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 V  as.  . f  y'l"*"?  O  f'  And  Vol    V.   No    137  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY,   MAY SI, 1902  $2 OO a  Year in Advance  1  O  u  R  S  P  E  C  I  A  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, ourbusi-"  ness 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. G.&R.  Shirts  -'*..,'.**'  These Shirts are recog-  -nized   to-be   superior to   --any made-in  Canada for  ."-*-���������*. Styles and.: Durability.  i '" "We'havethemin all the  a *     La'test/Patterns.     ���������'";-  Neck-Ties ^  ,,;The celebratedCurrieTie  ���������The  Spring -Patterns,  in these Goods" have'just'  *v-"/.."been   received;   and   for  1- .',.   Beauty-and .Taste,, excel  *_ r.-.*v,w-anything^-vyet ..produced-  Z': ;;,"by,this Renowned '.Firm  ""'"of Tie Makers'.'  I  Hats! Caps!  y * ��������� ',-���������* The wbr 1 d-r e h o wned  Christie and Fedora Hats  "A   consignment  in   the  Latest* Styles*  has': just  S'ri~- - -been opened up.    ,...,,,  ?������r'ZM.-i.vi;-i\ l&^-l-r., _\  :For Spring and Summer..  A'weli selected consign-'  ment of Imported Scotch  and English fine, woolen  Balbriggan and Fleece-  - Li'ned-L)ndenvearjust to  ..hand.* ���������*,-.-.���������_--.. *-.   .  *..-**;  i  Ladies', and Cent's ^Hosiery in .Silk, Cashmere,  and Wool. A complete  stock of the Latest Patterns and Best Quality.  Hardware  - -)-,". \ -**'}��������� - *  . A' carload" of Assorted  Hardware just opening  up.  Liberal Government Sustained  by Very Slim Majority���������The  Conservatives Gain Many  Seats.  Tokonto, May 30.���������With ret'irns  from nix constituencies somewhat  incomplete, and one constituency,  Maniloiilin, not heatd from at all. the  Rosa government has heen apparently  sustained liy n majority of one or two.  Ihe Toronto GIoIih'h summary of the  elections is: Liberals, ol; Conservatives  10, with Manitniilm tn hear from:  while the Toronto Mail ar.d Hmpire'b  summary is: Liberals. 50; Conservative*,, 47, with Manitnuliu to hear from.  In the last* House, with 01 members,  the Conservatives had only 41, and  Liberal.- (one Independent), 53. Theie  have heen added four new constituencies, and now the Coin-.ervat.iv.es have  in any case materially reduced the  government majority.  Piominent Liberals defeated are  lihernl whip McICuon of Norlh ISsitex;  Carpenter in North Noi folk, and Or.  McKay of South Oxford. The icmiIi  in South Oxford was a surprise to the  liberals, it. heing the first time since  confederation lhat it has elected a  conservative. No leading conservatives  were defeated. Among lhe new llgurcs  who will he seen in t.he house are two  former conservative member.***. Or.  Wtlloughby, of E ist Northumberland,  and St. John of West York. Mayoi  llendrie, of Hamilton, will doubtless  take a prominent place among the  opposition.  Addington, Reid con.  Algoma.-Brodie lib.  119 inaj.  Hriint, N.. Burt lib.  Brant, S., Preston lib. 200 maj.  -.   Brockville. Graham lib. 130 maj.  "-���������Bruce, O., Stuart lib. 213 maj.  Bruce, N., Bowman lib.  .Bruce, S.. Truax lib.  Cardwell, Utile con. 384 maj.  C nleton, Kidd con. 284 m.-rj.  Du'fferin, Ban* con. GOO maj.  Dundas, Whitney, con.  ���������Durham, IS.  Durhatii, W., Rick.-trd lib. 30 maj.  liberal gain.  Elgin, 13.. Grower con.  Elgin, W., Macdiaririid con.  Essex.   N.,   Reauine   con.   Sli)   maj.  conservative gain.  "   E-sex, S.. Auld lib. 400 maj.  Foi t William and Lake of the Woods  Caiueron'Iib.'new constituency.  .   Frontenac, Gallagher con. 100 maj   -  . Glengarry.  '  Grerville. Joint con. SC3 maj.  . Grey, C. Lucas con. acclamation.  Grev, N., Boyd con. S maj. *���������   -  _   Grey. S.'.JJi. .ramitson con. " _-���������  Haldinm'id, Holmes lib". 152 maj.'  Hal ton. Dr. Nixon con. -  .   Hamilton, E . Caiscallen con.  .'Hamilton, W., llendrie. cnn.  Hasting!**, EL, Bisselt lib. 100 maj.  ' Hastings, X.. Pears con. 300 inaj.1'  Hasting-**. W.. MorriMin con.  Huron. is., Ilyslop lib. 500 maj.  ' Huron, S'. Eilber con. 73 maj.  Huron,  W.,    Mitchell   conservative  gain.  -.Kent, E., Lee lib. 250 maj.  * Kent, \V.. Pardo lib. 150 maj.  Kingston.JRense lib.  Lambton, E., Petty piece lib.  Lamhlon. XX'.,  Hsiuna con. 100 maj,  conservative gain.  Lanark, N., Caldwell lib. 130 maj.  ' :Lahark, S.; Mattcwson cons. .  Leeds, Beattle. cons. 237 maj.  Lennox, Madole lib. 02 maj.  : Lincoln.  London, Beck cons.   01   inaj.   cons.  gain.  - Manitouhn.  Middlesex. E., Dr. Rutledge lib., lib.  gain.  ��������� Middlesex, N , Stewart cons.  Middlesex, W., Ross lib.  - Monck, Uatcourt lib.  . Muskoka, Bridgeland lib.  Nipissing, E., D. D Smith cons. 10S  maj., Cons. gain.  Nipissing, W.,-Midland lib. Sew  constituet.cy."  ySort ol b,_*>J. ,_S nyder _cons.__100_m n j.,  cons. gain. *  ��������� Norfolk, S., Charlton lib., 40 maj.  So thumberland,    E.,    Willoughhy  cons. 200 inaj., cons gain.  Northumberland, W., Clark lib. 200  maj.     '  Ontario, N., Hoyle cons, 300 maj.  Ontario, S., Hon. "John Drydcii lib.  040 maj.  Ottawa, Powell cons. 750 innj, and  Murphy cons. 50.   Ono cons. gam.  * Oxford, N.  Oxford, S., Sutherland cons. ld-iu->j.  cons. gain.  Parry Sound, Carr lib.  Peel, Smith lib. 115 inaj.  Perth, N.,   Monteith   cons.   2   inaj.  cons. gain.  .* Perth. S., Monteith cons. 27 maj.  Peterboro, E., Andcison lib.  Peterboro, ;W., Stratum lib. 801  inaj;  Port Arthur and R R , Commca lib.  Prescott, Evantinel lib. 1 000 maj.  Prince Edward, Currie lib. maj. 170  liberal gain.  Renfrew, N., Munroc lib.  Renfrew. S., Latchfordlib. 1.000maj  Russell, Ginbond lib. 300 maj-  ��������� Sault Ste Marie,  Miscaiiiphell cons.  New constituency.  .Simcoe, O,. Davidson lib. Liberal  gain.  Simcoe, E., Tudhope lib. 250 maj.  Simcoe, XV., Duff cons. 578 maj.  Stormont, McCarthy lib.  Toronto, E., Pyne cons, over 1,0X1  maj.  Toronto, N., Nesbitt cons. 250 maj  ��������� Toronto, S.,   Foy   cons,   over   1,000  maj.  Toronto, W., Crawford cons, elected  by 1,500.  Victoria, E , Carnegie consl 200 maj.  Victoria, W.  Waterloo, N.. Lackner cons.lOOmaj.  cons gain.  Waterloo. S.,  Kribba cons. 150 maj.  Welland, Gross lib. 137 maj.  Wellington, E., Gibson lib. large  niai.  Wellington, S., Downev cons. Cons,  gain.  Wellington, XV., Tucker cutis. 70  maj.  Weutworth, S., Dickinson lib.  Weutworth, N., Wudi-11 cons. 30  maj.  York, E., Richardson lib.  York, N., Davis lib. 184 maj.  York, W., St. John cons. 541 maj.  Cons gain. ,  Lacrosse Club.  A meeting of those interested in the  formation of a lacrosse club was held  in the Revelstoke Hotel on Saturday  lust and the following ofllcers weie  elected : Hon. Pres., T. Kilpatrick  President, A. E. Kincaid; Vice-Pres..  A. J. Macdonell ; Sec. Treas., J. M.  Doyle; Executive Committee. Dr.  Coghl-in, T. XV. Brad.-diaw, A. .1.  Macdonell, D. G. McKenzie and T. E.  L. Taylor. A supply of sticks and'  balls have been ordered mid are  expected to arrive soon. Monday,  Wednesday and Friday have been  selected ab practice nights and the  executive would like lo see a l.nge  turn out of those interest ad in lhe  national game. The club is receiving  much encouvagemeiit in Ihe sale of  membership tickets, and everything  points to its success. Tickets can bo  secured from members of the executive,  The club has a number ot good players  uud expects to be able to hold its own  with any of the interior teams.  Rafts Across the Rockies.  "Yes. horses were swimming down  lhe road allowance at Medicine Hat."  The speaker was a new arrival on the  east hound train and the scene LhcC.  P. R. station. He had heen discussing  the floods Hi ro ugh the ranching cotiti-  tiy and afier detailing the mishap* to  the bridges of the western land went  oti to toil tall stories of the floods and  sweeping waters. At Ihe same time  lie claimed with all the emphasis at  hi**, comm-ind that the swimming  hoisus really were there. "There  was a whole band of them." he said,  "and we could only just see their heads  and a lili.le bit of their backs."  Farther west again he reported  farmers wrie kicking idle heels al.  home, or iu neighboring hotels praying  Ihe powers of light and darkness in  stay-lhe deluge anil-let them get back  to the land. ISo far not' more, than  33 1 3 per cent of the ci op ������ liieh was  lo have been "was in and at. present it  looked as if lillle more could be sown.  "Talk about a dry country," ' he  concluded with a shiver, "'why it has  rained continuously for ten days and.  nights and men aie talking nf" rafting  over the.Rockies l.efoii* the suinmei's  out.���������Winnipeg Telegram.   . The Hit of Two' Continents/*  lid win Owens" Town-, has given  many laughingcrealions to the public,  but? noiliing- bb-satisn-.-cton-'-as "Too  Rich,-* to;-Mai ry,".-which comes _to  Tappings opera house, Friday, June (5.  It was the Hit of the Season when'  piesented at the Durby Lane Theater.  London, and met with overflowing  success financiallv, as weUa.sariistieal,  ly: when produced in New York city*  The Press christened it Tho Hit* oi Two  Continents. ...  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  Recenlly. it is reported, an auditor's  train checking was marled on a  passenger train in the We.it, when '21  passengers in lhe Iirsi-class car refused  lo show lheir transportation lo anyone  other than the conduclor.  General Superintendent. Leonard, of  tho C. P. R., lias instructed llie heads  of all departnieiils thai monthly men  not being paid ovei lime will be given  two full weeks holidays this year and  will receive full piiy for tlie samo.  This will be received with great  satisfaction by C. P. R. employees  especially as it comes voluntarily from  the management.  Tliere i.s now in session at M.-.ntrcal  an arbitration board, composed of  Chancellor Boyd. Mr. Gnlelius, representing the C. P. R., and Mr. J. A.  Wilson, representing lhe trackmen,  rons'dering the demands of the men  for increased wages. The trackmen  ask for what amounts to an increase  ol 33 per cent all over the system,  entailing an additional outlay on  wages account on the part of theC. P.  R. of about .$2,000 a day."  Free Press:���������Now the conductors  are talking of making trouble-fur the  C. P. R. Tliey held a big meeting on  Sunday afternoon, the proceedings of  which were kept strictly private, but.  it" is known that the subject under  discussion was as lo whether the  dismassal of one of the conductors  would be allowed. Mr. Joseph F.ihey,  one of the best'known conductors on  the,'road, and, in fact, in Manitoba,  was asked to tender bis resignation to  the company, lt is understood that  the reason for this is that Conductor  Fahey wiote a certain letter containing  objectionable assertions regarding the  auditing system. of the* company.  Whllt action will he taken in the case  is not yet made public, but developments may be looked for tuday.  Tlie- fastest run ever made bv a  railroad' train for the distance was  thai, accomplished.last month on lhe  Burlington & Missouri River Railroad,  between the two stations of Eckley  and Wray. Colo. The two towns are  14.S miles apart, and tlie run was made  iu an even nine minutes, whicli works  out at the rate of OS.fHt miles per hour.  Tliu train w.ia made up nf a mad car,  b-iggage- car, two chair cars, three  1 'oping cars, a dining car, and a  private car or nine1 cars.in all. ..It was  drawn by a ten ,wheel, engine with  lOiiich hy 20inch cylinders, and 72inch  'drivers {-the lhie is"oii': a down'gt-ad*.*  with a maximum of 32-feet to the mile.  The tuning of the train was done in  the observation car by five watches,  one of which was held liy the  conductor, and the record is considered  tobe so.'tccurnteand well authenticated  that, it has received - the - oliicial  confirmation or the Chicago, Burlington and Quiucy Railroad.  Coronation Celebration.  The sports committee for the  coronation celebration met yeslerday  afternoon and drafted the following  programme :  l.'IUST HAY,  JUNK 20TII.  0 to 11 a.  tn.���������Shooting competition.  11 a. in.���������Football,   Vernon   jr.   v>,.  Golden jr. ,-  1 p. in.���������Football, Kamloops "sr. vs.  Revelstoke sr.  3 p. in.���������Baseball, Enderby  vs.  Revelstoke, for silver medals.  7 p. m. ���������Horse and Bicycle races.  SliCONU  DAY,  JUNK 27TII.  I) to 11.-Shooting.  11 a. in.���������Junior football linals.  1   p.   m.���������Lacrosse,   Revelstoke   vs.  IC.'imlonps.  2:30 p. in.���������Cricket, Vernon vs.  Revelaloke.  TIip Enterprise Brewing Co. nre  civin_r n challenge cup in the cricket  competition.  Th*? prizes in the other events will  bo as follows: Football, $50; L-icrnsse,  $05: Athletic sporls. $150; Horse  racing. $100.  Maintaining The   Law.  Tn connection with the strained  relation* between the police and the  community of miners at Fernie,  emphasized by the expulsion of  Constable Stevenson on Suuday  evening. it became known- that yet  another offcer. Constab'e Henderson,  had been advised that be was undesirable, and he quietly took his  departure from town. Since then  Chief Bullock-Webster, with numerous special aud regular police, have  been reorganizing an effective police  daparcment, to see;.that the authority  of the law is strictly maintained  during the present crisis, while a  meeting ot the board of trade is being  called to make a proposal to the  attorney general for authority" to  make selection here of - permanent  officers. ; Stevenson, the exiled officer,  has had exciting travels since the  miner's committee escorted bim out  of town on Sunday evening. They  left him.-five-miles on-the road, to  Michel with orders not to look back  to Fernie. At Michel the news of his  coarse insult to the dead and to the  harrowed feelings of the coinmunity  had proccded his arrival, and when he  came in the miners there were ready  and with ominous lack of noise ho was  hustled to tho town borders, and as at  Fernie given a start yet eastward. At  Blairmore again he ��������� was ��������� roughly  handled, and.at Frank, the last coal'  mining town along his eastward loute  a similar reception is awaiting him. *;  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  Latest returns from the Ontario  elections give 51 Liberals and 47  Conservatives elected.  8S.500 immigrant!:, composed.largely  of lhe lowest class of Europeans have  arrived in New York this month,  breaking the record.  Decoration Day is being observed iu  the United States today.  King Edward's birthday was celebrated today in England, It falls on  November 0th and will he celebrated  on that day at colonial stations.  Many of the engineers and pumpmen  employed in the Anthracite collieries  are opposed to striking and hare  asked lhat- the sirike order be  rescinded.  Meat and ice teamsters iu Chicago  ate being armed to protect themselves  in delivering meat and ice. Teamsters  on strike against the meat combine  have made trouble and meat famiiiH  is compelling butchers to close up.  Forty Galicians who have been  stormbound at Edmonton for' some  days past, started down the Saskatchewan on a raft. They had not got far  down tbe river when tbe raft capsized  and 12 of the party weie drowned.  The . Ross government in Ontario  has beeu sustained by a majority of  4: The standing of the two'parties is  as follows:. Liberals,51; Conservatives  47.  Sir Thos. Shaughnessy leaves Montreal today on" an annual inspection of  the.road. ..-  Mrs* Bridget McHenry died at  Mount Ilopp, Out..' aged-100.  Thc steamship A,readia from Hamburg -arrived at Halifax with I'SUl  immigrants?, all of whom landed at the  latter port.; .  Fire this morning destroyed the  Brantford, Ont.; Starch Works. The  pss is $50,009. '-"���������"    -'���������-������������������  '" "      -  The Hon. .Michael Henry'Herbei t  will probably succeed:-"the lat* Loid  P.iuncefote as Brilish. Ambassador .to  the United States.  BsaeasBSBS  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, arid this season* will be more prominent 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 and America."  - . This, together with our usual liberal policy and narrow  profits,' and  with this fact  in  mind that this is not a meagre or indifferent assortment of the common  place,' but large and  generous lines of all that is choicest ancl most desirable,���������not a.collection made up .of what ts  .readiest to hang or most easily obtained, but a stock of unparalleled .variety, .gathered   from  _ever^-source-far-and-near,-whei-evei--Di*css-Goods-of~meril-arc-produced.;.-.- --���������-.  ��������� -ry^-^-^-^-^Tr-i  ��������� LJ1J-HI   UI..U.M  UP-TO-DATE   SUITS     FOR    THE     BOYS    AT    A     BARGAIN  Wash Suits  Blouse Suits  Tweed Suits  Knickers  Kiiee Pants  Fauntleroy Suits.  Hospital  Gives Satisfaction  The hospital board of directors  shewed Mits-Macleod. the chief ladv  superintendent of the Victorian .Order  or Nurses over tlie local hospital  building yesterday afternoon. She  wiib loud in her praises of the building  and expressed Iier intention to give a  splendid report"to-the Central Board  at Ottawa. She was especially pleased  willi the system of ward ventilation,  healing, plumbing, and t.he general  plan of the building. The private  wards. Miss Macleod said, were larger  and better ventilated than in-many  large Eastern hospitals. She left for  points.south this morning and will  return here on Wednesday. The nursu  in charge will arrive here on June 20.  Boys'Clothing is one of our special hobbies. We make il a strong point to buy the  nattiest and most durable suits for thc little fellows. We think you can get suited in any style  and at prices that we know cannot be equalled. Our stock this season is large, varied and  up-to-date.  Spring Sale of Men's Suits  Our Spring Suit Sale is now in full swing. We have sold more Men's and Boys' Suits  I this week than we hbve ever done before in the history of this store. Our range of Styles and  } Prices is still complete���������better values were never offered :  $11.50  $ 8.00  Men's All-Wool English Serge Suits���������Heavy Railroad Serge���������Single Breasted.    Regular $13 50.  SALE PRICE :   Men's Pure Wool Tweed Suits, Brown and Grey Checks.  Price Per Suit '   They are well worth !j>12.00.   Sale  Yon can keep any of these suits at home for one week, and if you or your friends don't think they are just  woith the price, wc are willing to return your money in full.  Boots and Shoes.  t  We carry an extensive stock of the above goods by the best manufacturers in Canada.  Every article of Footwear is made of good material and made for rough usage.  REID & YOUNG  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue. Mail Orders Solicited.  , The city fire brigade have i������su*d a*  challenge to the 0. P. R, fire brigade  for a contest on Coronation Day.  Conductor James Foley and Mrs.  Catherine A. Smith were married at,  Kamloops on Wednesday evening.  The total number of bodies' recovered  to.date from the, coal mines at F������rnie  -is-100.1���������It- is-estiiiiated-lbe������eare^3<)-  bodies >till in the mine.  . A. Rnfflo, a quari-yman working on  lhe stone quarry near Salmon Ami,  while springing n. hole'yesterday wan  instantly killed. His funeral will take  place at 3.30 lhis afternoon from the  Roman Catholic church..  Clarence McDowell came in on  Thursday evening and left for Gold-  fields again yesteiday morning. Mr.  McDowell .has located some valuable  placer ground on Menhcnnick creek,  practically on the Goldfitids townsite.  The New Westminster lacrosse club  iu going east in June to compeU for  the Minto Cup. They played ;th������ir  lli&t game of the season last week  wilh Vancouver and were successful  in defeating the terminal city by 13  goals to 2.  C. C. and Mrs. Brown returned last  night from Fernie, where theyhava  been for the past week on the sad  mission of recovering and burying the  body of their sou, K. A. Brown, who  met his death in the recent mine  disaster near thit town.  The number of ���������niner's licenses sold  this yeai at thc local record office is  considerably in excess of that sold in  previous years. This speaks well'for  the. interest developing . iu (he Big  Bend this season. Several small  transfers of   claims have   taken place.  Tbe Revelstoke skating rink haa  been leased by C. It McDonald and .A.  M Pinkham until the first of Octobar.  It is their intention to lay eut a tennis  court immediate!;-. A ping pong tabla  and quoits, etc., will also be provided.  The lesees have decided to sell season  tickets at $2 for ladies *nd $3 for men.  A pro'tninade concert will be arranged  at which tha Independent Band will  provide excellent music.  His Worship Mayor O'Brien request*  the members of the executive and  finance, programme, and collection  committees to please meet at Fire  Hall No. 2 next Tuesday evening at 8  o'clock p. m. sharp. He hopes that  they will be in full possession of all  information regarding tbe games and  sports to be held ou Coronation! Day.  The gentlemen nn these committee*  are Messrs. O'Brien. Kincaid. McRae.  MeCarter. Taylor, Gordon, Kilpatrick,  McBeth, Phipps, (Lindmark, McCarty,  A. J. Sutbeiland and Robinson,  V. .^elslolie i^mU and ^aijuiau  tl'ubllshed By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co*  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Wrector.  A Semi-Weekly Journal published in the  interests of the railway men. mining men and  bii*-lnt*ss men of the West, llayn of Publication  t** ***diic*>..lu..-and Saturday.  ADVERTISING  RATES.  Display ads., fLfiO pur inch; single column,  ti per Inch when inserted on title piiue  I.i'Kal ads., 10 eents per inch (nonparlel) line  foi ilrst Insertion: Scents for eaeh additional  iircrtion. Local notices 10 cents per line eneli  i mir-. Rlr'.li, Marriage and Death Notices  fro .*.  SVIISCRIPTIOX  RATES.  Hv mall or currier, ti per annum; ?1.2j for  ���������������������������.Ix "mouths, strictly hi advance.  ���������  OUR JOB DEPARTMENT.  I ".ne ol the best equipped prlntinp offices in  ���������lie West and prepared to execute all kinds ol  fiiiiitini; fu llrslclass style al honest prices,  one price to all. No job too largo���������none too  Miiall ���������Ior us. Mall orders promptlv attended  to.   Hive us a trial on your next order.  TO CORIllUrOSDKSTS.  We' invite correspondence on any subject  .->��������� inturost to the Kcneral public. Ill all cases  the bona fide name of the writer must accompany manuscript, but not necessarily for  publication.  Address all communication!; to thc Manager  NOTICE TO COIUtE-U'ONDENTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side of the paper only.  2.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  ofthe writer.  O. E. GROGAN. Editor.  Saturday, May 31, 1902.  The Priest and the Reporter.  The manner in which reporters on  the   daily   journals describe Catholic  services and celebrations is often most  amusing, in fact frequently ludicrous.  A priest in Chicago told a reporter  the other day that itwas amusing  the  absolute   ignorance   the   average   reporter had   in   Church  matters, aud  added :    "One would suppose that the  papers   would   select .men  for    such  duties who were qualified for the work  by reason   of  being members of the  church, or, at least, had such a general  store of information as to enable them  to approach their assignment with the  spirit   of   intelligence.     The   reverse,  however, seems to be the rule."   The  priest then details a recent eaqierieiice  in these words :  " There was an imposing church  service to take place in which I was to.  take part with many other priests. A  short time before the serv'ces were to  begin, a reporter for one of the papers  came to the parish house for information, and, seeing "me there, asked  me to tell bim in advance just what  was going to be donu. I sat down and  he pulled cut' his pad of paper and  began to take notes. In my description of the ceremonies I mentioned tho  acolytes. He stopped his writing and  looked up at me with ������ puzzled  expression on his lace.  " How do you spell that?'. he_asked.  "1'told him and he put it down.  Then he lookod up again and asked :  '��������� Say, what are acolytes, anyhow?  '* Briefly. I told bim what acolytes  aro, and then went* on with tbe  description -of the ceremonies. In  doing so I mentioned that the Brothers  were to take si certain part. Again  the reporter looked up and asked :  .     " ' Say, what Brothers ?'    Pythians Are Gathering.  Sau Ki'HiirUco i.s tn have a street fair  in August-next, during llie biennial  KalheriiiR there of the Knights of  Pythias of the'United States. Fn..m  orchards and vineyard*-, from valley**,  mountains and mines, from every  country and section, the best will-be  set up to view in the streets of Sin  Francisco.* ��������� This novel fair is lo lie on  Van Ness avenue, whieh ranks among  ihe no'.ed street*, of the coiiiinent. ll  i������37 blocks iu length, over three miles-  from ils intersection with .Market  street, the main artery of San Francisco, to its notthern terminus on S.in  Francisco Bay. The avenue ii 1*2."> feel  wide, from huilding line to building  line, and 81 feet from ciu'o lucui-b and  is lined wilh-stately lt'sideinei*. ll is  an ideal place fur jiisLmuIi an exhibit,  and large enough almost to give one  .lilock to each country. Klaborate  arches will span the roadw-iy, at the  intersection of some of the principal  cross streets, and myiiads of light will  illuminate thc scene daring the  night.  The great pavillion, which will be  tbe huadquaiters of lhe uniformed  bank of the Knights, is two blocks  from the avenue. A camp is also to  be located near. Ample provision will  lie made to distribute good things to  visitors, that they may taste of California's choicest products and take  some of them to their homes.  The overland railways have made  special rates for this event, and crowds  of easterners are planning already to  go on this transcontinental picnic.  Besides the entertainment in" San  Francisco by California Knights  there are to be side trips to the far-  famed Yosemite, to Del Mon to hotel,  on Monteray bay, to Santa Ctuz, to  the Big Trees, to Lake Tahot*, to  Paso  Itobles Uot Springs,  to   Los   Angeles  Santa Barbara and other points worth  seeing.  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN'THE BANNER  CAMP OF FISH RIVER  The Centre for all the Big* Free Milling Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek, Etc.  usiness Lots.  Corner Lots,  EASY   TERRAS  PAY MET.  A  Ten   Stamp  Mill   and   Diamond  Drills,  Et<\, - are   now on   thc   way   to  Goldfields for the Northwestern    Development   Syndicite.      This  means  that    GoJdfselds    will   be  the   Big  Town  in  that District. '    . ' - .  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  JR. F. PERRY,.  Resident Manager.  rrx^iMiVXKKymin^isrm. um..������������.,. ������������������CT^������TTiiBIIIC[:p  LEGAL  ���������Vegetable and Flower Plants 2oc,  per doz. Cabbage, Celery, Lettuce*.  Tomatoes, Cauliflowers, Candytuft.  Dranthns, Asters, Verbena, Petunias,  Sobelia. Marigold. Phlox,Sunflowers,  Coreopsis, Nasturtuni, Chrysanthemum 25c. per dozen. Cabbage .$1 per  100.     J. Miller, Re /elstoke.  WING CHUNG  Fine Stock of Chinese'and Japanese  Goods   .lust Arrived  ii.viinoo oiiAiit.s,  KA.NC.Y T.M11.1SS,  ,,    TEA THA YH,  CHINA WAIil*:,  FANCY tillODS,  NAPKI.NS,  HAXIlKHItCIIIKK'J,  FANS,  IN GREAT VARIETY  IN THE  NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.  JM. SCOTT   B A., I.L.U.  Barrister.      Solicitor,    Notary    rublic,   Etc.  First Street. Ruvclstoke.  Money to lonn.  jjAltVKY.'to'CARTE'i A: 1'INKHAM  Barristers*. Solicitors, Ktc.  Solicitors tor Imperial Bank of Canada  Companv fiiiulh lo loan ntS percent.  First Street, Revelstoke B. C.  Ian Pad  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.-  E ASTBOUNI")     S:20  WESTBOUND   17:30  SOUTHBOUND     S:10  I'liliE   11I-K  .ME I :*������������������__.  .\ I...  'I'HAIVS.  IKbT  CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  UEATED BY HOT AIR.  KEAHONABI.E  KATES.  :  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC 13ELLS AND LIGHT TS EVERY ROOM.  HOURLY  STKEKT  CAU  MI-HOTS  ALL THA1XS.  BAR WELT. SUPPLIED BY'TBE 'CHOICEST  WINKS,   LIQUORS A'NDCIGAKS "��������� '  B������������������3������������������*^  ALEX. MCLEAN  & CO    1  ������  Agents for the  Mason &Risch Piano  OFFICE AT  J. McLeod's Residence  SECOND  STREET,    EAST.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C..  ������������asx***������-"*"*^^  MRS. LAUDER  " I gave him it brief explanation  of  the Brothers,  and he  took  it all  in.  When I ��������� had concluded   he fired one  oUier question at me:  " Say, what's'the difference between  tlie Brothers and the priests?'  ���������* It   was   now   my   turn     to    ask  questions, and I did so.    ' What is this  anyhowi       A   theological   clans ?     I  inquired.  *��������� What kind of wovk do vou do for  your paper, young man? Hoiae races?'  '* 'Mostly sporting."he answered, not  in the least abashed. ' I never tackled  a proposition like this before, and it is  just as i.inch Greek to me. v. Sporting  news is pretty dull just now, so tliey  s-i'iit me out on tins.  " lie was 30 frank about the matter  and realized his own limitations so  well, that I couldn't feel angry with  hiin, and actually had to lau������h at the  bewildered air with which he dealt  with the whole matter. 1 fixed bim  up as well as I could, but never had  tha courage to look ut the report that  his paper printed."  ' Chicago printers arc not the only  ones who make a fearful mess in trying  to describe ordinary Catholic services.  A Columbus reporter, years ago, had  a priest saying Pontifical Ki>.h .Mass  ofRequiem at 3 o'clock in the after-  m>or. on a Good Friday, antl he was  told by a friend the next time he  attempted to write up a Catholic  church service it would bo wise for  bim to know, ths difference between a  Bishop and an altar. ���������The Catholic  Columbian.  FRESH FRUIT IN SEASON  ICE CREAM.  ICE CREAM SODAS  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  Red  Rose  Dcpree meets second find fourth  TiiomUvs oleach  inontli; Wliile Kose neijree  ini*ets third Tucsdnv ofeaeh quarter, in Oddfellows llall.   Visiilliii. brethren welcome  G. F.. GKOr.AX. HY. ElWAItns,  President. Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  {tegular meetings are held in thc  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday ol each month, at S p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. J VINSON. W.M  W. G. BIRNEY, Kec.-Scc.  CHURCHES  METHODIST CHCW-H.   KF.Vnl-STOKE.  Preaching services at 11 11. m. and 7:30 p.m  CU-i meeting at the olo������e of the morn m:  -ervice Sabbath School and Bible Class at .,:.<!  Weeklv I'raver Meeting every Wednesday  evening nt 7":*W. The public are con-hally  Invited.   Seats free.  Rev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  ST. PETER S ClllT.CH,  ANGLICAX.  Tifht a.m., llolv Kncharl-t; 11 a.m., m';W,  I.itanv anil sermon (Holy Eucharist first Sunday In ihe month); 2*r,o Sunday school, or  children's **ervl<*e; 7:3i> Even**oii(. (choral) and  ���������ermon. llolv Days���������The Holy Eucharist is  "celebrated at 7 a.m. or 6 a.m.. as announced.  "Holy Baptism after Sunday School at 3:1.*-.  c. a. 1-KOcCNiER, Rector.   .  ' r>.ESBYTERU'N~'<:il U KCIH *      *-  ***������rvice every Sundav at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to'which all are welcome.     I'rayer meeting at  'n ic. everv Wednesday.  -' ��������� kev. W. C. Cai.dek, Pastor.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Ma-**'   at 10:."*0 a. m.,   on   first,   second  and  lourth Sundavs in the month.  '" KEV.   FATHER   THAY.EK.  TOURIST    CARS     DAILY I  TO ST. PAUL j  Wednesdays k Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  LOW RATE TICKETS  Now   on Sale from Eastern Point's  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  TO-  TO-  -CHINA,  -AUSTRALIA  .1APAS,  ALASKA  - Lowest Rates and Best Service to  nnd from all points.  For    full   information,    printed  matter, etc., call on'or addroHsr'  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent   '  levels to Ice.  E, J. Coyle.   ,  Assist, lien.  Passenger akouI  Vancouver.  xtfil  fe->a  m  m  m  m  IB  m  -S3 .  & CO'Y.  Wholesale  And Retail Dealers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MIJ j TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON." "'      "  J.4.^.4.^.++-i*^*4"i"l"l-4'*l*'t'l"l"l-H"i"I"I"'_-i'  _������^������_i���������~���������.__=���������j���������.���������. - . . -.���������=-.���������.-.**;-..  *>  -*>  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting every night ln their  Hall on  Front  Ptrcet.  Write for onr inlc:ci!*!!i*_* Ixv.Vcs " Invent-^  )or'a Help" an I ���������' How jou or? swindled.  ISendiwa rouzh sketch <*r model ol yourin-^  Iv^ntion orimprovc-nent nnd vrt willtrll yoni  llrec our ovinion ns to vheth' 1 i: !��������������� prohnblyl  h.ati-Klnhle. Ctjcctrd cppllcitlori, hnveofienj  IbceTi cucce^sfnllv pr. ^.cu:m1 hy \x<. We,  jcondnct fully eqiiilil"*'l offices in Mnntreal(  iand Wa*hin>?ton; thUtjunIints us 10 prompt-  Sly dispatch work and quirklv s.-curr 'l'.*itent**P  (as bro 1 .Ins thc invention. Highest reference*^  I furnished. .       ���������   ,.    .  1 rateiit*. proasred thr-.111.11 Marion ������ Jia-  jrion rec-Ive aprcinl notice without choree in ,  [over 100 ti.-wspnj'crs dintrihuted througliout,  (the D  minion.  Specialty :-Piitrnl. huiincss o!   Macufac-  llurers :ind I'.n^iiieel.s.* tj  MARION & RTARION  Patent Experts and Solicitors.  1������������������. f    New York Life B'ld'if, Hontrral/  /Office*-:    ,    Atlantic BWg.V/aahlnzton D.C.d  H  EDWARD  TAXIDERMIST.  DKER HEAD?, BIRDS. Ktc. MOUNTKD,  Knrs Clcanix! an'l PO.-alr������<l.  JL'ST EAST OF   PUFS:������Y'TERIAN-   OIIL-ItCH  Third -Street.  Jt******* I*****************  PELLEW-HARVEY, |  BRYANT & Gil-MAN I  Mining Engineers ������  and Assayers, @  ������  VANCOUVER, B.C.       E������tabll������hcil 1890    <g  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mlne������, London.    Hivrn  y**ar>  at  Morfa   Work",  Swaiiyca.     17   years   Chic!  Chemist  to SVInan Coal an'l  Iron <Jo.,   Y.itv.  Iat<?('hi:rniHt ������;nl A-isaycr, Hall M:n':s, Lui.  Clalini cxamim.'.I ari'l repo1-1*"*1 ������I*on.  Ferguson. B.C,  % Baker and  Confectioner  ,-.A full and complete  line of  GROCEREES  >yy  *>  <**  *  *  ���������*!���������  *  ���������fr  K-*  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  it-  *  *  ������_���������  >*_���������  X  ^*  *���������:-  SEINES  EXCHANGE  LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  XVe have |.urch.*iser3 for all kinds of metalliferous mines and pros-  liect.s. .-uni dosii'u to hear from prospectors and others having property  for suit*. .    - * ...  Our f:ici!iLios for making quick sales are unrivalled.' ��������� -'  Suiitl us i-iiports; nlso samples of*ore for exhibition at our Office.  THE MINES EXCHANGE, LIMITED. . 1  P, O. Box 70 N.lnon, B.C.  J=rr^^-r^w������.jj...iJ..^.,i.lii '.-T.. m        1      Illl IT1|_nMll*MW������iriMIMM*T-.-iM^M-.-iramiM^MM������i  r.:".:tv.sii7Vr*rs:  <!  ���������    II. C. l*AU?O.V, l'rcslilcnt.  M. J. O'BRIEi-T, Managing Director.  ���������e Revelstoke Wine and SpiritCo.  Limited Llahili'tjv -''���������".   "'������*     '.���������x'.iy  ���������7  . -' ���������  .   y. -I   '..'-.    1  Carry a.full and complete line of ,  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,        -._.  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry. and Plymouth Gins,  Ports, Sherles, Clarets, Champagne, Liquara  Imported and Domestic Cigars.        ' ������������������       *���������       - .   .������..**,,.,  Cor. Mackenzie y\ve.  and Hail way Street.  *************:i***********y^  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Tct*. made tip to 2,000 Hn.  A ojK'clalty ma<le of checking Smelter  Pulps.  Samples from the Interior hy mail or  express promptly attended to.  correspondence solicited.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  ******** J* 11 It TIHH " T I * l*  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between Arrowlioart, Thomson's  Landlns anil Comaplix, nimiofai init October  1 Ith, "ilwl, will pail as lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thoin������on'.s LandlnR  and Comaplix  twicedally���������10k. ami liik.  leaving Comaplix and *��������� homson's I.andlnic  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:I.'.k and l*.:..'*  Making close connections with all C. I'. R.  Ptcamcr.s and Trains.]  Thoowncm reserve the right locliangc times  of (tailings without notice.l  Tho Fred RoblnsotTLumbsr^Co., Umltsd  %%%!Bi%%%^)%%%%%>  %  WS5* UNION *S*g  Cigar   Factory  REVKI.STOKE,   B.C.  II. A. liROWN,   Prop.  BrarKi*>:  OUR   SPECIAL   and   THE   UNION  ALL   GOODS   UN I O.N'   MADE  m>  fin  !&i  m  A Inrijc raiiKeof Point f.nco,  l)iii'lii'.*.s and Haltcnlmri;  llrnhN, Btrim }>c*i IIu.sIkiih,  Si n in pud Linens, Kinbroldery  Ncoillcs, Hooks, ice.  Ilerllii and Zephyr Wools, all  shades, Slipper Soles, Valcn- '  ��������� iuiiix'd Lace, Inhcrtlon.  Call ut the  MADISON -PARLORS.  Hi) x  j^j Misses Shcppard & Bell  rj..-.-r\ MclCcnzle Avenue      oc'J3  i'iil  K-?s-_va  1 LIVE, AND LET LIVE!!  ������ I'luiiKU ilon't try and'run   us  g out of Lown liy .sending vour  0 oiilurs cast.     Wit must have  (ij yniir work in order to  live.  $ AVe depend on   you  for  our   ���������  J; work!     Eastern   Houses   do  0 not!    Do not allow yourself  g to be roped in hy their ped-  im) dlers      We  also guarantee  '5 to give you  better satisfac-  |S tion for your money.  |S  8 13,.  S.   -V7-XIjS02<r,  iS Next the McCarty Block.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget; Prop.  Fro-apt delivery of parcels, baggage;-**!*,  to any part ol tlie elty        ���������s.'  Any Kind of Tranefarrinff  Undertaken  All orders-left at,R..H. .Smythe's Tobacco  ttc"n tion   Telepb0U9 No*7 wIU f eceiv* pronpt  Jas. I. Woodrow  Retail Dealer in���������  ..f3e.elj.Pp irk, ���������.  Mutton, Etc.  Fish aad G������un������,ia Scaaon.....  AH orden promptly flllad.  CorKr.?IS5!S..aXBYBM������0IB, B.������  ?"' y ' i  +&t**������.������#������&������������������&&J*������JHH*&)*������&: 90-9M-������99&&&#������������9&90-0'9*i**9-L*9L*, P9M9Jti9������P*9*99'������9������9990������90^9jti  x The Smelting Centre of the Similkameen Valley.     Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal com pan ies and-the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by the following resources: Coal, gcid, copper, silver and a fine agricultural country. Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with a climate almost southern  and all that could be asked.  ASHNOLA is owned und backed by tbe payroll of tho Similkameen Valley Coal Compnny, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. The equipment and development of their coal mines, installing  of water, electric light and power plants are already arranged for. The development of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine by the .EasternCapitalists who have established their payroll at ASHNOLA, makes it the  coining city of the interior of British Columbia.  City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  Lots in Ashnola are safe investments. In Blocks 1 to 4 and 13 to 20 the price will be_advanced 23c.  per month until May 1st, 1002, and to ten per cent, in the remaining blocks. The present price is from $50 to  $225     Twenty-five.per cent, cash, three,'six and nine riionths without interest.'  Arrangements are already completed for Kigrht buildings, including cottages for thu Employees of  , thecompany at Ashnola.   This work,will be under full headway by May 1st.  Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be bought and were sold at 11 cents. Today they are  quote I at $80.00. "With the advent of transportation, Siniilkameen "Valley Coal can be delivered at any  point in West Kootenay or Yale as cheaply as by any other Company iu Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LSfVllTED.  '��������� ���������'"    NELSON, B. C."���������:  '���������  t*a������P0M������0������������������������������������0������������������������������9Mhf������A.9������^  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  BUY BEfOREYOU SLEEP. "   ���������" '  I CIRCLE CITY is thc Terminus "of, the   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  -via-the Lardeau. Creek with fork to that point."-.  CIRCLE CITY, js .beautifully situated* at the base of  the Lardeau Pass," Galena  .    and Surprise.Creeks.- *  **   '        r'~ *  -  CIRCLE CITY is   absolutely, surrounded    by .Mining   Properties   now   under  Development. .  ^'.. - "-'J. _"     .  G. &. BATHO,  ; SEND'FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE'  , TO THE GENERAL .-'AGENT, '       ' ,.    .*.   /  -       - -: Ferguson, B. G.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty clays afi or date I intend lo apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ot  Lands and Works for permiss'.. 'i to cut  and carry away timber from the i .-Hotting  described lands :  Commencing at a post planted on Ihe  south side of the Columbia River, aboul  one inilo below Ihe mouth ol* Canoe* River,  and mai ked " Maude Skene's North-East  Corner Post;'" thence south So chains;  theiu-e west So chains; thence north So  chains; thenco oast lo tho point of commencement.  MAUDE SKENE.  Dated this 2Qth day of April, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that  thiity days after date I intend to apply to  tho Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for permission lo cul  and cairy away timber Irom the following'  described lands :  Commencing at a posi planted on tlie  south bank of lhe Columbia River, about  one mile below lhe inoiiih of Canoe River,  and marked " Henry Lovewcll's Norlli-  Wesl Coi nor Post;" thenee .south So  chain*.; thonce oast So chains; thence  noith So chains; Ihcnce west 80 chains to  iho point of commencement.  HENRY LOVEWELL.  Daled this 291I1 day of Apiil, 1902.  ZbTOTIOEEJ  NOTICE IS HERF.B.' GIVEN that SO dnys  nfier date, I intend lu make application to the  Honorable the 'Chiel 1 ominisstoiier of .Lands  and Works for a;speclal licence to fell and  carry iwar timber from thc .following, described lands:.  No.1.  Commencing'.at~ a post planted .about 50  chains north olSt. I.eon Hot Spring** on the  Arrow Lakes and marked.I. T. soutli we.it corner, thenee east lf.(l chains ; thence nortli 40  chains ; thence *.\e������t 160 chain*,; thence south  40 chains to place0! commenceissnt.,* ��������� *������������������;. **-*.  Commencinj-.Bt.a post planted about .1 miles,  south from the mouth of Deep creek at lialcna'  May, Arrow Lakes, marked J. T. and   beirg  about 6 chains east of T.lI.D.'KROtith.west"eor-  ner.post: llience vest!*') ehnins ;  thencu south  80 chains; tbence east $0 chains ; thence north  -So ehalns to place of coraiiieneemcnt.'i'^���������;���������'~���������  Nelson, B. C.,'"Ma'r"cli 3rd,*l90i.      -*'���������'-'-'   -"  ; JAMES A.TAYLOR,  '..-������.....,..,.;.. -.     .     , > ..,   Arrowhead.. .  TAKE NOTICK thftt Gn dnys nfter date I  intend to apply to the Chief Comnus-Ioiier of  Lands and works for permission lo purchase ft  piece of land described 11a follows : -.  '-".Commencing at'a post marked F.J. < old-  smlth's No. 1 post,-thence south 40 chains;  thenee east 40 chains ; theuce north 10 chains;  thence west 40 vliuins, to pointof coiiiinence-  men<���������160 acres more or less,. This laud was  staked by J. II. MeKcnvio Inst June.    Has a  fiurohase- No. 1 post about 100 feet from Uold-  iiioh  trail and about UIO .feet up hill, the cast  .liue following Kisli.Kiver. '-  *.;l)oeatcd February 20,100...     ���������'" "'  :.,-.-. .r������s..->>    ....v.',    f. jraoi.DSMiTir,  ,...-., .       .  . ,        lioldflelds. 11. C.  Certificate of Impveroments.  Butte. Silver Bow nnd Black Diamond  Mineral Claims, s tuaie in the Lardeau .Mining  Divlsion'of.Wett. ootenay District.   -'  .Where Located:-Near the Head of''Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.  .TA.-.E NOTICE*that I,*A. I*. Cummins, ns  Agent.forrlbe...DoubUj Kugje Mining* and De-.  velopmentjCompliiiy.-Liniited. 'of Fergusmi;  B. C, tree ^Miller's-, Certlllcate. No. *** 31 .Ml,  intend, sixty days from,the "date, hereof, 10  apply to tbe Mining Pecorder for aCcrHflca-te  nf Improvements, for the purpose of obtainisig  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  'And.i urtber Take .Notice that action, uncle  feclion 37. must be  commenced beforo tho  1 ls.tmnce of such Certificate of lmproy.en_.cnts  ���������lated thlt twenty-third day of January, A.1).  ���������1X2.. .  ���������- (. ���������      I    v*     -     * ���������  .A.F.CUMMIN8, P.L.S.'  *.T������b. B-tf        -  '  ���������fllsTOTIOB  Y..NOTICE.:  ,TAKE-iNOTICE^thiit^00^<lays-after-date*vI  '*��������� intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the following described lands:r,., .,-.������,..>-,-���������;-.... - ,  ' Conimencliig-'at n-post**' marked foger F.  Ferry's southeast.corner post sltunte about 200  feet from Scott Creek, thenee vest 411 chums;  thencu north IliO cliains; thence eust 40 chains;  ihenccsoiitli 100 chains, to the.place of com-  lncuccmciit; containingC10 acres.  ltOGElt F. FERRY.  Goldfields. B.C.. Oct I7t.h,190l.      Nov. G-tf.  iETOTICE.  Kotloe to Delinquent Co-Owner, **;/'  To John T.'Hodre or to anyone to'whom' ho  may have transferred his interests in the  : Oilman Fractional mineral claim, situate  .. \ In the j-ardeau Mining Division.  JTou are hereby notified tbat I expended the  ���������um or one hundred and seven dollars and  fifty cents (J107.50) ln labor and .money on. the  fceforeuientloned mineral claim, in order to  hold said mineral claim under Section 24 of tho  Mineral Act; and if -wlthin.'ninety days (90)  from tbe dale of. this notice, you fall to contribute your proportion ol such expenditure,  together with* all costs of advertising, y-ur  interest in said mineral claim will become the  l.roperty of the undersigned, under Section 4  01 jm Act entitled" AU Act to'amend the  MineraLAct.lSOO."  . ' ...  ' /Sated at comaplix, B.C.,  this 15th day of  April. A. D���������1S02.        -..-.--..  JOSEPH BEST, _  Co-OWnor.'  ' Th������ Clsytland .and, British Columbia '  .Hiqlnv. Company, Limited.  TAKE NOTICE that GO days after date I  Intend 10 applv to the Chiel Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for permission to1'purchase  thc/ollowinifdeseritfoil lands:-   -'- ,'  Coiinnencing at a post marked "h.ilcAdams'  'o.TFost,',' situate close,to the old line of  Hill ic Brantford'* pre-emption,- FJfcli Creek,  thence nortli 40 chains, thence west 31 chains,  thence south 40 chains, thencu east '.'0 chains  to point of commencement.  :  Goldiields, Jan: 18th. 19u2. ....  , '.   ��������� *.    "a.moadam.  NOTICE���������That sixty days after ilnte' I intend  to npplv to. the Chief Commissioner of  Lands'nnd Work") for permission to purcha'C  320 acres of lnnd situate on thc Northeast Arm  of Arrow Lake, tn the Mstrictof W.*; - Kootenay B.C., and described as follows.-*'.', /  Commencing from S.W. 'corner. ' '11141,  thence Nortli astronomical ;20 chain -.'theuce  \Vcht80 chains; theiice South 110 ch ins up*  plsaiximatelvj tlienee 1'Jtnv "chains .sorth-  Easterly to point of commencement.  .   FRED. ROBINSON.  Feb. 5���������tf C. II.SKENE, Age-1.  Certificate of Improvements^  ITOTIOB  Morning Star, Walrus,Sea Lion and Bonanza  Mineral ulain^, situate 111 llu'i.ardeau Mining  DhiHon of West Kootenav District Where  located : On Menhenick Creek, near Fish  niter.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green, acting as  agent for Angus -McKav, F. M. C. 1! :12UU5, and  .1. 11. McKen/ie, Free M'ner's Certificate No.  B:jJ025, intend, sixtj days from the date hereof,  to applv tothcMimug Recorder fori ertificates  of Iniproremcuts. for the purpose of obtaining  Crouu Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice lliat action, under  section 37, must be coininenced beloro li e  issuance of such Cerliiicatesof Improvements.  __ Dated lids first day of March, 1002, A.M.    ~���������~ "^^ TFTcrGREEN;  .,     - .     ,- per F. S=. C...  ST ���������- - Nelson, B C.  Notice.  NOTICE I.S HKRICBY GIVKN lh.il  thirty days after date I inlend to make  application lo lhe Houoi.ible lhe Chief  Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for a  special license to cut and carry away  timber irom the following* described  lands :  (. ommenciiiji* al a post marked " G. B  Na<_rlo".s South-Easl Corner Posi, planted  on the north bank of the Columbia River,  one mile west of the mouth of Canoe River;  thence north So chains; tlicnce we.sl-So  chains; thence south So chains; thence  east So chains lo the point of commencement.  G. 13. NAGLE.  Dated this 29th day of April,  1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty da3's afterdate I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chjef Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the following; described lands :  Commencing* at a post planted on the  north bank of the Columbia River just  above lhe mouth of Canoe River, and  marked "Fred Robinson's South-East  Corner Post;" thence north 80 , chains;  thence west So chains; thence south So  chains; thence east 80.ehains lo the point  of commencement.  FRED ROBINSON.  Dated this 2gth'day of April, 1902.  Notice.  . NOTICE "IS HEREBY GIVEN ' thai  thirty days afler date I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the following described lands :  Commencing at a post planted -on the  east side of the Columbia River, about two  miles above the mouth of Wood River, and  marked " Fred. Robinson's South-West  Corner: Post"; thence east 160 chains;  theuce north 40 chains; thence, west 160  cliains; thence south 40 chains to the point  of commencement. ' -     .   *     *  FRED ROBINSON.  Dated this 29th day of April, 1902.  Notice.  TSTOTZQE.   .     ���������*.  TAKE NOTICE that sixty days after date f  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for nerriilsslon to pux  chase a parcel of land described as follons:  Commencing at a post marked Alice I'erri's  No. 1 Fost; thence west '20 chains; - thence  North 40chalns; thence East 20 chains; ihence  South 40 chains to point of commencement.  This fraction of land.comiueuccs North of li.  F. I'errr's pre-emption follow ing McKenzic's  North-West Line,   containing about fco acrcf,  I  NOTICE Is hereby given that th������ head offlcoi  -, of Th* ClevolauKl and British Col-  uiMbl* Mining Oompany. Umlted, have  iM.n moved from Rossland to.Bevelslokc, B.C.  *   - -   -        -,     : .0..::. *pru imib  FARWELL  ESTATE.  *"*;' lhe choice land  north- of .track,   i  -    fcetwaan Tapping'*.and Long'*, will  .   b# subdivided for sale as soon as  ���������possible. .-'���������*���������;������������������.������������������-.*���������������������������:������������������ '���������-���������',  >'&���������& ������MtOAT,  -VIOTOBIA, '**. O,  r.O-Box, <2J.  more or less.  Goldfields. Nov.  .1001.  ALICE PKRItY.  Iice-l-tm  Certificate of Improvements.  *-   %, ..."TSrOTIOB^  Oentre^Star and -Evening Star Minernl  Claims,situate In the I.ardeau Mining Division  of West" Kootenay District. Where located:  On .Menhenick creek, near Fish Kiver. I  TAKE NOTICK that I, F. C. Green, icting os  agent lor J. II. McKenzie, Free Miner's Ccrtifi-  pute No. li 3*20i">, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, 10 apply to the Mining Uecorder  or Certificates of Improvement*, Ior the purpose ol ohtaining Clown Uraut*. of the above  claims.  /.nd further take notice that action, under  Bccli'-n -17, must he  commenced * hefore   the  issuance of such Certificates ol Improvements.  Dated this first day of March. H*02, A. V.  F. 0. (IRl.-'N,  per F. S C ,  Nelson, II. C.  Notice. ,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date Iintend' to apply to  lhc Honorable lhe,Chief Commissioner ot  Lands and Works for a special license lo  cul and carry away timber from the following- described lands : ' .-  Commencing- al a post planted on the  easl side of the Canoe River and alongside  of the Canoe River-trail, about one-'mile  above the mouth ot Harvov Creek,' and  marked ." C. R. Skene's' "South-Wesl  Corner Post;" thence north So chains;  thence west So chains; thence south 80  cliains; thence east 80 chains to the point  of commencement.  C. R. SKENE.  Daled lhis ist day of May, 1902.  NOTICE IS HHUBBY GIVEN tliat  thirty days after date Iintend to apply  to the llonoi'ublu the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands;  Commencing al. 11 post planted on  the east bank of the Columbia River  about two miles above the mouth of  Wood Kiver, and marked "Olivia  Robinson's North-West Corner Post;"  thence south 40 chains; tbence enst 1(10  chains; thence nortli If) chains; thence  west Kill chains to the point of  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON,  Dated this 29th day of April, 1002.  1TOTIOE.  I, the undersigned, intend 30 days  after date to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work***, for a  special licence to cut and carry away  timber from the following described  lands: Commencing at . a post  planted on the west side of the  Columbia River one mile below  Boyd s Ranch, and marked A. Edgar's  south east corner post, thence running  in a westerly direction -10  chains tbence nortii 100 chains thence  east *1U chains lo Columbia River thence  along Columbia River KiO chains to  place of commencement.  Dated this 11th day of May, 1902.  A. Edgar.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that  thirty days after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable lhe Chief Commissioner oi  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from lhe folj  lowing described lands : . _       .  Commencing at a post planted on the  east bank of the Canoe River, about four  miles up from its mouth," and marked.  "Olivia Robinson's North-East Corner  Post"; thence west So chains; thence  south 80 cliains; thence, cast 80 chains;  (hence north 80 cliains to the point of  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON.  -- Dated this 1st day of May, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30  days after date I intend to apply to the  Honorable the Chief Commissionerof Lands  and Works for permission to cul arid carry  away timber from the following described  lands in Wesi Kootenay;  Commencing at a post marked "E.-L.  MeMahon's North-West' Corner" planted  on the cast bank of thc Columbia River at  the south-west corner ofthe timber limit  held by Henrietta McMahon under special  license; thence casl'40 chains; thence south  160 chains; thence west 40 chains^ to the  east bank of the Columbia River; thence  north along lhc east bank of the said river  160 chains to the point of commencement.  E. L. McMAHON.  Daled. May. 5H1, 1902.  Certificate" of Improvements.  Itcd Fox and ItUlge Mineral Claims, situate  in the Lardeau Mining Division of West Kootenay Di'trict. Where located : On .Menhenick  Creek near Fish Iti\er. ''  TiKK NOTICF that I. F. C Green, noting as  agent for Angus McKay, Free Miner's Certificate No. USiOOJ. intend, sixty days from the  daie hereof, 10 apply to the Mining recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the.purpose of ohtaining Crown Grunts of.the above  claims.*  And further take nolicc that action, under  section '.fi, must Iki coininenced before the  issuance of such Certificates, of Improiomonts.  Dated this flrst day of March, 1902, A'. D.  F.C. GKEEN,  per F. S C ,  , Nelson, B. C.  -��������� Notice. ..  NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVE.V that  thirty days alter date I intend lo apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the .following described lands:. .   ���������     ���������-"'*���������  Commencing at a'post planled on the  west bank of the Columbia River, just  below the mouth of a large creek about  one half mile above Peterson's Ranche,  and marked "/Henry Lovewell's..South-  East Corner Post; thence west 80 chains;  Ihence nortii 80-chains;* thence east 80  chains, more or less,. to the. bank.,of the  Columbia River; thence following the  bank ofthe Columbia River to the point 01  commencement.  HENRY LOVEWELL.  Dated this 5th day of May, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date I intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief-Commissioner of L-inds and Works for a.special  license to cut and carrv away "timber  from thc following described lands:  Commencing',at" a post'planted on  the east bank of the Canoe Rive.,  about four miles up from its mouth  and marked "C."R. Skene's Nortli ���������  West Corner Post;" thence east SO  chains; tbence south SO chains; thence  west 80 chains; thence,north 80 chains  to the point"of commencement., s. *  . - C. R. SKENE,'  Dated this 1st day of May, 1902.  E. MOSCROP. .....;  Sanitary Plumbing,, Hot  Water  And Steam Heating, Gas  ' ���������    'Fittin  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Oriental Hotel  Abljr furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  A Pretty Broad Hint.  AN anecdote Is told of one of tha  smaller South American republics  which illustrates the method*  which are adopted when it conies to a  question of making: war. The "navy"  of the pai titular power referred to consists of a single, old-fashioned, side-  wheel steamer, armed with one gun. la  time of peace she is eng-.iged in hauling  freight up ancl down the river which  runs close to the capital. At the out-  bieak of one of the periodical wars, not  so very long ago, the president of th������  republic took charge of the steamer  and started up stieam on a recruiting  e:*,pcdiUon, leaving his senior general  m charge of the military pieparatlons at  the capital. A couple of days later th������  steamer returned,. and some seventy  miserable-looking' natives, each firmly  bound with a stroiiR rope, were  marched off and turned over to ths  general, with a note frem the presi-  ieiit, which read: "Dear General���������I  send you herewith seventy volunteer*.  Please return the ropes at once."  Fell Into a Furnace.  Oil.tries Rrowti, a furnace feeder at  the Granby smelter had a nartow  esc.-ipe from being burnt alive in a  fiery furnace S ilnid.-iy night. As it  was he received serious burn.-, and  bruises, and his life at first was  despaired of.  On the fm mice lloor of the smelter  there are two sets of automatic furnace chargers operated by ulectricity.  Thu ore and t_oke are (lumped into the  furnace by a cat* wliich after performing the work glides back to the point  of departure. The men employed as  feeders simply shovel into the opening  any ������tray samples of ore or coke which  may happen to be spilled en the floor  during the dumping process. Brown,  who hails from Butte, was engaged  Saturday night. He omitted to step  aside when the automatic car, was  1 etui ning to tbe loading place, and as  a result ib struck him from behind in  tbe legs causing him to fall backward  .into thn furnace. Luckily the charge*  dumped a moment before had smothered the flames and Brown was caught  between the brick lining and tbe feed  car. His legs and body were in the  furnace, but his head and .shoulders  wi e'on a level with ihe furnace floor.  Luckily tbe employe, who operates  Ihe lever, noticed the accident and  promptly stopped the car, while other  onlookers pulled Brown from his  dangerous position. This only occupied the work of a moment. When  rescued ho ��������� was iinconscioiis.- Dr  Northrop found that in addition to  bruises- about the body. Brown bad  heen severely burned. At first it was  thought*.(he result would.be fatal.  However, Dr. Northrop anticipates  that Brown will* be around shortly.���������  Grand Forks News.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.    '    '  Rates $1 a day.,  Monthly Ratc.._ \'  JSTOTIOE  NOTICE li hereby given tlint CO <l*v������ arter  date I intend to applv to the  Chief Com  mluiloncrof Land* and Work'* for iiermKiloii  to cutand carrv awav timber from the  Ing described faiid*.:���������Commencing at ������ po������t  lollon*  al thc douth-CAst corner of Koger F. I'err**'*  pre-emption, marked "Southeast corner "I  timber limit applied for by F. J..Ool.t'mith":  thence wett 40 ckatiu; tbence north 160 chain*7:  thence ea������t40chains to Flab Creek: thence  following tbe meandering;! of Fish Creek 1C0  chains to poiat of commencement; containing  640 aciei, more or leu. 7 : '-'' :.-  I F.J. GOLDSMITH,  Tbom������on'������ Landing, October letb, IMI.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  SITUATE  I.S'.TIIE   KKYklSTO   E MINING  Ilivlnion ofxWost Kootenay District.  Whore Lor.aUd: On Kevstone Mountain,  Bis* Bend.near Downie Creek.  T-.KK NOTICK that I. Geo. 8. MeCarter  acting as agent for J D. Graham, Free Miner's  Ccrtliieate No. D. 3724 and for W. Il.VIekern,  Free Mlner'i Certificate No. 60821, Intend 00  dav Irom tbe ��������� date hereof to* applv to thc  Mining Recorder for Certificates of "Improvements for thc purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of thc above claims 1  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE tbat action  under Section 37, must be, commenced before  thc issuance of sneb Certificate of Improvements. .";.:,. ...  Dated this 10thdtj-of Febrnary, A.D. 1802.  Febl-2-tf. Ow, m. McOartor.  Notice. -  NOTICE IS HEKEBY--GIVEN'. that  30 days afler datel intend to apply to the  Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to cut and.,carry  away timber from the following, described  tract of land in-West Kooienay:  ���������',/  Commencing at a post marked "John A.  MeMahon's Soulli-Wcs't Corner/' .planted  at a. point 160 chains .southerly from the  south limit of the lands' of 'the Pittsburg  Syndicate situated nortii of Death'. Rapids;  thence cast' 40 chains; thence nortii 160  chains', lo thc south limit of thc lands ofthe  Pittsburg Syndicate; tlicnce west 40 chains,  to the cast bank of the Columbia River;  thence south along the cast* bank of said  river 160 chains to the point of commencement. " '   ���������'���������  JOHN'A. McMAHON.  Dated May 5II1, 190.Z.  J. Albert Stone;;-   Prop.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEltEHY GIVEN that  thirty days after datel intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Landsand Works foraspecial  license to cut'and carry away timber  fiom the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted on  the west bank of the Columbia River,  about one quarter of a mile below tbe  mouth of Seven Mile'Creek, about six  miles above Death Rapids and marked  "Maude Skene's South-East Corner  l'ost;" thence west 80 cliains; thence  north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains,  more or less to the west bank of the  Columbia River; thence following the  bank of -the. Columbia River to the  point of Commencement.  MAUDE SKENE. "  Dated this 5th day of May, 1002.  ,*-   *,���������>������������������ .'.'      ���������- *r  The Ongfnah.Mr^SqueefsTf  THE thoughtlessness ot^wrlters ln  caricaturing' people  __:6r J'__to-  tc'sque purposea���������ln th'elr..riovela  has been the cause of much an-  1         noyance and suffering to sensitive    persons. Both-. Dickens, " and  Thackeray sinned ' In this respect  through their perfectly evident portraiture of persons who could easily be  identified.'   -'" ,'',!"       . -*".'   * .  A'.writer ln the^'Llterary Era," after  citing; "the offences'of Thackeray,* "Disraeli and others,- brings up the notablo  case of *the schoolmaster ln "Nicholas  Nlcklcby," nnd says:  The grossest Injury which Dlcjtens  ever'lnlllcted on a fellow-toeing7 was his  too accurate portrait of an Innocont  man ln his Squeers.' . That Yorkshire  schoolmasters were, as a. rule,* cruel  and wicked enough, lt Is**true. But the  particular schoolmaster, who was , recognized and who recognized himself  as the original Saucers, seems to hav������  been an exception to the rule.  It will be remembered that Dlcken������  and his Illustrator traveled together to  the north of England for the purpose  of collecting material for "Nlckleby,"  and especially for the Dotheboys epl-  -sode. At Great Bridge they visited a  ���������boarding-school known -as Bowes Academy.J The master, William Shaw, received the strangers with some hauteur, and did noi as much as withdraw his eyes from the operation ef  pen-making during the Interview.  "Phiz" sketched him ln the act.  "Boz" desciibed the act. The personal  peculiarities of William Shaw were recognized ln Squeers. Shaw became a  butt of popular ridicule, lost his pupils,  and finally died of a broken heart. Yet  there Is abundant evidence to prove  that be was a really excellent ' and  kind-hearted man, who was made to  suffer for the misdeeds of his neighbors.  Engineers. Firemen. Machinists and  Electricians send for 40 page pamphlet  containing questions asked hy Ex  amining Board of Engineers to obtain  Engineers license. -., 'Address .Geo. -��������� Ai'  .Zeller. Publisher/.18* S." 4tb St./ St.  'Louis, Mo., U.S.A.  " -, Curiosities of Mica.  The mica   which   comes .from   the  mines is in blocks which istheoretically  short rhombic prisms, but practicably  are    scarcely    recognizable. as  such,  having' a. very   rough   and    uneven  contour.     They have a'very perfect  cleavage parallel to the base, and may. *  be split into laminae thinner than the  thinnest tissue paper, and these laminae form the familiar,' transparenUtovc  panesand lump chimneys. The exterior  portions of. these  blocks   are  opaque,  brittle and worthless, presumably from  the' penetration   of   water,   for   mica  soon decomposes when exposed to any  considerable weathering. A thick layer  of.platcs has therefore to be removed  from cither-face of =the���������block���������before���������  any mica of commercial size or value  is reached and the'  sheets  split  from  the remainder are   surrounded   by  a  wide margin of worthless material. '  ..But the   difficulties, and ,losses  of  mica  mining are far from being-all  enumerated.    Even when occurring in  blocks of commercial size,   it   is   rendered valueless, * or comparatively tn  by one or more of a series of defects,  which may be classed as color, specks,  ruling, ribbing and wedge formation.  It sometimes occurs literally pied with  black dots,  consisting   in   general   of -  black oxide   of   iron   or   garnet,   and  when even a few of these are present  its    commercial   value   is  destroyed,  because such mica when   used   a*   an  insulator    is     peculiarly    liable   " to  puncture, the specks forming practically    short    circuits    for . the   electric  current.  Some otherwise excellent mien is  found to be ruled or cut, as it were,  with a series of perfectly straight lines,  parallel to one side of the crystal, mo  lhat upon being split the mica immediately falls into stripe. Oragain, instead  of being striped or ruled, the mica ie  often deeply ribbed or corrugated  parallel' to the adjacent edges of th*  crystal so as to give the appearance nt  a letter A (or rather V) whence * it is  termed A mica." As the ribbed portion has to be cut away in the sheet,  such mica is unprofitable, unless th������  blocks are large. Wedge mica i> that  in .which the.block is thicker at on*  end than the-othei* the laminae taking  in the unevenness. Such blocks ar������  wholly worthless except as scrap.���������G.  "W. Colles in the Engineering Maja- WALL PAPERS  We have them in all  the hew designs for the  year. See our samples  if you are going* to  paper.  Cdnada Drug & Book Co  BORN.  Thimble���������At Kevelstoke, May 20ih.  to Mr and Mrs I'M Trimble, a  daughter.  NrcrcmiAir���������At. Revelstoke, May 20th,  to Mr and Mrs S Neeahiuii, jf  a son.  DIED.  Field���������At Revelstoke, on May 30th,  >' Xrr beloved sou of Mr and Mrs  ciias'M Field, aged I year 8 months  NOTES OF  NEWS  "NAMC ON  EVERY PIECE.'  jowKEys  Chocolates  We have lately imported <���������  the choicest varieties cf *<  the above   in   bulk,   and *<  *ieyi������p3**aj������<a***t*-**^^  When Spring Tints are Desired  and Economy c3 Advisable.  are selling at  ?5c.perm. I  Highest Award  at the World's Fair.  ������  ��������� Fresh butter at A. N. Smith'!-.  This  is the last day (May :31st)  for  renewing miners licenses.  ��������� rjiiiiiinei*   Coals,   all    styles.   C.    13.  Hume & Co.  Gold Commissioner Fraser returned  last night from a  visit to the Lardeau.  ���������Muralo,   Muralo, at   C.  B.  Hume &  Co's.  .'I. A. Leslie returned on Tuesday  afternoon from Canoe River.  -Ladies and  Gents Bicycle Glove* at  C, B. Hume & Co's.  .Mrs. fomlinson left Fiiday morning  for a few days visit to Rogers Pass.  ���������Brass and White  Enameled Curtain  Poles. C. B. Hume & Co.  Mrs. G. F. Risteen returned last  evening from an extended visit to St.  Paul, Minn.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A. N. Smitb's.  ���������CARPENTERS WANTED���������Apply  to J. Kernaghan.  Mrs. R. Samson and child left on  Saturday last on a, visit t������ friends at  Grand Forks.  Tbe regular monthly meeting of No.  2 fire brigade will be held Monday  evening in the lire hall.  The baseball match between Van-i .  couver and California was again won | J  by tha latter on   Wednesday the 28th.  Thtre will be a meeting of the  football club in No. 2 fire hall tonight  at S o'clock. A full attendance is  requested.  The usual services will be held at  St. Peter's Church Sunday at 11 a.m.  and 7.30 p.m..   Rev.   C.   A, Procunier  officiating.        c  II. V. Scott, Mrs. Scott and Mrs.  Smythe left on No. 2 yesterday  morning for England wliere lhey will  in future reside.  E. A. Bradley sent six men up on  Thursday to increase the staff on the  Daquesne Mining Company's property  ������n Smith Creek. |  J. A. Kirk, Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyor, formerly of Rossland  and Windermere, East Kootenay, has  decided to locate here.  Ex-mayor Goodeve of Rossland came  np from the south Thursday night en  route to the coast as representative  of the Kootenay Boards of Trade.  Mr. Harry Bews, of Milton Weit.  Out., is expected to an ive on today's  No. 1. He comes to take a. position  with his brother Mr. XX'. Bews,  druggist.  Queen Wilbelmina of Holland is  now able to leave her bed for a short  time each day. The Queen contemplates a" visit to Germany for ber  health very shortly.  R.  A.   Upper has challenged the Old  Country  cricketers   to  play  a in.itch  on   the   gun   club   grounds one week  from today.    Mr. Upper's team will be  ___, composed of Canadians. ._._���������  Red Cross  -Drugstore ������|  ��������� A first class cook wants a situation  at once, apply to Box 32, Revelstoke.  Tomorrow being the festival of  Corpus Christi there will lie special  services in the Catholic Church at  lO'.'W a. m. and 7:30 p. m.  An ice cream and lawn sociable will  be held on the grounds of Mr. John  McLeod next Thursday afternoon and  evening by the Ladies Aid of St.  Andrew's church.' Come and see the  Pianola in operation.'  The capstan for the S. S Revelstoke  will be in tonight. The Kevelstoke  will be taken to Nakusp wliere the  capstan will be placed in position.  The steamer will return in a few days  and commence her run to La Porte.  Notice.  Impounded 1 red and white, steer,  two years old more or less; owner is  hereby notified to prove property, pay  charges and take it away.  W. Fleming,  Poundkeeper  for   thc City of   Revel-  Perfect Goods  at fair Cost  We can always give you an even  exchange���������  VALUE FOR CASH.  Dress Goods  Everything the   Ladies require in Dress Goods  and the well known " Empress Shoe," with wide  and narrow toe.  King's Union Made  Boots for Men  You can't beat them and you can't wear them out  before you have had your money's worth.  -.T|...���������.......    ...1������L���������  GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS  COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL.  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To  7imimiimtiittuumiiLmtitiiiitiZ  stoke.  A. K.RK.  Domini n and Provincial I.aml Surveyor.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  CLEARANCE SALE!!  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  at cost in order tn make room for  another large enrol* Furniture, which  will be here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrange to supply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE    CO'Y  X I3I^-"V"E IT I.  CELEBRATION  CORONATION  SPORTS AT  REVELSTOKE  T������!ys June 26-27  BASEBALL,  FOOTBALL,  CRICKET,  LACROSSE  and other matches  Tlie largest, stock of the latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS,. RINGS, - SILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My ninny years' experience enables me to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  cr. C3-TJY :b.a-:e"l:b:e:R/.  - .-. -   *   WATCH REPAIRING  A* SPECIALTY.  Shooting Competition,  Horse Racing, ..  Athletic Contests,  Dance and Entertainment.  GOD    SAVE    THE    KING  Dr. Ji*fid went through on No. 2  yesterday morning to attend the  Orange Grand Lodge of British North  America which convenes at Niigara  Falls on June 6th next.  The first train in ten days reiched  Edmonton on Tuesday from Calgary.  The tin up on the C. k E. was caused  by the recent severe rain'storm*  which washed out miles of track.  A young lad named Johnson, of  Arrowhead, had his foot badly  crushed in lh������ turn table in the C.P.R  was brought to  medical   treat  SIBBALD & FIELD,  .A-G-EUSTTS   JFOIR.  Real  n. P. R. TOWNSITE.   ���������'  MARA TOWNSITE.  GEKKAKD TOWNSITE.  -*������-    CAMBORNE TOWNSITE  t*t������t i titot IT     l Cannula Permanent & Western  FIN AN Ll AL- \.. ..9^-rfa��������� ������.?������5L"K.?0JrSr5!.,.0.55  C Kjti.llH.illi  .HUllo'llK-J   ^Ul|PumilU4l.  I Equitable Savings Loan aud Building Association  Insurance ii  COAL FOR SALE,  Imperial Fire.      Caledonian Fire.   Allan Flre.  Canadian Eire.   Mercantile Fire.    Northern Ure.  j Guardian Fire.   Manchester Fire.   Great West Liie.  I Ocean, Accident and Guarantee.   Confederation Life  (.Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut J ire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCING.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Public*.  - REVELSTOKE. B. C.  CHAS. M. FIELD  -THE-  yimls yofterdav. He  lown last niglit for  incut.  Willis Armstrong, C. P. lt. engineee.  of Rogers Push, has leased Mrs. Booth'***  residence on Second Street, and will  luing his family here shortly. Mr.  Armstrong will run out of Kuvels-toUc  in ihe futtiie.  Mr. and Mrs. Walker, of Dominion  Citv, M.iti., who bava just ivtui n<*cl  from an extended visit to C.ilifnriiia  s-peiit this, week in lhe city the giics-l*.  of Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. Lyons, the latter  being a aist������r of Mr. Walkur.  Word reaches   Winnipeg   that  Mi.-s  Murray    and ��������� Miss    Younghusli.iiul,  Manitoba yonr.g ladies, who vnliintw*r-  : ed fur teaching service in South Africa>  became engaged on   tbo voyage iit'ross  the Atlantic, and   both   will ���������eturn lo  England to  become   brides after completing   a    year's   service   in    South  Africa.  Tapping's Opera House  .. "..  a\--_RXTRAORDINARY  ENGAGEMENT  FRIDAY,  JUNE   6th,  1902  ii  THE LAUGHING COMEDY  SENSATION  TOO RICH TO MARRY  ICE CREAM  Days are Here.  Why not call at  Bew's Drug Store  And Oo Away Back   And partake of llie   Kefrcchlnsr   DrlnWi.  which come (rom our Ho-ta fountain In  altnotft eniiliininu** streams.  We Use True Fruit Syrups  Of ileMi'Ionsflavori. Rl'O Crii-hed Fruit i  and hii.li olaiH l(*e Cream.    _r_D-In the rear of ilipsmreli ample ���������''coin-  iTwlation for tlio-e who wlili to net awhl.c nt  their drlnkn.  Only Ten Cents for High Class Material  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  DruRxIat and^'tatloncr.  Brown Blno!*:. TelenlioneU.  W. Mollison,  General Blacksmith  Wagon Maker,   Etc.  faler is     WAGONS. BUCCiES. PLOWS,  HARROWS, SEEDERS, ETC.  DOUGLAS STREET:        RCVelStOkC,   B. C.  Real Estate Bargains  Good Residence k'  Store Building.  Terms���������$200 cash;.  Balance   on  Easy  Terms.  8-Hoomed Residence, with all  modern improvements. A very desirable property. Terms can be arranged  with suitable party.  t  0   Roomed    House,  with bathroom, etc.,  good   cellar.    W ell  situated   for  a   C. P. R.   man.  Easy Terms.  Plastered ' House  with stone found*-'  tion. Good garden *  50x100 feet���������well located.   This  is a special bargain.  A* fine Residence  ���������7 large room*  and Bath Room,  $1050  Electric Lighting, garden 60x100  feet. A comfortable home,**  selling at a great sacrifice.     '���������_;���������*.  80 acre Farm, about  5 miles from Salmon *  Arm Station. Best  of soil, good timber for domestic1  uses and good roods. Terms to  tbe right party.     .   , .   -*''. ;���������'';  A Roaring. Rollicking, Screaming Comedy  WITH AN INTERESTING PLOT.  'XT3?-TC>--C>AiV:B}i  Prices���������BOc. and  7 Be  CIALTIES.  Scats on Sale at Canada Drug* &c Book Co.  A Number of Other Real Estate Bargains.  Call and Inepeot Our List.":  Revelsto e Smelt er Townsite  Fine Residential and Business Lpts in all parts ofthe  City on easy terms of payment. A limited number of Five-  Acre Garden Plots within five minutes'  walk from, the'  centre of City, are now ready for sale. Easy terms of payment.  a eUfflO    BBA-a    ">������������������������ Batata BrekAra.  bBnl"9|   DIIUOi   Financial and tnmurtuicm Agmntm.


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