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 4\  Vol    V.  No    138  REVELSTOKE B. C.   FRIDAY,   MAY  23, 1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  O  u  R  S  P  E  C  k  L  T  Y  ��������� ,- ., ���������*-���������-. '     >, ;���������  We are'the largest ��������� buyers  of GROCERIES in the  North Kootenay, and are  therefore able to offer the  very 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.'   l : ' ���������  This year we have made  arrangements which will  enable us to give our customers' - better prices than  ever before.- -���������  W. G. & R-  Shirts  '���������'     These Shirts are recognized, to'be "superior to.,  any made jn ..Canada for  ���������'-    -StyleJj-and   -Durability.  ���������; v- We'ihave thenvjn all the  ^ LatistiPatternsT'li        "V  A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION  A COAL MINE AT  It Is Believed That Fully 160 Men Were Killed.���������The-Work of  ?     Rescue-"Proving  a   Very   Difficult' Task.���������Already   Ten  Dead Bodies Have  Been Brought to the  Surface.���������It   is  - '   '"a. Heart-Rending Scene.'_  -      _ (SPECIAL DESPATCH TO THE HERALD.)  s  ..Fernie, -B. C.,*May 23.���������A  te'rrible'explosion occurred last  night about-7130 o'clock-in. No.  2 shaft of the Crow's Nest Pass  Company's mines, extending'to  No. 3 shaft." Many men were  working- in' the mine *at 'the  time.  ��������� The work ,of:rescue is being  hurried.  Assistance, from, all^ayaijable  sources is "being rushed to the  "rescue.  The presence of coal damp'  is adding great danger to the  work of rescue.  Out of "some two hundred  miners at work in the mine at  the'time the explosion, occurred  ohly-25-or, 30 are,-known to have  escaped.   ' -*"   ���������  _ Eight or--ten dead bodies have  been" taken out.  Of'the .150  or   175   men en  tombed it is feared that a large  percentage is lost.  . Perfect order prevails although  a terrible gloom has set over the  town and the scene is heartrending in the extreme. The wail of  the widow'-and orphan is heard  on all sides.  *������  ,, Those known to be dead are  Stephen Morgan, John Hallcy,  James and Dougall Muir, Thos.  Fairfield and son.  It is impossible to get.-'ful!  particulars for some time.  It is reported that Engineer  C. C. Brown of the Arrowhead  branch received word just as he  was pulling out this morning  that his son was -one of the  entombed men in the, mine. The  Herald is unable to get any  further particulars, and sincerely  hopes that the   rumor may prove  *!   " * *  untrue.  . "    - '-'.-  Neck Ties   -  -iit   ",";> r' <*\*p      Ay'' '".  " "The celebrated Currie Tic,  ���������The"' Spring 'Patterns1  - - ..'*_in these Goods-have just  "'* '  *~ been   received',J^and   for  - ,- - ���������:- rB.eauty~*a-n.d- .Taste, ..excel  ��������� -? '; -anything-^yet'-produced-  &.'-'' --by this Renowned Firm'  of Tie Makers.  .  f^ili-.    ..!*.,  Hats! Caps!  The world-renowiied  ',. .   Christie and Fedora Hats  A consignment in-j the;  - * Latest Styles has just  .~.oeen opeiiea_up.  ���������S* 'i .'  Underwear  i^_!_||Jl  Ti I   i������-  * * For Sprin������'and Summer.  A well selected'consign-  ment of Imported Scotch-'  and English fine,:woolen ���������  *���������*..-- Balbriggan .and  Fleece-  Lined Underwear just to"  .*   -   .,.. -.- .. 1, jt  -   ���������     .������ .-   ���������  hand.    \ ^ ,';,  ���������'Hosleiy--;"*}  ���������'  Ladies'"and Gent's :Hos-  ���������  iery in Silk,  Cashmere,  '   "   and*Wool." A"'complete  stock of the Latest Patterns and Best Quality. *  ..,: . ���������  ....V *���������   t- ->> i-*-/.-    '*' 7  Hardware >  A carload, of Assorted  Hardware * just opening  up.. _      .   . _.,������.*  The Storm in Alberta.  The 'following   is   taken   fiom   thu  Calgary Herald of Tuesday ;utcl  gives  some idea , of the   extert   of  the* bii;  1. - -. -v \  }    ��������� - .. *    .  storm that passed over Alberta since  "last*Saturday and which  tied-up lhe  railway"" service "east '.of   the   Rocky.  " * ".*  .Mountains:    '  ' -"*,*������������������.-  ������-..;rAs    -SiV-Jf*-     ���������,-',-.-     .7*U ---.r-s  Instead of .abating yesterdaj**, the  storm 'whiih' prevailed all dining  Sunday,.increased in violence dining  the day, and -when.evening iame on' a  perfect" hunicano* was Wowing and  torrents of rainj-wept the streets and  beatiu the face .of any rventuresome  wayfarer who was abroad.  The Btoini is one of the worst in the  history of this country, and 'considerable damage is reported from all'over.  The Edmonton road is 1 epoi ted to be  in very bad condition and it \vtfl he  some days befoie ti attic can be re  sained upon.il. The creeks and rivers  aie raging torrents, bridges have been  swept1 awiiy,farid folding "them" is it  matter pnmpqssibility.    ^    ,       - *  Number 1 fioni the east arrived 12  hours late and is being held over owin������r  'to: a   poi Lion   of  the   track! between  *, -.iA-a'   * * ��������� .   i___'j. V*.    .".    - ���������    -_  "Calgary and .-Cochrane"being   impiiss-  able. ��������� Sunday'morning's train'fiom  the west is not in yet, and a **������������������ number  of passengers for Citlgaiy are cooling  their heeVsomewhere in  the,* vicinity  of Bat.if .-!Although  it was leported  yesterday that the south liiitn wo.ild  go out on time, it is   still Ji-ere, -,and  there ' lire   no   pronpects' of   inoving  outaintil-a'-briilRe-ln-the-vicinity of  Okotbks,"which"  h������ul   been tlaniHged.  c}in/'*lie"  .Vepiiiied.   ''Most*   of     the  damage    seems to    have   been   done  however,   to^tlie north line, and on  some  sections   great   stretches of-1 he  trnck are said to hnve been washed out.  In  some - places .there     have     been  washouts right in  town, the constant  pouring of   the water * having in some  cases    worn      holes    dangerou*.    to  wayfarers. ���������-. -  .-''Last '.night "the weather was fetuful  and   in   some   cases   it   was    almost  dangerous   to ba  abroad..*   Pieces   qf  timber,   old   boxes,   tin    looting  and  other.* portable   articles, were - flying  around, and'the telephone poles were  creaking* and   swaying   in    a    most  awsome manner. .  . It is said tn be 'almost impossible to  cross Nose creek, the cieek itself being  a  regular   torrent,-and   the   (nidges  having gone out.  It if still ruining today fitfully, and  a hurricane is blowing.  ' K. of P. Grand Officers.  The following olliceis of the Grand  Lodge, Knights of, I'ylhias', , were  elected for lhe ensuing year at tin*  Grand Lodge'meeting held in _ Vancouver last week :   G. C . H. Uoffiiu-is-  ter. Vancouvei ;. G.V. (.'.._,Charles  Nelson, N*_*w Denver; 'G.'P,,' A. G.  Ureeluiiin, -Rossland ; G.;~K. K., ������".  "Pferdnej-,'Victoria": "G. "M. E., E. P.*  Nathan,' Victoiia: G. M., A.,,_J.  Thompson. Cumbeilaiul; O. T, G.,  Geoige^Johnson; Nanaimo; G t). G.,  Wm. Irvine, Nelson. The Grand  Lodge meeting next year wilPbe held  at Vernon.    ' '  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  -   The  Government  Inspector has had  oOQ hogs slaughtered  and   Imi nod,  on  account of hog cholera, at Woodstock,  Out.  Bush   fires   aie   raging at C.iluinet,  Quebec,    Piedmont   and   St.   S.iuve'r  are in danger.  The transfer house nf Ihe New Yoik  Central   at   Buffalo,   N.   Y., together  wiLhOOO  ens were burned  last,  night.  The loss is estimated at, $(-00,000.  General elections in tlie North West  Teiritories on Wednesday resulted in  Lhc return of the Il.iull.iin government  with a good majority.  The Fiench government are making  preparations 'to lemove inhabitants  from Fort de France and entire Island  of Martinique if necessary. About  1500 refugees have goWto Gaudelupe.  and several.hundred to St. Lucia. *  Nothing new has been heard from  Pretoria reg.uding peace-negotiations.  President Loubet, of France, leceived  an enthusiastic welcomp at St. Petersburg tn.lay.  ,The general assembly of the Presbyterian Church ofthe United States has  decided to adopt report in favor of a  ii'vision of the Confession of Faith,  The matter will-now be voted on by  the different, presbyteries. '  King Bdwa"d opened lhe Royal  military tournament at Agricultural  Hall London with.gre.it state today.  -The -Waul Line'.steamer Vigilance  ������������������'.tiled fi om' N"w York".- todtiy for  Havana flying, the new Cuban flag,  being .the Hist vessel lo cany the_fi.ig  of the Republic. *'    ":*,  THE BOER WAR  Prospects for Peace.���������Owing to  Haggling of Boer Leaders  Great Britain Presented Ultimatum.  London, May 23.���������(Special to the  Hek.y*_.d.) The British Cabinet Council  has heen summoned for today. It is  believed to be directly connected with  South African peace.  The London Daily Chronicle claims  authority to say that peace.is practically assured.       , " '  The London Daily Mail understand-,  owing to protracted haggling ,of the  Boer leaders at Pretoria/.GreatBrittiin  has presented an ultimatum, a reply t,  wliich is awaited and it is expected the  Boer Leaders will accept.  PjiKTOltiA. May 22.���������In accoidance  with an arrangement made oh April  6th; the Boer delegates";who were  chosen at the Vereniging Conference,  ariived- here on May,* *18th.~ They  consist of four, representatives from  the Transvaal and Orange River  Governments",'. General 'DeWet and  General Delarey, and are accompanied  by eight secretaries. The party has  been lodged in a house next door to  that occupied by Lord Kitchener. -  .-.London, . May *-22,���������Mr. Bennett  Burleigh, correspondent at "Pietoria  of the Daily Telegraph���������has cabled his  friends heie that ha is about to roturn  home. The Telegraph interprets this  action on the part of its correspondent,  as a circuitous'intimation that peace  has been "arranged- in -South Africa,  and t.iixt,,owiiiaf to the censorship, Mr.  Buileigh was unable to communicate  this fact to his*paper.  ELECTIONS  ���������Vegetable arid Flower Plants 2oc,  per-doz.- Cabbage, Celery, Lettuce.  Tomatoes, Cauliflowers,' Candytuft,  Dranthus, Asters, Verbena, Petunias,  Sobelia. Marigold, Phlox. Sunflowers,  Coreopsis, Nasturtium Chrysanthemum 2oc. per dozen7 Cabbage $1 per  100.     J. Maley, Rerelstoke. ,  Greenshields Wrathy.. "-  Mr. Greenshields left on Ihe 22 after  relieving his mind freely legaiding the  latest railway, policy, of the government. Deprived'df'the possibility of  getting the land grunt subsidy in  addition to a cash bonus, he was angi'y  and let evcrybody,know. it. He would  have pieferred to"see the bill with,  drawn altogether:'-:The opposition  caucus on the 23id "instant decided on  its line jf'-'iclinh.  ess Goods  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 promi-,  nent than ever, and our stock of popular-priced  Dress Goods has been supplemented by an  extensive array of leading novelties from the celebrated markets of Europe arid America'.       ',    "  This, together with our usual liberal policy and narrow profits,v and with- thisi-fact in  mind that this is not a meagre or indifferent assortmentof the common place, but large and  generous lines of all that is choicest and most desirable,���������hot acollection made up of what'ts  readiest to hang or most easily obtained, but a-stock of unparalleled ...variety" gathered,.from  every source far andnear, wherever Dress Goods ofmerit'are .produced...    >(_ _     t  ,. ^    '_/;  UP*-TOr DATE   SUITS     FOR     THE     BOYS    AT    A     BARGAIN  Wash Suits  Blouse Suits  Tweed Suits  Knickers      .  Knee Pants  Fauntlerby Suits.  'i-  Boys' Clothing is one of our special hobbies. We make it. a .strong point-to." buy., the  nattiest and most durable suitsfor the littlefellows. We think you can get suited in any-style  and at prices that wc know cannot be equalled. Our stock this season is large} varied and  up-to-date. r '     ' .���������  Spring Sale of Men's Suits  Our Spring Suit Sale is now ip full swing. Wc have sold more Men's and Boys'Suits  tliis week than we hbve ever done before in the histofy*of this store. Our range of Styles and  Prices is still complete���������better values, werc.nCyer "offered : \ -   ,  Men's All-Wn.il Kncrlish Serge S.iits���������Heavy Hiili-oiid; Serge���������Single Breasted.- Regul.ir $13 30.   t11 _A  sale parcE : ....*.....-:.....:.:   ������li.ow  " '   MenV Pure Wool Tweed Suits, Brown and Grey Checks.     They nre well worth $12 00.'   Sale   ft*. e _,.  Price Per Sni* *...'.....* ,     ������   O.W  Vou can keep any of these suits at home for one week, and Vf yon or your friends don't think they are just  woith the price, we are willing to return your money in lull. ^  The Haultain Government Has  Apparently Returned. By a  Big   Majority.���������Most   of the  - Constituencies  Heard   From,  " Reoina, May 22.��������� All early ret inns  indicate the re-election of the Haultain  Government by a large majority. A  private despatch from Canmore snys  that Hon. A. L. Sifton, Minister of  Public Works, beat his opponent afc  eveiy poll, the hitter losing hisdepoiit.  Mr. J. J. Young, editor of the C.ilgarj-  Herald, is elected in Calgaiy East its  an Independent. Mr. Bennett, Opposition, is elected in Calgary West.  ELECTION   RISTl'ItNS.  Whitewood���������A. B. Gillis, govt.  Qu'Appelle Soutli-G. H. V. Bulyea,  government.-  Qti'Appelle North���������IX H. McDonald,  Opposition.  Souris���������J. W. Cornell, government.  Wetaskiwin���������A.S. Rosenroll, govt. .  " Mitchell���������A. W. Mclntyre. govt.  Wetaskiwin���������A.S. Rosenroll. govfc  Mitchell���������A. XV. Mclntyre, govt.  Grenfell���������R. S. Luke, government.  Macleod���������lion. F. W. G. Haultaln,  Premier, was elected over C. F. Harris  Independent.  Banff���������Hon. A. L. Sifton, Govern*  ment. defeated R. Smith,Independent*  the latter "losing his deposit.  Battleford���������Close,  between. Prince^  Govt., aud A.  E.  Dunn,' Tnd.   Duni������ -  has 10 majority, with six polls to hen*  from.  Edmonton Town gives 26 majoritj-  for Secoid, Independent, with many  country points to hear fiom.     ,  - Innisfail ��������� Simpson,    Government,  probably elected over Lander, Ind.  L.icombe���������P. Talbot, Government,  elected by OS over Moore. Independent.  'C.innmgton���������E. CJiMcDiaimid, Ind..  probably elected over II. Ji. McLeod.  Government, and J. O. Ste wait,   Ind.  Maple Creek���������H. A. Greeley, Govt.,  defeated Dv W.vhe, Opposition by U,  m.ijority.>"  ~        -'; ~.-f*- ;'\y  Medicine Hut���������W. T. Finlay. Government, defeated J. A.Grant, Opposition,   '  by 101 majority. _  Calgary Bast���������J. J. Young, Independent, defeated J. Reilly. Independent,  and H. McLeod,-Independent.  Calgarj' West���������R. B. Bennett, Op.,  defeated T. Rilev, Government.  '"Moosomin���������A. C.Smith, Government  elected over J. McCurdy. Independent.  ; Prince Albert���������McKay, Oppoiition.  has 47 majority, with many polls to  hear from. _r *  Regina South���������Hawkes, Independent  is leading Smith, Government, by a  small majority.  Regina North���������G. XV. Brown, Govt.,  has 17 majority over J. K. Mclnnes,  with several places to hear from.  Saltcoats���������Seven out of 18 polls give  T. McNutt, Government, 23 majority  i over J. Nixon.  Strathcona���������A. C.Rutherford Govt,  elected by about 173 majority over N.  D. Mills^Independent.' '���������   Victoria���������Shera,_independent,=was_  elected'over IJoyle, Government,  - Wolseley���������Dr.-Elliott, Government,  elected over 'M. Snow." independent,  hy 210.        ,  "J ,  The Blue Jay.  E. A. Bradley returned on Wednesday   from   the -Blue   Jay   on   Smith  Creek". 3Ir. Bradley brought down a  handsome sample of coame gold. Tbe  ���������atnplei run from 25c. lb $1.25n nugget".  Boots and Shoes.  We carry an extensive stock of the above goods by "thc best manufacturers in Canada.  Every article of Footwear is made of good material and made for rough usage.  REID &  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  YOUNG-  Mall Orders Solloited.  .'s/Xround the Railway Yard  ." A, construction'train was wrecked  "near Ardmore, '~\'. .T,'. x Four men  were'-kiiled, and 17 injured..  The C.P.R. refrigerator service from  eastern points to Kootenay, the Pacific  Coast: and brunches, commences on  Mondav next.  .' The Santa Fe is dischat-ging all the  Japanese section" hands . and putting  Mexicans to' work in their place*. The  Mexicans'are brought" from the State*,  of Chihuahua, Guadalajara, Nuevo  Lsoii and Agua Calicnte and in many  instances they bringth'eir families with  them. ,   >  The trouble, between  the1 C,  P.  R.  and its machinists i* now a thing of  the past.   The men are highly pleased  with the result  of   the  negotiations.  Thc general advances in   pay   are   as  follows:   Fort William to Broadview  from 27 to 29   cents   per   hour;   from  Broadview to Laggen. 20 to  31   cents  per houi; Laggan to Kamloops, 31 to  33 cents per hour; Kamloops to Vancouver, 30 to 32 cents per hour; Crow's  Xcst Pass branch, 29 to   33   cents   per  hour.   The advance of 4 cents in   the  Crow's Nest was due to the fait tbat  the living expenses of the man were  the same on that line as in the Laggan  Kamloops country, and consequently  it -was placed upon the same footing  Only about  twenty-eight  bands  mt*  effected however.  ;i  !  H M  ���������/������������������  r.  '^9ih\9\  $  en  mh\ ami ^nilwag  ^Published Hr  The Rftvelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing nire.-i.nr.  A S..nii-\Veekl\- .lourunl pnblixl-rd ln ,,le  nuori-Ktsrif tlie railway men. mining ineu anil  !.n*.i'.fss men ol the West. Dnys ol i'libllcallon  ^ttiltiusJay and Saturday.  ADVE-11I8ING RATES.  Display ads., "fl.SO por inch; single column,  ti per inch when Inoerted on title pa*<u  I igal ads., 10 cent- j) *r inch (nonparii-l; Hue  Im flrst insertion; o.-ents for each additional  lu rrtluii. Local i'o ii;c*i 10 cents per line each  i -.xxv. Dirtti, Marriage nnd Death Notices  ire..'.  SHI1.SCRI1TION   RATE1.  ���������'y ...nil or cu-Tlcr. fi per unntim; *$!.*2.i for  *j|\ "month**., stficlly in advance.  Ollll JOU DKPJ.llTMr.NT.  I "iiicnf the hest equipped printing iiHIcps In  ���������ho West and prepared to execute all Kinds ot  '..iiiting fn tirstclass style at honest prices,  line price to all. No job too large���������none two  hiuiill��������� torus. Mail orders promptly attended  lo.   (Jive us a tiial on your next order.  TO COIII.ESl'ON'nU.S'TS.  Wo invite correspondence on any subject  .->' Inu-iv-l to the general public. In all cases  the bona llile name of the writer must accoin-  pauv manuscript, bul not necessarily tor  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager  NOTICK TO CORRESPONDENT.*..  l.-.MI correspondence must he legibly  H'tillou on one side of the paper only.  ���������!.���������-Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  o( the writer.  <;  K. GROGAN, Editor.  S.vtukday. May 24. 1002.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  The opposition lead by Mr. McBride  have forced the government to drop  their land grants to railway coporations  in British Columbia. On Tuesday the  government introduced the modified  railway bill. The land grant is entirely  eliminated, the money bonus being  fixed at .$5,000 per mile, in the case of  the Canadian Northern and $4,500 per  mile for the Coast Kootenay road.  Past His First Youth.  TIIK swan��������� in said to be excellent  eating when young; but aa lt.la.  one"* of 'the longest-lived of all  creatures," it Is well to learn If possible  how old your bird Is 'before you cook It.  A gentleman .'In Lincolnshire, England, sent a dead swan to the AUhe-  naeu'ra Club, ���������addressed to the secretary. A,'special dinner was to occur  that week, arid the committee without  question i-tlirned   the  bird  over  to  the  COOk.   ..: '-.'    '  At the dinner the swan, resting on a  great silver dish, was a delight to the  eye; but,'when it came to carving and  eating the bird, no knife seemed sharp  enough to eut.lt, and of course eating  It was out of the question.  A few days later the donor met the  secretary, and said, "I hope you got my  swan all right."  "That was a nice V.lte ynu played on  us," returned the secretary.  "Joke?   What do you mean?"  "Why, we had .the thing boiled for  thirteen hours, and even then we might  as well have tried to cut through the  Rock ot fi lb rait a i'.".  "You don't mean to say you had the  swan cooked!"  ���������'Why,' of course."  ���������,'Man alive! .1 sent it to be stuff-id  and preserved as a curiosity in the  club. Thnt swan has been ln my family for two hundred ami eighty years.  It was one ot the* Identical birds fed  by the children of Charles I.���������you'va  seen .the picture of lt. My ancestor*  held the post ot 'master of the J\van������  and keeper of the king's eye-net*-.' -.Veil.  1 have no doubt It was a bit tough."  ������*������*9*&*-������99������������&JMH*9������JH9999P*i  f COLUMBIA RIVER  ICE fOR SALE  !;  This Ice will be delivered $  every day at your door.  \\ THE REVELSTOKE DAIRY. ������  .���������������������������-���������=:*���������:;.���������::".    I  The King having decided on May 30  as the day for the celebration of his  birthday this year, there 'will he no  observance of the King's birthday in  Canada this year. May 24 is now a  permanent Dominion holiday and will  be observed as such throughout Canada  next Saturday. There can heno change  from this date. Thursday, June 2(1,  will also be observed as a public holiday this yeai'. A^.governor-general's  proclamation making the holiday legal  will be issued in due course. Some  time prior to November 0, the anniversary ofthe King's birth, aproclaiuation  will be issued fixing May 24 next year,  on wliich to observe utile anniversary,  and so it will be observed during the  King's lifetime.  Money is spent all the year round.  Moro is spent in one season than in  another, yet every day and all the time  money is spent. Still there are  advertisers and their name is legion,  who will not use pi*'liter's ink except  in the busy season. Nothing in the  world could be more illogical. What  they seek is trade. When less of it' is  around they should he more strenous  in securing their sh.ue of it than when  it is most active. In the latter case a  fair part of it will come to them anyhow. When a seller withdraws from  the advertising field in the dull season  he surrenders to his rivals in trade the  benefits which come of publicity.  - .. ���������      Big_Shpw-Coniing=-^���������^-^  Manager  Tapping   has secured   by  special arrangement, forone night only  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  WING CHUNG  Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods   Just Arrived  HAMIIOO   CIIAIltS*,  FANCY TAHI.KS,  TEA TllAYS,  CUlNAIVAlti:,  l-'AMVY Goons,  NATKIXS,  IIANDKEUCHIBI-.-*,  "       l-'AN'S,  *    IN GREAT VARIETY  IN THE NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.  ALEX: McLEAN & CO  Agehls for the  Mason &Risch Piano  1   .-*���������"    .';'  *'     *    OFVICE AT  4. McLeod's' Residence  SECOND  STREET,    KAST.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  fOOOOB.OOUDvAO.OaO.O.OO-O.C.OOQOC  MRS. LUADER  FRESH FRUIT IN SEASON  _ ICE CREAM.  ICE CREAM SODAS  Kdn-in Owen' Towiie's great comedy,  ������������������ Too Rich to Marry."  Thi.s Company comes direct from  New York City with almost the entiie  All Star original ca&te. This certainly  will lx������ the coming event of the season.  The date will be announced soon.  An Up to Dat eRailrcai.  ' The Southern Pa< iflc railway intend**,  to establi*-h 72������teel tanks, each of ."Al.OOO  barrel.*, average capacity, alontf its  lines', and haa let the contract for .the  woik. These tanks will have a' total  capacity of 3,flOO,CX>0 barrels, and with  tlie 13 tanks that are already in use,  having a capacity of 050,000 barrels,  will give the system a total tankage ol  4,230.000 barrels. Tlie company will  use oil for generating power on _ its  locomotives from one end of thc lines  tothe otherandwill eventuallyentirely  replace oil for coal fuel on its engines,  ferrylwats and steamships- Already  the company has converted 210 of jts  losomotives to oil burners and has: on  hand in the shops at Houston material  for converting 120 additional locotno  tives. -. The shops at: Sacramento are  also converting the engines from coal  to oil burners as fast as possible. -  IPRQMPTLY^ SECURED  "Write for onr Interrcttnjf boric������ " Invent-!  or'* Help" an l " How you are swindled."  Scud u* a rough sketch * r model of your invention orimproven *:tit nnrl iv* will tell you,  free our opinion ,*������sto u-b-rihT it t������ probably;  patent Able. ItrJ*-ct<fd application* have often,  bee*i <ucce'isfuMy pro���������*eciil< t\ by in.^, Wc,  conduct fully equipped offices in Monlrea  and Wa*hirifctan; thi-*qualifies u* to promptly dispatch work and quick!v secure Patent*,  ah brotri as the invention. HtRhest reference*,  furni������hed.  Patent* procured through Mat ion ���������&. Marlon receive spcclcl notice without charge in  over 100 new?papers distributed throughout  the D--minion.  Specialty:���������Patent business of Manufacturers ana Engineers.  MARION & MARION  Patent Expert-, and Solicitors.  L.,     f   New York Life B'ld'ar. nonlreal t  S������������������  '    l    Atlantic Bid?, Washington DXJ  **************************  * PELLEW-HARVEY, I  BRYANT & HUMAN 1  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVKK, B.C.      Established ISM  *���������  GIST IEEAELY  FOB llitST GfflDIGE  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  CAMP OF FISH RIVER I  The Centre for all tiie Big Free Miliink Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creiek, Etc.  Business Lots.  i* * ���������'... i .*,..I**  Bonier Lots  l EASY; TERMS   OF   PAYMENT.  .;!!  '...:    ,  * t '  A  Ten   Stamp Mill   and   Diamond  Drills,  Et<\,   are now on   tlie   way   to   GoMfieMi*.  for tbe N>rth-  western    Development   Syndicite.      This means  that Goldfields   -will   be  the" Biff  Town in  that District.             ' ���������*".,_���������  LEWIS BROS.,  j Agents, Revelsloke.  R. F. PERRY,  "< .   Resident Manager.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B A., LL.H.  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,  Ktc.  First Street, Revilstoke.  Money to loan,  HARVEY, M'CAKTER & PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors. Etc.  Solicitors lor Imperial Bank of Canada.  Company funds to loan at8 percent.  FiitsT Street, Revelstoke B. C.  SOCIETIES.  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Test< m_������Ie"np to 2,0001 tn.  A ipeclalty rna.Ie of checking Smelter  Pulps.  Samples from tbe Interior by mail or  express promptly attended to. -    .  : Correspondence solicited.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  ������������������I ****% ****** f **. mtfiHw  Ued Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tiiesdavs ol each month; White Rose Degree  meets th ird 'I'nesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Viiillnir brethren welcome  (i. K. GROG.VN-. IIY."EDWARDS,  -   President. Hoh. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658-  Regular meetings arc held in the  OdSfcllou-sIIall on the Third Fridav ol each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  A. J .HNSOS, W.M  W. G. BIRNEY, Rec.-Sec. ���������  CHURCHES  METHODIST CHURCH. REVELSTOKE.  Preaching services atll a. in. and 7:30 p.,m  Cla������s meeting at the close ot the morning  service. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 3:.W  Weeklv Praver Meeting every Wednesday  evening <at 7*::w. The public are cordially  Invited.   Seats free. *  Rev. C. Ladner. Pastor.  3T. peter s church, anglicav.  Eight a.m., llolv Eucharist; 11 a.m., ma'-'as,  Ll-.&nv and hermo'n (Holy Eucharist lirst Sun-  dav In the month); 2::io   Punday   school, or  children's service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  sermon.   Holy Days-The Holy   Eucharist is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8 a.m , as announced.  Holy Baptism after Sunday School atJ:lo.  - c. a. procunier. Rector.  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH.  F-������rvlce every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  in������hicli_-_ll are welcome. Prayer meeting at  "Sp. m. every"Wednesday. "  Rev. W. C. Calder, Pastor.  SOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mass   at 10:"*0 a. in.,   on   first,  second and  fourth Sundavs In the month.  KEV.   FATHER   THAYER.  CALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting every ni?bt in their Hall on Front  Street.  H  EDWARD  TAXI DRUM FST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS. Etc. MOUNTED.  Fur. Cleaned and Bc.*aired.  JUST EAST OF  PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH  Third Street.  A. H. HOLDICH  '  .ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  0 AND ASSAYER.  P.oyal School of Mines, London.    Seven  year'  at   Morfa  Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Chief  Chemist  to WIgan  Coal and  Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late Chemist and Assaver, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson, B.C.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between A.rrowhcsd, Thornton's  Landing an*I Comaplix, commencing October  Mth, 1901, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:      ������������������>  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and COmapllx       ..twicedaily���������10k. and 15k.  Leaving Comaplix and 'ho.n**on'n Landing  for Arrowhead... twice dally���������7:l.'.k and 12:15k  Making close connections with all C. P. R.  Steamers and Trains.]  Theowners reserve thc right to change time*  of Ballings without notice.I  The Frad Robinson Lumtwr^Co., LlmitM  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  Pacific Wivisioinil Points,  nay 22, 23 and 24,  Cloud to return until 27th.  TOURIST    CARS    DAILY  TO ST. PAUL  "Wednesdays k Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  w    LOW RATE TICKETS  Now   on Sale from Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS.  FROM VANCOUVER  TO-  TO-  -CHINA, ' JAPAN,  -AUSTRALIA    ALASKA  Minneapolis and Return  $53-Good to Return   Within   60  Days���������On Sale-May* 26 and 30..  Lowest Rates'arid Best Service to  and from all points.  For full information, printed  matter, etc., call on or address,  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Revelsloke.  E, J. Coyle.  ' Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  FKKK HUB MEETS ALL Tl.AINS.  IltST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  1 HEATED HY HOT.AIR.  REASONABLE KATES.  Hotel Victoria  Brown & Guerin, Props. ** ''-  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT TN EVERY ROOM^'i-  HOUKLY STREET OAR  MEETS AH, TKAIN8.  .    ,1IAB WELL SUPPLIED BY THE CHOICEST  ,   .WINES,   I.IQUOIiS AND CIOAKS    ...'...  8BMB m  & GO'Y.  Wholesale' 'and Retail Dealers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     WUiTON. . SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME.INSEASO^-"1  i  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  ++'l-'W*'fr+'l^-M*'lH.*Mp'i'*'i'*'W**-l'**ir  *-  "*-  *  iBaker and  !   Confectioner  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  A. 1. SDli  ������ Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  T and Railway Street.  + +  ********ll****************  4 *S- UNION -2s���������r ^  (4   Cigar   Factory   i!  "^ KKVKLSTOKE,    B.C. ^  II. A. BROWN,   Prop, m  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL  and THE   UNI0H  ALL  GOODS   UNION   MADfi  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  We have purchasers for all kirida of metalliferous mines' and prospects, and desire to hear from prospectors and others havinir property  for sale. -    ������������������   i    ' ''���������' ...   1   ; .,:   ,. . *  ��������� ,.        .,:,��������� i  Our facilities for making quick sales are unrivalled.   ' *  Sand ns reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at'our Office;  THE MINES EXCHANGE; LIMITED. j  ��������� ..'.!,'*;      -     ,      T '.���������.*..      __   jV   Nelson, B.C.  H. G. PARSON, President.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managing Director  $J i  ifeRexe_lst_QkeJi[i4e:an^Spirit^^  , . * _��������� r ���������  ,-..;.-.Limited Liability.      "--���������":'    ���������'*-< j  Carry a full and complete line of   * - ;  ' * '  Scotch and. Rye Whlski������������_ Boandies, Rums,  - Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and * Plymouth Qlns,   ;  '   Porta; Sheri-M,'Olaret8. 6hampaj_(n������, Liquors  Importad and Domestic Oigara.  Laces and Braids 1  A large range of Point Lace,'  Ducliem and Ratteuburg  Bralda, Btampcd l)e������ign������;  B/auiped Linens, Embroidery  Needles,Hooka, Ao. .    :; .   -  Berlin and Zephyr Wooli, all  nlis.il**!*, Slipper Solen, Valeu-  elenves Lace, Insertion,  i- ���������',  Call at the         -"    -.',  THE QTY, EXPRESS  ;..    E. W;_B. Paget, Prop.   [  Prompt dellyery of parceli, baggage," ������to.  ���������- to any part ol tha city  MADISON PARLORS. '  Misses Sheppard & .Bell  McKenzie Avenue  ,  oc28 J  F<������������e  "?[9S������-%������������������������������������������5^^  LIVE, AND IE!LIVE!!"  Please don't try and run us  out of town by sending'your  orders east. We must have"  your work in order to live.-'  "We depend on you for our  work 1 Eastern houses do  nnt 1 Do not allow yourself  to be roped in by their ped-'  dlers We also guarantee-  to give you better satisfaction for your money.    ,        :  "B*. s. "w:ri,so:rsr,'  Next the McCarty Block.   '  Any Kind of Transferring  ^       Undertakian    !  ,i..-i.     .-,    '.r^tTTj���������A *  All orders left at R. M." dmythe'i Tobacco  tore, or by Telephone No.7 will recelre prompt  ttentlon.    - i -  Jas! I. Woodrow'  Retail Dealer iri^��������� ' -  ?t      i  Beef, Pork,  : Miittp^i, Etc.  '   "....- i'? \'i rt   c -  Fish and Gaate'in S������aaoa....  ���������-' m  ;*: ~ i ,  All orders promptly HU������4,  Cor%r-?������������SS!i.!l������BYBM������0K.8i B.������ &^**^+?*l^*������*0������������*#������tot^  &MHHH&**-*r-.o-9Lr&*&'.f'>&B  > m*hfw&v*������#*������**#9i  a a  The Smelting- Centre of the  coal  Sur  GIVKN   tluu  intend lo apply in  ���������liei'Commissioner ol  gigantic coal companies and ^rCo^S^ilfe^^'^L.^^ b>' ^'payrolls of two  - ..-.- tr  irrouncied by the following-resources:  cultural country.     Larg*e herds of cattle, fruit  and all that could be asked.  ASHNOLA-is owned  which i.s a'guarantee iu it.se!  of water,    '  Company  coining ci  r atKl Kennedy iMountain Mines  Goal, gold, copper, silver and  in abundance, with a climate a  a fine agri-  most southern  NOTICK   IS   MKIiKKV  thi rly clays al'li'i- dale /  Ihe   Honorable  lim I  Laiuls   ami   Works   f.ir  permission to cut  'and carry away timber I'roni the following'  described lands :  Commencing- at a post planled on the  south side of the Columbia Kiver, about  one mile below the nioiilb of Canoe Kiver,  and marked " Maude Skene's Norlh-Kasl  " "   thence  soulh   So   chains  So chains; thence   north   So  chains; thence east   to th.*  point of com  Notice.  Corner i'osi  tlienee  west  ence east   to th  eiiieni.  NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN Lliat  thirty days after dato f intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Coinniiss-  ioner.of.Lands and Works fora special  license to cut and carry away timber  i'roni.tlie'1'oMowing described lands;  th  ineiu  Commencing at ti" post planted on  e east bank of the Columbia Kiver  about two miles above the mouth of  Wood River, and marked "Olivia  Robinson'*) North-West Corner Posi;"  tbence south 1(1 chains; tlienee east J00  City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  L')ts in Ashnnlii nr,������ o.,p��������� : .. _. _  ~ ���������  .MAlinK SKIvNIi.  Dated lhis 29th day ol April,  190;  Wotice.  "son's North-West-Cor  ie south 10 chains- thoi  connnenceiiieiit. '    nL  ol  Bated this fflSCV^T^  the  agreeable,  lhe White Lies of Society.  N the white lies of society, women  who are   otherwise   scrupulou������ly  truthful,    are    amazingly    proft-  eient, writes Geraldine Bonner in  "Argonaut;"   they   lie   to  *���������  to please. I have often hear*  women, who could no more have born*  false   witness   against   their   nelgbbP*-  than l.hoy could have robbed a churck*  say 'they would always send down i>������  message   "Not   at   home"   rather  than  the honc-st but Inhospitable "Enraged."  "Not nt home"  was untrue,  but hurt*  nobody's -, feelings.     "Engaged,"   whicl**  accurately stated  the case  lite and ungracious  ;-1  NOTICE  in Ashnola ai-o safe  Notice.  was impo-  could help ���������..brTii^aif^  pressing- of facts,   would  hurt from their door.  e..-.       FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPf Y TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY   COAL  -NELSON,  13. C-  CO.,    LIMITED.  ' Vx********************  Coninieneiny at   a post   planled  on   the  south haul; of the Columbia   Kiver  om; mill! below the mouth ol*Canoe  and   marked   '' Henry  '.I.  West    Corner   l'ost  chains;   Ihence   east   So   cliains;   thonc  north So chains; thence west So chains  *���������'���������* point ol'commencement.  Dated lhis itjlh day of April, lyoJ.  aboul  Kiver,  Lovewell's   iN'orih-  Ihence   south     80  NOTICE. IS  thirty dav.*  HEliEKY GIVEN that  liter d.'tte I intend lo apply lo  lhe Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands aiul Works for a special license to  cut and carry away limber from lhe ful-  lowini.' described lands  th  suf-  ever be ������nt  I never shall target some early lessons I received in the  house of a lady wlio was a social leader and a famous charmer, although  well on in years. On her day al home  she used to sit where she saw the victors as they came toward the entrance.  r\...   jay   a   young   woman  One  U-  ***^W*W************^^  Notice.  appeared,  an-  (.raclous,  here's Miss So-and-  So, Just when I wanted to talk to you  ���������this to my companion, with  and she exclaimed In a high key of  noyance:  "Good  a bcwll-  What   a.   bore  NOTICE  thirty dav>  IS  THE TOWNSITE OF  HEREBY.'GIVEN lhat  after date I intend to make  ipplieation to .lht.' Honorable the Chief  Commissioner of Laiuls and Works lor a  special license to cut ami carry away  limber from the following* described  j lands :  ( oinniencii'.v;- at a post marked " C. li  N'a^le's Soiiih-East Corner I'osl, planted  oil the norlh bank of lhe Columbia Kiver,  one mile west oi'the moulh of Canoe Kiver;  Ihence nortii So chains; tlicnce west So  chains; thenee south So chains; thence  I easl So chains to the point of commence-  _.   chains;   theuce   east  chains, more or less,   to "the   bank  ol*  Columbia    Kiver;    Ihence   followini**  bank of lhe Columbia Kiver to the  commencement.  So  the  the  point 01  tered,  HENRY LOVEWki.i.,  ���������^Uedihissthd^orM^^  Notice.  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  Dated th  G.  B. NAGI.E.  29th day of April,   1902.  deringly sweet smile  she Is, and always coming here.  The next moment Miss So-nnd-So en-  red, and was greeted with the mNt  nattering' air of delighted surprise.  "Why, my dear Miss So-and-So! IIo*'  good'of you to come! What a charming surprise! It's a hundred yearn  since I've seen you," etc.  And. Silas'So-and-So beamed with t!. ���������������  deprecating pleasure of one who ferin  herself appreciated.  When we had left and were descending the  steps,   I  said   somewhat  rue-  Commencing at a post planted on  the west hank of tlieColiftnbia River,  about one quarter of a mile below the  mouth of Seven-Mile Creek, about six  miles above Death Rapids and marked  ''Maude   Skene's   Sn.-n* ���������**������������������"���������- r' -  fully to my companion:  I  suppose  she  said  J  about   us   before  People who  ust  the  wim  came   In,   to   th*  ..nr ��������� '���������v'ere thel-e before us.--  ,   Of course  she  did.    Why shouldn't  she? She's  so charming:; and one ot  Post;"  Notice.  2oo ���������Lot  'S5K3  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP  CIRCLE CITY is the Te  CIRCLE CITY  C.RCLE CITY  rminus of the proposed  via the Lardeau Creek with fork to  is beautifully situated at  and Surprise Creeks.  is   absolutely-' surrounded  Development.-  Railway   already  lhat point.        i  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirtv days afterdate I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner.* of  Lands and Works for a special license to  cutand carry away timber from the following described lands :  Commencing- at a; post'.planted- on   the  nortii   bank  of the   Columbia  above   the   mouth -of  Canoe  marked    "Fred     Robinson's  Corner   Post;"   thence   north   So    chains  thence west  80 chains; thence  chains; thence east So chain  River just  River, and  Soulh-East  south   So  Skene's South-East C'ornei  thence west SO chains; thence  nortii SO chains; thence east 80 chains,  more nr less to the west' blink of the  Columbia liiver; tlienee following the  bank of the Columbia River to the  point of commencement.  MAUDE SKENE.  Dated this oth day of May, 1002.  Notice.  surveyed  of commencement.  i. to  the  point  NOTICE  IS   HEREBY   GIVEN  30 days after date I intend lo apply It  Honorable the Chief Conimissionerof Lands  ind Works for permission lo cutand carry  lhc base of  the Lardeau  Pass,  Galena  by    Mining-   Properties  now   under  TV,.   *.,,'-       ,   ,FREJ3 ROBINSON.  Dated this 29th day of April, 1902.  Notice.,  NOTICE   IS   HEREBY GIVEN   ,h:a  th.rty days after dalle I intend  to apply to  Which* Will be utilized next Season ty Con'cTntAtVn  k Plants.  "  ' ' ' "    "       *TOraF0rRrvrpl!CULARS AT ONCE       ���������  . 1UIHL GENERAL AGENT,  G.B. BATHO,    -       ������    Ferguson, B. C.  _ _ ��������� . ...l-.hu 10; apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  I-ands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the fol-  1 "vincf described lands :  "**oniiiienciii__- at a post planted on the  >t side of the Columbia River, aboul two  es above the incut th "of Wood River, and  rked "Fred. Kobinson's South-West  rn'i.r   P~. ������������������ ���������"-��������������������������� *'  away timber from the following-  tract of land in West 'Kootenay  described  C611111  folm A  planted  from the  ,, v     ������..������   jiuni   ine  fol  lowing described lands :  Commencing at a post   planted   on   the  east side of the Columbia River, about two |  mile**- -'I***.*'*-*''-- *--*-   ''  mar.  Corner, l'ost"; thence east 160 chains;  thence north 40 chains; thence- west 160  chains; ihence south 40 chains lo the point  of commencement.      '    -  niencing at a post marked  MeMahon's South-West Corner,'  at a'point   160 chains soutli  south limit of the land  Syndicate situ  thence east  40 _   chains; to the south limit ofthe lands of thc  Pittsburg- Syndicate; thence west40 chains,  to the east bank* of the Columbia River;  thencesouth along-the east bank of said  river 160 chains lo the poinl of.cominence-  ,0 clmms southerly from the  the lands "of  the   Pittsburg-  .iatcd nortii of Death   Rapids;  40 chains;  thence   nortii   160  1>,.,.h.i-       .,    ,FRED ROBINSON.  Uated this 29th day of April, ,902.  Dated May  NOTICE  JOHN A.  5'h, 190.*.  Notice.  McMAHON.  .. 3STOTIOE  XCTICE IS riKKEB.' GIVEN- Hint P-0 (lftys  alt*.r date, I Intend to makeapiilicAlfon to the  Honorable the Chief < ommi-.sior.er of Lands  and;, \>"<>rks for a; spec'lal licence to fell and  carryaway timber irom the fullo*.\ing described lands:  NO. 1.  Commencing at a post planted about 50  chains north of St. Leon Hot Springs on the  Arrow 1-alcRsaHd marked J; T. south..west corner, thenee east IliO chains ; tlicnce nortli -10  chains; thence west 160 chains ; tlienee soutli  ���������M chains to place of commencement.  -- :      No. 2..     -    .     -      '  Commencing at a po������t planted about 3 miles  aouth /n.m" the mouth'of Deep creek at Ualenu  Uaj-;- Arrow Lakes;;iiiarke<l Ji'lVand beips  alwutC .hains enstol T.-II.I) ���������'������ south west cor-  *���������"- po^t; thenee wottW) chains ; tlienee.south  hains ; thcnrcctifet 80 chains ; thence north  SO chains to place of commencement  NOTICE  that7oil davs7 after elate J ,'..  TAKE    NOTICE     ,,:...lw, unie  j  intend to apply tn the Chief co'iuiilsslnner of  Lands and works Tor perniis������:on 10 purchase a  piejjeol land described as follows :  'Coinmciioiiig at a^postmarked .-']���������*. J. ���������'(���������'old-  smith's No. 1 post, tlienee south -lo chains ;  -10 chains;  oom mencc-    ~ ...  .���������..*,-,.     Jills   land   was  staked  by .1. Jt. iUeKcuzie lust June.    JIa  purchase No. 1 post   Much  trail 111 *  line following  Located February 20, ISXri.  F. J.iJOr.DSMITir,  Goldiields. i!. C.  Certificate of Improvements.  .,       .   ..    ..������   .   ......null   J*  smith's No. 1 post, thenee south *!'  lliciice cast *!0 chains ; thence nortii *  thence west JO chains, to point of re  menl���������H10 acres more or less.  ; Tliis  "���������������������������"><l.':by.J.'.Jt.raieKehzie-lnst: June.    ...., ..  nise No. 1 post about 100 feci from.-liold-  -trail and about L'uo feci up hill, the cast  * Fish Kiver.  NOTICE  EO      . ..........   ...o* o>������ uJinjus ;  ains; thence cast 80 chains  ������0 chains to place of eomiiieneem^....  Nelson;"B.C, March 3rd. 1902. '  .-  -^. '.r- ������������������*;-''-- :;-���������-'-JAMKj-A?TAYf.OB"7  Arrowhead.  '''Certificate of Impveroments.  TAKK NOTICE lhat r, F. C. Green, actfng'As  agent for Angus M>Ka*���������.',.Ki. .AI. O. B .'12005, timl  J. k;McKenzie, Free ������������������>!*������er's Ccrlltlcfttc >"o.  li'o2D2f>, fnteiul, sixty itays from the date hereof,  to apply to tJicM filing Keeorder for.-erti flea tes  of Improvements, for'tlie purjiotie of obtaining  Grown Grants of thc above eJaims.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that  thirty days alter date I intend to apply to  the* Honorable', the'.Chief. Commissioner' of  Lands and Works for a speeial license to  cut aiid carry away timber from the following; described lands : -"  Commencing- at a  post   planted   on   the  east side of the Canoe River and alongside  of the Cn nne River   trail, about  above   the month of liar-  marked   " C.    R.     S  Corner   I'osl;" then  tlicnce west   So  rvey  cone's  u-e   north  onjjside  one; mile  Creek, and  South-West  So cliains;  chains; thence south So  cliains; thence east So cliains to the poinl  of commencement.  C. R. SKENE.  Dated thi.s ist day of May,  IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30  days after date- I intend to apply to' the  Honorable thcChiei Commissionerof Lands  and Works for permission to cut and carry  away timber from the following-, described  lands in West Kootenay.���������  Commencing'at :i post marked "E. L.  MeMahon's North-West Corner" planted  on tlie cast bank of the, Columbia River at  the south-west corner of the timber limit  held by Henrietta McMahon under special  license; thence cast 40 chains; thence south  160 chains; thence west 40 chains, to the  east bank of thp Columbia River; thence  nortii a!on__r the east bank ofthe "said river  160 chains to the poinl of commencement.  E. L. McMAHON.  Dated May 5th, 1902.  the most charming- things a/bout ber la  that pile's such a transparent liar. Everybody knows that she doesn't mean  a word she says,- but likes it Just ts  much as if s-he did."  Ladles of this type will "tell you th������t  g-ood manners are founded on a. fround'-  ; work  of  amiable insincerity.     If  one  were   perfectly   sincere,   how   horribly  rude one would sometimes be! Imagine  greeting the familiar remark, "Oh, I'm  so  sorry;   I'm   afraid    I've    disturbed  you," with the truthful answer: "You  have,   and   I'm   not   at   all; glad   you  came," or, instead of-employing the old  reliable "So sorry r couldn't; get to B������������  you last Fiiday," substituting* the a*-  .gressive uprightness of:"I had plenty  of time to come round on Fiiday, but I  didn't* want to go!".. *Whltelies do cer-  talnlytgrease  the wheels 'of life,  and  personally T ha\-e the greatest poasl'ble  respect for them. Anything that makes  people  more  agreeable  In   the' society  sense ought to be encouraged.   In one's  social and domestic relations one should  cultivate -whatever promotes harmony  and lessens friction.    There ��������� Is  of that in the world outside;  all,  the Recording Angel is not really  on the lookoutfor; white'.lies.-' The commandments only stipulate that we refrain from bearing*false witness;  they  do not concern themselves in the least  about p'ollte; falsehoods.  *  ��������� 1  The Romance of a Necklace.  enough  and, aft*r.  now,  RBAT animation reigns inut ......  on   the .blue   shores   of   Corfu,'  where 'all  the fishermen of the  coaat   are   busy,   tuyincr   their,'  chances  for.a  big oaiteh:    But  up to now they have riot succeeded ln  *���������*"���������   capricious   temper   of  and  night after night  1902  NOTICE.  I : Arid further Inke  section 37,--|in*s.:.be  elHims.  notice thnt nction, under  TAKI!   NOTICK   thnt  GO  (leys  after date  ]  intend to apply to the Chief Cosimtsiloner  of-Lnnd. ftiid-Work^-for permission to eut mid |  carry  awuy. timber from' the  followin*; described lauds: *  nsroTiGE  , Butte.   Silver  ,Mineral Clniins,  llmv rail-   Rjack    Dlninoml     ttiHte in tliuLnrdeau Jllning  'BivUioirof U*e>t 7.: n(ii*������init- ni...i..  WhercLoeated:      ._.  ........ .,  ton Creek, a trlbutary.of KlaU Creek.  ;TA.:K_ NOTICE   thait I, A. r  o������|cnayDIntrict.  Near the Hcnd of Lexins-  ".���������nee of mtI, cJrM^S^^,^^^^  Bated this first Uny ,.f March, 1902, A.l)   ,-^= ���������-   - J-._c.-mn:F.y.-������������������-=   per !���������-. s. a.  ���������Nelson, B C.   ..... .uu 1 mi.ns;.uience cast-10 chains;  thencesouth 100 clmins, to the7 place of commencement; containing UIO acres.  ' KOGKK F. PERRY.  Goldfields. B. C.V.Oct ]7ih,ia0l.      Kov.-frtl.  3STOO?IOE.  TAKE NOTICK that IW days'after date I  intcn.-l 10 upply to the Chief Coiiiinl-.sioner of  hands nnd \\ erics f'tr purinis*.ioii to purchase  the followini; ilcscrlhcd hind*-:  Certificate of Improvements.  Sealed Tenders.  Staled  ���������. i      -     '-I'eiidei's   itddrcssed    to   tlie  iiiulei*siff.,������l will- be   received   up   to  1U02,  laris  tlio-  TI10 lowest"  necessiiryilv  .NOTICE. - ., "  Engineers. Firemen. Mitchiiiists'tind  Electricians send for 40 p.i*a.e pmnplilet  coiiliiiiiin/2; questions asked' liy 'Ex  -tmiriing; Board of Enp;itie(*fs to obtain  Enffiiiet'ts license.- Address Geo. A.  Zeller, Publisher.  Louis, Mo., U.S.A  13   S.- 4ih St..   !3t.   ...������a..iu  11111   ne   received   tip  noon on .Monday, Uio 121.li of May, 11  for the erection of a dwelling. ' PI.  and specifications cnn Im  seeii-^nt--!  ollice "0fthirinrdGfSi7^7i  ov    uny     tend  accepted:  -3STOTIOE3  vccl'aim.  And lUrthcrTdke Notice that nction, uti'le.  rectlon .17,  must  be  commenced, before the  -   iMbauccor such Certificate, of Improvements  l'atcd this twenty-third day of January, A.I).  I'K'i... . '   ' A.P. CUMMIN'S, P.L.S.  K-b. 5���������tf  ' Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.  To John T.! Moore or.to anyone to whom h_  1    .   may have transferred'his Interests in the  .    ...   Oilman Fractional mineral claim, situate  '   ' In theiardeau Mining Division.  ''   You are hereby notified tbat I expended the  puxn orone1 hundred and :sevcn  dollar*,  and  fifty cents (I*107..-i0) in labor aud money -mi the  " Leforcinentloned mineral claini, in order to  -, hold said mineral* claim under Section 2*1 of. the  ,, Mineral Art; and if within ninety days (90)  from the date of'this notice, you fail to cou-  - tribute your proportion of such expenditure,  together ..wilh all costs of advpritcinff*   .- ...  *   3sroa?zo.TD  NOTICK-lhatslxty  , V> npnly to u,5  1 "lids and Works fur "tI.'.Vm.iJJi" ",,."'"'-'f   <J  5S'SB.-iK������5VunS5  ibiys after dale I  in ten.I  Chief   Coi'iinlssioiicr   of  Sit)  OI .��������� ........uiui  nay i).C,anil described ns /ollcir..  Coinnieiicliig from s.W. conLm  thence North nstrouoinlcal'!!0 iiinli,  Wesi 80 chains; tbence South  j ui ������������������'ol  proximately;     thence    IS������    i-hnins  1-nsterly te point of commencement.  FKE.D... ICOUINSON*.  <;. u.skknj*;, Age  ' 111*11,  ���������ihence  ins np-  -sortn*  Centre  Star   nnd   Evening   ......    _*....en..  Claims,situate iu the Lnrdeiui Mining Division  of West Kootenay District. Where located :  On -Menlienlck creek, near Fish Itiver./  T.AKi: NOTICE tlint I, K. 0.���������(���������rccn.'.'.-ivtiiiR'ns  n^ciu for J. li. McKenzie,'Krcc Miner's Certificate No. II '.iiiiij, intend, six iv davs from the  date hereof, 10 apply to the Mini in; Keeorder  orC'eriillentes nf Improvements; lor the purpose of obtnliilnt; Crou-ii Grams of the* above  .ii.l  further take notice that nction, under  section.::*",  must he   cuirirneur.Ml    before   the  issuance of such Certlficiitcs of Improvements.  Dated this ilr.-tciay of Jlnreh l'JO-i, A. I).  I*. C.C HE- N,  perl**..** O,  Nelson. li.C.  Star .-.Mineral'  I'1. B. Lewis.  Notice.  NOTICE is 11EKKBY GIV KN  tl,iU  thirty dftys after date 1 intend to  I'eb.l  -tf  Dated at comaplix,  April, A. D., 1902.^ ;  B. c,   this 15lh day  of  JO8EPH BEST,  Co-OWnor.  The Cleveland and British Columbia  . ; ' MlnlnfirfCompaiiy, Limited.  ,      3STOTIOE  ,  NOTICE In hereby given that the head offices  of  Tha Cleveland and British Col-  umbla.Mlnlha: Company, Llmltod, have  - been* moved from Kosslaud to Itcvelstokc. B.C.  .   -. ':.**. j-i-rt-y 3 ���������;:-.=;''     .', '��������� *.*��������� Jiprll 18-im  FARWELL ESTATEr  The choice  land, north  of  track, .  . between Tapping'! and Long's, will  be subdivided for sale as  soon as  possible.  ^kM. SPROAT,   VICTORIA,   tt C.  -     P. O.Bor, 425.  TSTOTICB.-  TAKE N'QTICE that sixty days after date  intend to apply to the Chief '-ommissiono  of  Lands and Works for Permission  10 p  escribed as follows:  _ _..v w.,w. ��������� UIJ1II1ISS1  ���������    orks for permission "to pur  chase a.parcol of land desor,i.������.i ��������� .--..  -  .������ {.unii 01  commeneeinent  This fraction of land commences North, of li.  F. 1'errj's pre-emption following McKenzie's  North-West Line, contaluins about SO acres,  more or less.  ALICE PKRIIY.  Dee 4-1 m  Coldfields, Nov. 27.1  mm^ihmm  Certificate of Improvements.  .-3STOTIOE.  Red Fox iind I'.idne Minernl Claims, situate  In Ihe I. Hnli'iui MinliiK Division of .West Koolenny District. -Where loeutcd : On .Menhenick  Creek near Klsh Itiver.'  T-KE NOTICK that I'. F. C Green,- acliiijr as  agent for AnansMcKnv. Free Miner's Certificate No. B .1-JOOj.' Intend, sixty days froni the  date liereof.'io.npply7 to,the-Mining 1'ecorder  for Certificates of Improvement***, for, the' purpose of obtaining Crown Grant!. of .the above  elaims.  And further take notice lhat action, under  section' 37, must be commenced    before  the  issuance of sucii Certificates of Improvements,  Dated this first day of March, 1SU2, A.I).  v F.C. GREEN.  per F. S. C,  Nelson, B.C. '  Commencing ,*it..*i post |il.*niti*(l on  tluu east- bank of (ho Canoe Kivui,  ahout four miles up. from its mouth  and marked "C. St. Skene's Nortli*  Wti.st (Jorn'cr Post;'' tlienco mmt 81)  uliaitis: thence south SO cliains; Ihence  west SO chains; tlienei* nortli SO chit in  to tlit* point of comuicncfiiH'iil.  . C. ll. SKENE,  Duted this 1st duy of May, 1IK12.  Sealed Tenders.  SEALED TKNDEKS addressed  to the under-  .siKiicd will be rcceIved_iintiLtliei|.-ith-day  ���������of-Mayf lflliarBt'lI! O'clock, noon, ,for- the erection ami com'-'lction of nn Od.ifdllons' Hall at  Trout Liike.I). C   * ��������� " ���������  ' Plans and specif!cat!on������ enn' be seen at the  I Windsor Hotel, Trout Lakejfrniitlielst to tne  futhday of-May.     , , _ -    *  . Hire lowest .or  any   lender; not-necessarily  -neeepted.  J..H. CURRIE, Secretary.  Trout Lftico, fl. C.,'April'l8th. 1902.  TENDERS FOR  SIDEWALK  CONSTRUCTION  Sh.n!2 TK-NDKRS ���������"JJ-neV.ioU   ,0 ,!���������'  smoothing ��������� the  Dame Fortune,  they 8*0 back home very much down-|  hearted. Why? Well, perhaps th������  7story7 as told tiy a European7correspondent   is worth repeating-.  At the moment when the nws of her  son  Archduke  Rudolph's ; tragic death  was -brought7 to' her,' the' Empreaa  of  Austria was wearing a-necklace of his  pearls whicliiwaS: almost prlceieas.   Ax  night   her  chamberwornan psaw   with  dismay   that   the   lustrous  pearls  had  , become-.'dull: and opaque ;-��������� ahe ventured  to hint as much to her, august mist re**,  who, however, only j-hrugged her shoulders with a weary gesture, arid would  not listen.   A;few weeks later'-the Empress asked,for, her pearls, hut "on opening the case she uttered a 7cry of _������ur-   ���������  prise.    There were'her beautiful dew-  drops .resting'on the *white satin lining,  which now looked "brilliant &nd lovely,  .-.ompared   with   thei dull   and   greyish  pearls.   "This Is not' my neckhice!" ahe  said angrily.. But- she soon knew that,  like true old friends, her beloved pearl*  had gone into mourning with.their mistress. ^   She called  to her  aid   all  tbe  jewelers of the world to try and brine  backi the splendid "Orient," which had*  made her pearls marvelous to look at.j  But   In*'valn.    At   lust  a   professor   ot'  chemistry _at__the_ Vlenna__-_Unlversiiy-<���������  told'tlieTSrfTpress that'the only remedy,  for. the pearls -was to dip them Into tha'  sea ,and, leave.; them  there.-.as* Jong aa  I possible.   So one d-v, accompanied only,  by an old monk, shi. rowed into a cer-j  .tain  little  bay round the island,  and,I  with; his  aid,   hid. the  necklace   In   ai  little  cranny.in   the   rocks   below   the/  waves,'a-nd swore him to secrecy  the; matter.  The secret, alas,  overj  to cutand carry away timber from the folloiv-  '**" *' -" - *  - Commencing ,nt,ji 1*05  Inn described  laiuls**-  at the south-east  pre-emption.  corner of lti������j.or I*. Perry'**  , .marked    '"_?oiitheiL-.t  corner  ol  timber limit applied for by K. J. lioMsmlth  tlicnce west 40 chains; thence nor  tticni'p on.r Jn ,.v...i--   thence cast 40 chali  rtlilW chains;  Mm?ffo^ef5������g������������������nccment; coculnhK  Thom.on*, Landing, OetotarISthfm"'  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS  Notice.  y       *  . NOTICE: IS' HEREHV.* GIVEN that  thirty days, after dale I intend lo apply to  the honorable the Chief..Commissioner cl  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away tiinber fn  lowing- described lands :  Commencing- at a  post planted   on  east bank of thu Canoe River,   aboul  miles up   from   its   mouth,   and  "Olivia   Robinson's   North-East  Post";   thence   west   So   cliains;    thence,  south 80 chains; thence   east  80  chains;  thence north  80   chains   to the point   of  commencement. ���������  OLIVIA ROBINSON.  'Dated''this" 1 st day of May, 1902.  iroTiOE.   e seen at my  No tender n.v-oss.-u-ilv accepted.  ���������*-'��������� E. SHAW.  Kcel.s.oke .May ,3.|lt tgo,?'"*'Ch'rk-  .  , -was too Well kept, j  for on hearing the news of his auguatj  mistress's,,tragic   death,; Father  Am-,  brosda",fell' dead  In' the cloister as he*   ���������  was' going   to   early   maRs:   and   now.  both   the   Empress   and  her  are burled, the. ono. In  confidant j  a.damp  vault;!  and the other under the rose bushes at  n    while  the  precious  neckhice  Corfu,  resting  somewhere" among    the  nvinV'i8   IOCatIon   "known"o  living being.  la  sea-  any  rom   the  foi  the  four  marked  Corner  I, tlio undersigned, intend  30 days  after datu to apply to tlie Chief Com*  missioner..of Ix-ind.sand Wot-k?,  for a  special licence to cut and carry away  timber*from  tlie fpllowint? described  lands:       Commenc-inf*-     at     a    post  planled   on   the   west   side   of   the  Columbia     Rivet*    one    inile   below  Boyd s llanch, and marked A. Edgar's  south east corner post, thence running  Mem. .or me  pt>rpo-e of obTalnhig"cro������n   >"   .   * .    westerly    ^direction        -10  Grant.** of the above i-lalma. chains tbence north 100 chains  thence  AND FURTHER TAKE XOTICE that action   east 10 chains toC'olumbialiiver thence  under S������*tlon 37, must be commenced   before 1 ,.tnn������ n~t..~ ���������-���������-   "���������    e Creek.  TAKE NOTICK   that   T.   Geo    S     Vrrarler  s������r ?&.-Se*s������;1. sr irjj- S5hMlr  ���������Rn f^ci;recSk^rc 4���������*- "���������������*������  ilinlii^Recorder8tor cVruirB.'"^  l������  l"������  Wright Porritt  Is to: be found at his Photographic .'Studio in the  Tapping Block daily dur-  ii'K office hours.  i  "Hello" Before Prayero.  ' A nervous looking girl consulted a  doctor,who asked her what ahe waa  suffering from. Her answer���������.'waa aa  follows: "I'm a telephone girl, doctor,  and the work Is & terrible strain on my  nerves. The monotony of having a receiver constantly at my ears, and sajr-  lng 'Hello!' tells upon my nerves. "When  off. duty..,...* I";��������� am alwaya" having  'Hello!' ringing In my ears, and I am  constantly saying It. When I go to  bed, I wake up from sleep saying 'Hello!' And'even When I kneel down to  say my prayers I instinctively say 'Hello!' before I'coDimence them."  reb"|.������thli 10lh<J������J*oI February. A.D. 1902.  -      Q������o. ���������. MeCarter.  k  along Columbia River , 1(10  chains   to  place of commencement.  Dated this 14th day of May, 1G02.  A. Edgar.  Wright Porritt  Revelstoke, B. fj.  4  E. MOSCROP ...  Sanitary Plumbing:, Hot  Water  And Steam Heating, Gas  Fittin -  Seconds*., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Marriage Not a/Failure.  Old Friend-Was Lyoiir . daughter-*  marriage a success? Hoste-ss-St\ 1  grent success.    She's traveling In Eu*  Rest  Oh thought of infinite pity��������� ���������  To sleep an aeon or two,  With never a care or sorrow.  And with never aught <o do  But to rest, lo rest, forgetting  We ever have sobbed or cried;  Forgebtnig that those* who love o*  AK9.  ���������GRACE HIBB.  A Practical View.  _ *   , __������--  Struggling pastor ��������� The collectlona  fcavc fallen oft terrltily. Practical wltt.  ���������-It's that new vestryman Who tm0ftm  the plate; he never watches ir������at~������*0*.  |>le put lp_���������"St&JijU*- "g-umjft*   T^Y  I  i  i ��������� We have tlieni in all  the new designs for the  year. Sec our samples  if you are going to  paper.  Canada Drug 8l Book Co  NOTES OF NEWS  It t3l1 TEH II  IS"**-**-  wwmm  HS"-*-  Wften Spring ' *"5ts are Desired  a.mi Eesnomy Id Advisable.  <**_>���������  (__S������*���������  ������������-  tf**���������  ���������Fresh butter al A. N. Smith's.  ���������Fresh G rocerics at A.  N. Smith's.  ���������T. Webster returned on Wednesday  from Winnipeg.  Next Saturday is Victoiia day nnd a  public holiday.  lid. Paget left this morning to spend  n Tew days at Calgary.  ���������CAWPUNTERS   WANT'"*!)-Apply  to .1. Kcniiightiii.  .Mr. and Mrs. Diilislieim returned  Wednesday evening from Rossland.  Stun Sutherland of Ferguson was in  tlie city Thursday on business.  Hon. T. Mayne Daly passed thrnup.li  the city today on his way to Rossland.  R. XV. Hatmore ol* the C. P. R. ollices  has taken a position with Taylor and  George.  Ti. Boyd came in last night from  Sandon to attend the funeral of his  brother .1. 11. Boyd.  Ur. and Mis. Carrntheis lt-a\e  loniglit for Sicamous wheie thev will  spend a few days.  Mrs. Matthews came in this morning  nn No. 2 on a visit to her daughter  Mrs. II. Brundrette.  Tha funeral ol the late J. D. Boyd  lakes place this afternoon at 2:30  o'clock I'roni the Masonic lodge room.  Wanted.���������A dining room gitl for  Hotel FergiiMin. Ferguson, 13. C,  Apply to A..T. McDonell, Hotel Revelstoke.  An advertisement for XV. "Mollison.  the blacksmith and wagonmaker, will  appear iu the next issue of the  IIeraj.i:**.  ��������� Owing to the washouts on the Crow's  Nest Pass all passengers from the east-  en route to -the lower country are  coming this way.  Thos. Gildoy, grand master of the  Orange Association, passed tlirough  this inoriiing on No. 2 fiom the Coast,  en route to his home.  Wanted.���������Situation by a woman as  rook in a mining: camp or hotel.  Mining ctimp preferred. References  furnished. For further information  apply at this office.  The sale of work by the ladies of the  Catholic church has been postponed  until some time in .luly, when il will  be in" the nature of an ice cream and  stiawberry festival.  Chas. Richards came down on  Wednesday from the Blue Jay on  Smith Creek. Mr. Richards is sniTel ing  from blcod poison in his left hand tu.d  is here for medical treatment.  ��������� Rev. S. ,T. Thompson returned this  morning*-from the Methodist Conference at Vancouver and went south lo  Kaslo. Air. Thompson has been transferred to Cranbrook, B. C. by the  Conference.  The ladies' auxiliary of tin* hospital  are contemplating getting up a  Kiime������s some time in July. This is  a unique kind of entertainment.  Tliere will be booths representing all  nations and ;i miscellaneous program  consisting of characteristic drills,  tableauxs, etc.  J.B. Hendeison, arcbitecl, of Ginnd  Forks was in the city in consultation  ...-With tha school trustees in reference  to the erection of the new sclTTiol*  building. While here Mr. Henderson  submitted   a   rough    sketch   and   the  "NAME  ON   EVCflY   PIECE."  Chocolates _  ' We have lately im potted ^-'*^~  1 the   choicest  variolic.'*; of Qi  I the above   in   bulk,    t i 1 @  \ are selling at (������������  Z5(. per II. I  approximate cost for the building. Mr.  Henderson was the architect that  built thc Grand Forks scliool and the  building was highly approved by the  educational depart ment.  Death of Mrs. Moran.  The many friends of Mrs. Sophia  Moran who has resided here for tin*  pn������t *-ix years, will regret to learn of  h������'i deini.-e. The remains were taken  to Victoria on Sunday for interment.  Mi-s. Moritn'i. surviving children arc  Aliis Sophia Moran and Mr. P.-ic-r  Mnrari of Vancouver ; Mrs. D. G. Cox.  ���������1 Gordon street. Victoria; Mrs. I\*.������sry  uiui Mr. Frank Moran of Calgaiy : Mr.  1'iliick Mnr.in of Kevclntnki: : Mr*-.  K'luiihuigh of New York, ami .Mr.  Thomas Moran of Liverpool. ���������V.n.-  couver Piovince.  The Press Praise It.  The American Press  have   lin-n   nn-  ' nninioiis   in    llieir   praise   fm*   (���������_ l.vii*  (Diving**   ' Tow ne'.-*   treat   New     Ym-U  success " Too Rich To Many."  Curious Bits of News.  Mr. and Mrs. John "Williams of Danville, Kentucky, lately celebrated their  golden wedding, and one of the Sifts  they icceived wa.s a handsome tombstone with their names eiwaved upon  It. This wus .from J. TH. Wright, a local  monument dealer, and, strange to say,  the old couple were delighted with the  unique gift.  The authorities of Uie city of Ttoucn,  the home of tlio famous cathedral, are  considering a plan to utiiiae the street  trolley wires for the extinguishment ol  tires. The scheme is to place electrically driven pumps at suitable points  along the electric tramway system  which covers the city, and then, in cane  of fire, to switcih on the current from  the trolley wires to drive the pumps.  A quantity of jewels and trinkets  which had played important parts ln  murders and other crimes were sold at  auction toy the police authorities of  Paris Lhe other day. Most of the articles brought prices far above their intrinsic value, their worth being enhanced In the eyes ot the morbid because of the grewsome associations  connected with them. Those which  were bloodstained were in great demand.  The Hong Kong "Daily "Press" says  that the Tartar General ot Canton having been troubled by an evil influence in  Ills yamen, which in one month caused  the death of liis wile ancl dany'iter, as  weli as of a former Tartar general, a  fung shui professor was finally called  In. He looked over the city, and decided the evil inlluence was the roof of  the library of the Government school  for foreign languages. The roof, which  was a peaked one. was at once removed, and Is now being replaced by a  flat ono.  Mr. Charles Fiohman. at the commencement of Ivubelik the violinist's  American lour, insured the lauer's  right hand against injury tor $10,000. ll  might be .supposed that the chance of  a musician getting his hand hurt \v.u  remote. Yet when Raffaol JosefCy first  came to Chickering Hall and made a  sensation a felon on his thumb interrupted his engagement. Josef Ilof-  mann fell from his bicycle and hurt his  hand under similar circumstances. Oie  Bull, Wlenawski and Paderewski were  also subjected to accidents that interfered with their tours.  A lively debate has taken place i"  the Senate of the Australian confederation, as a result of a statement of  Senator So.rgood's that he had seen  women ploughing in South Australia.  A gentleman from that State doubted  the assertion and hotly resented it.  but lt was backed up by another senator. Pearce. A" writer In the Sydney  "Bulletin" adds that he has often seen  women ploughing in South Australia.  "The last occasion was near Mount  Gambler. The plough-lady was wearing "Wellington boots, and her husband  a fat German gentleman, sat on a fence  near by, complacently smoking."  The people of Galveston, Texas, s.r-.  -perfectlng-r.lar.3-to-protec*^-theip^elV-_i=_  from another Invasion oi the sea, such  as the one -which devastated their city  over a year ago. These plans provide  for a sea-wall, to be built on the beech,  and to extend the whole length of th***  city limits; and for raising the grade  ot the entire city. It Is a mammoth  undertaking, which will cost the already impoverished city millions, and  Involve considerable additional outlay  by each property-owner. The city Is to  fill ln, wlth-snnd pumped from the Gulf,  an area ot ground cn the Gulf side ot  the city, four miles long and one mile  wide, to an elevation of ten feet. The  city will also raise all tlK- streets and  alley*.  <���������������*--������������������  6>-  ������5*. -  -3������-  Los Angeles. Oal,, Timps snys: Iiest  company.   Best play of the Benson.  EI-Paso Herald savs;1 A laughing  hit.    Come again, we like yon.  " Too Rich To Marry" comes here  Friday. .June Oth.  Ste .:. ...   '    ...  ���������3>~  *���������*���������-  9���������  ���������SC���������  ^p>������ ���������  ������*-  ���������Bo-  iS*****-  3!���������  Wc can always give you an even  exchange���������  VALUE FOR CASH.  Dress Goods  Everything* thc   Ladies require in  Dress  Goods  and thc well known " Empress Shoe," with wide  and narrow toe.  gTT.'.'i-.nr.,' I..' .--f-m ���������'���������'Mv.ii  5s' Um  -o  5_3>  3>*���������  !55���������  *2>*-  /3>���������  ���������33***���������  You can't beat them and you can't wear them out  before you have had your money's worth.  cw.-^garw' -xiv.. j-t.u-1*. i '  GENT'S FURM5SK8NGS AMD HOUSE FURNISHINGS  COMPLETE EH EVEKY DETAIL.  OS"*���������  /  Si!  a****-  MACKENZiE AVENUE.  Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To  F^4MM4WMiaMWM-ia-iWi^M^  WE HAVE JUST  REMOVED INTO "OUR  NEW QUARTERS  ON   MACKENZIE' AVENUE  CLEARANCE  FUUMTUltiC GOODS nuisflie sold  nt cost iii order in make room fur  niitithiM* large ranil' Fin-nil inc. which  will lie. here shortly, rail ami see if  we can't ni-i-si* ge In supply yen. Now  is your'opportunity lu furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE   FURNITURE  X HAVE IT I.  The Impost stock of the latest "WATCHES,  CLOCKS,, KINGS, SILVER AV ARID, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  "My many year**.' experience enables me to buy  goods .'it the rigliL prices, enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable prices..  ��������� -1      CT." G-TJ-2"   BABBBB.  .   . WATCH KEPAlltlXG   A  SPECIALTY.  ,������)^)'(^(^)^)^)^>t|_i)^'������^'^'������ (?p(^)^(^)^!^^)^^(i5p.(^)  ;eas BLSiate  T-.T11T ������ ������T/-'T A T     I Ciuuula Permanent * western  rl   lANI   SAS-";        Cnnailn MortKiino Corporation.  ���������**��������� **-.'���������'���������������������������������> ���������-'i-i**L-'   (Kquitiiljle Vnvliigs Loan and Uuildhig Association  j^G-sijStrvs jtoe,  /BS.-   O. P. R. TOWNSITK,  (SEP-    MA IIA  TOWNSITK.  ������85r-    i_l.H-.HAHn TOWNSITE.  SJ&r-    CJAMHOllNE TOWNSITE,  Caiiiula Pcrinauent A Western  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Pubii-.  i;i*:vi:i.sT0ic*3. n. c.  Imperial I-irc.      Culcdoiiian Fire.   Atlas Firo.  OaiiiKliaii Kire.   Mercantile Kire.    Northern Kire.  - Gua"iiian_Kire.   Manchester Kire.   Great West I-i fe.  ' Ocean, Accident and Guarantee.   Confederation Life  .Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  as.  AN EXTRAORDINARY ENGAGEMENT.  ii  THE  LAUGHING COMEDY  SENSATION  TOO RICH TO MARRY "  STATION ������RY  FOR LETTER URITcRS.  The use of artistic Note papci  and Envelopes is evidence oi  #ood taslc.  Our slock consists of a large  assortment in  LETTER PADS  NOTE PAPER  BOXED  PAPETRIES.  Envelopes���������all sizes.  Phm.B.  W. BEWS,  Druggist an'l^Stfttloiicr.  Urou'ii Bloek. Tcloiilionc-18.  <!_������  iW>  Is steadily growing-���������-in' fact  our Business this-'Seasori is   "'-*  more than double.  Wc undoubtedly turn out the  'most Styiish and Best fitting  Costumes ever s"ecn' 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 CLA88 TAILOR.'   -  Manning: Block,        McKenzie Ave.  Real Estate Bargains  Good liusiricnce &  Store l^niltli  Tonus���������$200ciisli;.  ltjilance   on  Easy  Toi'ins.  A Roaring, Rollicking, Screaming Comedy  WITH AN INTEIIKSTIM*  PLOT.  TTIP-TO-IX^'X'B"  SPBCIALTIBS.  Prices��������� GOc. and 7Be.  Scats on S.-ilc at C.'iii.iJ.i Dmi; & Book Co,  8-It.ioinod K o si-  cl e n c o , "with nil  inotlui'ii inii)i'ovi_-  iiuiiits. A vory (li'siriiblc pi'O))-  orly. .T.iriiis can bo nvriingcrl  witli suitable party.  C Roomed House,  with bathroom,'etc..  Kiinil   cellar.     \V ell ���������  sitir.itt.'cl   for * a  C. J?._H.   man..  ISiisy Tci'ins.  Plastei-erV /House  with stone foundation.-Good garden  fiOxlOO foot���������.well located.   This  is a special bargain. ..  n 111 ^11 ���������7 i large roome  vlVJU and Bath Room,  liloctric Lighting,- garderi.SOxlOO  loot',. A comfortable' home,  selling tita great sacrifice..  6CAA' 80 acre Farm, about  ipOUU S.milesfroni Salmon  . ..  Arm Station.     Best  of soil, good I imbet for domestic  uses and good roads. Terms to  thc right party.  A Number of Other Real Estate Bargains.  Call and Inspect Our List.  Revelstoke Smelter; Townsite  Fine Residential and Business Lots in all parts ofthe  City on easy terms of payment. A limited number, of Fiye-  Acre Garden Plots within five minutes' walk from the  centre of City, are now ready for sale. Easy terms of payment. ...  LEWIS     BROQ     Rcal Estate Brokers.  ���������������"fiWWi*������l   ������"VOi   Financial and Imuraneo Amenta

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