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 yy-  ���������l--/  And  1/  Vol    V.  No    134  REVELSTOKE B. C.    WEDNESDAY,   MAY 21, 3902  $2 OO a  Year in Advance  O  u  R  S  P  E  C  I  A  L  T  Y  ���������  We are th"e_,1arg(sst*,.buyers *  of   GR^CteRIES/ in  the";  North   Kootenay,  ahd are  therefore able to offer the  very best goods   produced  in  thc  world  at, the very,  lowest   prices.*?- ^Although;,  times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very encouraging,  to us. r ��������� - > ������-  This^xe^^haye made  arrangements which win  enable ustogive-our-customers t better ���������*��������� prices than  ever-before.:   :--*.' y  \  W. SOL & K  Shirts  These Shirts' are recognized   to'be   superior to  any made in.' Canada for"  -������ty)e^.9ridrrpurab,htyv  HVe';havenhem in allthe*.  Latest Patterns  JJ* ���������=*   " i? *  v*.-.V **.K.f^%w .>-... ������������������wi.^i-.ii , wr������  Neck Ties   ,  '4-7  The celebrated Currie~Jie.  i^-The' 'Spring "Patterns"  in these Goods have-just'  been -..received, andt for  Beauty'aiid TasteJ excel'  "anything   vet , produced.  ���������by-this- Renowned Firm.  *',    **/*..   < *-**-'*J    (ri*   V*V    .-       "������     ..**  ���������of-Tie.Makers!*������ * *-*���������.* *  l    Hats! Caps!  'The^yor ld-re n o w n eJd .  ^Christie and Fedora Hats  ^A   consignment, in" the  --Latest  Styles ;has; just  -been opened up:  *>^j^-*y^**.__:-^i.-Lj*^_yj';i*:*.'*-.***'-!L-''***x*-c'***' '-'^  ' ** .<^.*M-i^?i>t������t_i2v.^^y_.,j:*^_ iTV-^-t^-luw.*  Underwear  '-FocSpVing and Sumrner.i  A Veil selected consignment of Imported Scotch  ���������and English line, woolen  .Balbriggan and   Fleece-  '.Lined .Underw.car.-just to.  ESGAP  S. S.  GOLDFIELDS  THE CAMP.  :.v-"-  :it  -. .������!"-'-**���������'  M       M ������ *   IU" *   iii.     I**".'  Hosiery  *���������t- -J-v ���������>������������������*;" ������  Ladies-,and Gent's^ Hos-;  iery-'ini Silkf'-'Caslimere,-  and Wool. - 'A" complete  stock of' the-LatestHPat--  terns a^nd Best Quality. ���������'  A carload"?'of; "Assorted  Hardware just opening  up."'*"J"'^ '*'.".*���������'  With His Ship on Fire and Sixteen of His Crew. Dead, the  Captain".Navigated   His Ship  Forty Miles to Safety.  ���������    ,t^  / ,   i.       . *.. < *-.  New Yoik, Miy 10.-The Norton  Line steamer -Etona, , Cnpt.'-;CaiiteIl,  iniived heie*? today fiom the Kiver  Plate" vi.i ,St. Jjiioia: w hei e she_called  'fen'bnnkerto.il on M.iy 10th,-    '   ~"  Al til. Lucia" on May 11th/' said  Captain Cantell, '* I went on-board'the'  Britit.li iheainei  ' KixUl.un '  vi lni.li had  f' sc;aped, fiom the, lenible vblc.imc  V'uptiqns at." Mai Unique* three- days  before"-.-1 The ship was coveted" with a  uiass.of lim* hliieibh giay diist oi ashis  ot ce'menl-like appeaiance". *_. In some  pints iLlay two ii*et deep on tin' decks.  Thih mallet hid fallen xix ,i lot] hut  stale all ovi'i thu slcaiuet', setting lue  to eveiylhuig.it sliuck that was hum-  iihle and' when! it full-On"' tliplmen on  hoaid, luu ned i IV Iimlis and I.tigc  pieifsot llfsli. Tins wa** bhonn '������y  tiniling poi tions ot hiiinaii luinains  tthen the deiks \\em denied"nt tho  deliiis. TheiiKRnigs. lopes. I iip.mlin-,  s.iil_> and awning**,, x*.ne th.iued 01  burned andMiiOot ot the nppei stanchions andJsp.iis','hiid been bwtpi  nveibo.uil oi debtioyed hy ilu* file  Skylights weie bin i*-he<l and minus.  weie filled with \uIl.iiiil dust "  -. ui'A.'visited the captain 'of the Rod-  dam at the hospital at til. Iau ia, \\ liei e  lie i?ave me an atioiuit ot his tei tililc  expciience. He had inst ai lived ami  anchoii'd at St. Pieue, JI.utiiiiqu*3, f.n  Uje inoiiiing ot 'Thnibilay btli. The  capt mi *.\,ib blaniljiig nc.irj.lie atti.in-  iifoilalion 'ladcleiT talking to tlie  vesselb n<?r>rit, who had inmi' on hbaid,  wlien he smv^wlntb upppiired'to lie an  enoinious lil.uk"cloud like a wall unh  p'atdics of fiip'in it, appiom hmg fioni  the land. Wilh it came an iinmen&e  tidal-wa*.e" ot lioilin*^ \v itci actum*  p lined by, as loud,and tcirible noibe.  Hu "sh-inteil, "Take sheltpi,' lo ihe  new. Imiinddiately I lie steainn was  caught * and- losseil'ovci on hei side.  D ukness tell like a pall, anil volutin.-*,  ot led-hoL niattet shmveied " du>\ n  while the air was thii k with biilplmi  cnib Iumes and.dust.~.-i'lie sea uas a  confn*-ed masb' of hoilnig mud. Km*  broke ont^on- different* p uts"of the  bhip.- Scieiims.'gioans .and blionlb ot  agony fiotn the iiijuiocl people, mingled  ,wilh tlf(?-ri'pj.se'^.'.lioiliiig f\valei and  j- jushing,:aii'js������ogj|?ther, with'the falling  flie caused cu^most, Iick-i ible'ton) usiou.  Thib-slio'ik lasted tor'n few ilwniiti'b.  ���������The captinii^of^t he'Rndd.iiii.- knowing  tfiiirfiisVebsei liad bleam, and instantly  lealizing the netesbity- ot escaping  i u.slieil to the oiigincMonni eniiniiatoi.  and signalled below to frtait the  engineb aL full, speed. ~t -,*_? ,-. ).0tt  *������'��������� The* tidal wave 'which had swept  ovei the Roddiim .-ind^neaily cipM/.id  lierT Had* p ii ted the-* table and the  \esbi-l wab adult. When the engineb  started, it was ionnd that the steering  geai . had^'becbine disabled* in some  iiiannei.^.UHl. could . not, bu-woiked.  For moie than an houi the Rodd.mi's  engines woi-kiFd, hacking 'and going  ahead.-withj lhe~hope, ot peeping hei  jyvay^fromnUiTd.^ Once she g"ot dan  geioubly 'luai the bLe.unei Roi gun i.  Both vessels weie in Haines. Some ol  tliObe aboaid jumped into the bulling  water, soiiiei,lell^,dyiiigTtt* -the deck.  All thib Lime .the red-hot in U tn _\\ as  tailing and the wa'.ei w is liisbing and  stejnning deiibe in.ibbos ol \.y>i*i  Smoke and dual tilled the in ,md  poibonous fumes spread about.  " Alter borne time ������the Roildam'b  steeling gear'moved and enabled the  captain to head hen out-to sea and  with, i^onsideiable. diflicully- he man-  agecl'to take her a little'dibldiice liom  the Hlund. -"  '    _  3,., J*Asi';tUe..iiir cleared, *_.the scene on  final d..Lhe,ill fa led Uoddam, .became  appalling. The stieams liom lhe  iiijnred'beciime'"riioie midible. "���������"* Some"  rushed about wilh their clothes on  file and laige pieces of flesh tunned  liom tlieit���������arms. olheib_m agon>;. la>_  iWnlhingTin llie.red vhot dust."- In  about H^o hour's,^ thei a-ir- .become  '(jra'diially clear*.*"' 'Au"K invebti������a(ion  of'the t.ibiialties on boaid showed that  besides the captain, who was tright-  rnlly iiijjitetl. only, two engineeis. Livo  ballots and the boatswain weie able to  do duty. ,. A :-' .: " -'��������� /-li;", '��������� "  ������������������'Fue was still binning.abouL the  Bliip. and lhe tigging-wiis in" flames.  The captain debided In teaih the island  of St. liucia. 15 miles distant. Tins he  biU'teeded in doing by *5i\ ocloikon  the evening ol.Mav 10i h. The steamei  was dtflltult to handle owing to  purttftlly'r disabled - fieri mgv'whiih  .could not be made lo.wcuk piopeily.-  In the lime ociupied on th.s \ojage,  the experience'o'l the sin-vivois* was  still woise-tK'in tlint 'already' gom*  _thtough."~ The bin\u, c.i|it.uii and his  few men lighlingjtlie Uie* and m aided  and (���������xliaiisted,.btiiiggli.d,iiiul woikeu  trying.to do something lo assist tht*it*  dying shipmates. Those wo king  below stripped Lo keep uplhe steiim.  "Theciiptain buffet nig llii'^gicat'est  agony,"'Riitieedi.d 'in ,ii.n,iguting" liis.  vessel safely to the pott oj; Gasttie',  Si. IjUcia; with lS^leatl bodies lying'on  the cleck^. A sailor yood i>y const, nlly  wiphiff the captain's Vyt"*  "I;tliink the pei'fouuance of the  Rodd(im's taplatn.was;UM)st, wcmdeifnl,  and-thei more"'so since I saw his  condition. I don'.t undeistand how lie  kept iip."\ When the-steamer ai rived  al St.' Jjiiciii. and medical _assistance  was proem ed thf bt.tve 'tinin asked  the "dnttois.to attend .to, Ike olheis  first and*.re(u*>Pd ,to'*he "tteated. until  this jvas done. My intetview with the  captiun biought out.this account. I  left him In good spiiits and leteiving  evcty copifoit.'.' -t  } _  i      ;  k The Driirstied'  Contrattor Kertnighiiii yesterday  received* telegram from the DeparlJ  ment of Public Woiks, Ottawa, asking  hiin if he was prepmed" tu sign'a  con11act for.the ccnsti uctio i of the  drill shed as per his lender and Mt.  Kernaghan mplied that he w is* ijeady,  and it will onlv lie a matter of a few-  days until lite contract will be i eceived  here for atgnat are, wheu consli nction  of th&long detaycd'dull shed will be  cetnmenceil.  Prospects are Bright for a "Busy  Summer.���������The Saw Mill and  Development of the Famous  Camborne Group.    -  Got.in-I^LUS, May 1!).���������It is- expected  the iicmv saw mill will be i mining in  about two oi three weeks tune. The  m uliineiy lias been" oic'eied. and the  mill will be" run by eleitiic power  The powei to tun the mill being  Imnished fiy the Not l Invest Development Syndicate, who have installed a  00 hntse" power electric dynamo on lhe  Camborne Gioup adjoining Goldfields.  Aheady theie aie-t'nough buildings  ptojccled in the new town lo kee;< the  mill busy this season; besides what  will be lequiied by the Noi thwesU-i n  Development Syndicate in electing  builJingb and si imp mill, lo opeiate  then valuable f l eo gold piopeilieson  Menliintiitk Creek.  Tn o I undies hive moved to Gold-  helds-to Tib 'close to the big mines.  This fact cleiuonbliales lhat Lhe towi<  Lliat is clobest Lo the woikmg mines  w ill be the headqu.u teis lor the inineis  and Li.e public geneially. ��������� Goldfields is'  siu tunneled by the best and biggest  free gold- Siid"'<>il\'ei niinc's'in JBi ili-.li  Colninbi.i. .     _    Fo.n men 7ne now at woik on the  Alice Gi oup"doing Ihe assessment  woik In. llie"bwnet Mi. Peny. The  Alice'uioiip"is another piopeily Lhat  will miifit at Goldfields.  | T\\6iii"n ue employed on the Union  Jack and Kj.al Standard^ near Gold-  fields dimig development woik.  Foui men aie employed steadily  cle u ing and ,pi ep.u ing the gi outid on  the townsite heie". and wilh the"  tonsil ue tion ol lhe saw' mill, the  opening nf the big C.uuhoi tie gioup,  Llie i development ot the Eva and  Oystet and othei ptopei ties adjacent  to-I ne town. Goldlulds should be a  good tamp this suiniiiei. *      , >  , Revelstoke Spring Assizes.  Before liis llonci Chief J'lslice  Giudon Mauler. Then* -weie foui*  tiviLca-spsenteied for lii.'l : '**  Max Fleishman vs.'J. D C.uneton.���������  This was an action for $8*50 commission  earned,' in finding a pui chaser fm  defendants tolal_, piopei ty at .Salmon  Aim. The case occupied the time of  Llio cbmt all day Monday. ' J ulgnient  was given ior the plaintiff loi $850 and  decision  as  to the  scale on winch the  costs aie to ha taxed to the plaintiil  was leserved. S. S. Taylor. K.C,  and G ti. ..McCaiter for plaintiil', .1. D.  Swanson frir"deleridiihti"  .S."ljiillegnard vs. D. llcialeis-on.���������  Tins was an action to i ei over .$7.10 on  an agtSement lor sale ol land. .ludg.  ment enj.rre'd'ifor-plaintiff loi iimouiil  siied'foi, and costs in tenn of conscnL  minutes' filed. G. S. McCarler for  plaint'll, J. M. Stott foi cleleiidant.  M. Cuiniuings vs. John Ciiinming.***.  ���������Au ailion to lecover back $100 paid  iindei au agreement lor sile. Tt ial  adjoui ned aticl rase oidetcd to be tiied  bet oi e. Judge Forin at County court  sittings" at Revelstoke ou June Ith.  G. b. Mc Cuter foi plaintiil, Russell &  Russell lor delendant.  J lines Tinner it Co. vs. \V. (Joivan,  T. Downs aud C. Holten. ���������An ailion  to h'li'-e 'dofendiintR. declined liable Lo  pay for shares .held by Ihem in The  C iw-au Holten Downs Co. Limited  against wltii li company Tin ner & (Jn.  have unsatisfied <**cci ulions, and to  lecovei Jt 1100 Jiidginenl les-pived.  S. S. Tavlor. K C. and G. S. Mc C n Lei  loi plaintiffs, E. P. Davis, K. G , and  J. M. Scott for defendants.  " Lovers Lane."  The New Yoi k raging success,  ','Loveis Lane'*, is one of the songs  sat.g in-V'Too Rich To.M.nry" which  comes '"to "Tapping's 'Opeta House,  Fi .day,. J.une 6th. "Vou cm hear all  the' latest songs, and there ine a  number of lliem, with this comedy hit  v , - *. j, -"*:^v, j r-^.'rv"  -������������������x.}   ��������� '..'���������'  The   Boers   Have   Voted    for  Peace and will ArrangerCon-  -.fe'rence  with   Kitchener  and  ���������"  ' 'Milner. v    ^  .  London. Mav 21.���������It, is leperted Lhat  Boeis in conference at Veieemging  have voted for puace on best terms  obtainable and that a delegation go to  Pretoria I his week to,,mange with  Loid Kitclieiicii and Lend Milner.  The Twelfth" July. 77y  .t i >L ������������������ . '- -ji f -.  At the legular n)eeling"of L. O. ilit  No. "lG^S, held on" Fi iday .<evenihj_jj.,  ( oiinuiltees wore appointed to airange;  tot'.lhe celabration of lhe>"Twelfth'of  Jn'y'in Llfisj'c'ityt"-'*' It is expected th.it>*  seven-lodges-ftom Ihe -'Yale-Cariboo  disti ict.will assemble-here to celebrate  w ith lhe lociil bielhren*. A piogr.imme  of spin ts, etc., will be auanged for the  vis'uois and a good time generally.is  expected. AL.the Opeia House nn the  evening ot the 12lh theie' will be a  conceit given under Lhe auspices of  lhe fine Bines and Orangemen. Par  I iculai s will be given latei.  ANOTHER  Which Nearly   Sinks H. M."  Indefatigable and the U. S.  S.  S.  Crator at  Potomac.���������A New  Mount Pelee.  ,Nu\v YoiiK. May 21.���������(Special)-At  Iwo o'cloc k this morning Lhe town oi  Basse Point, Not them Mailiniijuu was  iivurwhelmed hy li<|iiid muil houi Mt.  Pelee volcano.- No- lives were lo'st'as  peoplo had been removed.  Yesterday the U. S. S. Potomac aud  the 11.' M. S. Indefatigable had a  nariow escape from destruction. They  weie itnSt. Piei ic haiboi. .A landing  parly fro iti the Potomac .was onshoie  when the commanding ^officer saw a  column of smoke and gas rising fiom  Mount.Pelee. He immediately cudei ed  all bauds to lhe bonis. They escaped  lo the vessel with coffin containing ihu  remains of United States Cona.il  Pientis.' The Indefatigable was Hearing shore when the oHlceis saw smoke  and tin ued fiom the land blowing  shen to'wain the Potomac. The wind  kept the gas,off till the vessels were  safe. A huge st-eiun of molten mailer  poured' into the sea luising columns of  steam and_,i|iaking . the. whole sea  hideous, tu"rnitig"-it'"a yellow green  color. - Detonations -were., continued  and weie accompanied by teat lui  sloim of thunder, lightning -and rain.  New cratois' opened in Mount' Pelee.  A t six "o'clock this moi'uing heavy  detonations were heard at St. Thomas  Danish West Indies, from direction of  Martinique. . '       .      ���������''."'  Grounds or Sports? " **  A well attended meeting,of tbe  sports committee was held last evening  in No. 2 file hall to receive the.lepoit  of the canvassing committee and  decide what further action should be  taken in regatd to celebialing Coion-  alion Day. Mayor O'Brien called the  meeting to order and tlie.,iunviib.siiig  committee repented $Sl!) subsca ilied iu  cash and $93 in piizes", and" ifnnnihei  or people still to lie seen which would  niatetiallv increase tlu imouiit. The.  question then cnufe-up u.iethVi-'tlie"  spoils should be dropped:a'nd the  energies ot lhe citizens devoted to  piocuiing suit.ibl s lec-reatioirgionnds.  After a long discussion it was decided  that lhu canvassing committee go  around to Lhe subscribers again and  expi tin the matt?r to them and find  out wh it ptoporlion of- lheir subscrip  lions Lhey would devote, to .holding  sports on Coioiiation , day-and how  much tow aids securing a'liecrealion  ground, the committee to tepottata  'public meeting next 'Tuesday evening.  -****T*-J .ascertain lhu opinion, ot rthosp  present a motion was introduced lo  lhe effect that the pioposed spoits.be  dropped ar.d eneigie*i of the citizens  be diretted'towards securing suitable  recreation giounds for the city and  that, the city council be asked for a  substantial-giant for the purchase or  improvement- ot such grounds. _ The  motion, was caii*ied-and'the*tiieeting  adjoin ned.   .���������   ^     .     ; ���������        ���������   . ,  ���������IJMJUJ.J1.JJI   *JI*������T  '; To see what is correct in Dress Goods for Summer, you must 'See" what this "Store is  showing. That fact is gaining* prominence every season, and this season will be^more prominent than ever, and our stock of popular priced Dress Goods-has been supplemented by aa  'extensive array of leading novelties from the celebrated markets of Europe and America.  '     _ - ���������-,This, together with our usual liberal policy andj narrow"1 profits,,- ancl  with 'this-fact, ih^  mind.that this is,not a meagre or indifferent assortment of the.'common place,  but large- and  generous lines of all that is choicest and most desirable,���������not a collection made up  of what ts  readiest to hang or most easily obtained, but a stock of unparalleled'."variety'-gathered- from-  'every source far and near, wherever Dress Goods of me itt_a re_p rod u ced / f.y, ;-**.-' yi   .Jj   -fr-:-."- ���������*���������  i-L' I   ; ~ , P"-'"IMBi*Ji WWIIMI '< ! !'������,.i.-ij     ,*'-  ���������UP-TO-DATE   SUITS     FOR    THE  "BOYS"  AT'   A     BARGAIN!  AN APPALLING  DISASTER  Tom   Horn   and   Johnny   Boyd  Drowned in the Canyon at ii  ��������� O'clock This Morning By the  , Upsetting of Their Canoe  At noon   today the citizens   of the  town were startled by the news of 'an  accident in Lhu Canyon which resulted  in .Tom Horn and Johnny Boyd losing  their lives.    It   appears   that coming  down the rivei iu   Tom  Horn's Peter,  houi- canoe| weie Tom Horn,     J. D  Boyd, E. A. Bradley, George  Laforme  and Ch'is. Richaids, and at   the upper  end of the  Canyon   Messrs.  Bradley,  Lafdi mc and Richards left the canoe,  not cuing to i un the canyon  in  high  water.   Tom Horn and Johnny Boyd'-  decided lo make the  run,   and when  well inlo the canyon ��������� and opposite the-  Big Slide,.Lhe boat was noticed by the  meiiL'whn are repairing Lhe .wagon road  in the canyon, to take a shoot into the  air iit the Big Hippie and then  plunge  inlpl the * water   and    disappear.     A   -  moment later it appealed again with  'the two clinging lo her and floated a  short way down, when  in  one ot the  whirlpools   the  boat   and    occupants  again   disappeared   from   view,    and  that was the last seen of them by the   '  men on the wagon road who were the .'  observeis of this veiy sudalfair.  About 11:30 some of the men  employed at the'Kevelstoke Lumber  Co., -mill noticed a boat floating  bott-jm side up into the Big Eddy. On ���������  investigation it was discovered that*  there was , a body . clinging to  the ropes ' of the boat. Constable  K. Upper was notified of this fact  and left immediately for the Big Eddy.  The boat was hauled ashore, turned  over and found to conUiin.thc body, of  Johny Boyd, his wrist having become  entangled in the lopes of the boat,  which held* him fast. Up' to the  hour of going Lo press no word  in legaid to the whereabouts of the  body of Mr. Ilorne is to hand and it is  not likely that it will .be ,recovei-c������i-  until lower water in the fall. /  Thus in a monientRevelstokoiscalled'"  upon to mourn for the death of two ot  her most popular and respected citizens  vvho'hayeiniadeth"eir homes in tlHjcity"  since Lhe beginning of the.town.which .  sprung iiito  existence" n't  the time of  construction in 1883. Mt. Horne leaves '  a widow and four childien,  the eldest  being about 10 yeais old to  mourn the  loss of  a' loving   husband   and   kind  father,     iind'.to-them   the' Herat.1  begsj.0 convey Lhe sympathy of the  entile community. "  Mr. Boyd was a widower, Mrs. Boyd  having died^some four years ago.  Tweed Suits  r^jft       C If  Knee Pants  Fauntleroy Suits.  \       - Boys' Clothing is one of our special hobbies.-.^ We make   it. a   strong, 'point * to   buy ���������"the*  j nattiest and most durable suits for the little fellows.-^*.*W.c think you can get suited' in any style's  and at prices that we know cannot be equalled. ^'OW'stock this season   is  large,   varied   and  up-to-date. "~    ���������   "   -_ -- -���������.-;.* * ��������� ���������  Spring Sale of Men's Suits  s Our Spring Suit Sale is now in full s\ying. iWc���������liave_sold more Men's and Boys' Suits '  this week than we hb\ e e\ er done before in the history of tliis'store.  . Our range of Styles and  'Prices is still complete���������better values were never offered';���������*"���������������*������:%;' '   ** ' ;i  - Men's All-Wool English Seige Sails���������Heavy Riilrna'd Serge���������Single Breasted.  .Regular $13 Tits'.    ���������,'+ '   _  -SALE PRICE ;..s..:.\..'.   !..'���������..<.'...-,y..  .....    $11.50  They are well,worth $12 00.*' Sale   ^   -. ������.������         $ 8.00  _��������� Railway. Notes"..   .  G-. Schulli, section foreman at Field -  for some yeursha'sresignedhis position ,  and in company with J.  Guiletto'has-  opened up a general store. '  The Machinists'deniands of the C.P.  R. have been satisfactorily settled and  the local "delegates who ' went to  Winnipeg are expected home on the  Hist train.*  The local members of thc Brotherhood v of Locomotive Fiiemen met  Monday night to arrange matters  relative to the death of XV. T. Peters  in South Afi ica. The hall was draped  in mourning and the engines on the  Cipwjwill be draped in memory of the '  departed one.���������Cranbrook Herald,  '"��������� John Thompson, a well known C.P.R.  fheman, died at his home at Savonas  last'Saturday aged 22 and was interred *  at Ashcroft yesterday".   Deceased was "  well knownfin Kamloops,. having lived .  here for some considerable   time  and  was a member of the K. of P.- order.��������� *  Kamloops Sentinel.   .      ,   ,.  *���������       f ...  With the advent'of the C.P. R.  Slimmer time tible on June loth, there  will be four standards of time in use on'  the system.-. At present there are three  standards in use, Pacifib, Maritime and  Eastern Central.' The fourth will lie  Atlantic Standard. The Intercolonial  will_adopt the Atlantic time standard,  ���������which is one hour faster than eastern.  ~v, An engine, of interest to'nearly all  railway rnen, is now making some trial  experiments on the bilinear Field. The  engine in iiueslion i*. known as tlie  "Shay 'Engine;" and is exceedingly-  powerful, weighs some 110 tons and is  capable of hauling 700 tons up a 4 i*er  cent grade.' The gearing is all on the  right hand side and both engine and  tender arc connected by a system nf  cogwheels." The engine will eventuallv  go to the.Crow's Nest Pass road.     - "  Slen's P.me Wool Tweed Suits, Brown and Grey Checks.'  Piice Per Suit "���������������������������'��������� '<   YTou can keep any of these suits at home for one week, and if you or your friend--, ilunlt think they ,ure just  woi th lhe piice, we aie willing Lo return yonr money in lull.���������-   - ���������* - ���������      '-������"' '' ' -"    '  Boots and Shoes.  -   -       ' r- _."��������� y " '     ��������� \ ��������� .*���������*--  We carry an extensive stock of the above goods by the best manufacturers in Canada.  Every article'of Footwear is made of good material and made for rough usage.  REID &YOUNa  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue. Mail Orders Solicited.  At the Methodist Church  In the absence of Rev. Mr. Ladner  ut Conference in . Vancouver " the  sei vice in t the Methodist Church  .Sunday morning was conducted by  Mr. Wilson, while in the evening it was  in charge of the Kp worth League and  the choir. Mr. Johnson as president  of the League presided. - After the  opening prayer the following tvu the  older of the service :���������Hymn, "Listen  the Master Beseecheth "; Duet (piano  and violin) Miss Savage and J. Taylor;  Anthem, "Blussid be the Lord," by  choir; Duet, Miss Fee and J. Taylor;  Mr. L-ifeadx then delivered a splendid  address on Christian Endeavorers ;  Solo. Miss, Fick, -Abide with rae";  Quartette. "Softly now the Light of  Day," Mrs.' Dent, Miss Fee, Messrs.  Taylor, and Allum; Solo with cello  obligate. "-Rock of Ages," Mr. AHum;  Miss Dent then read a very interesting  paper on..-,';Missions." .which was  atteutivelv listened to by the large  congregation.' After which the lingine  of t he hymn "One more Day's Work  for Jesus" and the benediction brought  the service (o a close. ' lil  ^nuUfol^ i[mH mi ^aUwau  lii....-  J(\t\\'i Mtqaf;  Published Bv  The Revelstoke Hferald Publishing Co.  Lim.ted Liability...,.  A. JOHNSON,  Maiiuglntc Director.  A Semi-Weekl*.' .loilinu! published ill the  iiilercsts >>i tlio rallwnv-men. niiiiiiiK men nml  taixlurss inun nl the Wosl. Days ol I'ublication  IVednusda}- und Saturday.  ADVEiniSINU hates. ���������  Display ails.,fl.M per inch; single column,  {2 por inch when inserted on title piijje  Legal ads., 10 runts nor Inch (nonparlel) line  fni (lr*.l insertion; Scents tbr each additional  lii'Crtlon. Local notices 10 cents per line ench  i.-iie. lllrth,' Marriage and Death Notices  ireo.  Sl'BSCIUPTIO.N'  HATES.  (lymanor carrier, ti per annum; fl.'ii, Ior  ���������.ix nioiiilis, strictly ln advance.  OUR JOB DEPARTMENT.  I .ono ol thc best equipped printing offices in  ���������ho West and prepared to execute all kinds ol  f.iinlin.. In tlrstclass style at honest prices,  (niu price to all. No job loo large���������none too  hiuall -for us. Mall orders promptly attended  to.   Give us a trial on your next order.  TO COItllKSPONnKSTS.  We Invito correspondence on uny subject  f.' iiilei-tMt to the general public. In all rases  lhc bona tide name ol the writer must accompany manuscript, but uot necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications to thc Manager  NOTICE TO COltl'.EBPONDENTS.  1.-AI1 . correspondence must be legibly  written ou oue side of tho paper only.  2.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  ol the writer.  (!. E.GKOGAN. Editor.   .  Her Love For Her Lions.  N Instance of 'the affeotlon felt for  wild' beasts* by their tamers cited  by "St. Nicholas" is* the case of  Madame Blanca, thei French tamer,  wlio in the winter of 1900 was with the  B-Dstoek Wild Animal Show giving  daily exhibitions In Baltimore, where  her skill and daring with lions and  tigers earned wide admiration. It will  be rehiem-bered how lire'suddenly ile*.  seended on this mennger'.e one night and  destroyed the animals, amid tearful  scenes. And In llie morning Ulanea  stood among the ruins and looked upon  the charred bodies of iier pets. Had  she lost her dearest friends she .could  scarcely have shown deeper grief. She  wus In' despair, and declared that she  would never tame another group; ahe  would leave the show business. And  when the menagerie was stocked afresh  with lions and tigers Blanca would not  go near "their cages. These were Hon*}  Indeed, but not her lions, and she shook  her head and mourned for "Bowzer,"  the handsomest lioness In captivity,  and "Spittlie," and "Juliette," and the  black-maned "Brutus." Nor could  money tempt her. And the outcome  was that this most successful woman  lion-tamer In lhe world retired into private life���������-gave up her career Dimply  because of her gi-ief for these dead animals'.  G-BtmiMLY  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER '  CAMP OF FISH RIVER  Wednesday. May 21. 1902.  PA TRON1ZE HOME STORES.  I COLUMBIA RIVER   ii  KEFORSAlfil  !;  This Ice will be delivered x,  every day at your door.     > |  LEAVE YOUR ORDER WITH    1 [  | THE REVELSTOKE DAIRY. |  5      ���������_: .....I  OL  The Centre for all the Big- Free Milling Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek, Etc;  There is a strike on in t.he printing  department.of the.T. Eaton Company's  departmental store, Toronto, and not  only have the members of "'Old 91"  K������me out on strike, but the Pressmen,  Pressfeeders and Bookfolders have as  well, and there are others of the  employes that may follow suit. We  presume it is fairly well understood  that the average wage in this departmental store today is very small���������a  mere pittance. Think of asking a man  with a family to provide for and house  rent to pay, etc., to work for $10 a  week, and nine hours a day at that,  with high rents and the price of necessaries of life advanced from 40 to 50  per cent higher thaji they have ever  been! ''It is a burning shame���������we were  going to'say a monstrous crime! There  is no douht but that this departmental  store and its factories attempts to set  the standard pt* wages, and thusi the  skinning process is resorted to. Put a  man in' the Central Prison for six  mouths if he,steals some scrap iron  from thc Grand Trunk Railway, but  lionize and idolize him if he has the  ability to skin his fellowmen out of a  thousand*-��������� dollars in hard earned  wages. ,  Let us appeal  to our constituents.  Instead of buying   through   the   Mail  Order system of the Eaton' Company,  patronize the merchants ia your own  vicinity and keep the cash in your own  neighborhood.   They can give you  as  good bargains and   much   better   for  that matter, than you can  obtain in  this store.    And many so-called  '.'bargains"   are   not   bargains a t all.   The  most gullible animal  in  the world is  man  and  there  is no gullibility equal  to that involved in thc bargain hunting humbug. Then quit the exhibition  of your.gullibility and patronize your  "home stores.'*  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES. LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  Business Lots, $100.     Corner Lots,  EASY   TERMS   OF    PAYMENT.  A  Ten  Stamp Mill  and   Diamond  Drills,  Et<\,  are  now on  the   way  to  Goldfields'-''for the Northwestern    Development   Syndicite.      This means  that    Goldfields    will  be* the   Biff  Town  in  that District. ,**.,;.  '.au-u  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Kevelstoke.  R.. U\ PERRY,  Resident Manager.  %  LEGAL  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  "WING CHUNG  A   Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods * Just Arrived  IIAMIIOO  CHAIRH,  FANCY TABLES,  TEA TRAYS,  CIIINAWAllI*:,  KANCY GOODS,  NAPKINS, -  lr.VNDKKRCHIEI'S,  FANS,  IN GREAT VARIETY  IN THE NEW STORE. OPPOSITE  * THE JOSS HOUSE.  JM. SCOTT   B A., LL.B.  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Notary   Public,  Etc.  first Street. Revelstoke.  Money to loan,  H  ARVEY, SI-CARTES, & PINKHAM     .  Barristers. Solicitors, Etc.    '  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Company funds to loan at 8 percent.  First Street, Revelstoke B. C.  SOCIETIES.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tiiendays of each month; White Rose Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visitine brethren welcome  G. E. GROGAN-. HY. EDWARDS.  President. Hon. Secretary.  s^ee&������&snes&ss&sese&s&&s������  Island of St. Vincent.  St. Vincent, an island in the West  Indies, discovered by fjolumbus. in  149S..U situated 100 miles to the west  of Barbados.*-; it is IS miles in length,  11 in breadth, and,has an area of"132  square miles.. Volcanic hills cross the  island from north to south, intersected  ' by beautiful and fertile valleys, ln  the northwest is the Sutiffiriere. a  volcanic mountain, (3,000 feet), of  which the last violent eruption wasln  1912: the crater is three miles in circumference and 500 feet in depth. The  climate is humid and tolerably  healthy (average rainfall nearly SO  inches). In 1S27. when Charles I  Ki anted til, Vincent to the Earl of  (J.trli.slc*, it was peopled hy Ciirib.*-;  in 1072 it n-.'ce Riven to Lord Willough-  ly. and in 1772 was granted, along  with olher ibl.ind.i lo lhe Duke of  Montagu by George I. After hostilities with the French and C.-iriba, it  passed definitely to Gieat. Biitain in  llin. Immigrants were afterward*,  introduced and plantations cultivated;  the chief products are sugar, rum,  molasses and arvowroot. Ihe capital  is Kingsttin (papulation 5,-193). thp  total population.of the island being  42,200 including 2,700 Europeans and  30,009 'Africans. The island was  formerly' under the general government of .Windward Islands, B.irba-  does being headquarters; but in 1885  Barbadoes - was made ft separate  government, and Grenada, St. Vincent,  Tobago and.St. Lucia, were placed  under a governor.  MRS.LUADER  EBTgU cdiiit iy. SEASON  ICE CREAM.  ICE CREAM SODAS  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  PATENTS  [PROMPTLY SECURED!  Write for our inlere^tinjf books " Invent*-^  Of'* Help** aiul " How yoa are flwlndled."  Send ii���������* a rough sketch or model of your in-,  vention or improvement and wcu ill trll you/  free our opinion a* to whet Tut it:- ;>robnbly>  patentnbte. Rejected applications have often?  been .successfully prosecuted hy in. We/  conduct fullv equipped office* in Montreal/  and Washington ; thisqunlifics us to prompt-/  ily dispatch woilcnnd quickly ������*-cure Patent*/  ah bro id as the invention. Highest references/  furnished* c  Patent* procured through Marion &. Ma-J  p rion recel ve special notice without charge in (  over loo ne-w.spapers distributed throughout <  the Dominion. .      '  f   Specialty:���������Patent business of   Manulac-  turer.s and Engineers.  MARION & MARION  ,    Patent Experts and Solicitor*.   s  ._%������, /   New York Lite B'M'b. nontresU  $*"*"���������'   \   All������nUcBW|i,W������.hlnrt������lD.C.<  ******** ******************.  a PELLEW-HARVEY, g  BRYANT & GiLMAH  *  Mining Engineers  ancl Assayers,  VANCOUVER, B.C.      Established 1800  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  .Regular meetings are held in the  Oddlcllow'a Hall on the Third Iti-  day ol eaeh month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. J .HNSON, W. M.  W. G. BIRNEY, Rec.-See.  CHURCHES  METHODIST CIICKRII, BEVELSTOKE.  Preaching services at IJ a. in. and 7:30 p.m  Plais meetiiii. at the close of the morning  ?erv?c? sibEath School and Bible Class at 3:28  Weekly I'rayer Meeting every Wednesday  evening at 7:30. The public are cordially  invited.   Seats Iree.  Rev. c. Ladnee-Pastor.  ST. PETER S CHCKCH, ASGLICAV.  Eight a.m.. Holy Kucharist; 11 a.m., ina'ias,  Litanv nnd sermon (Holy Eucharist tlrst Sun-  dav in the month): 2:3o Sunday school, er  children's tervice; 7:S0 Evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holv Days���������The Holy Eucharist Is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or S a.m., as announced.  Holy Baptism alter Sunday School atli.lo.  c. a. procunier, Rector.  -_PP.ESEYTEK_A>-_ C'H.URClt._  Fen-Ice everv Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to which all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  &���������*.. in. every Wednesday.  ^ rev. W. C. Calder, Pastor.  JtOMAN CATHOLIC CHLT.CII.  Mas������   at 10:SO a. m.,  on  first,   second and  fourth Sundays in the monlh.  KEV.   FATHER   THAYER.  SALVATIOS   ARMY  Meeting every night in their Hall on Front  Street.  H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEAD?, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Kurd Cleaned and Be.-alrcd. .���������������������������  JUST EAST OF   PRESBYTERIAN   CHCROH  Third Street. ���������>  A. H? HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mine", London.    Seven jeari*  at  Morfa  Worlt-i,  .Swansea.     17   year*!  Chiel  Chemist  to WIgan Coal and Iron Co.,   Eng  I.atc Chemist and Assayer. Hall Mines, Ltd.  tClalmi! examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  ������ AS8AY WORK OF ALL DE8CRIPTI0H8  UNDERTAKEN.  Test< made up to 2,000Ibs-<  A specialty mRdc of cliecltm'g8meUer  Pujps.  Samples from the Interior by mall or  express promptly attended to.  Correspondence solicited.,  VANCOUVER, B. C.  %* ** * 11T T T t IH IU UIIT * * i\  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Landing and Comaplix, commencing October  Hth, 1901, will sail as lollows, weather permitting: ,'_   ,  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix jtwlcedally���������I0lc. and 16k.'  Leaving Comaplix and Ihomson's Landing  for Arrowhead....twice daily*-7:15kand 12:4Sk  - -Making close connections .with all C. P. R  Steamers and Trains.)  Thcowncrs reserve the right lo change times  o( sailings without notlce.|  The Frtd Robinson lumbor^Co., Llmftod  Canadian Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTBOUND     8:20  WESTBOUND  17:30  SOUTHBOUND     8:10  Reduced Rates  VICTORIA   DAY.  Fare and One-Third for the Round Trip to  Pacilic Divisional Poiuis,  Hay 22, 23 and 24/  Good to return until 27tli.  TOURIST    CARS._ DAILY  "TO ST. PAUL  Wednesdays k Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  LOW RATE TICKETS  Now   on Sale from Eastern Point:  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  FKUE BOS MEETS  ALI. THAI VS.  IRST CLAHS   ACCOMMODATION*.  ' HEATED BY-HOT. AIR.  HEABONABLKCKATK8.,  Brown & Guerin,' Props. ;:,  ELECTRIC .BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  *.'���������  IIOUKLY STREET OAR  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  BAR .WELL SUPPLIED BY THE CHOICEST  WINKS,   LIQUORS ANli CIGARS   TO-  -CHINA,  JAPAN,  TO AUSTRALIA-  ALASKA  Minneapolis and Return  $53-������ood to Return   Within  60  DayS-2-On Snlu May 26 and 30.  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  ancl from all points.  - For     full   information,   printed  matter, etc., call on or address,  T. W. Bradshaw, E, J. Coyle.  Agent Assist. Gen.  rievelsloke. Passenger Ag������nt  t Vancouver.  p.-wm$:--&-cq-y:-  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.,,. WUiTQN., .SAUSAGE.,  FISH-AND GAME IN:SEASON.      '"',  *  *  %  %  *  *  *  . N. Smith  -Baker and  Confectioner  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  5 Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  + and Railway Street.  * fl ** ************ **********  f.   ..   .1 1 -  THE   MINES  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND,SOLD  "Wo have purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines - and. pros-:  pects. and desire to hear from prospectors "and other*, having 'property *"  foi* sale. ��������� ' ���������* . '    ,   7-   ��������� '   >.     .  Our facilities for.making quick sales are unrivalled..    .,.-,.  Send uu reports; also samples of ore for exhibition' at oiir Office".-'  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED.'"     ;      -  P, o, Box 7o t...   Naloon, B.O.  II. O. PARSON, President.-  M. J. O'BRIEN; Managing Director *  The RevastoK WineiM^Spirif Co.  Llmltea Liability;  .    .    :   !; -'���������'   ' ','      ������������������';'��������� '*     .'.      - .'."jt  -   Carry a full and complete line ol.1  .*- .* -���������*      *,,     , ���������'   *,.  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,   ���������-  Holland, OIO Tom, London. Dry* and Plymouth'Gins,  Ports, Sheries, Oiarete, Champagne, Liquers  Imported and.Domestic Oiffars.  Laces and Braids I  A large range of rolnt Lace,*  pucheuB and Batteoburg  Braids, Stamped Deaigna,  blampedXinens, Embroidery  riecdies.-IIookii, ice.  Jlerlin and Zephyr Wools, all*  shadeR, Slipper Soles, Valen-'  eieueos Lace, Insertion.   *  '���������!*-.  Call at tbe ',-���������.- -'   -   .  tf���������������*  THE CITY EXCESS:  E.\V. B, Paget, Prop. >  ,. Prompt delirery of parcels, -bagftte, ������t������.  **���������'*- to any part of th* city  MADISON -PARLORS;  Misses Sheppard'& Bell-';  McKenxie Avenue \    oc2*  UVf^AND LET LIVE!!  Pioane don't try and run, us  out of town hy sending your  orders east. We tmwthcive  your work in order to live.  We depend on yoa for our  work I Eastern houses do  not I Do not allow yourself  to be roped in by their peddlers We also* guarantee  to give you better satisfaction for your money.  ���������JS.. S. -w-iLscxisr,  Next the McCarty Block.  ' OOO *J*3000rfllnOOOOn OOPO  Any Kind of TrairtfefFlSg^  Undertaken.:-..  ./.  - AU orders left at K. M. Smytbe's Tobaccd  tore, orbyTelephouijKo.7willrecelTe prompt  ttention.  Jds. L.Woodrow  R  )!  Retail Dealer in���������  ; Bjs>���������tf^bmtry  Muttbft^ j&fei h  Fab-ana <_tuae;iti rSmawd.7.  All orders promptly flllsd.  bTgt  %���������  aliii^ Eil������i_^,������>>������**������J**C***g.g_������>**^  ASHNOLA  " The Smelting Centre of the Similkamecn Valley.    Backed by the payrolls of two;  gigantic: coal companies'and-the Copper* and Kennedy-Mountein^Mines:; p"  " ��������� Surrounded by the following resources: Cor.l, gold, copper, silver.and a fine agricultural country., Large herds of cattle,-fruit in abundance, with a climate almost southern  and ail that could be asked.  ASfclNOLA is owned and hacked by the payroll of the .Similkameen Valley Conl Company, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. The equipment and development of their coal mines, installing  of water, electric light anil power plants are already arrange*!! for. The development of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine by. the Eastern Capitalists who have'established their payroll at ASIIXOLA, makes it the  coming city of the interior of British Columbia.'  City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  ,',Lots in Ashnola are safe investments.* Iii Blocks 1 to 4 and 13 to 20 the price will be advanced 25c.  per month until'AI.iy 1st, 1032,,and to ten per cent, in.the remaining blocks. Tho present price is from .$30 to  ))l22.>     Twenty-five per cent, cash^ "three, six"and nine months without interest.  Arrangements arc already completed for Eight buildings, including'cottages for the Employees of  thecompany at Ashnola.    This work will:be "under.full headway by May 1st.  , Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be. bought and were sold iit'll cents. Today they are  quote bat $80.00. With the advent of transportation, Similkamecn Valley Coal'can be delivered at any  !> lint In West Kjotenay or Y.ile as cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.'  ���������  '     FOR FURTHER':PA-RTICULARS APPLY'TO -.  SIMILKAMEEN   VALLEY   COAL   CO.,   LIMITED.  '-'^KBLSON, B. C. ��������� :"'' \,  ft������j������j������j������j������###i������jft������!iMt������t������l������^^^  THE TQWiNSITE; 0P  -      ' ,i  -        ' -   t-f.'   ~        ,  i'A xr" ���������:-.,. y-  IS NOW ON THE~ MARKET.  >. j- . *.   ,*,.  2oo ���������Lots  BUY BEFORE YOU'-SliEEP.  _' -**  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   tlie* proposed    RaiKvay   already   surveyed  via-the Lardeau.Cre"elc-with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated;*at the base ofthe Lardeau  Pass,  Galena,  and Surprise Creeks.--    - \ ?   .  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded,   by    Mining   Properties   now   under  /      , .      Development.        . ,-*���������������.  ";*..'      ......  ���������'.-���������j-.*,- L..j  m  ~./",,;->-Y'--*;i  jj**1 -..-. ^f. -Wi-l..  ���������WsL������er  ���������      1     *=!  next  ;-$*   V  .- ������  ** ** *-"  '     r    ? !. 1)    ������_     I      *=, *_.*-. r  Which will be utilized* riipxt Season by Concentrating- Plants.  i .-       *        t. ���������**      y  it > * J       1  Jf*  -  i -   - v    --   i-t   *?   ���������.>��������� <��������� t  > V I        _        *���������  ^3     -?n-  - ��������� t, ���������  ^ SEND" FOR "PARTICULARS' AT ONCE  . TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  Gr. B. BATHO,    -       -    Ferguson, B. O.  ustoticiej  N -TICE IS HEREBY.GIVEN' that 30 dais  after date. I Intend to make application to the  Honorable thc Chief C oiniiiissloncr of Lands  and Work*, for a special licence to fell aud  carry an ft j limber froin the following described lands:  No. 1. '"  Commencing at a post planted about 50  chains north of St. Leon Hot Springs on the  Arrow Lakesaad tnarked.1. T. soulh west corner, thence east lbO chains ; thence north 40  chains ; tlienee wet 1C0 chains ; thence -.oiith  40 chains to^laee of co.nxnencen-.enr.-*    -    'jf, {.  \       no.*2. *    ; -'fLl-l'-.V:7.  Commencing at a post planted about .1 miles  south from the mouth of Peep creek'-nt Galena-  Bay, Arrow*.;I.akea, marked J.  I*. nnd   ben'B  about G chains east of T.H.D '*. sou th west corner post: thence west So ehnins ; thence south  80 chains ; thence east 80 chains ; theuce north  _jO_rhRinH_tQ-jlRPft_of commencement..-'      -  -^ --  Nelson, B."C., March 3rdri902.   - ������������������ -     ���������  JAMES A.TAYLOI.  ���������Ws*"***-* .,        - -   A/row head. r  ' TAKi; NOTICE that On da>s nflcr dnto I  intend io him.Ij to the Chief I'oinmissioner oi  Lands and works for permission to purehr.se a  piece ol land described as follows .  Commencing at'a post marked V.i I old-  smith's No. 1 post, thence .south 10 chains ;  llience cast-10 chains ; thenco north 10 < hains;  thence west 40 vhaius, to point of commencement���������160 acres more or Jess.-* 'this laud was  staked by I. B. McKenzie last June. Has a  ptirrhase No. 1 post about 100 feet from Uold-  lineh trail and about 2U0 feet up hill, the ea^t  line following Fibh^ltivei^ t.���������  ^L>oc������ted*rebruarv20,1002> I '  _A> .^-k.--.., -*, ^jf-    F.J. GOLDSMITH,  j" KCf a tfj *i*i'.    ir CjoldJiclds. li. C.  ,T. NOTICE.  Certificate of Impveroments.  IsTOTIOE  Butte. SIU er-Bow-and Black 'Diamond  Mineral Claims, s tuateiu the Lardeau Mining  Di\ islou of NVest .Oootenay District.  Where Located: Near the Head of Lexington Creek,'*, tributary of FUh Creek.  TAtvE NOTICE -that-J, A.I'. Cummins,*as'  Agent for the Double Eagle Mining and' Dc1  ���������velopment'Company,-limited',, of Ferguson^  B.C, iree-Miner's 'C'ertlfloato -No.7*_Jl,851,-  intend, sixty davs from the date,hereof,*"to  apply to the Mining Pecorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.. *..      ,.   .,_  And iUrther Take Notice tbat action, unrte*  fectlon 37, must be commenced beforetlie  Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  L'ated this twenty-third.dayol January, A.D.  Vnifi..  A. P. CUMMINS, P.L.S.  Feb. 5���������tf  -  '  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.. %j_ ':���������  To John T. Modre, or to anjo'ne to whom lie  may have transferred 'his interests in the  Gllman Fractional.mineral claim, situate  ln the mrdeau Mining Division. :  You are hereby-nbtified that I expended the  mm or one hundred and  seven dollars  and  fifty cents'(f 107.50) in labor and money on the  beforemeutioned mineral'claim, Jn order to  hold said mineral claim under Section 24 of tha  Mineral Art; and if within ninety, days (90)  from the date'of this noticcyou fail to contribute your proportion of such expenditure,  together with all costs of advertising, y-ur  Interest in said mineral claim will become thc  t roperty of the undersigned, under Section 4  oi an Act entitled"  An  Act  to  amend the  Mineral Act, 1900."  Dated at comaplix, B.C.,  this'-lSth-day of  April, A. D..M02.  JOSEPH BEST,  ������ Co-OWner.  .TAKE NOTICE that tiO days, after date I  '"���������'���������"lntond to apply to thc Chief Commissioner  of Lands*aud Works'for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the following described landb:.^,.,.^-.. sc. i ,i-^-.^ ^ c.     , .  .-. _  Commencing at"a"post"marked Poger F.  Perry's southeast corner post situate about a)0  feet from Scott Creek, thence west 40 clmins;  thence north 100 chains; thence cast 40 chains;  ihence south 100 chains, to the-place of commencement; containing 640 acres.  ROGER F. PERRY.  Goldfields. B. C. Oct 17th. 1901.      Nov. 6-tf.  Z5TOTIOE.  y-i ���������  TAKE NOTICE that CO .days__aftcr dale I  intend to apuly to the Chief Commi**sioner.of  Lands and jvorks for permission to purchase  the following described,lands:   o   . ���������    . ���������"���������  Commencing at a post marked "H.* McAdams*  ���������o 1 Post," situate close*to the old Hiic of  Hill it Branlford's pre-emption, I'Mi Creol>,  thence north 40 chalus, theuce wcst-'-*0 chains,  thencesouth 40 chains, theuce east '20 churns  to point of commencement.* - .*-  'Goldfields, Jan. 18th, 1902. . . >-,"  ���������'-���������-* **s , ,' . E. HCADAV.'  3STOTIO."E  NOTICE���������Ihatslxtydajsaftcr date I Inlend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works fun permission to purclmsc  320acres o-f land situa'.cuu the Northeast Arm  of Arrow Lafce.-in the District of \v ^.- .Kootenay. B.C., and described as follows.    ',"  Commencing from's.W. corner*' ������il!4r,  llience Nortii astronomical *_*0 cbain -tlicnce  West80 chains; thence South UO <:h ms approximately; thence lliOn chains ' ^rth-  Easterly to point of commencements -  "���������,'7 ,      FRED. ROBINSON.  ���������Fcb."0���������tf - -       A'       - O. R. SKENE, Age' t.'i  Certificate .of Improvements.  , 3STOTICE  Morning Star.Walrus,Sea Lion and Bonanza  Mineial (JIaiins, situate in lhc Lr.rdcsu Mini in*  l)Ui**ion of We-t Kootenav Distrkt Where  located :" On -MenliciiicK ' Cri'ek, near I ish  liner.- * -���������  TAKE NOTICE that I, F C. Green, fictinc as  agent for-Angus :.IcKa\, K. _.[ C B .12003, and  I. H McICen/ie, Free M'ner'o Certilnate.No.  B:I2UJ.1, intend, sua*, days from thc date hereof,  to applv to thcMimng Kecorderfor, ertificate*.  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants oi_theabo\e(.hiims.  And further take notice Hint nction, under  section 37, must be commenced before ti e  issuance of sue li Certificates oi Improieiiieiits.  Dated this first daj of March, 1002, A.D.  -t- ���������-   "������������������.- r. c. GitErx,  per F S. C .  Nelson, B C.'.  Certificate of Improvements.   -   3sro,a?ioE.  Centre Star and Evening- StnT Mineral  Claims, situate in thc I.ardeau Mining Dni-ion  of West Kootonay District Where located :  On .Menhenict. creek, near Fish Kner. |  TAKE NOTICE that I, F C Green, .icting as  agent for J. 11. McKenzie, Free Miner'*. Certificate N"o. 15 32U23, intend, sixtv days irom the  date hereof, to apply to thc Mining Keeorder  or Certilicate of Imj.ro\ements, /or the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the abo\e  claims.  .' nd further take notice that action, under  section 37,  must be. ������������������oinnicmocl   before   the  issuance of ������ucli Certificates of Iinpro\emeuts.  . Hated this lirst day ol March. 1902, A. D.  F. C. GRE'N.  per F. S C ,  NcI������on. B.C.  Certificate of Improvements.  ���������J " "JsTOTIOE  Tha CiavsJand and] British Columbia  Mining Comliany/Llmitetl.'"  " ���������"EsTO'TlCIE "  -.-   '    i  NOTICE la hereby given that the hcad*o.fflees  ol   Th������ eiawland y������Vid' British Columbia Mlnln__r,Comp������ny. Llmlt������<lr-havc  been moved from RonlaUd to Bevelstoke, B.C.  ./. ;; April 18-lm  FARWELL  ESTATE^:  The thoice land'north of-track,**s. '-:���������.-  betwecniTapping'a and, Long'Si'vlll''  be subdivided for Mile as toon-is   t  ^      poisiiie. ,,'*.,        .      ��������� '.   ,",���������'. .'  Q.M. SPROAT,   VICTORIA,   B. O.  P. O.Box, 429. /  'tTOTIOE:  TAKE NOTICE that sixty days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief f'omralss.oner  of-Lands and Works for permission to purchase aparcol of land described as follows:  Commencing'at a post marked Alice I*err\*s  No.1 Postjjtncnce -west 20 chains; tlicnce  North 40chains; thtmce East 20cliains; Ihence  8outh 40 chains to'point of commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of It.  Fi'I'crrj's pre-emption tollowing McKenzie's  North-West-Line, containing about SO acres,  more or less. *-        .*  ' - ,^  ���������,,���������.,    .. ALICE -PKRItY.  Goldfields. Nov. 27,1901. Dee 4-lni  NOTICE  NOTICE Is hereby given that 30 da\s ader  date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissionerof Lands anil Works for pft-uusMoii  to cut aud carry away timber from the follow-;  Ing described lands:���������Commencing nt a post  at the south-cast corner of Roger F. I'errv's  pre-emption; markedfveDutheasr'corner "of  timber limit applied for .���������.byiF.-.J-^-Goldsmfth***;  thence west 40 chains; thence north ICO chains;  thence east 40 chains to Fish Creek; thence  following tho meandering!), of Fish.Creek' ICO  chains to point of commencement; containing  M0 acres, mori or less.  F.J.GOLD3MITII,  Thomson's Landing, October ISth, 1901.  Ifcd Fov snd Ridge Mineral Claims, situate  in the I.ardfau Mining Diw-ion of West Kootenav District W here located : On Menhenick  Creek, near Fish River.  T \KE NOTICE that I, T. C Green, acting as  acent Ior Vni*us McKat, Free Miner'** Certificate No. B AiHOo. intend, .������Kt\ da\s from the  date hereof, io apply to the'-Minfng Recorder  for Cemfiruie- of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Cruwn Grants of the aboie  claims. t  -And further take notice that action, under  section  37, must be conimenct-d   before  thc  is-uance of such Certificates of Improvements,  Dated this first day of March, 1902, A. D.  F.C. GltEEN, a  per r. S C ,  Nelson, B.C.  Notice.  NOTICK IS HEREHY GIVKN lliat  thirty clays after date I intend lo apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for poiniissioi: :.i cut  and carry away timber from the foi.owing-  deseri bod lands :  Commencing- at a. post planted on* Uie  south side of the Columbia* Rivei-, about  one mili^belovvrthe mouth of Canoe River,  and marked " Maude Skene's Nortli-Easl  Corner l'ost;"' thence; south So chains;  thence west So chains; thence north So  chains; I hence cast lo llu* poinl of commencement.  . MAUDE SKENIC.  Dated lliis 2()lli das ol April, iijoj.  Notice.  .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty da,\ s afier date I intend to apply to  the Honoiablo llie Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for permission to cul  and cany away timber from llie following  described lands : ���������  Commencing-at a post planled on the  south bank ol" the Columbia River, about  one mile below the mouth of C.inoe River,  and marked " I lenry l.ovewell's Norlli-  Wesl Corner I'osl;" llience south So  chains; llience east So cliains; thence  north So chains; tlicnce west So chains lo  the point of commencement.  HENRY LOYEWELL.  Dated this jylli day of April, iyo^.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that  thirty days alter date I intend lo make  application lo the Ilonoi.ible the Chief  Commissionerof Lands and Woiks for a  special license lo cut .ind cany awav  timber liom the lollownijf desciibed  lauds :  _ l omme'icinjf at a posi maiked " G. 13.  Najfle's Soiith-E.ist Coiner Post, planted  on the north bank of the Columbia River,  one mile west ol tlie mouth of Canoe River;  llience noith So chains; llience west So  chains; thence south So chains; thence  east 8o chains to the point of commencement.  G. 13. NAGLK.  Dated this 29th day of April,  1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty dajs afterdate 1 intend to apply to  the Honorable lhe Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Woiks foi a'special license to  cut and cany away timber from the following desciibed lands : ~        '  Commencing':it a post planled on tlio  north bank ot the Columbia Rivei just  above the mouth of Canoe Rivei, and  marked "Fred Robinson's South-E.ist  Coiner Post," tlienee noitli 80 cliains;  thence wosl Sovchains; thence- south 80  chains; thence east So cliains to tlie point  ol commencement. . **   .,  FRED ROBINSON.  Dated tins 29th day of Apiil, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS IIHREBY GIVEN that  thirty il.iys after datel intend to apply  to the Honorable-the Chief Commissioner of TJnnilii'aiid "Works foraspecial  license to cut and carry away timber  fiom the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted on  tlie wesot bank of thc Columbia.River,  about one quarter of a mile.below the  mouth of Seven Mile Creek, about six  miles above Death Rapids arid marked  "Maude Skene's South-East Corner  -Post;1' theuce west 80 chains; thence'  north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains,  more or 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 oth day of May,* 1902.  Notice.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  tliiiLy davs after dale I intend to apply to  the Honoiable thc Chief Commissioner ot  Lauds and Works for a special license to  cut and cmy away timber fiom the follow uiij described lands :  Commencing at a post planted on'the  east side ofthe Columbia River, about two  miles above the mouth of Wood River, and  maiked ,*t'lFi*edf -Robinson's South-West  Coiner Post"; thence east 160 chains;  thence north 40 chains;' thence west 160  chains; llience south 40 chains to the point  "of commencement.  FRED ROBINSON.-  Dated lhis 29th day of Apiil, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai  thirty davs after date I inlend to apply .to  the Honorable the Chief-Commissioner 'of  Lands and Woi ks for a special license to  cut and carry awav timber from the following described lands': ~ "  Commencing al a post planted on the  east side ofthe Canoe IJivrei and alongside  of the Canoe River nail, aboul *one mile  above the mouth ol Ilarvev Creek, and  marked " C. K. Skene's South-West  Coniei Post;' thence north So chains;  thence west So. chains; thence soulh So  cliains; thence east So chains to the point  of commencement. U- '   *  C. R. SKENE.  Dated this isLdaj of May, 1902.  'Sealed Tenders.  Sealed ' Tenders * addressed,' rto the  undersigned .will ho .received up-to  nopn on Monday, the"12th of M^iy,"1002,  for the election of K dwelling. Plans  and specifications can be seen at the  office'of ihe'iindet'sigried. The lowest  or any,-_ tender not ^ necessaryily  accepted.     * - .;-;**;,  J F. B. Lewis.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AMD SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  S-.TGATK   IN   THE   REVhLSTO    E  JIIMNG  Division of W*s������t Kootenny* District.  Where  Located:     On "kevstone Mountain,  Big Bend, near Don nie Crcelc.  .TAKK NOTICK'that I.   Geo.  S.   MeCarter  (tuvslrom .the ;date-hereoi to applv to < the  Mining Recorder7 far Certificates of'Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants.of the above claims. p.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action  under ***eciion 37, must be commenced belorc  the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. >,      r  , 1ia.t^thls WH?<l������y of Februarv, A.D.1902.  Febl2-tf. O������o. ���������.'nfoCart.r.  Notice.  ���������   .      . *      '���������-.:    " u  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date I intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief' Commissioner of Lands and W0rU-5f0raspeci.il  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted on  the east bank of the C.inoe Rivei,  about four miles up froin its mouth  and marked "C. li. Skene's > Not lb-  "West Corner Post;' thence cast 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; llienco  west 60 chains; thence north 80 chains  to the point of commencement.  O. II. SKENE,  Dated thi.s 1st day of May, 11)02.  Notice.   -  NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN thai  thirty dajs after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chi.ef Commissioner'of  Lands and Works foi a special' license", to  cut and carry away timber from the foi  lowing--described lands: ���������' ,.-*-.���������  ��������� Commencing at a post planted .on the  east bank'of the Canoe River,' about* four  miles up from, its mouth, and marked  "Olivia Robinson's North-East Corner  Post"; llience -west So chains;, thence  southiSo chains; thence east 80 chains;  Ihence north 80 chains to the'point of  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON.  Dated this ist day of May, 1902.  'iTOTICB.  ���������  I, the undersigned, intend 30 days  afterdate to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work?, 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'inarked A. Edgar's  south east;corrier posl-,'ithence'runnin"g  in a westerly,,., direction -10  chains thence north 160 chains thence  east 40 chains toColuinbiaRiver thence  along ColutnbiaJRiverM00 chains to  place of commencement.  Dated thi9 14th day of iMay, 1902.  ���������-"'������������������.������������������     "A. Edgar.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date llntendto apply  to the Honorable the Chief^^Commissioner of Lands and Work's:foi> a Speqial;  license to out and carry- awky.-tiiiiVier  from the following described/liirids;*. ,  Commeneing'at a post* planted": oh'  tho east bank of the ;Coluuibitt,-.'TtLv6r  about two miles above .tliemouth' of  Wood. Itiver, and marked '''Olivia  Robinson's No'rth-West.'Porner, l'ost;"  thence soutli 40 chai/is; thenee.east 100  chains; thenco north'40'Chain's: thence  west 101) chains to ' the point (il  commencement.  OLIVIA-ROBINSON,  Dated Ihis 20th day of April, 1002.   ;  Notice.  ^ - ���������  NOTICE I.S HEREBY GIVEN lhat  thirty days al'ler date I intend to apply lo  llie Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for :t special license lo  cut and carry away timber from .the following described lands:  Commencing'al a po.sL planted on the  west bank oi llie Columbia River, just  below llie mouth of a large creek about  one half mile above Peterson's Ranche,  and marked " Henry Lovevvell's .Soutli-  Kast'Conier l'ost; tlienee west So chains;  thence north So chains; thence east So  chains; more or less, to llie bank of the  Columbia River; Ihence following llie  bank ofthe Columbia River lo lhe poinl 01  commencement.  HENRY I.OVEWELL.  Dated this 5th day of May, 190J.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  30 dajs aftei date I intend to apply to the  Honorable lhe Chief Commissionerof Lands  and Works for permission to cutand canv  away limber-from the following described  tract of land 111 West Kootenay: " '  Commencing at a post marked "John A.  "McMahon s South-West Corner," planted  at a poinl 160 chains .southerly from the  south limit of the lands 'of the Pittsburg  Sv ndicate situated north of Death Rapids;  thence east 40 chains; thence north 160  chains, to the south limit of the lands ofthe  Pittsbui g Syndicate; tbence west 40 chains,  to the east bank of the Columbia River;  tbence south along the east bank of said  river 160 chains to the point of commencement. '  JOHN A. McMAHON.  Dated May 51I1, 1932.  Notice.   v  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30  dav s after date I intend to apply to1 the  I Ionorable theChief Commissionerof Lands  and Works for permission 10 cut and can)  avvaytimbei fiom the following described  lauds in West Kootenay:  Commencing al a post marked "E. L.  MeMahon's Noith-West Corner" planted  on the east bank ofthe Columbia River at  the south-west coi ner of the limber limit  held hy Henrietta McMahon under special  license; llience cast 40 ihains; thence south  160 chains; thence west 40 chains,' to the  east bank ol the Columbia River; thence  north along* lhc oaslb.ai.k~of the said river  1 Go chainsto the point of commencement.  E. L. McMAHON.  '-'Dated May 51.1,'1902.'  .   NOTICE.      ., r      .  Eufcineeis. Firemen", Machinists and  Electricians send for 40 piige pamphlet  containing questions asked, by Ex  ���������iminitig Boaid of;Engi..eers���������'to obtain  Engineeis license. Address .-Geo. A.  Zeller. Publisher. --18 S.- 4th St.! St.*  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.     ���������**    '���������  Sealed Tenders.1    .*'-  OEALrD TENDERS Addressed lo the* iiiidcr-  ������"������ siRiied will be received until the ijth duy  of.M11. ,J902. nt 12 o'eliK'k, noon.-Ior-thc--erc(*.  tion mid comiletlon ol an Odolellows* llall at  ���������* rians unil speeiflcatlons can' be seen at'the  ������ inilsor Hotel, Trout Lake.'froni the 1st to the  lo'h day ol .Mny. ,,   ;    .    , ;      j;    ���������*.., ,._   ,.,  'Ilie lowest ,or  any. tender'not necessarily  accepted. . J  J. H. CURRIE, Secretary.  ���������  '"Trout Lake, II. C., .April ]8tli, 1902. ,  TENDERS FOR SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION!  CEALED TENDERS addressed to the  "���������^ I undei signed and endorsed "Sidewalks"  wi I be received up to noon of Kriday, May  2*jid, for the construction of sidewalks anil  ci ossings within the'City. Tenderers "will  give a scpaiate price* on sidewalks and  ci ossings. Lumber will be supplied bv the  corporation,'but mills' and labor' by' the"  co'nliactoi. Plans elc. nny- be seen at mv  oflice. , , ' -J  No lender necessai tlv accepted.   C.'E. SHAW.    '"  . ��������� Ciiy.Clerk.- *-  Revelstoke May. 13th, 1902."' ':\  WrijghtPonHl*  Is to be found ivthisPho-  to-jraphic   Studio/in.- the  Tapping1 Block daily, diir-'  ii'B office hours.      . '7'-  Wright Porritt  Kevelstoke, B. O.  E. MOSCROP .^ /  Sanitary Plumbing:, Hot Water  And Steam Heating, Gas  Fittin '  *  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  TOflUIIHAY  .Thejaini of-oiu* farmers in  growing  forage crop.-; is to. pi oduce front a given  area i\s large a quantity as possible of  the d|gcstib!e nutrients in a  palatable  form.!   The time   at   which   a   forage  crop is harvested may effect  the  crop  in three ways, viz:���������-In the quantity of  .material harvested, in"the composition  of the crop and ia the   palatibility - of  the fodder.    As a general  rule-it .has  been found that the greatest amount  of dry matter is secured whore forage  crops are allowed to fully  nature   and  ripen.    The only  exception   ia  in   the  case of   clovers   and   other   legumes.  there the leaves 1:1(1 leolV and are lost,  either before or during tbe  process of  curing.  It docs not follow that when a plant  increa<cs in its yield of dry. matter that  its nutritive value has" proportionately  increased.    It is   quite  possible   that  changes in texture and composition of  the    di'y  substance   may   effect   lha  greater  yield.     The   dry   matter  of  mature grass contains a larger propor-  tion of crude fibre than the immature.  The'plant hardens in texture and loses,  in bollrpalat'bihty and digestibility.  It is, therefore," usually advisable   to*  -  begin cutting hay   early,   and   where  . . *  tliere is a large crop   to   be   gathered,  vvork'should begin early in order that  it be completed before the grass seedd  are ripe enough to shell from the heads "  of the late cut grass. Chemicaranalyein'  has shown that  plants, are richer   in  protein in the earlier stages of growth  than    when   fully  grown   or   nearly  ma ture.   The chief   with, which' our  feeders have to contend, is the lack of  protein intlie rations made up of our  common feeding stuffs and tliey should  recognize the fact that by cuttingearly,  they   can   get, two   crops   of   highly  nitrogenous todder, where   they   only -  get one liy late cutting.     Cutting 'the  fiist crop even before the   heads-are-  fully giown will tend to cause a vigorous new growth and inthis w.iyagood  ei op of rowan is secured.  The two crops   are   more   valuable,  especially foi- feeding dairy cows, than  one mature ctop''ori ' account''of   the"  increased proportion of protein.    Thei  early cut hay seems more palatiible'to'-  stock, and   weight   for Weight   riiore"  satisfactory.   Ou the other   hand   hy  '    .       i,t. ���������    .        ���������  late cutting we secure a considerably  larger' quantity    of    carbo hydrates.  which'are valuable for feeding and of  crude fibre which   is   of   low   feeding  value.- . .  For the dairy cows and sheep,  grass _  should be cut early,since theseanimals*  do not relish hay that   is   woody   and -  lacking in aroma, as ib  the case .with  late-cut hay. For horses and fattening1  cattle latter cutting   is   allowable,' "as  theseanimals subsist* mostly on cori-'-  centrated feed_and hay serves more.for  'filling," as horsemen say..    In* tests  made by Professors Sanborn and Henrv  .      1! *.*..������ Li fl    -  -n fattening stecis with early and late,  cut hay, it was found'that late cut'hay  gave tbe best iesults. If cutting is  delayed too long the stems ofthe grass-"  become tough' and stringy and the'  seeds scatter from the heads. Such  hay has little aroma and  lacks ' palat-  ... X      . ... ' " .  ability.if not nutrients.     Though   an  indefinita_quantity,,the.aroina_of gra*s.=  has. real value in rendering hay^ more  palatable.    When the   sun .'dissipates,  the dew'from the dying grass   in   the,  meadow, we dctecttheescapingaronia,  because the dew in rising, carries some  of it into the air., This is, one������ reason v  why hay should not-remain scattered *!  over the Held at night,   Green colored,  ....   ..  sWeet smelling hay is really the best,  ���������ind prudent farmers will not overlook"  Mich-- seemingly- email'* points as  preserving thc aroma and preventing  bleaching.        ������������������ *->.  1*'. W. IIODHOX,  Live Stock Commissioner.  j">* A Ping Pong Lunch.  ' The fact that millions of ping pong  balls have already been manufactured  ���������is sufficient proof that the last game ,  has caught on. Eight million . ping  pong halls have, been turned out in  London alone. This latest fad is not  confined.to the upper circle. Little  public houses in back streets advertis*  ping pong; and-all eating house in. the  vicinity of the stock* exchange announced a special menu for the day as  follows:        _  ' *   'Special._  ���������   Boiled Rabbit  and  Ping Pong  Ping-pong ia  not  a soup���������nor are  the  wasted ping-pong xylonite   balls  served   with  sauce 'as   n    bechaaffei  There is a. ping-pong table, so that tbe  customers   bitten - by   the prevailing  craze can' enjoy ��������� a  game.* whilst Une  chop is being cooked.    I suppose if one.  has not a-, partner the attendants are  experts  nt the game.   Soon   wfe will  have the tables   in   Gorgcnzola  hall,  and when the markets are dull, the  pingpong corner can b������ kept pierry. i������^i ii n ������������������nsVjnawro^CTOM ibt^i 'W3&oa&B&8fl$^*e' <i jft  ?������K^g^:j^^3^lJl!?diir5^^  WALL PAPER$  We have them in all  the new designs for the  \ ear. See our samples  if you are goiny to  paper.    .  (anad-] Drug & Book (o  NOTES OF  NEWS  ssmtmmjrowmrotrotrommmwm^  When Spring  ^ts are Desired  and Economy :: Advisable.  ���������CARPENTERS   WANTED-Apply  to .1. Kernaghan. I  Xext Saturday is Victoria day and a  public holiday.  ��������� Fresh butter at A. S. Smith's.  Bourne Rros. opened out in theii  new store on Mackenzie avenue today.  ���������Reid k Voung are* agents for the  I). Ar A. Corset, guarantee every  pair.  (Joldcii senior football club will visit  Huv-clsioke to play the local team  Cm Dilution day. -  ���������All the newest shapes in Mens Soft  and Hard Hats, at Reid & Young's.   -  Kamloops lacrosse men have challenged Revelstbke to si match at the  ('(ii-onation celebration.  ���������Fresh G roceries at A.  N. Smith's.  .las. Murphy formerly of this city,  1 mt now of Ashcroft, was in the city  on Monday attending court.  ��������� Reid & Young are .sole agents for  tlie P. Ar D. French Corset.  M. Parry, of -Nelson, B. O., general  agent for the Confederation Life  Association, spent a few days in the  city this week.  E. P. Davis, K. C. of Vancouver,  was in the city this week attending  the sitting of the Assize court.  The Grand Lodge of the I. O. O. F.  of B. C, meets at  New   Westminster  on June 11th next,  ���������The right goods at the right prices  at Reid Ac Young's.  13. McClelland of the Windsor hotel,  Trout Lake City, was in the city on  Monday.  ���������Strawberries, Green Cucumbers at  C. B. Hume & Co's.  T. G. McNaught, manager of the  Halcyon Hot Springs, spent Saturday  last in thecity, return'ng home Sunday  morning.  ���������A full line of Ladies, Mens and  Chiidrens Summer Underwear, at Reid  i!e Youngs.  ���������Sherriif Redgraves, of Golden, was  in the city on Monday and Tuesday-  attending court.''  ���������W. B. ^Corsets the newest lines,  C. B. Hume & Co,  The Revelstoke Lumber Co., had the  misfortune on Saturday to lose about*  $3,000 worth of logs from their boom  at the Big .Eddy mills.  ���������J ust opened another lot of those  Tailor Made Skirts, call and see them,  al Reid & Young's.  The Ladies Aid of the Methodist  church will hold a ten cent tea at the  residence of Mr. Lindmark, on Saturday afternoon, the 24th of May.  Wanted.���������A dining room girl for  Hotel Ferguson, Ferguson, B. C.  Apply to A.J. McDonell, Hotel Revelstoke.  Fayette Buker, Mrs. Buker and  child, left last night for Vancouver,  where they will in future reside.  Tbe Victoria day celebration at  Calgary has been' postponed to Juno  iOtb, Coronation day.  Capt. Taylor leaves tonight on Xo. 1  I oi'-.S icHInoli s"wh~ere lie w i 1 l~spehd~a f aw'  days fishing and shooting.  ���������Ladies, Misses and Chiidrens  Parasls just opened np at C. B. Hume  Ar Co's.  S- S. Taylur, K. C. Nelson, was in  lown Monday and Tuesday attending  l he Spring Assizes.  A meeting of the ladies executive of  die Hospital   Society   was   held   last  evening at Mrs. McCarty's.  ���������New Neckwear, our weekly shipment of choice Ties just to hand today  tlie newest in the market, at Reid Sc  Young's.  Mr. anil Mil. F. W.illy. of Ingerxill,  Out., anil child, spent a few duy*. in  lhe citv this week, the gueil*. of .Mr-,.  G. M. Clark.  .1. Kernaghan, yesterday signed a  ccntract for the erection of an addition  to tiie C. P. R. workshops.. The new  addition will lie 00x00 f������et.  In the supplementary estimates the  .sum of SloO.OOOisasked for the purchase  of rifles and $'{00,000 for arms ammunition and defences,  D. Stuart, of Carman, Man., i.s stop  ping at the Victoria. Mr. Stuart is en  route to the Ijirdeau where he will  prospect during the summer.  Fred Kilpatrick, of Trout Ijike, City,  who lias been to Manitoba on a visit  to his parents, returned to town lust  week and is stopping at  tho Victoria.  Mr. Jack Rae, of NeUon, B. C.f  spent Saturday and Sunday in the  city with his brother D. M. Rae,  leaving on Monday for Edmonton.  Bourne Bros, are busy moving their  large stock of groceries, Ixjots and  shoes and ready made clothing into  their new premises on McKenzie Ave.  ���������Womens undressed Kid Gloves the  regular ij.1.75 for $1.25. You of course  heard alxnit them last Saturday, we  sold a large number of them, hut still  have plenty, nt Reid & Young's.  "HUME ON   EVERV   PIECE.**  )ow)sfEys  Chocolates  j   We have lately imported '  ' the   choicest  varieties of '  9 the ahove   in   bulk,   _t i 1  ���������  are selling at i  75c. per li. 11  Highest  Award  at the World's Fair.  Red to il  Drugstore f| <^  C. J. Wilkes and B. R. Atkins have  taken up the challenge issued by "The  Dents" to play any combination in the  city a cricket* match on Victoria Day.  An interesting game is looked for.  The Gazette of Grand Forks has  ceased to appear, it having been  absorbed by the news of tbat city.  There are veiy few towns iu ICootenay  today that can support two papers.  Wanted.���������Situation by a woman ns  cook in a mining camp or hotel.  Mining cuinp preferred. References  furnished. For further, information  apply at this office.-  P. Ferguson came up on Monday  from the Lardeau and left last night'  for Vancouver Island where he with  his brothers are interested in a very  promising copper and   gold   property.  M. Pettipiece of the Hkrald, left  for Vancouver Saturday, where he  will take a position on the new socialist  Iiaper about to be established   by   his  mother R. P. Pettipiece  iu that city.  Perfect Goods  at Fair Cost  We can always give you  an even  exchange���������  VALUE FOR CASH.  Dress Goods  Everything the   Ladies require in Dress Goods  ancl the well known " Empress Shoe," with wide  and narrow toe.  mamtmmammammmwmm  iiivrriiii'-itiriyi'irfiiffii  King's Union Made  Boots for Men  Vou 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 q  COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL. ^  Sr ^  |    TAYLOR & GEORGE 3  ^ MACKENZIE AVENUE. ^  g- -^  ST Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To ^3  Jas. Gill, of Johnston & Co. Limited,  leaves on Friday next for Revelstoke  where a start will be made ou the brick  block which is to be erected there for  Messrs. C. 13. Hume & Co,���������Kamloops  Sentinel.  Recent shipments .of beef steers have  been made from Calgary, P. Burns k  Co. shipped 221 head to Liverpool, of  the finest steers ever shipped from  Alberta. The same firm also shipped  10 car." of heavy beef cattle to Dawson,  CLEARANCE SALE J!  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  at cost in order to make room for  another large car of Furniture, which  will be here shortly, call and sec if  we can't sirra* ge to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  J. D. McLennan, the* well known  C. P. R. brakeman, will lepresent  Revelstoke on the coronation contingent.' Mr. McLennan leaves next  Saturday morning for Quebec, wheie  the contingent will mobilize and sail  for London.  R. \V. Norlhe.v. formerly editor and  manager nf the Kootenay Mail, was in  the city last evening, en route to lhe  SimilkaniHpn. Mr. Northey is interested with eastern capital in the  development of some big copper  properties in that district.  ���������Vegetable and Flower Plants 25c,  per doz. Cabbage, Celery. Lettuce.  Tomatoes, Cauliflowers, Candytuft.  Dranthus. Asters. Verbena, Petunias.  Sobelia, Marigold, Phlosc. Sunflowers.  Coreopsis. Nasturtum. Chrysanthemum 25c. per dozen. Cabbage $1 per  100.     J. Maley, Re .-elstoke.  At a largely attended meeting of the  Kamloops football club hold last Tuesday evening in the court house it was  decided that the team would not visit  Revelstoke on May 24th next, but that  if agreeable to the Revelstoke team the  Kamloops lioys would go up there and  play*for the Martin Cup on Comnation  dav.���������Sentinel.  X TXJ^TV^j IT I.  The largest stock of the latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, RINGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables me to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling mc ��������� to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  J\   G-TTY   ZB-A-IRIB-EilR,.  WATCH REPAIRING A'SPECIALTY.  WE HAVE JUST    \  REMOVED'INTO OUR  NEW QUARTERS  ON   MACKENZIE. AVENUE  *3:e"ct:e:r>:A.:ej 'is/t&'&GTZA.issivJS-  I* '***.-*���������      r    )-  SIBBALD & FIELD,  JLO-BISTTS   .FOIR.  Real Estate f������  FINANCIAL-  insurance  C. P. R. TOWNSITE.  MA1IA TOWNSITE.  GEIIRAI'.D TOWNSITE.  CAM-JOHN-'. TOWNSITK, -Si  r Cannila Permanent & Western ������������������    vs!'  )       Canada Mortgage Corporation. tftSs  t Equitable Savings Loan and Building Association. vsg*  (-Imperial Fire.      Caledonian Kire.   Atlas Fire. W������  Canadian ]"ire.   Mercantile Fire.    Northern Fire.       ^^,  -! Guardian Fire.   Manchester Fire.   Great West Life.    IM)  Ocean, Accident and Guarantee.   Confederation Life  >SC  = I Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Flre (g|!J  Rev. S. J. Thompson has received a  -unanimous~invita.tion--to���������be come-the  pastor of the Cranbrook congregation  for the coming year. Mr. Thompson  has not accepted tbe invitation bnt  prefers to leave the decision entirely  in the hands of the conference meeting  tin's week in Vancouver. At a meeting  of the officials of the Methodi.*.tchurcli  here on Monday of last week, Mr.  Thompson received the hearty thanks  of the board for his services for the  past year and a unanimous request to  return for another year to Kaslo.���������  Kootenain.  STATIONERY  FOR LETTER WRITERS.  Tapping's Opera  House  AX EXTRAORDINARY ENGAGEMENT.  RflDSV, ^J O N E   6fR; 19 0 2  a  THE LAUGHING COMEDY  SENSATION    '  TOO RICH TO MARRY"  d'/j^.T-^  large  The use of artistic Note paper  and   Envelopes   is .evidence   of  good taste.  . Our stock consists of a  assortment in  LETTER PADS  NOTE PAPER  BOXED PAPETRIES.  '   Envelopes���������all sizes.  W. BEWS,     -      -     Phm.B.  Drugglit ������nii;*)tatloncr.  Brown Block.  TalepbonciS.  HD  M\M :  rtmeifc  Is steadily growing���������in1 fact'  our Business' this "Season'"is  \  '���������  - - *             ,   -'      ;    . -    N .'  more than double.'   - i,   We'undonbtedly turn out the"  most Styiish and Best fitting - .-  Costumes, ever seen in  this  City.  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'S HIGH CLASS TAILOR. .  Manning: Block,       McKenzie Avel  1 Real Estate Bargains  A Roaring:, Rollicking, Screaming Comedy  WITH AS INTERESTING PLOT.  TTP-TO-DATE   SPBCIAIiTIBS.  Prices���������BOO. and 7Be.  Seats on Sule at Canada Di-ub & Book C������.  Good "Residence &  Store Building.  Terms-$200 cash ;  Balance  on Easy  Terms..  8-ll3omed Res!;  dence, with all  modern improve,  munis. A! very desirable prop -  c-i-ty. Terms cnn be arranged  with suitable party.  0' Boomed House,  with bathroom, etc..  good   cellar.    W ell  situated   for  u   O. P. .It. "man.  Easy Terms. -  A<aaa Plastered House  2b|_������UM with stone found*-  "��������� -- r tion. Good garden  50x100 feet���������well; located. This  iu a special bargain.  /h.j /\ H/\- - A fine -Residence  V11 9 ^81 j>���������7 large i-oome.  ������P*Vr^V ttnd Bath Room.  Electric Lighting, garden 50x100  feet. A comfortable home,  selling ut a great sacrifice.  80 acre Farm, about  6 milesfrom Salmon"  Ann Station. Best -  of soil, good I imbei for domestic  uses and good roods. Terms to  the right party. ������������������  A Number of Other Real Estate Bargains.  Call and irispeot Our List.  Revelstoke Smelter Townsite  Fine Residential and Business Lots in all parts of the ,-j  City on easy terms of payment. A limited number<oi Five-  Acre Garden Plots within  five  minutes' .walk. from .the ;j!  centre oLCity, are now ready for sale. Easy terms'of payment. *   ��������� ._.-..  USWlSf   BROS>   rinancial-cu-id Inaurane* Agentm.  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