell's Norlli-  Wesl Corner Posi;" llience .soulh So  chains; tlicnce east So chains; thence  noith So chains; thence west So chains lo  the point of commencement.  HENRY  I.OVEWEI.L.  Dated lhis J91I1 day of April, kjoj.  Notice.  Notice.  NOTICE IS 1IEREUV GIVEN that  tinny days after date. 1 inlend to make  application lo, the Honorable tlio Chief  Commissioner'of Lands and Works Cora  special license lo cul aud carry away  timber from llie following* described  lands :  ( oiiiiiieiicing at a posi marked " G. li.  N.'igle'.s Soulb-East Corner I'osl, planted  on the north bank of.the Columbia River,  one mile west of the mouth of Canoe River;  llieiK'o north So chain*,; thenee west So  chains; llience south So chains; ihcnce  east So chains to*llio point of commencement.  G.  B.  NAGLE.  Dated this 29th day ol" April,  1902.   _"  Notice..  NOTICE.IS-HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days afterdate I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands.and Works for-a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the following- described lands :     - -" :'    '.   .  '  Commencing al a post planted on the  north bank of the Columbia River just  above the mouth of Canoe River, and  marked "Fred Robinson's Soulh-Easl  Coiner Post;" thence north 80 chains;  thence west-80 chains; theuce soutli 80  chains; thence east So chains to the point  of commencement. .  .    .   ���������      .....FRED. ROBINSON.  -  Dated lhis 29111'dayof April, 1902. '  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after-date I-intend* to-apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for a special, license .to  cut and carry awav timber 'from the following described lands : * ",->"���������  Commencing at a post planted on' the  oast side, of the Columbia River.-'ab'out two  miles above the mouth of Wood 'River, and  iuarI?ecf**'A-"-'I*'i-ed. Robinson's -South-West  Corner Post"; thence east. 160' chains;  thence north 40 chains; jtlience" west 160  chains; tlicnce south 40 chainsto the point  of commencement. -       ->. . ' .   v -'* ';-.  FRED-ROBINSON.  Dated this 29th day of April, 1902. .  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date Iiritendto apply  l.o tho Honorable tho Chief, Commissioner of Lands and Works for'aspecial  license, to cut, and carry-away timber  from the following described -lands;; i  Commencing at a post planted Son  the cast hank of tlie Columbia Riyer  about two miles above tho 'mouth; of  Wood Kiver, and marked "Olivia  Robinson's North-West, Corner Po?t;"  thence south *I0 chains; tliencc.east''100  chains; thence nortli 10 chains; thence  west 100 chains lo thu point' of  conmienceinent.  OLIVIA ROBINSON,  Dated this 201 h day of April, 1D02.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirtv days afterdate I intend lo apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and Works for a .special license 10  cut and carry away timber from the following described lands:  Commencing- at a post planted on tin;  west bank of the Columbia River, just  below lhe mouth of a large crook aloul  one half mile above PulersonV Ranche,  and marked " Ilonry Lovewell's Soulli-  East Corner Post; thenco west 80 chains;  tlienee north So chains; thence oast 80  chains, more or less, lo the bank of the  Columbia River; llience following the  bank ofthe Columbia River lo the point or  cominoiu'onionl.  HENRY I.OVEWEI.L.  Daled this 5th day of May, 1902.  TIRED BEAR  STEALS A RIDE  Notice.  NOTICE IS IIEH13HY GIVEN tlmt  thirty days after datel intend to apply  to tlio Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works foraspeeial  license lo cut and carry away timber  frum the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted on  the west hunk of the Columbia River,  about one quarter of a mile below the  mouth of Seven Mile Crock, about six  miles above Heath Rapids and marked  "Maude Skene's South-East Corner  Post;" tlicnce west 80 chains; thenee  north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains,  more or less to the west bank "of tlie  Columbia Kiver; thence following, the  bank of thc Columbia River to the  point of commencement. .  MAUDE SKENE.  Dated this Sth day of May, 1002.  Sealed Tenders: :  SEALED TENDERS addreascd-to the under-  sinned *.*.ill be received until thc loth <luy  of May, lDO'i. nt 12 o'clock, noon, for tlio erection and rom -.letion ol nn Oddfellows' Hall at  Trout Lake, B. C.  l'lans und specifications cnn lie seen nt the  Windsor Hotel, Trout Lake, fr in the 1st to mc  loth day of May.  'llie lowest or nny tender not. necessarily  accepted.  J. H. CURRIE, Secretary.  Trout Lnke, B. C., April 18th, 1902.  NOTICE.  ��������� Engineers. Firemen, Machinists and  Electricians send for 10 page pnmphh't  containing questions asked by * Ex  amming Board of Engineers to obtain  Engineeis license. Address Geo. A.  Zeller. Publisher. 18 S. 4th St... St.  Louis, Mo.. U.S.A.  ITOTIOIE  . NOTICE 18-rHEREBV GIVEN- that 30 da\s  . nfter date, 1 Intend to make application to tlio  -Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands  7and Worts lor a special licenee to fell and  'carry away timber from the* following described lands :-  *"*' No.1.      --.   1   ,    '-.  Commencing at a post-planted - about SO  'chains north oi St. Leon Hot Springs on the  -Arrow Lakes nnd marked J. T. BOiith west corner, tbence cast 160 chains ; tlienee north 40  chains; thenco weft 160 chains ; tbence soutli  -40 chains to place of commencement.,)*,, j.,^.  *������������������    Il     ���������' ;    ^sJ'V'.k J "-���������"'' i'T'T-'"'!  4 Commencing at a post'planteil about "i-mlles"  j-Bouth from'the mouth of-Dcep creek at Galena*  iBay, Arrow-Late^, marked J. T. and bell**,  iabout 6 chains east of T.H.iVs sou tli*wcsi cor-  "ner post: theHce woslRO ehalns ; theme south  S.80 chains; thenee enst Sorhnins ; tlicnce north  180 chains to place oN-ommencement.,,"��������� *y~L;  '-%-Xelsonf BrC-7 Match'SrdrlM2: ^-������.^~Li." ^S'  JA5IES A. TAYLOR,  Arrowhead.  Certificate of Impveroments.  -_- v.- .--- ^qtiob' ���������"*"  -3STOTIOE  TAKE NOTICE that fiO dais after date 1  intend to upnly to the Chief '*6_nini*>sioiicr of  Lands nnd Works for permission to purchase xx.  piece of land described ns follows :  Commencing at a post marked T. ,1 <- old-  -jiitlrs No. 1 post, tlicnce south 10 chains ;  tbence enst 10 cliRin..; tlienee north 40 chains;  thence west40 cbuius, to point ol commencement���������1(50 acres more or less. 'Ihls land wai  staked by J. 13. 'McKenzie last June,     lias a  Suri-liiise iNo. r post about 100 feet from Gold-  nch trull ancl about200 feet up hill, tlieeast  lino following 1 ish Kiver.   .-  -TLocatcd February 20T \V)1.' "-* ���������  ,j, -ji-      .t' -.". ' K..I. GOLDSMITH, a  ��������� 1.    ,-.11   r..-tl  ,-��������� Ooldlields. K.-C.  ,. notice;  Butte.   Silver .Bow  and    Black,, Diamond  Mineral Claims, s tnate in thc Lardeau Mining  Division of West ..ootenay District.    ���������    -*- *  r Where Located:   Near the Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.,  *. - TAn,K, NOTICE-that I, A'. 1>. Cummins, ns  "AKent for the Double EagleJMIning aud'Dc-  ' Telopment Company,-1 imi ted. of Ferguson,  B C, < Irreo. Miner's^Certiflcate  No.   31.861,  -_ intend, sixty day* from the date hereof,   to  apply to thc Mining Pecordcr for n Certificate  .01 Improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining  ������ Crown Grant of.the above claim.  A*nd 1 nrthcr Take N otice that action/ linile  <   Section .37,* must*'be   commenced'-before the  lssbance ol such Certificate of Improvements  -' Dated this twenty-third day of January, A.D.  . 180*2. .   . s  A.P.CUMMINSlP.L.S.  Feb.  -tf  .__ perm  carry away timber from the following dee  cribed,lands:, _ , _ ... . ' 1 ,  -'-Commencing-^at-a** post^marked-'f'OBer F  Porrx'ssoutheast corner postsituate nboutllOO  feet from Scott Crock, thence west 10 chains;  thence north 1G0 chains; tbence cast 10 chains;  tlicnce south.ICO chains, to.tho_placo.ol commencement; containing G40 acres.   ROGER F. PERKY.  Goldfields. B. C, Oct 17*.b,100I.      Nov. G-tf.  Certificate of Improvements.  '���������IsTOTIOB'  Mormnji Ptnr, W alms, Sen Lion and Bonanza  Mineral claims, situate in the Lardeau Mining  Di-iision of West Kootcnaj District Where  located : - On Menhenicl. Creek, near Fish  ltlier.  TAKE NOTICE that I,F. C Green, acting ns  agent for Angus -McKay, F. AI. C. B R2005, and  .r. 11 MclCcnne, Free M'ner's Certilicate No.  H:1202J, intend, siti) dajs from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Keeorder for. crtilicntcs  of lmpro\cmeiits. for the purpose of obtaining  Crow n.G rants of the above claims.  'And further take, nolicc thnt nction, under  section 37, must be coininenced beforo ti e  issuance of such Cerliiicatesof Improvements.  Dated this fir*-t dn> of.lfnrch, 1902, A.D.  ' '      ''F.C. GKEEN.   i_ - -    --    ���������-Z-��������� -   pcrr.S.C-  ____   .  . - Nelson, B C.  itotigb:*'  TAKE NOTICE that GO davs after dale 1  intend to applv to thc Chief commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission *to purchase  the following described li;uds: ������fi  ..Commencing at a post marked ������'R Mr Adams'  ~o. 1 Post," situate close tn thcol.' line of  Hill ,t Urantford's pre-emption, I'i*-h Creek,  thunccnorth 10 chains, thencu westii <*liains,  thencesouth 40chains, thenee east '20 chains  to point of L'onimeiioomcnt.  Got  Goldfields, Juu. 18th, 1902.-  ; HE. Mc.ViAM.  ..NotiMto DelinqinntlCo-Ownerf  1    To John T   Moore or to anyone to whom he  ��������� may have transferred-hia interests in the  ��������� "     Gilman Fractional, mineral claim, bituate-  'intheLardaauMiningDivision. .'      ' >   i  - You are Hereby noliQed that I expended the  Bum or one-hundred and-seven-dollars and  fifty cents (M07-S0) in labor and money on the  befoVeinentioned mineral'claims In order, to  1 ' hold saldmineral claim undcrSecti,on 24 of thc  " Mineral Act; and il within ninfcty'days (90)  -    from the date of thI*i,notlce, you fail to con-  /. tribute your proportion oi such*.expenditure,  . "together; with alLcosts of advertising, y *ur  interest in said mineral claim will become the  property of the undersigned, under Section 4  . of an Act entitled '��������� .An Act  to   amend, thc  '   Mineral Act, 1900."  - Sated at comaDli-v'lJ.'c.,''this *15th*dsy of  April, A. D��������� 1902." **. ,  -JOSEPH BEST, '  /-'���������-���������- * ' Co'-OWnor.  TM Cieve^ltd'tuM' BrttishlCoiumWaf  "������������������-'Mli.lh.rCoriipany.'-Llmlttd.'' -' ���������'���������  NOTICE Is hereby given that the head offices  'of *.TK������ vOlevibland and 'Brltlah 'Columbia Mining Company, Limited, have  bcenmoteaIrOmJKoSBlaud to Revolstoko, B.C.  ���������    - ��������� April 18-lm  FARWELL  ESTATE-  The .choice land^'nortli'Vf V?*'*1 '  between"T'a'ppingvi and Long's', will  -"    .be sul>dt1Tlde<l for,sale aa soon as  ���������   , - -poitible."?/<' --''' A    ,.  , -.     -.      .-  "aTMflBi������ROATr VlOTORrA,  B. c.  p. O.BoZ, -W5.  -'"��������� * ITCDTIOE  NOTICE���������Thatsi\ty dajs after date I Intend  to apply'to the Chief" Commissioner of  Lauds and Works for permission to purchase  320 acres of laud silua'.ooirthe.Northeast Arm  of Arrow- Lake, in'the Districtof, V ��������� Kootenay B C��������� and described as follows/  Conimbuclng from S.W. corner.. - < tlHI,  theuce Nortli astronomical '20 cbaii, tbeine  West80'chains; thence,Soulh 110   oh   ms np-  Eroximately; - thence ' layi*   chains    -sorth-  ;asterly to point of commencement. ,  FRED. ROBINSON"!  icbis���������tf>, r ,_ ,   ,   c. p.. skews, aec t.*    ,' /      ''l.-rrt        6 ���������  Certificate of Improvements.  iN*OTIGE ,.  Centre Star nnd "Evening Stnr Minernl  Claims,situate 111 thc Lardeau Mining Division  of West Kootenny District. Wliere locnted :  On .Menhenick creek, near Fish River. |  ,-TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C Green, acting ns  agent for J. B. McKenzie, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 32025, "intend. s,\tv days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Uecorder  orCertiticalc-ot Improvement", Ior the purpose of obtaining Ciown Grants of the abo\e  claims. '    -  And niriher take notice that action, undor  section 87, must be   coi-.menced   belorc   the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements,  liated this tiistday of March. 1B02, A. 1).  F. C. C.ItE'.N,  per T. a C . *  Nelson. B.C.  NOTICE'..IS HERERY GIVEN that  thiity'd.-iy.s afterdate I intend-to apply to  the Honorable llie' Chief.*Commissioner* of  Lands and Works for a special license lo  cut'and carry away timber from the following described lands : ....  Commencing*- al a post planted on the  east side of the Can'oc River'and alongside  of the Canoe.Kiver trail, about one mile  above (he.mouth of Harvey, Creek, "and  marked. " C. ' lt. Skene's' South-West  Corner Post;" thenco north So. chains;  thence 'west_-,8o chains;,thence: south 80  chains;.thence casi*85 chains tb'the point  of commencement.  * C.' R. SKENE.  Dated this'ist day of May, 1902.  MRS. LAUDER  FRESH FRUIT IN SEASON  ICE CREAM.  ICE CREAM SODAS  *       Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY-GIVEN that,  thirtv- days after date I intend to apply to  thc-Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for _i special license to  cut and carry away'timber-from the fol-  lowing-describcd-lands.:  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  ���������! Fish sloiios, appnicnily, have lind  tliuii' dny in 1 he north, and niu now to  give jiIik.'**; to bear stork's.- The latest  of lla*si*; just imported ri-oi'n Skagway,  is thut. mi Alaskaii hear took posses-  sion ola White J'.i.ss k Yukon huntl-  car, s.t4>.iliii|_- :i ride over lhe Jlennet  section of the line.  Ariivals fiom lli'iinett, so goes the  I.lie, report lhat on the moi-niDg {of  April 17th, us the section men 011 their  way to work were pumping: the hmid.  car round u curve, a huge drizzly bear  wus seen on the truck about fifty yards  ahead. The foriii.in and his gang,  fen ring that Ihere might be dnnger,  prcpitred In defend themselves it necessary. The bear stood stolidly on ths  track as the car 'appioached. When  within ten yards of the nnimal all  hands jumped oir und allowed lhe car  lo go on einply, thinking it would  scare the ferocious brutu* To the surprise of lhe men the bear jumped on  Ihecarand hidde/ktnee to the section  gang until the car IimI curried him  three hundred yutds fmther down  thu track, when he jumped, off and  made his way leisurely inlo the woods.  About this tinm John Wilson, who  was hunting big game, came uloug  with a rifle and Iwo cartridges and followed the bear on enow-shoes. Coming  within range or the animal he Bhot  him twice. Neither bullet touched 11  vital ..pot and the section men, who  were watching Wilson from vantage  ground," were horrified to see the hear  making n charge upon him. ' Luckily  foi" Wilson lhe animal was unable to  make rapid headway through thu  deep, soft snow, and Wilson 'had  little didlculty in effecting his escape.  Al last accounts the bear was still at  1 irge.  fcgr- UNION ^#  Cigar   Factory: '  REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  Dramatic.  .Mr. Re'nnett Burleigh, the famous  war correspondent, is authority "for  the following strange'story :  One day List autumn Iwo officers,  newly arrived from different parts  npjeountry met at Cape Town. Rather  lonely and n good, deal bored, they  scraped acquaintance and found one  another agreeable. When'tlie dinner  hour came they agreed to dine together. The'keen edge of appetite  having been taken off by a good  dinner, lhe senior ofiicer became a  trifle more expansive.  "Do yo know." said he, "J. rather  like you? .And .there's something  about you that seems familiar, as if we  had met before,    lam   Major  S ,  ofthe "  ' "Hnllitl'  Are you?" snidthe other.  "I'm  T,ieut. S .justjoined���������your  youngest brother I" ��������� ���������  There was an unrehearsed scene as  the two khaki clad warriors sprang to  their feet and pounded each other on  the back���������which is the Briton's way of '  falling on,,the neck.-anti weeping.  They had not met for years and the  baby bi other had. meantime- sprouted  into a. tall youth with an incipient  moustache.  Certificate of Improvements.  2STOTIOE  "    -    'TJOTICE.  1   .',      ; .. .  TAKE NOTICE that sixtv days after,date 1  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and works for permission to pur  chase a parcel of land des-enbed as follous:  Commeheinj, at a'post marked Alice Perrj'a  No. 1 Post;'tlieiu*e west 'Hi chains; thencu  North-10chains; thence East 20chains;'thence  South 40 chains to point of commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of K.  F. Perry's "iire-ompnon Iollon ini? JIcKen^ie's  North-west rLine. containing about SO acres,  more or less, "j \; ��������� ���������' *} ���������  . ���������   , , ALICE TKUUY.  Goldiields, Nov. 27,1901. Dec-l-lm  -  jstotioe ��������� ���������'   -  /**������������������     ~   NOTICE Is hereby gi\cn that so davs a.ter  date I intend to applv- to the Clilcf Commissioner of Lands und \Vorks for periHi^sion  to cutand carry away timber from tbe following described lands.���������Commencing at a jxw  at the south-east corner of Roger F.  I'crrv'.s  ��������� ,_ .    .    .._     ..       _     ���������  _  o[-  thence catt 40 chains to Fish Creek; thence  following the meandering* of F!*>h Oreet IM  chains to pointof coinmcncemcnt; containing  C40 acre������, more or less.    -      "   -' -  F.J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomion't Landing, October ldth, 1SQ1.  Hod lox and nidj*e Mineral Claims, situate  iu the Lardeau Minnie Division of West Koote-  nav-DI-triet. Wliere located : On Menlienlck  Creek  near l'isli Kner. '  ��������� TAKE NOTICK lhat I. F.C Green, actincas  agent Tor Annus McKay, Free-.Miner's Certilicate "So H 32003. Intend, s]\ty da>s Irom tlie  date hereof, 10 applv to tlie .Mining recorder  for Certilit-ates of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining Crov. 11 Grants of.the ubo\e  claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 'Si, must be coininenced before the  issuance of tueli Cerliiicatesof Improvements,  Dated this Urn day of March, 1902, A. D.  F. C. GREEN,  per F. S C ,  Nelson, B. C.  Commencing at a* post'-planted on the  east bank of thc Canoe River, aboul four  miles up .from' its mouth,* and marked  "Olivia Robinson's North-Eat-t Corner  l'ost"; thence west So chains; thence  south So chains; thence ca.sl 80 chains  thence north'80 chains to thes.:oii:i o.  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON*.  Dated this ist day of May, 1902.  NOTICE.  1 the undersigned intend sixty .days  after date to apply to the Chief Coin*  misHioncr of Lands and Work**, for  permission to cut and carry away  timber from the following described  lands: Commencing -at, a. post  (ilantcd on the. west side, of the  Columbia River one. niilo below  Boyds Ranch, hegining at said post  running in in westerly direction 10  clmins thence north 100 chains thence  east 40 chains to Columbia River thenee  along Columbia River 1(10 chains to  place of commencement.  '  Dated this 3rd day of May, lfM)2.  ;..A. Edgar.'  ^Notice. '  H. A.'BROWN,   Prop.  Brands:   ,  OUR   SPECIAL   and THE, UNION  -=ALL-GOODS-UNIOiN-MADE  ���������ii  WING CHUNG  A   Fine Stock of .Chinese t and Japanese'  _   . . ���������_ Goods  .lust Arrived ,    .,    ?������������������  H.AMJJOO  C'HAIItS,  '" *' ' '   -Ji* .". FANCY TA.DLES,  *���������     "*;-   '������������������ns.Y TRAYH,"        -' :  CIIINA-WAltK,  ���������V'\'."C    KA.NCY OOODS,  ' '  NAPKINS,  handkkhchikfs,   ' F.VNfi,    *"        _  \   IN GREAT VARIETY'?  JN THE NEW STORE OPPOSITE  " ' THE JOSS.HOUSE:      '  Certificaie of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIM8.  SITUATE IN THE REVhLSTO E MINING  Division ot West Kootenay District.  Where Located: On Keystone Mountain,  TSitr Bend, noar Downie Creek.  TAKK NOTICE Hint I, Geo. S. MeCarter  artlne as agent for J D. Graham. Free Miner's  CVrtlncate So. D.-S724 and for W. H.Vickers,  _������.ree Miner's Certificate Ko. 60821. intend CO  ilaislrom the date hereof to applv to the  MtaliiR Recorder for Certificates ol'Improie-  itirtit** for thc purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of thc above claims.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN-: thtit  thirty days after date 1 intcnd.to apply  to the Honorable .the Chief ..Commissioner of L'uids'and Works^for ii special  license to cut and carrv away -timber  from the following described lands:  Commencing 1 at a'post planted on  the east bank of the.,Canoe," Rivet,  about four miles up from", its' mouth'  and marked "C. Tt. Skene's North-  West Corner Post;*' thence oast 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains  to the point of commencement.  C. R. SKENE,. ���������  Dated this 1st day of May, 1002.  WrighfrPbrritt  Is; to ,be found at his Pho-  -.'tographitr;Studio   in   the  -Tapping Block -"daily dnr-  irg oflice hours.  Wright Porritt  Revelstoke, B. C.  Sealed Tenders.  Scaled   Tenders  addressed    to   the  undersigned .will   he   received   up   to  noon on Monday, the 12th of'May, 1902,  for the erection of a dwelling.     Plans  *SD FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action   and specifications can be  seen  at   the  under Section 87, must be commenced before  thc Issuance of such Certificate of Impro\e  menta.  .>Dftted thia Wthdayof February.A 0.1902.  Fell I-2-U Cfeo. B. M������C������vrt������r.  office of the undersigned.. >The lowest  or any tender not .necessaryily  accepted.  P. B. Lewi*.  E. MOSCROP. ..  Sanitary Plumbing-,* Hot- Water  And Steam Heating, Gas  i-" .*. ���������; Fittin    ���������   ',������  .     Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  , Treadwell Once Sold for $4.  The 11th annual report of the Alaska  Treadwell Gold. Mining. Company,  once more emphasizes the great value  of-a-lowgrade-free-milling���������gold���������pro ������������������  perty, whon * the plant - upon ��������� it is  sufficiently large to handle the ore" in  large "quantities. 'The property of this  company is on Douglas Island,.Alaska,  and;its report" of operations for the  year ending May -15. 1901, *'-has*~ just  been made public. During the year  there were 457,802 tons of ore crushed,  an average of 1,234 tons every 2-t hours. '  The average yield of the ore was 81.88  per*ton, making the total product  $800,737. Thu total working expenses,  including oflice exjienses, amounted to  $515,008. leaving -a net* profit of  $:*52.55l). The cost including every  expense of mining, milling, office, etc.,  amounted to ahoul $1.10 |K*r ton.  There   have   been   extracted , since  operations began, 3,802,133 tons of ore,  yielding    an.    aggregate     value     of  $18,581,027. an average of 82.79 per Um.  The total expenses were'S 1,979,001, an  average of $1.31 per ton,  leaving the  total profits $5,000,000.  t The writer has  visited  this famous  property many times. ,  It is a ledge  more than 500 feet wide, where -work  was flrst commenced,   and   continues  parallel with the   beach   for  about a  mile and disappears under Gastin*a.ux  Channel, being   only   about ten   feet  wide at   this   point  on   the   surface.'  Half way to the Paris, the first claim  worked,  it   is , aliout  100   feet  wide.  French Pete sold this property in 1884  for $4.   John Treadwell.  who bought  it of him for that figure,' sold out his  ���������'nterest in the property iu 1888 at* the  rate of about' $2,000,000.     Treadwell  tlien owning- alxjut .one-fifth   of  the  stock.   It is now-owned by.D.O. Mills,  of New York-and the Rothschilds,   of  London.   Nearly 1,000 stainpa are now  1n*talletl on the property.  ���������it"-  -I-  \p.  - i  i,  -li  -11  u  ���������f'  8  ' WALL PAPERS  Wc   have   them in all  ,    the new designs for the  year.    See our samples  if   you    arc   going  to  'paper. '' \  Canada Dru$& Book (o  BIRTHS  Lawkhnck.���������At! Kevelsioke, May 7lh,  to .Mr. and Mva. XV. M. Lawicnee, a  daughter.  W'KXsr.KY.��������� At, Kevelstoke, May Sth.  tn Ali*. and .Mrs. F.Wensley. Nakusp,  a daughter.  NOTES OF  NEWS  "NAME ON  EVEBV  PIECI."  Chocolates  \Ve liave lately imported  the choicest varieties of  the 'ahove in bulk, and  are selling at  ^wmwtmm??mwmt?wt?mTwmw!5  When Spring tints are Desired  and Economy is. Advisable.  I'Yed T.iylor has received a. black  bear cub from Kamloops.  ���������Kresh butter at. A. X. Smith's.  li. A. Utadley left ior the Blue Jay  on Smith Crock yesterday.  Misses' Bo*. Calf and Dongola Button, or Bals. regular $2 2o for $2.00.  ���������Fresh Maracaibo chocolates in lib.  and 1 lb. boxes, at Bew's  Drug Store.  The Camborne postoflice was opened  on May 1st hy H. S. "Wall-ice.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Cot-ley have just,  returned from an eastern trip.  "Womens" Boots, in .Dongola Bals,  regular $2.50 for $2.   Reid & Young'*..  ���������Fresh Groceries at A.    N. Smith's  Freii Robinson Lumber Company  have receiyed an order for liimbei* for  the Kamloops drill hall.  ���������Fresh ifariicaibo chocolates, 50c.  lb., at Bew's Drug Stoie.  The usual May services are being  held in the Catholic church every  evening during the month at half past  seven.  Wotiians' Dongola Slr.ip Slippi'is,  regular price 82.50 and %2.'2T> at $2.00.  lteid & Young's.  The relatives of the late W. .1. l.ee,  are asking for a further investigation  into the recent fatal accident on the  Arrowhead branch.  ���������Clearance "sale of clothing, boots  and shoes at eost for cash at Bourne  Bros.  The stonework for the foundation of  Dr. Cross's new residence on Mackenzie avenue, has been started by li.C.  1-Yoniey.  ���������We have the newest styles in XX'.  11. Corsets, call and see l.lium at C. B.  Humes.  Al a meeting of the City Council on  Friday, the opeia house was declared  unsafe and jMr. Tapping instructed to  (Strengthen the galleries.  Thursday lieing Ascension Day  special services were held in the  Catholic church consisting of Mass in  the morning and benediction in the  evening.  ���������You'll get bargains' in clothing  boots and shoes at Bourne Bros.  The junior  footballers   play  Golden  un May 21th.    A   challenge   has   been  ' received from Vernon juniors:,  and  a  team from  Kamloops on   the 21th   to  play the seniors for the Mm-tin cup.  A'large consignment of trunks'und  valises just to hand at Reid & Young's.  The following scores were made at  the Gun Club shoot on Saturday:  McDonnell. 13; Barber, 13; McRae 12:  Brown, 10; ..Taylor, 0; Paget 5.  Owing to a high wind and bad light,  shooting was made rather difficult.  -   Men's Dongola **Bals.   or   Congress,  regular price S*<.75 and .*j;:3.50 at  Reid k  ���������-Young's.������������������"---���������������������������'^-^ ���������= =���������  ?5(. per !ls,  Highest  Award  at thc World's Fair.  Red Cross  -Drugstore  F. McCaity returned from Okanagan  this morning. ,.  ���������Fresh creamery butter. C. B.  Hume & Co.  Inspector Wilson is here for the  bigh school exam., which lakes place  Monday.  Mrs. Wilkes took the kindergarten  children tor a nature study outing on  Thursday.  ���������Chiidrens slippers and Oxfords al  C.B. IIume& Co.  At the Kamloops supreme court, the.  jury returned a verdict, of guilty in the  case, of Paquette, charged with the  Notch Hill murder.  Wantioh.���������A dining room giil for  Hotel Ferguson, Ferguson, SI. C.  Apply to A.J. McDonell, Hotel Revelstoke.  R. I?. Peltipiece. late editor of the  Ferguson Eagle, is arranging for the  removal of. Citizen nnn Country, the  well known Canadian Socialiut paper  published in Toronto, to Vancouver.  ���������The new things in boys' negligee  shirts and starch shirts with collars  attached and detachable. C. B. Hume  k'JCa.     .  Henry Floyd, Secretary of lhe  School Board, has received notice  from Thos. Taylor, 31.P.P.. of a fm-  ther appropriation of $2,(X)0 for the  school building appropriated by the  government, making in all $10,00)  from lhat source, paving the way for  the   erection   of   a   first-class   school.  ���������Onr big clolhing stock must go at  cost for cash al Bourne Bros.  In military circles the question of  liirl Ruberts tetiremenl from the  po.il of commander iu chief immediate  ly after the coronation is freely  discussed, says a Herald despatch  from London. It is looked upon us a  sine thing that the Duko of Connaught  will succeed him and will not return to  li eland.  . i  ,. ���������Ladies men's and childien'.-,  Iirots  and  -shoes  nt  tost  forcash.it Bourne  lb us.  Ala mass meeting of citizens held **ii  Trail on 31 ay 2nd, resolutions nort  passed urging upon the govei nun 11>  lhe importantc of increasing tin; Iniill"  on pig lead and the nianiif.ictm.Ml  product and asking for temp.ir.il y  relief fr.->m the. depression in ihe silver  lead industry by increasing the bounty  lo $10 per ton the first year.  . 'Special piice for men's and r bi'-  dren's suits for the nex I ten d.iys aL  Reid & Young's.  Sir "Wilfrid Laurier  recently  had   ,*t  bill put through the Commons providing  for the  appointment  of an   assistant  commissioner    of    the    North   West  Mounted Police for the Yukon.    Supt.  V., T. Wood, who for  some   time   has  heen in command ot tlie N.W.M P , in  the Yukon, has received  the appointment.    The   appointment   i.s   a   most  popular  one   and   judging   by   Supt.  Wood's past record in tho force, hoth  in the Territories and the Yukon, the  government have made a very wise  selection. *������  Ping-Pong.  The remaining sets of the ping-pong  mixed doubles were played off cm  Tlmisd.iy evening in the flre ball and  great interest. ��������� was manifested all  through the games, ol" which Miss  Buck and Mr. Parham were the  successful winners. The following is  the result of llio games played:  Mis. Atkins and R. S. Atkins  defeated Mr. mid-Mrs. Phipps.  Mr. and Mrs. .1. 31. Scoli. 3liss Cao  and C. Cao. Miss Buck and Parham,  Ij. IJ. Atkins and .Miss Spurling.  Miss -B.it'k and T. E. L. Taylor*  .Mr. George and 3Iiss Kdgar by default.  Miss Dent and C. McDonald; J. O.  Barber and Miss Temple.  .Mrs. Lyons and Jeffrie.-: Mrs. Holten  and JE. Edwards.  31iss Fraser and Pinkham; Mr.  and .Mrs. Morris, by default.  SKCOXD   HOUND.  Mr. and .Mrs. Scotl defeated Mis.  Atkins and R. S. Atkins.  31iss Back and 3Ir. P.ii*h.im; Mi**** 31.  Buck and T. E. L. Taylor.  31 iss Fraser and Pinkham. 31 r. and  31 rs, Lvons.  Perfect Goods  at Fair Gost  We can always give you an even  exchange���������  VALUE FOR CASH.  Dress Goods  Everything the   Ladies require in  Dress Goods  and the well known " Empress Shoe," with wide  and narrow toe.  g-:r,:e .a.t  Clearance Sale  King's Union Made  Boots for Men  You can't beat them and you can't wear them out  before you have had your money's worth.  GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS  COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL.  TAYLOR & GEORGE  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To  ^iUiiiUUUiliiiiiiUiiiUiiUiiiMiiiiUiiUi's  Clearance  FURNITURE GOODS must lie sold  at cost in order to make room for  another large carol* Furniture, which  - will ba here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrai ge to supply you. Noqv  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE    CO'Y.  ������$ '  TTTA VR1 TT1 I                                       mm  Thc largest stock  of  tho latest WATCHES,  *2������iL  CLOCKS,   RINGS,   SILVER WARE,    CUT  /"YWWi  GLASS,  FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  M���������  My many years' experience enables me to buy  goods   at  the .right. prices,  enabling  me to  /5lFt������  sell to the' public at reasonable prices.  fly    w'  J".   G-TJ-5T . BjA-E/BE-R..  1       .1  WATCH JIKPAIKINQ A  SPECIALTY.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  ���������AXa-rEOSTTS   .FCCR   "A- ��������� HE.MT-TT?r.-CI_!r^ =~^   .Miss Buck jind Parham; Air. and  Mrs. Scott.  KI.V..I,=.  Aliss Buck anfl P.ubam defeated  Aliss Fraser and Pinkham���������0-5���������0-4  ���������O-C-IJ-2.  Aliss Buck was thfn pri*spnt������d with  a handsome vase presented by J. G.  Barber and Air. Pai-bum a 'sealskin  pockelhook by B. K. Atkins.  STATIONERY  FOR LETTER WRITERS.  The use of artistic Note paper  and Envelopes is evidence of  good taste.  Oiir stock consists of a .large  assortment in  LETTER PADS  i  NOTE PAPER  BOXED PAPETRIES.  Envelopes���������all sizes.  Real Estate  O. I*. K. TOWNSITE,  MARA TOWNSITE.  GERRAM) TOWNSITE.  CAMBORNE TOWNSITE,  Cfl-ntula Permanent & Western  FIN Alii  lA'l-.       Canada Mortgage Corporation.  a liliuiuutu   ( Equitable Savings Loan .and Buildiug Association.  Insurance |  Imperial Fire.      Caledonian Eire.  Canadian Eire.   Mercantile Fire.  Guardian Fire.   Manchester Fire.  I Ocean, Accident and Guarantee.  (.Canadian Accident Assurance Co.  Atlas Fire.  Northern Fire.  Great West Life.  Confederation Life  Connecticut Fire  COAL FOR SALE,  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Publi". CHAS. M. FIELD.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  School Report.  W. BEWS,  Phm.B.  "'(.srlst anii;-,tatIoiicr.  Brown Brock. Telephone**.  Rvport of standing of pupils'of the  cily schools for the month of April.  The first three in each class are given  in order of merit:  DIVISION 1.  High School Class���������Bessie Lawson,  Florence Fraser.  Sr.kh No.l���������F. Palmer, AI. Hyatt,  P. Hobinson.  Sr. 4th Nn. 2.���������W. AIcRury, D.  Morgan, O, Liwsnn.  DIVISION II.  Jr. llh��������� H.Biirridge, M-iggie Calder,  Libhy Burnet.  Sr. rird���������F. McConnell, C." Hay.  Kathleen Fraser.  Jr. 3rd���������GunfTroy K.iggen, Alma  Biuret, Jt. AIcRury.  DIVISION III.  :trd Class���������Jxan Hyatt. C. UisU'en,  J. Sibbald.  Sr. 2nd���������Ethel Blackberg, I*.. Bruce,  T.inn-s Patrick.  Jr. 2nd���������.May Boulay, K-ilph Bell,  Eva-Thompson.  DIVISON IV.  Sr. Isl���������-E. Coursier, I). Kennedy.,  Tulia Br.iult.  Jr. Ist-J..AIcR.uv. L. Sol.iwav, H.  Floyd.  2nd Pi-irnci���������E. Corley, Lucv Alatch,  H. AIcN.ib.  Ill VIS ION   V.  Class 111��������� C. Procunier, F. IXiiii.-ls,  Blanche McCarty.  Class 11���������Ar, Brown, E. Morgan, E.  Johnston.  Class 1���������Rita Doyle, LydaSleed, J.  AIcAIahon.  A Cl������38���������L. L'.*e, W. Friwer, O.  Hanson.  B Class���������F. Forbfi", Af. Young. C.  Wilkinson.  C. Class-J. Hay, J. Merino. Frank  Turnross.  D Class���������F. Netherton, S. .Summer,  Fl. Sol way.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  30 days after date I intend to apply to the  Honorable the Chief Commissionerof Lands  and Works for permission to cut and carry  away timber from the following* described  tract of land in West Kootenay:  Commencing: al a postmarked "John A.  AIcAIahon'.**. South-West Corner," planted  .-un. point 160 chains southerly from the  south limit of the lands of the Pittsburg  Syndicate .situated north of Death Rapids;  thence east 40 chains;' thence north 160  chains, to the south limit of the lands ofthe  Pittsburg Syndicate; thence west 40 chains,  to the east bank of the Columbia River;  thence .south aliing the east bank of said  river 160 chains 10 the point of commencement.  JOHN A. McMAHON.  Dated May 51I1, lyoa.  Notice.  NOTICK I.S IIKREHY GIVKN that 3o  days after date I intend to apply to the  Honorable thc Chief Commissioner ofl-a nds  and Works for permission to cut and carry  away timber from the following described  lands in West Kootenay:  Commencing al a post marked "E. I..  MeMahon's North-West Corner" planted  011 the east hank oftiie Columbia River at  the .south-west corner of the timber liinit  held by Henrietta AIcAIahon under special  license; Ihence east 40 chains; thence south  160 chains; thence west 40 chains, lo the  east bank of the Columbia River; thence  nortli along the east bank of the said river  1C0 chain*, to the point of commencemeiil  li. I.. Alc.MAHON.  Daled .May 5th, 190^.  ���������Just opening tip a big lineofladiesl  misses und men's shoes, also men's  Lacroswe shoes at C. IJ. Humes.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days alter date I inlend to apply to  the Honorable* ihe Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for .1 special license to  cut and carry away timber from the following desciibed Innds :  Commencing ;it a ,,ost p|antcc_ on the  east bank of the Canoe River, about four  miles-up from its mouth, and marked  "Olivia Robinsons North-East Corner  Post ; tlicnce west 80 chains; thence  south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;  thence north 80 chains to the poinl ol  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON.  D.ited tins 1st day of .May, 1902.  OF ALL OUR  -  Chiidrens'  Boys',  and Youths'  CLOTHING  OF ALL OUR  Men's and  Chiidrens'  Boots and  Shoes  This is a Genuine Sale  and the Goods must be  sold  AT COST FOR CASH  ���������/>������������������������:.���������  ... . x, ^ V;  Our Ladies'  t  ���������������������������  Is steadily" growing���������in fact _ _ *s  our Business -this' Seasons is !.- ,J |  more than double.'    " &  We undoribtediyturn out the" '    "^  1 most Styiish arid Best fitting   - -jj  Costumes ever seen in'this "^  City. '* ;;  !  Wc are doing.mbre business < ���������!  than all others combined, - - <H  because the Ladies know a - - *8  good Costume and they talk 1 J  about it. " '  . v  J. B. CRESSMAN, -j  LADIES' AND MKN'8 MIQH CLAM TAILOR.  ,        $  - Manning Blook,       McKenzie Ave. "  /SXfgi'-itfMt./**  TEOSr"-������"������!'*-:  :>,, 1 n-il    ���������)  ������$&*������>&#&���������  Real Estate Bargains  Good Residence St,  Store Building.  Terms-$200 cuhIi ;  Balance  on  Easy.  Terms.  8-Koomed H.e s i-  dence, with all  modern ' improvements. A. very desirable prop-  erty. Terms can lie arranged  with suitable party.  0 Itoomed Home,  with bathroom, etc.,  good   cellar.    W ell  (|p  hitimted   for  a   C. 1\ lt.   man.  /jfgN  Easy Terms.  PlMtered' ' House'  with stone found*- .  tion. Good garden  50x100 feet���������well located.   This  is afspecial bargain.      \  rf������4 ������\ ������*/V ' A"flne* Residenes"  V^V^V   and jj^!, Kooln.  Electric Lighting, garden 60x100  feet.     A    comfortable., home,  -  selling at a great socrificer ���������_ '_",".,  -r*        .,      * j  80 acre Farm, about'  5 miles from Salmon* I  .    Arm Station. !; Beat ,  of soil, good timber for domestic,  uses auu good roads.  .Terms to.* I  the right party. '        ' ., ' '/.'.'''  A Number of Other Real Estate Bargains.' --  Call Riuflnapeot Our List.  Revelstoke Smelter To^iisiite  Fine Residential and Business Lots in all"parts of the  City on easy terms of payment. A limited number of Five-  Acre Garden Plots within  five  minutes'  walk  from .the  centre of-City, are now ready for sale. Easy term's of pay- :  ment. ....,._..  '      , ._u_  IBWIS     BRAS    r\maX Ks-tato Bfwicers.

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