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 K  Vol    V.  No    132  REVELSTOKE B. C.   WEDNESDAY,   MAY. 14, 1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  We are the largest buyers  of GROCERIES in the  North Kootenay, and are  therefore able to offer the  yery best goods produced  in the 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. ...  This year we have made  arrangements which will  enable us to give our customers better prices than  ever before.  -W."GL & R.  Shirts  These Shirts are recog-  ..    nizedto  be   superior to  anv made in  Canada for  ' Style" and    Durability.  -'    \Ve have them ."in all the  -Latest Patterns. " ^  Neck Ties  The celebrated CurrieTic  - *- --The  Spring   Patterns  in these-Goods have just  been   received,   and   for  "Beauty and Taste, excel  anything   yet   produced  **'" ' by this Renowned Firm  '���������','< 7: -ofTie Makers.  Hats! Caps!  ; "The wor Id-reno w ned  ".  Christie and Fedora Hats  A   consignment   in   the  Latest, Styles    has   just  _, been operiedlip.  Underwear  rF^S^ingaTTd'Suiri mer."  'A' well -selected consignment of Imported Scotch  and English fine, woolen  Balbriggan and Fleece-  Lined Underwear just to  hand.  CITY COUNCIL  'be carried on extensively, it is not  diflk-ult to see that-tlit? problem of  supplies will he solved by a railway  running through British Columbia.  When this is done the boundary question will be Ies* -important than it is  mday. Northern Briiish|Unlumbia will  be connected wilh the Northwest Ter-  Tenders Called for   new   Side  walks.     Amendment  to  Herd  Tories and the miners will be re vei ing  in bread made of No,  1   hard,   British  Law Proposed. Civil Engineer  to Lay Out New Sidewalks.  The citv council met as usual Friday  night. Present���������tho Mayor, Alderman  McLeod, Hume, Law, Taylor and  Manning..  It was moved by Aid. Mmning,  seconded by Aid. Taylor, that the city  clerk be instructed to reijiiest the  Sec. of the school board to furnish thr.  council with detailed estimates of cost;  plans, etc.. of the proposed building in  accordance with set! ion '31 of the  School Act.  Moved by Aid. Hume, seconded by  Aid. McLeod. tbat the council do at  once take the necessary legal steps to  apply for a record of lhe waters of  Kight Mile creek for Ibe purposes' of a  projected water works system for the  municipality and for 'ft record of 5(10  inches of llie water of said Fight Mile  creek for use in the operation of an  electric lighting system for the municipality and lhat the mayor and cily  clerk be authorized to sign on behalf  of the municipality the requisite notice  or such intended applications and to  have the same posted up in the proper  places.���������Carried.   ���������  Moved by Aid. Hume, seconded by  Aid. McLeod.'thut the roads and st l eels  debentures be printed at once and that*  arrangements be made wilh the corporation bankers to place the debentures  with them as collateral agaisnt  advances on the same.���������Carried,  Moved by Aid. Taylor, seconded by  Aid. Law, tbat tenders be called for  supplying lumber for lhe sidewalks.  Tenders, to stale price per l.O-.O feet,  delivered and disti ibuled wliere  required and sawn inlo lengths as  require'd.���������Carried.  Moved by Aid, Manning, seconded  by Aid. McMahon, that a civil engineer  be employed to lay out the new .sidewalks and to report on the best method  of repairing Howson's corner and "the  cedar box drain.���������carried.  "'JIo'ved"U_ri\ld'. lluTrie, seconded by  Aid. McLeod, that lenders be called  for I be construction of Ibe side-walks;  each section to be tendered for separately and tenderers tu slate price per  foot for 0 fl und S 1*1 walks. Tenders to  be in by norm ol the Slid inst.���������  Carried.  Moved by Aid. McLeod. seconded by  Aid. Taylor, that the government lu*  requested through Mt. Taylor. M.P.P..  to make the proposed amendment to  the municipal clauses act to prevent  animals being herded within the city  limits applicable to all   citjes���������can ied.  The city clerk^was instructed to call  Tor tenders for the construction of  sidewalks)nid crossings, contractor to  fmnish rails and labor. He was also  instructed to invite "tenders for the  supply ofj luinbei, delivered and cut  into the requisite dimensions. Tiie  meeting then adjourned.  Columbia fruit and fish, and Allierta  beef, while all these legions will profit  by selling their si nil" at* miner*? prices.  Jiaslern Camilla will supply manufacturers. Onr American friends will  not be in il when the Territories and  British Columbia are connected with  the Yukon by rail, unless they join the  great Ameiicau migration into  Canada.  Mrs. McKinley Recovering  The widow of the lute President  McKinley is. it is stated, now in good  health; better in fact, than she has  been for many years past. She is  strong enough to sign all her checks,  writes autograph letters and transacts  a cohsidi'i'-ible amount of" business.  Formerly s-lie was unable to attend to  any of these matters, The terrible  ordeal through which .she passed  during her serious illness in'California  and al the time of the assassination  and death of her husband, it is said,  had tbe peculiar ell'ect of restoring her  nervous system lo something like its  normal conditio:!.  SiVINE DIES  Principal Grant, of Kingston,  Dies After a Long and Most  Painful Illness���������Canada Has  Lost A Most Loyal Man.  KlNi-.K'l'oN, Out., May 10.���������lie v. Dr.  Grant, piineipal of Queen's univeisily,  died somewhat suddenly nt, 11:10 this  morning of oedema' of the lungs.  Yesterday and all last niglil the patient  seemed io be iu n. fair way to ri envery.  A bad turn came on lhis morning and  the patient sank rapidly, liis end  was calm. He wait conscious within  an hour of his dealli, recognizing those  around liis bedside. These were XX'.  lt. Giant, M.A., his son: Mr**. Field,  hi**, sister-in-law, and Miss Field, and  his  medical men.  Rich Strike on Old Cariboo.  A well known Big Bend mining man  received a letter from Baskerville  under recent date sluing lhat a rich  strike was made on llie lower end of  the old Spruce claim situate on Lightening Creek, which is yielding from 50  In SO OKS.pei'&i-t of timhrtsS fool cap.  TheSprurc. was onu of I be Bonanza  claims of Lightening Creek in, tbe  middle seventies. The present strike  is about! 20 l'eet higher and light over  the old deep working;:. Judging from  present, indications inc. the Bend .we  will iq.'all probability lie able tn  elironicle*:in event .Similar to the above  from Smith Creek at an early date.  "Will Borrow $3,006,066:'.  In his budget speech today. Finance  Mirister Prentice announced recently  that thc government proposed to  borrow $S,UOO,000 to pay the overdraft  of over a million dollars and to cover  the estimated deficit of several hundred thousand, dollars.���������Nelson News,  A Meeting of the Synod.  The Synod of Brilish Columbia of  the Presbyterian church which includes .Alberta, met in the city of  N.-iiuiimo on the Till in������t., at 7:110 p. 111..  in St. Andrew's chinch. ^.Siune thirty  mer.ihers were present. The large  extent of country to be traversed,'and  expense, accounts for the small  attendance. The retiring moderator,  Rev. W. L. Clay, of Victoria, preaihed  an excellent sermon before a large  congregation* from the text:-'*Aiid il  I be lifted up from the earth, will draw  all men unto Me." John 12, 32. The  Synod was then constituted by prayer.  After roll call, lhe Itev. Jos. McCoy, ol"  Vernon, was - uni.'iimously elected  Moderator. Beyond the appeal case  from St. Andrew's church, New Westminster, against the. action of the  Presbytery in permitting the West  12nd church In build within the limits  of'Sl. Andrew's, the. ducket, comprised  the ordinary church business. Tliure-  day was taken up wilh the/appeal case  wliich proved both difficult arid  intricate. While considerable feeling  hail been engendered in lhe matter,  the debate was rarr:ed on wilh a  moderation and fairness most commendable, A decision was finally  arrived at Friday morning. The  appeal was sustained aud limits laid  down within wliich the West, end  church could build. Friday was taken  up ..with llie dilT'.-ien' rpports. ll*-v.  -Dx: McLiren presented one on Home  Miioiiiins, paying a graceful and tender  liiliute lo the late superintendent * of  missions. llev.y.J. Robertson,- D. D.  The various reports on Foreign Missions. Sabbath schools, Christian  Endeavor, etc., were- presented by the  Convenors and were discussed at  length. During the afternoon 11 deputation from the district Methodist  meeting waited on the Synod to convey  fraternal gieetings. This was received  by the Synod standing and a suitable  reply was made, to the Moderator. The  Syni d at lhe same lime  appointin w-11  committee lo wait on lhe< Melhodjst  Conference ' shortly to ��������� iii'det at the  Coast and convey greetings. It was  decided to meet next year on the first  Wednesday of May in St. Andrew's  church, Kamloops at 7:.W n.m. The  Synod closed on Friday at .(..'jo .>.,n  The Moderator, after a brief but'  eloquent and touching address closed  wilh the Benediction.  J. D: Graham Resigns  J. I). Graham, ^old commissioner,  it Ai.lm, tendered his resignation to  the Depart ment of Mines on May llch,  ���������.riving no reason for doing so." It is  lully expected lim government will  accept it. though it has not been  ollicially gazetted as vet.  Ah! There!  "An Undergraduate,-' writing from  Trinity College, Oxford, to the London  Mail, expresses the fear that the  Rhodes' scholarships will cause the  regular students to he swamped by  colonials and backwoodsmen aud urges  thnt proper care must be taken to see  Hint the winners of lhe Rhodes' scholarships are "lit' to be members of a  society of gentlemen." The tone of  Undergraduate's plaint will identify  him as one or the pink tea ^pets whose  prototypes in .South Africa are in daily  need of the colonials and buckwoorts-  meii'to get them out of the pitfall-? into  which aristocratic imbecility has led  tht* 111. ��������� Vancouver World.  Preparing for Business  Month...-..,, May 7.���������Mr. Mathews,  manager of the C.P.R. hotel at It.mil',  left tbis afternoon with 00 men and  women whom he haa hired for the  business which is to be done during  Lhe summer months.  Funeral of Archbishop Corrigan.  The body of Most Rev. Michael  Augustine Corrigan, D. D., archbishop  of New York, was interred on Friday,  May 9lh, in tbe crypt of St.. Pal rick's  cathedral in that cily. Tbe funeral  was conducted wilh all the impressive  solemnity and ceremony of his church  arid, attended by 11 gathering of rlergy  consisting of eight archbishops,  eighteen bishops and over a thousand  priests. With the break of duy crowds  began . tu assemble at the cathedral  and when the funeral'hour 'urrived a  great niultitud assembled to pay, their  last reverence to the dead prelate.  It. is reported that h contract is about  lo liecloscil bythePaclic Cold Storage  .Co.. of Seattle, with P. Burns & Co..  whereby the former company will be  supplied by thu latter with 1,500 head  of Calgary range cattle, to be laid  down in Vancouver for transportation  north to the Yukon via Skagway.  Hosiery  " Ladies' and Gent's Hosiery in* Silk,  Cashmere,  and \V00l. . A complete  stock of the Latest Patterns and Best Quality.  Hardware  A,.carload of Assorted  Hardware just opening  up.  Enormous Profit.  ..The. enormous  sum   of $111,000,000  earned as net profits during thc yeai'  by the Steel Corporation  gives 11 fair  idea of the magnitude of its  business  and_ofHtB.rankingjinpor_tance__a.mong  the sources   of   the   nation's   wealth.  The United States Steel  Corporation  claims about SO per cent, of the entire  irou and steel output ot the country.  If this be'true, and we   assume that  the outside concerns have made the  name   average. profit, .the    total net  revenues for the iron trade as a whole,  have amounted to  some ."���������Sl&'i.OOO.OOO  during the last 12   months., This   is  nearly   twice   the   sum     which    the  treasury took in during tiie fiscal year  1001.    It is equal to 11 quarter of the  entire year's  receipts of   the  federal  government    from   till   sources,   and  mure than half thc .<5243,0O0,00O whicli  was collected from customs during the  12  months   ending    last   December.  Multiply tlie same sum  hy  four and  we   have  nn   amount  equal    to   Inst  year's entire visible credit in  foreign  trade. : From   thase  comparisons tho  true  proportions .of    the   iron  trade  income are brought more clearly  into  view.   No    other  manufacturing   in  dustry, of couree, comes any way near  it in point of profits. * Tlie mining and  transportation   of coal   holds   second  place,    and    cotton     manufacturers  grobably holds the third.    But to see  the   wide   gap   between   the   returns  from iron production and those from  cotton    manufacturers   it    is    only  necessary   to compare   the   dividend  disbursements    by      the     principal,  producing interests m the two interests  during the last year.    The Steel Corporation paid out   altogether   to   its  stockholders   $00,000,000,     against    a  total of $1,111.000 paid to shareholder  in the Fali River cotton mills.  In Need of.a Railway   -  Tha Toronto Globe says that if, as is  generallyjexpectsd, the Yukon is going  to be a permanent source of wealth,  ond especially if quartz mining shall  Stylish   Shirtwaists,    Muslin  Dresses  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  American jockeys won all  the races  I at Paris yesterday.  Thousands of starving Russian  peasants are entering Moscow daily.  $200,000 is the loss enured by a flre at  101 and 1(8 Dunne street, New York,  today.  United Slates congress appropriated  $i500.0:)U for the relief of the volcano  sufl'ertji s.  An epidemic of scarlet fever has  broken out afresh amongst the school  children of Rossland.  The U.S. congress have passed a bill  appropriating $200,000 for the relief of  the Martinique suffeiers.  The barns or ]..|i Bellinger, of  Chalham. Out., were burned today.  Loss estunated at $27,000. -   '   -  Tbe Ontario crop report which has  just been issued reports .the crop  outlook as generally most favorable.  Paquette, the murderer of Legree at  Notch Hill, has been sentenced to"-be  banged at Kamloops on June the" 3rd.  The Oolima volcano in Mexico is  reported lo be belching smoke and  flames and lias been for several days.  2.500 employees of thoSanlaFeshops  at Topeka, Ka . have agreed not to eat  meat for 30 days thus" boycotting the  beef 11 ust.  Lale.-t advices from St. Vincent  stale that us far as known 1000 persons  have perished as a result of the  eruplion of lcafriere volcano.*.  5,000 carpenters and 2,300 structural  iron workers return to work , at  Pittsburg. Pa., today, after being on  strike ' for higher wages. They  obtained their demands.  The weekly report of Lord Kitchener  shows If) Boers killed, 0'wounded,.iS02  prisoners, anil 9 surrendered. 000 rifles,  157 wagons, 400 hoi*ses and 1,300 head  of cattle were captured. . ._-.���������..* 1 -..  The 11. C. government applied* fur  closure on the Budget debate last  afterm on after it had been on for  several weeks and got into a committee  on estimates.' Division was 20 to 18 in  favor of Ihe Govt.  '���������  As a result af an explosion of a train  of ifaplha cars in the Sheridan yards  of the Pan Handle Ry. at Pittsburg,  Pa., several adjacent hotels and other  property were destroyed by Hre and a  score of lives lost and about 200 persons  were badly burned. 75 per cent of  whom will probably die.-  ��������� Archie McFacliern. tlie champion  bicycle rider* of Toronto,' Out., was  killed in Atlantic city, N.J. He was  being' paced .by motor tandem, \vhe������  Lhe chain of which broke, when  McEaclieru collided with the tandem,  receiving injuries which resulted in  his death 20 minutes later.'  We have now ready for your inspection one of. the finest displays of the above  lines of goods ever imported into this city.    "Perhaps you  may think tliis statc-  -nieiU-nithei--sti-oiigras-past-seasonsish6wings=havc-bcen-splen.clidy-but-the7Styles^  and varieties arc so different and the garmenls made up so tastily;*?  Hrrhose who  have seen the goods have pronounced them exquisite in every,jvay,.besides, the,,  way they arc selling, clearly tellsus.thcy are lhc cream  of, lhe city.     Come and  see what yoii'lhink of them yourself.   Its a pleasure lo show such goods whether   .  vou'buv or noi.  *J  SHIRTWAISTS  Made of Fine Cambric in stripes, new shades', of  Oxblood. Navy Light Blue and (.ii-eys.-- Looks as  well as many shown al. twice the price. Our gieat.  leader  -' 7Bc  WHITE MUSLIN AND LAWN WAISTS  Made of fine Organdie or Vicloi'i.i Lawn, hciiuli-  fnlly iriiiiined with Fine Tucking or Valenciennes  Lace, buttoned in front or back. Nothing better  iu tbe market.    Prices from . .c;  SI.OO to $3.50  FLANNELETTE SENSATION  Don't wait, but come as farly as possible if you  want to shu re iii Ibis 1,000 yaids of Stripe Flannelette, different patterns to choose from, good  weight ��������� per yd. 5c.  Ibx  THE SHOE DEPARTMENT  and  Men's,   Misses,    Womens'   Children's  Infants' Shoes���������Unusual Values.  Uu US-mil values  in   brand new; lines of goods is the  iiiiuoimcenieiit from the Boot Section today.  Hundreds of pairs of these���������Stylish Hoots for  Women and Misses, have heen bought from the  factory at 11 specially low-.figures and are being sold  today at great price reductions.  CYCLONE SALE OF MEN'S & BOYS' SUITS  Gel, ready for bargains in Mens and Boys'  Clothing. Don't, miss Ibis chance. Come early���������  Bargains await you here and aj big stock to choose  from.  Men's Furnishings Department  A complete stock of everything a man needs at prices always the lowest. As thc  season advances your needs increase, but our little prices help you to gratify  every wish.    Every department is now at its best and contains many specials.  REID & YOUNG  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  Big Show Coming:.  Manager  Tapping   has secured   by  special arrangement, forone night only  Kdwin Owen' Towne's  great comedy,  " Too liii.h to Marry."  This Company comes direct from  New York City with almost the entire  All Star original caste. This certainly  will be tho coming event of the season.  The date will lie announced soon.  Bishop Dart's Visit. "  Notwithstanding the heavy rain' on  Saturday afternoon, a large number  of the faithful parisnioners of St.  Peter's church embraced the delightful  opportunity of meeting the- Lord  Bishop of New Westminster -'and  Kootenay at a social function held at  tlie rectory. It seldom occurs hat*  that such an opportunity is given the  members to come in touch and get  personally acquainted with the Lord  Bishop, and the Herald man noticed  that the people took advantage of it,  for they turned out en masse to greet  him.  Tlie Bishop preached eloquent and  impressive sermons both morning and  evening in St. Peter's church and  administered (he rite of confirmation  on Monday afternoon. His Lordship  left on last night's No. 1 for his home  in New "Westminster.  / ���������m  1  {tfclolol^ l|ci'nlil ami |[nihvnu  ci}^ii'.') |uui'nnl,  I'.i Ijiishetl .Hy     .  ;���������������..'������������������'���������-*������������������'  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  ���������Litnit'cil Liability.   ������������������  A. JOHNSON,  MiiiiiiElni; lilruetor.  A Semi-Weekly Joiirnii! published in the  inlercsis of llu* riillwiiv-inoii. minium men "ami  hii-dnc****. lin'ii of lhu West. Uny*. of l'libll.'iili-in  Weilue-S'liiy unil StUnr.luy.  AiiVKiiiiiiMi imi:*i.  .*.|ii|5lf cnliiinii,  liih*    | ������ni*  I-isplrty ikN., fl.Sli per inch  t2  j.ei'   i'neh   when inserieil     --  Li**,*til nd-j.. 10 rent*! per ineh (iHinpttriel) line  fni Iirsi insertion ; .*"> ritlh for eneli nrlilitinllul  in* ( rtlon. I.*.enl unlit*.*-* ut.eenis per line ench  i.Mie. Birih, Mnrriu**... mul IJeiuli .Noiiees  fix* i.  *-l'llSCItl.TIUN  HATIM.  Uy mull or eii'rier ti per iiiiiuuii; $l,'2.j for  si.*, nio-.iths, bti'letiy in ikIviuicl* .  Ol'I! JOll  llKI'AKTSIIlNT.  I :->ne nl lhe hot ei|-.iippcil printlneollices in  'lio Wesi nml prep.ire.l lo execute nil kiinK ol  f.iiulini; In lir**li'hiss stylo nt'honest prices.  Une rrlee to all. No job" loo Inrne���������none loe  hiiiull���������forns. Mail or.lers pronipllv alien.Icl  lo.   (Jiyu lis a trial on yonr next order.  ���������IO C01ll!l>l'ONI)I.'Nl-S.  Wc invlie corre-sponilenc-i ou any subject  o' lu|.*re-.l to the *.reilcra] puhlic. In all ea--e.s  lhe bona II.le name of the wriler must accom-  piuiv liianuseripi. bin not neeensarily ior  j.ii blfeiilioii.  Aililre*.** ail c'liiiiiiiiiiiieailons to llie Mmm-joi-  notici: -io u.i:i:i:--I'ONPK.n"is.  I.-All correspoinlenee must" be legibly  li ritteii on one si.le of tiie paper only.  :!.���������C;orrc.spon.lenee eniitiiiiiini*: por*.ruiul  liuilier iuu**t be-.fi-ueil with the. 'proper uaine  otthe wriler.  (i. j;.Cii:OGA.\,  Killtor.  Wnnxiwn.w. May Jl. 1002.  s ild out ship and cargo to lhe Brilish  American (<oi poi'iiti_on, so the wi iter  Iraiisl'inei his allegii-ueeto lliat. com-  piiuy aiiil wuh; nppohited assislnnt  .iiiaii.'i^i-ri XVe hull quite a lively trip  up llie livei- for pilots were ainiosl  dreaded by navigators nnd wo were  'only loo glad to see. its iinliospitalilo  .-ihori'S.di.sappciir.  . Ts'n I'uriher uVisliap befell us iinl.il we  rc'.'iohi.'d tbe end of-the Alaskan pen  insula, mul tried . to get thiiiugh  ������������������Isanaki," or l*'al*,e fSfrailH.- Tho liist.  Iiassagi! between lhc mainland and the  Aleutian Is'aud-s here our Conroy ran  iigrbund and we had io act as lighters  and unload most of hor cargo before  she Honied. Al'lor lhis the Ooimiy  lii-ridi'd to go I'ouiid by Dutch Harbor  nnd join us again on the Behren sea  side of the straits. Ho we steamed  into the Isanaki strait* and cast anchor  oil' the I'ussian village 'of Murxoii-.  every oilier day taking a rim out to  the l!vhreus sea entrance to look out  for the arrival of our Coi'roy. Here  we experienced very rough weal her  for Ki davs.    Jl. blew   a  u.ile  of   wind  ^���������IwAirinu'WPiargi .'imrrmwi rsxi-griimgr.i!-jiL-^ukiiij  a nil  lliei  v  is  a  terrillc  From A. H. Mogridge, Formerly  Manager    at     Halcyon    Hot  Springs.  Sulphur Creek, Yukon Territory  April 7th, 11)02.  'Io thc l'ditor of llie Hi:i!..I.i*:  Sir: A few days ago ourinutiial friend  ^lauiigciOIcNaiighLof Halcyon Springs  sent me a Itcvelstokc JIkkai.h, the  perusal of which brought back pleasant  recollections of days spent on Arrow  Lakes and in your thriving town. The  last time 1 had the pleasurcofenjoying  your society f wa.s manager at the  Springs and you were one of our guests,  and I was trying to make things  plcasent Tor you iu anticipation of a  writeu|\ in your valuable paper and  unless my memory plays mc false I  still have that wrilcup stored awa"* 'in  my trunk in Dawson, as a momenfo of  limes gone by. I left, Vancouver in  the month of June '!){!, bound - for  .Dawson and had ijuilo an eventful trip  for the company that 1 became  associated with, had built, a stern  wheel steamer to ply on the Vukon  Kiver, and upon this craft I stored  away my belongings and math' tbe  voyage from Vancouver to thc  metropolis uf the land of gold.  IVe started out in tow of the propeller On pilano. but found this menus  of locomotion bolh .slow: dangerous  and unpleasant, so c;-.st off our hawser  and proceeded for the nearer part of  the voyage under our own steam.  Almost from the first we had astormy  trip and at one lime it looked as if wc  -were all 'destined for Davy .Tone's  locker, instead of Dawson. I'or when  well out inthe Pacilic ocean, some CO  miles soulh'i.r Kakatak Bay. which lies  almost under the shadow of Mount St.  JClias. and is ISM'miles west'of C.ipe  _i:peucer-_w.(ij.'an-into-:i-soiitljeast-gnift*  the most, dieadful of all Pacific storms.  "We drifted at the mercy oC.the winds,  but our boat was a staunch one and  stood thu' test nobly, and although  somewhat battej-ed. wc escapee, without any serious damage and made the  welcomed shelter of Nakalak Bay.  This bay deserve.- some mention, as it  is one of the principal bays on the  South Alaskan (Joust.. If has a* verv  wide entrance, and lifter rounding  Ocean Cape, that minks its eastern  limit, a fine harbor is found that, is  extensively used by crafts, navigating  these .stormy waters. On the eastern  ahoi-e.i of the harhor.and wvllahellor.-'d  from the Pacific, i-- the Indian village  of Vakatak, cnn.-ialing of many log  buildings occupied by the Indian  population, a Mounian mission and  church. Alaska commercial po.it. and  -several trading post.-, for the Indium.  for hundreds of milt.-along the coast  and fiom the interior gather hero to  trade. This place also .-ccins to be  hcadt-juarlcr-s fur the clan "Johnson."  for the cn plain of our steamer "Uglit-  ning'' was named Johnson, also Ihe  Moravian ini-.-,io:iary. and one of tin-  traders. The hmd Johnson visited  the sea .Johnson and all seemed to  take kindly to my Scotch whiskey, so  if you,. Mi*. Editor, should happen to  visit th<! part of lhc world you may be  assured of a hcai ly welcome.  The main hay runs inland for a  distance of IT, miles, a lino-I. to the  foot ol Mount St. I'.lia.-i, and forms a  large body of land-locked water,  known as Disenchantment Bay.   Deep  channels run cast from this as'far as  Dry Tiny, and the Alaska river, west of  Vakatak, sti etching fiom the fool, of  Mount St. Elius to the Pacific, a distance of 130 miles. The land,is covered  by the giant Malisperin   glacier; thi.s  tide through these straits, wc. bad our  li I of dangerous navigation, anil had  many narrow escapes from lieing  wrecked, but at last our (.'onvoyput in  an appearance, and we .struck out. for  thu trip across llcl-rcus sc.-i. The Soulh  Alaskan coast, is a barren deso'ate  region and the peninsula is entirely  bare of timhi-r, but, is reiloved by the  wonderful growth of rank grass of t Inmost, vivid green that I have ever seen  and i.s dulled over with' a bewildering  variety of beautiful wild Mowers ofthe  most br'lliatit hues, so that il. only  needs thc sun to shine lo give the  country a very uttractivc appearance.  Unfortunately, the sun rarely shines,  but it rains days, nights and Sundays,  and then start.-; afresh and rains some  more, lt is a wonderful coast for fish  and during the salmon se.-.son every  little stream is choked hy thousands of  these fish trying to force theii* way  up stream to spawn. Sea trout and  codfish also abound and game,  ptarmigan and waterfowl are hero iu  abundance. The writer used to go  ashore every day and shoot game  enough lo kcepus in fresh meal whilst  we wero anchored at Mii/.oria. The  Moran fleet of sternwhcclers, 12 in all.  and tho Canadian and Columbian, of  11k.:Canadian Vukon Development Co.,  arrived and left for thc north before  ������we did. The .Moran boats were badly  battered and their captains envied, us  our trim craft, that had conic through  without a scratch.  "Wo had an uneventful voyage across  Uehvens sea and only sighted land  once, most of the time experiencing  tliick weather with a heavy sea. AVe  struck north of St. Michaels on account  of shoal water near tho coast, and  sighted Cape Nome before running  south to Si, Michaels, where we  arrived eaily in Angus'. Gf) days out  Iioiii Vancouver. Shortly, afier our  arrival the owners of  the " Lightning .  Continued on Page ii.  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  GAMP OF FISH RIVER  The Centre for all the Big* Free Milling Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek, Etc.  5  EASY  TERMS   OF   PAYMENT.  A   Ton   Shunp  Mill   and   Diamond  Drills,  Et.-.,   aiu   now  on   tlio. way   to   Goldfields  for the Njrth-  westevn    Devolomnenl    Syndictto.      Tliis  means   that    Goldfields  thut District.  will 'be ihu  Big] Town  in  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  R. F. PERRY",  Resident Manager.  .  a&a^a-*m.*H-|IIW.MjJ������p.|.|RH1Mitmw.,J^^J,J.LIJ,n,,,,.T,  -.."! J  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   15 A., I.L.U.  I'.arrihU.T,      Solicitor,    Notary  F'tTfi St reel, ltevilsloke.  Monuv tn lonn.  l-ublte,  un*.  H  AIlVEY, M'CAKTJia it PINKHAM  Solicitors for Imperial Hunk of Cannila.  Coinpanv fiimls loloiin ins per emu.  FinsT Stkkkt. llevelsioke II. C.      MRS. LAUDER  FRESH FRUIT IN SEASON  ICE CREAiti.  ICE CREAM SODAS  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  &S-* UNION <=^5&  Cigar   Factory   ^  SOCIETIES.  dfo  Ued   Kose  Pearce mccu seeonil anil fonrtli  Tncsilavs ofeaeli  monlli j Wliile Rose oearee  mceii tliinl 'rucMlav of eniili quarter, in Oiluicl-  lons Hull.   Visitin-.' brethren welcome  G   E CKOflAX. UY. EDWARDS.  President. Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular mectiiiKS nro lieKl  in  llu  Oddfellow's Hull mi  tlie Third  Iti*  -    dav oi each mouth, lit 8 p.m sharp.  'J    Ylailliii. breilirmi cordially invited  -nil A. J    IINSOX, W.M  *' W. G. 111KNEY, Rec.-Scc.  CHURCHES  METHODIST ClIVRrll.  11EVEMTOKE.  I'rcaciiiiie service- at 11 11. 111. and 7::ffl p. 111  Class meeoiti.: al llie close of llie inoriiiiis  **ervic*e. ^abbHth School and Hible i;lnss nl .*1:.!U  Wi-okly I'raver Meeting every Wednesday  ervniin. at .T*:So. The public nre cor.iniily  liiv-Ced.   S'.iiisfree.  Rev. C. Ladner, l'nstor.  OiSix  *^7-  ?T. 1-ETEr. S r-llURUH,  ASOI.ICAS.  I:i^ht n.m., llolv Eucharist; 11 a.m., mn -..is,  LliaiiT nnd verinon (llolv Enciinrlst  Iirsi .Sun-  (itv in the inonlhi*. 'if-lo  Sunday   scliool, or  clilliirfii'- **crvli'e: '���������L-'M K-.-en*<oiii; ti'liornl) and  ss/    jsermou.    llolv  riay.-'nie  Holy   Klicharisl is  >=< ( rcl.'iraiod at'-, a.m. or S a.m., ns announced.  ���������vf-?. i     llolv linplism afier Sunday School al'l-l.-i.  REVKLSTOKE,   B.C. Ml ' c. .1. fP-OcisiE.*.. Hector.  m.  --r^zr-.  rliri:rn.  H.  A.   BROWN.     PRO!'.   ^ :    Service every Sunday at II a.m. anil 7:*M p.m  ^"'iSStei -^ ! '���������" u tu,-!l -1" *r': welcome.     i'rayer ineetins ������   '-^*^���������>^��������� /S,;. i S5p. m.eicryVfVdncsdny.  'f������j) \ Kkv. \\.C. Calder, Pastor.  Brands: ' r^A; :   OUR   SPECIAL   ancl   THE   UNION J^T f  I'.oman rAnior.ii: CHURCH.  Jta's   at  I0:','fi a. in,   on   r.r.-.t,  second nnd  ffz* 1 (rvirtli .-uildny-i In llu* inon'li.  \^f)l I ]..:V.   I'ATHER   THAYER.  PAIA'ATIOS   ARMS'.  M������������lln^cvur5'ntalitin their  Hall on   Front  ���������yt eft  ei,  'aoiHG  r  TRAINS. LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  liASTBOUNI)     S:20  AVIOSTIJUUND*  ]7::-IO  SOUTHHOL7ND     S:10  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  Wednesday's it Sundays'lo Toronto  Fridays���������To "Montreal and'Boston  Xow  TO-  LOW RATE TICKETS  on Sale I'roni Hastorii-Poiiit:*  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  TO   -CHINA.  -AUSTRALIA  .IAPAN.  ALASJCA  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and lvnni nil "j.oinls.-  ,".l'"or *  full    inl'orni.'ition,    printed  mutter, eti:., eall on nr address,  I'-UliK  ltUR   Ml;i?'|*.s  ALL TIIAJXS.  IT.bT CLASb   AC'CO.M.VOI1.\T1(J.V.  IIIiATlSD HY  HOT'A IK.  JUSASON'AHLE' HATES.  Brown & Guerin, Props.      *--,,*'j;C i'i  ELKCTltlC BELLS AND'LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM."  IIOUHLY  STIJISI.'!" ������All  .mi-:i-:ts all thains.  HAII -WELL' SUPPLIED BY. TIIE CHOICEST  --IVIXICS,, LIQUORS |AND  CIGARS   T. W. Bradshaw,  A ire n 1  rfeveisiobe.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Hen.  Passenger AKont  Vancouver.  *-l"i"i'*l"J**i'*i**I"l**^4.i.i.l..n,^,^.^���������j..i.^,4.i  JConfectiorier-t  \m  A full and complete  line of  RU?*/PTLY SECURED  }    Writi* fo'- our  fn:rr'"-ttr,fj'Vtck" ** Invent-^ ���������  )������jr'^ H-stp" .im (   " llf.r/ ycti crc svIntflftl/V '.  yhenri u-1 -\ rwzh sketch er n:<-<fcl t f -.n.r ii.-? '  )viMitiou '^rijni.iViik-t.-'irtiit -ai*rl v.-r \t i\\ i.;M \o\w '  'frcn our (ip\iiii-ii .'.-to wlirtlif r i* [��������������� jjrolir.hly)   j  Vi-nlPHiaVe.    Pfjrcr**:! uppllcntlr--- 1i:.v',*g!"!l':i)   j  ;l>cen   ������������������.licrci'BfiiiJy   ^r-'K-LCi:!*--*!   \,y   n**,     \iv"  Jcondnct   fuiiy eonir-pril r,{T:ci *������ in  Montreal  .uiui Wa*. hi 11 ^tnn ; tlii-,ii,nIii!*"* ti- tn j-rompt*  liy 'lUpatch worjfairl qu'cklv -^ curr r*r.t/>ntsJ  Sa'js bro wi .is tlie iitvciiLiwn. Iliglicst retWerices,  1 fiirni������-hcd.  S Patent**" procured tliroutjii Mnrion & Ma-  l rioti receive rjvcial notice witiiont charge in  j over 100 11'���������vr-^pajkcrs* rii-s.tribiittd tlirouRhotit  ) thc- U minion.  7 Specialty:���������P.iter.t b.isiness of Manufr.c-  iturcrsanri linj^ineers.  MARION & MARION  )    Patent Export? ancl Solicitors.   .  >nttxr��������� .   S   N������w Yo!-k ufc B'W'tf. rtontresl{  ^Olllcea.    -j    Atlantic Bld]l.Wa3hlr*i:ton D.C  "  C^r^r^r- '  I   +  I   t  H  EDWARD  TAXI TJEitM 1ST.  TiF.F.li IIK.vn������, BIKHS. Ktc MOU.'.'TKn,  Knrs CWixr.t'.tl txxtil Iie-airr.i.  JUST EA-rT OF  I'KK.-iliYTKKIA.*:  ClfUP.CH  Thlr.l ssreut.  Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  and Railway Street.  t*  *  **************************  I   ALEX. P^cLEAN  &G9  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD >.,:  Wo liiivc )Hi:'ch,'isei*s for all Icinils of metalliferous mines arid pros- .  liccts. .'ind desire to lieur from prospectors and others having nronertv "  tor K.*ile. .  "��������� ' . v "     *      * 1  Our fiicilitica for ninking quick suloa are unrivalled. *.,7, )  Send us reports: also sum plus of ore for exhibition at our Office.      *  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED'/' '������  0.E5OX70 , . -   iN0|������on, B.C.j!  ir. a. iw iisoy, fn-vidcnt.  ...  , *.. A~,i-A'-'^?J,i :   -;  ' M. J'-0,BItIKNT,''Maiih"Bi'iig Director   :  "^KMlstoETWineliiia SpirifCor  I.lmUcci Liability. ., ,,* Ta    ;(,   .-t  Carry aliill iimlcomrloto lino of   '  '     *'-''   .*cl'- *  Scotch and Rye Whiskies,' Boar-idies* Rums',   '"  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth "Gins,  Ports, Shcries, Clarets, Champagne, Liquors  Imported and Domestic .Cigars.  "   ' ' 1"  ^3  f-Jv  ACES and  A liiri?<* riniKpnf I'nint I.iwc  Iiiii-licis unil llniifiibiiri;  Ilrimls,     Stumper!     liu-i^n  RAIDS rtB  *������i Sni!ii|iP(| Much*., KmbroiiVery  ��������� Ncccliei'. Hooks, At*.  irfii-.  ilery  IS  ���������l/l-HHHH'HH'l-l-l-M-l-l'H-l'M  I PELLEW-HARVEY, |  BRYANT & CiLf������AN I  % Mining Engineers  and Assaycrs,  li.C.       K.������t������l)iialiC(l ISM  g VANCUVKK  $  .-._  g ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  :i) UNDERTAKEN.  'p    S "li-t������ inmlp iif. t<> 2,or,0!Ii*'.  y A ���������.[.'���������������������������i-ilty niit'le ol elicehu..** .Smi-ller  (3 '���������������H'-*!*  y, KnmjJlcs from the Interior by mnll or  ������ v.vi.rwi promptly nttenilt"! to.  ������ Citrriiflf-Ginlcnee sollcllcil.j ���������   V  A. H. HOLDICH    .  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.     .  ?.'.: fLlrf'Uttf.if,'. Slixtfi. I.on'!on.     'zi:'.-frll   ;.van \ ri  nt   Morfa   \Vr*rk.,   Mi'imwift.     17   yenr-l   (.'/iii.*I i 'P    1  Chemist  to  Wij,'An  f:oaI ond   Iron Co.,   Kn^.! r<   *���������*  '.nt*.' c)icm(*ir and A.-'aver, Hail Mine-., I.t'l. >{  i',',.limit exrtrniinjfi an.l reporie'l upon. !?  Ferguson. B.C,   gj  %  RICVHI.S'I-OKK,   H.C  II Mason &Risch Pia;i3  ii   ���������  timer, at  SI-XUN'D  STREET,    EAS'I .  reaches in. pl.-iccs rigln into (lie ocean  and presents clim,   hundreds   of feetj������> VANCOUVEB, B. C  high of solid blue ice.      if,   i.s   a , onavt J ^.j..yj..j..T jj f * ,j ,j * l**** l******* I Thn Frnd Unhinanh Lumber~Co., Limited  TISViE TABLE  S.S. ARCHER OR S. S. I.ARDISAU  Kiinnlnij lirtwcfin ? rro'.vhcftM, Tnont'-'on'n  Lnnrlini; nnrl (Jomapllx, coinnitiiK hit; (if\.t*)mr  Mlh, li*f)3, will anil fti HjIJowm, wvAlhur purmH-  f.nnviiti; ArrowIiCJirl for TlKtinsnn'-; KiHi'linj-f  run! Coiniiplix -.   ..t\\ii"*.'������lH.ly ���������10k, ������n������l l.'i:.  "Leaving O-funnpIix uivl  'IJinm-.on,1i r.tiiidiMtf  for Arrowhcnd..,.ttvlcc<IaUy���������7:l">k nml l'._*:*1.">k  M������ikin>; clos-ri cwiincctions with all  (;. J'. J(.  StCHinors aikI Trains.}  Tlicownorj* reserve thc right toclian^u times  of Rullings without notice, t  nemsi  Ably furnish.. I  Choicest tlie  affords.  w.Ih   the  "Market  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CiOARS  Large,  Light bedrooms.  Ilprlin nml zL.|.livr \Vool������, all  flunk-*,, SII|i|iur holes, Vulun-  rmiiccH f..i(*o, JiihcrUon.  "Cull nl the  -Lvtl  Wt  ^y  Misses Sheppard & Bell cM  '���������--J MuKeilZic A\UIlllO n..'l*l'        xii  ������������������t-V  A1ADISON 'PARLORS.  'jh  Misses Sher  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  I'romiil delivery of parcels, baggage, eto.-'  _iu nil}* part ofthe city _.       l  Any Kind of transferring  Undertaken-  oe'A'l  *.>i^*-*-K{*^?.^./a^t*!fe*v^yfa_.a5^>^65iaaiB  liivc, andletliveh!  All orders left at R. M. Smythe's Tobacco  lore, or by Teleplioue No.7 will receive prompt  ttcntlou r       J  .-v. ^j<��������� ..  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rale.  J. Albert Slone -Prop.  ������  ���������5  v.  I'leji.sis don't I ry ;ind run ns  out of lown by -.ending your  oiders ci*.t. We must linvc  your woik in uitlc-i* to live.  XVe il.']innd on you fo_- our'  work ! K.-iitern Iioum'm Jo  n*>t! Do nut allow yourself  to he roped in hy Lheir ped-  dlei-3. We also guarantee  to fjivo you better satisfaction for your money.  ZR,.   S.   WILSOIir,  Next the McCarty Block.  Jas. I.* Wdpdrow  -    BUTGHER  *.. v ���������.. . *s*  \  Ret.-iil Dealer in��������� \ ���������'        \  ./ i Beefj'Pork,  -:*i     :  -  '    Mutton, Etc. '''''*- ;  Fish and Game in .Saaaofl   All orders promptly filled,  ^niSSSa. 'EBYBItg-SOEH, B.5  /:,  y\  i   .  *.1|  1 m ii?  ������&*&&f&g>^&HHMNHb������*W^  . -1  '���������������  * ,v.;.,,^nie������:SmcIting.Cje.i"������.l;re;.Qf,..t.h.c., SlmJLl>MLcc.n3r'Vllc)'*. ..Packed':by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.   -���������-  .  9i 'Surrounded by the following resources:    Coil," gold*,  copper,; silveit'and a line agri  cultural country. Large herds of cattle,- fruit -.in* abundance; with-a^Gliiiiate almost '.southern  and all thafcottld be asked.-i .-,������������������������������������.���������.��������� .v._.:.*.* *   C- ������������������-..'���������  ;���������; ASHNOLA is owned.anil biicked l.y't-.liep.'iyi'oll of tin.** SiniilW.uiU'On Valley Conl   Company,   Ltd.,  which is n'guar.inteo in itself of its success.: .Tlio equipment and 'dovOlopnient: of., their coal 'mines, insl-alling  of water, electric light and power plants' are-al ready at'1'.uig.jd for. .Tin* tie vqlppmi-iit of the Asiinola Goai  Company's mine hy Lhe Eastern Oapitalii-its^vhp^have established'thcir payrollac AS UNO LA, makes it the  opining city of the interior of British Columbia. y     'I ii.-'*-''*'.-'*'**  |: Oityiof7W&Wi^srii ���������. ^ragrfess aeid Sif^at; Prosperity  Lots in Ashnola are safe in vestments.    In Blocks 1 to I and 13 to 20 ^he/price  will be advanced 2."ic.  itli until Mav 1st, l'.)32, and to.Voir pm'cent'., hi the remaining blocks.fcTlic'prescnt price is from .%'iO'to  ������  pei mon  $225     Twenty-five percent, cash, three, six andniii'i* months without interest;-.'  !"-. ���������**   _ :....... t....'...!:^   .'r..*:*'..1....*.;!* I*....     I.*:.^1.4.    1. .. 11.1 I .*. . _ .    -1 .. .A . . .T.C .".  to  AiTaiigiMiionl.s are already* eoiKliloteil* IVn* 'ISighb. buildings,'iiieliidihg'cottages for the Employees of  Hhecninpiiny at Ashnuhi.'    This work.will lui under full headway by May JsO   ���������;"  3 ,    Four years ago the Crow's' Nest Shiirescould bo bought and were)spld*atn cents.   Today they are  quote 1 at.7$8l).0().   "With the advent of transportation, .Similkameen*Valley;, Goal  can  be delivered  at any  p'lintin \V'est Kooteiia'J'.oi'.-Yiilt!i as clinaply*iia byaiiy..othor Coiiipahy hi C\inada,'.; ....'-; 7:       A, ���������'���������-.".  .1 FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS:  Si Ml LKASVi EEN^; VALLEY '���������: COAL j  ., j,' '���������'.'<;, i'i'.yi   -        NFLSONy B. C;-*-4  APPLY TO " :.:.',  Cdtr   LIMITED^  * P^i>^j>������������*i&+****-.p**jr**i**#, fc*******************'*'**^  *&:  THE4re������^iNSlTElOF  l&MOW Cm THE MARKET.  :\yy^7  ftBUY-*:BEFOI^Ei*Y������^ iSIJiBEP.  GI RCEE*' GI TY fi. srth c ^TSrm i nus^-^J^ffie;::\prp posediy R ai 1 way -al read y;;-*-sii i*y eyed -,-  :circee:cf.  ;-f:*^-:*:*-'.>^  j'K^.isSb^  ���������vpiCeRCEEfGIT^^  .-.���������.il*....*.���������������������������...���������, *T.-......i*5.i.-T.-:-*   ��������� ���������...���������-������������������.������������������.-.,���������-���������..yilr;*f?:nv:"��������� ���������'���������'������������������y,'r^vpiyyr 'yrfc't ������������������������������������������������������'������������������'���������������������������- ���������  ������������������:$iSy:A77y:7SL7A::7L7'777:y:L^M01i. -sWy:A:A.AAM7^r "lTll ri7L7:A::A  ,M.,.y ...... ������������������������������������.-.<������������������? .-_,-,. -.-.*.,.,..:,;,;;'. .^-.gigtn^aSij*^. ���������-���������>-.-.������ ���������-v^.-:yr}.:ifta:;yy^.si:iigyy.yy;yyy.  jby^M'i'iiihgS^Rrqpertifes^  yyy-*A'X L.^v,r���������������>���������������;:<. <;i.w'f^t.>f.:i-:,.:LA'<iiiZ,:-}iTii:.$,-*.&$������������������{* .-.-������������������CV;-:--*'*-.:���������������������������������������������* ������������������;.*.--":.-������ ������������������������������������-.��������� '���������:���������  7iypBy77i^  '^077707mi������TC37y^^  irgms^ii^;  l.;������(l ,  ���������X&OiXXCrXTly  * NCTICK IS IIKRKBV CllVXXt.Uiiiil SOdiiys  ' after..late, Mntcndt(i':.iiiake iipplioiitiDn-to the7  ; Honorable tlieiCliie'f- ('oiiinii.saloiier of -linnds  J.and* Works, (or'i a-''sp*ecial ;liceii>c*itfi!feIl:*:iiiHl;  ' earrv-away timber: 'from the ..following described lands:.;. *. LLi i*_t,-:'*:* ���������  " '���������'���������'-'���������'���������"���������'���������:���������;- '*���������'$? ?l ,i. yy '���������: 1}  llTa '���������''���������':~7y wiy'"i^O''i':77y:iyLi^7y77AL'  '���������LCommencing at V-post: planted Siibo'iitsr56;  chains   north of St. l-eon'Hot Sjirings oil the  ; Arrow I.ake*sa-*.dinai*ked J. 'i'.-sonill Vest-edf-  neri' thenee easti-KiO'chnihs;; thent'C north *IU  ehalns ; iheiiccivcsi lCo'ijhaiiis7; thcnce-tsoutli  ���������ID chains to placeof oonimenecistivti^S ^'-_,<!>**v1  ���������'������������������'-r'.iz -.���������>*" :������������������'��������� ������������������.': I'L^ri'. lNo.. 2.-.. ..*.-��������� .,':*-'*' ,*: ���������-..������������������ .-..���������  ,..  *?:���������-��������� :���������;������������������- ������������������������������������-���������'���������: rf\'Lr}���������-��������� ***!..r.*.*.*.i i V- j~. r.wii--~f~-u*,''i ���������  -.-.: OomraencinK at a poit-.plRntVrt-aWtit 3'niiies-  south from the mouth of, f)eep_i-reek,nt Oalenii.  Bay, Arrow I.iikcs,  marked J^'P.iaiKl-w'IioiP);  about C'ehnIosiCtlst<iI'lVHiB.,'.*iiiou.ll):,west..eiir*-  7 neSpost: tlieiice'.ve.stSilvliaiiis.j-thejife south  80 ciialris ; thence east SO.rhifiiis'- llieu.ee liorth  L&0 -Chains.ld;|ilace:dfiediii'i:ieh'i.eiilei!ti7  ���������NGTICE-i  ���������.���������:TAl������rK-**NOTICK':itliiit*r*o:-da'ys--"iift'c'r'-("lRlc-'I*  itltcnil.lo iLiiply to'lie I'hief i'6iii5iiis--:i6iier ot  Ijiindii'aii(i7\'.'orks I(>,r.pernii.ssion:to plireliiise a'  lii6ee*oI land ilescrlbed .its follows.7:.7:7:- -.':>" :^'  '...Cohinibiicint; at a.;post niiirke'd l.-*.'.T. ^oI^lT;  smitl^'S-'^.'O'.':'l,'p6st,���������7Hhellee:solllll"���������10.'cllaillS ;-;  ���������thuiiee eiist ���������lO'chaiiis.; thenee nortli*40,������hiiins;;  ,!lteii"eo_wesi:*10>hii!n������, to rpoiht'of 'eommence-'  liiciil-^lGO acres.more,'oi* lessr^'Tliis.' lanir^viis:  st.iikeii.*.byih7.H;,*JIeKeni'.ie,last'Juiie.- Has a  n.liasc Soil pdst'abont Hlo feet from .Gold-'  <:h���������tniil and. ,aayut.i!UO.;feet lip hill,7 lhe enst*  la'io.llpwlng l'-isli IliVer.* ;, .;,:;; :i:,; ���������,���������:*. ,; ; A  -J-fEocKtSd'febriiary 20; liOiiL ���������:0A':y7ALL :*||  Ayj<*ff;yvA*y,^iLFi],GaiiWflITll,'y: K  t ::���������-"* yyALyT^AA'Ayy'iltjMtictiits. li; c.;.;4  Gertificatelof ;;imprbyements^  Notice.  NOTICK IS IlElilCISY C.IVK.V thai  lliirly ilays afier dale 1 iaieiul tn ajiply lo  llie 1-Ioii'oi-able the Chief Cuiiiinissioiu-i* ol'  Lands anil ..Works tor permission lo .-it  ami carry away .timber from tlio follow.i^*  describeil lands :-..���������.'  Conimeiieiiifr at a .posi planted on lhe  soul li .-.ide of lhe Columbia-River, about  one mile below the nioiilli of Canoe Kiver,  anil marked .',' Mamie. Skene's Norl li-Kast  Corner Posi;" thence soutli So chains;-  llience wesi So eliains; tin in i noith ^So  chains; thenee e.-ist to llu ) mil ol mn  mcneeiiieiil.  M.AUDI    SKI M  Dated lliis 29U1 day of Apiil   n)0.  Notice.  NOTICK 15 HKRKfSY C.I\ I N III U  thirty days after date I intc ml to ipph to  the Honorable the Chief Commission.. 1 oi  hands and 'Works for pei mission to 1 et  ind carry, away limber from tlu lollowin���������  described lands :������������������������������������''.  ComineiK'tnt;* at a post pl mtnl on tlu  soulh bank of tin* Colunibi 1 Ki\ci, iboui  one mile below lhe 'mouth ol i. uu������ Kimi,  and uiai'ked " 1 lenrv I.o\l\m.1Is NoiIIi-  West Corner Post;" lluiui soulli So  chains; tlier.ee east So ihuiis, iln.1111  norlh So chain.*.; llience wist bo ih 1111s to  llie point of eomiiiencenienl  IIKNKY  I C\ 1 \\ 1 1 ���������  Dated this 291 h day. ol'Apnl   100-  ���������      Notsce.  NOTICK   IS   11 liRKin    (>l\l\   lhu  tliirly days after  dale  I   inuiul  lo in iki  implication.; to   the . Ilonoi ibk    lhe Llml  Comiiiissioiierof  I.aiuls anil Woiks loi   1  special   license "In   cul aiul    1 nil    iw i\  limber     I'roni      ibe ' I'oIIihmiil,   dc-siub^U  lands :' 'i  "L-  A ominenciiii.; at a post niu ked      G    H  Nagle's Souili'-Kasl  Coniei   I'osl,   pl1nt1.1l  on the liorlh bank of the Columbi 1   l\i\u,  one mile west of llie month ol C mot Kimi,  llience norlh  So   chains;   thuin.   wist   So  chains;    llience soulh   So  ch mis   tlii_nc_u  east So chains 10 the point ol commencement.  L-y.i.y C.   1?.  XAGI.K.  :.-,"' Dated thi.s 29th day ol" April,   1902.  Notice.  .���������.-������������������'.NOTICE IS HKKKIiY GIVEN, that  thirty'c'.ays afterdate I intend to apply to  (he Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands aiul Works for a special license to  cut aiid carry away limber froin lhc following: described land*: :  ...-:��������� Commencine; at a post planted on'the  norlh .bank ol lhe Columbia Kiver jus!  above, the nio'ulli of Canoe River, and  mai-ked "h'red Robinson's .Soulli-Kast  Corner Post;" thenee norlh 80 chains;  thence west So chains; Iheiu-e .soutli So  'chains; thenee e.'isl So chains to'tlie"point  ofcommencement.  7AyA7 FRED ROR1NSON.  -fiDated this 39th.day of April, iyoj.  f^otece.  NOTICH ISlll-:iU-:iSYG'[V15N that  thirty days aftei' date lintelid to apply  till he lliiimialile lhe. Chief Ooirimiss*  ioiiei' of Lands and Works for 11 special  license, fn cut and .curry away timber  from the following described lands;  (-liminenein-j; at. a ])Osl; - planted on  the east bank of the Columbia Itiver  about two miles above the mouth of  Wood liiver, and marked '.'Olivia  Kobinson's North-West Cornel' Post:"  thi'iu't south III I'h'iin ��������� thoni > t ist iliO  1 hums 1 he 111 ��������� mil 1 li ID 1 hunts lluiui  wist KiO fhiui*. lo the point ol  ( onilil*. nt eliieni  Ol IVIA ROBINSON  J) Uid th is ..'llli da \ ol Apul, 100J  Notice.  NOI IC 1 IS 111 RI 1 Y C.l\ K\ thu  lliul\ d i\ s illi 1 d id 1 inUnd 10 ipph lo  the II01101 ibli. llu. 1. hu I Comniissionei ol  1 mils mil Woiks loi 1 spi nil lunist 10  (.ul uni*. 111 \ i\ ii tiiiibn Mom llu iol  low mer di-sci ibi d 1 mils  Coinim 1111111, it i post pl inlet on llu  \Mst bmk of the Colunibi 1 Rimi, jiisi  below Ihv monlh ol 1 I 111,1 i.ieik iloul  one hill nub tbo\i I'i lei suns R 1111 lu  mil 111 ii'vid llnin IomuiIIs South-  I 1 1 Coi in 1 l'ost llu in*., west So 1 h tins  llu nee noi III bo 1 h litis Ihuiee 1 isl So  ill nas mon 01 h ss, to llu bulk ol llu  Colunibi 1 Run llu 1111 following, tlu  b ink ol Un Lohimlii 1 Rimi lo llu point 01  lonuneiui uu nl  II] \R\   I OM WI 1 I  T) iled I Ins nlh il u of XI 1., 1902  Notice.  notici: isiiiTii:in <.ivi:v tint  thtils diu-1 alii 1 dali I intend lo,ipph  totlie Ilouoiiilile the Ch ( I Conmiis  sioiui ol 1, mils md Winks foi 1-.pet til  license to cut tnd oan*> mm timhei  fioni the lollop m|jf di si 1 ibed lands  Coinnienemi. it a posi pl in led on  the t\est b ink ot tlu Columbi t Rimi,  inoiiloni (|iiutei ol 1 mile below the  inontli ol Se\en JIilc Cieek. ihoulfciN  miles ahove Death Rapids and marked  ".Maude Skene's South-East Corner  Posi;" thei'ce west SO chains; thence  north SO chains: thence east SO chains,  more or less to the west hank of the  Columbia Kiver; thenee following the  hank of the Columbia River to the  point of commencement.  MAUniaaKKNii.  Dated this ."ith day of May, 1002,  Notice.  Notice.  Jvi-NOTICE IS I-1KRKRY GIVEN that  thirty ilaj-s after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  bands rind Works for a special license _to  ciit and carry away timber from the foi���������  .iciwin^'ilesci died kinds :  ,;.oComtiieiicjh.y ai a posL planted on llie  east side of lhe Columbia River, aboul Iwo  iniles-above the mouth ol" Wood River, and  marked "Fled. Robinson's'South-West  Corner Post"; tbence east 160 chains;  thence,1101 th 40 chains; tlienee west'i6o  chains; thence south 40 chains to the point  bfcomniencemcnt.  777777: ��������� FRED RORINSON.  iv Dated this 29th day of Apiil, 1902.  SliTOTIOlE'  '. Nelson,' Bi C..'Slfcrcli Srd.'likra/i"*:-.',-'; 7yy A.: y  ������������������ '^iiABi&^yrLiiiyi'^^^^ii^iy'iKi.Ly^  Certificate; of Impveromeiits.-  '. .~-tr-.-1,--**^'^V>^������**^^\*^-^'***^ii*-'^-**'^^  :.;;^'l:-tf;yOTI0E.|:|^  ������������������������������������������������������;,'"iButfeSilv'cV^noj^n'nd^  Mineral Cliilihs.s'tiiatc in tlie.!.'iir<leiitr'Minliiji  ������������������: Division of \Ve.<.l*..ooteiuiy Iiistrlet.   =  -">. -:\\1iefer.cipnte(l:'������I**-eiir the IleiiiloI^Lexlng-  "Ion Creek, a trllintnry.pf Klsh.llroek.^ hg        ;,  7   v.TAnE7 NOTiefeWtHuf r, -A. I'.tfeumiiifiis, ns  Acejit.for tlio'JDoulilc'sKn'slc MKlliirfJiiini, De-  vcloiimoiitjCoriil)(lii>:.il4iiilloU.si.f' Fcrguiiiiti.r  B.C,  -tree  Miner'a . CcrtltlenlO: Xo. '..:<l,Si.*il,  "���������'intcniljj^slxty ilii.s from the iliitu hereof,   tu  '.'-; npplv lb tho mIiuiik Vecionle-r frtr'.ft' Certificate  ollniino.ve'iuoiit������.ior. the |iiirposp.o.f,obtiiiiiiii|!  a Crown Cirant "61 thenhove cihuni; ������������������*,; ^Jifp.-J  ' :>n(l"iiVr'tiicr'Tnlcc 'jotlee* thniTac'ilniiit.un'cJc -  Seotloh*37,-7iiiiitit?be  eoniiiU'iieciI   before* the*  imsbaiico of siuili Ccctlfje'alo ,01' liiiproveiiiciit-i  .rated this twchty-tliirildayof Jh'iuiary.il.D.  y''.?&.-���������������������������'.l,,   ������������������'.-".. ..-���������"'  '������������������:."���������'������������������; . r. ".,  - -*. AL7 -.. i''!i\yA.    .: ���������A.^CUJUUXS/P^US.  ���������'������������������������������������  ���������voh.-'s^tf''"7*1 ''-'*��������� " :'-.pL'yA.\L>->if--,  J^NOTIGE. 7i  .^xk������lkOTicj;������tha������*^^  7*1* -..Intend to upply to'flie Clfief Cieumissiouer;  of Laiiils unil Works foT;perjuissloh to one and  .(7uirry.-,a\viiyjstiiiihcra;lrpiiij.lhe^lollovviug.ilcs-*  eribecl TiinUs: ,���������--.������������������������'>***- ~w-������r*?>*������:r" ��������� -���������-���������*'.'..- ���������  Comineiieing nt a .post7 iiiiirked-Vtoger K.  Perry's sou thenst eorner past sitiuiteie-lmut 500  feet froin'Scott Creek; tlienct* .uc*if.:-10je*hiiii������ j*  thonee north* 160 cni**fiiit';ihene<feii*st .10 einiiiis;.  llience sduth !G0 eh hi ns*,, hi7 the phiee.of eoni-  ine'iiceinent; e'OuttiluinyGlO ncres.7. 4 7   ''  ������������������--   *      *    .    KOGlCit f. PKKR.Y. :  ..Golilllehls.-.B. C., OcU]7*.h, 190,1*.-.*.Kov.,l>-tf..  -i Morninir Ptar.'A'nlriis, Sea Lion and Bonanza  Minernl claims; b*itimte. in thei-urdeiiu Mining  Dii'isihii of West Koolen a v Disiriet' - Where  located :'���������-."On 7:Meiihenick'.-.Creek, near 1'ish  Kiver.v;..*;::?;.:*������.:^-;:7::^--;:.,;;77:-!^-..'7;;::.:....;:';^:*-:^  '������������������.TAKE 'NOTTcii'tliat I;':F; C?.Green.-aetinp ns.  ageiit. for ..\n������U3r.-.!c.Kay,:F. Jt:c. B S2005, und-  .1. li:* McKenzie,"7 Frt'e-Miiier's Certilicate No.  ]J.-:_)82.>, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  Io tip9iy..to the Mini'liy Uecorder for. ertifieutes  oS fm proveinents^for,the purpose of obtaining  Crown Gr'ants of theribove'elaiiiis^-;'7..-:-,-':7;. ,--*-;:  :'.;*An.I further; take; iioticc that action, under  section.37,'- inulst ������������������ ho I'omnicnce.l/before--t; e  ;issu an lie ofsuch. Ccrtificales. of Improvements.  7 jVatcd this first day of jfftrclf.1902', A.ll.  f&KBiifJv  iiTAyy.       I^otaee.  ^NCrriCK IS IIKRKBY GIVKN that  thirty-days after date 1 intend to apply to  llie Honorable lhe Chief Commissioner of  Lri'ncls*.-iiul Works for a special license to  cutand caiiy away tiniber'froni the follou-  insjeiescribed land-. :  y. Cbmniciicin^ at a post planted on the  cast'side oi the Canoe Rivei and alont^sieie  Oi'.tlie'C.'inoe Riier trail, about one mile  above tlie mouth ol" Harvey Creek," and  marked " C. II. Skene'*, South-West  Corner Posi;" theace norlh Ho chains;  thence west So chains; llience soulh So  chains; tlienee east So chains lo. tlie point  of coiiiinencement.  77y:: c u. skknk.  7: Dated this isl day of May, 190-'.  NOTICK IS UKREliY GIVKN that  ���������jodays afier dale I intend lo apply to the  Honorable I lie Chiel Cotiunissionorof bands  and Works, i'or permission lo cut and carry  away tiinber froin tlie^ following described  tract of land in West Koo'tenay:  Commencing at a postmarked "John A.  iMc.Mahon's South-Wesl Corner," planted  at a point 160 chains southerly from the  south limit of tlie lands of the Pittsburg  Syndicate situated north ol" Death Rapids;  tlienee east 40 chains; llience norlh ^160  chains, to tlie south limit of the lands ofthe  Pittsburif Syndicate*; thence \vesl40chains,  to tlie casl__bunk of the Columbia River;  tlienee south alonti* the east bank of said  i-i*. or 160 chains lo the point of commencement. ,  JOHN A. iMcJIAHON.  Dated May 51I1, 1902.  ,  Notice.  NOTICK IS IIKREHY GIVEN that 30  clays after dale I intend to apply 10 the  Honorable lhe Chief Commissioner of bands  and "Works for permission to cutand earn  away timber from the following; desciibeil  lands in West Kooienay:  Com111e11cin.ee at a post marked "K. L.  MeMahon's Norih-Wost Corner" planted  on the east bank ofthe Columbia River at  lhe soutli-wcsl corner ofthe timber limit  held by Henrietta McMahon under special  license; thence east 40 chains; tlicnce .south  tbo chains: llience west 40 chains-, lo tlie  cast bank of the Columbia River; llience  norlh along- ihe.east bank oflhe-said ri\er  160 chains to the point of commencement,  li. L. McMAHON.  j Daled May 5th, 190J.  "]icr':F:S;"0.-;''-'  iy,1: 5:iJ>elson, B,C.;,,  kotigb::  Certificate ^qf ^Improvements.  |^7':"^'"^^G^3ZO^^-: f i~"::::3:-  '!���������-��������� Centre Star anil- Kvening'���������> fitiir-Mineral  I.OIaliiif.srtufltiiin ili&'l.iirdcaii:Mining Division  5 of Wcit  Kootenay llistrict.    Wliere located ���������  "On Menlienleie, crock; near Kit-IrUlvcr. 'i.-."..'"  TAKi: SOTICK that 1, IMl! Greoni.'ieiing n-  .TAKK KOTICR*lliat ��������������� davi* tiltdf- dateLl Lafidit for J. II. JleKc-nzIe, KreeiMiiier.'s Certi II-  ������������������iiiten*-!Hi'ipply 10 the Clili*I,0oiii.l'nlssiotie*r.6f 5.<-ate No. U :W2j. intend, sixty days from the  J.amls and Wnrli.i for pormis-doii. to: iuirchiise' '.date hereof, to'"apply t������; the MinliiK  Keeorder   ' .i.."..-ii....i 1  ...**' -. *���������-.'������������������    -���������.-.���������  ; (irCortlli.'Hlu?otliiiprovi*iiiciils, Ior llie pur*  ;poso (ifolitainin't! Crown Crams of the iibcixc  the folloivlnC' described lands:  .-:>-..*  '���������Toiiifnclii'liiVnt'n post inurked."!*. Mi*Adams'  "o; 1 I'osl," situate (dose* ta tlio  old "llnerof  IIIII  .t.Jirunlfurd's, pre-empliuM,  Klsh_ Creek",  "thencu norlh 10 ehalns, ihencu west a) chain:  pose*  .e'laiiri:  A'.y ndfnrtlier.tal.-e notice that iit'tlon, under  i.f*etlon ���������'.". lnust be* "*oi::t:ieiii*ed   before   llie   ���������._.....-_........,.......���������   .. ...... ....   ........���������, >   ���������,.,7t,������,|i    .11,    m.,:i   wv.* ��������� ,ui.,i..v..i ....      mv>..������\-     ...^  tliciu'osouili .Oi.liaiiis.-tlieiictf-ea.iu-v'JO chains   r.ssi*.aiivi*e of sueii Certlllcatesof liiiproveiiiems,  ^ffi!l!l^d^aSi1'^I^^ l%7 ������/ '     I^tedthisHrstihiyof Mari-lulWH.A. D.   ;  yyy'y-''-'--:'L7}y:,y7t^i:tcA,,f.icy   ��������������������������� \i-77y7A:-:: 7 *'t���������\i% c.*^,  yyy Notice to Delinquent Co*.0y.'ner.cr V  To Joliifi T.1 Moore'or.to'iih'yoiie to'wh'om' he  *, "'may-have trftiisforrediliis.inlerc.sts in the  S*i-'Uilinau 1-rae'tloiial mineral claim,.situate'  -H.iin'tlioi.ard'eauMiniiig'Divlsidn." ;"-";*' ':"���������'..  r-VoiiKWliereDynotiiledtlint-1'expencled the'  .sum oitoiic'hiiiidrecl and.,seven .doljars  and  fifty cents (fll)7.50) Ihjabor'aiul moheyp'on,tlie  beIore)ociitidnecl ���������mineral-*(daiiii,Siri\ofder' to  hold said mineral claim iiiider.Section 24"of the  3Iluer^l,!Act;tand.it within -ninety, days *('J0)  from the date, of. this ���������notie'C,'. you,' tail', to eon-,  :trlbut'd*-yo"ur proportion of siich' expenditure,  together  with all costs of advertising, y**ur:  intarest in said mineral claim will become the  i ropefty of the~tiiidcrsif;ned; under Scctioir*l  oi.ln*Act  entitled ������������������  An -. Aft  to  amend the  - i..)t^ri^Aal,ltii)i)i'::L^^^p-yiA'-"yy^ ^"  'iDated at comaplix; n. c;,- this'* 15th day.iof  Aprll,-ACD.,19"^.v-:-:7' ������������������'���������������������������-���������������������������'-  ' . ���������:-A.: :~y:"LLyy -y -r--rx- joseph * best, ;7. ���������':���������;���������  ��������� 'A$: \i L,,r i A;'f7 yy7.A i"1?!*? Co-OWnor. ������������������  7: "V,.  The'Clevellinfiftntl British Columbia  |f i^-n'nB' Xcniippny,/ Umite^^  ''������--:MiII^iaE:^; '){' ':'K  '-7:    Ai - -.������������������������������������ '-..  ������������������UOTre'SiHliiifrofiy!^  n.i.ot .Tho Clovoland.and. British Col;  umbfa-MlnlnB1 0QmponXi."������.ln?,������od,. have  been moved from Ilosslliid to llevclatoke. H.t..  .*.*,;;       -...-��������� April 18-lin  .* (;FARW||tL.,i;.^T/^rEs ,f  A.'r The  choico "land   north   of   track.:.  .%':'..   iMitwcenTBpiilrig's.aiid Loii||!a,;,wjll,, .,  '':y> T be 'suMlvjdea'-jtor.'saloJ uf soon* as 7r7*  possible.  CM. SPROAT,    VIOTOBIA,   B. C.  P. O.Bo-t, *������25.  ���������:"''���������^EEP**3  y'y-i  MOTiCK���������Vhat sixty"('frti*s after dale i'liitcti'l.  i\ to iipidy..io.,-the7ChIet���������i:ojiiiiii6sioner oi  I.aiulo and .tt orks for .pormiiisiori .to* piirch������?i!  ;'.*20acrcs of lnnd stliintc'on'tb'avNo'rtboadi. Arm  of Arrow liakc.In the Iiislrict of W ICootc-  nay li.C., and described io; followa.';.-.;_ .:?;<,  * 'Commencing froin.S.W. corner, i'"-L���������'< xiih  thence North ii*ilrpiioraleal!'.'tt.ehai"r,r:',':.theiie'C-  W'cst81 chains; ihcnce HotithllU. cli*'lux an.  proximately;.,   .tliquco    1-JOn . chains. _.\orth-  Eiisterly to point of cpmineneomeiit.    ���������'   ---,,-  :,,*>���������'7A77-';������������������'. iA -:,M.yFKED:.IIOBINSOK."'777*;  FfibL^lfyAkAyAAApL-R^m^-^ciiy:  TAKE NO'ITCl*: that slxtv7 davs afb-er date I  i* intend to apply to thcChlef'-o^imissiorier  .of Lands and ..Works for ncrmissic.n to pier  ciiasoa parcol of land described as.iolloivs: :  iS Coinmoncinfe nt'.a"post marked Alice Pcrrv's  N'o.l Post; thence west '20 cliains; tbence  Nortli-toclmins; thence Easst 20 chains-'ihcn'ri*  Soutli 40.chains to poiiit* of comiueiicenienr;  Ihis.fractioii of land oommoni*es "Korth of It  'S-'^S'W" .V���������;eniption 'following MeKcnzie's  North-West MifeV cOutaiiilni; abouiiSO aere������,  more or less. ��������������������������� : -  ���������������������������:..-���������  '7y:'7,r, 7, -7 '   'i'-" AL.ICE-PKKRV:'  7   Goldfields, Nov. 27.^901.    s���������.;.*. ;.',,*Dee' 4-IM.-.>  Nelson, B.C.  Certificate of; Improvements.  3TOTIEOE!  IsTDTICE  ���������'���������' Red Fos and Itidse Sllnernl Clniins, situate  tjt tl-.e Lardeau Mliiliinr-Divitlou^of .West Koote-  ;.av District; Wliere located : On Meiihenlcl;  c; "reck. near:FisIi Kiver.-       .*; LLri'h  TAJKEXOTICK tliat*I, F. C ^Grieii.TactiiiR as  agent forAnttiisMtKay, Free Miner's. Certitieate So. B3*i(K'"'.:iiite,ud, sixty days7from the  date hereof,-lo applv to. the -Mining Recorder  for Certificate.*- of Improvements, for the jiur-  pose o������ abtaihing'Croxn UrantSjOf.the above  claims;.L-'77:7'"'7^-::-.-':..,7-;77:'7^:*7' '.-. .;''7-;..'   :r,:yL..-:y  -And further* take notice tbat action, under  section 37. "must, be'commeneeit before the  issiianco of such Ceriilicates ol" Improvement*1.  -Dated thisfirst day of March, 1902,A. D.  *-������������������ ���������..-���������-������������������.. .'-yy-.,-   f.c;green;   -At-  f,L- '.AL.r..L:y--'y.L ���������' 1'CrF.S. Ci   -'-  ���������-.* ;-.*;.*.*;:i.'!;: '���������". ��������� ... . .Nelson, B.'C.  yyiiyy     itoti.cb.  ���������;;;: Itlie undersigned intone! sixty -days  af ter dale to'apply tci the Chief Cum*  hiissioiierof;Lands and SVorks, rcn*  .jiiiurniisi_2i.^t^cu.t^aniL_c;iii'i'-y-=a\vu.v-.  tihilieivfrom the-, following ilos>crihuil  lands:.:' A Goiiiiiieiicing at ' a . post  planted "on tho.;\vesl* side of iho  (Joiuuihia. '��������� Rivet*',-;;''oi'ic mile helow  Boyds-Itanclij; heginint; at said post  .'running;-iii !a wcstei'ly direct inn ���������!()  cliaius thi'nce'iioi'tli 100 chains thence  east "10 chains to Coluinliiii Hi ver thence  along Colmiihin, Itiver. IUO chains to  place of eoiuiiii'iieeinenl.  Daled this 3ul day of Mav, 11)02.  A- KilB-ii^  Notice.  XOTIUli IS UlilllinYCilVKX that  thirty days after duto I intend to apply  to the llonoi'itlile the Chief Coumiiss-  iiiner of I^inds and Works for a special  license to cut and carrv away linihei'  from the following dusci-ihcil lands:  Coininencing" at a post, planted on  the east hank of tho Cntuie Uivoi.  ahout four milc*s up from its mouth  and marked "C.' If., Skene's T\'oilh*  "West, C'urner Poot;'' thenee east 80  chains: thencesouth SO chains; thence  ���������\vc\-it SO chains; tlienee north SO chains  lo the pointof uommeiiceiiient.  C. R. SKENIO,  Dated this 1st day of .May, 1002.  NOTICE.  ]-iii_jinuei$. Fireiiien, Machinists and  lOler.ti'ici.ins send for 10 piiRe pamphlet  ccuitaining questions' asked hy ' Ex  aininiiig Hoard of Engineers to obtain  Engineeis license". Address Geo. A.  Heller, Publisher.- IS b. llh St.. St.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A.  Sealed Tenders.  SEALE]-) 'HvNllKllS addressed to tlio under-  ' sillied will be received until lhe ijth dav  of May, TJU2, al 11! o'clock, noon, for the crec"  tion and coin-'letioii oi an Od tfclloiis' Hall in  Trout Luke, H. C. ',   ��������� '  -=���������I,lan-.-|iinl specilU-iill-jtis i*au-be~secn~at~the-  Wlud-or liolel, Trout Luke, fr.m the Ist to the  13'h clay of .\. uy.  'lhe lone".! or  any   fender  not necessarily  aceepled.  J. H. CURRIE, Secretary.  Trout I.nke, 11. C��������� April ISth, l'joa.     '  LETTER  CiiiicliuU-.l from Pane 2,  impiissiiile to get and being Indians  were (i-d little gi.fu! arter yon did get  thi'iii. They .i-*ki*d from fjio lo  $2J per day I'm* lheir seivices and  none knew nn.re than :i-l to (0 miles  of river, so lh.it iv������ were nuialiiiitly  hunting for pilol*, and conilantly  riwiniiig on to liars, hm. in spile of all  obstacles wt> reached Port Yukon and  tried uur luck at getting thfoiigh the  ^'nkon Flals. JTei-e the rivui- splits  inlo innumerable channels that cover  mi area of some .'JO miles wide and iu '  conl nu y lo expectation, (lhe word  "I'M.Us*' mil Hi-ally leading one astray)  lhe walcr runs like a mine sluice, but  as the channel-* are shallow and full of  bar.--, we had hardly entered tbe fUt.\  before we stuck hard und fast. We  had Io lake oil' every pound ol cargo  and even then li id th.* river nut risen  I liiink the boat would be there still.  Tbis caused ii delay of seven days and  im* began In lliiuk we would have to  wintei below Dawson. After reloading we relumed lo Port Yukon unci  left half mir cut-go there in charge of  lhe Aim rii'.'iii Customs Collector und  managed to get through the Hits  this linie and reached Dawson aliout  the \'3\ \x of September, and after such  a long voyage of over three mouths it  looked genu! io us nil. But I was not  allowed to linger in the metropolis of  gold, for lhc company had decided lo  esuihlisb a post at Port Selkhk, some  ISO miles up lhe river, so sent me up  there with the steamets "Lightning"  and "Tyreel," .is that place was supposed to be the future seat ofthe  government of lhe Yukon.  We reached Ft.Selkitk on the 20th of  September and uiiload.'d t.he steamer  the "Tyreel," returning down to Dawson and the "Lightning" being left in  my charge to place in winter quartets.  I lound a good slough some 8 miles  above Selkhk and before the ice  started lo run hud her put away  snugly and dismantled icady for winter.  After considerable  delay from   lack  of  lumber and   building  logs, for, we  In ought up with us thc saw mill  plant  of  the  Canadian   "Yukon Lumber Co.,  which concern had contracts with  the  govei iinient,   1   succeeded,   after* the  snow uas cm   the"grouncl  and  winter  had fairly set in, iu oblaining S'lt.icicnt  logs and lumber to build  a  warehouse  and   hotel.    I   also   leased mi  old log  building   which   was   fitted   up  a.s   a  ���������-lore and a log tabin lo live in.   These  buildings   were .the   property   of the  Il.uper  and   Laclue   Trading Co. and'  wore bullion the site of  the  old Hudson Buy Port  Pelly.     Selkirk, during  the winter of *!)3-*09, was booming.     It  is t .in   ideal   spot for a lowusiti**, a. fine  high gravelly valley, level and dry and  covered'with   park   like - timber.   ;lt  would  he  limd   to  lind a prettier spot  fof   a   town,   wilh   room   enough for  greater New York. - It was  a govei n-  ment townsite and the river front  for  0 miles was teserved, extending'3 miles  back, and   upon   lhis  the K. \V. M. P.  and   Fi'.'ld   Force   each had their own  reservo slaked out.    It,was alright for  the     government    'unci     government  ollicials, but a  poor   civilian   had   no  rights at all and was, until the government,   surveyed     a     townsite,   only  allowed.,on    top    of   .the     earth    on  sull'iances and not a   stick  of   lumber  could   civilians   cut   anywhere on thia  le.serve although  it was very  heavily  timbered.* ��������� It..seemed as if no one bnt  soldiers' and   policemen   were   to   he  allowed lo live in the Canadian Yukon.  Late in December [ got my building*  coiniueted and everything started and  running,  smoothly  and thn rest of the  j winter was the pleasantesttime I ever  remember   spending.    The  officers  of  the   Field   Force   weie a fine sociable  lot, of fellows and my house was their  headquarters and many a little dinner  WING CHUNG  A  Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods   Just Arrived  HA.M1IOO  CIlAIltrj,  I'ANCV TAHLB1,  TKA TIIAYH.  CHINA WAKI',  I'ANCY (luOI)S,  XAI'KINM,  "   ii.\NnK'i*:itf'iiii*:i*v,  I'A.VS,  "IN GREAT VARIETY  IN THE NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.  .>���������?'  A  TWOTTCi. Is, hereby.Riven OiatSO tlavs after  11 date 1 intend to apply to lhe Chief Coin-  missionerof hands and Work*. for"*)>ermis?lon  to cutand carry away timber from thiwollcnv-  inydBicrihed*;lands:���������Coaiiilcticinri at tt*������|fc**l>  artliorisoutli-CJist-cornet of Koger K. l'erry's  privemptloh.'.inarkcd.-'--Southeast corner of  timber limit applied Tor liv K. J. cloMsmfth";  thence mist IU chains; thence nortUICO chains:  thence cast 40 dial hs to Fish Creet;: thejico  following thornoanderiugs of Vlsh Crccfc; 1M  chains to point of commencement; containing  Oil) acres, moro or leas.  F.J. GOLDSMITH-,  Thomson's Landing, October 16th, 1801.  Certificate; of Improvements  '���������".    IMF!E31AL,h IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  S'.TD.VTE  IX  THE  KEVhLSTO* E I.IISIXC  Division of West Kootenay District.  Where  Located:: . On,Kevstohe.Mouninin,  Bii; Hend, near Downie Creek.  .    :.  TAKE NOTICE that J, Geo;-S. MeCarter  artinpns agent ior.J.D. Graham, Free Minor''.  ���������Certilicate So. O. "1724 and for W. H. VIckcrs,  'Free Miner's Certilicate JCo. CUS21,, intend <"���������'���������  davs Irom thc^d������te,:bercof toKajiplv to the  Itininir Recorder for Certificates of'Improvement*!'for lhc ��������� purpose ol obtaining Crown  Grants of the above clarms. ...-.--  :   AND FURTIIEU TAKE NOTICE that  action  under Section 37, must be commenced   before  thc Issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this lOthdayof February, A.D.1902.  [Febl2-tf Gee. 8. MeCarter.  Sealed Tenders.  Sealed Tenders addressed lo the  undersigned will be received up to  noon on Alonday, llie 12tli of .May. 1IJ02,  for the erection of a dwelling." Plans  and specifications can lie seen at the  ollice of the undersigned. The lowest  or any lender not necessaryily  accepted.  F. li. Lewis.  Notice.  NOTICE I.S IIEKEHY GIVEN that  thirty days alter dan* I intend to apply to  the Honorahic tlie Chief Conimi'-.'-.ionei- of  Lands ar.d Works tor a special lieenso to  cut and carry ai\,*iy timber froin tlie fol-  leuing- described lands :  Connnenciii-r at a post planted on the  east bank of the C.inoe Kiver, about four  miles up from ils mouth, and marked  "Olivia Kobinson's North-East Corner  Post"; thence west So chains; llience  south So chains; thence east So chains;  thence nortii 8o chains lo the point ol  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON.  Dated this 1st day of May, igo_>.  ' Is to ho found at his  lographic Studio in  Tapping Block daily  ii*g ufllcu hours.  i lithe  lur-  Kevelstokc, B. O.  E. MOSCROP . . .  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water  And Steam Heating, Gas .,  Fittin  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  "ancr";Tleas7iiTt tivenm*? wc liTve purin .  together, the memory of which will  never depart from me. Many of the  line fellows who used to be the life and  soul of these little gatherings have  since, lost llieir lives fighting for- their  country iu South Africa. . Here whs  composed the celebrated article by  Hurry T.' Munro, now n cavalry ollie-er  in Soutli Africa, entitled tho "Killing  of lhe Mastodon,"which was published  in MeClnre's .Magazine for October *00  and was so well written that the puh-  lie and o-poeially lhe scientists failed  lo iculize that it was fiction and  thought, that the last of the Mastodons  had really been found nnd killed in  Alaska. The Smithsonian Instition  (to which in the stoiy the carcass of  llu: Mastodon was donated) was  beseigi'd liy enquiries and request!' for  portions of same for other museums.  The curator was furious .'ind wi-ote  indignant letters to the New York  papers denying that they had received  any Mastodon and designating H.  Takvinnn, as Munro signed himself, ns  the most gigantic prevaricator of the  nge.    How we"did lau^h at this!  The wonderful riches that were to  have been dug up in the valley of the  Pelly and ils tributaries, have failed to  materialize.  I have a piece of mining property  left on lower Dominion creek tnat 1  have men wot king on now and which  looks so promising that I think next  full will see a nice little sum to my  credit on the right side of the ledger  and before it is worked out, it ought  to produce :i comfortable stake.  Now friend Johnson. I think I have  provided you wilh copy enough for  the present, which may prove interest  ing to some of your readers who knew  ine when u resident of Ihe West  Kootenay. At a later date I will -write  you againand give you a description  of thc creeks and bow a miner lives  and works. For the present farewell  and good \\ ishes to the Kootenay boys.  Yours etc.,  A. H. MOGRUWE, WALL PAPERS  Wc have litem in all  the new designs for the  year. See our samples  if you arc going to  paper.  M Drug & Book (0  2������mm?nwwmm??wwmwwmwwid  Wtosn Spring Tints a~������ desired  am! Economy is Ativieiiijlo.  NOTES OF  NEWS  will  men.  May  XV.M. Brown returned this morning  from ti visit lo the coast.  ��������� l-'resh Groceries at A.  N. Smith's.  S.Mi'Uonnellof the Hotel Kevelsioke  paid ti visit to Sicamous on Sunday.  I\ Burns & Co. intend shipping a eai'  toad of cattle to Trout Lnke.uii Monday  next.  E. fl. Woodward of the I.ardeau  paid a liu.sino.--s trip to the city this  week.  ��������� l-'resli liutter.'it A. N. Smith's.  Uev. Mr. Green, of Trout Lake*,,  nunc in ou Monday night, on his way  tn Vancouver.  Kev. Ladner left. .Monday niglit. to  attend the .Methodistconference which  meets in Vancouver.    ���������  .1. MelCiiiniin of McKinnon -S-.Sut.lii.-r  land. Ferguson, made a Hying trip to  the city on Wednesday.  Capt. Gore, of Ihe Arrow Lake  steamers,was in the city Sunday on  his  way to Okunngan for a short visit.  Rev. A. E. Iioberts, of New Denver,  passed, through here on Monday on  his way lo attend the Methodist con  ferenco at the Coast.  Wantuu.���������A dining room girl for  Hotel Ferguson, Kerguson, B. C.  Apply to A.J. McDonell, Hotel Kevelstoke.  The coronation contingent  consist*of 22 otlicers and 002  They will mobilize iit Quebec on  2'.)th and sail on .lune Tth.  'Mr. and Mrs. Castleinan, of Grand  .forks, und M. Crawford, of Kamloops,  ���������were guests ot" Mr. and Mrs. Uiduer  at the parsonage last week.  >S. Laughton who has been spending  the winter in .Scotland, reachtd this  city Saturday night, on his way to his  home in the Lardeau.  E. Cnrridge represented the   Revel  stoktt lodge of the Knights of  Pythias  at the Grand  Lodge  meeting  held  at  Vancouver yeslerday.  The wai in rains of the last few dnys  are melting the snow rapidly in the  hills consequently the river is rising  iind we hope scon to hear the whistle  of the s.s. Kevelstoke.  ���������All ��������� price.*) in men's ready made  clothing���������this season's goods, all wool  suits, two patterns to select from, at  SS.OU per suit.    lteid & Young.  - E. Corson, an employee in Ute C.  P. Jt. shops and a son of F. Corson,  engineer, who has been dangerously  ill tliis week with pneumonia, is. we  are glad to announce, on the road to  recuvory.  B. "Wiloon will conduct thc service  in the Methodist church on Sunday  morning. The Epworth League and  choir will have charge of the service  in the evening. Kpecial music is  being prepared by the choir.  N. Binns, Grand Chancellor of the  Knights of Pythias, was a visitor in  tho city Sunday. Air. Binns was on  his way lo the coast to be present al  the Grand Lodge of the K. lVs, which  assembled in Vancouvei yesterday.  ���������Lace Curtains and Portiei* Curtains at .$1 per pair. Portior in  tapestry mul Chenile at ijil per pair at  Reid k Voting's.  F. Liibciiu, of the Ferguson sawmill,  came in on Saturday night to purchase  some new machinery for the mill. Ho  expects a good healthy, boom in Ferguson this season, Orders are being  hooked daily for lumber and his Jinn  lias difficulty in supplying '  demand.  Chocolates  \Ve have lately  imported (&. ������  tlie    choicest  varieties of Qj  the above   in   bulk,   and @  are selling at <^  75c. per !k. 1    zi  ������   .       . ���������S*'  Highest  Award z"g  at the World's Fair,       ($  Red Cross I  a**���������  as***���������  ������5>-  f Fair Cost  "&tt,J21JL.T  1   Clearance Sale  n  We can always give you  an  even  exchange-  VALUE FOR CASH.  '���������������=  V. very thing the   Ladies require in Dress  Goods  and the well known " Empress Shoe," with wide  and narrow toe.  OF ALL OUR  Child; &iH������'  Boys',  and Youths'  ^  Jg'S  Union Made  S&i  m  =^-Drugstore W  'ou can't beat them and you can't wear them out  liefore you have had your money's worth.  OF ALL OUR  Men's and  Chiidrens'  GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS  COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL.  the  Parties who have been up to Ferguson report the wagon road in good  condition and fair time is now being  made by the slage. There has been  little rain as yet and the weather  delightful, a good many people have  -goiie-hraiid-uu t-du ring���������the���������p.isb���������i'oi't-T-,  night.'  blouse  lengths still  sold  at cost, at the  F. McCarty wont south this inoriiing  to bring up the s.s. Kevolstolce.  P.O. Gamble arrived from Victoria  this morning an his way soutli.  H. II. Tiuemau's Kevelstoke studio  will be open from now till further  not ice.  Dave and l-*ete "Ferguson camt* in  from Victoria on the delaved express  tliis morning.  ���������Have you seen those light  colored hats? They are hut es. C. Ti.  I lame & Co.  Mrs. 3. 1/iinb, of Vancouvei'. fame  in on Tuesday on a. visit lo her brother,  Mr. Stewart McDonald.  The Department of Agriculture h-iS  received an order for 21.000 ions of  Hour lo be shipped to South Africa.       |  ���������Christie si ill hats, the newest  styles.    C.B. Hume & Co.  A report comes from Portage la  Prairie that in boring a well a seam of  coal was si ruck at a depth of MS feet.  A meeting, of the Synod of the  Diocese of Ivonlenay will be held in  Nelson on Wednesday, June 11th and  12th next.  ��������� Luge assortment of ladies, gent's  and chiidrens cashmere and cotton  hose at C. B. Hume. & Co's.  T. G. Proctor of Nelson,, V. Hyde  BaUei* ancl li.3. Fishliiirn, of Blair-  moie. have sold I heir coal measures at  the latter placo lo eastern men.  Kev. S. .1. Thompson, formei'ly of  Kevelstoke. now of Kaslo, was in the  city yeslerday on his way to the  Methodist conference at Vancouver.  .The first copy of the Ai-m-licing  Advertiser is Io appear nn the ISth of  this month The printing press and  type was set up on Thursday   the  Sth.  Waxtkd.--Situ.ilion by a woman as  cook in a milling camp or hotel.  Mining ciiiip prelVi red. References  furnished. Fur further information  apply ae this oflice. ���������-  A drinking fountain, made ol' native  granite, surmounted by a hronxe  statue of Kev. 11. Irwin, is tha latest  MigsesliiMi as the best means of di������-pos-  ing of the "Father Pat"' futui.  ��������� Fresh cmiMgnmenl ol pure mnple  syrup at C.li. Hume* k Co.  Kev. O. I.adner. or Kevelstoke. was  in town for the last few clays attending  the Kamloops dis'rict meeting of the  Methodist church and whil*.t here  visited many of his old friendf.���������Kamloops Sentinel.  Uh'ldrens" slippers in tan. red and  patent leather���������nice new goods. Keid  i*c Young.  The Kevelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  are  opening   up   a   branch   of    their i  aerated waterworks at Trout Lake.  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  Mail Orders Solicited end Promptly Attended To  'Pu^kaMimmimuiiUuiiiiuix  Boots: and Shoes  This is a Genuine Sale  and the Goods must be  sold  AT COST FOR CASH  I I  CLEARANCE SALE!!  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  at cost in order to make loom for  another large carof Furniture, which  will be here, shortly, call and see if  we can't nrrii* ge lo supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  IK-A/VE IO? I.  The largest, stock of the latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, KINGS, SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables nie to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling ine to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  CT.' GfcTJY   BARBER.  WATCH KlSFAIltlNG   A  SPECIALTY.  BOURNE  c3-Ei<rEitA.Xj  :M.E:R,a:E"i.Aj<rTS.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  HD  W  iW,  Mil  FINANCIALS  suranee  -f*o:r.  P. P. K. TOWNSITE,  JIAItA TOWNSITE.  GEItKAKI) TOWNSITK.  .CAMBOKNK TOWNSITK,    ���������  CttiiAda Feniianent A Western  .Camidn Mortgage Corporation,  qiiluible Savings Loan and Building Association.  /-Imperial Kire.  I Canadian Fire.  -; elmirdian Fire.  Caledonian Fire.  Mercantile Kire.  Manchester Fire.  .Atlas Fire.  Northern Kire.  Great West Liie.  I Ocean, Accident and Guarantee. -Conlecicration Life  (.Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  Our Lies'  TENDERS FOR   SIDEWALK   CONSTRUCT,OH.  i;^"!':iiir-'rKNDPjRSi^uiirs:sroii-^-3^he*r  undersigned and endorsed "SiilrtivarK-."  ���������A few  choice  * left 'and    will   be  Madison I'arlots.  Tliu following is a list of candidates  who tried the public school leaving  examination on Friday, Saturday anil  Monday, i). 10 and 12th inst.. presided  over by Inspector Wilson: ���������Lulu  Patrick.' Flora Palmer, Pearl Robin  **un. Maud Hyatt, Grace Somes, R.  Haggen. Alfred L'ri[uhart, Joseph  llowson. Wally Clark. Joseph Morgan.  Me.Ms. Johnson & Co. Ltd., nf this  city, have sectitt'd the contract for the  construction of n handsome blick  biifcines.-, block in t ho citv of Revelstoke  for Messis. C li. Hume, k Co.. which is  to co������t In the neighborhood of $20,000.  Mes.-rs. John������oti k Co. intend c*omm**.n-  cing work in about two weeks lime.  Mr. Hume was in lown in connection  wilh llu* matter yesterday,��������� Isamloops  Sentinel.  The two boys who have been up for  trial al New'Weslmin.-.te'i'for tampering Willi a switch and I hereby i-nu������ii)g  the wiec-k nf llu* frieiil Northern train  near Liverpool la*-l month, werenllowe-d  mil un suspended !>i*nii'in:i*. $,VX) bail  and ordered to be whipped. This w.x-  * done at the provinii.il gnol on tin*  triangle, all the grim regulations being  i-arried our, to I be letter, but fix iiit-  with a riding whip repturc.l the cat..  ���������Ladies'-' Kid Gloves in tan and  black, Dress Kid Clove.*, in tan unci  black nnd our White and IVarl Grey  Kid Gloves���������washable. Every pair  guaranteed.    Reid k Voung.  ; Mr. Ilillman, of Craig and Ilillimin,  Thomson's Landing spent. Monday in  the city. He is on his way to Calginy  nnd will bring back a car load of hrnsi s  for the firms mail and freighting  business. This firm has spent considerable money in vehicles and hor.ses in  anticipation of a busy summer. Mr.  Ilillman is one of the owners in the  Horseshoe mining property near  Ferguson, ancl he spent most of the  winter superintending development  work. The Horseshoe i.s about three  miles from the wagon road and regular  shipments will be made when the snow  ;is'off the trail sufficiently to enable  pack horses to travel to iind from the  property. The owners appear very  enthusiastic over it.  will be received up to noon of Friday, May ;  J,.rd, for the construction of sidewalk*, and j  crossings within tile City. Tendert-rs will :  ifive a soper.ttr* price on sidewalk*, and j  crossings. Lumber will be supplied by the 1  corporation, but nails and labor by tlu- ]  contractor. Plans etc. may be seen at my ;  oflii-e.  N*o tenilor ner-'ss'irilv .-u-copicil.  ' C. IC. SHAW.  City Clerk.  Kevelstoke May 13th! 1902.  Tapping's Opera House  AN EXTRAORDINARY ENGAGEMENT.  761:R,   1902  THE LAUGHING COMEDY  SENSATION  TOO RICH TO MARRY  ?>  w  di)  (H  Is steadily growing-���������in fact  our Business this Season is -  more than double.  We.undonbtedly turn out the  niost-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,  LADIKS' AND MEN'S HIOH CLASS TAILOR.  Manning Blook,       WoKenzle Awe.  STATI  FOR LETTER WRITERS.  ������������������-���������/___*. vr-**""  Tlie use of artistic Note paper  and Knvclopcs is evidence of  good l;iste.  Our stock consists of a large  assortment in  LETTER PADS  NOTE PAPER  BOXED  PAPETRIES.  Envelopes���������all sizes.  Real Estate Bargains  W. BEWS,  Phm.B.  DrugRlat am.'Statloner.'l  Brown Jllock.   ,.__,'j Tetcj.bonc-18.  A Roaring:, Rollicking, Screaming Comedy  WITH AN INTERESTING PLOT.  ���������tTP-TO-DATE  SPECIALTIES.  Good Residence k  Store Huilding.  Terms-$200 cash ;  Balance*   on  Easy -  Terms.  8-Kjomed Residence, with all  modern imorove-  ments. A. very desirable prop -  erly. Terms can be arranged  with suitable party.  6 Boomed House,  with bathroom, etc..  good   cellar.    W ell  situated   for   a  C. P. R.   man.  Easy Terms.  Plastered-.. Houso*  with stone foundation. Good garden  50x100 feet���������well located.   Thia  iu a special bargain.  A tine Residence"  ���������7 large rooine  and * Bath - Room,  $1050  Electric Lighting, garden 60x100  feet. A comfortable home,  8elling ata great sacrifice.  80 acre Farm, 'about  5 milesfrom Salmon'  Arm Station.' ":��������� Best  of soil, good timber for domestic  uses and good roads. Terms to  the right party.  A Number of Other Real Estate Bargains.  Call and Inspeot Onr List.  Revelstoke Smelter-Townsite  Fine Residential and Business Lots in all.parts of the  City on easy terms of payment.  A limited number of Five-  dS Acre Garden Plots within five  minutes'  walk, from   the  centre of City, are now ready for sale. Easy terms of payment.    I BUfie     BO^tC     Kmml Eatate Brekere.  kCIVIOi   Dnvd   Financial and Inaurmno* A^anta.  '  Prices���������50c and  75c.  Seats on Sale at Canada Drue & Book Co,

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