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 y C.--C-  t   .:  :-' ������������������'/ yy  7  ,,:���������)'  SI  /  J OIIX^IO-BjI  f,Vol  -REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY,   MAY  17, 1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  i We arer/th'e largest buyers  *of   GROCERIES   in  the  ", North   Kootenay,  and are  '; therefore able to offer the*  O* very best goods  produced  UJ in "the  world  at' thei very  R: lowest' prices."   /Although  < times have been hard during* the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  CKi which is very encouraging  .;to us- . -     -* -  I* <- i   -  A..-/niis^yejir^we^hay e. made  L arrangements which will  T~"enaBle us to'give our cus-  Y : t'omers'better" prices  than  * ''everbefore.  s  f~   Z^- *."  ������- .  ! '<-  - ~'f'  JGL&JL  Shirts  These Shirts are recog:  '-" " nized'" to be   superior to  ,11/any^made in- Canada.for.  ,[ .^Style^. and ^Durability.  ^V-" We^have'them - in- all 'the'  >>  Latesf-'P.attern's:*  ���������b-j        ���������-*-'    sr : ' ���������  institution will lie weakened theieliy.  The fact th.it pei Teet and ia;iid  giowth of a tiee is not attained by  heqiien tiy-digging at its roots, nnd  constantly changing its conditions,  illustrate*-. uh.it is meant.  ���������' However, if these enthusiastic  educatioii'ilists _ cannot cool their  aidor, let them���������find a way hy which  ���������Will Commence'-Her R*efcu-jthi"y"may be'-nllowed   themselves- to  REVELSTOKE  The Arrival 'o'f the'New   Big  it Bend'Transport to" Revelstoke  'i "-   J-     <-��������������������������� J-"* .* 5     ,-.-  '*��������� ���������*.        I  lar Trips at Once.  Th'e ' ste'tuiisliip^ ItevelstbTce"-'* was  brought up ^yesterday ft Gin Nakusp,  reaching the city about ,-tlnce o'clock  in tlie afternoon. v *A*< 'the. whist le" of  i    -     . ���������   ��������� *���������   j-        ...  the ship sounded, theie was a rush  of  citizens to the river hank to get a look  nt the ti-iin  little steamer.    Pienidunt  McCarty was  on   boaid,  having gone  down the previous day'to 'make .some  arrangement Im her'tiip heie.      (J.ipt.  Foist und was in charge and, will pilot  her through the canyon today  to liei  lauding aliove at 8-Mile,  fiom   whiih  point sho  will'-liiiiki* logultr (lips to  Im Poi te'.. . There Without flfty.lons of  treight ready tor hei tlist li ip.      With  the an ivai  of  the  " Revelstuke,"  the  tide,  of     piospeiily ..wiii     lelum   a  hundredfold lolhc*"B'g Bend*"di'.li'ict,  .w-hieh, only tluoiigh l.i<.k ot ^tt.mspor  tut ion,-has ,bi"*en   kept   in   the   hack  ground so long.    There  is   no distiiet  today on the   continent   lhat  has the  tremendous   lesoipees" oi    (he   Bend,  f ;' The celebratedCurrieTie^  i ��������� ���������'The^Spring, patterns"  :".. in these Goods'have'just  '."���������vbeen- received, and for  'it '^./Beautyand .Taste," excel.  *, J anything^.yet^p.rpducecL  i v-^bv'this^Renowned-Firm'  U "^-'bf-Tie Makers.  '" -"   l  t  iHatisiCapsl  --j  T'The^vor Id-Yen owned  ;1       Christie and Fedora Hats  *      "A,i consignment" ,in. ,the  ,\       Latest'.StyIes;rhas;, just;  been"opened up.  ..s-S&i-sK*. -*" ''-���������---'-*���������"=  ptoperly peifonn the   exlia   woik  this direction that they pi opose should  fie'dorie.  In adopting this course they will  not he imposing unfair tun dens upon  iitheis. nor be in dangei of being  reminded that there,is no ciieigy_.or  enthusiasm so cheap u.d false as tlii*  kind which finds oxenike solely in  discovciing what woik should be done  anil lUTunging that ol lieiK should do it.  r     YOUIS,,  Revelstoke, May 17  Fair-Play.  1002.  i ������  ������ 1U?J/- .* .   J ���������������*  *��������� f ...  1.  which     include    the  I.llllOUS  pT.icer  giouuds of Smith Cheek, Goluslieam,  McCulloch and .Flench Oieeks, aid  other streams that have never been  thoiou^hlj' tested. The iiiii copper  depcisil8 of Standard Basil), the silvei-  letid and gold oies ot C;nnes cieek.  the rich**7' properties "��������� on "Keystone  mountain and others of a-like nature  onLttorine cieek. The conntiy; is  also iich" in -timber'and agricultural  lands-' that' will make h.indson e  returns to investois. To the citizens  of ' Revelstoke the an nal of the  steamer to iun tiotn heie uoithw.tiil  is veiy encotir.iging, as it will make  Revelstoke the supp'y point for the  vast Big Bend countiy. To the  piesideiit, F. McG.uty, and secietaiy  Geo. S. MeCarter, ot the Revelitoke  Naviga,tion-**Co.-, -the ciedit is due,  for in the face'of-many.obstacles thev  have furnished ^this. means of easy  transportation^ to the novth^ country  Good link to the s.s. ReveUtoke.  Trouble  Ended.  to tlie nil I tor of tlit IlmALD:  Km:���������On April Kith we addressed a  communication to you concerning the  lookout of thu members of Local Union  No. 110, United Gat ment Woikers ot  America, ln that communication we  appealed for assistance in our tio.uble.  XVe wiite now to advise you? that'-we  have leached a sacisfactory agreement,  with the fiinT'cn J. N. Waid&Co., in  which they restoi ij all of our.mem hers  to their former employment, they  unionize their faetoiy throughout, and  hencefoi th _%vill use   the   union" label.  Tou of Louise.will-understand, that  we are now tiyiug to build up Jlr.  Ward's buoineo**; and to' show him that  we appieci ite Ihe settlement. XVe  asjc that j cm give same publicity to this  communication vou so kindly did to  the former lettei ai.d to extend our  thanks to union labor,for .their kind  assistance.       ���������> -   ��������� -    ���������������������������    t. ��������� .  Yours fr.itei n.illy,  MYH'II.n W'EIIElt.  <   Cor. Sec, Local Union So. 14C, U. G  AA'. ot A.   ^ "*���������.'  An ali Star Cast.  *   ^      - t    '  The names of the princ ip'.ils in Kdw in  Owens Tnwne New Yen k ccunedy  sui cess. "ToorRich to .Many" will he  announced soon.  The iiiaiiageiuenb pi onuses .-ilinosl  the entire oi igm.il cast Theie aie ii  nuinbei of .Ar.iude*. ilie ie.ittiies*, ivhich  .���������ue introduced thiough the play- and  'sere.Tirffiohfslarl Vo lliifSfiT"��������� T-' -'���������"* ���������'-  ?,*l7*W_c5^-Sij:  Underwear  'i f Fqr Spring-arid -Summer. ���������;  h rVAAvell Velected'tonsign-"  \ ment of Imported Scotch  '? and English fine, woolen  Balbriggan and .Fleece-  Lined Underwear just to,  ....hand.,-.,.-,. *,** -., ,. j-   ^ .  The Opposition Make Fair Offer  "to Ministers���������Ready-Yp'Pass  >;the Estimates, if Government  Promises Dissolution.  Victoria, May 17.���������In the House  today, 'Mr. McBiide'referied to reports  in up country papers that the opposition  were obstructing in older to prevent  the Premier'going to. the coronation,  on these, two points, the opposition  was not obstruction and they ]had no  desire to prevent tlie prdvince lieing  suitably iepreserite"d.. ���������* '  Jf the government would-restore thc  reserve onfthe*foreshoresand go to the  country'on* their railway   policyr   the  opposition were willing-to vote supply  and permit other necessary legislation.  This wou'd permit of Noith Victoiia  being'represejUed,yVvhich-he-thought  would gratify the whole country.     If  the government "would giveguarautees  on these two   points,   the   opposition  would leadily assist in putting through  the necessary^woikof the session.   ^ Z.  Tlie opposition has undoubtedly won  the battle against the ,land grabbing  railway deals.       ^ *  The House rose at 12.  Cricket Challenge.  The undersigned hereby challenge  anv local eleven to a game of cricket-.,  to "be played on May 24th at the  recie.i tion grounds, the ���������'Dent''  team.  Our   Member   Hot After Chief  }Commissioner For His Unfair  Discrimination    Against    the  Wage  Earners of This Riding  On the ,ul jiHu-ntnetil debit I e on lhe  motion moved hy Mr. lnyloi on the  irflh A pi il, as follows: "That an order  of the House be granted lor a return  ol all papers and ecu ii'spondi-nre from  any pel son or p"isons with the Chiel  Commissionei of Liiiils and Woiks, nr  any nlTieial m lhe ilcp n tiiient nf lands  and wniks, or any lettei oi lettetsnn  (llu in thu said' dep.u-lincut dealing  with the rule of wages paid, or to he  paid, or dealing in any way with tlie  rate of ii.igi"; of_ the men nu government loads and ti.uls in the Revelsloke  riding of West Kootenay."  The Chiel Comnu**.sioner said Ihe  coiiespondence was aheady down;  heme he: had nothing nuic to say.  Mi. Tayloi said: ' Iu discussing this  lesolution on the 2.1th of Apiil lasL-I  pointed out the ful that tlie lesolulion  was the^oiitrome ol cei tain answers lo  'question's ni mine hy the Chief.Oom-  ''inissioner of Lmils and Woiks and  diew particular iefet<**iKe to question  r3 and the Hon. Chief Commissioner's  ansv. ei* to__s.une. These lelaled to the  comparative wages ol workmen in  Slocair and Revelstoke. The rate in  the lor mer was $3 a day, while in  .Revelstoke it was only.$2 60. Now 1  endeavoied lo show tiii ther lh.it the  Chief Commissioner* had made, a  rhist.itetiient in his answer to question  3, thiough the i.ut that certain  letteis weie in his dep irlnient for  'some tune" setting out .fully what  the l.ile of i a ,es \ e.e.  ���������'One of-these'letters "I drevv-hjs  attention to most particulmly and  advised him that I wished this letter  in p.nticulai to he brought before thc  Hou-e when lhe lettun was pie*>ented.  As you know sir^'-the reluiii was  piesented on t he"loth insl\_und strange  tu *. iv on looking ovffv ihe-^ieturn 1  found nut this veiy linpoitant^leller  h-id not heen ^roduced*rand_ I-vhad to  ask on two ciciasious that this.letter be  produced * also, as, it was a'-^.'yery  miportant one and it was onlvAhis  moi ning that T |3rg..,.ifci*\u oungirovvn  -ihis',-fti.*Li/i-r ----������ ^- . _.,���������  =  . "Befme proceeding to, substantiate  my claim tint the Chief Commissioner  was well informed us lo the-cuirent  rate c>r wages in Ihe Revelstoke riding,  J would like to call your attention to-a  veiy. important resolution in this  -coiibiei-tion which passed this House  on the 3rd of August, 1900 and which  declared for the current wages of  each district on government roads.  This lesolution provided particularly  that, the curt ent rate of wages must he  paid on all govei nment works and  consequently lhe government and  especially the Chief Commissioner was  deiehcb in his duty in not enftr.ing  thin I emulation.  "I will now proceed, Mr. .Speaker, to  show you the information which h.is  heen "in the hands of the Chief  CcuniYiissioner some time in this1*  connection and lirst of all I propose to  t*i*ad to you the letter which I referred  to a few moment.*-: ago as having been  brought down and added to this return  this morning. ' This letter is very  explicit on the matter.  Mr. Taylor read a letter from the  road superintendent at- Trout Lake,  showing that it was dilllcult toget men  a t $2..***0 as iiitf was the current -wage,  lie added.  "1 also w*sh, Mr. Speaker, to call  your attention lo another teller I'roni  myself to the Chief Commissioner  dealing wilh this same subject."  This letter was then read. It was  written on .J uly lust, ancl insisted on the  $3 rate and tlie reasons forthe discrimination against Revelstoke beinggiven.  He proceeded:  "Now, sir, T wish to point out that  no inswer has yet been received by me  from the Chief "Commissioner in leply  to that letter, notwithstanding the fact  that the Chief Commissioner told us  the other da}- that his department was  most punctual in answering correspondence, and notwithstanding all the  evidence before theChief Commissioner  he still insists on imposing on the  working men of my riding engaged" in  public works there_ a rate of wages  which is'not the current rate of ,,vv-ages  in the country. .'    <��������� i-.-  . . ��������� -l j -i  "In conversation witli the Chief  Commissioner on more than oneoccas-  ion, as 1 pointed out-'tq-you, a few  minutes ago. I always took-particular  pains to advise that honorable. gentleman niosl positively as to the current j  rate of wages, and on one occasion took j  the matter up with-him in the presence  of the honorable member* for Slocan,  who will bear me out in this statement,  and I at last prevailed on the .Chief  Commissioner to adoptthecurreiit into  of wages, whicli he did for a short time  in July.when therate was again reduced  to* $2.50. "When -'I questioned ���������. tlie  honorable gentleman as to his reasons  .for so doing he advised ine, that,, this  "rate was to be. the unifornrrate foi*jthe  whole interior, but such ^was.nof'the  case, as his answer to my questions  shows, tor whi'e paying" the rate of  $2.50 to men in my riding he was  paying $2 75 and $3 per day for the  same work, in the Slocan riding, and 1  think the*honorable gentleman should  be subjected to the severest censure by  his colleagues, as'well as this House,  for his unfair discrimination and unjust  treatment of my riding in'this con  nection.  ....(S i v.-l^fr^f^.^,..!. 4,1-   ~^.J-*.^ O*-'* *    -11  Commissioner to advise'the government agents -in my _riding, that in  future the current rate of wages. must  be paid as the resolution I' referred to  a few minutes r.go provides." (Applause.) . , , , .  Mr. Taylor then withdrew hii  resolution,- the.return having,.heen  brought down.    , t j ,  'V ������> -.Jfry *.!*,������.  ^Hosiery-;--;;;  f .Ladies' and. Gent's ��������� Hos-  l Liery in^Silk," tashmere,  J    and Wool.    A" complete  ���������'���������'~"'stock'of''thc "Latest"Pat"  "' terns and Best. Quality. '  Stylish   Shi  Hardware  -      A carload*^ of "Assorted  Hardware just  opening  ���������"<'<-" ���������'.'up/"'-"   *"'~   '"''"   "-  *"We" have now ready for your inspection one of the finest displays of the above    T^  lines of goods ever imported into this city.     Perhaps you  may thinirthis^state-...-***  -"m^l-TatherstrongrasT.ast^^  and varieties are 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 are selling, clearly tells us tliey are the cream-df the city.     Come and    ^  sec' what.you think of them yourself.   Its a pleasure to show such goods' whetlftr" -  .*���������������������������       w ���������*     *v    ��������� *      i  *       v k      iy *  i * c-.fi,*.  you buy or not.  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  Thitty-nine boatds.of trade hav������  acce'pled an invitation for a convention  to he held in Toronto on June Jtli.  ' .lames. Alexander Fraser, of the  Toronto opera house, wan arrested  lasl night. He was $1500 short in  accounts,  A large number 'of prominent Australians 'tnived in Vancouver yeat������r-  d.ty on the steamer Miotvern, en rente  for the coionation.  Anthracite mine woikers in conven-    .  lion at lli*-/clton, Pa., have decided lo  continue the strike of lhe 145.000 men  against the mine owners and will fight  it out to the end.  The noi I hand west foiks of, Kettle  river have ovei flowed their banks at  Grand"Foiks.   B. C~.     Hoiises" along"  the banks   have   been .'partiallv'subS. '-  merged and temporarily-abandoned:*' '- -  No,person has been able to approach .  *witl}in"-eight.miles_of the.new crater of  the Soufrierie volcano on the island of  St. Vincent. Numerous fissures in the  mountain sides continiic-lo,-throw out-  vapor. Starvation, threatens., those  who' are stilt left" in the ' afflicted  district. '.'.���������  "t. '- -".  ,%"*��������� . _��������� V  Andrew Carnegie has offered- to. buy  the Phll!ppine,Islands fiom.the United  States if allowed to anno'urice to Filipinos' "that -they- wiU'"iiitima"tely ba  g anted   their   independence^; When.  askedj'f it ,,-nere. tr.ue.vhe-said, .-"'yef*-, ���������  ancl 1 mean it.".J'       .-' "      , "_,     "      A   '  '', The  situiitiori   in   St.r. Vincent    is^  cleat ing np somewhat,' but all 'danger  of ' a .volcano-, eruption    is    not'yet" -  over..  A  large part of the ,island is  under   ashes  and the 'coast line   has  sank ii)to.rthe,-'-seii������iir.'inany-places.  Much  sickness-prevails, .being caused   .  by noxious vapors filling the'air."'    '.    '  A-hiicl t'efinery'ovvned by-Armour"fc-"''  Co., _Chicag"o,>was- burned- lost night._  A large mimber.of accidents,nccurrtMlr ,  during the fire'Souie of the spectatora." ^  wereikllled-iindrniany;wounded by'.a\;  hogiuu collapsing on which they.*iv-M;e^  standing to* view the Bre."'"**  *'* *       v''!  AROUND THE -     w  RAILWAY YARD  -Personal ^ Paragraphs -Pertain-  :   ing to Railway Men Picked up  -   By the Herald   Man  on   His  '-   Daily Rounds.  r'P. Lines of the C.   P.   R.   shops' is  leaving on today's trainjforVancouver.  J. Foster an employe in  the C.P.R.'  shops is leaving today for'the coast.'  7 T. 3. Cummiskey,  C. P. R. agent tit  ^Vernon, was "a visitor in the city* last  week.- - .'*.'.  i  A manjiamed A. Carlson, met with  a nasty accident this morning at the  station having hiswiistbadlylacerated '  \ with a piece   o������   zinc.     Carlson   was  as-resting another man to nail the xinc  on a truck and in souie way  the edge  caught his wrist.   Dr.  Cross  stitched  thc wound.  .. ~       ���������   ���������    "  j Superintendent  He  Work for the.Teachers.  ���������1*4*. u...     .'���������***       ���������������     -*  To the Killtor ofthe HEim n :  Sin: '���������'Recently   I   ������ead   in  I he Mail  that   the" cooperation   of 'the   school  'teachers  might'be sought in conduct  ing a   n'ul't" school -in   the   city���������or  'words  to  that iffecl���������and   in the last  issue of lhat paper it is suggested that  it would be well "if lhe leathers uiulil  Hud time to take scholars out to study  botany,     mineralogy    and     geology.  Possihly we may next   see  it  hinted  that the school staff add  to its cuiri-  culum classes ju ���������cookery,   astronomy,  or navigation, while dm ing recess-it  may be urged���������teacbets could  demonstrate to their   pupils   possibilities  in  agriculture   by*  means   of    a    small  experimental farm, the school  giound  being utilized for this pur pose, .s ���������':'  When one considers the^inci-easing  nature of a school teachei's oi cup.ition  and the mental and nervous stiaip  which those who follow this profession  are necessarily ^subjected ^ to. i-Ie who  believes in the* right of the lnhoiei- to  an occasional cessation from toil, must  protest against the injustice of ihcje  proposals lo ineien.se the duties of a  clats of woikers doubtless ilready  kept busy enough, if not- overworked. '  In regard to school matters, the best  that can be done is to leave things as  as they are. If these ultempts  at innovations are to be frequent, the  result will be disturbing and injurious,  as the woik and the authority ot  the  SKIRT WAISTS _���������_  M.ideof Fine Ciimbiic. in stripe-!, nejv shades, of-  Oxhlood. N.i\y Light Blue and Gieys.   Looks as  well as many shown at twice the puce. Our great  le  WHITE MUSLIN AND LAWN WAISTS  .Made of fine Oigahdie or Victoiia L-nvn.  Iie*'*"l'-  fully ti immed ������ ith Fine Tue king or Valenc.eni.es  Lue. buttoned in f.out or Imc Ic.     ^������'"'������ ''������"- __  in the m.u ket.   Prices fi om       SLOP to S3.5Q  FLANNELETTE SENSATION  Don't wait. I.ut 101111* as < ally  as  pos?j'*]e it���������,'" .  want to -h ae in this 1.000 ya.ds  of Stripe-*lnn-  nelette. different pauei ns.to choose  irom.  lioc^l  weight perya.ee.  THE SHOE DEPARTMENT  Men's,   Misses,    Womens'' Children's, and  Infants' Shoes���������Unusual Values.     *   -  (Jnnsniil values  in   brand new; line's of goods  is the  announcement fiom the Boot Section today.  " ������*- llnudiedsof pairs of theso StylMi .Roots for  Women and Missus-, havu been bought from the  faetoiy at a specially low figures and aie being told  today at great price inductions.  Kilpatrick   visited  iKiSTTntfcle"'  CYCLONE SALE OF MEN'S & BOYS' SUITS  Get ready  for   bargains   in   Mens   and   Boys'  Clothing. " Don't   miss  this' chance.   Come  early���������,  Bargains await you here and  aj hig stock  to choose  from. _.-'-"* -*1  Men's Furnishings Department  A complete stock of everything'a man needs at prices always the Io^vpst.,   As,fhe  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. *  REID & YOUNG,  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  3 -.. - ��������� 1 '��������� -  Mail Orders Solicited.  Vernon , last" weeKTT  atrangements to delay the inauguration of the daily train service until  June'1st iind ' continufng it until a  corresponding later date, in the fall.  This arrangement is good news for the  f.irmeis , and <-. produce shipper! of  Vernon as it is in the fall montbs that  a daily train is most urgently requited.  Iron moulders and core makers, to  the number of 300. employed in ^.he  Canadian Pacific Railway shops at  Ilochelaga, struck on Wednesday.  They claim that their demands for a.  minimum wage of $2.50 per day was  refused; tliat they had exhausted all  honorable means to reach a-settlement;  that thoy could not live any longer on  the wages paid and that they received  less than any moulders in any shop in  the city. v  Itumors are now circulating to the  ���������Ifect that the Crow's Nest Southern  R iii way linos will be extended north  from "Bain's Lake 10 lhe St. Mary's  Ri'vcr district, also to Windermere.  There -is no doubt that the Crow's  Nest Southern looks upon the enterprise as a valuable feeder.to its system  and it ia believed by many that it will  ultimately build north. The above in  connection with rumors of a large  smelting plant at'Elko seems to hav*  some foundation.  * fy*.  Sir-Thomas Shaughnessy, president  of the C.P.R.. is expected to arrive^in  the city today from  the east on his  annual  trip of impection across  the '  continent arid while in Winnipeg be  will listen to the dissatisfied members  of the labor departments af the company,  here.     He,  will    be   seen, by.  members     representing      both-'    the  machinists and  the freight,  handlers  and it is expected that the different***!  which exist between the men [and the  employing  corporation   will   bm    set  right without any further trouble.���������  Winnipeg Telegram.  EM :r���������.*-?.r r v.*r_ ii .*:*.itt *,: ..*"������. ������#������������������������������������. *>��������������� ���������  em  I si  (   ;i'nblislicd By  The Revelstoke.Herald Publishing Co  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Pemi-Wceklv Journal published in the  interest** of the riiilwiiy men. milling men and  tiif-ine*-*. men ol the West. Days of 1'ubllcatloii  Wednesday uiui Saturday.  ADVEI'JISI.NG RATES.  I Mie.  Ire;.  llirlli,   Marrlugu   anil   Death    Notices  _.    subscription baths.  ilvinallnr riiTicr ti per annum; $1.33 for  ti\ "month-,, strictly lu advance.  OUK JOU DEPARTMENT.  I .one of the best equipped printing oBices ill  'lie Went and prepared to execute all kinds ol  ii.inline In lirstelass style al honost. prices,  line price to all. No job too large���������none too  ���������.mull - for lis. Mail orders promptly attended  l������.   filvu us 11 trial ou your next order.  TO C01U1E1I*0NIIENTS.  W*. Invite i*orrespnndi.*nc������ on any subject  ���������*.' mi-TO-l to the general public. In all cases  llie bouu li.lo name of llie writer must accorn-  paiiv manuscript, but not liecessmrily for  j.ublU'allon.  Addres.*. all eonimiinlcations to lhc Manager  NOTICE TO COKItESrOSDKXTt.  c.  1. ���������All rorrcstiondeiico must be legibly  written on one side ot llio paper only.  ���������.'.���������Correspondence containing personal  mutter must be signed with the proper name  u< the writer.  ll  R. GROGAN, Editor.  Kirif Edward's Court Held  King   Edwaid's  second   court   was  held   on   Slay   2nd   at    iluckingham  Palace.  London was robbed   o'   thc   pictui-  e*i<_ue street spectacle attending  this  function by tho   fact .that   thc   court  was   held   in   the   evening, but inside  the palace the scene was  much more  brilliant than formerly.     Tin* change  in the time of holding the court met  with   the   general   approval ot   those  who   attended    the   ceremony.     Tne  procession to the hall room formed at  half past 10.    Mrs. Joseph It.  Choate,  the     wife    of    the    United    States  embassador, was   presented   to   their  majesties**.    King Bdward has devised  new   rules   to  apply   to   the   future  courts.     Owing   to    the   number   of  people wlio had  to pass before their  majesties the courts have  been ,vory  long  affairs.     In   future   only    those  wlio are presented will pass before the  King   and   Queen   and  after the new  rules   become   effective    onlv   ladies  actually presented  to  their majesties  need   wear    trains.,    T/.uiies    simply  'attending" court  may  dispense with  this elaborate addition   to   their costumes.  GET IE EARLY  FOR FIRST  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  CAMP OF FISH RIVER  GOL  1������ In LJ  .-'>*  &*  The Centre for ail the Bi^Free Milling (Jold  Groups of Fish River, JPool Creek, Etc.   ;  Saturday. May 17, 1902.  PARLIAMENT  Capt. Bernier Tries to  Induce  Government of Canada Donate  $100,006 for Polar Expedition.  ���������Foreign Immigration.  Ottawa, May 2.���������Capt. Bernier litis  been endeavoring to induce the  government of Canata to donate  8100,000 for a Polar expedition under  his command. He is receiving a very  large amount of supportfrom members  of parliament and the government  seems disposed to favor his scheme.  The speech delivered by Mr. John  Charlton, on this subject is not surpassed by any of the romance of Jules  Verne. From listening to Mr.  Charlton,-one would gather that if  Captain Bernier discovers the North  Pole it will prove that Canada has  000,000 square miles of the frrrest wheat  01 (.cue nenencene results that would  flow from success.   The chief objector  o the project is Mr. XV. F. McCreary,  of Selkirk, who is of the opinion that  the North Pole is in cold storage and  will keep. *In the meantime he would  prefer to have the money expended in  bringing' to this country another  consignment of his special favorites",  the Doukhobors.  Despite the denials wliich have been  made by Mr. Sifton and the officials of  the ^Department of Immigration, it  seems clear that the number of undesirable immigrants who have been  entering Canada within the past tew  years has been veiy large. Attention  was first called to the matter by Mr.  Kobert' Watchorn, United States'  special immigration inspector at  Montreal. Mr. .Watchorn's particular  complaint was that many of these  immigrants eventually found their  way to the United States. This  afforded-SlieTAmericans a reasonable  grievance against Canada and their  conduct under this provocation has  heen more dignified than that which  they usually display. Mr."Watchorn's  answer to Mr. Sifton's denial is very  specific. It is contained in a letter  which he has written to Mr. Uriah  "Wilstjp, the member for Lennox."  The letter states, among other things,  that at the moment it was written  more than une hundred Greeks,  Syrians and Italians were at his oflice  necking permits to enter the United  States. Everyone of theses wns  i cfused passage to the United States  by lines Hailing to that country from  Kurope ancl the line thartarried them  to Canada refused to sell them, tickets'  until they had changed their destination from United States point*, to  point.*! in Canada. This is a very  specific statement and Mr. Sifton can  hardly be blamed for attempting to  ignore it, since he is unable to answer-  it. Fortunately the evil is on the  point of . being cured by legislation  which will be passed this session and  Canada %vill then take her plaee beside  the United States as refusing to be n  dumping ground for the scrapings of  humanity.  Thc Chinese immigration bill wa.s  considered in the Senate. A few  members protested against British  Columbia securing an increase of the  per capita tax, whereupon Mr.  Macdonald remarked that the other  provinces were welcome to take the  whole of the per capita tax if only  they would take the Chinese also.  Fishermen Drowned.  Two hundred and fifty fishermen are  reported to have been drowned in u  gale which has made havoc of the  herring fishing fleet on the west coast  of Japan. The Japanese cruiser Mu-  sashi was driven ashore, but her crew  were saved.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  Business Lots, $100.     Comer Lots, $150  EASY   TERMS   OF   PAYMENT.  A  Ten   Stamp Mill   and   Diamond  Drills,  Et<\,   are   now  on   the. way   to  Goldfielils- for the.Northwestern    Development   Syndicite.      This means  that-   Q old fields /will   be  the   Big  Town i"  that District. ~ ���������.���������...*��������� \ ._  LEWIS BROS., ;  Agents, Revelstoke.  R. F. PERRY,  Resident Manager.  LEGAL  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  ~WING CHUNG  A   Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods   Just Arrived  JM  SCOTT   B A., LL.li.  BAMBOO ciiAine,  FANCY TABLES,  TEA TRAYS,  CHINAWAKK,      .  FANCY GOODS,  NAPKINS,  IN GREAT VARIETY  IN THE NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.     I  EXE6X3_">S������������3iJ-^^  ALEX. McLEAN  & CO  Agents for the  I Mason &Riscli Piaao 1  OKFICE XT  J. McLeod's Residence i  SECOND  STREET,   EAST.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  lOOOOO OOX*' iOO O.O.O.O SOO.O C; OO0 O C  MRS. LAUDER  FRESH FRUIT IN SEASON  ICE CREAM.  ICE CREAM SODAS  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  PATENTS  SECURED!  Write for our interesting book* " In vent-  Jo r's Help" airt " How you ������re swindled  JSenrt u-i ii rough sketch cr model of your in-  ) ven tion or improvement and, w v ill tc-11 you.  jfreeour opinion n* to -whether it i������* probably;  Mjfttentahle. Rejected application* have often  {been ^Hccc-Hfully pro������ccute<i by tn. We  (conduct   fully equipped offices in  Montreal  iand Wa-hitiRton ; thi.1"'qiiahf:r-������ iisto promptly dispatch woik ancl quickly ������" cure PatenUj  ���������������������������lbroirtns the in ven tion. Highest reference^  fnniNhed. (  Patent* procured through  Marion ������% Ma-  rlon receive ������pec Inl notice without charge in  over loo newspapers distributed throughout  ithe Dominion.  J    Specialty:���������Patent business of   Manufac-  S turcrs ana Engineers.  MARION & MARION  .    Patent Expert* ond Solicitors.   .  ._���������,     f   New York LUe B'ld'ir. nontrnl $  ������ Office*:   J    Atlantic Bl<le,Washington D.C. t"  ���������l*-*****************-****!**  " PELLEW-HARVEY, I  BRYANT & CiLMAN ������  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VAXCOUVF.lt. B.C.      Established 1890  Barrister.      Solicitor,   Notary    Public,  Etc.  First Street, kevelstolte.  Money to loan,    tjARVEY, M'CARTES ic PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  IJOUipiUl*    .UU".   .*' ������*���������*'"- ,,r..  First Street, Revelstoke B. i,  -   Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  TuesdavB oleai'li  month; White Rose Bejjree  meet.*, third Tuesday of each quarter, m Oddfellows llall.   Visiting brethren welcome     -"  G. E. OKOGAN. HY. EDWARDS,  President.' Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658  Regular meetings are held in tht  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each monlh, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. J .H.VSON, W.M  W.'G. BIRNEY, Rec.-Sec.  CHURCHES  METHOWT CIlCRrH,  REVELSTOKE.  Preaching i-ervice** at 11 a. nl. and 7:30 p. in  Class meeting at the close ol the morning  service. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 3:30  Weekly Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  evenini; at -,:M. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Kev. C. LiDNER. Pastor.  ST.  PSTER 9 CUCRCir,  ANQLtUK.  Eight a.m.. Holy Eucharist; 11 a.m., raa' ::n"  Uiany ������nd nermon (Holy Eucharist first Sun*  dav in the montb):'2:'.'.o Sunday si'hool, or  children's service; 7:30 Kvensong (choraly and  sermon. Holv Days���������The Holy Eucharist is  celebrated at ' a.m. or������ a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism alter Sunday School at3:l...  c. a. FRoevxiER. Rector.  PRESBYTERIAN   CIICXCK.  ���������service every-Sunday at li-a.rn.*Kiid-7:30 p.m.  10 whieh all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  8 p. m. every Wednesday.  Rev. W. C. Calder, Pastor.  ROMAN" CATHOLIC CHCRCH.  Mass   at 10:30 a. m., -on  lirst,   iccond anil  lourth Sundajs in the month.  REV.   FATHER   THAYER.  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting every night In their  Hall on  Front  Street.  Canadian Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  BASTBOUND     8:20   .  "WESTBOUND  17:30  SOUTHBOUND ���������*fl:10  Reduced Rates  VICTORIA   DAY.  Fare and One-Third for the Round Trip to  Pacific Divisional Points,  nay 22, 23 and 24,  Hood to return until 27th.  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  Wednesdays k Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  FItliE BU8 MEETS  ALL TRAINS.  1RST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  HEATED BY HOT AIR.  REASONABLE; KATES.  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  HOURLY  STREET CAR  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  1 - *    ^ 1 .   L -  BAR WELL SUPPLIED BY THE CHOICEST  ,-\V-INISB,  LIQUORS,AND,CIGARS"/.".  .   .  .  XT    LOW RATE TICKETS  Now   on Sale from Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  TO-  TO-  ���������CHINA, JAPAN,  ���������AUSTRALIA    ALASKA  Minneapolis and Return  $53-Good to Return   Within   60  Days���������On Sale May 26 and 30.  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  For full*-information, printed  matter, etc., call on or addretis,  T. W. Bradshaw, ���������   E, J. Coyle.  Agent Aisibt. Geu.  bevelstoke. I'asBcnger Agent  Vancouver.  **************************  & CO'Y-  wholesale unu neian Dealers-.'  PRIME BEEF.     PORK;     Mb i TON.     SAUSAGE/  FISH AND GAME- IN^SEASON.?"''  THE   MINES  EXCANGE  ' LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND 50LD  We have purchasers' for all kinds of metalliferous mines and. prospects, and desire to'hear from prospectors'and other's having-property  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled.   ' ''  Seiid^is reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Office.  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED. -.: J  P.O. Box 70  , Nelaon.-V.Or  H. 0. PA RSON, President.  5H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  PEKR HEAIM. BIRDS, Ktc. MOUNTED,  Ftirix C!>**ne<l un.l Pc**airccl.  JUST HAST OK   PRESBTfTERIAN  CHURCH  TlilM 3������reet.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines   London.    Seven  ye������.r>  At  Morfa   Works,  Swansea,     17   yearn  Cliiel  Chemldt  to Wijtan Coal and Iron Co.,   Engf.  I.ate Chcmiflt and Awsaver, Hall Mines/ t.iA.  Clalma ezamlncl an.l reported upon,  Ferguson. B.C,  TIME TABLE  S: S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  A83AY WORK OF ALL DUCRIPTI0N8  UNDERTAKEN.  Test) made up to 2.000lbs.  A upcci&lty made ol checking Smelter  Pulps.  Samples from the Interior hy mall or  expre.*i promptly attended to.  Correspondence solicited.,  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ���������f-ft-H TIIHHWHIIH111***  Running between Arrowhead, Thomion'i  Landing and Comaplix, commencing October  Mth, 1901, will .'ail ai lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thoro-ion'i Landing  and Comnpllx twicedaily���������10k. and liilt.  Leaving Comaplix-and lliorn*ion'4 Landing  for Arrowhead....twice tlally���������7:15kand l^:4.'.k  Making close connections with all C. 1'. R.  Steamers and Tra!ii.������.|  The owners renervc the right to change limes  ���������f Kalllnfa without notIce.|,  The Frad Robinson Lumbtr^Co., Limited  Baker and  Confectioner  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  X  *  +  X  X  t  5 Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  * and. Railway Street  tlllil********************  g ������S^ UNION -*&# g  %   Cigar   Factory  #  KKVKLSTOKK,    B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  Brands:  OUR   8PECIAL   and THE   UNION  M   ALL   GOODS   UNION   MADE M  gf>) ((M  .     ���������      'tr.'J. O'BRIEN, Managing Director J.  rae RevelstokeWine-andSpirittor  Limited Liability. " ' '     "' "     ' ���������  1 ... ,-  ������������������    -        1   '  Carry a full and complete line of - .   ��������� ,, .  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandiss, Rums,   '        ������������������:  .a  1 -    ������������������*  Holland,-Old Tom,-London Dry and Plymouth Qlna,!  Porte, 8herie������,'6l*r������ts, Ohampagne, Liqucra  Importad and Domestic Oiffars.      '   ���������������>���������������-.  "���������I      tt*"!     ^t*.  Laces and Rraids |  A large range of Point Lace,  llueliess and liattenhiirg  Ilraids, Stamped De-iigny,  ��������� Stamped Llncna, Kmhroldcry  Kccdiiw. Ilookn, -ic.  llerlln and Zciihrr Wools, all  J     shade*, 81ipper Soled, Valcn-  cleiiceaLace, Insertion.  Call at the -,  MADISON ;PARLORS.  Misses Shep'pard & Bell'  McKenile Avenue      oc'23  I LIVE, AND IfT LIVE!!  Please don't try and run  us  out of town by sending your  orders cast.     We must have  youi* work in order to live.  We depend on  you for our   <  work I    Eastern   houses   do  not I   Do not allow yourself  to be roped in by their ped- '  dlers.     We   also guarantee '  to give you better satisfaction for your money.  st. s. -w������x,s6isr,!  Neat the McCarty Block. '  ��������� .3 ���������"* O O:00:0 O.O OP.05.C.O.OOO.O.  i*g-r  4, W        ���������* t      -T, -^  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delirerjr of parceli, baggage, ate.  -  to any part of th������ city     -  Any Kistd of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders'* left" at K. Ici^Smytho'a'Tobaeoo  tore, or by Telephoue No. 7 will recolf e prompt  ttentlon. .- r  ':>1  ���������7,1  ���������Jas. I. Woodro'w  Retail Dealer in���������  . Beef,?PoJPky  MuttonyEto.  Fish Wd -Gaii* in! S^i'....  All orders promptly ailed.  ama)  t y/i>  ^j������j������,������jr������.gJ������.������.g,������1������J������b>^^  -  *       The Smelting Centre of the Similkamecn Valley.     Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coarcohVpanies and'the'Copper arid'Kennedj'Mouritaih Mines.  ; Surrounded by the following resources:    Coal, g*fd; copper,.siUer and a fine agri  cultural country. Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a climate almost "southern  and all that cduld be asked. ^ ' -     ; -    " "   "  'f ASHNOLA is owned and ba"cked by the payroll of the Similkameen Valley Co.il  Company,   Ltd.,  which is a, guarantee in itself of its success , The equipment and development'1 of their coal mines, installing  of water, electric light .uid power plants are already arranged for. The development of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine by the Eastern .Capitalists who.have established their payi oil at ASHNOLA, makes it the  coming city of the interior of British Columbia.  -   ' i '.  i - ..--.    *���������*.*.. .* "r *.   '. y .  City of Wonder, Progress and Ci eat Prosperity  Lots in Ashnola are safe investments. In Blocks 1 to t ilnd'13 to 20 the price will he advanced_2oc.  per'month until May 1st, 19J2, and to ten per cent.* in the remaining blocks. TheCpresent piice'is from $50 to  $225     Twenty-five percent, cash, three, six'aud'nine months without, interest.  Arrangements are already, completed forjEight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  thecompany at\Ashnolw.    This work will he_. under full headway by May 1st. -  Four yeais ago the Crow's NesfSliaves.could bo bought and were sold afc.ll cents. Today they <ue_  quote I at $30.00. With the advent of transportation. Similkameen y.-illey Coal-"can be delivered at uny  point in West Knoteiviy oif Yale a's cheaply as by any other'Compaiiy in Canada. ���������-   '           ���������        '-,-;"       t '      ��������� .:.     -% : -'. -    *>��������� *      - -   __*_ .   FOR FURTHER "PARTICULAR'S APPLY- TO  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,   LIMITED.   NELSON, B. C. 1-  ���������i*  THE TOWNSITE DF:  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo-.--Lots on Sale-  BUY BEP'ORE' YOLPSLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is thev Terminus " of * th'e- proposed  surveyed  Railway   already  via the Lardeau-Creek "with, fork to that point.  -CIRCLE"CITY is beautifully, situated.at the base of  the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  > - * , " L   .  CIRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded"-, by    Mining   Properties   now   under  < ,j ~   _        Development.-      ,.-' :   . >"./   . .  Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  'SEND''FOR ^PARTICULARS AT ONCE  -<TO -THE, GENERAL AGENT, .  U. B. B&THQ,  Ferguson, B. G.  ..Notice.  NOTICK IS HEREHY GIVEN thai  thiity days after date.I intend to apply to  the Honorable the.Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works lor permission lo cut  and carry away timber from the following  clesei ibed lands : ,    Commencing at a post planted on the  south side of the Columbia River, about  one mile below the mouth of Canoe River,  and marked " Maude Skene's "North-East  Coi nei Post;-' '-'ihence ".south So chains;  thence west So chains; llience nortii .So  chains; thence east lo the point of commencement.  MAUDE.SKENE.  Dated this 291I1 clay of April, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai  thirU days after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands .incl^Wpi-ks for. permission to cut  and carry away tiinber froni the following  described lands,:''���������'-���������-.    ' :  Commencing: at"a post plaiitcd 'on' the  soutli bankrbf lhe Columbia River, about  one mile below the mouth of Canoe River,  and marked " Henry Lovew ell's Norlh-  West, Corner l'ost;" thence south _ 80  chains; thence east So chains; llience  1101 th So chains; thenee west So chains lo  the point ol" commencement.  HENRY  LOVEWELI..  Daled this 291I1 day ol* April, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai  thiity days after dale I intend to make  application lo the Honorable the'Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  special, license 10 cut and cany away  timber fioni the following* desciibed  lands :  I onimcncing al a post marked V Ci. B.  Nagle's South-East Corner Post, planted  on the north bank of the Columbia River,  one mile west ofthe mouth of Canoe River;  thence 1101 lh So chains; thence west So  chains: thence south. 80 chains; thence  east 80 chains to the point of commencement.  G.  B. NAGLE.  Dated_ this 29th day of April, ��������� 1902.     .     ,  Notice.  "NOTICE-IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirtj days afterdate I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chiel" Commissioner,, of  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the following- described lands :  Commencing' at a post planted on the  noith bank of the Columbia Ri.cr just  above- the mouth of Canoe River, and  marked "Fred Robinson's South-East  Corner Post;" thence noith 80 chains;  thence west So cliains; thence south 80  chains; thence east 80 chains to the point  of commencement.        ���������* .    .  KRED ROBINSON. _  D.ited this 29th day of Apiil, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ot  Lands and Works for a special.license to  cut and cany a\v.iy timber from the-^fol-  lou ing" desciibed lands : '   _  Commencing al a posi* planted, on-the"  east side of the Columbia River, about two  miles above the mouth of Wood River, and  maiked " Fied. Robinson'**. ~South-West  Corner Post"; Ihence easU 160 chains;*  thence north 40 chains; thence west 160  chains; thence south 40 chains to the point  of commencement.  FRED ROBINSON.  Dated this 29II1 day of April, 1902.  nsroTioiE  N'TICH IS HEREBY GIVEN tliftt 30 days  after date, I Id tend to make applic ntion tn the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol Lands  aud Works Ior a special licence to fell and  carry away timber from Uie following" described lands.j^ ,  No. 1. 7  Commencing at'a post planted about' 00  chains'north of St. Leon Ilot Sprint,'** oil the  Arrow Lakes and marked J. T. toutli nal corner, thenee east 100 chain** *, thence nortli 10  chains; thencev.ei*1160chains; thence  south  40 chains to place of commencement.  .;\, tA  ���������*        -.     , , ~      * -a    i_o l *** -���������  ;; -   , No.l-*'*-^���������-*-������   ������*������������������'  Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles  south from the mouth of Deep creek i* t ttalcua  Bay, Arrow Lakes, marked i. v.. and-, bcipg  about,6 chains east of T.H.D '���������> south ucFt corner post: thence west8<] chains ; thence south  80 chains; thence ea.st 80 chains,; tlicnce north  W chains to place of commencement.     , -  Nelson, B. C, March 3rd, 1902.  .. JAMESA.TAYIOt,.  L<~������i*.-f\ i.'tzz'j,^..~,j 'Afi"-:j;Arrowhead. a,  ZCsTOTiaE  TAKE NOTICE that GO dajs after date I  intend to apply to thc Uluel Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase a  piece of land described as follons -  Commencing- at a post marked T\ J ' olil-  smitlrs No 1 post, thence south 10 chains ;  thence eu**t 40 chains ;*theuce north 40 (hums;  Ihcnce west 40 ehaius, to pointof commencement���������lbtl acres more or less this land was  staked bv J. n.. McKen-'le last* June. Ifns a  purchase- No. 1 post hhout 100 feet fiom Goldfinch trail and about 200 feel up hill, th'* cast  line tollon lug Fish Jt^ver. ~f  ", Located' February 20,1902. .  *"   ���������    *" F. J. GOT.DSMITIf,  i.   li     ..i L ..A  .���������.. J*.-f-j Goldticldi. B. C.  i'-t- NOTICE.  Certificate of Impveroments.  - NOTIC:E!  Buttc.'"SIlvor BowVan'il" Blnck'-Diamond  Mineral Claims, s mate in the Lardeau Mining  Divliion of West. ootciiav District.  Where Located: Near the Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.   - .,-  TA.vE NOTICE" "thot I.i-At'P.'' CuiiTiiitn*s" ns  Agent for the iDoublo^Eaglc^Mining and Development Company,- Limited, of Ferguson,  B.C,* tree Miner's" Certificate* Kb.- SI ,8.">1.  intend, sixty days from the-'dnto hereof, to  apply to tbo .Mining Fccorder for a Certlllcate  ni Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.        *    ������������������',  ,  And iiirtherTake Notice that action, "timle .  fectlon 37, must be commenced before thc  Isstmneeol such Certificate of linprovementK  ] atcd thin tnent}-th!rd day ol January, A.D.  IX-J.. '    '  A.P. CUMMINS, F.L.S.  >*b. 0���������tf - ���������>      .   '  TAKE NOTICE that CO' days 'after date  _ ���������intend to apply to_the Chief Comroifc**ioncr_  of Lands and works for permission to cut and  carry awav tiinber from the lollovwng xiei,-  oribed lanaKi'^^'O.'-jix.'.fV.vr-^���������<*>*���������������jCf_:_. ,.*. . *  Commencing at a post marked Poser F.  Porrj's southeast corner post situate about 2U0  feet trom Scott Creek, thence west 111 chains;  thence north lew chains; thence cast lOrhain**:  thchc6 south 160 chains, to"*the'placo or com-*  nieucemcnt; containing 040 acres.  ROGER F. PERRY.  Goldiields. B _C, Oct_17i.h,1901.       (<-ov. 0-tf.  It-TOTtta-EL  Certificate of Improvements.  1TOTIOB  Morning Star. U alms, Sea l.ion nnd Bonan/a  Mincialclmnis,'Situate in tne I.ardeau Mining  Divl-ion of West'Kootcnm District Wliere  located: On Mcnhcnul* Creek, nenr Fish  Kner.  TAKE NOI in: that T.F'C Green, acting ns  agent for 'Annus .lcKa\, r. ~M C. Ii -12005, and  J. B. McKenzie, 'Free >i*ner*s Certitieate No.  H .120Jo, intend, sixt> da\s from the date hereof,  to apply to thc.Mimng Kecordorforv crtiticntci  of Impro\einouts. for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Giants of the above claims.   '  ,  ;And further take notice that action, under  section .17. must be commenced belore ti e  issuance of siu li Certificates of .Improvements  Dated thi*! f|r������t day of March, l'J02, A I).  i F.C. GKEEN,  *;   -   ���������~----���������- ~ t ~~ "per FtS. C;t  Notice.  NOTICE IS/HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty day's after date I intend to apply to  the* Honorable ihe Chief Commissioner of  Lands ancl Works for.a special* license to  cul and cany away timber from'the follow-  iiijf described lands :'  Commencing; at a po.st ])lantcd on the  east side ofthe Canoe River and alongside  of the Canoe River trail, about one mile  abo\e thc mouth ef llaivcj Creek, and  marked " C. R. Skene's South-West  Coniei Post;" thence noith So chains;  thence west'So chains; thence south So  chains; thence east So chainsto the point  of commencement.  C. R. SKENE.  Dated this 1st day of May, 1902.  Notice.  . NOTICE IS HKKHllY GIVEN- that  thirty days, afier date I intend to apply  to the Honorable tho Chief -Commissioner of LandM and 'Wor.ks for a special  license to cut'atid curry away timber  from the following described lands;  Commencing at. a post planted on  the e.ist hank of the Columbia; River  about, two miles nbove the mouth of  "Wood Kiver, and marked' "Olivia  HobiiiMin's North-West Corner Post;"  thenPc htiiith 10 chains; thence east 1(H)  cliains; thence north -10 chains; thence  west KiO chains to the point of  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON,  Daled this 20th day of April, 1002.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirl v days after dale I inlend 10 apply to  the Honoiablo the Chief Commissioner of  1-ands and Works for a special license to  cut and eai ry aw.iy limber from the following described lands:  Commenciiii.; at a post planted on the  west bank of the Columbia River, just  below the mouth of a Jarg-e creek al out  one half mile above Peterson's Ranche,  and marked " Henry Lovcwell's South-  East Corner Tost; thence west 80 chains;  thence north So chains; thence east So  chains, more or less, to the bank of the  Columbia Ri\or; thence folio wing ' the  bank oi'the Columbia River to the point 01  commencement.  HENRY I.OVEWEI.L.  Dated this 5th day of May, 1902.  *. Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days lifter dateLintend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner (if I.a'nd.sana Works foraspecial  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted.on  the west bank of the Columbia River,  about one quarter of a mile below the  mouth of Seven Mile Creek, about six*  miles above Death Rapids and marked  "Maude Skene's South-East Corner  Post;" thence "*west 80 chains; thence  north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains,  more 01* less to the west bank of the  Columbia River; thence following the  bank of the Columbia. River to the  point of commencement.   "''  MAUDE SKENE. *  Dated this Sth day of May, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  30 days after date I inlend to apply to the  Honorable the Chief Commissionerof Lands  and Works for permission to cut and carry  away timber froni.the following described  tract of land in West Kootenay:  *"* Commencing at a post marked "John A".  MeMahon's South-West Corner," planted  at a point 160 chains southerly from the  soutli limit of the lands "of the Pittsburg  Syndicate situated nortii of Death _Rapids;  thence cast 40 chains; thence north 160  chains, to the soutli limit of the lands ofthe  Pittsburg Syndicate; thence \vest40 chains,  to the east bank, of the Columbia Ri\er;  thencesouth along the east bank of * said  1 iver 160 chains to the point of commencement.  .    ��������� -    . -  JOHN A. McMAHON.  Dated M ty 5th, 1902.        - .-  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that'30  days after date I intend to apply to the  Honorable thc Chiel Commissionerof Lands  and Works for permission 10 cut and carry  away timber from the following-described  lands in West Kootenay:.       ,   - ' -  Commencing at a post marked' "E. L.  MeMahon's North-West .Corner*'- planted  on the east bank ofthe Columbia''. River al  the south-west comer of-the tiinber limit  held by Henrietta McMahon under special  license; thence east 40 chains; thence south  160 chains; thence west 40 chains, to the  east bank of the Columbia River; thence  north along the east bank of the said river  160 chainsto the point of-.commencement.'  E. L. McMAHON. .  Dated May 5th, "-1902.      ���������  CAN'T SECURE  SERVANTS  "3STOTIOE.  Nelson, B C  Certificate of Improvements.  r . 1   .~2sroa?io=B  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.**  To John T.'iloore or to an>onc to whom he  in*y have transferred his. interests ln the  Oilman Fractional mineral claim,'situate  lu the 1 ardcau.Mt_.lng Division.  <-'  You are hereby notified that I expended the  ���������turn or one hundred and  seven  dollars und  fifty cents (SI07.50) in labqr and. lnoney.on the  beforeinentloned mineral claim, in 'order to  hold said mineral claim under Section 2*1 of the  Mineral Art; and if within 'ninety days (UO)  from tbe date'of* this-notice,'you fail to contribute your proportion of suoh-expenditure,  together  with all costs of advertising, y .ur  interest in baid mineral claim-will become the  1 ropertyof the undersigned, under Section 4  01 an Act  entitled- Au  Act  to  amend the  Mineral Act, 1900." .-���������*.'.,'���������*   "  ���������  Dated' at comaplix, B. c.,   this 15th day  of  April. A. D., 1902.  JOSEPH BEST,  Co-OWnor.  TAKE NOTICE.tlmt wi>.iluys alter.date I  intent, to apply to the Chief Commissioner ot  Lands and \Yorlcs for, pcrmlnion to purchase  the following described hinds: .'   - t-  vComiiienclnt; atu post marked "P.*Mi*Adnnis'  o. 11'oit," situate cloiu to the old line of  Hill >t llruntford'H pre-emption, n*h ".Ireek,  tlienee north 40 chains, thence v.-esf-ii chains,  thenceHOtith 40 chains, thence cast 'JO^ciiaius  to point of commencement.     ', ,  .* Goldiields, Jan. 18th, l'JO'J. >,        ,~\  t   -    " E. McAliAM.  NOTICE '  NOTICi:���������1hatsi\l> diij-Hnftcr dntc I intern!  , to npplv to the Chic! Commissioner of  Lands and works for permission* to'purciui-e  8.-0acres of land sltuntcon thc-'Northciist Arm  of Arrow Luke, III the District of W - - -ICootenay li C, and described as follows.  Commencing from S.W. corner. '('liu,  thence North nntroiiomlcal 'JO chn.fi, ��������� nil/nee  West 80 chains; theuce South 111) eh Ills approximately; thence won chains .Mirth-  Kastcrly ts point of commencement.  '   , , ,      , FKED..ROBINSOX. ,  Icb. thrlt  "   ^     '      c. r! SkESE, Asd t.  Th������ Cl-tvcbutd Md_!Brttl8h C?lu,n|jia_  Mining Company, Limited.  MOTicE iahorcby.glven that .the 'head offices  of_*Th������ Cleveland and British Col-  umWa.'Mlnlitg OprnMi-iy, .Limited, have  been moved from Rosslahd to Rcvelstobo, B.C.  April 18-lm  V"  FARWELL  ESTATE.  The choice-IaHd;rriorth'rbf<:track,- ���������  between Tapping's and Long's,'will  ' ���������'^\M$!Si,^^^%^7^a..*3 '7:7  poisitSie."^"7~y ~A'--L ���������������������������'��������� ������������������--��������������������������� ��������� .*'���������  *--  JfebM. *PROAT,   VIOTORIA,   B. O.  *~     '*-p. O.BOX, 426.  Jf  tJOTIOE.  TAKE XOTICE that sl\ty days'after date I  Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Morks for liennis-don to pur  chase a parcal of lamLdcscribed as follons:  Commencing at a post marked Alice I'errv N  No. 1 Post; thence west '20 chains; thence  North 40chalns; thence Ka-a20chains; thence  South 40 chains to point of commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of K.  F. Perrs's pre-emption,lollowinc MuKcnzie's  North-west Line,; containing about 60 acres,  more or less.  ALICE PfcRUY.  Goldiields, Nov. 27, 1901. .   Dcc4*lm  Centre Star and Eiening Stnr Mineral  Claims.bituateiu the l-ardeau Mining DiiKion  ol \\ Cit Kootenay District Wnere located :  On Menhenick creek, n.'ar Fibh Kner. |    ���������  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green, Hcling as  agent for J. II. McKenzie, Free Miner's Certificate Xo. II :!JU23, intend, sixty dajs from lhe  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Keeorder  orCertllieales of Improvements, for the purpose 01 obtaining Cronn Grants of thc abo\e  claims.  And further take notice thnt anion, under  i-cctlon .'.", must bo^ commenced before the  IssiiaiKC of inch Certilltates of iinpruveineuts.  I)������li"l this lirsldaj of March. 1902, A. I).  T. C.liKK'X,  per I-, f* C ,  Nelson. B. C.  Certificate of Improvements.  Ued 1-ox and liidge Mineral Claims, situate  in the Lardeau Mining Di\i<*ion of West Kootenay llistrict. 1\ here located : On Menlienick  Creek  neur Fi**ii Hher.  T.\ KE XOTICE that I, F. C Green, acting as  ngent lor Angus McKay, Free Miner's Certificate Xo H32005. intend, sivty da^** from the  date hereof, to appl> to the Mining Keeorder  fur Certi!ieate������of Improvement**, for the pui-  po=e ol obtaining Crown Grants of.the alxiie  claims.       *���������  And further take notice that action, under  section 17, must be commenced before the  Issuance of'���������uch Cerliiicatesof Iniprceincnts,  Dated this first dav of March, 1902, A. D.  .   r. C. GREEN-.  per F S C ,  Xelson, B. C.  1 tho tindei'sigiipd intend sixty dnys  after date to apply to the Chief (Join*  inissinner.of Lands and Work", for  pei'ini-ssion to cut and carry away  timbeiufrotii���������the-fulliiwing^de-jcriiiea  lands: Commencing at '.*i post  planted on' the west side of the  Columbia River one mile below  Boydb Ranch, begining at, said post  running Jn a westerly, diiection 10  chains tlfence nortii 100 chains ��������� thence  east SO chains to Columbia River thence  along Columbia River' 100 chains to  place ol commencement.���������"   -  D.ited this :jid day of May, 1002.  A. J5dg.tr.  Notice.  NOTICI:* IS HRREBY GIVRN" that  thirty days after date I intend to apply  to the Houoialtle llie. Chief Commissioner of L'inds and Works for 11 special  license lo cut and cat iv away timber  from tin* following described lands:  Commencing at .1 post planted on  the east bank of the Canoe Rivet,  about four miles up from its mouth  and marked "C. R. Skene's Noith*  West Corner Post; ** theuce east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  west 80 chains; thence noith 80 chains  lo thc point of commencement.  C. R. SKENE,  Dated tbis 1st day of May, 1002.  NOTICE. ,. .  Engineers, Firemen, Machinists and  Electricians send for -10 page pamphlet'  containing questions .asked by, Ex  amining Board of.Enginei-rs. to obtain  Engineers license. Address Geo.'A.  Zeller. Publisher. 18 S. -ith St.. St.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.  *  Sealed. Tenders. . , ,  SEALED TENDERS addressed .to'the undersigned will be received until the 10th*��������� day  of May, 19U2, at Vi o'clock, noon,' for the 'orcc*'  tion and com ilction ol an Oddfello.is' llall at  '1 rout.Lake,- B. C -   -_-w _ ,: j.r. _    _  Plans and specifications can i,e seen at the  Windsor Hotel, Trout Lake, fr *m the 1st to the  1'nli day of .May.  'Iho.'loucst or'any tender, not necessarily  accepted. ^  ) ���������':,      ������������������-'-' ij. h. CURRIE! Secretary.  Trout Lake, Ii. C-, April ISth, 1902.  Hon. J. H.   Turner  Interviews  ;Hori. Mrs. Joyce on  Domestic  Servant Question.   Wages to  -Be From $15 a Month Up.  Hon.  J.  II.  Turner, agent   general  for British  Columbia, wilting to th������s  Bureau    of   Provincial * Information.  from London," under"dn.te of April 25,  says he attended th'e annual  meeting  of ihe British   Women's  Emigration  iis'sot-iation on the day previous.   Lord  Selborne presided and   the   speakeis  were     Lords      Strathcona,     Brassey  and     Lemeiigton    and    Mr";  Turner.  who    explained    the    necessities    of  Biitish   Coluinliia   iu   the   nutlet*   of  domestic servants.  * Hon. Mrs. Joyce,   president   of. the  association, informed Mr. Turner that ���������  she thought ihe could secure  a good  number    of    reliable   girls   of' good  character,   if   places   were   found for  tin-in  iu  advance on suitable terms tin  to wugss.   She thought the minimum  wage  should   be   $15   a   month,   tbe  employer to advance at least $50 of the  passage money, a   portion   of  which  would be retained out of the monthly  wages for a   year, but  to   return   th������  amount  so   retained at the end of the    -  year.    Wages of girls with exceptionally, .good   recommendations    to'.bc*  higher.s.ty up to $25 a month nnd good    . '  cooks up to $'30,  Continuing, Mi*. Turner sayi:   -  "Mrs. Joyce is, however, desirous to -   *  introduce . into    Brilish      Columbia   --  women   of a somewhat  higher  class,'  suc-l^ as daughters of   business   nieii,  farmers, etc. Tliere ate'establishments *  in England for these now, at whieh no-  ser\'a_nts are kept, all the woik being  done by these girls and they are'th'ere  taught everything in the way of housekeeping.. They go out in. parties',and  in    Australia   and  Africa-there   are  hostels for ..them, at which  they lire,  going  out  daily, to cook and do other'_  household    work,   hut    teturniug   at  night to   the   boslel.    In -addition   lo  these, Mrs.  Joyce is anxious to send  out lady hglps;.these, of course,  would  expect to.Iive withthe family.    Thny    -  would be very capable housekeepers,  etc. ..This class. Mold her, were not in  my opinion, likely.to suit, though it is ���������  possible.lhat some families might not   --  object t o them.' She says that one class  of this latter class, nuisery governesses  are much liked in  some countries,  as  they look after the childretf and give    .  early.itistruction." Any girls going out   -  would hn in charge of a matron," and -  should, she  thinks,   be   consigned' to   '  Mrs. Skinner, Vancouver,  who  would  arrange for their signing agreements,  etc.   *'"������������������.'  "1 may say that there is really niiich  difficulty in'gettingservants'here now.  The 'A. B. C.  company���������Lyons k Co.; ��������� ���������*  and the Tea Table- Co,  have at" least"."'"  2,500  employed   tind there are lots" of " ���������  other similar, companies. -Then, there"...*  are the new afternoon tea houses at  the   West*   End,- dozens'   of    them  employ ing each 10 to 20 girls���������and the"''  iiinumerab'.e   small restaurants,  railway stations, .bars, etc..'-The girls like  these places;" they,  at "some,  get tips  a'nd at the larger places, have evenings  out,,  jEven    those    in    houses   now  expect to go out frequently and..their * j  wages 'are   much  higher' than j they,  were.     Instead   of  being ������10 to ������18.  a-vear, they get from ������15 to ������38 ond .  cooks' higher;      In   grand    'establishment*?,, still higher and little work  to-  JSTOTIGE  NOTICE !< hereby given that 30 dajs a.'ter  date I Intend to apply to the chief Com-  mlsslonerol Lauds and norlcs for i>crmi*>bion  to cutand carry nv.ay timber Irom the following described lands:���������Commencing at a po**l  at the .south-east corner otatogci;._li'..I*crryN  pre-empt Ion, Smarted "Southeast .'corner of  ilmberllmlt applied Tor by'P. J." Odlrtsmlth";  thence went -10 chains; thence north ICQ chain*;;  thence east 40 chains .to Fish Creek; thence  following themeanderings of Fish Creek ���������ICO  chains to poiut of commencement; containing  640 acres, more or less.  F.J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomson's Landing, October 16th, 1901.  Sealed Tenders."  Sealed Tenders "addressed to the  undersigned will be received >-up lo  noon on Monday, the 12lh of May, HJ02,  for tbe election of a dwelling. Plans  and specifications can be seen at the  office of the undersigned. The lowest  or any tender " not necessaryily  acceptedi  F. li. Lewis.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  S.TUATK   IN. THE   KEVhLSTO   E  MINING  Division of West Kootenay'Dislrict.  Where  Located*.     On -Ketstonc Mountain,  Hig Hcnd,near Donnie Creek.  TVKK NOTICF. that I. Geo. S. MeCarter  acting as agent for J D. Graham, Free Miner's  Certificate So. P.* 3724 and for W. H. Vickeri.  Free Miner's Certilicate No. 00821, intend 60  davs from the date hereof to, apply to the  Mining Uecorder for Certificates of Improve-"  nieniH for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claims.  ���������"; AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action  under Section 37, mustbe commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate ot Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of February, A.D. 1902.  Fe" n-it ' tw. S. MeCarter.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirtv d.i>s after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for a special license ,to  cut and carry away timber from thc foi  lowing- described lands : ������  Commencing- afa - post planted on the  east bank ofthe Canoe! Riyerji about four  miles up "froni lts*-ri.outi>,l a'nd marked  "Olivia: (Robinson's'.-North-East Corner  Post"; ,lhcnce���������west 8o chains; thence  south Sochains; tlienee .east.. 8o chains;  t hence nortli 8o "chains' "to the point of  commencement.  .,..-, OLIVIA RQBINSON. ,  Dated this 1st day of May, 1902.  TENDERS FOR; SIDEWALK  CONSTRUCTION.  CEALED TENDERS addressed*;to, the  ^ undci'sijrhcil aiul endorsee! "Sidewalks"  will be received up to noon of Friday, May  231 d, for tjie.eonsti'uolioii of sidewalks-and  crossuijjs'within.tlieCilju Tenderers will  e/ive fl separate price'on sidewalks and  crossings*^ "Climber,wil) be supplied tby tlie'  corporation; liiit nails 'and labor,:,by tin*'  I'ontiactor. Plans elc. may be seen at my  ollice. ������������������ .    . -  No lender noces'aiil} accepted."1 *  '      - U E. SHAW.  City Cle; 1*.  Revelsloke May 13th, 1902.' ���������,       "--*  Wright Porritt  Is to be found at his Photographic   Studio   in   the  Tapping' Block /daily dnr-.  ii'Vofllce hours.    "        (  do.   The housemaid won't clean the  kitchen; tbe kitchen maid won't clean *  '  ' (        ...       .    1     *  the boots; another won't clean 'win-  -        *     -  . .        1  . ������  dows and tbe cook is the lady of tlie  kitchen, but won't clean it, so you can  1 .1 . .       ,  easily see the difficulty."���������   -  Wright Porritt  ��������� ' B. C. Medical Council.  ' The examinations of the BritUh  Columbia Medical council were con-"  eluded yesterday and the result! were  announced last -evening. Those who  passed are: Doctora J. A. Gillespie  (Bishops' College).' R. F. Greer (Trinity):  S. ii.- llarvie, (McGill); R. H. Ker,  (Mi-Gill); E. .P. Patteison. (McGill):  tXV. II* Sutherland (McGill); W. Tanner  (Toronto); G. H. Tutill, (Bishops').  As,yet these gentlemen lTave not all  decided where they'will locate their  -,| pi uclices! but it is reported  that Dr.  Tanner will return to Moosomin, N.W.  T.,    Dr,   Rogers   to Chemainus,   Dr.  Uarvie   will   go   to   Cranbrook,    Dr.  Gillespie to Cumberland,  Dr.  Ker  to  Ferine and Dr. Greer to Steveston.  Revelstoke, B. C.  E. MOSCROP. ...  Sanitary Plumbing-. Hot' Water  And Steam Heating, Gas  .    ..-'t. pittin    *  ���������I    Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  An Up-to-Date Railroad.  The Pennsylvania railroad has put  in service'������train lighted by.electricity,  generated by storage batteries under  each car. The present batteries will  supply lights for 12 hours and other  improvements are expected to b������  made whereby batteries can be put in  that will furnish light for 24 hours. BB  V.  WALLPAPERS  We have them in all  the new designs for the  year. See our samples  if you are going to  paper.  Canada Drug & Book (o  BIRTHS  EiiicKsos��������� At Revelstoke, on the 15th  inst.. to Mr, and Mrs. K. Erickson,  a. son. ���������  "NAME ON   EVtBV  PltCE."  5sswmmmmmmw?w?wmw?mmm5  When Spring Tints are Desired  and Economy U Advisable.  NOTES OF NEWS  ���������Fresh Groceries at A.   N. Smith's.  Sam Sutherland returns to Ferguson  in lhe morning.  Chief-Justice Gordon Hunter is in  the city today.  ���������Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  .Miss McCallum of the city is visiting  bur sister Mrs. -Edson at Fergusou.  ���������Fresh consignment ot* pure maple  ������vrup at C.B. Hume k Co.   .  The Ottawa ��������� House prorogued on  Wednesday afternoon at H o'clock  ���������Christie stitt hats. - the newest  styles.    C.B. Hume & Co.  ��������� Jas. Cummings, a well known  holelman of Ferguson, was in the city  yeslerday.  '  Mrs. Diamond of Comaplix and her  mother Mrs Gibbon are visitors in the.  city. *      ' '  ���������Hive you seen , those . light  colored hats? ���������'. They are butes. C. B.  Hume & Co.  Dave and Pete Ferguson left  yeslerday for Ferguson after a couple  of days in the city.  The seventh annual convention of  Christian Endeavorers met at New  "Westminster on May 13th.  A special song service has been  arranged by the choir of the Methodikt  church for Sunday.  ���������A few choice bloiii* lengths still  left and will be sold at cost,' at the  Madison Parlors.  D. McCarty'has the contract for the  erection of a two storey house for F.  Lewis, insurance agent, Kevelstoke.  Thc national biennial gathering of  the Knights of Pythias will be held in  San Francisco, Aug. 10th to 20th.  Wanted.���������A dining room girl for  Hotel Ferguson, - Ferguson, B. C.  Apply to A.J. McDonell, Hutel Kevelstoke.  XV. M. Brown returned un Thursday  from a. visit to friends in Southern  Oregon and the coast cities.  ���������Large assortment of ladies, gent's  and chiidrens cashmere and tollon  hose at C. B. Hume & Co's. ���������  In the absence of Kev. Mr. Ladner,  E. Wilson wiU'conduct the service in  l he Methodist church Sunday morning.  The Australian Governor passed  through Thursday morning on his  way to England to attend the coronation.  . ���������Baby Carriages and.Goo Carts, in  great variety at the Kevelstoke  Funiture Co.  Dr. A. G. Hopkins, V.S., of Manitoba  has ��������� been appointed" Veterinary  Quarantine officer for Canada, witli  head offices in Glosford.  Six Swiss guides arrived at New  York last Saturday.- The guides have  been engaged by the C.P.R .for service  iu the Kockies along the main line.  Chocolates  J  We have lately imported Q������  * the   choicest varieties of VR? |  y the above   in   bulk,   and  are selling at  Z5c. per It.  Highest Award  at the World's Fain  Red (ross  =- Drugstore  Powers' packing camp at Kaslo was  overwhelmed by a land slide on May  Sth. A pack train had just come iu  and twenty pack horses were lined up  and being unloaded when a slide half  a mile in length came down. Most of  the men- ran to an old tunnel for  refuge, but a * blacksmith named  Di*u/Ias and two - other men were  carried away.' Douglas was killed and  the other two badly injured. * $6,000  worth'of .property was damaged.     *��������� -  Mr. Randolph Bruce, manager of  tbe Selpbine. mine, Windei-inere and  M.M. Fli'ik, P.L.S., managing direclor  of "the Welmer Townsite Company  North East Kootenay c.ime in with  the west hound train ou Friday nijzlit  and left on Saturday morning southwards bound for Rossland. They  report prosperous' times uheud for  north east Ki o enay. J Peterborough,  'ts moat flourishing town, since il  ceased' to exist under lhal'name and  became Weilmer, has gone ahead  rapidly. The only newspaper published in that district���������the Outcrop���������  has now its home, there. Five  steamboats now ply on the Upper  Columbia river, bringing in freight for  Weilmer, and taking out the products  of its mine. A regular stage- now  runs between it and Cranbrook and  within a few weeks' there will le  telephone communication with Cranbrook, the company operating the  telephones having decided to make an  entrance to the Windermere district.  Several ranchers, with their families  have come in and taken iip sections  of land suitable for mixed farming:  There being a big market for pioduce  of all kinds in the neighborhood whicli  already contains four rising towns.  Windermere -district has long been  famous for its fine crops of grain _and  roots, and splendid herds of cattle  which have hitherto gone southward  and the markets there. All anticipators point to North K ist Kootenay  going rapidly ahead this summer.  Perfect Oodds  at Fair Cost  We can alwayfe 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.  <3-"ELEA.T  I   Clearance Sale  OF ALL OUR  Chiidrens'  Boys',  and Youths'  CLOTHING  <*���������*���������  ���������E King's Union Made  ������^ Boots for 'Men  gfc- 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  ������r COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL  % TAYLOR & GEORGE  ^ MACKENZIE AVENUE.  4^. Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To   "          !^5  fiuiiiitiitimuuitiiuiuiiuttuiuitiiuiiz  out   the   Baby  the Revelstoke  ���������Come and pick.  Carriage you need, at  Kuyaiture Co.  "frank Cowan, who has been working  a copper property on Vancouver  Island this' winter, returned to the  cily yesterday en route to Ferguson:  A meeting will be held in No.  2 fire  hnll at S o'clock ou  Tuesday evening,  for the purpose of forming a -lacrosse  _club.-=- All-in terested-are-req ties ted-= to  attend.  Wanted.���������Situation by a woman as  rook in a ruining camp or hotel.  Mining camp prefeired. Reference*  furnished. For further information  apply at this office.  C. W. McCrossan of the Metroplitan  group is expected at Ferguson this  week, Work ou the Triune group will  be started as soon as Mi*. McCrossan  arrives there.  XV. M. Brown, ex-Mayor of  Revelstoke, was in the c.ly this  morning. Hts has been in Southern  Oregon visiting relatives and left .for  home lhis afternoon.���������Vancouver  Province.  The local tenderers on the government drill hall are anxiously waiting  lor word from the officials at Ottawa,  a.s to whether it is the intention to go  ahead with the work or not.  Mrs. James Dunsniuir, wife of Hon.  .Iiiineii Diinsmuir.iirrivtid from Victoria  ibis morning nccomranied by Miss  IltiiiMiuiir. Mrs. and Miss Dunsinirir  a tr en rniilv to England to attend the  coi (million ceicmoni's. Viininuvt-r  Piovince.  Recently one of the largest immigia-  lion I rains of the season reaclu-d  Calgary. It consisted of forty three  car*, of live slock and settlers effects,  three tourist coaches, a day coach and  a baggage van*. Making in all a. trai i  of ovei- a third of a mile in length.  ���������Vegetable and Flower Plants 25c.  per doz. Cabbage, Celery. Lettuce,  Tomatoes, Cauliflowers, Candytuft,  Dranthus, Asters, Verbena, Petunias,  Sohelia. Marigold, Phlosc, Sunflower*,  Coreopsis. Nasturtum, Chrysanthemum Ste. per dozen. Cabbage $1 per  UK).     J. Maley, Re/elstoke.  The Sydney sewerage, telephone  and excavating laborer* have recently  been dying at an abnormal rate. A  commission of expert*, report that  the disease is "dust phthisis/produced  by hammering, drilling and picL-.ixe  work. Labor laving machinery i.s  recommended and plenty of ventilation, also that the men should work at  least eight feet apart.  InTOTICB.  T, the undersigned, intend M0 days  after date to apply to the Chief Com*  missioner of-I-ands and Works, for a  special licence to cut and carry away  timber from the following described  lands: Commencing at a post  planted on the west side of the  Columbia River one mile below  Boyd s Ranch, and marked A. Edgar's  south east corner post, thence running  in a westerly direction 40  chains thence north 100 chains thence  east 40 chains to Columbia Rt ver thence  along Columbia River 160 chains to  place of 'commencement.  Dated this 14th day of May, 1902.  .A. Edgar.  *������0������99������������m������������������������W������HH**������p.*������9'9-������:  COLUMBIA RIVER  ���������KE40R4ALE!  This Ice will be delivered  everv dav at vour door.:  LEAVE VOUR ORDER WITH  THE REVELSTOKE DAIRY. \  m*0m0������������M������*������j*Mf0&������0*������������090m  STATIONERY  FOR LETTER WRITERS.  The use of artistic Note paper  and Envelopes is evidence of  good taste.  Our stock consists of a large  assortment in  LETTER PADS  NOTE PAPER  BOXED PAPETRIES.  Envelopes���������all sizes.  W. BEWS,  Phm.B.  Druggiit ������D(i;.-ilAtloner.  Brown Block.    _   .. Telephone**.  CLEARANCE SALE!!  FURNITURE GOODS must, be sold  at cost  iu  order  to make  room   for  another large car of Furniture, which  ; will lie here shoi Uy,   call  and  see  if  we can't arm* ge to supply you.   Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE    CO'Y.  X HA-VIE IT I.  The largest stock of the. latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS; RINGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS,- FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables mo to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  J". G-TTir :b.a.:r,:b"e:r.  '      WATCH HEPAlltING  A   SPECIALTY.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  ���������A-G-ZEJETTS   POB'  Real Estate  ft. P. R. TOWNSITE,  MARA TOWNSITE.  GEKKAKD TOWNSITE.  CAMBORNE TOWNSITE.  Canada Permanent A Western  rINANOAL-4       Canada Mortgage Corporation.  _. Al .tlii \jm.*iL*-i   t Equitable Savings Loan and Building Association.  Insurance  COAL FOR SALE,  /���������Imperial Fire.      Caledonian Fire.   Atlas Flre.  I Canadian Fire.   Mercantile Flre.    Northern Fire.  -' Guardian Fire.   Manchester Fire.   Great West Life.  Ocean. Accident and Guarantee.   Confederation Life  - \.Canadlan Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEY ANCINQ.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Pubii-.  KEVELSTOKE. B. C.  CHAS. Ai. FIELD.  OF ALL.OUR      .-  Men's and  Chiidrens*  Boots, aiid Shoes  This is a Genuine Sale  ���������  and the Goods must be.  sold ' r  AT COST FOR CASH  y  C3-E3STER/-A.L ^MBIfiOH^HTrs:  i f���������  , i  ) ..  Our Ladies  ii.?* * /---.*;: m..  Tapping's Opera  House  AN" EXTRAORDINARY ENGAGEMENT. -  rn i DMiy-tf %j i^ Ci���������%9 in,���������i fy U Z  TIIE LAUGHING COMEDY  SENSATION'0  " TOO RICH TO MARRY "  A Roaring:, Rollicking:, Screaming Comedy  WITH AS INTERESTING PLOT.  XTP-TO-XIATH   SPECIALTIES.  Price*���������50c. and 7Sc.  Scat's on Sale at Canada Drug* & Book Co.  Mt  Is steadily growing-���������irf fact  our Business.'this;Season-is *��������� r  more than double:* -   -   ''-'������������������'������������������ --  -We undonbtedly turn out the -.. -j.  most Styiish and Best fitting* . ���������__  Costumes ever seen in this . .,  City. ' Vl"  We are doing more business *'  than  all   others   combined,* .  because the Ladies know a  good Costume and they talk -    >  . about it- ..     -,        ',  ' ���������'  J. B. CRESSMAN^  LADIES' AND MEN'8 HIGH CLASS TAILOR.  Manning Block,       McKenzie Ave.  Real Estate Bargains  ���������> i  'Good Residence k  Store Building.  Terms���������$1200 cash;  Balance  on -Easy-  Terms.  ������h������ apa 8-Roomed R e s i-  'tPl__������OU dence> with all  modern improvements. A very desirable,property. Terms can be arranged  ���������villi suitable party.  Aaaa 6 Roomed House,  wSfmi with bathroom, etc..  good cellar., W ell  situated for a C. P. R. man.  Easy Terms.  (SH1AAA Plastered House  WlifaUw ' with stone found*-  ^ tion'. Good garden  50x100,feet���������well located. 'This  is a special bargain.      ~   '  (1**6 it Ef A- -*--fine Residence  A11F - jU ���������'~7 ��������� lar8'e * ">iome*  ,P1UJU   and Bath Room*.  .Electric Lighting, garden 60x100  feet.   ' A. _comfortable   , home,  selling at a great sacrifice.  80 acre Farm, about.  5 milesfrom Salmon  Arm Station.' .Best  of soil, good timbet for domestic  uses aud good roads. ' Terms to  the right party.  A Number of Other Real Estate Bargains.  Call and Inspect Our List.  g Revelstoke Smelter Townsite * I  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 terms of pay- ������  ment. ������  lerUflfi;     DDAO     Real Estate Broker*. '  bBnl"3|   DRUft   Financial and Insurance Aganta,  ���������.BCl^-*--'*-*������������������

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